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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1921)
FIUDAY, MAItCII tl. Iiml.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH EALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K J. MUlUtAW
Published dally oxcopt Sunday, by
Too Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Btroot.
SHE BELIEVES IT
Entered at the postoftlco at Kin
math Falls, Oro.. for transmission
through the malls as second-class
MKMI1ER OF Till: ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
entltlod to the use for republication
ot all news dlspatchos credited to It,
or not otherwlso credited In this
papor, and also tho local nown pub
FRIDAY, MAIlClt 11, 1081.
The Office Cat
POWiiA.VD WOMAN, OX VISIT TO
CHII.imil.V IN LOS AMiKLlX.
telus ok rkmarkaiii.i: i:x
im:iih:nci: tiihoiicii tiii: rsi:
reads a sign on 9th St. restaurant,
CieTCland. "Not with tho poor teeth
I hare, says Hardle Abel.
Ho, Hum Hazy
Whlto wo haro no Inclination
Toward a verbal altercation
With a gentleman In Philadelphia,
'Who declaros, all by bis lonely.
He brought prices down, wo only
Wish to say bo's pulling somothlng
rather raw .
Erery, day tor months wo'vo fashlon-
Caustic paragraphs impassioned,
And wo'vo panned tbo profiteer In
If the gentleman Is willing
To share credit tor the killing
We'll, bo 'glad to split It 50-50 with
When It Comoi to a Ural Shoudown
Tom Wattcrs says that most mo
torcycles are a wholo lot faster
than the fellows who ride 'em.
. . Dry nollads
I cannot sing tho old songs
I do not care for them.
Taey don't sound llko thoy used to
At 1 or 2 a. m.
A Letter to MUta Harding
Dear' Mr. Harding:
Now that you're duly In-aug-rated,
we wish to extond our sympathies
of the season.
Thanks for the moth-proof cabi
net. We congratulate you on leav
ing out tho Knotts and Knox.
-We're only gonna as)c one favor of
you. Wo want to be appointed am
bassador to Dorrls. Please send it to
ns at onco ot earlier by prepaid mall.
Yours for warmer beovcedees.
They say that the prlco of papor
Is still way up eo they'll probably go
back to making shoos out ot leathor
They'd Make Poor Hens
When a hen cackles it Is gonoral
ly a sign that sbo has laid an egg.
But lota' of men cackle without hav
ing accomplished anything. ,
Klamath Falls physician claims to
have restored two patients to san
ity by pulling their teeth. When
they see the bill they will go crazy
Nobody Itnowe why thoy call it a
dumb waiter. There Is mora talk
up and down a dumbwaiter than
tbero Is in a political convention.
Porter (To lady alighting from
ear:) "Shall I brush you off, lady?"
Lady: 'No thanks, I'll just get off the
WEW OIL COMPANY IS
' PREPARING TO START
The Northern California Oil com
pany, capitalized for 1100,000, has
applied for articles of incorporation
to the ttato corporation commission
er. Tfc? laeprpqrators are R. O.
Oroeibee'k, O. D, Burke, W. E. Leh
man and E. D, Johnson.
Advertising pays. Try it and see.
''It means a lot to say a medicine
saved n person's life but I (irmly
bollovo Tnnlae saved mlno," de
clared Mrs. Louisa Smiley, 210 North
Orand Ave, Los Angeles, Cat., Mrs.
Smllcy's homo Is In Portland, Ore
gon, but she Is spending tho winter
In Los Angeles with her children,
who llvo at the aboro nil dross.
"It Just seems wonderful that 1
am enjoying snch splendid health
again after I had suffered for 17
years. It was In 1900 that I first
began to havo bad attacks of Ind'gcv
tlon nnd In 1902 I had such a sovoro
spell that llttlo hopo was held out
for my recovery.
"Each year I gradually grow worse
and all tho tlmo I just lived In dread
of one of tho'o spells My nerves
broko down and often I caught my
solt all In a tremble. Ot courso I
had llttlo or no appetite and I was
almost atrald to eat. Sometimes my
wholo body nehed, and I Just felt so
discouraged and worried all tho
tlmo I didn't think I could llvo much
"About thrco years ago Tnnlae
camo to Portland and I began taking
It and tho very 'first few doses scorn
ed to bring relief. In all 1 took five
bottles and after that I felt perfect
ly well, was not a bit nervous and
could cat Just whatever I wanted.
Since then I havo enjoyed splendid
health and hnven't had a slnglo nt
tack of Indigestion."
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath Falls
by Star Drug Co., In Lorclla by James
Merc. Co., and In Merrill by South
ern Oregon Drug Co., at Modoc Point,
E. A. Sutton & Son, at Dairy, W. E.
Sedgo. Adr "
Pi mmmm" lmmm
I "in P ' ...... - . ... , .... - . i
HBilKlffif Ho ' I
Dcsplto tho protest against clgarot smoking sent to Prrsldcnt-clect
Harding by Jllss Lucy Gaston, Chicago's anti-tobacco cruaador, tho clgarot
Booms to bo tho smoke of diplomacy novadns llero.nro three envoys to
Franco who uso 'em Left to right U S. Ambassador Wallace, Spanish
Ambassador Qulnoncs nnd Lord Derby ot England I
wero In tho city yestorday on busl-l Earl Ilamakor, of tho llnmaker-
ne8!i. Parker Milling1 company, of Swan
Mrs. John Llnfesty who has been l ' '" eUy for o""1 ,ln'"-
In Ashland for tho past week ns- looking over jumucr comimona mm
slsttng with tho singing at tho ro- " Interests ot tho company.
vlvnU which aro bolng conducted by Wim ""musson. who was
tho Rev. Dr. Bernard, has returned employed by tho La Voguo store. I
to her hemo In this city . "" i'r im i..u, ...... ... ....
. ., , ,. . Francisco and from thoro slio will
Mr anu .urn. u. tv. ujur wuu
.and my 1 'low
9 Ptpnd hot cup
of Coffee and
The Aspirin Situation
Don't Bo Deceived
by Axplrlu ndvnrtlsomonlu liolng rut)
by those who nook t discredit all
Aspirin Tablets except tlioso inudo
The Facts Aro
that wo rt'Ktilnrly handle largo
quantities of Aspirin V. I). Co. Tali
lets that o know nro I'uro nnd
tlonulno nuil full Htroiigth. Thoy
are rigidly tested by flrst-closa
chemists, nnd nro put out by a firm
of the very hlglmlil standing. Inn
United Drug rompiiny of Boston.
Wo. an ltexnll Druggist., aro their
...elusive imonlH In Klamath Falls.
Tho Aspirin patent expired In
I 1917, and any""" cn" xww mn,n
Aspirin nnd sell It under that nnmn.
Aspirin U. D. Co. Table' are put
1 up In pncknr.CN of 13'a St'a nl
100'h. Tho prlco In moderate, (or
thoro Is no profiteering In United
Drug company business methods.
I FIITII AND MAIN HTRKITTH
1 STAR DRUG CO.
opcrnto a largo ranch In tho Ma
lln country wore county Boat vlsl-
go to Yrokn, California where sho
'has accepted a position.
Noln Den), was n passenger on
tors yesterday trading, with tho Io- ,,., traln l0 Centni, ,,0,nli
eal morchants. ... . ...... .. .. ....
MitViU PIIU IUII IVIIIHIM ' Mil
Mr. and Mrs. John Colwell farm
ers of tho Merrill vnlley woro in tho
u. ,.-.uu, .... -u. o. th(( M()Joc lMmbot coni,uuy, ,voru
Wm. Bauta local carpenter who pnMC.nBera Cn this mornings train to
has been on his ranch near Dairy portnnd. and othor northern point
for several weeks returned to tho Wh0ro thoy will remain several days
city yesterday to remain for somo lending ' mnttora of business
7bke Homed Doftn
P A Atbortsou, iiulesiAan for Pol-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Ooldthwalto oflc ""X Lumlu-r company, loft thlu
morning for nil extended Jour of the
1 F. A. Whlto.-local representative
Bob Adorns, stockman nnd farm- of ,j10 sxvlft & company nnd Frank
or of Merrill, was a county soat vis- rjroutch o( Ashland wero passcn
Itor yesterday transacting business. Kcrg on this mornings train to San
Charlie Shuck, who oporntcs a Francisco, whoro thoy will remain
farm near Merrill was In tho city iovernl days In tho Interests ot tho
yesterday trading with tho local company.
morchants. J n. i;. i0ltz, local wholesaler, loft
A. It. Chandler, farmer of tho Dor- this morning for ChlUquIn, and Mo-
Dan Ryan, a prominent stockman
and (armor ot this county who has
been on an extended trip In tho.
northern part of. tho stato (or two
or thrco months Is a city arrival. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chants Mack,
(armers of the Mt. LakI district.
rls country, Is In tho city (or sov- doe Point, whoro ho will transact
oral days attending to business mnt- business (or tho day, returning tlila),ail -)Pn on business porlnlnlng to
east (or pnwral months
C. N. Wllklns, brithor o( Col.
Wllklns, who has been hero visiting
tho colonel (or several days, left
this morning (or Exeter, California.
Mr nnd Mrs Oeo Palmer of
Chllo'iuln. nrrlvcd last night (rom
Berkeley, California whoro (hoy
havo been (or tho past week visit
ing their duughtor, Vlolot, who Is
attending tho university.
Chin Lung, who operates several
largo tracts of farming, land In tho
Midland district, returned last even
ing (rom Snn Francisco, where ho
What Sick People and
Want in Home or Hos
pital : .
"Sa(o. Sane, Prompt, Proper Pro
(eislonal caro and results at mint
mum cost.. (Colloctlvo meaning.
Preventive Surgory) Surgical case
bolong In a Surgical hospital. Most
otbora can bo efficiently and mora
economically carod for at horn.
ABopatblo Medicine and BrscY
I 7th and Mitln HU.
Phone SHO-W. IUamath Full
tho Interest of his (arms
Lyle noddcld, who has been em- Mr. and Mrs Martin Stooschler
plcyed by B. P. Lewis, was a pas-'fnrmcra of tho Dairy country woro1 The high quality of success that
sengcr this morning to Portland, county scat visitors yestorday, shop-1 follows advertising In the classified
whoro ho will remain sovcral days ping and attending to business at- column of Tho Horald is duo to the
looking over business conditions (airs. Intelligence of Its readers.
A boy six yours of ugo was recent
ly shipped by rxpreM from Itnnger,
.,..- ,.. Ham. I Mr.it.iitl A till? lilt
irxun, m .tun., .... --.
t his r'oat born tho following Informa
tion; "Leonard AdcocK, uauger,
Texas, destination, Edwin llor)y,
(lot results by using cluss adi.
KEEP BAftV WARM T FOR RHDIMATISM M
SATURDAY, MARCH 12th :: LAST DAY OF
It - .
'A Special Discount of
20 Per Cent will be
Given on All Rubber Goods
HOT WATER BOTTLES
No. 2 Good Health Bottle, $2.00 fc J QQ
No. 25 "Wearever" $1.85 $l4g
No. 40 "Wearever," 2 qt.,..$2.75 $2.20
No. 40 Wearever, 3qt. ' $3.00 $2.40
"?flOs discount on all
applies to these
We handle only the high class
"Wearever" and " Faultless" 4ines.
Bottles and Syringes moulded in
one piece. No Seams to Leak.
No. 2. 'Keep Well' Syringe, $2.00 $1 gQ
No. 25 "Wearever" $1.50 $1 90
No. 24 "Wearever;" 2 qt. ..$2.75 $2 20
No. 24 "Wearever," 3 qt $3.00 $2 4Q
20) discount on all
I For Cramps
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
V I WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE tf
M purity I BUY THEIR DRUGS IaccupacvI
I For Cold Febt 1
-wty tftftfuBT a m
nimimmnfii nf Miw.