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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1921)
PIIOMI.NKNT ltOCIIICHTr.lt CITI
7.IIS TUIIOI) TUN YKARH TO
OUT 111:111:1', HUT TANLAO IH
ONLY TIIINO THAT IIKI.I'IUI
()m of tlio Intent to testify regard
ing ttm powers of Tsnlac, tho cele
brated medicine which linn been ac
complishing such rumnrkablo results,
li Jiiiih'k J llennley, 102 Klmdort
Avenue, Rochester, Now York. Mr.
Iteaslny hoi been chief record koopor
for tliu dopartmrot of wnlor works,
otty of Itochciitor. for thirty yuan
and li a well-known anil highly re
spected rltlton. In referring to tlio
remarkable recovery of bin hnitth by
MA LIN, Miirch 17 The Junior and
senior classes Ssore nsked by the
principal to glrit nomo reasons why
the I'nlon high school should bo
maintained hern, and some of the rea
son they gave aro offered below.
'Krory one of the tudontH except
nno bun nttunded Jilnh sriool away
from homo and actually known what
II means- nnd what It Costs.
1 Vnuld encourngo settllni: In
tbn community, for tlio schools nro
rilwuys n matter lo concern now.
2 Would Increase Valuation of
property In thfl nnlghbnrhood.
. More peoplo would receive a
high school education. If a high
school wrru close nt hand,
4 Would furnish n cheaper way
'of getting n high school education.
f. -Knvlroument would probably
bo better horn than whero tlio stu
dent would go away to school.
0 Would loach better ymyn of
carrying on agriculture, thus mak
ing tlio country morn productive.
7 Would bring a hlghschool edu
cation within the roach of tlio chll
.dren of thn community.
, V Would nttract pupils from oth
er rommunltlcn through Km agricul
9 Would roduco tho cost of n
high school education. j
10- Would help put tills .8t.'0tlon
on the limp nn an agricultural and'
II Would Incronsn children's In-'
tercet In hlghor education,
12 Tho Smith-Hughes organl(a-
tlon can afford to glvo courses
which n district high school could
1!S Ilelwcen 40 nnd fiO ntudentn
will tin rondy for tho high school
H Tax money pnld to county In
tho past will bo spent horn instead
of going to Home other school,
l(i A high school education will
mnko ii young porson mora ambi
tious. Threshers employed In harvesting
tho wliont crop In Albortn' throw up
thulr Jobs bocnuso tboy v. oro 'not
given grapefruit or oriingoa for
N OR A
Insurance Against 4.
..... ....un .... ,. iw.iio,. 11, 1, will timteel von airalii3t (In 111- J.
nges by renHon of nny dumngo you inuy do to porsoni or proportj
by your nutomobllo or truck. Tho clmrgo is ho small that you
cunnot afford to bo without this form of protecHon.
Lawn and Garden Seed
D iu m
tlio iihi or Tiiiilnc, Mr, llonsnly mild:
' I linvn boon trying for ten years
to find relief from n case of dys
pepsin Nothing nvor helped inn to
amount lo nnytliliiK until t got Tnn
liu;. TIiIh Is miyliiK n great dual, for
I did ovorythlrg It seems that n mini
could do to f nd relief. Of con mo, t
was hardly mnr Hick enough to go to
lied iiiul wi.h most idwuyii aliln lo
keep gn'ng, but I JiiNi never full
right. At 1 1 in r-n during Uioho ten
)i'nrH, my stomach would become
Hour like vinegar. I would have no
unrnmft rtublo bloated up fooling af
ter outing that would lint for houm.
I suffered grout deal from nauxea
At time hty hoart would flutter and
pulpltntn and I would bocomo
alarmed over my condition My
nerves were on dgo all tlio time,
an I I hecnmi) Irrltnblo, nervous and
restless, I had no strength, or energy
t do anything. In fact I wasn't llko
liyself at all. Kvon n week or two
ngo It wan an effort for mo to K't
out of my chair and I fult bh stiff
nnil .clumsy an an 'old work horse.'
"It I really remarkable what Tan
lac ban accomplished In my case' It
hn rollevcd mo untlroly of Indlges-
tlon, I never liimi that distressing
fooling any in ore aftor eating, and I
fool perfectly fine In ovory way I
will alwnya feel grateful for what
thin wonderful modlclno hnn dnnn for
mo and I am only too Rind to glvo It
my heartiest endorsement."
Tnnlac U sold In Klamath Falls
by Star Ore Co., In Lorella by James
More, Co., and In Merrill by Boutn
ern Oregon Drug Co., at Modoc Point,
K. A. Sutton &. Son, at Dairy. W. K
VAWMAN lll.'LU KOIt (HUM)
It A. Yawman, shoo repair man,
wan held to examination by tho grand
Jury for ussault with a deadly weapon
upon Krnnk Frakes, carpeulor. fol
lowing bearing In the Justlco court
yesterday afternoon. Tho men quar
reled over a bill for slion repairing.
Tako advantage of my outsldo ser
vice I bnn a car and like to drive
It You need furnlturu and would
llko to buy It. Call 41-W and I will
send for yeu: also take you homo.
n:itKi.H rt'it.viTt'iti: hei'hi:
"TIm Kurnltlirr of Happy IIoiimV
What Sick People and
Want in Home or Hos
Safe, Sane, Prompt. Proper Pro
fessional caro and results at mini
mum cost.. (Collectlvo moaning,
Provontlro 8urgery) Surgical cases
belong In a Surgical hospital. Most
others can bo efficiently and mora
economically cared for at borne.
- DR. CRAVER
Allopathic Medicine and 8urgerjr
7th and Mntn BU.
Phono SMO-W. Klamath Falls
"OUCH! THAT OLD
Get out your bottle of Sloan'u
Liniment and knock tho pain
ERENT ready for that last
were you? Left you still, sore,
full nf rhfumatlc twlnccs?
You should have had a (rattle of
Sloan's Liniment handy that would
and soon cased up the muscles,
quieted the jumpy, painful, adected
part and broucht gratifying relief.
Helpful in attacks of lumbago, sciat
ica, external soreness, stiffness, strains,
oches, sprains. Get a bottle at your
druggist's. 35c, 70c, f 1.10.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
flV '"' is e1e .. mlmtliyfyjyJyfltyfKnjJynf
WANTKI Young lady for offlco
work. Must haru at leant high
MCbonl education, Address llox It. M.
K. Herald offlco. 16-10
HAHTKH 1IAIH IIOWH for chll-
dren. All colors, 7lic to 98c nt dor
roll HALI 1 1317 Chovfolot
touring, (lood rondltlon, now bat
tery, now paint. I'rlco very low.
KLAMATH I'ALLH AUTO CO
221 Main HI. 1010
KOI I HAI.i: Now 3 room bungalow
on largo lot Small amount cash,
balance ns rant, Ilobt. H Hunt, Col
onial Itoomn, 11th and Main St.
KOIl BALK A number of homen nnd
choice realdonca lotn In nearly all
sectlonn of tlio city Will ho pleased
to snow them to any one Interested.
Mm. Nata Otterholn. 901 9th, Cor.
Lincoln. I'hono G3G-M. 1C-18
CAItH KOIl IIIRK without drivers.
KLAMATH I'ALLH AUTO CO
221 Main Ht. 1G-10
KOIt BALK 11917 Ford touring,
good running order, a bargain, 1300.
KLAMATH FALI.H AUTO CO
231 Main HI. 10-19
KOIt AUTOMOIIIliK OWNK.IW
.Oregon llArnesn Co. Standard
Auto Tops. Namo has como to mean
Mora and morn automobllo own
jars nil over tho country aro making
nrrangemunin lor navinn meir lops
and cushions built now an dtho old
repaired at thn Oregon Harness Co.
and why not? Hero In a trade, namo
for over ten years In thin city, mal
. hns always been associated with tops
I of extrnordlnnrv dependability of ex
ceptional economy nnd of strong rug
ged honest construction. An Oregon
Harness Co. Top Is proud satisfied
comment of owners everywhere.
Oregon Hnrness Co, Tops Is a kind
scientifically denlgncd, built honestly
and ntnrcrely for this country's uso.
Thoro Is onn of our customers near
you. Talk to him. you will find him
unusually well informed nbout auto
mobllo tops and n man well worth
Wn hnvo an Interesting lino of
1921 Double Texture Pnntnsoto which
,wn will he glad to show you. (let
our pro war prlcn for nny kind of
work" or nny artlclo wn have In tho
storo. Wn nro saving dollars for our
customers Oregon Harness Co Sixth
St. near Main, Jacobs Ilulldlng. 1G
KOIl 8AI.K S-ronm houso nnd flvo
lots 3000, Clght hundred cash,
balnnco easy. Also fine home. G
room modern, closo In. S4200, half
cash. Parks Union Taxi Co. 10-17
FOIl BALK 1 1918 Ford touring.
A-l condition, good tires, new top,
new sent covers, new paint, largo
KliAMATII FAMM AUTO CO
J2t Main Ht. 16-19
Sen tho flower trimmed MlUle
Sailors for 17. GO vnluen up to $10.
At Gertrude's. 1G-17
WANTBD Hy woman and son posi
tion as cook and helper In camn
Inquire ltoom 10, No. 10 Main St.
FOR 8ALB 1 1918 Ford Speed
stor. Factory body, top and wind
shlold all In n-1 condition, and n dan
dy. KLAMATH FALLS AUTO CO
iX Main Ht. 1G-19
Now Franc!, veils and volllngs,
long or square for hat drapes, em
broidered In colors. Gortrudo's. G27
Main St. 10-17
FOR SALK 11918 Dodge road
ster. Kino condition, wlro wheels.
KliAMATII 1WLUS AUTO (X)
JSit Main St. 10-19
WANTKD Fnrmor to enro for 12
cows and ralso root crops nt Kla
math Agency, J7G per month. Houso,
necessary 'furniture, lights, fuol fur
nlshqd. Wrlto or call M. Y. Coopor,
ItKUl) AUTO SUPl'LV CO.,
11th Ht., nenr Main, l'liono S08-J
Now lino of Ooorgotto and Cropo-do-C'hlno
blouses loco trimmed and
embroidered, IG.GO. Uortrude's, 027
Main St. 10rl7
l'HONK fl30.lt, block wood or haul
ing of uny kind, II. II. McLnno.
FOR SAI.B trlctly puro blood O.
A. C. strain I tarred Hock eggs for
halchlnR 1'bonn 339-11 or I. O. Ilox
1014 II. II. McLnno. 1C-22
VOTK'i: TO OONTItACTOItH
Tho contractors of this city will
meet In tho Odd Fellows Hall Thurs
day evening, March 17th at 8 o'clock
for thn purposo of completing tho
organization, that will bo known as
Till: KLAMATH IICILDINK CON
TltACTOIlH ASSOCIATION, and
adopting a constitution nnd by-laws
to govern snmo.
All contrnctors nnd masters of any
branch of tho building business aro
asked to attend this meeting.
W. B. M'AHOY
WANTKI To buy 3 whlto Uock
hens. I'lcaso stnto price Wrlto Itay
Krouer, P. O. Ilox 47, Ilonanza, Oro.
KOIt HAI.K Two Kord chassis, Just
tho thing for a bug. Prices $100
and 12G0. Call at 933 Washington
KOIl KAl.i: Cook stovo and rango.
1172 Crescent Ave. 1G-17
WOULD IIUY for cash, flvo ncres of
land from owner within 1 Vi miles
of Klamath Falls. Ore. N. E. Wood
house, Merrill. 14-19
KOIl SALE Two Jersey cows, 2
calves. Ono mllo So. Gth St. Mid
land Iload. Sam King. 14-19
$400 cash and $2G per month. New
4 room houso, ono block from pavo-
ment, $1GG0. For salo by owner
Phono 2SSJ. 11-18
'twAte Mm right
before jgkr eyes I
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I II II II I --ltTTTt'M'"
K baling beans was L
m whol day's job In tho S
M Today you can have I
H DSL MONTB Deans on I
M a moment's notice B
1 H without any trouble I
H They're cooked, I
H ready to serve and I
they're delicious. I
Camo to my placo, ono black horso
brandod V I on right shoulder; 2
sorrel marcs branded 72 on left hip;
1 nbout 2 yonr-old bay colt, nabrand
visible. Owner please call Ilobt.
Cheynn, 10-F23 pr address Klamath
Falls, Merrill Ilouto. 15-17
DKBBHMAKINO First class work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, No.
2 Main St. 14-31
FOR BALE by owner; flvo room
modern houso on pavement with
gardon, garage, nlloy, tree, lawn
and collar. Must sell at sacrifice on
tnrms. Furnlnhod or unfurnished,
O. A. Herald. 14-17
LOST Diamond ring set In engraved
platinum setting. Liberal rewnrd
If returned to II, C Herald offlco.
WANTED Land on Unper lako for
cutting cord wood, logged off or
tlmbor. If. G. Herald offlco 14-19
FOR SAL15 New 3"-room plastered
houso, bulltln kitchen, writing
desk, book case, Ironing board, easy
terms, price $1100. Also ono 4 room
modern houso. Seo Stanley Mnrtln
owner 403 Michigan Ave. 14-17
WATCH FOR A SLIP in Klamath
Falls Creamery butter which if pre
sented at our office will be cashed
KLAMATH FALLS CREAMERY
CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION
most be made for the wearer Individually. I.ct me make your new
spring suit and enjoy wearing really distinctive clothing tailored 2
to fit you perfectly nnd to retain lu cxtro-smartncss during long;
CHAS. J. CIZEK, ".
Merchant Tailor '
REDUCED PRICES ON
This 16-Inch Dry Slab-wood Is absolutely your cheapest fuel.
Wo also handle Block and Limb-wood at market prices, but blocks
are vory scarco, and Limb-wood Is high In price. Phono us your"
orders for Slab.
O. Peyton & Co.
419 Main St.
sr-.- -S'J-T .tV
r, . '-c .-. lis . .'
L4RSD' v-v -BIV
PCD, GRAHAM CRACKERS .gjjMA
win p pioiini iiioa " BVtnnlSfl ;'.'. btbt
Pacific Coast Biscuit Co. gjs
'AT ',.,'. '.'.',
MARCH 17, 1031.
CITY OARDAQE Wnon yoa wait
garbage removed call 10F-23, '
FOR 8ALB Two dozen P. R. and
II. I. Tons, all laying. RobUGIayo,-
225. S. Gth St. ' 14-18
WANTBD Your watch pr clock to
repair. George L. 1Motx, Jowolor,
622 Main St. 9-23
Frost mny kill your wheat nnd
rot your pumpkins, or yon mny loso
your Job, but tho grocery bill will
kotp right on. Sava yourself this
worry dnd bo Indopcndont by buying
our Ilarron-Tnncrcd Whlto Leghorn
chicks nt 12.G0 per 100, and our 8
wneltk nlil nnllelJ for .Inl ilnllvnrv
Thev will lin
, .. .. ... ,........, a. -..., ..w...wa--
nt $12.00 per dozen
laying In Boptcmbor and stay on tho
Job nil wlntor, nnd you'll bo hnndlng
your grocer eggs at 7c each, and ho
will bo soon bo owing you Ordor
book Is filling fast, so order early.
Delivery nny tlmo nftsr April 20.
In Franco a bankrupt Is deprived
of all rights of citizenship, which
aro not restored to him until ho has
paid his debts In full.
rTtTTrVisVl'TrTrV HT't Mt
At the Club
and in the
You'll find Snow FUkes
served with broths, soups,
oysters, salads and cheete.
Everyone likes to nibble
these cri$p, tasty soda wa
fers. Sold by crocers in red"
ptckages and tamlly tins.
Don't ask" tor ctackets
124 So. Sixth St.