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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1921)
M"'" '""" .!.. ,i,M,
will HALIJ- Monarch rallRn, with
y" rV. .',1. ...l rnHnrvnlr Mr.
Monarch ranjCM, with
wii'r n'" ""' ,, ,
,l, c Ulrlch, 3fi CurtKtir. ur
volt HAMS -A fe" ntllos Ben Dirk.
h and lOmiuiUi Ave. 12-H
YoUliK lady ii,i",n pommm ni
rim i.r Uri chirk Address (' M
wilt HUNT -Two room apartim-iil,
Ml No MhlH. Phono IIJJ I
6 13 I3
imiii uAt.K Hull rnjiim mnl Imkh,
com! mnl cheap. " 'Mrk, till r.n.1
KUroMh Ave '-!
.ZZTT, , i . .
I'l'llUl' HAL--Houshold Roods,
bum. hann nd Kurden tools
,m H.iunlny. May 13. at I o'clock
Xrt W H. Johnson, Hunansa 12-13
piano tuning. l pre-war prtrs It
Modioli lcl nU'f "ninth" of Hhr
man 'ly Co pianos 11m fumim.
Duo Art Hlnlnwny, Weber wt.-rk ,
Wnoidix-k Hlroiid and Aeolnni 1'iun
oU Playnm A II 'lia, KrtkniiT
KarUtmiOi Katny, j;nnniu and,
olbT piano llnilqiinnir l lUain
atb Tall Mu.lo llouac, 122 Huth Ht
J-OII HUNT Itoom with lard. in
vr'val" family, for four KirtlrnMi
Hot walnr and phone. Clow In. 306
llnnHt Hiono 35. 12-IM
Vo lie oiipt". man miwrlnrtMl In
vixxU fi Kood rook, or a wall
v and l.flpnr for Ium1ir oimimiiy.
Can Kl rrfxrwlirr . Cmi Hllir
UJ llluff. Calif i: 1C
ftlll HKST- Nlrry iurninhi r m
llib.ttli, 612 N. &th Ht 12 13
utfkm-iilnK and I''iik roo.na
for frni n lh HI Phouo 2S2W
l-Olt hI K A I .lorn paying bi..,nn,n lu, ,,,,. Arrai, ,, ,
nriv Will IIHlll- Ol-fT I'ltH, Ulll HUH
I 2-1 i
HN f TIIIM hSAP
A K-M-d all riHiiu bouan at Klil.
emr lK '"riiiir lot. Prlrn 11600.
t lul 126 no muntb Tun
ho-iar mil rinl fur 30 pnr month
Till! HVAN IIKAI.TV CO.
IJ I) 612 N 9th HL
t'MSAS I P HAI.K- on all RiMid.
U'tmi: Haturday at 10 00 A. M
Hlrk I Co , Clh and Klamath Av-
nlt HAI.K CIIKAP udbakir
trurk Andy Hlilpplnciott Pixil
(Vrjxix and ruxa c I mm ml to your
Utnrtlon Win. I.inh, honu I BOW
Will HAI.i: CIIJ'AP N,iton atnilm'
Iniulrn UUy (larmll. (Vntral bo
IH II -II
Ounpra two nw (-ton truck wnnt
lnml-r haullnit contract Wlri or .
wrttnl) K MpwI, llrny. Calif U-13
Hhi.tr Daiiy planta nt Mun'hr"a
C1 Hloni 1117
iuh'i: at ii.wi.r.Y
Rat May ovi'IiIiik, Mny 14. nt th
old rb.iiniii factory noutli of tln llun
I"iim. on thu Mrrrlll rond Oii
t Ihn rood old aoclal Union promt
rl I -ml ion urn rutim-Mfd to lirliiR
upl-'r bankxta 11-13
NK u; Dry Hmb and biMy
w.iod rut lu llllu lin nt hi or mi)
"niCli , ..I) ,(.r rord. ut Pine tlroin
' Ur tlobln. 1313 Mnln Plioim
JiJM 11 17
'm SAI.i: Clli:APriifurnlahiM 6
room Iiuumi ami IjirRK KnrnKo (liir
"Re could Ih flnlnhd up to mnko 3-
iwrtnujiita I'rlco much Ima thnn1
J"t Hen l)r iluiilo. 1313 Muln HI
boim 2(,3M 11-171
Hmnll iiuioiint of iiintioy for lonna!
nl llroiiutH Will l.ur llnnk Mock I
,lro. II Clminlairlln, C22 Muln Ht
. II 13
TOI'rt 1-1)11 HA!... -:"ar ,..aaaonRor
can Konl. Mat-nil. llnlck and
Chfir-li-t with ordinary barka and
lot1 It 7 ' li i-acli. for 6 puatunRtT
mn DihIrii Hulck. Hro. HtiidnlMkur I
with iirdiuury barka and lopM, 26 ,
Th-J irt.ij utatid ii li 111 Muy 21 '
Ti-mn utriiMly rnali HhAAln Auto
Topto :;k h illli 81 Pliom. lit'.J
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
J ii 1 1 v (1 Is
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'lni (iH. bllnil in
ivn (tie ilolvn.
hit ttho iu a
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hu U ,,, ,
Ww"" ' -rLri
WAMI.H Hop. , , ,)uMllro (. j
'''". "'iiiili.Mu.tar wilmn
KOH HALE MII4Allt m.A .
, M.riiii.l 1...1..1 i... i ; 'w'1 "'
... . ""."''""" lumber for 1 1 611.00
i iiiiiiu iti ,. ..
K7. H,5T ,arm"'' ""'n. house"
i'llllllli 26J, ii
I Foil IIAI.i: (I.m, mr, cott (77
' :'i. I'-mi Vnllny. Oni U-is
inn) hii mailing r.r.tn- heavy shoe..!
i.i ......-,. 1. Ill IIS I1IIIMI III 10-14
IHKIMH PoIThunt All r.i.nw nr..
llrlit. rliKin, pluiuiant outside
room,.. r,o ri-iit mm ,, i, Hom
Iiir lions... 920 Klnmnth Avi. loiG
-u HA,,: (, TAI. , "
Kurd touring cur, 1676 00, I 1920
n"ln i4, m 00- 'l,'", r"i iir In
first cIum, r ixidltlon arid ran ,n noli)
for oti.t-thlrd down nnd Dm balance
In 12 monthly ony-mmm Will mk
iu.mI Kord In on All.-n Kwauna M(
" ''. 123 Ho Kourth Ht 10-11
y," Rlv special attention to mail
order slum repairing Try ua mid
" Uradln)' ana Hhoe Co 0H
'" Hr..iT fl room moili'rn hour
l0Jl Waaliiiuiim Bt 10 H
VounK lady witli tractilnr riiMiri.
nm wUlnw ignition aa bookknuinir
l"r rirrirai ixmiiion in oiric or alofo.
i A. ' . IN-rald offlro 10-H
alun fi.r tlin prim U what wo
' K"" "'' w,ln you buy hi- at our
lor Hraiiloy-Kran, Hlii Co
I ., -
' "unK ""I ,l",rcurrl Imokknnp
"r ''""' a wt iif booka to k-.-p n
boiira rrh ilny Addn-ng II II
Hair. I I by linrltlr your allow
mpalrn! Ilrailly Ciana BIhmi Co
llppillillc apmd trurk. IMS modrl.
nrw Hoyal rord llff" i-ciul llnpiib
liooi tnryif ttr to ulini.n for
UCAIt.WTIII'll ,CTl iiik;i.sh
I 191 It IlrnUo
A I condition.
1 1920 Hprclal
1 191X Hulck
tmw car, cuarantf-Ml
V'our now cord Urea.
1 1920 llnlck
A rr-al bargain
Hun only 1600 tnllca
iiricK hAi.Ks smvitn: co.
Till ami Klanutlli Airnuo
DriHiamakini;- llmt rlnia work
Kuaraad'iil. Jim Joffpnion. 2 Main
Btrwt. 9 14
KOIt IIIHK- Van without drlvcra
Klamath Knit. Auto Co . 22 4 Main
KOH 8AM Hy owner, r.-room. mod
ern liuuan, rliwMi In llox 1000. Ilcr
aid office. 9-1 f
I'm'il I'tnnoa. ro-inoiiabli- prirea anil
lowit of UTtnii. Unrl Hluphcrd Co.
KOH HAI.i: -Kord tourlns New top.
new iiplinlatorlnii. new paint, and
motor oirrhnuti'd Klamath KalU
Auto Co, 224 Main 23lf
Kami Htandarl I'lionoKrapha, lib
oral ri'durtlimn. lownr term Karl
Hhopliord Co 607 Mdlu HI 12tf
4"1TV (JAHIHtJI When joii until
KarlmKi remoiol. mil 101 "II.
A profeMor of tin Kntwralty of
Wlacntmln deMCrlbra aelenluin oxy
rhlorlde. n Ibiuld nbtalni'd from elec
troh'ln copper ri'fliiltiR. "k n nolvont
rof rubber, etiumi'la. glues. h)dronir
boiia and many oilier aiibaliincoa
which hme hllherlo been ri'Kurdpd
u h renlaliinl io nil chenilcul nohenta
i llcrnlil classified nda pay you.
WHAT ARUVOU DOING
UPP YOU GET BACK
TO DEO ! DAOPV HAS
THE EVENING HERALD.
- ' '
HIONH OF HPJIIKO
WEATHER RECORD I
lliinmflir Tlio Herald will pabllab
tlio mean and minimum tcinpnrn
lurca and proclpltaiion rocoril n tak
en by tlin U H Jtuclumntlon aurylce
tatlnn Publication will covor the
day prnrloua to tlio pnpcr'i Imue, up
io i ociock or thu dny.
Mny 7 ..
May 11 76
Miiy 12 HI
Qu-atlonnalrH int out to CcotkIh
fanni-rn by banka n-rcalt-d that tbn
InrmiTR ar li'-JIni; llfty-f-n ikt rent
of laat yi-ar a cottmi crop for higher
prlriii and lhat lhi-y Inl'-nd to rwlui'o
airi-aK- forty pi-r r'nt Uila yi-ar
I COULD NOT
HOLD HIS JOB
PORTI.WII MAN', lOHCI.II TO num. payablo seml-nnnually; prlncl
ill." II' MNV PiacEH III:, pal and lnten-st payablo at tho Ore-
(Ui'si; o k u ii i: r m a t i s m ,
TAKES n.VHC AM) IS XOW
WELL AM STROM'.
"I had to gle up sevenil different
positions on account pf rheumatism,
but slncn taking TanUc 1 never haw
on arh ur pain In my body and am
working hard every day," Mid E J
Hurnett, 4914 Kortjvflflh uvonue.
"For ten years now rheumatism
.ml stomach trouble bad lui-n pull
ing me down nnd 1 bad gotvn to
where I didn't expect to seo another
well dny My mck hur mo m bnd
that sometimes 1 couldn't turn my
head without moving my whole body,
and I had severe pains all through
my ithoulders. Tho muscle In my legs
hurt no had I oi often unablo to
walk, nnd I have had to glie up hot
ernl good Jc-b Just on this account.
Often I couldn't get up or down and
was In such pain I couldn't even turn
oier In Intl. I loat my appetite and
my stomach got no h.ully out of order
that the little I did forro down disa
greed with mo. Nothing did mo any
good other than u little temporary
relief, and I tvalUed lhat It wouldn't
brt. long beforo. I Mould hnvn to glvo
One day a railroad man from leiv
Istnn, Idaho, advised me to try Tan
lac nnd I lmie thnnked him many n
tlmo since fcr pulling nhi on to such
a fine medicine Why. it went
straight after my troubles iinil I
don't bclleAo there In u trace of rheu
matism loft In my body. I never feel
u nlKU of It nnd am at strong ns I
ever was I ran hnrdly get enough
to oat nnd everything ugn'ea with
mo perfectly. I am leeidng flno and
can do as big a day's work na I over
Oet results by using class ado.
r-nsini daw. what tSW h,0AD0W! . S!B I i'Mrniuma'1 W
Si1!'' ' - tISi'! i'T n uj iji! i dadps.1 jj
lUlii I its mime oaocKrv ' in' I well, let I B H il 1"t
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Whn thu Htone-PlatMlMRorH
trio camo to tho (Thftiitatiiin hero
darlnK tho vrook of May 2 29, local
mualc loroni will lm troatod to nn ox
ceptlonal porformanco, according to
tho ndvnnco nttlw-a Tlio Grand Junc
tion, Colorado, Nwa aaya of tho trio
"KJoctra Piatt, of tho Htono-Plott
IlrnRi-ra trio, Raro a porformniico that
acnt tho bluna trnvollni; Into tho un
known Mlaa Plntt la aomo itntprtnln
or all by hvractr and (rcquotitly tho
audleiico had to virtually hold Itr
dlditi In Qlhnr worda, ahn Ret rUli'
under your rllw If you had tho bluet
beforo you went thero, thoy took
win en and flow afterwards Sho Is a
...... J........4I........ n.l .l ..nui.
M.ui. IWIH.-MI.IIIII.J aim u. ai ill""
'Vernrn Btone made another
amnahlnR hit both wUh his banjo and
one-string fiddle mnda of a clRar box.
With the violin ho Is nn artist, and
ho also playM saxophone accompani
ments to Miss Platl'H vocal numbers
"Achlllo HraKcrn, thu third mom-
Ikt of this unusual company, created
ken Interest with a most beautiful'
piano acrordlon. Wo nre told that '
mi. i ih i,..i ,i fin.-. iM.m, ,
this la tho larRvst and finest Instni-1
menl of lu kind ever built Mr
IlraRern also snng Kronfti and HHrI-'
on songs, accompanying himself on
the accordion "
A classified ad In The Herald will Proposals to purchase mua bo nc
flnd what you have lot. comp.inled by certified check for five
! per cent of propowl, and bo uncondi
NOTIOK OK HO.VI) OKKIIItlNC?
Bnnled proosals will be received
by tho Common Council for tho pur
chaw, of an lasuo of $3,619.00 spe
cial Improvement bonds, authorized
by Ordinance No 649, for tho Im
provement of WarhlnRton street from
Klrst street to Kwauna boulcvnnl.
i. .,..!. . ...,,. .,ij .,1.
will he rerclved up to nnd Including'"?"' "'."" -"",',,'" ''",, "".V
the 23d day of May. A. D. 1921. at .'"e.Lp'?"l'l'0.c.ir!?1 L"" f ' I
.VL'l "."'..H.r .r." .ri,;.irii-::uti
.? i .,,.' . .?if! l.w.H'.'f ,'
;., i .. ,i i aii. i ik. I'non siret-i rum iniru street io ruin si
cnHi , il i.ei ,Z, InM finte I-'lfth trt't- Flfth from Jeffer-' son stri
ii Vim? V ,lP ..! 'i.'"'"' Mncoln street, and from' coin sir
Said bonds to bo dated as or April ,.,,.. .,,, , a..,i, .,, i i .,...
mt. toil . i i.....i in . .... r ilia street to Sixth street on I. in 'street,
loth. 1921. nnd Issued In the sum of , ,,(w. .... ,, I,
r".00 00 each, maturing In 10 years
I Irdnf nMttn ."aeTone1 Z '
coupon date on nnd after one year
from dato of Issue and bearing Inter-
est at the rate of six per cent per an ,
gon Fiscal Agency In New York City
Proposal to purchOKo must bo ac
companied by certified check for five :
per cent of proposal, and bo uncon-1
A L. LBAVITT. i
Pollco Judgo of the CRy of !
Klamath FnlU. Ore 7-181
The City Engineer pursuant to tho
Resolution of tho Common Council
horiCofore adopted, having under
dato of the 16th day of April. 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of tho coat of improving Elev
enth Strct-t from Main Street to
Klnmnth Avenue. Including Intersec
tions; and tho Common Council hav-'
Ing taken tho same under ndvlcmcnt
and finding said plans, specifications
and estimates satisfactory.
IT IB HEREBY RESOLVED. Thnt
snld plans, specifications and esti
mates for tho Improvement of Kiev
enth Street from Main Street to,
Klamath Avenue, Including Intersec
tions, bo nnd tho hamo are hervby
AND HE IT Fl'RTHER RESOLV
ED. That tho Common Council here
by declarer Its Intention to Improve
snld portions of Eleventh Street in'
nccordnnce with mid plans, specifi
cations nnd estimates; said Improve-
ment Io consist of paving said por-'
tlons of Eleventh Street with Asphal-
tic concrete, bltullthlc. wllllto or con
crete. The eMImntod cost of tho Im
provement of said portions of said I
street by placing thereon cither Alt
phaltlc Concrete. PJtullthlc. Wllllto
or Concrote to bo SC346 05. said cost,
Including grading, rolling, curbing'
nnd cement sidewalk
AND HE IT Fl'RTHER RESOLV-j
ED. Hy tho Common Council that tho,
following described property bo and'
Is hereby declared benefitted by said '
Improvement, to-wlt Lota C, 0, 7, 8,
9, 10. 11. 12 of Illock 2, Lots S, 7,
C, 6 and 4 of Illock 4. Lots 1. 2. 3. 4,t
5, of Hlock 3. nil In Cannl Addition!
to tho City of Klamath Falls. Oregon, j
nnd Lota 1. 2, 3. 9. 10. 11 of niock I
49 of Nichols Addition to tho City of
Klamnth Falls. Oregen: nnd that
said properly abovo listed and de
scribed ho nnd Is hereby declared to I
Danny Tries To Be Agreeable
-"----- ' , ' "" ' sTtss7s7s7s1s7nsrT?t,T,"l " I sssss-sa-iisaas Mlltt sWIsTsTsTsTsTs'Ts'sTsTsTTTT' I " ' "" ' ",l - vbw mrnm ,
bo BJiacsiwd for tho expenso of Bald
ANI) Iin IT FUHTHKH HBSOLV-
Kf), Thnt Monday tho 23d day of
Mny. 1921, at tho hour of 8 o'clock
P. M at tho Council Chambers of
tlin City Hall, ho fixed na tho tlmo
and plnco for tho hearlnic of objeo
tlona nnd remonstrances acalnst tho
said proposed Improvement nnd Uip
Pollco Jutlfto la horobr dlrerlod to
cauao notfen of a.ihl hnarln to be
published nn by Chnrtor provided.
HTATB OK OHROON. 1
County of Klamath. )ss.
City of Klamath Kails, )
I, A I.. Ixiavltt, Pollco JudRn of
the City of Klamath Kalis, Oregon,
do hereby certify that Iho foregolnR
Is n duly onrollnd copy of a resoltt
tlm adopted by tho Common Conn
ell on tho Ind sy of Mny, 1921
A I.. I.FAVITT.
M o JndRe
netici: or no:ii) okkkhino
. Healed t'-'ifviala will bo recclrod
by tho Common Cour.,,l fcr ho pur
rJiano of an Imiio of 131,910 29 ape-
el.lt ImnrnvnniMlf hnndi niiltinrlit
" . .. "" .-.. .'i.. -.
hy oromanco No 648, for tho Im
provoment of IflRh atrect from Hlxlh
"troet to KlRhth street, and Sixth
stroei rrom nnc to hirji street nnd
Bevonth atreot from Pine street to
Proposals to purehaxo said bonds
will be received up to nnd Including
tho 23d day of May, A U. 1921, nt
tho hour of 8 o'clock P, M.. and open
fwt nt. n rertilar meetlnp nt thn Conn.
iC to bo held upon sold date. Bald
bonds to bo da.vd as of April 10th
,921. nnd lued In tho sum of
IG00.00 each, maturlnR In 10 years
Ufm (atc of mw. optlonaI nt nny
coupon date on nnd ofter one year
from dato of Issue, and bearing Inter-
.r nt "n a or "".x fcr " WT. an.
num. payable semi-annually, princi
pal nnd Interetst, payable at tbo Ore
gon fiscal oRencr In New York City.
A. h. I.EAVITT.
Police Judgo of tho City or
Klamath Kalis. Ore. 7-18
The City EnRlneor pursuant to the
Resolution of the Common Council
ouriuuioru uuojucu, naving uuuer
r the 2nd day of April. 1921.
"ron street from Third street to
coin street, including Intersections,
and tho Common Council having la-
'' "" Uem-n"! and
.,,... nlnn. .rrifirminn. ,n.i
....in,-,.. ,atisfactorv '
I Hot Water Each Morning 1
I Puts Roses in Your Cheeks!
& WJsttKliML-MVt;j S
V lBBBkv ?? .(.EHBfioMbt -Sjk -vHlBP?i V-B1 o
To look one's lil and feet one's botlaltmcntarr tract, beforo putting more
,. , ,.i.t i . -
ii to enjoy an iniiac vain rucn inQrnui.iixxi into me iiomacu.
to fluh from the .vtcm the prcvloui
day's watte, tour f.-rmrntations ana pol
nonniis toxins before It Is absorbed into
the blood. Jutt as coal, wlirn it burnt,
leaves behind a certain amount of in
rombuttlblo material in tlio form of
ashes, so the food and drink taken each
day leaie in the alimentary organs a
rcrtain amount of indigr.tiblc material,
which if not eliminated, form toxin and
imifons which are then tucked into the
blood through the very duct which are
Intended to suck in only nourishment to
lustaln the body.
If you want to seo the glow of healthy
bloom In your chvckt, to seo your skin
pet clearer and clearer, you are told to
drink every morning upon arising, a
plan of hot water with a tcaipoonful
of llmestono phosphate in it, which is a
harmlcM mean of washing the woate
material and toxins from the stomach,
liter, kidneys and bowel, thu cleans
Ing. wectenlng and purifying the entire
FH1I AY, MAY 111, IDflt
IT IH IIKHKIIY IlKSOIiVKD, Thftt
nnlil plana, sped flctit Ions and wtl-
nwUoa for tho Improvonlcnt of th
nforewild utroota, Including Intonioo
tlona, bo and tho unmo nro horobr
AND HB IT FURTJmn RKSOIiV-
KI, Thnt tho Common Council hnro
by doclarcs its Intention to Improvo
"ft'il portlonn of Jofffiraon ntrcot.
Klfth s-treet and Lincoln stroot In
accordance with mid plans, npoclfl
catlons and cntlmntca; said Improve
ment to connlst of paving said por
tions of Jefferson street, Fifth street
nnd Lincoln street with Concrete,
Wllllte or Illtutlthlc Tho estimated
cost of tho Improvement of said por
tions of wild street, Including Inter
sections, by placing thoreon either
Concrete, Illttillthlc or Wllllto, or
other hard surface pavement to IwJ
$21170.16, snld cost Including grad
ing, rolling, curbing nnd enmont
AND HB IT KtJKTllBK HBBOLV
BD, by tho Common Conned thnt thn
following donciibed property bu nnd
Is hereby declarisl benefitted by said
Improvement, to-wlt. Lota 6, 4, 3, 2,
1, Illock 48, Lots C, 7, 8, 9, 10 lllock
41, Lot 6, 4, 3, 2, I Illock 47, Lota
C, 7. 8, 9, 10 Illock 42, LoU 6, 4 and
westerly half of Lot 3 In niock 48,
Ixt 5, 6, 4, 7, and tho westerly hnlf
of Lot 3 and 8 In Ulork 43, Iota 1
and 2 and the easterly half of Lot 3
In Illock 42, Lots I nnd 2 In Block
43, Ixits 1, 10. 2, 9 and eiuitorly bolt
of !.ots 3 and 8 In Illock 36, and Lots
6, 7. 8, 9, 10 In Illock 35: nil In First
Addition to tho City of Klamath'
Falls, Oregon; nnd Uint said property
above listed and described be and
hereby Is declared to b wnmsod for
the expense of said Imerovement.
AND HE IT FURTHER nBSOLV
ED, That Monday, tho Cth dny of
June. 1921, n.t tbo hour of 8 o'clock
P M.. nt the Council Chambers nt
the City Hall, bo fixed a (ho tlmo
and place for tho hearing of objec
tions and. remonstrances against tho
said propovd Improvement nnd tho
Pollco JuiIro Is horobr directed to
caus- notice of said "hearing to bo
published as by Charter provided.
BTATB OF ORKfJON, )
County of Klamath, )m.
City of Klamath Falls, )
I. A. L Ivltt. Police JudRo of
the City of Klamath Falh. Oregon,
do hereby certify thai the foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion adopted by the Common Council
on tho 9th day of May, 1921. dc
daring Us Intention to Improvn Jef
ferson street from Third street to
Fifth street, Fifth street from Jcffcr-
strcet to Lincoln street and Lin
reel from Filth ntreet to Sixth
Including Interactions, nnd
approving tho plans, npcclflcatlom
and estimates of costs submitted by
tt. City Engineer
A, L. LBAVITT.
... -.1 .1
Girl and women with sallow skins.
liver spots, pimples or pallid complex
Ion, alto thoHe who wake up with n
coated tonpue. had Lute, nasty breath.
other who aro bothered it 1th headaches.
liillom spoilt, acid stomach or conulpa
tion should begin thU phoiphatcd not
water drinking and nre an tired of very
Dronounced result in one or twu wctks.
A quarter pound of llmestono pho.
phato coits very little at the drug store
but Is tufllclrnt to demonstrate that iutt
as toap and hot water clean-ies, purlflea
ana m-siiens tun skin on the outilje, so
hot water and limettono nbotnhate act
on the Intlde orgaiin. We muat alwsys
consider that Internal sanitation is vast
ly more Important than outside cleanll
net, becau.o the kin pores do not ali
tor!) impurities Into the blood, whllo tho
bottel jiorc do.
Women who desire to enhance tho
beauty of tbeir complexion should Just)
try thi for a week and notice rctult.