I ! i I ' i I k MONDAY JtJLr, if. lMIt THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON PAG VOUW CLASSIFIEDAWEmSEMENTS AMMMMMMMWWW ,AsVV n K Olde Home Towne irvuSSm PPO BfflgJ WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Teacher for child of 10 v years of ago ono capable of teaching music. Wrlto Mrs. R, Dalton, 8teelo Swamp, Cat. h. 0-1 G Paints, oils and vnjnlsu. W. K. nnd Ji B. t'attorson, 137 4th Bt. Phono 196-W, or lies. G31-R. 23-J23 Men's Duxbnk and Kamplt outing wear at K K K Storo. 3tt FOR BALE 4-roora plastered houso with bath. Torms. Inquire 1228 Oregon avo. ' 9-15 FOR RENT Furnished apartments and sleeping rooms reasonable 133 North Tenth st. , 9-12 FOR SALE Must sacrifice two lots close In, on pavement: aowor con- 'sections on lots; paTement all paid. One la a corner lot. Price 1460 and S0. Owner 140S Oregon are., or phone 42-W, 9-12 Do your foot trouWo you? Foot specialist at your sonrlco at K K K storo. Freo examination and advlco. 3tf (WWf B. It. OAUPENTBR, pouorhanglng and painting. Prions roasonnblo. Phono 270-W. J2"2-25 FOR BALE For touring 1918, 4 apocd trans., llhsslor shocks, now seat covers, water circulator, Ray field carbuorntor. Cheap for cash. See nt Dodge Garage, or Inquire nt Blue Dlrd. lltt FOR BALE Furniture, whole or In part; cheap for quick sale; leaving, 1425 Crescent ave., upstairs. 9-12 FOR RENT Two-room furnished ' apartment and one sleeping. E27 Klamath ave., phone 4S1. 9-11 Ladles Outing Wear In Khaki Wool Serge. Corduroy and Kamplt Cloth at K K.K Store. Stt FOR RENT Partly furnished cabin. See Anna Hudglns, Freemoat and Delore sts., Hot Springs addition. II PROVED TO BE THEVERYTHIN6 PORTLAND MAN SATS TANLAO Dm HLM MORS GOOD THAN CHANGE OF CLIMATE. ii.ii.iii " ' ", - ' I I f THATS CMS I Q C.J1 R-.ll- J lMnrzoeRSj wjrK Jk rm w r u v ?"L .. j r-ii rx; s lMtsMstal ' Trn - DNnhV VAiilWV.w .. VI,. (Ok 'STSm 'YJC eJK' fr?- ' ma&tftS fir " ; K VUMCN TMC LCADNG SMOG MAHO Vsz-yC ' BflBm WAS MARRIED HC RECnrvup 4S$aR" l"SV?) ENOUGH OLD SM0S3 TO Kte S'""" Kf H)5 Rr.fVMR SHOP BUSY FOR A MONTH. iL4 Kopak Work LeayeYour Filttvs Before 9 OclocK-Your A.M Pictures am readf at 6 005 r "jff"V PSf POR SALE Paying millinery , busi ness; good established trade. Rea son for Jelling 111 health. , Bargain for cash. Margaret Callahan, 709 Main. 9-16 WANTED Position as cook In camp or hotel. Mrs. Ownbey, -Turner apartment, 811 Oak st. - -12 FOR RENT NIco airy sleeping rooms. 632 Oak st. Phone 20G-M or 366. 9-12 FOR SALE White Leghorn Pullets. 8 to 10 weeks old, II each; cock Tela to eat, alive or dressed. Last house on East Sixth st. Mrs: Frank Cox. 9-1 2 , FDtE ALARM SIGNALS FREE . Call at the Drummond Print Shop, 116 North Fourth, and get a card showing all fire alarm signals. Hann 4aoj Ik jaob SijkMiA atloi sjb. tw ktsl Bees.' They are FREE. 8.n-4,,'em f FOR SALE 3-room plastered houso. 1324 Pleasant Ave. 200 down aid 126.00 a month. 8-11 "For eight yean," said John Nel son, well-known carpontor residing at 874 Montana Ave., Portland, Ore gon, "I had all kinds of trouble with my stomach. I had to kcop myself on a light diet, and oven then I suffered terribly with Indi gestion. I used to eat. my dinner every day under a dread, for this Indigestion often got so bad I turned so weak I conld hardly keop on tho Job. In trying to find some thing to help me I even took a trip to California, but I kopt going from bad to worse and suffering more and more. j "At last some ot my friends put rao on to Tanlae and it proved to be just what my stomach needed My appetite is tino now, and I oat my dinner and thon go ahead work- , lag in the afternoon Just as wull as I (over could, for nothing I eat hurts me tho least hit. My wfaolo is stronger and better tr. every way and I feel full of pen end energy. Tanlae is simply splen did 'and I am glad to let others know about it." Adr. DORRIS WANTS GAME WITH liOCALS SUNDAY UOIUU8, July 11. Tho Dorrls baseball club Is endeavoring to ar rnngo a game with a Klamath Falls team for Sunday, July 17, at Dor rls. The local nine is entirely nn dated slnco the series of games dar ing tho July Fourth celebration. Manager Ethrldge Is willing to match his aggregation against any of tbo teams In this locality. FOR RENT Finely furnished apart Best. Laundry and everything applied. Telephone 73-M. 8-11 DRE8SMAKTNO First csass work guaranteed. Mrs. Jefferson, 2 Main St. . 8-36 TOR SALE White enamel dresser. Never used. Call at 324 N. 11th St. 8-11 FOR SALE Cheap, good income pro. perty paying 16 per ceju net. $2000 cash will handle thin, see J. T. WARD A CO, 834 Mate St. ' S-10 FREE My complete course and . personal instruction to the high school girl writing the best article on "The Advantages Gained From A Musical Education." Contest closing July 16th. F1U' School of Popular Music. ' 7-1 C FOR RENT 3-room furnished apartment. 39 High, St. 7tf LOST Five keys on ring. Lost Tues day. Return to Herald Office. Re ward, - f 7-13 FOR SALE 1917 model Ford truck $360. Inquire at 204 WlUltts Building. 7-1 1 WANTED Woman or girl for cook ing on ranch. Phone 42. fi-0 FURNISHED 2 -ROOM APARTments. Wpod, water, light 126.00. The Turner Apartments, 812' Oak St. 6-1Z' CITY flARBAGE Wb6n yoa want Carbace removed, call 10F-38. Seo that 6121 Blsp aerge Suit at KKK Store for $36. Written guar antee with every aalt for wear and service. - 3tf Advertising pays. Try It sad see. Keeping Children in School it Problem WASHINGTON, July 11. Every state now has a compulsory day school attendance law, according to Information recently furnished by tho U. S. Department of Labor through the children's bureau. Tho bureau has Just completed an analy sis oi oaucauon laws arroctlng child labor, tho results ot which are pub lished in a chart entltlod "State Compulsory School Standards Af fecting the Employment of Minors." in five state attendance is re quired until 18 years of age, In two of these In certain districts only; In 3 until 17; and In 32 until 1C. One state requires attendance until 1C, six others and the District until 14, and one state requires attendance until the age or 12 years, but ap plies this to Illiterate only Unfortunately, tho exemptions in tho majority of states aro so numer ous that they greatly limit tho ap plication ot the law. Tbo most com mon exemptions aro for omploymont, or upon -completion of a specified school grade. ;our states specifics). ly exempt for work In agricultural pursuits, 3 with no ago provision. The laws of 14 other .statos 'contain loosely wortlod provisions exempt ing a child at any ago, which might bo used to cover absenco for farm work as well as for many othor pur poses. Several states exempt a child whoso services are necessary for tho support of himself or others, with out any age or educational provision DORRIS PERSONALS DORRIS, Cal., July 11. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shelloy havo returned from a week's outing In tbo mount ainous vicinity north of Klsmath Falls where they spent thoir short vacation camping, fishing and roughing It gcnorally. Hurry Poltx. wholennlo tobacco and candy salesman from Klamath Falls, was In Dorrls and vicinity on business last week-end. E. A. Blockllncer. ownor of the Dorrls Lumber &. Box company, Is In town on a short business trip from his homo In Ssn Francisco. James O'Koofo Is trsnsferrlng his spring wool clip from a local warn- houso to Southern Pacific freight cars for shipment to Iloston. ' Fred Rogers Is temporarily In capacltatod for duty nt tho Asso ciated Lumber and Box company plant. Ho Ih confined to tho Dor rls hospital whoro ha Is treated tor rheumatism. " win. O. Hagelstcln and Chesley Stow drovo to Klamath Falls and Algoma via Merrill recently return ing lato In tho evening via Kcno. Word has been received by local friends of tbo arrival of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Little and family in Oakland. They drove to tho city from Dorrls starting last week. Hlthor prepare tho roclpo at homo or get from any drug store n bottlo of "Wyeth's Sngo nnd Sulphur Com pound," which Is merely tho old tlmo recipe tmpro oil by tbo addi tion of other Ingredients, Thou sands ot folks recommend this ready to-uso preparation, because It dark ens the hair boautlfully; besides, no ono can possibly toll, as It darkons so naturally and evonly. You molston a spongo or soft brush with It, draw ing this through tho hair, taking one small strand at a tlmo. By morning tho gray hnlr disappears: after an- othor application or two its natural color Is restored, and It bocomes thick, glossy and lustrous, and you appear yennt youngor- Adv. lnnerwo 'JW 'OSS V KLAMATH FALLS Maimy . OREGON Tn5?" WHERE PARTICULAR PCOrLC BUY THtm DRUGS MW " LET GEORGE DO ITl" Swiss Watch Repair Specialist GEO. METZ JEWELER - 622 Main St. . - - -- isg-- r-m bibbibbibh m" aVsBaV aS HsjHV '" ' liaHflH Tease lagging appetites with this tempting Baked Custard NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice Is hereby glvon that tho un dersigned administrator with the Will annexed ot tbo ostato ot Charles W. Hare, deceased, has riloit in ih County Court of the State of Oregon for Klamath county the final account ot bis administration of said estate and said Court has fixed July 18, 1921, at 3 o'clock P. M., as the tlmo and the Court room ot said Court as tho place for hearing of said final ac count and for the settlement thereof. R. C. GnOESBECK, Administrator of the Estate of Charles W. Hare, deceasod. Dated June 13. 1921. 13.20,27.4.11. CoTee .Srvd Dt'ofnd hot with pure crtwm A4 QnertprVe rrw rrwm CoTF Sv TofaHomeeDcpen Dottffwuh 30f Always smooth and velvety made with Carnation 2 eggs, beaten light, 3 tnblespoon fuls sugar, grated nutmeg, I cup of Carnation Milk diluted with I cup of water. Mix together and pour into buttered pan and grate nutmeg over the top. Set in n larger pan of boiling water, nnd bake in a moderate oven. Insert a clean knife blade, and when it comes out clean tho custnrd is done. Wntch it closely to avoid cooking too much. 3nd for Carnation Cook Book conlalainf 100 practical tMlod roclno. Carnation Milk Products Co., 622 Railway Eachango Bldf ., Portland. Htvauie Cam' lion Milk is f '' o WrA at oni nary milk, it givei cuitardi, pud' ding and all food a finer fla vor anil added tmoothneit. Uit Carnation in any recipe calling for J cup milk 1 cup Carnation ii luted with Yt euP xratcr. Alt (Irorrr Hell Carnation Milk from Ctintmtid Cotet" I have jutt received a carload of fine monu ments and markers, all new designs. Stop and look them over. G. D. GRIZZLE Klamath Falls Marble and Granite Works 1040 Main St ' sH; Vaw-f ' v u lir '-ltJUem lirjyeil ''ft'po- pssH 'BErBHBl -SBBBBBBbI SABE TEA KEEPS n n 1 OflBK When Mixed Willi Sulphur It Brings Hack Ills Beautiful Lustre At Onco Gray hair, however handsome, de notes advancing age. Wo all know the advantages of a youthful appoar- anco. Your hair Is your charm. It makes or mars tho face. When It fades, turns gray, and looks streak ed, Just a fow applications of Sago Tea and Sulphur enhances. Its ap pearance a hundredfold. Don't stay groyl Look young! THE HERALD Due to the fact that We have been mssmsmsmsmsmsmssmsMsmmsm unable to handle the detail work in- cident to renewal of subscriptions, One year by carrier, $5.00 the period during which the special f. i .1 . rate will continue has been extended One year by mail, in untU August 1st. During the month the county $4.00 f July tne Tate will be $5.00 a year - delivered, by carrier in the city oP' " "B by mail outside of the county; $4.00 ' ' a year by mail in the county. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS TOM GOES OUT FOR EXERCISE BY ALLMAN HHBf A MAN THAT WORKS IN itrT "H Lf OUT.0OOR EXERCISE IS WHAT .- ( j $ , WKKsJ BBBEr AN OFFICE OWES IT TO &- GET OtT IN THE OLD SUM5HIME AN OFFICE. MAN NEEDS J , ? sIbbIbibbbbsH IPPSV HIMfcElF' TO SET OUT AND BAKE FOR A WHILE I CJ fin AN0 UCTTS OF 1T I, , Jl 'f, X aaSBsaLsasiBi IBs ONCE IN A WHILE AND JA A FREE TONIC ! A GOOD TAN X t.J aJ" '?S "" ' QsaBBBai 0 '