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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
KMDAY, ACaCST'laVlSaW, ,jU
DEAL TO S
Local Kkn illdn'1 think It wan po
mIIiIo, but from rr-conl developments
thny arn beginning to txltnvo Ilia big
hornn from tho valley arn fur wlmjr
than tlioy'wnni given cnkIII to bn.
Thny Room to bn placing morn rub
bar hoelod noKo hound In our mldsts
than tho local mahagnrn un cope
with. Thorn' Is Inalc horn wmo
placol Two or throe of thn locals,
figured thn loam would bo strengh
toned considerable If tlmy worn In
thn "lino up." Manager Walters
does not. earn particularly to mention
any names yot, but, It looka funny
that John Kndora would ba, enter
taining one of Aablanda' I'aat Kxaltwt
JtnJera Just at thin tlmo! A Mr. I).
1'erozzl nrrlvrd In town with n blarn
of trumpeti, announcing that he wni
on a friendly visit, thru on to Crater
Lake. Hut ho managed to visit uulte
a tot with Home of our boys- Ho wan
aeon talking confidently to "llrlck"
It la tain rumored nroiind thnt
Bwanaon and ItUuaakor found a vad
of money under their pillows Dili
Then ngaln back to thn training
table. Woven lusty nthlntnn rangud
about tho fnstlvo board, and only
olght of thorn loft uikUt thntr own
power. Johnstone, Coznd and Undo
wood had to bo taken homo In Jitneys.
It In goltiK to bn mighty hard to
fill those places.
Thn dark part of It If, Hint It la
practically Impossible to find out
what la being fed theso men. Nick
aaya 11 Junt tho usual "beans and
doughnuta" ho haa always prepnrnd
for such ocraMlons, but wo noticed
hn had hit tongue way ovvr In one
cheek after hn iiald It.
Anyhow Noel Intimate that he
now to arek advice and get help from
WaiUira la on hi way to Frisco
alwaya goo when hn lit In distress.
Mayor Rolph. That' where Tom
ha another enllrn team practicing
o porhapn Aahland will have spent
her money In vain.
The plot thlrkdUH. what will bn
IT IS TO BE I
The bait game horn Sunday be
tween thu Aahland and Klamath Ka.ll
team promjie to bit thu largest at
tendod gamo of the season, accord
Ing to Infomatlon given out by Mana
ger Walter of tho local Klk team.
Tickets worn placed on a! aro'ind
thn city Tuesday and ncarlr alt worn
old within tho first two ilayi which
give tho poraotors assurances that
Klamath Kails will bo able to go over
to Aahland for A return garni with
in the near futuro and glvo the
antlerod trlbu a demonatrutlou of
Around thn clar ton whero
aport la'dlacuaaod ut great length, u
majority, of' tho doprstors tlguro that
tho Klamath team will bn allghtly
ntrongor.on thn bnttery end than tho
Ashland'bunrh. All aoy though, that
deapltn tho Joshing! roal'bulllp'laylng
will bo dono by both tennis ns many
vf thn players In both tuains are
mombi'ra of olthnr town teams or
havn n Homr-profotislomil record lurk
ing In tbo'pjiat.
A record breaking crowd la expect
ed nt Modoc park nt 2:30 o'clock
Sunday uflornbon and tho Klamath
Fade band I (being solicited to-add
I hi musical powers to bring together
Aa a watorlng ptaco, tho len cooler
Woman's failuro to Intorout n man
often caused her'to hnto him.
If you bet f 13 on a raco and lone,
It's unlucky.' I
200 Farms for
Veteran in Sept,
WAHHINHTON, Aug., 12 Moro
than 200 farina on government re
claimed land on thn North I'lutlu Mid
Hhoahoiio Irrigation proJocU ;lll be
opened to wold war vntnruiin this
(all. Tho North I'luttn upenlng la
achaduled for September f, tho Hho
ahoiio opening for September 16,
H SI SI
NKVKK imnAMKll MJ:iICINK
X)t'M IX) AH MUCH, DKOliAIIKH
TIIIH l-OHTM.NI WOMAN'.
. "I'm willing to testify that Tanlac
doea all that la claimed for It," aald
Mn, Anna Htiullz, 01 r. Claybourao
Avo., Portland, Oregon.
"I think it'it nothing Jean than
wonderful thn way this medicine ha
build mn up. While I managed to.
keep on my feet most of thn tlmo, for
aAvoral yours I bad been In a badly
rundown condition. I Inst my ap
petite and thu little I ate seemed to
do mo moro hnrm than good. I waa
so nervoua I scarcely ever got any
restful aleep at night and In tho
morning foil so miserable that I could
hardly get up. Finally rboumatlim
got mo In Its clutches nnd woh es
pecially bad In my left shoulder and
arm and In my buck.
"I had taken only a few doses of
Tanlac when I begnn to hnvo n good
appetite, and It wnan't long boforn
my dlgcitlon was absolutely perfect.
My nervrs soon nuleteil down nnd I
slept all night lorn; without wnklng
once. In fact. I'm Jn porfoct health
now. I never dreamed that any medi
cine ever would help me na much
ns Tonlnr haa -Adv.
BID TIKE SUETS
Bays Ilacluclw I Sign Von
Item Hating too Much
When you awake up with bachacho
and dull misery In tho kidney reglou
It generally means you havo been
eating too much meat, sava a well
known authority. Meat forms uric
acid which ovorworka the kldnoya
In their effort to filter It from the
blood and they becomo sort of par-
alyzod and loggy. When your kidneys
get sluggish and clog you must
rellove them, llko you relievo your
bowols; removing all tho body's
urinous waato, also you havo back
ache, dliiy apolls; your stomach
sours, tongue la coated, and when
the weather Is bad you bavo rheuma
tic twinges. Tho urine Is cloudy,
full of sodlmont, cb'onnaU ofton got
ore, water scalds and you aro
obliged to seek relief two or threo
times during tho night.
Advertising brings rfleieney.
flcbool District No. 1 will receive
soaled bids up to Monday, Aug. IS,
at 3 o'clock, from contractors, for
tbo erection of tho 8blpplngton
School. All bids must be accompan
ied by either a certified check for
f. per cont of amount of bid or a
bidder's - bond for G per cont
of amount of bid. Addrosu bids to
Ida II. Momyor. clerk.
IDA D. MOMYBR,
IMS Clerk. Dlst. No. 1
MR. WRIGHT will call on you
with full details of our Stock
I A '
hi:ckivi:i nv hiutaix
LONDON,- Aug. 12. Do Valera'
roply to tho proposals of the Hrl
tlsh government for Irlah peaco act-,
tlement wna handod to Auatln Cham-bcrlaln,-
novcrnmcnt leader, ut noon
today. ' Tho tenor of tho proposals
was wltheld from publication until
tho cabinet considers them. 'Tho
text may not bo divulged for sev
ANOTIIEK HTORV HOUR AT
IJBJUItV- TOMORROW AT- 10
Another, ehlldrens'- story hour will
be held tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock In the city library. Children
will bn dlvldod according to grades
and Mr. D. M. Smith will enter-
COOLKST THEATRE IN TOWN
Vonaerlr the Moagale
1180 Mala St.
Tonight and Saturday
America's grcUt charstctcr actor
FRANK KEENAN IN
Snub Pollard Comedy
2 SHOWS 6:459 O'CLOCK
HI'ECIAL MATINFJ-: SATUHDAV,
3 O'CLOCK. ADMISSION CHUJ-
RK.V flc ADULTS 10c.
tnln tho oldor ones, while her
daughter, Mia Margaret, will amuse
thu younger ones.
Last Saturday mora than 60 chll
dren attended tbo story hour which
was in charge of Mrs. Estello Car
rier. Any ono ,ndult or child, wish
ing to attend tomorrow, will bo wel
Mako that Idle dollar wotk! Pat
It la tbo bank.
.Lake Barge Trip
- 'Round Trip $2
War Tax Included
13 a r go leaves Wickstrum's
Landing, Shipplsgton 8
1 o'clock Saturday night.
Iteturn Sunday night.
- - i"riii',riritAAAnj'u"Lnri.
Phone 549-W for reservations
ABOUT THIS TIME OF YEAR
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Prune Rib Rolled ...w.
Choice Round Steak 25c
Boneless Pot Rpast (Tender) 15c
Chuck Pot Roast ,....'. 17i
Choice Plate Boiling ,.3 lbs. for 25c
The Finest Veal Obtainable ..,.15c to 30c
Pork (Grain Fed) 25 to 35c
Lamb (Finest Milk Lambs) . . 15c to 25c
Choice Corned Beef (Boneless) ........ 15c
Pork Sausage (No Cereals AdsUd) .. 25c
Hamburger (None But Fresh Meat) .:
...2 ,forf 25c
Fancy Hens 36c
Fancy Fryers 40
"SURE WE DUIVER"l
Main at Third
Leave Union Taxi office 8 o'clock
Monday, Wednesday .and. Friday1 Mornings
Phone 424-J for reservations Large cars
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WjFj: erT Ice Cream Is doubly ap- ID. ,
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IHI bULIHUH UN i
IN ECZEWH SKIN! ;
WEATHER RECORD I
Hereaftor The Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
urea and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. 8. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will cover the
day previous to tho paper's Issue, up
to & o'clock 01 tne aay.
Aug. 1 .....
Aug. 3 .....
Aug. 4 ...
Aug. 5 .....
Aug 6 94
Aug. 7 96
Aug. 8 87
Aug. 9 88 '
Aug. 10 ........ 91
Aug. IX ......., 90 ,
Nature is tho mother and habit U
HtMU ClMtittld til H7 7li
Coat little and Ovea-coase TtobW
. Almost- Over Night -
Any breaking out of the skin, even
fiory, itching' eczema, can be- quickly
overcome by applying Mentho-Sul-1
phur, declares a noted skin special
ist. Because of Its germ destroying,
properties,-this sulphur preparation
instantly brings ease from skin Irri
tation, soothes and hoaU the ac-;
zema' right up and loaves the, skin
clear and, smooth.
It seldom falls, to relic-yotha, (or-j,
rpent without delap. Bufferers from
skin trouble should obtain a small
Jar of MeBtboglphur" from ' any
food. drunUt .Brt VM.U-.llkt, U -or'iin,