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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1921)
SATURDAY, AUGUST JI7, 1M1
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FOIl SALE Piano. Bargain. Wrlto
Betty Qaddos, Eagle Ridge. 26-30
FOIl SALE Btcyclo, call 117 Kldo
rado Ave, J6-31
W1U aavo you 1-3 on lUl your trans
ferring. Wliy pay mono? Phono
FOR SALE Lots In Nob Hill Addi
tion to Klnmath Falls. "Will somo-
ono make offer for any of the follow
Hlockl, Lota 1 to 6 inclusive.
Block 3, LoU 1 and 3.
Dlock 7. Lota 3 nnd 4. .'
mock 11, IOte 7 to 1 Olncluslvo.
Dlock 20, Lots 3 and 4.
A. Walter Word, Box 1004, Hart-
ford, Conn.- 26-29
FOR SALE One Adrlanco binder In
good condition, worked ony two
weeks. Coroo an dace. Jack Cheo-
choT, T. O. Box 67.
FOR RENT 5 room modern house
on Orogon Ave. Inquire United
Cigar Store. 26-27
with 5 ton trucks,
HUCKLEJ1ERR1ES FOR SALE
Leave orders at Central Hotel.
FOR SALE Ono milch cow, coming
fresh In about two weeks. Apply
O'Connor Ranch, one ratio bel6wTbost
River bridge. 2B-27
FOR SALE Remington Typewriter,
New, Bargain. 16 Loomls Bldg.
FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring car.
Now rubber, first class mechanical
condition. Inquire Houston & Phelps.
FOR SALE 1918 Chevrolet Tour
ing car. good condition, 1300. Kla
math Falls Auto Co. 224 Main. 24-27
Advertising pays. Try it and tee.
I OREGON BREVITIES I
COTTAOE GROVE Jeaale Fergu
son, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Ferguson, came near being
drowned whllo wading across Mosby
creek on the Qulmby place? She step
ped Into a hole and had gone down
twice before rescued by Dorothy
Qulmby, also 14 years old, the only
one near at hand. Dorothy had to
dive to recover the girl.
PORTLAND The war on glaring
headlights reached huge proportions
when '93 motorists were arrested
Tuesday night. Quite a number of
recent accidents have been lnjd to
"bright lights." and the traffic bure
au Is. out to ollminate them, so they
will conform with the law.
PORTLAND On" complaint f
Archie F. Roth, chairman of the Ore
gon state board of aeronautics, a war
rant was Issued Tuesday for the ar
rest of Lieutenant V. U. Ayors, a local
aviator, charging him with operating
an aircraft without having obtained
a etato license. Roth states that
Ayers virtually had defied the board
to mako him secure a license, but
that tho arrest is no reflection on
Ayers' ability as a pilot of aircraft.
PORTLAND Babies In all tUrce
of Portland's baby homes havo deve
loped cases of diphtheria and the
Waverly Baby homo, the Albertlna
Kerr home and tho White Shield
home of the Salvation Army aro un
PORTLAND Confirmation of the
$7,000,000 timber deal, announced
last week and involving' tho transfer
of 27,000 acres in the Nebalem dis
trict, owned by the Oregon American
DOINGS OF THE
MY. I WISH I COULD
SWIM LIKE YOU CAN '
MRS. DUFI! DID
YOUR HUSBAND TEACH
YES, AND He? D
BE GLAD TO
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FOR SALE 250-8000 Savage. Now,
Bargain. 16 LoomU llldg. 20-11
WANTED Colored man want nvork
of ony kind, phono G58-J. Aik
for A. Maxwell. 23-J9
FOR SALE Ono 2-holo oloctrlo
pinto. A-l condition. Phono 360J.
WANTED Mlddlo-nged woman as
chambermaid by day. Klamath
rooms, 125 S. 6th St. 23-27
PAINTS, 6ns AND VARNISH
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phone 196-W. 127 N. 4th St.
LOST On Morrlll-Malln Highway
1A Special Enatmnn kodak. Ro-
ward. Standard Oil Co. 23-27
CITY OARUAOK When you want
gnrbngo removed, mil 10I.S3.
NURSERY STOCK For Fall deli
very order now. Tno s.iiom ur-
sery Co., offors a splendid lino of
trees, snruos nnu Tinrs iur irun,
shado and ornamental purposes.
Orders taken by W, s. siougn. Agt.
131 Washington St., Phono 464.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath and phono. 612 N.
9th St 23-27
FOR SALE Ford bug. bargain for
cash. Seo Melby, Winters Jowolry
FOR SALE 3 VI Mitchell wagon. In
good condition. Phono 19F16
FOR.SALE 1920 Dort. C passenger,
run four thousand miles, good con-
dltlonf cood paint. Klamath Falls
Auto Co. 224 Main. 24-27
FOR SALE: Fold ono ton truck.
good body and cab, four apeod
transmission. Klamath Falls Auto
Co. 224 Main St. 24-27
WANTED Clean cotton wiping rags.
paying 8c per pound. Klamath
Falls Auto Co., 224 Main St. 24-27
FOR SALE: Ford Speedster, good
condition, now paint, a bargain at
$225. Klamath Falls Auto Co.. 224
Lumber company, to tho Central Coko
& Coal company of Kansas City, was
announced by Charles T. Early, r
prosentlng tho local company's inter
ests. t """"
MEDFORD Pilot Andort and Ob
server Todd wero sovcroly shaken up,
though not seriously Inured when
forest patrol plane No. 8, Inbound
from Roseburg, crashed from a height
of about CO feot whllo landing at
An air pocket was the cause of the.
accident, according to local patrol of
ficials, who report tho plane badly
POBTLAND Seven drunks and
ono lost dog. This, in itself, isn't
a bad record for the Sunday day
police shift, but when tho dog
answers to tho somewhat novel
name of "Prohibition" nnd bis dis
appearance Js conlncident with lha
arrest of seven drunks, it mado a
Sunday record which tho veteran
desk soreeant thought was above
MEDFORD W. O. Jacks, ex-town
marshal of Eagle Point, Ore, and
prominent In nnti-llquor crusades
last spring, was arrested hero charg
ed with selling Intoxicating liquors,
and is now lodged in tho county Jail.
This Is the fifth arrest in a Tccent
antl-mooshlne clean-up carried on in
Jackson county by special state
agonts in tho past ten days.
SALEM Oregon's star was placed
upon tho Unitod States flag bilng
mado by all Oddfellow and Robokah
lodges of American capital cities with
special coremonics at the Salem Ro
bokah lodgo rooms. Tho flag has
now traveled through 2C states. It
was received In Salem from Olympla,
TOM, MEET MRS.6REV. SHL WOULD
tmii TO HAVE W TEACH WtR HOW
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TRAW NUMBER SIX WASTTN MINUTC3 W f J $
LATE TOWY. '" -v .r. s sis' I .1
Wash., and will bo sent from here
to the Reboknh lodge ut Boise. It
will Journey to 23 other state be
fore bolng complotcd.
EUOENE A can of giant powder,)
said to bo enough to destroy tho plant
was found In tho furnace of L. N. !
Miller's largo pruno dryer on tho
outskirts of Eugene. ' I m ;in-.y
Mr. Mller said ho believed somo ! Almost overyono known that Sage
ono placed the explosive thoro with 1 Tca and Sulphur, proporly com
tho Intention of blowing up tho plant Pounded, urlnca back tho natural col-
when tho furnace was fired up fort
tho season's run, but as usual Mr. ,
Miller clcanod tho furnaco out lie-
foo firing It, so tho powdor was,
STATE W. O. T. V. LEADCTt
WILL SPEAK TOMORROW ,
Mrs. Mary L. Mallett, president
of tho Oregon Women's Christian
Tomporanco Union, who Is hero
..itin. t,.. . n. n., m.i.
i. in ,.i.,..'. ,' .n vi (dampen n sponge or soft brush with
lett. will address tho women of KU,.t nnd dww thg throU(;U yolf ,mri
amia raws oaiuruay uuornoou ai
2:30 o'clock In tho Mothodtst church.
Her subjoct Is "Child Wolfaro.'
SLASHING WAGE RAISED
BY LONO-nELL COMPANY
KELSO. Wash., Aug.. 27 Tho
Long-Bell Lumber company advanced
wagos for Its slashing' crow from
$2.50 to $3 per day, effective tho
first of the week. The mon are work
ing undor tho management of James
Goodyear. In addition to tho re
gular wago, tho company is offering
tho men tho option of taking con
tracts for five or ten aero tracts. Con
tractors are making $4 and $S per
day slashing, and those contracts are
opon to any of the men. About 1C0
ae employed with the crew and on
contracts. The company wants to get
tho entire tract of more tUnn 2000
acres slasbod this fall,
ITCHING S Kill
Tlio First Application Makes Skin
Cool and Comfortable.
If you are suffering from eczoma
or somo othor torturing, ombarrasB
lng skin troublo you may quickly bo
rid of It by using Monthc-Sulphur,
doclarcs a noted skin specialist.
This sulphur preparation, becauso
of Its gorm destroying properties,
seldom falls to quickly subdue Itch
ing, oven of fiery eczema. Tho first
application makes tho skin cool and
comfortable. Rash and blotchos aro
hoaled right up. Mentho-Sulphur is
applied like any pleasant cold cream
and Is porfoctly harmless. You -can
obtain a small jar from any good
Tom Has a Job
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Ago In Linkville
Ill OLD RECIPE
ninl Kulntiiir Turns
( anxv r.,,i,.(i 11..1, nllrk
or and luslro to tlio hair when faded,
stroakod or gray. Yenrs ago tho oiily
wnv to rnt this mltxurn was to
nin0 jt nt j,0mo, which" Is mussy
Nowadays wo simply ask t any
drug store for "Wyeth's Sago and
! Sulphur Compound." You will get
a largo bottle of this old-ttmo rcclpu
I Improved by tho addition of othor
jlngrodlcnts, nt very little cost, Kv-
orybody usos this preparation now,
becauso no ono can possibly tell that
you darkened your hair, ns It does
It so naturally nnd ovonly. You
taking ono small strand nt n tlmo,
by morning tho gray hnlr disappears,
and after another application or two,
your hair boaomosc beautifully
dark, thick and glossy and you look
years youngor. Adv
Eat Less Meat, Al Toko Glass of
Salts Before ltliif;
Uric add In moat excites tho kid
neys, they bocomo overworked; got
sluggish, ache, and tcol llko lump:
of load, Tho urlno becomos cloudy;
the bladder Is Irritated, and you may
be obliged to seek roller two or
three times during tho night. When
the kidneys clog you muit help
them flush off tho body's, urinous
waste or you'll bo a real sick per
son shortly. At first you fed a 'lull
misery In tho kidney region, you suf
fer from backache, sick headache,
dizziness, stomach gets sour, tonguo
coated and you fcol rheumatic twlng
os when tho weather Is bad.
Eat loss meat, drink lots of wa
ter; also get from any pharmacist
four ounces of Jad Salts; tako a
tablcspoonful In a glass of water bo
foro breakfast for a fdw days and
your kldnoys will thon act flno. This
famous salts la mado from tho add
of grapes and lemon Julco, combin
ed with llthla, and has been usod
for generations to cloan cloggod
kldnoys nnd stlmulato thorn to nor
mal activity, nlso to neutralize tho
adds In urlno, so It no longer Is n
nourco of Irritation, thus ending
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, cannot In
juro; makes a dollghtful effervescent
llthla-wator drink which ovoryono
ohould tako now and thon to kcop
tho kidneys cloan nnd active. Drug-,
gists here say thoy sell lots of Jad
Salts to folks who liollove In over
coming kldnoy troublo whllo It Is
only troublo. Adv.
Wished on Him
OV4 I HEARD VOL)
WERE A WONDERFUL
WIFE TOLD ME !
9 DUN HI
I OH,5HE WAS ,
I KIDDING WOO!
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1 - 1 1 - - ' 11' il ' II ssiiassiass-il 1 1 '" siss s- s.swsssSsisSis.sswaassT
of tho Flnt Natlonnl Bank f Klnmntli Kails, County of Klamathi BUU
of Orogou, showing tho amount Maudlng to tho credit of oyory ' o"""1
tor July 1. 1921, who has not mado n deposit, or who has not wltuoraw
any part of his deposit (eommmliil deposits,) principal or nl," l.p
n period of nioro than seven. (7) years Immediately prior t w.
with tho mime, last known placs of rvnlduuco or postofflos ssdrsts or.
such depositor, and tho fact of his death. It known.
Nairn) of DAmoIIw ltosidenw or INistofflea Address
lluetlnor. Karl, Klamath Falls, Orogon
dllbort, J. V., Klamath Kails, Oregon
llnrrls. J. II.. Klamath Kails, Oregon
lluntor. O. II., Klamath Falls, Oregon f,
lfvi., tiout-liiit. Klamath Kails, Oregon
Lanu. Miss Tlllle. Klamath Kails. Oregon
Mnyborry. Kinmltt, Kliinmth Kails, Oregon
ii.. .,!..... tfin....itl. t.'nll.. Oriiuiin
Odonnoll. J. P.. Klnmath Kails, Oregon ... , .
inivnm. A. a. Klamath Kulw. Oregon
Riddle, Mrs. ..1 Klamath Kails, Orogon
Bhark, Martha, Klamnth l'alls, Oregon
Smith, J. (J., Klamnth Kails. Oregon
Bummoronor, Anton. Klnmath Knlls, Oregon .. ..v.
Weskley, E. E Klamnth Knlls, Orgon
State of Orogou, '
Connty of Klamnth, is. , ,. ih
1, J. A. Oordon, being first duly irworn, Uoposs mid soy upon oath, that
I am tho Cashier of tho First National Hank of Klamath lulls, Connty of
Klnmath, Btato of Oregen: that tho foregoing statement Is n. full, tras,
correct nnd complete statement, showing tho immo, last known residence
or poHtoftlio address, fact of death. It known, and tho amount to tho
credit of each doposltor os required by tho provisions of "JC,1?",,J,"
10163, Inclusive Oregon Ijtws. J- A. UOHUUN
Subscribed and sworn to hefnro mo' tills ISth day of August. A. 11. iWJ.
I.I.OYI) L. PORTER, Notary IMilillo for Oron.
My cnnimlsflloii expires August 29, 1923.
1 19.3611. 9
Hot Water Each Morning
To look one's ltt and fi! one's t
In to Nijoy an InilJo bsth rach inoriiltig
to tluih from the 'ytcm tho jirevimif
day's wat, xur fcrmrntstlons ana iol
annus tntlns lfort It U ubwrll Into
thr blood. .Tint as roal, vlirn It Uirni,
kavrs nriilnd a certain amount 01 in
cvmbuitlblo material In ttm form of
stint, so the food and drink tnki-n each
ilsv Ipp In the alimentary urinns a
certain amount of indigestible msterlsl,
which If not eliminated, form loxins anj
loitons which are men ucktu inio 1
iilood through the yerv duett which are
Intrndcd to suck In only nourishment to
luttain tlio body.
If you want to seo the glow of healthy
Moom In vour rlieekt. to seo vonr akin
get clearer and clearer, you are toM to
drlnK -Try tnoming Umn oriung, a
pIm of hot water with a testnoonful
of llmestono phmphstv in it, which Is a
lisrmlew means of wnslilnir the wste
mtterlal ani toxins fum tlm stotudch,
liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying tho entire
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Prices on blockwood aro low at prcsont but will ndvnnco as fall
we'athor comes. Our stock of blockwood Is not largo but "vvu aro
filling ordors promptly with '
Buy now! for full woathor means hlghor prlcos.
" GREEN SL AB-WOOD
Phono In your ordor for ton cords of green Blab at $3G.OO for a
year's supply of wood tho chonpost wood available
O. Peyton & Co.
419 Main St.
WHY ONLV LA5T
NIGHT V0L SAID
THAT YOU COULD
Tf) .SUIIfA u.
, .$ i.Ut
.. 7,I ,
in Your Cheeks
alimentary trset, beforo putting more
foo.1 Into the stomach.
(llrlt and women with sallow skint,
Ihvr po lnide or pallid eotnnlsx
Ion, lo tho"o who wke up wlllt a
routed tongue, lud .lute, nasty breath,
olliera vIm aro Nithereil with b- sdaehea,
blllotn t1I. arid totnac!i or conitltia
tlon ahoiiM l?ln tbla iho'l atcd hot
water drinUufi o" nre naiurtd of very
nronouneed reaulta hi one or tw weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phut
nhato routs very l!ttl at the dmg (tors
but Is ufflelrnt to demonatrAto that iuat
a soap and hot water cleanaes, purifies
and freshen tlm skin on the outaldt, so
hot water and llmettonn photphaU act
on tho Inahle organ. Wo mutt always'
consider that Internal sanitation Is Tart
ly mora Important than outalds cleaall
neai, Ursuta the okln pores do not ab
sorb Impurities Into the bloud, whllo tho
bowel pores do.
Women wl desire to rnhane U
beauty of their coniplexlon aiioulj iuat
try thla for a week aiut notice result.
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