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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1921)
THURSDAY, 8KPTRMIIHH 1; lIMlt
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
tint cIsrs condition. Heal bargain.
11917 Hudson Super Six, a real
bargain and guarantood tint class
11920 Sovon passenger Chandler.
Uko now. A real bargain with terms.
Inquire of J. C WRICJ11T OR
nUICK BAIiKS AND BKItVICK CO.
rrn. and klamath avb.
All tho latest things In ,wrlst wnt
ches and norcltr Jowelry. the latest
things at tho latest prices. Daren
ports, Just' around tho corner on Cth
Get the Docks in Duxbok hunting
clothes K. K. K. for them. 30-1
FOR RENT Four-room apartment.
Large porch, vacant Sept. 1. Phone
FOR RENT Nicely furnished bod
room In furnace heated home. Two
blocks from Main. Phone 244. 31-3
LOST Detween Klamath Falls and
Crooked Creek Hatchery, prob
ably Barkley Springs game ward
en's badgo No. 1351. Finder return
to Herald office. Reward. 31-1
A new lino of non-dhrorce wedding
rlngs at tho new price at Davenports.
Just around tho corner on 6th street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath and phone. 512 N.
9th street. 30-3
Graduate foot specialist at K. K.
K. Store. Examination and advice
given free. 30-1
Taxi Rates Reduced
Direct City Trips on Pavement, ex
cept over 3rd St. hill, Hot Springs
Addition and Oregon Avcnuo
One passenger .....!.26c
Two to four passengers 50c
Shlpplngton and Pelican City
Ono passenger ..... 75c
Two to four passengers ...$1.00
Mills addition, ono or two ... 50c
Merrill u $7.00
Barclay Springs .i$5.60
Reasonable charge for extra bag
The above schedule will not In
clude any waiting time.
WORTLKTH TAXI SERVICE
AT JEWEL CAFE
You'll probably need a new pair
or Rubber Boots this fall. See the
new stock, at the K. K. K. Store.
All the latest things in wrist wat
ches and noveltv Jewelry, the latest
things at tho latent, prlcoa. Daven
ports. Just around the corner on th
street " 30-1
FOR SALE Airedale pups. Sll
. Cynress Ave., near" Riverside
school. Ralph Morrow. 30-6
A new tine of non-dtvorre wedding
rings at the now price at Davenports.
Just around the corner on 8th street.
Strayed to the Enternrise Ranch,
on bav horse with a saddle, bridle
and halter, and with a heart shaped
nmna on me i en snouiaer ana a
X cross on the left hip. Ownermay
nave same oy paying ror this ad
and the horse's feed bill. 30-1
Mary E. Ball
Modern kindergarten , open to all
children of pro-school ago. Central
location. Phone 114W, 124 Jeffer
son Bireoi. 30-3
All the latest things In wrist wat
ches and novelty Jowelry, the latest
things at the latest prices. Daven
ports, JUBt around the corner on 6 th
The Turned Appartments, 812 Oak
street: Two furnished rooms, wood,
wator, light included, $25.00, Single
Dutchess Guaranteed Trousers.
lOo a button, $1.00 a rip. K. K. K.
DOINGS OF THE
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FOR TIIADB 1 only 191B Model
Bulck with delivery body, will
trado for secondhand household
goods. Perkins Furniture Houso.
Now Fall Suits and Ororconts nt
K. K. K. Store, $18,150 to JGO.OO.
WINTER SEWING Do It now. Rent
n machlno. Inquire Singer office.
208 Main. Special prlcoa on Used
machines. Ropalrlng, cleaning, hem
stitching dono. 27-6
with 5 ton trucks.7
FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring car.
Now rubber, first class mechanical
condition. Inquire Houston & Pholps.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH
WALL PAPKll .
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phone 196-W. 127 N. 4th St.
CITY GARBAGE When J wnni
garbage removed, call IDF S3.
NURSERY STOCK For Fall dell
very order now. Tho Salem Nur
sery Co., offers a splendid line of
trees, shrubs and vines for fruit,
shado and ornamental purposes.
Ordors taken by W. S. Slough, Agt.
131 Washington St., Phono 464.
Riverside, Cal., Sept., 1 Aviation
training activities at March Field,
near here, have been discontinued
with tho recent "graduation of twenty-six
cadets and four officers, Cap
tain F. I. Eglln, commandant, an
nounced. Now plans call for tho transfer
ring of cadots of tho observation
classes to Fort Sill, Okla., and of
thoso of tho bombing pursuit sclenco
classes to Kolly Field, Toxas. Thcso
arrangements will Icavo thirty offi
cers and 2S0 enlisted men at March
Field, which soon will bo put on a
storaga basis, according to advices
from the War Department
Gasollno has been received for
forest patrol work, and it Is bellovod
a, few, of tho men will bo kept hero
on that duty until Novembor. Du
ring tho War, 1500 men were sta
tioned at March Field.
Venice, Cal., Aug. 30. Girls with
largo feet mako tho best swimmers.
It is asserted by Tom Kendall of
the Venice Swimming Association.
He told a number of girls who wish
ed to learn to swim that big feet
were great aids in propelling swim
mers rapidly and safely through tho
"I don't mean feet so large they
aro awkward, but feet that are as
they ought to .be In proportion to
the remainder of the body," bo ex
plained. "Anyone who swims knows
how helpful It is to have good-sized
Mexican, Lower Cal., Sept., 1
The Chinese Church of Christ was re
cently organized here at a meeting
attended by four hundred Chinese,
and a school of religious Instruction
was also initiated as a feature of the
Stephen Mark, a California-born
Chinese, who 'is a graduate of the
University of California and was an
officer in tho world war, was the
missionary who organized tho new
church. It was financed In part by
some American women, but chlofly
by tho Chlneso themselvos. Business
men of Mexicalla, and Its twin-city,
Caloxlco, on tho Amorlcan sldo of
the line, have aided in putting tbo
church on a sound'footlng.
Make that Idle dollar work I Put
k la the bank.
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THBRBWA STAMPCDP AT TH& MOTION
-TrtHe TODAY -WMBM A MOUSB JUMPtP OUT
Of A BW-T OF CALICO.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 1. Whon
tho University of Southern Call-
fornla resumes Its classes this
month, students of Journalism again
will havo opportunity to. gat out
regular editions of dally nawspapors
and other publications in and near
Los Angeles, according to the plans
of Marc N. Ooodnow head of the
uvjjuriuii'iii ui journalism
Last year tho students
tho work Incident to publishing
some 15 dally papers In Southern
California, taking charga In each
Instnnco for ono day. Pnpors woro
published ut San Bernardino, Rlv
orsldo. Santa Ana, Vcnlro and nu-
morous other cltlw. Each timo
tho rcKulor editorial nn.t bmtn..
forco moved out. and the students
moved In, for tho day of publlca-l
In discussing tho plan, Mr. Good-
now stated that an advertising crow,
of studonts Is Bent In about a wcok
In advanco of publication day. I
Tho crow worVs up special advor-
tlslng, and does tho routlno work
of tho advertising department.
A day before thn publication
dato, two or throo stud6nts go to
work at tho newspaper office on
society and sports copy, and pro- don of tho admission of California
paro that and other "early copy" 'o the Union 71 yonrs aro. Tho
for tho printers. Then, tho more- Proceeds wilt bo npptled to tho Na
lng or publication day, tho roport- tlvo Sons' Athletic club building
ore, re-wrlto men, copy reader ind fund,
others stop aside, and students takol
tneir placo. Tho students have
a manaelne ndllnr. o.lltnriM ,i..
, . -... ,
ivicemiia ouiivr anu ss many otner
heads of departments as the size
of tho paper makes customary. Tho
atudont reporters cover tho usual
beats and assignments, and -work
up special stories. Tho regular forco
takes a day-off, except that ono
department head remains on hand
to make up tho paper, and lend
adylco In matters of purely local
"We are not out to boost the
university, so much as we aro out
to obtain practical experience, so'
WB trv In tint mil tt n... ....
as wo would ir ,' ;..: ..::
.. ., v va v wu mii Ju
roil," said Mr. Goodnow.
Editors and tho nubile takn Unrt.
. . uu luuuTuuon, r. uooanow
said, and Its effect on tbo Intor-
est of the student nnd In causing
Increased enthusiasm for newspaper
work has boon marked
Tho Journalism course 'of tho uni-
M h t .i .. . .
vori niiv ,. 1. ..i
so that two vcars of nraiimin.r.
woric are roqulrod, the technical u Viim "" remeay oe
courses of tho work being assign- CUM ,l de,tr0T tho Parasite that
od to Junior and sonlor years.
Thero aro times when tho almighty
dollar will not go as far as a little
TOM'S VACATION IS OVER
Ago In Linkville
Volume of Trade
Greater Than Last
Year, S. F. Stores
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1. Tho
dollar aIuo of sales of 30 repre
sentative department storm and mall
order bousos In tho 12th fodoral re-
ionro district during July docllnc
13,9 per ccnt, compared with July,
i92o. according to John Porrln,
cntrmi,n of tho bo,r(1 ,nd foijcrM
roscrro aKcnt Mr ,,errlli mIUi now.
,hst prwnt ,, rcog woro
rt-d ,0 m ,0 cont ,
than In July of last year, and tho
valuo of the nvorago salo was re
ported by 11 storw as 1G.3 per cont
loss, Indicating that tbo physical vol
umo of tradn continues to bo great
er than It was n year ago,
I m.. . . .l- .
'"" "'"""a'' ol luo nverago ro.e
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Ju,'r' compared with $2.52 In Juno.
Bnd ,2'75 ,n Juy' ,920'
t0"n woro said uy 13 tirnis
oo good, but 1 1 others charncter-
lxod ,nem n" o"' fa,r
.VATUT-: KONB RODEO
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 1. A
rodoo and roundup at which every
parlor of tho Natlvo Sons of tho
Golden West In northern California
has been asked to assist will be
hold In San Francisco Sopfombcr 9,
10 ana 11. ns Dart of the celelira.
.. ?" "a oo onr work! I-nt
i m uie bank,
FIERr. ITCHY SKIN
Mentho-Sulpbur, a pleasant cream,
wm that $ ir.
, rltated or broken out with ecxeme: wa? t0 BOt tnU ltxure was to
1 that 1. covered with ugly rash or plm.nmn,:(k0.. !L?LLomo' wh,cb ta mUM,
lu,u COTOrea wun W rssh or pirn
yicii ur 11 rouKn or arr. notoinr in.
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tt'n ,k,n eruPMon QUloWr,
"'" d ,Wb P"cUlut-
omem tnls sulphur prepara-
l,on u PP,le n Rching stopi and
tUr two or thrM PPotlons, the
eczema is gone and the skin u dirw"w"' "" v" "' hkiu uu,
"Khtfully cloar and smooth. Sulphur
i. . .i . .
wuh iuo ourning, iicning or aisrig
urement Montho-Sulphur always
heals ecxema right up.
A small Jar of Mentho-Sulphur
may be had at any good drug storo.
Hot Water-Each Morning
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To look one's lit ami frtt one's twst
U to Nijnv an Inside bath rsh morning
to lliuh from the iytnn the previous
tUyVwanle, wur frrmrntatlons and put.
sonous toxins before It Is abtorbol into
the blood. Just as coa), when It burns,
kTr brtil rid a crrtaln amount of In
combuitlblo mstorlal la the form at
shrs. so the food and drink Ukrn each
day leave In the allmvntary organs a
certain amount ox inuigmiol uauriai.
which If not tllmlnstfd, form toxins and
poisons which are Dim tucked Into the
blood through ths vrrr ducts which are
InUtxM to suck in only rxmrUsacat to
luttaln the tody.
I f you want to m t he gtow of healthy
bloom In your c)xk, to sea your skin
get dearer and clearer, you 'are told to
drink every momlng upon arising, a
pUu of hot water with a teatpoonful
of lUrtono phoaphate in It, which is a
harml mnns of wathlna U wute
rattctil and toxin from the stomach,
liter, kldaryt and bvvrtls, thus cleans
lag. swectsnlng and purifying the eatlnt
HLUEJACKfrrt) WILL AID
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1. Tbo
Natlvo Sons of thq Golduu West
havo Invltod 13,000 officers and
limn of thn Pacific floet lo help
t tic tn colobrato thu 71st annlvorssry
of tliu admission of California to
tho Union September 9. Thu r-po-clal
guests of honor wilt be tho
crow of thn now battlrshlp Cali
fornia. A regatta -will tako placo at'
Auuatlo nark, nartlcln.ititil In liv thn)
Ariel, Southend and Dolphin row
ing clubs, which havo crows In
training for Junior. Intermediate ami
Junior .Inter Asralrsl Md(lm thoHm
senior bargo nnd skiff races. Swim
ming races for mon', women, boys
ami girls will bo contested ovor
distances ranging from 60 yards to
Advertising pays. Try it and see
IN OLD HECIPE
nage Tea and Sulphur Turn
Gray, Faded Hair Dark
Almost everyon'o knows that Sage
Tea and 8ulpbur, properly com
pounded, brings back the natural col
or and lustre to Ike hair when faded,
streaked or gray. Years ago the only
oowuuays wo simpiy ask at any
drug storo for "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound." You will got
largo botllp of this old-time recipe
Improved by the addition of othor
iar"0nd'onf'' .at, 'W le cost. Ev
bocauso no ono can possibly toll that
you darkened your hair, as It does
It so naturally and evenly. You
dampen a spongo or soft brush with
It and draw this through your hair,
taking ono small strand at a tim";
by morning the gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two,
your hair becomosc beautifully
dark, thick and glossy and you look
yonrs youngor. Adv.
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allmenisry tract, lfore putting mere
food Into the stonisrh.
Girl and women With sallow skins,
liver pol. pimple or pallid coraplrx
Ion, U) thoe who wske up with a
coated tongue, bail (mIp, nssty breath,
others who are bothered with headaches,
bilious spelt, acid stomach or constipa
tion should begin till phniphsttd not
water drinking and are assured of very
oronounced result In otut or two werk.
A Quarter nound of llmreton Dhee-
&bate rot rrrf little at the drug stove
it Is sufficient to drraonstrale that las 1
soap anu not wiur cleanses, jmriate
and freshen the tkln on tho ouUkls, so
hot water and llmettone phosphat) id
on the Inside organs. We must are-ays'
consider that Interns! sanitation I vast
ly More Important than outside clcaaH
nru, becauio the ikln ports do not ab
sorb Impurities Into the blood, while tae
bowel port iIa
Women who desire to eahaaee the
beauty of their complexion should lust
try this for a wk anil' notice" resuIU.
a eaeaan iwaasgMejssjssasss)
No, Henrietta, tho porter on a
slofpliig car Isn't rallod a quarter
mnstur, yet ho Is,
BAD TIKE SUITS
SnyN llnrhaclie Is Klgn Yo
Ili-cn En ting too MbkIi
When you nwakn up with bacbache
and dull mlsory In tho kidney regloti
It generally means you have bee
eating too miirh meat, says a weJU
known author ty.' Moat forms uris
acid which overworks the kidneys
In their effort to filter It from the
blood nnd llioy bocomo sort of par
alyiud nud loggy. Whon your kidneys
got sluggish nnd clog you mast
relievo thnm, llko you relieve your
bowels; removing all tho body's
urinous wasio, else you have back
uclip, dlxzy spoils; your stomach
sours, tongtio Is coated, and whea
tbo wcathor is bad you have rheuma
tic twinges. The urine Is cloudy,
full of sedlmont, chnnnols often get
torn, water scalds and you art)
obliged to sock rollof two or three
times during tho night.
WHY IT SUCCEEDS
nocaase It's For Ono Thing Oaly, aaej
Klamath Fall People Appre-'
Nothing can be good for every
thing. Doing one thing woll brings' suc
cess. Doan's Kldnoy Pills are for one
For weak or disorderly kidneys.
Iloro Is Klamath Falls evidence) to
provo their worth.
Mrs. L. F. Meredith, 739 ttb St,
says: "I can recommend Doan's Kid-
noy Pills as a rullablo remedy. I
havo used thorn off and on for some
tlmo and have always found them to
bo very satisfactory In relieving at
tacks of kldnoy complaint. When I
had backaches and my kldnoys acted
lrogularly Doan's relloved the attack
and put my kldnoys In sood shape,'!
Prlro 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kldnoy remody get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Moredlth had, Fostor-MUbum
Co., Mtra.. Buffalo, N. Y.
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