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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1921)
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THE EVENING HEftALLX KLAMATH FALLS, JQRMQN
rXTJMDAT, BBPTRMOR!), IS, 1M1.
a -1110 Dodge touring ear. New rub"
ber, tint cum mechanical condi
tion. 1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
tlrat clan condition. Heal bargain.
1 117 Hudson Super Six, a real
bargain and guaranteed tint etas
1 1810 Seven passenger Chandler.
Like new. A real bargain with terms.
Inquire ot J. C. WRIGHT OR
BU1CK 8ALKS AND SF.RVICE CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVK.
FOR RENT Furnished or. unfur
nished new, modorn apartments.
Winter Building. 14-15
ACCOUNTANCY otters one ot the
best opportunities of today. Let us
teach you the fundamentals. Oood WiLD PLUMS VERY SCARCE Mall
bookkeper are needed n Klamath orderi wln be tnied at once jn
r,!f..no,r' Pn" Southwell. 123 ordor Price 13.00 dollvered In Kla
w "" math Falls. Lloyd's Cash Store.
SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING AND
BOOKKEEPING classes starting
at once. Phone Southwell. 129 or
WANTED Flat top office desk and
letter filing cabinets. Cash if
price la right. Phone 234. 14-15
WILL TRADE Oakland car. Al con-
dltlon. tor Ford. See Dick. Bth
mi vi.m.th . u.Kt
FOR SALE Thorobred English bull
pup fov -ayy Gemini uuruor
rvunv nangcr oicycte. crown
wheels, white filling. Owner may
have same by calling at police Ma-
uon ana paying lor win aa.
it-ID iimcs wnoi u is. t. I comer.
THOROBRED AIRDALE8 If you1-
want a real hunting dog. we have.,(',TV OARIIAOF When you want
thorobred Alrdale puds of registered! garbage removed, coll I0P23.
atock; the best Alrdale strain In the . . : 1
wi i. rpuia DO BCCU Bl dill
Cypress Ave., near Riverside school,
or address Hvland Kennels, Box 111 '
west. Papers can be seen at 311
Klamath rails, Ore.
WANTED TO RENT 6 or 7 room
furnished house. Box C. Herald.
WANTED To rent or tease, room
ing house for winter, nothing un
der IS rooms. Best references. Ad
ders, Box E. R. S., Herald office.
FOR SALT: Al paving business, new
and gecond hand goods. Quitting
business. Will trade, what have youT
e Dick, 6 th and Klamath Ave.
FOR SALE: 1 ton truck. J25O.00:
1 Chalmer. 1200.00; 1 Oakland.
1400.00. See Dick, 6th and Klamath
FOR RENT 3 room furnished anart-
ment. 634 N. 8th street. Phone
ROR RFNTsix room house close
in. Call at 911 Walnut street. i
1100 ACRES RECLAIMED SWAMP
land near Algnma, for rent or
base. For particulars write J. Frank
dams, Box 481. Klamath Falls.
SAWMILL FOR 8ALE Cheao for
cash. Capacity 26.000. Good con
dition. Box R. M. K. Herald.
FOR SALE OR TRADE One 1918.
7 passenger Studebaker six. Phone
414H or Inquire R. R. R. garage.
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISH
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phone 196-W 127 N. 4th St.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms,
60 cents a night, $3 a week at Hot
Springs Hotel. 8-22
FOR SALE Richly bred St Mawes
registered Jersey bull calf. Dairy
ing beats beet. Returns each month,
Original herd and Increase left. R. D.
Sanford. Ashland. Ore. 1 2-1 6
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
WELL .TOM, VOU DID
5AV IT AND SOO .
KNOW SOO SAID IT I
I NEVER MADE.
IN MV LIFE.!
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FOR SALE Threshing machine belt
150 feet lone in good condition.
W. H. Iloss, 906 Main St. I-tf
BUSINESS TRAINING PATS One
torm with ui and one year at a
good salary In a business ottlce
makes tho best Two-year Course.
Winter torm begins Sept., 16. Mod
ford Duslnoss College, Medtord, Oro.
WANTED Would hire a carpenter
at n reasonable wage. Box SO, Mer
rill, Oregon. 10-17
FOR SALE: 280-3000 Savage rifle.
New. Bargain. No. 16 Loom! Bldg.
Kamath Falls, Oregon. 10-16
FOR SALE Remington Typewriter.
Practically new. No. 16 Loomls
Bldg. Klamath Falls, Oregon. 10-16
WANTED Deer holds, birds and
animals to mount. Animal hide
to make tnto rugs. Phouo 478W.
W. W. Donert. Taxidermist. 7-15
Lakevlow, Oregon. 9-30
NATIONAL METAL WEATHER
STRIP Those desiring to place
..i a ,ti. M...H.M .1.1. ..... .i
so by calllnr or wrltlnr to the Herald
ad I will call and see them on my
return irom uorris. me utter parr
of tn,s week. Orders placed now will
bo Installed about October 1st No
!"1,allnt,,n Ca,n b? mado jIthU,.IT"'5
ua,c" tn.e order Is placed while I
nn here this time,
: " you do not know about the
Slrlp8f , wln be glad t0 ca ,nd .
lng and refer you to many people In
tma city wbo hnve It already Install
od. Every one of thuo users wtl
tel you they would not get along
wunoui it, even if the cost was many
,ru" naio room rurnisnea
liuuso. inquiro ai uwi tare, n-io
SNAP In used Liberty Six. 1919
modol, new paint, wonderful con
dition. The best buy ot the season
at $800.00 Terms. Dunham Auto
A book containing Scriptural read-
inga.ln no fewer than 543 different
tongues and dialect Is being printed
bystho British and Foreign Bible
CINCINNATTI, Sept., 16 Tho
average Englishman, will all of bis
I proverbial lnslstance upon his por-
80nal r,ght8' cal,s ,CM often uPn hl"
courts lor relief than does his Ame
rlcan cousin, declared John W. Davis,
former ambassador to England, In
an address hero tonight before the
American Bar Association In which
he gave "some random observations
on the organization of the legal pro
fession In England and the admlnls
rat'on of English justice."
"Who shall come forward with an
explanation of this fact, If fact It
he?" asked Mr. Davis. "Is It a sur
vival of days long gone wben Just
ice was not only costly but tardy
and uncertain; Is It because there
exists In England a class of lawyers
whose business lies wholly outside
tho courts and in whose hands many
controversies are settled without
judicial aid; or Is there a reason
deeper still In tho age-long habit of
this Island peoplo to rospect the law
they have mado and live their dally
lives within Its well-marked circle?
"Startling as It may seem, the liti
gation ot England and Wales Is re-
latlvely llttlo more than tbe lltlga-
TOM DUFF, VOL) KNOW SOX)
SAID IT AND 1 WANT ,J
YOU TO APOLOGIZE
TO ME. ! ,-.
ryy flr -
AFTEU TUB TRAIW MAO CONt
TH6 WUTIN& ROOM
Uon of our Federal Courts alono;
and tho rast tide ot controVersr that
flows through our state tribunals may
be credited to us as surplus belli-
Tho speaker, after discussing the
ranks and orders into which the le-
gal profession In England Is divided,
declared that "In comparison with
tho close knit organisations shelter
ed by tho Inna ot Court and Law
Society, wo In America seem so many
scattered grains ot sands." It Is dif
ficult to make one familiar only with
the English atmosphere, ho conti
nued, "understand that, In truth,
notwithstanding this Association,
fthero Is no such body as the Ameri
can Bar. There are, Instead, scatter
ed groups, consisting of county, city
and state bars, with a Federal bar
here and there composed In part ot
tho same members but united by no
tie of common origin or discipline."
A marked spirit of progress, es
pecially In the domain ot criminal
law and procedure, Mr. Davis said,
has been shown In recent years by
the .legal profession ot England. In
addition to sweeping changes In the
Judicature Acts of 1872, 187 and
1875, ho declared, "Justice baa been
brought nearer to the masses by tho
enlargement ot the common law
Jurisdiction ot the county courts."
"When all comparisons have been
made, and all difference recounted,"
Mr. Davis said Id conclusion, 'the
fact remains that the members of
the, legal profession In England are
In very truth our brethren over seas,
The common law by which wo live
ho Its root tn English soil. The
Judge who Interpret it on both aides
of tho water look to their distant
colloages for counsel and assistance,
and the principle of liberty which it
embodies are tho rod and staff by
which our people walk.
"Trained In the same school, pro
fessing the samo great Ideals, shar
ers of like Immunities and privileges,
there rests upon the legal profession
in England and America a duty which
la Joint and not several, common and
'Apply Sulphur a Told When Your
Skin Breaks Oat
Any breaking out of the skin on
face, neck, arms or body Is overcome
quickest by applying Mentho-Sul-pbur.
Tbe pimples seem to dry
right up and go away, declares a no
ted skin specialist.
Nothing has even been found to
take the place of sulphur as a plmplt
remover. It Is harmless and Inex
pensive. Just ask any druggist for a
It like cold cream. Adv.
J WELL, I
. I DIDN'T!
JJJL JeS3 F). raWHsaaPesHWay "
Ago In Linkville
TW8 STATIOW MASTER WOUMD .
not dlvlsablo. Tho nation whom
they servo stand today supromo In
present strength and In potontlal
energy. Upon them Destiny has laid
accordingly the largest responsibi
lity of the Immediate future ot the
world. Shall not the lawyers, who
lead as well as servo them, guide
them in the ways of mutual confi
dence and Joint endeavor in the ser
vice ot mankind"
They're coming to town tbe
clowns, the lumbering elephants,
the spangled folk, tho bands, the
booting, tooting calliope, tbe white
dappled horses and the many won
ders that aro Sells-Floto's, "secend
largest show on earth," which car
ries among Ita 400 performers,
"Poodles" Hanneford, greatest
clown rider of all time and the
highest paid clrcu artist In all
white top history. A largo state
ment, but true, for "Poodles" and
the riding Hanneford family con
stitute tho only big, outstanding
feature In the white top world.
Qettlng the Hanneford away from
New York Hippodrome was no
slight task, and beating out circus
competitor In the bidding stain
ed even millionaire' purse. Tbe
"big thing" come to Klamath
Fall on Monday, September 26,
for matinee and evening shows.
You who bavo seen Solls-Floto
for tho last eight years a first
rank circus during tbo last tbreo
seasons, when It has racod to the
front as did Man O' War, will un
derstand when It Is asserted that
the' 1921 performance tops those of
Klamath Falls Peoplo Have Good
Reason for Complete Rellaaoe
Do you know how
To find rollef from backache;
To correct distressing urinary 111:
To assist weak kidneys?
Your neighbor know tho way
Have used Doan's Kidney Pills:
Have proved their worth in many
Here' Klamath Fall testimony.
Mrs. Ray J. Barrow, 1411 Oregon
Ave., say; "My kidney were weak
my kidneys. Tbe action of my kid
ney waa Irregular, also. I used
Doan's Kidney Pill a directed and
they cured mo of all signs of the trou
and I became run down. Ofton I bad
bio and I have had no return of it. I
always recommend Doan's for I know
they can't be beat for Kldnoy
severe backaches and pains Just ovsr
l.uon 'ijonrop na j '009 odij,?
imply asic lor a aianey remeay get
Doan's Kidney Pills tbe same that
Mr. Barrow had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Could He do?
vl I 8 l.As WHEN A WOMAN IT TU iWVS
(fk A GETS A CRAZY I YlJiiiZ
fk 1 Vrv NOTION ALLTHE I AvJT7j
ail 1 VVcvX world can't I (XxfPm
I H ' VCjy' CHANGE IT! I IrttAafUaaaaa. '
aS7w, ' woH'T6,vc iir taUiw
Sept 26 to Oct 1.
A wealth of agricultural clfoplaya.
Magnificent livestock exhibition
Splendid machinery and tractor exhibit
Greatest horteihow in the northwest.
Excellent races and amusements.
Special attractions day and night
Good camping and parking grounds.
Excursion rates on all railroads.
A. H. Lea. Hanger. Salem, Ore.
'19 and '20. You will also under
stand what Is meant wben It Is
said that tho show given at the
annual spring opening stand In the
Chicago Coliseum come to you In
tact. BelU-Floto has added an
other stag to It arena, making
three ring and two atage. and
tboy'll be laid out before you on
clrcu day. Better than that,' they
will be filled with feature act
tho Hannerord the Hobsons, the
Hodglnls, tbe Hamldo Madrl Arab,
the Otwagas Japanese, the Lind
say, the Whites, the Sleber Seals,
the Btalner. Lou Orant, the La
Flours and scores ot other. In
tbe air, the famous Codonaa and
tbe equally celebrated Nelsons, big
flying troupe, will lead the usual
strong Bells-Kioto aerial offerings.
SAGE TEA KEEPS
IVIieu Mixed WltH nulphur
lirlng lljtck III HmuUful
Luatre At Once
Gray hair, however handsome, do-
mites advancing age. We all know the urine la cloudy, fall of adl
i he advantage of a youthful appear- -nasnt, or the bladdsr la Irritable,
nc. Your hair I your charm. It obliging you to aeek relief daring
makes or mar th face. When It u, night) wbea yoa kava aevare
fade, turn. gray, and ooka strjak- teadaebe. nerroua and dluy spU..
ed, Just a few application, of Sag .jpi,,..,,.., ,c)q it0maeh or rbaa-
Tea and Sulphur nbanc It ap
pearance, a hundredfold.
. Don't stay grayl Look youngi
Klther prepare the recloe at homo
or get from any drug store a bottle
of "Wyeth's 8age and Sulphur Corn-
round." wblcb Is merely the old-
time recipe Impro ed by the addi
tion of ether ingredients. Tbou-
ands of folks recommend this ready-
to-use preparation, because It dark
ens tbo balr beautifully; besides, no
one can possibly tell, a It darkens
so naturally and evenly. You moisten
a sponge or soft brush with It, draw
ing this through tbe balr, taking one
small (trend at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after an-
ittiAp ntinllrjitlnti nr tin lla natural
olor Is restored, and It become1
thick, glossy and lustrous, aad you'
ipcr years voungor. Adv
"j; .ff! j -
with Alfredo, triple aomaraaulUr,
and Deatrl.ce, the human top, agala
among tb pleasing aald-alr thril
ler. The BelU-Floto aalaal acta
will please, even more so tbaa last
year, and, In all, from parade to
final big ihow display, th "aecor.
largest" bid for first place la your
TO THE DBS
Taka m TabWaooafeg 4
Back MttiU or Isdasc
W are a nation of seat eater
land our blood la filled with irU
I acid, aaya a well-known authority,
I who warn u to be constantly ea
guard against kidney trouble.
1 The kldneya do their utaooat to
free the blood of this Irritating acid,
but become weak from the over
work; they get sluggish; tbe ellsal
native tissue clog and thu U
wast Is retained la th blood to
poison the entire system.
Wben yoar kidney ache ana
feel Ilka lump of lead, aad you
have itlnitnc Mlaa la the back or
matlsm In bad weather, get from
your pharmacist about foar ouacea
of Jad Baits; take a tableapooBfu!
In a glaas of water before break
fast each morning and in a few day
your kidneys will act 'fin. Tata fa
mous salt 1 mad from the acid
of grape aad lemon Juice, com
bined with llthla, and haa been
used for generation to flush aad
tlmulato clogged kidney, to au
trallie the acid In' urine ao It la
no longer a source of IrrlUtloa, thu
ending urinary and bladder disor
ders. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive aad can
not Injure; makes a delightful ef
fervescent llthla-water drink, aad
nobody can make a mistake by tak-
lng a little occasionally to keep the
i kidney clean aad actlv. Adv.