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the Evening herald, klamath falls, Oregon
MONDAY, HEPTEMBEll 90, 1J1
Twenty-five Years. Ago In Linkville
IUATO MY WIFS
MISCELLANEOUS hvANTED Trombone Player A. P.
of M. or willing to join, answer
now Uox I R. Herald office 21-26
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1 1920 Dodge touring car. Now rub
bor, first claBs mochanlcnl condi
tion. 1 1018-Dulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Real bargain.
1 1917 Hudson Supor Six, n real
bargain and guaranteed first clas3
11920 Soven nassoncor Chandler.
Llko new, 'A real bargain with tormi.
Inquire of 'J. C. WRIGHT OR
nUICK SALES AND SIlltVICK CO.
7TII. AND KIjAMATH AVK.
FOR SALE 1919 Ford touring car.
Call S60W. Calklna-Donclson In
surance Co. 24-27
WANTED Good sot second hand
harness'. Call Sutton's Store, Mo
doc Point. 24-26
Prices cut this week from $50.00
to $200.00 each. Your terms. Ilavo o
look. Klamath Garage, Phono 140.
FORi SALE Tcnthouso, 16 x 20,
equity In lot. 'Will sell or trade on
car. Excellent Garland rango $25.
Kitchen cabinet $8. 1404 Pleasant
WANTED pirl for general house
work. Phono 177R., 447 Alameda.
FOR SALE 1' 1919 Ford touring,
good condition. 1-1920 Ford tour -
In 1 used Dodirn taurine If. A.
Wakefield, Central Garage. 24-29
One and two room apartments to
let. two room $20.00, slnglo $15.00.
812 Oak St. 24-30
WANTED Clean cotton rags. W. O.
Smith Printing Co. 24-26
CITY GAIUlAGi; When you mint
Kirbago removed, call MP 2.1.
Klamath county affords the sports
man who likes the great open tho
. very besfof shooting grounds In tho
'state of-Oregon whdn the migratory
bird season opens and this statement
is not an Idle boast. For years, un
til the great reclamation project to
reclaim valuable lands in tho lowor
Klamath lake woro started, nearly
every va'riety of wild fowl made its
summer homo In this bird paradlso
and raised broods which in tho fall
took wing to tho warmer cllmos In the
southlands. So tho statement bears
weight that Klamath county oven to
day Is a veritable hunters paradlso
despite the reclamation work which
destroyed many acres of breeding
The migratory season Is Just in its
beginning and while hunters are not
shooting fowls bred and raised In
this county, soon tho air will ho fill
ed with countless thousands of wild
fowl whirling their way southward
but lingering here long enough to
feed and rest on tholr flight, in tho
many Ideal spots scattered over tho
Hunters will experienco llttlo dif
ficulty In finding a cholco spot to
shoot for thero aro countless places
and room for every hunter In tho
county to lino up some place, yot
never interfere with another person's
shooting, oven If they all went the
same day. The following list of plac
es have in tho past been sought by
sportsmen and found to bo product
ive of good bags, In fact, tho deslro
is often felt by the most law abiding
nlmrod to "take Just one moro shot"
after tho Jlmlt has been reached
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
THIS HOUSE CERTAINLY LOOKS A
SIGHT IN THE MORNING- WHEN
A MAM DECIDES TO GO TO
DEO HE OUST DROPS EVeRV-
ruiWrfS auvj DLAfE
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FOR SALE Largo Typo Poland
China roistered boars, ffftcon
Iwocks old, out of sows bred by throo
year Oregon Grand Champion, twon-
ty-flvo dollars each, also S-C R. I.
I Itml nnrknrnln nml ttliltn Lcchorn
pullots hatched April 24th Ernest
Webb, Central Point, Or. 23-28'
Would you trade Klamath prop-
' orty for a ton acre homo at Roso-
burg, Oregon? Jnquiro of Earl snop
T?nt? rMWrT.lrrM. mttiTiv nfflrn '
rooms, stoam heat In Loomlg
Ilulldlng. Inqulro Chas. Loomls,
First Nat. Hank. 23-30
tnoo ACRES 'reclaimed swamp
bind near Algnma, for rent or
lease. For particulars wrlto J. Frank
Adorns. llox 4S1. Klamath Falls.
FOR SALE Old newspapors at Ilor-
FOR RENT 3 room apartment,
sultnblo for adults. Apply CG Pine
or call 531J. 21-27
FOR SALE: 40 acre farm, 3 room
houso. barn, chicken houso, well,
partly fenced, north of city for
$1000.00. Inqutro 622 Main. 21.27
WANTED to borrow $500 for
months. Will pay 10 per cent
Good security. Dox E. D. Herald of
OILS AND VARNISH
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
i Phono 196-W 127 N. 4th St.
Old uowspapcro for sale at Herald
WANTED For night crow, cut off
and luachlno mon, also common
laborers. Apply at onco. Growers
Packing and Warehousing Ass. Inc.
but that policy will be a poor ono
this year as doputy game wardens
aro In tho Hold not only to stop that
practice but provent shooting bctoro
sunriso and after sunset.
Upper Klamath marsh, Agency
lake. Round lako, Spraguo river.
Lost river, Sycnn marsh, Klamath
river and a small portion of tho uppor
part of tho Trilo lako near tho stato
lino and last but not least, all along
tho canalg and latorals of the rccla
countless Idoal spots, whore no ono
is interfered with, with an abundance
of wild fowl now- but whon tho sea'
son is a llttlo moro advanced, simply
covered with feathored donlzens
from tho'wco sandplpor snlpo to the
big honker and Canada goose.
Whero olso could ono find a hunt-
or's heaven llko this? Not In Cali
fornia nor In any of the southern
states whero the migratory bird win
ters o"er until permitted to sock the
nesting grounds In tho north again
whoa spring blossoms out.
Sportsmon roport fair luck now In
tho pursuit of jacksnlpo which aro
found In tho Odessa marsh. They are
fairly plentiful now, but with the tlfst
puff from Dorcas, this wary bird
takos wing and seeks somo place
whoro his curved bllLcan penetrate
tho soft oozy mud andf Ind tho llttlo
worm which he delights in. The
curlow is another mombcr of the
snipe family which Is found thero
when ho has been driven from his
haunts In Cannda and on tho wing.
This species of snipe Is rapidly recog
nized by that long curved bill. Hunt
ers sometimes call them plover, too,
but tho plover Is not a nativo of
this country, preferring tho plains
of Wyoming and ,tho states between
tho Cascades and Rocky mountains.
Until tho big freeze comes, all the
wators mentioned aro haunts whero
llttlo difficulty is found in having a
splondld day's sport, but with tho
open wators frozon, then th banks of
Lost rlvor, Spraguo, and Klamath
river afford opportunities galoro to
got a good bag. Tho Klamath rlvor
all tho way to Keno has heretofore
HE LEFT A LIGHT .D CIG.R STUO
LAY OM THT GOOD TA&LE AND
BURNED Ai SPOT N t"!
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THE CHECKER CLUB (SAVE ITA
IN ELMER WICHT8 BACKYARD
boon tho favorlto haunt whon tho
trcozo is on.
Uppor Klamath marsh, Agency
lnko, Crystal marsh, Spraguo rlvor
and tho points on tho Uppor lako aro
reached best by the east sldo road
while Round lako is found best by tho
western routo. The Klamath
Straights ore roachod by tho road to
Midland and tho best grounds arc
near the Hopkins ranch, It li sold.
Tho place is water hole, marked with
cholco focdlng grounds all along for
miles. To reach the Sump, go tor
miles out on the right hand valley
road to Merrill. To reach the Sycan
marsh, take the Boattyroad and af
ter leaving thoro, take tho first road
leading across Sprogue rlvor cast of
Doatty. Huntors are urged to In
qulro at tho garages In Merrill about
tho hunting on Tule lnko and full In
formation will bo furnished as to how
far south tho huntor can go and still
stay in tho Orogon boundaries. Cal
ifornia wardons patrol tholr half of
tho lako and unlucky will bo tho Oro
gon hunter who shoots gamo and tries
to bring it back into Orogon with
him. A stiff flno awaits any un
lucky sportsmanVho unwittingly vio
lates thb rule.
The gooso season will not bo good
until after tho honkors aro drlvon
from tho north but the Malln district
affords umplo sport of tbls variety.
Tho grain fields aro always full of
the birds In season and along lower
Klamath lako a good 'bag can bo ob
tained. After October gooso shoot
ing will bo at Us helghtb.
Tho Klamath Sportsmen's associa
tion urges tho huntor to retrain from
shooting after night for tho flash of
NOTICE FOR JUHLICATION
Department of tho Interior
V. S. Land Office, Lnkevlew. Ore.
Not Cool Land. July 87, 1021.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Min
nie Arant whose postofflco address
is Dairy. Oregon, did, on the 22nd
day of November. 1920, file In this
offlco Sworn Statement and Appli
cation, No. 011628, to purchase the
SEMSE, Section 20, Township
38S, Range 11V6E. Wlllamotto Mer
idian, and the timber thereon, under
tho provisions of the act of June 3.
1878, and acts amendatory, known
as the "Timber and Stone Law," at
uch value as might be fixed by op
pralsemont, and that, pursuant to
such application, the land and tim
ber thereon have seen appraised,
Ono Hundred Twenty Dollars, tho
timber estimated 60M board feet at
$1.50 por M, and the land $30.00;
that said applicant wlh ottor final
proof in sUpport of his application
and sworn statomontontho 7th day
of Octobor. 1921. beforoi Bert. C.
Thomas, U. S. Commissioner, at Kla
math Falls, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time boft re patent
Isbuos, by filing a corroborated ar
tldavlt in tbls office, alleging facts
which would defoat the entry.
Notice will be published for nine
consecutive weeks In the Klamath
JAS. T. BURGESS,
Aug. 1 8 IB 22 295 12 19 26.
Tom it Not Such
YOU LOOK AT THAT'
TELL HIM SOMETHING
ANNUAL. PICNIC TOtWf
a discharged gun Just as a fowl Is
sooklng feodlng grounds, also a roost
ing place causes It to tnko wing and
loave tho country. If undlsturbod
aftor sunset, tho bird will remain In
the district until finally forced to
go south by 'nature Respect this
injunction and keep as 'many ducks
In Oregon as possible, is tho roquost
of the association.
Like tho cricket, tho grasshopper
has oars just bolow Its knoet.
To cover tho dlstanco from tho
earth to the sun an oxpross train
going to a speed of 60 miles on hour
and running day and night wohld ro
qulro 175 years to comploto tho
Tho stoamer "Poro Marquette,"
which has been lying at n dopth of
six hundred foot on tho bottom of
Lake Michigan since 1910, Is to bo
raised in tho near future.
In India lizards aro hunted for
tholr skins. Tho skins whon tanned
aro mado Into women's and child
ren's shoos, puraos and handbags,
and aro exported.
IN TUBE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tin:
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLA
Equity No. 1330
Adal Williams Rodriguez, Plaintiff,
Frank Rodrlguoz, Dofondant.
TO FRANK RODRIGUEZ, DEFEN
DANT: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You aro heroby roqulrcd to appear
and answer tho complaint filed a
gainst you In tho abovo entitled suit,
on or beforo Tuesday, tho 11 th day
of Octobor, 1921, and for tatluro to
nnnear and answer plaintiff will
anply to tho court for tho rellof pray'
nd for In bor complaint, to-wlt: for a
Judgment nntl decreo of tho above
entitled court as follews:
il That tho 'bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff and
defondnnt bo dissolved, on tbo
grounds of cruol and Inhuman treat
mont rendering plaintiff's life misor-
nnlo, burdensomo and. unhappy.
2, Thnt plaintiff's maiden name,
to-wlt. Adal WfllaniB, bo restorod to
or. and that plaintiff have such fur
tbnr relet as to equity 'and good con-
"'pnre may appertain and as to tbo
court may seem moet.
Octobor 11th. 1921 Is tho last day
nf the time prescribed In the order
for publication of this summons In
which you may appear and answer
'ild complaint, tho first publication
thereof bolng August 29th, 1921 and
re last publication bolng Octobor
This summons Is sorvod by publica
tion, by order of tho Honorable-R. H.
rtunnoll. Judgo of tho county court
of the Stato of Oregon for Klamath
County, dated Aug. 27, 1921, which
order required that summons bo
published onco a wook for six con-
successive weeks, the first publication
bolng August 29, 1921 ,.
MANNINO & GANONO.
Plaintiff's attorneys, whoso offlco
and post offlco addross Is Loomls
Building, Klamath Falls, Klamath
Aug. 29-5-12-19-20-Oct. 3-10.
A Bad Husband
l HOPE. THAT 3 HIM
THE PHONE NOW
TELL HIM WHAT I
OF HIM FOB RUINING THAT
fit v3HR 1 SOMETHING VOU (TSgBpVZT
j Hot Water Each Morning
Puts Roses in Your Cheeks ;
t Lvffi'lj.HRi VuilHKiKiHKsviillllllllllll !
3 liiiiiiiiiiYi4-1'' $ K SOT. ji'BUV A-.-'. VMttSaVJiallllllllM fi
To look one's best and feet one's best
Is to enjoy an Inside bath each morning
to flush from tho system tho previous
day's watte, sour fermentations and poi
sonous toxjnt before It Is absorbed into
the blood. Just as coal, when it burns,
leaves behind a certain amount of in
combustible material in tbo form of
ashes, so the food and drink taken each
day leave in the alimentary organs a
certain amount of Indlgestlblo material,
wnien ii not enminawo, lorra toxins anu
poisons which are then sucked into the
blood through the very dueU which are
inunaea io suck in oniy nouritnmcnx to
sustain the body.
If you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom In your cheeks, to see your rkln
et clearer and clearer, you are told to
rink every morning upon arising, a
glass of hot water with a teainoonful
of luncstono phosphate In it, which Is n
harmltM means of washing the waste
material and toxins from tna stonweh,
liver, kidneys and borwals, thus cleans
lag, sweetening and purifying the entire
Adversity Is often a blcBulng in dis
guise. A girl should novcr, throw away
bor old sllppors; tboy may bo
handy at her 'woddlng and much
handler In aftor yearn.
EAT LESS MEAT
Take n Gloss of Ball" to Flush
Kldnoys If Illnddrr Ilotlicm
Eating moat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble In some
form or other, says a well-known au
thority, becauso tho urlo acid In
moat oxcltcs tho kldnoys, thoy hn-
como overworked; got sluggish;
clog up and cause all sorts of dis
tress, particularly bachache and mis
ery In tho kidney roglon; rhoumn
tic twinges, severo headaches, ncld
stomach, constipation, torpid liver,
sloeplessness, bladdor and ' urinary
The moment your back hurts or
kldnoys aren't acting right, or If
bladdor bothers you, get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any good
pharmacy; take a tablespoonful In
a glass of water beforo breakfast for
a fow days and your kldnoys will
then act fine. This famous salts is
made from the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthln,
and has been used for generations to
flush cioggoa kidneys anu stimulate
them to normal activity; also to
neutralize the acids In tho urlno so
It no longor Irritates, thus ending
Jad Salts cannot Injuro any ono;
makes a delightful effervescent llth-la-water
drink which millions of mon
and women take now and then to
keep tbo kidneys and urinary or
gans clean, thus avoiding serious
kidney disease. A'dv.
MR. SMITH COMES
TO THE FRONT
Tells His Friends and Neighbors of
Every Klamath Falls " resident
should road what Mr. Smith says, and
alimentary tract, beforo putting more
food Into tlio stomach.
Girls and women with sallow skint,
liver Knots, pimple or pallid oomMiX
Ion, nUo those who wako up wlln
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath,
others w1k aro bothered with headaches,
bilious spells, aeld stomach or constipa
tion should begin this photphaUd not
water drinking ami are assured of very
pronounced rcftults in one or two week.
A nuartcr pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug store
but Is sufficient to demonstrate that Just
as soap and hot water cleanses, purlCee
and frnhens tho skin on the outside, ee
hot water and limestone phosphate act
on tlin Inidlo orrans. Wo must afcravf
consider that fnteninl sanitation la vast
ly more Important than outtldo cleanH
nets, liocnuio the tkln pores do not ab
sorb Impurities into the bload, while the
bowel pores do.
Women who desire to enhance the
beauty of their complexion should Jus
try this for a vthIc sdA notice result,
I follow his cxamplo. He has used
Dean's Kidney Pills and speaks from
experienco. Is thero any need to ex
periment with Imitations or untried
K.lit Spilth, plasterer, 1229 Lake
vlow Avo Klamath Falls, ssys: "My
1 work was a strain on tho kidneys ana
I hnd attacks, of kldnoy complaint,
Thoy mudo It most Impossible for me
I to do any lifting or stooping. My
back ached dreadfully and I had
novoro pains ncrnM my shoulders. My
kldnoys noted Irruguiurly, too. Doan's
Kidney Pills usod ns directed helped
mo wonderfully by rollovlng the
uclici and pains nml putting my kid
no b in good shapn."
1 I'rlco 60c, at nit dealers. Don't
simply nilc for n kldnoy remedy get
Doau'n Kidney Pills tho same that
I Mr. Smith had. Fostor-MUburn Co.,,
Mfrs., Buffalo. N, Y.
SSEE TEH KEEPS
When Mixed Willi Hulphur It
llrlngN I lurk llu Beautiful
Lustre At Once
Gray hair, howavor handsome, de
notes advancing ago. Wo all know
tho ndvantnges of a youthful appear
ance Your hair Is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When It
fados, turns gray, and looks streak
ed, Just a fow applications of Sage
Toa and Sulphur enhances its ap
pcarnnco a hundrodtold. '
Don't stay gray! Look youngl
Either proparo tho reclpo at homo
or got from any drug storo a bottU
of "Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com
pound," which Is moroly tho old
tlmo reclpo lmpro ed by the addi
tion of other ingredients. Thou
sands of folks rocommond this ready-to-uso
preparation, bocauso It dark
ons tho hair beautifully; besides, no
ono can possibly tell, as It darkens
so naturally and evenly. You moisten
a spongo or soft brush with It, draw
ing this through the hair, taklnstne
small strand at a time. Dy morning
tho gray hair disappears; after an-
otbor application or two Its natural
color Is rostored, and It becomes
thick, glossy and lustrous, and you
appoar years youngor. Adv.
YESJTJS ME! AND I'M GLAD YOO CALLED ,
Up- I WANT TO TELLYOU WHAT YOU DIDJ
WAIT A MINUTE NOTHING! WHAT? YOU
BOUGHT ME A NEW FUR NECK PIECE?
WHAT KIND? MOLESKIN,? THE KIND. '
THAT DRAPES OVER THE, SHOULDERS.!? .
uoumt? nu vnu heap' vps RihufilT
COME HOME EARLW! WHATWoOLW
FOR PINNEPr" OH,ULHrWt