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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IB, 1M1.
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LOST Botweon Klamath Falls and
Midland ono act of tiro chains
Finder ploase return to 'Link River
Buttery Station and receive reward;.
FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD
for two mon. Use ot phono and
bath. Apply at 901 Pine St. or phone
IGO-W. , 06tt
WILL TUB TWO young men who
called on the operator at the Star
theatre, Klamath Falls about March
6th, 1921, to learn moving picture
peratlng and electricity, please write
Roy O. Patch, Klamath Fall, Ore
r . 10-15
FOR RENT Room and board In prl
Tate family. 350 9th street.
FOR BALE Royal typewriter, 1003
High street ' 10-13
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING
nd two sleeping rooms. 39 High
St Phone 265-H. , 09-12
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
front room. Bath and phone. 512
Hi 9th St. 06tt
FOR SALE 100 purebred Mottled
tAncona pulieti, 6tt months old,
$3.00 each; 130 rods of rabbit proof
fence and 100 cedar potts. Going
way. Alice I. Miles, Merrill R. D..
r Stukel bridge. O10-ll-12
MOORE ROOMS UNDER NEW
management Ue and 31.00 In
cluding bath. 1313 Main. 07-14
HELP WANTED WOMAN FOR
cooking' and general housework '
No laundry. Good .wages. Address
Mrs. John Callman, Box 383.
WANTED MATRESS MAKING '
light upholstering work. See Wal-
Her Lewis, 336 Oak St. or 414
FOR 8ALE l-r-1920 6 passenger
Ford, Electric starter, good condi
Klamath Falls Aato Co.
Mala Phone 24(1
.STOCKTON LIVESTOCK CO.
SI N. W Dorado St. Stockton, Cal.
Phenes: 1B33, 15JS
.We are. In, the marketlfor Beef Cat
-tie, Fee'der Cattle, Carres, Hogs'
Snoop and Lambs. Write or wire for
Information regarding prices, etc.
STOCKTON LIVESTOCK CO.
SI N. El Dorado St. Stockton, Cal.
Phenes: 1SS3, 16J5
CITY GARBAGE Wben you wan
garbage removed, call top S3.
FOR SALE Ola newspapers at Her
WANTED Woman for general
housework. Good wages. Apply 415
Old newspapers tor sale at Herald
' WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
IS LESSONS GUARANTEED
" POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND
BEOINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS!
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE, NOV. 1STII
F. B. CLARK INSTRUCTOR
82C LINCOLN, PHONE 54 6 J
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
QIVEN AT YOUR HOME. tf
FOR SALE Young Rhode Island
Red, Whlto Leghorn and Plymouth
Rock roosters for breeding purpose.
B12 N. 9th street. 11-12
FOR RENT A fine dairy form. Call
910 Main street. 11-17
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11918 Bulck 4.
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Inqulro of J. C. . WRIGHT OR
QUICK BALKS AND 8KHVICK CO.
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
LOST K. P. watch charm. Return
to C. C. Low, Sheriff office. 11-12
FOR SALE Two bicycles
Call 408 N. 6 th street.
FOR RENT Steam heated room In,.!.,-,, mL ,-,, ...thin.
nriv.i f.miiv. Phnn 7.in. gleaner. Wnb caa tell me anything
private family. Phone 73R.
FOR SALE 52 Inch round top din
ing room table and Wedgewood
heating stove, used two months. 511
Main street Phone 320J. 11-12
Prints is Stolen
Elmer Moore, a resident ot Foa
Valley waa a caller In the offices
of J. C. Rutealc, a local lawyer and
amateur archeologtst, yesterday and
reported that the lava stones, which
he and hla brother found a few
years ago In the famous lava beds
south of this city, containing the
dear Imprints ot a prehistoric horse
had been stolen from his residence
In the valley, and that he Intended
to recover them.
Moore saya that the print were
aoout one nan the slse of the pre
sent day -horse and thousands of
years ago when the beds were In
the molding stage, the animal must
have unwittingly wandered Into the
beds before realizing where It was.
The find was made a few years ago
but the archeloglcal value never
realized until a conference with Mr.
With Recall by
When the announcement was made
y Judge KuykendaU, following the
lasj outbreak of the county prisoners
-onflned In the city Jail, that In the
'uturo he would order county 'guests'
'ent over to Jacksonville for confine
ment, an anonymous letter was sent
the court that should he take such
in action and pile up additional ex-
icnse on the county, a petition would
bo circulated for his recall at once,
Should too writer ot the letter1 be
caught he is liable to prosecution for
contempt of court.
"Should the court see fit to take
precautionary measures against es
capes ot prisoners, it Is entirely with
in its proving to Issue such an or
der,' said Judge KuykendaU today.
Old California and :
s Nevada Mined Open
SACRAMENTO, Oct., 12 A prov
nounceci revival or activity in the
gold mining fields of northern Cali
fornia and Nevada, -where the 49era
once operated la. being manifested,
according to roports reachlnr this
city, and most of it, .it Is believed, Is
due to the declining cost of materials
used In gold mining operations. Re
duced cost of labor also Is a factor In
the renewal of activity.
iWlthln the last two wcoks much
work has been begun In the Mother
lode district In Amador and Calaveras
counties of California as well as In
the Grass Valley district of this state.
Nevada gold and sliver mines both
are showing signs of awakened Inter
est. Herald classified ads pay you.
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"This morning" said the teacher
ot an early Sunday school class! "The
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' ilintil RtiltiV"
A small boy raised his hand.
"Well, Willie," aald the teacher
encouragingly, "What do you -know
And Wlllfe piped out In a small
shrill little veice: "He cleaned up
fifty nine home runs this season."
A great many pooplo object to pay
the amusement tax after they are
disgusted Instead ot amused.
It's dollars to doughnuts that the
husband of the woman who nurses a
poodle leads more of a dog'a life than
la Real Life.
A voice called up the tube,
"I am Opportunity. I want
"Next flat," sighed the man, and
went back to figuring-on his Income
Right on top of those energetic
boot-blacks .who are building, a mil
lion dollar hotel with the proceeds ot
tholr brushes, comes the story of one
David Boles of Greenwich, Conn.,
who got a good shine for $2000 the
other day by the simple expedient ot
using his ahoe as'a bank and forget
ting to remove his roll when he sent
the shoes out to be cleaned up. , He
shared aomewhat In said clean-up
We are dissatisfied with ourselves
In meeting a man with less sense who
earns more than we do until we
meet another man with more sense
who earns less.
In future years, both parties will
brsg about winning the war, but It to
doubtful If either will brag about
the shipping board. ,
It none would hear
A lie would lack a handle;
It needs both tongue and. ear
To make a scandal.
Roy Durbln says, 'A man who does
not advertise Is like a blind man In
a dark room looking for a' black hat
that Isn't there."
Some dealers do not figure on what
they ought to have, but what they
can get consumers to pay.
Do you remember way back when
there was nobody on your four-party
line when you wanted to phone the
missus you'd bo home right away for
I ask you.
A woman will forgive her husband
most anything but blurting out her
age, says Al. Leavltt.
Ono tlmo there was a fair young
thing with hoobed hair and plucked
eyebrows and everything who had two
gompman friends Daddies, as they
call 'em now. One of them wus an
easy spender, loose as ashes. .He
Might As Well Make It Wort While
ijy'tKtmBsWy wip '1
drowpay Saturday evening and had
It all spont on tho girl by Sunday
ovohtng tho usual thing you know,.,
flowors motor rides, thoatros, cnmly,
nil such. Tho other follor novor guvo
tho girl anything but tho light of hla
countenance. Ho waB tlghtor tliau
aovontecn bootlecgors, but ho was ro
putod to havo savod onough to pay
tho national debt ot Patagonia. When
tho tlmo came for LUzIo (Yop, hur
namo was Lizzie) to make lior Groat
decision she figured It this way: "If
I got hooked up with this amateur
Santa Claus, I will always bo hungry
becauso ho wilt always bo broke. Ho
would willingly spend his last nickel
on me, but a slcklo will be .nil ho
will ever have to spend. On tho
other hand, If I marry tho other bird
I will never be ablo to pry ton cents
out fit htm, and will go through lite
wearing cotton stockings and a mar
So saying, she got a Job In the
laundry, gave both suitors the, air,
and lived happily ever after.
import and Export'
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct.. 12
The department of commerce report
ed today that the values of Imports,
and exports of merchandise had fallen
off materially during the month ot
September and that Septombcr Im
ports ran 1180,000,000, the lowest
record ot any month this year. No
explanation is forthcoming from the
department relative to the reason for
the decided slump in the Import lino.
Herald clasaitlod ads moan tho best
Ml OLD RECIPE
Bafo Tea and Sulphur Turns
Gray, Faded Hair Uiirk
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly com
pounded, i brings back the natural col
or and lustra to the hair when fadod,
streaked or gray. Years ago the only
way to get this mltxura was to
make it at home, which Is mussy
Nowadays we simply ask at any
drug store for "Wyeth's Ssge and
Sulphur Compound." You will get
a large bottle of this old-time recipe
Improved by the addition of other
Ingredients, at very little cost. Ev
erybody uses this preparation now
because no one caa possibly tell that
yoa darkened your hair, as It does
it so naturally and evenly. You
dampen a sponge or soft brush with
It and draw this through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time;
by morning the gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two,
your hair becomese beautifully
dark, thick snd glossy and you look
years yoanger. Adv.
WEAK WEARY WOMEN
Lean the Caaae of Dally Woea and
When the back-aches and throbs,
When housework is torture,
Wben night brings no rest nor
When urinary disorders set In,
' Women's lot Is a weary one.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for, weak
Have proved their worth In Klam
This Is one Klamath Falls wom
an's testimony. '
Mrs. Dora Bruloy, 911 Upham St.,
says: "I. know the valuo ot Doan's
Kidney Fills and can't say too much
tor them. My kidneys were 'weak
and I bad such pains across my back
that I could hardly do my housowork.
I became run down and tlrod easily,
especially mornings. After I took
cold tho troublo was always worso
and the action of my kidneys was
Irregular. Doan's soon stopped the
backache, that tired worn out feeling
left and my kidneys acted regularly."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy got
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Bruley had. Foster-MUburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
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OP THE PEOPLE SHE. CAN SEND
INVITATIONS TO t ,BUT.- ,
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SHOWER- WHVALINEN 5H0WEC?
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.Jthe ideal m fhod , .
Electrically equipped kitchens hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
are cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
stoves. The expense is' surprising
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
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KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
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Hot Water. Each Morning
, Puts Roses
To look one's beat and fttt one's best
It to enjoy an Inside bath each morning
to nmb trout we system tne previous
day's waste, sour frrme ntatlons and poi
sonous toxins before it Is absorbed into
the blood. Just as coal, when it burns,
leaves oenind a certain amount 01 in
combuitlblo material in the form of
aihcs, so-tbe food and drink taken 'each
day leave tn-Uie alimentary organs a
certain amount ot indigestible material,1
wmen ii not eliminated, form toxins and
tifklaina vrlili-li nrA fhnn tiffins! Info 4li
blood through the very uucta wjilch are
inicnacu vo buck in oniy nouriiumenx to
tuitaln the body.' ' '
(If you want to sco the glow of healthy
bloom in your checks, to see your skin
get clearer and clearer, you are told to
drink every morning upon arising, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoon ful
of llmcstono phoephateln it, which Is a
harmless means of washing the waste
i material and toxins from the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying the entire
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food into the stomach.
Ulrls and women with sallow skins.
llrcr spots, pimples or pallid, complex
ion, swo ttiono who wslco tin with a
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath.
others who are bothered with headaches,
bilious spells, acid stomach or constipa
tion should begin this phosphated hot
water drinking and aie assured of very
pronounced results In one or .wo weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phos-
fhata costs very llttlo at tho drug store,
ut is sufficient to demonstrate that lusb
as soap and hot water cleanses, purifies
and freshens the skin on ilia outside, so,
hot water and llmcstono phosphate act
on tho Inside orcans. We must alwavs
consider that Internal sanitation is vast
ly more Important than outside cleanll-.
ness, because ,tlio skin pores do not ab
sorb Impurities Into bo bloed, while the
bowel pores do.
Women who desire to enhanoa the
beauty, of their complexion should lust
try this for a week and notice results. '
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