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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tbe Evening Herald
. MVKRAT i..Bdltor
H. . BAKHOTT -. Oity-EaUor
Pabtlsfced dallr except-' 8unday,' by
Sit Herald Publishing 'Company of
JUasiaUs Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
ntared at tha postofflce at Kla
facta Nil, Ore., for transmission
tferoagh tha avails aa second-class
MUer. - -
MBMOBR OP THE ASSOCIATED
The Associated Preat U exclftslTely
entitled te the use for publication of
aM aewa dlspaleha, cHUted. to It,
eraet atherflse credited la this
aaeer, aad alia" the lew aowa p'ub
OfflBUV, .NOVHMBKR 14, 1021.
NEW TORK, Ner: U. Tbe Na
tieaal Tubareutoali Association re
ported todar that more than 6,000,
e. scboel children,' In the United
States were suffering from malnutri
tion. To. correct this, the aasocla
ttaa. soon will put Into effoct an
aalque plaa for Instructing theie
alldrea In correct health habits'. The'
ataa has been developed wlthho aid
ef.Dr. W. R. P. Emerson of Boston,
aatritloa expert' lEaeh child will
he reqalred through his teacher and
parents to submit a card Indicating
dally performance of 11 health chor--i
The cards read:
X was weighed this week on tho day
hacked (X). . '
Beside a good breakfast and noon
aad erenlag meals, I ate mld-morn-lag
and afternoon lunches, aa direct-
I 'ate oalr'Wholesomo food today, in
eliding vegetables,, fruit, and at least
aiplat of milk, sis directed; and tried
always to eat and drink, slowly.
I drank four glasaea of water, some
afore each meal, and.drank no tea,
aeffee, nor any injurious drinks.
I waa in bed last night tun or
ere hours, aa directed, windows
v.I rested lying down not less than
2S minutes both this forenoon and
I played In tho fresh air today, ex
ercising for 'the time and in the wny
I washed my bands before oath
I brushed my teeth thoroughly at-
ter breakfast and after the evening
I took a full bath on each1 of the
days of tho week that Is checked fX)
By doing these chores fpr five to
XUteen weeks, the child becomes' a
is.ro, or knight baronet and Is en
titled to wear the Insignia of the
Modern Health Cruaade. When he
galas normal weight, bemay, earn
advanced honors, by performing stan
dard Modern Health Crusade, chores
aad be admitted to the Health Round
Table 'through physical fitness tests.
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' aMOfillT Al'POrNTKD
ON BinXJRT OOJdMlTTKK
J The county'court mot Saturday nf
teraoon and among the actions tak-
' ' ' r o
, ea was me appointment :oi . d.
Orianbr to'take the place olf.tkni.
Adama aa-'aVfjHjinber of the"county
( hadget committee. Adam's was forc
ed to decline the appointment owing.
to a conflict wit personal business.
Mr. Crlgsby" Is well known In this
.' Manly and has accepted tho place.
Tbe budget' committee will sit1 with
the county court next month to fix
' the amount' of money needed for
Klamath county expenses during tbo
' year 1922. '
Ant order approving tho Hnal nc
counting In tho estate, of David M,
Dann, deceased, was made ny mo
. court. An order to' pay a dividend tb
" creditors of tbe late Ceorge C, Mlt
" eaell was made and Administrator
Lealle Rogers was ordered to'pay ten
per cent of aU .approved claims. Tbe
., amount of money'jon, "'hand was
MTASHINOTON, Nor. 14. Senator
B tan field will mako hla1922 appoint
ment' td tho Naval Academy at An
napo'lU and the Military Academy at
West Point by moans of a competi
tive examination. This examination
will be hold for Senator Stanfloid by
ttio U. 8. Civil Berrl.ce Commission on
Docombor SI. 1921,.ltt Corvallls,.Eu
Bono, Itood River,. MAMlanvillo,, Port
land and Salem, Oregon. ' '
App'olntmenta will -bo made by the
Senator according Cothe gradoa made
by the candldalca taking tne'exanjtna
tlon, aatroported tortilla y' thd ex
aminers of the Civil Service Commis
sion. ' ' '
(Thoro will be two Vacanclea at the
Naval A'cadomy, two prlnclpalshlps
and six alternateshlps; and two prln
.cicalshlpa and four altemateahlpa at
the Military Academy during 1922.
The off iciafayaiaiaauops .at aoubiw
lis are held du'rraWrjBary and Ap
ril., 1922, and ea!jlnt March 7J
1922. Senator Stanfield haa set the
date for the competitive examination
far ahead In oVderthat those success
ful therein may havo, plenty of -time
to prepare f or Uia official oxamlna
tlons. ' iys ,? t'
Tho ages it admlnsldn to,HVeiil
Point are 17 'to 22 yeari" and lo An
napolla 16 to 20 years. Any pung
man of the required age who' la a
bona tldo resident of the State of
Oregon la eligible to take theaxam
lnatlon. IFull particulars regarding
same may be had by writing to Hon
Robert N. Stanfloid, Room 444. Sen
ate Office Building. Washington , D
MKEH1NQ OK WOMKNfl
' AUXILIARY .TOMORROW 1KVB
The Women'a Auxiliary ot the
Aaerican Legion will meet tomor;
row. sight at ,7:20 a tba jChan
ber of Commerce rooms for the
purpose ot electing new officers for
the coming year, It waa announced
today by Mrs. J. H. Carnahaaf, pre
sident of the organisation. Besides
the buslneas ot electing new1 offi
cers the matter of fitting uj their
Slew Quarters In the basement of
.the courthouse building will occupy
a part of the evening. '
Mrs. Carnahan Bonds out a apo
dal appeal to any mother, sister,
or other relative of an ex-serrlco
man, who knows she Is eligible io
membership in the auxiliary, that
she call up either Mrs. Q. B. Cozad
or Mrs. Carnahan and make herself
city coupon; will pass ox
ELECTION RKTURNH TOYIGHT
Tho city council will' inoet this
evening at 8 o'clock to receive the
official reports of tho special refund
ing bond election Tuesday last, 'also
to check up tho returns of tbo can
vassing board, Justice Lem. L. Gag-
bagen, Mayor W. S. Wiley and Police
Judge Al Leavltt, who found that
428 affirmative against lll'negatlve
votes had been 'cast In thcolo'ctlon,
less' than 25 por cont of the regis
tered vote ot thq city. ,,
Thoro.' aro thlrty-nlno properties
In thta city which aro ready for salo
under tho delinquent tax aoctlon of
tho city ordinances and tho police
judgo la preparing tho notlcoa ot sale
for newapapor advertising thta wook.
The 'mayor said ho oxpoctQd, that
most ot tho meeting. tonight would
bo taken up with the proposed salo
ot the $86,000 refunding bondn to
tho three bidders who notified tho
council, prior to tho election that thor
would purchase the entlro allotment
upon ratification by tho popular voto
ot the Klamath Kails people.
CONSTRUCTING A CATTLK PAHS
Tom Dixon, county road super
visor., announced that a cattle pass
.waa being copstructcd .under the
bridge near tho Lytlo ranch about
S mlloa southwest , of Bonanza,
work .starting today. The. rocjc wall
wtU be erected first, thea the pas
sage andorneath compblted. Tho
bridge aad pass underneath must
conform to the standard sot by tbo
state engineer. -
W- O. T. ,U. MKHTINO
The W. G, T;. Uk will-,, meet at
the heme of Mrs. Qaorge Mallett.
708 Ninth Street; cor. of 'Grant at
2:30 o'clock tomorrow (Tuesday)
afternoon. All members are urged
- - -- --. v "a
to be present.
Strayod'trom my place' about threo
weeks , 'ago,-. a-8-yoar-old bay-mare,
branded K.J. on, .right; hlp(( left hind
leg, cat near ..hoof. Finder notify D.
Eventkoff; Olene, -Ore., antUrecelve
,i:'t ' w ,' -'7l4-i'6
PBQPLE5 COMET From allovor the
ctatea,to bo cured, by tho mineral
wator at- the New. Htot Springs Bath
NOTIOK 7 s
Crater Canton No. 7. I.tO. O. F",
will hold 1U first meeting ot tho win
ter on wod. evening, Nov. 16th. All
members are urcod to attend, 'as
plana for future work .are to '.be d)i
cussed. By ordor ot i f
W. C. Wells, Commaadaht.
WOMAN WANTS WORK By hour
day. Phone 3S7J,
FOR RENT Housekooplng and
sleeping rooms. ;Phono 337J. 14
WANTED 3 or 4 dozen whlto Leg
horn pullots. Phono 16F13. 14-18
PIIOKEf 1C3 Mecca Closed Taxi.
! ' 14-19
LOST On Kfeno road, Sunday, fe
malo colllo dog and small pup.
Call at Western Union. Howard.
ARE YOUR BOOKS POSTED To
datoT Incomo Tax Reports will
bhyo to be mado for Dec. 31st. If
you need 'assistance 'on' yoilr books,
call 299M. N14tf.
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for the benefit
Sacred Heart Academy
will be held at
U and I Hall
Thurs., Friday and Sat.
Admission Free Dancing Each Evening
, . .Houston & Fife Orchestra
FOR SALE 2 Durham cows; also
, brood how and boar. Old Sutton
' ' 14-15
A GOOD BED And a good bath at
Colonial Rooms, 11th near Main,
and 741 Walnut. Steam heat. 14.
LOST Friday- afternoon between
Klamath Falls and . old ICenlcy
flume, grey Patrick maiklnaw. Find
er pleaso call 3C7J. I 14-1C.
FOR aALE 1920 Ford touring.
Will allow good trnde on old Ford.
KLAMATH FALLS iAUTO . CO.
224 Main. Roy Call, Prop.
FOR RENT Furnished Apartment,
close In. CG Pine Street. 14-20.
flow Yeast Vitamon
; Tablets Put On
Phono 292W. 15-U
OHANGR ON CHARGES
FOR RECORDING PLATS
.County Cleric 'CharlejR. DeLap
has announced that a number of
changes have been made in the
' tees ok that office' and among them
aa the recording' of plats, the
ahargea will be: on 20" lota or loss,
$8.00;' 21 to 29 lots, $700; 30 to
4 lots, $'8.50; 50 to 74( lots; $10;
76 to 100, lots, $12.00 and over 100,
lets, three cents for oach additional
j lot. A Charge of $1;00 additional
t .will be made for, the approval 6f
L'Muy Iat by tbe county,, In addt-
Hundt IS jA f( 0i
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Thin or rundown folkil Take
Mastln'a VITAMpN two. taUcta
with every meal. Then weigh and
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regularly until you nre Ba(lCtii wfth
your gain In niltht and enerity.
MuUn's VITAMON cpntains hlglJy
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ib tho tvo other atlU niorc, important ,
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Soluble C). It Is now being uicd by
thousand! who 'appreciate Iti con- ,
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By increasing tbe nourUhtng power of
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Pimples, bolls and skin eruptions
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ail good clruEgtsu.,
FOR SALE 2 marcs, wagon, har
dness, holfor, etc, . Might trado for
city property, or lot. Box 1134,
.Klamath Falls, or inquire Old Sut
ton Ranch, Keno Road. 14-15
FOR RENT Furntshod apartments,
wood, light and water, $15 por
month..and. up. 133 N, 10th. 14-19.
Swiss Watch Repair Specialist
622 Main Street
Are Positively Guaranteed
to Put On Firm Flesh,
Clear the Skin and Increase
Energy When Taken Wkk
Every Meal or Money Back
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