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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. i. HUttHAY
K. J. IIAHKKTT
Published dntlr cscopt Sunday, by
Tbi) Herald rubllahlng Company of
, Kla-atb Falls, at 11V Klghlh Blrcel.
"' Entered at tho posloffleo at Kla
math Kails, , Ore,,, (or transmission
tlirouxli llio tnalla m second-class
Mr.mircu or Tim associated
Tho' Associated t'rcia la exclusively
enllllisd to tho use (or publication of
all nowi dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwise credited In till
puper, and nlio tho local news pub
Tiit'itHDAV, )i:a:Miti:u t, idsi,
I WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter tho Herald will publlah
the mean and maximum tempera-
turn ana precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation tervlco
station. Publication will rover the
dar previous to the paper'a Issue, up
lo t onocK.oi l no nay,
today. They nro guests at tho Ar
Walter Robinson la n county sct
visitor from Merrill.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Max. Mlfi. clpltatlon
Noeirtbr'l ."J 8 35
November 3 69 34
"NSvcmber 3 59 33 -
November 5 . 60 40
TCotembcr'S -T66 39
Jo'vember7 .... C4 -2
November 8 60 33
November- 9 .... 64 29 .
November 1060 35 -
November 11 .43 24
November 134 27
November 1362 31
November 14 .5 7 37
November IC 42 25
November 17....39 20
November IS rtl 11
November 1942 2S
November JOSI 40
November 21 46 41
November 2247 " 3S f
November 2J..50 29
November 24 43 34
November 2S45 31
Nevember 26.S3 31
November 2743 34
November 28.38 22'
November 29 41 31
November 30;48 40
I'lllMT WOMK.V HAItlllSTKIIS
CAl.t.Kn TO IRISH HAIt
DU1IUN, Dec. I - Miss K. l f
Kyle and Miss A. It. 8, llovcrell.l
Irish women bnrrlslcrs, the first In
the United Kingdom. Imvo Just
been called to tho Irish liar by
Lord Chief Justice, Molony. They
nro free) to practice nt once, but
their work l restricted to Ireland.!
Iti'Witrol Unless jiiii see llm mint.
'It.ijor'' on piii'l,ni;! or on tnliliMs )
unj lint getting-gemiHio Ainlilti r
scribed by pli)nlduns fur twenty-tin.
jo.trt and prtned safo by million
Take Aspirin only na told In tin
Precipitation for month 2.8
Hl'XTKIW WATC1I KOIt
su.MtisK and suxskt
lMr. and Mra. Jock Thompson and
children, Jack Jr.. and Helen, left
this morning for San Francisco fur
nn Indoflnlto visit illb friends and
relative. They were accompanied
br Mra. Del D. tlnmmon, who will
spend tho holidays with her parents,
returning early In tho now er.
W. II. Parker, manager of tho Kla
math Development company, who re
cently returned from a business trip
to Portland, left on the train this
mornliiR for San Francisco.
Jim divan, n stockman from the
Illy district, Is In town today tin busl
Marlon Nine, of tho Nluo Lumber
company, spent today tn the city
cIcanhiK up the business of tho Amer
ican Legion entertainment at the
Star theatre last night,
A. J. Jaenlcke, u member et the
United States forestry service who
spent several months Here preparing
tor the tight against tho pine beetle,
left on tho morning train for Port
land headquarters of the service. Mr.
Jaenlcke but recently returned here
from San Kranclsco, where ho spent
several weeks on n combined business
and pleasure trip.
Orb Campbell was a county seat
visitor yesterday from his farm nt
Sam Dixon nude a business trlp There's n triple bill on itt fie
Into town yesterday and transacted Strand tonight, an entire change
business with Klamath Kails mer.- from last night's offering. Tho
chants. .screen attraction Is "The tSIrl
A. Kallna, a prominent merchant Alaska." which Is said to be tho
from Malln spent yesterday In town only production for which every
for tho purpose of meeting with tho scene was taken In Alaska. It Is1
budget committee. j brimful of thrills and pathos and ti remove overy hard corn, soft torn '
R. o Spink drove Into town es- "as n urlp that is certain to hold' or corn between the toes, and tho cal I
lerdar In anile of the storm and pur- ,no 'merest of tho audience from luses. without n particle of pain.
chased supplies for his country home ,art 'o finish. There Is not a dull -
on Spring creek l,po1 ,n ,nc ""if" program, wmen
W. J. noberts. ono time merchant; wlM ,DC""' " ,h f?11"8 P'
of this city, returned to hi. now home, " w "e, of r
l M.tf,J .hi. mnrnlnr . sev. T1,rC "" "nusally big list of
eral da) a business visit here.
AT KOHT KI.M.TII
Captain Dtetrlck, noted s.-trnt
lsts. oH-ned the Kort Klamath an- JayPP lurkngB for Cold. Headache
nuai i,n.iuiauqua Saturday night. Neuralgia. Itheumntlsm. IMrnoho
November 36, lth a fascinating Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain
lecture on astronomy nnd plant, iramly tin boxes of twehf Itnyet
and animal life. Tablets of Aspirin cost few cent
Music. Impersonations, and nil' Druggists also sell Inrger packages
earnest lecluro made up the pro-i Aspirin N the trade mark of llatvi
gram for tho second night. Mr i Monufsi'iir.) (,f Menoarellencldestoi
Pamell entertained with hit nc- of fallcyllcncld. adv.
cordcon and gave very good lml
personations and Mr. V. I Shep-,
herd lectured upon tho subject of
"Tho Douse Wo Lle In".
"COUNTHV STDItK" AXD
VAl'DKVII.I.K AT STHAMI
Corns Lill Off
Drop n little "Krccxono" on an
.idling ofn. Instantly that corn slops
hurting, then shortly you lift II right
off nltli flngors. It doesn't hurt n
Your druggist sells a liny bottle of
"Kreojono" for a few cents sufficient I
I prlrcs for the "Country Store.
'and as Jack Polk, eccentric com-
'and as Jack Polk, eccentric com-
E. A. Davis of Merrill arrived last ,,, ,dd tae aI,lrlhllpn l0
TO DARKEN I
The Herald announces the fol
lowing hours of sunrise and sunset
for the first week In December
and to assist hunters from being
arrested for Illegal shooting, the sug
gestion Is mado to follow tho law,
"Begin shooting one-halt hour before
sunrise and stop at sunset." Xook
over the tablo and "keep out of trou
Dec 1 7:23 4:37
JDec. 2 7:24 4:36
Dec. 3 7:25 4:35
Dec. 4 7:26 4:34
Dec. C 7:27 4:33
Dec 6 7:28 4:32
Dec 7 7:30 4:31
IN SHEEP FIGHT
J. H. Carnaban, secretary of the
Klamath Wool Growers' association
this morning stated that thero was
BO nows of rescinding the order Is
sued by State Veterinarian Iversen
night and Is attending to business
matters hero today.
Jf. M. Johns and Oscar Johnson ar
rived on last nlght'a train from San
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chalmers are
Klamath Kails visitors this week
from their home In Weed.
L. Dohmond and wlfo are city
guests from Medford, having arrlv
vd last nlgbt.
O. I). Durch, who resides tn the
Fort Klamath section. Is a county
seat visitor today.
T. L. Snook la here this week from
Cblloquln attending to business mat
Mrs. T. N. Wiley and baby were
passengers on the morning train
bound for Houston, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. James Watklns
and children left this morning tor
Ashland, whero they wilt visit for
Mrs. T. L. Stanley and sons
were passengers on the train tnis
morning bound for Ashland where
they will spend several weeks, lat
er being joinea oy r. oiann-y,
who will be detained here tor tho
next few weeks.
Charles Roberts left on tho mor
ning train for Los Angeles where
he will be detained for a short
time on business.
C. C. Saucer, of Dunsmuir, is a
business visitor here today.
D. W. Cieavy, a rancher in we
WE SAY MUSIC H
K CHRISTMAS m
ft or an tiu Ki" yi H
HC "Initio tiling H
H at imi'-ti nil HH
V ' i. tho n HH
Bl 1-lttlH (HMD tlWl'O H
H n mouth H
H it to do neatly uioro H
H bit in. ttili than H
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MTr4 fcC M 1 t-, I r1 ' J i !" If M
MlErls,lri " B ri
lfiBH Ho II MvH
h'8, 'Tl", V1' J"." in bf " S" Tea ami Sulplmr T.ir...
real kick Injected Into awarding ;-,,, Faded Hair Dnrk
tho prltes which will take place nnd Clnuy
promptly at S-30. j Almost ereryono knows tint Sag
The vaudeville attraction ihU'Tca and 8ulpbur. properly com
week Is a genuine treat, somothlng ' pouml'1, br,n back the natural col jhows, Sufferers from akin troublo sago or attended by a sensation of
out of the ordinary Jack p0k ' ' ,"ou"1 0"1"1" ,ma" Jar of Montho. seaming, stop eallni: wat mni get
dcesn't do anything "but talk and -H . r. "? Y"i? " lh 0,'.l ' Sulphur from any good druggist and about four ounces of J Jd Hall. In.m
7fc . . nnf,n,n ,"1 ,,S,K "rtwJr ,0 1 nl mltxurs) was n . k . SUy phnrmac); take n Inblespao.iful
threaten to sing, but from themaka It at home, which Is ruuss ' " " "K" f0'" """" A"y , in a r.la3 of w.it.r before break-
moment of bis entranco to his final and troublesome. y," " 7j ; ,' . , " I fast and In a few diys your kidneys
exit, the audience Is kept In a con- nowadays we simply ask at -in' Mill I l I llllll II will art fine This famous salts Is
UUII ilLH t
Haley and Trebor, the
singing and monologue team,
tlnuous shimmy of giggles. Ills '"ru ,,oro 'or "Wyeth a Hago am'
performance last night was hwlU a?UT .C'0''? wl" Ke'l
... . , . t , a large bottle of this old-time reclpi '
ly enjoyed and more so as he lms'mnrovcj by lh a,,llllon of oltin.
posted himself on local conditions. Ingredients, at very little cost. I '
with which he points many of his erybody uses this preparation now
Jests. because no ono can Possibly tell that1
clever) T011 darkened our hair, aa It dor
met " na""a"T nn o'"niy. o. rilU, ,.,, f Mlm
a hearty recentlon In their elev.rir.'"T".r .' .V i1' "1' "'"" "' ul Hurl, or llliid.lcr
,,..., ' ' "" urnw inis inrougn your iiair i
skit "Marriage." Tonight they will taking one small strand at a time
put on anomer piece or satirical. by morning the. gray hair disappears
comedy, "Work." and after another application or two
,,.., ,. , ... , . yur hair bocomese beautifully
Among tne many prlxes to be ..v ,,,..,, .., , ., .... ,.t
given away at the "Country store" ..: ,nBnrA,w
tonight are: 2 chickens; 3 lbs. of -
bscen: 1 lb. Wellman's coffee; 1 4
made from llm acid of grsprs and
'liiiion juice, combined with llthla.
and 'urn been used fur grnerailons to
flush nnd stliiiiil.ii) I hn klilnera. nlko
to tiuutrallie I he arlds In urine mi II
no longer causes irrlimiui. llnu ml
ling blaildor weakness.
I Jad Salts i lnexhuslto and ran
Your not Injure: makes s delightful rf
Mnny readers will profit by Ihn foV
Mm II W (Irlmea. 411 lh HI ,
Klni'i.illi rails, sas' "I ran tecom
inxiul Dran. Kidney Pills as a rail
able romrily for I have ti ! them
with brnrflt My kidneys were weak
and I had sovern baeknrhrs and a
sorencivs over my klilno).. Morn
Ins. I felt dall and languid and my
lddney. didn't nrt right Doaii'i
Kidney Tills nn.i Just the remedy to
correct llm Irntililw. They relieved
Ihn barkarhe and all signs of kidney
I'rlrn (Or, nt all dealets Don't
slnli nsk fr t i"rftir riMn-dygpt
IDr.il. Kidney Pills- Inn i...-.i that
.Mrs tlrlmna had Kosti-r-Mllburii
I furvi'srvnt lltliln-wali-r drink which
nverynno should Inko now nnd then L'u., Mtrs., Iluffalo, N. V
tn keen llm kliiiryi rle.ni nnd nr '
lb. can smoking tobacco; 1 lb, Cey
lon tree tea; E botes Sweet Shop
chocolates; 1 lb. M. J. II. coffee;
targe package Paradlso soda crack-1
V. .- T
u tun ur nullum nuu via iiiuu ..... a . i i,w. a , ., ii..i.
regularly can make m.s.ako by " ' m,.: .... ..VVITIXt. IWMttol
(Ij.IiIur Ihn kldnoyi occniloiiallr. f nT0U,inK Mn,llw Kinney ruuitiua I Oil riMl.Mmil.MI
- a uell'kiiown authority Meat. tl'ns. Ailv. I'lltlt i:UUllMi:T
formi uric nchl which cxcltoa the! , , . -- rroronU wilt Im rrcr'jvifil hf lh
klilnovi. tlirv tiDcnntn (ivrNwnrknt ! . nn-p . t r.,s. . i .. t n... iim ..t tri.
I with ttlM -tPtlltl f-nf al1tt;r.t1i nml fill, tl 4T I T WvVlCil I ... -1 1. Lll - . tl...l
... .. - v nitiM ss.ni - lllltllll " tl iv, wi I'Alfll, Ut Tl II1CIUU
of California, and that tho Oregon ;,,, Taer action. U hero for
ut-cimca were maraiog lime in
tho absence ot its expected Issuance.
Carnaban said he waa again ad
vised this week that the United
States Bureau ot Animal Industry
was ready and willing to Issue cer
tificates ot health for the Ore
gon sheep to pass south to their
winter grounds in California as
they are satisfied from the reports
a few days looking after business
Walter O. West. Klamath Indian
superintendent. Is In tho city today
from the Klamath Agency.
D. T. Oodsll Is a Klamath Kails
business visitor this week from his
home at Lakevlew.
John T. Coats ,an Olene ranch
er, made a business trip Into town
yesterday and purchased supplies
made by H. E. Armstrong, a fed
eral Inspector, that Oregon beep;from ,, merehantIc
r au.o.u.e.y .reo irom acao.es. , John ,-.,.,-, an extensive
In 1920 an ordor was Issued by. ,. n tne Algoma region, wis
the animal bureau requiring two) n town thls morning. '
dippings during the summer of all. A imsksbII Is a county seat business
Oregon bands In a strong aolutlon. ymtor today from bis ranch near
or suipnur ana lime aa the scabies
disease was reported to be headed
this way from Idaho. Oregon
sheepmen compiled readily with
the bureau order and practically
alt the sheep bands were under
the direct supervision of Arm
strong. During this year In the
months of September. October and
November, Armstrong made week
ly Inspections of the sheep ranged
on the forest reserves for evidences
' ' of scabies and found none. Scabies,
he said, la a contagious disease
.transmitted from the bedding
grounds, also from posts, trees or
sage brush with which the sheep
come in contact.
The Klamath wool growers feel
' that even though they do not go
to the winter range this year, ow
ing to the lateness of the season,
still the fight must go on for their
future protection. The expectation
Is that the dipping order matter
will be definitely settled very
shortly and that the settlement!
will govern the future grating ot
'' the Oregon sheep bands In Califor
nia. Carnahan said he hid hopes
that Influence could be brought to
Karr, rk ann .-.run Easily Made
Kntrxitli, Hn. HN-i'iallst
Any breaking out ot tho skin, oven
to filter tho waste and poisons from
j tho blood, then wo get sick. Nearly
all rheumatism, lumilachcs, liver
troublo, nervousness, dltilneis,
I sleeplessness and urinary dlsordeis
I come from sluggljh kldnuys.
Tho moment ou feet n dull nrhu
in inn KinnoT. ur vnur iwick nuns
or If tho urlnn Is cloudy, offen.lvu, 1
full of sodlmcnt. Irregular ng pas-
WANTED Writing desk In good ' "ory' l,cllng ccxema, can bo qulcklv
condition. Inquire at Herald of-1 overcome by applying a little Mentbo-
lfe- 1-3. Sulphur, declares a noted skin spe-
v-nn iirvr . . . , ' clallst. ilecause of Its germ destroy-
'Oil KET furnished two room i , ., ... , ,
apartment; 527 Klamath Ave. '" l"l'"M. UU sulphur prepars
Phone 461. t J Hon begins at onco to soothe irrlt.v
' ( ted skin nnd heal eruptions such is
CimiSTWAS TIIEKS-Krom 1 to 15 ra,h, pimples and ring worm.
I'lrnl) uf Tliriii ill Klnmnlli Tall,
nml (iniHl Itrnxiu fur It,
Wouldn't any Homun b happy.
Aflrr years nf backache suffering.
Days of mlsvry .night nf unrest,
Thn distress of urlnnry troubles,
When she finds freedom.
, lug M P M of DiK-ember 19. 1921,
for furnishing thn city with ono (I)
trlpln rumhlnatluii pumping, chem
ical and hose car Proposals accom
panied by specifications In bo sub
mitted for ruo, 7,'u and t.OUO gallon
A 1.. I.HAVITT, Pollco Judge.
Ily order ot tha Common Council.
N33 to DS Inc.
It seldom falls to remove the tor-
feet, 25c. and un. T'lacn vnnr or
ller nOW and rnt Ihn hi.il IWInn
. "- ..... -.. . .. w. J , , ,,.. . , ...
Uros.. Thono 50C. or call at (120 Mar. I """" "' uwiiBiiromeiii, ann yim uu
aet m. i , not navo to watt for relief from cm
J harrassment. Improvement quickly
run nni,r--iv acres, a miles out,
M,wvi iiiK.ifii. luaui ii.ii in al
falfa. Address Ilox 23. Herald.
AltCADK TlU.NHKKIt KKItVICK
Ilaggago and frunlturo ninvlnr
Local and long distance hauling.
mono 569J, Dl-31
a .. - ,. . . . '80B ItEPAiniNd Jack Krost. th
8. 8. McCallum came In on last Hti. jBeobs ,0(.k 0penreven,n
night's train from Dorrls. Itlll 9 o'clock. 1-7,
J. W. Dressier, of Medford, and I
E. T. Stanles. of Ashland, both of . ""' l.Ti. "ur to carry paper romo.
whom are interested In the ell
well operations In the Rogue river
section, left this morning on their
return trip after several clays spent
here exhibiting samples uf their oil
Mr. and Mr.. Cliff Kmllh. of
........ .... ... .....'.... CHKIKTMAH IIAAAIl
Liaaeriew, wno since uciooer nave , ...,. .j , . . L.
....... . . location good, prices right, ser
vi.iiea in oena, iscomu, inrtiana.vico prompt and courteous, you will
and Corvallls, are guesls at tho find at this sale In Presbyterian
Arcade hotel this week. While In " " n Jlir . " eln Bn', ,no' 0nen
Klamath rail- m, .na m,. B-i,m10 A- " P. M. Friday (to-
Itit hi at least 12 vcars old. An
Ply Herald office. i.o
LOST netween Klaamth Falls nnd
Kirk. Ore.. 1 34 X 4H Ooodynar
A, W. T Cord Casing and rim. Find
er notify Acnio Motor Co. ateward.
Klamath Falls Mr. and Mrs. Smith
expect 4o visit part of the time at
the home of Ilev. and Mrs. Sim
J. J. Hanley, a guest at the Ar
cade hotel left today for Weed, Cal
Ifornla. T, O. -Wilde and wife, of Malln,
spent yesterday and this morning
In the county seat looking after
J. F. Myers, ot Bonsnia, Is In
town today purchasing supplies
morrow). Come, shon and enloy a
cup oi tea wnen you wish to rest.
Your gift problems solved hore. Sco
tho beautiful and useful things.
Bags, aprons, food, candy, potted
bulbs, etc. etc.
COLONIAL ONE ROOM CABINS for
(housekcenlnir. Onn vnmni nt 7J1
FOR SALE 2nd band heating stov
es. 'Colonial Rooms, 11th and
Main Sts. l
Hector McAullffe Is spending a
tew days hern from hi. r.nrh him. FOR 8 ALE 1400 takes Chalmers
W.- .. -.-.. . . . ..w,,,w, m ..w.r ... .......
Z .!. " mreoit or at Fort Kltmth. .... -liw CI rm w'8ra
Callferal. which would Indue, him! Bd Turner an d Bert j0hn.JIitt.,.:.5,,rffi2.: eh.! !?." 1. "it
J liberal Policy.
i. ....i-i . i. ...... i ' " "" "M.,n iruunu, j-naine nrsi class con
"'T.'"" "? ' Wim uncJlfl- enme into town Innt night from dltlon. A ml map If tiken at once,
nrt(Wllf -ItltUit. ,
Wrrlll and ore tyln ovr hriic" iii9 Ma,n ,,ret or Phona 648J
H. J. WINTERS
Pbpne 149-W 713-714 Malp
Our First Anniversary
We Close Our First Year with this Statement
Loann and Discounts .' $31,828.!J2
United States Bonds 105,509.52
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank, Warrants, etc 0,341.80
Bank Premises, Furniture and 'Fixtures 31,979.77
Redemption Fund 5,000.00
Interest Earned 3,329.79
Cash and due from Banks 114,001.14
Capital Stock $100,000.00
Undivided Profits :. 1,5(54.10
National Bank Notes Outstanding 100,000.00
We arc pround of this successful record, which Iwe attribute
to tho loyal support of our patrons, the vaBt resources tributary
to the City of Klamath Falls, and the conservative management
of our bank.
We are seeking new business on .our record.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
, WCVit II.