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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
i:. JMUItllAV M
I'ublliliert dullr except'8uniJir. by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 11 Eighth 8trctt.
Entered at the postofflea at Kla
math Falli. On., for transmission
through Ibo mails ai tecond-clat
MKMtlEll OF TUB ASSOCIATED
Tlio Associated Press la exclusively
entitled to tho ute for publication or
all nana dispatches crodlted to It,
or not othorwlio credited In thU
paper, and alto the local uewa pub
FKIUAVi JANUA11Y 10, 1023
FRENCH SLANG HELD
OF HIGHER QUALITY
THAN ENGLISH KIND
Stracd from my ptnro In Mills
addition, 1 liny mnro, no lirnnd,
shod. I.nM seen near Spring tako
school. Kinder plcasn notify 0, Wll
lard Smith. Phone S4SJ 12.14
Men's Leather Overcoats nnd Sheep
lined eo.it. S the regular price
K K K Store
KOK SALE Dry limb
Costal, I'hono 109W
vv ood AI
CI.UVKI.AKU, Jan. 10 Fronch
Inns I of a higher quality than
English slang, which has been Im
proved but llttlo alnco Its InTontlon,
according to Dr. Clarence Stratton,
director of English In the Clovclnnd
public schools. Tho French alantc Is
moro auggcsUva and more picture
squoj It's clo or which English
slang often Isn't, Dr. Stratton said.
"Tako tho case of George Huth
tho world's champion home run hit
ter, for Instance," the director con
tinned. "To call him Babe and then
to tranilato Babo Into Bambino '
thero'a nothing clever In that. But the
man who first called a left-handed
l pitcher a southpaw had a real Idea
Likewise, to say a pitcher has a glass
nrm la ckTCr and descriptive.
"Has somebody handed you a lem
on T That's an ancient bit of alang
Likewise, to find yourself In an aw
ful pickle. Probably both expressions
originated becauso of the aour qual
ity of lemons and pickles. They are
oxpresslve and suggestive. Tho boy
who first called a girl a peach also
hnd a real Idea,
"One of two things always bap
pens to slang. It Is discarded quickly
or It Is Incorporated into the langu
age three or four generations later.
"Slang originates In a desire for
emphasis. Seeking emphasis wo re
sort to flguratlro language. And fig-
uratlro language at Its best, becomes
a figure of speech."
Dr. Stratton aald he Is not an advo
cate of slang. A constant use of It I;
tho resort of tha man or woman too
lair to seek out the proper words.
PLANTED IN STATE
DURING YEAR 1921
FOIt SALE 76 acres Improved lr
rlgnlrd land on Merrlll-IC P. htah
way, clear; about SO acre nlfnlfa,
a flno one-man dairy, hog and chick
en ranch, price vut.bo per acre:
terms. Ilov SCI, Klamath Falls. Ore
It you want to sell It, buy It, trade
It, or find It, try a Herald classified
STEAM ItEATI'.n rooms $.1.50 per
week. Lnrgo. well lighted tobby,
shower biths. Nn' winter rates
Central Hotel, J. 1. Ward. Mgr. 9tf
SEE Oil It CRATKTl LAKE Pictures
boforo oti buy elsewhore. Rtln-
son Photo Shop. N3Itf
APPLES, cooking nnd eating. II 5
a box postpaid, send check A
Wolfe, lloguo Illvcr. Ore 12-14
FOR SALE 4 purebred Poland
China pigs, throo months old. sub
ject to registration, $10 each V L
Purdy, Merrill. Oregon.. i:-14
WANTED- 3 or 4 room houso, Have
Dort car for first p.iymont. Hiu
J08 Winter-.' Illdg. 1S-13
Price reasonable i
UK11K VK AUK .UIAIN!
White Leghorn lluby Chicks
Hatchrd exclusively from our nnn
lien that aernged for tho )eur 192 1,
1S1 egg, each for the whole, flock
This Is the real test of merit, rather
than the achievement of n tew select
ed from a Urge flock ami foil on
plo and Angel food at a laying run
test. We have greatly anJnrgtd our
plant and aro prepared, to hatch fifty
thoatamt chicks durln-rthe ssssnn
Order early and got them nhtn
Price per 10t. January and Feb
ruary $15.00; March and April $12..
SO, May and June $11 SO. Pure bred
P (locks and It I tteds hatched on
Mavvxood Toultrr Farm, t'ornlnr.
SAGE TEA KEEPS TRY SULPHUR ON
YOUR HI DARK AN ECZEMA SI
Little and Ownoinc Troiihlo
AIumiM Over MkIiI
Wlirn Mlvrtl With Hulphur It Urlng ' ""
llneh It lloaultful l.uMrc
' ' "f i Any breaking out of tho akin, man
., , , , , , , tlery, Itching ocieinn, can ho quickly
CIrny hair, however hat.d-.ome. do-morcmo ,,y n,,,,yMr Metilho-H.il.
netos advancing nge. We nil know',,,,,,. .i.., ' '.'..., ..., -.i ....... .,i.,
inBav,lJ"l!!liSf ia ?! !""' n"PMr;'llecausn of lit germ destroying prop.
nT.kn. or mnrl .hXn ttTn h"". lphur preparation In
fn3 i..TTv . i tnX VS2 . iUr brings oaso from skin Irrl
fades, turn gray, and looks streaked, ...i,,,. ,lu,i)M nml bonis thn .-rien.
lust a few application of Sago Tea l;?:L0," '""J .'!," ,n" ' '1P?J" ..V.'-Ti'l-
and Sulphur enhances In oppoarnnroi, ,",1 '' ,, ' """" "'" "'" K"nT
i hundredfold , ,. "'".?. ''
u-..V.'l" . I," ".72 ' A0.0. .l?"n"i mrnt without delay Sutforera from
iVrom'nn dr' oV'o" boT to !;k,7ub'" ".T!d "r"""" """"I
Wveth's .?nu nn.l Hulol.ur P..m. -nr u' Mntho-Sulplmr from any good
pound." which la moroly tho old-tlmo v!r,uv",,t "ml M " ""' c,",, r,,'"1, "
recipe Improved by the addition of1""''
othor Ingredlenti Thousands of folkn'"-5 -i
recommend this ready-to-uso propar-j N,,TII... ,.,, .,. ,,,.mv
ntlon, because It darkens the hair M)TH h I OH .UIII.K'.VI IINS
beautifully, besides, no ono can pov (PttblWier.)
slhly tell, as It darkens so naturally i.iaii i.mk.i ur -iu. i.i l,i.iiih.
and evenly You moisten a apongo or
soft brush with It. drawing this
through the hair, tnklng onn small
nirniii. ni a nine ny morning inn
grnv hair disappears, after another
application or two Ita nntural color
Is restored, nnd it become thick,
alo-sy nnd lustrour nnd jou appear
)ers younger - Adv
The American Legion Auxlllnry
will hold a rake sale at Johnstone's
Furniture store, Saturday Jan. 14..
beginning at 11 a. m. 12-13
Sleeping room for
heat. Swanson Illdg.
FOR RENT Furnished 2 room
apartment. Wood, lights, bath nnd
telephone. 69 Washington. 12-14
FOR SALE Some counters andi
studio nnd household furniture
Stlnson Photo Shop, Klamath and
7th. 12-18 !
Family and Tourist Hotel i
Centrally located. Opposite Postottlce i
i-ree uus to all trains
Steam Heat Recionnble Hates
Separate lobby for ladles.
Altl'AllE HOTEL 1-31
WtANTED To rent 4 room houso.
close In. unfurnished or partlv
tnrnlshod. Stlnson Photo Shop. 12-1S
2S0 Tons new alfalfa hay for sale,
jr.. 00 ton. Jay Falrclo , Merrill high
WANTED Experienced girl for of
fice work. State experience. Ad
dress Hoi 456 Klamath Falls. Ore.
Rlggs Infertile guaranteed eggs at
Hawxhurst Markot, 45c per dozen.
Pure sweet elder, any quantity
Also beautiful roodorn ranch home
In Itogne River valley near Medfard.
on pavement. Slmcrvlllo, 12" N 4th
St. City. 9-14
TAKE SALTS Ta
Tut I.csh Mrni If You IVrl lli.rknrliy
h- llnvr Ittniltli-r
Not coal land1
U H lnd Office at Lakexlew,
Oregon, Dec 27, 1921
NOTICE Is hereby given that tier
truile Wet whose pot-oftlc nd-ilre-j
Is Klamnth Agency, Oregon,
did, on Ibo 23rd day of May, 1921
file In this office Sworn Statemont
and Application, No 01 1730, to pur
cbeso the Ki NKH. Ntt'-S NEH.
NE NWV,, ectlou 15 Township 3 It
H. Range 12 E, Willamette Meridian,
nnd the timber thereon under the
provisions of the net of Juno 3, IS7N,
and acta amendatory, known as the
"Timber nnd Blonn Lnw," at audi
value lis might bo fixed by appraise
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap
plication, (ho land and timber there
on have, bean npprnlsod, Seven Hun
dred Ninety Dollars, thn timber pa
(limited 030 M board feet at $1 00
per M, and the land 11(10.00; Unit
said applicant will offer final proof
In support of his application and
anon, slntemeut on tho 1.1lh day of
Mnreli, 1023, before llert (' Thomas,
1' H Comml-sltnter, ni Klamath
Any person Is lit liberty to protest
this purchnso before entry, or Initi
ate, n content at any time before
patent Issues, by tiling a rorroborat
ed affidavit In this office, alleging
facta which would defeat thn entry
Notice will bo publlslind for nliin
consecutive woe lis In Iho Ktamatli
I' C I.KIIIT, Register.
I) 30 J ..l.a87 F.1-IO-I7-24
ill X. MIL LSH-
4Oi;.TY Tlli:.Ht)ltt,H'H netici:
Notion la hereby glvan that thorn
nre funds In Iho County Treasury
for Hi" payment of all Klaiualli
t'ouiily ItOAH WimantM proleslnd
lreseiiled for 1'iiymeiit but nut paid
for want of fundi) ot. or beforn Au
gust 2, 1 n 3 1 .
Iittnrn-tt nil snmo will tease from
Dated at Klaimttt. Falls, Oregon,
this 12th day of January, 1022,
(I. K. VAN ItlPEIl.
County Treas.tror. 1 1-1 R
1 J-l .U" i 1.1 LJL IX.1U
Always wo ivc you
SERVICE AND QUALITY
LOWEST IN PRICE
The Lincoln Market
"SURE WE DELIVER"
Main and Third
Phone 511 -J
Lyceum Hall. cor. 8th High, will
Meat forms uric acid which excite
nnd c-verworka tho kldnor In their,
efforts to filter It from the system
Regular eaters of meat must flush I
the kidneys occasionally You must
rcliovo them like you relieve your
bowels; removing nil thn acids, waste
and poison, else yon feel a dull mis
ery In the kidney region, sharp palna
in thn back or sick headache, (lit
xlneM, your stomach sours, tongue Is
VALUE OF COLLEGE
BE GIVEN ANSWER
suited for select parties, wj bo'rent- leonled and when tho weather Is bad
ed at nominal prlres Apply to M l hato rheumatic twinges. Thn
Motsehenbneber, Phone S5SW, or on lurlno Is cloudy, full of sediment: the'
premises. 30-tf lehanncls often get Irritated, obliging
ou to got up two or three times dur-i
PORTLAD. Jan. 12. Altogether
9,784,604 trout wore planted In the
streami and lakes of the state dur
' Ing 1921, according to Captain A. E.
Durghdutf, state game warden. In his
amended report to ths state game
rommlsslon at Its regular monthly
meeting Monday afternoon.
Durghduft reported a most success
ful year. For th jear ending Novem
ber 20, 1921, a total ot $274,903.60
was taken In by the department and
ot this amount $55,356.20 remained
as profits, this amount added to the
batanco ot last jear leaves $"$0,4887
13 In tho treasury. During the year
a total of COS arrests were made tor
game law violations. There were 3C94
game birds released and a total of
$1720 paid In bounties.
Ot the trout released there were
5,448.724 rainbows 3,170,740 eastern
brook, 753,200 black spotted and
382,000 atccl heads. During the year
a total ot 20,201024 trout eggs were
taken by the department for hatch
ing. Of this number 12,718,150 were
SOUTH DEND. Ind., Jan. 11.
Whether college athletics really de
velop physical perfection or mere
ly produce men with some few
highly developed musclea is a ques
tion which athletic authorities ot
the University of Notre Dame will
attempt to answer, at least In part. I
AMERICAN LUNCH 1X.
RIGA, Jan. 12. An American
Luncheon club has been organized
In Riga, with a charter membership
of 30, most of whom are here on gov
ernment, American Relief Adminis
tration or American Red Cross busi
ness. II. L Ororcs, the American
trade commissioner. Is its president
The American colony In tho Haltlc
states la constantly growing through
-- ,lng tho night.
To neutralize thee Irritating acids
land flush off thn bnrtv'a lirtnnnn
CLVlt IX HKiAlwaato get about four ounces of Jnd
Mil iron, any pnarmary, take n
tnblcpoonful In n glass of water be
forn breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act flno and
bladder disorders dlsippear Thta
famous salts la mado from tho add of
grape and lemon juice, combined
with llthln, and has been used for
gcneratlona tiv clean nnd stimulate
sluggish kidneys nnd stop bladder
Irrltnt'on Jad Salts Is Inexpensive:
hnrmleas and makes a delightful ef.
forve'eent Iltbla-water drink which
millions of men and women tako now
land then thus avoiding serious kid-
O j siAlJ JJ10
They made'em Snappy l,, mr Kt VcJ"' "
The naw January Records am S gajA .srAr. a m af ara sfv
here waiting for yon """""'iLLLLLLm cHltH B HB
HAUL HIIRPHEItlt BaVB Fv WM MU
7 m Lfcllll 111
?)i.v TlnraarH T.mta hA
erou. articles on physical training "" , ,, hor? 0f bu,ln0M n Interest- 0y and bladder diseases. Adv.
have given him a .landing a. ftn " In Russian trade. I
authority on the subject, la using iMrsTsrtTtxtMMMrsWrMaTxxtxzXxXxXi
the Notre Dame freshmen as ma
terial In carrying out hi, expert-
Pics, Cakes, Cookies,
Candy, Vegetable and
Fruit Salads and
Every Saturday at the
WARNING I Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you sec the name "Bayer" on Mulct, you arc
not getting genuine Aspirin proscribed by physicians
over 11 years and proved safe by million for
Accept only "Mayer"
f3.Uj.' uhkli contains proper directions.
Handy "Haycr" l-oxrs of 2 UWrt.-Ai Utile of 21 i,l liMI -Diuagiil.
SMils la lb. in, mitt .f i.,,r ll.aal.rtsn et l!Mr.timi4m.r all(lli
"CHIMSO.V KHOAM," AT
TUB fTHAXI) TOXIGHT
Tonight at the Strand theatre
there will be a complete change of
program. A big western thriller has
been booked, "Crimson Shoals." In
which Francis Ford Is featured, sup.
ported bjran all star east. In addi
tion two new laugh provoking come
dlea will be shown.
iKor Sunday an unusually strong
attraction Is scheduled. "God's Cruc
ibles" reported to bo one of th fin.
est and most soul-stirring pictures
ovor put on the screen, win be the
attraction supplemented by a new
Charlie Chaplin comedy.
Strayed to my place a red inuley
menu, which will form the basis to be7.C. : H I right hlpT half circle
for aclentlflc study of the value of J on left hip, swallow fork in left
athletlci, ,r- ovcrblt In right ear, and wattle
An accurate record I, being made'SJ" "X.. "."S S.
of the physical condition of every flth'a nlaco or wrliu in n.., i."
freshman this year, and next June ", 0re- Cis'-ID
ai lao enu ot tbe school year,
measurements will be taken to de
termine the extent to which Intel
ligent training can be relied upon
to correct physical weaknesses. Tho
experlmenta are expected to give
definite Information as to the value
of corrective exercises and also up.
on the kind of physical perfection
produced by athletics.
Experlmenta conducted last year
by Rev. Lange were designed to
show the value of athletic. a
developer of the student's ra'nd as
well as his body. In connection'
with theso experlmenta a tontest
was conducted to determine the best
built man In the university. Leon
ard Sbaw, football tackle and west
ern conference shot-put champion,'
won first place.
Cold or Cough?
I nTTINC the old courIi or cold
drag on, or the new one develop
cnouly, is folly, ciially n,cn at
jour ilrugsuts, jou can jet such a
proved and turcrtsful remedy at Ur
Kings New Discovery. ,o drugs,
just gooi! medicine that relieves
Tor over fifty jcars, a standard
remedy for coushi, colds and griprc.
i." """i" a', Loovens up the
P'degm, quiets the croupy roucli.
stiiiiLlatcs the bovvclf, tliiu iclicvirm
the congestion. All druui;Uti, 60c.
New JDis cover y
For Colds and Coughs
10c. TONIGHT AT 20c.
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
THE HOME OF THE HODKINSON FEATURES
...- 15Ke Y.p, V,ear Headed. That
tired out" feelinji mornings, Is due to
S' Clr -J'" ,.ver an' triiK a
healthy bowel action. All drugsits,?5c
W PIlOMim WflM'T nmmr
of that Wells person la truly as-, I J ITiniC "Pillc
toundlng. Nashville Tenneuean. I M XVAJiy S JTliAS
Mr. II, a. Wells makes the re
markable discovery that "out of
the conference the world wllf have
either peace or war." The sagacity
Onion Taxi Co. and Mecca Taxi Co.
OPEN AND CLOSED CARS
531 Main Street Z
A Big Western Thriller
,. Tn.l5t'n. '". ra,e' Pbouographa at
the ICnrl Shepherd store.
DR. J. G. GOBLE .
70U Main Street Phono 1M-W
Me lit ami (Jrlnd Glasses. Duplicate nroken tenses.
Playing Three Characters on the Screen at the Same Moment
Throughout the Story
and an All-Star Cast
TWO NEW LAUGHABLE COMEDIES
Coming Sunday - "God's Crucible"
One of the greatest pictures eyer featured, and a
!' New Charlie Chaplin Comedy
MURPHEY'S FEED STORE
184 lii (M It . s, -j iv - rliiM 17
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