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WOTXKIWAY 'JANUARY 18, IttM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. 3. MUHKAY
K, J. IlAimKTT ,
Published dally except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at lit Eighth Btreot.
Rntcred at the postofflce at Kla
ttalh Falls, Ore., for transmission
through the matlt aa soeond-clau
UKMlUCir.OP TUB ASSOCIATED
Thn Associated Press In exclusively
entitled to tbo usa tor publication ot
all now dtipatclioi credited to It,
or not .otherwise credited In thli
papor, and alio tho local uewi pub
WKDNICSDAY JA.VUAItY 18, 1022
Tho group ot business men study
ing city government extends a cor
dial Invitation to Pro Bono Publico
to attend tbo next mooting ot the
class. Thursday evening, January
The class Is not In favor ot the
city manager plan, uclthcr Is It
opposed. Our purpose Is to get bet
ter acquainted with the city gov
ernment under which wo live, and
to comparo it with tho government
of other communities.
It Pro Bono Publico Is acquaint
ed with the city manager plan, the
class will bo pleased to nave him;
present and hoar him explain It.
It ho Is not acquainted with It, his'
attendance Is no les, solicited, a.
ttn tin ft aij Ti a I11 TiA In t AfAitfln In
wo bollevo tio will bo Interested in
the discussion. (Signed)
CLASS IN THE STUDY OK
FitiTzi nuuxtrrrK aoai.v ,
M'AItKLRS WITH KEItltlOAX
In "Tho Dream Cheater," J. tV-r-
ron Kerrigan's latest Ilobert Ilninton
production showing at tho Strand
thcatro tonight,, lovely Frltil Brun
otto again takes tho leading feraln-
Ino rolo opposite J. Warren Kerri
gan. She was loading woman for Mr.
Kerrigan In hi, recent W.. W. Hod
klnson releases, "Tho Lord Lores the
Irish." "l.lvo Sparks." and "$30,
000." Miss Drunotte plays her most ap
pealing rolo, and one In which she
will endear herset to old friends and
rnako many new conquests. The very
Rwcetncss and Ingenuousness of .her
portrayal of the girl, who through
hor faith tn the elemental truth,
raises n man from tho depths of des
pondency and superstition to the
heights of mental freedom and hap
piness. Is tho roost wbolcsomo and
Inspiring imporjoaation that, has
been seen on the screen In some time.
Two new comedies will also be
shown tonight. Tomorrow Louise
Olaum will be seen In "Love Mad
ness." CROP INSURANCE
UP AT NATIONAL'
WASHINGTON, D. C Jan. 18.
Insuraoco of crops as a method of
stabilizing pricoa on farm products Is
expectod to bo one of many augges
lions put forward at the National
Agricultural conference which openj
January 23, for Inclusion In a per
manent national farm policy. Dis
cussion within the conference would
ba expected to develop whether pro
ponents would recommend that tho
Insurance be carried by the farmers
co-operatively, by private companies,
or through government aid.
Balancing production with con
sumption Is another Important .topic
which leadorg expect to come up.
Suggestions likely to como from con
ference delegates, It, was said, range
from tho pld acrpago limitation to a
more careful study of world produc
tion and consumption. Along with
4 this would go crop surveys In Amer
. Valorization, or price fixing, was
said to be on the. minds of several
t delegates and while .economists de-
i clare all such efforts Invariably In
the past have failed, .nevertheless It
has failed to gettle the demands. Bills
t on this subject now before congress
' and suggestions from the outside
have com for minimum vpriee guar
antees for certain staple commodi
ties as, wheat, corn, cotton and the
like. Extension of the co-operative
movement also Is expected to be pro
posed. Loaders predict that the labor
queatton will arise,, since the pres
ence ot railway executives and Sam
uel Oompera, and of, many representa
tive employers as conference mem
bers will bring the two sides of the
question together, The farmers, It
was said, are vitally Interested In the
The purely agricultural nature ot
" i-i-y Jyvvfsvv-irir-vvryxjv '
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
evORCTT, HVC ou KjoTtCC-JJ 7HCSC ITCMS
M TH PAPaRS LATCLY . SMtMCV THT
Wkicr BlCeECHeS1 FOC THcS MUM I IS THS
the conference, agricultural depart-
.t ..stii.i. sat .
cicni. umciais saiu, n ucea Kepi in
mind and tho "dirt farmer" will be
512 REPORTERS ARP.
STILL ENGAGED IN
IIXLinu Ur rAKLtl i
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 17.
thor8 of greater or less standing and
plain, evcry-day reporters, all to tho'
total of 512. have been or still are)
engage- in icuing mo worm wnai
goes on In the armament conference.
An official list of the "accredited '
correspondents" as Issued by tho com-:
Eg1rC?vr' THAT ... r 1- -TfSt
mltteo having charge, ot press or- Senator Stanflold has Introduced a
rangementa shows that practically . bill appropriating 130,000 for im-
every country cf size nolod on a mod- proving tho ontrance to Oregon!
era map has ono or more press ropre-1 caves In Josephine county and pro-,
scntatlvo on tho ground. Japan tak-1 vldlng proper lighting to make
lnr first placa among foreign nations' this scenic spot more Invltlug to
with about 40 correspondents. (tourists.
The list a, published comprised. . .
only those writers who bad been ac, Germany appear, to bo suffering:
credited to the State Department. It betweea fear Icat sho cau not , ,
WflH fvt(mnr1 hnr sit I a ad k1 ... . .
.., ..... . .,.... UH( HS
many more probably were active on
the sido lines assisting thoso ns-(
signed directly to tho conference or
Its subsidiary activities.
REFUSES TO TELL AGE
City Clerk of Tacoma Italllr
Support of Sex
TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 17. Mrs.
Blanche Funk Miller, cltj clork of
Don't overlook tho big price re
ductions on men's fine Overcoat; and
suits at K. K. K. Store.
TO RENT 2 room nrart'urnl.
Bvervthlnc furnished J5ftnn si?
Oak 8t. 17-22'
WANTED Man and woman to work
on ranch, commonca MarcU 1st.
Francis J. Downo, Donanza, Oregon.
' ' 17-19
Strayed from my ranch, u lareo
whlto ' roan Durham bull. Lranded
II T and Shield II on right hip. Hole
In left ear. 'swallow fork In right.
Francis ,J. Bowno, Donanza, Oregon.
Ex-Sorvlce Men, Take Notko.
I havo six different tracts of irrl.
gated land I can sell you, on good
terms. Francis J. Downs. Uonimi.
FOIt IlENT Second floor over array
Store. 019 Main St. Suitable for
office or apartment. 16.21
WANTED Wfeman for general
Housework, and cleaning one day a
week. Phone 4i7M- 16-18
Stop at. Arcade Hotel.
In the heart or Klamath Falls.
Center ot shoDnlne and theatm n-
All outside rooms.
Hot & cold water tn every room.
Steam Heat, Roasonablo rates 1-31
FOR SALE Beautiful modern
ranch home In Roguo River val
ley near Medfprd, on pavement.
Slmervllle, 127 N. M St.. City.
DO VOO KNOW WHAT
Tacoma. has rallied to the support
e: ner sex. wnen snu ruled recently
that local women neeJ not tell their
, exact gc, when rgelstcrlng to vote.
uun iuoubh a nuniucr oi maiu ciiy
clerks In other Washlncton cities
i ruled that tho state law require,
" :noy Pills nnd am not bothered with
'Mrly u ruling from the attorney hnekacho or kidney trnuhlo now.
goueral can Induce me to chango my Doan's have been n great benefit to
decision." Mrs. Miller My. -It Is JV, , (s,,WIMml K'vc" Mnr"h ,3'
tar to demand womon to tell their' On March 10. 1320. Mrs. Wilson
Precise ages, because they won't do "ld" "1 gladly repeat all I said In
that anyway." -or of Doan's Kidney P.... a. there
".oo ASKED TO IMPIIOVK
JOSEPMIXB COUXTV CAVES
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 1.
january ttaa February Indemnity In i
etalmeat, and tnRt aha w hJu ,
Mrs. C. II, Klger wont to Donanin
iTldajr evening as chaperono for tho
Merrill high school girls' baskotball!
J. It. Elliott brought his cattle
down from the Agency last week.
Fine lot of Sweaters at
K K K. Btore.
It you want to sell It. buy It, trade
It. or find It, try a Herald classified
STEAM HEATED rooms 13. SO per
weok. Large, well lighted lobby.
shower baths. N wlntoT rates
Central Hotel. J. T. Ward. Mgr. 9tf
HKItK WK AIIE AGAIN!
White Leghorn Ilaby Chicks.
Hatched exclusively from our own
hons that averaged for the year 1921,
1S1 eggs each for the whole flock.
This Is the real test ot merit, rather
than the achievement ot a few select
ed from a large flock and fod on
pie and Angel food at a laying con
We havo greatly enlarged our
plant and are prepared to hatch fifty
thousand chicks during the season.
Order early nnd' get them when
Prlcos per 100; January apd Feb
ruary S16.00; Mirch and Apffl $12..
CO; May und June $11.00. Puro bred
P. Rocks and R. I. Reds batched on
special order. .
Maywood Poultry Farm, Corning.
Men's Leather Overcoats and Sheen
lined coats, the regular price
iv ri. k. Htore.
Sweet Cider, 127 N. 4th. 13-21
260 Tons new alfalfa hay for sale,
$6,00 ton. Jay Falrclo,, Merrill hlghi
Lyceum Hall, cor. 8th & High, well
suited for select parties, will be rent-lv
ed at nominal prices. Apply to M.L
Mnck (llenn lsltcd Walter Knmnn
Agnes ami Chester Knmnn worn
out ot school two days last week
w ll to tho rnr was bring overhauled.
Phyrno Corum Is back at school
again nttor being absent several
week on nrcomit ot sickness. Sho Is.
slopping vllh Mrs. llowman In -Mer
Mls.1 Doluii hud to dlsiiilsi school
Thursdny III! thn sldi pipe could be
Mr. nnd Mrs. Klgor guvo a birthday
dinner, Sunday for J. E. Walter and
Pain Knman. Those prosenl were: Me.
nnd Mrs. J. K. Knman, Mr. and Mrs,
! tfnm Knmnn. Walter, Agnes nnd
I Chester Knmitu, Mr. and Mrs, Krma
I Itosley. Paulino, Mnmln and John
Olncomlnl, Mr. and Mrs. Klgor. Kstln
I Kenneth. Carl and Audrey Klger.
After dinner the young folks had n
skating party on Lost Klver.
I.. K. tteertson, Itott and Charlotte
I (lecrtson and Miss Leonora (leorlson
, visited Mr. and Mrs, llowor at Lost
j Illvor dam Sunday.
j Mr. nnd Mrs. Itueslng and family
I vliitcd at tho Klger homo Sunday
J. K. Kiimun nnd sons aro putting
All men's suits on sale ut K. K. K
More Dig deduction.
, WHY SUFFER SO?
i Why suffer from a bad back, from
sharp, shooting twinges, headaches,
dltilnes and distressing urinary Ills
Klamath Kails people recommend
I'oan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neigh
bor! Could you nsk for stronger
proof of merit T
1 Mrs. Jeff Wllsos. H02 Oregon
Ave, Klamath Kails, says "Doan's
I Kidney Pills nro n family remedy In
Zu tor "kldner VaTm.te Dean's
.... . .
our homo anil whenever tho occasion
never rail to do tlio work. I have
,n,cn '"-'a " long time for 1
; hBckacto"nd kidney Uou1 hT,7 At
times I havo such terrible pains
through rnv kidneys thnt t ran hard-
, JJ, "w I'uMn Wdl
plaint. I uso Doan's occasionally to
keep my kidneys In good order "
COc, at all dealers, Koster-Mllburn
Co.. Mfrs.. Iluffalo. N Y. Adv.
llrotrn Out hkln nnil Itching
I.'cmn ll1wI vrr Night
vOP unslnhtly sklti oruDtlonn raih
or TotcSe." on face! neck.rml or
,",(,5P jrou 'lo not bRTo ,0 wa,t for re
Ilcf from torture, or embarrassment.
declare, a noted skin specialist. Ap-
,( M II.IIC 1J(1.IIU-JU1UUI UI1U Hit'
USE SULPHUR TO
HEAL YOUR SKIN
Tomorrow, J. Warren Kerrigan
provement shows next day.
llecuusu of Its gonn destroying
properties, nothing has over been
found to take tho Place, of this sul
phur preparation. Thn moment you
apply It healing begins. Only those
wno unto nan unsigmiy jikiii trouuios
can now tlio delight this Moutho-Hiil
phur brings, then fiery, Itching re
seitia Is dried right up,
(lot a small Jar from nny good
druggist und uso It llko cold croiuii,
IF KIDNEYS ACT
BAD TAKE SALTS
Ss) llkrlie Is sign yon Hc Urn
rating: tern much
Wien you wake up with backache
and dull misery In the kldnoy region
tt goncrally means you have bean
eating too much meat, says n well
known authority. Moat forms uric
acid which overworks the kidneys In
their effort to filter It from thn blood
and they beromo sort of paralyzed
and loggy When your kidneys get
sluggish aud clog you must relieve
then, llko you relieve your howols;
removing all the body's urinous
waste, olso you hate backache, sick
hoadacho, ditty spells; your stomach
lours, tongue Is coated, und when
the weather Is bad you huve rhoumii.
tic twinges Tho urluu Is cloudy, full
f sediment, channels often get soro,
wator scalds and you nr,e obliged to
joek rollof two or throo times during
Either consult a goad, reliable phy.
dclnu at onfo or r.et from your phar
macist about four ounces of Jsd
Salts; lake n tnblespoonful In a glass
it water boforo breakfast for a few
days and your kidneys will thsn act
tine. This famous salts Is made from
thn acid ot grapes and lemon Juice,
combined with llthla, and has been
used for gonarntlnns to clean and sti
mulate sluggish kidneys, also to noli.
trnllio adds In tho urine so It no
longer Irritates, thus endlnc Madder
Jad Balla Is a llfn savnr for regular
meat eaters It Is Inexpensive, rnn-
not Injure and makes a delightful,
ifforvesccnt llthla water drink.
SAGE TEA DANDY
' DKPAIITMKNT OK Till. tNTHfUOn,
It's (Iramlmothrr'n Unripe to Itrlngi Not coal land
nrk Color and l.usfrn ill S, Land Offlrn at Laksvlsw. Or'
In Hair igon. Dec 30. 1921
. NOTICK Is hereby given thst
Volt can turn gray, fnded hair. "inkl .".", 7I0.'..p0o,"t" .".'i
beautifully dark and lustrous almost ,lrcf? ' !m",hl,, ?".on,',l,1'1,
over night If you'll get a bottle of.'"1 b 3t ' "' M"r. "21, file In
"Wyeth's 8ago and Sulphur Com-1 itjpifs
nAnnrf" ,1 an. Mrtlv iFnr, Mllllnna I
of bottles of this old famous Sago Tea ;
lieclpn. Improved by the addition of!
other Ingrodlents, aro sold annually.
says a woll-known druggist here. be.
cause It' darkens the hair so natural-1
ly and ovenly that no ono can tell It.
has been applied.
Those whoso hair Is turning gray
or becoming faded havo a surprise
at- It I Me t tin tut si 1 1 -t, aflat nnt rtt'
sik saikiugk V iwmsj nui riv '.
two applications thn gray hair van-!
Isbea and your locks become luxur
antly dark and beautiful,
J. PARKER READ,
STORY BY C. GARDNER SULLIVAN
DIRECTED BY JOSEPH HENABERRY
TWO NEW COMEDIES
The Dream Cheater"
This Is tint nge of youth, dray
hatred, unattracttvo tolki aren't
wanted n roil nil, so get busy with
Wyeth's Sago nnd tlulpluir Compound
tonight und you'll ba delighted with
your dark, Imnilsomo hair and your
youthful upponranro vrllhlu a tew
IN TIIH CIUCU1T COttltT OK THE
HTATK OK OltKOON KOIt KI.AM
ATI I COUNTT
J. P. Ilnrrimg, Plnlutltr,
A, II. Vinson, llefendnut.
To A. II. VINtlON. Defendant!
IN THK NAME OK THE HTATK
OK OHKGON you nro hereby com
manded and required In appear and
answer or otherwise plead to thn
plaintiffs complaint on file herein,
on or lief ore tho IRth day of Keliril
nry, ti21, nnd If you fall to so ap.
pear and answer or otnerwiso pieau
to said complaint within said time,
tor want thereof tho plaintiff will
take Judgment against you for the
sum of $I67.(H, with Interest there
on at the rnto of elabt nor rent, per
annum from thn tilth day ot Octo
her. inso. ana for the runner sum
ot IRn. 00 attorney's fees, nnd for thn
further sum of 10.00 and for the
plaintiff's costs and disbursements tn
This summons Is served upon you
br Publication In thn Evening Iter
aid for the period of six consscutlve
weeks, seven Issue., commencing
with thn Issue of Deromber IS, 1(21
nnd ending with thn Issuo ot Febru
ary II, 1 0.3, pursuant to an order
duly made, rnudared and entered on
the 37th day ot December. 1911, by
lb. Hon. D. V. Kuykoudall, Judge of
tlm above entitled Court.
Pute of first publication Dee 31.
OAKLAND A UHANKH
Postofflce nddress. l.nbanon, Oregon.
Postofflce address, Albany, Oregon,
Attorneys for tho Plaintiff.
D-2S J 4-1 1-19-25 K 1-1
.NOTICE OI' ri.VAI. HKTri.ESIr.'.Yr
Notlrn Is hereby given that (he
undorslgned Administrator of thn es
tate of John II Griffith, deceased,
has filed In tbr County Court of thn
iHtatn ot Oregou for Klamath County
tbo final account of his admlnlstra
(tlon of said estate, and thn said Court
has fixed January 30, 1912, at
o'clock P M. as thn tlmn, aud the
! Court room of said Court as the
j place, for thn hearing of said final
account and for the ssttlsuient thrn-
Dated llerniuber 28, till
JW i: tlltll'KITH. Administrator of
i the Kttstnof John II. Griffith, !
Dec 2a Jan. t 11-18-25
NOTICK I'Olt PUIIMt'ATIO.V
Union Taxi Co. and Mecca lxi Ct.
OPEN AND CLOSED CARS
THE HOME OF THE HODKINSON FEATURES
this otflin Hworn Ulnteiuolit nnd Ap
plication, No. 01172s, to purenai)
thn HHW HUM Hoc. II; NMV4 NlfiU
Hec. 271 UK HWU. Hectlon 2.1.
Township 37H, Itnngo 1310, Willam
ette Meridian, and the timber there
on, under thn piovlslona of the Act
of June 3, ts7H, nnd acta amenda
tory, known ns tho "Timber ami
Hlonii Lttw," at such value ns might
be Used by appraisement, aud that,
pursuant to such nppllcnllon, tho. land
and timber (hereon havo been aM
priilsud, Kour Hundred lilghty Dol
Inrs. Ill n limber esllninled 820 M
board feet at 11,00 per, M,. and, thn
land ItuO.uO; that said applicant will
offer final pioof In support of his
nppllratlnn nnd sworn statement on
the Hth day ot March, tt, befors
llert 0 Thomas. I), H. Commissioner,
at Klnmalti Kails, Oregon,
Any person la at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Inltl
uiii contest at any limn before pat
ent issues, oy iinng a currouqrni'xs
affidavit In this office, alleging facts
which would detest the entry.
Notice will be published for nine
consecutive weeks In the Klamath
K. P LIGHT. Ilnglslar
J t-ll.II.35 K. L8.t5.Jl M. 1
All the world looks bright.
Taka a morning Ilka this
was, with thn thermometer
raaglng around sera and
vera! degree, below It
your eyes wern right the
cold winds wouldn't make
thsm watery and your
vision would not be dim
mtd and the sun glinting
on lh. snow would not ob
scure yonr vlttoa.
Aid If not, have them at
amlnrd and properly fit
H. J. WINTERS
rasas M.TT 711-714 kt
531 Main Street t
15.20S WV"V"WV'W "" wumi, ui uu a a .
10 'v premises. 30-tf VXS2M2M8"
' i .. .-
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MURPHEY'S FEED STORE
24 1. It 9tt