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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
i i llfr
nErening Herald c
K. J. MAKHKTT
Cttr Kdltot '
Published dally except 6utiday, by I
ruo Herald I'ubllanlag Cumpsny of,
lmuth Palls, at, 11B Eighth 8treet
Entered at the postotfico at Kl
nuth Falls. Ora., for trantolston
hroneb tbo, malls as stofotid-tilass
HKMUfiH or ' TUB ASSOCIATE
Tho Associated I'roti la iclustvcly
tnlltlod to tba use (or publication ot
l news dispatcher credited to It,
or sot otherwise cradllad la tfala
sapor, and alio tba local aes puti
TtUvHUAV, J.iM'AlU ill, IIKS3
WILL BE SURVEYED
-, FOR ROAD PROGRAM
j s sXouicS 1
orwiVTKIt Mlt.l.tNKIIV I
AT I.KSS TIIAX COST I
Twenty-Five "Year Ago in Linkvillc
XOTtm TO TIIK 1TM.IC AND Tltll
MKIICIIANTS OP KLAMATH &
Ttio Klamath Amateur Athletic
Association l n corioratlon organis
ed under ttio Iawr ot tlio Blato ot
Oregon with Itn principal oftico nt
Klamnth Kail, nnd no person I
nuthorlictl to Incur Imlclitcdnptu on
account ot the Aoclntlon without
tlio consent of tho Hoard of Director,
ovldcuccd by n 'written order signed
liy two officers or members of tlio
board of director. No nccount will
bo pa lil union, tho) nrn accompanied
by audi written order or requisition
lly dliectlon ot tho Ilourd ot Direc
tor. II. V MASON, President,
C Vim Union, Soc'y.
J 8 0-3 1 K.-I
First Picture . of Carpcnticr-Coolc Fight
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 31i
istalant Forester Sherman and
Met nnKlncor Norcma of tho ffir-
t aortlco haro left Washington
if an extended trip to me wrr
) confer with their tleldj offlcort.j
urvoy tho condition ot the nation
tt forests, and comlder tho con-
i.l uctlcn program tor forest ro.tli
tntler tho fcder.il road law recently
insetcd. , '
Sborman and Norcu4 IUbo In
Portland Kebruary 18, and In Salem
February 19 and 20, thrnlthey will
eonsult with tho Jic-il forest offi
cial,, nnd With 'ho sIMot highway
authorities with rciorrnco to tba
TrtTti jircgrain In Ojcgon.
Urider tho road art forwt r roads
fro as "roads wholl or partly with
in cr adjacent to and serving the
national forests." A totil of f 15,
000,000 Is prorldcd for 1nVli roads,
ot which $C,000,000 Is arailable and
tbo remainder will bo available on
WjC 'lOW iali - trcVl J SaiBmsT sffla m
A STRANW.HORje HITCHED IN FRONT OT
BVRKHAROT3 TW5HOP OTT CLEM MCTTSt
build a 12-mllr pipe line to near
g AlisriCB Clllli: tu raj. 1UTIC .lllil'IllUll .u(i uiiii'uii uas vuiu-
of Intensely dramatic scenes sltua
tlor. that prompted a
nre only a few actresses who really' ptcted VJI, 000,000 plant at 1'ort-
cause nara-Doncu critics 10 cnuxc isnii,
.vtll. amnllM tfl i.flHmnnl n -
Fifty per cent, but, not mere than hatercr t , that brlngi the lumpl
sj.oau.ooo in any ono year, l tolto rer thnUt. and Blllr nhodes Is
bo spent for roads ind trail of
primary Importance to the forest,
apportioned among the forvat land
states In proportion to tho nreds of
tho forests, considering tht people
to bo serred, existing transportation
cno of them She will bit thous
and of other tho same way In
"Thf Wo Honnet."
Thorn will alo bo shown a new
Next Sumlsy, 'Rip Van Winkle,
facilities', taluo ot timber nnd othrrithr star prodnrtlon of Joe Jeffer-
recourcca. location or material to !. carer lll b shown,
bo ured and similar conIJ rations B
Tho rest ot the fund ! to go foft
forest roads which are of prlmac SARAH BERNHARDT
lmpcrtnco to tho state and cotm-l' X-n RP unVOD rilCQT
tics, apportioned according to the l U Bii HUWUK UUtU 1
value and area of the, lorest lands, " f MOVIE AFFAIR
probably abttt 'halt "and half hi., '
twecn st'ato and county roads. TV c
roads of primary Important to the jos WGEI.ES, Jan. 31. Mme.
forests may be construetisf Uthout ,sBraa JUruhn tt has been askid to
;ontrlbutlcn from tbo tatta or h tia gur-t uf honor 'at a relebra-'
MUtltte. though their, -Id msy Txli, u Bf tho tenth nnnlrcrMr of tho
accepted If offered. 'mot'on ulcturo iLdustr'y. to be held.K. Knmi'n boueht
Thl, la the first recognition by
tho government ot ltn obligation to
maintain tor Itself (he rosaVwbtrh
aro entirely or chiefly built for the
protection ,jand administration r!
the national forests. ' ''
DIIXY ItllODKH AT
TIIK OTItAND TOMOI1T
Dilly Ilhodcs, that dainty raorsol
' femininity, whose praises- hare
ccn bung for years by motion p!c
uro dootoes and reviewers the
untry over because of. her brll
"ant work In ahort comedy Mib-
ects and In big- feature produc
tions, hnti tho picture of her career
In "The Dtue Bonnet," a vivid vis
ualizatlon ot the wonderful work
Jf tho Balvatlon Army "over 'here."
which Is shown ut Tho Strand thcatn
v; . . . 'i
nnunn wncrevor picture ore are
All members ot the Gcrrtson
family have been sick for tho past
week. All aro Improving.
Mlts Clara Calkins was In this
district a few days ago on busi
Walter and Agnes Inman played
for tho dance at Hob Chcyne's Fri
Carl Darks and wife were Klam
ath Fall, vIsltor Friday afternoon.
Henry Semon helped Sam Enman
on bit house last week.
R. W Enman hauled wood from
J. E. Enman, K. W. Enman and
C. W. Lew It went to Donanza Sat
urday to, look at some cattle. J.
here this spring. The actual date, Holstcln bull and a heifer calf from
will depend on Madame BernhardtVMr. Wood.
Clonged Air Passages Open al
Once Nose and Throat Clear.
tt your nostrils nre clogged nnd
jour head stuffed because of catarrh
or n cold, get lily's Crram Unlm nt
any drug store Apply n little of this
pure, nntlsoptlr, germ destroying
cream Into your nostril null lot tt
penctrnto through oery nlr p.issnga
of jour lie.ul and membranes. In
How good It feel Your head I
clear Your notrlls aro opin You
bre.ttho freely No moro hawking or
snuffling. Head colds and eittnrrli
)lcld llko magic Don't stay stuffed
up, choked up and miserable Itellcf
I sure Adv.
SAGE TEA TURNS
Il' (irmulmc)tlirr' Unlx- to llrlni;
Hack Color nmri.u.tio "
That beautiful, ocn shado of dark,
glossy hair can only bo had by brow
ing a mlxturo ot Sago Tea and Sul
phur Your hair Is jour charm. It
makes or mars the faco. When It
fades, turns gray or streaked. Just
an application or two of Saga and
Sulphdr enhances Its appearanco a
Don't bother to preparo tho mix
ture; you can get this famous old
reclpo Improved by tho addition of
other Ingredients at a small cost, all
, THtiLjiLiiBB Ll "Trrr?saaamM aiaaam "
BE.MMM.MBBaBsasasliiBT -"711- -.-fc - ' .""iisd
This 1 the llrst plcturo ef tho tlulit tvlwrtu Oeorgr Oirimitlcr nnd (Icorga Cook, Austmllnu rluiiniiliin,
at Albert Hall, tximlnn. Cook 1 showit here Mocking u tight snush In tho first ruumU Ho lUUlJn'l LltnJ
ouv In tho fourth round and went down for tho count'
ready for te It I culled W)cth'
Sago and Suiilphur Coiupnund Till
en n nlwnyi bo dnpended iiimit to
bring back tlio n.iturul color and lus
tre to Jiuir hair.
KvcrybiMly um "Wjeth Snge and
Sulphur Compound" now because It
darken so nutiimlly and evenly that
nobody ran tall It hn been applied
You Klmply dampen u sponge or soft
brush with It nnd druw tills through
tho hair, taking ono small strand at
it time, by morning tho grar hair bus
disappeared and after another appli
cation It become betutlfully dark
and appears glossy and lustrous
Iiiuke a delightful ellertesielit lllh
la water drink wlilrh oerlnid
should tnhn now nllil Iheli to keep
few ilnjs and jmir kldne) will then
net fine Thl fitiuoii salts I made
rrnin fhn nrdt nt erniioit nml lettinii
lulce. riiinhlneit with llthlu. nnd I I their kidney ilanit Hill
hnrtnle to fluh clogged kidney Lrrloti lompllcnllcin
und RtliuuMlp thorn to nnrinal mil-1 wnll-knnwii local druggist nny
vlly It also netitrntltf tho add In he "sell lot of Jud Salts to folk
the urlnn so It mi longer Irritate, Whi tielloxn In orrroiiilng klilm-y
thus ending bladder divirder troiililn whllo It I only trouble -
Jnd Sail I li.trmlvs! lnoiiilii, Adv
Unit mIii fnitit lik ultli ninll trlnl
bottle of old "St.
WAIl.M DltKHSINn ItOOJtS.
TOWKI, AND KIIOWKIt
35c, Children 25c
Forty ot this most prominent mo
tion plcturo people united In a
cablegram sent to Madame Bern
hardt lato In January, extending
tho iiivltLtlon for her presence and
recalling that she, made ono ot the
first feituro pictures In tho early
days ot the Industry.
Tho Invitation was signed not
only by actora and actresses, but
by producers, authors, technicians
and numerous other leaders In tbo
OREGON BREVITIES I
AstoriaContract to be let for
I p-wlng Seatldo highway between
..Miles crossing and Sklpanon.
Thirty men working on caios
ns an Ingenue comedlrnue without Iflghway In Josephine county.
a rival. Miss" Rhodes hn electrlfcd Tiljamook county has 1425,000
her associates by tbo clever way it aailab1o for road work.
which alio handled herself In n vcore Astoria water commission will
The Enman boy furnished tho!
music for the danco at Arthur!
Schrolncr'a Saturday night.
Mrs. Klgcr and children went to
Klamath Falls Saturday
Clydo Barks and Mls Zena Dill
ard. Mr. Slgford and daughters
Loiso and Joyce attended ,lho danco
at Chcyne's Friday night.
Tho water Is warm and nlco warm
dressing rooms at tho Natatorlum.
Come and learn to swltn. J2S. F.28
School District No. 1. will rorclvo
bids up to Feb. 6, 1922, for 200 cords
of 4 ft. body wood, to bo cut from
livo trees, to bo ,dollcrcd a tho
board may direct', to tho various
schools, wood to be tiered on school
grounds Bids will not bo considered
on whlto fir The board reserves tho
right to reject any and all bids. Bids
must b accompanied by certified
chock for S per cent of bid Addres
all bids to Ida B Momyer, clerk.
School Dlst. No 1.
Jan. 21-25-28-31 Fob, 2-4
Jury in Fatty Arbuckle's Second Trial
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The Cftto ol Ftatty Arbutklo Aim comedian, in Ms ncond trial in connection with tho death of Virginia
JUftpt ftfptad on th above Jjiors Three of thm are women 1IU Hi it trial following the death of tho
ftrl In kls pom t a Un Frtncltco hold ended in a dUweement.
Itrmntri tlm C'uuio
Pressurn on ono or mors
norves at tho points Indicated Is
tho reason you don't iret well.
Oilroprnctlc AUJustincnU ro
rcmovo this pressure.
Drs. Mallett & Mallett
7th and Main Phono C30-J
When your back Is noro and lamn
or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism
haa you stiffened up. dout auffrr'
Oet a small trial bottle of old, hon
est "St Jacob OH" at uny drug
store, pour a little In your hand and
rub it right on jour aching lurk,
and by tho time you count fill), tho
sorcnei nnd lamenes Is gone
Don't stay crippled! Thl soothing
penetrating oil need to bo used only
once. It takes tho pain right out nnd
end, tho misery It I mnglrul,,yet
absolutely hurmlcss and doean t burn
Nothing clan stop lumbago, scia
tica, baikacho or rheumatism so
promptly It never disappoint! -Adv
SALTS FINE FOR
WHY SHOULD YOU BUY EXPENSIVE
A little money cci a long way when you buy our
IK not nllott ilieup price uuuleil liy nun liable tlenlent tu ml'
lead )iii. It It It theiip prlren jiiii tinul, e tt III il liter )im
loail of Itlork nt an) lrlri fnmi M..10 up. lll inert nil)
ImmIj' prlie on Slnli ur lllork, ijunlll) nml iiinntltj iiulileiil.
Our pilim are nln) right We mi tit lluit.
O. PEYTON & CO.
"WOOD TO BURN"
419 Main St.
lie rat tiNi much liKiit ttlilrli ilug
KldnejK, tlirn die Idiik
LIMBERS IIP YOUR
SORE STIFF JOINTS
WEATHER exposure nnd hard
work bring pain and aches in
muscles and joints. Have a
bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy and
apply freely. Ptnelraltsuithout tubbint.
You will find at once a comforting
sense of warmth which will bo followed
by a relief from the soreness and
stiffness of aching joints.
Also relieves rfieuiaitlim, sciatica)
neuralgia, spralnsand strains.
Tor forty years pain's enemy. Ask
At .all druggists 35c, 70c, $1,40.
Mom frilka forget thut tho kldnoy.
llko tho boncli, get sluggish uud
clogged nnd need n flushing occasion
ally, else wo ham backacho unci dull
misery In tbo kidney region, sovcre
headaches, rheumatic twinges, tor
pid liver, ncld Htomarh, NleeplenHmss
and all sorts of bladder dlrorders
You simply must keep your kid
neys nctlvo and clean, and tho mom
ent )ou feel mi nchn or pain In the
k.ldnay region, got about four ouncus
of Jail Salts from any good drug
itoro hem, tako a tablespoouful In n
glus of water boforu brcukfuit for n
Heavy Cold? Chest
All Clogged Up?
DON'T lit It get a Mart, Dr. Kmg'a
New Discovery will get light
down to work, relict nig the tlgbtfetling
In I ho cheat, (luicting the racking
cough, gently Mimulating tho bowel,
thin eliminating the cold olsons.
Always ridable. Jut good tncdlilao
made to caws coldi and toughs.
Tor fifty tears a ttantlanl remedy.
All the family can take It with helpful
tuults, Cases tho children's croup.
No harmful drugs. Convincing, heal
ing taste that tho kiddies like. At all
For Colds and Coughs
Feel Ilndly? Jlowcls SluUglsh?
Haven't any T'icp' in work cr play,
You're constipated! The HimulatlnR
action of Dr. King's Tills brings back
old timo tnirg. All druggist, 25c.
DPItOMPTt WON'T GRIPS
. rlns Pills
W '- 4S.
WARNING ! Sny "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you sec the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not Retting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
over 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds I leadache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" pack.iRc which contains proper dircctiona.
Handy "I)ayfr" bote of VI faMils UoMtlra nf2l ami MM) Druggist
Aiplilo U i!i Irian nrli i-r I!rt SUauUclura of Muiwrrlkscllnirr r Kallrrllrarl t
Union Taxi Co. and Mecca Taxi Co.
OPEN AND CLOSED CARS
4 Phone 424-J 531 Main Street t
532 Main Street
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
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VBsHiiaslasV. M ! flssHilssBiksGaVPSkaBKt
MURPHEY'S FEED STORE
I 124 So. 6th St .jJ&.LdAJ.'dd.tiLLj1 Phone 87 j