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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGOW -
SHASTA VIEW KNTEHTAINMKNT
fMMMMt Ihhi Works n. KUmalh
Phie Manufacturing Company
Diamond Iron Work, a corpor
ation, filed milt against the KUm
th Pine Manufacturing company
en a note for $1,000, involving ma
terlalt. and ask for Interest at 8
per cent from May in, 1921, until
RparKnioiit v. Rmrt-tt
J, L, Hparrontorn Mod null thU
morning throuRh )M nttarnry for
Mm collection of S2SM0 on n
promissory nntn ngalnU W. T. Oar
rott, and ntks for Interest and S0
Zumbium -xn. First SMin
Win. Zumbrum filed his petition
this morning In the First State &
Havlngi bank liquidation matter.
Involving 11,200. In the circuit
rourt revering check for $1,090
and $10 respectively.
The pupils of the Shasta View
school near Malln are preparing a
program or songi and short plays,
which they feel sure will Interest
thn patron and public on Friday
evening of this week.
There will be seen representa
tion of witches, Puritans, Indian
and negroes. The principal play,
"In Witchcraft Days," portrays the
accusation and trial of a witch In
Salem, Massachusetts, In 1692.
Thn program will ho found
varied. An admission fee of 1C
cents will be charged to defray i-
penscs. Children under IS ears
MANY ENTER CONTEST
Fear Pri Winner Anton Bkm)
on Cure of Trrth
Chosen as the winners from the
many essays entered by the school
children of Klamath county In the
contest staged by,th state board of
dental eiamlners were those by lluth
Kllngenburg, seventh grade Central
school; Vesta Dueslng, eighth grade
l.one Pine school; Claudlnc M. Mil
ler, sltth rade, Chltequln school; and
Kstella Hilton, sixth grado Riverside
school. These essays on the care of
teeth will b awarded $10 prlics and
will be entered In the state contest
in which $SS prises will be award
ed the winners.
Contest Judges were Dr. Paul Noel,
Dr. E. C. Wlsecarver and Mrs. Wil
The following essay was written by
By E8TKELLA B2LT0.V
Grata , Riverside
THE TEETH AND THEIR RELA
TION TO HEALTH
The teeth are oaj of the most
important parts of the body, and if
they are not well cared for rem
cease expect to have good health.
There la only one way to have good
teeth, and that Is by good car.
If we d0 not take special care of
the teeth you would- have an an
dean mouth. Tooth ache and dis
ease or the guns may result. Neg
lect or the first teeth Is a frequent
cause of the decay of, the second
If a child l taught to use a tooth
brush In early lire he will be apt
to take proper care of his teeth
throughout fife. It Is more import
ant to brush the teeth than to
wash the face. If a child's teeth
are decayed he should be taken to
a dentist at once.
There are 20 teeth In the tempo
rary set, 10 upper and 10 lower.
These temporary or baby teeth
must not be neglected, although
they do not last a lifetime. Loss
of temporary teeth before the per
manent teeth are due to take the
place leads to Ill-shaped, undevel
oped Jai. which cause: 1 Crowd
ed permanent teeth. 3 Growth of
adenoids. 3 Mouth breathing,
which may result In weakening the
lungs and otber trouble. It the
teeth are not taken care of one
will have stomach trouble because
'he cannot chew his food well. There
are 32 teeth In the permanent set,
It upper and, M lower..
The first permanent molar, come
Just back of the baby teeth and ap
pear when the child Is about sir
jeara of age. These are considered
the most Important teeth we have.
They are often destroyed by de
cay, which is causod by neglect, be
causo they erupt at such an early
age and are often mistaken for
part of the baby set. Watch for
them. Quard them carefully and
keep them clean.
Remove all particles of food be
tween the teeth, using dental floss
or a quill toothpick, being careful
not to Injure the gums. Brush the
upper teeth downward, sweeping
the bristles over the gums and
pressing between the teeth. Brush
the lower teeth upward. Have a
dentist look at your teeth several
times a year.
The ladles of the Kplsrop.il RulM
will rIvo a rooked food utle nt John
stone Furniture Mure. Saturday.
April 22 at 10 o'clock. There will be t
ft AriAP11lfl iiiritKt nf t mm litoa tfril.
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DAIRY COWS FOR SAt.K Inquire '
W. A. Koenlc. 4 H miles from Klnm-,
n,k Ltl ri.llHM. ... ,il.ti!l
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TO RENT Clean housekeeping
rooms. In new private house. No
children. Must give reference. 1211
Crescent Ave. Phone 39 4 J. 20-21
REFRIGERATOR FOR SA1.K 5
lb. Ice box. Used about 6 months.
Phone S44M. 20-21"
FOR RKNTi-4 room furnished apt.
Phone 273J. 20-22
WANTED TO PURCHAtJfc-A gaso
line launch and some row boats.
Must be in good condition and the
price right. Ulvc full particulars. Ad
dress R. C. Sprink, Chlloq'uln. Ore
MEN'S WEAR DAILY NEWS RECORD CHICAGO APPAREL GAZETTE
CHICAGO, LONDON, ROCHESTER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK, PXRIS, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA
President Wood Said Something
Eggs 26 cents.
Newtown apples, SI. SO a box.
Potatoes $2.50 and $2.00 per hun
Whole milk .0? cents per quart
Green vegetables dally.
Public Market, Sth ft Klamath.
LOST On Tuesday evening, a Chesa
peake dog with small white spot
between fore legs. Finder phone
FOR SALE 3 horses, ono 7 and one
10 years: double harness and farm
wagon. Price $100 cash. See Heavllin.
about ZVt miles from town on Reno
road or C. I. Reckard at Rex Care.
Last week, President Wm. M. Wood of the American Wool
en Company, in a statement which was read with greatest in
terest and appreciation, declared that an era of prosperity is,
undoubtedly, near at hand.
President Wood reviewed the many favorable conditions,
including his own business, and the spirit of optimism almost
generally expressed by those with whom he had come into re
"We are on the rery brink of prosperity," concluded Mr.
Simultaneously Win. Filene's Sons Company of Boston an
nounce that the greatest volume of business in the history of
the firm for one day was done last Saturday the day before
Here's What will Look Good
to Klamath Falls People
K. Sugarman says he has had the best
. Easter Saturday in the history of his storo,
and with all prospects of a favorable sea
son ahead. With weather, work and ev- '
eryone getting together and boosting
things along, he expects a very healthy
business for the year of 11)22.
HART SCHCFFNER 4 MARX
'"I A1NT MAD AT NOBODY"
NEW YORK April 20. i Frank
Mullen kissed kla wife goodbye on a
subway platters today and then shot
her and killed himself. She was iak
en lo a hospital Is s serious conditio.
WOKS V, 8. PAJAMAS
SCOTAsU. Albania. April JO.
Oltt et the Astertesa people" read
labels csx the peja-aa-clad bodies et
the two MlstfsiM ISMirgeaU whlea'
knag from a tree la, the tester et this
tews $er several days,
During the course of a day several dozen
rolls of films are brought to Underwood's for de
velopment These are taken to the "dark room," r
from which every ray of white light js carefully
excluded. It is lighted by a number of "ruby"
electric lamps which do not affect the sensitive
Here an ingenious device perforates each
film with a number, and it is by means of this
number that the film is afterward traced through
the various processes it undergoes.
The films are placed
upon a rack and then
suspended in a tank
There 'are four, tanks
in each series. Two
contain water and
the others are for de
veloper and fixer, se-
spectively. . c
The formula for developer is one that has"
been very carefully worked out by experts' in the
employ or the Eastman Kodak company of Roch
ester, New York, and by them given to Under
wood's Pharmacy. The ohemical composition
has been so arranged as to get the best results
out of all films. If the film has had too short
an exposure or too long first-class results can
not be expected, but our system of development
will get the very BEST results out of every film
that it is possible to get. Films are left in the
first tank for 20 minutes. Then are rinsed and
passed to the "fixer," which clear? thefilm, .and";
a final period of about 20 minutes in the last tank',
of running water, which completes the develop-'
The films are then suspended in a current of
air and dried by electricity, after' which-they are
cut up and placed each in its proper envelope.
The Art ol Photography
Had a crude beginning just one hundred
" years ago. It has evolved from a process
that required hours of exposure and devel
opment to the modern "snap-shot" that is
quicker than lightning.
In fact, photography is almost a miracle,
but we accept it"as a matter of course, giving
' little thought to the marvel of it.
Few people know the process a film goes
through when it is developed and printed;
Klamath Falls has one of the most modern
plants in the country for doing that work.
Underwood's Printing and Developing
room has been equipped with the best ma
chines that are obtainable. The processes
followed are those used by the Eastman
Kodak company, and it is needless to say
that they have spared no expense to make
them as nearly perfect as possible.
Hundreds of satisfied customers send in
films from all over the county. Work has
been received from many 'distant points -Alaska,
Idaho, Dakota, Arizona and Cal
Every roll of film receives the same care
ful handling, and no effort is spared to get
the very BEST pictures out pf it that can be
Films left before 9 o'clock .each morning
are ready for delivery at 5 p. m. Films ar
riving by parcel post in the afternoon or
evening, are mailed out the NEXT day.
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A line enlarging camera' lormspart
of our equipment, and pictures from
good negatives can be enlarged to any
size desired. A special offer of one
8x10 enlargement for 50 cents. Send us ',
any gopqVftlm for.aj riaj.v, ,. r
One of the most interesting machines in tho
Underwood finishing department is the PA-Ko
This consists of a ta-
ble, before which the
operator sits, with
and cupboards for
storing the sensitive
paper upon which
the printa are made.
Beneath the table
are several highs pow
er electric lamps. A
clever device permits
any sized opening to
be made in the print
ing frame and the
film is placed over it
with a sheet of sensi
tive paper upon itl
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and tne powerful light ilasncs through the film
upon the paper. This is then placed in the de
veloper, the picture appears, and the paper is
passed to a fixer. From here the picturo goes to
a "washer" that is operated by wator power, and
all chemicals are completely removed from the
The wet prints are
now taken to the PA-
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endless "apron." The
irinta are placed upon
he apron, carried by- it
.over the heated drum
and finally dropped in
to a receptacle absolutely dry. From hcrte they
are taken to the sorting table and each group of
prints placed in the proper envelope, and is
feady for delivery to the customer.
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Films left before nine o'clock in the morn
ing ready at 5 p. m.
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