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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1922)
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TVMDAY, MAY , 11
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
". K. 800X11.
H. K. MIUu
JMMor m PaMlriM
' Published dally except Sunday by
The Horald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth street.
Kntered at the postotflce at Klsra
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission
through the malt as second-class
MEMHEIl OF TUB ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Press Is exclusive
' ly entitled to the use for publica
tion of all news dispatcher credttod
lo It, or noti otherwise credited In
this paper, and also the local nows
American Legion News
IlltOWNSVILLB. Ore. May ISth set for July 18. when legionnaires
I tho dale set for starting actual! from many parts of Oregon and
construction on tho American I.e-'clty and state, officials wilt Join In
tciwhav, MAY n, insa
glon homo at llrownsvllle, Oregon,
which Is being built under tho
auspices ot llrownsvlllo Pot, Amer
ican Legion. Tho"hultdlng commit
tee Is busily engaged In securing
tho figures on tho cost ot laying
tha concrcto foundation, and just as
soon n tho materhl can bo assem
bled tho work will bo started. Tho
building Is to bo erected on tho slto
tho climb. Iladlo programs will bo
arranged and radio fans will bo
able to recotvo tho broadcasting of
tho camp activities, speeches band
concerts and an address by Frank
PORTLAND, Ore. Oravo mark
ers are being obtained from Na
tional American Legion hcadmiar-
S27 MAIN :,V
A shipment of Pongee Mouse with tho PeloV Pun or
recently purchased by tho legion at.ters by posts of tho legion In Oro-i
J tho corner of Kirk nvenuo and Av-lpon. Committees ot tho posts will
crit street, nnu tne uimeusiong will , piace tnest omciai nrotiio markers
ii is cxpccieu inn on ino graves in deceased, comr.uies
SAGE TEA TURNS IIF BACK HURTS
bo G0U15 feet.
It will be completed within 90 days.
oti Memorial Day. Cltltens nil over
Oregon will witness Memorial Day
services In every community where-
ltlver. eterans on May 30th will pay
of tho alfalfa surplus; and the rest
of us hecauso tho monthly cream
cheeks will create a broad stream i
of constantly circulating wealth.
The past wees-s dairy confer
ence shows that tho' men who own
tbo lend arc approaching tho mat-
tor In the proper spirit. They are
securing all tho Information possi
ble from authoritative sources.
That Is as It should be, for It
eliminates the danger of coins Into
the business Improperly equipped.
Every cow Is not a dairy cow, and
far more Important, ever' bull Is
not a dairy slro. The knowledge
gained by study bqfpro hand will
provent many a prospective dairy
man from Inverting In scrub stock.
tor as soon as the 'movement nets
well under way It would be sur
prising It thero were pot an at
tempt to dump many culls from
other herds Into Klamath county.
Tha slro of the herd l8 of prime
Importance. The descendants of
ordinary cows will grade up Into
n crcdltablo herd In a few' gener
ations It a good tire heads tho
hord and careful records are kept
10 ciiminito m wortniess mem
The meetings throughout the
county showed that the Importance
of u proper start was generally
grasped; the Joremoit Idea ad
vanced being tho formation of
neighborhood clubs for the purchase
of( pure-bred sires, and tho conse
quent cllmlnaton of the scrubs.
Every dairy expert who has vis
lied Klamath county dcclare there
s tho foundation' here for greit
development; that Klamath county
will some day bo a dairy center of
It Is thercforo most encouraging
to see the men who have tho In
dustry In tho making approaching
the problem In such a buslness-llkc
fashion, carefully accumulating
knowledge of tho enterprise beforo
they embark In It.
It's firnudmothcr'n ltVpo to tiring l
Hack Color and l.utiv '
PVEKYONE Is Interested In the noon mVElt. Ore. A public
-i movement to ostabinn dairy- holiday In tbo city and valley has legion post, nro established.
lag as ono of Klamath county's big been proclaimed In Hood
Industries. Tho farmer primarily heralding the start ot tho annual, homage to thoso who died that tho
bcrauro tho -dalrv cow will solve 10"n; ." ' unuer ,no au Hon m'Knl ro men of Hunker That beautiful. ocn shade of dark.
spices oi noon juver rosi Amor- Hill, or Gettysburg, of Santiago and gloisy hair can only be'had by brow
the. problem of profitable disposal jcan Legion. Tbo annual ascent Is of tho Argonne. t'K a mlxluro of Sago Tea and 8ul-
I piiur. our nair is your cnarm. it
I makes or mars tbo faco. When It
operated by tho United American fades, turns gray or streaked, Just
,llncs. They ar0 owned by tho Amor- "" application or two of Sago nnd
lean Ship and Commerce Corporation n"&hur,f,M,'",C" "" ",,,,carnnco a
and tho Amerlcan-llawallan Steam-1 "g'oR bother to preparo tho mix
ship Company and tholr subsidiaries.' . turo; you can get this famous old
Hnrrlm.in la rlinlrmnn nt llin tinrtr.l ' rpclno ImnrnVArt hv IhA n.litltlnn nf
Now tariff Increases tho duty on 0, thcj(j eomptnlCfi wnd h. Interests "' ingredient at a small cost, all
sardines. Poor fish! .. ,,..., .ki-...ii.ii i ready for use. It Is called Wyeth's
Numerous pockets In spring ""'""""""''" ''""""""" Sago and Suulphur Compound. This
...I. .!?. .....?.", '.,... ..I'!L ,teel foundrr and machlno compan-1 cttn alwn.g D0 depended upon to
los, and a banking house. bring back the natural color and lua-
Hays Into tlnern H,rc ' ,0 "' nalr- ...
I Everybody uses "Wyeth s Sage and
Hnrrlman Is proud of his recent Sulphur Compound" now becnuso It
acaulsitlons. the slant Ilesoluta anil 'darkens so naturally and ovenlr that
i Hellanco. former Dutch ships com-' n.ollolr U has been applied
iuu PimiM iwimj't'ii ianpi? ur u
BEG M S LT
l'liih Vour KliliiejM OntisliMmll
If Vou 1'jit Mem
dresses arc a result ot rolled stock
Russia wants to borrow enough
money to put her out of debt.
It Is easier to give advjco than It Is
to lend a hand.
Sometimes we think Ananias was
plcted In 1920 and now starting n
brush with It and draw this through
TS BTAK DIIANK ENOUGH
TEA TO LAST A LIFETIME
Thero was a tlmo when Marguer
Ito Snow, one of the most popular
stars of tho screen, enjoyed a cup
In fact, she was often hostess at
Informal affairs at her home whero
tea was served during the afternoon,
nnd everybody bad a good time. But
sho'a not going to have tea at bcr
afternoon functions, she says, until
about 1940. And here Is tho reasen:
' During the filming of "Lavender
nnd Old Lace," newly released be
neath tho Hodklnson banner, which
will he seen at tha Strand theatro
tonight, as Mary Alnslte, Miss Snow
saya she drank doxens of cups of
tea real tea, mado fresh every hour,
for Miss Alnslte was a gentlewoman
,cf tho olden days, when tea drinking
was qulta popular, and Indulged in
many times a day.
Director Lloyd Ingraham is a stick
ler for realism. lie Insisted tbut thu
tea bo frosb, and steaming and a
small store wag lighted early in the
day, nnd hot water always available.
You'll see the steam coming from the
spout ot tho teapot It you watch tho
Tha large quantity consumed was
duo to the largo number of scenes
in which tea drinking was a feature,
and this, coupled with the number ot
rehearsal before the camera began
to click, accounts for tbo extended
"J& orgy" In which Miss Snow par
ticipated. Entire receipts tonight go to tint
burwarkora nleo i i tA rtr -
About tha smallest thing on earth
Is a knot hole during a homo run.
Health hint: Wearing a diamond
pin Improves tho chest expansion.
"Egg crop last year worth 339
millions" news Item. It will bo
worth more than that when sold.
Evory Saturday night the barber
wants a law for daylight shaving.
Chicago widows' club Is reforming.
Dad men tell novates.
Nowadays you can't tell the moth
er chicken from tho daughter
It wealth was health bootlcggeri
would live a million years.
This country has four-ninths ot the
world's geld: but then we need It
for gold trophies.
Only thing green about somo gar
dens oro the men who utako them.-
It absenco made tho heart grow
fonder nearly every woman would
lovo her husband to death.
After eating onions, look nt tho bill
for wlflo's bat. It will take your
Dry chief says, bootleggers arc on
tbo run. Spring business?
It is easy to get credit for being
good; but bard to get cash.
Dy swatting a fly now you kill
about SOI, 000 of them and don't
bavo to sweep out but one.
Truth Isn't stranger than fiction
when a fisherman starts talking.
With Arbuckle It was three tlmo
Only thing congress can pass with
out fighting over Is tho time.
Somo of theso new cars bavo al
ready ono 10,000 miles on credit.
Most artificial halt Is mado to catch
fishermen, not fish.
Burning rubbish yourself Is bet
ter than selling it to cigar makers.
Tho only reliable sign of better
times Is n "Holp Wanted" sign.
Knickerbockers for women arc not
going well. It looks as If they were
on their last legs now,
Proposfd tariff on roofing won't
reduce tho o'verbcad In building.
They havo found singing fish In
tbo ocean. Probably tbo result of
pouring boozo overboard.
Tho equipment of every photog
rapher should Include bathing suits.
They call it shortcake becauso It
doesn't last long.
Somo man are so cautious they
cau't buy a gold fish without worry
ing over Its turning to brass.
SOX MAY SUCCEED FATHEU
..$1.25 to $3.50
...$2.25 to $4.50
Have one on your auto trip.
Handy in the pick room.
Keeps vour midday or midnight drink hot.
STAR DRUG CO
TJio texcdiL Store
I irill AND MAIN HTItKI.-IS
tAAAAAM.ll, OltDEItS I'lLLEU PltOMITLYA A AAAA A AA A m
a fisherman or a golfer or the editor fortnightly schedule between Nuw)(hu hair, taking one smalt strand at
of tho first, seed catalog. I York and Hamburg with calls at a time: by morning tho gray hair has
If variety I tho inlee of llfi. thn' MRI'sn anil frcncn cnannci POrtS "loni'ia-mcu nun unui uuumur ui'fii
II variety IS ISO spiCO Ol Hie mo .rnllnn It i..cmn. lii.intlf.illv .l.irt
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woatner man a iuc is an spice.
from the ground up, beginning im-Adv
mediately after leaving Ynlc. Harrl-.
nM ttm lns IauvnaiI ittM ati1mlnt 1 M'TU
.,... , . ,l t it. i I Tho partnership existing between
business from tho bottom. Ho Is t ahV.,i- n.t v n iirV.,, ,...,.
atlng under tho namo Link Hlvcr
Electric Co., was dissolved by mutual
consent on May 1st, 1922, K. II.
Ilrcmur retiring from tho business
which will be conducted solely by It.
J. Sheets on and after tho above date.
All bill against Tho Link ltlver
Lloctrlc company, will bo paid by
It. J. Sheets. All. account dun tho
company may bo paid to cither of the
undersigned who will appreciate the
prompt payment of the same,
It. J. SHEETS.
K. 11. llllEMKIl. C-9
No man or woman who ruts meat
reguhrly can mako n mistake by
flushing the Miliums oconlonully.
says a well-known nuthorlty Meat
forms uric arid which rlog tho kid
ney purr so thoy sluggishly filter or
strain only part of the whkIo nnd
poison from tho blood, thou ou get
sick. Nearly nil rheiimiitNm, head
aches, llwr trouble, imrvoiisuens,
constipation, dluluc, sleeplessnes,
bladder disorders to mo from sluggish
Tho moment ou feel n dull actio In
the kidneys or your back hurts, or It
the urine Is cloudy, offensive, or If
the urine Is cloudy, offensive, or full
ot sediment, Irregular of paiumgo or NOTICE
attended by u sensation of scalding. MN THE 0I8TUICT COUIIT OP THE
get nbout four ouners of J ml Halts' I'NITEM STATES
from miy rellablo plianimry nnd tukoi for dm HMrlit of oron.
n tiihlctlHHiufut In u i:las nt water In the Matter of O. V Holmes, llnnk-
beforo breakfast for u few days nnd rupt
nur kidneys will then art flue This) Notlro Is hereby ghnn to Ibiisn
fiimou shits U mado fropt tho nt-ld whom It may i out urn. that I will. In.
nf grapes and leinon Juice, combined ginning on Prlday Hut I'Jtli day of
Willi llllila mid bus boon used for . May. I itJ2, ot tint hmir nf 10 o't lo. I,,
geiiorotloiis to flush clogged kldnevsA M , nt tho Klutmith Cash Oruriry
nnd Ktlmiiliito llinin lo nillvlty. alio Store, nt No 71. Main HI, hi 1 1...
to niiiitriillro I lin nrlils In iirlno so It , City of Kliiliuilll 1 alls, tlr.ioli. s.-ll
no longer muxes Irritation, thus rod
Ing hi older dltorders.
Jail Salts Is luexpeitntwi and ra li
mit Injure, make n delightful effer
vesrent llthla-waler drink which nil
regular meat raters should Inko now
nnd then to keep tho kldnu) clean
uinlMhu blood pure, thervby nvoldtiig
srlou kidney rompllrntUuis - Adv.
at am lion nil of the stork of grot it
les, furnitiiro mid fixtures, dry kho.u.
mid hardware, belonging tli siti.l
(lAltltKITK. VAN IIIPEII.
S-17 Trustee In I lu tilt rti it
Clntsknnln- New flO.UOO hntel
Srio Contract let lor school gm
(Iruiitn l'n 'iriKiiii l!nmir'
operiillv,, ticnorlallou to bllll.l I '' "
piicltlnK Iioiiko hero
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way and talks III u i;ravo, serious
way about ships; he dislikes talking
Ho didn't 8.1) though vblpplng
men say so that lie has started out
to bring into realization one of tho
llttlo known dreams of the Into rail
road king. A d i c.im of the Into E,
II., when he died In 1909 was an
American merchant marine.
Thero uro 32 ships of approximate
ly 240,000 gross tons lu tlm fleet
married and has two daughters. At
his homo In Arden, N. Y., ho farms
on a largo scale.
Harriman Is upholding his father's
reputation for bard work.
"I llko work," he says. "I cannot
see how anyone, could prefer to bo
Idle. I am doing the thing which I
believe. Is tho best anil the most Im
portant thing 1 ran do for the In
terests of America. An American
merchant marine means much to tho
Qet results by using class ada.
Oh Me! Oh My!
That delicious Chocolate
' Coated Ice Cream Bar
Klamath Falls Creamery
Sold by All Dealers
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DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TWO HEARTY LAUGHS
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ffl 1HISONE ,3 aiSN OVER HERE JO - " flSRS V THAT GOV SIT TIM
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B I -Vww I HERE WHEN I VANT - I R THAT WET PAIMT.
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mm-mm, LAWN or FIELD murpHeto seed store