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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
r; nnoci.ii..'. jwutf id
Ha Ht HMili ,mi,m Vty HufltOv
X'ttblUfaed dallr except Suidty, by
TO Herald Publtahlnic Comptny of
KUmath Falls, at 119 Klthth itrett.
aterod at the postoftlca at Klam
ath Falls. Ore., for tranamluloa
tamed tbo mails at ieeon4lai
MIMBKR OF TUB ASSOCIATED
:g niEsa ,
Ta Aaooelntcil PreM U eiclnatv
I atltlerl to thn u for publica
tion of 'Ml noxra dUpMeho. credited
ttfllt.'er'ndt othenylai 'credited 'In
thU super, and' also tho local now
nahllibvil hnrAln. ' '
led ' pooplo con llvn
than one ulnRlo in a a In
"TUtttWUAV, WAV It, 1022
GET OUR SHARE
SIGNIFICANT of the futuro de
velopment of the vrcst aro con
run figure nhowltiK tho vast In;
crease of western manufacturing
Industry In the last few years. Cal
ifornia has taken tho greatest
stride tho stnto'a manufactured
products Increasing In value from
$250,000,000 In 1900 to approxi
mately $3,000,000,000 tn 1920.
There's food for thought In thh
for Klamath Falls. This .city of
fers Ideal location for manufacturing
enterprises. Wo have unlimited,
possibilities of hydroelectric de
velopment, wo havo relatively cheap
sites to offer, material for building
at our doors. There's one essen
tial lacking, but that can be over
come lack of adequate transporta
A study of the census returns
shows n striking movement of the
center of the manufacturing indus
try from the Atlantic frontage to
the Mississippi v alloy states. . Pro
ducing 4ho bulk of manufacturing
material and fuel as they do, the
central states are gradually out
stripping tho Atlantic seaboard
Stated statistically, tho 17 states of
the Atlantic frontage supplied (8
per cent of tho manufacturer re
corded by tho census of 1870, (4
per cent in isso, as per cent In
1900, and 47.9 per cent in the cen
sus of 1920. The tout outturn or
the manufacturing establishments of
the Atlantic fronUgo in 1919 was
11 times as much. In value, as 50
years earllor, while tho outturn of
the other-parta of the country was
12 times as much ag half a century
t This westward .movement of the
manufacturing industry Is Into tho
Mississippi valley because 'there Is
produced most of the cotton, wool.
Iron, copper. lead and timber in
the country, and also the-Anlk of
tho fuel with which it is moved to
the great centers to be transformed
Into manufactures. In population.
that other factor In manufacturing.'
me Atlantic states show an increase
or 137 per cent In tho last CO years.
and tho other sections of the 4oun
try an increase of 205 per cent In
the samo period.
Judging by tho trend of manu
factoring development or the last
20 years and the shifting of vomi
latlon; it may bo safely predicted
that tho west wilt eventual!, be
come the center of wealth of the
Oregon needs to accelerate its
progress to keep pace with the
westward movement and Klamath
cosnty, with Its great natural pos-
leimies to encourage manufactur
ing investment, should be la the
van of Oregon development.
Klamath can provldo inducements
above the averago.to Attract In
dustrial Investments. We must get
this roallatton centered in every ln:
dividual consciousness and shape
our courso accordingly.
In England, a Ford license h
more than $100. They don't llko
Money doesn't talk ns much art
people who havo money.
Inv tint. 4ftn (nil .aii Hint AM nn.
pie a day' won't keep tho doctor
away If It Is n ureen apple.
.With a war In China, that fa
mous pen door Is marked "Kxlt."
Days aro so long now you can
son threo picture shows before
"Where do liars' go?" Is pulling
Doyle. Ferhap thoy go where
they are often told to go.
B4Ulu cry of the nntt.bobbtnK
crusaders Is "Long may It wave."
' Ono' paper prints, a chapter from
the Bible every day- It Is news,
and good news, to some people.
A man may be down but never
out unless he is down" In tho mouth.
If tho'coal'strike keeps up there
will be a slato shortage.
Fact that there are bootleggers
Is proof they don't drink the kind
of stuff they soil.
Tn Paris they havo a hog bath J
house. Bathing gone to the bow
wows. Boarders reallio there's no place
like homo when they seo strawber
ries on the market and prunes on
Many a chicken, wise as an owl. Is
taken for a lark and acts like a
goose, lay the old hens.
In Georgia, the wind picked up a
load' of corn and carried It to town.
May hav been a trado wind.
'Conan. Doyle tolls us what heaven
is like. Cuss your wife's folks to
rind what hell Is like.
Doctors get by because they havo
Inside Information. ,
' "- "" J.-.' . IV Tit
ToU n OIum of Stilts If Your Itm'k
llurts or HlmhVY Trouble
No man or woinnn who enls meal
regularly can mnko n mlstnko by
(.'OOliTJA TIIIIIVKH I.N I'OOIl
flushing the kidneys occnslonnlty. I. .... ',
snyti .1 well-known authority. Meat Iirllllmit
Thero nro very few plants
which poor soil ran bo mlrlsod.
nnntiul known n tlo go-
forma uric ncld which excites tho I ilotlu Is ono of thorn. Tho iu.lHlt
kidneys, they become overworked rraw poor unit If It U to blossom
frfh tho strain, net wugglsn nmn. r . iirii.,n.. ., t i, ,,-.
fall to filter tho wnste and poisons ;.riol "ml r""' . H ' "''-
from tho blood, thou wo got sick. t'"K ' ''y l the K wiener,
Nearly nil rheumatism, headaches, who bus poo soil. In rich soil It.
uvcr .ruuuiu, ntnuimu-n, '"""""i mivciopx n gfont many leaves, mil
sleeplessness and urinary dlsonlors , . . , . . .
como from sluggish kidneys. ,r ,,,'"'., , , .
Tho moment you feel n dull nclip1 T1" Kodetla U mi old annual, hut
In tho kidneys or your bark hurts or Is by no-moans common lit gardens.
If the urlno Is cloudy, offriinlve, full tt U u member nt Ihu itonlng
of sedlnuMit, Irregular or pass iRoor nm0 f a , ,,
attended by a sensation of scalding
stop eating meat and get about four '" ,,loo' ' l"tlnK. but one
ounces of Jad Salts from any phnr-l follows another so quickly that for
macy; take a tnblcspoonful In n glass tlio greater part of tho summer '
f .W?'vl m,,rfcirwmannr! lino' tuTnl "" mass of color par
few days your kidneys win act flue, i ,.,.,. , ,. ,, , ,
This famous salts Is madn from tho , l,cl,,nr,lr " "'" cw' l,0 nr "l"
acid of grapes nnd lemon Juice, com- j I'cd off,
blncd with llthlj. nml has been used i It has showy satiny flowers of
lZUrWZ:. n'Vne'ur ! ? "Win, In reds, pinks and
the acids In urlno so It no longer ' vm ot various shades. Thero
causes irritation, thus ending bind-, numerous jian.od varieties mid
der weakness. thero uru also doublo forms. A
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and can- ,iwarf strain makes an oven mere
not ulure: 'makes a delightful effcr- .., ..... , . .
vescent llthlu.wnter drink which "'eH" hcddlng plant from thn
everyone should tako now and then . nature of Its growth than tho till
to keel tho kidneys clean and active Icr sorts. These grow only ten
and the blood pure, thereby uvoldlng
serious' kidney complications. Adv.
Inches hlith whero the .novo robust
sorts attain a heliiht of a foot mid
a half. The litn.it wimlii sunshine
Thoy should be planted enrly In
boxes or frame i nnd trausplautud
to tlutlr hfdft In May or ns noon
ns tho wimtliertioems settled. They
should be planted n foot apart.
9J1bVbVJahbVJas t rnVJCflBr' .bh
For the brllllanry of Its colors
mid tint beautiful satiny tenure of
the bloom which Is of a good site
It Is strtngfl that this aumml has
made Its u-.iy so klowly iiKIioukIi
Scio Cheese factory doing good
business, installs $500 separator.
Cottage Orove Calapooya Springs
company planning uxtonslvo improve
ment at summor resort.
NOTICK TO CIlKDITOfU
Notlco Is hereby given, iJut.Jhe
undersigned, aj SuperluUmdent of
Banks, for tho State of Oregottf lcln
charge of tbo' assets and' faff air of
the.FIrst 'State and SavtDgs'Bank pt
Klamath Falls, Oregon, for the pur-,
pose of liquidation, ' ;
All persons' who" may have claim
against said bank are hereby notified
to make legal proof thereof by filing
a duly verified claim, as by Law pro
vlWd.wlth' the Deputy fluperlnten.
dent of Hunks lit charge at the'offfce
of thft First SUto ancj eaylijgs.Bank.
Klamath Falls, Oregon. on or'bofore
the llth'day'bf May; 1922. '
FRANK C, HKAMXELL,
Superintendent of Banks.
Dato ot first' publication February
9th. 1022. ' C vu i
Date of last publication May llth,'
F 9.1C.23 Mar. 2,0,10.23J0,8.13,20,
87 Apr. 0,13,20,27 Mav 4,11
THB JOUHXKVK K.VD." A
I -STORY OF MATH'S fJAMK
"Tho Journey's Knd" Is a picture
which marks u distinct advanco In
tho art of motion picture making, for
It Ja th first serious drama over
mado without a single sub-tltlo.
A Tcorps of gifted playcrav assist
In the telling ot a forceful story, and
Mr, Ballln has achieved many .ex
quisite pictorial effects. Especially
worthy of mention aro the scenes tak
en'in Rome and those In tho home of
tho millionaire, mtllowncr.
Acting honors are evenly divided
between Mabel Ballln, Wyndham
Standing, Oeorgo Bancroft, the three
leading players, whlio the balance of
the cast is more than .adequate.
The Journey's End" tells tho
story of a young girl delicately nur
tured and bredwbp leaves a con
vent in Rome,' where she, has been
educated, t,o .make her home with
an, undo.' in America. Through
force ot circumstances she Is forced
lat'o a niarilagQFVlth a man in
finitely ber Inferior. Then, when
flflsJIy. sho meets a man who Is In
every' sense of the word ber mate,
conditions become Intolerable, and
she'jieaves her husband. How Fate
Intervenes to straighten out the
tangle, makes ono of tho most grip
ping, forceful stories' ever flashed
upon the silver-sheet, a story which
combines. dramatic force with a rare
amount ok pictorial beauty.
ACiW fitran'df tonight. Entiro
proceeds "tonight go to the timber
Back Weak and
Lame for Years
JRafc wrmiae. pain, atHhMsa
hUS)f OWli. lassshsiOII '
Itrservo District No. 1m
,St., Jacobs Oil stopa any pain, so
when your back is sore and lame, or
lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism has
you stiffened up. don't suffer! Hot a
small trial bottlo of old, honest St.
Jacobs Oil nt any
drug store, pour a
little In your hand,
and rub It right on
your aching back;
nnd by tho time
you count fifty the
soreness and lame
ness Is gone.
. Don't stay crip,
pled. This sooth
ing, penetrating oil
needs to be used
only once. It takes
tho pain right out and ends the mis
cry. It Ik magical, yet absolutely
harmless, and doesn't burn the sklu.
Nothing elso stops lumbago, sciat
ica, backache or rhoumatlsm so
promptly. It never disappoints!
- Thii cdk'e U'atmyi ftp-
misr and u m sbensi '
I ' write of sWsj and bdgi:
HI J" , !"
cup .-water, t'cap Csresdon
MUk, cup nunsr or bphiiuiv
I ami 'mil
flour," 4p. haUns pcrwosr.
syssJia smwwiwis cnociww
sp. vsnUla, ... r
Cffsss the buttsrCadd the sug
r itradttally, then the well beat
en egg yolks. Add aluraaMir
mttk and ur mlssd and sifted
Ait iMlU4'cheltM so4 ,
ibsa tfc mmt bfUafSwMHs..
na la Ut ftern to SS mlnatM.
if wau tvaA'i mm
niiuUBtsd shit !
Dr. Coble prescribes glastos
for your eyes after a careful
scientific examination. Ho
gives you tbo benefit of an
optical education and nioro
than 25 years experience In
fitting glasses. Hundreds of
your neighbors and friends
aro wearing glasses prescribed
and furnished by him. Un
has a complete (.urfnclng and
edging plant, wboro ho grinds
tho lenses from tbo rough
gleg blanks that aro required
to fit your eye.
Nov. if wo ran nuiko lenses
from tbo rough glass, wo aro
capablo of duplicating 'your
broken lcnsij correctly, which
wo do whllo you wait.
(Corao in and sco how It Is
Soo tho rough glasB blanks
In our window.
' Dr. Goble
IMiunc, Ofc. 1S3W, lies. 331 -J
cnarter No. 11, HO I
IIKPOIIT OK CONDITION OK Till:
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .
OK KMMATH 1'AM.H '
At Klamath Falls, In the Staio of Oregon, nt tho close of business on
- .May C, 1922
1 a Loans and discounts Including -rcdls-
2 Overdrafts, unsecured
U.d. (Jovemment sevurltlrs nwnrilt
a Deposited to sccura circulation (U. M.
bonds par value) 100,000.00
b All other United States Uovorntnent
securities .. , j. 0,1U4.34
S Oilier bonds, Morkw, Msurjll.--, ele
C llanklng House.' $26,000.00; furniture uud
fixtures. 9.152.07 V
S Lawful reiervo with Federal Itoservo Hank
10 Cush In vault and amount duo from notion
12 Kxchtmge for clearing Imusu
Total of Item 9, 111 nnd 12 K'.nr.l.SI
II b Mlicollaneous cash Items
13 lteleraptlon fund with IJ. S. Treasurer and
.diiu from U S. Treasurer
1C Other assets If nny
' C.7I1 16'
frA w.raoi p-vrf , 1
EL ' 01 , shepp1' J&
When olinnglui? buby'H diu
por nhvnyH uhc fhrtitdM"
Zinc Stoarnto! Then you will
not have a "Cry Baby."
It is the smart of tho wet
diaper that makes "Niiyht
This new baby's (lusting pow
der is a blessing to them and
A generous sized can, 2Go.
STAR DRUG CO.
I'lKTII .INK main HNtnrrH
i:!,,!!, oitii:iiM Kii.i.cn moMrri.YA!
It litis been In cull I vat ton for .iinny UIKICIillH AKTCIt TIIOI'IHCS
years I'rolmbly It Is dun tu tho ,.
fact that it Is unuully given too Vl'llA t'lTV, t'ullf., May '. IVuch
rich fure and runs all tn leaves. kmucih of Sutter rouuly this year
If you have a poor piece' of will again strive for tiopliles nml nth
ground, try godetlas nnd ou wither pi lies uwarded niiuiially In I
bo rownrded It does nut want ton couiitj's i:rowlui: content Cntoll
much inoltture llklni; n fairly dry , m.-ut Idunks will be distributed Muy
17 Capital stock paid In ......
is Surplus fund -
19 Undivided profits, rescued for Interest
and taxes accrued .- -
20 Circulating notes outstanding
23 Amount duo to State bunks, bunkers, uud
trust companies iu the United States
and, foreign countries (other than In
eluded In Item, 21 or 22) ... ...
24 Certified checks outstanding
25 Cashier's checks outstanding ..
Total of Items 23, 21 unit 25
Ifenmnil cleposji (other limn tiniiU tie.
4 posits) nublrxt to Itcnerte (deposits
1 payablo within 3U days:)
26 Individual deposits subject to check ,
27 Certificates of deposit duo In less than 30
days (other than for money borrowed)
Total of demand deposits (other
than bank deposits) subject to
Itcsorvu, Items 20 and 27 3!lS,l!lS,15
Time deposits subject to Itexenro (pay
able after 30 dujs, or subject' to 30
days or m6ro notlco, nnd postal sav
!3 2 Certificates of deposit (other than for '
money borrowed) ,. . ..
34 other limn deposits ,
35 l'ostal savings doposlts
Total ot lime deposits subject1 to He.
I nerve, Items 32, 34 und 35 79,634.52
DOES SHE SMILE ENOUGH? '
When she learn of tho convert
tenecs, she will bo satisfied with
nothing but electricity in her
Wlij do Ihiitiaiindi like rletlrli 111
Wlin i eli i n le I'lcaui'i toil hii.iki mid
Kin trie lions ioM HKI.00 nml fuel lnSited
Ailloiuolilles 9KHI.OII In DI.IIOO.INI, when
a liorv mill Imikk) iii.u l:ioil.nir:
It's the SERVICE she Rets; the
ease in accomplishins the every
day tnslcs of life.
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER
Total , 1700,289.63
State of Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss.
- I, K. M, Ilubb, vlco president and canlilor of the nbovo named bank, du
solomnly swear that theu hove statement Is true, to thn best of my know),
edge and bMlcf K. M.JjUDH Vim 1'resldunt und Cunlilor.
COIlItKCT Attest: .
W. C. DAI.TON.
O. W. HOUSTON, Directors.
MAIIV IJ. STI'.WAIIT. Notary Public
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mu this lltli duy of May, 1922.
(My Commission expires April 7, 1925)
Oh Me! Oh My!
That delicious Chocolate
Coated Ice Cream Kar
Klamath Falls Creamery
' Soft! by All Dealers
DOINGS OF THE.DUFFS
HELEN HAD ALREADY ' TAKEN INVENTORY1
MJlt)UFF,yoORWIFE- HELLO.HELEM? VE5 I HAVt! WEU.I CAMT COMB POT j 77JcerZrZZ
U 'CALLED VOOPIVt ItOERSTANO VOUCOT AWAV TieRE; NOW-STALL HER ( SPLIS0
I TIMES WHILE VOO pVETMw-? You've PEN THISMOfWNG ALOkG- TELL HER.YOU'LL . WEM-BUT' J
lWRfcOOT HHwZ71t 'rWIWOTO vIlTHOIJTlEAvTNS PAV HER NEXT WEEK- ' S. TrlAT ISM'T'ENpOGHlJ
0 I Ifllji a- WAMTTOTALK GTMEOM, ME ANV MONEV- OH. 5AV! XooK IN THAT PAIR , s rZ
1 'MWM TOME TXR PHONE! EiDRKJSJS OF TROUSERS HAKGING IN MV TSA
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tn ( ft ( L ICAN,TPAVHEg1 YWO ONE DOLLAR ,. .mJ e t(Z I 1A
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Mm i MURFfHEY'S SEED STORE I
. "TSf.. , 1J4 South Sixth Street 'pHomI?4 "" " I
Seed lor Your GARDEN, LAWN or
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