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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD.
KLTAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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buck if ran demanded
JOHN V. TlHOMAM, wcU-kMffli
Insurance! twin of YYJtMlngiiMt
Del,, who declare Tsrlw prompt
ly overcame, his stubborn slo
acli trouble nml rHB-iinwn cntuH
llun following two attack of In
flnen7ji. : (lulu Height nml now
PcbU Cover Area 12 lo'15 Bloclcs; Were Introduced
As Delicacy; Now Tolcc Poonennion
May Have Disappeared From Face to America
Not From Moving Picture "Bad Men"
SNAILS OVERRUN GAL. TOWN
HACH.Mi:XTO, 1'iillf., July -!. A . ltioliiK"' f Hi'! Inmiiil of et
lonlrol ttf lite Miilo ilep.iiliiiiiit of nuiliiilliiio Iiiin lirttun Ilic link of ild
lliiK tM Joltii, Nun IMi'Uii niiilil), or ii mk nf miiiIIn, iiiiiileil in l nuer
IliK mi una of II! lo Irt Mm It In l.u .I11II11 mill iiImi liireslluit tint HiTlpp
limllttilliiii iiImiiii a mill' mmiii.
Tin- miiiIIn, mill) In Iiiui- Im'iii IiiIkhIiiiiiI Iij oint- Kuiilhrni Kuropit
roklilrutt of Hun IHi'Kii, Mini 11 IIIi iIk'iii ii fowl ilrllniili", iiri rrpoHril
Ihi limulltiK hiiih'h, litutm iiniI MiiiiIiIht) In kh'M iiiiiiiIm'ik 11111I i'WII
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Slug Slug prison linn 11 Imiulri'il or, 'Tonl Ik WpiiiK In Mini " says
mi iiinrii ih'ciiiuiiIh than ii'IU i:nry. 1 lii'iillliip. Yen, that's tho best thing
w Intro ymi look ou see 11 Intuiting iibuut'eiu Hyriictimi llcrnld.
problem. At tlin mtnio time, I lie law
ullt hid tn It Hint HIiik HIiik'h tmmn'tn
urn n 01" evicted.- New Orleans
Tim railroad l.ubor lliwrd stems tn
feel tluit tlni litlmriir In worthy of IiIh
liiwnr -Anhiivllln T(mrn.
.Itiniill rniiiiinrt mill serviceable If you like, nuuaro ilmillni:. reuann
rirnt 11I1I kltii. l. CurrlriH For Drugs. Initio prices it ml IiiIhIIIkhiiI drug ser-
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Where the Swallows Fly.
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It's the same high-quality
Tea now in a round tin-
FOLGliR'S GOI.DKN GATKTKA is
still blended from the same carefully
sclcacd varieties of tea. Its high qual-i
ity remains unchanged.
But it has a new container a round
vacuum tin which brings all the fine
flavor and fragrance of the tea right
to your cup. This package is flavor in
surancc foryou. Black Tea or Green.
- Ask your grocer.
V jjBLipBETSys. I
Read the Advertisement in the
lower right hand corner of page
two. of next Thursday's Issue.
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CHICAGO, July 2C niack moua
tnehen mny Imvo illiapponrpil from
Iho facu of America but tlin Iny puli
llc today In ah Innlnlent oh over he
foro that Itn fiction and movie; vil
lains wear tliom.
Till and oilier popular conrop(lon
of "bad mon" woro pointed out liprn
today by Tom I'roto Croud, profcu
nor of compnrntlvi) Jlturaturo at tlio
unnrrmiy ni i;nmKO " won ono
of the Judges In tliw nclcctlan of n
$10,000 prlzu wlntilni; nccimrlo from
tlin 27,000 that wcro entered by iima
teura In a plcturo-play rnntriit rorent
ly conducted by Tho CIiIwiro Dally
"Hmooth-ahavcn faces hava been
tho Mylo evnr Hlnco nlne-ti;ntha of
TIKE SALTS TO
Ht I.CM Mont If Yiu Kvl llatknrliy
Or llavo lllnibliT
Ilia ninaiour wrltars v,ixo born'
gald I)r Croji, "but tho Rran,t ma
jority of tlio contestants flyoclflcd In
their Htorlcn thnt thoir scoundrolM
should haro bold black moustaches,
'file. Idea that dark hair n;rom the
upp'T lip denotes wickedness Is nn
nnclent one, handed down In folk
stories from tho Northern Knropoan
"Those blond races hare Implanted
Charming Gingham Gown
Ml.il Helen Flint In Imr "personally conducted" gingham goi. Kbo
lie nan In tho Pollle. Had n part In "The IVml-VlrRln." ncted with Lil
lian (!lli and will appear next nonttou In William A. llrad'a New York
suicets, "Tbu Nest."
Ill, I.IM.I.W CASSKUS
Ni:W VOHK, July 20. Jit ''tho
simple drens pictured, which was do
nlKiied And norn by Ml us Holen Flint,
nn actrcM of tho screen and of tho
K'Kltlmatu ulnce, Pink ami wlilto
RlliKbiii Is embottlsbril wltll dainty
scallop bound with the braid. In this
rnsc It Is of whltn nrRanille, embruld
vrod In black, nml tho snmo trim I
applied to tho lint nml dainty pink
Dccoratlo splnuhes of color mark
nlmost ecry frock ecn In metro
politan hhepx this season. As summor
grows tit warmth, rotors and con
trasts grow In brllttanco and bold
ness. Judo green continues n popu
larity that has lasted well through
two seasons, and Is especially fuored
by blondes. Orchid and other violet
tones nro liked by maids with demuro
tastes; whllo tangcrlno or one of
tho many shades of orango that rival
sunsot skleJ nro strong favorites
villi brunettes nml brown-linlrcd
Two colors or moro nui5,t bo itsid,
If ono would consldertho mod 1 at
nil. Whether In bait gowns or stmt
frocks, combinations of Btartllar.lf
different tints and designs scorn nec
essary to tho making of mlUilyM
dress. Wash materials especially
rIiow cxlromo effects In two or moio
colors. A gingham or llncn or ochor
cotton fnbrlo of plain or :h.:ltu&
background w 111 lmvo ctrclen or odd
shnped pieces of brllllnnt fabrlo laid
against It. In designs as original ns
Its maker can conceive Kvcn Mr1s,
buttorfltes or flowors nro cut tn Rny
dashing lttiot from ono color and np
piled to nuothor.
This Bt)lo calls for considerable
Ingenuity In working out combina
tions; nml In theso days, whon Hpuol
la ns much liked by homo dressmak
ers ns by motor maniocs, thn "poUt
of demarcation" botwcoh fabrics Is
somotlmos vexatious, becauso It in
volves todloushnnd work, turning In
odgca or coorlng thorn with hand
Memories Will Live Whon You
Say It With
Klamath Flower Shop
Muln Street. I'hono
Opon Sundays 0 to 1
Weok days, 8 u. in. to 8 p.
stltchery or In some way tlQ'ng a
finish for them. '
A new double fold finish has been
dolsed which helps out materially
In, accomplishing this task. It Ii an
ltnprocmmit of tho bias bu.idln.;
which has been n boon to home druse
makers In tho past, Tho new feat'iro
Ih that nil raw- edges nro cliniluatoJ.
This lmrocinent Is giilneil through
tho slmplo expedient of folding the
bias strips a second time, bringing
thivcut edges In such posltli'i thnt
they cannot possibly slip out from
under tho sewing mnchlno noodle,
of en though tho braid bo stitched nt
but ono edge, ll Is called Uarlons
binding, from tho man who first saw
Meat forms uric acid which excite.
and .overworks the kidneys In their
efforts to filter It from tho system.
Regular caters of meat must flush
tho .kidneys occasionally. You must
relievo them llko you relievo your
bowols; removing all tho acids, wasto
kind poison, clso yoa feel n dull mis
ery in tne kiuncy region, snarp pains
In thn back or sick headache, diz
ziness, your stomach sours, tonguo Is
coated and when tho weather Is bad
you have rheumatic twinges. Tho
urlno Is cloudy, full of sediment: tho
channels often got Irritated, obliging
you to get up two or thrco times dur
ing tho night.
To neutralize these irritating acids
and flush off tho body's urinous
waste get about four ounces of Jail
Saltg from any pharmacy: take a
tablespoonful In a glass of water bo
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act flno and
bladder disorders disappear. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lomon Juice, combined
with tllhla, and has been used for
generations to clean and stimulate
sluggish kidneys and stop bladder
Irritation. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive:
harmless and makes a' delightful ef
fervescent llthla-watcr drink which
millions of men and women tako now
and then, thus avoiding sorlous kid-
noy and bladder diseases. Adr.
popular beliefs and Idcns In tho Unit
ed States today, Inheritance telling
their superstitions tn us ovor nnd
over ngaln. Their folk nnd fairy talcs
nrn ours. They wero always at war
with peoples of tbo southern Euro
pean nations and grew to assoclatu
the black lialr and moustaches of
those enemies with general villainy
"Thoy terrified their children with
stories, myths and legends of black
whiskered marauders and mUrdorcrs.
1 Sea raldora and buccaneers of a Inter
period cultivated tho sweeping sable
moustachn as a symbol of ferocity
and a means of spreading terror., 80
thoroughly was this superstition Im
planted In tho popular mind that
Americans of nearly nil races today
unconsciously adopt it.
"Another popular Idea about vil
lains as shown by tho 27,000 writers
SMALL C11USS FIHK
A small grass tiro on Eleventh
street near tho scrilco station for
merly conducted by M. S. Lester
brought out tho tiro department at
SMC this afternoon. No damage was
Kngllsh bnnkors nro said to bo
ready to lend China $.100,000,000.
Why not lend It to Kngland to pay
us? American Lumberman.
Ma) bo No Majlto Yen
Insurance Agent "Now that you
aro rnVrled J 'suppose, jou will take
oit a policy "
Now wed "Oh, no, I guoss not. I
don't think she's going to bo dangerous,"
A cigar clork,
She doesn't mako
Her husband work.
AS A RULE
"As a rulo, nine's a fool.
When it's hot, wants it cooL
Whon it's cool, wants It hot,
Alwnjs grumbling at hla lot.
Ilo t hot, or' be It cool
As a rulo, man's a fool.
It Is understood that tlio mandate
for WHliamson County, Illinois, hna
boon off 01 oil to Turkey. Philadel
phia North American.
Tho only objection to llJiig in tho
cotyitry Is you havo to go to town
for your vucntlou.- Washington
"Tho flu left mo In such a run
down condition llfo was mlsorablo
and work r. burden." declared John
W. Thomas, well-known Insurance
man, COO Tntnnll St., Wilmington,
Del., In n reeont statement regarding:
"Twlco I was a vlcl'm of the flu,"
hit fifi(lnMnil tfii 1fit i ! r ntinitf
.1 , w. .l At-- ' IUMHHIIU liJU iUb UJUU UUUUb
IH uiai cigarcnes louay ro lceii. ui,two yparg B0 nn,j gnco jhon j guf.
weakness and untrust worthlncsi, ifcred from stomach trouble, nervous
that cigars aro symbols of ruthless- ntss and dizzy spells. After eating,
ness and harshness, but that pipes jK- JffS?!
oro Indications of sweetness of char-jtoat B0 ,ait ,t alarme,i mo nna 1
actcr, tolerance, strength, manliness, nearly smothered. I could novor get a
gentleness of soul, slmplo honesty good night's sleep and got up morn
and genera, heroism. ' '.n'dTu"? ,a"l '" "
"This may seem odd In a day 1 ..Qtber medicines scorned to do me
when cigarette smoking Is very gen- harm Instead of good, but thrco bot
cral, but it Is tho survival of strong" tics of Tanlac rid mn of Indigestion,
and violent opinions taken by tho " ".".".".'LV: -3T . tii ii
public fifty years ago and which
lives on In tho race's unconscious
views and como to light In its writings.
Tho chamber of commerco are out
n aiierc.nt man. Taniac is certamiy
Tanlac is sold by all good drug
College training plus 17 'yean
H.V W , ., - . " ,
to eliminate the knockers. Lets all practical eipenenco manes us cora-
lln thorn r,irrln Vnr TlrilP. 2B . UOtCHl lirCBCriBUOn UHIWUMU. "I-
Won't l bo nlco henw qot back
from Normalcy! Ilrooklyj? Eagle'.'
All tho tourists say wo havo a very
nice town and wo agrco with them
Cm rlns For Drugs. 20
rlcs For Drugs.
Tho agonda of the Hague peace
conference will consist chiefly of the
Gorman request for tlmo and the
Russian reqwost for money. New
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Oave thQ cost
of stationary tubs
in thai new homes
EVERY CENT you can save on nonessentials in that new
home jicrmits you just so much more money for necessary
conveniences. 5 You don't need stationary tubs in the base
ment. For the Laun-Dry-Ettehas made stationary tubs unneces
sary just as it has made a wringer unnecessary.
You can do an entire washing.in
The Laun-Dry-Ette does ALL the
v6rk of washing without any extra
tubs. It washes the clothes, and wfiirls '
out the suds; it rinses them and
whirls out the rinse water; it blues
them, and wu'rls them dry for the
line a whole tubfulat a time, '
Phone or write for a demonstration.
the Laun-Dry-Ette without putting'
your hands in the.wter ' Youhandw, '
damp clothes, bu(; never wet tlothej
And because it has no wringer, the
Laun-Dry-Ette cannot break outtom
nor smash hooks and fasteners.
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