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The Temple Theatre
QUALITY ONLY jf
U1MEK nSII.V AT BiMn
IP'vYaated, a OraadsaoOier,''-
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v lBrau imw
Itthe Weekly.
Cnrrtat
"Marjorir'a Dtameael
Kdlsoa coi
"The ArrowiaaBer'a fKtitr,
Palhe Amtfu story.
J" .
YaaVIS
rroMM to
VMAomt k
fjL TMf M
t HBa taeSMW
lU OS the bill.
no iota wjui pana of im
Aiaaikl jWfM MMl ASV
rd$fer $atariaie to torn
lead I'd Mae MMr yo tho valley.
cmMn
et In America HM. Phoae Ml
7M, um eaay term.
Co nalt for develowara
good right aow. I'd i
yon some good view J
Houses .
tHf at
teruia. If ;
8VNPAT
"Xew Charrh '
Eaaana drama
i Crow I
Vltagrag) h drama.
"Doable
blnfcomedy.
"The tAtmriMtM
Edleoiadrama
ALL IJCKN8KD riCTURaas
The Majestic
aau.
dgkma.
wietera.
yty HIiIii IffJiiaid to Three
HrrsaoarlayJOetoaar T.
eaetWhaatre day.
BaturdM
FKATt'KK RKKL
"I'p AiaM It," '
"Imp" comedy.
"Chaato the lUlabow."
Rex drama
"Dotty's Xew Doll,"
Thanhouser dr
"The r'orebjK 8ay,"
Nestor War
"The Brand,"
American
"JKtM.1
Matinee
Program chaai
ilar, Friday,
oadv. Wedaee-
and Sunday.
-
K AS1LGA
1JTWAM
dVmcfng
Wodneaday adftordoy bve.
HALL FOtoKENT
Jericho Club
s
- f-UK -
vg. a mm
uoy i-emrws
la bejfasenl ol 1. U. HV '. Teui-
pleBowllng. Billiard I'uol
Room Iteadlcg miiiiii
fvale Sitting Itooni for He-
hekahs oaly.
Visiting Brothels and Slater
alwaya welcome.
Our lliudaesn ta Oood!
llvr Cu..mers are Goad!
Because oun
Groceries
are Good
A iuiiipllmant.iS older will
ffi
convince yo
7
Vtnirx anxious lu plessv.
roonara i
linear.!-.
Vr
Grocery
Try a raa of
"AI.TA
I'lione IWII
Hrtlri.
V
Wher
Wood Wood
Kick iHiegxmu
J3C,
UmhuiUiy woo.
4ft, til 12in
Leavebrders at
O.K. Jranskr Co.
m JW 1 Cor. 6 and Mala
P. CCarlson
aid
Vim?
M
Fir Whdfe do yoo boy
yoor Qi
I Hrcoad 1y do yu bay
Ihrm there?
If you ardi aot grttlag the
brat at the raht price yoa are
aot our caatoaera.
Van RMr Bros.
PhonfU5i
THE EVENING HERALD
V. O. SMITH Kdlloi
I'uallahed dally ueapt fan J ay by taa
Herald Pabllahlai Caaaaay of
Klamatb ralla, at lit FeerU It.
KaUred at the poitofflce at Klamath
Falli, Oregon, tor tranamlaalon
through the raalti aa lecond-olaw
matttr.
Hiitiacrlptlon tcrnia b mall to auy ad
dreaa In the Ualted But at:
One jear . . . . . . II.OC
Oar month V .
KUOtATJ rAIJ. (tHK(M)K
SATURDAY, OCTOIIKR n. !!
RfcAL UTATB rRAftBTBRM
a
The following realty traaatora.
contracts, deeds, mortgage, ate, re-
oiitly filed with the county dark,
are furnished by lb City and County
Abitract cempany:
Emma C. Worden to Alex A. Darts,
warranty deed, 110. KH NW4 NRH
8ec. lliSEU 8K.EH 8WU SRU.
NKH 8KH. RH NWU 8K, Sec.
lS-S-.
Ada R. Parsons to J. L. 8parretorn.
administrators deed, 1100, lots 1
and 1, Riverside tracts 7, part of lota
8, 9 and 10, block 5, Bonansa.
Chas. E. Worden to Ellsa M. Mar-
pie, deed, 110, part of lot 6. block 3,
original town.
Thos. 8hepphrd to Jos. Klnnsar,
warranty deed. $10, 8 H SH 8WK
NWU. Sec. I4-J9-15.
Alex A. Davis to Chas. R. Worden.
warranty deed, H.875, part 8WU
SWK and lot B, and all of lot 6, Sec
17-JJ-7H.
II. D. 8tout to D. Ellis Young, quit
cUlm deed, 8EU SWH, Sec. S8-39-10.
Maude M. Orova to John Moraa,
deed, $10, lot 9, block 3, Hot Springs
addition.
Chas. Qravea et al to Clara M.
Collmsn. warranty deed, $10, EH
NEK NWU SWK.Sec JJ-JS-9.
Wm. S. Worden to Ira Crecsllua,
warranty deed, $10, lota and 9,
block 20, Worden.
Ednah R. Capron to Paul M. Raldy
warranty deed, $10, lot 11, block 43,
Hot Springs addition.
Paul M. Reldy to J, P. Satterlee,
warranty deed, $10, lot 11. block 43,
Hot Springs addition.
First National Bank to Oeo. A.
Haydon, warranty deed, $10, lot 4,
block 44. Firtt addition.
Tneodoala E. Shattuck to J. II.
Collmsn. warranty deed, $1. KH
SEW NWK BW.Sec. 21-31-9.
united Statea to Jennie Wilson,
patent, SW!4 NEK. BK NWU,
NH SEK.Sac.-l 9-39-13..
(Paid Advartlaamaat(
CRUSADE DIE NOW
FOR PURE CLOTHS
National Dyers and Cleaners Association
Will Advocate a Battle Similiar to
That Battle for the Pure Food
IM
'I III! LOMMItM'.
m Piini id navu tLaTngmu,! ...,
rf resiling rlujaJfor tlm ,
have nwalllajrihem at hom,
that luiutalWlilcli only ,,,
erly nuyaWitvil bnthr rn
tr.Jrkn modern miilinr;
riuaaRlna has iiUm.i ti,
IUtilIMIlll Of rlrll niul .
ii, for fnw niiraia m..i...
ire no llmltxil mi nut to l0 b.
i illliiril Wlinl una k f.v. ....
hrii an nlinimt priculvM luxury
If )im tloalro to know nil ,iit
lml u imulnrnln mini 7 rnr
be Instnlletl, rail up It I: i:t.t;v
8T. LOUIS. Oct. S. Wanted A wonr woll, wlieroas puro silk la ttiv
Dr. Wllrv t n.l.l for "mirn cloth." .I'Mt wmtrillg inrtteriai nianuiaciumi
This might stand ns n permanent
"ad" for certain manufacturers, deal
era and various associations dealing
In goods tor wearing apparel, now
lining up to drlvu from the markst
the deadly "adulterated fabric,"
which Is fast eating great holes In the
pockrtbook of tho ultimate consumer,
or see that It Is branded, and
pasacd off as a "pure food."
The National Dyers and Cleaners
Asoclatloa Jumped boldly Into the
fight at the recent convention In 8L
l.ouls by passing a resolution favor
ing legislation to brand adulterated
goods. They have pledged to their
support other associations whoso
members handle fabrics In different
ways and together with various man
ufacturers and dealers associations
Kill send a committee to Washington
to work for a national law requiring
the branding of adulterated goods,
Just the same as tho pure food law re
quires the branding of adulterated
foods.
"Tho average housewife does not
know that no per rent of tho silk sold
over tho counters Is adulterated,"
said W. D. Wade, chairman of the
committee on resolutions of the Dyers
Association In St. Louis. 'The gen
eral Impression Is that silk does not
'lln nveriiKii silk dress will fall to
pieces nfter being rlcnned betnuso It
Is nilulleraleil Hut puru silk inn be
tlycd and i leaned mill then made over
"A mnuiifnrturer In some Instance
takes 10 mi in en of silk mid mnked
from ICO to 176 ounces from It."
If your silk "rattles" or "rustles"
It doesn't mean miirh, nrronllug to
not Wiule,
i
for you may be carrying
n rou ml a mixture of glass snd tin,
with n little silk thrown In Silk Is
woeii ns a sort of web, and, accord
ing to Information furnished the
il)eis and cleaners, some manufac
liners llll In tho web with the glass
ami tin mliture.
A "puro wool" bill lias been Intro
iluvd In the house by Itepresentatlve
Murdork of Kansas, and this will be
alveti tho support of the "pure fabric"
flKlitets, They hope to secure legisla
tion so that n person may find In the
stores, labelled before hliu, the puro
limns and the adulterated linens,
with the labels staling the percent of
adulteration.
Wool would be labelled tlif ssme
wny, so that ouo rould tell whether
ho was hii)lng an nll.woot suit or one
of fin per rent cotton With the silks
cirh bolt of goods would bo marked,
showing whether It was pure silk or
Adulterated, mid. If so, how much
MAKE A KICK
eee
I.KTTKIIH KIIO.M THE PKOPLK
sjs)s) s
(Communications sent to the. Her-
aid for publication In this depart- a
ment should not exceed 300 words In,,
lencth and must bo accomnanled bv w
Ilia name nnd address of tho sender.1
Subscrlbsrs of The Herald
Think He Has Mingle Tn llmtcaio who do not receive thalr paper
Kdltor Herald:
While the single tax agitation Is
going the rounds, flll, for tho saku.T
of argument, suggest a scheme which A
I regard ns more Just than the single j homes of now subscribers, but
GRANDMOTHERS
USED SAGE TEA
Candies
That lull yaafTaata
Ckawlag Caocsmtai, Dipped
Nuts, Ralslaa aafPDatasj, Cara-
aad Nat
Candles.
Ask for tbailpke-Mads Kind
Two
Specia
Price $3,
suit; lot 58
tJB
m
A modem boup ball way up
the bill oa SUfa street; very
deMrsble propswty In ovary
way.t
Dest view osWie city without
I he big climb.
wltk Utm to
04.
A modera S-rooBi booas, two
screened posttbas; stone foua
datlon; aaaaV new and rested
at present afr $35 par month.
tax.
I think w ought to hate a board
of tax commissioners whose duly It
should bo to establish how largo a
plat of ground of the various kinds
of land It lequlres to support u fam
ily of the nvcrago size, and then thu)
should establish how many mills per
'dollar should be levied as taxes on
i such plats or farms. If, for Instame,
Jthoy should find It necessary to levy
isuven mills per dollar on the value of
such farms, they should raise the taxi
TO DAKKK.V THE HAIR AND BK- ,0 9 mllu ',or dolUr whenever thsy
HTOBK GIlAa- AND FADED HAIIl"1f"B,!1tW 'ue.h.f" ?Ded b' el
ith V4TITIUI. mi. Individual, and to 11 mills per dollar
TO ITH .VVTUKAL COLOR whenevor they found throo such plats
. . . . . owned by one Individual; and so on'
... rZi "-" " ,ur upward. The more land one Individ-
he hair thnn to restore It, although U8, or corporation owned, tho higher
It U possible to do both. Our grand-.. h. ,.,.., n, . .,,nllM h-
mothers understood the secret They gucn andi
maae a -sage tea," and their dark, ..d lh, ,. ,hM . ,.
gloy hair long after middle life w..owed , th, c Th,
due to tbta fact. ' Our aotbera have two IoU Bnd two ap.rtment hwllvu
4)
:
If Vou Ihi Not (let Vour Paper
.Notify This Oaare
regularly will confer a favor by
notifying this ottlce. With the
Her ld list growing rapidly.
It sometimes occurs that the car
riers are unable to find the
4 they often do not report the fact
to this office.
If you don't receive your paper
regularly, It Is the fault of the
carriers. Ilefore The Herald la
discontinued lu a subscriber for
arrears, tho subscriber Is notl-
Ded by malt. No name Is taken
from the Hit without due notice.
.
POLK'S
,y
ORCftqN and WASxilf CTON
f DiiHjMrectory I
A Olrxlorr ortgsS Cllr, Town nr,l I
J IIUf, filial SSall. klth it
rstli .lM. Issailan. faaulallnn, lt..
ir.ph. .11111111 n.t HJU lnl I
alk CUmIiI.i1 nirxlnrr. cSgSMIM If I
I Im.in.M d4 irr..lon. baV m
u. i. lout a ro sic-trflsa: J
gray hair before they are fifty, but
they are beginning to appreciate tho
wisdom of our grandmotbera In using
"sage tea" for their hair and aro fast
following ault.
The preaeat generation baa the ad-
should be compelled to pay n larger
percentage of taxes on the value or
his property thnn the one who only
Polytechnic College, of Ash
land, Opened September 2
iree departments: Normal, llusl.
nesatand Knglneerlng. The Normal
lllrnlsasifl a strontf rnnruA (a. ,a,.
nwn. ..! IaI ...1.1 ..& ... . S " .- "
w-... v ,,,v ulls i'riincni ors, ns
pouse.
as
Thle schema would not, like tho
own.
fiptclal teachei
, ini'iii.
gtela. FaBoehe
Aakfortbf-MadaKlad I Cloi ln E00a ,,.. $
- ,1 i II III IIUI...U.,
Tllki &n&mtl I Price, $t00; Urau, $1,100 ' ' " - ' " " 'y-'
4M Mala at. I caah, baUasl eaa ba arraaged. FISHING T iCUJtV !
i I I have $00 to loaa oa real I BaaBaaasBB-aasMBasaBBasBaCaBaBi
. J I iUt ' i" couatry. We have averythjr y.,u
KlV'lsf IsVstvasfl I ' Beed ,or l0Rl fliJFK trlj;
As"wsaa. fryvu j ' i l,00k' l,ne' xr
. .-J. I v r lianilinr baaketa. etcWe r.M
Taa aaaaaaUaal fnaffar aum- Jp NUGUIRE i enta. guna Ad camping
I Laava arflgaa at wraaoa's I iOlNlltBLi CMa . TCinirtal oiTABti
Claw aura, IMTUII. I --- 'lSSf
.arlaaxSj
Wy.th'.B..BH uinh-e-H-i, p...: """ "r ",r,T,n" Ior non,e '" """Mmcrclal
edy. Aa a scalp tonic and color re
storer this preparation la vaatly su
perior to the ordinary "sage tea"
made by our grandmothers.
The growth and beauty of the hair
dependa on a healthy condition of the
scalp. Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur
Hair Kemedy quickly kills the dan
druff germs which roba the hair of Its
lice, color and lustre, makes the scalp
clean aad healthy, gives the hair
strength, color and beauty, and makes
It grow.
(let a 60 cent bottle from your
druggist today. He will give your
money back If you are not satisfied
after a fair trial.
n
rrt nrj, Mull
The single taxera Insist on lln'..i , '
the weak horse the short end of the I 'i, ,nu.m ,.
ovener, but f am trying to prove that ,.f ,Welvo months
un wean iiorsa augni, ratner, be giv
en the long end of the evener.
Of course, I do not expect that my
proposition will be adopted aa a law
teachers' revlewjllawi.
es eery Mbntli In the year: tgtf busi
ness couim contains booJgfsenliw.
writing aasf all com-
worksite Knglnaarlne- coura.
LCtrlcsf! mechanical
th
entire year
each depart-
of work,
J'
Thoroughness In
proposmon win da adopted as a law Oraduutesili i. ni,i.,isW" ,
In tho near future. I reallxo too well J;,loni T !rlo
that we are as yet too fond of Jub-' i ., '.Jr tsV
Everybody's doing It. What? Hub.
scribing for The Herald, of course.
'i
Or lllformutlnn nil.lr.-. V
.. nMtvBV .
POLYTECHNIC COLLFGE
Ailand Qrej6n
vMiiiini propoeiuoa. ik. .. .1 1 .,
Th. mlr,l - ". ...... ...... '""' 'J '' ieC'" Of the
magic wands, treating our leglala- j.-0'r'l
iure, nur social ana economic affairs, '
will yet for n long time to come hold ,
hAl .AU ... . . . I
...b .n., UYUr ul Bna iubko us
danco to all kinds of tunas, no matter
now absurd. Hut gradually we will
learn to tako the world aa It Is, and
arrange our affairs la comnllanc
wiui tnn exact laws, Instead of with
the notions of the soothsayers.
I wins: it is of far greater Import-
ance to the people of Oregon to vote
Judiciously upon the legislative
amendmenta this fall than It la tn
choose between a reactionary or pro
gressive president.
PAUL 0. ,PAUL80N,
Klamath Falls, October 8, 1912.
owoljlles
at Chllo-
blloquln to
crater mum
HJtt
cr Lake. tll.KO. M
Vk. m
eaasadvlsed by in
wlllfssiaat lauafh
najynd tf
mt
rr$M
iam
Crater l.nko company
iro ineeting nil 8. p. tral
quin. Hound trip fare.
crat
Wli
biles
Landing.
Chllociuln
none, sutonio-
es at Agency
p rate sutue aa
Automobiles
Medford, Monday
llfi, 2fi round trip,
Crater Lake to
Thursday, faro
A Clean Scalp And Healthjair
Mini) ot jmir friends liau lound that u liUlllliil Rtuv.ii ,
Hull sou nun kii) -iiiiii i"ii' hid iiinii uiiijbiuii i,
riiTii I . ii.,. ill mi
.NV.iL'HIIIIIHltTOM
I his l the proteiluiir
Wnsli Ilinhnlr with wnrni vnlir nnd nflmro aini.i rln.r n,
iiughly rub tho scalp with a stiff Lriuh ppl lllrsuioiin run
In "ill mnl dry the Imtr before roiiiblua ft
I lrs iillilerslaiiiMhal llltsiiliine If mil meieU .. t. . . ,i
ii la m I mlr ii food '
UMIt It tliuroifaaW) thnurm M rtUu priimi. Imi
l.i lul iuIIimi limn UlirsUiil .llsliil.ilia llii' mmi hi H,,
iinlr rituoi'a nil ilandrtk pri nts Its iiIiiih ,n
prr.irw I ho iialiMal tx-nut Jby.iciiliir of (lie lislr
Nynl's lllrsutone should' lw ',nBiir ilrrnalng Intilr
II etl at So li'lils slid II " llias'itlle
U 1 I 15 W V O O l '
WESTERN TRANSFER GO.
lltfif riimio IIIHI. llraUlrmr I'ligsVi I II
III HWtVICK
ittrsWui: iiujRiir
uuMMi VTlui:,si:it.MJlii.ssi r.it
I'lA.NO MbWI A arM'IALTV
I'm... narta I'lrknl tip anilfeArrrit nil) I'lmr In limn
JOI5 AIU011S JL"rprUtir
IMI .1 't .MWM.T. I'K.l.lnil. I.'. M. Ill llll, I..-I;'. ni.iI r
IIKIII K WlllltlHU. HrtMlHlf JT
Klamath County Abstract Co
ABSTRACjIlNO
SurcyorVoil irrijptlon KiirJliii,iT.'.
MAI'M. I'l.tNh. IlI.UI.I'lH.STH. hT( KlUllUltll '(s, UfCOIl
The Business Man's Bank
The business man should have a ban tint Is able, not oalr
to tako rare ot his deposits and rollecllufj sstlifactorlly, but slio
to render lilm assistance whan neoited
The sorvlre of this bank a satisfactory In all departments, nnd
It Is able at all times to meet tbo ruia of Us cuitnmers with inch
loans as they require. ;jf
We give sTejkUI rare to bu.jfi-i men's iirroiiutt, rrgsrilleii of
their slie, if
THE FIRSNlllTIONtL BANK
CipltamiOO.OOO
I
ivnmMi
'purl.
Cheap Excursion Rates
- ivel
Via Tlio Soutliorn
AMI niV.VKCTIO.NH
-i-S3
laVfiola'le
The Double Track, Safely Block Lips of the West
Good for return Trip untjfbclober 31
CIIICAdO M S0.r0
ii:nvi:u f $;j.()0
ni:v yoiik , . . U.n
,"A"A $(58.00
HT. I'Alll 1 $81. no
ICANHAH (,'ITV -... $OH.OO
WON $118..r)0
BT. LOUIS I $78.00
NKW OIH.IJANH . $78.00
Correspondlny Kltcb to other Points
VIA ANY DlllKOT IMHJTK I jLKT VH VIX IT I uM'
Tho only remaining aala dales aro October 9, 10, 11 "J 15,
Vr InfonnaUoa or Keservutlof Call 011 or Write.
S. I. UAILIiy,
ljii:iili l-'nll
lAMKSO'GAKA,
.KS., Sacramento, Cat. ,

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