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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 11, 1912, Image 2

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day. Friday, aturaay at
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aad Swaday.
The Temple Theatre
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J. MA6UIRE
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THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH.
dltar
Pakllakaa dally aaeapl taaday ky Um
Harald Pabllaklag Oanpamy 01
KUaiaU ralla. at 111 Vmirtk M.
Katarad at th poatoMea at Klamath
ratla, Ortcoa. tor uaaaanauon
through tha nalla m taeoad-UM
matttr.
Siiharrlptlon tfrnia by malt to any ad.
drtsa In tha Ualtad iut:
Ona yaar ................ . .15.00
Oaa month ................. .SO
KLAMATW rAIJA OltkXION
KitiDAY, twrr. u, iuiu
SEA SCOUTS TO
BE ORGANIZED
HOY HCXIUT MOYKMKNT O.X UM
IM TO UK DVI'MCATKD II Y AN
OltOAMZATlOV TO TAKK C.XUK
OP TIIK OCKANH
WA8HINOTOS. U. C, Oct. 11.-
Leadera In a naw niou-ment known ai
tha "Sra ScouU" are trylnx to Inter-
cat navy department ofllclaU In tha
work of the organltatlon which orig
inated In Uoaton this summer. Tho
Idaa of tha Sea ScouU as explained
to tha department la closely allied
with tha Doy Scout movement, but
teaches and practices at sea manly
traits that are taught the Doy Scouts
In tha Held. In effect the organlta
tlon forms the maritime section af
the Doy Scouts of America, and Is
under the charge of Captain De Witt
Cotfman. U. 8. N., commandant of
tha Ooston navy yard, Lieutenant W
R. Furlong, U. S. N.. commanding tho
U. S. S. Chicago, and A. A. Carey of
Doston.
An officer of the navy connected
with tha new movement aaya that by
reason of the life the Sea Scouts mutt
lead, and the various duties they
must perform, together with tho
pleasures the water offers, the move
ment Is expected to afford In some
respects a much better opportunity
for Imparting aad practicing tha man
ly virtues than area the Doy Scout
movement does. Organlsera of tho
Sea ScouU expect the activities to ex
lead to other citlaa along tha Atlantic
coast In tke course of a few years.
At Doston a schooner baa been fit
ted up with berths for twenty boys
for cruises of two weeks tor" each lot,
Ibe tads are from 11 to 1( years of
age, and fit l they who man Ibe
schoone'ry and salt her. A responsible
man of excellent character aad sea
manlike qualities Is the captain. Uli
clpllne, cleanliness and etiquette are
attained by conducting the routine on
board the schooner In a strictly man
o -war fashion.
Your Chilcr. Hmkk
Your First TUunaM
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RESTAURANT
SU1Y
CRATER UKE RHUS
dratar Lake company Automobiles
aremeatlng all . P. trafea'at Cbllo-
qula. Round uip farachllogulp ta
Crater Lake, U.8.
Wbea adviaad b phoas, autoaia-
bllaa will meet laflaekea at Agency
Laadlac- Reuadtrip rata same m
Cklleaahv.
Automabllaa ffom Crator Lake to
Medford, MoadaalaBd Thursday, fare
II, III raaad trip.
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ENGINEER MAKES
SPEEDY ADVANCE
bpcclal to The Herald
COHVA1.I8. Oct. II.--TI10 uutctt
ilso of tno of the engineering Mi;
lents from 0. A, C. College of Kn
glueerlng Is n notable Imllcntlon ot
Hrhnt application under proper In
structions ran do. Fred McMillan.
Salem, who graduated tail June from
tho electrical department, Is In tlu
testing department ot the (leneral
Klectrlc company, at Schneclady, N.
V.. and Scott V. Hurt. Albany, has
Just been made mlifent engineer tor
the district between Corvaltls and
oionroo for tha '. K. A K, railway.
Mr. McMillan was made manager of
the Student Knjjltieer, a monthly
magnilnc published at the college, af
ter a ) ear's service as assistant man
ager. Ho was secretary of the Kn
glneerlng Association, a member ot
MINISTERS ARE -
GETTING SCARCE
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I'MTKII HTATKi IIURKAU OKiiU-
CATION MAKK ItKltlRT WHICH
C.l'MKS COU.NTIIY CHVRCI9t
TO ItAIHK HALAKIKM
United Press Service
WA8IIINOTON. U. C, Oct. 11.
A remarkable decline In the number
of 1'roteslant mlnliters graduated
from tho universities of the country
Is shown In a current report of tho
United States Dureau of Kducatlon.
It la plain," aays the report, "that
educated men no longer seek thx
cloth as they did when the nation wai
younger. It may mean much or little
that the percentage of minister
among the graduates of typical col
leges has declined from 60 to 70 per
cent to loss than 10 per cent."
An examination of the figures col
lected at the cloae of the nineteenth
century from thirty-seven represen
tative colleges discloses Ibe fact that
tha ministry takes between S and I
per cent of the university graduates,
which marks the lowest point for
that profession during the two and
one-half centuries of American col
lege history, Detween tho years of
lite and 1900, only MS student
were graduated from thirty-seven
lepresenutlve colleges and univer
sities, or S.9 per cent of the total
number .graduated, which was over
It.OOOi,
the local brunch of tlio American !
tltitto of Kleetrlrol Engineering, the
i.,fTr.,mlniv l.lternrv Hoilety and Ilia
(latnmn Delta I'hl fraternity. He wax
a member of the Student council,
which has charge of student disci
pllne, and was captain of Company (I.
Scott Hart had attended couege
l,ul n vimr nnd a halt when lie with-
iirniv mi nn-iiiini of tack of funds, ami
obtained employment as chalnman for
the l K. & K. In six inonins e
worked himself up through tho !
sltlons ot rodman, leveiman, iransu
man and engineer to his present post
tlon ot responsibility, where lie lias
complete charge ot all tho engineer
ing work ot the company In this dis
trict. He plans to return to college
later bnd obtain his degree as civil
eAglheer.
pany to Frank I., llaker, warranty
deed, 310, lot It, block 31, Cres
cent, j
BUSINESS PROPERTY
SB fee oa Maw street, aew aolM caa
crate kaUasagl l awaa. Il'a
aear Ue caator of kaasaaaa, aaa
sMttlaa better all lha,aW Frka
ais.Ma. Unam. ftetaa of tke kaat
vacant iNsw Maki atraat. Omm
la aad talkSt ova.
clOTB.
Next to AiiierlcaMlltcl I'lioaa Ml
0 RBAI. awTATB rRANHFKRM
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Tke following realty transfers
contract, deeds, mortgages, etc, re
coatly Bled with the county clerk.
ara furnished by tht City and (.'ontitt
Abstract company
Chaa. Degen to O. K. Iav. war
ranty deed, $10, lot 4, block , Fair
view No. 2. addition.
J-37-10.
Central Oregon Improvement com
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(Paid Advertisement!
SUE TED Will
DUKE. IDE HAIR
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Itt'UTOIttt t'.tnKtt AMI URAY
H.MIt TO XATUItAI. fUlt.
DAMMtl'FF gtUCKI.Y HKMOYi:i
There Is nothing uow about the
Idea of using Sage for restoring the
color of the hair. Our grandmothers
kept their hair dark, glossy and
abundant by the die of a simple
"Sage Tea." Whetever their hair
fell out or took on a dull, taded or
streaked appearance, they made
brow of Sage leave, and applied It to
their hair with wonderfully benefi
cial effect.
Nowadays we dun'! have to resort
to the old-time tiresome method ot
gathering the herb and making the
tea. This Is doneJby sUlllful chsm
Ists belter than we could do It our
selves; snd nil ( wo have to do Is to
call for the Tcady-niado product,
Wycth's Hage and Sulphur Hair Item
edy, containing Sage In the proper
strength, with the addition of Sul
phur, aiiuthor old-time scalp remedy
This preparation glvos youthful
color and beauty to the hair, and Is
onaaMho best remedies you ran use
for daffaiuff, dry, feverish, llchlnr
srnlp, and falling hair (let n fifty
cent bottlo frotiaiour druggist today,
and you will be surprised at tho quick
results. All druggltfi sell It, under
'guarantee that the money will be re
funded If tho remedy is not oxactly a
represented.
BIG SALE
al the corner of
Ninth and Main
Big Reductions Bid Values
1
In order to make room for our lameiiie line
of holiday goods now arriving.
r f .
1 t-
, In addition to the big values to be found vou
wlllbeglvei '' r
ABSOLUTELY FREE
Six ihecta aiaorted, uptcnlate mualc with
every purchase of f 1 or more.
u
v.
The Variety Store
mi!
la aura la limn . .. .
refreshing eloss tor Uoss ii!
hat. awaiting ih,B .""
Ibat latury which only lrZ
arlyappolBUd baihrooM Z
a.. Aad modtrn sssiu,.
Vlumblac haa pL(td ,BJ
tha disposal of rich taj .J!
alike, for few purses aowsd...
ara so limited as not to b. .i.
lo afford what w.. . ,, ,J
ago aa almost prk.U.s lutut,
If you dealra to know all nboat
what a tnodtrate sum they tta
be laiUllad, call up aitKKMcy
A Clean Scalp And Healthy Hair
Many of uur friends have found that luxuriant gtoti 0j
Imlr -soft nud glossjf aad a acalp free fraiu dandruff, tm
from Ihe use of
NYAI.'H MIRNUTONK
flits Is the procedure
Wash tha hair wllli warm watet and a pure sonprlnst (i,)f.
uughly tub Iba aralp with a stir brushatlr lllrsulone-rub it
In well and dry Ibe hair before uaiblng, 1
I'lease understand that Ulrsutone la not meisly bsir wssh
II Is i Mnlc--a food. '
Willie It IhiiroitgAI tlrUBMa, It also prrtrnU U.
irilal arlloa aoarlaAea aad ellaiMtatte tlir riHits ,t ihe
tmlr-rrentovra all aandruf pieveau ha retura aad
prrwrTaallie aatatwl keaaly aad color of the hair,
Nyal's lilraatoae Ihould be on your dressing table
It sells al loVati and II 0" Ihe bottle
u i ivfe W O O I
WESTERN TRANSFER GO.
Ilftke rnoav laal. HraMrara lae tin,
Ilfrt HKIIVIC
llAtlOAflK Kl'tKKIMr
ltJJS(l AND JKMrJAI Tlt..HFKIt
t rtAliO MOVINaf A WlSClALTf
I'aaseaaara I'lrked aaM Uellvernl any I'late In Tewa
JOK MOORK Proprietor
IHIN J. Zl'MWAl.T, I'rrakleat. K. M. HL'IIII. Ylir-fm mid Trs..
IIKIIT V.. UITIMIHW. Keitrlmy,
Klamath County Abstract Co
i
ABSTRACTING
Surveyor and Irrigation Knglneers
V
mai. 1'i.ank. Hi.urU'RiNTH, ktV'. Klamath Vails, Oretfoa
We Welcome Small Deposits
Did you ever stop to thin thai o hundred snull sciuunis maW
a bank stronger than a doie. b-rge ones! That I one of our raioii
(or urging the man of limited means lit transact his business lth u.
Urge accounts sfe welcome, loo, for It Is our purpose to sent
ALL the people.
It matters not what amoun of money yoliate to deposit s
will acc.pt It at this bank. Wa welcome Iba small depositor, ws at
tend to htm the same consideration and vaurlesles accorded to all of
our patroaa. t f ' l f
Our rustomsrs irtfkaow this. w-kJ'i Uffijil lXlsaafJI
THE FIRSKNrfTIONAL SANK
CapllyfiOO.OOO
Cheap Excursion Rates
Via Tho Southern rolflo
AMI CON.VWmO.NH .
The Double Track, Safety Bloc Lines of the West
Good for returH Trip until October 31
$80.50
$(13.00
.
UIIICAOO
DIINVUK
hbw ypitK .... N .......'.. . 110.50
OM'llA1 j v. ,...,.. , $08.00
ht.'i'aui: ? .-. i fc.tftf, t'.', '$81,50
..KAN'HAH CITY SIlH.lHl
V .IIOHTON . y . . ... J, ; f $118.50
ST. LOUIH. . f. . . . w .', . , $78.00
NI'.W OIILKANM ..!...'.)...' $78.00
CbrVia,twMitMg Rates to other Points
t m , -ti f -
.VIA AN DlitKOr HOVTM;.. . VKC US FIX JT KOH W
Tha only reaialBlac ajUa dates ara October f, 19. " "'
r'or laforataUeiM- RasWrattou ttall on ar WrMa,
s. j. bailkyX
Agent, Klairtatji Fall
ll lAMPS H'OAKA.
D. F. and P. V, 801 K St., Sacramento, Cal.

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