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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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BOL8HEV1KI DRIVEN BACK.
ODESSA, Feb. 19. The antt Bol.
thatlk army of Oeneral Denlkens has
aow reached the Caspian Sea, havo
ndranced three hundred and
IHVOHCK St'lT FILED.
Cruel and Inhuman treatment Is
the cause given In the action for di
vorce filed by Emma Frcdenburg I
Frcdenburg In the!
fifty ' against Thomas
versta captured thirty one thousand ' office of the County Clerk
prisoners and eight armored trains, plaint asserts that tho two were mar-j
and ninety five guns. rlcd In 1900 and that since that time
A vcrst Is the Russian distance unit' her life has been burdensome by reas-
stxty-lx hundredths of on of the treatment of tho dcfendenL
The ladles of the St. Paul Episco
pal Guild will mc,ot at tho home of
Mrs. S. E. Martin on Sixth and High
Streets Thursday afternoon at two
1 Nifty line of Buckhecht Army lros
Shoes for street wear at tho Modern
Shoo Store, "27 Main street. It
Sec Charles S. Hood. Klamath
Agency, for Indian erasing lands and
Selecting Your Footwear
This year our motto shall be :
"Appropriate Styles Foot, not head
fitting, or no sale"
We shall endeavor to give our customers just
that little helpful suggestion on footwear buy
ing that makes a style blend in with the costume
no wild eyed patterns for true foot "dress
comes in simple lines, careful fitting and model
ing to the foot, and sane coloring.
. FARIS. (Correspondence of tho
.'Associated Tress). A Frenchman, a
small merchant of Paris, offers this
ins one explanation of the peculiarly
popular demonstration with which
tho Parisians received Presldent'wil
son. i "We have had many rulers come
to visit us In these late weeks", he
I said, ."but crowned heads like the
Kings of England, Italy and Belguim
cannot dissociated themselves from
their military rank. They come In
wonderful uniforms with entourages
glittering with braid and decorations.
Essentially their receptions had to
partake of the military aspect In a
dominant manner. To the salutes
and cheers ot the crowds these rulers
had to make only the stiff military
saluto of acknowledgement. Naturally
this Is not very personal. Even a
king's salute Is like that of any other
"But", he continued "your Presi
dent came. In civilian clothes, very?
plain, wholly undecorated, not even
a ribbon in his lapel. His hat was
constantly off. He was unhampered
by uniform. He smiled, even laugh
ed outright. In greeting to the Paris
ians. People now and then caught
bis direct glance. It was personal,
very human and we Parisians like
that. So tho infection of this person
al touch went thru the crowds. There
you have'it. It was different.
"He" is a little reminiscent of our
late President Faure" he ended. "His
smile and the Intimate bow are much
ff&irc t - Mmm ill "Ja i lffi - VM
(TAcManwkettfcaw sl,lJ '
This Badge v .
CAMP N N
Mitrt JacrilTceTvc o'Uunj
for hir Country
ilWVl nuw alts aa imi a. m- t ;.. a
AT THE LIBERTY
Tho day of sending poorly packed
articles by express, on the theory that
It tho articles shipped nro damaged
the company will pay for them, la nt
an end. Throughout tho United
States tlieio Is being carried on a
campaign that has for Its purpose
the teaching of the public the correct
inn nn or to nack and mark articles.
and aftor this Is closed, no moro
poorly marked, or wrapped articles
will be received for shipment by the
ritirrKM coninnny. I'nclo Samuvl J
tho man behind the gun now, and
that Is his dictum, so don't growl at
tho agent. He Is obeying orders
The drive started on February 10.
In every city and town In the country,
it will comprise a campaign of educa
tion and appeal among express em-
nlove simultaneously with a wide
M-......rfiii nwtininlng and diving
heats are. in be em,ln "Zongnr," tho,
physical cuituro pisy, i ""'"
theater tonight. And Ihoro arn plen
.... r itiritia. in the modern racing
laiuloinobltn l vmA to abdurl tho girl
Jn tho stry. nut Hangar noe winin
ono better when ho primes an air
plane Into his service, and In nn
.citing chase overtakes tho apacdlaK
-nr and rescue tho girl. A clnan,
moral show la "Zongnr," nnd exciting
onough In places to please tho most
.VAVAl.flOY COMI.NN llo.MU.
Mm, W. P. McMillan linn ntet,
newa Tram her son Floyd In (h ,.
feet thai L has been dlschatRed rom
tire nnval service whh winch he h
boon Identified ilnco iho outbrolt
of the war and that ho Is nun await.
lug hit final payment, before com.
tug home. It in expected Hut lit
will bo back In about two necks,
Five dollars will be awarded for
tho belt suggestion for a now f un
making feature for tho Mardl Oras.
All Ideas for aiding In a good, whole
some lm arc sollclttd. Address re
pllos (i postodlce box 314, city, 18-61
Satartlav. Fob. 22. (Washington's
IUrtliitoy) will be observed ns a com-,
iiintn Holiday bv tho Postofflco. The
.,--. -- . ... , ... .. I
i office will lie i-luscu an uay me same
sun on Dinaar.
W. A. Ueixcil, roswuasior.
that Is. if you get six months or u;
in,, rnilr nllmhtfr mtpdl li Jf13f nr'
;.... jwu. uhh.w. u.'n MJ .v ...
10561, Just according to how the sin
ning has progressed.
$20.00 cookoo clock for $10.00
What about your spex? We still
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19. William
G. Sharp. American ambassador to
France, has resigned and President
Wilson In Paris has accepted his re
signation which becomes effective
upon the qualification of his succes
sor. The resignation is dated December
19, 1918 and the acceptance Decem
THINK OF YOUR TEETH
Don't Wait Until a Dental
Bill Reminds You of Your
Most people do not give any thought to the condition of their teeth,
until something happens to force attention. A dental bill is the usual
reminder. A better plan is to call on your dentist at regular intervals
and have your teeth examined and cleaned. If you will do this and use
PEROXIDE TOOTH PASTE
every day you will have no trouble with your teeth. This dentifrice
cleans and whitens the teeth, and keeps the mouth 'in a wholesome
condition. PRICE 25 cents.
- Teach the Little Folks to Use It, Too
We abo handle an excellent line of Tooth Brushes, Mouth Washes,
Dental Floss and other Requisites for keeping the teeth sound and
attractive. . .
Did you see our watch display InjPloycs simultaneously with a wine
the window with General Low's war, spread effort to secure tho co-opera-trophies?
ton 0f tle shipping public along thy
All the watches wo have are guar- ,, N- .... nlkinC or
nnleed .regardless of price, so you; ,, ' ... , , ,
take no chance. innrKing rnies miiir , ..,.... ....
Tmo whIIq Tnr Tin nnn 1 ri, tlmn II1U muuiuiKU mil wmiwo ........
yah live Is measured by what ouanjl receiving clerks will be Instruct-
live and how, sometimes. Tlmo Ik e(j herenftor to Insist, firmly but
measured generally by watches und , , ,hn, ,nc ruIei( arr,.a(lv ,
clocks. We havo watches and clocks. ' ' . .. , ,
If you don't have a watch thoe days ? be strictly adhered to.
you are not much of a success Time!
Is sometimes measnrcd by numbers; WKATHKIl HKIHIHT.
Oregon. Ualn In West amrsiiow In
east poitlnn. Warmer tonight In. south
nnd cast. Moderate southerly winds.
Maximum yesterday, 10 'degrees.
Minimum today. 27 dcgreci.
If ever we have moments of doubt
got some. Colored glasses, too,
" You' if orsuTp"1 once" Too ofteni" 'f jh TuSSSa
some of theto days, and then you'll ?eU na'. . ',le "n ,drn?l,"P""hp?f?1
wish you'd got an alarm clock. Wo,1"" "till lives Detroit Free I ress.
got a lotof them at prices. Better " . . . ,.
get an umbrella now. Theso.are1 American Boy Army Shoes at tho
euarnnteprt. and tho nrlrn i Hrrhr. .Modern Shoo Store, exclusive agents.
,27 Main Mrcet
Our repair, department can't be
beat. Beautiful engraving at- right!
Have you seen our diamonds. Wo
have some bargains in them i
Hurry to our aid. ,
McHettan's. 605 Main Stt J
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST 4 Silk lace edge handker-' if your nostrils are, clogged and
chiefs, souvenirs from France. your j,cad is stuffed and you can't
19-4t breathe freoly because of a cold or
.icntarrn. juu get a smau ooiue 01
STOP CATARRH I OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
1 Sara Cream Applied la Koatrila
i BelleTcs Head-Colda at Once. '
.11. ! ,,!
LOST Between Shippington - and Ely's Cream Balm at any drug store
Mills Addition, pair of glasses In j Apply a'llttle of this fragrant, antl
woe cue. rmaer p.ease reiurn 10 ,c cream ,nto 0strlls and
"era' y"'"- '"" I let It penetrate thru every air paisag.
To the Ladies
That we have just received a very
smart line of striking pattern and
styles of up-to-date Ladies Tailor
ing. They fit your pocketbook
well as your form.
Come In and
Look Thtm Over
DREW & MERRILL
D. A M. CLEANING CO.
Sixth and Main: Phone 30
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"Finder call Phone 2,
LOST Front part of an automobile of our head,' soothing and healing
tho Inflamed, swollen mucous mem-
lbraue,and you get Instant relief.
Ah! how good it feels, lour nos
trils 'are open, your head is clear, no
more hawking,- snuffling, blowing;
no. more lieidacne.-dryness or strug
gling for breath. Ely's Cream Balm
Is Just what sufferers from .head
colds and catarrh need. It's a de
WANTED 100 Live chickens for.
Cash. ArnoIdVCulll Parlor, 311 B.
6lh St. v ia.-2t
LOST 1-A kodak Junior .camera,
between Klamath Flails and Wilson
bridge. Finder please return to J. M.
Lewis, Farmers Implement Co..th
and Klamath. v- li)-2t
ff If "I
Mnrjer woodi PtwriM v
W fV-, KLAMATH FALLS" OREGON wEf
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE V ,
'uiifv BUY THEIR DRUGS cuoacvI
IhisWise Old Owl Says
"CLEAR THE SKIN"
A beautiful complexion is the out;
ward mark of ood blood and a
healthy body. When the stoniachj
liver and blood are in good order, the
skin is clear and lovely. Unsightly
blotches, pimples .eruptions and sal
lowness shofr the need of Carl's Little
Liver Lifters to stimulate and regu
Jats the vital organs and improve the
circulation. Gopd health and better
looks soon follow the use of Carl's Lit-
tie Liver Lifters.
Small in price; Large in" effect.
THE STAR DRUG CO.
1'THE REXALL STORE"!
Milk and Cream from -Tuberculin Tested cows
costs as follews:
$4.00 per qt, 30 days
97.50 per 2 qt.,' 30 day
$2.25 per pt30 days
COMBfNATIONS " IN PROPORTION
ELMER FRENCH, Prop,
Phone 296J. ' ' ' v '
FOft, QUICK SALE
I am closing out my line of Indiana Trucks. I
have one left a 3Vton machine, and for- a
quick sale I'll make you a price that WILL
SAVE YOU $1,200. You know the Indiana
Truck there is none better but I am going to
confine.myself to the Fordson Tractors and Ford
Automobiles the best in their line.
FORD GARAGE Ninth and Main
FOR A GOOD DINNER
i .,. , "
Where the best of
everything is served
. Just Like Home Cooking
W Our Pastry Can't Be Beat
JESS BAILY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St
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