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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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Image Which Tells Chinese Needle Doctor
Where to Punch Holes So Devils Can Escape
VK KNOW WHAT IT IS
mi WHKKH IT IS, NOW
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Tim iiinnneomtjnt of tho Liberty 1'OKTI.ANH. APII! li..rtii nui
theater has Just completed Installing Imard records nro now on tholr way I
tho to WustliliiKtOK. l. --.. mm i nii. duuu
I K. I'uIIImhi, draft cmmmiIIvu of Oro-
Kon. nroimiinK i vium um nnv
ifutnbori niul miniiorinr. ...
lift Hi bo on hand m uu, . "' "
it now Murtiulso' covering over
sidewalk In front of the lull I ill lit,-.
Tho Herald has gnnn to consider
able oxpensa mill trouble to look ii)i
tho detlnltlon nml spelling of tills
Improvement, niul w don't want any
ono coming around llmlliiK fault with
It .either. Wo have spelled It. and It
Is now up to tho public to pronounce
It. Harry I'uola bus got to pay for It.
l...n.liiniiitnrs off ro 111 tho Jiorgnn
building. Tho boards officially ond. " Asuommr J. 1' l.i'o wiih hero on
oil tholi- work March III ami pursu- i,hHii'-m last wook,
ant to an order from Washington all( 'n,,, tain rompaiiy has takon tho
unused blanks will bo dostrojod ami ,rill, ,.,, (,ff ami aro running oars
typewriter and office cabinet. sold mitw,.m llonumii niul Illy.
Ford Oarage opou all night. I." 2t
l.N.iritl'.l) MK.V WILL DIK.
on sealed bids, Friday letter wmo
sent by Captiln Culllson to all draft
i hoard members In tho state notlfy-
Iiik them that tbolr duties wore offl
' dully over with.
AIIHIVK IX XICW VOIUC.
! SAN 1)1K(!0. April IS. Four of
the ten men Injured In tlio explosion
yeiterday aboard tho siiumnruiO!
eb.iscr. Including K. J. (J.iy.mr of! NKW YOUK. April IRTho 3f.2n..
' Portland. Oregon aro In serious eon. Infantry and the atfitli .Machine Oun
,1'lliosi today mid It Is belle-o I that llattallou. vanguards of the iMstDlyl-
!in vhlt'h con-'lsts of iiregon. .at.-
ItiRton, California mm ouier iorui
western States troops arrive I hero
. Itev. J. W. Illiiekwell held pleach,
lug services hero Hiinday ovdiiIiir.
Mr nud Mrs. lieu Iteed, Miss Aud
rey M. Lewis and (llenn Murk wero
visitors at tho county seat Hatunliv.
J. O. Ilmmtkor li driving sIiiro be
tween Whiskey Crook and Illy.
A (Irmid Hull was held nt llonuurii
Friday, April llth at IIowiuiiu'ii Hall.
It was given by Wnllnro Fairfield. ,
' their cases nro hopeless.
Ford (Jnrago open all night. 1.1-!t
The Hun was llrked bocauso thor'o
wero too many nations against him.
Ho may get off light now for tho
hiiiiio reason. Oreenvlllo I'lodmont.
TKAITOIt DHIYKIt KILLKII
WOOnilURN, April IS -Dnn Hurt,
driver ot n tractor on a farm near
Ihore, was killed today when his inn
i chine fell over on him. Ho had run
tho machine Into n ditch.
Ford Oarage open all night. 11 2t
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mxisuLuiiuMniioai. Houston Opera House. Choir prac
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 15.-- ,C0 fr Kastur Sunday will bo dls
L'rig.idlcr OenernI Klchnrdson, noiv missed In ample time to glvo the par. '
commander of tho Amorlcan forces in tlclpmtts time to attend tho lecturo.
Russlii has reported the military situ- """
There will bo n meeting of tlio
' Cougri'gatlon of tho I'roJhvler.'an
I Church on the KveuliiR of April 2'th,
XOTICK 'm which matters ronrvmliu tho cop-
striirtlnn of the now chilP'l lire to
The meotlng of tho Study Clnss of bo brought up, 11 U urged that nil
the Presbyterian Church, will he
omitted tomorrow night on account '
I no oun lOllet fir!
ovoryboily n ,
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Madn for baby ,Mi,.r ,m
Prwrenls challm: uu r.,nKt,neu
For general uar-n
Star Drug Co.
ntlou there as satisfactory.
I Ford Oarage open nil night lr-2t
How would you like to go to con- long needles) mid then take a needle
suit a needle, doctor in China? Ac- Horn four to twelve Inches long. This
rnrrtln m llr r. A Hnnrlpv. of theJ ne P'unses into the bead or body so.
Union Medical College Hospital at
Peking, the image shown In this
photograph was obtained from a phy.
slclan In Hanyang. What the Chinese
doctor does 'after the patient tells
him where the pain is located Is to
that the little devils who are cans
lug all tho trouble may make their
i escape, increase In medical work In
China is one of the alms of the Cen
tenary movements of the two brandi
es of Methodism which are raising'
Jl-tO.000,000 for world advancement
look this nedle image over, find out. ia education, hygiene, social relations
which part o( the sufferer's anatomy and religious knowledge. More than
needs attention (a.-? indicated by the; JT, 000, 000 will be spent in China.
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AMERICANS NEVER QUIT
The Germans found that tho Ameri
can doughboys at tho front were not
quitters. I.ci us show tlose dough
boys that tho Americans who stayed
at home are not q'lltters. Thee Is no
better, way to do this -than to hold on
to the Liberty Ponds o have n:id bin
to tho limit when wo aro aakrd to
Carter Class. Secretary of the
ircasury. gam rerently
'paring to voice their opposition at the
council meeting nxt Monday even
ing, when this question will come be
fore the council for consideration.
A pretty homo wedding occurred
Thursday April the 10th, at Six P. M. ;
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
Schieir.er when their daughter, Lou-
'Our bos at the front In tlfo service isa and Iven Icenblce were united In
or trie government hno never qalt. If
you sell your Liberty llondi you quit
at a time whorl the government needs
your continued support. Kvery time
you quit by selling your Liberty Bend?
.you hurt tlio credit of oar govern
ment .and make it more difficult to
finance tho war The cost of tho war
continues until peace is signed and
our gallant boys aie brought back to
There is no excuse for you to sell
your bonds unless you are without
food or are to ho turned out of your
home. In a Liberty Ilond you have
the safest investment In the world.
The credit of tho United States, whose
wealth is estimated at $2.'0, 000,000, 000,
is guarantee that you will get your
money back. In the meantime your
money will h working for you at a
fair rate of interest.
marriage by Judge drlfflth of Klam
ath Fills. The bride was dressed in
white silk and the groom wore n suit
of navy blue.
Supper was served arid those pres
ent' wero the immediate families of
the bride and groom.
OF AMERICAN MAKE
For those who do not care particularly for one
of the old standard makes of Phonographs,
namely, the Victrola, Sonora, Grafonola or
Edison, we offer you a Goldentone, playing
all records, for less money.
Mail-order grade of Phonographs suit many
folks just as well as the best. We introduce to
you this instrument as a good value.
Price, $64.50 -
War tax paid, and terms for responsible
We ask you to see and hear this instrument.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.,
Klamath's Only Exclusive Music House
Next door PostofHee. New location soon
Motor Car Sale
There still rcmuins a splendid assortimmt of Motor
Trucks and Automobiles at Vancouver Barracks,
Vancouver, Wn., for sale at exceptional prices by
The United States Spruce Production Corp.
Motor Trucks, 1 .. to 5 ton, $1,000 to 91,200.
Trailers, 2' .. to 5 ton, $-100 to $1,000.
Fords, .$;i00'to $'150.
Also a few passenger'ears of other makes. All cars
cany prices plainly marked. Come and see and buy
I'nr 1'iirtluT Information .(l(ln--
Automobile Department. Sales Board
United States Spruce Production Corp.
VKO.V nt Il.ltlVM, rOHTLAXit
I Salvage Your Salary
I Whi'tlier A
O. F. Uemorest, dentist. Is located
In Klamath Falls; office In the Hristol
building, above Sugarman's store, Cth
and Main. 9-12t
CONTROVERSY OVER ORDINANCE
PROHIBITING DAIRIES IN CITY
LIMITS IS APPROACHING TO
BE PUT TO COUNCIL
What promises to be a red-hot con
troversy is looming in the distance
over the amendment ot the ordinance
prohibiting the maintenance ot
dairies within 'the city limits. This
ordinance waa passed after years ot
work and solicitation of residents of
first one section ot the city, and then
another, as dairies were discontinued
An ordinance has been presented to
the council by Attorney Van Emon,
nsklng tor the amendment of this or
.dlnanco, to permit thtfnfalntenanco of
dairies in tho Mills Addition and
Buena Vista addition, and the graz
ing of cattle in these sections, In
charge of a herder.
Many ot tho residents aro strongly
opposed to this cuango, and are pre-
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50,
$5.00, $6.00 and up
In colors Green,
Seal Brown, Pearl,
Fawn and Olive
"I Ain't Mad nt Nobody"
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mir ciu-nlny. ciiiiic In tin' urckl) tii rii'"l"'
or by t ii tn 1 1 1 1 rlii'tk, nliy mil ilci(ilt thrill lifir nt tin'
l'lr.l National lliuil. in llic iiimv Niivlny. I)i'i.iiliiii'iit, nud
Irl io"i' iiioiii')' wiirli fur )ou'.' It w III ilrutv t "'i' "'"'
Intrrrot iiimI lie Ju 111 mri-Nibli' for iiu it" tliiuiish joii
currlnl II In jour HK'I. lloti-i'r, It vtoulil nut be ub
leclcd to MK'll l(-llltllllllll to nih-iiiI,
Wo Invito tin- iiiTiiiiutN of Kriiwi-up' mill jouiiB-lcrs ti-
&ie First National Bank
A wonderful grouping of new Easter Hats in
trimmed and tailored effects to be shown Friday
and Saturday, April 18th and 19th.
GOOD STYLES GOOD VALUES
In waists and lingerie. A splendid assortment of
the new suit vests so popular this season.
519 MAIN STREET
Watch out for improperly
adjusted tire chains.
In adjusting tiro chains, oxtromo
caro should be usod to hoo that thoy
do not fit too tight. Tiro chains
should fit loosoly so that thoy may
"creep" a llttlo In use. This not only
gives hotter sorvlco from tho chains
themselves, but keeps them from
continually cutting and wearing In
ono spot on tho troad.
Chains that fit loosoly and aro
properly adjusted do not continually
allow tho cross chains to strjko tho
Hume place. It Is well tor the uuto
mohllo drlvor to boar In mind that
tho rugged non-skid troad n usuully
Hulllclont for evory ordinary uso.
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