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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Cnmo to my plum, h ".v
nml while steer, without Z'
under ear clip rnH it
leu and hlRhur cum piiblln offlohilu,
AT ll.MUl.M.N I'KICKS NOW. "suntly larRo nimlicr of villas nml occupied only durliiK tlio ttunimor
" " landod ctatia In tho llhlnolnnd hnvo moutlm, tlio ouiiorn linvliiK liontoi in
(boon offered for snlo at "anerlfli-a" Merlin. KrniiKfort, Dresden and otli.
COL.OONE, April IT. In recent , prices. Many of tlicso restdYmros nro u cities of tlio Interior. Most of those
pilccw nuked for throw piopertles
rangluK from 50,000 to 1,000.
SUB BOATS W
' BE USED FOB
SAX KRANTISCO. April IT. In
tlio way of modern method of tran
sportation .n a means of retching
the North Pole, tlio sulit larino cornea
first In the estimation . Vilhjaliuir
Stefunsson, the Arctic p rer. Next
corner the dlrUlble ha' oor and fin-!
ally the ilrptine.
"The submarine np ear to me to
be a periectly prartl-aBIc way of
reaching tho pole as well a a com
fortable way for one could tarry all
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fnnsson on hla recant lsit bore white
discussing arctic etploritton with
friends. "I seldom have seen .1 stretch
of Ice extending more than thirty
miles without coming to open water.
Under the circumstances there never
would be any difficulty in tho matter
of getting to the surface. Alo tho
nnlgator would bo assured or calm j
i water when he nmo up In. these tee !
hemmed bits of water. " I
"Tho submarine already has been
used for getting to ice bound ports
b,y passing under tho ice. They may
bo proxided with wheels so as to goj
along the channel bottom. A largo
submarine will only Weigh aboil?
600 pounds on the wheels when sub
mersed In this manner. In construct
ing an under Ice submarine the perls
cope and much of the above deck con
struction would be done away with
and In place of It would be a deck
coming to a ridge similar to a roof
which would cut 'thru thin ice when
comlnu to the surface. Ocean ice is
mushy and I have seen a whale come
hr, through a thickness, of six or
seven inches of Ice." -"
AIR MAIL. SOON
H'-NOLT'iAJ, T. H. (By Jiail)
Inauguration next fall of a daily hv
vlroplnne passenger, , mail and ex
press service between Honolulu and
Hilo, on the island of Hawaii, has
been piomised by K. H. Lewis, form
er automobile dealer of Honolulu.
The distance between the cities is
approximately 200 miles.
Mr. Lewis, who returned here re
cently from a conference with of
ficials of an airplane concern, stated
the. project bad been amply financed
and all that remained to be (lone
was to obtain a common carrier
franchise from the territorial gov
ernment. 'Arrangements have been made, Mr.
Lewis said, for the manufacture of a
hydroplane that will carry no passen
gers and their baggage, flying shout
ten feet above the surface of the sea
In calm weather. The machine will
An Inside Bath
Makes You Look
and Feel Fresh
8ay a glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
keeps Illness away.
Thla excellent, common-sense
health measure being
adopted by millions.
i'nysicians tue world over recom
mend tho Inside bath, claiming this Is
of vastly more Importance than out
side cleanliness, because the skin
pores do not absorb Impurities into
the blood causing 111 health, while the
ppres In the ten yards of bowels do.
Men and women are urged to drink
v-eacn morning, Derore breakfast, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate In it, aa(a
harmlfesB means of helping to wash
from the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels the previous day's Indigestible
material, poisons, sour bile and tox
ins; thus cleansing, sweetening and
purifying tho entire alimentary canal
before putting more food Into the
Just as soap and hot water cleanse
and freshen the skin, so hot water
and limestone phosphate act on the
Those who get up with a bad breath
coated tongue, nasty tasto or have a
dull, achlnjj head, sallow complexion,
acid stomach; othors who are subject
to bilious attacks or constipation,
should obtain a quarter pound of lime
stone phosphate at the drug store.
This will cost very little, but is suffi
cient to demonstrate tho value of In
side bathing. TAoso who contlnuo Jt
each morning are assured of pro
nounced results, both in regard to
health and appearance. Adr,
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SIXTY THOUSAND OF OUR
lie among the poppies of Flanders Fields in
France. Xo them only is the war over. They
have paid the price in full. To countless other thous
ands of these boys returning home maimed and
broken the war will still go on; they will be paying the
price every day, during the remainder of their lives.
Can we who stayed at home carelessly and thought
lessly assume the'"ivaris over" attitude until our bal
ance of account is paid until we have redeemed oar
pledge to bear the final cost no matter what iSs amount ?
A ll rFfWR
is in liquidation of the debt for men and munitions we
amassed, and which brought al?out the end of the war
saving for every day it was shortened billions more in
money and thousands more in lives.
MEN and WOMEN of OREGON!
The imprint of fame upon the name of our fair state will turn to a stain of shame
if we do not meet the obligation this Vidlory Loan represents. You are face to
face with the real te& of citizenship true Americanism. Let this tel find you
measuring up one hundred per cent loyal.
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