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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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I.IIINO AMI IHIMIMH III' LOCAIi lOI.KM
... it Hhnw In Klnllintli Full
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ii imnnott l I"'"' f"r ,,n", '""'
I j mitlf r ' 'rum Donvor.
jlrii Kilnn MrKfiivor In In tho
city for it
jiwm A Mom urtli r wiiAiiinginn
. p It rcKlsleied today t lli
Hold '' 1
Attorney Clwrltv V Stone, left ..ill
wnlM tor I'onlninl lr m iiiom '
Cdcar KurlM-r transacted hiisliteis j
I, the county mil vintinlii- from hli,
fiB(b Id the Mltll-nnl district.
F.nlt A ('a.ldny, ii represent.
AIiiiik with Hid ninny Improvements
nf tli town of Klnimith I'ulls llio
.Methodist church Ik IxiInK treated to
ii coat of paint IiinIiIu mill out. Tlio
work In proi;renliii; well and In n
fw duj the, church mi hill nt -
thn corner of Ten ih nml UKh treetH ITS Ult.WIIMOTIICIt'H lIEfHM
will mid hcnuly lo that part of town.
'11m church, IiimIiIo nml out Iic-kIii-nine
to look like a iiewl structure..
AlrM. (I, A MiiKiny left this morn
ItiK for n visit with friends In Hatem
I'n'nlilliiK Elder II J Van Konieii of
tlic .Methodist C'liuri'li, who Iiiih hoen One, of thu (IiIiiks that lend henuty lo
comlnctliiK services In dm Vnimm nny lown In neat, clean churches,
IIIHiriCl III lllMllcy Creek, left fur Kllimnlli Pull. ....! ... i... I II If a rnlltlirn of Hnirn Ti.n nml Hnl
- .-.. ---..-. ( I Mil IIIIL lllllllll III 1111 - - r - --... -.. ..-.--, v v u u u (
hrlnj? hack the natural color and lu
li c of your hair. '
Everybody use? "WycthV RaRe
and fiulplmr Compound now termite
It darkens no naturally and evenly
that nobody can tell It tins been ap-
! piled. You (Imply dampen a apotiKe
, or soft brush with It and draw tHi
TO .through the hair, taking one small
IIIIIVO HACK COI.OIt AND LUS1 -'mini at n time: by morn fifg the gray
lltll'K) IMIK hair ha disappeared, and after an-
. i oilier application It becomes bea tl-
That benutlrul, even shade oflnrk, '""' 1rl "nd appears gloesy and lus
(lossy hair can only be had by brew- J iron.
Oregon Standard Purity
WOOD, CURTIS CO;
lSOS MAIN HTKEET
.J. J. Fl'llliElt, Iteslilcnt Mn'r.
hlii Mime nt Medford thlx morning
At the Theaters
M TIM I
.MAItlON. 111., April 22.
iind iih'l reigned In thu Hov
' ii..'r iIip At l Iliiriii'H clrriii
toons the Intent arrivals here
Nlri. It. Knttciihoru of thn Men Ml
Jliirlttkft this nioruliiK for Orhinl.
dlllornla, where slio lll "mil with
rrrd lllexnmn, It. A. Moon and II.
U Wlmer ore In tlm city looklnx nf
urkDilntu Intcreii from the Wood
City Altorni-y and Mm. J. II. Cur
tihin Idt this inorjilitR for rortlin I
! rcri short vlilt l(li Mm, Cannhmt's
iittr Mn. Haines. ,
Ur. mJ Mrs !M Wakefield left
tk!i mornlnc fnr their homo nt Ash-
liad after a visit ulth relntlvrs nnd
trintt In this city
Tom Ilirker wis anionic the In-
wnloj train arrivals Inst nlRht from
Ui Anxtlfi, Ho Is stoppInK t the
White IVllran Hotel.
Pbll Ditts, a prominent editor nml
pttllcltr man of Portland, who has
ton here for n short time on matlcn
cftulnru has returned to his home.
PrtilJfnt J 0. Ooldthwalte of the
Vodoc I.timbtr Ciimpnny, who has
warned (rum n .Southern trip Is re-
llittrMj today nt the Whlto Pelican
C Ii, llallldny, ho operates a
hlrr ranch anil cheese factory In
l'Wr Unscll Valley Ulooklnit ut
ter btnlnns Interests In Klnmith
Tilli for a few days, lie Is Maying
it tne Hall,
Mr. and Mrs W S. Slotieh nnd
Rwrend B,' P Lawrence Of the
Prwb)(erlan Church left this morn-
l for Jledford whero they will at-
''na a meeting of the. Presbytery.
Tkj eipect to return Thurmlny
Ed Kllanre, a resident of Ashlind
ko has iheep luterestM In the fiust
m part of th County, rnmo In Inst
lhl on the drat tage. Ilo oxpecta to
N to Anielope Valley linmedhitoly
herc bo lll renulii ihru the ahenr.
Jn. K. II. do la (Jtierrn ,Mr, nnd
' C. It. Zlnn mid their tlatightor
I'l IZnn, were iitiioiic n... inin nr.
iltilslaitnlKlil, from McCloud, C.tll.
"rail. Mr. zin 11H frmi,riy ,lon.
ned with ii.,. l'eiin,,, n). iMmhQr
""i'any hero ,
Mri. M. E. Ault who hna boon hero
y"t,nf at ""' '"'me of her llnnghtor,
ill',?- - J,,,l""' "f Hot Hprlnga
..,,'"' ,c'1 ,I,H morning for Twin
". iiialio, tt1(M,, Blla 0X1
T" or other 8oii. w,0
'"wti from the military service.
DRINK HOT WATER
J. Prank (llendon, marred wlin
lleililn Novn In "My tin. World For
got," lint VlUigrnph Utile Itlhhon
Keiituro, which b0 the nltrm Mem
ill llin Tempi,. Theatre tonight Is
one of the most popular of the young
er slurs In photoplay and a splendid
type of American mnnhond, aland.'
Ing more than six feet nnd n apleu
did all-round athlete y He was horn
nnd raised ,011 n ranch In Montntiii
nnd his daring tiding was one or
the features In the Vlngrnph ser
ial, Thu Wounii lu the Willi," In
which Miss Not ii played opposite
On Wednesday l.oulsn Olnuni will
bo seen on tho screen of the Liberty
Thentrn lu her latest Panilln Play,
"Wedlock," an original story writ
ten for her by the well-known photo
piny writer, DinMon Cllft.
The formldntilo ability of Miss
(llaum to convey In pantomlmo the
every mnilou of woman-kind has
llreaily established her as the stel
lar actress of the silent drama. In
mnny of her former achievement, , ,f ,re ,ccu;torn(j 0 wako ,
she m handicapped by her role be-,wUh u coaU(, tonguef fou, breath of
..K . .. . na.uro u. ... creaie. , AM d,y hemdaeh. or your
distaste in the , m n.Ln of her audi ,,,, K0U, MlJ. turn ,n,0 ga an
r"v"i ""l " . " "'""melds, you have av.rwl urprU awalt,
stnr portrnya n character which holds y0Ui j
me nympamy oi me auoience mru Tomorrow mornlng immediately
out the entire) nctlon of the nlnv. i .i.i ...... - ... ... L.
' uuii arisiiiB, uriua a Bints oi no,
water with a toaspoonful of limestone
Pnullne. Frederick will be seen nt phosphate In It. Thla Is Intended to
tho 8tnr Theatru tonight In "Her first neutralize and then wash out of l
behind In this respect. In many waya ",,,,r 'm,r ,lillr ,B 'ollr charm. It
she Ik (lie bent town In tho southern '""kes or mars the fnee. When II
pari of the Hum, of, Oregon, and ulio ,n'U'"- l,lr"" Krny or "'renked, Jntt an
must comu up to tho riUlrcmeiitn of "I'l'"'-'"10" r two of Sage nnd Sill-
td,, llm. , 'htir enhances Hb nppeanuice n hua-
' dred fold.
t wm.iii.,,.1 i iii.t i,osi;s
bother to prepare the mix-
line: ton can crt tills fnmou ntil
IX OIIEVIXO. (,cilC improved by the addition of
rntlier IngredlentB for M cents a large
botlle. all ready for use. II la called
Wvi.flu'rt Sniff, nnrl Ktltl.lmr Pnmt.niitwl
.llottoH church In Iteno, HI. The con. This can iilwaya bo depended upon to
gregallon hud listened attentively io -s:rr::-r--r-f---f:--r-
the lutocillon, the Lhapior, (ho an
them, the long prayer II had par
ticipated In the singing of a hymn
nml lontrlbiiied to (he (ollertlmi
Then, Just oh the pailor .announced
his text, "Arise, let us go hence,"
flro broke out In the sacred edifice.
Thu enllro congregation made hnsto
to obey the Injunction.
Says yob really feel clean, sweet
and fresh inside, and
are seldom ill.
Final Itcckonlng," her new photoplay
based upon the famous French piny
your stomach, liter, kldneya afad thlr-
IV fu nf lntAHll.A all Ih lHI-Aafl.
"Prloro Zllnh," written by Julea Clar- bio waste, poisons, sour bile and tox
ode. the famous French dramatist. Ink, thus cleansing, sweetening and
She portrnyn two roles In this pic- purifying the entire alimentary canal,
tiire.one being that of Mnrsn, n ftus- Those subject to tick headaches,
slan gypsy girl, the other, her moth- backache, bilious attacks, constipation
er, of tho aine name. There are or any form of stomach trouble, are
mnny thrilling scenes In the picture, urged to get u quarter pound of lime
notably one In which Marsa'a Hun- atone phosphate from the drug store
slnn wolfhounds attack a rascally and begin enjoying this morning in
nobleman and nearly mangle him to side bath. It Is snld that men and
death, Marsn I, loved by Prince Zlbh, women who tr this become cnthusl
who learns of a dark secret In his nolle nnd keep It up dnlly. It Is a
llnncee'H life, hut who, nevertheless, plcndld health measure, for It Is more
lake her In bin heart nfler she has ho Inside thnn.on the outside, becnuse
toluntirlly confessed her guilt, for hte skin pores do not absorb Impurl
whlch shii Is morally IrresponsUile. lies Into the blood, causing disease.
eilent one whllo tho bowel pores do.
rlncfplc of bathing Inside is
"The Rexall Store"
are reliable for the
relief of dimple ills
Star Drug Co.
77:c l&KoJUL Store
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919 .
Music by M. Dobry Orchestra
Everybody is cordially invited. Good time for all
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I "'SBBkUisffit -11 illT 9 'llll L I I I
The Victory Loan
BEFORE we settle down to peace and prosperity for
erermore to come, we must SETTLE UP. Oar Goer
rnent still haa an unpaid balance on its War Debt, and
through the Fifth or Victory Loan ererjbod. is
an opportnnity to help.
The FinitNNatlonal Bank an usual stands ready to' give
you Information and to accept your subscriptions.
as First National Bank
The production Is nn excellent
and the .supporting players nro c. Tho p
! Klamath I ounty News
(Hon Stelmuu vinited with
not new, ns millions of people practice
It. Just na hot water nnd sonp cleans,
purify nnd freshen the skin, so hot
wnter nnd n tensuonuful of limestone
phosphnto net on tho stomach, liver,
kidneys nnd bowels. I.lmestono phos
phnto Is nn Inexpensive white powder
and almost tnBtolens, Adtf
Mr Slow art Sunday iLfiuruoon.
Mr. nnd Mm. Arthur Schre,lne"r
linvn moved on tho Schuhort place.
Mrs Krnnk Stewart nnd d.iughlor
Lucille vlsltod with Mrs. (ireuuo and
ix Twin'.. Mr.. Mack Friday.
locta lo I County School Siiporlnten
ns Just I'M mi Wells visited thu school
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE. Owner
"AFTER THE WAR"
An El-Ko Comedy -J
Wednesday Matinee and Evening
Jeuue Hayakawa in "BANZAI," U.S. Govt film
filing Bilj Parsons in "PINK PAJAMAS"
-"urarn weekly News Events by Camera.
AMhltl! MR. HARRY BOREL
Zk7M ' Musical Director
DANCING SATC1UUY EVENING
V JAZZ MUSIC
PAULINE FHEDEIUOk f
,"HEH FINAL HECKONING"
Two Heels of Comedy.
Albert K. Rmith
"nY THE WOULD FOIIGOT"
A illu V, Comedy
Admission 10 A 15 cent) MaUnee
' 3.80, Kvenlncs 7:30 & 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
FI R ST
'HE first consideration of
every community is health,
and no city can have good
health unless we have a clean
JOIN THE MOVEMENT AND,
CLEAN UP THURSDAY
DR. A. A. SOULE,
Health Of ficer
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS