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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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OlilMI TIM-- I'I'MI'M' III'IIIIMITIV UIMIMMn,
i,llMlx l rilMIM.N III- I IHIAL r'lll.Hh
I Starts for Serbia With
Portable House to Found
Home for War Orphans
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ilMi fiimi AIkoiiui lilnyn, left for lic-r Iiuiiih m Rom-Inn i:
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,tort Hi'" '" " l,H '"""" '" '"""",,"I"''K fur nlMiiit two w....n k lWi
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Slid Jem."' ' "' f" " wM "li for "'" w- K KiMl.trn ('otiiiiiny mill I ' jfj Ja$'
Hotel Hi" ri..n Mttl llnrr, Cnll.j uin fur t t Western Transfer Cum- . '$i&t'
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. in llt
Mr, anil Mm Onuir Hlilvi. ,unl Mi
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,r i,imui'4 Illti'tiHliiti,,, trM t lalt nimntiii: for HimIiIImu
i .iliforiiln. Ciillfiiniin, whue thuv iiipert 1,1 ,.,
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tr an.l Mr. Jov "nil To III urn , . ., . wlll, , , .
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rtnlmrrn tmiriiiK mr for tlio Dun
him Auto Cotnpniiy
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siitiiniay Apiii ::,. SCtli.
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lliitill.il lll flu, a xpurl'il nppnil fur
tlit-m In "llurliniutii'a Wlfi'," tint W.
Hum Km pliotnilrnuwi In wlilrli Vlr
kIiiii I'lmmon will ln hitii toil.iy nt
tl'o l.ltn-ity Tliiutro. "Thin ilriiiuii.
foiiiiili'il on it null-known iiovnl liy
Junius Mlli-n Kormnn. Itit rmlurojt nn '
Wllllnm TIioiiiumiii witnmoiiK llicntinirthn wouiaii mi tlm tinwllllni;
irrlrili.from tlii'iiiitiilili' rounlry ill- utijfrl ()f (, im.tm-rlr Infliicnco of j
trlcti jM'T'lny nftirni)Oii. Ilu rMlili' irJiln of tint occult It Ik it lmttl'j
on (in) part of tlm wlfr for incut il
free, !, in nml for Impplnenii.
If n youiiK nlfii'i t'litnrly lnmli.it.tl
ilrlllicrati'ly plnccH tier In it ponttt'in
nf ciiiiirnilclilp with llin youth V
know utio really Iovph. what ouM
iln. I., Ktnmptny ami dnuRhter, nu cipi-rt to hippnn? Thlx U ono
Mill Mibel rrn pntnumcvr on (liniof tin; IntcrotliiK ultuutlonii In "lln
triln (hU mornlnic for Kl Ccntro, In j rliannn' Wlfo," with VlrKlnla I'unr
footbern California, where they ex-'nun n thr tar. which will havo ltd
pt to make an fitcnitttd vlt. j iircucntalQij at the Liberty Theatre
Vfi. 0ln Ileal and children have! m
irrlitj from Hacrimentn and were
att bere today by Mr. Ileal from
Fort KUmath They expect to no to
tb Wood Hirer Valley for the aum
tt" 'I'll' ' IIV" il ll limn! i m
I I jF-fcjTl..'.THI JK. " - " -
I. V. Kjiulcr, ho hit been here
lor l If ilny on maltcr of tnml-j
tin from I.im Mollnn. Cnllfornln,,
returned to that point till mornlnK.j
.Mile. Helen I.o'iinltch. ynunKOst
duiiKliter of n ilUtlni'iiliiticil Kit lib n
Hluteiimnn, hn Juki left t li It country
In found m home for war orphnnH In
llolKriulf It will tie citubr'iN'd In n
, portiblc Iiihim! nlie took with 'ier
from America. The rpliiinnno will lie
flnmireil entirely from the I'nlt.i'l
' Htnt. The yon nt wmnan'R father,
K ii nn l.ominltch, formerly unit nihil"-!
I I er to London, 1'iirjbi ind I'etroRrnd i
ntiil fnr inntiv venr n mnnilinr nf f li j
j Serbia cabinet.
TICIIT SKIHTS AltltlVK.
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE
Money Savers For Men
SPECIAL PRICES ON MANY LINES NOT
ON DEPENDABLE MEN'S WEAR.
LISTED HERE CAN BE HAD
Bib Overalls $1.75
Good heavy, genuine blue Denim, the
kind you paid .$2.50 for.
Waist Overalls $1.55
Made of heavy, blue Denim, genuine
dye, formerly soid for $2.00.
Men's Work Shirts .. 65c
Blue or gray ehambray, sizes lo'to 17,
Men's Khaki Pants $1.75
A very low price for Khaki Pants.. All
sizes, 30 to 40; a good $2.25 value.
Athletic Union Suits $1.00
Fine for the warm days, made of fine,
soft Nainsook; worth $1.50 today!
Men's Negligee ShirU $1.00
Soft Percale with collar attached, light
and dark colors; sizes 14V1 to 17.
Men's Hosiery Good Values
For Dress or Work, in black and tan at
19c. Good heavy Hose in black and
tan 25c. Fine Lisle Hose in brown,
navy, gray, champagne, white or black
Men's Shoes Reasonably Priced
Work or Dress Shoes that are from $1
to $3 let? than elsewhere, can be found
hei e not all sizes in every line, but we
have all sizes from 6 to 12 in various
styles; Special Prices, $3.50, $4.00.
$4.50, $5.00, $6.00. '
Men's Mule Skin Gloves 75c
A corking good leather for handling
Boys' Blouses Specially Priced
Light, medium and dark colors; also
black sateen, from 75c to 95c.
Men's Cooper Union Suits
Short or long sleeves,- also stouts in
white or ecru ; very special $2. per suit.
J. F. Maguire Co., Inc.
Ry Orrllle, the two year old aon
l Geo. Million won operated on ye.
Iirdijr at the Klamath (leneral h
pltil for rupture by I)r. Boule and
Mttity. The boy I netting ulong
IIKNli KI.KM COMINCI TO
HTATK X)XVKXTIOX IIKIIK.
Word hai been received from Ilend
that a monitor defoliation of Klka Is
Relnt: to be on hand here for the big
Klate convention In AtiRuat. The boya
there urn making plan for a now
clinptor at Ilend oon and '"y nro
going to celebrate the ovent by vlalt
Ing Klamath Kail In mum formation.
LONDON', (tiv mail) The tight
aklrt la upon ua! Or rather, the wom
en. Korty-four Inches about the hem
U the litest dictate of fashion, and
girl who have been sw'nglng along
In the comfortable stride permitted
by knee-skirt war dresses, such as
worn by the land girls and woods
I women, or In the full-skirted uniform
of other war detachments will have
to get In uractlce for the. mincing
g-ilt .Mere men, who have endured
tht puttced war girl, feel equal to
i the now whim of vanity. Any casual
ties havo been discounted.
WKI.I. KNOWN UKKWKNT 11.1
The ninny friends of H. Orom of
this city are distressed to learn of
Hopes Women Will
Adopt This Habit
As 11 As Men
QtaM of hot water oaeh morn
ing holpa us look and ftl
cloan, swott, froah.
J his sudden Illness di to it nervous stead of the multitudes of
. I breakdown. He Ik nt present con-wrecks," rundowns," brain fa
Happy, bright, alert rigorous and
vivacious a good clear skin; a natural
rosy complexion and freedom from Ill
ness are assured only by clean, healthy
blood. If only every woman and like
wise every man could realize the won
ders of the morning Inside bath, what
it gratifying change would take place.
Instead oR the thousands of sickly,
anaemic- looking men, women and girls
with pasty or muddy complexions; In-
Superintendent W. O. West of the .
KUmath Inillnn Itesep'ation, (leorge j
Watt' J. N. Nnrrl mil Ltikn Walker.
- . . ... m i .M. ........ .tn.li.l.- nf iIia Travel. I
rre imicngera mis morning ror "'""" 'Til""" '" "...-"; . t.... i.-.i . v.i ,.i.. . nA..imi.i. .t,nm.i . vinio nml.
Jwta, California where I hey expect yVelleVtnl In ll.o fact Hint ilnr- io, and IMne. mlstlc throng of rosy cheeked people
io aiiend a Mnrkmuitx meeting. . i , ,.,H tM niKrrlve company I- pnmlli,n rei and miletnea. are eervwhere,
n. A P McKln.le. who ha, been "" ZZAACVhUU "Pessary, according to his physician An inside bath Is had by drinking.
of real hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate in it to wash from
the stomach, liver, kidneys and ten
yards of bowels the previous day's In
digestible waste, sour fermentations '
and poisons, thus cleansing, sweeten-1
Ing and freshening the entire alimen-'
tary canal before putting more food
Into the sumach.
Those subject to sk headache, bil
iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism.
colds; and particularly those who have
a pallid, sallow complexion and who
are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drug store which will
cost but a trifle but is snfflcient to dem
onstrate the quick and remarkable
change In both health and appearance
awaiting those who practice internal j
sanitation. We must remember that
inside cleanliness Is more important i
than outside, because the skin does not i
absorb impurities to contaminate the
blood, while the porea In the thirty
feet of bowels do. Adv.
DANCING SATURDAY EVENING
"UNDER THE TOP"
A Great Circus Picture HJiowlp-
Stonc'-j Athletic Adiltcr
A Uray Vfctograph and llarton
Admisfllon 10 & 20 cents.
DIVORCE SVIT FILED.
Suit for divorce has been started I
by Mnggio C Nowlan from Mark
ktre visiting at the home of her ola-J "","" th" NEW lOlli pollcli. 9-tt I "r. K. D. Johnson, for his recovery, -teach morning before breakfast, a glass Now)an ,n offJco Qf the County
I Clerk. The plaintiff charges cruelty
1 nml dnenrllnn Tlln mtQ,,i.l.. nf Inn
l.,l KVOVl u,. .IIO LUDIUUJ Vfc IIIC1
minor child is requested In the com
, plaint. Attorneys Itenner and Chas.
! tain represent the plaintiff.
Soap Week at the Star
Drug Company's Store
In addition to the saving on more ordinary soaps, this is a week of specials on better grade face
oaps. They are made from highest grade materials, contain no excess of alkali, and will not irritate sen
n sitivc skins.
Also, they are delicately and delightfully perfumed. Thi. Violet Dulce bring, to your dressing table
the true odor of Porma Violets, so much admired. You receive special price reduction this week a full
box, 4 cakes, costing only 87c. They will last many weeks and are a necessity to the well groomed wpman.
CREAM OIL SOAP, 15c, 2 for 25c
&SsSi PALM OLIVE SOAP, 15c, 2,...25c Dozen $1.38
Dozen $1-38 MEDICATED SKIN SOAP 25c
HARMONY FLOATING BATH SOAP 10c 3 for . 65c
Although Soap price, follow Meat prices, which, at you know, are way up, yet these soaps are eco
nomically priced, and our extra low price on Dozen quantities make it a real money saving price,
STAR DRUG COMPANY
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"WHEN REGGIE MIXES IN"
P.itlie XeuN latent Current Events.
A Victory Loan Reel Starring'
Admission 10 & 15 cci,ts Matineo
U.30. Evenings 7:30 & O.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS jj
"THE PICK OF THE PICTURES"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
in ' '"?
' Sunshine Comedy ills'
;'A TIGHT SQUEEZE"
' '' Saturday Matinee and Evening ' '
LITTLE BILL1E RHODES '
.';; in .
MUTT and JEFF
"THE DOUGH BOY"
At this Theater nt
2:80 p. m.
Doors opea at a o'clock
MR. HARRY BOREL