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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1919)
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NEURALGIA PAIN P
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
!fl,l a 10 cent pnokiwjo of Dr.
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mid don't Buffer.
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lur iiiiitiniN or hiirtliii-iH h,ir fiMin short time from Hnniiriii- lllu-r He
In stopping at I lie White 1'i-llcnn
IiIh rum Ii In l.imgell Va'.liiy
i mii m:Mn r
-un: ii vsiir tiii: iiiuiiikois'
T V WIlkiTrinn. mill Mr. -ii-il Mr
1 lt'ti Drown, were iiiiinn thorn- irii-,i
tlii l.nri'llii district who tons In the
rlriMiK hurt- )i'Htiirilny.
licorgn K. Iloyd ami film II.' arc !n
town fur ii nlntrt vUll f-tini Il, " In y
a r I' Kin-Kin lit tin- tVhpti IVIIniu lint-
l.rfli-r IIcikrh. wliu mii-riii -h a
runch In rppiir Liing-tll Vmlu) was
llimilii: lln- "nlllll ) iii-iiI V t h I e tr mi
Cirrus tint lln riuirtH run Mrire"ti,
then- In In- iiininiiiilly ,(11111!
.1 O lioldlhwnllo of In tnl. i-l.iimln-r
('ouiuin Ik .'ii i i fnin
li I lii'a it I ri mi a short mhIiii-s , ll i
Mm It I1 linns ami Mm. I II
Nnrrl-t nri- In town oduv fr .in ilm
l.li-titi-nniit (' I' Carter, .vim ,-iinii I
hi-ri- n fi-v weeks iiko from Trjuml
li-ft litis morning tor Mntli -r ''It-lil
near Hiirniiin-iito where li p--i-ts tn !
get mime iimrii flying experle-ti o
Mr ami .Mm .1 i:. Hall mill fi' lu
ll) are In lln- city from ''lillointlii,
wln-ro Mr. Hall t'ondiirls i metr.-.u-lll-
V U'linlii-rly, I In- lnromi tax
l mini, who Iihh been lu-rt- for m-vi-ral
iluyn 1,-fl on tlm train thin mortiltiK
'for AmIiIiiihI lln iixpi-rtN to return to
Klntniitli Piillx In a fi-u iliiy-H
.1 II Hi-bhIi: ami rlillilri'ii, Ni-llli-Vhmk
ami MnrciiH lln--r an- County
in-ill vlnltori from Tori Kliiiiintli
Tln-.v an- ntoipiiK ill lln- Willi,- Pi-ll-
Cll II llllll-l.
I' II Hull)- wiih aineni: tin- train
irrltiiln limt nlclit from Mi-ilfonl Hr
In ii Kin-Hi ut tlm Hall lloti-l
Mm W Ii Cumplii-ll of l.on-lln
li-ft on tin- train tlilx inornliiK for
CIiiiIiiiIIh. WiiNliiiiKton, wlii-ri- win
will vlhlt with lu-r pari-ntn for aliout
C (5. Ilurki' of llotianza has koih
to M areola ni-ur Ciiri-iiii for n vIbU.
Syki-n llamiiki-r, fon-maii for LouIh
(Ii-rhi-r ut llonii-fly Valli-y in In town
for a fi-w ilayB on hiiBlni-n-i
Will S. Worilcn Ifft thlB inornliiK
for I'ortliunl, nfti-r n short vlult In
Mm II II Hy.li- lufl tliN .iot'iik ' j,rB, VVi ,. (i(ir,on ,1M r(,,llrn,.(i ,,.
on tlu. train for Ivan afti-r i xtiorl hl.r ,,. , wrilen aftt-r a short
, visit 111 this city.
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MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TCWDAYH AND HATUIIDAYH
Call Van's Auto Service.
II J. I.ytli who turn li.iflii Iidiik' nn
a Khort fnrlniiRli w-th hlR par-mi-i .:i
i In. Ilniiiiiiza illstrlrt li.ft MiN -iioru-Iiik
for Camp l.i-wls In Winlli'nu.o .
Mr iiutl Mrs J O llt'iirclnluy li-ft
toiluy for nn ,xt,-i.ili-il trip In the
II I. I'l-iin tniK ri-tiirni'il to Sto-'k-toii,
Callfnriilit aftor n Khort IiubIiihkb
j Mhlt In Klamath Knlln.
MIbs DorrlK Tuttlo Ik In Mm cl:y
- for a short visit from lloiiniizu,
K (i CnmmltiKs Iiiik koiio to Ml
Hi'liroii for lln-itity on ItiiBlni-ss for
thii Klnmnth MainitnctiirliiK Com
puny, lln will ri-liirn this i-vi'iilnK.
Ii It ItaniBi-y who has hi-i-n Intro
on a furlough from Camp !-. Vlr
Klnln rcluriicil to that 'point Mils
I.' HiitrhiiiHon Is n n-r.-iit arrival
In this city from Oakland Ho Ik
stniipliiK at Mm Hall lloti'l.
Misses firnoc nutl Allro l.ytle anil
thi-lr hrothiT Itobi-rt l.ytl,- an- in the
city for a short tlm,- from Ilonanza.
100S Main st
sriti.vc i..ki-: Dini'i'ivcs.
A Reed Hint' was ri-portt-il by all
who alti-mled tin- ilanru Rlvi-n by Mr
ami Mrs. K. A. Schrt-lm-r for tliolr
son I. cuter, who was home on a fur
IourIi and who rt-turnoil to I'orts
mouth, Now Hampshire lust Wednes
day. Most of tin- people from this neigh
borhood went to hear Hilly riunday
speak Inst week.
Mrs. Homer Dopuy IMted with
Mrs. Arthur Schrulncr Pnturilny
OOIH.V Itah. May 13 - Clnh
ri-lidirnted In this elty Haturduy Ilia
Kolilf-ti Jiibllee of tho drlvlni; of the
Koldeti splku which commemorated
tho completion of tin- first transcon
tinental railroad connecting the At
Intitlr and I'aelflc oceans drizzled
vi-li-nitiH of the West who either
worked on tin- Central I'aclfle or I'll
Ion I'ai-lf lc, or who drove tin- teams
that supplied the workers were the
KiicKtH of honor Many were here
who remctniiercil the race to build
the I'ndfli- Railroad, and there are
some who tell of track-laying records
made In the last few days of the race
which would make construction en
gineers of Kiilny envious
There were prercnt a few who wit
nessed the driving of the last spike
made of gold ut Promontory, fifty
' mll.-s eaht of Ogden.
Ogden was a blaze of color Kvcry
downtown thoroughfare was ablaze
wllli flags and only the lack of O. A.
It. uniforms Indicated that a re-unlon
of war veterans was not taking place
It was u re-tmlon, however, and the
participants to n considerable extent
were veterans veterans of n battle
ngnlnst the desert and not of blood
, and battle.
1 Cnlon Pacific ami Southern Pacific
officials were here to participate In
the event, for It was their Jubilee as
1 well ns that of the men who did the
work A program of entertainment
was to take place during the day A
monster procession wound Its way
thru the city. In which were a series
of allegorical floats depleting the
building of the railroads and the pro
gress of the West
1 ni i in "in j"ir-ir-i-B""'- " - (
At the Theaters
DRINK A GLASS
OF REAL HOT WATER
Bayi w will both look and fill
clean, tweet and freah
and avoid lllneaa.
IE.T us slityw you why
J Firestono Truck Tiros
will ftivo you fti-entcr wear,
oreater resiliency, renter
protection for your truck,
greater snvinft in ropuir nml
fuel bills unil Most Miles
This will not bo merely n
word of mouth dciuonstru
tion; wo want to ftivo you
proof of tho obovo stntj
rcients; wo wmit to show you
tho whys nml wherefores
truck tiro fncts tluit will
positively menn a money
saving to you.
And wo want to acquaint
you with our facilities, with
our ability to render you
truck tiro servico quickly
Como in any time. Wo
"III anil Hum.
Sanitary m'Iciii-u has of lato inni'..
rnpld strides with results that mo of
untold UliwKlug to humanity. Tho lut
ed application of Its untiring research
Is the recommendation that It Is us
lu'i't'ithuo to u lie lid to Internal sanita
tion of the drainage sjstem of the hu
man body as It Is to tho drains of the
Thou." of us who aro accustomed to
feel dull ami heavy when we urlse,
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold,
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom
ach, (tin, Instead, fin;! ns fresh as a
daisy by opening tho sluices of the
KVbtem each morning and Mushing out
the whole of the Internal poisonous
i:erjone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should tnu'li morning boforo
breakfast, drink u glass of real hot
water with a leaspooiiful of llinestono
phohphato In It to wush from tho
day's Indlgostlblo waste, our Mlo nml
poisonous toxins; thus cleansing,
tomach, liver and bowels tho previous
sweetening and purifying tho entire
nllimmtnry canal lieftmi putting nioro
food Into tho stomach. Tho notion of
an empty stomach Is wonderfully In
vigorating. It cleatiH out all tho sour
feimeutiitlDiiH, gases, wasto nml ncld
Ity nml gives ono n splondld appotlto
for breakfast. Whllo you aro enjoying
hot water anil llinestono phosplmto on
your breakfast tho phosphnted hot
water Is iiuletly oxtrnctlng a largo vol
ume of wntor from tho blood nml got
ting ready for a thorough Hushing of
nil tho Inside organs.
The millions of pooplo who nro both-ert-il
with constipation, bilious spoils,
stomach troublo, rhountntlo stlffnoss;
others who linvo sallow skins, blood
disorders and slcltly complexions nro
urged to get a u'mrtor pound of lime
stone phosphate from tho drug Rtoro.
This will cost very little, but Is sulll
clout to make anyone a pronounced
crnnK on tho subjoct of Internal bou
Chili Con Carna
riinne orilers taken for Salails
nml KUIicriiicn's I.unclitv,
Dcllcntewscn l.unchra erirtl us
jou like them.
Just around the corner on 7th.
Yo enter to I-adlcs
O. K. Hao Arnold Y. Hake
Is the ideal fuel for the
summer season because
it makes a quick, hot
fire, just when you
Order Peyton's Blocks
and you are sure to get
"Wood to Hum"
501 Main Phone 112-R
The Liberty Theatre announces
Mint tho great dramatic triumph,
"Suspense," In which tho captivating
little star, Mollle King, has the great
est role of her entire career, will bo
the attraction nt this popular theatre
"Suspense" Is a thrilling mystcry
' drama adapted from the celebrate 1
novel by Isabel Ostrander. author of
"The Flying Man" and other v.icly
read detective stories, nnd vas pro
duced by Frank lirlcher, who gained
reputation as a director of Mipoi-'or
ability by his -mny su vt-f dl pro
ductions. Previous to .".it.'.-'n Mip
motion picture field. Mr. Rcichor was
for a number of years associated
with K. II. Sothern and Julia Mar
lowe. The story of "Suspense" Is a com
bination of realism and romance, de
lightfully blended with more thrills
than ou would think possible to put
Into any one picture, and tho actual
suspense maintained thruout the pic
ture makes it one of th most in
tensely ocltlng dramas ever brought
to this city.
i "Suspense" Is the one picture of
the season you cannot afford to mls3
it Is a picture that will give the full
, est share of enjoyment to young and
old alike, unit will leave a lasting
Impres'on as one of the finest film
productions you have ever seen.
At the Star Theatre clever Knlil
Ht'imrtt is making a long looked for
, re-appearanco on the screen, ihls
, time under the Paramount banner n
I "The Kevs of the Highteous." MIm
'Hennett. with William S Hart, Dor
othy D.ilton nnd Charles Hay, follow
, oil Thomas H. lnco when he liecnmo
'affiliated with Paramount tin I Art
I craft pictures and 'is tho last of tho
, four to appoar.
1 "Tho Keys of tho Hlghtoou?" fs
in story of Wisconsin and dc.ils with
Mio struggio or pretty .Mary wanning
to keep together a family computed
of n crusty old grandfather who has
nover forgiven her Invalid mof.ier
for marrying his son, a drunken de
relict, nnd ono kindly uncle, t Imost
hor only friend. Ono othor frioud,
however Is handsome young Toil
Onlo, a "lumber cruiser" who s' i'l-'s
by through thick nnd thin. A !mpi y
ending Is interestingly brought
about. Othor numbors on the pro
gram nt tho Star nro Fatty Aruueldo
In "Camping Out", tho scream of ,ho
"TIIK I'H'K OF THK PKTI'IIKH"
H. W. Poole, Owner
Matinee Every Day
THK First National Bank always has a supply of money
with which to co-operate In practical farm production.
Of course whatever the case may be It must be practical
from both the patron's and our own standpoint. Con
servatism Is a part of our progress! .-eness you knew.
But we're always willing to talk things over.
R. R. Reames President
L. F. Willlts ......Vice-President
Leslie Rogers -.Cashier
a. M. Collier Asst.-Cashler
John M. Moore Asst.-Cashler
She First National Bank
The price of Diamond Tires has been re
duced, effective May 12th ,1919, but the
high quality will be maintained. See Dia
mond distributors for new prices.
Factories, Akron, Ohio.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED TO nUY Alfalfa ranch.
Olvo prlco and details. C. V.
Holbrook, Malln, Ore. 13-3t
HKLPS WKAK EYES
HAVE 3 LOTS, sultablo for resl-
denco or upartment, S blocks from
Main st., at great bargain; have to
soil this wook. Inqulro 224 Whlto
St ? '
TTJj 1 1 II I If '
PASTURE for rent for horses, In
qulro Uurdott, on Midland road,
opposlto Joo Wright's. 13-3t
FOR SALE Ono 8 room houso, mod
ern; ono G room houso, modern;
and ono 4 room houso, modern; on
easy payments. A. A. Uellman and
Klamath Falls peoplo aro aston
ished at the quick results produced
I by simple witchbnzol, camphor, hy
jdrastls, etc., us mixed in Lavoptik
'eyo wash. In ono enso ef weak and
ueur-slghted oyes n few days use
brought improvement. In nnothor
case It stopped eyo pnlus nnd In Hum
iliation. Wo guarantee a Binull bot
tlo of Lavoptik to help ANY CASH
weak, strained or inflamed eyes. Alu
minum eye cup FREE, Whitman
Drug Co. Adv. ,
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