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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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AUTO HISTORY HAS
1 BEEN MADE RAPIDLY
WIN LARGE RAISE
sni ISHIUK h m
IT T IN
In 1S99 automobiles wore excluded
from the public parks of lloilon from
10 30 In tlio morning Until ! o'clock
In the evening
Tlio I'lilted States army made their
ttrt experiments with nrmori'il mo
tors In tlu Milliliter of IS9U
Tho flr-t automobile Insurance
Mrs Woodrow company In tills country was started
1 POHTI.ANI). Miiy H 'Tri.it of
'tlio school tom'tieri of PuMliniil I"
win Increase in their ".it' ll'"'
n special tux lew of $'..1' "iMI n
Mircetiftil In til" election lie' I -vi'iir
ilnv, the ini'llKlire lii'lni; np.'el hv
1 n vote of lilllii"! two to oil"
Out of II total of in !tM a ."liteil
l-iillnti. TH'.I were In fiivor of tlm mil
" " nrv Incri'iisi"' Tho in'came vote
. Most folks forw-t tlmt the KIiIih'nm. :is-1" Scattering hallol- .IiLIi
like the liowels. got sluggish mill clop- brought the totnl iil.ove II i""
Tl.. flrMi iinl.llc ciimce of reroril L-...I mid neeil fliishlni; ooeasloniillv. relucted became of llni rr.
UK KAT TOO MlVIl MKAT Wlllfll
t i.otis kii).m:vs, tiiij.v Tin:
PARIS. C Hy Main
Wilson Is showing much Interest In In New York city. This wiis In 1S99.
tho welfare ami comfort of Atiiert- The first automobile cluli was start
can soldiers on leave In l'.irls lie- ed In Chicago In 1S95.
centlv she visited the American Keil
Cross tent city on the Champs ile where motor cars cotilil be storetl. re- else we hae backache ami ilull nits
xir tvlmr. iicntinvl.'if Ions hnve been nalreil or renteil was opened In lies- er.v In the klilney region, severe
established for 1,600 of them. ton. Mass
Tho u-lfn nf li President inade n IS99.
thoro tour of the lied Cross camp.; In 1900 there were SO automobiles all sorts of lil.id.ler disorders
-nmkltir Innulrles of the Red Cross owned and operated in San Krau- You simply must keep your kldties
women concerning the preparation of Cisco. Oil
because of I tn ! rfe Ho-n
I'hls vole was surprising! lure.'
I'nder stlinilalloii made ! I'e
early In the spring of headaches .ilieumiitlc twinges, torpid board of directors on the ' . ' h'
ller. acid stomach, sleeplessness and election funds from I be '.I I
will be dlsbur-Hil III tin' f." ' ' a
$400 I-onus lo eat h li .I-b r i"i i '
attlxe and clean, and the moment .iu
pax roll for Hie e ir I 'M I
tho food and the methods of serving. ' In April. 1-J'io. a large miioinooue ioei an acne or pain in ..... M.u.e,
When a ram Ion loaded with fresh, company announced that they were region, get about lour ounces of Jad
warm apple pies arrived from a Rod manufacturing automobiles at the Salts ftom any good drug store Here
Cross kitchen Mrs, Wilson sampled rate of almost two a .lav lake a tablespoonful In a glass of .,
the pastry I The late William McKlnley had the ter before breakfast for a few mi's
During her tour a bouquet of flow- illMlnvthn of being the first presl- and your kldnevs will then n.t fine
ers tied with the French national col- dent of the Cited States to use an This famous salts Is tlllo from the
On March 17. 1900. SO persons had
been licensed to drive automobiles
In Chicago, Including one woman,
who was the first of her sex to se
cure n license to drive a motor o
hlcle In that city .
In the early days a chauffeur was
n conductor. Chevrolet
ors was presented to Mrs Wilson A
Trench soldier with an armless sleee
hut a happy smile, made the presen
tation speech. Mrs. Wilson carried
the flowers In her arms during the
remainder of her visit. She showed an
enthusiastic Interest in everything.
Riving special praise and commenda
tion to the recreation huts, where called
dances are held, the reading and view,
writing rooms, and the arrangement
V tUb l, IHI iV VIII11U.1 IUM IIIIVII tV ,.
She was received by Major Fran- FOREST SERVICE TO "'
cis Borer, manager of the .North-, UKt f '" e A "" kDWn ,C"1 AtU? T,
eastern Zone of the Red Cross. Mis, ! LEASE CAMP SITES !! ""3 Jad Salts to folks w ho
.. , ... . . . .. . . I believe In overcom lug kidney trouble, i
Ethel Burnet, dlrectrlce of the tent, . .. . .
i .. t it ii . ' while. It U only trouble. Adv.
city, and Miss I.IIa McClellan of Tex-, PORTLAND. May 14 Summer ,
hnmoi fi.(.0Sftllill. In MOll ffflhlnP and
acid of grapes mid lemon Julte. com
billed with lltlilu. nli.l Is harmless to
flush clogged kldue)s and stimulate
them to normal activity. It also neu
tralizes the acids in the urine so It
n u longer Irritates, thus .'tilling blad
Jad Salts Is harmless; Inexpensive;
l I manes a iieiigniiui eiitirvrsccni iii.ua-
, water drink which everybody should
take now and tliaii to keep their kid-
H THE EIEI
llr'ltl IV l.i Copenhagen Mir I i
The president of the imperial in n
Istry tins sent the following telegram
to the governments of the free stales
"III deep distress anil weighed
down by eires. the !rtiinu people
have waited thru lite months of the
armistice for the peace conditions
Noticing the number of men gath-1 huntlnB wtnln slKht of thp rao,t
ered to Salute here as she left. Mrs. Deautlfui mountains, lakes and rivers
AVIlson expressed the wish to greet of 0regon am, ,he northwcst. are
.them personally. An Informal reecp- imade for cvery famtiy which
tion was held In front of the camp. rnn ,..- ,onructlon of a slmnlo
the soldiers forming in line and shak- shack or elaboratc 9hack through tho
offer of the recreational department
Tltt.li. mittllful lull Itnd Itriillptif th.i
neys clean, thus avoiding serious com-1 , ...
V i h Merest ilNaiinoliituient uii.l un-
Mpeakalde grief lo the entire people
A public expresnlon ought to be given
these feelings by all (ieniiaiiH The
Imperial government requests that
the free states have piibllr amuse
ment suspended for u week and ullov
111 the theaters only such productions
as correspond to the seriousness of
' these grievous ilus "
lng hands with the President's wife
as they filed past.
BOY SCOUT WEEK
SET NEXT MONTH
'of the United States forest service.
I which has recently announced that
leases may be obtained on national
.forests for private uses. '
I The leases are within the reach of
'the most humble family. They range
jfrom only 110 to $25 annually. Tho,
WASHINGTON. May 14. Presl-'more expensive leases are for hotels (
dent Wilson, In a proclamation just land sanitariums. The usual lease 1st
Bade public here, recommended that for fire years with the privilege of
the period beginning June 8 to Flag renewing, although some are for as
Day, Jane 14, be observed over tho long as 15 years,
country as "Boy Scout Week" for J ''Thirteen million acres of the state
the purpose of strengthening the 'of Oregon Included within the na-(
work of the Boy Scouts of merlca. tlonal forests belong to the people
The President wned that in rery and their resources of timber, for
eommunlty a r.itlz.rs' committer he age, water supply, game and scenery
organized to co-operate in carrvin are for use under wise regulations
out a pron.-vn Tor extendlnr the "which provide for their perpetua
Boy Scout pn.ram to a larger pro-, Hon." says a statement Issued by the
portion of Amurtran boyhood." recreational department of the for-
est service. "These forests contain
See ns, 1008 Main at. Shoes ga- most 0f the high mountain scenery
re" m of the state and are open to the free
i. use ' tne Pub"c for camping, fish
Van S phone number IS the Jng, hunting, tramping and other out-
same as always 298-W. 2-".ing activities. I
Is the ideal fuel for the
summer season because
it makes a quick, hot
fire, just when you
Order Peyton' Blocks
and you are sure to get
"Wood to Burn"
501 Main Phone 112-R
CHAUTAUQUA SEASON TICKETS
CItnutnuqun Senson Tickets Will Be Put on
Snle Tucadny Morning, Mny 13,
Adult tickets will bo in the hands of the
one hundred persons who have Kiiiiianteed
the financial success of the undeitakhur.
Students' tickets will be sold by the HiirJ
School teachers. Children's tickets will he
v-oltl by the grade teachers. Tickets of all
classes will be sold at all the drug stores.
ADULT TICKETS $2.75
Student Ticket... .. $1.65
Children's Tickets $1.10
These Prices Include the Wnr Tnx.
At noon of the opening day the ticket
sale will be taken over by' KLLISON
WIIITtJ and the price of season tickets will
The afternoon entertainments bought
singly cost ?2.Sli. The evening entertain
ments bought singly cost $-1. M. The Season
Ticket gives you the whole program for
only $2.75. ,
Klamath Chautauqua Association
Effie Garcclon, Secretary.
narssi:i,s. .iUy is sim of thp
lli'lelnii iiou-Npiipors point out that
Oi'rmany by admitting di-ffnt. miiKt
HUlimll to tho conit'fiuciic)' Clolln
Ilolpi In of tin' opinion that tlm hard'
I terms do not oven Indemnify tho Al
lies for their looses. The newspap
ers expressed surprise Hint tho pro-,
posed stipulation regarding llritlsh j
and American support of Krnnce In I
case of attack wns not mudn for tlm '
benefit of Belgium.
The Independence llelge says that
It Is Impossible for Cnrmany to offer
further resistance or to refun equit
The socialist newspaper IVupIn
says "Hegnrdlng the revision of the
treaty of 139, It Is desirable that
Belgium apply as soon ah ponslhle to
the real league of nations. Instead of
i finding herself at the benevolent ills.
Icretlon of tho three nations," and
considers that the distinction lm
tween tho principal powirra and the
others should bo removed
DRINK HOT WATER
Bovo is a pazt of tho amno ---it
snakes $od sportsmen and
naos's GHjoyaMo sport 'Jod
follovship,hoahh and rofrosh
siiontbost' to train on and
yio aff-yoar-'cotind soft drink
Says you really feel clean, sweet
and fresh inside, and
are seldom ill.
Pay a Visit to the
OUR CREAMY, FLUFFY WAFFLES
WITH MAPLE SYRUP
AND JEWEL COFFEE
MAkE AN IDEAL BREAKFAST
JESSE BAILEY, Prop.
Phone 185 610 Main St.
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cordially invliotlio Vw f&Zfcw
intact cu r.t. j f h 'O
If you are uccustomed to wake U.
with a coated tongue, foul breath or
a dull, dizzy headache; or, If your
meals sour and turn Into t;tt and
adds, you linvo u real surprlHu uwalt
Tomorrow morning, Immediately
upon arising, drink a glass of hot
water with it teuBpooufiil of llmeiitoiie
phospliato In It. This Is Intended to
first neutralize and then wusli out of
your stomach, Hut, kidneys itud thir
ty feet of Intestine.! nil the Indigesti
ble waste, poisons, sour bllo mid tux
ins, thus cleansing, sweetening and
purifying the entire alimentary canal.
Tli obi) subject to sick headaches,
backache, bilious attacks, constipation
or any form of htorimrli trouble, uro
urged to gel u quarter pound of lime
stone phosphate from tho drug Hloro
and begin enjoying this morning In-
ulilii bath. It Is Mild that iiion uud
women who try this bcuimu enthusl
ni.llc mid keep It up dully. It Is a
plendld health ineumiro, for It Is more
ho Inside than on tho outside, because
lite skin pores do not ubsorb Impuri
ties Into tho blood, causing dlscaso,
while tho hownl pores do.
Tho principle of bathing limlilo la
not now, ns millions of people prnctlco
It. Just na hot wuter and soap cleans,
purify and freshen tho skin, so hot
water and a teaspoonful of limestone
phoHphute act on tho fitomnch, liver,
I kidneys and bowels. I.lmcstono phos
pliato Ih an Inexpenslvo whlto powdor,
and almont tasteless. Adv.
YOU HAVE USED ONE
OF THE CHEAPER KINDS
OF SO-CALLED CLEAN
ERS, NOW TRY
AND NOTE THE DIFFER
ENCE A Free Trial for the Asking
OR CHICKS AND CHICKENS
CHICKEN FEED. ALL SIZES GRIT. OYSTER
SHELL. SCRATCH FEED. CRACKED CORN.
EGG MASH. CHARCOAL. BONE, AND LICE
Murphey's Feed & Seed Stoi
126 South Sixth St.