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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALIS, OREGON
At the Theaters
TIio TiMy ni'oit Ttiomjo H Itirn
production, "The Keys of ttio lliithl-r-ous,"
. IMr.iiiiount picture, ! to ' o
soon .it tlio Star TliiMtrv tonuit.
vtnrrlnK Knul Itcnnctt who ha lit -cnuso
of .1 I.iw suit which she onlv re
cently won. heeii otiJnfnK some il'ie crker. John V
of enforce.! tiltcnctx Her frletiil w II .rnolil, I'e.irl T.
he Rl.ul to le.nn that The Ktn of UmvIU. A. I.
IMnlee. Jut S
the HlRliteoiis" Rit' Miss Itetnu-'t
ample opiortiinit to ue her af.it j p (j ;
tnlents not only at an emotional ' ,. J J(( ,,roclui.
Ronuo. hut also In parts of the K'.- nrehnril A M ,,i
turo .is the winsome comeillenn
only she c.ij be
To see Kalty Arliuckle In his i.i.ir
InR farce rome.ly. T.unplnR Out. ' at
the Star theatre toniRht. where it 's
nttractliiK larpe auiliences. Is a ilo.
light Tatty nerer has been seen in
a more mirth prooklnR role tn-m
that of the ncRlectoil liusli.tml who
flees to the sea shore to Ret 'he
square meal which he cannot Rot '
A character that mtRht have stoo
pI out of the paRes of Dickens a
"Salrjr fiatnp," for Instance. Is "Mod-
cr Hawkins," the plcturesnue old fir.
ner who conducts a "fence" In the
underworld, and whose place Is t he
resort of second-story men and v it.-?s
In "HmMs Asleep," IU'mI ItarrN
cale's latent picture.
I'LL PISE IT
MUS. ItllllUINs: III sl'dltlll) l
TAMat' AITUt M ITI'ltlNt.
"Mother How kins" Is admln.hlyl ..... nnl
jortrayed by Anna Dodge, an accreis
v.ho has nude an enviable reputit.on
on the legitimato staRe In character
In one sojno. the old "lady" Is seen
entertaining a party in honor of
"(tentleninn Chi," a master crook
who honors her menace with a visit.
tierges, Mr 1' J 100 f.rt
McAmlrvws, K-tther ."" SO
Scott. Kulph 100 too
Uixenik, M 1 ISO !Si
AJcAndrews. t'uthr.Mi 60 "0
McAndrews. Nellie S' SO
MuRtllre. Clms. K 2rto 200
lllehn. Ueorge (2nd Sub) S00
Seeds. Jay 50 SO
Wright. Dr. tleo. I wife
(3rd Sub) . . 30i
Potter. W 100
Harlow. Julia .. So SO ,
King. K. It. .. 50 50'
Nelson, Victor 100
t'arazoo, l.cluml D 1000
l.otches, Alameda S00
Hall. Monroe lO'i
l.otches. Tilda 504
Isaacs, Ira . . looo
Uandnll. John S so
Henry. K. S SO
"TolklnR about thtitRs ihnt help
people." sold Mis I' II Kobblns of
1 1 1'.' South 1 lib Street. Omiihu. Neb
In an Interview. ivcenll. 'Titular l
doing more good thnii tiny medicine
1 hai eer known In m time, ami
I'm now past Mt, ears of nge
"In Issy, iuarl thirl jenix ago
now," she continued "when lagrlppe
tirst came along and so imiti peo
, plo were having It. 1 had an atlark o'
It iuself and lime had It In some
form or other from once to twice a
year ever since The tlrst spell left
me In a badl weakened condition
and 1 would no sooner recover from
one ntt'irk than I would be pulled
down again The doctors at that
time called It 'rheumatic grippe' and
I had aches and paliis all thru mv
body. In all my limbs and muscles
Three years ago 1 hail one of thoie
spells, which was so sown that 'hay
took me to the hospital, "hntl I ne.irh
died I had the worse headaches It
seems iiimino could nave anil 1 '.vis
badly rundown and frightfully wiuk
I couldn't sleep well for all 1 1 -
thirty years My appetite was poor
I lost twenty pounds In weight mvl
Just had to drag myself around 1
was hardly over without some kin 1
and the pr-t
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I'oi amount I'leseel
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MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TCKHD.WS AND HATUHDAVH
SlllSCUlllK KOU TIIK III.'IIAI.D
Pale, thin-blooded persons are more
stiscentlble to Illness anil illsinan
,.,. l...ni,t,t. M..Ani.. rn.. .... - nf nn nrht or twtlli
Although hefty In weight, the old Rlrl 8ystem. enrich vour blood br ukln siirlmr I was in such a bid fit that
Rives a sparklinR demonstration of Nux-I-Tone. the powerful tonics with wt. colll( keep hous.. so I wen- i.i
MwSZInJr0'10" larg'e b V'"'Ca " Tl T -.h,W My husband ,o
jig anu niRiuanu ning. boarding and where he boarded 'i
"Mother Hawkins" can't under
stand why Nancy (Bessie Harrlscale)
would rattier scrub floors for a waije
than earn a decent living by pickl-iR
"In spite of all th' eddicatlnn I've
learned th.il girl, she won't steal a
cent." says the old woman. "Ain't
she the ungrateful thing'"
The scene at "Mother Hawkins" s
one of the richest bits of comedy erer
thrown on the screen, and what ih-
action doesn't register the tntles .rill
"Heart's Asleep" will he at the Ubor
ty Theatre tonight only
9k i i H9E
Do not .fait to Improve your health
at the Hot Spring bath house 12-1
With the Finest Dessert
Call Van's Auto Service.
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Every shoe in this famous line contains a Re-in-forced
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to the insole so that it cannot get out of plase, which
is guaranteed not to break down and to hold up the
weightiest woman. No inside arch support need be
worn with this shoe. This feature makes the wearing
of shoes with high French and Cuban heels possible
and practicable, thus adding an extra measure of
style so much desired by women of full form. The
steel shank holds the shoe in shape and prevents
REMEMBER IN EVERY SHOE OF THIS LINE,
NEARLY 100 STYLES IN HIGH AND LOW CUTS!
heard of a remarkable cam like niln
that hail been relieved bv Tanlac
"Then he went straight to Slur
man & Mrt'onnnll's drug store i"id
got two bottles, one for m' and n'ni
for himself, us he was In ery ha I
health, too Well, I showed some Im
provement on the tlrst bottle ind
kept on getting better slowly. irfMy
appetlto came gradually and 'mv
strength cainn back a little each day
My aches and pains wore uwuy and I
got to sleeping better When wo
would see one bottle getting low ve
would hurry to get another and slnc
I finished m sixth bottle I'm feeuin:
better and more like myself than I
have In years With all the slrkii'ns
and 'Flu' epidemic that's going ov'ir
the country I'm feeling stronger and
bettor than I ever did Wo are ke,i
Ing house again now. and I eat well,
sleep well, do all m housework arid
feel fine all the time I nm taking
Tanlac with the Tanlac Tablets ng'iln
now to keep In shape for the winter
It certainly Is a blessing to huinuiiil)
and has done so much for m hut
hand and me that I will praise 't Iht
longest day I live "
Tanlac Is sold In Klamath fulls by
tho Star Drug Co . and In I.orellu by
the James Merc Co. Adv,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIl 8AI.K--Slngor sewing machine
In good order; prlcu reasonable.
Phono 2 I4-.1t
FOP. KENT May 24: clean partly
furnished house; G1614 Pints st.
FOIl SAM-: Will sacrifice auto-
trailer and complete camp outfit,
Including new made' to order tent
i costing J 125, bed springs costing
$12, CO, folding table, etc. Most com
plete mid compact outfit to ho had
and cost $7S0 new; will tuko $375 If
I taken at onco. Call and seo It at 410
Ninth st., or Inijulru Junius M. Wat-1
kins, Jr. Phone 320-K. 14-1 i
FOR RKUAM.K PIANO TUN'INO,
leavo orders at Klamath Falls
Mush: House. 14-3 ;
PASTI'HK FOR SAI.K Horses and
colts preferred. Apply H, h. Ilur
nett, opposite Jou Wright's, Midland
FOR SAI.K licof cattlo nnd fat
hogs. C. A, Hunting, Merrill, Ore.'
How Is your heulth? Would a good
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the powerful tonic containing Iron
and Nux Vomica In comblnutlou with
lluut mill Wine. $1.00 the lurgu hot-,
Splnks' Fishing and Outing
ramp mi Spring Crook. Wil
liamson River will be open to
the public on and after May 20
The good fishing Is now on
flood homo rooked meals
sorwd Tent iiuartors
Fish and Chicken Sunday
dinners it sperlulty
itosorwillous must be made
Rates by week QU itetl on ap
plication II. HPINKN. Prop.
P. .. '1iIIimuIii, Oregon.
I HE correct styles of the
season are Morshcim
Dark Tans. You will see them
at this store in various shapes and pat
terns just the thing for you men who
want up-to-the-minute footweur.
Come in look them over try then
on there's a pair ready for you.
I Ain't Mad at Nobody'
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Get Rid of
When waini flays arrive germs will de
velop very rapidly. Therefore, you should
get busy now and use proper
DISINFECTANTS AND GERMICIDES
Their use will ward off the attacks of
germs and guard the health of your family.
Scatter disinfectants freely in all places
where germs are apt to lurk damp cellars,
cesspools, stables, etc.
Wc acll all of the reliable disinfectants
and germicides and should be glad to sug
gest what is best for any special purpose.
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