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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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.rtompt to ttstrt) tlu pump luii
tth dwi.iniite tlio nlRlit of Mix 21
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iloori and Mtmlows hotne wockei'
Tht sutltx poron or pooou. he
tn so.uohoit (or tt N thoiu u tlul
some one who did not i.in Irrts i-
" tton s unlit of this outr.tit'
0 A 1,.1-liiri. w.is clttin ill i'ii' tton to
" t Hi-hool hiiut M in 22nd '
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i iilo lno tlio ilNHppi'.ininro of llov.
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hnpo t (IwtnilllitH Mr (,ront"ihir.i't
pidtor of tin i lirlKtlnn tliuroh lion'
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flio ni'w m.iii In Ori'Ron ho eildcntlv illi'
li'itmo w.i on coo'ni.ii; Min IMn . I no iilii 'lilt tho rlior In t'"iioh')--5,30
Wolls and Mr Seton wor" .ilmi pro ou north of the ell iitul iilthotiKh
, 'or.t After tlio lecture the ' ilvt
FrnncNco 1. mio
Hole. John Vreka illf 100
Steward. Julian V Ills
Pine. Cat :.0
C3l, Oregon rower Co .",000
Dlffenderfer. lie. Portlind of
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Criiler. C It 3000 3000
Petwrs. Z i C
Barr, C. R . . 5 a
Gray. Matt .. ... 00
llaier. M I. . . 30
'Vallen. J E no
Stlncel. Win 51
Stlncel. Mrs Ad . . f.0
ltughston. P E .... "n
Santamau. Stanley . . rv
Sllllnicn-rtoxmikers I.ccjI .Vo
Jones. Goraer 'j
Standtee. Krma "n
Dincraore. Clarence C 30
Martin. Mrs nina . :.o
West. Walter R. .. 2mi
Sauber. Lorinda M h i0
Stewart. Grace G p.n
Martin. Clyde Standlee . 'v
Dlllstrom. Henrj A joi
Lewis, Bertha I. . ',o
Bennett. C C. . . . ;,ol
Little. Mat F -,o
Anderson, Hans l n,
McKeeier. .IS . u '
Titcomb. Edith V o ,
lleidrich. Curtis i: loo i n
Linehaugh. Ahe 10 it) i
Campbell W U COO 30)
Tenbrook, It 50
reputed to he nn eci'llent n luimcr, 1
of th ecooklnn club old th' wire he iouollos w.is swept under by tin T
mid the off Ida' V
boird of the Chiitvh hus slKtilflod Its y
wlUliiKliess to bear the pipeline In
more enoouraced with their tk
Willi I'.inkei. a soldier retur,"il
from the tntnlnu c.iiupi till ook
Mrs tt Dlxnn was in l.oiur r thl
week on lnilne
V m prise piriv a Kien fir
Ml Mrtle ttunn. May 2th t.- .
one reported an enJoubii etenini:
tee cream and cake were wnrti at
midnight The prt broke up ntmiit
A dim I being constructed arro
t.ost Rler at Bonanza The ork di
progressing rapidly ,
" Mr Burkhart, Margaret Ritecl'
and Ward Hueck were initiated in' 1
the. Rebecah' Thnrsdiy night. M.-y
Hilda Hamaker left Sunday ft
the Hamaker Sawmill here she i '
Trari Houston left Mav 25 for
the ranch of Geo Noble where he Is
going to help during the sprint;
eaij current and undertow
Is being continued
possible effort to locate th
Duxbuk and Knniplt Outing wear
for men and women K K K Store
KEEP FEET DUtt
TELLS ItHKl'MATISM Sl't-'FEIIKIIS V
TO TAKE SALTS AMI !KT
Kill OK I'ltIC Ann A
tiu own a liiiuim In the t'llv or ion umiI 11 Imime 11ml omii tlm (urultiiin in it
Not fur iiwiii In an I'liitlue lioimti whi'ie da mill ulght men and i'IikIiik iiwiiK it,,,
call to runh to our home nluiuM fire Mutt unit put It out mid Nine mi 1 ptopmi
fill Fire Pepiirtmeut Ik a Muml-ln ilmige to )iiu oli mil) not know Ihih it 1,
but J 011 pi) for it Junl the niime. It m In 01tr tnii'H, It n In )0Ur iunurnni 1 rule
If 51111 hud to go out to the ueureiit electric Unlit pole enr tlmn mi whnl
to baie light or henl in onr home ami lonniu't up with u wire to )our tioime, mid t Ii.mi
tike 11 chuuee its to whether the man at the pnwei house was awn), or the mm In 11
er for some other reason, was shut down, your cost for electric current would In
be lery low, but ou would not be satisfied When )ou piess the little button 011 Hi..
wall of your home, or turn the knob on our lamp or stovn heater nt any erniiit of
the day or night. Immediately comes electrical energ) to suve you Hum unit t roil l,.
and supply your wants for light and heat
I, Ike the men at thn tire house, to give you Service, there are men ulwu
watching the big machines In the power house; (hero are men out In the snow and
sleet, working In tero weather by day and night, keeping the line In shape, there am
men way out In the mountains "riding the linn" 011 horseback, there are men with
spurred feet hanging to pole doing repairs. Inspecting transformers, etc.. and all
this army of men are working like a clock, each In communication with the ntbnr
over the Company phone lines, while you work or while you sleep, and all (his In
order that you may at any second hare Service, and Just as thn firemen save your
physical property, you are saved time and energy and have Immediate arrommoils
Hon In Ihe SEHVICE for which you pay a MtantMly charge
California-Oregon Power Company
The great popularity of the Travel
ers I,OW COST Guaranteesl life pol
icies i reflected in the fact that dur
ing 1018 this progressive company Is
sued more than t213.000.009 of new
life business. Ask Chllcote & Smltb
about the NEW 1010 policies. 9-tt
AI.I.IKI) All. STRENGTH
TIH; AT AIf CI 01.
WASHINGTON. May 2S Airplinc
strength of the allied armies on the
west front when the armistice was
THV OltWmiOTHEH" OI.II FA
VORITE RECIFE OF SAGE TEA
Rheumatism Is no respecter of age,
sex, rotor or rank If not the most
dangerous of human afflictions It Is
one of the most painful Those sub
ject to rheum itlsm should eat lea
meat, dress as warmli as possible
si old an undue exposure and. aboie
all drink lots of pure water
Rheumatism i caused l urti acid
which Is generated In the bowels ami
nhsorbed Into the blood It Is the
function of the kldne) to filter this
acid from the blood and cut It out
in the urine the pi)res of the skin
of this impurtt) In damp and chilly
are also a means of freeing the blood
cold weather the skin poies are rlo
eil thus ford 111; the kldncts to do
double work, the beiome weak and
sluggish and (all to eliminate lhLs
uric acid which Ko.'Im arumulatliig
and circulating thru the sstniu eent
uall) settling In the Joint -i and mus
cle causing stiffness, soreness and
Almost even one knows tint Saee
signed was greater thin that of rli Tei and Sulphur nrnperlv rompoun I- l)aln f3""'! rheumatism
Germans b more than two to one urins bick the natural color and At the n"1 ! "' rheumatism
nd Italians outnumbered Austrian ' Iustr-' t0 the halr h'" faded, graj ' fr"" al I'liarmac) about four
bv four to thr. in ,,,hi,- .1 , or streaked Years ago the only wa ounces of Jad Salts, put a tablespoon.
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'ording to official roport.s to the w .
department p "balloon strengtl
the Germans were declared tc be su
perior with 170 craft to 14 4 for the
allies, of which the Americans had
23. French 72. British 43 and Bel
gians 6 in use "Of the airplanes in
senice. Hritlh units comprised 1738
machines. French 3321, Aiuen.a.i
740 and Belgian 153
to get this mixture was to make It at ,ul ln " u" "' "n,er a" UrlK "'
home, which i nuissv and tmutilA- 'ore breakfa.t eirh morning for a
some N'owadav, by asking at any
drug store for "Wjeth's Sage and Sul.
phur Compound," you will get a large
bottle of this famous old recipe. Im
proved by the addition of other In
gredients for about 50 cents
Don't stay gray' Try It' No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as it does ii so naturatly
and evenly You dampen a sponge or
soft brush with It, and draw tills
through your hair, taking one smalt
I (tcand at a time; by morning the gray
WASHINGTON, May 27 Sccretairi hair disappears, and after another ap.
Daniels said today that the naty will plication or two, your hair becomes
have a big Pacific fleet by late sum- beautifully dark, g'.ossyand attract.
mer. I u
BIG FLEET LS NOW
PLANNED FOR PACIFIC
week This Is said to eliminate uric
acid l) stimulating the Mdue to
normal action, thus ridding the blood
of these Impurities
Jail Salts Is Inexpensive birmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon Juke, combined with llth
la and Is used with excellent results
by thousands of folks who are subject
to rheumatism Here )ou have a
pleasant effervescent lltbla-wnter
drink which overcomes uric acid and
I beneficial to jour Milne) as well
Oxceto Welding Works
Carl Schubert, Jr.
BRAZING, CUTTING AND DECARBONIZING
Mechanical Repair Work of All Kinds
Two Doors East of P. O.
KLAMATH FALLS -:- -:- OREGON
Hot Water for
Tall why veryon should drink
hat water with phMphate
(n ft Mftra brMkfaat.
The One Essential Feature
of a Vaccum Cleaner is, IT,
MUST GET THE DIRT.
Gets the imbedded dirt, as
well as the surface litter,
and does it without the aid
of a brush.
A New Lot Just Received.
Hare You Got Yours?
flBBsT LdL "
Headache of any kind U caused by
lauto-lntoxlcatlon which means self-
poisoning. Elver and bowel poisons i
called toxins, sucked Into the blood
through the lymph ducts, exclU tbej
I heart which pumps the blood so fast
lUdb II lUUgUOU IU IUQ lUkllDI W-l
lea and veins of the head, producing
violent, throbbing pain and distress,
called headache. You become nerr-l
our, oesponaant, sick, revensn ana
miserable, your meals sour and almost
nauseate you. Then you resort to ace
aniline, aspirin or the bromide which
temporarily relieve but do not rid
the blood of these Irritating; toxins.
A class of hot water with a tea
poonfull of limestone phosphate In It,
drank before breakfast for awhile,
will not only wash these poisons from
your system and cure you of bead
ache, but will cleanse, purify and
freshen the entire alimentary canal.
Ask your pharmacist for a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate. It 1 In
expensive, harmless as sugar, and al
most tasteless, except for a sourish
twinge which la not unpleasant.
If you aren't feeling your beat, If
tongue Is coated or you wake up with
bad taste, foul breath or bare colds,
indigestion, biliousness, constipation
or sour, acid stomach, begin tbe phot
pbated hot water cure to rid your
system of toxins and poisons.
Results are quick and It Ii claimed
that those who continue to flush out
tbe stomach, liver and bowels every
morning, never have any headache or
know a miserable moment. Adv.
ITS A POOR DOCTOR !
Who Won't Take His Own Medicine
THAT'S WHY WE ARE USING THIS SPACE TO TELL YOU
WHAT JOLLY LITTLE BUSINESS STIMULATORS HERALD
WANT ADS ARE AND WHY THEY GET RESULTS
'HERE IS NO GUESSWORK about a Herald Want Ad. They
do the business. We know they pay. Our customers have
told us so time and again. We have used them ourselves and
they have never failed to get results. They are the short cut to a
quick turn-over the modern method of merchandising on a small
scale, where the value of the article to be sold or the importance of
the want to be filled will not justify a heavy outlay.
If you had something to sell, trade or give away and went out
on the street and told each person you met about what you wanted
to do, you might get results but the people you talked to would
be very likely to say: "That poor fish has bats in his belfry." If,
on the other hand, you used a Want Ad, you would talk to the
whole county at oncenstead of only one person, and do it in a
The same rule applies to hiring help, renting a house, looking
for a job, or any one of the important little incidents of life where
you must call in the assistance of someone outside your immediate
family. "You MIGHT get results by telling your troubles to the
neighbors but the certain, quick and economical way is to use
a little classified ad.
Do 'you want to buy, sell or trade, want to hire help or find
work; do you want to find a room, a house to rent, or to rent the
same to someone else ; do you want to call attention to some new
feature of your business, seek information on some subject, or
have you any little unfilled want?
USE HERALD WANT ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING