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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Dr. James' Ho.id.iche Powders re.
llevc at once 10 cents a
You take .1 Dr. Jatuea' llc.l ohc
Tawjor and in just a few moment
your hr.til clears n.l nil neuralgia and i
ditHM vanishes. HV the quickest I
unci surest relief for headache, whether
hill. throbbing, splitting or none
racking. Send someone to the drug
tore, nod get a dims packagv now.
Vfit suffering it's so needless, lie
mre 'you pet Dr. ,lm' HcsilscJie
IViwilers thcu there will be no disap
Those desiring Garbage hauled.
call 3T0. lM Hunter, City Scaven
PUT II m
BOMBARDS PURSUERS MUCH BOOZE SOLD
WITH BOTTLES BOOZE
1 1 m:
Mil I'S i IT Mom iiino t:s n,
The thirsty readout of Moiirohond. a , ,,,,,
Powder River I'uuiity town, recently U). (
had the unique experience of being (IIK ,
hotth.trdod liy uiiart bottles filled
wttli whiskey by bootlegger whom
i.V Juno t:l
tin' u iii . f liotti'ii. !
noil , iim ill n lii'iu mee'.
il f.ri 'ev iipilim w.r
time ii ihlbltloii. xiiiil:
h.i o seen iiii'ii III emigrem whu
thi weio trjlug to overtake on VM u ,v , lm into session. In ln
hoisoluck niiil whoso automobile tti,,,n ushlii.TUm win wet, ' i"1'1
stalled In the litliiille of Powder rler jK,t uuler I lie lllfluenee of lbU'r
while he was etide.i voting to cross It
lit ii ford, llefore the hootloggi't
le.ii nod llint his pursuers wore mere
ly thirsty horsemen Instead of deiti'.
WASHINGTON. .Mine 13 (Estab
lishing .1 new speed record, the gov-
itihmmil tirlliUlli- iiffli'n vvlthln 1WO
. ,. ' , i sheriffs, he hnd thrown :! iiuart lit
hours Moml.ii nlcht set III) In tvio
the Gorman peace treaty. consisting
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO OHUKR
BEST OK WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT TIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very reasonable
Vour inspection invited
Chas. J. Cizek
SIS Slain St.
of nearly lOO.ooo words
Ueopite its length mid the demands
for haste, owing to the desire to lme
the :rvaty appear In the Congression
al Kecont Wednesday. as ordered by
the senate, the task wax taken as a
matter of every -day occurrence at the
plant, which Is the world's '.argo-t
print lui; establishment.
The treaty covers i pages of the
Congressional Kecord and cost the
government $5000 to print. The j
treaty will he printed in document
On ft the regular night force was
called upon to assist in putting the
treaty Into print
Decision of the senate to insert the
treaty In the Kecord was not reached
them, all which went into the rlxer
hut lll'-e Washington Ins iwi uiv,
I Imi-i Ten thorn under the li'f'uei.oe
of II in r at nnnnditv
"I hope tll.it "II Wdlieil.i w II II '
I leturn to Washington, smite m.'in
hers of congrcr will ehnllei.n me
ioiTiMmm.il i ,M)T
Hccieiitlon P. O., Oreuott Nonaim. , n,
til'IIUIS. IIOHSKM. HOliS. CAMPIMi, IH 1 1' n,'l,,r
.STtHli:, Ti:.TS. fOITAtJIIS. IIOI'Hi:ilt)'s
t.DOU IlliliS, l)OOH .MKAI.S, , titlliu iM,'
I.Ntll I PAVILION HVIMtV SATI'ltlt.W NU. r
I't'lli: .MOUNTAIN SPHINO WATIIIt.
HARPST & WHEELER, Proprictom
A iiitruge party was organljod ami , , ,,., (lnt Miilemoni. Von m mot .
much work wan done until i large !,,,,, lll ( tn eapltol to ko to ouir,
part of the liquor was rescued. offic In tlr ennKn'sslomil nfflci
The siory was told here hy riinlr-( Lnn.n,., M Itlioui a doien memuom
man John It. .Morris of the Powder 'MjK fome mid tune u drink,' and ,
Itivor county hoard of conn to coin-' Wnihli'Klon Is dr !" ,
-i. mii im:
ti:i. i. Tin: vrnm.
uniii nearly o r. ,i. twenty uuuilics-
later It was being cut up Into "takes"
and distributed to 4 linotype openi-
Klghty-fhe proof readers, hastily
summoned for duty, made necessary
According to assistant Superinten
dent Villlam McEvoy. 9i?ilrt pounds
of print paper were used: while the
type used alone weighed about 1300
The local Nnvj Keerultlng office,
at the t'lty Hall, has received a wire
from KecrultiuK inspector that men
enlisting In the Na may have their
choice of either being sent to the
Croat l.akos Station, near Chicago,
or San Francisco. Tills Is a special
Inducement, and besides the privi
lege of the machinists school nt
C. anil the Electrician
i School at Hamilton Ithodes. Virginia.
All brunches of the navy nre open
for enlistment and the Navy upecl
allied In Its machinists, electricians,
wireless operators, tins Engine, me
chanics, carpenters, musicians, joo
man, blacksmiths, painters, cooks
J. K ADAMS
LIFT CORNS OFF
IT DOESN'T HURT
kj:i.ni:vi: jh;. i,is
WORK FOR Till: HoP.M'WII-'i:
With fingers ! Corns lift oat anJ
costs only few cenu
Market ) f?
The Most l'p-to-Date Market
In Vour City.
We are now located in the
east side of the Klamath De
partment Store and are open
Nice Juicy Cuts of Klamath
For Your Sunday Dinner
Phone Vour Orders
PHONE NO. 238
Pain? No, not one bit! Just drop
a little Freezone on that touchy corn,
' Instantly It stops aching, then you
. lift that bothersome corn right off.
j Yes. ma Ic! Costs only a few cents.
Try Freezone! Your druggist sells
a tiny bottle, sufficient to rid your
( feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or
corn between the toes, and callouses,
without one article of pain, soreness
or Irritation. Freezone Is the myster
ious ether discovery of a Cincinnati
genius - -Adv.
0 N STOMACH
Drug Stores are really neigh
borhood department stores in
which various linea are feat
ured. One druggist may push
patented preparations, an
other toilet goods, cameras,
optical service, the fountain
or other department which
nets him good financial re
turns. Our specialty has always
been the filling of Physi
cians' Prescriptions, and as
a result our (tore has be
come a prescription center.
We carry an exceptional
Block of prescription orugs,
and our laboratory equip
ment is up-to-date. We em
ploy only experienced grad
All ot your Prescrip
tions aad Iler4f4e are
important ad ''deserre
the spedal care which
we are iU to fire
SAYS EXCESS OF HYDROCHLORIC
ACID IS CAl'Si: OF IVDHiESTION
.'. KLAMATH FALLS OKEC0H tnj?
iMirtina &i avAAi m
A well-known authority statea that
stomac'i trouhl... and Indigestion are
( nearly always due to acidity acid
Htoruach and r.i.i, as most folkH be-
. lieve, from a lack of digestive Juicoj.
He state Hint .n excess of hydroch-
lorlc acid In the ctomach retards dl-
Igestion and starin food fomentation
J then our meals sour Jlke arbage In
t a can, formln acrid finidp and gase
which Infla" the stomach like a toy
balloon. We then get that heavy,
lumpy feeling In tho chest, we eruc
tate sour food, belch gas, or have
heartburn, flatulence, waterbrash or
He tells us to lay aside all diges
tive aids and instead, get from any
pharmacy four ounces of Jad Salts
and take a tablespoonful In a glass
of water before breakfast while It is
i effervescing, and furthermore, to
continue this for one week. While
j relief follows the first dose, it is Im
portant to neutralize the acidity, re
move the gas-making mass, start the
liver, stimulate the kidneys the kid
neys nnd thus promote a free flow of
T" re digestive Juices,
Jad Salts Is inexpensive and is
made from the acid of grapes and
lomon Juice, combined with llthla and
sodium phosphate , Tills harmless
suits Is used by .thousands of people
for stomach trouble with excellent re-
No worn nti lkts to be n household
drudge She wants time 'or ever so
n.nnv other tli.ngs tb ; enoking and
elo.i :i i? l.r !iv.. k ri r . 0l
of coal or wool tmch of the old-time
worH and dirt hnttu.Mcd
A clehn. puro kerosene ki Hio
Standard Oil Company's Pearl Oil.
(satires the housewife a cool, clean
lltchen the year round. Alt tho drttd
lory of hnmltlng the heavy coal nnd
nslirs is done away with and there In
no dust nor dirt nor rtor I'ullkn
coal or wood, kerosene lights nt the
touch vf u match, so that there Is no
waiting for the fire to come up.
Pearl Oil is economical nod can
be readily procured everywhere. It
Is alwayn the suite high nunlltv
whether It Is bought In r. gallon cans
or In bulk, although there Is n sav-
ing by buying in bulk. It Is eusy to
handle and gives all the conenlerice
of gas Doing refined and ro-roflned
by a specini process the Impurities
have been removed and It hums up
Mean without smoke or odor.- "
i Contrary to the opinion hold tv n
grout man) people, the real value of
gasoline Is not shown h the old
fashioned gravity lest. Tills test
tells nothing about the a,torilng (
and rombiistlve ttatlllns of the filet
as has been pointed out bv the Nil
tloiial llureaii of Standards nt Wash
lugton Only the boiling point lost is
Hulling points, of course, mean
exactly what the words av That Is
they are points on the tliormoitielor
at which a liquid will begin to boll
For n cold engine to start qtilrklv
the gnsolluo must taporlte ni n low'
temperature To got quick and
smooth acceleration somewhat higher
boiling points are necessary and for
full power and long mileage the fuel
must lime stilt higher boiling points
High quality gaiollno must have a
complete nnd continuous rbain of
bolting points, ranging from the low
to the high. Combustion starts with
the lowest and flashes on thru the
uniform chain from low to high with
the result that there Is full-pouorod
Instantaneous combustion. Eliminate
one link and tho full power chain Is
broken. The famous Hod ("rowu
gasoline has the complete power
Squirt SP0KTITK Into the cracki of
looe wheel and they nre locked tight
agalnat danger and the annoyances of
"" inuraM ana rattles. i
Easy as elllnr. fifo need to remove the wheels or to Jack
them up, thus saving the expense of taking the car to a repair
. shop and laying tho car up for a day or to,
Get a can from your dealer today. Have It ever hnndy.
THK WOODTITK LAIIORATOKIKS
It l easy to wash
a car with tins new
Work Ilk rharm.
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i.llrtU lurltd sihl
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Cult imu ikI Main
nd dual 41rn la
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Kmi tvr Up
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Ilk nri br an
tin ot Torrrm
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Mil In lull a Hi
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I Clear, Peachy Skin J
Awaits Anyone Who
Drinks Hot Water !
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X rast helps us look and reel ? ,
T elstan. mvmmi. Irmmh.
sparkling and vivacious merry,
bright, alert -u good, clear skin and a
natural, to.sy, healthv complexion are
assured only by puro blood. If only,
every man and woman could be In
duced to adopt tho morning inside bath
what a gratifying chango would take
place. Instead of tho thousands of sick
ly, anuemic looking men, women and'
girls, with pasty or muddy complex'
ions; Instead of tho multitudes of
"nerve wrecks," "rundowns," "brain
fags" und pessimists, wo should see a
virile, optimistic throng of rosy-cheek'
ed people everywhere.
An inside bath Is bad by drinking
each morning before breakfast a glass
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'
Ing and freshening the entire allmen
tary canal before putting more food
Into the stomach.
Those subject to sick headache, bll
lousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and particularly those who nave
a pallid, sallow complexion and who
are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drugstore, which will
cost but a trifle, but Is sufficient to
demonstrate the quick and remark
able change In both health and appear
ance awaiting those who practice in
ternal sanitation. We must remember
that Inside cleanliness is more Import
ant than outside, because the skin does
not absorb impurities to contaminate
the blood, while the pores In the thirty
Ask Your Boy
When the fighting was thickest
When the suffering was greatest
Where was The Salvation Army Lassie?
"She was right on the job!"
And now, back home in the byways and hidden
places where misery always lives, where a mother
needs a home, where men, women and childrn are
on the down grade, she's still
"RIGHT ON THE JOB."
to Carry On
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The Salvation Army Home Service Fund
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