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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1919)
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IT IS APPLE BLOSSOM TfMK IN KVANGEI.l TO lND
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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A clean, comfortable kitchen
all year 'round
Autvapoli Valley, Tbv'd-6-ctia-
It is apple Mosoro tm'e in Nor
m.in lie lh?c cir.v davs if June (r
No Scot:a. U-.d of Lani-J ire an
trie Acadian it. too. n apt.ie bl s
snm tirns Ji.st no there a hu-
cirri' rillo i'elt of i. spiff blj "
.rojiiri quairt Annap.,i Valr
juj: is superb :n thi.r fracrance nm"
peaceful lauty j the were in th
utnr of which l.oizfcliow ur-te his
Tre lami fit the poem or. ocr
baps is a poem ir. itself it otms
nki- a delicate, fragrant dream, far
( away from the struccle and
hi.. -rv of life where rest and peace
n I simple beauty reicn. There i
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iipip.isi .alrlV lown 'P ri- i.i
wlire tli unititi'" were crnrk-i'
n th'ir iid n,urtif Tall raith
I ke s.'i.p rflnle ' v the m.iutn f tin
(inne'tju liner dream hip. rid
injr on a rncr i f 'rcani'4 The tiri-ut
.Macician has laid his wondrous spell
upon the land
f'crhuM " l' this verv peaceful
ness. this scmblence to another
world, that is sendint: war and work
wearv Canadians and Amcncans to
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therr Carnival al Iiiar liner. i
its rustic snort and hospitulity li
thnt of old Kncland in the tliiys for
by. ljist year as many as four thou
sar.d visitors descended on this littl
town whoso total population is lea"
Kvaneeltne land The most con-' than this number, so far and wu
, , . -,, ' - tn "ff ' haj the 'nmo of Bear I'ict pria
With n flood oil cooksteve nnd I'c.-itl Oil
you will cook in comfort .ill year 'round.
Givrs nil the ccivcnicr.ee i f as, without
the tlust and u -t ot co.il or worn!. Bakes.
Irrihi, roasts, toasts ceoncnv,V.!y.
5-i,;hts at th ton h of n uin'ih No waiting lr
liren to co'ic up, no uiincccnsiiy work, no wane.
Concentrates a -a Jy luat on the cooking Ic.in
in;; the kitchf tool n"i! rnmfortable.
Icarl Oil. i!i? Siaml.ml Oil Cotnpany'tt kcro
8'Ciic. is a most convenient anil rcur.t.mical fuel.
KaiV to hantll . It is refined and re-rcfincl by our
tjiecial pri- ess lc!i rimov.-s the impurities. It
is (.lean burninr;.
fear! Oil is .'ot bale in bulk bv dealers everv
where. It is the ame liii;li-i;ti.ility ketoxene at
the Pearl Oil se!d m hvc-j;allon cans, 't'herr is a
saving by buyim in bulk. Order by nrme I'eatl
We recommen New Pcrfrct'on
ar.d Puritrn Oil Cool- Moves
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R.TIIKU THAN PAY
X)XTrailT OK COKT IX TUB
K.lMOl'S XE.AL 1VKIGHT CASK.
,h.. Imlfo nhnnf fh.i hnntlnr of venllc court Is one ot tnu OUlv'Sl 111
Neal's father Xeal'a mother was on the I'nlted States, all olhiT courts,
trial chared with murder .NVullook to It to uphold Its rlfilits And
was the only eye wlinei Mm one of incite- In that a relation of clr-
Wricht was acquitted cunmtanccs Riven In confldunci- to a;
JuilKO Llndsey refuied to testlf? 'jmi'iillf court JtldKe Is not to boj
at tho irlal. Inalstlnc that what.nvr "ted In any other proce-dlliRii
Information he posted r.-Kar.llnK Th.i JudKi- has r.-cUod lett-rn
A FIXE FOR the kllllnK had been Rhen him by the '"im many of the JiuIk-s throiicliout
HEAT AND LIGHT
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
boy In confidence and he could not
thi' I nlted StatoM utkIiir him to
(C A L. 1 F O
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and would not violate the boyV con-! maintain nis stanu
i,i. ,.nn n, th., iHnt lnhnidrun's aKencii havi
DENVER. Colo.. June l1 Den A. Perry, then Judge of the criminal:
E. Lindsey. Judge of Denver's Juve- court, rounu nis lenow-juuge guilty
nllf court, will go to Jail before he' of contempt of court and assessed
will Dav a fine of 1500 for contempt the J300 fine Judge Lindsey ap-
nf fhn iriminni miirf herp. h has pealed to the supreme court
announced. The Colorado supreme flne was upheld by a majority of the
court, on June 2. denied Judge Lind-1 Justices three of thm, however,
sey's petition for a rehearing. The dissenting. On June 2. last, the Col-
j i i. . . .. orado supreme court denied Judee
jaufie uau lllieeu uuja iu yaj vi v , r 1 fnur
to Jail, if the court Insisted. """ut' - ""s.
The fine was assessed when Judge Judge Undsey announced that In
Lindsey, In May. 1915, declined to refusing to pay the fine he is not
tell what Xeal Wright, 14 year olJ acting upon a personal point of view
ward of the Juvenile court, had told but considers that as the Denver Ju-
offered to pay i
the flu" for him
"No matter what tho supreme
'court decided. 1 Htlll liellovn anil will
always belii-ve that what Ni-al
The I Wright told mo was told me In
strictest confidence and that I would
have been unworthy to hold thi po
sition I now hold IM had testified."
said Judge Undsey "The fact that! HREST, Junu 17 One American
Justices of tho supremo court soldier was klllnd. two aro dying and
says I was wrong does not makw lt.ovt'r ,0 uru Injured us tho result
so. I am not going to pay that flnc.l0' ,ni' collapse or u iMilglits of t'o-
Winzler, Klamnth Falls, Oregon
i nuir nas iiisupirareil, ami after an
other application It becniiKs bea It
i fully dark and appcurs gloncy and lu
COLLAPSE OF HUT
A BIGGER ARMY
WASIIINUTON. Junu K -!
tary of War llnki-r aiipenrcd
the Siinatu commltti'e on military' af
fairs today and Insisted tint "on
gress provldo for un arm: of flvoi
hundred and nlno thousand men, un
der the permanent policy that has
linen udopteil. Hi declareil that
. TO QUIT PETROGRAD
LONDON. June- l1 . me prr
rations fo rthe .nactiittion l I'Hro
grnd an being made b Hi' Hcitihc
vi.ts. a ilUimich from Muni tuJay
t 1 1 1 1 II I II 1 11 1 1 I 1 1 II II 1 1 1 I fr H-t 1 1 1 tH tHIHIHM
threi hundred thousand moil, n pro
because if I did I would admit 1 waslu'nbus hut at Hontunezen lust night il0sed by Inn housn In entlroly .n
wrong." while a boxing match was progress- adeuiilo
Neal Wright, the boy Involved, en-iH'15, i m
LAST TIME TONIGHT
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THE GREAT WAR COMEDY
MATINEES 10 AND 25 CENTS
EVENINGS 15 AND 35 CENTS
I SAGE TEA TURKS
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listed In the army at the beginning
of the war and now is serving In
A HANDSOME SIO.V.
GERMANS WILL ASK
FOR EXTENSION TIME
PARIS, Juno I It Is generally
anticipated that tlin (iermans will
i ask for an extension ot time In
I which to reply to tho poaro conill
I HoiiH, biist'd on tlin fact that they
I Imvo only boon given one revised
copy of the treaty.
IT'S ORANDMOTIIER'H ItKCII'i: TO
IIRI.VO MACK COLOR AXD LUS
TRE TO HAIR
HERB FROM MEDKORD.
Sam Clay rcpresuntutlvit of the In
turnatlonal Corresponilenci schools
is In tho city for a fow days on mat-
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only be had by brew
ing a mljture of Sngo Ten und Sul
phur. Your hair Is your charm. It
makes or mars tho face. When It
fades', turns gray or streaked, Just nn
application or two of Sago and Sul
phur enhances Its appearance a hun
Don't bother to preparo the mix
ture; you can get this famous old
recipe Improved by tho addition of!
Otner mEreuienis lur uu tenia u lurgu
bottls, all ready for use, It la called
Wyeth's Bade and Sulphur Compound.
This can always be depended upon to
bring back the natural color and lus
tre of your balr.
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sag X
and Sulphur Compound now because
It darkens so naturally find fcvenly
that nobody can Itoll It has been ap
plied. You simply dampen a sponge
or soft brush,' with It and draw this
through the hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning tlio gray
Iters of business from Medford
Don't forget; tho Elks will have u
convention hero August H, lu and
1C (Jot busy!
Tin1 handsomest and most artistic
sign in Mm city has Just been exveut-
ed by K D Miles, of the Miles Sign
company for K Hiigarmun, mill has
lio'ii placed on Mm pillar at tho 'ii
traiico to Mr HuKarmnn's storo at
Sixth and Main street Tho now fu
' mlllnr motto "I ain't mad at no
body," is at tho lop of tho sign,
'".Sugiirman" In the cvnter and "Tho
I homo of Hurt, Kchaffner and Marx
Clothes" at tho bottom It Is iixecut
''d in gold leaf and black and Mr
Miles Iiiih good reason to feel proud
of Mm result of his brush. It Is n
'new departure In tho matter of signs
, anil Is another sign of tho steady
strldo of tho city towards tho don-
nlng of metropolitan habiliments.
I WhitePelicanHotel I!
NOW OPEN FOR SEASON 1919
TIfe Place to Entertain Your Friends
PHONE NO. 5 AND MAKE RESERVATIONS
Drug Slorvs are nallv nelch
borhood ilepnrtmer.l pioris In
which various lines are feat
ured. Ono druggist may puh
patented preparations, nu
other toilet goods, cameras,
optical service, the fountain
or other department which
nets him good financial re
turns. Our specially has nlwajri
boon tho filling of rhsl
clans' Prescriptions, and as
a result our store hs be
como a proscription center.
Wo carry an oxcop lonal
stock of proscription drugs,
and our laboratory eHP
mont la up-to-date. Wc , .m
plor only oxporloncod grad
All of yow PrcwHP"
UosM sutd KeclpJM
lBiportt and Uesre
tM apecuu w
we are aie
JVI KLAMATH rALJUS .0WMNjr
FOR CHICKS AND CHICKENS
CHICKEN FEED. ALL SIZES GRIT. OYSTER Mni.nr.mr'c VacxA & SaopH 5tOre
iTiuipuvj o a v
SHELL. SCRATCH FEED. CRACKED CORN.
EGG MASH. CHARCOAL. BONE, AND LICE
126 South Sixth St.