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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1919)
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EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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The Evening Herald
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Kill TO II
PublUhert ilolly r?t Sumtav b
TT Herald I'ubllnhliiE Company of
Klamath Falls, at 116 Fourth Mroot
Entered at the poMofflce at Klam-
ath Falls. Ore , for trausralsMon thru
the malls as rcconil-clnsa matter
Hatacrlptlon terms hy mall to any
ldres In the United iates:
SAYS HOT WATER
FROM THE LIVER
Everyone should drink hot water
with phosphate In It,
IRISH IS URGED
To frrl ji nut. 11 tho proxcrblnl
15 00 fid die, wo must krop the liver nsliel
50 Cwn ami allium every mornlnK to
nrownt Its tlHWKP-IIke porei Irom
Tl..NTH I I 'Hi" 1"
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roollltlotl pnl UHlnV urReil oii
cres to ii'iiiRiiui th Irt-h n imb"
uril ri'cumiwnil that Hi" Inch ii
letetitutlM' be yiwn n he.irillK u
the poiu-i ronferenc It Imi favoml
self-ileterinllwituin for lreluml
immi i i'i r, ,
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mil rn umi if ""
lb l. bn
MY HAIR HEALTHY
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llMiihr i,f flif A4HlatCtl lr' . . ul i.IIHAJ.l1t.. ttinlitrtnl
trf all news dispatches .credited to It noted phslclan.
w not otherwise credited In this pa- If .ou stl hodaehs. It's our liver
Xr. and also local news published jf )ol, catoh cold easlb. Its our liver
reln If ou wake up with a bail uifte. fur-
All rlRhts of n-publlcatlon of ape- . ,h , t,omach
elal dispatches herein are also re- ,tu "'"" ' en....
iWTfd becomes rancid It's our liver Sallow
S mixl'ly completion, wnUrv e
YKIM-IA . JCK IS, lsll. rll denote liver uncleniilliiess. Ynur
, - Hvcr Is the raot Imporumt. nlo the
mot abused and neKlected orsnn of
.the body Few know Its- function or
how to rtluis-e the 1 minimi-up body
vvaMe. lillo and toxins Most folk
resort to vlilir.t etlomel. vhich l a
danperou- nHvntliii; chemical which
can only lie um'J m i.iiotm.l- because
It .imitmilates in tho tlsiuts. also at-
tacks the bene-
tAMMKirriM. OKru-lMKiMii , womnn. .tc! or k
Wll.b UK HKOTKI TO stlll. noH shnul(, l)r,nh (aob mon,lnK I,,
t,THI(.IN(. K MlMi: N - . breakfast a cl.v of hot water
( (MMITTHh IITOIM. , teasiioonful of llmt-tone phos
phate in It. to wash from the liver nud
bowel the previous dnv' liidlc-tlble
Tha. the la-t meetlnp of each material, the itoltons. jour bile and
month of the local Woman- Uellf toxin. thu clcnniiic. iweotenlnB
,'Corp from this time, will be a social a"d frcshenmc the entire alluientar)
affair cf some nature w.- decided at canal before puttlnB more food into
the regular nueting of this body the tomach.
Jlondav night Limestone phosphate does not re-
Preparatlons for fesiiv.H of rlct the diet like calomel. bruie It
ome H.nd on July 4,h were d.scus,- can not salivate for It I, h.rlfM and
i - r... ..,!.. v-ou can eat anything afterwards It
ed at the meeting and a I , .,, nel,nsle aDtl nlmost taMele.
composed of Mesdan.es bl "tv.n a arraacl8t ,, fell J0U a
Kamsby Henrietta Brookfild. al quarter roundp nlch te ,umclent for
Cecilia M Bogardu was appointed to a demonstrnton of how hot water and
promote this matter A reception tmMlone nhoDbate cleans, stimulates
and freshens the liver, keeping you
feeling Ot day In and day out. AdT.
muni i-i injuu-i niii -- i
At the Theaters
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in L- iA--. x .Ji
The llelli-r (Vie whuh will he
set n for the lnt nine at lie I Iberiy
tonlglit pleu''d u MR iid'-ne ye
ttrdnv at it inula! howius in Kliini
nth Fall" Tin- picture opffd ' an
Francisco on .May 1st and Is nll be
ing huwn as v.terdii lv inner
'i in ),, an'it --ien' nonces It
deal with the futinv lde of life ill
the front nnd l a welcome nllef
from the usual war play, which, at
beit. nre nlway more or les sal. The
fp.Timices of Old Hill nnd hi bun-
t!ur llg Ihe Kreai Wlrld war I
whit innke the plruiro nud there I
mi doubt that the pitrfiasof tho Mb
rtv will be wll satlfle with their
"Ilv uinK WiWhmH lrliUll)r.l rll"
k .Vi.iii lite Iti HI Hit ll'hiM ""'
et d.irfiurt. lhmwetiinel ili lieubir
my liwr.lt-io llil !U '"d l'')',"'
I rent J)
?cMAHXNrrr.r.tt tiAiit tonic
fat jtt ' m'Jrt
STAR DRUG CO.
YOUR ELECTRIC SWEEPER
Will bi' with you nearly a. Ions at jn,u i ,. i vf
and should be purchased with the .simc can ami t
Will be a source of satisfaction through tin- i-ai.s u,
come. No need to apologize either on account of ap.
pearance or performance.
Free Demonstration Any Time.
Link River Electric Co.
The time I getting shorter evirv
dav for u to do wbnt should I"
done before th Klks K"t here on
August 14 15 und 1C What nr v( u
si iiscituu. Foit thi: hkhai.h
Louise Humphrey. lone Terill'ger
Hattle Garrett. Una .Martin and Jiar
garet Fleet was also appointed
WILSON REFUSES TEXT
OF TREATY TO SENATE
STRIKE CALLED OFF
SPRINOF1KLD. III.. June 1".
The general strike order for the clec-
WASHINGTON. June 1 '. PresI-. trical workers was cancelled yester
flent Wilson, responding to the sen-' day but the workers In Los Angeles
ate resolution asking for the text and other California cities went out
ol the treaty, advised the senate today, due to the slowness In trans
through the state department, that, ralsion of the cancellation order the
lie did not consider it com pa tble officials stated.
with public interest to transii.lt the
test of the treaty at th's time. b- The greate' mineral water In
.. . . ,..- . ,v. . America at me noi aprmg um
any delicate points sti'l tinder n-'-cotiation.
VIENNA RIOTERS SHOT i
DOWN BY SOLDlEKb
COPENHAGEN. June r When
aht thousand. "Vienna rioters at
tempted to obtain the release of com
munist leaders arrested last Satur
day, eight persons were killed and
fdxty-six injured in the rioting that
Kisned the soldiers firing Into the
Wednesday & SMurday
r.S-K-CJKIt I'UVNKS TO
AMKKICA AKK IM.WM.'U. ,
j.O"0N. June IS Fare to Am-r-ira
iiv air 4 cents a mile This is i
tne Vkkers company s predicted pric
lor a transatlantic trip In the new g'
.En. n. jirship. now practically coir
pted n the firms Harrow yards.
nr.it of which the trials are being
(ondu-'ted The Teceel which Is of
l.j 1j u Tt improved type, will have a
cubic capacity of over 1.20't in ffe'
snd Is designed " put "' nan
'i;es to America in 4S hours. Trie
average sped for the trip will be 7"
mllei pir hour, and the fare should
-vfi-V it ahoiit 4 rents a mil" or $2'"
Vickers are aleo building a numb - '
airships for sporting purposes, In
lii(l.ng African big-gamf hunt-
WITH A PAIR
j A Sidney Xtrevi Comedy
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IIIiip Hlnl rrrncnt
"TIIK MIMJOMIIti: PlltATI'
Ijjoiis A Mor.in Comedy
Universal Current I'eiit-.
AflmlsHlon 10 it 15 reul Matinee
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MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUEHIJAYH AND HATUIU1AYH
We want to bring to your attention
these facts about Firestene:
Frrt to build truck tlrem . JTv.
First to build the channel type of truck tire '
First to build removable truck tires ,' &
First to build the cup cushion truck tire ' .'
First to build a complete line of tires for all commercial vehiclra .. q
First to build a successful slant truck tire
First with a practical, efficient giant cord tlra equipment, indud.
tag demountable rims
First to establish S00 dealers with hydraulic press and service
facilities in leading dties throughout the United States.
The only manufacturer that makes the tire and rim complete.
nccrIT Over half the truck Tonnage ol
RESULT : ftmTrlca u crried on Firestone nre.
Our truck-ttre service-in completeness, speed and dependability
also ranks FIKST. We watch your truck tires, help you get
the most miles of scrvics. surest the correct tire for yo'ir
trucking when a change is rehired and make the change wttn
least delay. See us.
D. A. KENYON
Plum and Sixth Street
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This is the new mileage adjustment you get with
Saturday June 21, 1919
M. Dobry Orcheetra
of Klamath Falls was "Up
one peion in live numiifn
Just a few years ago the City
nirninct it " PrM'hnns thPl'C WUSll't (
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knew it, but, nevertheless, it was a laci.
The situation was critical, the future of the City hung in
the balance. Few realized, busy in their everyday affairs, that
the Queen City of Southern Oregon, standing as she does on the
banks of a great river and touching with her boundaries two greal
lakes, was famished for water.
There was "Water, water everywhere, but not a dron to
drink ;" it was starvation in a land of plenty, for the water of these
big lakes and in the river was tule soaked and germ contained.
The only available supply was being pumped from an open
.spring into distributing reservoirs, but the quality was questioned
and the supply inadequate. n,wi..
Something had to be done ; something was done ! And toci.i
the City of Klamath Falls is possessed, of an abundant sup
ply of the purest artesian water in the world.
Three 12-inch wells were driled through hard rock, one to n
depth of 78 feet, one to BO feet and one to 1(50 feet, from winch
pure, cold, clear water gushed. These wells were cased, capped
and sealed, and it is from these rock covered strata that the watei
used in the City today is being pumped water free from con
tamination of any kind, for it does not see the light of day until
it pours into the reservoir, and then only until it again runs away
into the mains to serve you at the faucet.
California-Oregon Power Company
Everybody Is Invited
23 MAIN ST,