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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mil ItllW, MM .,
PUBLIC M0WT0LO H ;": REBUILOING OF
AITHOKITIKS ov nov
what this Mi:im ink kkai.ia
io n.n b ll nlo tend to li"n ih
i n-lWIII. of lli- vtomai li i I "
m.i rellcie gastric pain '
file I'nited Stairs i,nii.n
make tin follouliiR rutnim in
Ktirdlnc another ItiRretllent It ma.
.irT li,. n,.,i in nil caien of pnr ilituhii
In a recent Issue of thl paper an
nouncement was made that Tanlftt
flow hm the largest sah of nnv medi
cine of Its kind In the nerld, and
tht more than twelve million Imt-
tl.w had been sold during the
1 1 I li i 1 1 1 imi m
. I..I rwimi.t ruction mum nun t" '
i ihliHluul In tli" Miieintiieiit In Hie
i.iIim pniilu lniiltli it i vim hhI. I the
tilllilltiR of the riiluiliiil t anal MOM
Ion n iliti milk In i iimpiii Imm to
the tank of eiatlliiilliiK Mil" 'li tlloMlM
I lit' tuliei. iiIohIh piolil in when
nilnml tu Mm low out lei inn tie mild
mi mm tile Berni of tiilioti nlnl on
tin i in- linilil niul tile now Inn n tmlii
en hi Ktlni liinmum li n no hnliy
i mi lioin with tuliereuloKl. If Urn
tho two roultl he Kept alian ill
mi ill not vii iny luboreuloils prob
lem Hi l.luld eilliliatili'il the in oil nf ii
ill Mlon of fiibeti iilosia tn ilie I nit
of the digestive ovgnn or ulieie n
enteral toule imp rots Inn Is n.iuiied
Dspopln. tonli Rout listeria, uud
Intermittent fi-ver nre ainoiic the
main affection In w liloh It Iiiim imn-
en useful " near tuture when- soldiers siiftortiiK e(l States ptihllo lienlth him lee I III
There ore eortnln other InKredlenU from tu here u lost win ikIu their ho mi Id would poimlt of i o opeimu-
il, ..n-rlli.u! in thi. liimuiiiMiitiirv nml in li.uitih mill at the Mime time work lit eorielntlnn of the nctivlllei of nil
paM other Mtnndard iioillenl text lioofcs n llpht I miles to fit tliotneloii for .i 1'Oille nud ilepai ttiiouU of the yo
havinir n beneficial iiptlnn noon Mil. full r..lnrn Io liidttHIl l.il life mild t ol ernilieut t'llKilKod III tllheu uliMln
DON'T FORGET THE CHICKEN DINNI'R
Special Attention Given to Fiuinlics
L. E. CHERRY, Prop.
Them are uniiu.il flKurei. and the orcans nr ...rretion. ulum nrmuir in..i Kxt .N'lrholK t'nmiiinitdaiit of work
question naturally arises In the nund tlon of the liloml streams iwniiiii- the fnlttsj Slate Armv tionoinl llo
of the reader why this plunomenul itnti o ft ho blood streams paxsliiK pltnl No 1G at .Vow ltan. rutin In
success and why has tht iirop.ii.itiou thru them In thl miuiner otijeeilou- mi .lilrs it the annual ineetliit; 't
so fare out-stripped all other medl- nble nnd poImououm liiRredloMs of the the National TuheriillosU muirin
cine of Its kind U is only natural hlood are removed and tho entire tlon todsv
therefore that the manufacturer-! system Im Invigorated nml vltualln d Dti io lieinit roimidered he nii
should offer some explanation to sat- Taulac was deslRnod prlmnrtt. for 'Mis i part of I'ncle Sum plan fm
isf- public Interest the i-orroctlon of di-onlers of thi Vo. atlonnl rv-ediuailon which mmv
Iu tho first place. Tanlac ti mar-u- stomach llier and bowvl At the Hie unniiitlie baa for lu puriHwn ib
factured In one of the larget and nmc iluio howeier. it is a powerful fltilnn of mm dl-ahbil bv the war
most modernly equipped laboratories rrconatructho tonir and JhhIv bnllil- for ne pttaitlon- in civil life
In tbl. countrt It formili i na"1 or. for it naturallv follows that anv The iloa of ! lal cnniuunlMi m f.u
ly ethical and compile with all na- medicine i hat hring aMiiit proper a, iheae mm ami their f.imill.i hai.
tionnl and state pure food and ilmc elimjnatlon of the it ;.-, inc't bw alati .1 i aptmu K
laws AltOKvther there are ten lnre- elimination o fth i.nte products Waush of tin In'-.d fiati - rt-n
dients 'n Tanlac. each of which i of must therefore hate a far n-arhinc Mmt..-. i"t.ii .nul would i f .r i.
TO POSTAL STRIKERS
I'lllt' tit Jlllii ' 1 he I'ontal
IVIecuiph iomiati ha mmimiI out n
liotlie tu the Milkers that Ihi-i would
hi' pertnlliid to return ulttt ion
ttnulti of erlri" of. to nud Includ
Inc June 20th.
recipniied therapeutic value.
Manv of thee inpredienti
boeii ndivlduallv Vnown and
fliifi' ' tvlluatlon flmt N rm
Fome of theta hate he.-n n 1 -- '
prescribed by leading phinciin
ewri w here, bnt until th-v
ai.d most beneficial effivt upon the
llho Tanlac' cl.ilni for suprem
at .ire abuminn h upt"r'i! ti thi
or!ds leadlnr atiihornitM u thr
people theniseln-H ho h.ivi' reallv
a i.l rui
piirpuv. uf ImiiIk, in ovt-r till'
t ii - in.Kei nun ti'.iimin
r t urti u .mlitM'rs
riifi-i town -,iitl t nli nul i h
nV in idi be IocmImI upon land in
thi national forl Thm nould
wen? made Tanlai what It Is Millions ud- twrmit of th. ..ttli uu of attractive
broupht tofiether in proper propo--- o millions have nsed if and have ind heaJ'hftil am. I ,.rkii lull
tlon and association a in " Tanl..- told other millions what It has dor trl.s for the pati.nts and afford un
That is hv Tanlac has lw- opportu'ilti lor thm io retain pr
iVRa I .
na a. b
Make ) mii
rd . f-
lormuia numanity bad not
fore realized their full value
In referring to one of the more 'm
portant Ingredients of Tan'a-. the
Encyclopedia Dritnnica sas 'It has
long been the source of tb most val
uable tonic medicines that have pr
been discovered " In refeTinr to
others of the general tonic dross
contained In Tanlac the 13tU Edition
of Potter's Therapetitirs. a stnnda.-d
medical txt book states that "'hoy
Impart general tone and strength to
the entire system, including all or
jrans and tissues "
This same well-Vnown authoritr In
describing thi physiological action of
mill another of the ingredients of
Tanlac which Is of value In treating
what ts commonly known as ' a run
down condition" uses the following
expression- "It Is highly esteemed in
loss of appetite during convaIescens
from acute disease
The'o are certain othe- ot-int In
Tanlac which because of their influ
ence unin the apr"tne dicstion. na
ulin'latton and elimination Improve
tho nutrition and vital activity of all
the tissues and organs of tho body,
and produce that tate of general
tonicity which Is called health
In discussing another Ingredient
the Enclyclopedla Hritanica says- "It
Is one of the most efficient of that
class of substances which act upon
the stomach so as to Invigorate di
gestlon and therebv increase the gen
ral nutrition. It Is used In dyspepsia,
chlorosis, anemia and various other
diseases In which the action of stom
ach and allmntary canal Is deficient"
foncernlnr atill another Ingredient
thin same standard authority says
"It causes dilation of the gastric
blood vesels, Increases secretion of
come tho real enation of the tlrur
trade In this countrv and tha' Is alo
why It la the most widelv talked-of
medicine In the world today
Tanlac Is sold la Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co . and in Lorella b
t he James Merc Co Adv
Thv tlm is gettiir hr- - . . -ti'i
fur von ! do what should t
lone befori- the K!ks p. (.., (ll
A'lgiist n 1., nd 16 What ar.
TRSCRirtK ri.n "i
nuitii'tit control of lutul holdlnca tit
ter 'hi y were cured
' So matter where thesfl towns Were
loratid prop r medical supervlnlon
Mould be necemari he said ' but
wh'rea. mediiai treatment has first
place in sanatorium rare of sufferers
from tuberculosis productive indus
try would take priTodencv in the pro
pOKod reconstruction towns These
comuiiuiilieti would reqiiir financial
assistance at first but might cr.ntu
allv l-cotiie Holf-Hiipporting '
surgeon II J Llod. of the Tutted,
YOUR ELEOT1C SWEEPER
Vill be itli you neaih a.s long a your homi' ltMclf,
and should be purchased with the same care and consideration.
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'hi. js tho now milongo ndjiLstincnt u 1 yi
23 MAIN ST.
in fuooF oi M;;ur
'wi ff . all prominent u t. otj i
J3 rg pa r1wr rtf a i !r tCt n,
Ale; 3bgu. proof Of I ( rnrit
Ol (,t Mi N J P
n r irjlrr l tnti i it.! i it' nJ c
Will be a source of satisfaction through the years to
come. No need to apologize either on account of ap
pearance or performance.
Free Demonstration Any Time.
Link River Electric Co.
(Whole sain ii n d Keiail for
Klamath uniiii) i
And All Oarage and Hnrd-
If rifnUr r-ai net h ippU. u rl .llri-rt
rlititi' Mlt - in t ,' i
r(- fiFiJCSij j"ai-, ' i
.w.7 .zr sjmsi z .
The New Vi H.P. "ZM Enftine
successfully uses KEROSENE
nprJI IfK tu much Io ml. t.t every inraitr in il
iirtiiiciii.ut. Ikthiik' biIi i i ii ' tlon nnllv - r !. i-rn-.sU
sis comjiK'lw n line of hCjih-s 1J i 11 I3 t- ii
ll, I . oil ol wlticli succiasfully run oil
"also run on Diitiliau, C-al Od, Tofs rr Cln- ' n
I'llS lf4r "Vj ' Ctljllll9 nlVVJ lle SUCinw-lni' i -
Aerowne now tho new I ' j I I. r wulm.l.i- - H . i
r.mLtinvl itio most irortiraI r.ial t-ltwimil nivi'' In '
C'tturinJ. But Von ennuot I, now ids ' ft t iiailmu I'
ll. Conn in nml too it. Let m tell youuliy n- u J 1
rpuition tu tJ ulof i'airlmnLg, Morw & Co li.
i. ' j to you,
'Untitling (?strii Built-in Oiitllu: i ; ,J..m o
I'm.. -1'6 M 1 S"l '" J M i' Slow
0 1 1. 1'. il "y oo 1 uL.1 -in
G. C. LORENZ, 123 N. SIXTH
. i r
Let Us Clean
, That Car
We'll do It right and while
we are doing that wo will
take a look at the works and
see that they are O. K.
Full line of Accessories at
Lexington Cars tho car
with the double manifold
od increased horse power.
H. W. FREE
127 Sixth Street
The rush for Memorial Day being over, I now have
time to devote to any SPECIAL ORDERS you may
care to place.
You are invited to visit my rfop .'and inspect the j
wide variety of designs.
Geo. D. Grizzle
1014 MAIN ST.
Y - . !
VV xTL M. JQiJA.
Just a few years ago the City of Klamath Falls was "Up
against it." Perhaps there wasn't one person in five hundred
knew it, but, nevertheless, it was a fact.
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 great
lakes, was famished for water.
There -was "Water, water everywhere, but not a drop 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.
Something had to be done ; something was done ! And today
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 a
depth of 78 feet, one to 80 feet and one to 160 feet, from which
pure," cbld,f clear water gushed. Thesq wells were cased, capped
and sealed, and it is from these rpek covered strata that the water
used in the City today is being pumped water free from con
tamination pf any kind, for it does not see the light of day until
it'pours into the reservoir, and then only until jt again runs away
into the mains to serve you at the faucet.
California-Oregon Power Company
CHICKEN FEED. ALL SIZES GRIT. OYSTER
SHELL. SCRATCH FEED. CRACKED CORN.
EGG MASH. CHARCOAL. BONE, AND LICE
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St