The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 23, 1919, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THE EVENING HFRALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORFGON
M..NI.U, UN, ..,
The Evening Herald
K. J. M C It It A
KIHTOH
Published dully except Sundut t
The Herald I'uhltshliii; i'nuimn of
Klamath Knllc al 115 Fourth street
Kntnred at the poinmVn t Klnm
ath Kails. Ore . for trarnmNslon thru
Ihc mulls no second-clas matter
Subscription terms by mall to any
address In the I'nlted State:
Ore yar .... IB 00
One month . . 60
Member of tin- A-MH-latoO l'r.
The Associated Pre l eclushel
entitled to the ue for republication
ol all news itlspatrho credited to it
or not others lso crediiid In till? p.i
lr, and also local ni'i published
terein
All lights of republication of spe
cial dispatches nerein are alto ro
wrTed MONDAY, JrM: S.t. IlltU.
'oitor Jir:"
One of the o-'tired ' advanced
'hurche In New York Ctiv ha- ri
olvil to abolish all leicitine u
"sect, cIbms. natiot. or i.ice." anil
liae a new new bond of union to be
lFtud bv all it member To ito
this it ileetiiM it necesaty to adopt
ft new statement of purpose., from
anion mention of Chri-t anil Chris
tianity !: omitted. Public announce-mt-nt
i aecordincly made that this
church ha "dropped JeMis'"
So the world moe on from the
time that the Maier preuoliod on
hotes of Galilee, miraculously fed
the multitudes when t.iey were weary
and fai from home and ent them on
their way rejoieinp They did not
"drop Jeu "
Are we forpetttnc 'he Orea'
Teacher, the inspired Man. not of
mystery, but of Wisdom the Savior
Who touched the eye of the blind
and made them see; Who spoke at
the tomb and bade Lazarus "come
forth" Who pae to Humanity
throuch Hlfc .sacrifice on the cro its
onlv hope of salvation'
In those days of the living Christ,
the enmmon people heard Him glad
ly. They did not "drop Jeu." At
Cclvarv. after a night of anpulsh.
when He was nailed to the cros, th
-reeplnc women who had come to
love Him as Lord and Master did not
"dron Jesus." but the disciple who
"betrayed Him did. and went out and
harrp1 himself.
The "advanced" church In New
York might tell u whether it had
rather follow the weeping women and
h beloied disciples or stand with
the be'rayer and the clamorous mob
that "dropped Jesus" to acclaim Bar--abas.'tbe
murderer.
Wp pre In the midst of the world's
upbepval, but we are not readv n
pill r'own the golden cros of the
Crusaders and holt the red rag of
the anarchist. Not yet!
"Oh cos that liftest up my head
I dare not ask to fly from thee "
Leslie's Weekly
Tolivet the 'tar In "Lint We "ore .
which was shown hero in Mn. t'lii
the lending p.irt in this picture ni'd
her leitp from the erv top 'f ' hlUi
fm-torv i hlmnex is otto of t'l," ih-ili-inc
momenti nho leapi lino l.e
net and ncttintlv broke hnr lee in do
ing i nil to tnake i iileture On1"
V few people xttll lielliMe thnt all
theo thrilling cene ore faked
perhnjw n broken leg would dlnhin-
their uitiiiW on thl icore
The stealing of the rhlld b I'el.' "
the wonderful mau-llk-e clilmpHii.'oe
and hl climb up the Ide of the
biillillng and then to the top of t
3"i vtnek I alono worth the price of
ndmilon
Of course a first ela llnnll
I loxil comedv is shown right after
the feature picture ax well a a fat he
traxelogue showing plciuresiiue Kniv
land In n.itural eotopt VII told th! ti
one of the best blll yet hown nt the
I.lbertx The entire program will 'ie
shown again th( evening.
RECIPE TO M
II
'should nbsorh onl.x nourishment I"
sustain the lnih
It Is the fiittitinn of the kulx'a to
lllter Impurit'es fiom Hie blowl ami
cast them out In the form ot urine
but in iiinin intinre the bowel i"
to more tox'ns and leipiir ttet tli m
tl.i k'tlt'O-" e.ui eliminate then l'e
t,,- od Uiin Mii sH it pon n i tho 'rf
bent moans of i;ettlni; rid of thee Im
purities, whlrh often bre.ik on' ail
oxoi the tkin In the form of pluipli"
Thr surest wax to clenr the klt of
these eruptions, snxi u noted ntithor
Itx. Is to gel from mix jthiinn.iev
about four ounces of J 'id ikilt.i and
take a tablespoouftil In ti gl.isi u hot
water each morning beforo breaUlnst
for one week This will prevent the
formation of toxins In the bowels It
alo stimulates the kidnexs to nortml
actlxlty. thus coaxing thorn to lllter
the skin of pimples
Jad Salt s inexpensixe. harmless,
and I' made trim the ni"d of g'apes
and lemon Julre. combined with
llthln. Here ou haxe n pleasant, ef
ferxescent drlnl: wl,. 'i usually makes
pimple disappear, cleanse the blood
and I excellent for the kidney nx
wel' Ailv
An Inside Bath
Makes You Look
and Feci Fresh
Says n d1"" ' ,10' w-'lcr vv,t,,
phosphate before breakfast
keeps Hlneti away.
This c ncrlient, common sens
health measure belnj
adopted by millions.
mi umtiil tongue, iirtnl v lnlo or hno tt una win i.im VM
1' . I ..tt . mlitiiliil. I not t fit ill in. .i .
il II, ni i i'in n ". - - ' ' ' '
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mill .1 llllll tl Ollll'l " 'e pmumi mil.' iiiinmin Uion (
in lull, mm allaiU ' eotullplilloil "Mil liiiiiliini; ,,
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I'lmple.s. ore and boils us'in'lx
rpstllt from 'oxln polsi ns am; I"..
purltles whiih lire generated in Hie
owels and then absorbe I into the
it.t k rtM v.v.vreivri:
' T l'e-kttu Um? furniture nnn
hi. ju- n turned (r'ro Vnnrouv',
W.islnston where he illrposiml Of his
fnrntture bus'ues which he ha np
r !' thre fur sortie I'rao previous
to Ms eu n ,,n e of tie PrttnUnn
siine here Hi expect to devote ad
Ms line tn huldinr up his business
In Klamath Kull 'rum this t me ei
"BIG BILL" EDWARDS, VOTED A REGULAR
FELLOW BY BOY SCOUTS, HELPS THEM OUT
.'hisW-liui the world oxer rmiiu
mend tho Inside bath, claiming this Is
of xastlx more lutportiuiop tban out
side i leiillllliess, bmailti' the skill
pons do u't ahsolb linpurltirs Into
the blood )auslng 111 henlth, while the
potes in the ten ) arils of bow Hi do
Men nlid women are urgid to drink
ouh ti.ornitig, before breakfast, a
glass of lint water with n Haspoonful
of lliueitnte phosphate In It. as a
harmless tucatis of helping to wash
from the stuiitnrh. llxer. kldne)s and
tiowrls the prexloui da s ludlgrstlblv
material, poison, sour Idle and tox
ins, thus c'.tvitislliK. wetelilig and
purtfxlng the entire allmintnrx canal
before putting mere rood Into the
s'omaih
JUSt a aP anil hot wnler ilenlise
and froheti tho kkln. o hot water
and 1 tuestoue hosptmie art on the
ellmlnntlve organ
Tin se I . gel up w ith a bad breath
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IS A SYMBOL OF STRENGTH
Iron is iNuu-tfy U invigoratt'.s and i;ics
.strength with which wc may meet anj task.
Tailor kis-' with weakness, and a ruddy
glow with strength. The hue of health is i'ik
lo the proper number of red corpuscles in
the blood. It is iron that gives thc-u' i-.U
their color.
NYAL'S IRON TONIC
will provide you with the rich, red, imr.
laden blood which you need to make m..i
well. Take il now and throw off that tn d
feeling. Price $1.00.
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At the Theatres
"Th Masque of Life", the big
picture feature shown at the Liberty
"heotr yesterday, proved to be one
-f tbe Mggest film enat'ins v"-r
hown ut this popular thea're Rita
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Metropolitan Amusements
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William H Edwards, collector ofi"HlB Mill" is helping the scouts this
Internal revenue in New York, and '"' '" hllr ,,rlvo ,0 et ono million
r, , now memherH lie Ih seen hern with
famous some years ago as a Prince- ... ....
a group of Hoy Scouts of Atnrlca in
ton football player, Is a regular fe'.- C,nra 1ark wh0 rPheara,nK thpm
low Any Roy Scout will tell you for one of the "stunts" that will bo
that. Also that that Is the reason a feature of the k'i pageant.
HOUSTON'S
OPERA HOUSE
DA.NCI.NO
Wednesday A: Saturday
Night.
JAZZ .IIL'SIC.
STAR THEATER
r-TODAY
Golduyn J'rc-ent
KICX HKACUKS' Funionn oel of,
Tlie IJIb Out Door".
"LAUGHING niLL nVDE"
Trent enilou. Dniui.i of
Iteilemption '
A!m
A Two Heel lB V. Comedy
Muzz and Jail Ilirds"
TEMPLE THEATER
TODAY
Triangle, Presents
"T1IB STAINLESS IJARIiIER"
With an AU-KUir Cast
Also
I'atJie News iind A l.unly Ccjmiily.
Admission 10 & IS cent Matinee
2.30. EeniiiB 7:30 & 0.
THE VAUGHAN
THE ORIGINAL DRAG SAW MACHINE
Tf you have wood to cut or wish io opernto light manhlncry
aronnd the farm, you need one of theso machines.
Ask your dealer for Information, or write tho
VAUGHAN MOTOR WORKS, INC.,
475 E. Main St. Portland, Ore.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
MOTION I'lCTUIlES
'J'M.HUA.YH AND HATUJWAYB
Merrill. Oreiron
AUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919
Two miles from Klamath FallH postofneo, on ShlpplnRton
paved road, I will offer for salo my herd of cholco dairy
stock tho result of several years curuful breodlnu and wnod
ing out, and tho equal of any In tho county. Comprised of
cows, hulls, heifers, steers and calves (,'aloro. Also Iiors, '
breeders and porkers; ono largo Imy KoWlnB, dairy machlriory,
steam boiler, kottlo, stoves, cans, etc.; hay rack, hob-sKids,
grlndstono, etc. , , . '
All suras under J20, cash; all sums over $20, bankable
notes, flvo months, at 8 per cent ,
Kivo per cent discount for cash on sums over -0. '
FREE LUNCH
F. C. DeCHAINE, Owner
r G. MEIUULL, Auctioneer.
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ITS A POOR DOCTOR
Who Wont Take His Own Medicine
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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
THERE 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 modem 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 once, instead of only one person, and do it in h
businesslike manner.
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 want7
USE HERALD WANT ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING
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