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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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pin of the ll II Well II '" "K III"
susp. i(iii of all luisim-m in ili" lii
ne seiiloit whenever II 'iimi M
Most of llioe who priielleed I'll "
noyiiiKo Iiiivo miUMKxI. Inn Hi")' !
bo nt II (iksIii U Hi" outlii'iiii" I" in"
eiiforee.l rlKliliv ThriK Is n eeu-.o
for tho opoiilttt; iif ilio ihiiiii in Hi"
ell lliitllii ei'hor iliv or iiIkIH mill
the polUv should iop I' "K'1' "'"W
Sufficient VMimlllR lm I" -'l km
to nil nw iters mid if Hiev time the
iiumltiKiUoil nervo to Ignore tho
lights uf tho peupie ol lu.i ell) nun
.I. l, the illv otilllliilieos, llieil I Inn
should ho prosneuteil Tho lino of the
cut out within the eliv limits mum
he si.. lipid Tho f cast n'elorU linlloi
111.1I r who opornto his enr In ihe
west end of I lie rl Is still oil llu
J.ili mill the ntletillon of the poll'e Is
spocliilly illrm I ml In It 1 111
SPLENDID SPOUT IS THE LURE OF THE LAUKKNTIAS
KILLED BY l-FDERALS
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Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
Tell why everyone should drink
hot water raeh morning
ivor du. liable
- .Of k-vift DiKi"!
A Splondid "Trout Stream
Here is sonieth n d r v..
R'hcrmen. Lnke Duninuehel is u J..nl..l le
lnil nf rod trout th.it vnii nn .-.nti-h . NomimtlEUe.
l?hcm as fast i you can t-ait and
phis U-vke Dc-c
iT;:!c3 north '':
. - i..- ..n I .ims 1 ri.ru-.us, Superior. Qucnouilld
- :.t..: etui ui riaii-hc. .ill uithin a six nine
soMe fom miles Inilius nf l PniKlin lnsilrts full
. ' cnillh ft rh.t t.l fifn.T .tit.... Inr tv rr..tc
llll fwl.,tl nn.l Klirttlm. . Itll t,. . 1h.. ' nl.v...nna n.nl. I trltl1t
Jnrow in yor line. And wlicrt, n,lca -nj Catmdian. Ilur lic .N'omiti- ti'rmr.l tin. I)..it;ili!,. Mnnntnlns for
chtfl? It Is three mjnic, near the .'atioti 's !uniou ' i'mtiu-. r 'esta an well in sportimcn.
1 Hit Lauricr. whlchlfor Dike. Tn revi.nl tilke of ljt There are nleasuri. nml nrrummorfiu
Ij; lue ?nd 01 1. railway runningi year c died & i.oumls i'lentv '
ml of '.ontr!a! 160 miles northwest, trout are to he fount! here tm l.akv
etc Zte Lauvntian Mountains. 1 Piu IX iml l.co KII. in the clol
Ahirxlly, the waters at the end of,, houte district, te've r.i les from the
yt Nttte w. back from th? r!- milway lines, art rij:'d for speckled
my. vttlJ tte tter fishmt: inis ' tnui. Tt'-i.- n-r n ,'htior little
a.rTv;ariy tn. 1 about Mont Ix .r 'Ij dcr h'tr is i-.II of red and cre
iar. ij; (Vri iMi a, eeven miles m u 1 -vjt.
f Omt oatat t beautiful lLeet .', Lake Ou .tut t-vn ami one-half
Mkr wttt fc-Ttr mil (bore lin.iir.les from S'-. Jov'ite st.ition lor I nianil n little luxurv nlnni? with mm.
par. iw r.ty svui 9ttj UUnds, kit -uhc! rood red trout (Whim;, while fort and sood service that too. Is to
Jtem-' 'i' by sm atatnt. U foil of Square Lake, a mnll siieet of water le had 111 the more pretentious hor
1(J tro.t ;- m h r ths from 1 close to St. Faustin station, is liter telries V. Ste Marguerite. Val Mori
Mont Laui:r tn jwt jmrft oy'ally chockfull of trout. Ftskmc mrrc Ste. Jcvite.
posal of miners to aid them In solv- BLOCKADE MAY BE
t jii to suit eery taste. Should VPU
want tn ro.ih it. there arc cabin
hntvls nml remote enmps where you
ma live like a wiHidsman: should
ou UesiA to take vour family into
the hills for n summer of healthful
rntini'. there are for our choosine
romfurtalile cottnee. boardint;
vmues and hotels Should you de.
MAYOR nTISL'HI.K AXXOl'.VlRS
THAT HE IS GOING TO EX.
FOItCH THE OKIUXAXCK
1VITHOT KK.lIt OK TAVOK
Idk their problems.
War conilitlons'did much to quick
en minlnK in practically all metals
used In the production of ammuni
tion and war munitions, thus stimu
!atlni; an Interest In the iVrelopiiunt
of the :tates resources In many min
erals which heretofore, have been
more or le!-s dormant or neglected
The aid of tho bureau will he ac
corded not only to the sold mlnlni;
interests, but also to tho producers
of the various otTier"metals.
I'AIIIS. June 2 - The Supreme
h lock. id council nu't today to iKclilc
when the blockade on Germany ahull
bo lifted It Is believed the C'ciunell
will decide to lift tile him Kudo upon
tho slKninK Ol (Tie Treaty uf 1'e.irn.
Mayor Struble has taken up the HOLSTEIN BRINGS
fight against the we?ds that Infest A BIG PRICE
the city and he states that beginning I
Just Itemember this The dates for
tho KlkH' Convention are August II,
15 and 1G Get tvady
LIFT OFF CORNS!
I 1 mnu snu m'uhim lin'f mi
lime feillnB nerous, !-1 n.li n'
i tried, snme dn tieuUili. ! 1
Hid iilinli'liK. IMi.liedtv iim.Ii 1 . 1
,illltllte I htr llltleM
If ur u. Id nil liimn. " lu.l.!. In"
I'HT lul s KrullfMitc itiittHn in 1
iak plJie IqleU ir tl i-.i .. . '
half-sub, nnaomlr InokliiK il i ii
iaty. muddy complexion r l 0,11.1
ep irowdt of happy, henlthx io)
ibtekod poople OYorywflOf The ira
n Is that tho human )ttem ilo not
rid Itself each day of nil the. waste
which It accumulates under our pres
ent mode of nunc For onri mitue
of food mid drink Inketi Into the v
tern luuirlj nil ounce of wntlr uiaterliil
must he currlnl out. else It fo. tunits
and forms itotitnlnillke pniimiM
which are absorbed Into the bl ml
' Just as !)-("snr lis It la lo ileuli
the ashes from the furnace each dny
before the fire will burn brlKht mid
hot. to we must each mnrtiiiiK clear
the Inside organs of the preluii day
acruniulatlon of IndlKestlble waste
and body toxins. Men and onion,
whether sick or well, are utilised to
'drink ench morning, before breakfast,
'a glass of real hot water with n tea
spuonful of llmestonn ihiiplia!)i In It,
as n hariulers means of washing out
of tlo stomach. Iher, kidneys mid
bowels the Indigestible material,
waste, sour bllu mid toxins, thus
cleaning, sweetening and purlhlng
tho entire alimentary canal before
putting more food Into the stomarh
Millions of people who hnd their
turn at- constipation, bilious attacks
acid stomal h. nerous da) and slrep
( less nlrlits hae become real cranks
about the morning Inside bath A
quarter round of limestone phosphnto
.will not cost much at the drug store.
'but is sultlrlent to demonstrate to any
iotio Us cleansing, sweetening and
I freshening effect upon the s) stern -Ad
this week he will enforce the ordi
nance relitfng to tills nuisance with
out fear or favor He says "The
time is at band -Alien the city must
get ready to welcome its visitors who
will be here from all over the Tnlted
States during August, both for the
Elks Convention and the Editorial
A Holsteln bull owned by M. L.
1 Enrlght of Grand Forks, Minn.,
was purchased back by the '
original owner In partnership with
the Papst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
for the enormous sum of $65,000.00. !
The sale of this animal establishes a
new record In the sale of blooded ',
Apply lew drops then lift sofc,
touchy corns off with
fingers No pain!
Association. The people here should .cattle for the northwest. The world's'
know that we hare an ordinance pro
viding for the destruction of weeds,
and if they didn t know it before,
they know ft now Well, that ordi-'
nance is going to be enforced from
this week on Thp police are" gutng
to visit every section of the city and
arrest the owner of every piece of '
property where the weeds hav not
been defeiroyed In the case of non
residents, they will be cut and the
cost assessed against the property
Hut one thing that can he marked
right down as going to happen in
thls Klamath Falls lt going to he j
cleaned of Weeds"
' Good' And the sooner that ulti
matum is enforced the better it will
suit every resident who takes any
pride in the appearance of his property.
topnotch price was reached In Mil
wuakee. Wis , several months ago 1
when a bull brought $105,000 00.
Ilesldes the sale of the bull Mr En-'
right disposed of 17 females at $1,-1
000 each to J H Irwin, of Mlnnea-'
Mr Enright was In Klamath Falls
last January visiting his brother and'
family, Mr J H Enrlght, who are
residents here Another brother,
who Hi es at San Jose, has bought
several hundred acres In the valley.
Costs few cents! Drop a little
Frcezone on that touchy corn, In
stantly that corn Btops hurting, then
ou lift it right out with tho flngers. I
Why wait? Vour druggist sells n
tiny bottle of Frcezono for a few
List our property with us, Wo
hustlP to find the buyer when tho
price Is right Call at our office at ce"l. sulllclent to rid your feet of
633 Main St , or Phono 06 Chllcoto ovcry hard corn, Eoft corn, or corn
& Smlth- 17tf between tho toes, und calluscB, with
out soreness or Irritation. Frcez
ono Is tho much talked of discovery
1 of tho Cincinnati genius.
The Most I'p-to-Pate Market
In Vour City.
Wo aro now located in tho
east sldo of tho Klamath De
partment Store and are open
Nice Juicy Cuts of Klamath
For Vour Sunday Dinner
Phone Your Orders
moxE no. sua
AID GOLD MINING
SAN FHANCISCO, June 2 '.Gold
mining in California, which passed
through hard days during the war,
owing to the greater cost of produc
tion and the fact that tbis ore did not
experience the advanced prices offer
ed for other metals, will be aided in
very possible way by the California
State Mining Bureau to recuperate.
Permanent headquarters will be
established tor field assistants at Au.
burn, Placer County, and at Redding,
Shasta County. All tbe facilities of
the bureau will be placed at the dis-
Get a 10 cent package of Dr.
James' Headache Powderi
and don't luffer.
When your head aches you simply 1
must have relief or you will go wild.
It's needless to suffer when you can
take a remedy like Dr. James Head.
acae Powders and ml! th. .!.. ..j
'neuralgia at once. Send someone to
I wie .iriuj store now for a dimo package
ol t Jr. James' Headache Powders.
Dont suffer' In a few momenta you
will feel fineheadache gone no roor'
Reclaim That Tide Land
One season's crop will, pay the cost. Let us make you
a price for reclaiming your tule land. The cost will
be so low it will surprise you.
Reasonable terms can be arranged.
Land taken in part payment.
SAWMILL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION
Phone 149-J K. D. Building
Egg Mash, Growing Mash. Fattening Mash
To Your Chickens
aansiru c 1 nm. r . . ' . Jt w ' tt itit uiii sl. Tirrtatj . l . 1 a
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
A Faith such as our customers
have in us cannot be created over
Quality of Meats Unequalled
534 Main St
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only Meat Market in the city operating tis own
Cold Storgac rooms for the proper handling of Fresh
and Cured Meats.
tilHliniHIl IMIHH M4
A Few Special Prices for Saturday Only:
Nice juicy cuts for boil
ing and roasting.
Shoulder Cuts 24c
Neck Boils ..22c
Plate Boils .18c
Stew .. 15c
KLAMATH PACKING CO.
524 Main Street Phono 68
YOUR ELECTRIC SWEEPER
Will be with you nearly as long as your home itself,
and should be purchased with the same care and consideration.
lfiaW W igrTinsVTsr iTi ai Wi !!
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.
Murphey Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St