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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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OUR 1919 BOOM! ,
P; qjjlliMr """WW
r i ... i I suffered r..m tor- BUMPER CROP FOR
r. . u.u.iucho on.) i.n.i .. f.-.-nnu f NORTHWEST IN SIGHT
,.kl.i--s U sort of MnMtlK uwn) . ,
! ir.l to describe My lien.-s "f" ,,,. ,- p j. i nip feu
-luttei.M nn.l nt limes I couldt. 1 bear ,,,, , B, , ,n r. .oriiM.- thru
i. !u.c ai.)Iod.v In m ulRhl uii).iue ou( (. , ,,,,,.,,., ,,.K,m .r III.-
-p.mI.uik to tm or Juki uiotntr n'.mit , ii(((1 ,,,. ,air..ad udmliilstrailnti
Hi.- loom would Iriltitto me so P.I (t,lt s ,v,,,llt ,.i,.ru Nnilli I
almost break down tlli.l et Mil a ,,1(U(ll nm) ,mi of M.mliillii.
-liiKl.- week p.nsoil In nil thai I lino ,,, ,,,, , ntMa. m-ionlliiK to
that 1 wa-.n't sick In boil u.l often I (h m( ()f uKllm .,,ii-.liili-
a tomllx unfit id .lo n thine I foil . , . , t , ,.,.
off until I iw dreadfully llun. mid mwv u ,,, , m,, demands. I
a'.oul llio Ills! of till .Mf I win mo (ml )ixtM.v (irrur s tln! 1I)Ull) ,
w.nk ami run-down my condition iw m)1 ,, ,()v ,.ap, , ,,, ,r,,l(ir). fi
lr.il pitiable nn.l I could look for- f(r (, ,,uoril1,u, Kr, ,rm,, ,. '
ward to nolhliiK l.ul llf time Of riin, , .,,,, ,, , lliml '
n;i -or) nn.l .ll-appolntni.-nl I wiix Tlil ix,t)r, ,, , .I1K, s.miii.I
for.-x.r tr.MiiK till sort-, of mr.llclii.t ((ir, , , ( u,rs nHrm.llir, ,.,.
in ilio hop.- of ritulliiK on.- tluil oul,l (()1 lm, ,.,., l.u v,r tiUol,,tt ,
KU.. m.. tho blossitiK of liotiltli. I.tu ,)(m (,llr1K ,,(i, ttlk ,.(l K.r
notlilns .llil in.. nn koo.I till I -tnrt- ,, ,.imtmn. to Mio nu In-
.Ml In Tunlnr. 'rn-iiH.' o.r Ii.hI .iir i:i.i-lnllv In
' ll wnsulioiit tli ilrst of April llmt n,M ,,n, lo miiiiu.r n-mrl li-rrltorv,
I li.-Kiill MklliK Tfillliic. iiml III .1 lltllo ,) Muinloii trnxi'l pronilnm In
wlillo 1 ft-lt I wiih K.'tlliiK li.ut.ir I iir.-iik nil r.'.oriN.
Kiiln.'.l In slr.-iictli nn.l w.'lKlit. tuul m
ui frl.-iiil.- co ii M '.. It In my fm-.. mill i.r-r-.r- t- nrrnrc a i t-v
utixrti rivuruortL iu
STRIKE FOR MOONEY
MANY CASES OF
ill ink hi, , ,,i,
I liotii-tl. In! I ,
says vi: .mist ki:i:i n:i:r inn
AVttin i:riist in: Au
i:.t i.r.ss ,mi:.t
STANDING ARMY of
'100,000 AGREED UPON
WELL DAY IN
Miss Ai.Ti:vfi:cj a TM..r
IS O.VK OF (JJMiTIT ltl.K.
1XGS Ol" Ulh'K
"I an: m grat ful fr iv. co ' r
lac has done me I c"imidr It a prHi
lege to make a public statement so
that other sufferers may It-urn how I
was reli.'M-.l of tlearlv u lifetime of
,-iifrenn .-al.t Mrs I AltetitiurK.
wife of a uell-kiiown Rt.me finisher.
4J 1 .: in p-ot; street liallut. Tevas
n n u ii.r.slder tlint I have
been a -Ick woman these twenty-two
j.-." -hi cut.tinued. it seotns hnrd
to Lelleie that I have ben relieved
Ir. le than three months, and any
medicine thai would do that should
be pr.vl-ed the world over Twenty
mo ypars ago. when I was a sixteen
year o!.l girl ! had a severe attack of
tpho .1 feler that left rie with a in
iih -ion-iih tn.ulile that hat made
in !i. i i-f " tile e.er it! e Mv (nn.l
la In n. s-i.ma.'i 'lie l.-.ni an 1
soon the? lieKim to tell me how much
bettor 1 wiit tookltiK. Hint, really. I
hnw-n't felt o well as I do now In -
fifteen years 1 hae felt no dl-.-om- I'OliTI M. Inn.- "I'lie I'en-
fort since I Ik-kiui tnkltii: Tnnlur and irul l.iibor c.iuiipII Ii u rinse ol
M-ry seldom hne a heiidache. my defeutett the prnpiitnl to utrlke In
btoniach has tuned up and I tllKest m suppott of the Htreet car men's ituloii
food with eii-e and I hne Kalued all in cum,, h Roes nut In the 'rtiiinuts
of elcht pounds I am KettlitK stroiiK- J Moouey strike, railed for Jul) I
er all the time mid I ran now do m
many kinds of work that I haten't
been able to do lu ears M) Improve
ment has been the talk of the iii-IkIi-
horhoo.l and I beliexe that Tanlrif Is - "
one of the Kroatest bleslncs I ever , SPOKANK. June ' - The Jury on
had. for I feel that I um Koine to be the case of William II. (I.onestarl
mi well woman for the tlrst time In I'leu. who was behu: tried on the
more than twenty ears " ichark'e .if fuloe ilrnft renlstnitlon. In
Tanlur Is sold In Klnuinth Palls by ""' t-'o.lernl Court was dlM-harK.-.l
the Star Urtiis Co and In la.rella by ' ,ml"v ,","": "'"''''e I" atsree on a ver-
DIETZ JURY COULDN'T
AGREE ON VERDICT
the James .Merc Co A.l
Stay off tl.e .lamp Kiouiiil. ay.it. I n
iolll.i, keep feel .It), eat li mil. I,'
itllnk lots of watei nu. I :ibn u-l
take a np.ioufill o( siilU .iicaslolKlll)
to keep down ill It- nrl.t i
ItlieumatUm l ruuse.l by pnUiili-,
oils Invln. railed lirle arid, wlilrli I
Keiieinleil In the bowels anil ilu. itud ,
Into lliu blnoil. It I. the fiiii.-ilou or
the kliltie) to filter this aiid t mm ,
the blood ami t-nst It out In the urine !
The pi'l.-s of the skin ni alito i.
humus of freeliiK the blood of ill. a
Impurity, lu damp ami rlillh oM
weather Iho h kin imreii are i-lused,
lb ii.i for.-lni; the kidneys to do double
work, they become weak anil sIllRKlsh
and fall to eliminate this uric ncld
which keep iifctimulallUK ami ill'
rulatlni: thru the stem. eveulunll)
settllut: III the Joints anil muscles
caiullIK llfriinns soleueta nild palll
called rheutiintUiii. !
At the first twluite of rbeiimatlsm
Ket from an) phurmiir) ubout four '
ounces of Jail Salts, put a Inblespoou
fill In a class of water and drink be
fore breakfast curb iiierului: for
week 'Mils Is said td eliminate uric
arid b) slIliiuliillllK Hie .kidney to
tiormul action, thus rlildlllK the blood
of these Impurities
Jad Salts la Inexpensive, harmless
and Is inaile from the ncld of t;raie
and lemon Juice, combined with llililu
and Is Used with excellent results
bv thousands of folks who iiresuhjcit
to rheumatism Here )n haxe i
mil n rnconi nu.. ii,, -, ,,,
loillinlltee uiueti.li , , , , , ',
iropriuiii.i bin 1 1, ,, , .
menu;.' mm) of i
' 'r an
o.lt ln'UhinllH; llU , h " "'"
H.ll.l.lllt tkL Ilu. II... ' ' '
until-ufaon.nnn and s..,.,,m ,',"""
llllll Ifll-illiitiieiiileil tlH i !,.
placed at .'uo.niiii i,ffi,,r lh" '"
The Senate ad..,.-.. I 1'll
offered l Solial.ir P, ,.,. n,.,,,,,..
can of Mi.rlan.l li.ii.,,K ,, .' '
;,M", w ,,,""'"r r ..,.., ,0rJ
In rimmK or the ,1. ,., , iq
war material to 113 ll..rei,wU
bliiu paid at l In, i f j no()
MurliiK the .lis. ii-.,, W(or,
McKellur, Deiiiocrm .imBfp ,.
Ile.-s rrlllcls.-d tin- uuuin. r m sur hltrh.
war materials wen- l,.ii,,: ,; ,,,,,, 6j
by the (loM'iiiiiii.iit ,.,pf,ur
Hie surplus auppl. of t, 4, MBt
e.l to be worth I'i ' ) no,.
iii:iii:k.mis ai-ii riov
There will be lllstNllutl.iii (intHf,
IimiIkIiI at T 30 P M lt.-tirlm, 0.
alallallou nn.l new officm irf
iueate.1 to In- present al-o tna(j
rumilllttee Installation will U hj
Hrl ,lb order of the lnt tww.
I. w. w.
toi.pim) ijv pi:ni:it.us
TOI.KDO - Actlni; on advices
from Washington that radicals were
believed to be plottlnc detnonst ra
tions here on July 4 when It is .-
tlmnte.l ion. 000 persons will be :i
tlKht. Pnlted States Marshal Hart
ley and Special AK.-nt Scott of the
di-part un-nt of Justice raided I V
V headquarters here todav Nu
merous papers were seizc.l but co
arrests were made .
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR IN AMERICA.
Unlike the average five-passenger car, the Paige is far from
commonplace. It makes a strong appeal for popular favor on the
city boulevard or the country highway.
The mechanical refinements make this one of the few cars that
can be truly classed as up-to-the-minute in the best engineering
With one of the roomiest five-passenger bodies to be found, it
nevertheless is veiy compact in arrangement, all space being dis
tributd where it will afford the greatest convenince and comfort
for the passengers.
Every feature that could add to the practical utility of this car
has been used to advantage. Light in weight, it is economical to
maintain. . Indeed, its low gasoline consumption and high tire
mileage have been a gratifying surprise to thousands of pleased
Remember this the service that you get out of a motor is never
never greater than the serviceability which the manufacturer
it. On this basis, Paige quality assures you day in and day out mo
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR IN AMERICA.
THE IMPERIAL GARAGE
IT'S A POOR DOCTOR I
Who Won't Take His Own Medicine
THAT'S WHY WE ARE USING THIS SPACE TO TELL YOU U
WHAT JOLLY LITTLE BUSINESS STIMULATORS HERALD
WANT ADS ARE AND WHY THEY GET RESULTS
THERE IS X0 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 fi
they have never failed to get results. They are the short cut to a
quick turn-over the modern method of merchandising on a small Jj
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. J
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 Jj
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, 5
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 a
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.
sfe. ..:. tA'VlfilK. i'- .I..-,.--.
'' 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 want?
USE HERALD WANT' ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING