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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MTt mm, .u i, n,
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The City of
In practical usage on
road and pave
Tires are to-day
a strength and en
proves them the
best tires the rub
ber industry has
Knowing by actual
Goodrich Tires are
giving, the B. F.
Company has taken
a step frankly in
tended to induce
every motorist to
share the more
mileage oflts tires.
It has established this
mileage worthy of
the proven dura
bility of its tires
6,000 miles for Safe
ly Treads 8.000
mile for Silver
town Cords, in
itead of the old
3,500 for Safety
Treads, and 5,000
The new adjust
ment holds good
for all Goodrich
tires already pur
chased in the hands
of user or dealer.
Go to a Goodrich
dealer, and buy
sure that they will
fulfill their mileage.
Bay Goodrich Tiret
from a Dealer
Fabrics . 6,000 mile)
"BEST IN THE
MPXICO CITY. Juh
nt'K to Tin-: staijvk conimtiov
OK TIIK IVIIAUITANTS OI-' WAIt
Tonx coTimr.s ihsi:asi: is
LONDON. ( Correspondence of the
tAs.soclsited rnf. ) "In the condition
of chaos in which Kastern Ktiropo Is
at iv.es.ent. famine and fat I cue lme
in educed a condition of lowered re-
' slttanee 'o infection which favors the
i reproduction of the epidemics of the
Middle Ages," says a writer in tnc
. l.nusnnne (Switzerland) Omotte. I
1 "Prisoners are wandering In Kust
can Kovernment official Just return
ed fiom the t'nlted State wivh that
seerl lari;e manufacturers or farm
mm-hiticn In the Tutted States lime
decided to establish branch offices
and plants in Mexico. Motor trucks
and tractors were mentioned ns two
of the commodities that will meet
with readiest sale and adaptation In
which eontlcled hmmiiI I'-'i" ' ' " Im-II'v.-iI Hull the I'm
, , ti,.r of Km I l.lelmeuM .in.l I.T i. ml of llii. ImIIi i
,.. , Mix.Mlll.lim pe.MM.Iot.lhn this, .(,,,
tu r...m.-r Ihii.-H Hi iit.-n... vmitO i tl '"Mcts lemaln In ,
h.iie been .oliflnued h th K.ni. of '"'" l"'l,'"1 r,,,m ""' '
I'ruasl.i. the tieruiiin Kinpeuir mlllnl niurl
t WITH SI I.IMUIt IT
s .si) VVUKAU.V m-
GERMANS TO RATIFY
TREATY NEXT WEEK
PARIS. July ' - The (lernmns ex
ptct to ratify the I'eace Treaty the
tlrst of next week, according to a note
reni to the Allies. Aekmnv loilsins
the stipulation that the iltockauo
would I e raised when the treutv wi.i
em Europe on their way to their r:U,cc. The fiermans also expreisc-l
, homes, innumerable Russians on t,e l.ope that tho war pn. oners wo.nl
, their way to the east from Germany. L(. m..reil ut tht sltnK, ,ime.
I Germans, Austrlans and HuiiR.irlans
j passing from Russia to the West
Serbia and Croats striking south
Poles going to the north, crossing one
another In indescribable confusion in
'! SKATTI.i:. Jul) ' -
changes In nil the
absence of linen and clothing forced , hj. lncIltlIlK Kent, All.
these prisoners to clothe themselves ,,, ,.,.. ... . ,. . pi
I In rags of skins In the same way as .,.,,, . , .. "..... . .
I orinnleil toilax- as n result i t the strike
he civilian population.
I of the telephone operators who walk-
I t-i. n.w. ....iH. .... .,... t-...
,C ,.Si ..K,,,,. .,,, CU..M... et, ou, , 8Vm,n,hy W,h ,e strklnK
mainly In bathing the men and sterlll- oporn)r!, nt olller polnt8.
zing their clothing. The Hungarians!
( possess ovens, but no ceal: the Czecho
Slovaks have coal but no ovens. Soap
Hid oody linen are ao-enl evorjuiH re. Mlllmcn's and Doxmakers I'nlon
.Linen when nut Into the oven Is so 'No- t'64 address nil communications
... . . , , ,. . to Recording Secretary,
The old-time mixture of Sage Ten
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
streaked and faded hair in Brand
mot lie M leclpe. and tolks are again
using It to Keep ttielr hair a good.
eon color, which is quite sensible.
as we ii '0 living In an age when a
youthful appearance U of thu grat
Nowadays, though, 'e don't have
the troublesome tusk of g.itheiing the
sage and the inussy mixing at homo
All drug stores sell the ready-to-use
product. Improved by th addition of
other Ingredients, called "Veth'
Sago and Sulphur Compound" for
about .'i0 ct'iits a bottle It U rer
,opulur because nobody can discover
It has been applied Simply moisten
your comb or a soft bnirfti with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time- by morn.
Ins the gray hair disappears, bin
what delights the ladles with Wjntli'i
-Sage and Sulphur Compound, Is that
besides beautifully darkening the luilr
ifter a few applications, It alio pro
duces that soft lustre and appearmio
of abundance which Is so attractive
Box 7, Klamath Falls Oregon. 2-St
wards and the owner has to be sent,
away clad In his sheepskin Prisoners' Just Remember this The dates for
land wandering civilians know this so the Elks' Convention are August 14,
well that they take every means to lj aml 16- Get My
iaolil ilKlnrectlon more than any
thing else: to avoid being stoved at,
a station thev get out of the trains
. when they stop at the smaller station '
anil rnt-r the town In small scattered
they stop at the smaller stations and
, enter the town In small scattered
groups which ; attract less attention .
j "The ordinary mortality of exan
Uhematous tvphus In endemic regions
before thp war In Silesia, Poland. ,
! Russia and Galacia was from fi to 7
'percent, nt present It Is over 20 per
cent. It Is true that the epidemic hus
uot yet assumed the proportions of,
epidemic cholera In India, where in
I the town of Ilombay alone there were
2.29.", deaths from January 12 to 2.".j
1919: but there Is a great danger,
I for Europe AI1 Eastern European
I states realize this, and though they!
I were at war with one another, yet !
they sent their delegates to the Hilda.
pest Congress and decided to place j
their resources in common."
Upper Klamath Lake
Tho launches "Spray" and "Oak
land" will run excursions every
Sunday, leaving the mall boat
landing nt S a. in., allowing flvo
hours at Rocky Point. Faro J 1.50
from landing for round trip. Dus
leaves Western Transfer offlco at
7:30 a. tu.
Calkins & Hamilton
DI'UI.IN. July Examination
has just revealed that In the shooting
which took place in the streets of Dub'
lln Easter week In 191S, the great i
O'Connell monument was penetrated ,
by eight or nine bullets.
A proposal has been made that ;
the damage should be repaired. The ,
City Engineer, however, has advised
that the bullet holes do not Involve
any risk to the monument, are Invis
ible unless attention is specially
drawn to them, and In the future will
have a considerable historical Inter
est. Accordingly, the corporation has
decided that the monument shall re
main as it is.
"The darn thing's busted again!"
You don't say that it we do your
.work. We do It right, and It
Hoagland & McCollum
221 Main St.
WHO SHALL CONFIRM
DERI. IX. Jul' . ..Question bar
been raised hero as to what uuthorltt
under tlm Prussian law. shall confirm
the verdict of the military court
When tires are out of aliKimient there is i
constant scraping wear on them, as the tiro
slides slightly on the pavement all the timo.
It costs far less to repair a bent steering
knuckle or a worn steering connection than
to buy new tires.
Have the alignment of your wheels verified
regularly by experts.
"We do this work and all kinds of repairing.
AUTO OLUE DOOK
New City Laundry ;
WE GUARANTEE OUK WOHK j
Shirts and Collars Laundered I
Wo also trash silk, wool and cot '
ored goods very carefully. Try us
once and be convinced. Our prices J
are right. Phone 154.
127 Fourth Street!
Hack of First National Bank
Owil w 1M
TO THE BUSY BUSINESS MAN THE
OFFERS AN AVENUE TO SAVE
MOMENTS EVERY DAY
You may be too busy to go to your home
at noon. In assortment of foods, their
preparation and the serving, The Jewel
has no parallel outside the larger cities.
Most certainly The Jewel merits your
noon-day patronage. ,
THE JEEL CAFE
Jesse Bailey, Prop.
610 Main St
ITS A POOR DOCTOR
Who Won't Take His Own Medicine
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 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.
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? t t,.k
USE HERALD WANT ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING
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