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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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AMI)M) 1111. I'WII'M! K llllrtrm AMI UHMI'I
(,IMJH AM' HIM IM.w !' MH'AI I'OI K
Belgian Children Warned by Posters of .hunt siock iiwk wii,i,
Danger of Handling Unexploded Shells ,,,: i:st.iiii.wiii:ii kv.
dill,,, 1 1 l.iltoy left 14)1 ti t this iiioiiiIiik, whuro they will
Mr, nu M ri t .ilty' hioth "pend '" W,,"K '' Mih 1. (I
j,lwly,oV " ' Artlnir Perkins Johnson, Miss Vera Wood and A-i
"i " !''h mIhi recently loluni' 1y lUitmrtri nriompaiiled lint piir-
(,tfH W' ' . n llUli I'nllii !' 'il lll return tonight In Hi-.
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.... .i. brother
Hiilnriliiy Mr mnl Mr. Hay llu-
.. .-...i.. ...t..i Iter. Mis Mildred Thiilcher nml I.
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Mr n '" ',... frion.lK anil l;,v" "rov" "' """ ''"' ''! oth
,re In th' cl,y ' ,,,, .yk,' r points of Intoiesl before returning
..l0,t L'iV "."," rmnu.n ." -'"Iiik.
oallnK lr"'' .. f(ir month o- Mr. nml Mrs, !... Hulton wore In
It Klinitn Mi (,,1Bru.ntwn, Wn ! fr n,,r ''"" ' ' Miller Mill
(ore rcturnliiK to v district on Hulurdiiy IooIcIiik after
viruil. who him
VIM rnn7 -'. . Ulnl
' l llh the. '""r"
MIhh Inn (Indium him accepted u
position In tho steogrnphlr olllro of
tonnvii." ...vcriil years, r ' "'Minir omcc, or
Wwilonwork ';,v,r"' v,n, Mr. . T O Hague. Miss Florence
m(i home yeMenmy. DuKnult. who left with her mother
,, lfh do...t lr ' n y(nr for Han Kranelsco tl.l. morning, for-'
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I DANGER DE3 en&ins expiosiFs1 m I in jt
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TOKIO. July 21 - I'rppanillon. fr
lln f-MtitlillHliiiicnt of n Joint Mofk
liiitilf liv Ain'Tlcnn and Iftpan'-nr '.'tpl
lallKlH have liccn fnvoralily proKr'iK
Ini: and the formal annoi)ncrn"nt of
Jl( organisation will ln made b(-for
The projert wan flrHt miKC',i"d h
liiirihi-rH of (Vornln when Huron
M Cilia vllt'd tin- rnltcil HtatPK last
year TIk- movement Ir IntTfHtlnt;
tiaiiiOTH and rapltallMH on both nldcH
hy thp Padflr a tho flrat attempt tr
wnlh a Joint stock hank between
Anwrlran and JapanpKP bankcre.
u.Aitv .(iiii:vj:s iti:.ov.
I'AHIS. July 21, l.ltth; Catherine
' Vlrtolrc Iibk achieved renown by be
Inc the flrHt baby horn In Ilhclmi
I nlnco the armlHtlre, The American
Ited CroHt) ban taken a lively Interest
In "the" Rlii'lms baby, whose Kod-
mother In Minn Catherine Middle Por
ter of Philadelphia. Thanks to mater
ial comforts supplied without mint
by ber American friends, the "vic
tory" baby la thriving.
r i jmiau mwji'tncL HDi.uiomtF mjnnsnrun-
viii . ..... ...Miiiiv vrnr. " "- ,..,..v-.,
poWlc ehool n rn j(Jii m,.rly mi ,,,,, , ,,,,,
M 11 KfllllLJIII '"' ....
" tjlV(, of the Woods and to- ' ' "pkiiih was In town oMr.
from tho -"K . ( ,.. , day fiom his uracil at Mldliiud
. lhat tlllici' ft' iiH"i ""
port' i""1 lH ,)rf mikn Hetty (iiuldlH will he don
""' l" t "nn penpl" rmnt : from her hunio m i:m-l UuIkc tbln
" "' tT' I'MtUliK xu,,, hH ',,' u,'''k ,""II'K """'" her iiiiihIc ktil
""'f ..... ..l. Ik tiotnilnr '''"'X" '"
Int in ...... i. .1 ivln Mr. nml Mm ( II. fiunnl nn,t thotiBiiiidH tit inn.vi.tr.. i-..i ui...n.. ... .... .... . . ..,jj . .. ..,....,. ..............t....Ajt.j.j...j!.j.xj..vA..vjt.4.xi
n.-fMinr Vlllinr """ - ' ' --.-.. n...,iB , w. uauie-scarreil sections Of the llttlo ry-r-r-e-r-rvv-r-rv'tv-r-r-r-rvv-f-r'r'rr'rrr-rr-r-r-f-r ' ' ' " -r
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'" l" "iiiB imc i-en out of IlelKium for months, there aro
Don t forset; the ElkB will have n
commtlon here August 14, 13 and
IC Get busy!
The best of them are not fit
to wipe a decent wo
man's shoes They
arc deceitful, sel- j
Why I Would
My story the facts ar
all told In a wonderful
William Fox moral!.
ty play being
shown ths week TJ
at the , j
Every girl who values her
future must see ths play.
SUHSCHI1IB KOIl TUB HKKAI.D
"... ,. I...1 n IhrllllllK ' "l,,r lMiiKhli-r Verda ere Crater kli.:dom. This Is a i.botorrai.li f .... ,.f ,v... i
t "p ,. t Lake VlHlloiH ov..r tho w.ek-eMd. ..... " " . -" " r :
, H.r n.l ' f" x '" . lltll ,mv, whll .. , ln ..rilBP .,,,. "'Pit- the earning., many persona ho.e been Injured .
l.w.iv nlnne th " " . , . " ..' " . 'X
hot M the "I'1 '"'"r 'l,U rereiiuy ri'fl'Hi'll Ills ills
PrclfMOr " ...,.. . .,. .liari!.. rriim it... iirmi. .i i m?T fiC I IlIM" IC OUT
-....,1 hit slm nml t"" -jimt """ . ' -w . v mtihu ij j 1
Inn hr rul'ii
. . .... ....... home Iiml lilirtil
rnn uun ui" inn.'-i "-
i.iti hll- the llltl" ours senm- l nowmnn wan in town rrom
Zlliw tree With tho ns-lst. ''hllo.uln )esterday lo meet his
of othrr wmiirni ho Kunrded '""'" "ho "rrhed from the south
uhoio mmiiy '" " rn 11 uuninrnH
BY RED CROSS
lit CJIAIli:ST July 21 Whn the
Anierlcnii Ited Crois and the ,ri"--ran
ltllof Administration cormmnc-
rood Is not the only commodity
which has taken a fall. In thj last
month the price of thread has 'Iropp-
, oil from 16 00 to $1.00 a spool. Ku-
ih. tree all nlitht the
.i i...r.. Kan flnnl y rnpiuri'ii
Bl vrm, . w t"-..., u.i !.... ,.. .
Via Porolhy Conitrr. of llerkelev.' -... ofc,.w,rr .. arrive,, d work here several momhw aCn. st,
uTiZ from Kncky Point with " ,nr"""' "'""""! -ummrr rar was selling at 4 r,0 a pound, r.nd
kr family Bntunlny afternoon on a " r ",""' " Mn'tt hciinei- lm,mt lmfHMtM , ,, ,
thread A speculator who
tirougnt in n trunklo.ul of ,nt'un
thread realized a profit of J3.i'.00 on
The high prices of necessities !n
.Vr,r,lr.. Imir T C OnCCr (IBS II
tummer home ot the Point and h
that price. Todav It Is itlll Terr "'Is country are due In large measure t
Heady Is In the rlty from scarce, but can be tiucbased nt tni.ir- l" 'he crippled state oftninsportatlo:i.
ud hli fatnly hnre spent their ncn- '"K ,l,nc,' ,ookln "'"t ' husl.1 wbere around II 00 due to the large I TlrktlH " he weekly train between
lion there for number of years. " ,M'wal. ' r.dlef shipments ' "ucharest and Paris bring a premium
.irs . I. i,i) lias returned after! A "Hoover" shin with ' ens nf af "'Bii as 1200.
l ...I Mr rtnumnml Mrrflbll llllll
Ml fl .'." .r-'n. ........ .-.-. . .- -
Ulu r McDonald enme In finlur- " '" "",l '" "'"ern won- miiK. aiiout a.oon tons of fat ami 3.
diy Mfnlnc from finn Kranrlscn for
visit with Mrs Helen Currle And
.Mr and Mrs
I 000 tons of other foods recn'.lv rr
H I .Sloan and son'rled at Constant. Thomands of ' rl? ?"'"?. rC.y? Whj"' ,lo.D,t t
Jot MtDonalil Mls McDonald h it Juuort "",l -Mr- N Ottorbeln re- "umanlans participated In a great de- on August 14, IB and IC? Now get t
flirt)'! frm.i Al.l..K..t .. . k u...il . . . . . 7
ttltt of Mr McDonald and Mrs " - "u jesn-roay .Mrs ".ir.liiin us me snip co-se.l. , "usy.
lit IlirlKlltl lll-AII.I.I 1 K..I . TVllwDA aIHHll. .11.1 1 A . . I
Carrie and has been nttendlng the , "' r "mo grand- " --'w uiu muca io improve
A Sick Baby or a Well One?
Fresh, pure air is the greatest life saver for babies
that has ever been invented. These hot days, you
should take your baby out for an airing not held
up against your hot, tired, nervous body, but in. one
of our "air cooled" baby buggies. We have them
from $7 to $50.
Johnstone Furniture Co.
719 Main Street Phone 16.
Nil II tni.li M.l..l ii . ... I... .. 1 1 .. I....
fnlvenltv of California for th psst ,""' """" ""'"'" '"'"ver. or 'alio --uuw
111 lift utini at..... ... .i
thrwr The narlr will bo hern "'""" ""' "1Pl "' Asniaii I,
for the rfinalndcr of the su,ni....r """ " ,,,r " ""orl v,
aonthi. I ,Mr nr", MrH- Jt'ikln. with
J, W McCoy hns filed a forclo.lfii l"',"', M"rl" ,u"' "'WJlia Amieii
Hit iwlnst Ernest M. Hippo. In ic ". ",","r,,,, t rater Lake Hun
! cilice of the clerk of the circuit urr ,v
Mr and Mrs V A. Ii..lr..ll ..r. M urv" Ernest left iesterday
companlcl bv Mrs Claude Ootsi.i '"r "''rkfley, where she will Ms t
tod Mrs William Imiiiel. left In thei 'r "",,r' VrH- Mwrte Williams
fir today for Ashland, where they' Mr ,"n'1 ,MrH' J- A- Oordon and
lll hear Wllllum Jennings I)ron ,1""K,lU'r ,,u Keno to thu Lake of
ttn .""' Woods for n Bhort vacation
A F Graham has returned from Mr' '"", Mr,, Frederick Mark-
California hero ho has been for W"nU n'"1 -Mr '""' M ' " M" '
wal dasa on bimliiess wiir.lt mad.) n trip to the Ice caves
MU Alice McCourt Has n p.n.i,. "' ,l"' I,,Ul ,m',1h vtrday
won (hli morning's train for Duns- 'Mr ","1 Mr''- " J Wlniers ..
nnlr, whero she will wt Mrs U 'Mrn- A- M ''"'J. A. II. Knlire Ar !
C McCarthy '' -Miller, Miss Ksther Haines and
Jack McAulKfo enmo in from bis . ,'1" lJ"'1,0 """If up a Crni -r
ranch nw Kort Klamath yesterday :',' '.",rty v's,,,r,In' 'rhy kf,
, i i ivlfiliwitli tll.. ... .....
" ma uay tn l,akouw. , '""" "' b:3r "i nnd
Mr ami Mrs J0m Ynden with n'",u'', " 1,l,' t S:30 Tlu-y n
n H 8 Wood left for Hoclcv .".rt " ,l,,"1"f,l I'"v n. d say th..r
i lie lllhe Uf
HEAD HERALD AD IT PAYS W-M'-M'4
llMrlrnpolliiiti mimrments lj
DA Ml NO
Wcdarsdny jV. Saturday
'MlUrli,K Kpelal Music
With the I'iiturrM,
am... . nuo
v- Special Two
ns never more l..iijuful
Woman Who Has Charge
of Funds of National
RBCriKT MAIUlIAaE" '
-w,.uiii T.an a. n
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"8 AND 8ATUIIDAVS
fcni iAaifia.SLyw,sa."K..3 a
Mra. hel Fau-ki
Defore enterisg politics Mra. Ethel
Parka was a Iswyer. Now he Is ln
charge of a largo part ot the flnan-'
olal dopartmont ot tho Democratic
National Committee, "Jirrttfl iMH
Don't forget: tho Elks will havo n
convention hero August 14, 1G und
10. aot busyl -
A Thousand Yous
When you pick up your morning or afternoon newspaper and
glance over the advertising you quite unconsciously multiply
yourself a thousand times.
In half or threee-quarters of an hour you can, metaphorically
speaking, visit every progressive store in town. You virtually
poke your head into every department of every department store.
You run into the florist's, the confectioner's, the oculist's, the lead
ing groceries, banks, theatres, all the various places that supply
the things that make this the twentieth century and life worth
the living. Here is a greater choice in clothing, food, furniture,
books, pictures, musical instruments, travel, entertainment, op
portunities for investment, the service of public utility corpora
tions than any monarch of old could command.
It would easily take a thousand yous. traveling hard all day, to
find out for yourself what the advertisements tell you in a few
minutes morning or evening .
Thev deserve your attention. They deserve your confidence.
Without them, without the progressive spirit of the merchants
and manufacturers who back them, the great abundance of things
you now em'oy would be a memoiy or somethine still to be re
alized. Without advertising the prices you would have to pay
for many of the necessities you now buy for a few pennies would
make a dollar look like a snow ball on the kitchen range.
Read the advertisements. Read them for your own information
and advantage. Read them to encourage the advertisers who are
making these better things possible for you.
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