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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
MOlU, .11 I
TEN FOLD IN ITALY
ROME, July 21 While Amor
leans complain of tlio nrtvnnoo of one
nml two cents in the price of clg.ua
nnd cigarettes. Tho prices in Italy
hno advanced ton anil twenty t inn's
what tliov were formally. Cigar-i
rttes of tlio cheapest varieties which
told before tlio war for two cents a
box now soil for twvnty routs ami
EIGHT MOMTHS 1
BEFORE TRIAL SEEN THE EQUAL'
Telling Group of Admirers How He Did It.
Pi'mnmlli'tl Coniiiiunlralions Make
Lous Deliiji of Tiial r llatullt
Nori"nr) None Will lo Kvei-iit-oil
l'llT l WHAT Mlt. tttl'i: s
or TWI.AC M.I. III It trim
ui. in i:m
"It cortalnly Is wonderful how '
quickly tho light medicine will got1
a person lo felling light ag-itn." Mild:
JUAREZ. Mp JuIj 21 It will lip
sometimes thirty Cigar havo mount , , montua, nllri,N-matpv. in 'ore
rl In price almost to tho point where n,,, Ir(ri ( ,i,P c;. pturr-l lion!Ml- Mary C. Copp. residing at 27 I
they aro unmarketable . Viim furio- made an InrurfJiui Into j N'oith Micks stioot. I .oh Angeles, In :i
Resides tho illtllrulty of importing till- . n. June : ', mil 13 - (recent statement regarding the bone
tobacco which, of course, adds con- rle'-il Thi npp'in' delay i .lm m i fils ! '" lirloil from the use of
filterable to tho price thetv Is in- I'art to tho demoralized conditio!"1 , Tan hie.
creased taxation upon it. The gov
ernmental income from tobacco in
pre-war days amounted to approxi
mately $n. 000.000 annually Dur
ing the past fiscal year tobacco us
ers have paid the government $170,
000,000, while for the next war
budget anticipates a revenue from ot-
bacco of nearly $300,000,000. Tho
latter will ho one-sixth of tho en
USE GRANDMA'S SAGE TKA AXD
SULPHUR RECIPE AXD NO
BODY WILL KNOW
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to Us nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's ''me. She used it to keep her
hair beautifully nark, glossy and at
tractive. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear
plied with wonderful effect.
of communication In MeUeo am' it
part to tho tangle of formality t' nt
must bo unravelled hofliro 'ill, the
facts the prisoners want to got before
tho court can bo presented
There wore -13 of these iun rap
tured but one was released soon after
ward, having shown to the satisfac
tion of the court that he w-w not a
I participant in the fighting hero. The
men all are charged with banditry,
and. according to Judge Jesus M.
j Clen. before whom they aro on trial.
even if found guilty none will be exe
cuted. The lnw does not provide for
execution of portions convicted of this
offense, the Judge snld. adding, how
ever, that ajl who were convicted
would bo punished.
Kvery opportunity will be given the
accused men to establish their vari
ous defenses, it was stated at the
federal court where they aro on trial.
Many of them come from distant
states Sonora. Coahulla. Slnaloa.
Zacatecas, and some from this state.
Chihauhau. Most of them contend
that they were impressed In Villa's
following. Some of them toll of
threats made by Villa to return and
ill their wives and children If they
failed to join him while others,
younger, said threats were made
against other members of their fam-i
"I am now seventy-two years of
I ago," continued Mrs. Cope, "and have
j had lots of experience with tnodlcluoH
but I have neor soon tho equal of
Tnnlae Why. since It has helped me'
I so much I just toll everyone that
needs medicine about It and so many
out here in my neighborhood aro tak
ig it that wo havo a regular Tanlac
'During the past six years I have
'intl lots of trouble with mystomach.
I could not eat anything without
bloating all up with gas and feeling
miserable. I was also troubled with
this gas at night until 1 couldn't tdeep
or rest. I was very nervous, and so i
rundown and weak that I Just felt I
badly all the time.
"1 had read a good deal how Tan
lac had helped In ciisoh like mine and.
going on tho Idea that. 'What's good
for mo Is good for another," 1 tried It.
and it certainly has proven to bo the
right thing for me. 1 have only taken
four bottler so far. but 1 am feellnc
as good already as I ever did. My
stomach Is in fine condition, no gas
forms, and I can oat what I want
and enjoy it. and that tlrod. nervous
feeling ban all left me. too I sleep
.soundly every night nnd fool strong
and well all the time Tanlac has
acted with mo Just like the pomm.
whose testimonial I road .In the paper
ance, this simple mixture was ap- Hies.- Depositions in snnnnri nf timtr
But brewing at home is mussy and' contentions arp being taken by court! "mt causctl "i0 ' take It. said It did
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at order in tho men's home towns, and w,th m'r- ' "' '"' to recommend
such a medicine and hope my state
ment will cause others to find relief "
Tanlac is sold in Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co.. and In Lorella by
tho James .Mercantile Co. -Alb
any drug store for a SO cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, improved by the addi
tion of other ingredients, which can
be depended upon to restore natural
color and beauty to the hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so natural
ly and evenly that nobody can tell it
has been applied. You simply damp
n a sponge or soft brush with It,
and draw this through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. By morn
ing the gray hair disappears, and af
ter another application or two, it be
comes beautifully dark and glossy. J
this is reusing much of the delay
One man recounted tho return of
a party of Villa men to a town where
one man refused to send under
Villa's standard. The wife and two
i children, of this man. the prisoner
) declared were deluged with kerosene
j and a match applied to them.
I Some of tho prisoners aro hardly
moro than boys. Most of them pres
pnt an appearance indicative of hard
NAVAJO COIWTV WOMEN C.W
i:t.i quarts or ritriT.
TCCSO.V. Ariz.. July 21. -The
women of Snow-flake. Navajo county
Arizona, with a nonuiatlon of n f..
hundred persons, co-opnratlvely ear
tied 13.04 9 quarts of fruits and Jell
lei for home iuo in one year. ncco-M
lug to n member of tho Agriculture
it was when they were arrested, as "-"tension Service of tho I'nlverslt
charitable persons In Juarez have do-j ,,f A""lz"ia. w-ho recently visited tin-
ship; their, clothing Is ragged and
worn and they are emaciated. Offi
cials at the court say the condition
of the prisoners Is much better than
jYmtll like it for jT
cake filling and iceing pHI
I Uw dirrrt from (be jar nd surrtd
I en olte wluch tut Ua llofd to I
cool Let tiptuive ibia borne- I
B mftde filling and mrv dtliriom I
Nutt, chopped or rruled fruiit, or I
Belted eboeoUle mijr be added.
Then are ever ao man f-gr
otiwr wara lo use Vogao's "" 'jpl
I kaabmaUow whip in the
home a aaute for pud- I
disft, with fruit, for taod yfibSj
mM vkh filling, etc WSfSPI
m VoganCuxljrGxipuy ' SU&r
M roTUM0IG0li r I
nated clothinp to them or funds
wherewith to purchase It, while the
government has provided thorn with
regular food during their incarceration.
Adopt This Habit
As Well As Men
Glass of hot water each morn
ing help us look and feel
clean, sweet, fresh.
The Snow-flake women, said th
university man's report, own co-one
ratively three pressure cooker cm
nora which they pass from house t.
houyo In 1918. he said, they cnnim-'
lli.fMS quarts of fruits nnd Jelli
and dried 174.'i pounds of fruit am'
Snowflako Is In an Isolated Beetle
of Navajo county, approximately six
ty miles from a railway
PUT SUCH IN
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are yerjr reasonable
Your inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
BJH Main St.
Happy, bright, alert vigorous and
vivacious a good clear skin; a natural
rosy complexion and freedom from Ill
ness are assured only by clean, healthy
blood. If only every woman and like
wise every man could realize the won
ders of the morning inside bath, what
a gratifying change would take place.
Instead of the thousands of sdckly,
anaemic- looking men, women and girls
with pasty or muddy complexions; In
stead of the multitudes of "nervo
wrecks," rundowns," brain fags' and
pessimists we should bee a virile, opti
mistic throng of rosy cheeked people
et erj where,
An inside bath Is had by drinking,
each morning before breakfast, a glass
of real hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate In lt-to wash from
the stomach, liver, kidneys and ten
yards of bowels the previous day's In
digestible waste, sour fermentations
1and poisons, thus cleansing, Bweoton-
Ing and freshening the entire alimen
tary canal before putting more food
into the stomach.
Those subject to sick headache, bil
iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and particularly those who have
a pallid, sallow complexion and who
are constipated very often, aro urged
to obtain a quarter pound of llmostono
phosphate at the drug store which will
cost but a trifle but Is sufficient to dem
onstrate the quick and remarkable
change In both health and appearance
awaiting those who practice Internal
sanitation. We must remember that
inblde cleanliness Is more Important
than outside, because the skin does not
absorb impurities to contaminate the
blood, while, the pores la the thirty
I feet of bowels do. Adv.
SAVS INDIGESTION RESULTS
FROM AN EXCESS OF II V.
Undigested food delayed In the
stomach decays, or rather, ferments
tho same as food left In the open air,
says a noted authority. Ho also tells
us that Indigestion Is caused by Hy-per-acldity,
moaning, thcro Is an ox
cess of hydrochloric acid In tho stom
ach which prevents complcto diges
tion and starts food fermentation.
Tims everything eaten sours in tho
stomach much like garbage sours In
a can, forming acrid fluids and gases
which Inflate tho stomach like a toy
balloon. Then we feel a heavy,
lumpy misery In the chest, we belch
up gas, wo eructate sour food or havo
hoartburn, flatulence, water-brash or
Ho tells us to lay aside all diges
tive aids and Instead, get from any
pharmacy four ounces of Jad Salts
and take a tablespponful In a glass
of water before, breakfast and drink
while it Is effervescing and further
more, to continue this for a week.
While relief follows the first dose, It
Is Important to neutralize the acidity,
remove the gas-making mass, start
the liver, stimulate the kidneys and
thus promote a free flow of pure di
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and Is
made from tho acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with lltbia
and sodium phosphate. This harmless
salts Is used by thousands of peoplo
for stomach trouble with excellent
AKltlAI. ATIILKTU'S ARE
I.OS ANCKI.KS. Cal.. July 'Jl
Aerial Athletics are as necessary to
the successful aviator as athletic
training of any other kind l.s to any
other kind of athletes, uccordlng
to Lieut. 1'aul It. Williams, a ('tilted
Stntes army aviator. Ho declarus.
"every little air iiiovoiaont has a
meaning all its own "
"Tall-spins, side-slips, uoMi-dlvoH,
Joop-t he-loops, leaf-falls," ho said,
'are not taught aerial ulhlotli-n mun-
Jy to amuse spei-taton, but bei-niiim
I they may bo Miluable In i-oitiiln rlr-
Ho said Interest In aviation In the
United States was its keen as during
AMil.KKS IV Tllllllt il,ORY.
SAN l-'ltANi'l.Sl'O. July 2 --After
a disappointing start, auglors are now
In their glory, reports from nliuint
oon si-rtlou of tlio state Indicating
lilt-al i-oiidltioiiH and limit ciilrhti.
From the Sacraiiieiito river trcliot
iicidleiit roiults nae been olitln4
but tho report mltln "tun the U
aro highly edtiratod and It taket i
real fisherman to got the limit'
l'rartlcally every inake of Ily at!
i.i(ll)ll Is being IIM-d as well im urig.
boppors, t,he bait being tullusltxl It
tho rondltlotiH obtiiliied In the viri
si'USt-'RIIir FOR Till III UA1.D
IT'S A POOR DOCTOR
Who Won't .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
HERE 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 tho 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?
USE HERALD WANT ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING