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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Is our Ri'gi-'-rpd a.iJ Cor-ivm Ittv
Trade-Mark and . in erly be right
fully used on poods nude by u.
Kovcralls arc garment for
children I to S jears c( age.
If a dealer tries to sell ou, under
the Koveralls name, any garment
not of our manufacture, jou may be
sure he has an article that he is
trying to market on KoveraHs
Unlets made by Levi SirauiJ & Co.
they're not KOVERALLS.
Keep Kids Kleen
$1.50 the Suit
ANEW CO IT 17 IF THEY
SUIT r JKEiEi RIP
KOVERALLS are made only fcy Lrri
Stiiuu & Co Sin Frtacuca ana beir thu
HI DMGeED TO
DEATH BY GOLD III OF THE BEST?
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ttVI STRAWS 8. CU
JAN r OAC JtOJ l
jBEL i ifflsWn
HOOI lit T II Ju't :"
PlIUKid l!.i.l ll ill- tli'.ltll lv the
weight of Jt.iinn in polil coin cnrrlol
in Imr- nroinul hi oho-t. the hoilt
of . foriiiri customs. Inspector has
In en recovered frv:n the button oi
Honolulu harbor The theor.t of the
ioli t- th'it the ninli nttuipteil to
'.-.wliu to the stein of n Japanese lin-
i-r ltiic nt a pier here to ocli.itige Prosperous farmer who lives tit llor
tl... mniiKV for onh-.m It Is believed '"K. Oregon, while 111 the Owl Drug
"You mnv Know thnt Tiiulne Is
doing me it lot of good or I wouldn't
h.ie come twentv miles to get these
three bottles 1 am bitting now " wild
Samuel lliieon, n well Known mid
Store In I'orthind the other duv.
"I luive been trtlng for twenty
fit e long .tears to find n medicine or
treatment that would oterroine my
troubles," he continued, "and Tanlae
is the only thing that has ever done
mo any good at all. During all these
j ears I suffered terribly from rheti-
AMKKICW l.KCION' WILL i uiallsin in my liaek. and there were
tJlVl! Ul'TTOXS TO MEN" times when I was In such bad eondl-
Hon that I couldn't turn over in bed.
ihe moiiet .which probahl will go to
(lie dead man's widow, was furnish
ed by a ring of Honolulu Chinese en
gaged in smuggling opium Into Haw
aii The gold has nut been claimed,
and it It is. arrests will follow, ac
cording to federal authorities
linv II' T II liH ' "i
I port of l"ot i i nor i l Mi
In to t'u oeeret'i-t ef IV llll-r
lur in- Ilu p'ir eml I1D Mine i"
l'.ls I i- ('1st be"li Ul'lde t'llblli ll'e
Cotello'C Mel'iirtllt esllm lies the
popuhi "on of Ihe tenliort 'nt :';
noil, it" Imieiise of fil.271 or 3" I'M
i per eem since I 'Mil, when the last
official ii'ii-us wits tnlteu Honolulu
Is esl'mated to hate a popuhltlon of,
T.'i 0"" Of the total population of
Hawaii, l hi; nno ii'e linm.-.- ic
Ol.ldlli" to the oternet el'n,lte
IIS, lion llnwalluiis or O'irl II iw Ohms
at,(n I'lilltplum '."J rt'ii) i hini.
land I'.' odd ilhlded amoiiK the '"m
i caslau taees. Tlgures are not Chen
f'ir Koreans and other Asl'itle races
Hiporls for the fiscal tear ei ced
ed $ 1. OOii, nno with Import aggreg
ating Jit .'IT I 7I Sugar to the talue
f' more than $7U.ooo,too wis e
ported. Itti plneitppes taking second i
place The goternor called titiiiiliin
to the fact that In ri lit o.ir the
SAGE TH KE
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Will S MINI I) I I'll si I. IMM It'll)
ItirlM.s llt It lis III. VI I'll I I
1. 1 sun; vi iim i:
firm liair. hmtiner liaiiiluiie (In
iiiilen adtaiicliig age Weall Knott tin
niltuutagcs of a toiilhful iipieaiatn e
Vour hair In tout cluiim It iniiUcx or
mats the fate When It fades, turns
gi i) mid looks stieiilo'd, Juxt a feu
applhalloiw of Sago Tea and Sulphur
eahntues Its appearauie a liumtred
fold Don't nt'iy gtay' Look toung'
Hither prepnre the recipe al home or,
get from nti drug store n ."o-cetit bot
tle of "V)eth's Suge and Sulphur
Compound'.' which Is merely the old
time recipe Ituproteil by the aililUli.ii ,
Member of the local petitioning
post of the American Legion will re
ceive a button adopted as tho official
emblem of the National American
Legion within a few days, according
to advices sent out from the state
headquarrters in Portland
Steps win he taken to copyrght
the button and have Its uso fully
protected It will be three-quarter
i of an inch in diameter, and will con-
3UXKU VISlT.s .NKAKIil ALL hist of a central small lepllca of the
MIXI.Nt; CASH'S IX noitl.l). regulation five polntd star discharge
button, surrounded by n narrow clr-
TONAPAII, Nev , July 1't After 'cular band of blue enamel, contain
fisiting nearly every minirg camp in ins the words "American Legion" In
and nf(er sitting down for a little
while 1 could hardly get up again My
kidneys bothered mo a great deal,
too. and I would often have to get up
four or fite times during the night,
and the pains In mt back were -o se
vere that I rarely ever got any sleep
My appetite was very poor, and what
little I did force m.tself to eat would
give me indigestion In the worst war
I lost a lot In weight and finally got
so wenk and rundown that I could
hardly walk or stand on m feot
riilllppines hate been th. chief of other Ingredients Thousands of
source of labor for Hawaii m plmita- rlUa recommend this iea.ly-to-.is..
II,,,,,, i piepiralloti. because It darken the
The I nth rite for the torrltoit u'lwilr beautifully, besides no one ca.n
II. I.. ,..ll ... It .I..Lhi ..,. ..ntllf.
given iis 3i, 71 per 1.1100 Hoard of l""ii? '". " " "- "" '
health statistics show thnt the J.ip
mieso hlrth rate In Hawaii Is 12 v;
per 1.000. These figures r-'it'l the
prediction made a few tears m;o liv
ex-(!ovornor L. V. Plukham, ih-tt
within 20 enrs voters of Japane.
parentage would control the t'olltl'.il
destinies of Hawaii
' ,.1lf .,.( ,.i.itiU t mi miilsleti it
sponge or soft brush with II, draw lug
this through tho hair, taking one'
small sltand at a time My moruluR
the grav hair disappears, alter ti-1
other iipplluitliiu or two. Its- natural
color Is restoied and It becomes thick,
gloH and lustrous, mid ton appear
R THAT N
a has w.t .ii mu
m riijiuuft i -a
m AtV IM
1 A WILtMM
IIIOI S Ollltf
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my daughter who had been greatly In "The Hell Cat." her latest C.oldwtn '"."ventlon here August 11. 15 and I (JINKjH I
As the Carimtn nf tin. Pmlrlii '
Then I heard about Tanlae thru Oeruldlno Fnrrar has a fiery temper
Don't forget, the KlVs will hate a
.,,. i.i,ii,- t til. 1,1,1, lll-l'il hll'JIU ' uiliiill, lit-, (llil'-l 1 ftllltn ,1 .
benefited by taking It In fact, she Ireil nc t Ii Miss Farrar abandons her ,u t,ot '""iy
r-, . .,!.,. I -..I I ...111 . i
was so nle.ise.l will. T.tnl.ie ilmi 1, "'"V """""'- hiiii in Kreei ner
The button Ins n Ontnti , . aumin-rs nmid the rough an readt Just KeinemDer this i lie nates ior
i in. iiuiiuu n.is n uuted iiMm.iit , , it.,itin nt it n,i ..t.i -i . .. ... . v.. .. ... ...
,-nlr.roHn I., ,-..,,.-.) V.,...r.a Pnit o.lo f. . 1. ,. ' ......... n ,., ,, ,,,.,, j,,,,r HITOin' I lie ClIvS . UII . I'll I Hill HI.' .infiil-l ,,
" - ... -- -o- .... m..c u wei Mint .1,0 l,mii-lit It ..no tl,.. ....i-..
the world. C H. C.ann, o! leblo 'gold letters
nnd staked, t liver claim he dl-cover- .wounded In the service the central thing I needed. Well. sir. I began to
fu ion, . ,!, aKo near ..e.i.umi. c,,., m ne u.sci.arrge button will feel stronger and better In etert w ,t
3Ccvada- - ',e SilU Tinse:u ot ""'" ' before I had flnishd that llrst bottle
In IS 1 3. Mr Gann. then a miner at "
Belmont, discovered what he bellev- ?A.Y GI:.A'-V LVSUIlA.VCn
Mondav, .III It 2S
the KIKs Convention ate
13 and K, (Jet redy .
4?A .. A.T.
I have taken three bottles so far and
Wo hnrt. cati.i o i .: ." I Pat so much that I actually cot ash
ed to be a promising ledge. He made , it, hav an(I eraln nnrt'n,, "J1,0!;; anied of my-elf sometimes Vt'Ku I
mental note of the spot and return- have been paid promptly and in full 'at agrees with me. too, and 1 never
ed to Belmont. IntoMdingVo stake the e u "PpIr"'?iLe L.V1'".6 f -r bate n sign of indigestion now. 1
Claim soon afterward. Instead he left ""V""3' HILCP.TE & SMITH f,33 .,.,. ,,.,.,, fiflnil ,,. . , ,,.
jiuiu si. rnone bt. 23-5t ".
and feel like a different man alio-
There is a sensational fight scone Kether The pains hate left mv back.
J lie eu .at" Ceraldlne Farr.ir mut mv n,im.. on i ,....
Belmont and visited practically all
mining: camp- In the world, intending
some day to return to his discovery.
.. js a 0era gtnr 1,11, al, """"J" see in III DO 111 IITSI
Mr. Oann, despite his long absence wrapper See her whip i the bad Zn rlass con(lltlon- ""'I ' "pt Have to
went at once to the ledge upon ar
riving In Nevada.
of the U'est A thrill a second.
Subscribe for the Herald.
Lift off Coms!"
Doesn't hut a bit and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
KEEP URIC ACID
OUT OF JOINTS
tki.i.n- uhkcmatism sriTKitnits
IK) i:at i.i:.s mi:.t and
pet up during the night any moie I
am also free from rheumatism and In
fact. I feel better In every way than
I have for many years. I tell you, this
Tanlae is a good medicine, and Im
done me more good than all the re
of tho medicine put together that I
hate taken during the last ttientj-five
years, and I think that is sating u
good deal "
Tanlae is sold in Klamath Tails lit
the Star Drug Co . and In Lorella h
the James Mercantile Co Adv
"Willi jour fingers! i'jl car. lift off
an hard corn, soft corn, ororn 1f
tweert the toes, and tho hard sHn eil-lu-cs
fion- bottom of test.
A tiny bottle of "Fro tzon j' iosls
lilt1 j at any drug store; apply a fiw
drills upon the corn or callus In
stantly St stops hurting, Hen dionly
you life that bothersome coin or 10I
ltu ri Mt off, root and all. without
on Mi of pain or sor-jiug?. frj v'
' Rheumatism Is easier to avoid than
I is absorbed Into the blood
to cure states a well-known authority.
j We are adtLsed to dress warmly;
! Keep the feet dry; avoid exposure;
! eat less meat, but drink plenty of
' Rheumatism Is a direct tesult of
eating too much meat and other rich
foods that produce uric acid which
function br the kidnejs to filter this
acid' from the blood and cast It out
In the urine; tho pore-3 of the skin
are also a means of freeing the blood '
of this Impurity In damp and chilly1
cold weather the skin pores aie clos-
Just Remember this. The dninq fru
it is the "10 Klks' Co"ventlon are August 1 .
iu .mo. io. uei reauy.
Clear, Peachy Skin .1
Awaits Anyone Who ?
Drinks Hot Water I
f Says an Inside bath, before break-
: . . . , "i
ed thus forcing the l:ldnes to do X
fast helps us look and feel
clean, sweet, fresh.
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
DEST OP WORKMANHinP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices are very reasonable
Your Inspection invited
Chas. J. Cizek
BiH Main St.
rlnillila U'nrL tltot liannmn u nn lr .1
sluggish and fall to 'eliminate the "'""""'" """ t.vacous - merry,
uric acid which keeps accumulating hr,S"t, alert a good, clear skin and a
and circulating thru the sjstem, natural, rosy, healthy complexion aro
eventually fettling In the Joints and assuied only by pure blood. If only
1 muscles causing stiffness, soieness every man nnd woman could bo In
and pain called rheumatism. 'duced to adopt the morning insldo bath
i At the first twinge of rheumatism what a gratifying change would tako
get fiom anv phaiiuacy about four (pl.ice. Instead of the thousands of sick
ounces of .lad Salts; put a tablespoon- Iy, anaemic looking men, women and
ful In a gla-s of water, and drink bo-girls, with pasty or muddy complex
fore bitakfuit earh motning for a'lons; Instead of tho multitudes of
week This is said to eliminate urlo,"nero wreckb," "lundowns," "brain
acid by stimulating tho kidneys to , faga" and pessImlstB, wo nhould seo a
normal action, thus t hiding tho blood
of these Impui Hies
Jad Salts I.- Inexpensive harmless
tlille, optimistic throng of rosy-check
ed people e vox y whore.
An Insldo bath Is had by drinking
and Is made fiom the add of grapes each morning before breakfast a glass
and lemon Juice combined with llth- of xcal hot water with a tcaspoonful of
la and is used with ex'ellrnt results 1 limestone phosphate In it to wash from
by thousands of folks who aro sub- tho stomach, liver, kldneya and ten
Jeet to rheumatism Adv.
Dr. James' Headache Powders re.
Ueve at once 10 cents a
You take a Dr. James' Ilcadiicue
Powder and In Just a few moments
your head clears and all neuralgia and
distress vanishes. It's the quickest
and surcat relief for headache, whether
dull, throbbing, splitting or nerve
racking. Send someone to the drug
store and get a dime package now.
Quit suffering It's so needless. Bo
sureWou get Dr. James' Headache
Powders then there will be no dLjap.
yaids of bowels the previous day's In
digestible waste, sour fermentations
and poisons, thus cleansing, sweeten
ling and freshening tho cntlro alimen
Jlary canal befoie putting inoro food
Into tho stomach.
Those subject to Hick headache, bll
lloushesfl, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and particularly those who navo
u pallid, Hallow complexion and who
aie constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drugstore, which will
cost but a trifle, but is sufficient to
demonstrate the quick and remark
ablo change In both health and appear
ance awaiting those who practice in
ternal sanitation. We must remember
that Inside cleanliness Is more Import
ant than outside, because tho skin does
not absorb Impurities to contaminate
the blood, while the pores In the thirty
feet of bowels do, Adv.
The only meat market in the city operating its own cold stor
age rooms for the proper handling of fresh and cured meats. Our
coolers are open to the Public for inspection as to quality of
Special Prices for Your
NICE JUICY RUMP ROASTS
per tt) 25c
NICE JUICY SHOULDER ROASTS
per lb 22c
NICE JUICY BEEF BOILS
per It) 15c
per lb 18c
per lb 28c. 30c
per lb 22c
per lb .'. 25c
FANCY VEAL: '
per lb 28c
per lb 22c
- per lb : 28c, 30c
per lb 26c
BREASTS - -'.'
per lb 15c
per lb , ; 15c
NECK AND BACK BONES
per lb 08c
Klamath Packing Co.
52 MAIN STREET. ' PHONE-68.
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