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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HIIDAY, AUfll'ST I, n,
jaiunksi: sorurrv i-ormed
TOKtO, Aug. 1. A student group
ot the Toklo Imperial University has
organized a society for untlomil ex
pansion, upholding of Japanese tra
ditions, nnd to oppose blind ;ulop
tion of tl Ideals of Western civil
ization. The students assort that'
Japan has her own characteristic!
civilization, which Is strong enough (.Yimnn Colony in Mexico
to bo -independent of the European ' j;Coimoful Article
nnu American conization.
On accouiy of car.sliortuge wo will
Soil blocks at ?2.50 per cord at our
factory until further notice. Now Is
the time to get In your wlntor blocks
17-tf, "" Kwauna Vox Co.
the' I'atbeilnml Slss
AIDS YOUNG DOCTOR
' WASHINGTON. 1). C, Aug. 1 -In
Us work of rerouting disabled
war veterans through courses of
.training for now vocations, the fed-
ci.il boaid found a young doctor who
'had lost his leg In a German prison
iKifti.t flu u'fif lut lmil Itnnii ii iron
liii) That rilctitono,. wltli his sign still
the Treaty r.,n,r mnv. but a good future. If
i you can picture the family doctor
iou know, who sleeps with an oyo
'open, eats with the telephone In on
VKKICO CITY Aug. 1. A "Cat- hand and exercises In and out, of an
i.,!.'; x, n... '. minted In the automobile all day and night, you
'Deutsche Zeitung von Mexico, and n see that an amputated leg and a
rcTOtigo was threatened in an a.tlcle constitution suffering from a Ger-,
accompanying It. on the day when!'"" lri anm'i tho best anal-;
tho delegates of the German republic Mentions for tho job.
, j .k ,. ,, vp.,iii,.a "e wasn i ownnenriea ,i nougn,,
. a m m .signed the peace treat) at tersauits. ,
ADD V CflPr Tril .-Per. 'printed In German; Is, ami neither was tho board. They
Hri I I llWir I r fl generally belioied to voice tho opln- ' together, and using tho tmck
nl I LI UllUL I Lfl.lons of the pan-Gorman, irreconcil- tltounA of medical training, sketched!
able element ot (lie German colony ' il oclal courso ' " car. noso
LOOK VOUXG! ItltlXO HACK ITS, In Mexico Translations In part of :"" ir'roa' t Chicago medical
x.......... ..'.. ...,,.. .school, and started in. I
.'auii.in i.u.uu, lil,u9 .l.MI i"v n"jiv iwit"
TO BAIEll HI
Common garden sage brwcd Into a
"Tti. ,lnv nt rrtvfncre of the Ger
man people Is not far off. Wo shall
TaU) in his sign?? Not much!
lie's adding to it tho twentieth con-
Ido good to practice patience until thot,,r' watchword 'Specialist,"
i ... ... ..i . . ... Jnv nf rnivnen hns nrriwil. KGVOIICO
uv? it-ii im suipnur uaucu, viu "" " ; , " WORK TOIN T i-mct ct ijmtiu
tnrn gray, streaked and faded hair,'""' " "? consumated. In or- "J ' S AT K AST! ST IrfWIS
beautifully dark and luxuriant. Just t,er to vrepare urselves lIetl" '"tJ, ihlV nnr J. . i ,J1-TA"
a few applications will prove a reveln- . need a 'Catechism ot Hatred'." ' 1 ort ceased today when
tlon If your hair is fading, streaked o, The "tw eh e commandments" of , e Jcc " ' '"out duo to
gray. Mixing the SnKe Tea and Sut- the catechism summarize In brief'10 lk,'an13 tho Dockers Union.
lhur recipe at home, thoush. is trou frm nian-v ot the protests which have.
blesome An easier way Is to get a been lleari1 trom German sources
C-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sul.'slnco the terms of the peaco treaty
rbur Compound at anv druc store e.'.l became known. They deny that Ger-'
rendy for use This Is the old time many wanted war, assert that Ger- I
recipe Improved by the addition ot many was right in invading Belgium,
other ingredients attack England for the blockade of
While wispy, gray, faded hair i Gormany, aver that Germnnys armies
not s.nful, we all desire to retain cut were never defeated, and declare
youthful appearance and attractive- that German honor is insulted by
aess. Dy darkening .vour hair with making Germans sign admission ot
Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Compound, their guilt.
no one can tell because it does it so In conclusion, tho article says
naturally, so evenly. You just d'ami,- "These twelve commandments will
en a sponge or soft brush with it and suffice to prepare us mentally for
Not a Bite of
You Drink Water
Says a glass of hot water and
phosphate prevents Illness
and keeps us fit.
Notice to Subscribers
Under authority' of tho Postmaster General, on account of
recent increases in wages to employes, totaling for the State of
Oregon upwards Of $225,000.00, certain changes in exchange
rates have been approved and made effective July 29, 15)19, for
the State of Oregon.
The changes in rates apply particularly to residence service,
changes having been made in the principal business rates
May 1, 1919.
All new business taken on and after July 29th will be nt the
now rates, and bills to present subscribers for the month of
August will be rendered at the new rates .
The increased rates will yield an annual revenue upwards of
S250.000.00, but as the increase in wages is upwards of $225,000,
the net return to the company under tho rates now made effective
is approximatly 2L'. per cent on the valuation of its property at
$13,404,000.00, as found by the Public Service Commission.
The new schedule of rates is identical with the one anproved
by the Postmaster General for the State of Washington, which has
been in effect since March 1, 1919. Tho rates are the same in both
states for exchanges that are comparable.
We believe that no proof as to the advanced cost of living and
the general hich cost prevailing for labor and materials is neces
sary, and that the telephone usintr public will accept this incro:isn
in rate's in the same spirit of fairness and consideration as it has
the advances in almost every other necessity in these unusual
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.
draw this through your hair, taking. 'The Day' on which the hour of re
oue small btrand at a time; by morn, venge will strike."
ing all gray hairs have disappeared,
and after another application or two,
your hair become-? beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
Just as coal, when it burns. teaea
.behind a certain amount of Incom
btistlblo material in the foim of ashes
Ladies' & Men's
SLIDE TO ORDER
BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices ore very reasonable
Tonr Inspectioa Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
MERCETANT TATJiOB '
BJ Halo 8t
Arked If the sentiments expressed i0 tlle food aml UrInk taUcn d aft(JI
In the Deutsche Zeitund's article ,a-y lcaWM , , BHnlell,nrj. canal n
were those of the entire German col-, ceTt:.ln amount of indigestible, ma-
ony ii Mexico, one of the leaders of terlali whlcu not coml)lotcly olImI ,
the German socialist party in Me.v aat0(, from the gJstem eacU (ay bc.
ico declared that they WNere held only oraos food f01, tIle n)1iiions of bacteria '
,by the older and wealthier colonists,; 5 ,,jch infe3t tho bowels. From this1
who dominated bo'th the paper and mass ot ieft-ocr waste, toxins and
the colony, but that a large part of j ptoraain-llke poisons aro formed and
the colony were willing to accept the 5Ucked into the blood. I
veruicc 01 tne war anu give tneir sup-i Men and women who can't got fool
port to the new German government ng right must begin to tako Inside
and to reconstruction policies. j baths. Before eating breakfast each
I morning drink a glass ot real hot wa-
AVILL FORCE THEIR DEMANDS ,er wlth a teaspoonful of limestone
UNLESS ACTION ISJAKEN ! ' wafch ,out "" l,uIrt
feet of bowels the previous day s ac-
! tum.ibitlon of poisons and toxins, and
WASHINGTON', D. C, July 31. t0 keeP t,le entire alimentary cannl
William G. Lee, president of the fleap, pure and fresh.
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.' Those who nre subject to sick head-
announced that unless the railroad iCne colds, biliousness, constipation
administration took action by Octo-'otuers who wake "P wlth bad se
ber 1st on the demands of the em
ployes for an increase in wages or a
reduction in the cost of living, steps
would be taken toward the enforce-
'ment,of the demands.
For a limited time we
Will make the follow
ing prices on
to y 0 u r
Cord," or single load
Double load $4.50
SHI Main PkAH 1A7
'A-vT' WatiS)rQfr tfMZwLi . ,
w n r y ' m
MANY CASES OF
SATS WE MUST KEEP FEET DRY,
AVOID EXPOSURE AND
EAT LESS MEAT
Stay off tho damp ground, avoid ex
posure, keep feet dry, eat less miat,
rlxlnl Inli. ... ...... n I .- . ..
unun. iuiD ui wttier uuu auuve a'l
take a spoonful of salts occasionally
to keep down uric acid.
Rheumatism Is caused by poison
ous toxin, called uric acid, which Is
generated in the bowels and absorbed
I into the blood. It is the function of
, the kidneys to filter this acid from
the blood and cast It out in the urine.
The pores of the skin are also a
means of freeing the blood ot this
Impurity, In damp and chilly, cold
weather the skin pores are closed,
thus forcing the kidneys to do double
work, they become weak and sluggish
and fall to eliminate this uric acid
which keeps accumulating and cir
culating thru tho system, eventually
settling in the joints and muscles
causing stiffness soreness and pain
At the first 'twinge of rheumatism
get from' any 'pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon-'
ful In a glass of water and drink be
fore breakfast each morning for a
week. This Is said to eliminate uric
acid by stimulating the kidneys t'6'
normal actionthus rlddlug'the blood
of these impurities.
Jad Salts is Inexpensive, harmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with Hthla
and Is used with excellent results
by thousands of folks who are subject
to rheumatism. Here you have a
pleasant, effervescent , llthia-water
Is beneficial to your kidneys' as well'
foul breath, backache, rheumatic stiff
ness, or have a sour, gassy stomach
after meals, are urged to get a quarter
pound of limestone phosprate from
the drug store, and begin practicing
Internal sanitation. This will cost
very little, but Is'sufflclent to makeJ
anyone an enthusiast on the subject.,
Remember, inside bathing is more
Important than outside bathing, be
cause the skin pores do not absorb
Impurities into the blood, causing
poor health, while the bowel pores do.'
Just as soap and hot water cleanses
sweetens and freshens the skin, so
hot water and limestone phosphate
act on the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels. Adv. I
The chill indicates that the
malaria germs are destroy
ing the very life principle ln?
the blood ,and that
vitality is being undermined).
Nyal's ChiU Tonic
-will destroy the
germs; purify 'and enrich the
It is Guaranteed
f tnfAJuirUtfc DkatTAivi
WyZ KLArfATMrALLS OlfE00rl?TSfr
The only meat market in the city operating its own cold storage
rooms for the proper handling of fresh and cured meats. Our
coolers are qpen to the Public for inspection as to quality of meats
Special Prices for Your
BEEF: ,;., .
NICE JUICY RUMP ROASTS ,
per lb 25c
NICE JUICY SHOULDER ROASTS
per lb 22c
NICE JUICY BEEF BOILS
per lb 15c
per lb : 28c, 30c
per lb 22c
per lb i 25c
FANCY VEAL ROUND STEAK
per lb 30c
per lb .22c
VEAL CUTLETS l-
per lb 28c
per lb ; :..'. 16c
Klamath Packing Co.
52 MAIN STREET