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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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nun I -- f
, riirtnlllnR niivnl ixpnnttlnii with Hm -nl Telegraph Company ha fllfil
'signing of tho iiiiiiIhIIcii In tuinm. wllli tint I'uMli- Hxrvlfn ( omin IiihIoii
i(iiarlnrii worn countered by many In t Oregon u hi IhmIuIo ()r ruins, (In
'nUtant demands fiom tlif h const Hint "Idmleil I' H C Mr No I purporting
tint full building pniKrmii bo inllmred mi." lien approved by tin. '0H
In, iiiiminr (ioneiiil ii ml covering ihn lor
Thn itniiiititirniiiMit (if Hi'rri'lnry "I t'liphoin rxi hmigr tvIic Hint
Daniels thut tlm nnvy wns t(i tin dlv-'"! tlm Htnut or Oregon, which mild
Itlcil ntul approximately 200 pIiIh rules nro now ImiIiik (olloitod, mill
Htntlnimil In tlm Pacific wiih luillcil I ir "ii I"' roiiiif In riTliiln particulars
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H-cM" , ml tlm IMrlflf
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. n it
0,1 ':; L..n,itlty of attack men-
tU!f.Tp.rmc.tic wi'i'-" "" ""-
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rJrfthittho PhlllPPlno-nn.l n I h..r
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w. einHiil rc.r .t..-m
d tbr official mmln mroiw -
MHUlloBiln the iiiiniii ";
liVtW r for l'"',"","l "Mttl
itfnfth on the Torlflr
After the bulldlnc of the IMnann
nul miny men in public llfonMi-rt-.Mbit,
In cflof ntlnrk frnu I'11
Ptclfic and dwtnictlon f tlm nnml
tlIirjpl Prt of the rmintry't naval
lore would bfl kept ' ""' 1"
fylflc for IoK htI! luring
tUch the I'aclflc tni- would '
Public men mid new I'M"- " "' ""'
PwltlcCoai't wro prii'Udillv n mill
(or tivil npamlon nnil tilMinuto iu
tion of a Urge form ln-ro Plain for
INVISHTIflATIO.V IHMI'I It
WhcrimH nt 12 o'rlurk 1 1 I 1 n I k ) :i
tlm tl.lrly-flmt tiny of Inly I is,
poHMUMlon, routrol unil supervision
of tlio facilities ntul propnrty of Tlm
I'nclflr Tnlnpliniio rinct ToloKriiph
Company win nnnunicd liy tint 1'nlteil
Htiite Oovornmont pursuant to a
joint resolution f tint HUly-flflh
ToiiKri)HH, ami by piocliiiimtlon iliitml
liilv 'I'l 1'IIK thn Primlilfinl of f lie
I Ifiiltml KtutcN of Anii'ilcn illrnrlnil
Hint tlio mipiirvUlan, pomph'uhIoii, run
trul nml opurntlon of tlm proptrili'ii
' nlioulil lio iixnrrUoil by mid through
' tlio I'luttiiumtitr Cli'iinrnl, Allmrl K
I WlmroiiH liy Art of CimiirpHN nl;n.
' i-il by tlm I'riMlilciit on July II. IPl'i,
tint pohimihhIoii, rontrol nml xuporvlic
iiihI IiihIiiikiih ovr tlm rnli'H fixed hy
llilH l ommlHHlnii In Iih OrdiT No, I!)!)
IiIiiIimI May I, ;i 'i, mid
WlicrciiM iIiIh CoiiiimIhhIoii IiiIIiivci)
thut Hilffirlcnt vKi"lltnlM iixIhI to war
unit liiMirliiK IhiIiii; held hh lo the lej;
ullty unil ri'iixoiiuhtiini.HH of tlm nitcx
coiitiiliii.il In mi Id hi'lii'iliili- I. H (' Or
Now. ilmrcfont, It Ih llcndiy or-liin-il
that mi Invontlnallon ho nnd
inri-by Ih ItiKtltiitDil on tlm CoiiiiiiIh
hIou'h own mullein Into tin- li'Kiillty
mid rnaxoniihli.imxK of nil tin: niton
ami rhnrKi'K. riih'n nml ri'Kiilatlomi
of The I'ni'lflr Tidi'plioim nml Tcli;
Kraph Conip'iny for iixchmiKit ti'lii
jilionn mtvIic n-iiili-rcil I'lillridy ullli
In tlm Htntn of Orcnoii, nml that n
liciirlntT In thlN inattiT he had hi-forf
tlm I'ulillr Kiirlut Commliudou of
On-Koii In Itn nfflci-H at 2.'i2 Court
IIiiiihi', I'ortlanil, On-Kim. on ViMlncn
tiny tlm 'JTtti day of AiikuhI, 1!i19.
at tlm hour of 10 o'clock a in , nt
BIG BINS WORK
ON LIVING COSTS
IV1irn Trailr CoiiimlMon Itcvcnli
Si'w MkIiI on SulJii-t I'rrwlilnnt
Will Aililri'M i'onnrcM'i Tomorrow
on If licit I'rlri'H.
IRISH NEWSBOY WINS
CROIX DE GUERRE
Ii:S MOINES, Aug. 8. Pat Itvnn.'
ii iicttHlioy, htm rctuinuil to hl old
corner nftnr an nlmuiico of mnny
montliB ovurHcaH. Ho weam tlio Croix
"How did r rcet It! Oh. Mm f.io-
clilof Kavo mo Home pnporH to dcllvor!
to another fellow," li Hald. Tlio rt-l
ronlB dhow that Corporal Uyan, Co.,j
II. 168th Infantry, wen) l,.lli,nroi..t
through flcnnan ImrraRcB and mach-'
Inn gun flro to deliver Important or
d(;r and that IiIh conduct was an ln
Kplratlon to IiIh enmrndos.
It y nn also Introduced Amorlcan
nowHpapor cntcrprl.so In Paris, whore
In a Hlnglo day ho sold 20,000 copies
of the Stars und Htrlpc).
Then ho wan made Paris circulation
manager of tho paper. Now Pat la
hack at his old corner here.
A young woman In Orady County,
Oklahoma, who held tho oClce of
deputy sheriff, resigned to give tier
Job to a soldier. J
Ion of tint fiirllltles nml property of which lime and place nil InhTCHtoil
Tint Pacific Tnlnphoim and Telegraph ! parties may appear and ho heard.
Company went released from IVder-J Dated at Kaleni, Oregon, tub ith
ill control nml tlmrmiimn heenme Hiih- iiuy of AiikuhI. ltilii.
Ject to tlm Jiirlsillrtlon of llils com-, Pui,c Sen kit CommlKilon of On
mUslon under the Puhlle rilllly Art y
on nml after midnight of July :il.i
I ill P. which Hit I1 Acl further proldes I
that certain toll nml nxi'hmige tele-'
phono rates fixed hy tho Poslmasler J
(leneriil should conHnuo In force for
Fred (i lluchtel,
II II Corey,
Fred A Williams,
n period not to oxi-eCii four month
from nml nfler Fnv Ho l'U'i nn !
Mioner uioitlfleil oi (hanged lit the
iroinr Klntit I'i'Killiilorv lioilli'H and
Whernas Tho Pacific Teleplione
A'iti:ntii)V i. o. o. r
Vimr preselil'e l reillestei ill the
regtilai meeting Ihl.'. evening Work
III Hie PrM degreo mid IiiihIiii"m. n't
! J (Serges N (i
WASIIINOTON ,1). C, Aug. 7.
Although prices on practliully all
Important food show a sulistnntlal
llmrease during the last year, stocks
I of food held In storago on Juno 1st
were approximately 20 per cent
' greater than a year ago, according to
the report made hy tho Federal
Government stocks are excluded
from the comparison.
"This apparently means," says the
report, "that stocks are being with
held speculative for the world de
mand which Is .lot now here, but In
oxiM'Cted when hunger Impels tho
strikers to secure higher wages with
which to pay higher prices."
Glenn Plumb, a Chicago lawyer,
representing tho Railroad Brother
hood, Bald today that they have In
formation showing that thero had
been "systematic plundering of vir
tually all public transportation high
ways In the country." Tho source
of the Information led from Wall
street and tho Morgan and Rocke
feller hanking houses.
Indications are that President
Wilson's address to Congress tomor
row will be confined entirely to mat
ters pertaining directly to the high
cost of living Secretary Tumulty
said that It was unlikely thnt the
President would take up at this time
further questions concerning rail
Pure lime Water
Everything given to the baby should be
pure and safe. Though a simple remedy,
you should use only pure lime water. We
prepare a fresh lot every few days, and
guarantee it to be pure. It is never weaker
than a saturated solution. After it has been
filtered it is clear and colorless.
Phone us when you need a fresh supply
The only Market in the city operating its own COLD STORAGE
ROOMS for the proper handling of fresh and cured meats. Our
coolers are open to the public as to quality of meats handled.
MANY CASES OF
Wv KLAMATH FALLS OREGON W7??w
r 14- i is
I I puritvI
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Sl-Ht..t-... .. . .. .'.nf...,
s.ws wi: must ki:i:p ki:i:t dky,
AVOID KM-OSl'lli: ami
i:at i.nsh mijat
Special Prices for Your
CHOICE POT ROASTS on
Per lb ZOC
BEEF BOILS i r-
Per lb IOC
CHOICE ROUND STEAKS C
Per lb ZOC
BRISKET CUTS 1 f-
Per ib 15C
PLATE BOILS 1 n
Per lb ; 1 C
NICPeiUibCY RUMP R0ASTS- 25c
Stny off the damp ground, avoid ex- .
posuic, Keep feet do, eat less mt-iit,
drink lots of water and abot n'l
take a spoonful of salts occasionally -to
Keep down uric acid. .
itheumntlsm is caused hy poison-,
ous toxin, called uric acid, which Is 4
generated In the bowels and alui-rued
Into tho blood. It Is the function of
tho kidneys to filter this acid trom
the blood and cast It out In the urine.
Tho pores of tho skin nro also a
means of freeing the blood of I Ills
Impurity. In damp and chilly
weather tho skin pores
thus forcing tho kidneys to do double f
work, they bocomo weak and sluggish
and fall to eliminate this uric acid
'which keeps accumulating and clr-'
'culatlng thru tho system, eventually! J
softllng in tho Joints and muscles'
causing stiffness soreness and paltij
, called rheumatism. '
I At the tlrst twinge of rheumatism 'J
!gct from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jnd 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 uric1
acid by stimulating the kidneys to ,
I normal action, thus ridding the blood
of tlieso impurities, 4.
The Most Sanitaiy Market in the City
Corner Third and Main Sts. PHONE 238
Special Prices on Meats For
Your Sunday Dinner
The following prices on Saturday
Choice Round Steaks, per lb 25c
Choice Pot Roasts, per lb 20c
Choice Rump Roasts, per tb 25c
Choice Beef 'Boils, per lb 15c.
Choice Plate Boils, per lb 17c
Brisket Cuts, per lb . 15c
Triil Qnltu (a InnTtinnett'A hnrmlnRfl V
VUL4 UUttU J UIV'v,tl'llv,, ,-
I nnd Is mado from tho acid of grapos
I !,., lo M,l,l,l will, ,,tHn'J't
'and Is used with pxcellont results
i by thousnnds of folks who are subject
to rheumatism. Horo ou havo n
pleasant, effervescent llthla-water
ilrlnl; which overcomes uric acid and
Is beneficial to your kldnejs as woll
Klamath Packing Co.
524 MAIN STREET
PHON E 68
of the HOT POINT Range
5 used at the Golden Rod Pro-1
Si ducts Demonstration at the
Hi various groceries this week.
Cooking is turned from
drudgery into pleasure when
you cook the "HOT POINT
All styles for sale by
DIFFERENCE IN ACCOUNTS
Funds deposited to one's credit in a Checking Account
are subject to withdrawal by CHECK. Those In a
Savings Account may only be withdrawn upon presen
tation of one's SAVINGS PASSBOOK. If the Savings
Depositor cannot call personally, his "agent" must bear
signed order us woll ns tho passbook.
fcvery safeguard Is pltwca around banking here at
tho First Nutlonnl ltiuik.
K. It. lteaities, rresldenc.
L. F. Wlllets, Vice-President,
Ixtdlo Ilogers, Coaliier.
A. M. Collier, Aast. Cashier.
John M. Moore, Atwt, Ctwliler.
&ie First National Bank
Link River Electric Co.