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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THE BIG 4
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world's stand
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
Tli National HcmeilT rf Holland for
ce iturics nJeml rod by Queon WllhI
on. At all druggists. thr-e stifs.
Look for lS nm OoU MJt on rr tx
jid A.cci't no ImttAtica
STATE HEADS ARE
' (Jmornors of Twenty Sttt- 0mm
' (Vnfeivm-o nt Stilt Uiko City Ti-
!ny (ii UIm-uhm lauding Admlni
irllli 41. I.V...1 n
' "" '"' I-HIIU T HHlllli t.-
Orvlllo Wright, ono of tho Invent
ore of tho noropluno, horn nl Dayton,
O.. 4S yours ago toiluy.
Bernard M, llarnch, who rendered i
distinguished services ns head of tho
War Industries Hoard, horn at Cam
don, S, C, 49 years ago today,
Klslo Ferguson, prominent actress
and motion picture. Ftnr, horn In Now
York City, at! youis ago today.
Walter Clark, chief Justice of tho
North Carolina supreme court, horn
fin Halifax county. x. ... a years
SALT LAKK CITY, Aug. 19
Prohlems affectlitK state govern-
. ... ,. . . . ....... .!... .1.......I.
meius were ui uu imnuiiKui iuubu , i,,.i..
ed out today at the opening huslncss
session of the annual Governors' i Kred A. Stone .one of the mint
Conference, which convened hero popular comedians of the so-eall-,1
last night. Chief executives from all J musical shows, horn In Denver, 40
Western states and many KuMorn ears ago ioua
and mid-Western commonwealths,
were In attendance.
Questions to he discussed at to
day's session Included the state hud-
jget system and the growth and con
solidation of administrative boards
t M, TJTIT OrkTMT' TJa
ui mc nvi iv-riiix Avn6oof the lUfforont stiitog. Entertain-
used at the Golden Rod Pro-1 ment km3 included bathing and
! daucitirT at tho Saltair bathing ro-
dllCtS Demonstration at the sort on Great Salt Lake and an in-
,, . , formal dinner tendered by Governor
yariOUS groceries tlUS Week. simon Bamberger of Utah. More
ME TOT WATERS
MOTN HF TOUI
Say glut of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poison.
Newly Orgmiled Torinsta limit I'lo.
tllliis Consllliite All of the War-,
Klilps Left of the Ohio Powerful!
(I'erinnii Nitty. i
WITH TIIIJ AMIMSICAN l'OHCI.'M
IN (.MUM ANY. Aug. IS.-Tho (lor-1
mans have organized two flotillas of
torpedo boats since tho armistice and I
these ronstlttito virtually all tho war
ships left In active service In the
Herman Navy, according to Informix '
Hon received hero.
Ono of these flotillas Is descrlhed ,
In Mlttsohlffs. a 'German nnvitl per-,
lodlcal which has reached tho Am-,
orlcan lu'ado.imrtor.1. ns the Iron Tor- (
pedo llont riotllH. It consists of 12,
torpedo boats which, tho periodical
snys, have lieen engaged In maintain- (
Ing order on tho western coast of (
Some of tho vessels of tho flotilla j
hnvo been used on Bovoral occasions
for police work In tho port of Ham-,
burg, doing duty guarding nlllod
food shipments to tho Ctecho-Slov-1
1 I lu ..I., nriiinil U'tfll fttncllllln ITUnn. I
"""" ' """Hill Kr-i,
n ml In somo cases with 3.7 eontlmot corpn mid wau until a fmv Wc t "
ir kiiiih lift well. Tho flotilla was or- Hllhjoct to tho nmmmiiilor !'
1 itntil.ed for onoratloti In connection northnm nriny. ' "
VminiMil Pninnatttnra in Rlnnrlo R ..i.. oi
. v,u..Bw.. ww...r...w. ... .v..vu ucuuiy OIlOW
you cook the "HOT POINT
All styles for sale by
Link River Electric Co.
itnnn twnntv tif nTniMiHriva nr in
lfcaia.r,,rv. -w. ....... -..u.... .
CookintT is tlimed from attendance at the opening of thol If you wake up wit a bad taste. ! nks and similar work during pcrio.w
conference last night, at which nd-'uad breath and tongue U ceated: It , of disorder. The flotilla has Its head-,
'drudgery into pleasure When aresses of welcome and responses (your bead Is dull or aching; If what qunrters nt Wllhelmshaven. A land-,
... .-rt.i .irt unite. nn.l n .. n... n.t nnl.1 t i An fix rt 1 lirttlt H 1 ft ttlAII (a lllti.
were made, followed by an Informal' J "u " """ ""u '"" (" "" "!' " 4
imblir recention The business meet-1 in stomach, or you are bilious, constl- trlbuted among tin twelve boats.
' ings are being held in tho assemhlv '"ated. nervous, sallow, and can't got each of which has .1 platoon of thirty
room of the house of representative's !fee,,BB ust r'Bht, begin iusldo bath- commanded by n naval lleutnnant ,
I . .. . ... jlnc. Drink before breakfast, a class, Tlir, rlnthlni- nml nrms of ninmlinm .
of real hot water with a toaspoonful ' 0f this landing corps nre tho santn ns i
of limestone phosphato In it. This ! (n tho Infantry.
at the state capitoi.
Governors present today included
those from Arizona, Colorado, Con-
Ot' ' vPiuK HH3
jtV - '; . . AViHiKj!P'r3)!.. I
For a limited time we
will make the follow
ing prices on
to. y o u r
Cord, or tingle load
Double load $4.50
501 Main. Phone 187
Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mlnne-i
! sota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, j
New Mexico, North Carolina, North
Dakota, Oregon, Oklahoma. Pennsyl
vania, South Carolina, Washington,
West Virginia and Wyoming.
Wednesday the Governors will
take up "after the war problems
and "resume of remedial legislation
enacted by legislatures In 1919," un
der which question will come educa
tion, labor and agriculture. The
principal problem to be discussed on
Thursday will be expansion of the
national guard system as a basis for
national' defense. Entertainment
features each day Include a visit to
the famous copper mines at Bing
ham, about 45 miles southwest of
this city, and a trip to Ogden and
Weber canyons. The Governors will
leave Thursday evening, August 21st
for a three-day tour of Yellowstone
Park, returning to Salt Lake Mon
day morning, from here to return
to their homes or to the Pacific Coast
on pleasure trips.
WAR COSTS IMO.OOO.OOO
will Hush the poisons and toxins from
.stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels,
and cleanse, sweeten and purify the
entire alimentary tract. Do your In-
jslde bathing Immediately upon aris
ing In tho mornlag to wash out of tho
system all the previous day's poison
ous waste, gaa-a and pour bile before
putting more food into tho stomach.
To feel like young folks feel; like
you felt before your blood, nerve and
muscles became loaded with body Im
purities, get from your pharmacist a
quarter pound of limestone phosphate
which Is inexpensive and almost taste
less, except for a sourish twinge which
Is not unpleasant.
Just a soap and hot water act on
the skin, cleansing, sweetening and
freshening, so hot water and lime
stone phosphate act on the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowel. Hen and
women who are usually constipated,
bilious, headachy or have any stomach
disorder Bhould begin thl Inside bath
ing before breakfast. They are as
sured they will become real crank
on the subject shortly. Adr.
Hero are two of tho youngest competitors In tho blonde beautv cantMt
Tho other group of vessels called hold annually at Venice, tho California bench resort. They didn't win Ui
tho llatf flotilla is supposed to bo do- prize from tho other ninety-eight competitors, but thnt didn't worry then
ing similar duty on tho Ilaltic coast a ,l11 ns tno Photograph will show. They woro hnndlcappud bocauis tb
nt.ln. MlHlA.tn.ila m.i.,rt.,i1 f,u, ll.lt li ntl.l U'nrn ft... lllt.lul ll tl.l r,l nt. k.tk
11 " Ing suits. Thoy agree with tholr mother that tho rofuroo roubod thorn ol
Tho ti, aeclslon.
, near tho Russian boundary,
' headquarters In Koonlgsberg.
ife M0rtfjBrQrwVVWaaBT)iv&v u " ft A
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LONDON, Aug. 19. Lloyd Georze
told the House of Commons today
that the war had cost $40,000,000.
He likewise said that the British gov
ernment had accepted the policy of
state purchase of mineral rights In
coal. That there Is at present an
alarming adverse balance of trade
was the declaration of the premier.
On account of car shortage we will
sell blocks at $2.50 per cord at our
factory until further notlco. Now is
the time to get in your winter blocks.
17-tf. Ewauna Box Co.
Your bath will not be com
plete and comfortable un
less you bavo the right sort
of accessories. One essen
tial Is a good
We bare them In the most
approved models prices
from $1.50 to 2.60.
Some of them hare a mas
'FEW FOLKS HE
Mi IR Hi
imi'GGIST SAYS LADIICS AUK
vmsa iticciPK ok sage tea
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when It fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, i3 caused by a lack of sul
phur in tho hair. Our grandmothers
made up a mixture of Sago Tea and
Sulphur to keep her locks dark and
beautiful, and thousands of women
and men who value that even color,
that beautiful dark shade of hair
which la bo attractive, use only this
Nowadays wo get this famous mix
ture, Improved by the addition of otb
or Ingredients by asking at any drug
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
(Equity No. 1026)
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
First State & Savings Bank, A Cor
Beulah Stiles, Beulah Stiles, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Thomas D.
Stiles, deceased, John Hibberts
and Irwin Stiles, a minor, Defend
ants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
under and by virtue of a decree of
foreclosure and sale and an execution
Issued out of the Circuit Court of tho
State of Oregon tor tho County of
Klamath, in a suit wherein the First
State and Savings Dank, a corpora
tion, is Plaintiff and Beulah Stiles,,
Beulah Stiles administratrix of the
estate of Thomas D. Stiles, deceased,
John Hibberts and Irwin Stiles, a
minor. Defendants, upon a judgment
rendered upon the 17th day of July,
1919, in favor of tho said Plaintiff
and against tho Haiti Defendants,
Hculah Stiles, Beulah Stiles, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Thomas D.
Stiles, deceased, nnd John Hlhhorts
for the sum of eight hundred ($800.-
00) dollars with Interest thereon at
tho rate of 10 por cont per annum
from the 11th day of April. 1917. and
ono hundred ($100.00) dollars
attorney's fees and costs and
disbursements taxed at seven
teen and ($17. SO) 80-100 dollars. 1
hnvo this day levied upon all of tho
right, title, claim and Interest of all
of tho said defendants In and to tho
following described lands and real
estate located and situated In Klam
ath County, State of Oregon, and des
cribed as follows, to-wit:
The Southeast quarter of tho
Northwest quarter, tho south half of
tho Northeast quarter, nnd tho north
east quarter of tho southeast quartor
of Section fifteen in Township thlr-ty-soven,
South of Range ten East ot
tho Willamette Meridian.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
I will, on Wednesday, the 27th day
of August, A. D. 1919 at the hour
of ton o'clock A. M. In tho forenoon
of the said day at tho front door of
store for a 50-cent bottle of "Wyeth'sr tno County court-house In tho city of
c j .... 'Klamath Palls. Klnmnth Coiintv nnil
ouku auu auimiur uomnnunn " whinni. . : ' - . .-". .--
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V'vL. KLAMATH TALUS OREGON vnSr I
r 'S KLAMATH TALLS OREGON tn?'
wnrnc w' cut- pf .if yjr
r - 2 ou' t,-c onvGS ' - '
darkens the hair so naturally, so
ovenly, that nobody can possibly tell
It ha8 been applied. You juat damp
en a sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time. By morn
ing the gray hair disappears; but
what delights the ladles with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound Is that,
besides beautifully darkening tho
hair after a few applications it also
brings back the gloss and lustro andi
gives It an appearance ot abundance.
State of Oregon, In obedience to tho
said decree and execution soil at pub
lic auction to the highest and best
blddor therefor, for cash In hand,
lawful money of tho United States
of America, all of tho right, title,
claim and .Interest of tho said De
fendants in and to tho abovo describ
ed lands, or so much thereof ns may
bo necessary to satisfy said judgment,
nttornay's fees, Interest, costs and
disbursements and expenses of salo.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 29th day of July, A. D. 1919.
GEORGE L. HUMPHREY
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
Is it Possible to Legislate
Life and Brains?
Swift & Company is primarily
an organization of men, not a
collection of brick, mortar, and
Packing Plants, their equipment
and usefulness are only outward
symbols of the intelligence, life long
experience, and right purpose of
the men who compose the organi
zation and of those who direct it
Will not Government direction
of the packing industry, now con
templated by Congress, take over the
empty husk of physical property
and equipment and sacrifice the
initiative, experience and devotion
of these men, which is the life itself
of the industry?
What legislation, what political
adroitness could replace such life
and brains, once driven out?
Let us send you a "Swift Dollar,"
It will interest you.
Address Swift and Company
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
l2.96 Mv of
WHAT BECOMES OF
THE AVERAGE DOLLAR
f SWIFT & COMPANY
FROM THE SALE OF MEAT
S CENTS UPAIDroRTHI
It.te CENT f 0H LABOR
tarmacs anu rHEiMni
i.0 CCNTt REMAIN
u SWIFT & COMPANY
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