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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TimiWllAV, AI'CUht ai, ,
Insyde Tyres Make Your Trip a Pleasure Trip Sg"
A blacksmith. Otto Horsing, who,
mado thirteen trips to tho United
States as a fireman on tho steamer
Wilholm ilcr Orosso, Ib now high)
commissioner for Upper Silesia, :i i !
frequently rocs to Herlln as con'i
dcntlal adviser ot tho government.
Crowds Cheer Itoturnlng American
TnMtpt iin They March Through
the Principal Street of KiiKlaml's
of the HOT POINT Range
used at the Golden Rod Pro
ducts Demonstration at the
various groceries this week.
Cooking is turned from
drudgery into pleasure when
you cook the "HOT POINT
All styles for sale by
Link River Electric Co.
For a limited time we
will make the follow
ing prices on
to y o u r
Cord, or single load
Double load $4.50
501 Main. Phone 187
1 LONDON, Aug. 21. Steadily In
creasing production costs, duo to In
creased labor and higher prices for
raw matorlaU, have developed tho
fear In England tbat British export
trade is to suffer a severe jolt, It not
serious Injury. Comparisons are con
stantly being made with foreign costs,
but It Is noted that most men fear
American competition more than any
Sir Auckland Gcddes, discussing
in the House of Commons tho effects
of Increased coal prices, compared
British Iron and steel prices with
those prevailing In tho United States.
Steel rails In England, ho said,
cost )S5 a ton while In the United
States they were 30, and steel plates
for shipbuilding $?7.."0, and In the
United States $70. Crown bars wero
$110 a ton as compared with tho Am
erican price of $37.50. Tho spread In
plgiron, he pointed out was $10 a ton,
the British cost being $40 to tho Am
Jew of Poland Suffering In
pltals From Want of the
Life, Sii.n Itc-turn-
EXPLORERS SAIL FOR
IN SEARCH OF GOLD
NOMK, Alaska. Aug. 21 Twonty-I
nlno woathor-broiuod oxplorors hull--Ing
from every quarter of tho globo,.
and bound for winno mys.lerloits gold
country of Northern Siberia, left,
hero tonight aboard the sailing'
Hare ac homier Casco. once the property of
NEW YOKK, Aug. 21. Hospitals
without doctors, medicines or linen;
miitnr nnnriiHmm norfortneri without
anesthetics, patients lying at tho!81"" woro H,IU b,ockl,,, wlth ,co'
'Robert l.ouls Stou'iison.
Kears were expressed by Nonio
residents before the boat left that It
would not bo able to gut through
Into tho Arctic Ocean, ns reports ro
colved hero recently said the Bering
point of death without fuel to keop
Member of the ship's company
them warm, and a great lack of food,sula th wore "ou,,d for ',0,m, ,,0,nl
and bandages, were tho outstanding'" u VMl unlnhmbltod territory lying
horrors In Dr. Halm I. Davis1 do-mo"K "1B '""" B,1,,ru "' ""'"
Healing on the Lake crops has be
gun. There are some fine crops and
well worth a special trip to view the
miles of fine growing grain.
Miss Mary McComb ot Mt. LakI Is
visiting at the homo of her uncle,
Mr. J. A. McComb.
Mr. Crandall Is the proud owner ot
a Bulck Car.
Mr. J. A. McComb and family and
Miss Hatch made a trip to Crater
Lake last week. They were with a
party from Mt. LakI Including the
Case family. Miss Hatch of Los Ang
eles, Miss Robinson and Miss Stepb
oneck of New York and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Charles Faught spent several
days of the Elks Carnival In Klam
Mr. Kotera and family and Mr.
Jellnek and family were among those
who visited Klamath Falls Saturday.
Mr. Crandall and son Russell start
ed Monday In their auto for Califor
B. L. Elliott and family spent sev
eral days In town last week.
Mrs. D. C. Winslow of Gllroy, Calt
fornla Is visiting her nieces Mrs.
McComb and MUs Hatch.
Mary Hunt returned Monday from
a camping trip to Crater Lake.
Every minute you are nerv
ous, you are wasting vital
force faster than It can be
Undue excitement, morbid
depression, restlessness, in
somnia, hycterla are some
of the indications that you
need a remedy to reinforce
and control your nerves.
provides Just tho elements
tbat are needed for building
up norvo power. If you aro
in a run-down condition
take this remedy. Use it
faithfully for a whllo and
you'll Boon forgot that you
Hot Water for
Tolls why everyone should drink
hot water with phosphate
In It before breakfast.
Vs' KLAMATH FALLS OREGON ir7i 8
UJ TrtlM bfil.jfc
Headache of any kind Is caused by
auto-Intoxication which moans self
poisoning. Liver and bowel poisons
j called toxins, sucked into tho blood
through tho lymph ducts, excite the
i heart which pumps tho blood so fast
I that It congests In the smaller arter
ies and veins of tho head, producing
i violent, throbbing pain and distress,
(called headache. You become nerv
ous, despondent, sick, feverish and
.miserable, your meals sour and almost
nauseate you. Then you resort to ace-
j aniline, aspirin or the bromides which
temporarily relievo but do not rid
the blood of these irritating toxins.
A glass of hot water with a tea-
spoonfull of limestone phosphate in it.
drank before breakfast for awhile,
will not only wash these poisons from
your system and euro you of head
ache, hut will cleanse, purify and
freshen tho entire alimentary canal.
Ask your pharmacist for a quarter
pound of llmestono phosphate. It Is In
expensive, harmless as sugar, and al
most tasteless, except for a sourish
twinge which Is not unpleasant.
If you aren't feeling your best, If
tongue Is coated or you wake up with
bad taste, foul breath or have colds.
Indigestion, biliousness, constipation
or fsour, acid stomach, begin the phos
phated hot water euro to rid your
system of toxins and poisons.
nesults aro quick and it is claimed
that thoso who continue to flush out
the stomach, liver and bowels every
morning, never have any headache or
J know a miserable moment. Adv.
scrlpgjon of the modlral situation
among tho Jews of Poland when ho
spoko here boforo a meeting ot prom
inent men called together by Felix
M. Warburg to discuss Jewish relief
abroad. Dr. Davis, a well known
psychiatrist ot Chicago, was a major
In the American Re4 Cross during
the war. and is thoroughly familiar
with Polish conditions, returning
from that country only u fow weeks
"In Poland thero aro no hospitals
or medical facilities
understanding of th
Dr. Davis. "There Is n great lack of
clothing, fuel, medicines, disinfect
ants and even doctors in Poland. A
largo percentage of tho doctors have
been killed In the war, an iltho med
ical schools have been virtually
closed for several years. As a result
medical attention is extremely
scarce The Jewish hospitals, once
progressive and up-to-date, nro In a
terrible state of demoralization.
"I have seen major operations per
formed without any anesthetics. In
addition to the suffering that It en
tails this has a bad effect on tho
work of the surgeons. Modern sur
gical training does not teach speed
as an essential, for tho patient Is
supposed to bo under an anesthetic."
At the urgent request of Dr. Davis,
American Jewish relief agencies are
re-equipping the Jewish hospitals In
I'oland with drugs, surgical instru
ments, bandages and other, supplies.
Tho cost of this work Is estimated at
$1,500,000. This money will bo
drawn from the 35,000,000 that tho
American Jewish Relief committeo Is
asking of the country this year.
tween East Cape and the Lena River.
Thoy would not divulge the exact lo
cation of their destination.
Tho party Is known ns the North
ern Mining and Trading company,
and Is led by S. L. McGirk, a mining
engineer ot Hamilton, Texas, presi
dent ot the company. A. L. John
son .another ot the party, In vlco
president.. Captain C. L. Oliver Is
master of tho adventure h til p.
With the uxceptlon of the destlna-
tlou thero Is little mystery about tho.
said wnile Hero.
he party possesses
certain knowledge about the coun
try for which they are heading, and
are aiming to explore the section and
II nil what It contains. No rich gold
strikes nro expected, ho declared.
Tho Casco may tie sent back this
full from the north, after lauding hqr
passengers at their destination
according to our JMedltlon. McGirk
lie terms." saldl " sser""' "' "'
How Great is the Saving
When You Buy
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It's Real Economy
It's Rich in Flavor
Every Can Guaranteed
If you want It, advertise.
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DARKENS HKAUTIFUJ,I,Y AND UK
STOKES ITS NATURAL COLOR
AND LUSTRE AT ONCE
Common garden sage brewed Into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and lux.
urians. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sill
blesome. An easier way Is to get the
phur recipe at home, though, Is trou
ready to uso preparation Improved by
the addition of other Ingredients,
:ostlng about 50 cents a largo bottle,
at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's
Sago and Sulphur Compound," thus
avoiding a lot of muss
While gray, faded hair Is not sin
ful, wo all desire to retain our youth
ful appearance nnd attractiveness. Bj
darkening your hair with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one
can toll, becauso It Is done so natur
ally, so evenly. You Just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with It and draw
this through your hair, taking ono
small strand at a time; by morning
all gray hairs have disappeared. Af
ter another application or two your
hair becomes dark, glossy, soft, and
luxuriant, ana you appear years
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only meat market in the city operating its own cold storage
rooms for the proper handling of fresh and cured meats.
Special Sale on Meats
If you are troubled with pains or
aches; feel tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief in
The world' aundard remedy for kidney,
livar, bladdsr and uric acid troubles and
National Remedy of Holland sinca 1696.
Three sizes, all druggists, Guaranteed.
Leah fee lb Mail Cold Medal ea ever baa
aa4 aaaapt a laJleti
We are moving our Cattle
and mutt dispose of quite a
number of their calves.
Breast of Veal
Klamath Packing Co.
524 MAIN STREET