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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1919)
TiiuiwDAY, BKPmamnn 4, lm
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FOR SALE Touring Car,
In Good Condition.
A Real Bargain.
It's a Long way to walk
It you aro out In tho country
nnd find that tho repair work you
bad dono does not stand up try
us and you'll rldo and not walk.
Hoagland & McCollum
Wo buy nnd sell New nnd Second
hand Cars. Spcnk to us beforo
you buy. Wo can siivo you mon
ey. Wntch fop our specials.
One Year Ago Today
in the War
I IT HI
Tho Omsk Provisional Government
declared war on Germany.
Hritlsh on westorn front advanced
to within six miles of Cnmbral.
General Gravos arrived at Vladivos
tok to tako command of tho American
I Try 'cm. Herald Want Ads.
OF SERVICE MEN
Amalgamation of Women UelnUvrw
of Service Mnn Will He Proposed
lit n Conference of War Mothers to
1 lie Held Smm.
Yes this is the
shoe that gives you
every step com
fort everv minute."
it is built rfgit'lo
start with! Our
has always been
to put into evrj
Shee: best itaur
It is significant
that the Buck
hecht Army Shoe
is worn by thous
ands of men in all
walks oflife. They
have come to ap
preciate its yield
ing comfort, its'
velvety feel, its
qualities. And so
w ill you once
you treat your feet
tO Bu'CK HECHT
CALF OR INDIAN TAN CALF
For Sale at
K. K. K. Store, Bradley Shoe Store
Manufacturer. BUCKINGHAM & HECHT
LAST SHOWING TONIGHT
MISS MABEL NORMAND .
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j BALTIJIOKE, JId. Sopt. 4. Amnl
; gninntlon of nil organizations of wom
en relatives of tho men 'nnd women
I who served In tho United States army
nnd navy during tho world war will
tm) proposed nt tho second annual
convention of tho War Mothers of-,
.America which will bo held hero Oct-j
I obor 7, 8, nnd 9. Tho call for tho
convention of tho War Mothers, Just
1 sont out. Invites all organizations of
ja similar nature- to attond tho con
vention nnd join In tho formation of
i n now body for which a now namo
I may bo selected.
Representatives of flvo othor or-
gnnlzntlons besides tho War Mothors,
including tho Daughters of Liberty,
Women of Americnn Patriots, Wom
en's Patriotic League- of America,
Americnn Mothers of National De
fenders nnd Sammies' Mothers have
been asked to participate in the move
ment for consolidation.
Tho Baltimore chapter of the War
Mothers of America la making pre
parations for entertaining tho con
vention. Several speakers of national
prominences will bo Included In tho
program and there will bo several
Mrs. A. W. Roach, acting national
president, of Richmond, Ind., reports
that Inrge delegations will ropresent
nil the chaptors of tho War Mothers
and 8ho has been In communication
with officials of tho other organiza
tions urging them to attend tho moot
ing here. Twenty-soven states wore
represented by delegates sent to tho
first annunl convention held at Evans
vllle, Ind., last September.
- Among tho social features already
planned by the Baltimore chapter Is
a visit to Annapolis and the gover
nor's home, automobile rides to Ever
green, the Red Cross school for sol
diers blinded during the war, a trip
through Druid Hill Park and a visit
to Johns Hopkins University.
nil II n iq
OCTOBER 2 and!3,!il919
NEAR WILSON BRIDGE
Artistic piano tuning and player
work. Call Morgan at Earl Shepherd
There will be a regular meeting
and Initiation of Rebekah lodge
Thursday night. Team requested to
be present By order of Noble Grand.
3-2t STELLA MANG.
Two Thousand Dollars in Cash Prizes and Purses
Agricultural, Industrial and Stock Exhibits. Sports, Racing and
Amusements for all. Speaking by Men of Note. Tractor and
Power Machinery demonstration. The biggest get-together
meeting of the year.
PLAN TO BE THERE PLAN TO EXHIBIT
October 2 and 3, 1919
Glass of Hot Water
a Splendid Habit
Open sluices of the system each
morning and wash away the
poisonous, stagnant matter.
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The Picture You Will Never Forget
Matinees ..,. 10 and 25 Cents
Evenings .,.,.., , ,...,.... IS and 35 Cents
I Those or Ud who mo uccu.stomed lu
feol dull and heavy when we arise;
splitting headache, Bluffy from a cod,
foul tongue, nusly bieath, acid stom
ach, lamo back, can, tnuteud, both look
anil lecl as (rebh an a dulsy by wash
i of tho pultons and toxins from tho
nody with phosphated hot water each
Wo Hhould drink, before breakfast, a
ghiBh of ical hot water with a tea
bpoonful of limestone phosphnto In it
to Hush from the momacli, liver, kid
neys and ten yards of bowels the pre
vious day's indigestible waste, houi
bllu und polhonouH tuxlns; thus cleans
ing, Hwi'Citniiiug and purifying tho en
tlto alimentary tract before putting
moin food into the stomach.
Tho action or llmetunno phosphate
and lint water on an empty stomach Is
wonderfully Invigorating. It cleans out
nil the sour fermentations, kuhob,
wiiHte and acidity and glvs one n
Hplemllld npimtlto for IniiaKfast and
It U said in he but a little while until
tho iohoh bugln to apprar In the
Klicnkh. A iu.irtor pound of linioHtone
DhoHphnlit will cost very llttln ai the
Iflllir, ulfil,! Iillt iu UflI1r,l.iiit li .riulln
unoiio who Is bothered with blloim-
naps, rnnstlpaillon, Htoitmch irmiblu oi
liimimullHiii u ical nnthiiHlnNt on the
siihjoct of Inininnl Hniillatinii. Try It,
nnd you are auxin ml that you will loolt
boitor and feci imitor In uvitry wn
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VOU can't help cutting loose joy us
1 remarks every time you flush your
smokesnot with Prince Albert it hits
you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy
nine and cirrarette mnkin's sunshine and as satlSty-
ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-four I
It's never too late to-hop into the Prince Albert pleasure
pasture! For, P. A. is trigger-ready to give you more
tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer.
Thut's because it has the quality.
Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down
that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throiii.
And, it never will! For, our exclusive patented proceu
cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails four tonguoi
loppy reil Uaga, tiJy mil tin; lirwdsoma uovnii nnd hajf "!""' '!a
liiiimJitii umllluit clever, pincttcal pound ciyatal ulasulmmistcir u
Joi3 mnitlunrr tup tlmt lieepi tha tobacco In uch pertent conaw
R. J. Rfivnoldjt Tohnticn Comrmnv. Winston-Snlcm, N. C.
Let ug make, up your pool car Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
The price is right i26 south sb st - n