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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
RECRU L,rAN LAKE
ATF0AR FGN DUTY
.nUTIS B0Pt. R. T W"r
Tvpartmcm n .. ,, ., com.
; rtlo infantry and Blitiml
' ,.liI fr l" . M.11..1IU omiry
Recr 11.1 for thrco yoars.
tiientW"" n-niafomont Depot
? to. Mn who nM.nll.1
,or, in Moado upon completion of
STStflet equipment and ma
JJVnd method, of lnta..at.on .n
SJ differ somewhat from equip
STLtrtlr encountered In t ,0
Si States. A an Instance, tho
i book, worn by tho lino men
J them a grotcsquo appearance.
-JLfaHibto than aplkcs, whoro
11 -jure w-
- pous ire of ""'form fl'7"'
TROHIBmOJf HBNIW 100
ITALIANS TO OM HOMR
' 'MISSOUU, Mont., Sopt. n. Kxo-
ln of nearly 100 realdonts or mis
.MnU nd natives of Italy, who nro
.tinning to rotum to their iiatlvo
1 ....1 hi. nil l nrcdlctod hero by
1UU IU' -
Ambers of tho Italian colony.
The Urgo numhor who nro to lonvo
ilooit unanimously doclaro that tho
prohibition roRlmo has. mado thorn
jwtly dissatisfied. Prohibition, how
erer, li not tho only reason for tholr
emigration. Many of tho Italians nro
1 ia ll( thAlf rnlrtflvAft TnflTIV
11 8CX10US lu finii. nu ........., .........
r whom thoy havo had no word, In
If ome casos, for fivo years, bocauso ot
the world war. Also thoy nil cxpross
j desire to tour tho Itnllan battlo-
The bestowal of knighthood on
TOter do Freso, tho London thcat-
rlcal manager, makes his wlfo, tho1
former calo Impersonator of tho vau
deillle stage, Vesta Tllley, tbo Lady)
it Frees. 1
Belgian Rulers Soon Sail for U. S,
Klnr Albert and Quoon Elizabeth of Dolgium (eel that they and
their country owe to tbo United States a debt ot gratitude which only
personal vl.lt to our shores can help repay. Therefore, an early trip
hero has beon planned, tholr threo children to accompany them.
These are tho latest pictures of tho royal pair. Washington la plan
ning a great social whirl during tholr visit.
The Increase In the cost of living
lu Groat Urltaln slnco 1014 Is 1C0
pur cont., and In Franco 292 pur
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Frcezone
costs only a few cents.
ij Y li
liaise my lnitiilii to my head, Ilcnldcn'
what I spent for treatment anil modi-1
cino tho llmo I lost from my work on
account ot this rhouimillMin amounted
to ovor four hundred dollurs In sal
ary I couldn't sloop much, and juat
gradually wont down hill until 1 i
lost In weight from ono liundrod and
j thlrty-flvo to ono liundrod and ton
pouiidn, and was ho weak und run
1 11 own mm. 1 cuuki imruiy eui, uuuui
' ut all. 1
I "A frlond of mlno who had boon
Buffering from this samo kind of
trouhlo, told mo that Tanlac was tho
only thing that had ove'r dono him
any good, and advised mo to bIvo It
11 trial. Woll, to mako a long story
short, I bavo just flnlshod my sixth
bottle of Tanlac) and I am' bo froo
from' suf ferine In ove'ry wayj and am
as well and strong aa I over wan In
my llfeJ I weigh one hundred and
thirty-five pounds now, which means'
that I' havo gotten back all I lost In
weight. I ''have regained all uny
strcngth'and cXn'-'do as" much work
as I" could 'fifteen Vicare" agW -All
that soreness and stiffness has gone
from my arms and I can raise my
hands above my head without the
least trouble. Yes, sir, Tanlao has
been a godsend to mo, and I never
loso an opportunity to recommend It
to othors. I am buying another bottle
to take it homo with me today, for I
never expect to bo without it."
Tanlac is sold in Klamath Falls by
the James Merc. Co. Adv.
tho Star Drug Co., and in Lorella by
WILL piSCUSS BIG
TOPICS OF WORLD
TO TEACH EUROPE
fc ABOUT KIDDIES
8T. LOUIS, Mo., Sopt. C Itovival '
of furnishing foreign credits to faclll-
tato exports, tho railroad problomf
and tho labor situation uro nmom;
tho Important topics to bo discussed
at the forty-fifth annual convention I
of the American Bankers' Association
hero Soptember 29 to October 3. I
w . .1 r- neti 1...1 - .. ff
diuro iiiuu u,vvu uuu&ura kuiu uii 4
parts of tho United States, Canada.
Porto Rice, and tho Phlllpplno Is
lands aro expected to attend.
President Wilson has beon invited
to deliver tho principal address, and
others expected to speak aro David
It. Francis, formerly Ambassador to
Hussla, Homer L,.- Ferguson, Presi
dent or tho United States Chamber
ot Commerce, Henry P. Davison of
Now York formerly head' of the Am
erican Rcdf Cross and Robert F. Mad-
dox of Atlanta, Ga., president of the
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'TIIKIIK'H NOTHING AS GOOD AS
TA.VI1C," 8AYH PORTIiAND
SfAN GAINS TWENTV yiVE
Willi )uur fingerHl Vo 1 cm lift oft
un hard corn, mift corn, or corn c.
twecri tho toes, und tho hard V1n !!
Iii'-ch fjou bottom of font.
A tiny liottlo of "Fro.izoii )' msls
lltt'j at any drug store; apply n U-v
dr,.ps upon the corn or callus In
utantly It HtopH luirtln.T, tl-nu iiinuly
you llfn that bothemomn corn or nl
UtJ rl'.it off, root and all. wltho-it
ono Ml of pain or hopjiii Hf. I'm v1
1 "In all my long cxporlonoo I havo
nevor found anything as good as
1 Tanlac when It comos to rollovlng
' suffering," said J. A. Nelsz, a woll
known employee of tho Pacific Car
and Foundry Co., and who lives at
11 Kast GCth St., North Portland,
t Ore., tho other day.
".My troubles began about thrco
yoars ago," continued Mr. Nelsz, "and
I havo been having a tough time of
It ovor since that Is .until I com
menced taking Tanlac. I had rhouma
tlsni In my arms and back, and I suf
fered almost constantly during all
that time. Ot course thoro woro
times when this trouhlo was.worso
than at othors, but I can truthfully
Hiiy that thoro was hardly over a tlmo
when I was not conscious of pain to
somo extent. My arms woro so stiff
and soro at times that I couldn't
W R.V3fo '"Bbbbbbbbbi
Mlaa JntTm f! T.a(ltmn T
Of Children's Dnronn nt tt lu
parttnent of Labor, has made net
wonderful showing IntCfalld ee
erratlon and welfri daee kw
appolotmeot by PrMldest Tmft ta
tI2. Ibst she has bD aakad In
the ClAhrwRLnvak M.. .
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WORLD WAR VETERAN
HAS 61ST BIRTHDAY
SPOKANE, Sopt. C. Scrgoant Al
lan C. Austin, a member of tho 4th
engineers, who gpent his 61st birth
day with tho American array of oc
cupation in Germany, has returned
to Spokane. Sergeant Austin enlist
ed In Portland, giving his ago as f4
for .fear of being rejected If ho gave
his true ago, 59. Ho had a record of
eight yoars In tho regular army.
Austin's discharge papers show he
took part In tho following engage
ments: Tho Alsne-Marno offensive,
tho advance In tho Veslo sector, and
In the St. Mlhlel and Meuse-Argonne
offensives. Tho aged veteran also
was In tho fight at Chateau Thierry.
Ono ot tho "hell fighters" of tho
returning 3C9th Infantry recently
haled his wlfo Into court for whip
ping him. Ho said sho was a "holy
A - -
Children Love Them
Instinctively they cravo this wheat food with
its taste of salt. And indeed nothing could bo
hotter for them than crisp, dainty Snow
Flakes. Your grocer has them.
Don't ask for Crackers cay Snow Flakes
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Jr55! 1SJ Iiiscuit Co.
QtSgfes Q5S. ?i
Central Outfitting Company
WE HAVE ASSEMBLED MANY SHORT LINES OF MERCHANDISE, AND HAVE MADE ANOTHER GREAT RE
DUCTIONTHE SALE PRICES NOW ARE RIDICULOUSLY LOW.
WE ARE MAKING THE GREATEST REDUCTION IN THIS SALE THAT HAS BEEN MADE IN YEARS. THE IM
MENSE CROWDS WHO HAVE ATTENDED THIS SALE CONFIRMS THE FACT THAT OUR PRIES ARE THE
LOWEST IN KLAMATH COUNTY.
Be Here Tomorrow! Buy All You Can! Reductions Amazing!
35c Tan and Black Sox
Dress up your boy for school
, $12.50, $14.50 Suits
$5.50 Men's Work Sb
$15.00, Riding Boots
$2.00 Boys' Felt Hats
$3.50 Boys' Elk Shoes
Not All Sizes
$2.00 Wool Underwear
$1.00 Men's Balbriggan
$2.00 Men's Union Suits
20c Canvas Gloves
$2.50 Men's Bib Overalls
Stifle Stripe. All Sizes
$15.00 Boys' Overcoats
$4.50 Men's Jersey Sweaters
$1.50 Men's Work Shirts
$1.50 Men's Heavy Fleeced
25c Linen Collars Ide and
Arrow Makes Each
$7.50 Men's Tan Shoes
Button and Lace
$1.50 Men's Ribbed Underwear
$6.00 Men's Dress Shoes
Lace and Button
$2.00 Men's Flannel Shirts
CENTRAL OUTFITTING COMPANY
Corner Ninth and Main Streets Klamath Fall, Oregon