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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1919)
RATUiUMY, HKITlMlliKu o, ,0
INSYDE I TYRES and Tred Kote Patches
National Auto Accessory Company
119 NORTH FOURTH STREET
Between Main and Pine php,
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Mcetfi Friday night of oach week at
I. O. O. P. hall. Gth and Main streets.
P. J.Gerges , N. Q.; Fred Bremor
Secretary; P. L. Fountain Treasurer
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O
r v niiMla Tiin.irt.iv nieht of oach
W. A ., u.ww - v I . . . .
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Arllo wor tary Frank Fnnnmg and n nying
;r,I,0 squadron of fifteen Knights of -Col-
CASEY' TO GREET
SAN FRANCISCO. Sent. C Socro-
rol, C. P.; Nate Ottorboln, scrioo
P. L. Fountain Treasurer.
If you want it, advcrtn.o.
Want Ads brine results.
We are no longer overstocked
with wood, and my advice, to
the consumer is to buy his win
ter's wood now. We have a
fair Apply of Blocks, Slab,
Limb and Body Woods, and
can fill orders with very little
delay. Place your orders now,
I umbug workers left today for Oregon
Herald and Wellington, whoro they will
I mnko preparations for Casey's rp-
' ception to the men or the Pacific
i finni whnn thev arrive in the nofth-
' orn ports.
Fanning and his assistants have
shipped ahead millions of cigarettes,
thousands of pounds of hard candv
chocolates, gum drops and other
sweets and big supplies of athletic
equlpinont for the sailor boys and
the reception which they will pre
pare for Portland, Astoria, Seattle
Fort Stevens, Bremerton and other
places where the gobs will step
ashore will bo on par with the
Knights hospitality in San Francisco,
Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Cruz
Tho now famous "Casey" wntcr
wagon, carrying hundreds of gallons
of lemonade for thirsty gobs will be
a familiar sight In overy city where
the men are entertained. Every sail-
jor boy knows this "dreadnaught of
I tho land" several hundred yards off
land the boys patronize it day ir0
i Included among the members of
the flying squadron are at least seven
men who saw. service oversee an'
'who in their travels along the Padf'"
, Coast meet hundreds of soldier bovt
ovonlng at 7:30. All aro welcome.
The subject of lesson for Sunday,
Tho Sundny school sosston is from
9:40 to 10:45 overy Sunday morning.
Tho froo reading room and freo
londlng library Is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Sovon Day Advontlsts Church
Meetings, Tuesday, Prayer mooting
Saturday. Sabbath School 10 a. in.
3 p. m. Y. P. M. V. meots. Preaching
11 a. m.
Sunday p. m. at tho Orphous
T. L. Thoumlor, Pastor.
A. Smlthurch. Slngor.
i nvnnM W1I I RI1II n Jt outlined. Ih tho most elaborate Ing and will cover Ruvrul t10u., .
LONDON WILL I5U1LU '.,,, lmifu,, ,mir undertaken acres. Within IIh preelncu win .?H
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nnted nemo years uk " m uunu - '"vmhi mere.
LONDON. Sept. 0. Millions of
pounds aro to be spent In tho crea
tion of a system of Industrial gar
don cities which ulllmntoly will rim
metropolitan London. Tho schomo,
Building on tho first of
Tho project Is an attmniit not on
Hdlvo London's hotinln,; iiroM-J'
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"flower garden minimi umi?H m m - """." kuuvuub onp
begin next your north or London, tic to piovent an overwhelming t0nn
cording to newspaper announce- ' lion or tho city's Industries and other
monts. Tho town will bo solf-support-' roininorclnl activities
We arc making tho summer
prices now, but there will be
advances If bad weather sets in?
Phono all orders to my resi
dence, 112R, as that is my
"WOOD TO BURN"
whom they served on the western
If You like a Fine Flavored
Tree Tea Ceylon
on our Recommendation
1 It's such a comfort to hear that
the trouble is not that prices are go
ing up, but that tho valUo of tho dol
lar Is going down. Minneapolis
Greatest producers known,
old Want Ads
AT TH CHUnCillliS
ru A Vr MATIff! No changes will be m.idc in tin's
H Ti li SI! B I I II Hi column unless tin copy fa at The
H H Ij IIU 1 A JSJ Kvenl HernW office by 5 o'cUhU
y ' j 1 ' "
'- ; j Firt Baptist f ureh, corner Wash-
of the HQTtfOINT Range j' 10 a m-i c. R
...l H1,n noor, Pnrl Prn. ' DcTjip. 'PTinte"dent
uacu tit wn- juiviwi j-vuv Preaching at 11 a. m.
, ,. . a Prajer fonice U eclnesu.iy at 8 P. M:
UUCtS JjeillUIlbUttUUU rtu me
various groceries this week.
Knlf Pni'Tirl Rnr..
Full Wewht &3
If You Prefer GREEN TEA
Ask for T.-ec Tea JAPAN
ftlasiisilw (P1". IXvwtTn
v7 "QUALITY SORE"
' WE SELL TORLE3S
TtT'Maiii t .. t acne 4
JULY ISSUE McCLURE'S ON "UTILITIES ENTITLED TO
The financial editor, in a forceful article in that Magazine, says:
"Public Utilities Commissions havo boon formed In many states to exercise con
trol over privately owned public utilities, and havo gonorally demonstrated that
tholr regulation Is beneficial On tho other hand, municipal ownership has proved
gonorally unsuccessful, and is subject to objectionable and harmful political manipu
lation. Tho public should reallzo this fact, that its Interests aro those affected, and
it is a fact that prlvato ownership-is ninoty-nlue times out ot a hundred more
cfllcient than ownership by u government, whether or a city or nation.
"In order that a public utility may expand, monoy is needed, and to get money
credit 'is necessary. It Is to tho Interest of n city and Its Inhabitants to see thai
crodit Is furnished. Their Interests aro Inextricably Intertwined, and
public indliroronco to and Ignorance of conditions affecting this class or companl-
aro serious hardships to tholr growth and expansion,
be reg- .ated they aro entitled to protection."
A.A.A.A.jP.A.A.J. ...-. . . -
rvv v v v v v v V VVV
If the ulilitk-s ure I"
California-Oregon Power Corr.;-
.. I I f 'I
dradgery into pleasure when
you cook the "HOT POINT
All styles for sale by
Link River Electric Co.
Every second ard fourth Wednesday
evening will be devoted to missionary
B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at 8
CoOKing IS turned trom ed t0 aU t0 attend these services.
Sacred Heart Churcn, corner 8th
and High streets. P.ov. Hugh J. Mar
1st Mass at 8:00
2nd Mass and Benediction at 10:30
Adults are requested to come to
the last Mass only.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High. Rev. Simpson Hamrick,
pastor, 1117 Eas street. Phone G7W
Junior Lcaauo at D.l'O A. M.
Sunday - h-'cl at U'.Or. A M.
Morning Worship at 11.00 A. M.
Epworth League at 7:00 P. M.
Evening Servlco at 8:00 P. M.
Prayer meoting Wednesday even
ing at 8 00 P. M.
We invite everybody to the services
both morning and evening.
The young people can do no better
than spend an hour with tho League
from 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. each Sun
First Christian Church, corner
Ninth and Pine streets. C. F. Trlin-
Sunday School, 10 A. M
literal eot wAira
W TOO 11ESS1E A
Says wo can't help but look
better and feel better
after an Inside bath.
You Can Escape the
of the Broiling Sun
On tho links, in the surf,
up on the mountains, out
in the broad, open country,
or wherever you may be
this summer, you can
escape tho skln-blomlshlng
effects of tho broiling sun
Nyal's Face Cream
No tan, sunburn, freckles or
otUer complexion ills aro
possible wben this prepara
tion is used
Protects the face, hands
neck and arms from sun
V 'v KLAMATH TALLS OREG0M vh, 1
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Sermon 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m,
Sermon 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesda even
ing at 8 p. m.
C. F. Trimble, Pastor
First Presbyterian Church, Corner
3rd and Pine. Rev. E. P. Lawrence,
Minister 437 Third Street. Phono
Morning worship 11 a. m. Subject,
"Tho Kingdom of God First"
Evening sermon at 8 p. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Every member of the church and
Sunday School Is urged to bo in their
places in tho regular services ot the
church for this first month ot the
fall. Strangers and new comors in the
city aro invited to all tho services.
Emanuel Baptist Church, Eleventh
and High streets.
Sunday School 10.00 a. m.
Young peoples meeting at 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting overy Wednesday at
7:30 p. ra.
Womans Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society meet first Thursday
of oach month.
Tou aro invited to these services.
The Christian Hclonco Society ot
Klamath Falls holds sorvlcos at 113
Fourth street every Sunday morning
To look one's best and feel one's beat
is to enjoy an inside bath each morn
ing to flush from the system tho previ
ous day's waste, sour fermentations
and poisonous toxins before it is ab
sorbed into the blood. Just as coal,
when it burns, leaves behind a certain
amount of incombustible material in
the form of ashes, so food and drink
taken each day leaves in the alimen
tary organs a certain amount of indi
gestible material, which If not eliminat
ed, form toxins and poisons which aro
then sucked into the blood through tho
very ducts which are intended to suck
in only nourishment to sustain the
If you want to see tho glow of healthy
bloom in your cheeks, to see your skin
get clearer and clearer, you are told to
drink every morning upon arising, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoonful
of limestone phosphate In It, which is a
harmless means of washing tho waste
material and toxins from tho stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleans
Ing, sweetening and purifying tho en
tiro alimentary tract, before putting
more food into tho stomach.
Men and women with sallow Bklns,
liver spots, pimples or palld complex'
Ion, also those who wake up with a
coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath,
others who are bothered with head
aches, bilious spells, acid stomach or
constipation should begin this phos
pbated hot water drinking, and are as
sured of very pronounced results in
one or two weeks.
A quartor pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug store
but Is sufficient to demonstrate that
just as soap and hot water cleanses,
purifies and freshens the skin on tno
outside, so hot water and limestone
pkosphato act on tho inside organs.
Wo must always consider that internal
sanitation is vastly more important
than outside cleanliness, because the
skin pores do not absorb Impurities
Into tho blood, while the bowels pores
at 11 o'clock and overy Wednesday
It' is obvious to everyone that the operating income of any
business must of necessity be sufficient to meet its operating ex
penses and permit of a reasonable return upon the capital in
vested. The telephone business affords no exception to this accepted
and well understood fact.
On account of the general high costs prevailing for labor and
materials in these unusual times, the people have been willing to
accept advances in the cost of almost eveiy necessity.
The Telephone Company has had to meet the same increases
in cost of materials and labor the same as all other industries and
business, and asks its patrons to recognize this fact, and accept
the increase in telephone rates in the same spirit of fairness and
consideration, realizing that only through adequate rates can the
telephone company provide adequate service.
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