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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Take out the Carbon. Give National Auto Accessory Company
.1 r r r. 119 NORTH FOURTH STDnrn
tne Ungme more rep 7 . Between Main and Pine nT1
I. S. S. SALES
Associate Director Robert K. Sinltli
Snjh People in TMcllth District
Are Not Standing Up to Their Full
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. IS.
During the first eight months of
1919 the peoplo of the Twelfth Fed
eral reserve district, embracing tho
states of Washington, California,
Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, part
of Arizona and tho territories ot
Hawaii and Alaska, saved $7,079,
255.75 by the purchas eof Thrift
and War Savings Stamps, according,
to a report Just issued by the War
Loan Organization. "High prices
were hit just that hard," said Rob
ert E. Smith, director of the organi
zation, "as every dollar saved helped
bring down prices."
-RoyaiCord' 'Nobby' Chain' 'Usco' 'Plain'
See the big Nobs
The 'Nobby is a big rough
husky fellow. The tire they are
all talking about.
A great road gripper a sure
enough non-skidder and non-
Makes easier riding and easier
driving. More safety, more com
fort more mileage.
'Nobby' is a United States Tire,
which means none better. Just
right for our roads.
United States Tires
are Good Tires
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The niiinun tsaveil, lion over, the
report shows, is only 13 9 per cent
of tho iiuota asked to ditto by the
government ,trom residents ot the
twelfth district. At tho beginning
of the year tho treasury ilcpnitmont
fixed a quota of $10 Per capita us
sulUclcnt to help tho government
meet its war debts. Tlio $10 quota
is just halt the per capita quota
asked in 191S.
"Tho I'eoplo are not standing up
to their responsibilities in tho ills
trict," said C. A .Farnsworth, as
sociate director of tho War Loan
Organization. "The government
needs this money just as much now
as it did during tho war and is de
pending upon every man, woman
and child in tho district to lend it
J 10 before tho end of tho year. Of
cours ethere aro indigents in tho
west who haven't $10 to lond their
country and thero aro others who
have tho $10 who aren't enough
American to lend it to their coun
try. Consequently real Americans
must Invest more than their quota
if the west is to savo its face before
the rest of tho country."
"High prices,' 'tho report points
out, "would bo struck a serious
blow If the people of tho west would
only save something out of every
pay envelope or salary check If the
wage or salary earner would make
War Stamps tho first Item on his
budget each woik. Tho money
saved would shut down tho demand
for luxuries and at the same time
provldo capital for gi outer produc
tlon of necessities. Tho best econo
mists In tho country." tho report
continues, "a agreed that this Is
the only way to lower prices that
congressional investigations and
prosecutions of profltoors will not
affect price reductions.
"Work and savo regularly," Is tho
only remedy," tho report concludes.
MONTANA TO PROBE
INTO LIVING COST
HELENA, Mont., Sept. 1 S Not
later than October 1, tho Montana
trado commission Is export-id to be
gin activo work on IU atutouldo In
qulry Into tho high 0O3t of living and
its cause. This task was assigned
tho commission by tho recent speelnl
session of tho stato legislature. The
trado commission, which also Is tho
stato railway commission and the
public utilities commission, already,
It Is declared faced a vast amount of
Tho comlssion has .at Its disposal
a quantity of data gathered by tho
state efficiency commission, which
previously had tho investigation of
living costs In charge, and In addi
tion the trade commission now has
agents in tho state Investigating
conditions. "No' official statement
has been made but it is expected that
the first formal session of the com
mission's Inquiry will bo hold In
MISTAKEN' FOR CRIMINAL
HAVANA, 111., Sept. 17. Enraged
Havana citizens, forming a posso for
capturing three holdup men, shot
and killed Louis Bluhm and wound
ed Peter Cymbal. Both men aro
from Chicago and the authorities bo-
lieve that the posse fired on tho
If it's worth baring, it's worth in
suring. Get a Standard policy from
Chilcote & Smith, 033 Main St. fi-tf
Latest Records at Shepherds. 17-:itJ
Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water
Tells why everyone should drink
hot water each morning
Why Is man and woman, half the
time, feeling nervous, despondent,
worried; some days headachy, dull
and unstrung; some days really inca
pacitated by illness.
If we would all practice Inside-bathing,
what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of thousands of
half-sick, anaemic-looking souls with
pasty, muddy complexions we should
see crowds of happy, healthy, rosy-
cboeked people everywhere. Tho rea
son is that the human system does not
rid itself each day of all tho waste
which It accumulates under our pres
ent mode of living. For every ounce
of food and drink taken Into the sys
tem nearly an ounce of waste material
must be carried out, else It ferments
and forma ptomalne-llko poisons
which aro absorbed into the blood.
Just as necessary as It is to clean
the ashes from the furnace each day
before tho flro will burn bright and
hot, so wo must each morning clear
tho inside organs of tbo previous day's
accumulation of Indigestible waste
and body toxins. Men and women,
whether sick or well, are advised to
drink each morning, beforo breakfast,
a glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate in it,
as a harmless means of washing out
fit the stomach, liver, kidneys and
boweU tho indigestible material,
waste, sour bile and toxins; thus
cleaning, sweetening and purifying
the entire alimentary canal before
putting more food Into tbo stomach.
Millions of people who bad their
turn at constipation, bilious attacks,
acid stomach, nervous days and sleep
less nights have become real cranks
b6u't the morning inside 'bath; A
quarterpound of limestone phosphate
wllliaot oos'tmuch at the drug store,
buVls sufficient "to dsmonitrafs to any
on iu"''cl4iisiar, swtetrting and
1 IN OFF
Li I.LI). Sept IS -The tragic
(loath of Adolplio Dogoylnr, the com
poser of "Internationale," who
passed away liure during J Gor
niun occupation, bus Just become
known to the city Gi'gtjtor, u mun
ot strong character, laborious work
ing man, had written suveral songs
which he and his brother-in-law
used to sing. Ho made no prion
slon to being n musician but took
great pleasure In playing the biiglo.
It was on this instrument that be
played tho famous air which he
wrote to the words of Eugeuo Pot
tlor's hymn and the first tlmo ho
sang It was to some of his comrades
In n cabaret here.
Then his wife died. Ills brother
wont to Paris ami passed himself off
as tho ailthor of tho famous air!
dT HElk, Exclusive
UDIOr 1136 Main St
J. O. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 617 Main St.
Phone, Office, 100. Ilea. 1B2M.
CHOP SCEY AND NOODLE
X HOUSE 5
Hbort order mcum Hcrveo.
j 73 Main Street
X, KLAMATH FALLS, ORB.
My business Is making your
homes bright and prosperous
by Painting, Kalsomlnlng and
Satisfaction my guarantee.
W. E. KANDY
17 Main St.
SAW MILL ENGINEERING &
- CONSTRUCTION CO.
Designers and builders of mod
ern Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints matie. PHONE 140 J
Office in K. D. Building
Phone 3 10-J 1122 Main St,
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 46 Main St.
Home-Made Pies and Cakes.
Cold Meats & Lunch Goods.
Ice Cream and Fruits.
We handle the Harloy-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
lvoly. Also buy, sell and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes
C. E. BISMARK
115 S. Oth St. Klamath Falls
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair-
las; New pses Made to Order
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Tho two misfortunes worked iIIh
iiHlioiiHly on Di'goyter'H mind, lie
begun to drink heavily and conceived
for all iiiiihIu it dislike ho Httong tliut
he w on Id leave a cufo If any one
began to slug or lly on u muslcul
Then the (toriiimiH ciiiue. IH'Kuy
ter suffered acutely from having to
work fiT them on the town water
supply When the typhus epidemic
spiead he wiih ordered to report lit
the mllKury linspllul and one day
he fulled to present himself. The
"Kommaudantur" Issued a warrant
for his arrest. In tho evening ho
lie Is burled In the cemetery noar
tho hill here where a little woodon
cross with tho name "Adolplio Do
gey tor" marks tho grave of the au
thor of "Intornutloiialo."
'TO.tl.MIKS' WEAR '('IVIKS'
LONDON, Sept. 18. An order linn
been promulgated permitting' llrlt
Isli army and naval officers, when
crf duty, to wenr "Mufti" or civil
K. F., Bend Stage
THE PAHISIAK I1KAUTV SHOP
Facial Massaging, Ulcaching and
610 Main Phone 300 J
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
You Had Better Order
Your Winter Wood now
Double IiOad Illocks ,97.00
Grocn Slab, Pine 93.50
Green Slab, Fir $1.50
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
(122 Main St.
Vochatzer Bros. & Klabzuba
McDonald Peel Room
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Lot your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done In any part
" of tho city
E. O. 8TUCKY.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phono 477W 1024 Main.
FOR ANY KIND OF FURNITURE
At No. 10 Main Street.
TRY MB PHONE 170-J
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDaniels,
301 High St Phone 455
LoossipRUCn IMMMtk Falls
":.is nut (,in()
Ron. who him i,. ,, w,iUllK ,,,,;"
'" 1'MMl Uoell,, ,r Zl 'm-
weeks, left ,. lln . J"'1 o
whore he will v, ,, r,..,.,. ulll,
lives this full !!I11,;N,,ml
When tho body begins to stiffen
ond movement becomes paffi
is usually on lnd,cationthath
kidneys arc out of order. KD
these orKana healthy by fi
The world's auwdard remedy for Md...
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Famous nes lfiaiv Tt. . .
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for tli nam. cu M.d o, WWf u,
DR. R. B. CRAVER
Modlclne and Surgorr
Otnco over Undcrwoodi
7th and Mtln
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Over Undent ood's
Seventh mid Main Htrect)
Olllco Phono 385 Kcs. 435
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'IijhIcIiiii and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
1'Ii)h1cIiiiis mid Surgeons
Office, Willie Hldg.
MEDICINE AND SUIWEBf
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
"dr. g. a. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. TruiU
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. BW
Office phono 80J
Res Phone nun
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