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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
: Ir "it.
GOOD ORDER; AT A BARGAIN
j-rr . t t-"
18 cents a package
Camels are sold everywhere in
actenti fie ally sealed packages of 20
ctgaretiet; or ten packages 200
cigarettes) in a glasstne-paper
corered carton. We strongly rec
onmenc Ais carton for the home
or office aupply or whrnnycutrarmJ.
The steamship Tulsa, lately
launched at Hog Hland, was christ
ened with crude oil from Oklahoin
$ MRS. L. B. HAGUE
Notary Public Court Reporter
211 WUIita Bldg.
KlamMh Falls Oregon
"Typewriting machines bought,
Bold, rented or exchanged. Spe
cial rates to students. Type
writing supplies and stationery.
A brush that sheds is dear at
any price. If you are looking
for tho non-shed sort then
don't fall to see the brushes
now on display at our stoio
They embody the finest mate
rials and best of workmanship.
The stock is so complete
that every individual
taste may be satisfied
Prices ?1.00 to $7.00
imwm Pharmacy SE
WKUmTHFAIXS OREGON mS? I ISKaBlKTTffSKxiSE
They Win You On Quality!
Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great
because their refreshing flavor and fragrance
and mellowness is so enticingly different. You
never tasted such a cigarette ! Bite is elimi
nated and there is a cheerful absence of any
unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or any un
pleasant cigaretty odor!
Camels are made of an expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are
smooth and mild, but have that desirable full
body and certainly hand out satisfaction in
generous measure. You will prefer this Camel
blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight!
Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then
compare them with any cigarette in
the world at any price for quality,
flavor, satisfaction. No matter
how liberally you smoke
Camels they will not tire
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.23-When
the world series contenders had
apparently narrowed down to 'the
Chicago, Americans and the Cin
cinnati Nationals, sport follower,
here began to point out the probable
performers in the big show who got
their start on the Pacific Coast.
Walter H. ('Dutch') Ruether when
he wns pitching for St. fgnatius
College, " San Francisco, in 1913.
hurled a game against the Chicago
White Sox and it Is thought probable
tha as twirler for Cincinnati ho will
pitch against some of the same
players in the world series this year
Morris Rath, .spcond baseman for
the Reds, used to play with the Salt
Lake Club of the Pacific Coast
The Portland Northwest Club
started William ('Big BUD James,
Chicago White Sox pitcher, on his
way up. Later he pitched for the
Portland Club of the P. C. L.
Other Chicago players who form-
DON'T BE WITHOUT
Keep it ha ndy it knows no 'equal
in relieving pilns and aches
SLOAN'S LINIMENT has -been
sold for 38 years. Today, it is
more popular than ever. There
can be but one answer It 'produces
Applied without rubbini, It ptntlrntrs
to the afflicted part, bringing rt lief
from rheumatic twinges, sciatica, sore,
stiff, strained muscles, lame'back, and
other exterior pains and sprains and
the result of exposure. It 'leaves no
mussiness, ftain, clogged pores.
Get a large bottlo lor greater econ
omy. Keep it handy for use when
needed. Your drrpgist has it. Three
sires 3 Sc. 70c, $140
i STMS STJkR I ED .
I ON WEST COAST!
vv:m tfv? rn
on 4.re sura 01 the I iuli.c toa-.t
I u. ihili. K, i. laullc UlllallUi.
aar left haiiaci , Ileil. Ljnn iul
... uii. ; in. i. ) ii-iuiii, u.iu' with
tnj ..uczciinenio Club, iiuu.ne(lSucn.
e.-..ei aiul Lhailcs (bwedo) llfa
berg, formerly w th tan F1a.1c.stu;
and Fred McMulliu, who used toi
play with Lb Angeles.
Even the officials for the world
sories may be product of tho P.C.L.
San Franciscans say, noting George
Hlldebrand once an umplro in the
MEAT DECLARED CURSE
OP AMERBCAX NATTOX.
NEW YORK. Sept, 23. The eat
ing of meat was the target of attacks
in addresses delivered here before
the International Conference of Wo
men Physicians. Dr. Oraham Lusk,
piofessor of physiology nt ColuVji.-i
Vniversltv, declared thU "meat wan
the curse of tho American nation
and the foundation for the high cost
oi ilvmg, ' wMlo Dr E. O. MacCull
om of Baltimore assrerted that un
lf'is the consrmptlon of meat Is re
duced and frt.sh green vegetables
substituted, the nation would be vi-s-Ited
with some sort of plague like
beri-berl or pellagra.
"Bol3hovism Is the
vlped by robbers and
says ex-Oovemor fllynn of New York
At a meeting of the Irish Pro
gressive League In Now York Pres
ident Wilson's nnrao wns b)Hpd and
there were cries of "Impeach him."
If you are troubled with pains 'tw
aches; feel tired; havo headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief In
The world's atandard renr.odjr for k!(.u
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles rnrl
National Hemedy of Holland nines 1CS4
Threo Lizes, all drug(sts. GiiQrunti
Lsolc for tho nam Gold Meilftl on uvttcg bo
: BaOSEVELT IS
SAM M. Sept. 23 --'Sovuruor Ol
cott has LhxuoiI tlio folewlm: ntuto
n. cut In which ho endorse.) tlm nv
jioio of tho Kooaovelt .Memorial Asmo
cliitlon, which Is phiunliiK to i evolve
contributions fiom tho 2lti.oni of
OicRon during tho week of October
2.1-27 In conjunction with tho nn-tlon-wido
movement for tho orer
tlou of n fitting nation ll mcnuilnl
in honor of Theodore Ho mc vol
"It appears to mo tlint thN moe
tnont Is ono worthy of on keenest
mr 1136 Main St
J. C. CliKfllimtN
Civil KiiRinrcr nnd Surveyor
Office r. 17 Main Si.
IHll' l i. AM) .NflOIH.K
hiirt Uriler Mi'il i-rtt-.!
72 Mnin Siri-iM
KLAMATH I'.AI.Ks, ullK,
My business is making your
homes bright and prosperooa
by Painting, KaUomlnlng and
Satisfaction cny guarantee.
W, E. KANDY '
17 Main St. Phone 188W
HAW SnLL ENGINEERING A
IH'MlgncrH and builder of mod
ern Nnw Mlllb, Planing Mills, Kox
Planlx. Complete plants contract
ed. AppralNiiN and reportn made.
Dredging. W contract to build
any cIunn of a building and lngiull
machinery of any kind.
Drafting or any kind done. ISIue
Prints inmle. PHONE 14J
OMIco in K. D. iluildiiig
Phono 310..1 iji2 Main St.
O. K. Lunch
Pormorl at lf Main dt.
Home-Made Pics nnd Cnkes.
Cfdd Meats & Lunch Goods.
Ire Cream and Fruits.
We hnntllo the Harley-Dnvldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
ively Also buy, soil and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. "K. BISMAKK
riiS ft. Mb St. Klaniath VmOa
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing Now One Made lo Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
l'liono USO-Y U17 Klamath Ave.
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
sf y f .. i
support. A hlf;h Bliiuiluril of Amnri-
can cUI.oiiHhlp him boon .urg'-lv
imtlntnlnuil bocini.to of tho xrloitilld
oMiinplo'i which luivo licoii t'oittlnu-
ally before the youth of our luuil In
tho eltlons who havo boon (imminent
I III national affalrx from Iho earliest
1 beginning of our nation, l'lu iunu
o' 'lluodoio UooHovolt, I flrinlv 'pel,
will hint as Ioiik iih American lllniory
lust i. Ills ruling piif-slnn mi.i lo he nil
I American ami ho stood for what was
ihli;hst In Auiorlriiii lilonls. Such a
llfo n IiIh Ih tho kind of n II fo to
which 1 referred wliou 1 mild that
our cltlzonshlp hail hcon inulntalnod
to n li 1 f: li Htundard largely through
tho examples which luivu been hold
up to our youth. For that reason I
hvllrivo your projoct Ih worthy of tho
greatest consideration. 'I'ho propnr
kind of u memorial will not only ho
a fittliu; trlhuto to tho inomoiy of
ono of our great Americans, hut will
nuslst In pausing on to generations
K. F., Bend Stage
I THK rAKINIA.N 1IHAUTY HIIUI' I
l'acjul MisMiiglo3, llleaelilog and i
I'aeial I'iicIin 1
Manicuring. Shampooing J
51 ft Main l'liono BOO J
CITY AND COUNTY AI1STIIACT
AHTIIUIt It. WILSON
You Had Better Order
i Your Winter Wood now
Double Load Illocki 87.00
Green Hlnb, Pine J?:t.JM
Green Slab, Kir 94.50
W. E. SEEHORN CO.
628 Main Ht. Phone 72
ochaUer Broa. A Klabnta
McDonald Peel Room
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Lot your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazlng done In nny part
1 of tho city
E. O. 8TUCKY.
Carpenter & Cablnotmnkor
Phono 477W 1021 Main.
FOR ANY KIND OE EUUNITURE
At No. 10 Main Street.
TRY MB PflONB 17-J
Now Open for
Mrs. Rom HcDanlelo,
301 High St Phone 4S5
Loomls Dldg., Klamath Falls
t co.no Iho benefit erfT
which 1,1. Iu,h h,id oul ,'01n,
woitiH and In ltH ((1(1(N """HI,
rtn pin.,. , , CM
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children hIiiu. inn wn. ?,.'
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IncrcnHo. nllnue3 '
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'" '" n H.I. co,ry
Kri-uil dalr tork. nnd 70,000 far '
nr dovo.,,1 .o )ruci,llg ,
t j niutft
I. O. (). Itulhllng
DR. R. B. CRAVER
Medicine and SurRcry
Olllcu oror UnderwooJs
7th and Mali
Dr. E. G. Wi3ccarver
PMOM-: ik i
P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Btratt
,1 Offlco Phono 385 Res. 135
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Phjslelnn and Hargeon
Klamnth Falls Oregon
H. C. SCHLEEF
I'll) sli inns and SurseuM
Office, White llldg.
RffiDICINB AND SUBflKM
200 I. O. O. P. BldB-
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Hum-Nxor to Dr. Truai
Suit S00, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Ofllce phono HdJ
Ren I'hono mm
DR. A. A SOULE
Study Anatomy an WifjBg
Francisco, Calif.. Ur. J.
ero has charge of my Pf"11
nuvinto 402 Main 6t
I ZT nnlUll
TK. F K. liu""'
(over K. K. K.
Phone 85J1 . . phJ.
lThe otuy OBttopatblc r
clan and Burgeon W
aaa ccpi no ubiuciou
Let us make up your pool car Murphey Feed & Seed Stor
j. tic pi ic id i igut
126 South Sixth St
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