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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
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Don't Spend Another Penny for Merchandise Until You See Our Advertisement in Tomorrow's Paper
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SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18th, AT 9:00 A. M.
It will be the greatest sale we have ever held. It is the sale you have been waiting for. Our entire stock goes on sale.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS SEE TOMORROW'S EVENING HERALD
The Evening Herald
E. J. MUK11AV
, FRED SOUIiK
Published dally except Sunday by
Tits Herald Publishing Company of I
Klamath- Falls, at 115 Fourth Street.
: "Metropolitan Amusements "
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ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
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WEDJJESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 101
eUnoilaj At Saturday
Popular Jazz Orchestra
DUCKS DAMAGE RICH
SACRAMENTO, Ca , Oct, 15.
Wild ducks are playins havoc with a
considerable portion of the Sacra
mento valley rice crop. J. H.
Stephens says his loss this .year due
to wild ducks will amount to
$12,000. Stephens declares he was
refused protection by government
representatives until the damage
had been done.
" Artcraft Present.
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The IVniale Ch.is Chafwin
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Jessie Ii. Lasky Picscuti
TUG MYSTERY GIRL
A Ljous and Moran Comedy
Hearst International Xcus
. No spot in the British Isles
more than 80 miles from the sea
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDArS AST) SATURDAYS
GO BACK 01 JOS
COPMJ.VT IK) A HIT OP WORK
TOR MONTHS BKPORi: TAKING
simply 1 misery nearly every mln-lback, and that is gutting better all
i to Why. I got to whuru in) knees tho tlmo. I um going back to work
nuxt week, ho ou may know by that
"When I commenced taking
Tanlac I hadn't been ablo io hit a
lick of work In several months. but!lt!J "'i l-1'"8 'n tho small of my
vonld pain and actio so bad that I
couldn't stand on my feet any length
of time. When I was sitting down I
would bne to stretch my legs
straight out in ordor to bo comfort
able a few minutes. 1 would have to
change my position often while In
bed on account of being in so much
pain, and such a thing us u good
night's sleep was out of the question
with me. My kidneys gao mo lots
of trouble too, and I suffered u great
bottles of this medkino hasjuacK
mado such a big lniproeinent in m j
"Tho different medicine. and
that my condition Is greatly Itn
procd I huto totd a lot of my
friends about Tanluc and what It
has tlono for me, nnd I am always
glad to h.ivo a rliauco to say a good
word for tho bust medicine on earth"
Tanlnc Is sold In Klamnth Kalli
by the Star Drug Co., and In I-orello
by tho James Merc, Co. Adr.
WAR CliAlMS PAID
SACUAMKNTO. Cal.. Oct. 15.
California families are being paid
condition that I am now getting treatments I took didn't uo mo anv, J24.-I19.4G0 In war risk Insurance
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ready to get back' on tho job," said
F.L. Snyder, a well known lumber
man who lives at 44 Forst St., Port
land, Ore., the other day.
"I have suffered from rheumatism
for tho past fifteen years' continued
Mr Snyder, "aud the trouble grad
ually grew worse all the time until It
Anally got tho best of me and I had
to giteup my work altogether. This
rheumatism just seemed to settle in
no kneo and hip joints and shoulder
blades, and it's an actual fact, I was
good at all, and in fact, tho only
thing I found that has done mo any
good at all since this trouble first
came on me, is Tanlac. I began tak
ing this medicine a lev.' weeks ago,
and it is simply wonderful. I an
truthfully say that I commenced to
feel better by tho tlmo i had taken
Tanlac four or Ue days, and 1 have
been improving ever since. In fact,
I never haie a pain or an ache now
with the exception of a slight pain
now and then in tho small of my
claims by Undo Sam. A total of
2,794 claims are being paid while
1,023 aro being investigated.
Tho winner of a cigarette smok
ing competition In Knglaud kupt an
ordinary cigarette alight for ilxty
1 1 W;
Probably tho first known Intoxi
cant was tho fermented milk of
marcs, and It is at the present time
a favorite with tho Tartar.
CAN NOW HAVE
The Quaker Pipeless Furnace offers clean, even
furnace heat to the thousands of homes that here
tofore have been forced to rely on inadequate and
dirty stoves. Many times the ordinary type of
furnace installation is out of the question on ac
count of tearing up the floors and walls for regis
ters and stacks. Again, the basement is too small
to admit of the furnace or the home owner has
not felt justified in spending the money required
for an elaborate 'pipe installation.
Whatever the reason provided, the home own
er has, nevertheless, longed for clean, healthful,
eyen furnace heat.
The Quaker Pipeless Furnace
The Quaker Pipeless Furnace has no pipes, no
bulky cold air returns. Your floors and walls are
not torn up, no cellar is too small,
The installation is extremely simple. Anybody
can install the Quaker Pipeless Furnace. An
abundance of clean, pure, warm air, sent to every
room. Simpler than a stove to operate, cleaner,
more saving of fuel, and much more healthful.
Sends heat to every room in the house. Venti
lates as well as heats. Changes and purifies the
air in every room.
ROBERTS & HANKS
A good oil heater filled with
Pearl Oil gives real comfort with
out dust and dirt. Steady, com
fortable heat for many hours on
one filling with Pearl Oil, the ever
obtainable fuel. Oil consumed
only when heat is required no
waste. Portable. Economical.
Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined
by our special process which
makes it clean burning.
For sale in bulk by dealers
everywhere, the same high
quality kerosene as the Pearl Oil '
sold in five-gallon cans. There is
a saving by buying in bulk. Order
t by name Pearl OiL
We recommend Perfection Oil Heaters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY "
' HE AT AND LIGHT
J. J. MORTELL, Special Agent Klamath Falls, Ore.
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Children Love Them
Instiiietivoly tliey crave this wheat f. 1 wilh
its taste of Malt. And indeed notlnn.; euiiU! lie
licttcr for them tliun crisp, dainty Snow
Flakes. Your grocer ins tliem.
Don't ask for Crackers say Snow Flakes
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tht Story of a Turret Captain
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In April 1907 tie wat rated Chief Turret
Captain. Ills pay todjy la $103.76 per
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These comrades or ycurs cany
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And when you come home, yw
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