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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
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hunger for goos where It can be
"People are nccualnc u ot again
having recourse to the 'dumping
Bystem.' We- Co nbt merit this uc
cusatlon, and I must deny It most
energetically. I hare the hope that,
In splto ot all hindrances, we will
soon climb up to prosperity It work
nnd constructive power, raw mato-j
rials and coal are placed at our dls
posal In sufficient quantities.
"We need the world market. Tho
pressure will be removed from Qor-
tnnny, and we will get credit abroad
Wot must bo convlncod that wo are
again to climb. This people Is not
to bo destroyed economically. If
nil energies revive I hope that wo
are not at the end of our rope, but
thnt Gorman people will overcome
these sad days and that the Joyful
times will come again. I am build
ing on the never falling creative
power ot our Industry, our techniquo
and art nnd science."
TULE LAKK NUWS
LKIPSIC, Sept. 23. (Correspon
dence of tho Associated Press),
llbbort Schmidt, Germany's food and
economic minister, In n speech at
the Lclpslc fnjr, said Germany was
"sick with two diseases, lack of raw
materials and fuel.
"During-my visit to" tho fntr build
ings," he said, "I henrd constant
complaints about- the lack of coal
Wo havo tho workers and wo have
tho orders In plenty, we can easily
get millions, oven billions of ordors.
But when I nstted ench individual
exhtbltor why ho did not accept or
ders he replied invariably that ho
lacked raw material and fuel. It is
lruu iu ovr, euon w oems ' Tho or,glnai Rcd prfction Surface
to force Germany back Into nn in- n0iti Guaranteed to glvo moro sor-
ferlor placo, not in tho usual way vice for the dollar- than any other
of competition, but through pollti- rubber belt,
fnl moftinrla Harmnn frniliv hnic- rOr SAI6 13Y
j.ni u..ii i . . ,...i.i The Klamath Rubber & Leather Co.,
.:., ... uu..u i a, ... u.. U2G Ma,n stt K,amatn TaUa, ore
trade, for no power can prevent tho 18tf
"Get this straight"
says the Good Judge
The tobacco that gives
you the most lasting
chew is the kind that
saves you money. You
don't have to take so
many fresh chews. The
rich tobacco taste stays
right with it. .That's
why you take a smaller
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put up in two styles
RIGHT GUT a short-cut tobacco
W-Bv CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
TULE LAKE HOMESTEAD, Oct
21. EvcVott Grlllith ot Mt. Lakl
was In tho vicinity recently attend
Ing to tho threshing nnd hauling ot
grain from his lake land.
Mrs., llodllcld, Mrs. Elliott's
mother, sp!nt Inst week oh tho home
stead. She returned Tuesday to
Joe and Mnry Kotcrn went toDor
ris Saturday with u party Including
tho players ot tho Mnlln orchestra,
tho boys play there Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Ereor spent the week end In
Win. Freer nnd his mother, win
Is visiting here from Michigan, came
hero frpm Portland Inst weuk. They
will visit with Mrs. Freer nnd sons
tor several weeks.
Mrs. Crnndnll spent tho week end
with Mrs. ltubb in Merrill. '
STAB THEATKE TONIGHT
Wednesday & SMurdrtjr
Popular Jufct Orchestra
Adolpli Zukor Prenenti
Monday Bargain night, Double 11111
Constnnco Tnlmndgo In "Sauco for
tho Gooso" nnd Wallace Held in "Too
Many Millions." 20-lt
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hooy. Cam.,
sand and Bravel nit. In nnv nunntltv
that may be desired by contractors
u ' ir s
SbW Bra??' "t "
327 Main Street
WHEN YOU SUFFER
Sloan's Liniment should be kept
bandy for aches and pains
WHY wait for a severe pa!n,ran
ache, a twinge following ex
posure, a sore muscle, sciatica, or
lumbago to leave naturally when you
should keep Sloan's Liniment handy
to help curb it and keep you active
Without rubbing, lor it penetrates,
apply a bit today to the afflicted part.
Note the gratifying, clean, prompt
relief that follows; Sloan's Liniment
couldn't keep its many thousands of
friends the world over if (t didn't make
good. That's worth remembering. All
druggists three sizes the largest
for utmost economy. 35c, 70c., $1.40.
I'll bo in Klamath Falls
soon to install the National
Weather Strip in several of
the new and old homes. Let
mo show you what it is and
then I'll get your order. It
speaks for itself, pays for It
self and works for you.
T. L. COLLIER
Watch for further announcements.
JP' REGISTERED IN T I),
s pat, orr. i sos
Have your next suit and overcoat made by K. K. K. Store,
agents for Ed. V. Price and The Royal Tailors.
We will give you everything you desire in" a perfect fitting,
finely tailored, stylish suit or overcoat
K. K. K. STORE
Exclusive Agents for
ED. V. PRICE & CO. and THE ROYAL TAILORS
IX PL'HSUIT OF POLLY
Kxtrn AddiMl Attraction LoU Iteel
"SHOWING ELK'S CONVENTION'
A Montgomery Klogg Comedy
II IK liAST IIOTTLE
JcsnIo Ji. Lntky lYfcscntH
OUT OF THE SHADOW
Five Acts of Screen Vaudovlllo
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
Crisco is advancing in price. If
you want to make a saving buy this
week at 33 l-3c the pound. Tin's will
be the last week at tin's price.
Sinclair's Eastern Corn Fed Hams
and Bacon. Priced this week : Hams,
45c the pound; bacon, 52c the pound.
A good bulk coffee is 'worth more
at wholesale than we are selling it for,
in small quantities. It will pay you to
get a supply of us now. Priced at 35c
Do You Want
? ? ? ? ?
We are closing out the stock of Wall
Paper at less than manufacturera'
prices, broken lots as low as 10 cents
the roll; good quality bed room paper
at 20 cents the roll. Even if you do not
wish to paper this fall, get your paper
now and set it aside.
By Doing So
We have two patterns only of Var
nish Tile Paper for bath room or kitch
en at 50 cents the roll. Colors blue
and green tile, border to match.
The world' standard remedy for kidney.
Uver, bladder and uric add troubles.
Holland's national remedy sines 1690.
All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed.
Leek for lb name Cold Medal en Try boa
and accost lailtillil
Profile portraits nro sulci to luivo
boon originated by an ompuror who
was blind In onq cyo, and wished to
conceal It In his pictures.
Dest yet. Herald Want Ada.
Now Is tho time to fix that
Hoof now beforo tho rain and
snow como and make it al
most impossible to do tho
work. You save money by
doing It now, and save your
property, too. Lofmo do your
work and It will bo done right.
W. D. MILLER
Phono 203 233 Oth St.
Livery, Feed and Sales
Day or Night
Lobr Trips Oar Specialty
822 Klamath Ave
tll i 't jfJrxrJVuvxlruvvvnrA '
.T BY ED. V. PRICE A CO.
. "Helpful Hints"
DEATH REVOKES A CHECK
A bank has authority to pay a depositor's outstanding
checks only so long as he is alive. If payment IS made
without knowledge of a doposltor being dead, tho bank
Is protected. This Is yet another reason why a chock
should not be held too long before presentation.
Have you ever realized what little safeguards you liavo i
whnn vnn net nn nttttrwllnn nt vnnv mvtre ftitiflci? j
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IS. R. Realties, Tresiaent.
L. F. Willed, Vice-President
Leslie Rogers, Cashier.
A. M. Collier, Aast. Cashier,
John M, Moore, Asst. Cashier.
During hur Htny In America,
Queen Kllzaboth oxpuctH to visit some
or tho principal modlcal coIIckoh nnd
hospitals to obtain Information that
will nld her in her project to estab
lish an institution for modlcal rt-
search In Holglum.
ANYWUKM2 I.V.THK CITV
Tho csenpomunt wheol of a vatek
makes 781,800 rurolutloai erir; 11
Wo ninko n gpccUltjr of Art, lift
mill accident insurance. PbonoMaH
we'll do tN rest. Chllcota A Sal.
ami Mrr us show yoc
OUH NI'AV TIRE
Hoagland & McCoIImi
Next Door to 1'ostofflee.
I "liTI ' -
tJohn H. Moore, Asst. Cashier. II
g fiRST National Bank!
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON a Pi
There's a Live
connecting your home with our store,
means you can have what you want just
when you want it. You always haye the
privilege of returning o rexchanging gods
ordered by phone.
Phone Main 37 , for anything you need.
Small orders will be delivered just as cheer
fully as large ones.
W'vL. KLAMATH FALLS OREGOHfffJ
V WHERE PARTICULAR PE.pLe
rpugrrvl BUY THEIR DRUO