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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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rettes instantly and permanently likable3!
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A good oil heater filled with
Pearl Oil is a real comfort. Gives
instant heat when and where
wanted. No smoke, no odor.
Lights at the touch of a match.
Steady, comfortable warmth for
many hours on one filling of Pearl
Oil, the ever-obtainable fuel. Eco
nomical. Pearl Oil is refined and rc-rc-fined
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 buy
ing in bulk. Order by name
We recommend Perfection Oil Heaters
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cigarette question ns it 1ms never I), foro been
answered. Your tasto will prove that!
Camels are an export blend ol" chia Turk! !
and choice Domestic tobaccos which you will
greatly prefer to either kind of tobacco smoked
straight. Your test proves that!
This expert blond brings out Camels wonder
ful cigarette qualities. It eliminates any un"
pleasant cigarctty aftertaste or anv unplensmit
cigaretty odor ! It also makes possible Camels'
enticing mildness whilo returning the fU
" body " of the tobaccos.
No matter how much you like Camels and
how liberally you smoke them, they will not
tire your tasto J
For your own satisfaction compare Camels
with any cigarette in the world at any price!
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German trains will not bo hcatod ioHkl. firmer liy tlio Emperor Paul,
or lighted In the romiiiK winter. It Of the alcoholic drlnka wlno Is all tln mrn lind turucd-up noses,
l.s stated, owlnt; to coal sliortngo, the moHt oxcltmlvo, huvlni; ndrved and tlien'tere reuombloil him. As-
while nil express trains will he (il)ol- UIiikh and the tables of the rich from other wmi'tit were all marked wtil
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T. J. MORTELL, Special Agent Klamath Falls, Ore.
Poles. TheOlatest brought by an
American Red Cross worker who has
Just returned from a- relief assign
ment in that newly occupied city,
concerns the murder of a woman hos
pital assistant who was rash enough
to express the hope that conditions
would improve when the town fell
to the Poles.
"WARSAW, Sept. X0, (By Mall) ' The director of the hospital In
The Polish government is compiling question, smarting under an Ill-des-the
story of the atrocities committed erved rebuke administered to him by
under the Bolshevik! reign in the a surly official of the Red regime,
city of Minsk, , now occupied by the warned the latter that the arrival of
Who are the men and women that
become masters over great things?
They are those who first of all become
masters over little things.
Dollar bills and silver dimes are only
little things so little that they often
trickle away in eveiy direction and
yet they have formed the solid foun
dation for many a comfortable income
through the following slogan :
"DON'T WASTE! SAVE!"
Start a Savings Account today.
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
the Poles would bring a chango for
tho better. For this he was deport
ed to Smolensk. His woman assist
ant, who ventured a little further ln4
expressing her opinion, was shot in
to a grave on the dawn before tho
taking of the city by the Polish nrmy.
When visited by workers of the
American Red Cross Commission to
Poland, the hospitals and orphan
a'ge.i of the city were found In such
pressing need o' food that many of
them had been obllgedto close. One
home for war orphans had been with
out so much as a crust of bread for
more than a week. Many others had
suffered similar privations. Accord
ing to repo;ts on investigations, only
outsldo aid can rescue theso people
from the chaos of torror and suffer
ing In which they are suhmorged.
Let Me Do Your
ITS HI FOR
Wo eat too much .meat which clogs
Kidnejx, then the Iluck
Most folks forget that tho kid
neys, like tho bowels, get sluggish
and clogged and need a flushing oc
casionally, else wo havo backacho
and dull misery In the kldnoy re
gion, severe hoadaches, rheumatic
twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach,
sleeplessness and all sorts of blad
You simply must keep your kid
neys active and clean, and tho mo
ment you feel an acho or pain In tho
kidney region, get about four ounces
of J ad Salts from any good drug
store hero, tako a tablespoonful in
a glass of water heforo breakfast
for a fow days and your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid of grapes and lomon
julco, combined with lithla, and is
harmless to flush clogged kidneys
and stimulates them to normal activ
ity. It also neutralizes the acids In
the urlno so It no longer Irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jail Salts Is harmless; Inexpen
sive; makes a delightful offorvescont
llthin-water drink which ovorybody
should tako now and thon to keep
their kldnoys clean, thus avoiding
A well- known local druggist says
ho sells lots of Jud Salts to folks
who believe In overcoming kldnoy
troublo while It Is oply trouble
An averago sized bottle of wlno
umtalns tho Julco of four pounds of
Whenyou have your work done with Shasta
Sand you knowyou have the best therejs
AL. F GRAHAM