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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Better Let Us
atch 'Em Up
This is the time to look over your tires with the
idea of making them last through the winter. Of
coarse, if you must have new tires, Diamonds are the
only ones to buy at this time of the year or at any
o ner time, so far as that goes but the idea we wish
.1 convey is that we can make the old ones last
through the bad weather, and save you money on
, ar "tire bill by repairing the worn ones. Bring
ih-nn in, and if they are worth repairing we will tell
' i.u what it will cost if they are not worth repair-
.j, we will tell you that, just as readily. We can't
make a new tire out of one that is worn out, but we
. :i take a damaged tire and repair it so you will
i many more miles out of it before it goes to the
: ;nk pile.
iamond Tire & VulcanizingCo.
MARPLE & SMITH, Proprietors
120 S. Main St
U is the little things in life
that male ns happy
are created for pleasure to
give a man a rich smoke and
a mild smoke, a pure smoke
and a""good smoke they fill
the bill always.
The John Bollman Co. Branch
DON'T BE WITHOUT
Kepp It ha ndy It knows no equal
in relieving pins 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
Annlied vnllwut rubbing, it penetrates
to tr-e aflhiicd part, bringing relief
fn 'ti rheumatic tw.PRes, sciatica, sore,
stiff strained musr'rs, lame back, and
of'cr exterior pain and sprains and
tht- result of exposure. It leaves no
raininess, stain, clogged pores.
Get a large bottle- for greater econ
otm Keep it handy for use when
nf '-d. Your druggist has it. Three
si -35c. 70c.. SI 40
PARIS, Oct. 2 (Hy The Associat
ed Press) After tho voters of
i France havo elected the COO Dcpu
I tie. of the new Chauihor and the
municipal and general councils have
' together elected 200 senators to
j succeed those vhoe terms havo ex
' plred the 60p deputies and 300
I senators composing the parliament
I will meet sometime in January In
I tho National Assembly chamber of
the Chateau of Versailles to elect
! the tenth president of tho Third
: The joint session of the Chamber
and tho Senate at Versailles Is call
' cd tho Congress of Versailles.
j There are no nominations for
Prosldont in advance of the election
' of the members of parliament vho
'aie to act as electors, tho latter be
ing unbound to vote for any candi
' date. Accordingly there Is no prcr
idential campaign excepting during
the few days that precede tho moot
ing of the Congress of Versailles.
' Tho names of presidential '.jolb
ilities mention J thus far aro, In tn
order of their supposed "harcos'
! Premier Georges Cletvpr.ceau;
' Senator Charles Jonnart, ex-govor-j
nor of Algeria; Senator Stephen
Pinchon, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Senator Jules Pams, Minister of tho
Interior; Paul Deschanel. President
j of the Chamber of Deputies; Sena
j tor Alexander Ribot, Deputy Reno
! VivlanI and Deputy Paul Palnlove,
tail three ex-war Premiers; Antonln
' Dubost, President of tho Senate,
and Marshal Foch.
I Many politicians believe that
Clcmenceau can have the honor by
! simply allowing his name to go be
foro the Congress. It is still un
known whether ho wants It. There
aro indications that ho would pre
fer to retire on his laurels ns the
"winner of the war." According to
gossip in the lobbies of the Chamber
AT THE CHURCHES
No chniiKVM will Im mndo tn tlilt
column unions tho cony U lit Tho
Ku'iiticr Herald office by 0 o'clock
First llnptlst Church, corner Wash
ington and Eighth.
sunday school at 10 a. m., C. R.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Prayor sonico Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Kvory second and fourth Wednesday
evening will bo devoted to missionary
' work, f
11. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at 8
p. m. A cordial invitation is oxtoud
, ed to nil to attend thoso sorrlces.
, Sacred Heart Churcn, corner 8th I
'and High streets. Rov. Hugh J. Mur
I Children' Mass at S 00
Adult's Mass at 10.30.
l-M'iung service at 7.00 p tn
i Monday November It. services at
ti 00, 7 30 and S Oil a. m. Evening
services at 7 110.
1 First Prosbytorian Church, Cornor
3rd and Pine. Rov. 12. P. Lawronco,
'Minister 437 Third Stroot. Phono
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. in.. Sub
ject "What Is true Americanism?"
There will bo special music at tins j
service bv tho choir. Mrs. Majorloi
Gallagher, formerly Miss Majorlo
McCluro, will sing a solo. I
! Kvonlng Service at 7.30 p. in. I
i Subject "Turning pipe:ra Into
I Pruning Hooks.".
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
i A cordial Invitation is extended to
any who havo no other church homo
to worship with us.
j Lutheran services will bo held at
I I.lbrarv hall, corner Third and Main,
conducted by Rev. M. C. Rossman,
pasti r, at 11a. in.
Sermon subject: "Reforms that
do not reform."
! Sunday hdtool at 10:15 a. m.
All aro cordially Invited to wor
ship with us.
Mothodlst Kplscopal Church. Tenth
and High. Rev. S. J. Chancy,
pastor. 1117 Eas street. Phono G7W
Sunday - li.it 1 nt U' in A M.
! Morning Worship at 11 00 A. M.
j Junior League aat !:10 p. m.
Epworth League at 0:30 p. in.
Evening Church Service 7-30 p. in.
i Prayer mooting Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 p. in.
All aro cordially Invited to all tho
srrvlces at tho Methodist Church.
Tho young pcoplo can do no bettor
than Bpend an hour with tho Lcaguo
from li 30 to 7 30 p. in. eacn aim
First Christian Church, cerner:
'Ninth and Pine streets. C. F. Trim
Sunday School, 10 A. M.
Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. in.
Sermon 7:30 p. in.
Sermon 11 a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday cvon
Ing 7:30 p. m.
C. F. Trlmblo. Pastor
Emanuel Hantlst Church, Eloventh
and High streoU.
Sunday School 10 and 11 a. m.
Rov. J. W. Iiryant, a Congrogntlonal
minister will preach. Rov. Bryant
in a pioneer minister of Klamath
county. , . '
All are cordially Invited. Pion
eers havo a special Invitation. i
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
Home and Foreign Missionary
Society will meet with Mrs. heeds
on Main St. Thursday Nov Gth, at
2:30 p. m.
You aro Invited to theso services.
Tho Christian Science Socloty of
Klamath Falls holds sorvlccs at 113 (
Fourth streot every Sunday morning i
at 11 o'clock and ovory Wednesday!
ovenlng at 7:30. All aro wolcomo.
Tho subject of lesson ror sunuay,
Tho Sunday school session Is from
9:45 to 10:45 ovory Sunday morning.
Tho free reading room and freo
lending library Is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud
Bright ayes, n clear skin and n body
full of ycUUh nnd health mny bo
your if you will keep your system
In order by regularly taking
Th world's nundard rtmedjr for Whinny,
liver, bUiliUr mul mic acid trouble, Ilia
ninlea of lllo and looks. In uo ilncn
1696. All druggists, thcta alios.
Look for lh nm Gold MctUI on ovvrr lo
and coll no Imitation
CHOP HUKY AND NOODI.H
J fthort Order Meal flcrrpd.
7U Main Htrcot
KLAMATH rAbW, OUR.
Yon, wxi buy hounohold fur
niture and iiiiirchnndlHH. tllgli
est caiih prlcu paid. Seo
1008 Main St
While lounging around theso
days you will probably want
a collection of books.
Our book department af
fords the best possible
choice. You'll II ml all tho
Into llctlou In addition to
tho old reliable standards.
We can also supply
ail of the popular
magazines and other
If you are going on a vaca
tion tnko a supply of good
y fv , KLV1ATM TALLS OREGON .. "
haw mill i:n(iini:i:iun) m
Dculgncru nnd builder of iikmL
rru Haw Mill", Planing Mill-., Itox
Plant, t'ouipleto plant contract
ed. ApprulMilN null report nmtlo.
Dredging. Wo contract to build
any clan of n building and liixtnll
luncliliii'ry of any kind.
Drafting of tiny kind ilium. Illtio
PrlntN made. PHONE t lt)J
Olliro In K. 1. Ilulldliiit
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VMl V"KUu" ""l Hrrtrot
"'eo 117 Ma 8t
liiim.. Office, loo, tnmu
bono :UI-J II'-"J Main HI.
- O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 40 Main St.
Hoiuc-Mnilo l'lcii nnd Caked.
Cold Meat Ai Lunch Gooibi,
I co Croniii nutl l-'rultn.
You Had Better Order
Your Winter Wood now
Double lm, Illockit
rwn Kliib, pu
tit ecu Hlnh, Plr
W. E. SEEHORN CO
Wo bundle tho Hurley-Davidson
Motorcycbm and Illuycles ICxrlus
Ivoly Also buy, soil nnd exchange
all otnor Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires aud Tubes.
C. lC. HIHMAUIC
tin H. Oth Nt. Klnmntli Fnlbi
I'OHA.W KIM) OK KUIlMTl'nE1
At No. 10 Mala Street.
rT MK 1'IIONK KM
K. F., Bend Stage
j Wo Do All Kind of SprlnR ltfulr.
ing ftcw ones .Mmie to Order
Axlo Htrnlghtcnlng nil
ALL WOHK RUAIMNTEED
Phono 2."H)-Y OKKItnuUhAib
Let Me Do Your
The Tie That Binds
To Oregon Life
1 Liberal low premium policies.
(No fine-print restrictions,)
2 Insurance in force from date of
application if insurable. (A
point to be remembered.) "'"""
3 We have never disputed or com
promised a claim. Always paid
in full on the day proofs of .
death were presented. ""'
4 All assets except U. S. Liberty -
Bonds invested in Oregon,
thereby upbuilding your own .''..
OrCKOflTifC I'"' Company
fifth and Horriton.
c, a bamubu qb. ugr. a. a, sxrono. ammu ukt.
H. P. NEPVEU, Dist Mgs.
Kooiu 4, 125 North 81Ui St. Klamath Fulls, Oregon
Many of tho Japanese Hhop-koep-er.
sorvo tholr prospcctlvo oustom
ors with cako and tea before oxhlb
ltlngR their goods.
Dlco were Invented and extensi
vely used for gambling purposes at
leant fifteen hundred years bofore
tho Christian era.
ho would bo glad to havo bin admin
istration approved by tho cholco of
ono of his associates in tho cabinet
and has two eventual candidates in
vlow, I'Ichon and Pams.
Senator Jonnart has a popularity
of his own. Ills namo is bolng men
tioned with significant prcslstonco.
Ho Is a senator from tho depart
ment of tho Pas do Calais and ho
lccontly . resigned his Important
post as Governor of Algeria In or
der to devoto liiniflolf to. tho recon
struction of tho devastated area of
his department which comprises
Arras and Lons with a considerable
portion of tho wrecked coal district.
Ho was formerly head of tho Suoz
Canal, and ho accomplished In
short order tho dothronomont of
King Constantino of Oreeco when It
There aro many supporters of
Marshal Foch but prospect of tho
"Man on Horseback'' la regarded as
likely to affect his chances, ovon If
ho aspired to tho ofllco, which no
ono as yet knows.
WheiTyou have your work done with Shasta
Sand you know you have the best therejg
AL. F. GRAHAM