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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WMOkmDAY, JUNK M, MM,
Mlltltlllfll l'll Plll llV tllMMl
ltrj('Mi for Complete Rr.Uanco
Do you know how
To Unit nillef from backache;
To corrnct distressing urinary Ills;
To assist weak kidneys 7
Your uitlghhur know tbn way
Hum used Ileum's Kidney Pills;
llrtvii proved tbclr worlb Id nmny
Hero'a Kliiimith Falls testimony.
Mrit, hoy J. Harrow, Hll Oregon
Ave,, saya; "My kidneys wero weak
ud I Ih-uiuic run down. Often I had
aavern backache and palna Just ovtir
wy kldneya. Tba action of my kid
neys wait - Irregular, alio. 1 used
Doati's Kldaay Pill aa dlrvrtad and
tbay rurad aa of all algna of the trou
bla and I bare bad no return of It. I
nlwaya rccomnrnd Doan'a for I know
tbey can't tin brat for Klduny
Price 61c, at all dealer.
AT THE THEATERS
O.notnlilH for their lavish selling and
I gorgeous though scant costuming.
' , llimitlful llarhara CnKtlrlon play
At tho Liberty today II. II, Wnr "PI""1!!" Mr Warnur, and makes a
nor, tho famous Rngl sli iirlor, In splendid foil for Hint great actor.
"Tho "Man Who Turnt.d Wliltu," hi Other In an rxrcllenl east uro
Initial Hupeilor Plrliirea release Wedgowood Newell, Kugenlo Ford,
nui.Io by Jesse IJ. Hurnplon arid ells- rman Phillips, Jny Dwlggln-, Mun
trlbulad by Kshlhltnr Mutual, play un J''I ""' Wnl,,'r ,'crr''
tho role of an Arabian ileaarl raider,'
"All Znmuri," known nr the scourge. An unusually novel and amusing
of tlio Sahara, 'piuy cullrd "An Adventuress" bring
Thurt nrn anmn rriHRnincnnl riNRKrt Julian ICItlngn hack lo the screen
scenes In the production, with wild- nftiir a long absence, IIh new vebl
rldlnR lledoulns, whlrllnR dervishes, clo atone for the tlm be was away.
Camilla, caravan, and a IhrllllnR "An Adventuress" will show at tbe
fiRbt between the desert handlta and Liberty Theatre tomorrow.
Ilritlsh soldiers, ending In thn rescue' Julian KltlnRn baa deservedly won
of thn Rlrl and "The Man Who Turn- for himself the reputation of being
ril White" and foughl iiRulnat kin thn best female Impersonator on tbe
own band of cul-tbroata. , Amnrlcun stage, and bla work In bla
Oriental danclng-glrl In striking new film, released by nepubllc, bear
coitumea of necklace and breast- out that reputation
Don't ahlolda, glvg some Rraphlc llluatra- Ah alnjnVlle fedora, who atopa
liow "Al llaba Hhlmmy- the wicked plotter from reslorlnr
Mra. Harrow bad. Foslr.MllhuriilH,""r " "", genome -o- .! ..-.-.k-.-.
Co., Mfra., Ilutfato, N. T. hauimedan cafe. Thean acenea are bo baa a role wblcu give mm ample
simply aak for a kidney remedy Ret iion. i,w
Doaa'a Kidney Pllla-tbn tamo that ?'"" ,. &
lira, llurrnw hurt r.-l.i-.Mm.i.ri. . HhlVOr l 0(1
igantic Removal Sale
Sale Begins Thursday, July 1st
and will continue for Three Days, Thursday, Friday
SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE AT BARGAIN
PRICES UNHEARD OF IN KLAMATH FALLS.
ALL MILITARY GOODS GO ON SALE AT 1-3 OFF. NO GOODS RE
SERVED. WE CANNOT AFFORD TO MOVE OUR STOCK OF SUMMER
HATS AND FLOWERS, AS OUR GREATLY ENLARGED SPACE ON THE
BALCONY IN OUR NEW LOCATION WILL NOT BE COMPLETED IN
TIME TO TAKE CARE OF OUR STOCK, HENCE THE VALUES OFFERED
WILL BE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD
i . tut ti,(W'
t- . cm'ii i'mI 't
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t.-., . 's t
Hcujar 5 cent roll of toilet paper
"at "7 for
Regular 10 cent roll of toilet paper
at 4 for ...
Tinted hox stationery in pink, blue and buff,
regular 3iicf goes at, per box
Regular 10c package of high grade linen
envelopes, very special, at 2 for ,
Children's fine mercerized half socks, roll top, pink,
blue and brown stripe, regular 50c value,
at, per pair
One lot of Ladies' cotton hose in white
only, at 2 pair for....,
Ladies' 40c grade of white and black
ho?e at, pur pair
Ladies' fine rib summer OC Qfl EC-
vitfta at. Muh aUC, OUC) OOC
Silk Windsor Ties in all colors, regular 50c
quality, at, each
One lot of curtain scrim in ecru and
and white at, per yard -..
10c package bone hair pins
at, 2 for
TUKE ALUMINUM 10 ot. preserve kettles Firat
come, first served $3.00 value at,
- SPECIAL PRICE of .'. .-.
PURE ALUMINUM double boilers
. $2.50 value at, each
PURE ALUMINUM teakettles
. $5.00 value at
Tliin blown tumblers, cut star design,
, $1,25 per set REMOVAL PRICE...
THin blown tumblers, cut grape1 design,
$1.25 per set REMOVAL PRICE....
opportunity 16 dlnplty bin ir'raec,
rharm.' and understanding of a wo
man'a tcmperanwnt, Hut that la not
all hfi'ilef: M Jack I'erry, n fear
lena ndvitnturcr, ho rock through a
herleH of Aipfcrlenci-n in airplanes,
uutornolillca, on Ibo battlefield and
bfor a firing aquad, which would
turn itiv ordinary man'a hair gray.
llallitd ly rrltlca aa one of the
grcatat motion plcturca ever pro-
durpd, thii rrnrooiint'Ar(crat fea
ture, produced y (leorge Lofine
Tuckr, "Tho Miracle Man" will be
dlaplayed at Ibo Mondale theatre on
Wednrfday and Tburaday It la the
acrrcn y.rnlon of Oeor- M. Cohan'a
play that acored ao emphatically on
JRroadway aome ycara ago, and which
In 'turned wan baaed on Prank L,
Paekard'a 'iamoua novel. No picture
In raccnt montla baa bad ao touch
pralae InVlabed upon It fo'r'tbe dra
nuttlc' quality of Ha atory, Ita keen
rbaracterltatlon, and btautlful
jibotopgraphy. . '
Tbe atory of "The Miracle ' Man"
tenter around an old patriarch of
tho hill" who baa gained a reputation
for bla power to beal the alck and
crippled. To him come a hand of un
acrupuloua cronka from tho aluma of
New' York Tom nurko, their lead
er; Hone; The Frog and the Dope:'
who have conceived the acheme of
capitalizing the healer's gift and tak
ing the money tor themiielves. -
What follow la one of the moat
nlmorblng atorlea ever unfolded on
thn Screen. In the hands it aueh
talnnted players as Thomas Melghan)
Bllnor Pair, Hetty Compaon, I.on
Chaney and W. lwunn Ilutt. the de
velopment of the. chief characters un
der tb InCuenre of tbe deaf and
Mind patriarch Is portrayed with ad
ITCMllaWlMa. . Jl
Jmmtdlalnly after tbe regular
show "Tho Ilottom Of Tbe World"'
will he run again. It
KNK1HT IHVOHCi: IIKAIU)
The dtrorce'Sult of Winter Knight
II i against Heasle Knight was beard In
l I tbe circuit court last evening and tbe
JJ I matter taken under advisement. De
4 fondant defaulted.
A decree of divorce was granted
Ulllan firewater in ber suit against
Willis Ilrewster , '
Exquisite Little Frocks
THESE charmingly fashion
ed frocks reflect the very
spirit of Summertime they
are radiant expressions of the
life, the color, the beauty of
this, the most beautiful of the
We have selected ,a .few. at random,
which we will attempt to describe al
though tbey beggar1 description.-
A very simple little dresa' of white
net, daintily embroidered on the skirt
and blouse, with a siiuare collar and a
snub of white satin Is, i Iff. OO.
Artd ao ex'iulslte Summer frotk of
navy and dull gold foulard, with a
blouse of georgette at, 17.00.
Then there's another cf navy georg
ette, with a rich satin collar and sash,
artfully embroidered on the blouse,
skirt and sleeves with navy blue silk
floss and Just enough gold thread, W3.
And a lovely gown of printed georg
ette tan pussywillows on an Alice-blue
ground with collar unit cuffs of whlto
georcelte, M2-M. .
It was .noticed that the mob
1 Buy Soap at This SALE and Save Money
Creme Oil Sofip, 10c value,
Palmolive Soap, 15c value,
at, each , A
High grade toilet soap, 8 for 25c value, in Witch-
' hazel, Buttermilk, Oatmeal and Violet all you
can carry at the REMARKABLE C r
low price of, per bar "
HEADQUARTERS FOR 4TH OF JULY GOODS
Klamath Variety Shop
i 5-10-15 and 25 Cent Store i
SUCCESSORS TO L,M.MAaTl. "" . 41f MAIN STREET ii!
44 1 -
4 I'oitliiml Mnn (.'nln TJilnj-cn I'ouiiiIh
tt anil Fwl Strmg-Tiintl Ih-tter
JJ Tlian 'in Your. He S.i.
. viif n'l beKan taking Tsnlac I had
iigono down to ono hundred twenty-
two'pounda in weignt, mu now i up
tho scales n ono hundred thirty-live
and urn still gaining." was the state
ment iimde recently by J. C. Sumner
of CCS Market St., Portland, Ore., a
well known empIoyVo of the Sim
mons Salvage Co.
"I hud been a sufferer from stom
ach trouble, disordered kidneys,
backache., sleeplessness, and a gener- wnleh assembled In recent outbreaks
nl run-down condition, for the piut.ln th(a country were largely maoo up
"three ears," Mr. Suituner continued, i
"1 had little or no appetite nnd what
I.uto soured and started gas to form1
Ing which woAild bloat me up as tight
as a drum. Every morning my
mouth w,ould be ns bitter as gall. My
kidneys bothered mo a great dealj
and I titfepsuch terrlhlo palna across
ihe email" ,of my iack that 1 could
hardly get up or down. My liver I
seemed to be sluggish and I would
K?t so illuy at times that black
spots wtiuld come boforo my eyes. I ,
rould never get n Reed night a rest
nnd inV a tlmo I would bo in such
pr.in tlmt I wouldn't get over an
hour'n aleep. I lost about twenty
pounds In weight and was so weak it
waa hard for mo to do my work.
"I tried overythlng I knew of but
nothing over did mo n partlclo ot
good until I fltartod taking Tanlac,
and by the time I had finished four
bottlca I was feeling like a different
mnn altogether. Indigestion la rt
thing ot the past nnd It makes no
dlfferonco what I eat I am nover
troubled In nny way afterwards. My
liver and kldnoya aro In splendid
c6ndltl6n nnd the palna across my
back have disappeared entirely. I
have not had a dlxry spell alnce I
commonced taking Tanlac and I ant
aleoplna; like a log at night. Mj en
tire system has been built up and 1
am atronger and heavier1 than I have
been In years. 7l am recommending
Tanlac to all my friends and I think
ao muck of It I want to atop and ten
everybody I meet about U." -
Taattb ii told la Klamath FaJla by
Owstajr Drug Co., la tmrella by. tk
JaWltftfl. C. aaa liTaUrrill 1J
V SoliUrm Orf o Ding C. ' Adv.
aLVaHOv r iMi
New Luggage - Handsome as
well as Serviceable
We've just unpacked a shipment of new luggage
both wardrobe trunks and.steamer trunks as, well,,
as the regular kind.
These trunks are made of extra tough, reinforced
fibre, studded with nails, with the corners made
doubly strong to withstand the roughest kind of
If you are planning a vacation for the Fourth yqu
will find just the sort of luggage you want here.
$15.00 to $50.00
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of young fellows "who viore eaps."
It Is being asked It the cup Is becom
ing an Index ot charattor.
The Novelty Cutlery Co.
OF CANTON, OHIO
Manufacturers of Transparent Handled
Knives, Razors,, Etc
IDEAL FOR GIFTS
FRED LEONETTI, Sole Agent
HIOHKST STANDAHl) WIODUOTION8
TKRWIIiUQEU & PATRICK, PROl'S.
A BIG DOUBLE BILL
Enid Bennett in
" WHAT EVERY WOMAN LEARNS "
This ia m Beautiful Paramount Art cm ft Picture and fci troo to Mfe
Also A '
A Good Five-Reel, IHiramU of Ufe
A GOOD OOMKDt
This BUI .Will Bo Hare to Pleaae $
Ooo4 Double BiU'for Toavtorrow.'haaige of Prognwa'
MATCNKK KVaWY BAY
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