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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1920)
MTOaUY, n.T M, Ittt
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
7e Qaality Shoe for Men
AT THE CHURCHES
You can't buy bet
ter shoes anywhere
than the Crossett
Shoes for young men.
They have the snap,
style and wearing,
qualities which every
In these days you
want to be sure of
what you are getting,
and when you Duy .
Crossett Shoes you
can rest assured that
you are buying right
No chaajTs will be Made la this
colons ttalesa the copy It at Th
KtraJag Herald office bjr 8 o'clock
Sacred Heart church, corner ot
Klghth and High. Ilev. Hugh J. Mar
shall. Her. J. J. WaWh.
Summer schedule, June 19 to Sep-
LONDON, July 21. Nathan Straus S
ot New York, told the Internationally
Zionist Conference here recently thnt.J
the Striu health bureau In Palm
tcmber 12: Klrt man at ( a. m.,tlne had supplied a need that had
second mass and benediction, 10:30 been Ignored (or hundred of yean i
a. tu. No etenlng services. by a criminally Indifferent govern-
men" and that It had become a
The Christian Science society of ."stronghold In the life of the Holy
Klamath Kails holds services In the 1-and."
loer room ot the Library
corner ot Third and Main
Vllms developed and printed In our own plant by eiperts who know
how tu bring out all the good points In your negatives.
Kllius received before ( P. M.
licmly the neil day at f P. M.
KODAKS AND BROWNIES
(lenulne Kastmnn Kllms
"Kvrrythlng for the Amateur Photographer,"
Kodaks f.4l to VM.tl.t
llmwnlr au.iM to IIW
The bureau was eitagllshed ,
by Mr Straus In 1912. '
streetr np only prouiem wnicn loon pri h
Have 16.00 worth of sale checks f rem our Kodak Department
and get un 8x10 enlargement Free.
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, (cedence over the health question wtslg
and every Wednesday evening at feeding of the hungry for which
lesson for Sunday;
CroMctt Custom Grade
While we are not making any special sale prices, we
are giving our customers-a ten per cent discount on
all shoes until August 1, 1920.
Bradley-Evans Shoe Co.
727 MAIN ST.
The Sunday school session U froa
9:46 to 10:45 avtry Sunday morning.
Ths free read lag room and fre
lending library la open from 2:30 to
4: SO on Tuesdays. Thursday and
First Baptist Church, corner Wash
ington and sBgata.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. a.
I'rayer service Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Every second and fourth Wednesday
trenlng will be devoted to missionary
11 V P IT Rtimtnv MVAtilnv at
7:30 p. m.
A rnrilhil Invllllflnn l AYtAmlitil In
all to attend these services.
First Presbyterian Church, corner
Sixth and Pine streets. Iter. E. P.
Lawrence, minister, 437 Third street.
Siar Drug Co.
FIFTH AND MAIM HTIIKKTS
The baying seascn I now open In
earnest and all hands are very busy
'(in .at.l ha M.I nltllafi Ail n frA mtm
kitchen In Jerusalem which up 'to
now. has been feeding TOO to 1,000
persons dally. Members ot commit
tees returning from Palestine, he
said, bad told him that his soup kit-'
chen was "the brightest spot In the
Holy city." The health bureau. Mr..
. Straus said, was established to Im
prove health conditions generally i
and particularly to eradicate malar
ia mil trachoma, the two dlnrases
which were endemic there. It was The crop will be much better tlish
Intended to servo all Inhabitants of was expected earlier In the season
Palestine Irrespective of creed, race Tl. high winds that have been so
or color and, since the Jews number prevalent of lute Interfere consider.-
less than one-sixth of the total popu- bly with huullng the hay.
latlon, Its work hai ncerued largely' Mrs. W D. Campbell dillRhlfully
to the benefit of non-Jews. j entertained at luncheon on Thur-
Mr. Straus reviewed the tight con- day of lust week. The guents pres
ducted against malnrlu by the health ent were: Mesdnmea Alfred Keller,
bureau In and around Jerusalem In Uu Keller. William Kdler, John'
1116 and 1917. which he snld "nip- Turner, Davit Turner. J. K. Turner.;
ped the cholern epidemic In the Fred K. Fleet, H. K. Wlnnard and
bud." Clinic were opened In nve .Miss winltred Wlnnard.
VtH'U NKW Kl'IT
will stand Inspection and command
I iu a. in., aunuay scnoui, ueurgH, iii. f nntl.mii. 1 Mrs. Fr.wl Ft-, ,.n.1 Ml.. Wlnlf,.l ...V...- .. ......
r.l..l. ...n.ln. ..... lumini" '"I" - - " uiiiuiiuiiuii 11 uu limn ui imiur n
Grizzle, superintendent. ... , , ,, rnm-. winnnr,! ,r., vi.uin. ....! .. .. ...... ....,.. .
iiuiiu ijuii' w.-iv ft...... . -.- - -- -- -- -. ...... , mr you iroiu our eirimive murics in.
Iwhlle school children were Inoculst- Mr. and Mrs. Wlnnard. ur uccustotnvd superior style. Wtv
ed by nurses sent by the health' The Wuman'a club of Langvll val guarantee a prfrct fit always. The
t. ..ram. Inin ilUtrli'li tn all 30.7rO lev ht-til 111 rpculur mnnllilv iiimIIhv u. ...... ..t .. ..... . ,.u ... 1
Methodist people for the evening ,.,, .,r.,i iir. ii.. m,. n.,. . 1...11 -n. .. . . ..
,,,.,. u n. .. ... , persons no - i-..-. - v...., v...m,mi. iuuixiu; ,(lir, 1 lr. snllsiacnnn or Ireiitig
11 a, m., sermon, "The Present
Day Outlook," by the pastor.
S p. ra. We will unite with the
During the recent street railway
If you want to buy a serviceable
MtSktShl -Ma SattB .!! WMH ! X.
n nVd" 'iK.S:Ar XZ:a" .. In New Orleans a number of
oughly overhauled, several kinds, society women carried passengers In rvsentutlve ot
Howie Garage, Majn street. 17 tf be,r automoo!Ieil aaJ aonaUd tne board of the
. .'.. ...--...,... church.
jl tiasamea aq win sen 11. ! . '')
. om, . l ... ' I' u U"tlon. against cholera. Tyru. lymph
of Philadelphia will preach the scr- n,(0 w prepor).(, BniI administered
mon. tveryone Is urged to hear this' .. ,hBn ,s ,)(K. .,.,,. wor. Ft.
visiting minister. He comes as rep-1 , . , .,! ir thnv wrrr at-
the home mission ,,., .,h ,i,i. nn.l whirn tlm
BIG JAZZ DANCE
OPEN AIR PAVILION
Largest dance floor between Portland and
SPECIAL JAZZ MUSIC
COME! Everyone Invited COME!
rj.Mu.1 with malaria and whern
Methcdlst Episcopal t ..... .i,iv milnlmi was
As the month of August Is lvn ..,.. nf .,, Th. wal,r i ,,.
jthe paster's Tacatlon.thre will be no rni ,,.,, for drinking purposes
preaching services during that cxamned and a museum of hy-
mon.,n' glene wis established. Ily of their brother, Orb Campbell.
I Sunday school will be held as usual" , rmbaltng trachoma. Mr' Mrs. Kdna Shayhan. of Jefferson
land as many as are In the city are .,,.... .',, ,t, Hvniih tmrrnu trrat- riiv m i. vi.i,in. k... ...i. n.,t
imiuun nmiii - - - in t ipiiiiisv ssl-b uuiir. is lit
ed 441.874 cases and an attempt was inn, jt. Shayhan.
afternoon, July 20.
Iter. ('. W. Pogue. of llonnnza.
preached at l.ortlU Sunday moinlng
O. J llawkeiisen, of P rtland.
wnt the weik i-nil at the 'innnrd
ranch. Mr. Hawki-tiM-n Is president
"f th Langell Valley J.umUr Co
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Campbell spent,
.Sunday at Pine Grove with the fain-
hlmstlf perfectly dressed.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
to examine the eyes of all
Until Saturday Night, July 24, You Can Buy
The Tried and True JOHNSON
Methodist Episcopal Church. Tenth children who could be reached so ni We have a
and High. Rev. 8. J. Chanov. .t lili-nllfv that disease which was used cars for
pastor, 727 Pine street. Phon,7W.!preV11ient n Palestine. A hospital Prlf
The union service of the Method- for eye diseases was opened and the'
1st, Presbyterian and Christian 'campaign ws extended Into the,
churches w be held at the Methodist towns and colonies outside of Jerus
cburch on Sunday evening at 8 p. m. alem. nurses being senti to various
Dr. Uu Hols of Philadelphia, secre- places. Aid was also given to rifu-
l.tarj- of the home mission board of tho gees when the Jewish population was
.tjemouisi episcopal cnurcn will expelleil from Junn. -ir. mniui -jih
t.wm,.mmtm . speak. He Is here looking over the that tho heilth bureau hnd pruveil i
A ' t,.l.l 1 t...,.l . l. - .1 .. .. .i... I A It. .I.M.I II.
H-.-IU iiiiu iiei(iiiiK tu pun lor uio us ciiiciency mm umi ..c ..i-. ..
future of the church In view of the services would Incren'o and -ecoiii.
, city's growth. Those who wish to greater In the rehnb'lltloa of in
attend the services of thu Christian Holy Land, n bleslng ti tS: peopli?
.church on the old Algorna road will 'lrrAncctlvo of race, color or reliR-
J J have time to get back for the union Ion.
J , service hero. Kveryone should hear,
this distinguished visitor from tho No one enjoyed tho love and
' Just received a large shipment of
w.n..i.ri..i it... ff lrnd new buggies, hacks and aprln
Howie Oaraae. Main s.rMt.Pnc"- . A". '"? . "
ornmtnt tents. Mux Weiss, th St.,
near Kwauna Poz ractory.
Christian church, corner 9th
Pine, streets, C. V. Trimble.
This is a combination of mechanical excellence and
price that cannot be duplicated. Now is the
time to buy.
Ifrlcnddshlp of the late Kinpresi Ku
genie morn than did her Koildaugh-
and " nn present Queen Victoria Kit
.tor.iK1'"'0 of Spain. Notwithstanding the
,317 Pine street, phone nos. 371. s75Creat difference In their nges. Ihn
Tho services will all be held In.lhoj0 w,ro 'r,en,,' confidantes, sym
J I woods on the old Fort Klamath road patnUeM R,nco he" childhood days of
J about four fulles from Klamath Palls. ,,rlnc"" Knn of Untttnberg. us she
W will have cars for the Sunday vaH lmciT0 ntr w-""180 ,no UI"K
or npain. The ijueoii lias stores or
which will start from the
at 9:30. All who have cars-:
J'aro requested Jo take as many pas
.sengtrs as can bo carrlf.i. aii ..mi
1 invitofi r will. It Is believed. Inherit
! fi. o. .n.i ..i ... ..... .iPart of her enormous fortune
10:30. After Sundnv school iiieml
(will be ,the sermon, then dinner. I
' Afternoon Christian Endeavor,
3:30; sermon, 4:30; dismissal, 5:30,
knick-knacks, valuable Jewels, books
and gifts of all kinds from tho one
time. Kinpress of the French,' and
Believe no man who
stretches the truth See
ing is believing. Our
thousands of patron?
are our best endorse
ment. See our splendid
line now on display.
Klamath Falls Marble & Granite Works
GEORGE D. GRIZZLE, Prop.
Esplanade and Pine
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Emmanuel Jlaptlst, Eleventh'
High streets. Illble school, 10 a
rrayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. in.
Women's Home and Foreign Mission
ary uoclety meets first Thursday of
Lti 1 1 iimtHiiiiiiiiinnumiM4(un
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WK'i.ii in: c.hAn
TO TKMj vou
Just Mat It will cost to move
your household effects to
your new home If you will
phone us to call and size up
how big a van will be re
quired. Youl find our
charges very reasonable, our
servile, prompt and efficient.
Western TraWer Ce.
Pfcosw MT Be. SMS
AN INSIDE BATH
MAKES YOU LOOK
AND EL FRESH
Ssyt a glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
keeps illness away,
Physicians tho world over recom
mend tho inside bath, declaring this
is of voHtly moro Importance than
outsldo cleanliness, becnuso tho skin
pores do not absorb Impurities Into
the blood, cuusing III health, while
tho pores In thu ten yurds of bowels
"",. I , .M,un n"u wom?n nro urged to
nun uutu uiuriiuiK, ueioro ureaK
fast, a glass of hot wuter with a
ttaspoonful of llmestono phosphato
Do you need harvesting and other
farmlnir mnrlilnrtruV rnm nn t
. ....UB, . wu. ,i,iu uuq
1 lipnvn1 lln n.Af..-l... t. i
,-...... ..o .uiciiuiii, jiuwiu uar-
age, Main street. i7tf
Electric Curling Irons at The Elec
tric Shop, 123 S. 0th St. 19-20
"SAY IT WITH
Cut Flower and Plants In Dlnpl.iy
Hot IIouho Near MI1N School
. iqAMATH JWflAL .
1040 Mala St. KUaiatu Foto
.In It, as a harmless means of help
ing to wasn irom tno stomach, liver,
I kidneys and bowels tho previous
Iday'a Indigestible material, poisons,
,sour bile and toxins; thus clennslng,
sweetening ana punrying tl.e ullmon
tary canal before eating rnoro food.
Those who wake up with bad
breath, coated tongue, nasty taste
or hava a dull, aching bead, sallow
complexion, acid stomach; others
who hsvt bilious attacks or consti
pation, should obtain a quarter
pound Of limestone Dhoaohala 1 tha
drug store. Tkls will cost very little
but Is stiff icteat to show tas Talas of
If the Wood Dealer
not sell current; no m-II cervlce. That sounds (Mid
Well, suppose I ho uikmI dealer sold Mrlci Inxleud of wood, ho
would tend to )our,furiiuro itnd your range, tnl.e huhv Hie iikhen
anil clean tho flues. You would buy no niiirli heat.
.Now j ou buy mi Hindi light, olllioiigli ou pny iircnrilliijr to I ho
current )ou ronsiiiiie. Hut the ervlu' In performed for you by tills
company at the MibktutlotiH and poner plniitN,
That Is nhat we uunt lo lvo you efficient servlm. It Is tho,
nlm of tliN iouipany lo luivc nono but NUtlsfled customers. .No
matter what It Is, If you Imvo a grtcwuue, or nro db-witlnncd nlmut
your bill or do not uiidcrMund our rules, pletwu tome In and see
us orrlto us about It.
If ou have any sugKcMlons to make, we will gladly avail our
wives of them us our aim Is constantly to Improve our service to
you a lout hi, tho development of alienee and human ability permit.