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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1920)
THE EVENING HiHALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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X POLITICAL STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE:
EYE PROOF THAT HARDING
WILL CARRY OHIO
Big Reduction Sale
My Entire Stock of Fall Hats to be Sold at 50 per cent
I J' BaLsl I i -j j I , f ms y
Htra b the answer In black ami whIU to the
meeUon which the presidential miiljai has
brought forth as to tha' relative strength In Ohio of
Renatar IWnlliiy ami of (Jovernor Cox.
The answer Ti thnt Hanllne l strong while Cnx
It weak. It la found In the election returns of the
campaign of 1IM4, when each sought Uio favor of tha
people, but for a different oftlce.
m JB 'S14" ''",!n m candidal for tha United
Btatea Henate. Ilardlnir swept tha Htatc. At tha
una time. Cox waa up for re-election a Governor.
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Thla eontrait between tha tote.rettlnr; strength
" Tg .?!S presidential nominees is revealed In
moat atrtkln war by mare of Ohio, allowing tha
rounUaa carried by each In 114.
V, Tmp..1 ! ,!ft ,how ' Mk wontlaa
carried b Harding for Senator. Tha map at tha
right howa. alio fn bUck, tha counties carried by
toi for Governor. '
Hardlrx for Senator carried 71 of tlio 88 countlea
won. Cox for Governor carried only 20
d 'I'm Jn "Jf?." rdlnic'B plurality
, while Cox tell Zlj.270 votes below the
of Ohio and won.
1 counties and
That Is the difference hetwean Harding, the win
ner. and Cox a loier.
i JSSr ' "T1 f JL1- ! Jo7. Tho Republican party
n Ohio waa In J9U, a In 1912, atlll divided, Hard,
inir had not only his Democratic opponent to take
caro of, but he also had to stand (ha loss of Pro
pesilto Republican votes which went to lion. Arthur
L. Oarford. Protresslva candidate for tha Benate.
Mr. Oarford, who la splendid nan and a vote
ratter, polled 67,109 votes. Had Harding received
tha votes which went to Oarford, his total of coun
tlea carried would have boen Increased from 71 to 79.
The additional countlea are ahadad In tha Hardin
Thla irlvea a true Una on tha great nersenal
ularfty and voting strength of Senator Harding
(a own staVi of Ohio.
ArlKKMt IIKADTIKUI.t.T AM) It.
MTOHKH ITU .VATUIlAli OOIXIK
AM I.UHTIUC AT ONOK
kalr become dark, gloaar, aett, a ad
ImurUat, and you appear yaare
younger. "" '
Cntnmnn garden six brewed Into
heavy tes, with sulphur and alcohol
tilled, will turn itrny, streakod and
drd hair beautifully dark end lui
rlans. Mixing the Haro Tea and But
leeome. An railrr way l to get the
our reclpa at home, though, It trmi.
indjr tn usa preparation Improved by
le addition of nlber Ingredients,
gating about SO cents a large bottle,
I drug store, known as "Wrath's
Me and Kulphur Compound," thus
voiding a lot or mui ,
WhIU cray, faded hair Is not sin
i. we all dnlre to retain our youth
il appearanre and ottrartlveneaa. Ily
srkenlng your hair with Wyeth's
go and Hulphur Compound, no one
n tall, becauto II Is done no natur
Ily, so evenly You Just dampen a
wnca or soft brush with It and draw
ds through your hair, inking one
nail strand at a time; by morning
I gray balra have disappeared. Af
r another application or two your
j-j' . r
Not a Bite of
You Drink Water
ays a glees of hot water and
phosphate prevents lllneaa
and keep us fit.
Just aa coal, wham It bursa, laavea
hehlnii Incombustible ashes, aa tha
food and drink taken day aflar day
leaves In the alimentary canal In
digestible material, which It not
completely eliminated from tha ays
tern each day, baeomra food for tha
millions of bacteria which Infest tha
bowels. Prom this mass of left
ovar waste, toxins and ptamalnellka
polsens ara foraaad aid sucked Into
Man and weaiea whs can't gat
frellng right must begin to take la
side bsths. Defora braakfaat each
morning drink a glaaa of hot water
with a teaspaonfnl of limestone
phosphate In It to wash aut of tha
bowels tba previous day'a poisons
and totlas, and to keep lb entire
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Stoves Once Were-
Nailed to the Floor
Kink an TrlA mnrfflfTl flfl heatef.
(Filled with Pearl Oil it gives
instant heat anywhere, at any
time. It sees a continuous round
bedroom again in the evening.
Pkarl Oil burns without odor
or smoke. Economical Sold in
bulk by dealers everywhere and
by our stations.
Order by name Pearl Oil.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
allmsatery aaadl alaaji,
Thoaa wka ara sabjeet ta sick
haadaatia, ealda, bUlaaaBaaa, caastl
paUoa, athan wka wafca op with bad
taata, goal braaAb, baafcaobe. rheu-
tatlo aUtaaaaa, ar bara a boot, sjaaiy
steasaeai aflar ataaJb. ara urged to
gat a quarter aauad af llataataaa
phosphate fraat tba drag store, and
bagla praaUatac saUraal aaaltaMoa.
Thla will aaat varr IIIUa bej la awaV
ataat ta asake aayaaa aa aatbuslaat
aa aba eabfatt.
Nothing reserved in
my immense stock.
Everything will be sold
at a remarkable discount.
This is your opportunity
to get the latest styles in
Fall Millinery at less
than wholesale price.
Fine Egyptian Tur
bans, regular price $16;
sale price $8.00.
Latest Picture Hats in
Duvetyn, regular price
$30; sale price $15.
A few. Paris Models,
regular price $22; sale
100 Hat of Various
Styles, regular price $20
to $11; sale price $7.50.
Fifty Children's Hats, regular prices $8 to $6, sale, $3.50.
Hanging, Novelty and Work Baskets, regular prices $12 to
$4, sale price $8.00 to $2.00.
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, and continues
for One Week Only.
The Parisian Shop
609 Main Street
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No shoe is a DucUxcht
HATEVER the occasion, shoes should
be right for the purpose, and must express
proper style. BUCKINGHAM dc HECHT
began building their reputation for value,
dependability and shoe contentment in the
early fifties when grandfather wore a high
hat and long legged boots.
Now in 1920, styles have changed, but the same old
idea of value and service remains. The accompanying
illustrations of Buckhecht styles of 1920 express con
cretely what the 1926 man demands.
Styles shown are made in Rich Dark Mahogany
shades, Black Vclour Calf and Vici Kid. Prices are $8.50
to $14.00, according to weight of soles and styles.
Tell us when your dealer doesn't show them and we
will endeavor to have you supplied.
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT
MANUFACTURERS' Shcc tit turfy fflitt SAN FRANCISCO
' For, Salm By
BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE CO.
227 MAIN STREET