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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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K T My Entire Stock of
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Fall Hats to be Sold at 50 per cent i
Nothing reserved in f
my immense stock.
Everything will be sold X
at a remarkable discount.
This is your opportunity
to get the latest styles in V
Fall Millinery at less Y
than wholesale price.
Fine Effvntian Tur. JL
bans, regular price $16: V
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Latest Picture Hats in
Duvetyn, regular price
$30; sale price $15 -
A few Paris Models,
regular price $22; sale
100 Hats of Various X
to$ll; sale price $7.50.
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Hanging, Novelty and .Work Baskets, regular prices $12 to
$4, sale price $8.00 to $2.00. X
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27. and continues t
for One Week Only.
; The Parisian Shop
609 Main Street
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PRES. 08REG0N !
NOGALE8, Arit Oct. 28. Alraro
Obregon, president-elect of Mexico,
to studylag English, according to his
prirate secretary, F". Torreblanca.
Most 'of kla textbooks are Ameri
can magazines Which Obregon says
he reads to familiarize himself with
English as It Is, used and not as "It
la set down In academic form.
Mr. Obregon aas said that his im
mediate object Is not to speak the.
Is gge but to understand ."English
when he hears It spoken. He Is able,
he Chinks, to understand about 70
per cent of what is said to him In
English, If the speaker la distinct
In reading the magazines for their
Kagllsh, Mr. Obregon says, he finds
valuable data and Information re
garding current events which cannot
bo found In book form. Secretary
Torreblanca states tho president
elect keeps him busy tiling data gath
ered from magazines.
HEAT M. OF
Take Salts to Saab san If
If yon mnst have your saeat every
day, eat it, bat flash your kidneys
with salts occasionally, sera a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forma uric acid which almost paral
yzes the kidneys In their efforts to
aznel It from the blood. Thar h
coma sluggish and weaken, then yen
suffer with a dull misery In the kid-
ney ronton, sharp pains In the back
or sick bcadacho, dizziness, your
stomach sours, tongue Is coated and
when the weather la bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine gels
cloudy, full of sediment, the chan
nels often get sore and Irritated,
obliging you to seek relief two or
three times during the night.
, To neutralize these Irritating
adds; to-cleaniethe kidneys and
nusn on ine Doaye uriaous waste
get four ounces of Jad Salts from
any pharmacy here; take a table
spoonful In a glass of water before
breakfsat for a few dara and your
kidneys will then act One. This fa
mous salts la made from the add of
grape and lesion Juice, combined
with lithla, and baa been used for
generations to flash and stimulate
sloggls! kidneys, also to neutralise
the adds In urloa. so It no longer
imiaies, tana enatag Diaaaer weak-
Jsd Salts U Ineipenslve; cannot
injure, and mafeaa a delightful at
fervescent Main-water drlak.
A classified Ad wis seH K.
For Service and Quality
Cool Clean and Sanitary
These words fully describe what the condition of every meat
market should be, and it describes ours to a nicety. Our cold
storage and other equipment, and our ambition to maintain per
fect sanitary conditions in our market, blend perfectly. Conse
quently, we can sell you meats of all kinds that retain their fresh-ness-and
wholesomeness long after they leave our shop. All our
meats are handled under glass and with extreme care. We over
look nothing which will assist us to carry out our sanitation
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524 Main Street
Why We Are
Wilson S. Wiley
In our present stage of development a
trained mind is needed to solve the many
problems that are hampering community
progress problems that until solved will
continue to hinder development in ever in-
We know that WiUon 5. Wiley possesses
the trained ability to deal with these prob
A man of vision, tact and integrity is need
ed to lay the foundations in the present for
the city that is destined to be.
We know that IViVson S. Wiley measures
up to the standards of the foregoing para
graph that he is broad of mind, honest of
purpose and efficient of action.
We know of our own knowledge and after
j. close investigation that Wilton S. Wiley is
tied by no pledges, is the candidate of no
class, the friend of no faction, the represen
tative of no interesf" except "the best in-
terests of-a united community.
We sincerely believe that WiUon S. Wiley '
is the logical man for a difficult position
and we say this 'with no desire to belittle
the worth of his opponent. But in the
present crisis something more than good
intentions are needed, even when backed
by unimpeachable reputation.
After careful thought and thorough inves
tigation, we believe it to be in the best in
terests of the whole people of Klamath
Falls that Wilson S. WUey be elected May
or on November 2, next, and we respect
fully urge that every qualified person vote
Wiley for Mayor
Brotherhood of Painters, Decora
tors and Paper Hangers of
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Signed: E. B. CARPENTER,