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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
11 n. 1019
GOOD THING LOST
Uncle Henry Surely Had Marvel
,"T1IK PICK OK Till: I'lCTttUlCS"
II ,V. PMM.K, Owner.
IIAItltV llOUKIj, Musical Dlwctor
Unfortunately, After It Had Demon,
ttr.ltcd Its Amazlnu Clfect on Grow.
Ino Corn He Could Not Remem
ber the Ingredient.
T ON IfiHT
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"PLEASE GET MARRIED"
1 in which Viola Dana stars
"BROWNIE'S DOGGONE TRICKS"
featuring Bob, the wonderful bull-terrier
Starring Tbeda Bara
Coming Sunday. TOM MIX
Doors open at 1.30 and 7:00 P. M.
i ntui luiiKii'iitiu vvv in mmu m
York. Til. S.iturdn they were eiiu'red
li six luvlitw of miow." llostou Globe.
Once more ui lute to thniiV. Ilio
noMon Globe for Jogging our memory,
uys the I.owlmmi Journal. Mow It nil
comes buck to us. Uncle Henry on
mother's side win a farmer-Ins cntor.
He rigged up all .tort of ftirui tiuiehlii
cry which wouldn't operate nil) where
except on paper, or In I'nelo Henry's,
head He was also a great hiiuil to ex
periment with fetllllters. und while he
m alwns on the track of a fertiliser
that mm going to produce a double
crop of something or other liH experi
ments usually reunited In reducing hi
crops materially, und the rent of the
family had to ilu some pretty lull bus
tllnjr to catch oven.
One full Unci Henry produced a
fertilizer that he nm sure would revo-
lutlonlxe the farming Industry, and If
smell could have turned the trick It
would have, too. His fertilizer had a
bouquet that, when the wind wii right,
depopulated the country for a mile
away from the house. The rent of the
family went away to lslt till the imiell
thinned out aoiue or overcame Uncle
Henry. There med to he a lot of
were visited with a severe skunks In our neighborhood, but they
Mrs. M. M. Matson, who spent sev-ico,tl wnd Wednesday and Thursday all moved away that fall. A Gcrmau
butcher who manufactured llmburger
cheese on the side offered Uncle Henry
$5,000 for the iiecret of that smell, In
1 9 Days to Xmas
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "
eral months -ta Klamath Falls this 'of -ant week
summer and mado many Meads' T. F. Boers of Lorella spent two
here, is in the cltr for a few days days the first of the week visiting
before returntae to hen. homo In m me nome oi u. u. Hunt
Portland. She has been in Callfo--
nia since leaving here several we-oks
The Women's Missionary society
ot the Christian church will meet,
4stv,m.ftir nvAnln. tf 7-30 fit thft!
home of Mrs. O. A. Wirtx. 529 J. J! "
feraon street. The ladies will en
The neighborhood telephone wilt
soon bo In operation. Sovcral mon
were working on the line Friday and
Goo. Shell has been hauling hie
winter supply of wood the last few-
The Hoavllin boys have moved on
to the Grandpa Hunt place and set
Inir. A full attendance la desired.
All Interested persons cordially ia-Tited.
I Milton Heavilln mado his regular
! trtn Ihrntl.h ttta T.ala.hkm.lmn. Vnf-
tertaln their husbands at this eet-,
. . , -m . .. 'nesday selling beef.
P. S. Mumford experienced a few
minutes ot excitement this . week
when his team ran away. He was
drilling grain with a team belong
ing to George Ager. The horses be
came frightened and got away from
him, running across the field, un
til a fence stopped them. No serious
LIBRARY STUDY CLUB
TO DISCUSS FAR EAST
Tho cturi itonarrmonr ftf th
Woman's Library club will hold the ' aama,B0 'M done'
Oecember meeting Friday afternoon I ,a"ke BonIcr ,s confined to his bed
'.--. . i with n. RATPrp nttnelr nt In lnrA
T. A. Cregan is recovering from
ithe wounds he received in the. run
away he had a week or two ago.
at 3 o'clock in the club rooms. This
ia a change from the regular Sat
urday meeting, time. Mrs. R. E.
Wattenburg will have a paper on
"The Resources of China." Mrs. K.
G. Cummlngs will talk on "Japan's
The library board will hold its
regular meeting at-. 2 o'clock on the
Women ot Alberta have had tho
right of municipal suffrigo -ilnte
Charley Hunt says he doesn't be
lieve he is much of a trapper as his
traps arc sprung often but there to
no game in them.
Thirty years of continuous service
as superintendent Qf the Montreal
General Hospital is the record of
Miss Norah Livingstone, who baa re
signed her position because ot fall
tending to manufacture a cheean that I
would make him a millionaire when he
got It on the market. Uut Uncle Hen
ry wouldn't sell. He aald It vtaa his
duty to Invent a fertilizer that would
double crops and he was going te stick
to It till he did, it he never had a cent.
He had plenty of scent, however.
When the family finally received word
that a person might live In the house
If he didn't breathe too deep nor too
often they came back. Uncle Henry
had become discouraged and burled his
sample of the new fertilizer In the
front yard. That night he fed the
hens In about the same place, and
when he threw out their corn they
wouldn't go within ten feet of the
place where the fertilizer was buried.
That night It came on to snow, and It
snowed hard for ten hours. After It
stopped Uncle Henry's two youngest
children, John and Hilda, put on their
outdoor clothes and built a snow man
right over the spot where tli fertilizer (
was burled. Then they built a big
snow house and played In It till night.
The next morning when Uncle Ileur
went out to do the chores he wuh
amazed to see, about six feet up In the
air, the snow man and the snow house,
apparently supported by thick green
sticks with leaves upon them. He got
over his surprise and Investigated, lie
found that the green sticks were lust
cornstalks which had taken root and.
nourished by his fertilizer, had sprtinu.
up in two days to their present heighr
of 15V& feet, and produced somo of the
finest fodder corn we ever saw. Un
fortunately. Uncle Henry could never
remember what he had put Into that j
fertilizer, und, of course, his xumplc
was gone, so he never got any pecuni
ary benefit from It.
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BIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIWI-I Jf (Wfii
We don't buy for cash. Our
credit is good. Quality merchan
dise speaks. Therefore, let it speak
Mr. Shears & Comeback buy and
sell for cash, and some others
Bathrobes. Blankets, Slippers and Gloves
Do you know how many days you have left to do your Xmas
shopping in? '
K. Sugar man
4,WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
8:30 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.; Saturdays, 8:30 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
KO.V HORN TO WELL
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Voyo welcomed-
tho arrival of n nlncinduhalf
pound son today. Mother and child
aro doing nlcoly, according I) re
port. Capt. J. P. Lee, count" anon
sor, Is very much interested In the
(;ent, being the grandfather ot the
new arrival, but Is trying to keep
his pride within reasonable bounds
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Dumorcst, Dentist, over
man's Store, Cth and Main.
FOR ItKNT Oarage apaee for 1
car -3rd and Washington. Phoa
WANTHn Homes to winter. $5.5
per month Jay Manalajr, Klin
nth Falls, H. F. D. No, 1. S-6t
The Beacon Fall "NIOBE"
lAPrirnTorpAxt t , .... .
noniiNUJiuiv naa us ail sKinnea
for pure, unadulterated patriotism.
Edison is the star in the electrical
world. Luther Burbank is the
biggest "potato bug" ever. Sarah Bern
hardt can make a mummy cry. All "top
notchers." But the 'Top-Notch" in rubber making was not
readied until Beacon Falls gave their "Top-Notch"
quality to the werld:
Can you imagine anything better than the best?
In rubbers, the Beacon Falls
"Top-Notch" quality is IT.
We have all sizes and the newest
styles of Beacon Falls Rubber foot
wear. Wonderful wear strikingly at
tractive as to fit and looks.
We are saving a pair for you. jt for th, Cr,'n
Knew How He Felt
Theodore was delighted ultli his
new suit, bought with a view to fu
ture ime and with due regard to Theo
dore's rapid growing propensities. But
when he wore It to jrhool his Joy was
quickly turned to grief as the. unfeel
ing hoys frankly aeeuxed him of wear
Ing his father's clothes. The teacher
used her utmost tact to smooth out
matters, but the teur-stalned little face
did not clear all day. The next day
another hoy appeared In a new coat
evidently mude from his mother's. The
aNtrukhan collar wns sufficient to stir
up the "savnge" state of the boys. The
new garment was promptly duhhed
"hi sister' rout." Again did tears
flow copiously and the teacher was at
her wits' end to give comfort. Little
Theodore slipped his arm around the
weeping boy and said: "Don't cry,
Jimmy; that's Just the way I felt yes
I The boy ha been named Joseph
IJuines Voye, tho first name for the
j grandfather. Captain Io holds
that tho youngster Is In direct line
for the presidential succession, pro
viding that tho L)emocntlo party
holds out long enough.
Women over 24 years of u'o have
been given the parliamentary fran
chise by tho new Oovornment in
KOUSAliK 1918 Dodge car in A-ll
condition, uuto robo, L. C. Smith
shot gun, high boots and coat, camp
ing equipment, now floss mattress,
ora ana springs, pniowa. now oonu- Cnm lo ,aco ab t , WMk,
tlful electric percolator urn style, ,,lo,u ',,' M, ui i,it.
UMmn mnryin lnnH ltuliAtl I . . ..
num. numu nun, uiduw, .. on f,,Fn ; l,ranH not Celljl8
books, tools, otc
1125 Main 8t.
Call of tor 10 u. ni. j Qwnor can have same by paying feed
... ... i,it,n,v.,N flni rnp ,,., .. j..,.
bill and for this nd. Jay Manning, R.
F. D. No. 1, Klamath Fall. 3-Jf
FOR SAI.i: OR RKNT- Five room
houso. Inquire John Vale nt
Sugarmnn's. 3-2t '
WAKTKJJ--Woman to tnko homo
washing far family of two. In
quire or write Hox A, Herald Office,
LOST Ivory bracelet umbrolln
hatwllo. Iintwenn 101 It find 11 Hi
I on Main. Itetiirn to Judgu Loavltt's
I Office. U-21
Strayed Ho my ranch about 10
dnys ago, onn yearling Ilerford steer
crop off each ear no otner ormn
noticeable owner can bavo same by
paying for this ad and feed bill,
pnlng for this ad nnd feed bill. Jw
Manning, II. F. I. no. i. '';
Metropolitan Amusements "'
Ladybirds Did It.
Co-operating with the city of New
Orleans and the state of Louisiana, the
bureau of entomology. United States
depurtment of agriculture, completed
during the year the control of the
fluted scalo In New Orleans and neigh
boring places. This was accomplished
by the propagation nnd liberation of !
thousands of tho natural enemy of this
scale Insect, the Australian ladybird.
More than 300 colonies of the ladybirds
were liberated over nn area of -40
squure mllex. The distribution also
was extended to the known outlying
Infestations of the fluted scnlc In
Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
FOR ItKNT Farm of two hun,!r,i
ncros. mostly all under irH,.M..
Carlson, Ilox 18fi, Klnmath
W,mT''iI)" YounB mnn t0 'earn to
w' - Smith Printing Co. 3-3t
to contract ditch-
iJ ?7nB0h0,r., 0b' Qulck raonoi'. Ap
PlyllOS Walnut. 3.iti
ir a rri.1,.,1., l (! Miln St tt
Just' ro'colvod troOx shlnmont of
Xmns candy. All kinds ot soft urinw.
clgara nnd tobacco, gr.ipa I"
Toko. Ico cream in iiiuk iu. --
....! i l.n fnra nt IM. '
avi vuu -at nu .. --
"WHIiCOMK MTTLK STltAXUKir
A Muck Comedy
In Two 1'nrtH
The Turning Point.
"I understand you have a son with
"Yes," answered Mr. Cobbles. "And
when Henry left home I could see by
the look In his eyes that ho meant busi
ness." "He guve a good account of himself,
"Well, It may sound like hoastln' for
me to say It, but ten days after my boy
landed lir France the war wns over."
"YOU NKVI2R SAW SUCH A GIUI."
Two Heels of Good Comedy
,'03J'T!,.no10 of company "C", 102
nd Hold 8lgnal Ilattallon. Valuod
as koepsuko. Findor pleuso return
to L. Kyan, Callfornla-Orogon Pow-
,' air,hny, also straw. Jny Man
nlf Klamath Falls, R. F, D, No 1,
Tho fool salo of tho Bplieopjl
Guild Saturday, will bo held at M
Wnnnrn Transfer office, not at IM
O. K. offlco, according to a later
Women employed in the cottoi
nnd silk InduHtrlos In China are re
quired to work 1C hours or more
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
which started Wednesday will continue for ton more dajs nnd w
will offer to tho ladies of Klnmath Fulls tho most w'n"K,Hrnmed
ductlon In Stylish FALL AND WINTER HATS. Sovoral unt no
shapes that havo boon solllnB regularly for $fi.00 nd.V, tifi.OO
ho closed out nt J3.00 Modola In IJoavor soiling regularly ai
will ho sold for J8.00.
All trimmed huts nt groat reduction during tho snlo.
519 MAIN STREET