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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SEND YOUR MAIL ORDERS TO
KKK STORE For Your Winter W
As this kind of weather makes it hard for the farmers to get
to town to make their selections, send us your mail order. Wo
will pay all postage, express or stage charges. Goods sent sub
ject to your approval. You'll probably need a mackinaw, some
rubbers, sweaters, gloves, undorwear, sox, etc.
Top Notch, Ball Brand, Gold Seal Rubbers; Patrick Macki
naw and Bigger Than Weather Woolen Goods; Lewis Union
Most complete line of Winter Wear in the country. H
Send us a trial mail order. We'll strive to please.
KKK STORE--Leading Clothiers and Hatters
that he can giro many professional
"Asparagus, onions, cabbage,
cauliflower and sweet potatoes are
tlio best crops for this district," ho
said. ''This year I had In twenty
acres of Avondalo malzo which did
! well until the smelter smoke hit It.
) Then I had a third of a crop.
! "I had a large tract of Japaneso
DOUGLAS. Ariz.. Dec.
ection of crops that will resist, honey sorghum which proved smoke
smelter smoke has made Dr. A. W. resistant. Black amber cano did
Vanneman a successful farmer in , well and so did Mllo maize. We had
spite of the handicaps that face a good crop of corn. Tomatoes
residents of mining towns i were poor.
Dr. Vanneman .has not only look- "I have one tract of three acres
d after the health of the commun-j which I first planted In Irish po
ity, but he has also conducted in- tatoes, which failed to develop
dependent Investigation in crops so About the last of June I planted
barley on the snmo ncrcngo and got
a good crop. After harvesting this
I planted millot In August and got
a good crop."
Doctor Vanneman said, "Punches,
survive ttio smoke, though apples
and pears do not do woll Wells
dug on tho ranch Irrigate the place.
Do not delay. Get one of thoso
10-acro tracts of tulo land, now on
the market for a short time. Sco
It. E. Smith, G17 Main St ll-lt
Tho highest active volcano Is
Popocatepetl, near Puobla, Moxlco.
It Is 17,000 feet above sea lovel and
has n crater of 2,000 feet wide.
Buy His Christmas
At a Man's Store
You will find in our large
stock of Holiday Gifts for
Merry Christmas Buying is on in
Good Earnest at Our Store
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WOLF SHOWS REAL CUNNING
Stofanston Compare Him With Uit
Fox, to tho Disadvantage of
tho Smaller Animal
The wisdom of tho fox li not no evi
dent ni the saying In widespread, but, J
the more I see of wolves tho mitre
reipect I have for their Intelligence. i$
which Is unique among tliu nonhuiiMOi?
Inhabitants of tho North. !
The second day on the new land 11
met a wolf thnt cattio running toward!
mo nt first, for he could not fall to
mlslnko me at n dlstanco for a cari
bou, hut when he got within two
hundred yards and could see more
plainly he realized my strangeness
and, what Is truly remarknble, In
ferred that I might bo dangerous.
This wolf could certainly never have
seen a human being before, and the
only dark thing of sire comparable to
mine that ho had ever seen must have
been cither a caribou or n munknx.
Tho caribou nro his prey, and while
he seldom kills a muskqx he at leant
has no reason to fear that exceptional
ly clumiy and slow-moving animal.
nut at two hundred yards this wolf
paused and. after a good Jook that
witlsfled him that I was something now
In his experience, commenced to clrclo
me nt that dlstanco to get my wind.
When he got It It took him off nt top
speed. The similarly unsophisticated
foxes of this region will commonly
nin within ten or fifteen yards of you
and follow you around for miles, bark
ing like n toy dog following a pedes
trian. Vllhjalmur Stefunuon In Harp
Call at the
We are open nights and Sundays
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
CAM) Or THANKS
Children' Coats arrived at , W,, w,uh l0 1oxU',1"1 our thanlJ ,0
MOK'8; thoso In need of garments,"10 ,,l(l friend who assisted tu la
Hhould cull nl onco. ll-lt I laying aw ay the form of our dear
; -sister; to tho Hcboknlu, the Order
ANTI-D Throo nowsboya at tho f ,,. ru).,. a,r , ,, n M,
Herald Olllco. 11-tf I ot ,,u 1'n8tur" Stnr- t0 ,ho " Jlr
nmiuiwicK lor ins Kinu remiru
EXERCISE MAY BE OVERDONE
Everything a Man Wears
We have everything that men wear, including
Shirts of eveiy description, Underwear, Glove's,
Hosieiy, Lounging and Bath Robes, House Coats,
Leather Goods, some of the finest Grips and Hand
Bags in real leather of the finest quality.
Nature'a Signals to Delist Should Be
Heeded by Thoaa Who Would
"Pursued ostensibly to promoto per
sonal welfare, physical exercise Is not
Infrequently curried to a point of over
doing, which results In Injury rather
than benefit." says tho Journal of the
American Medical Association.
Commenting on some observations
made on aviators, It sa the test of
tho vnlue of nn exerclso lies In tho
physiological adjustments that It In
duces. "If the Imurt reduces Its rate
of beating and Is less sensitive to exer
clso, th training Is commendable.
Training should make tho heart und
other muscles better and enduro fa
tiguing exercises better than tho un
trained heart does. Consequently, If
the heart reacts excessively as n re
sult of work; If there Is a rapid rise
In pulse rate, which returns to Its nor
mal only nftcr a long Interval, tho
fundamental aim of exercise for health
has not been accomplished. The symp
toms of nn overworked mechanism nro
at hand. Howover advantageous vig
orous training may ho In the great ma
jority of cases, failure to adjust to
tho Increased demand of work Is nl
ways a signal to desist and nn Indi
cation that other modes of perfecting
tho organism should bo sought."
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Go to Shophords and buy your
season tickets for tho Musical Club
Borlco of concerts and hoar tho now
Allco Nollson records 11-Ct
FOIl SAMC Ono qunrtor horso
powor motor, ono throo horso
power motor, ono 00 kuIIoii hot
water tank Inqulro Now City
FOR IlKNT Comfortahlo room for
working man GIG Klamath Avo
Tonight Is the regulan' meetlnj
night of tho Klks lodgo and C. II.
Undrwood, tho exalted ruler, re
qucAts a full attendance.
Hest yet. Herald Want Ads.
LOST A black silk bag, a largo
bond ornament on each sldo, and
'black tnsHol on ond. Return to First
Stato & Savings Hank. ll-3t
BOOKMARKS OF EVERY KIND
Store Opens Week Days at 8:80 A. M.; Closes nt 0:00 P. M.
ftoro Opens Saturdays nt 8:80 A. H.; Closes at 0:00 P. M.
"JJOOTIiKOS" IX CHURCH
DALLAS, Tox., Doc 11 Charged
by tho police with conducting n
"proBporous hoootlegglng business"
In tho basement of ono of tho larg
est churches lioro, tho Janitor of tho
houso of worship has suddenly do
partod for parts unknown,
Moxlco Is 1,900 miles long from
northwest to southeast, and its
width varies from 140 to 7G0 miles
Ono hundred years ago tho contor
of population of theUnItod States
was 10 raHes north of Woodstock,
Strip of Bacon About the Most Unlqut-
That D Molnei Librarian Has
The most startling marker that For
est I. Spauldlng, public librarian of
Des Moines, Iown, has como ncrosa In
tho books that have circulated from
the library wns a' strip of underdona
bacpn. The most ordlnnry bookmark
found In the books Is the common va
riety of wire hairpin. Hairpins might
lie collected by the hundreds. Mr.
Spnuldlng says, but owing to that
very fact they are considered as fair
ly worthless from tho collector's stand
mint. The vacation senson Is announced
snnunlly by tho presence of snapshots
In tho returned books. Theso are both
personal or otherwise In chnrnctcr,
Postcards and letters, too, come In
often. Frequently letters addressed
nnd stamped nre found Just as they
wero left by tho book borrower who
doubtless was proceeding postofllce-
ward by way of the library. Theso aro
mailed from tho library.
fi Spauldlng hns noticed any num
ber oTprotTy gfrla sitting on the bpuch
at Rlvcrvlew Park wth books, nnd he
has been looking forward nil summer
to recovering a bnthlng suit absent '
mlndedly left by qno of tho young
ladles In her bqok.
"SPOT LlflRT SADIE"
A Story of tho Chorus and Men
Kxtru Added Attraction
A ICejsloiio Comedy
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