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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HAD MET HIS KIND BEFORE I BUSINESS CARDS
For the past week we have been makjng preparations for the
New Year menu and our .chef promises that this dinner will be
quite a success. We hope that our patrons will delight in our New
Year's Special Dinner. Below we publish the menu for your ap
kJ mfci&usm mmmMMiftz
New Year's Special Dinner
Russian Cnvlnr sur Canape
Chicken Okrn with Rloo
Celery en Branch California Almcnds
, , v FInIi
Fried Filet of Sole, Tartar Sauce
'' Freih Crab Flake Mayonalse
Your Choice of
Kuprvrrui of Chicken Fricarsee a la Reasant
Roast Spring. Chicken, Oyster Dressing
Candled Sweet Potatoes Sifted Peas in Cream
Your Choice of ,
Plum Pudding, Hard and Fine Sauce
Hot Mince Pie
"Uncle Joe" Cannon's Withering Re
buke of LobbyUt Who Thought
to Make "Bluff" Good,
Joseph Guernsey Cannon, more af
fectionately known throughout the
length and breadth of the land as
"Uncle Joe," Is Hearing his elghty
fourth birthday. He loves his f el low
man and Is ooe of the most affable
members of congress toward stran
gers, nut Uncle Joe hates "boun
ders" and lobbyists and is stin young
and vigorous enough to resent thplr
attempts at familiarity, says the Wash
For the benefit of a couple of men
with legislative axes to grind whom
he wa endeavoriag to Impress 'with
his own Importance around the capitpi,
one of( ,the well-known Jpbbylsts held
up ''Uncle Joe" near thfc cigar coun
ter In the f bouse restaurant "Hello,
Uncle Joe!" he exclrilraed. "Haven't
seen you for tome days. Yon sure are
looking fine. Won't, yon, have a cigar
wlthms -oneof,yoor old favorites?" ,
Then the cpld, steady, steely look in ,
untie joes eyes gave mm a warning,
lie tried to bluff.lt off.
"vhy, Uncle Joe, you don't seem to
But he reckoned without his host
you Just can't bluff Uncle Joe. He has
pinyed the great American Indoor
game too long for thatj With shoul
ders thrown back, arms stiffened at
his side, eyes piercing the presuming
acquaintance, he raised himself on his
toes, leaning cloer and daringly to
ward the face of Ihe other, and said:
"No, I don't remember you. Why, If
when you get to the pearly gates you
don't look more familiar to St. Peter !
than you do now to me. he'll say to
you. 'Get to out of here; I don't
Commission & Auction
Yes, wo buy household fur
niture and merchandise. High
est cash price paid. See
1008 Main St.
Marble & Granite Works
1040 MAIN ST.
Pbone 846-J 1122 Main St.,
''AJTD '- CONFECTIONERY "
ro'rmerly'kf is'Maln Sti.
Home-Made Plea and Cake. '
Ice Cream and Fruits.
ORIGIN OF "DICKENS NAMES"
1,1, 1-1 111 II II .11
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Pursuit Long a Favorite Amusement
of the Admirers of Writer of
One of the most Interesting of seml
lltcrary hobbles is the search after
the origin of "Dickens names." It Is
specially Interesting, no doubt, because
nobody can prove to demonstration
that his particular "solution" Is the
correct one, and. as a consequence,
the long list of potential discoveries
Is seldom reduced, much less exhaust
ed. One of the lntest "strikes" Is a
possible origin for the old favorite,
"I'hndhand." A recent writer tells how.
a few ,i'rs ago. In one of the small
ho inlet, between Sutton and Epsom,
there stood a small tailor's s!.op bear
Intr In large letters the name of "Chad
luiml" And lie goes on to wonder
whether Dickens, "going down by road
Dorking, noticed the name, and kept
It for future use." for on that route
lie would have passed the ery door
, of the shop. The writer seems to think
It highly likely; while. In proor tnat
Plrkens actually made the Journey,
was It not In the town of Dorking
that there stood the Marquis of Gran
by? And was It not the hostess of
the Marquis of Granby who ultimate
ly became Mrs. 'eller? Christian
We handle the Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
ively. Also buy, sell and exchange;
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes.
C. 'E. BtSMARK '
115 B. 0th St. Klamath Fallal
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazing done in any part
of the city
E. C. BTUCKY.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477 W 1024 Main.
it 'A'h yf f ,
WHAT IS IT?
It is the best paying class of advertising in the world if you
have something to sell that belongs among little ads that you find
in The Herald.
JUST TRY IT ONCE
, If you have something in your attic, your basement, your
spare room, your barn, around you anywhere that you want to
sell, try The Herald classified ads and you will find' a buyer.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING
Advertise for it, trying The Herald's classified ads. Some
one has something for sale that you want. Let The Herald find
it for you. It costs you but a few cents a day;
Classified ads cost you 5 cents a line a day five words to the
line. They must be paid for in advance and cannot be received
over the telephone that is why they are so cheap.
Beauty In Seaweed.
Contemplating seaweed, the curator
of this department In the New York
botanical gardens has made a sug
gestion, timely with regard to the
present exhibition of specimens In the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, that here
may be found many a charming sug-,
gestion, hitherto unnoticed by. artists,
'or the creation of decorative designs.
One Is reminded of the passage "In
which Ruskln tells how the Greek
architect found a beautiful design In
the movement of ocean waves; and
wonders that Ruskin himself, with his
keen appreciation of art suggestions
In nature, did not deal with the varied
beauty of design discoverable In the
different senweeds. Perhaps he 'did.
and one has forgotten It; at any rate
seaweed has not, It seems, yet "sup
plied suggestion for the design of lace,
tapestries, prints, and architectural
ornament, and the Idea adds material
for the work of designers.
J. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
Phenes: Ofllce ICO, Res. 102J
Mortgage on a Cat.
There was filed In the office of the
recorder of deeds in Stockton, Mo the
most unusual chattel mortgage ever
presented at the office. The articles
mentioned to secure a debt of $40
were as follews: One shotgun, one
Winchester rifle, two violins, one black
tomcat with white feet, named Tom.
It was not specified that the guns had
hummers nor the fiddle with bow, but
the Identification of the tomcat was
considered by the mortgagee the most
valuable part of the security. St.
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,,
sold and exchanged.
729 Main St.
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drlnb.il
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop in oCnnectlon
"Courtesy 'and Service"
Caution of a Climber.
Trlend Why do you never take
your tamlly out In your car?
Newrleh My wife Is against it.
Prlend Why so?
Newrleh There are seven In my
family, and she's afraid people would
think I was operating a Jitney bus.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Streets
Sign of Greatness.
"What sort of n man Is Jobblos?"
"How do you mean?"
"Is he n prominent citizen?"
"Well, Jobblesacts as If mighty re
sponsibilities rested on his shoulders,
but I'vo never heard of nnjbody point
ing him out in a hotel lobby."
"I see the local picture palace ad
vertises an augmented orchestra this
"Yes: In addition to the piano we .this 20th day of December, 1919
have a ukelele now and then." Louis- Diamond Tiro & Vulo. Co
vllle Courler-JournaL 1-820 F. L. SMITH
Hair Dressing, Shampooing,
Manicuring, Pace Massage
Leo Apts., 5th and Walnut
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That tho partnership heretofore ex
isting between C. R. Marplo and F.
L. Smith, of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
under tho name, style, description
and assumed name of Diamond Tire
& Vulcanizing Company, has been
this day dissolved by mutunl con
sent; said F. L. Smith will continue
the business, collect all accounts due
tho firm, and pay nil bills owing by
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Phono 434 W.
Loom Is Bldg., Klamath Falls
DR. O. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. Building
Now Opes, for ,
C" . i a
Office' Phone 7177W "Res 177R t j
rv. '14 rn 'i iaj aZmi :
Physician and Surgeon
'White Building :
Klamath Falls Oregon tj
DR..F. R. GODDARD,
Osteopathic Physician A 8nr(on
Suite 211, I. o6. F. Templs
'" (over'k. k. K: Store)
Phone 821 . . '' ' .
(The only Osteopathic j Physi
cian and Burgeon la Klamiitk
E. D. LAMB
Physician and, Surgeon
Rooms 4 and 5
17R Swanson Dldg.
Physician nnd Surgeon
Office, White BIdg.
MEDICINE AND, SURGERY
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Truax
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. BIdg
Ofllce phone 8GJ
Res P.hone 86M
Phenes: 151.T Office.
Office 420 Main
Residence 1000 Main
SAW MILL ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTION CO. !
Designers ' and bb.ilders of mod
era Saw MiUs, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contracts
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office in K. D. Building
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 250-Y 017 Klamath Ave.
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
jand and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM.
CITY AND COUNTY ABSTRACT
' ARTHUR R. WILSON
Real Estate, Insurance;
Good buys in farms nnd city
Jas. M. Watkins Jr.
Suite 1, Swnnson Bldg,