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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
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TOE IVPtING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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-I Funny how women used to go to
I 'Purl far the stiles. Isn't It? They
Dy LONK STAB
,eejn to be going to Africa for them
Someone told Lone Star yesterday
that Cap. Siemens was going to get
U If ho had to bore 35,000 feet for
It. Why didn't they say that tin
ware going to hell and be denu with
Oae of our local cltlxens tells the
following story, and he stated to
Loae Star that It happened In a very
prominent local home. "It occurred
la tho evening. 1 and several others
were calling. As we chatted In the
parlor we heard the patter of little
feet at the head of the stairs above.
The mother of this particular home
raised her hand for silence. 'Hush
The children are going to deliver
their good-night message,' she said
eeftly. 'It alwayi gives me feeling
ef reverence to hear them. They are
so snuch nearer the Creator than we
re. and they speak the lore that Is
is their hearts never so fully as when
the dark baa come. Listen:' Then
there was a moment of tense silence.
Then, 'Mamma,' came the message,
Willie fonnd a bedbug?'"
Al Sloan asked the Lone Star If
short shirts bad come Into stle
again. We replied that since those
tight sweaters have come Into vogue,
we had not glven the matter a
There Is something In being as
young as one feels, but there Is noth
ing In being as rich as cne feels.
How do you like that AntldlluTlan?
Hear it 7,000 years ags too?
Lone Star has been looking around
very carefully for "cut-prices" but so
tar baa been nnable to discover one
that has been even scratched.
No donbt our virtuous Antldllu
Tiaa heard that one a hundred years
afecfto. That is to hear him
He barely knows his A. B. C.
Nor doea he wear a B. V. D.
Here' one that starts off as It
would Just suit oar unknown? friend,
we will spring It on you.
Until he signed an I. O. U.
And he got wise then P. D. Q.
So now be buys stuff F. O. B.
Unless they send It C. O. D.
Improving are we not, Antldllu-vlaa?
Say folks what do you think
about a "Barefoot club"? We do not
aee how such a club could advance
the prices of shoes. If no one in
America will wear a shoe until Au
gust we guarantee that ladles pumps
with no more leather In them than
there Is paper In a postage stamp
will not sell for $20 and up.
A story Is told of little Willie who.
qlways used to end his prayers with
this: "Please God, send me a baby
brother." After praying for tbe baby
brother for some months, Willie got
disheartened, and said one day "I
don't believe God has got any more
babies to give away. I'm going to
stop praying for one." So be stopped
praying. Not long afterwards he was
carried Into his mother's room and
waa shown twin brothers who had
arrived in tbe night. Willie loked at
them and said "Gee It's a good thing
I stopped praying when I did."
A fellow edged up to Lone Star
this morning, and, In a subdued
voice, asked: "Do you want a bot
tle?" "Bottle of what?" we In
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'ami furs.' A mixture of Red
Cedar Chips nnd Moth Flake.
Cheaper and more effective
that, moth balls. Lntge package
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Week End Sale
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TWKNTV I'KU t'KNT IMKfOl'NT off the marked
price on t.11 Indies' hand bags nnd vanity cases,
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$2.50 MAXIMUM FOUNTAIN
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Opeko Coffee Is not a drug but Is a high grade
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In drug stores.
GOc Opeko Breakfast Tea 50c
40c Vanilla Extract 29c
MR. BUSINESS MAN
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nnd stationery need and at reasonable prices The
stationery department has been restocked with a
complete line of office supplies to meet your every
As near a complete linn of Irving-Pitt Loose
Leaf Ledgers, Price Books, Binders and Fillers as
market conditions permit There are many num
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Bound Ledgers and Journals, Time Books', In
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I, M, Mr, !I.V
Dr. Murphy, the public health.
service surgeon, haa gone but he'si
not forgotten by any means. Also-H
he saya he la coming back but we'
doubt it. Guess Murphy and Andyl
Soule had a merry time for a few
days, but things are nearly normal
once more, and business Is going on
as usnar k,
We can fit you with an Excelsior Non
Skid Truss that will positively remain
set when unco adjusted to tbe person
Rupture cannot work out from under
pad. An expert truss titter always In
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the case. Tbe bible assures us that
such waa a fact. And tbe good book
assures us who that woman was but
... . .we will not go Into that. Tbe fact
.,n?der0ot":;e r r po,n,,l" w"eh " "- o'd u'b" Nb ",-
ii bonod Z UeV T ""ted. and celebrated In good shape
me honored question of prostltu- ,nrcer.tlon In tbe
tlon, and they are these. Can It be.
done away with and If so, bow? I
too, after his Incarceration
wash-tub. If Murphy bad have been
local authority that will put bis foot I
down on It, regardless of public opln-.
JAPAN BIG BUYER
OF PF.ND CEDAR
As long as this old globe has re-1
volved on Its axis, and p:sslbly long
er, tbe Inhabitants of it have bad to-
face that question. If you remem-'
ber, tbe first thing old Noah did'
alive then .and stuck
might have been useful.
How's that Antldiluvlan?
If tbe people of Klamath Falls
want a "Tulee." let them put in office
men which will allow a "Tules" to
run. That bunch Is In office now.
he But If the people of Klamath Falls
do NOT want a "Tules" then lot
them put In office men who WILL
NOT let a "Tules" run. There Is
'enly one place to deilde these que-
Now, folks listen. Old Noah was tlons, and that Is ut the polls.
llhsi), Ore. Jucn 9. Tliough It
looks exactly like rotten rorjwood
TO IW DUTI.P
HOtlOl.l'l.r, T II. May 22 (By
.Mull. I AltliouKh the Jupanese gov-
.and would be iiassed upon as talue-
casual observer, a class of
that has been moving oJt of
carload lots brings a high
price for a peculiar purpose The
timber In question Is seasoned- too
well seasoned It appears Juniper,
on Its way to Japan to lie marie Into
oer, me nrst thing old Noah did' . I man found .. b) r,-hUOus' -rnnwnl has made somti concessions "",,.'- ., .
when he ... out of the b.rd-c.ge.. .ht of be LoS. S TZl It's the devil's own Job though. ,. I- lb. mxt.er of the release of II.. g "J "
to'XrST'?"7 h ,0k; eason. hV was 1 from the flood, get men and women to turn out to'wa.lan-born Japanese from Japanese Jj J" .V" to k
ev:D 'et'T b,,,8 " Now-elther the .Lord approved of vote In a president... campaign, let cUUen.h,p,t,, hold. Physically ,.
i.... h, ... i . ,- that kind of righteousness or Old tione ai a cny eiecuon i
Ivl:?,:t: ihe.:n!.!.a.me.f:.om.. ' u n... had the um mm. - or ,h. m .r
everything on the earth was de-f
stroyed by the flood.
from tbe question.
But that's aside
Either one of the two. Which one, Kail".
We know this the first thing old
whiskers did, was to get a beautiful
bun on, and, as we would naturally
expect, there was also a. woman in
deponent sayeth not.
i Then, when tbe question bos been
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Now then which was It? and decided at the polls, let the sldo that
It's too big a question for uh to an- 1 "ep their mouth shut, and not
swer. The fact which I want to bring be everlastingly trying to agitate and
out though, is, that In those days, a arta ometblng that they cannot fin
rhshteous man committed tho very lh. If tbe populace of this city want
! crime which Dr. Murphy and thou- n open town let them vote for an
'sands of others are trying to stamp Pon town, and If they want a closed
out. And from that day to this In- town, ivt mem vote for a closed
creaslngly, as the years go by, that town AND THEN when they have
mis 10 ine, " "" n. .....vt- ,., .....,. . ... . . .,
twenty enrs of ago liable for mill-. " ' "' . , ' '""" "
tary service, according to an an- T ' . f""'1 J1,'","" '"
nouncment by the department of 0Ck V ' ."," "xpcrlm,,n,",
public Instruction of tho Territory of Cft """ "7"""" 0 l" wo,",
IMwall. The department'- nn. """"';" Wng out of hero for
-... i..i. .mi in jnrim on sieaiiisnip
nouncement Is contained In a digest
of the Japanese law covering citizen
ship prepared by Hawaiian officials,
following tho launching of the re
cent agitation among Hawnllin-born
Japanese for complete freedom from
their home-land laws.
Associations of Hawaiian-born
running from Portland to tho Orient.
WILL MAKI. PA Plllt OF
. AI.AHK.1.V FORK8TH
same sin has been committed.
No folks, as long as men and
decided, let them go to It.
Tbe easiest and surest way to re-
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women are constituted as they ure.iPe"! a"y 'aw Is to rigidly enforced
'prostitution will flourish, and all tbe i't- So then, on trial the peop'Ve
laws, and all the preachers, and all J"- 8 then If, on trial tho people
the schemes of mice nnd men wll,dclde that the open town Is deslr
"gang aft aglee" as for as stopping It Bb,0 ,et them have It, und let those
that don't want It, either keep quiet,
or move. And vlce-versa. See the
If It Is an ovll which cunnot be polnt?
eliminated, us il dvviiik lo be, (lieu lei
it bo kept under control. By no I 8o yo" eo Antldiluvlan, wo can
means let tho gaino be carried on ln-ta,k Bvnl"3 "nco ln " wh" t00'
dlscrliiiinatelv. as that would bo rank
folly, nut and If it Iiuh lo be-then MUST TEACH ENGLISH
Ict'H muko as harmlens an ovll out of
It us wo tan.
JUNEAU, Alaska, May 1. (By
Mall.)-I'niif.r iitnniH m.. MH iH.
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Japanese have forwarded a pleu 0 ' vaclo Alaskn'M thousands of acres of
the Toklo government lo lie released P"'l timber, according to reports re
from tho dual-citizenship obligations i "Ived horo. Ono plant, the first.
Imposed by tho Japanese regulations DUI' nlll to ba established In Alaska,
and also have asked President Wl..' l0 " erected on tho Hixel rlor.
The Department of Agriculture at ite eapwrisaMtsI farm at Ar
Ilagtoa. Va., wage en meeain warfare ag4at the deadly grala
mute.' It la eatlmated that muta which eoaU he pretested every
veer deetroy eeougb wheat te make (our mllliea berreU et lour. Oetv
eeh UJA one mllllM heraes, and bailer rye eetul to ferny
hMdred tieeeMd barrele. ThU ttetere ehewi eswerli ivwdeemg re
.sa rleasi eeHa the lelnraiatls-i wklak aM
MVPNT WTM-M to (W A4WeKjre4 QtfHlfNH
Cortalnly It Is wroni:, for women,
proved to bo Infected with dUuaxo, to
be allowed to ply their trado without
restraint. Wo would l.ko to see tho
world rid of it altogether but wo
will never sea that. Next to that wo
would like to sea the laws mado so
stringent, that the danger of Infec
tion is reduced to the lowest possible
IN T. H. SCHOOLS
As far as Dr. Murphy's trip Is con
cerned, we will say this. Two weeks
after Dr. Murphy haa left here, tbe
place will be running aa wide and
open aa ever, if not more so, and all
tbe Murpbys between here and Mur
pbytown, will never be able to stop,
or eves coatrol it until we get some
IIOHOLULU. T. Il Mny 10. (liy
Mall.) No InnKungo qtlior thnn
English shall bo taught In any
kcIiooI, public or private In tho ter
ritory of Hawaii, in any grado Jowor
thnn tho sovetith, says n draft of a
proposed bill to lie submitted to tho
noxt session of tho territorial legis
lature by the chamber of commerce
Other proposed changes In the ter
ritorial laws being considered by tho
chamber of commerce Include:
A provision that the department
of public instruction, before Issuing
a certificate to and teacher, shall
satisfy Itself that such teacher pos
sesses idtals of democracy and bas
a knowledge of tbe English language,
American history and- methods of
son to present tbclr casb at Toklo.
The original Japanese law classed
all children of Jnpaneso parents, re
gardless of whero bom, as Japanese
citizens, but an umendmnnt In 191G
allowed fornlgn born Japaneso to
drop their citizenship under certain
Tho following data concerning tliu
filing of petitions for roleaso from
Japanese citizenship by Hawaiian-
born Japanese was gathered by tho
department of public Instructien:
Applicant must linvo heoii born In
Hawaii, must bo nn Amorlcan citizen
nnd must lie residing In Hawaii,
Mnlo and fniiiiilo applicants undor
seventeen yours of ago nro accoptoil
In order lo bocomo legally ills,
charged from Jupanoso cltlzomdilp
obligations, consent must bo obtain
ed from tho secretary of tho Intorlor,
ju nines jrom hero, by a Juneau
company. Another company Is plan
ning to build ut Pufcrsburg, Alusku,
south of Juneau,
govornment; and tho department
may revoke the certificate of a teach
er found wanting In these require
. Charge for tuition in high schools
of children who are not citizens of
the United States and also for pupils,
who being citizens, have not filed
proof tbat tbelr sole allegiance la to
tbe United States. , .
In your wardrobo Is most easily at
tained by sending your clothes to us
to bo clounod und dyed, Wo ro
move all soiled spot and restore tho
garment to Its former state, You'll
never know bow much good we.
remains In that ault unlesi you let
us renovate It for you.
KLAMATH DTE WOItKB
41 Mala Bt,
Klaaaata Falls, Ore.
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