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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1920)
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'CAHEER OF "NED BUNTLINE"
Wo will sell these shingles at $1.00 per thousand below the
retail market This is an opportunity to get the best shingles
made at a price that is a real bargain.
Sawmill Engineering & Construction Co.
Oak and Spring St., near S. P. Depot
IIKIU.IN, June 10. (Ily Mall.)
Hamburg ha Just welcomed two
shipload of repatriated person from
tho Far Kat broucht here In Jwo
From oiip of- the ship Admiral
Mnynr-Waldork, rommunder Ht
Tslngtau, landed with "60 men. wo
mm and children from (lermany's
erstwhile Far Eastern colony who
bail been Interned In Japan,
The other italp wblcb camn (rum
Whew! Wasn't it Hot Today!
YET TONIGHT WILL BE IDEAL FOR
OPEN AIR DANCING
LARGE SMOOTH FLOOR ZIPPY JAZZ MUSIC
SEVENTH AND PINE STREET
I Vladivostok carried I.OftO dermal,
Austrian and some. Turkish wur pri
soner from Siberian and Chines
In a speech of welcome to the pro
Plo from Talngtau Admiral Taegert
mild although Onrmany bud been
boaten In tho Kar East seed had been
town thorn which would restore the
hodor of (lermany's name.
Admlrul Mrver-WaldcckJ, accord
InK to uti agency report, replied that
slnco tbn end of the war a strong re
JvuUlon of feeling In faor of (5er
' tunny Imtl net Jn In Japan wher
there was niucb Indication at the
Kutniito'a Interpretation of the pee
treuty Jtn bad great faith In
tlrrinany' future, he added and able
J diplomacy would doubtless succeed
Cleanliness Reasonable Rates
'I'lar iiriiriiiiriiri "ir
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN WILL BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT,
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN TtfB GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBER IS BEING
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAN BE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRESS
OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Manager. .
I In ru-establlshlng the former friend
I ly relations between the two coun
Tbn Japnee general ataff, con
Jtlnued Meyer-Waldeck, believed to
I the etui that Germany would win tho
Minister Koesler welcomed the
other repatriated person with hochs
for tbo Futberland.
It Ik Ktnted that the perfume of
' flower dliuppeara ai toon aa tbo
turMi In tho petnla la exhausted. It
may. It In nald, be reitored by placing
the flower In a aolutloo of ugr,
I when tbe formation of itarch and the
emission of fragrance will be at once
WrIUr ef Senaatlenat Sterltt Once
Ca'trtmefy Popular Had a ilngu-
larly Advanturout Life.
"Ned Iliirilllnc," wlioce rcnl name
wnn K. 7u C Judon. hurl a career
which won an Ita plane Itoonereltlan.
(largnntnnn and Tartiirltitan. Il I de
acrlbed In "Life and Adventure of
Ned iinillne,,H by Kred B. I'jnd, eth
rrwlxe Will Wlldwnod. any the De
troit New. Judson ran away from
hi home when eleven year old. In
IRM. hemme a unllor and then a raid
ablpman. At fifteen he fought duel
with aeren mldblpmen who hud de
clined to mea with him.
When aoventeen yearn old Jndaon
aerred with distinction In the Sem
inole war. lie became a hunter In the
Kveratadc. then hurried off to the
Itocklea In tbe employ of the North
went Fur company, turned back to tbe
Houthwext, where he married anil
fought more duel.
Judxnn became malnatay of the
Knlrkerttocker Magazine In Ita beat
yenra and wna o violent a begetter of
enxatlonal romance that he once)
wrote a book of 010 page In 02 hour,
lie turned Into a patriot with the
Know Nothing, and on account, of
hi tin re In the Aator place riot wa
ent to tbe penitentiary for a year,
lie then took lilmwlf to the Adiron
dack, which he helped make claulc
crnund for porttnen. lie erved In
the Mexican and Civil war.
"Huntllnc brought "UuITmIo HIM" on
the lnve In a play he wrote one Wed
nesday afternoon, rehearsed over the
week-end and prolilc?d the following
Monduy. lie came to the end of hi
career In 1KMJ. only after be bad writ
ten more than 200 volurnea of tumul
HEROINE HAD HER SYMPATHY
Swedlih Maid Took Paragraph In
Book Which She Wa Reading a
Llttl Too Literally.
One of the pecullnrltle of our Ion
ennce n broucht to the notice of a
Chicago woinnii by her 8weIIh maid.
Tlil girl bud attended night cchool
for wnne weeks and wn delighted by
her attainment In Kngllh. She ex
pnxReil Iter uloh to try her knowledge
by rending a tory In Kngllsh, and the
m'Mren recommended for her peruwil.
a tuli! colled "A Modern Cinderella,"
then running In one of the magazine.
It wn simply worded and appeared
not to present any linguistic pitfall.
"Old you like It, Hilda?" asked the
mUlres. when the rongiizlne was re
turned. "Yii. mn'am," w the reply, "but I
nm sorry slie had so much trouble and
those gin e)cs, too. My brudder. he
Imd one tl eye, and It wa hard for
Tbe Isdy of the bouse was puzzled;
so Hilda unfolded tbe mngazine and
pointed with a respectful finger to the
following undeniable proef:
"A I'olly moved about the kitchen,
doing Jier work, her eye suddenly fell
on the letter which lay unowned on
her nutit's lap. ,
M 'Keen vour ere where ther he-
long,' mid Hint lndshnrply, and poor j
I'olly colored with shame."
How th Heart Best. '
A nonunl heurt, from long before
birth to denth. bent roughly once a
second, mid If It stop beutltig nt nny
time of duy or tilght or weekday or
.Sunday for ns long a sixty second It
never begins bontlng ngiilti. The nor
nml bent ImkIiis at the top of the heart
utid runs don to the bottom of the
henrt with tbe regulurlty of n toss
running down ilic length of a rope.
When the toss, however. Instead of
running regularly down the length of
the rope, scatters It force and merely
sets tho rope slinking feebly through
out It length It lose Its force, mid
In the same wny when the bent of the
tienrt Instead of running regularly and
enslly down from the top of the tienrt
to the bottom merely set the heart
feebly n-qulvcr we have the coudltlon
Air's Density Change.
Job spoke, of the "bottles" of heaven,
and St. Augustine and other thought
"there were window In heaven, and n
these were opened or closed so the
ruin begun mid ended. Hut Hint was
lnn ni-fi ttv.m ns lnfn ns llttt mlililh-
of the eighteenth century the cliemtcn!
nntiire of the nlr wn not known. If
the density of tho atmosphere re
mained constant It could all be com
pressed Into n Inyer about live .tulle
thick, in Hint rose the highest moun
tain penks would stand out In spucc.
piercing the no-culled homogeneous
atmosphere. Hut the density de
creases with elevntlon. nml when the
nvlntor renehes nn elevntlon of 10.000
meter he Is In u medium which Is only
about oiie-thlni ns dense us at the
ground. There are no clouds above
Fashion In 8ulcld.
Tt seems that there are fashions In
suicide. A medical Journal trace their
history from the stone age, when men
sought deutb by Jumping from cliff
or dlsapienrlng In the sen. The an
cient Egyptian poisoned themselves,
with prut sic acid extracted from peach
kernel; the Italian of the Renais
sance used weird combination of or'
scnlc. Shooting came with the, cheap
ening of firearm, asphyxia with' tfie
use of gas for lighting. Carbolic acid
wa the fvorltaK method when every
household' kept 'a bottle of thla for
fighting bedbug. The death ef a
banker from an accidental do of
Klamath Fall Cycler?
Wa handle tbe beat Ih oar line,
each m Motorcycle, Blcyclea,
Part aad Aecorto, Goodyear,
Penneylranla aid DiaBosd Tires
nd Tab. Tbe fcoua of the
two and Uree wkeelero, laelvd
lag Horler-DaTldooa Sarrle.
US B. Mil M.
327 MAIN STREET
t. C CLEOHORN
Office 117 Mats at
t Oflea 1M, Km. 1MU
O. K. FEED 4k SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Wuacanrar
Dr. P. M. Nod
DR. a A. MASSEY
Pomrth aid Pte Bta.
la Warrea Hunt Hoepttal
Off. Phone I7 Km. Pboae MM
kaa New Obmm
ALL WORK GUARaUTtaWD
T iT Tlansatti An.
7I Mala Bt
Jack Moaraw, Proa,
Ctgnrs, Tobacco, Soft Driaka,
Peel and nUlUrda
Darber Shop la Connectloa
"Oourteey 'and See ilea"
KX-8EKV1CK MKN, ATTRNTIOlft
The regular meetings
of Klamath Pott No. I,
American Legion, will bf,
beld at S o'clock p. m., at
Ball In Klamath FalU. on
tba aecond and fourth Tuetdaya of
each month. All Comradea are In
vited. Thorn desiring to loin tba Post
Jmay aecure application blank front
Q. K Van Riper. Fred Nicholson, 01
1. H. Carnahan. all of Kiamatnau
rRKD NICHOLSON. Secretary
The only place where, you
can get help and the only
place where you can get a
1034 MAIN ST.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your, Duds
In Our SihU"
Comer Maui and Corgcr '
ML C. A. KAMBO
L O. O. V.
Wow Ofca for
301 High St PhoM 45S
0ce Pkoaa 177W He 177R
Dr. R D. Lloyd Stewart
PhyalHaa and Bargaoa ' 1
Whit Balldlag . ,
Klaasath Falls Orewaa
DR. F. R. GODpARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I: O. O. P. Temple
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Roosm 1 aadl I
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBOH
I. O. O. P. BdMIsg
Residence White Pellcaa Hotel
Resldeae Phoa I.
J)R. L. L. TRUAX
WAKREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Daj Pbooe. 407 NlfM PnoaM, SM
HAW MILL KNGINKKRINO
Designers natl ballder of aaoeV
era saw mills, ailaalac wUU aad
box plaata. Ilredcln;. Pile oVirlag.
Office Corner Spring; and Oak
Near H. 1. Depot
I am bow prepared to farmtafe
dhaau Sand from tba Hoey, CaBU,
sand and gravel pit. In any quantity
tbat may be dedred by contractor
AL r. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
RoGlazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
l o. a F.
Meet Friday nlgbt of each week at
; O. O. F hall, 5th and Main street.
Hyman Wescbler, N. a.; W. C. Well.
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Kwaana Kneampmsnt No. 41. L O
O. P., meeta Taaaday night of aaate.
week At U O. O. F. ball. W. II. North,
C. P.; W. D, Cofer, Scribe; Fred
ARTHUR R. WILSON
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