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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, JULY M, 1
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seems, neither con tlio youth.
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The Family Health
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Every housewife knows that dampness and melt
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all kinds of food are kept fresh and dainty,
Furthermore, it is easier to keep your refriRcra
tor sweet and clean where there are no messy
drainpipes, dampness ami drip-pans.
Isko fits any refrigerator. It runs liy electricity.
IJcinu automatic it needs no watching or thoug (it
Sec Isko. the scientifically simple Cold-Maker,
today. Prompt installations arc possible if you
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Isko comes in latter size for commercial use.
Send for our booklet, "lilectric Refrigeration."
Agents for Southern Oregon
PEOPLE'S ELECTRIC STORE
Phone 12212 W. Main St.
A. B. Cunningham, Prop Medford, Oregon
(My LONE HTAH) .
Ill answer to tlio mi con (1 nltouiPt
nt wit by tlint would-bn poot, per
haps this little vnrmi will de:
Thoro In n guy whoso nninu In I
To inn hu's staunch iiml truo;
llu'll nllrk by inn until I illu,
Whntovnr I may de:
No art or word liu riorum absurd,
It "I" Us author liu,
Wliiiriiforii I cry with ono nccord,
"Hlp-plp-iiniiruy for mo."
Curly to txjtl nnd early to rlo,
Itulnn my temper nnd gums up myl
ITALY HAS FLOATING
FAIR ON THE SEA
Home. July 4. (Ily Malt.) A (lost
'Ing fair ha boon organised by the
'Italian government and will visit
'Tunis, Algiers, Tanglor, I.Ubon, liar-
culona, Marseilles and Genoa. It will
carry saplcs of all tlio product Italy
ran ciport and will remain from
four to seven days at each port. Or
ders will bo despatched to producer
by wlroless, thus enabling the buy
era lo recolvo an answer tho tame
If tho undertaking Is aucceiaful,
ai It U confidently espected It will
be, another fleating: fair will bo lent
to North Amorlca, anothor to'Ilraiil,
Uruguay and, Argentina and a third
one to Antilles, Venezuela, l'cru and
I'lirurt liu III" of l.lfn.
Forgot tho Rlnndnr you hava heard.
Forgot tho hasty, unkind word.
Forgot the quarrel and tho causo,
Forget tho whole affair, bocsuso
Forgetting In tho only way.
Forget tho atorm of yesterday.
Forget tho chap whoso sour fac'o
Forgets tho smile In any place.
Forget the trials you hate had,
Forget the weather If It's bad;
Forget tho knocker, he's a freak;
Forget him seven days a week.
Forget ou're not a millionaire,
Forget the gray streaks In your hair.
Forget the homo team lost tho game.
Forget tho pitcher was to blarno.
Forgot the coffee when It's cold,
Forget tho kick, forget tho scold.
Forget tho plumber's awful charge,
Forget tho Iroman'N bill Is largo,
Forget tho coalman and his ways
Forget tho heat of summer days.
Forget to ever got tho blues.
Hut don't forget to pay your dues.
Sparkling eyes, brilliant color, glowing,
young skin the result of good health ! Even
if Nature has endowed you with health and
beauty you must preserve them. You
must retain your youth of spirit of action
Healthy, young skin creates the impression
of beauty more quickly than any other asset.
Aad then an rural Creoase lorertry SsianMstjasi
sms to proses yessr akta froas stoats sssnehyse or srtss
to cteuss) the ekla-te buMilsssn M TwsrsMa
etoaaajyowffY ' i,
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Atalldruatista. Try It
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Two little fleas sat by tho road,
And ono to tno omer nam;
I havu no placo to hang my bat
oih.a . nt.l ftnir ! tleatl.
0IIHU ! vn '- -
I've traveled many a weary mllo;
No further will I ream:
Hut the first domed dog that shows
Will bo my homo sweet home."
A Music Tragedy
(Dedicated by I.one Star to Francis
X. Ilushman. his favorite actor)
In childhood Myron hated curls.
As thlngi designed to plague and vex
They wore adornment fit for girls;
Hut for a man why they d unsex
When his woro shorn when ho was
Ho was tho happiest lad alive.
In youth, our Myron used to dip
Ills brush In water and apply It
Until his hair would almost drip,
And 'twould tako hours and hours
to dry It.
Mko polished ebony Its sheen,
No curls for him at seventeen.
out oh the sudden change that
When first he mot the gentler sex;
For Myron loved a classy dame
Whose one delight was Francis X.
And bf nu curia sne useo a rave,
So long and such a luscious wave.
Alas today our hero wears
Locks as wild as any storm-tossed
H coasts among his chlefsst cares
Tho latost soap, shampoo or lotion,
Ho overworks his eurlln Iron.
Tho sbotIm bbto corrupted Myroa.
A Ptosi Hoc Ike KMs
Nairfv oarr day MODle coma to
tho oSleo of this paper I am advtsod
looklas for" room, who say mat
thslr greatest dlSUutty la duo to tho
tact that they hava children. For
this reason peoplo will not take
them( la . One lady exclaimed to the
Lone 8tar: "What can I do I've
got them and I can't kill them."
At a time like this when accom
modations are so scarco, owners of
apartments and rooms should strain
a point, and even It they do not like
youpgstors, tako them In and make
tho host of It. All of us, at a period
mors or loss remoto wore kids, and
wore allowed to llvo, so now as a re
sult It Is our turn to let llvo.
In an Atlanta paper the othor day
there appeared an ad. In which tho
mother wanted to exchange, two per
fectly good children tor two poodle
dogs, as she said, after a groat deal
of search for apartments, she found
one where they would not tako chil
dren, but would take poodle dogs.
In the name of Heaven, are we
getting to such a pass In America T
Such a view of life Incites race sui
cide. In the name of common sense,
justice and humanity, let Klamath
Falls frown oa thla teadeney. Ana
in the same name, if oar police (area
la sat capable of atoHS thedevll-
Uk practice or professional gasa
Mora aad Kempt, Usm set sa saaa sa
Tho mills of the Hod grind slow
ly, hut tlioy grind exceeding flno. A
couple of our roiitirllinun will And
out tlio bitter truth of that saying
Ixjfoni very long.
CALIFORNIA NEWS T
MAHVHVIM.B, July 28. Two
buildings In Marysvlllo's business
miction, housing stori-s, n lodging
house and an automobile repair shop,
wore destroyod by flro stortly after
midnight Wodnesday. Tho Ions Is
placed at approximately 1100,000.
The blazo originated In tho auto ro
pnlr shop of Fred H. Moore, where
13 automobiles wero lost.
COLE AERO 8 I
MAUVSVILLE. July 26. Word
has been rocolved from the Philip
pines of the doath of Mrs. Dean
Lockwood, wife of a former resldont
of lirownsvllle, Yuba county. Mrs.
Lockwood passed away following the
birth of her baby.
WILLOWS, July 2. Mrs. Cath
erine Quint, who Is dead here, was
born In Missouri In 1842,.
CHICO, July 2. Chlco Journey
man painters have presented em
ployers with a demand for a 12 dally
Incresse effective on August 15 un
der threat of a strike.
Tho painters now receive 17 and
18 par day for rough and finished
AUIIUIlN, July 26. E. O. Amund
itcn, Placer county farm adviser, left
Tui'sday for a vlult of thrco weeks In
the Hawaiian Islands to study tho
The Balanced to Zero Car
One to 80 miles in high gear. Power, Speed
and Durability equipment includes Power
driven tire pump, trouble light, Motometer.
shock absorbers and wire wheels with Cora
Tires all around. We have two new-ones in
stock. Call and look them over.
77rt? Minute-Man Six
Continental Red Seal Motor, Borg and Beck
clutch, Tire pump driven from transmission,
trouble light, Cord tires and only one grease
cup on the whole car. The hills just flatten
out when the Lexington shows up. We have
new ones in stock for your inspection.
C. L McWilliams
36 Main St
CniCO, July 26. Chlco will soon
pavo 23 blocks In tho nineteenth sub-,
division, according to a plan op-,
proved by tho hoard of trustees and'
presented by 95 per cent of the prop
erty owners In that section.
passed away at her residence In Ore
gon City Tuesday following a short
Illness. Mrs. Loguo came to Cali
fornia from New York In 18S2, hav
ing sailed from Ireland a few years
of W. T. Oaltaher, a wealthy con
tractor of Houston, Tex., whose body
,was found a few days ago near the
town of Seaside, Ore., has taken
NAPA, July 26 Flro at 10 o'clock
Tuesday night destroyed the dairy.
buildings of Dos Rols, outside the
Tho loss today was estl-j
between $20,000 and
OROVILLE, July 26. Mrs. Mary
Logue, aged 82, one of tho oldest!
plonoer matrons of Dutte county,'
MAItYSVILLE. July 26. Tho 10
gold dredgers operated on the Yuba
river, nlue tulles east of Maryaville
by the Marysvllle Oold Dredging
company at Marigold, and the Yuba
Consolidated Ooldtlelda company at
Hammonton, represent an Investment
For the blackboard now univer
sally used In schools the world Is In
debted to a certain Scottish school
master named Pillans. It was he
who, In 1823, first hit upon the sim
ple Idea of drawing upon a black
board with a bit of chalk to teaek kla
BERKELEY. July 26. The burial i
Electric Curling Irons at The Elec
tric Shop, 123 8. 6th St. X-I
juuxuxnjTjTjTjyinrsrvyyyy " swam
The Central Hotel
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CmWILL ?E GI TO FIND A
place to iiviraAT k jWrrkm ws reach
AND WHICHimNISHlS IVJERYTHmG THAT
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, X'CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION.' THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE CENTRAL; HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS 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, Mamagsr.
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