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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TOTMDAr, OCTOBER IS, laf
POCKET STILL IS
LATEST IN SOUTH
AHIIIOVII.LH, N. 0, Oct. 12 A
pockot Hllll li tlm latest dovlco cap
tured by fmlorul prohlliltlnn officer.
Agents, working out of lha local of
flee recently captured nuch a minis
turo iitlll near Haluda, Tho wholo out
fit wu to small tho officer pbt It In
tholr pockets nnil brought It to tho
city for exhibition purpose. Tho
offlcnrM cnlloil li n parlor still, It In
About nnn table-glass cnpaclly nnil
manufactured an nrtlclo for homo
consumption, It was unlit by offi
ce ri that tho still was comjilclo to
tho smallest detail.
A Ctaaslflea Ad-will Mil It.
WOMAN BANDIT IS
BRISK AND BREEZY
IIOIUMUUX, Hupt, 21. (Hy Mnll)
Yvus llortbon sauntered off tho good
hip Lnvordlorti whore he prosldoi
fomlnlno voice that greotod him an bo
1800 franc In bin pocket and a great
longing In IiIh heart for a "sailor's
Reed time." '
MORNING TO YOU, PET El
Kansas City, Mo.
late at night I
Who croned my trail in the hotel this
afternoon but "Long 8am" Weaver I Lait
time I taw Sam to chin to wai that night of
July ISth when our old 38th clinched the
"Rock of the Marne" title I And, I gueia
ycj won't forget that night, old glue pot
everybody was atuck on you I
Sam and I fought the war "r gn
and dug into our Camel auppliea like it waa
"free commiaaary". Sam never will get all
done talking about that aesaion when we
couldn't move a hair without getting a cloae
ahave and, no eata or amokeal
Sam haa tome aong about how good
Camela were to him in France and ever
nlnce t That bird haa the warble I Why,
Camel talk trickles off hia tongue like water
flowa over Pa Smith'a mill damt Pete, old
carpet tack, Sam haa a head all right! ,
"Camela certainly are friendly", waa the
way Sam put it in his old-time vigor-vim
style. "You know as well as I do", he added,
"that no other cigarette has such a mild,
mellow body. And, there's no harshness or
tiredness of taste in a million Camels I No
objectionable odor, no lingering unpleasant
aftertaste I Summing it all up, Shorty, I'll
say Camels arc the greatest clgarti? in
the world at any price I"
Headed southeast tonight, with Winston
Salem, N. C. my first port of call. Some
jump from K. C.l Pete, it's Winston
Salcm where Camels are made! GET ME!
tlj& oj RjyrftT
Vote tor George Chastain
For County Judge
HE STANDS ON THE PLATFORM OF PROGRESS
His election means for Klamath County an administration of county affairs
in which money will cease to be paid for attorneys fees and more money will be
available for road building; in which no money will be paid to private detec
tive agencies and more mon'ey will be spent in school development
If you as a taxpayer and voter stand for progress, how can you do other
wise than endorse the attitude shown by this extract from Mr. Chastain's
signed and published statement: '.
"Hands up," wan tho shout of a
turned Into a watorfront street from
"This I a good Joke," said Yvos,
as bo whoulod About to look Into the
musslo of a business-like rovolver,
eld by a steady feminine hand. "That
1 slndood a Joko, let me kiss you ."
"WngP spat tne business-like re
volver and Yvos felt a stinging pain
In tho loft shoulder.
When he awoke, the 1900 francs
had gone and so had the business
llko woman, It was Just getting dusk.
Yves went to the police station first
then returned to the good ship "Lav-erdlcro.
CALIFORNIA NEWS f
BACHAMKNTO, Oct. 12. Mrs. J.
II. Christian, as president of tho high
school parent teacher association, up
holds, with reservations, the stand
4akea-by Princlpsl-John-Palu upon
the matter of his students' use of
Bho says the mothers resent tho
Implication carried In California
nowspapers that all the high school
girls masquerade under artificial col
or, and they feel that tho majority
of tho students aro not "vamps,"
but have all the qualities of "rest
girls" thst Principal Dale would In
still Into them. .
IKON MOUNTAIN, Oct. 1.
Charles J. Skendlo owns the only
automobile In this mining cnmiTand
ho has not used It for four yesrs.
Thcro Is only oho wagon road out of
Iron llountnln, and that leads to the
old town of Shasta.
Shortly after Skendlo bought
tho automobile, tho road was
wnshed out and rendered Impassible.
It has remained so ever slnco, but
tho county and tho Mountain Copper
officials aro talking of Joining hands
and putting It la shapo onco mora.
When that Is done, Skendlo can take
his car out of tho garago and enjoy
Home Cooked Meals
SHORT ORDERS AT
Mrs. E. M. Bcchdoldt
' 323 Main St.
Klamath Falls Cycler
Wo handle new and rebuilt motor
cycles and bicycles, also parts and
accessories. Goodyear, Pennsylvania
and" Diamond Tires and Tubes are
our line, and Harley-Davldsou Serv
ice, which spoils Honest, Dependable
U. K. BWMAKK
IIS ft. Sth Ht.
PHONE at .
327 MAIN STREET
Opea ! a. as. to S ft. as. Soadays
8ACRAMKNTO. Oct. 12. llcports
from points throughout tho Sscra
mento valley nro,Indlcatlve of a good
duck season, tho opening of which
Is on October 16th. The birds are
declared to be unusually plentiful
In tho rlco districts and It Is expect
ed the sport will be better In those
sections than was the case last year.
Tho shortage of water however,
In many sections, will make condi
tions anything but good, but It pre
dictions for early and heavy rainfalls
are borne out, the situation general
ly will bo greatly Improved.
'I hope to have on administration that will mean progress for the county, good
roads, aehools and a careful business management of county affairs that will advance
the coraunlty. and reflect credit on me and I do not feel that I can accomplish this at
I must alwaya have the clanking chains of threo courthouses dragging around with
me the carcase of an Issue that haa been too many long years unburled.'
LONDON, Sept. 11. (By Mall)
Tho old swindle of passing currency
notes of the confederate states of
America which has been worked In
England for years, Is flourishing
again. Reports of tho victimization
of shop-keepers at ports have been
reaching the American embassy here
In Increasing numbers recently.
A picket seller at one of the big
'London rallwaystatlons gave a Swiss
waiter 11 English poinds for a ISO
confederate note but became auspi
cious before the waiter had gone far
and had him detained. The police
wero In a dilemma aa they could not
distinguish tho nolo from good Amer
ican money and finally had to appeal
to the American ombassy.
Tho Swiss satd ho obtained the
noto from an American but declined
to say how much the transaction
cost him. Tho police believed bis
story that he had acted In good fnlth
with the ticket seller.
The police say this swindle runs In
wavos cropping up every few years
but that at present It Is bolng per
petrated on a larger scale and moro
successfully then heretofore.
Dr. E. G. Wbecanrer
Dr. P. M. Nod
WoPoAR Bine efMsfftstlh
EX-SJEBVICB hODT. ATlKN'UOXt
afJmv Tho secular awe tlm
gnWen of 'Klamath Peat Ho.t,
BCgy American Legloa, will be
WW held at o'clock . at., at
the City Ball ta KtaataU Fall, aa
Uia ateoad aad toarta Taeoiays of
each month. All Comrades aro ta
vltec. Thooa aeatrias JoU tho Poet
may.aeeare applleatloa blanks from
0. K. Vaa Xlpor, Fred Nicholson, or
T. B. Canaaaa. ail of Klamath Falls.
, niKD NICHOLSON. Secretary.
The oaly place where you
can' get help and the only
olace where you can set a
1034 MAIN ST.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
wm. O. anMJOO-
l a t9ammam
Office Phone 1T7W Kea 179 R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Of lice and .Residence
L 0. O. F. Temple
nrxmoAX akd stjbcwoh
Roeaaa 1 assi
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
miHCIAH AHD SVnCBOaT'
Reafdeaeo White Pelican Hotal
Kooideaeo Phoae I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKRKN HUKT HOSPITAIt
Day Phoae, 4ST Night
SAW MTXL ENGINEERING
OONSTRCOriON CO. '
aad haJMon at see-
bos aiaau. Preajlag. POe aMvhag.
Offlce Censer Spring aad Oak
near a. r. .
I am now ateanrod ta faralah
Skaata Bead tram tho Boor. Coat,
soad.oad gravel ait, la nay onanMty
that may bodeetred by eeatraeten
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
' Klaaaath Ledge No. 1ST
l a a f.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. P. hall, Sth and Main streeta.
H. H. Ogle, N. O.; W. C. Wells, Sec
retary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. it. I. O.
O. F meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loucks, C. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe;
Fred Bueslng, Treasurer.
' Hereafter the Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempore
turea and precipitation record aa tak
en by the V. 8. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover tko
day prevloua to the paper's Issue, up
to S o'clock of that day.
Mas. Bin. clpitatlon
Oot. 1 45 40
Oct. 1 61 40 '
Oct. 2 84 4S
Oct. S 71 38
Oct. 4 76 37
Oct. C 66 43
Oct. 6 66 43 19
Oct: 7 66 30
Oct. 8 60 37
Oct. 9, 68 40 t
Oot. 10 59 43
Oct. 11 51 40 .15
I.akea of Borneo swarm with croco;
100 pairs. Men's shoes dress and
'business styles worth regular to
115 tho pair on aalo for 16.86. K. K.
K, store's Harvest aales. 11-16
Prompt Service oad Reasonable
Rates, also Special Rates oa Ont
of Town Trips
W. E. e J. E.
Ooatraotlaa Paint are
Rea. Phone 581-R 193 N. 4th 8t.
Three stores, all paying.
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 10M Main St
General Inaaranco. Iaveetanonta
THE ARCADE HOTEL
1088-84 MAIN 8T.
The place wtth
nleonlsneoa, plenty of firooh ahr
oad no Inside roosao. ,
Ererytahsg now froaa top at
ad ratoo ta
DR. a A. MASSEY.
la Warroa Baat Boepttal
Oft. Phone 497 Ron. Phoae 8611;
Olfloo 117 Bala St
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