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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1920)
tHURADAY, DECEMBER 80, ltM.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Office Cat
llcna Ilia Application
"Here's a 8wlss named Ere who lives
In Now York, petitioning to havo hit
"llo and hit wlfo have four chil
dren, and his family li constantly
referred to as 'tho half-doten Eggs.'
He claims his yoke Is too hoary to bo
"Why doesn't he lay for his tor
mentors?" "It appears that ho did onco and
lot beaten whipped to a froth. Poor
Egg could hardly scramblo home."
Our AI Man' Oilo
If nightingales didn't tint;', most
people would never know about them
or caro. It Is the nightingale's way
of advertising Itself.
We know tho raluo of this bird
from the beauty of Its sons.
Let us Imitate the beautiful; let
us sway tho public mind through tho
goodness there Is. In It; let us do It'
through good advertising.
Is It right for a husband to stay
at homo and mind tho children
while tho wlfo goes to tho movies?
Wright says It's all right. All who
differ may wrlto Wright and set
"Bccauao I was getting up all the
time," Hobble replied.
"Tho world owes mo n living." ho
And then tho Inty pup
Went on, "I rums I'll stay In bed
until they send It up.
Tho government Is going to lnves-
tlgnto the corn market. Well, It's
about' time. Stnco prohibition went
Into effect, tho corn market has been
a bad baby.
Learn A Undo Thins Kncli I)ny
-An elephant Is never bothered by
files biting It.
Jimmy Watklns says another kind
of a slacker Is tho fellow who wants
to buy you a cigar but can't find
his pocketbook until you'va already
paid for 'em.
Scrlu Vital Statistic
County Agent E. 1L Thomas . nnd
Frank Sexton left yesterday for
Lorella whore Mr. Thomas Is check
ing up on tho rabbits in that torn-
munlty. Item In Klamath Itecord.
This certainly opens up a prolific
field tor Investigation.
Little Bobby came In the other
day crying and rubbing tho several
"butts," or rather several places
where tbo butts administered by a
pet sboop bad landed.
"Why, Dobble, what's the matter?"
asked his mother'
"My sheep, he knocked me down,"
k"Why didn't you run awny from
him? his mother asked.
Silvertone is now per
fected. Silvertone is photogra
phy's latest advance
Silvertone is the craze
of the East.
Silvertone is perfection
of the art of photog
raphy. Silvertone can only be
Kjitlicr'n Iiolnncc Sheet
1 diamond brooch
1 Hudson seal coat
1 racing automobile
1 tiger rug , .
3 diamond rings.
IS pairs of socks
37 pairs slippers
11 pulso warmers
4 dog collars
6 crocheted "somethings."
There's a girl here In Klamath
Palls that's sore with Santa Claus.
Sho'a so thin that she can't fill
her own stocking, and yet she ex
pected Santa to fill It for her.
Mnn'n Eswy on Woman
Women' Kmny on Man
liANOKOKI) WINH NtJIlAl1
WITH l'MHCO 1I0XKII
T fcr r
Why Is It that when you have
three umbrellas they ore always at
the other end of the routo every time
Automobile owners and operators
of automobiles should rrncure from
tho secretary of state their licenses
A 1920 license Is no protection aft
er Jan. 1st and owners and operators
are subject to arrest and fino on and
after Jan. 1st. 1921 unless their 1921
licenses are displayed.
I. It. BTRUDI.E,
iOF 1 821PH!CES
WICHITA, Kan., Doc. 30 Tho
Wheat drawers' Association of
America, which has been conducting
a campaign to Induco growers to
withhold their wheat from the, mar
ket until prices nro higher, plana to'
havo mldwentorn slates so well or
ganized wlth)n tho 'next six, months
that tho growers will bo nblo to
control tho price paid for the 1021
wheat crop, according to H.
iMcdrcovy, secretary and treasurer.
Tho association now haa a mem
bership of approximately 100,000
In the states of Texas, Oklahoma,
Kansas and Nebraska, according to
Mr. Mcdreovy, who has his head
quarters horo. Tho organization
will be extended, ho said, to Min
nesota. North Dakota and South
"Tho purposn of tho National
Wheat Growers' association Is to
control tho distribution and mar
.kctlng of wheat through finanuni
and selling agencies of Its own so-
Election nt a prlco based upon cost.
plus n fair and reasonable profit,"
said Secretary Mcdreevy.
"Not only tho wheat growers of
our association, but tho wheat grow
ers in general nro refusing to sell
any wheat at present prices except
In cases whero financial conditions
force tho sale. For moro
than thirty days wo havu withheld
our wheat from tho markot until
now a largo number of flour mllbi
nro Idle and tho local and tormina!
elevators nro nearly empty. Wheat
growers feel that ho has practically
accomplished what seemed at first
Impossible, and Is now encouraged
to contlnuo withholding his wheat
from market In order that a prlco i
which Is fair and just shall bo paid
hlra for his labor and- money in
Mr. Mcdreevy objects to tho use
of tho term "wheat striko" In re
ferring to tho action of tho wheat
"Our growers nro not striking ns
Is commonly meant by tho term,"
bo shld. "Wo aro still sow
ing and attending to tho many ard
uous duties of tho farm. Wo nro
only holding our whent to bo mar
keted at any tlmo tho producer may
think It at a fair prlco."
Tho organization was formed
about" a year and a halt rgo In
southern Kansas and northern Okla
homa. Mr. A. Slaughter of Man
chester, Okla., was tho originator
and early promoter. According to
its promoters Its growth In tbo first
six months was slow but in tho
last tow months It has been rapid
until tbo membership has spread to
every wheat growing county in tho
four states organized.
Tho four states now organlzod
(Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and
Texas) In which a membership of
100,000 Is claimed, havo 220,806
wheat growers, according to Kansas
board of agrlculturo statistics.
PORTLAND. Duo. 30 8am Lang
ford, Boston henvy weight (colored)
won n ten round decision hero Inst
night from Jim Harry of Ban Fran
cisco. Bhrry manngod to lust out
tho bout by keeping out of reach of
Lang ford's Jabs.
iefbnr fMtr yts!
l '. '..
i instruction on piano win do given
.by Mrs. J. E. Bambery, 118C Cres
cent avenue. I'none szt-m. 2W
MEDICAL EXAMINER NAMED
(SALEM, Dee. 30. Governor Ol
cott today appointed Dr. J. K. Locke
of Portland to succeed Dr. Frank W.
Wood, resigned, as a member of tho
state board of medical examiners.
Seventy tons of alfalfa hay, Horse
wintered, S3 on straw; 7 on hay.
all they can eat. Jay Falrclo, Mer
rill road 23-10
"Don't you over got tired of play
"No, I nover weary of playing,
but I'll admit frankly that the rt
of golf I play ofton makcs'mii good
and tired." Detroit Froo Press.
ShlpiMtl to Vh by Mistake.
Wo don't carry China in stock, w
will sacrifice rather than send it
back to factory.
"TILL THE TIDES OF THE
OCEAN REFUSE TO FLOW."
This song Is swooping the Kant.
Securo your copy before tho local
Bupply Is. exhausted. On satu at
Klumath Falls Music Houso.
She Was a Chorus
Lurk vtni ngalnNt her. C'irriiiu
stance forced her to poHo iih I Ills
She Ix'llcvfd him dead
Now He Came
iukI found her thcro vtltli tils
marriagn certificate, ring and
How would you uct if you ero
If you were tho girl?
Wlio wui repectubIo by proxy?
How Did It All
SURPRISES, LAUOHS, AND
HEAL DRAMA AWAIT YOU.
AT THE LIBERTY
Trlitl of tho dlvorrn suit of Sylvln
Hughes against V. C. Hughes is on
In thn circuit court this afternoon.
Tho contest In tho suit revolves about
tho custody of a minor, said to bo
au adopted child. " '
Stnto Sonntor D, L. Eddy of Horn
burg is appearing for defendant and
W. A, Welst of this city Is plaintiff's
A Rovlval Sorvlro will begin Sun
day Jan. 2nd, 1920, nt tho First Bap
tist church, corner 8th and Wnnh
Ington streets. Rev. 8. E. Milam will
conduct tho services.
This meeting will continue
throughout the week. Preaching
every night at 7:30 p. m,
Remember tho plnco, the hour nnd
Co mo ono nnd ull nnd hear tho old
fashioned dospol. 30-30
K2-? Pttcni Lame oacR w
WT W Rub backache, Lumbago. Soreness f fi
P V and stivers awaytiy -frfcl Qsjjj
Back hurt you? Cnn't straighten
up without finding sudden pains,
sharp aches and twinges? Now Lis
ten! That's lumbago, sciatica or may
bo from a strain, and you'll K"l
blessed relief tho moment you rub
your back with noothlnc. penatrntlng
"81. Jacobs Oil." Nothing else takes
out soreness, lameness nnd stiffness
so quickly. You simply rub It nnd out
comes tho pnln. It Is perfectly harm-
lots nnd doesn't burn or discolor tho
Limber upl Don't" suffer! (let a
stnnll trial boltln from tiny drug
store, nnd after using It Just once,
yuu"lt forget that you uver had back
nclio, lumbago or sciatica, hccauto
your back will nevw hurt or cuuso
any mora misery. It nuror disap
points nnd has liuon tcoommomtod
for 60 ytars. Adv.
I ClvAckV Yriiir $iiif- NfYur
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z rrices or vrooicni nave uccn rouuwu a w
X feet fit guaranteed. Prompt dehyery.
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CHAS. J. CIZEK,
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tried it this way
MOST people know thnt the musical enjoyment which they Ret
out of n phonograph depenils upon one thiny. That thing is
the phonograph's realism. '
This picture shows the hest way to test ft phonograph's renlism.
- "Miss Iietsy Lane Shepherd, the famous soprano, is standing bcsitle
the Nrew Kdison, uiid singing in direct comparison with the New;
Edison's He-Ciiuation of her voice'
185 audiences, aggregating more than 100,000 people, have actually
heard this comparison. . None could distinguish between her living
voice and its Ke-Creation.
This is one of the phenomenal records of realism. The New Edison
holds all other records of realism, too, because no other phonograph
attempts this comparison-test or could sustain it.
"Tht Phonograph with a Soul"
try it this way
the way we use In our store I the Realism Test I Test the NewM
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xixiisoa s iveausm agauisc ine picusura you Know music wu. unug,
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i xcji us wuk iviuu ui vuicc ur uiairuiuciit (jivca yuu nuw iiiiuh.wi
enjoyment. Listen while we play your favorite on the New EdisonJ
The Realism Test will enable you to gauge, whether tho New
Edison's Re-Creation gives you all of this enjoyment,
This is your test J It will help you determine what the New Edison'sJiJ
TIMilicm mnric in lirnna nf rtiit. rwirn mtteimii ninvmnf- ' . Jm
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Ask for it I The "Personal Favorites" Realism Test.
Another thing to ask about is our Budget Plan, It disposes
money question, in a way that will appeal to your common
and to your pocketbook. , ,witT s. H'j'3iZinr:
Klamath Falls Music House
Geo. "A. Wirtz, Prop.
122 S. Sixth St.