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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1921)
THE EVENING HERAK.D, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
THUimAY, FKIIIWAKV 17, 1WI.
Tho Montninl A. A. A. In planning
to hold n IiIk Intoruntlonhl nkutlng
chnmplonshlp In Mnntronl nnxt Fob
runry. It In tho hopo of tlionn bo
lilinl tho projuct to luivo onirics from
tho loading Unllod Htiilos centres,
nit well nn from, nil parts of Can-nila,
Tho Nolro Damn olovon hns do
cllnoil nn Invltntlon from Ooorgo
WnHhliifiton University to play a poBt
Honscin gniiio In Washington, Doc. 4.
Tompornry stnnds Unit nro bolng
oroctml for tlio Army-Nnvy footlmll
Kiwtf) will lirliiK tlio sentlng cnpaclty
of tlio I'olo (Irnunds up to 40,000.
REDUCED PRICES ON
Thin 16-Inch Dry Blab-wood In nliHOlutnly your choapoiit fuol.
Wo Mho hnndlo Mock nnd Limb-wood nt morkiit prices, hut blocks
nro vory iicarco, and I.lmh-wood In hlnh In prlco. Phono u your
orders for Hlnb.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
OHOAll rFATON WIMAIUI 1'KVTOS
419 Main St. Phone 535
for IutkIim, suppers, special
occasions. Por rarebit Instead
o( loast, beeause they're richer
and daintier and (or loaned
cheese they're incomparable.
Snow Flake are truly a unique
soda wafer. Made from finest
Ingredients In modern, sunny
bakeries. Their wholesome
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ROOMS BY THE WEEK, $5.00 AND UP
A fine stock of Cigars, Cigarettes and
Latest Daily Papers, Magazines and
GUY GARRETT, Manager
Aro TJioy IU-nlly Actors.?
A dispatch from Ilroadwny nays
5000 nctom nro out of Jobs. Notlco
tho discriminating nccurncy of tho
InngunKO not out of work, Just out
Now York financial clrclos aro
convlncad that conditions nro now
favornblo In all parts of tho coun
try for a resumption of building,
(loodl Nothing now remains hut to
convlnco tho prospective bulldors.
Tho Ifolplng Hand ladles In nt-
I tondnnco nt Mr. Wilson's Wednosday
woro Mesdarpes McComb, Foglo,
Drnmlinll, Hunt, Miller, Ilnlloy, Dan
iel, Layman, Voss, Plckott, Corey,
Miicken, Ming Hatch and Minn JollI
nok. Tho decorations and placo cards
woro roproBontntlvo of Ht. Vnlontlno's
day. Quito a bit of work was dono
for tho Kuroponn sufferers. A short
service was hold In memory of Mrs.
Chandlor who was called from our
numhor n year ago, Tho ladles will
meet with Miss Hatch' Wednesday,
Tho Intermedial nnd primary
rooms of our school gavo a vory In
teresting program Monday nflornoon
commemorating Washington, Lin
coln nnd Ht. Valontlno, after which
Vnlontlnes In great quantities woro
distributed to both toachors and
pupils. Thcro woro olovon visitors
present and pronounced It a vory
A largo crowd was out to tho last
rabbit drlvo hut as tho snow was
gono rabbits woro not vory plontlful,
loss than a hundrod bolng caught.
Irf TIiIm A Iloont or n Knock
"Prohibition I making a sturdy
raco of tho American pooplo. Thoy
can now stand up undor drinks that
would havo boon fatal a year ago."
Ht. Joseph Nows-Pros.
Harry L. Davis, govornor-elect of
Ohio, will attend tho groat football
gamo betweon Ohio State And Illi
nois universities, to bo played at
; Urbana, III., Nor. 20.
Tho (Jrcmt Hco-tt
Man's clothos aro to bo vory con
siderably cheaper In tho spring, ac
cording to tho best trndo forocasts.
Dully! Now don't spoil tho day for
papa by flashing word that spring
bonnots nro to como higher.
I Just bought a flno automobile
What's tho namo of HT
I can't remember hut It starts
with n P.
That's funny. Most of thorn start
My umbrella Is oxtromoly rollg
lous. How sot
"Lent" all tho yoar
Why Is a monologuoT
A monologue Is a conversation be
tween husband and wlfo.
I though that was a dialogue
No. a dlaloguo Is whoro two per
sons aro speaking.
What chance has Caruso with six
doctors? Wo nsk'you.
Tho sinless Sabbath advocates
would mako our country tho United
"Tho personal pronown 'I' might
woll bo tho coat-of-nrms of somo In
Ho who steals another man's
purso vory often stoats moro trash.
Ho somotlmcs steals food from
Tlio Kelettlvo look
"Though clothing costs less wo
don't notlco tho girls wearing any
moro" Ex. .You won't oUhor, as
long as tho girls wearing loss aro
tho only ones you notlco.
And speaking of taxes, wo advlso
Maurlco Johnson and , a fow
othors to havo their mustachos ampu
tated bofora a war tax la placod on
thoso unnecessary evils.
A IjorIcs.1 PrnposHion
It ovorhoad makos shoos high may
bo hats aro costly bocauso of tho un
dorfoot. Lucky n cortoln Chicago police
man Isn't bald. A pockot-comu do
floctod a bullot and savod his llfo.
It may bo nn argument for or
against, but froo vorso ia bardor to
momorUo than rhymes.
A Ninth htroot urchin was" takon
to task by tho Itov. S. J. Chanoy last
summor for his Sabbath dovotlon to
tho national pastlmo. "Do you
know," asked tho minister, where
llttlo boys go who play baseball on
' "Yes," said tho kid. "but If I
told you thon you'd toll tho cops and
I'd go to Jail."
Honry Voss and wlfo of Merrill
havo boon flpondlng tho past wook
with tholr daughter, Mrs. Den Dan
lol, and family.
Jack Parker has movod his family
Into tho II. E. Wilson houso on tho
Mrs. Dollo Klrkpatrlck who was In
Jurod by falling down stairs a fow
days ago Is slowly rocovorlng but
Mrs. Voss and Mrs. Danlol nnd
daughters Gladys nnd Mnrgy spont
tho day with Mrs. John Dalloy Friday.
Among tlio players on tho Fourth
Division football team , at Camp
Lowls, Wash., nro two termor Wcat
Point stars and n forrnor Prlnco
ton fullback. '
OLD STANDBY, FOR
ACHES AND PA1NS
Any man or woman who kecpo
Sloan's handy will tell you
that same thing
ESPECIALLY those frequently
attacked by r'icumatfc twinges.
A counter-irritant, Sloan's Lini
ment scatters the congestion nnd pene
trates without rubbing to the afflicted
part, soon relieving the ache and pain.
Kept handy and used everywhere
for reducing and finally eliminating tho
fains and aclicaoj lumbago, neuralgia,
muscle strain, joint stillness, sprains,
bruises, and the results of exposure.
You just intra from its stimulating,
healthy odor that It will do you good i
Sloan's Liniment is sold by all drug
gists 35c, 70c, $1.40. r
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Ouch! Lame Back "
Rub backache. Lumbago, Soreness
and stiffness wiy- Try tjb! 2(
Dack hurt you? Can't straighten
up without fooling sudden pains,
sharp aches nnd twinges? Now Lis
ten! That's lumbago, sciatica or may
be from a strain, and you'll got
blossed relief tho moment you rub
your back with soothing, penetrating
''St. Jacobs Oil." Nothing olso takes
out noronoss, lameness and stiffness
so quickly. You simply rub Jt nnd ont
comes tho pain. It Is perfectly hnrm-
less and doesn't burn or discolor tho
Limber upl Don't" sufforl Got u
small trial bottlo from any drug;
storo, and nftor using It, Just onco,
you"ll forget that you ovor had back
acho, lumbago or sciatica, because
your back will nevor hurt or causo
any moro misery. It novor disap
points and has boon rccommondod
for 00 years. Adv.
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mnst Im? inndo for tho wrnrcr Individually. Let mo mako your now
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122 S. Sixth St.