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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Coal men who soil slnto as conl
The Office Cat
Imvcn't a clean Blnto.
Wonder if private llfo won't scorn
Inmo to a innn with a Tumultyous
A Time for All Things lint
1'oor tlma to break Jail, consider
ing the lnbor situation and the
wkommdav, jiaiu vn n, mat.
They soy William tho conquoror
couldn't sign his own nnmo. hut
ovcryono admits that ho mndo his
mnrk In mora senses thnn one.
lilvlnR our morning mall tho
usual cursory onco-ovor, wo latnji nn
Invitation, from tho socloty-ttfpro-
vcni-eomciiiiug.or-oincr to appear
next Thursday evening In our Just
ly celebrated chalk talk, sumo be
ing acknowledged with regrets, ImsI
tlmo wo went chulktnlklng tho event
Kxcuso me, jiloaso." i wns n ''' o to speak. At tho con-
I elusion of our turn tho chairman of
4nu, npenKini; ti mxes. wo mi visa mo onicrininumni commltteo niv
I answered tho phono at dnybroak,
And I thought I surely would
Till n volco made mo hot nil over
Mawruss Johnson and n fow others
to havo their mustaches amputated
before n war tar Is placed on unnec
css any ovlls.
Thcro Is no mono nulomohlld
stealing In Detroit. Probably every
body has ono there
boozo patients ns thcro woro In tho
old days. It's tho quality, not tho
quantity, that's doing tho -work now.
Honestly, now, speaking of nltro
cocktails, do you suppose they havo
any deadlier effect than did tho old
Manhattan or Bronx vralotyT
lironchcd and Inquired tho extent of
"Oh," wo replied, qnlto noncha
lantly, "Whatovor you consider It
worth." Whereupon that good, gen
tlo and bonlgh brother slipped ut n
hnlf dollar. Wo might bo Induced
provided jho gato woro satisfactory
to read n fow dozen of our 1m
Kow York hos almost as mnnym0rtnl odes and oplcs, with gestur-
Why Is It that somo men cheerfully
glvo n waiter n CO cent tip and then
growl when tho kid asks for movie
money nftor dinner?
os to mntch. But our chnlktalking
career Is forovor bllghtod.
Noto to foreman of composing
roem: Keep standing In lino, "Su
premo court falls to rulo on dry
Let Hccf bo Kind
"Purduo University Talscd tho
grand champion stoor this year.
which many consider a gTcater lion
or than winning tho western confor-
onco football title" Ex. What's
Somo Children Mur
Tliry Wotv Dogli .
Wonder how lhat Boston dog vhlch
got cyc-wcakness from auto irldlng
and has been fitted out with glasses
by ono of tho Hub's cracked wo I
mean crack oculists mauaged to
tell Jho ("doc" which rows of Icttors
ho co)ll read as tho various louses
woro' tried on him. Smart dog.
His brldo had prepared him u wufflo
And ho said, as ho chowed on a Jaf-
"I havo oaten somo Junk
In my lifo that was punk,
But this thing Is certainly nfflo."
Till I tho Ago of Special!)
(Chattanooga (Tenn) Times)
If your Job Is crooked, that's tho
Job wo want. Ilrynnt & Sons (col
ored) Plumbers, Hemlock 270.
Somo men will look you straight
In. tho cyo while you dig down In
your pocket to pay for gas you nro
using to glvo them a Joy rldo to
which they havo Invited themselves.
Advertising pays. Try it and seo.
HEN YOU BUY THE SHOES FOR YOUR EASTER COSTUME YOU
WILL NATURALLY WISH TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY ARE OF
THE LATEST STYLE AND CORRECT IN EVERY DETAIL.
BE PARTICULAR also about their quality for ,
remember the satisfaction you will derive from your
investment, measured not alone by the way your shoes
look the first time you wear them, but even more by
the kind of service they give.
JOHN KELLY SHOES CARRY THE ASSURANCE OF CORRECT STYLE,
LASTING GOOD LOOKS AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE.
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Ralston Shoes for Men
prices $goo to $13.00
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THE NUMBER "FORTY"
is the finest best line of rubber goods on
the market today. '
At our store you'will find a complete assort
ment of these high grade goods. '
No. 40 Water Bottle JO 50
No. 40 Fountain Springe , (tO 7R
No. 40 Combination dQ 7C
Regular Price $2.50
, la . ft mm t 1 j-
u.S Whirlpool spray
Sanitary Special M Qg
Wv KLAMATH FALLS OREGON TSfe?W I
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE Httf
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
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I PURITY I BUY THUR DRUGS IaCCURACvI
L. Paddock, farnior and stock
man, who operates tho Maddox ranch
on tho Merrill routo, wns a city visit
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kagan, of Algo-
ma, motored hero yustorday.
Larry Murphy, who was formorly
associated with tho Pelican Day Lum
ber company, has returned from nn
extended trip through California, any
also lnToxas, whero ho Is Interested
In tho oil fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlj Campbell return
ed Inst ovonlug from sovoral months'
visit In Southern California.
Win. -Ilaum, an omployeo of tho
Woyorhaousor Tlmbor company, Is
In tho city for soveral days, aftor sov
oral months of Inspection of tho tlim-
bor of tho company.
Mrs. A. L. Madden, who was Hoth
Fry before hor inarrlugo, and Infant
daughter, woru pabsonKors on this
morning's train to Sacramento, whoro
thoy will Join Mr. Madden, who Is nn
omployeo of McNoll-Llbby company.
A. Kallna, prominent merchant and
business man of Malln, was u city
.visitor ycatorday, transacting busi
J. A. Huff and wlfo, resldonts of
Chlloquln, uro In tho city for several
days with tholr baby daughter, who
was oporatod on recently at u local
hotpltal, nnd Is roportod to ho conva
Kd. Payno -wall n pnssonBor on this
morning's troln to his formor homo
In Medford, whoro ho was called by
tho Illness of his brother.
T. K. Orlfflth nnd wlfo, ranchers
of tho Ml. Lnkl district, wuro city
J. II. Dixon, a stockman nnd far
mer Of tllll fliorrill roiiiiiry, wun u
county scat visitor yostorduy trans
Floyd Tlngloy, local high school
student who Injured his unklo ro-
contly, Is In a locul hospital, and will
bo for sovoral days, as tho X-Itay ex
amination showod that ono of tho
bonos' In tho anklo wan broken. Tho
dlsconynuanco of school for- tho ro
malndor of tho year may bo neces
J, N. Olvan, a prominent biock-
man and farmor of this county, left
this morning for his stock ranch In
tho Sprague river country, where he
will romaln sovoral days.
W, B. Lamm, of tho Lamm Lum
ber company of Modoc Point, was un
arrlvul In tho city lust nvonlng to at
turn! to mutturH of buxlness.
llolnnd P. ltudolph, the .Sun Fran
cisco accountant who tins been word
ing on tho county books, rnturnod
yestorday from u brief trip to Chllo-(juln.
John Ilrett, of the K. K. K. storo,
wns n passenger on this morning's
train to Dorrls, whuro ho will spend
tho day transacting business.
Oliver K. Daws, formorly of this
city, but whii now rosldcs In Ashland,
nrrlvcd laxt night to remain soveral
Tom Newton Is In tho city for sov
oral days from tho Mnlln country,
whoro ho Is wintering his shoop.
Dr. J. P. llowmnn, of Dorrls, was
In tho city yestorduy on business.
Mrs. Olmrlcs Otoy was a pusnongor
on this morning's train to Dorrls,
whero sho will romaln sovoral days
visiting her mother and friends,
CREAM CLEARS A
Instantly Opens Every Air
Passage Clears Throst Too.
Men nnd wnmon nro urged to drink
each morning, hoforo breakfast, a
glass of hot water with n toaspoonful
of llmoxtono phosphato In It, ns a
harmless means of holplng to wash
from tho stomach, liver kldnoys and
bowels tho previous day's Indlgostlblo
mutortal, poisons, sour bllo nnd tox-
ijns; thus clonnslng, awootnnlng and
iiuriiying mo aiimoninry canui no
toro eating mora food.
The written gunrantoo on overy box
of Itoxull Ijixntlro Aspirin (U. I.
Co.) Cold Tablets Is your ussuranca
of satisfaction or your monoy hack.
This oxcollenl preparation Is made
by ono of tho best chemists In this
country, In ami of tho bust uqulppod
and most up-to-dato laboratories to
bo found nnywhero.
Aspirin (U. D.Co.) Is scientifically
cam blued with Acolanllldo, Aloln and
Thcso Ingredients nro most valu
nblo In rollovlng pain, reducing fovnr.
drying up enryza, lessening Inflam
mation, eliminating poisonous nocrm
tlons, warming up lhi stomach and
shortening duration of tho disease.
If a cold Is not trnatod when tho
first symptoms show thomsolves, It
will frequently develop Into mornr
Got of us a box of Jhcso Cold Tab
lets today. Tako thorn according to
directions tho moment tho flrstsump
tarns appear and you will obtain real
Wo gunrantoo them.
STAR DRUG CO.
Vth $axa&j Sterr
Klanuitli I'TiIlx Oregon
mont without dolnp. Huffarorn from
skin troublu should obtain a smnll
Jar of Monlho-Hlphur from any
good druggist and iiho It llko cold
TRY SULPHUR ON
1 ECZEMA SKIN
CohIs Llltlo 'nnd OvonomoM Trouble
Almput Ovor Night
YOU ARE THE JURY
Hear tho Testimony of Klnmitli Fnlbi
I'raplo will Dccldo tho Caco
Any breaking out of tho skin, ovon
flnry, Itching oezoma, can bo quickly
ovorcomo by applying Mentho-Sul-phur,
doclarc.i n notod skin spoclal
ist. Hecauso of Its gorm destroying
properties, this sulphur preparation
instantly brings easo from skin irri
tation, soothes and heals the oe
zoma right up and loavos tho skin
cloar and smootlf.
It soldom falls to rollovo tho tor-Jliw' Bm,l1t1,f,,01,.aa'M Postor-Mllburn Co.,
Doan'H Kldnoy Pills nro on trial
uro bolng trlod ovory day for weak
kldnoys for exhausting kldnoy back
nchos. What Is tho verdict? Iload
Klaintith Fulls testimony personal
oxporlonccs of Klamath Falls wi.
iiossos. Thoro can bo only ono vor
illct n chorus of approval.
hi irftj ". wruontor, 108 Main
St., Klamath Fulls, says: "I havo
usod Doan'H Kldnoy Pills off and on
tliJ !unK ."m. nna ,,ftV0 alwaya
found thoin to bo a reliable kldnoy
remedy. My back achod and palnod
nt times and I had a Bareness Just
v.or "jy k'dnoys. My kldnoys didn't
OCt right, nlthnr. Il,.'. via
rills always rolloved the troubloj tbi
backaches left and my kldney we?
Price 60s. at nit h..i... n i
n,m,Pn' ".S,'0' dney remedy-get
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