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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1921)
WEDNESDAY AriUIi 0, 1031
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
Wo of ton wonder If catholic ilnno ',
1 1 tng would still bo ns popular If the
;" .. . . dansouso wore a mncklntosh ami nrc-
R J, MClftlAV. Editor I .ie. I
PRICI) KOULK City Editor ,"'"'
Published dally except Sunday, by I Y"T ,nB0 t,lm "ntoptolnmont.
The Herald Publishing Company of 'Wj' ono reel of about a tl.ous
Klamath Knlls, at 110 Eighth Street. ! nml ,fc,1' T1,(,,ro ,9 moro llm" tl,at
much footngo In kisses uouadiit
Obregon Receives First Envoy
Entered nt the postottlec at Kin-1
mnth Falls, Ore, for transmission '
through tho malls n second-class '
member of Tin;
Tho Associated 1'rosa Is exclusively
entitled to tho uso for republication .
of all news dispatches credited to It,
or not othcrwlso crodltcd In this I
paper, and also tho local pons pub-
Usher herein. ,
"wny, Mary," sho said, "my own
daughter dnosu't send six blouses a
weok to tho laundry." '
"Perhaps sho don't," replied tho
ASSOCIATKD sorvnnt with groat Jndlgnntlnn "And,
perhaps sho don't go walking with a
WEDNESDAY Al'ltIL 0,
(The Stamford Advocate)
"Ills frlonds could glvo no reason
why ho should hnvo committed sut
clde. Ho wa3 slnglo."
The Office Cat
fondly Did Ho Hok; IVnently
(Lake County find) Nowh)
! You may havo heard It before, but
'a Orcon Lino passenGor within bulg
ing hip pocket lost his balance, nml
1 sat down hard when tho car lilt ono
i of tho bumps on Ilohman street last
I night. As ho recovered himself a loo!.
of horror spread ovor his face mc
thing wet was trickling down hln leg
'As ho foverlshly started an cxamlnn
Itlori, ho murmured rrayorfully "Mj
(od, I hopo that's blood.
Money still talks, but has lost lt-
reputation as a good mixer.
lie Got the Spirit.
Thero's a suburban homo whoso
owner's principal delight Is In keep
lng It splc and span. After dinner ho
and a guest were smoking on tho
front porch. The guest, after light
ing bis cigar, throw tho burned match
to tho ground.
"Oh, I wouldn't do that, George,"
said tho host.
"Why not?" asked the guest, sur
prised. "It spoils tho appcaranco of a
place," was tho answor. "It's just
those little things that make a place
Tho guest smoked his cigar In si
lence for a minute. Then, without a
word, ho got up from his chair, walk
ed down to the road and disappeared.
Ho returned in a short whllo and his
"Why, where havo you beep,
"Oh, I Just went down to spit in
tho river," saldv George. Every
Culturo Is gotten from books usu
ally from check-books.
niack faco comedians now
their burnt Cork from Ireland
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7th and Main
Head Colds Started It
' Wo nil know imrsoiiit mow Hiiffor
IiiK fnijn a cdilnlllutlniml dldtirdnr
which had lis start from u cold In
tho head It Ih not wlsn to let n cold
1 continue In tho holies Hint It will
wtmr Itsulf out A little slmiilo modi
ciilloii tiiknn ut tho proper time Ih
I Thy Hlinpli'Hl form of such ntmll
cotton Is n small tnlilot which may
bo oiislly Hwnlluwed without Incou
vniilniicliiK nnyonn. Wn roconimimit
llnxall l.axiitlvn Aspirin (U. 1). Co.)
Cold Tablets, they contain Aspirin
(U I). Co.) Acrunllliln, Aloln and
These InproiIliMitii uro most vnlu
nblii In nllnylni; pain, reducing fnv.er.
drying up corytu, IossiuiIhk Inflniu
nuitlon, eliminating poisonous secre
tions, wnVmliiR up tho stomach and
shortening the duration of tho ills-ease
If n cold Is not treated when tho
first symtoms jihuw thomsnlves, It
will froiiuontly deMilop Into moro
(let of otis a box of these Cold Tab
lots today Takb thorn nrcordlliK to
directions tho moment tho first
symptoms appear and you will ob
tain real relief
We RUiiriiutep them
STAR DRUG CO.
Klntuntli I'MI Oron.
SILL HOPE OE
Prcsldont Obregon Is shown at tho national palaco formally
receiving qunng Kltien of China, tho flrst minister to Mexico who
lias presented .crvdcntiala alnco Obregon took office. "
next time r.dmlsslon will bo charged,
r t f fciio )trui4'i'MB ill uti uuiiuiuu iu a lunu
t.n JOy able Attairta- disabled sorvlco men.
A Week's Experience.
The year had gloomly begun
For Willie Weeks, a poor man's Sun.
Ho was besot with bill and dun,
And he had very little Mon.
"This cash," be said, "it won't "pay
A bright thought struck him, and he
"The Rich Miss Goldrocks I will
Out when ho paid his court to hor,
Bbe lisped but firmly said, "No
"Alas," said he, "then I must die!"
His soul went whore ihoy say souls
They found his gloves and coat and
And the coroner then upon him Sat.
One evening she said to him: "I've
got something on my mind, Joo, that
I hardly know how to tell you." "Js
that so?" said Joe, his eyes widening.
"I'm afraid you won't marry me If several othors cltod specific rnto
About 25 local business mon at
tended a confeornce with G. W. Luce,
traffic manager of tho Southorn Pa
cific In the parlor of tho U'hlto Toll-
can hotol yesterday afternoon and
.frankly presented their re.j'n: for
belief that the freight rates on prac
tically all commodities coming Into
this city wcro too high. Mr. I.uco.
who .was Indnced to como hero by
M. A. Callaghan, manager 'of the
traffic department of t'je Charrber
of Commorcc, presented tho rail
road's side of tho argument, and
whllo bo said ho believed there would
bo a downward revision of rates af
ter the hearing by tho interstate
commerce commission, about two
months henco, ho advanced vory It tic
hopo for reductions to tho extent
M. S. West, of the Big Lakes Box
company, statod that tho incoming
rates worked tho biggest hardship,
and was chiefly Instrumental in plac
ing the cost of living bero on iti pro
sent high scalo. Harry Tolford, of
the county farm bureau, spoke about
tho high freight rates, which pre
vented tho disposition of about 20,-
000 tons of bay In thU county, and
also mentioned the high ca'.tbJ rate,
which prevented tho Importation of
4G. C. Lorcnz, of G. G. Loronz &
company, Will Baldwin, of the Bald
win Hardwaro company, Al Graham,
local contractor, and J. T. Perkins, .-f
the Porklns Furnlturo company, and
Tho party given b tho Womon's
Auxiliary f ; the American l.cglon In ;
tho Odd Fellows' hall last night,"
during which a numhor of 'surprises'
materialized, was a tremendous suc
cess according to several of tho la
dles who woro present. None but I
ladlci woro present and therofore '
tho surprises mentioned will fc rover
remain a secret with t'lem. but thoy '
constituted, porhaps, the tnot en-'
Joynblo part of a wonderful evening. '
Mrs. A. M Molby nnd M'h Clara I
Calkins soiif. nnd Mrs. Krcd Cofer
contributed two piano selections.
Mrs. KtolIa Carrier geve two rod
tatlons, pronounced by tho ladies,
"tho cutest ever hoard." Mrs. Flor
ence Brandenburg read tho futures,
and told tho pasts of several of tho
ladles present, making them happy,
of course. A luncheon wns sorcd
Just before tho close of tho party
hours, do vera I American hoglon
members Inveigling their way Into
tho hall In time to sham In It.
Tho entertainment and refrshmentj
committee which included Mrs. I
Boguo Dale, Mrs. Anna Holdcn, Mrs. i
Percy Burko, Mrs. Floroivo Hae,
Miss Paulino Bend, nnd Mrs. Flor-1
enco Brandonburg, wish to thank all ,
tho ladlos for tho Interest displayed ,
through their attondanco, and pro-,
mlsn a repetition of tho good tlmo bo-1
foro many days havo passed. Tho
Have You Horn Kelly today?
A GltOUXD mm casi:
You've gut tho money; I'vo got the
furnltur.'. I el s xwop.
rntiiiNs rru.MTnti: iinust:
"The I'ttrniLlirr of lluppy Hiiiiich"
Havo You Keen Kelly today?
A pair of Shur-on glasses
jou can rest nssurnd of ,
Stands for tho best there U
In examination and glasses.
H. J. WINTERS
70(1 MAIN STIHUrr
The cars that go
and get back.
What Sick People and
Want in Home or Hos Hes
pital: 8afe, Bane, Prompt. Proper Pro
fessional caro and results at mini
mum cost.. (Collective meaning,
Prevontlyo Surgery) Surgical cases
belong In a Surgical hospital. Most
others can bo efficiently and mora
economically carod for at horn.
Allnpntnlo Medicine and Bargwry
7li and Mara 8U.
I'lmnn 2MO-W. KUnuUfa FalU
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Hard Time Social ii
FOR MOOSE AND THEIR FRIENDS
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 7TH.
A GOOD TIME GUARANTEED
Ask your Moose friend for an invitation
I tell you." "Is that so?" repeated
Joe, bis eyes still bigger. "I am a
somnambulist, Joo" Whereupon Joe
In sllenco, reflectod for a spaco.
"That's all right. If thero ain't no
church ot that kind hero wn can get
married by a Jostlco of tho Peaco."
Harry Ackley says if you get some
thing for nothing you'll never ceaso
paying for it.
The missing link bctwoen tho sub
limo and tho ridiculous Is found In
the fellow who tries to get thrills by
building a home maao racing body
for a flivver.
No matter how often rocorda aro
broken, says Fred Fleot, thoy'll now
er build a motorcycle fast enough to
catch up with tomorrow.
What'd Uto Ideer,?
That Scientists, ot lofty brow,
Will evor chat with Mars wo doubt;
What is tholr object anyhow?
What do thoy wish to talk about?
They say that a wife can mako or
break a home. So can tho other ond
pt the team. Are you a husband or
merely a married man?
Hard On Blou&es.
The lady of the house had occasion
to object to tho number ot blouses
her maid servant fent to tjjo wnjj),
which thoy belloved woro IncquHablo,
Strong criticism' was directed
against tho high rato from Dorrls
bore, but Mr. Luco asserted that tho
lower rate botween San Francisco
Sacramento and Dorrls was made by
tho California public servlco com
mission ovor tho protest ot tho
Southern Pacific, which took tho
position that tho California rate was
too low. Ho stated, further, that
application for a ralso in tho ratos
to Dorrls was now boforo tho in
terstate commerco commission.
Main lino rates on tho Klamath
Falls-Weed branch could not bo ob
tained said Mr. Luco, but somo re
lief was now practically assured,
particularly on frolght of tho third,
fourth, and fifth classos.
All Industries aro having a diffi
cult tlmo, said Mr. Luco. If mer
chants and others who woro com
plaining about rates woro as basy
now as thoy woro last year nnd tho
year boforo thoy would pay no atten
tion to rates, as it Is ho who ban
not much to do who finds tlmo to
crltlclzo. Anothor thing that mili
tates against tho lowering of rates
on this branch, according to Mr.
Luce, was tho absonco of buslnesi
between hero and Wood, tho Klamath
Falls station being the only ono that
produce any worth while business
San Francisco, Sacramonto, and
Portland, aro nil fighting for Kla
math Falls business, nnd the hear1-
NEW TODAY f
Practical painting, gliding, bronz-
UY i IXUMiiiJ ( TV
THE OVKK O.V pSJAlirr LUMUCR
FOR SALE Speedster or racing
typo scats nlso 20 gal. gaaollno
tonks. Klamath Falls Auto Co. 221
Main St. C-0
FOR SALn 1 Forfl Dollvory car, ,
good condition, now motor. Klam
ath Falls Auto Co. 22t Main St. C-3
FOR RENT 2 room apartment fur
nished, 3 slnglo bedrooms furnish
od. 39 Main St. C
If. C. TUTU ILL
Phono 183 G2G Oak St
Como and exorclso your muscles
on tho rings In tho pool at tho now
Hot Springs Bath Houso. r,
Havo You Seen Kelly today?
TRUCK FOR HIRE For light and
heavy trucking, also block wood,
J 10. CO por load, ono and ono half
cord. Phono 178J. 1014 Main St.
FOR SALE C hood of good work
horses and one 3 yr. old colt. D. W
George on tho old Ky Taylor plaro.
Keno road. C-12
OREGON Tonight, fair; Thurs
day, warmer;' hoavy frost mornings.
lng boforo tho intorstato commorco
commission will undoubtedly do
vplop interesting phasos. Tho South
orn Pacific, Mr. Luco, assured his
hearers, for business reasons, was'
Interested In tho progress of t,ho
Klamath Falls section, and wants It
to go ahead, but frolght rates that'
would not permit tho railroad to
operate at a reasonable profit would
not help this section any more rhi.n
it would the railroad.
baked beans bc
cauao they're too
much troublo to bake,
tell her torsive you
Del Monte Beans.
satisfying nnd "bully"
Havo i'ou flcpn flcHy txxjny?
i 'J 3
OAK FLOORS OVER OLD FLOORS
Oak floors aro ofton found In such costly surroundings that
fow Imagine how llttlo thoy cost. Vory fow pooplo roallzo how
much thoy can get for tholr monoy by laying -Inch Oak tloora
over old floors.
Tho dlstlnctlvo modern nnd artistic appoaranco of a homo, aa
well as Its health and comfort, will bo greatly Incroasod by tho
uso of Oak flooring. Oak flooring la rich and chcorful In color,
and Imparts an air of ologanco and rotlnoment to a homo.
For pormanontly artistic floors wo rocommond Long-Bell Fork
ed Loaf Oak Flooring. It Is uniform as to color and toxturo, por
tect as to manufacturo and Is of suporlor quality. Its romarkably
smooth surfaco is unsurpassed, and It makes an Ideal foundation
for u boautlful intorlor.
Let us know tho slzo of tho rooms you wish to floor, You will
bo (surprised and ploased at tho flgurss wo can quoto you on
-Inch Long-Bell Forked Loaf Oak Flooring.
Big Basin Lumber Company
rclep!iono 107 ' Slain, ana, flprlng Street
ST" V' iTfri'iMhi Sjaf'