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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FIUDAY, MAY 1:1, iftti
Saturday Only SPECIAL Sat"r(lay "ly
Men's Solid Leather
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Men's Heavy Leather
WE INTEND TO GIVE YOU A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF MERCHANDISE, FOR EVERY DOLLAR
YOU SPEND IN OUR STORE. .YOU WILL ALSO RECEIVE A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF SERVICE FOR
EACH DOLLAR YOU SPEND HERE. TRY US AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
WE HAVE 35 PAIRS OF FINE
DRESS SHOES WHICH WE
ARE OFFERING SATURDAY
ASK TO SEE LOT NO. 4, A LINE
OF DRESS SHOES. WE ARE
DROPPING THIS LINE AT
Jrf.Uimliuim find very UK ! miircmi
to murrB hlm.elf under I In- steer
' Itig wheel nf a widely known. rnr(1tuit
i priced ear Tim high Klin of t)m car
Indlraled It wa newly purrhated and
Dm r(urt of thr fat (Mtnuin soon )
Kan ti attract lin attention of pedes
trian v ho pauied to watch
i Tim Incumbent wm about (o nlinti
I m mire mr I don't geteha,
"Or may I tukn you to ttn ball
"Ah. now I hear. Youbotcha'"
The society reporter of a .SVw York
paper ehrotiltliii that "Mni Soandno
ha, im a hiiuni- gueil. Mm Homebody
Ho thoiui New Yorker hnvit quit
ilon hi effort when an unfeeling ' entertaining their company In the
, spectator remarked. "Served him ' garage, cbl
rlKlit for not trying It on before he.
bought It" '
! ll CALIFORNIA NEWS F
l llrti I Ml
An liigllihman lamenting the. di- KAUNAS. May 13. Organlta-
' radaci of moijiirn humor, declare Itlon by peaco officers of California,
i (tin JoVeof tmlay ln"t what U uwil to Oregon. Nevada. Washington.
Ih Yep. mn old Jokr Jut' Idaho and llrltlih Columbia of nn
i ,vn'i rwiniin if nntif.p ihf wlil- aoclatlon for Identification of
petus by tho flllrfg of another batch' William tawls reported that he
of leases In thu offco of County had 13 hens, among which are two
Kccorder Herbert Snyder. Most of , bantams. Ho has ono bantam and one
tbuso case aro said to bo obtain! Ilhodo Island Itcd rooster. He gets
1 by a bit Ion Angeles syndlcato. from 7 to 11 eggs per day. Ho cot
! 117 eggs In two weeks. Ho feeds
BAN KKANCI8CO. May 13. Pen-, wheat,
sloned vetcrnns of Southern Taclflc , jaclc Hlbbcrt roportod that ho had
rnllwny yards, locomotlvo cabs and fV0 hens, and 12 baby chicks; three
office and trains met at their an- hens setting and ono Just hatched
nual luncheon here to celebrate tho out. Ho gota ono egg a day and somo
52nd nnnlTorsary of tho driving of, times two. Ills hens aro Ilhodo li
the last aplko at Promontory Point, land Reds.
Utah, which joined tho Union Pa- Ksthcr 'LowU got on0 hea March
clflc and Central Pacific systems j 10( wUh Rhodo ,lIand Jledt
and comploted tho first transcon-l .. ..... t... .u .u. liii.j
I 41IUU U.UUCU, UUI IUU uiiriuvr kiiivu
16. They were Wllto leghorns. Tho
eggs wore bought of Mrs. Llavllle for
$1.50 per setting. She feeds tablo
scraps, wheat, green, cracklings or
A motion was raado and carried to
hold our next meeting April 28,
Herald classified ada pay yoa.
ono. They hatched March 29. April
10 she set ono ben with 16 eggs.
l7l.ncT U 1UI
TU trial of a notorious old moon-
liMiu wai ocr, and ho had been
Insd tuiliy Th Judge, lectured hltn
Ktirrijr uq hi lung record ami then
t-itrccnl bim to ihlrty-uli year
laprtionment. saying that Ihn court
tv4 to frlmg of angor toward him.
Tie prUotirr listened stolidly, and
! l.a uld
"Wll, 1 iurr an mighty glad that
j U m ( cad at me " Thr Corf re-ltr
Snie 1'iHMlMy "I'urilrr"
Thpm'a nothing rttakes
Ono1 brain fr-l weirder
Than hearing some
. Illokii murmur "Ncardcr'
Rmnrnlft Whlffc rnnrtfvr1 thnl Nhn
Tho Poultry Club of I'nllcnn llm-!
,..,........ .-. - -- . - --.. --- -. ---, oougni six nons ana ono rooster
criminal- will bo contUUcrcu at me mot April it., jasi. ana was caiiMfrom charno Ljjnjbert for iS.S0.
snvenin annual runToui.ui. u .uu tuwiuci u uir ivniurui, r ran nan. . h -r Ut,., ...l.-, ct,A ,
n.i. .i. 1 I . .- .. j. 1 - -- ..-..- .... w o--
iu- uni uiuiniw manor 10 o un
"Smith Is always putting up a
'iff of tome kind. lin"t h?" ald
Vi," agreed Jones. "If ho had a
IWl of tlgarnt Ki'r and a rack of
Itibacco, ho would brng about own
j'-J iomo relliiu: stock." Clnclnna,
When a man can sit calmly with
out either blushing, grinning or clear1
ing hi throat whljn tho laaitmaater
I Introducing him. Im may be I
Mid to hnvn polne.
California Statu Division of tho In
ternational association for Criminal
Identification to be held hero.
HAN KIIANCI8CO. May 13. Ono
man a bvitander was shot and
jflve. men were beaten hero recently
' In water-front rioting arising from
tho marine workers' strike.
cuwied was tbo name for tho club. A
motion was made to adopt tho name
31 eggs In two weeks. Two days she
got six eggs. Sho sold two settings (or
SO cents, 15 eggs In a setting. She
sold ono dozen for table ournoses at
The club dlncusicd the dropping of) 35 cent
Frank Hall said ho would take up
tho other division. He saved enough
eggs for a setting.
Cbarllno Lamberts reported that
Hir Tliey (k-t That Way
Homo men uo all the material they
ha vn on hand In making fool of ,on.
I.OYA1.TON. May 13 Tho West
ern Lumber company Is to bogl
moving about 1,000.000 feet of
lumber from lis sawmill In Anto
lopii Canyon, six miles from Loyal-
It I intimated that It will;
a member, Lowell Sanders. Ho wasj
dropped, leaving seven in tbo club.
Tho prt-sldcnt called for reports and
they were as follows.
Qradlo Sandors reported that ho
t- set ono hen with 13 tggn March 29. i no 80la 9,x neM ana ono rooster to
nj 1921. with Ilhodo Island Itcd eggs, Kmogcnla White for $8.50. Sho got
bought of Mr. 1-ord. at 60 cents per n a average of 12 eggs a day and
doron. Ho bought a rooster and made h" about 25 hons- sho l ono noa
a foeder. ' on Mlrch 26, that will hatch April
themretveii. Knns.1 Pythian.
And it's marvellou the supply
iiomu of u hto
CO day.t to complete tho
SANTA ltOSA, May 13. Leasing
OiilM IHffernit lof lands In Konoma county ior on
Kalr maid, may I roinn out to rnll?"dovelopment was given fresh Im-
JulU Wctlol of Din KniHtiiiiK
''. indianniHilU, ha thn right
'H lln wrilr "if 0u .prn-l your
BOI"y with your home iimrrlinnl.it
' Cut a second chance, at the innio
dollar but when It gw out of
.'. K. ll)o liy0 Iiono."
Owing tO Ih.. .hnrl..,. nl ,.i...r
"WTernrncni Is soiling Hta card i
" it ha had on hand for thirty
r. Wo mention this moroly Jn tho
tl'nl of fair play to Mr. Hnyos
All l' .
"M ' great only tu thuy aro kind.
"alio ii ih,, MIn n ny language.
"teat Wuy to Cut nvmi la In fnrcnl.
WiniM'n mill rWreta
If agll U nholll llm nnlv ll.l.ir-
Ben attempt to conoonl these days.
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IthAl WH"' wtmr, mil uii.nn
I lr lieart thnv nnvnr wiur nrl
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from ijuiwtion of .tho hour l
queatlon," suUI l-'riink
'NO. nil .. ....
I'H, "Miwoiunry," mild kmiik.
& - ..u.,,i tmrrio jmhhIiik throiiK"
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DISUSE IS MISUSE
H,mM kit iliilliim iitv unwifo and
ITii-nr IxraiiM' they aro constant
ly In danger of lt through flrt'i
theft or acclilont.
I'npmdurthP KmuMi nn matter
how ImiK they nro kept, they rT
iienl Jn-.! hi inaiiy Uollam.
The (Vrllflcatett of Deposit lv,anX
by thU hunk iiioko domuuit ilollam
urtlw anil profitable
Our Officers will to r!1 "ouh
wllh u the. inerlU of
The First National Bank
tJltlB A 1"vV3r'Bot mutt with n por-
S vlnai;,, wiib tryliis, with Kroiit j..
Kliuimlh l'ii io.
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mi. t k. DiV- iay
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Man et. K&y
Makes of Auto
Red Aoto Supply Co.
11th. St. Xeor Main
bdked fojust fhe