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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1921)
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WE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Office Catj
lsorncf vs. Walt Stawm
Wo admit the tuff ot Horace
Wu n bit too hefty for u.
(Though wjkh his writings e"r net
Hat tho foreman ot this colyum
Would much prefer a volume
Of th almplc, rustle Ktap by I'neto
Marshall Boopr r that tads
pendont looking fink you so, waahr
anj irons his own soft collars.
WANTED Stenographer to work
parttlm. .Apply at one. etc
There are Utaea whan eves an em
ployer loses patlsncs.
Judga "Madam, have
thing to aarT"
Prisoner's husband "Now you'vs
dona It, my lord."
Dmt Office Cat; "If Qod Almighty
would give a tha power to to to
bell and preach on sermon and (It
the Invitation I could depopulate bell
la fifteen minute."
The above statement was uttered
by 0111 Sunday, the great evangelist.
1 one of bis sermons recently deliv
ered la Cincinnati. Ohio, where bo Is
conducting an. eight week campaign,
now drawing to a cloee. against the
devil and bta cohorts.
Unquestionably this- la the bold
est challenge ever made to put the
pHae of darkneaa out of commission
-wltaln eo ebon a time. It U Intimat
ed that negotiations ar now pending
to put bito execution this unique pro
ject, which if perfected will be so
announced In this column. It may
Interest Sprlngtleldlana to know that
Mr Sunday. Ma. Jualoratnd the party
of fifteen or more are stopping at the
Biatae. ClactnnaU'a crack hotel. This
leads the writer ( a preacher) .to ask
If Christ and bis apostlas cam, to
Springfield to engage In religious
work would they atop at the Lslaad?
An unfortunate motorist smashed
Into one of those concrete traffic
sign with his car the other day and
was removed to the JalL 111 car, we
preauaa, was removed to the Junk
Ok, tew I'd love to throttle that guy
'Ami wjn up hit Inroaannt abia
nlng; Tka reason Is this. If you care to
Because be says "ending" for "Inn
ing." Why Not Try the America
Sir: After years of observation we
conclude that there-la only one thing
worso than the man who won t admit
defeat that Is the man who will.
SOCK IIATKE8 Jfl.
Pree Advice to Yoan Mew
Don't kiss a girl on tho hand un
less aha haa been eatla' garlic.
Oswald Hector says never yell
"WfcatHoeT" to a Ban working la
"Women In Paris Wear Monocles"
Hence, Gay Faroe.
Five hundred ultimate consumers
march, in parade, as protest against
nigh pries. New Item.
The pageant, no doubt, was much
enjoyed by profiteers"' who witnessed
Doc Stewart says when a doctor
give a patient hope he expsct P7
DORBJS, Cal.. June S Surge
Mason of tBO'HIg Lake Ilox company
of Klamath Fall, waa a Dorris visi
tor yesterday on business.
Charles Dornatn was in town yes
terday from sis ranch In Oklahoma.
Miss Margaret Laird, who for tht
past few months ha bon employed
by tha Taber Drug Company, has
gone to hwr home ntr Mt Dome
whnr aho will upend tho summer
Vr J T Bowman Is ported home
from tv abort trip to Vancouver, II
C, thl serening, where he has been
Carl WVlluer. who tins a farm tirnr
Tecnor, transacted buslnev In Dorris
Thn new coocrli block residence
of J Rbelley la progressing rapidly
tho walls having been completed. W
It. Miller of Klamath Prill It con
Mrs. Herman llercovlrh and child
roo expect soon to Mart for Sn
Pranclnco and other bay points !
automobile to bo gone several week
While away they H vlalt with
friends and relative.
Theodore Orcutt wa a bulne
visitor la town yeetenlay from Tee
Keith Ambrose, tire chief at Kla
math Kails, was In town for a short
Umo Saturday evening. He ac
companled by W K. l.v of Klamath
E, McCollum, who l engaged In
the automobile buslnoi In Klamath
rails, attended tn baxeball dance
given in Dorris Saturday otentng.
Jeo Shelley la repairing- a well on
tha Clemen ranch a few miles west
xewh sonw nioM thi;
PEPPKllS-COTTON MII.L. June $
J. M. Oataader returned from the
Dorris hospital rrlday. Mr Ostander
Is caterpillar Inspector and met wh
a painful accident, when he tore th
ligaments loose from his kne.
Mrs. Thomas, of lied Hock, visited
at the McNalr home Sunday.
Meter. Jebb Hum. 0. D Plum.
Thomas McOaviek and T .11. Peppers
made a bustneea trip to Klamath
Fred. Zlbull returned from the
Dorris hospital Thursday, where bo
underwent as operation for tontlll
tU. T M. Peppers, of Io Angelr.
spent several days In camp last wek
Major and Mrs. 0. W. Mallatratt
ate ruined at "Michigan" Saturday
night. Those, present at the delight.
fuLaftalr bealdes the host and hostrm
were Mrs. A. E. Plum. Miss Grtrude
Drtntsall and Messrs. Utile. Hakor.
Peterson and Van Quaten. At mid
night, delicious refreshments of -l-ad.
wafers, cake and coffee were
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nystrom and
family accompanied by John Wool
fred and Bob Herman motored to
Orr Lake Sunday.
A. N. Flsb, accompanied byOlenn
Uogte-s, left for Cblco laal week
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Plum and son
Tad, motored to Macdoel and Mt.
Hebron Sunday evening.
Nick .Merthof. wife and daughter.
Irene, have moved Into the "Stony
Messrs. Baker, Pollock. Otard.
Curtis. Van Gunten, Ede and Dorsn
autoed to Bear Creek Sundsy on a
fishing "exertion." Stories very so
la retard to the number ot flsb
caught that wa will leave that part
to tha Imagination of the public. Cur
tl did some acrobstle stunts for the
edification of the bunch and attemp
ted to Impersonate a mermaid. All
report a wonderful time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Plum and A K.
Plum motored to Dorris Saturday
C. F. Caughcll and Harry Urooka,
who are cm Ming timber on Hoar
Creek, were visitors In camp Sunday.
F. M. Benford, sawyer, wont to
A. J. Bsglor. engineer, spent Sun
der with, bis family at Slsson.
H. C. Howard, truck drlvor, went
to, Weed Sunday to visit bU family.
HITUXO JAKK IiMI'J'l.VGH
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Furber spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alox.
B. A. Scbrelner and sons are build
ing a barn tor Mr. Jones on bis ranch
at Spring Lake,
Mrs, Wm. Cheyne, Mrs. Frank
Btowart and Miss Lucille Stewart at. .
tended the club meeting at the Ml.
Lakl church Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hchrelnor and
daughter Paulina spent Saturday
night with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Tur
ner. Ttin City Board of Health of Now
Orleans haa, Just-;-appointed Its first
woman Inspector. Bho will b dotal).
ed to work among tho confectioner
ies and her duties will be largely ed
acatlonal In demonstrating tho neod
for greater Cleanliness in all place
whero food U prepared.
"Villa of China"
l a&? 'Ijbh liaaaaaW
Qnral Chang Teo-Lta. (ke VIBel
kt China." haa thloss hi own way laj
ih northtrn provinces. He wocriaa
the I'vklng cutrnmtnt tst as VliaJ
ued to worry Mexico. U coatra
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your DutU
la Our Sud."
Corner Main and Cosfvr
Dr. E. a WiMCaurtv
Dr. P. M. Nod
ooods or all kinds
OUR PlllCES IllOIlT
We Buy. Sell and Exchange
Cor. Blxtn and Klamath Ave.
Dr. l4ila C Itrldgea
Over First State and Saving Hank
Suite 10S Phone 1 01-J
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
J. O. CLKGHOIIN
CIVIL E.N0INEKH AND
Phone 192J 111 S. Rlvsrsids
Practical painting, gliding, bro ax
ing, enameling, kalsomlnlog, wall
paper cleaning add gsnersl con
II. C. TUTIIILL
Phone 183 B2C Osk St
Da, a A. 1UMBO
L O. O. V. BsdMtaa
Klamath Dye Works
OOB CLKAJUNO, PREHHLHO AHV
IlKfAlitLNa WILL MAJUS lOVB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for aad Delivered
41 Mala Htreet. KlamaUi rail.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
L 0. 0. F. Temple
DR. a A MASSEY
roart and IIm Ms,
in Warren Knot Hospital
Off. Psoas 4IT lias. Phoas KM
L. D. Guts, M. D.
KVK, KAH, NOMN AND TllltOAT
Warvra Hunt HtMpllal PImski 41
Ilea. While I'eUcan llesri. Pae 5
PKLICAN H.Y HUM
rare ISs each way
Leaves Ilea Cat Leaves Peitras City
7:4ft a. m. HOO a. sa.
11MB p.m. lllOp, sa.
1.00 p. m, 6T0 p. m.
Ilecsard llssit Hervssa
rv . -
Let ns mske yoa a price on dig
ging that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. W also
do team work ot svsry description.
S13 Man Street Phone IMV
Upp'a 'Auto Service
DAY AND NIGHT HKHVICK
Cars Klamath rails, Ore
Lavre Klamath Falls,
days, Wednesdays and
days at I 00 A M
leaves Bend Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Cadillac cars used.
Mske reaervsttons at Tha
City Trsnsfor Offlca.
r. J. I1AOUMT
Phone 411 411 Mala
omci ovatm trxDKawootra
! 84SSVI. Hsvssna a Itaaa
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Let Your GLASS troubles
RavGUxm aaj Cabiassi
Eleventh and Pine
WAUKKM MDKT HOsVIZAI
Day rkeata, aT NIcM
! 1 LJ.-J
HAW MILL KMOiNBstXtsta A
Dealgaesw aad wall das of
era aaw snllls, alaalag sssalaaatf
bog plaaU. Dredging. Pile Srivtag,
Offlca Corner Itfeiac
Near H. I.
rarUCIAJ AND HCKOBO
Boosm 1 sssS
LKT UH DO YOUK OOLIJKTnlfO
A number of business houses sre
saving ths Umo of their bookkeeper
snd Indlvldusl collectors by Isttlng
us collect their monthly bills. It Is
lbs modsrn method. II cuts down
your ovsrhesd. Oet your bills rsady
and ws will do the rest.
MRS. T. H. JOLLY ..6th and Main
Over Sugsrmsn's store. Phono HOW
Dr. Maad lagree Bawlsy ,
First NatJomal Baak BsjIWnt
Bstraaea, ai i,
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G. E. WASHBURN
Cuostractloa Work of any hind.
Ho Job too targe or loo sasatL
Bsllssalaa furnished fraa of
ii n i. i. ,.i .. . .11. i. mi
KUmatk FaUs CjcUry
Wa art her to serve, yo. aad
aim to serve yoa right. Motorcycles
and Blcyclsa. ParU and Aceaaorta.
Tlrss and Tubes, that will stand
yoar Inspection,' as w carry tha
heat la our Una. Repair she fc
coaaactloa with Harley-DavUaas
1919 Main KC XUaaata) rajs
Having bought the
moving outfit of True 6c
Failing. w are now
prepared to move
houses or other heavy
Washburn Sc Houston
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DR. T.C CAMPBELL
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Besadsaea WalU rUaa UH
BaaHeasa ! I,
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located la K, D. Blocs,
11X1 Main. Pboaa lll-M.
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing Sc Heating Co.
LI St g
Tha Bast Insurance for Kv.sry Naad'
Vlrrt Stato Hunk, llulldlng
Wa can servo you Ipsursncewlse.
' OI.AIIA II. CALKINS.
MOLL1U H. DONELHON.
Auditing, syslsmstlng, saw mill
iccounling and lateral prsctlca.
jraa ' LlTlagsloo, laco'rporated 'Ac
ountant, lie X. Bt Orants, Pass,
KX-sUCBVICB MBS, ATTsOrisual
KUatlb Test Ns. I,
Amsrlras Ugleo hu
st tU City Hail ss U
first aad third TseUaji
of sath taoath
Ri'SerrU taa ar U?ll4 ts !
Isad lbs mllDf t,
for saemberihlp card r Utetsu-
Hon si-esrvUe mta f rMsu4 m
or rll the falloetsg stflssni
J II. Csrssbso, Coutastr.
Iluy N reueh. Pott Adjttast
ror rllf ot sBptsyoMat sss f
writs lb Cbslruss el Tit nll(sU
t'inplof(o.nl CommlllM. fradi
Olds, cafe MlrtlJe UnUr (
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MeeU rrlday sight et tk
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W. D. Cofer TmL
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Lawn and; Garden Seed Murphey's
124 So. Six