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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIIUIWIIAV, JVSK II. IIMI
The Office Cat
Make Your Tractor Work
Attach It to a
AND IN- I UK Vnt'U CHOI' ilpNi
Tllltni'll'll AT Till: HIOI'KII TIMl;
A size is built to suit every requirement
Sharp nml haircut.
" Hay Ruru?"
Match -an J a gas. lank.
Iloom ' Room!
and a pale moon.
Ilooir- and a dry sent.
-And a fat nan
and a small drum. '
ThbJI Ito a Sevrir Rlw in Your
CWnmn" QmXli Ihr Oynlcle Cllj lw.
Leachvilte, (Ark I Cresset
The Cresset will not tonic oat nrxt
week on account of slcknrt.
la Which Mr. Ilnhm Iavr It to
Fort Wayne, Ind. Journal Gazette
WATKKLOO. Ind.. June. I C After
reading the article by the manager of!
the Huntertown team In thta morn-1
ing'a JournaliJaxetl. I can not lot It I
paw unanswered because the article '
la Intended tc- give a black eye to a i
club that does not deserve It.
Mr. McComb ay. the umpire wai
so bad that he would not mention
many ot hi decisions that wre
And a for a game on a neutral j
around with an onbUl umpire. Mr
McComb can have a gome for any
Sunday after July 4, with the iimr
playcra uied laat Sunday, If he wUhe.
bat I would advl.e him to get aome
boll players Instead. (Signed)
II E. KOHM.
lf yoa have any record, yon are
tlrrl of. send them to the Salvation
Army," urges the Louisville Herald.
Hut, supposln' tbey belong to the
family next door?
The latest decree of fashion Is that
the parasol must match the'bathlng,
aulU Woe be unto her who loe. her
para well, anyhow Isn't the w
thcr Just too Iovel7?
.. H8!. isS!-.1..1 . J
UD.Jr-.u.r.r.. a.a,a..Mb.aU( propoM,, w, bor.CelVCd
her flrt lovo affair don t xnowrant the 24th day of June A. U. U21
that It Is coins to develop Into an. at the hour of Z o'clock In the aftur-
ij.i. - I neon for the nurehaso of Fifteen
,. 7! . ... .v...
6omf crabby old cynics claim that
women are h&rtless. Hut Austin
Harden says he know, differently.
Tho way most of thra dre now you
can ac-e their hearts beating.
Kor My Illrslngs I Am Thankful.
And, If I had a bankfu!
Of coin I'd buy a turkey
Hut I haven't got the means;
So 1 gue thut I'll eschew
Itt tho wealthy guy. go to It,
And I'll be almlKhty grateful
Kor my plate of pork and beans
Tim I'rlim-ly lUlllorUI Kalury
The fact that President Wilson.)
who hoe had no special experience In
this noble profession, wua offered '
$160,000 for one newspaper article)
may glvo the public some Idea of
whut wo regular editor, get. i
(NOTK) The above Item wa. hand-'
cd the foreman of this colyuin by the ,
lWltor of this aper. i
Germany seems to be doing" every
thing to please the allle. except the
Fraternity Bulwark j
Of State Declares
K. of P. Speake
Kratornal organizations are a great
power for good In Oregon, oppoolni;
disloyalty to tho government, teach
ins; patriotism and helping the weak
and dUtreasod. said Walter 0 dice
son of Portland, grand keeper of
Lawn and Garden Seed
records and aU of tho order (
Knights of Pythias, speaking laat
venlng to tho meeting of local Py
tblana and their (rlendi.
Mr. Olcc-Kn pralted alt fralernl
tie and cat Instanrr from the rec
ord of Knights of Pythias, showing
the amount of good accomplished In
upholding patriotic standard.
a,J,a tB widow, and orphan.,
Other tipeakers- wore lr K. II.
Hunlock. district organUer. and J
Trowbridge and II O Wortman of
Medford Mr Wortman .aid Medford
was greatly pleased at the reorgani
sation of the Klamath caatle. a It
Kate thorn a near neighbor He
pledged every al.Utance to In.ure'
" erowth and predicted the day
wouW return when the Klamath
'.. aa .a i. .a i
lodge would regain the strength of
earlier ftan when It had one of the
largest lodge and be.u drill trams,
In the state
I'HISO.VKItK AUK mi
SACRAXKNTO. June 5. Newly
24 p;r cent of the 3.743 prisoners
registered at PoUom and Ran Quen
tln ponlttmtl.rk- are out on parole.
the report of H. II. U"hyte. state pa
role officer, .bows. The exact num
ber paroled L 693.
Klfty-six were paroled in April and
of he-- twelve violated their parole.
according to the report, two by
xtrrici: ok kali: ok iiikiiiatio.n
NOTICB IS HKRKtir OIVKN That
. Thouwnd Dollars' worth of bonds of
h Knterprue Irrigation District of
gKj,ma!h county. Oregon Said bonds
are to draw Interest at the rate of C
J per cent por annum, payable serai-
annually- upon luo iai u; ui u
and the 1st day of January of each
year until the maturity or said nonets
Bald proposals will be received by
the Hoard of Directors of said Irriga
tion DMtrlet, and should be directed
In the Secretary of the Kntnrprlse lr
rlgatlon District, rare of Kred. D
Kfutcber. Ix)omls Uulldlng, Klamath
The Ilnard of Directors reserve the
Wght to reject nny or all bids offer
ed. O J. IIII.YAKI'.
Secretary of the Hoard of Di
rector, of Knterprlie Irriga
tion District. iltD-JIO
All prices on "wood arc
Prices are away down, buy
Oreen Slab. Cord 13.C0
Mock-Wood Dbl. Load .. 8.00
Dry Slab 4ft. yd 3.00
Dry Slab 1G In. yd 4.00
Dry Slab 18 In. Deld ....6.00
Iluy Now, Term, Cash
'WOOD TO HURN"
O. Peyton & Co.
O. PKYTON W. PIIYTOM
The management of the Scandinavian
Hnll wishes to announce that effective Satur
day, June 11th, price of admission to-regular
dances every Saturday night will be
Per Couple 77c
War Tax 8c
Extra Ladies or Ladies Alone
War Tax 8c
committing crime and others b
failing to riort or not complying
with other requirement.
j White' rnrt shows paroled men
earned K7.0S2 l In April, of which
thy pa tel IK. 770 St Nearly 9 000
men have been paroled lnrf 193
I when tho parol law became rffec
1 Meekncu i the iuirt that belongs!
' to rlxht
llano tuning, W. II. .Morgan. 7.1
We wlih to announce that wo
have a realdent agent here who'
will be glad to call on you and .how
vmi aalnlilaa .Nil alhll It lha HtlV.'
W L 44 f I aa4 ' P as
Ing of fluff rug. wvven from your
Mosan Art Rag Co. i
Or MKDKOHI) '
Office US fl Ith, Ht Klamath Kails
I'hone t,2ill WK CI.KAN UL'OH
WCUJ TITV I AllainDVl!
"Put Your Dud.
In Our Stida"
Corner Mnin inrl Conger ,
iSS Main Street
1 Upp' Auto Service i
I DAY AND NIOIIT SKHVICi:
New Cars Klamath Kails, Ore.,
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Kourtb and Una HU.
In Warrn Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 4S7 Has. Phone MM
' L. D. Gass, M. D.
kyi:, i:ah, nohk and thiioat!
I GtuXHHEH KL'ltMHIIIJI)
Warren Hunt HiMpltal J'liono 407
Itca. White Pelican HotcL Plmnn 0
PKLICA.V HAY HUH
Kafo 25c each way
leaves Rex Cafe Leave Pelican City
7:46 a. m. 8;00 a. in.
12:45 p. m. 1:60 p. m.
6:00 p. m. 5:30 p. ta.
Ileckaril Itrnt Service
IoosbU Uldc, ItlaaBUi'Ji VaUt
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0. 0. F. Temple
i Let m ruaka yuu a prlca on dia
ling that basamenL or othsr !
eavaltac you rontemplaU, Wo alo
do team work of vry description.
Klamath Dye Works
UUlt CUIAM.NO, I'ilKHrtlNO AJfU
IlKl'Alltl.VO WIIJ. MARK tOUH
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called fur ad IMIvrr4
j 4l Moia MrrH
l a o. r,
J. C. CLMJIIOHX
CIVIL KNOlNKKIt AND
I'hone l:J 113 H, ltlvrild
Dr. E. G. Wiecrvrr
Dr. P. M. Noel
WveaU oavl Mala Nbseu
GOODS ok all kinds
our pricks rkjiit
Wo Iluy, Sell and Kxchange.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Ave,
DICK'S at CO,
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAIIHKN HUNT HOHPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, fl
SAW MILL KNOINK.KHlNU A
Ilealirnrra and builder, of mod
ern saw mill, planing nrllla anal
txix plants, DrclKlnj. PIlo drlvlii.
Office (Uinirr Spring and Oak
Nem H. V. Depot
Let Your GLASS trouble!
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
The "Russell" Junior Thresher
Witt) Tim ell Jlearlhga la the mir sua fur jour
Kunltou, Hamtun or similar Tr.rtur
The "Russell" Cyclone Thresher
It built In ! alio fur all make of larger Trtrt-jft
"Russell" Threshers, Tractors. Sawmills
are lh laatlcra In their 1 1 Ik-
THERE'S A REASON!
KalltfM !. !!. UP4"
Tim A. II. Avraiu. MACtitKMir Co.
1m mi me. without obligating on my part, ia
formation felatlte to a HubseU. TiuiaitK of rur m. fof
my .. Trwtor wtikli U lt, ,,, , I
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
E. D. LAMB
I'UrKICIAN AMU HVHUIMX
Koosm I Md
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind.
No job too large or loo small.
ruilmatrt furnltbad fr o(
Klamath Fallt Cycle ry
Wn are hero to serve you, and '
aim to srvo you right. Motorcycle
and Hlcyctoa. Parts and Areasorle. '
Tires and Tubes, that will aland'
your Inspection, as wo carry the1
beat In our line. Repair shop In
connection with Harley-Davldaonj
1010 Main St. Klamath Kail
;. i:. iiihiiahk
DR. J. G. GOBLE
Thn well-known Optician
now located In K D. lllock,
1313 Main. Phono 3C3-M.
r i i ..i
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
117 MAIN ST.
'Tho Hint Iimirtinro for Kvnry Need'
I'lrst Stntit Honk Hullilliig
Wo can mirvii yon Insurnncewlsa.
CLARA II. CALKINS,
MOLLIR H. DONKUION.
Auditing) systoinatlxlng, saw mill
accounting and gonornl practice.
Irnn Livingston, Incorporated Ac
countant, 11C A. St., Urania Pass,
a ' I
i:x.i:nvm: iir-r, attkatioxi
KUmtb I'o.t ,S I.
Aoi.-'f.n ljios dhii
a-, tba i lr lt. oa It,
flltl sad tktrvl Tm1i;i
of aach month
i:irilfe mm 'a lnniJ to it
lend lb maalllica.
Kor mrmbartbip rardi er Ufortst'
tlun i ria man 'a r)a!e4 I
or "tla tba follgwttc otfltall
J. II. I'arasban, t'ommitJtr
liny N Kouth. Kotl AJiUL
Kor rllf ot etnplo'iaaBt ,a tr
, writ tha Chairman uf Tt llalUf
Uiaplufciaai I orawllUa lra(!t
Olda. vara Ua'alda i amUf ten
Klamath Lodge No, lit
I. O. O. F.
Mta Krlday nlgkl of nlh !
1 1 O 0 K hall Ith and Mala nrwui
II II Or la
O. II. Mangu
W II Cfar
KM- AM I'M I ?T
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II V llnm
L. J UfCluto
K. J ar
Matlrraara Made and
paired. uiW"-nr. i'rtlnc.
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Take out frll.r. or Pill I" '""
AI7 Mortlinrr hi Phone SIIW
PIIVHK1A.N AMI MITIIK
I. o. o. v. nuiiding
Re.ldenrn-Whlte Pll8 oU,
Jtesldsnco Phon I.
ysyaqaaaaPa, j i
Offlco Phono 177W .iim '"
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
I'lir.lrlan anil HurgoiB
i. ..ii. i-ii. oral""
II .Ut.lli "
0TII & MA,N H1
Makn llniwrvatloM t
Kli I'oolroow ..
Phono 370 or 6'M.
124 So. Sixth St.
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