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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY JULY M, MM
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How Tlinn Heoofst
Aro you thirty-four yours old? If
o, you worn n year old whnn tho
flrsf electric street nir Kot nvnrybody
wondering. Now, look ni 'urn!
Au empty wagon's rnttlo li hoard
farther than a full una.
Hpooulog O. K. In K. C.
Kansus City, Mo.,
Outdoor spooning wnii
f officially recognized an
w.obbb1 li'Kltlmutn it u m in a r
BBBjV iport today by Chief
Jk of II"
ffMWF laid pollco will lot lovii
olono. Anoc. I'reis
W are lotting back to normalcy.
Owing to shortness of ladles' drap
eries fowor womun hnvn been victims
of it root nccldonts durlmc tlio pant
year than formurly. And In ttie initio
period thn number of accident to
mon ha Increased. Tho men havo
boon rendered abiontmlndvd by tho
itrvet scenes, nppnrvntly.
"I don't llko tlicMi photographs at
alt," ho tald. "1 look Ilka an apo."
Tho photographer favoured him
with n ulanco of lofty dlndiiln.
"You should hsvo though of that
before you had thorn takon," wan hU
A plumber at IMorco City (Mo.)
bii ulna reading
"I am In a dirty business but I do
clean work." .
A Mill HurvrfMi
A Mt. Lakl farmer woro his old
ult until everybody waa ttrod of It.
nd hi ostluuiblo wife wo aihatnod
of hlnv Hut onn dny when selling
produce, In Klamath Fall ho deter
mined to buy u new milt and n happy
thought struck him. Ho would sur
prtie Eliza, Ho ho bundled n now null
Into tho wagon and hurried toward
bomo and at the bridge hn stood up
In tho wagon and "Peeled Off" thn
deiplied old ault and throw It Into
the rlror. Thon ho reached for his
They wero gone had Jolted out of
The night wai dark and cold and
bti teeth chattered aa hn acurrled
And he luro did surprise Eliza.
Exception la takon by a Mlsiourl
Editor to that clauio In llfn Insur
anco policies which readi: "Do you
drink liquor, and If no, to whnt ex
tent?" Ho thinks It In Irravuliint and
Impudent. Nobody drink liquor now.
One may Imblbo "hootch," but tho
liquor of other dayn la practically ox
haunted. After an absonco of four yearn a
certain man ennui back to Klamntll
Fall hli old homo town. Thn tint
four pooptn hq mot didn't romombor
him and tho noxt throo didn't know
bo had boon away.
Hlgn At Andomon'N tirorrtrrln
"Hoy wantod to Work partly In-
.ldo and partly out."-
Tuffy Andorson gozort at tho sign
and muttorod "Whnt If somobody'd
alam tho door whllo ho waa nt work?
HuhT Not mo, tho rink Is too gront."
"It", aaya a pross agent roforrlng
to what might bo n four column story
but moat likely .won't "la not n pub
llelty atory, but a frank, straight-forward
atotomont of facts and figures."
Bjnphaila on tho word frank.
"Did you ovor," ho goos on to nnk,
"consider tho rait number of pooplo
the motion picture roachos?" "No, wo
haven't, but Judging by tho number
of ro. p. pross ngonts who'koop tho
Janitorial staff busy dumping wasto
baikota thoro must bo qulto n goodly
Who remombors th' days
sugar wui 40 nnd CO cents?
A nowapapor from tho west nn
nounces that Mr. Slackem and Mr.
Push havo gone Into a buslnoss part
ner ship. Which will be tho mauagor?
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llavn you ovor noticed that thore'i
morn room In your pockets now that
I hero's no longer any uno In carrlng
around a corknerow?
That bowl In Jonoy City In which
thn Dompnoy-Cnrpontler bout took
placo Is tho largont punch bowl on
Saw a lovely rod mosquito yentcr
itsy evening. Had Junt como. (that Is
thn mosquito had como) from tho
cheek of a H-ycar-old girl.)
IIV Otirw, Tool
"Who'a your fuvorlto nrtlit," ask
ed Arthur Collins.
"Tlio guy that designs tho flOO
bills." replied Fred Kngllih.
Kormor rrcsldent Taft Is big
enough for thn lupromn bench. It
tnkrs a whnlo sent to hold him oil u
roil study in
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LOS ANOELE3, Oal July 28.
.Exchange of students between univ
ersities In Meilco and tho Unltod
States, a plan foiterod by business
an)) educational workers In both
countries, Is being oncouraged and
recommended by President Obregon
a a moans of bringing about a bst
tor understanding between tho two
nations, according to advices receiv
In a communication from the Mnxl.
can president to Nelson O. Uhoades
of Los Angeles, mombor of tho com
ml'ttoo having tho plan In charge It
Is said ICO offers from American uni
versities to Mexican scholars have
been received, that many of tho op
portunities already have been ac
cepted, and that tho young .Mexican?
havo been sent to this country to
Recognizing tho valuo of comploto
reciprocity, however, and tho advan
tngo of familiarizing thn United
States' representatives with Mexico,
tho Mexican President has asked that
twolvn professors from American
unlvorsltles visit Mexico to study
archeology, Spanish, geology, Mexi
can history and other subjocts. The
vlsltom nro to have their fare paid
by the Mexican govdrnment and to
rocolvu the sum of 2000 pesos annu
ally. "Tho Mexican government," tho
letter nddi, "will authorize these
privileges In exchange for tho schol-
arshlpH which tho Unltod Statos will
glvo to nur students. We will work In
comploto harmony with the commit-
too that has boon formed In furtbor
anco of thn exchango plan."
Tlio movemont was set on foot by
tbo American Chamber of Commerce
In Mexico, and has been, placod be
foro the .National Foreign trade con
vcntlon and other commercial organi
zations In tho United States, besides
tho universities. Tbo executive secre
tary of the mpvoment In Moxleo Is O.
II. W. Cook, formerly of Los Angeles,
n graduate of the University of
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SACKED HEAnT ACADEMY.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
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These destroy accuracy, make
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1 Tho Kallna Store
Klamath Falls, Ore.
J. B. Chambers
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Klamath Hdwe. Co.
R. H. Andorson,
Merrill Merc. Co.