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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
Publlihod JMr excont Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Street.
stared at the poatofflco at Kla
Math Falls, Ore., for transmission
skrough the malls second-class
memdew of tt1w associated
The Associated Pro is is exclusively
tetltlcd to the use for republication
f all news dispatches credited, to It,
r not otherwlso credited In this
Veper, and also the local news pub
IVKDNKSDAY, AL'GCST 3, 10U1.
By Joo bonlcy
O wonderful earth In your travels,
Pray tell mo all I'd know
Ot tho wonderful secrets you gather
On your Journey to and fro.
Ot tho stars In tho heaven shining,
And the smiling morning sun,
Ot those who have departed,
And tho life that's Just begun.
Ot tho myths otvanclcnt people,
With Ncptuno In n rage,
(Of Thor, tho giant, smiling
At those ho -would engage.
Ot tbo comet In tho heavens,
And why tho sun docs shine,
Ot why the storm Is raging
And then tho milder clime.
Of tho prehistoric races.
Of Adam and of Eve,
."Who's penance placed upon us
That evermore we'll grlcvo
O wonderful earth, pray tell mo
Is mankind here to die,
."With a torn and broken body
On battlefields to Ho?
And why aro men benighted
As through this world they go,
Not knowing what the 'morrow
Upon them may bestow.
And why did fair Pandora
' With casket como below,
Releasing here the pestilence
That mado us suffer so?
And why does baby smiling
With contldcnco divine
Put faith In lovo and mother.
Whose love la true and kind?
O -wonderful earth, I wonder
' Why I should question Thee
For knowledge here forbidden
A creature such as mo?
For. I have hope and Joy,
And a love for fellows ken,
And the Lord above Is guiding
Tho footsteps of his men.
O wonderful earth In your travels.
Pray tell me, should I know
Of tho wonderful secrets you gather
On your Journey to and fro?
ARTKIt Ili:iNO IV HOHl'ITAIj FOR
SW WKKKS, TANliAC PUTS HIM
OX FKKT AGAIN.
"I'm here ,to say Tanlnc 'delivers
tho goods.' Why, t wouldn't tnko
tho host restaurant- In Portland for
what, it has ddhe tonne. I was In
such bad shnpo whon I got It that
my wlto thought I wouldn't bo hero
long; but I've picked up thirty
pounds In weight now, nnd am feel
Inn better than I havo in fourtcon
Tho above rcmarkabio nnd char
acteristic statement was mado ro
ccntly by Frank C. Rogers, populnr
chef nt the "Diamond Q" restau
rant, residing at 294 Clay street,
Portland, Oregon. Mr. Rogers camo
to Portland tour years ngo from
Denver, Colo., where ho formerly
operated a restaurant ot his own.
"In nineteen seven," continued
Mr. Rogers, "I was in n railroad
wreck, and was laid np In tho hos
pital for thirty-eight vweeks. It left
mo almost a complete nervous
wreck and with my whoio system
disordered. .I. had no appotlto nt
all, had Indigestion terribly nnd
ncvor got over two hours' sleep nt
night. My head ached, I' had rheu
matism so bad I could hardly walk
at times, and often It scorned that
I -would faint from tho pain and
weakness and fall right ocr on tho
"A friend finally put mo on to
Tanlac nnd boforo I had finished
my first bottlo I was feeling like a
different man, and by tho timo I
had taken three bottles I felt per
fectly well In every way. Since
then I've taken It occasionally along
and It keeps mo eating llko a horso
and perfectly freo ot nehes nnd
pains of all kinds. I don't look or
feel now like I over had a sick day
in my life. Tanlac Is simply won
Premier Turns the Crank
HIIAHTA VIKW NOTIW
lVemlcr Ilrland of Franco celcbrnted'hla 100th pose (he counted 'cml
before tho inovio earner In London by turning thJ Tcink on U, , X
A crowd mnilo up ot Ralph,
Augustu nnd Klttlo Puckott and
Helen Caldwell left by car to visit
Crater lnKo Huminy. i
Charley Tower spent threo days
at Rocky Point report last wook. (ito
roporU many visitor tharo nnd ev
eryone enjoying tho fishing.
A picnic In honor oVlt. Suow
gooso was enjoyed by tho Keno
folk Sundny. About t-wenty-tlvo
Tho first meerschaum pipe, made
in 173, Is to be seen In tho museum
people gathered at tho school homo
nnd spread their dinner under .tho
trees there. A flno tlmo was en
Joyed by all. Mr.' Snowgooso is
nearly 80 years ot age, and still ablo
to be around and do his dally tasks.
Ho takes actlvo Interest In alt pub
lic nffalrs and loves to talk of tho
days gono' by, whon tho country
here was young.
Tho farmers ot this district aro
busy cutting hay and preparing tor
harvest. Tho crops aro n llttlo
above tho average hero, and ttiore
will bo somo threshing to bo done
J. S. Acklcy, a prominent lumber
man ot Klamath Falls, returned last
week after an absence ot about
threo weeks. I
Howard Caldwell, who works nt
Holllday's dairy ranch, spent Sun
day with Charley Tower.
Augusta Puckctt returned n fow
days ago from Ashtnnd, whero she
nas been attending nuinmer school.
HIIIPPI.NO FU'HT iiitcwkkn
IIUITISH AMI IT. S. MM
LONDON, Aug. 3. The onforonco
between representatives of the Amor-'
lean Bhlpplng board nnd Ilrltlsh
shipping (ntorost failed to develop
a settlement ot the dlapulo over
Egyptian cotton carrying contracts,
which nro now- tho subject of ncuto
. Advertising payi. Try It and tee.
French women aro said to havo
smaller feet than Kngllsh women.
Th6 Last Drop! .
At the Theaters
There have been many stories of
fighting men of love and bate nnd
of villainy. But perhaps none of
these has held the multitude of pas
sions and deep-rooted thrill which are
offered in James Oliver Curwood's
"God's Country and tho Woman,"
which Is to be the attraction at the
Star theatre tonight. It Is a Vitngrapa
production, In which that mnn's man
and virile actor, William Duncan Is
As is usual In a Curwoort story,
llio scene of tho plot is in tho wilds
of the great uorthland. Over frcxen
trail and vast stretches of ico nnd
now, tho spectator Is led through
-ne adventure and thrill to tho next.
It Is a story which will amaze, while
It, Is thrilling, which will startle,
while it enthralls.
Somo rcmarkabio scenes in the big
Ireo country of California aro an
nounced ns noteworthy featured ot
"The Girl of tho Tiraborclalras," tho
now Fine Arts play starring Con
stance Talmadge, which will be seen
at the Strand theatre tonight.
The story deals with a conflict be
tween homesteaders nnd a gang of
claim Jumpers, who try to get tbelr
lands away from them. Director Paul
Powell took his company Into tha
dense forest of northern California
r a stay of two weeks during tho
staking ot the picture, and tho ac
tion ot the play Includes fellfng and
awing of the enormous trees wblcj
are to be found In that country.
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I havo soveral blocks ot lots
surrounding tho Malln high
school that I will sell for
business and resld4Uttal pur
poses, thus i fforlug to iho
peoplo of Klamath county an
opportunity to mako n real In
vestment. I will soil theso
lots for 175 anj up, on tho
installment plan, tho lornis to
suit tho purchaser. No Inter
est will bo chaTgod and I will
pay tho taxos until deed Is de
livered to buyer.
Malln is sltuntod In tho con
tor ot ono of the richest dis
tricts In tho world. It is buck
ed by progrosalvo ind conser
vative citizens. It has a futuru
that assures development to
a degrco that will mako this
property worth many times
tho prlco I am selling It for.
When oil Is discovered, Malln
will bo found to bo in the very
heart ot tho field and tho
biggest producers will be at
If you nro looking for some
thing that will pay you big
returns, , you can make no mis
tako In buying Malln proper
ty. For further Information,
Vrlto or see
11. tJ. Wilson nnd, family wore?
visiting nt U. it. unori s umno one
day Inst wook,
MIhr Ollvo Whipple, n fonnur
lonelier hero, Is spondlng u fow days
with friends boforo sailing for Hon
olulu, whoro alio uxpects to tench
tho coming year.
V. W. McMrtiuiK nnd f-imlly of
Klnmnth Fnllii wore guwt at J. L.j
llulloy'a Buiidny Inst. i
Miss Dorothy' Kllltilt (if Klnmnth
I'lilln -una u visitor In these parln
Harry Klrkpntrlrk nnd family nt
lllrmlnghnm, Iown, spent Suniluy nt
Urnlor Utko In company with his
brother Lester ot Merrill. '
J, L. llnltey nnd wife hud aulto
an exciting experience Hiiturdiiy
evening wlillo on their wny to Malln
whon thoy dlwcovred flames shoot
ing out from beneath their car It
evidently had caught from tho muf
(lor, nnd was making qultovn blaze,
but Mr. Ilalloy Imniedlnloly stopped
tho car nnd began throwing unnd
on tho. tinmen, which woro soon ex
tinguished, with mi surlouu damage
to' tho car. in Jumping from "tho
enr boforo It stopped Mm, Ilalloy
wan thrown to tho nrouml, lost lior
kIurbus, nnd.uUo hur head for n fow
sneonds The latter wiih soon found.
Slio states Unit th()r next murnlng
alio found hur glasses, nnd nlso
found that sho writ nnt.nslHtippio nt
Jumping a h nhn wnn tlio pruvlous ' '
oveulng, 'tho'tigh no biines worn '
I). A.' It. MKCTIXfl' '
Local Da'iightors of tho American
ltnwilutlon will 11101 1 nt tho homo
of Mrs. 8, II. Kvnns, 703 North
Ninth street .tomorrow afternoon ut
3 o'clock ' All who ii ro cIIrIIiIo tn
become mi'inhcrH of the organization
nro cordially Invited to bo prcnont.
.Utkn that idle dollar work I Put
It In the bank,
III I Hi 10-l 1 I
Are You Prepared?
Fly Time Is Here
We have a large atock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything" to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
Gurgle! Gurgle! Gurgle: WUo they are far out at sea immiarM""
hear about Mr. Volstead and hU prohibitory Jaw. And eo.thoy draln UM
hut drop from their wine Jugs Utore tbo boat lands, as did ttla old
Italian woman at Boston.
RIOA, Aug. 3. American pris
oners of tho Russian soviet govern
ment havo been released, It is unof
ficially reported. The number re
leased and when thoy will cross tho
border Is not stated. .
Advertising brings efficiency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Make that idle dollar work! Put
ft in the baak.
France bos some 6000 thousand
miles of canals, which will carry
targes 126 feet long( 16 tt feet wide,
C feet draught, and 'of 300 tons burden.
Ortton's Higher Inuilutlon of
Eight &hooU; Seventy Dtpsrlmeatt
FALL TERM OPENS SECT. 19, 1921
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We suggest yov write, phone
or wire tor reservations
Arthur H, Meyers, Manager
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Without Cost or Expense to the City or County
The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and are entirely without Religious
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Tuition, Day Scholia ..., 9 8.00 p"r( month
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Music ltetmoau ,....t ..7.00 per moath
Iloys from O to 14 years, Admitted to Hcliool
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER, SUPERIOR for.