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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIIUMDAT AUOUST 4, 1M1.
The Office Cat
Tin, 'Mc" In I'iralc
'( Using Junt a part at tbo experience
we suffered a few day ago)
A plc-iilo, boys,
In iuro nwrill
'For thoaa who earn
To 'work llkoll.
("O, liB't thin n grand day for the
Hut, u for ui,
Wo do not Itch
To be dray
For food, and nliti
("Are you surn you'rn got tha cheoso
, and pleklen, dour!"
They load ui down
With torn of freight
And then they chirp:
"(1m, ain't this groat!"
0, don't you wish wo could do this
every day, hum?")
It teem Just llkn
"Each onery cum
To pick on us
("Dearies, will you got another buck
et of wator, ph'ttw),")
On working dad
They annm to dole,
And to, of course,
t Wo'ro mado tho goat,
("You take cara or the kids, lore,
while I takn n llttlo awlm.")
And ao, for ui.
We'd ratbor ehancn
Our lunch at homn(
without tha nnts,
("It seems funny, dear tho mo. I
qultoes don't em to bother MK.")
And-whnrn wo'll gat
our reg'lar pay
If wo are forced
To work all day?
("Daddy, when wo goluta bare on
Dantlit (looking Into Ills ante
room, wboro a number of patient
wero waiting:) "Who haa been wait
ing the tangent?"
Tailor (who hnd called to present
a bill:) "I bavo doctor, I delivered
the clothea to you thrco yeara ago.
Hlgn In Htoro Winlr
"Coriata, guaranteed to fit lliu
walit and buit."
. f Ha May N'tl 'iw
Hare la on unique and probably ap
proprlatn new Item taken from a New
The church presented Ur. Hpooner
with a splendid car. He asks the
prayom of all Christian people.
A klM Is a peculiar proposition.
Of no uso to one, yot absolute, bliss
to two. Tho xmall boy gnta It for
nothing, tho young man haa to stonl
It, and tho old man has to buy It.
The hnby'a right thn lovor'a prlvtlegn,
tho hypocrlto'a mask. To a young
girl, faith: to a marrlod woman,
hopo; to an old maid, charity.
A' Scotch man got so dry over lioro
he had to pin tho stampn on his lot-ten.
"How many people work In your
"Oh, about half of them."
Tho girl next door said last night
one should novor put off today what
ono can' loavo off tomorrow.
In Manchoator, N. H., as lato as
J848, It was contrary to law to smoke
fn the street on thn Sabbath.
Kloctrlo cables which send up sig
nal Into the air are suggested as n
means of guiding airmen during fog
CARUSO ' LEAVES (90,000,000
f NAPLES, Aug. 4. Enrico Caruso,
the colobratod tenor who died hero
yeatedray, Is reportod to have loft a
fof(uno ostlmatod at $0,000,060,
Outbst of Everett True
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i Tha adoption and adaptation of a
port Idea Into' tho drcnlfr fashion
realm l shown In this latest Joseph
Importation. It Is a "lop coat" of
gray suede with i monkeyfur collar.'
It smart lines, loose box coat effect
with the perforated seams, and belt
make It ono of tho chlo fall novelties.
A largo gray velvet continental hat
COHVALMS, Aug. 4. An auto
matic tamper used In filling silos
has proved successful at the Oregon
Agricultural college. The tamper is
tho first one used In the state. It
In said to Inercaao tho capacity of al
tos packed In tbo ordinary way EO
per cent. Not only docs It pack
uniformly, but It Increases tho keep
ing qualities through closer packing.
Tho automatic tamper Is mado by tho
Uushman manufacturing company.
It works as a small steam roller
which runs around on top of tbo en
sllago as It Is fed Into tha silo. The
operator rmndles the tamper and tho
feeder at the same tlmo, tboreforo
cost of operation la not Increased.
Tho capacity of thn silos at O. A.
C. was swelled 33 1-3 por cent over
tho previous rocord of closo pack
ing, according to J. C. Pollock, dairy
herdsman at tho college.
Oats and volch, and barley and
vetch, to tbo amount of 27S tons
havo been put Into tbo college alios
this year. All of thorn havo boon
packed by tho automatic tamper.
More cnsllago of corn and sunflow
ors will bo handled in Septomber.
After every shot old can
nons had to be cleaned.
The chemical and physical
action of the priming fouled
the barrel and marked it
with tiny "pits."
Modern rifles also suffer
from the effects of the
priming. For years manu
facturers have studied to
reduce the effects of the
priming on the barrel. And
now a new, wonderful
priming has been developed
in the U. S. laboratories.
The priming in all
U. S. Rim-Fires reduces
fouling and erosion
It lengthens the life of a
"Load me well and
keep me dean.
And I'll fire a shot
to Calais Green"
Intcription on mn old cannon
f Dover, EngUnJ
rifle to a rernarkable degree.
The rifle is easier to clean.
It is more accurate, because 1 :
a barrel worn or pitted by
ordinary priming loses in
accuracy. The slightest
effect in the barrel is multi
plied by the distance the .
Be good to your rifle.
"Load it well and keep
it clean by using only
U. S. Rim-Fires and clean
ing it before putting away.
We have in stock all popu
lar styles and sizes for all
makes of rifles. Money
back if you are not entirely
UNITED STATES CAKTIUDGE COMPANY, New Yet,
Klamath Fails, Ore.
' J. B. Chambers
Baldwin Hdwe. Co.
Klamath Hdwe. Co.
Chiloqaln Merc. Ce.
The Kallna Store
R. H, Anderso
Merrill Mare. Ce.
Make that Idle dollar work! Pot
It In the bank.
XOTICK QV FILING PETITION TO
VACATE A BIURET
To "whom It May Concern:
Notlco U horeby given that the
undersigned will, at a regular meet
ing of tho Common Council of tho
City or Klamath Falls, Oregon, to bo
hold on tha 4 th Monday of August,
1021, towlt on tho 2 2d day of Aug
ust 1931, prosent tholr petition to
said Common Council praying for the
vacation of that portion of Bekey
Not Merely A Hotel, But An In
stitution Founded On These
POPULAR PRICES SERVICE
Qoorge Warren Hopper, Mgr. I
Orccon't Higher Inilllution of
Eight Schools; Seventy Departments
KAIL ThKM OPENS SEPT. 19, 1921
w Ir.liMmiiMw wtlit t iht Rtiiurir
Oregon Agricultural College
Streot lying between Blocks 3 and
4 of Klamath Lake Addition to tho
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, also
the alleys running through said
blocks 3 and 4 of sold addition, as
said portion of Bekey Street Is shown
by tho official plat of said addition
to Klamath Falls now on fllo In the
public records of Klamath County,
Dated, July 27, 1921, Klamath
School District No. 1, Klamath
uy P. L.. FOUNTAIN, Chairman,
By IDA B. MOMYER. Clerk
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Contractors may receive the plans
for the 8hlpplngton school from the
designer, C. N. Cooseboom, 815 Jef
ferson St. on August 8th., a deposit
of $10.00 will be required for each
set of plans.
1-6 SCHOOL DIST. NO. 1.
I havo several blocks of lots
surrounding the Matin high
school that I will soil for
buslress and roildeutlal pur
poses, thus 'fferlug to tho
people of Klamath county an
opportunity to mako n real In
vestment I will sell these
lota for $75 and up, on tho
Installment plan, the tonus to
suit the purchaser. No Inter
est will be charged and I will
pay the taxes until dood Is de
livered to buyer. '
Maltn Is situated In tho cen
ter of one of the rlchost dis
tricts in the world. It In back
ed by progressive mil conser
vative cltliens. It haa a future
that assures development to
a degree 'that will make thla
property worth many times
tho price I am soiling It for.
When oil la discovered, Malln
will be found to be In the very
heart of the field and the
biggest producora will be at
It you are looking for some-;
thing that will pay you big
returns, you can make no mis
take in buying Maltn proper-
For further information,
write or see
. MAUN, Ore.
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator, with the
will annexed, of tha estate of George
Engwlcht, deceased, has filed In the
County Court of tho stato of Oregon,
for Klamath County the final ac
count of his administration of said
ostato and said Court has fixed Aug.
ust 1st. 1921 at 3 o'clock p. m. as
the time and tho Court room of this
Court as tho place for tho hearing
of tbo said final account and for
tbo settlement of said cstato.
Deted: Juno 25, 1921.
R. C. Orocsbcck, administrator,
with tho will annexed of the
cstato of George Engwlcbt, de
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