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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATHf FALLS, OREGON
THUllHDAY, AUGUST 11, IMll
Hie Office Cat
Hit Hum Un.y
On u nwIiirIiir bough nut a lit tin
And hn twittered away In Rlrti,
And u I llhtoncil thu lliouRht' oc
What a lucky lilrd wu Iid-
III KladHomu nmiK thrilled mo
tiimuRh umi UiruiiKli
Hut 1 thought to mysnlf. "Ily jlnir
Who wouldn't l)o Imppy If lio'd tiuttt-
Iiir to do.
Hut nit on u 1 1 m I) and nlnKl"
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
gT-q Mo -THA-r TicotviMC..
C JPzzEA "TH'f. Norm out im
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V i "ST.
A correspondent demand to know
why to many of our romarkablo par
Rraphi, JlriRli-H and things aro dl-
ractod at Rlrln abort skirl. Wall, our
hot don't hurt tho Rlrls, to spook
of and thoy all help nn to (111 our
col. Wna thnro nnylhliiK oho In our
dopartmcnt today, xlrT
Human nature lit a peculiar pro
position. Wo condomn tho othor
follow for doInK tho thine wo
sometimes do uursolvos, and tho
chance aro that wo would rciont tho
colling down ho got If wo oiimolvm
' Whon you want a hole dug dlR
I It yourselves!
It. B. Hradbury layn there ore
threo blR quritlon connected with
taiei how to reduce them, how to
pay them and how to dodgo them.
Hut the greatest of tlioio I tho arc-ond.
While there' yeast, there' hope.
You rflii't gat thruo men tORethcr
when you ound n call for a mooting
for uplift and civic bottnrment. Hut
thnro are novor enouRh aoata to ro
around when you aound a call for a
"Pari woman ha no stomach"
ay a new Itom. It at trait save her
' fron havlnR to cat prnlp.
According to our pi-raoual predic
tion, It ahould Ret coolor tonight.
Uoih, wo hope wo ain't n liar
Many thing that don't look right
appear o because you cannot see
OH, 'POtP. lT3
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ITTwr Kstsr riczht on i soins. jomn .son IJJ
5M (Ac3 HAU TO HAVE THE FurcN(&WNC R5 -
m fAIBCD ANO RCPIMISHei? ArtCf Your. LAST
jfl VI T '.'.'. ON VOVR. HAV, OR. I'cc SMT You
are mado with ships at iica. Tho
Cnpu Hluchlnbrook Rtatlon wilt bo
Caro I being taken in conntruo
t'lon of living (jimrtorH for tho men
nt tho illations, for tho point aro
IhoIiiIciI, and tho government I try
ing to offset Nome of tho djsadvnnt
iirc by nttractlvo housing. Ttioro
will ba a dormitory, bath, oloctrlc
light and other facllltlos. Iloth
station are located In part of
Wo, tho underslgnod, will not bo
rosponalblo for any bill contracted
by John O'Connor and Mlko Dally,
on or af(or tho 8th day of AurubI,
an tho ranch now belong to Mlko
Dally and Btophon Harry.
MIKB DAILY 9-1 !
die-strings a ho approachoth upper
0 In hi love-maklnR profeiRlons nro
not soothing to tho mind of one
courting tho drowsy roiI at mid
night. HI yawllnR profession of
fldollly nro as ono lylnR by unto, oven
a a man lying to hi spouro about
tho time of nlRht, when ho returneth
Into. Men and Tom -Cats nrn much
allko In their nlRht shift.
Will Remedy Perils
of Alaska Coast
Rtructlon I at Capo Hlnchlnbrook,
at tho cmtranco to I'rlnco William
Hound, on which Valdez and other
southwestern Alaska points aro
According to present plans tho
Soapstono station will bo opened
next Octobor, after a crow of
trained mon Is assamblod and tests
Twice as rich as
ordinary milk for
Two Urge cam Carnation
Milk, 2 cup water, 4 egg,
2 cup ugr, 2 tepoonful
vanilla, J4 tentpoonful alt.
Heat one can of Carnation
Milk and the water In a dou
ble boiler. Deat egg and
sugar, and pour Into heated
milks mix well, and cook In
double boiler, (tlrring con
stantly, until tho mixture)
thicken on tpoon like
cream. Remove from fire,
cool add vanilla, and another ,
can of Carnation Milk. Put
in freezer and freeze. This
will make about two quart.
Send for Frt Book el 100TmU4
RkIpm. Canutfea Milk Pr Wiicta
Co, 632 RaOwejr Eichajii Bid,
jS "wt jVHjKMUjiuuJjn
Order From Your Grocer
A Rrouch I a man who Is honoit
enough' to admit that ho doesn't like
tho weather, accordlnR to Kinmltt
(Ily Huttlo IinnliiR)
I know It's hard to smllo, dear,
Whon ovorythltiR goes wronR,
Hut a smllo choors us on our way,
Llko tho words of a beautiful song,
Bo lot's try and smllo today,
For tomorrow may novor romo,
Lot's Rrcet our frlands with a smllo,
Kach and livery ono.
Arthur Collins aays whon a girl
get a tip that sho hap a real volco
It Is hard to keop her froravoatlng
bird seed for brock.'ast.
Add. inlsprouncod werds: Coupon.
Llfo is too short for most of tho
Tho copy books havo always told
us that thoro Is no oxcollonco with
out labor, and that oarly to bed and
early to rlso Is tho proper whoozo,
and that tho feller who doesn't work
will end up In tho poor house, and
so on ond such, but wo nover knew
a really successful man who had
ever worked vory hard.' Wo havo
known dozons of unsuccessful mon
,whd would choerfnily talk about how
'hard thoy worked, but nono who over
,dld ft. Think ovor nil of tho success
fill mon you know. Did any of 'em
over work? Not)
, Tho Thomas-cat acqulrcth many
whines, and tho tuning of his fid-J
JUNKAN, Alaska, Auk. 11. Many
innrliio danRors, hidden In ocean
"RMViyard"xnlonR Alaska' coasts
nrn in hn rnmnvi'l bv nleht nam!
radio compai stations which will'
bo built during tho noxt four year.'
From tho stations ships at sea can
got their bearings, and In fog and
storms can proceed safely along tho
Ono station being built this sum
inor Is at Soapstono Point, YakobI
(land, whero ship from southwest
ern Alaska enter tho Insldo passaRO
southbound to Seattle In tho pant
ship havo lost many day waltlnK
for thick weather to clear so thoy
could got past Soapstono Point nnd
Into Cross Sound 'When tho sta
tion Is In operation thoy wlll ho
abla to pick up tho ontranca to
Cross Sound by wireless.
Another station narw under con-j
Don't bo deceived on a doublo load of .
Our wagon hold 192 cubic foot or ltf cords. Measure the
load and bo suro. Wo guarantee ll cords. Measure our wagons.
Uuy of an established firm and bo suro. Our cheaper wood is
"Tho Poor Man's 'Wood"
10 cords for $35.00.
A year's supply for two stoves.
O. Peyton & Co.
u'nn to tiimN"
V, w .--.. f ,
419 Main Bt. Phone, 6S .
THREE OF A KIND
Alaska notod for hunting nnd fish
Two nUtlons aro to bo built each
year until tthq eight aro complqtod.
Mnko that laie dollar work! I'nt
it in Uio bank.
It Is easy (o get onto tho curve of
bowloggod ball pitcher.
Fault fnders nro novor out ofa
Nover judgo what a man kuow by
his knowing look. ' '
Thero are (I mo when very little
I nioro than enough.
keop their for homo consumption.
. I' i i agSBg-nggBauaai
Boy Now and Save Dollars
J. E ENDERS & CO.
GUT GARRETT, Mmjlk
Transient 75 cents up
By Week $4.00
all the ltett new
If It's Loose
r We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. 124 s n
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