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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FBDJAT, AUGUST aa,-lfM.
The Office Cat
'A fallow nil mod Cleoro Bapp
With a faco like an unaiplored map
Bald, "Mln, you'rn loo thin,"
Yelled hi wife, "rind your chin,"
Which aettled that critical chap.
It U better to have loved and
loit than to have loved promis
cuously, and It make Iota work for
the courta, aay Al taavltt.
The man who haa the worst Urns
of life la the one who maxes It bad
for othera, aajra Hill Wleat.
An eitra rib haa been found In a
Pennsylvania woman, Ono woman
who owea nothing to Adam,
X merry young gontloman wno
waa trying to tie the brldo and
groom togethor. at u Goshen, I,id,
woddlng lost week, preparatory to
riding the couple In a calf crate, got
tilt block knocked off by the happy
bridegroom. Once In ,n while we ate
an Item In the now that ploaaea ua
An adlet In an upstate paper des
cribing a Ford car In find condition,
concluded "Aa for Mr. Fibber"
II. ft. Orlgsby aaka what haa bo
come of the old-faabloned man who
used to part hi hair on the back
of hla head.
It keeps old "bossy" working over
time alnco the country went dry.
Wnero thor mod to rail for "achoon
era," they now call for milk ahnkt,-.
H'a cheaper, too, for you can't fill
your hldo aa full of milk aa you could
wlUi "auda" and everybody gls
home without a pilot now.
flhe la a great nmn'a aocrotary,
She keeps him aloof from tho bunch,
From bore and from poata who are
long on requeita.
Uy telling them hu'a out at lunch,
She iknowa nil hla going and com
ing. She wlte from her head to htr tor,
Bho's wlso to hla cares and his little
Hut never telle him bow much she
And the great man, himself, would
.give much sordid pelf
To ,flnd out Just how much the
A HrcaUi of Otitic, a 'Twcrc
(From a talking machine nd.l
niccardo Slracctarl alng that love
ly, woll-known Neapolitan folk sou
"Santa Lucia" which aeema to glvo
ydu the vory scout aa well aa tho
sound of Italy.
"Tour husband aayn ho loads u
dog'a llfo," said ono woman
"Yea, It'a very similar." answer
ed tho tothcr. "ilo comu In with
nuddy foet, makos btmaelti comfort
able by the fire, and waits to bo
According to reformers, short
aklrta shall bo no' longer.
BYCAMOHB Tho ranchors of
tbl vicinity nro nearly through her
vcstlng.and hauling thalr grain. Tbo
three big warohounon horo ore full,
and A, J, Dovl la piling up tbo last
of hi crop In tho open.
COllAM Mr. and Mr. A. M
Lively' moved horo six year ago.
They are leaving to take up their
realdenco In Uerkoloy. Tboro la
now left Just ono family In Coram,
Mr .and Mm. Frnomnn II. Cullom.
OltAHH VALLKV Tho famoun
Kuroke-Idaho-Mnryland lodo, which
haa yleldod great wealth In each of
the proportion during tho tho last
half century, baa boon recovered In
tho Maryland. Tbl la according to
Managor Fulton or tho Iluckley
Woll Interests, whreh now own the
combined propertlo. Tho ledgo
came to light In tho old canyon
shaft of tbo Idaho-Maryland when
tho water wee forced below tho
2,000-foot level. According to Ful
ton It ahowa gold and la promising.
TULAHK A fire of unknown orl
gin today partially destroyed a gar-
ago and totally destroyed 00 auto
mobiles, causing a total to of
SI880.V An oiploalon of a (tilt
la believed to have causod a flro
which baa been burning at Igornla
for two days, and which la now be
lieved to bo under control. A part
of the still waa found, and peaplo
were aeon fleeing from the place
1,01)1- I. C, Snodgrass, ou ox
service man, furnlabod u pint of
blood for transfusion In tho caso of
II, I). Jonee, who had hla leg cut off
In a railroad accident Thursday
morning. Attending physlclana aay
that Jonee now baa a good chance
DOUOLA8 CITY Mr. Marcus II.
Ilennett, 2, walking home In tho
dooryard of tbo homo between thla
placo and Lowjaton, foil and broke
her left leg near tho hip for tho
aevenlh tlmo. Her husband la hard
of'hnarlng. He waa not yet up for
tho day, and did not hoar her crlos
for help. It waa fully an hour be-
ioro ne arose ana oy cnanco niseov
ered tbo plight of bla wlte. It took
him another lionr to aummon help
from tho nearest nolghbor, a mile
MAHYBVILLB A Utter of or
phaned rabbits, whose mother died
at their birth, bavo found In a
mother cat who haa a family of her
own, recontly arrived, a fond pro
tector and guardian. Thla la ac
cording to Supervisor H. E. Hyde,
who vouchee for tbo otory.
Many a man who thiol; ho la
the plcturo of health la only tbo
picture of high blood pressure
Soma girls atudy art and literature
and make name for thomaelvos by
making men propose.
if CALIFORNIA NEWS ?
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ilAKKRSFIELD Nino hundred
membora of tho Kern River Local
No, 10 of Oil Workors, meeting
hero, unanimously voted to strike on
Soptomber lot If tho oil operator
persist In refusing to accede to tbo
demand of tho govorlmont for a tri
partite conforonco on the' 'question
of .wagoa and adjustment In work
ing conditions. '
WOOD WILL ACCF4T l I.
aoVEItNOUHHIl', IT IH HAID
WASHINGTON. Aug. 12. It -was
authoritatively atated today that Gen
eral Leonard Wood baa been select
ed by President Harding aa gover
nor general of tho Phllllplne and
would accept the position.
No. 1890 Kqulty
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF KLAM
ATH, AND STATE OF OIIBOON
Cbarlea II. Dlackman, riatntlff, vs.
Mildred Dlackman, Detondant.
TO MILDRED DLACKMAN: De
fondant: IN THE NAME OF TUTS STATE
You are hereby roqulrod to appoar
and rfnawer the complaint filed
against you In tho nbovo entitled
sut, on or boforo Saturday tho 10th
aay or septombor, 1921, and for fail
ure to appear and anawer for want
thereof, plaintiff will take Judgment
and decroo against you as follews:
1. That tho bonds of matrimony
now existing betwoon plaintiff and
defendant be dissolved, on the
grounds of cruol and Inhuman treat
ment, and further on the grounds of
2. That the plaintiff have such
further and other relief as to equity
and good coniclenco may apportaln
and aa to the Court may aeem. moet.
September lOtbl 1921, la tbo last
day of tho tlmo prescribed In tho ord
er for publication of thla Summons,
In which you may appear and answ
er said Complaint, tho first publi
cation thereof being July 29th. 1921,
and tho last (publication being .Sep
tember 9th, 1921. T',
This summons la served by nubll-
catlon, by order of tho Honorable D,
V. Kuykendall, Judgo of the Circuit
Court of the State of Orogon for
Klamath County, datod July 27th,
izi, which order required that sum
mons bo published onco a week for
six successive weeks (seven inser
tions), tho first publication bolnc
July 29th, 1921.
W. H. A. RENNER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whoso office
and postofflco address la Klam
ath Falls, Klamath County, Oregon.
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
707 Main St
Phone 341 W
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
We take pleasure in announcing that our buyer Mr: O. Andross
has just returned from our fall buying trip and we are 'presenting for
THE NEWEST AND SMARTEST IN CREATED MODELS
EXPRESSING AS HERETOFORE
Style, Individuality, Value and Quality in
WRAPS, GOWNS, SUITS AND HATS
Which Denotes the Markedly
Different in Fashion's Dictates
Even though the season is premature
our customers are taking advantage of the
early selections and our business is far
ahead of our expectations. Just emerging
into our third season, we wish to extend
Falls and vicinity for their kindly patron
age and loyal support during our first open
ing year and invite you to call and let us
reciprocate by showing you our nierchaav
dise even though you are not ready to pur-
our thanks to the women of Klamath chase. You are welcome.
ANDROSS-GLOVER STYLE SHOP
. GODD III STATE
PORTLAND. Aug. 12. Estimates
of tbo atato bureau of market and
crops Indlcato a production this year
of 5,139 carloads of commercial ap
plet, 8,000 tons of years and 21,610,
000 pounds of dried prunes.
Last year's applo crop was 3, SCO
In the Wllllametto valley unfavor
able Conditions during tbo blossom
ing period nro blamod for a light
apple crop, except In Union and
Lane countlea which show an In
creaso. Tbo poar crop ranges from
60 to 75 per cent of normal. I'runoi
aro also bolow normal.
An Increase In tho applo yield In
tho Umpqua valloy Is Indicated
I'cars aro 60 per cent and Italian
prunes 75 per cent of normal.
The southorn applo crop Is 'ro i
25 to CO por cent abovo last year.
I'oars are a CS to CO per cont crop.
Hood Tllver will bavo 10 to 20
por cent more apples than last year
and of better quality. I'oars are CO,
per cent below last year.
Umatilla reports a flno apple
crop; Hermlston sufforcd from
frost; Union promises an excellent
crop; Wasco orchards show a shrink
age, TJakor estimates an avorage
yield of good quality and Malheur
will ship 200 cars.
Make that lfflo dollar work I Put,
It In tho bank.
Tbo man who acknowledges that
ho Is a chump has bogun to acqulro
Leave Your Blttvs
Before 9 O'dooK-'Vfcor
M pictures am ready at 6
m A 4sLfllWsk
I. PURITY I
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
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