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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUTMAT, AUGUST Ifi, IMS.
The Office Cat
(Itrli, they say,
Id a mol tolomn way,
On a hot-' summer day,
Tha reason thoy wear,
Their locking turned,
At tho knoea
la Just because, dear sit,
To be cool ond comfy,
But how, jroy tell,
Is this explained?
A girl wo hw, yoatorday,
With hor stockings turned
Hut who worn turn.
Wo rockon how
flho wanted to koep
Hor llttto knoca cool
And her neck warm,
Or "why waa It,
Tbo InconaUtent dear.
Twenty-five Yean Ago In Linkville
. !-i,aw.i nn fjilu juiiE WArTNO FOB THE
AFTBKNOON THAW- CPCAH6 OP BUSINESS CONDITIONS
The lottera K. R. V. P. era being
omitted from dinner Invitations In
beat aoclety these daya. Instead of
tho old request to "respond If you
please," dlnnor Invitations of today
bear the cabalistic lottora II, Y. O.
If. It may be explained that D. Y.
O. II. standa for "bring your own
About the only thine no ono has
tried lo make wine out of so far
la the radish.
De nice to people. Ilemember that
tba hpmellost little pollywog will
some day turn Into a beautiful butterfly.
Tho bird that got up tho Incomo
tai forms was either a bug, a nut,
a boob, or a friend of Hatan
working on a commission basis.
I CALIFORNIA NEWS
BACHAMKNTO A burglar who
used a fishhook and lino to catch
hla loot laal night eccurod $600 In
cash from Charlea Brloweln, re
siding at the Ilertua hotof Third
and K streets, wbllo Erleweln wan
asleep. The money, wrapped In a
blue bandana handkerchlof, waa
fished from tho coat pocket of Erie
weln'a clothes by tho burglsr who
roacbed oyer a partition In the room
with his flihltiK tocklo.
BACRAMENTO A tine of $76
each Imposed on two Cblnoso Is tho
net result of a raid on n gambling
house In Locke July 30th by Dep
uty sborlffs. Tbo fines worn Im
posed by Justice of tbo 1'enco M.
K. Shelley when Ah Kong und Bam
Llm, -who had. entorod pleaa of not
guilty, changed tholr pleaa to guilty.
Tba most prosperous people do
not1 alwaya havo the biggest ears.
Charity often meana that wo art
willing to pass the hat If other peo
ple will fill II, opines Ted White.
Cruelty to burglars: Newspaper
making . announcements of the
money they overlooked In the raid.
Itoy Pouch bumped against Hill
Los In front of tho assessor's of
fice. Lee lisil a rod flesh mark on
the top part of bis nose, that "was
Just similar to tho Impression left
by wearing glasses.
Itey: "Did you break your glass
, or did you forgot them this
Illl: i "I never wora glasses In
Itey: "lluw about that mark on
Illll: "Oh, that's from drinking
hootch out of a fruit Jar."
Arthur Collins ' says a woman
doesn't necessarily havo to be In an
auto to knock n man down.
Thoro are so mo defects In the
pleasure and privileges of being a
congressman or a senator. These
defects Include enforced attendance
at Washington during tho heat
Our Own Wtutddaya, Kaolc About
1 Who waa put to work pegging
shoes at seven years of ageT
t Wbenevor you soo an arrow
what do you think of?
3 What la It a distinction to bo
4 What do you do when worda
fall. ' .
6 What makes bard roads eaayT
e Bay It with what?
7 What should you do at the
first drop of rain?
8 Who chasos dirt?
A Now Jorsey Inventor la report
ed aa having Invented a device
which makes chungo automatically.
With! prices as' they aro, this Inven
tion should bo almost as useful as
that i nonretlllabln bottle which
somebody olso recontly thought' up.
MAKE THAT IDLE
BAN FRANCIBCO Qrant Gor
man, welt known In political circles
In Oakland, admitted through his
counsel In tho United States dis
trict court that national prohibition
was the cause of his excesslvo uso
of liquor, and that "nobody has
been able to get mo sober since
tho advent of the Volstead law."
Ilullots of paper or tallow havo
been found to bo productlvn of far
greater damago than metal ones when
usod for short range firing.
October 3rd, 1021, at which dato and
time, at tho Council Chamber In
said City, all proposals wilt bo opon
od for consideration,
Kach proposal must bo accompa
nied by a certified chock on nomo
rollablo banking Institution equal to
5 per cent of tho amount of tbo pro
posal to bo forfeited to tho city upon
failuro of tho successful bid
der to entor Into contract and.
bond for the faithful completion
of tbo Improvement. Tho right to re
ject any and all bids being horoby
roAorvod In tho Common Council. Tho
award to tho successful blddor will
bo made contlngont upon tho sslo
of tbo bonds to bo authorized for
financing tbo proposed Improvement.
Tbe Improvement to consist of grad
ing to establish grade, hardsurfaclng
with elthor Mtullthlc, Concrete or
Wllllte, and laying of comont side
walks. A. h. LEAV1TT,
Uy order of tba Common Counucll.
BACHAMENTO A complete col
lapse, or practically so, of tho wator
melon Industry In the Turlock and
Denalr districts of the San Joaquin
Valley Is forseen by Harry 8. Mad
dox, state market director, unless
meana aro found Immediately for
clarifying the present unsatisfactory
COLUSA W. B. Denis, farmer,
Is fsclng trial In tbo auperlor court
on a charge of assault with a doadly
weapon ,os a result of a challengo
ho Issued to a Hindu to fight a duel.
He waa hold to answer by Justlco
of tho I'eace Mooro.
NOTICK INVITING PltOPOHAUl TO
HTIIKKT WtOM TIIIIU) 8TRKET
TO FIFTH KTIIKKT, INCLUDING
I'roposals will bo received by tba
Common Council of the City of Klam
ath Kails, Oregon, for making tho
Improvement' of Washington street
from Third street to Klfth street In
The Improvement to bo mado In
accordanco with tbo plans and sped
flestlons, therefor on file "with the
City Engineer and the I'olleo Judge,
for elthor of tho classes of hardsur
faclng mentioned In the plana and
specifications and In tho Odlnancc,
No. GG7, ordorlng the Improvement.
The making of tbo Improvement will
bo let in ono contract. Proposals
must bo filed with the Pollco Judgo
not later than 8 o'clock P. M., of
October 3rd, 1921, at which date and
time, at tho Council Chamber In aald
city, all proposals will bo opened
Eech proposal must be accomp
anied br a certified check on some
rollablo banking Institution equal to
flvo percent of tho amount of the
proposal to bo forfeited to tho city
upon failuro of tbo successful bld
dor to enter Into contract and bond
for tho faithful completion of tho
improvement. Tho right to roloct
any and all proposals being horeby
roserved In tho common council, Tha
award to tba successful blddor will
be made, contingent upon tho sale
of the bonds to be authorized for
financing tho proposed Improvement.
Tho Improvement to consist of
grading to full width, hardsurfaclng
36 feel In width with cither Illtull
thlc, Concrete or Wllllte. curbing,
and laying of concrete sidewalks.
A. L. LBAVITT,
' Police Judge.
Dy ordor of the Common Council.
NOTIL'R INVITING WIOPOHALK TO
IMI'ItOVK ELEVENTH BTHKET
FROM MAIN HltEET TO KLAM
ATH. Proposals will bo received by tha
Common Council of the City of
Klamath Kails, Oregon, for making
the Improvement of Eleventh street
from Main street to Klamath avenue,
Tho Improvement to be mado In
accordanco with tha plans and spe
cifications therofor on fllo with the
City Knglnoer, and In tho office of
tbo Pollco Judgo, for elthor of tho
classes of hardsurfaclng raentlonod
In tbo, plans and specifications and
In Ordinance No. CC3, ordorlng the
Improvement. Tbe making of tho
improvement will be let In ono con
tract. Proposals must be filed with
tbo Police Judgo not later than 8
o'clock P. M. or October 3rd. 1921,
at which tlmo and dato at tha city
hall In said city all proposals will bo
opened for consideration.
, Kach proposals must bo accom
panied by a certified chock on some
responsible banking Institution equal
lo C per cent of the amount of tbe
proposal, to bo forfeited to tho city
upon failuro of tbo successful bid
der to entor into contract and bond
for tho faithful completion of the
Improvement. Tho right to reject
any and all bids Is horoby reserved
In tho Common Council. Tho award
to tbe successful bidder will bo made
contingent upon tbo salo of tho bonds
to bo authorized for financing tho
proposed Improvement. Tbo Improve
ment to consist of grading full width
and hardsurfaclng 40 feet in width,
with either bltulltblc, concrete Will
Ito or aspbaltlc concrete curbing and
tea foot cement sldowalk.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Dy order of the Common Council.
I ne I .M TOfJC ,
va oreiv tre
Quality is the genius of production;
and the dominant characteristic of Red
Crown gasoline is quality.
One cannot experience the results of
quality unless quality is in the product
"Red Crown" is aa all-refinery gaso
line; a product of quality a perfect
stream of power that makes it pos
sible for you to enjoy the maximum
power and the maximum speed your
i engine was, designed to develop.
Lcok for StareiardOfl Service Stations
and for the Red Crown sign at garages,
service stations, and other deaIen,There
you will be able to get good service with
Red Crown gasoline.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
titUfl Oil Ctmfmt,
Ono of tho most interesting of re
cent American Inventions Is tho pho
nograph aafo lock, which wilt open
only when tho owner of tho sato re
peats through tho keybolo a phroso
that has .been recorded previously
from his own voice.
Make that idle dollar work I Put
It in. the bank.
NOTICK INVITING PItOPOBALH TO
IMPHOVK PINH BTTIKKT, 11th
Proposals will bo recolvod by the
Common Council of tho City of Klam
ath Kails, Oregon, for making tba
Improvement of Pine streot from
Elovonth St., to Esplanade.
Tho proposod Improvement to be
made in accordanco with the plans and
specifications of tho City Engineer,
on file with tho Engineer and In tbe
offlro of the Pollco Judge, for elthor
of tho claases of hardsurfaclng men
tioned In the plans and specifications
and in Ordlnanco No. C62, ordering
Thomaklng of tho Improvement
will be lot In ono contract. Propo
sals must bo filed with the Pollco
Judge not later than 8 o'clock P. M
! "Gee, but it's hot!"
You won't say that if
you visit the Max, where it
is cool and comfortable
and where you can get
those delicious ice cold
drinks and ices that are so
refreshing on warm days. .
7th and Main Sts.
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smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy because
they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly blended and because Camels leave NO
Like every man who does his own thinking, you
want fine tobacco in your cigarettes, you'll find it
And, mind you, no flashy package just for skow.
No extra wrappers! No costly frills! These things
don't improve the smoke any, more than premiums
But QUALITY! Listen! That's CAMELS!
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