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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1921)
JHjEJEVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1IHI1
The Office Cat
' c IIY JUNIUS
' ' Tho Shine.
Wearily I clamber
To Iho dlxxy holght
Of the loathor notice;
Lanquldly tho bootblack
.Applies 'the polish
To my s,npos.
Ho make few
Keablo puma over tbom
With 'a clolh
imparling a duU glow,
Wearily I elnntber ijuwn
And hand hltu
Not a word
Hand that grasp too much hold
but lttle,,viiB7jri' Word.
Tho Drmon Mako-Up Man.
From too Warren, III., Hontlnol
Harry, Crouso, residing north ot War
mo, was overcomo by tho heat n few
days' Jigo. (Vou should wear either
a Henderson or Gosaard Corset sold
at Frank Jowelfi.
Atjuiq ot tho special events, n Imly
had responded bonutlfully to soycrnl
ncoroi. Another woman silting on
the (Ida turnod to a friend ilttlnR
near her nnd remarked
"8bo has ciultn a ruportolro, hain't
"Tea." nnsworcd the friend. "Hut
aha dreams no Kho'doesn't show It." I
om' Hivw tAmlUhncM.
I loshT'mV ll'l vn'ri'
I'm 'frn'ld ho got In Jnll,
Ha icol too nay and sassy
And , Clipped his I.t'l lull.
lie twirled Ms roguish whiskers,
And flapped his flipper fin
And yot so, sweet nnd guileless.
How1could they run him InT
Havo you sheen my ll'l walrus,
You'vd know him )r hi salt,
A sinuous rollinc motion,
A wriggling huxhltatu.
I know some cop did spy him
And thought his danco too crude,
And took, blm to tha boshgow
Now wouldn't that bo rudo?
And Nowl want my walrus,
I've loah my ll'l pot,
Jus' ono drink or maybo two,
''Twaa that mado mo forgot
Bho(lf you ehce my walrus.
Jus bring, him. back to mo,
I'll bo waiting for him, molstly,
Vlth my arms around thlsh tree.
,11. C, Qroosbock asks what occupa
tion did tho army of bootloggora foN
law before prohibition gavo them n
chance to earn a dishonest HvlngT
Will Again Conduct
Local Play School
,s1,lii Mary E. Hall will roopon tho
play school "which was successfully
conductod last fall and early win
ter. Tho splondcd support gtron
was grontly 'npproclatod and has
mado this second term possible, nays
Tho same modern mothods prac
tised f at v San Joso stnto toucher's
coUego'nnd 'University 'of California
play aohool aro uuod In developing
tho child throo fold mentally, mor
ally,', and physlcully.
Llko'inany school today tho cry
for truo ' doraocracy Js tryng to bo
answered In tho socialization of tho
child, teaching him' adaptability and
rospoct of othors' rights and pro
perty. (Tho day's activities consists of
rhythms, handwork, songs nuturo
study and games. Things both
beautiful and usoful aro lonrnod by
The present location of tho Mary
Ball Play School Is in iho baso-
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
f mAaAmmmim s.
rnont or tho Presbyterian church nt
tho cornur of Sixth and I'lno
8AI.K.M, Oregon, Keptombor 2.
Kitty thousand application blanks
for muklng application for tho Oro
gon stnto loan nnd bonus which "wan
toted to Oregon's cx-servlco men
by tho people last Juno, aro now'
being distributed to uyery part of
tho statu. Those blank forms, upon
which tho applicants must estab
lish their eligibility for tho bonus,
nro being sent to American Legion
posts of which tnero aro 104 in (bo
state with tbo request that tho posts
clre tbem io all ellglbto ex-sorvlco
This action waa takom by tho
stato bonus commission in ordor to
savo considerable tlmo in getting
Iho bonus and loans Into the bands
ot tho ox-servlco men. Tho Initial
bond tssuo of C,000 000, already
la being floated. Illds aro to bo
opened October 10th and tbo com
mission expects to havo monoy
ready by November 1st. Dy having
the applications como In .early tho
commission hopes to havo 'a largo
number of chocks roady for dis
tribution tbo moment tho funds aro
ronllted from tho salo of bonds.
8teps 'hnvo been token by tho com
mission to Intorcst tho bond buying
market of tho notlro United States.
Tho bonds nro to bo sold nt or
above and not to exceed six por cont
Intorcst and tho commission expects
to sell at an Interest rato ot about
flvo and ono-half per cent.
1 Tho ndmlnlstratlvo forco to han-
dlo this big tnsk of passing upon
applications has already been cro
atad In tho U. 8. National Dank
llldg. nt Salem, headed by Harry
C. Urumbaugh, an overseas votornn.
Tho necessary funds for on enorgotlc
administration of tho law havo nlso
boon prpvldod. Commissioners say
.that Jho lonn fenturo, which nppeals
to a majority of tho ox-Borvlco men,
nocossarlly will bo n slowoc process
but .that tho commission -will con
tlnuo to follow ItH past policy of
avoiding any and all nvoldnblo de
lays. Only" un unoxpoctod sult to test
tho constitutionality of tho law wilt
now provont payment of sovornl
thousand claims In Navonibor. such
u suit hnH not boon launched by
tho commlsslonurs becnuso ot tholr
hollot In thu constitutionality of tho
law and falluro of tbo bond to sell
alouo might make such u suit ne
, Make that idlo dollar work! Put
it inj Uio bank,
. V, iMGWipAPefC. NOT OH MY
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,. - - m m ,- "yV--u-ynnAJ-UVVVVVl.
peculiarities of Stature.
Stature depend 'i good ileal on ell
mote. The HiiMitncn lle In tho grent
Knlnhnrl desert, the tnll Poljnrslnns
on the I'nqltlc Islnuds, end enjoy nil
the iMhuntiiKcs nnture enn bestow.
The lliittenlots, of the sntmi nice as
tho lluIim'n. hut Inhabiting more fcr
tllo country, nru upprrclnhly tnllcr.
On tlm higher ground tho teople are
usually shorter, so thnt the Httl's nnd
rentrnl Kurupenns gciifrnllynre stocky
rather than tnll. Sometimes stature
tm with the clnst of men. Hnrly
emigrant to Amerlrn beforo things
were inuile riuy by the stiiunshlp com
pfllitrs, were awnjp tnller Ihnn the
rncoi from which they hnd sprung.
Thoy were picked men, full of physical
lgor nnd counigv. Stnturu varies nlso
ucctinllug to prnferslon. About half
the profeMloiuil nnd ecrleslnitlcal
rlnises uro tnll men. but only about
one In ten of the roblilers, wenter and
tailors renrh tho height of five feet
sot en Inches,
Orrjoo'i llitlicr Intlltutlon ol
Elfht Schools; Setrnty Deputmtnlt
FALtURM OPtNS SEIT, 19, 1921
Orcppn Agricultural College
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYHICIAN AXD BCKQltOII
Itcsldenrc VM Tine St.
DR. & A. MASSEY
roBrth ud Pine lis.
In Warren Bunt Uosplui
Oft. Phone 7 Res. Pbpne lai
Offlco Phone 177W Res 177R '
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath "Falls" " " Oregon
j. o. ci.Konon.v
CIVIL ENOINEER AND
Phone 192J 133 S. Riverside
Wholcsnlo and Itetnll
..PiUiturlKd Milk anil Croain..
, , Art frnmcR nnd framing.
1 HENLINE PHOTO SHOP
Phone 80 087 Mala
Uwsala Bid., KlaauiJi FalU
Otdtet IteUil Dairy la Town
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN 8T. PIIO.VK JM-W
Cos Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
020 MAI.Y STREET
s m . iii"vjtnjTj-uT.refAj
EX-HERVICE tns, ATTENTION'
Klamatn Post No. 8,
Amorlcan Legion meets
nt tho City Hall on the
vKKV first and third Tuosdays
of each month
Hx-scrvlco men ari Invited to at
tend the meetings
For membership cards or Informa
tion ox-ecrvlco men are requested to
seo or write the following efficers:
J. II. Carnahan, Commandor.
Roy N. Fouch, Post Adjutant
For relief ot employment see or
write the Chairman of Tho Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, care Lakeside Lumber com
pany. PELICAN BAT BCi
Far He each war
Laaraf Sax Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:41 a. aa. 1:00 a. am.
11:48 p.m. 1:00 a. m.
6:00 p. m. 6:10 p. m.
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE" AND THBOAT
Warren Hunt Hospital Pboae 4S7
Res. Watte Pellcaa Hoard. Pboae B
Klasnath Lodge No. 117
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday nlgbt ot each week ai
I O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main streets
Cbas. Nowman ........ N. G.
O. n. Manguo .... .... ecy
W. D. Cofor .... ...Troas.
II. V. Drown ....... . C. P.
J. V. Drowbakor S. W.
L. J. UcClure Scrlbo
Nato Ottorboln . . . Treasurer
prncn over vndkrwood's
Phono riUft-J. Seventh & Main
FII,' SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I hnvo constructed thru yoara ot
exporlonco tho only course that
teaches you to play tho piano by
NOTH and by EAR in 10 to 20 les
sons. Wrlto tor particulars, 701 11th
St., Klnmnth Falls, Oro. Phone 367R.
CJOODS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RIGHT
We Buy, Soil and Exchange
DICK'S & CO.
(Cor. Sixth and Klamath Ave.
Let us make you a, price on (dig
ging that basement', or other , ex
carallngyou contoraplate. Wa ateo
do team work of every description
Phone. 426 J" "
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put ,Your Duds
In Our Sud."
Corner Main and Conger
Klamath Falls Xyclerjr
We are here to serve you. and
aim to serve you right. Motorcycles
and Bicycles, , Parts, and Acessoriea,
Tires. and Tubes, that will stand
your Inspection, aa wo carry the
beat In our line. Repair shop la
connection with Uarley-Davldson
1910 Mala St. . Klamath Pajla
C. E. BI8XARK
Klamath Dye .Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AlCf)
REPAIRING WILL MAKE XOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for aad Delivered
481 Mala Street Klawata Fatal
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located In K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phone 263-H.
; DB..C. A.RAMBO
3 L O. O. F. Balldtafl
3 PHONE SI
Dr. Lola C. Brldgea
Oror First Stato and Savings Dank
Let Your GLASS trouble,
iRa-GIazing and Cabinet
Makinf ' "
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C, Transient.75.cents.up . .Q --
By Week $4.00. t
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LJ I I
. fill the kUst newt . . '
Take out Cellars or Flit ta Lota
617 Mortimer St. Phone 841.W
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Surgeon " """
, Office, and Residence
I. O. 0.F.-Temple '
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
SAW MUX EXGCTKERlll-a A I
coKsimtrorioir , 06.
Deatgaere aad bsuldera af
era saw aallla, alaalag HHJsaad
box riant.. Dredging. Pile drljlag.
Office Ooraer Batting aad Oak '
Near 8. P. Depot
"DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Pboae, 07 Nicht Pboae,iM
PHTSICIAN AND sWUOaWN
-Roeeaa 1 aad
Dr. E. a uWisdcarrtw
-Dr. P. M.Nal
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We -WiU -Move It
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