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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 14, lllitl.
I Thfe Office Cat
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To The Victors Itching TIio Toll.
(Hlnrx ami Stripes)
Who la It hands outjntorvlowa,
Anr Jim hit valet rhino his shoes,
And stock bin cellar up with boote,
And dines upon UudweliorT
WhoU It' that driven a Mercedes,
And noTor think of saying "Plonso''
To forty servant an tholr knee?
Why that's tho Oorninn kaltor.
Who U It walks nlong tho troot,
In search 6f work, to ho may cat,
And works llko hall to raako ends
moot, , ,
And never mclli lludwoUorT
Who Is It hai one suit of clothe,
And shoes aulto airy at tbo toe?
Why, bundle, hq'a Jut ono offthoso
Who licked tho Gorman kalaerl
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
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TH-AT OP orer
'Never Thought of That!
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Klamath Full In Its cruando
agnlnst thn parking of chewing gum
might begin by taking the Hnger
print, of ulrvaldotits no that culprits
may moro easily bo npprohended.
I know man says Ilert Wltbrow
who u so, generous and et ao
poor that whan he died ho called
his children to his bedside and Rave
tbsm all ho bad smallpox.
Tho Kaiser's Income baa dwindled
to a paltry 1000,000 a, year, and Just
as soon aa wo ruitto money to have
our winter shoes halNsolod we are
joins' to take a llttlo time off to feel
sorry for this bird.
In Theiiei Days.
"That woman Is ovordressod."
"Let mo soe her, Bbo'n a rarity."
It's very plain that Bummor 's wane
Is one, said Daisy Deever,
'Tor shoes of white look like a
Straw bats havo yellow fever."
"If our Reed Intentions for , tho
morrow would only keep from so ur
ine over night-"
Offleo Phone 177W Res 177H
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Hurjreon
Klamath rails Oregon
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Art frames nnd framing. .
i IIENLINE PHOTO SHOP
037 Main t
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Ofl'teopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. P. Temple
Take ot Cellars or Fill la Lot
017 Mortimer St. Phone R41-W
Let us make you a price on dig
King that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We also
do team work of every description.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Dudi
In Our Suds"
Comer Main and Confer
, Phone 4S4W
li tlldg. Klama'ai rail.
Oldest IU-UII Ilairy In Town
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
. Klamath Falls Cycler?
Wo are here to serve you, and
aim to sorvo you right. Motorcyclos
and Dlryclos, Tarts and Acessorles,
Tires and Tabes, that will ,sUnd
your Inspection, m we,,carry the
best In our line. Itepslr shop In
connection with IIorley-Davldson
lelO llala 8t. KJamatli Valla
O. K. DtRMAIC
Klamath FalU Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
117.1 MAIN HT. PHONE WB-W
. Tlie Trouble With Panon.
"Mamma. I'so (tot a stomach-ache"
said Nolllo, six year old.
'"That's becauso jrour stomach .Is
empty; you'vp been without your
lunch. You'd fed better If you had
something lnjtv" ,
That aftcnoon tho pastor called
and, In tho courso of conversation,
complained of a very severe head
'That's because It's empty," said
Nellie., "You'd fool hotter It you
something In it."
SHOW NAMED FOR A VALLEY
Quits a Few of Those Who Use the
Word "Vsudsvllle" Ars Ignorant
of Its Origin.
The Fslrrst Lndy turned to tier es
cort at the variety show tho othi'r
nlsht during tho Intermission nnd
ailied him where tho word -vaudeville''
enme from anyway.
"Movies" la simple, she said. Any
one can traeo tho origin of the word
coined by Young America nnd now
generally ued. The flrltlsh "cinema"
sppllrd to cinematograph pictures Is
sleo cntlly traced.
It wasn't until next day that the es
'ort, who had pretended not to hear
tin Fslrcit lady's question about
tuuilvrlllo, got a chance to look It up.
Thru he found that tho word came
from ihe French "Vat do VliV a val
ley In Normandy whero orlrlnsted
many Inuuorous and satirical drinking
songs that becamo popular nil over
France knonn by tho name of the
place of their orlslu. i:eniually the.
word became corrupted to "nude
vtlle" and was applied to a rcrtnlu
kind of popular song. Us application
was limited to such songs until tho
end of the Eighteenth century, when
It began to refer also to an entertain
ment that Included singing and dla
Jogue as well as dancing and variety
acting. . .
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
f HYH1CIAN AMD SOHOKOI
I. O. O. r. aaildla
lUsldenre ISO Tine Hi.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fourth ud 1'lne HU.
In Warren flnnt Flospltal
Otf I'bone 417 Res Phone SIM
J. O. CLKOHOHN
CIVIL CNOINEEn AND
Pbone 192J 1S3 S. nivsrslde
Coe's Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
020 MAIN STREET
MAW MItIi ENOINEEBINO A
Otiapaera aiid bsillders of mod
rra saw mills, 'pUnlaig wtills aad
hos plaau. Dredging. Pile dHvlog.
Offlrc turner HprlDg and Oak
Near H. P. Depot
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AJTU
REPAIIUN'a WILli MAKK XOCB
LOOK LIKE NEW
OoaW Called for and Delivered ,
481 Main Street Klaawtk Valla
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAHHEN HUNT HOHPITAL
Day Phose. 4B7 Night Phone, CM.
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located In K. D. Block.
1313 Main. Phone 211-M.
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E. D. LAMB
PHTBICTAN AND HOttQEON
KX-SEHVICE MEN, ATTENTION;
Wholesale and BetaU
..Pasturlicd Milk and Oream-
A man can no more bo aucccssful In
his business ( ho does not Iovq It
than ho can bo jiappy In his homo
' If he does not lovo his wlto, and
Why .does a man swear to lovo
befpro m'krjrlaKo aiu lovp, to swear
after maflago? usk's, IajuIh Iloagland.
It now appears that our Shipping
Hoard Is a slipping hoard In some
Ledlce God dress 'ora We
An old hon by mlstako bad been
ottlng on;a "china (jgg" for months.
OnedaVb'o eyed It closely and said,
"There7 must bo Plymouth Ilock
blood-In that egg."
An automobllo Is llko n wlfo. Tho
'moro you pay for It tho hardor It Is
, f VHoro WW.
Wo 'present tho collulold pie ten. to
theTmiMll town displaying this sign:
Qo slow and soo our town,
Oo fast and sou our jail.
Tho Elkhart, and.. Truth feller can
romorabor tho days whop lumanb,
pooplo used to Insist on straw hats
for Horses, ,
i Hot Water Each Morning 8
Ptots Roses in Your ChdsJ
SBKtlSMalsssissyTL---JaMaT.v.-i iaT mi t . afil3gg
Klamatti Post No. 8.
American Legion meets
at the City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
o'f each month.
Ex-service mon ar tnvtted to at
tend the meetings
For membership caras or Informa
tion ex-service men are requested to
leo or write tho following efficers:
J II Carnaban, Commander
Roy N. Fouch, Post Adjutnni
For relief of employment see or
rlte the Chairman of The ttellef and
Kinnlnrmtint Committee. Francis
Olds, earn Lakeside Lumber com
Rooms ,1 and
DB. C. A, RAMBO
L O. O. V.
Dr E.,'G. WiMCtnit
Or. P. fVt NoM
Dr. IxIa O. Dridgca
Over First State and Savings Bank
Let Your GLASS trouble
C E. STUCKEY
Re-GUzin and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pint
PELICAN DAY DCS
Far 16c each way
Leaves Rax Cafe Leave Pelican City
7:46 a. a. f:00 a. n.
11:46 p. a. S?"-
6:00 p m. G:I0 P- m-
Reckard Resrt Servle
. To look nne' bct and feet one's best
Is to enjov an Inildo Uatli each morning
to nusn irom xoe system mo iruiuu.
dikr's waste, sour frrmrntatlons nnd poi
sonous toxins btfore It Is absorbed into
tbt blood. Jutt as coal, when It burns,
leaves behind a certain amount of In
combusttllo material In tlta form a(
sibes, so the food and drink taken each
day leae hi tho ajlnientnrjr organs a
certain amount of !nlit;eatlMo tnatrrlal,
tthlch if not eliminated, form toxins and
notions which sro then nicked Into the
blood through the very ducto which are
Intended ' c, tn "V nourishment to
;If ou want to see tho glow of healthy
bloom In your chccjcs, to see your skin
;tt clesrcr ana Clearer, you aro toia o
rink crerv morn ns upon , arising, a
! nf hat water vltli a tcsinoouful
of limestone phosphate in It, which is a
nannlcM means of washing the wasto
material and oxlns from the stomach,
irr. kldnmra slid bowels, thus cleans
ing, sweetening awl purifying the entire
alimentary tract, before putting more
looa into wo siomacik
Girls and women with sallow skins,
flu..- .nt nlmnlpfl nr nsllld COnilUeX-
Ion, also thre who wake tip with a
coated tongue, bid taste, nnity breath,
others who Aro bothered with headaches,
bilious spell, acid stomach or constipa
tion should licgtn tlii phosphatrd hot
water urinKing.uim my ui.uriu vi ...j
pronounced multi in one or vo wrjks.
Photo costs very little at tho drug store
... ,. illt ...1 l .lrtMil..ln 4li.lt lllftt.
out is vuuieipuv w ui-iuii.uiw ..i y"-"
as soap and hot water cleanses, purines
and freshens tho skin on tho outside, so
Knfr nnl.r nml llmtatnnn nhosnhste Oct
on tho Insldo organs. Wo must ala)"
consider mat internni sannatiou i-
ly moro Important than outsltlo cieanii-
maaa tiiiAniiiia 4tik filrtn nnrna nf Tint nil
IIVVli SJVSM trt'V lsjssa s"v "-
sorb Impurities into tho blood, whilo tho
uoei pores no.
Women who desire to enhanco the
invu.J v. ..-v.. vwm.-..v .--.. . -
try mis lor u weeic a noiicr rcsuus.
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYK. EAR. NOSE AND ITIROAT
I. O .0. F. Rldg. Phono 99-W
. Rooms 202, 203, 204
Ren. Whit Pelican Ho-' Phonr B
Klamath Lodge Na IS?
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday night or each week a
I O, O F hall. Pth and Main street.
Chas. Newman .... N. G.
V. C. Wells v. a.
O. B. Mnngue Secy
W. D. Cofer ..Treas
II. V. Drown ..C. P.
J. V. Drewbakor S. W.
L. J, McCIure ......8crlbe
Nato Ottorbcln Troasuror
Dr. Ilcrbort D. Mallett
Dr. Goo. "E. MaUptt
Office 'ovor Underwood'
7th & Main Phone 539-J
FILZ"' SCHOOL. OF POPULAR
I v MUSIC
1 havo constructed thru years of
Dxporlonco the only course, that
tenches yoa to play the piano by
NOTE and by EAR In 10 to 20 les
eons. Wrlto tor particulars, ,701 11th
St., Klamath Faljs, Ore,. P,l)one,367R
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