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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1921)
TUESDAY BETTEMBKH SO, 105tt
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Office Cat
DoaV Fori WoaM-Ro Tcackara
1 No llpntloka
a No painted eye-brow,
a. No rolled-down hosiery
4 No Jot ear-rings
6 No wmp waist
6 No ikort skirts
7No bobbed hair.
All of which U (or tboso desiring
to teach In the public school of Ban
Fraaelico. Right the tint tlrao. It's
tcwoman who made the rules, Mr.
Helen V, Canhorn, prealdont of tun
board of education. Neit question,
Tenderfoot "Why li jour little
brother MMd BUI?"
First Clas Scout "BecuM ha
was bora on the first of the month."
A spiritualist (or "spiritist" m
Mm people call 'em) report! that
ha baa already been In communlca
Hon (with the shade- of Enrico Caruso,
and that Enrico says that tho music
where be la la beautiful beyond de
scription or human comprehension.
Oar own control, Princess Wahoo,
aye that where abo la all aba hear
to Jan. Wo Uon'tTollevo that ah and
Rarlco hare gone to the wm place.
Tint Flea: "Been on a vacation?"
Second Flea) "No, on a tramp."
Bart McDonald ays an ounce of
aata la nrorth a pound of menus.
"Before I buy I'll bate to gat mr
friend to pee on thla bathing suit."
"la aha a designer!"
"No, She's a policewoman."
The old complaint resounds anew
Our sympathise to touch
When clothes appear to bo so few,'
Why should thoy cost so much.
W&en the aavago red man lived In
a wigwam he paid no rant. What waa
It, then, mado blm savageT Provld
When ye ed waa a boy, If a boy
went to the woods on a hike, and
want swimming, and fishing and
cooked hi roe-ala over his own camp
fire, and all such ho had a wonderful
time, aad ha got a wonderful wallop
ing .when ha got home, Now they
call him a boy scout, aad hang a
medal on htm. Protty soft, pretty
School Teacher (to little boy)
"If a farmer ralaoa 700 bushel of
wheat and sells It for I3.G0 per
boshel, what will ho got?"
Llttlo Boy "An automobile.'
Thirst la war; thirst In peaoe;
thirst la tho throats of our country
What has become of tho old-fash
lord girl who used to clutch at her
skirts when sbo rounded a windy
corner? asks BUI MoNealy.
.If thla bare-knee style kaapa,up
until winter, there'a a fortune await
ing tha manufacturers of chapped
A fellow Is glad he Is a man when
- ever he aeos a girl's skirt Happing In
tthe aold drtixllng rain around the
--Temptation is the balance
'1 which character la weighed1.
i , copper in BiusriiAHu
I LONDON. Sept. 80. An litiportdnf
aad rich dlacovory of .copper has been
made In Shetland. Tho lodos thua
far pjoved give1 a high percentage
aa'd "already halt a million ton of
oo'ppor ;6ro are In sight.
jpe'rt and onglnoor .are toying
i down a mining plant and. Its expected
taperatlea will commence noxt mown.
!,VniioTllto a,t Strand Sunday. J9-U
Outbursts of Everett True By ComIh
I urZS ',-vS3aW.
IU4.MT to 1ALK
What are they saying about Klam
ath county roada out on tho high
ways, In tho auto camps, around aor-
vice stations and In other pianos
whore tho tourist foregather and
swap tales of tho road?
A slight reflection of what thoy
tra saying is contained In a lottor to
n member of the Herald ataff from
N. U. Brlggs, of Itotllitcr, California,
aoti-ln-law of Judge Benaon and at
one time a resident of Klamath while
secretary of tho original canal com
pany before tho govornmont took
tbe protect oror. Mr. Brlgga says:
Mach to my regret I did not
get a chance to visit beautiful
Klamath thla year notwithstand
ing tha wonderful propaganda
which you so kindly sent rae.
Instead wa Jonrneyod to Oregon
to Ttslt the family or Judgo Ben
aon and apent two delightful
week at Salem and other points
of Interest. By tho way, when
will Ktocaath Falls and Klamath
County reallto that wonderful
Crater Lake 1 their attraction?
Everywhere wo went In your
atate wa ware advised to see It
aad In asking aboat tha roada
ware advtoed that wo could not
go via Klamath Falls as tbero
were no roada from that point.
Thaaa wa aaw Who went In by
Montagae reported the road
between Boswlck and Topsy
grade aa miserable, and tho
road from Klamath Falls to Peli
can Bay aa quite poor. Home ad
vised u to go by Medford and
come out through Bend as a
good trip. Wo were, not Intend
ing to visit the Lake but I mado
the Inquiries to find what other
people were saying about it. It
la botng boosted everywhere but
tho old town Is not getting the
proper publicity from tholr own
On our trip wa were com
pelled to make many detour on
account of building of highway
not only In Oregon but also In
California. When the road Is fin
ally eomplotod yon will not be
ablo to toll what atate you are In
from the llconso plates. Orogon'a
commission Is doing flno work
, and It la a pleasure to drlvo on
their completed highway.
Saturday afternoon, Judge Bunnoll
after reviewing tho motion to squash
tbo writ of rovlow filed In tho caso of
T. L. Cleveland, sometimes known
as Tom L. Clovelnud, doing business
under tho namo of Jnmos Sumpter,
denied the motion and tho caso will
be set for henrlng boforo tho county
court some time this iwcek.
GAMBLERS REFUSED PERMIT
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 20. Re
quests by American capitalist! for
gambling concessions on Coronado
ItlatdB,' off the the coast of Lower
California, have been denied by tho
department of agriculture which
stated its policy Is against permits
qt such nature.
IT'S A COHTAH
ieMT Of My
POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
At the Center of
BROADWAY at STARK ST.
We auggest yov write, phone
or wire for reservations
Arthur H. Meyers, Manager
rtjXfxrA) '''I -!"' ssi aaaaaai
MADK IN KLAMATH
MURPHY'S FEED BTORE
Mfir. hv IIAimV TELFORD
unAirinnrvriV i 1
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DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND 8CRGB01I
Residence Ha Pine St.
DR. a A. MASSEY
roarth aad PUe BU.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Raa. Phone IIM
J. O. CLEGnORN
CIVIL ENOINEErt AND
Phono 192J 133 8. Riverside
Wholesale and Retail
..Pusturlscd Milk aad Cream..
Ollce Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physfetoa and Bergeoa
Klamath rails . Oregon
X Art frame and framing.
I KENUNE PHOTO SHOP
Phono 00 87 Main
Phone 43 4W.
Locssl Bid, Klama' Vails
Oldest Retail Dairy in Town
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIM ST. PHONE (Mg-W
Coes Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
020 MAIN BTRKKT
EX-SERVICE MKK, ATTENTION'
gw Klasnatn Post No. I,
-fJjHpk Amorlcan Legion meeta
Wat the City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Ex-servlca men ara Invited to at
tend the meeting.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ex-service men ara requested to
sea or write tha following efficers:
J. II. Carnaban, Commander.
Roy N..Fouch, Post Adjutant
For relief of employment see or
write the Chairman of Tbe Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, care Lakeside Lumber com
pany. PELICAN BAT BUB
Fare SBe each way
Laavaa Rax Cafe Leaves Palleaa City
7:48 a, m. :00 a. xa.
11:41 v. m. Vil'-
5:00 p. m. 5:10 p. a.
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
I. 00. F. Bldg. Phono 99-W
Rooms 202, 203, 204
Rm. White Pelican Horl, Pboae B
Klantath Lodga No, 137
I. o. o. r.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. a. O. F. hall. 6th and Main streeU
Chan. Newman ............-.N. O.
W. C. Wells v. u.
O. B. Manguo - Secy.
W. D. Coter Treas.
II. V. Brown ....................C. P.
J. V. Brewbaker .... .... B. W.
L. J. "MeClara Scriba
Nato Ottorbeln ...., Treasurer
Dr. .Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. qep. ,fc, Mallett
Office.' over Underwood's
7th, A Mala Phona 539-J
FIXZ SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I have conitrncted thru years of
experience the only course that
teaches your.to play the piano by
NOTBrand by EAR In 10 to 20 les
sons. Write-tor particulars, 701 11th
8t., Ktomath.FalU.-Oro. Phona M7R.
DR. F. It GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0. 0. F., Temple
Take oat Cellars or rill la Lota
BIT Mortimer St. Phone S41W
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
RAW MILL EiraiNEERINO A
DesJgaers aad batldera of aaodV
era aaw mills, atoalag satll aad
box Blaata. Dredging. PUe drlvtog.
Of flee Coraee Bswfata; aad Oak
Near B. P. Deyot
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Pkoaa, 07 Night Pboae, a
PHYSICIAN AND BCRGBOE,
1 as I
i.ULri-n-UU'-r-r.nrin.r nn ' ' " ' --"" -
Dr. E. G. Wisacarvt
Dr. P. M. NoaJ
OUT OAWOTT, Mg.
Transient 75 cents up
By Week $4.00
Let as make yon a prlca on dig
ging that basement, or other ax
cavatlng you contemplate. Wa aUo
do team work of avary description.
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duda
la Our Suds"
Corner Main and Confer
Klamath Falls Cyclery
WA mrm fc. fn flikrvA .nn. an A
aim to serve yoa right. Motorcyclea
ana iiicycie. ran ana Acewuries,
Tires ana Tanee, inai win nana
, Immntutttam. U Wl ttlT thfl
beat ta our Una. Repair eaop in
eonaecuon wiia uanay-uaviasoD
Thome 97B a
1018 Mala Bt. Klaaaaaai Fall
C. B. BWaUM I
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, nUMfllNQ ANO
REPAIRING WILL MAKE XOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Caned for aad DeUvered
181 Mala Street KUmatk Falls
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The wall-known Optician
now located la K. D. Block,
1313 Main. Phono llt-M.
ij1jijijuuvTaTnraranrair'rir T" - -
DR. O. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F.
Dr. LoU O. Bridgv
Over First SUta and Saving Bank
Suite 105 Phone 102-J
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
' , t
O. K. TRANSFER GO.
124 S. Sixth St.
Jflfo Loose ,
IV We Will Mve ft