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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH EALLS, OREGON,
TUBBDAT, SEPTEMBER 7, lASl
DR. G. A. MASSEY
ronrth ud Pine Rto.
In Warren Hunt HoiplUl
Off. Phone 4B7 Rei. Phone SIM
PELICAN BAT BUB
Fan SCo Men way
LMyea Rax Cafe Leaves Pelican City
.2:!5 ""' 8:00 a.m.
13:46 p.m. 1:00 p. b.
6:00 p. m. 6:to p. m.
Reckard Rent Berries
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A Memory Tenter
Fur Uin benefit of lliu nld-tlmors.
tho oxnltod rulor of tho Bacrnmonto
Lodgo of KIIib tins jiroparod a oil,
read It yoiirself:
Whon tlio family Hint liod n bntb
tub wne considered "stuck up."
Wlfbn tlio bootjack wan an Indis
pensable household uIoiibII.
Whon tho old-fashioned farmor
enmo to town.nnd blow out tho gas.
WJion kurosono was bought' ut tho
cornor grocory by tho quart.
Wliqn bustloH and tutors rounded
out tho fomlnlno form dlvlnu.
Whon wo Used to wrlto vorBce In
girl's autograph ulbums with purplo
Whon a haircut n la pompadour
was tho prevailing stylo.
Whon you could novor toll wholhor
or not tho girl you took to a party
had a molo on hor shoulder or a
Whon tho nttractlvo vlow of A pnss-
Inn street car was hats and faces;
not shoes and hoso,
When a burlcHquo show with a
ballot would play to Btnndlng room
Whon you holpod tho Hand of
Hopo drlvo by buying a 2G-cont tick
et to a chlckon dinner, and It waa a
real chicken dlnnor.
Whon tho clothing merchant
chucked In a pair of suspenders If
you paid cash for your '12 suit.
Tho old family photograpli album
and tho family blblo, which always
hod tho placo of honor on tho "what
not" In tho cornor of tho parlor.
Ban Francisco Chronicle.
The wrist-watch Is n great travel
er, says George Motz. It lias travolcd
from tho wrist to tho nnklo and Is
now as far oh tho kneo.
Nowadays things movo so rapidly
that tho man who says "It can't bo
dono" Is Interrupted by nomoono do
Wo OirlHtni Tliro "Hllnkoly llliuik"
Tho open mufflor dlngwumpus nf
foctlonatoly dubs his mount "Ilotsy"
o'r, tho llko. lrcrybody else, however,
calls It and him othur nunios.
Jock Dompuoy drnws tho color
lino. Hu will not cngngo In a contest
in tho vrlzo ring with any dark skin
ned competitor. Jack Johnson In
cluded. In tho matter of complexion
Demvoy has a shado tho best at It
and does uot propone to joopardlzo It.
Hubby'H MUil Imiulry
"Wife aro you going to tho soa-
"Am I going?"
A preacher ontorcd a Medford res
taurant rocontly. Ho sat down to tho
tablo and whon tho waitress, highly
calclmlned and poroxldod, enmo up,
'HoW'b ,tho chlckon this evening?"
Tho girl roplled: ','AU right, old kld
do. How's overy llttlo thing with
you?" (It wasn't Uro. Lawronce
Miss Gortrudo FlshOr of Philadel
phia, six yoars ago adjudgod tho
prettiest- girl In America, Is to wod
soon. It seems to us that mon aro
Tory, vory slow to mako tho prottlost
girl, wait six yoars to bo marrlod.
But, Jhon, mnybo Miss Fisher Is vory
Calling a man a liar Is tho last
word In wustod talk. It ho Is a Hor
he already knows It and you aro
springing old atuff on him. If ho Isn't
ono, you aro and ho has found It out.
, Thoro Is aio use denying that somo
of the 1921 bootlog liquor would
make Ideal snagoblto modlclno If It
could bo applied to tho snake in
time, Kansaa CltyvStar:
,jfW" Fooliahmciit '
, ,..' (BIdo Dudloy)
Ar youth who .lived ovor in Corning
If It's Loose
WeWillMbvelt -e!V, I A-MlOr IL,I
I "? SwSgClsfeN THlTlS TMcpeft' ,
-' -r-tii-.l IMTI ii3 ORr?nklCTl!llTlnkl I
T "?"r':-l living, exewses fce too ,
: - AfPLNHlCH To T3Lrf UOVJNC
1 i mr iiHHA J!!1 ii
7xvU; . V ATCt ID uvs o
-ZrZZl &J NCK(
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Said: "Qlrls always
At night they fako "up
A wondorful mako-u'j
But, gosh, thoy look 4ough In tho
START TRIAL OF
TWIN FALLS, Idaho, g.opt. 27
The trial of Mrs. Lydtx Southard,
alleged husband slayor, bogan yes-
i rolon said to havo Aeon fowrtl
by statu chemists In tho bodies of
four husbands and ono brotbcr-ln-law
lod to tho filing against hnr of
tho chargo of murdering her fourth
husband, Edward F. Moywr.
According to Prosocnting Attor
ney Frank L. Stephan ot Twin Falls
county, Mrs. Southard
$9,500 insuranco on .tho deaths ot
thrco ot tho flvo men. All wero in
sured, with Mrs. Southard as bono
flclary. Mrs. Southard is 28 yoars old,
and Is tho daughter of M. and Mrs.
J. W .Truoblood, who rvaldo on a
farm at KImborly, noar horo. Af
ter Myers death, September 7,
1920, his widow worked for a time
as a waitress horo, and lator loft
for Los Angeles, whora sho mot
Vincent Southard, naval petty ortt
cor, who lator became hor fifth hus
band. Southard was with her at
tho timo of hor arrest in Honolulu,
T. II., May 12, 1921. Sho marrlod
Southard In Lob Angolea Novom
bor 28, 1920.
"Act of Vandalism
A visiting tourist has called tho
Horald's attention to alleged dofac-
Ing ot tho walls of tho Hot Springs
court housa building with obsceno
writing. Many visitors to tho city
drlvo up on tho hill to vlow tho
city and volley, and most ot thorn
look tho building ovor boforo leav
ing. Tho vandalistlo writing can
hardly fail to como under their
observation, and is a cnuso of
The tourist who commented on
tho mattor was a visitor ""Sunday.
"Before tho county court plana
on complotlng that building, as
they Bay thoy will, let them spond
a' llttlo lime and money and havo
thoso disgraceful writings romovod.
Such writings are a blot on the rep
utation ot this city."
Many a man who has failed in life
always tried to do .tho smallost
amount of work possible for tho pay
ho got. .
Mako thnt idle dollar work! Put
It in tlio bonk.
n IT TD A
TilK-lMV. o.T OUT
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 Tho
national unemployment eonferenea
wua oponod yesterday by Pros-
Id'.nt Harding. In addressing the
fifty Industrial, economic and labor
haadora comprising the conference,
tho prosldent described tho present
Industrial depression as a "war In
heritance throughout tho world."
Ho oxpressod tho -belief that the
Tcsults of the conferonco would be
"l!1 JBd th! boJn ot the Unit-
od States, and that tho dolegatos
would perform a "servlco to the
"Fundamentally sound, financial
ly strong, industrially unimpaired,
commercially consistent and polit
ically unafraid, there ought to bo
I WOrJt for 0ybod5r the United
oiuics wno cnooscs to work-," the
Ho said tho open, sure', onward
way to rid tho nation of tho war's
aftonnathi of doprosslon involvod
"liquidation, reorganization, read
jusimont, ro-cstabllshment, taking
account ot things dono, and sober
contemplation of things to bo done
Any other way is hugging a delu
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MADE IN' KLAMATH
MURPHY'S FEED STORE
Mfg. by HAItnr TELFORD
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DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQBOX
1. 0. 0. 9. aalld-ag
Residence 42B pine St.
J. O. CLEGHORN
CIVIL -ENGINEER AND
Phone 192J 133 a. Riverside
Wholesale and Retail
..PaaturlMd Milk and Cream..
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Phyaictaa aad Bargeoa
Klamath Falls Oregon
start mo to Aflliprn-imp -.
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYE, EAR, KOBE AND THROAT
O .0. F. Bldg. Phone 09-W
Rooms 20Z, 203. 204
Rea. White Pelican Hotel. Phone B
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE B48-W
' m m m Jturrujrxu-wvuXJXAA-
Coe's Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
t 080 MAIN STREET
V.- TfnvmnnniuwytiivuuiMiw o. '
Art frames and framing.
I KENLINE PHOTO SHOP
$X-8KRVICB MEN, ATTENTION'
Klamath Po.c No. 8,
American Legion meets
at the City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Ex-sevlco men are In I ted to at
tend tho mcotings.
For membership carj or Informa
tion ex-sorvlce men or, requested to
Boo or wrlto tho following efficers:
J. H. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Foucb, Post Adjutant
For rollof of employment seo or
write the Chairman of The Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, caro Lakesldo Lumber com
pany. Klamath Lodf No. 11?
L O. O. F. ,
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets
Chas. Newman ........N. O.
W. C. Wells V. O.
O. B. Mangue Secy.
W. D. Cofer ...Tre8j.
H. V. Brown ..................C. P.
J. V. Browbakor S. W.
L. J. MeClure - -.Scribe
Nato Otterbeln .,- . Treasurer
Dr. Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. Goo. E. Mallett
Office over Underwood's
7th & Main Phone 639-J
FILZ' SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I have constructed thru years of
experience the only course that
teaches you to play the piano by
NOTE and by EAR in 10 to 20 les
sons. Write fur particulars, 701 11th
St., Klamath Palls, Oro. Phone 367R.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Off ico and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
Take out Cellars or Fill la Lota'
B17 Mortimer St. Phoae 541-W
Transient 75 cents up
By Week $4.00
Oldest Retail Dairy In Town
Phone 22-F-2 '
Your Watch Keep
Time. ' -
511 Main St.
BAW MILL ENGINEERING A
Deelgnera'and builders of mod
era aaw mills, planing caills aad
bos plants. Dredging. Pile drirln.
Office Comer Bprlag aad Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
dr: l. l. truax
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phoae, 487 Nlghl Phone, 81
PHTSICIAN AND BURGEON
Rooms 1 aad 8
Dr. E. a Wisecanrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
So-eata aai Mala
Let ns make yoa a price on dig
ging that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We also
do team work ot every description
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds .
.la Our Suds" .
Corner Main and Cougar
Klamath Falls Cyclerj
We are here to serve you, and
aim to serve you right. Motorcycles
and Bicycles. Farts and Acessories,
Tires and Tubes, that will stand
your Inspection, as we carry the
best" In our line. Repair shop la
connection with Harley-Davldsoa
1010 Mala St. BHamath Falls
C. H. BIBM ARK
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AND.
REPAIRING WILL MAKE XOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for aad Delivered
481 Mala Street Klamath Valla
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located In K. D. Block.
1313 Main. Phone llS-lf.
DR. O. A, RAMBO
L O. O. F.
Dr. Lola O. Bridges
Over First State and Savings Bank
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Phone 477W '
Eleventh and Pins