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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Nino yoars ago Fatty Arbuckiowas
a bar boy In n Han Francisco Baldon
707 MAIN ST. PHONE 341 W.
and waxhod tho dlshos and cloanod
tlio spittoons. Ho Is worth millions
now and In Jail for murder) Anothor
Other Department miMbato U
flpocial .Value, BIomob, Fan,
Sweater, Underwear, Hoatary.
In MUUnflry ...8.t5
Actual values up to $10.80
enso of losing tho hoad. '
"Shop in Klamath Falls
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To A Straw Ifat
OtQBby, old top-Thy, faithful sorvlco
I ov consign thoo to obscurity;
No longor Wilt thou Hind nocurlty
T, this bald pate, which thou Itnat
' aft dofandod
Against tho nun's hot rnrs. And of
To Judge by grlma-bosmoared mn
turlty, 1oji hast mo well aud loyally bo
Ott pal, through sunshlno and
througli cloudy woathor,
"At funorals, dancos, pIcdIch, bath
a tithing trip, excursions, basoball
Jan and I haro auffored much to-
Nesrt spring, If still possessed of
boullh and reason
I nay draft thoo to sorvo another
soasonl P. D. dog.
Tho govornroont reports that tho
arorago pockotbook shrunk G9 cents
ring tbo last month. In othor
woda, you havo G9 cents less now
taan you had a month ago. Tho gov'
ernmont'n Idea of how much a vaca
tion costs Is amusing.
Somo (customorH think thoy aro
livo wires hocauso thoy got so many
kings chnrgod. It pays, sometimes,
U glvo thorn a mild shock.
Home Ufo Too Kawy
"Do you think a snmmor trip real
ly docs ono any good?"
"Yea, wo nil nood to oat loss and
dorgo a fow hardships."
Sarcasm way witm you 'up, Hut It
will noTOr cnoor you ui, wijd jiiii
ft Is said that press agonts of nil
tlio llttlo hara-and-ogg nations nro
gathering nt Washington to horn lu
'a tbo disarmament conforenco. Suro,
flaoso press agonU aro a thirsty lot.
Mon!(cy fur Is umiI on Ibis black
lid Wljltn satin afternoon tostumo
vlth tho leni: panel Ixiclc The long
vii lt line Is very new as are tlio ldo
iianrU falling much longer than th
front and bach of the skirt.
Auto Club Makes
for Auto Drivers
Prosldont Harding has bocotno tho
Nation's leading wook-ondor.
1aoally nftor wo havo startod
Mmothtng wo discover tho brakes
wpa't work and thoro Is no way to
stop It, oplnos Jim Drlscoll.
Fatty Arbucklo's sunshiny face Is
maw undor a cloud.
Postmaster Gonoral Will Hayes is!
just an ordinary human being llko
aaybody olso; ho drovo his motor
ar right Into n tnxlcab tbo othor day
at Washington, Sioux City Journal
Tho posslroist Isn't as numorous as
kn tjooms. Thrco frogs croaking In n
ond muko moro nolso than tbo. wat
er that turns tho mill whcol.
"Don't got hurt" Is an cxcollonl
' slogan, but It appeals to tho wrong
laae! What wo nood Is Bomotbtng
in ttio nnturo of "Don't hurt nny-
Tboro is ono bad feature about
homo brow recipes, says Doc Powoll
you can't get a patont on thom.
Wo havo always noticed that tho
L08 ANOEIiES, Cal., Oct. 4.
"Sam- safoty Kiiggcrtlons" havo boon
mndo public horo by.tbo Safety Ilur-
oau.ot tho Automobllo Club of South
ern California. 'Thoy follow
"1 Whon you glvo an arm wlgnat
for a turn, look behind boforo turn
ing. "2 Don't drlvo nway from a curb
without giving an arm signal and
"3 Do not park your car partly
on tho highway when stopping to
chango tires or mako ropalru.
"I Do Hot alight from a parked
car' on tho loft band sldo without
looking to sea If any ono Is npprouch
Ing In a machine
"5 Fo not bark out of any public
or privato garago, on a main thor
oughfare "8 Do not fall to look to both
loft and right when approaching a
street Intonation, regardless of tho
fact that yon havo technically tho
right of way on all cars approaching
from tho loft. ,
"7 When driving In tho moun
tains and approaching a railroad
crossing, do not rely on tho wig-wag
or ball as thoy otton fall to work.
Uso your oyes and oars.
"8 Do not pass machines going
In yonr dlroction at a highway or
strcot intersection as It Is dungarous
as well, as bolng against tho law
"9 nomombor not to drlvo too
closo bohlnd tho car In (rout of you
as it may bo noccssary for that car
to stop suddenly without giving a
"10. Do not race a streetcar to n
stopping' polat In order to squeezo
post it ,na a largo majority of nccl
donts are caused in this way.
IS AWAITING THE, VISITIORS OF THE KLAMATH COUNTY
FAIR DURING THE COMING WEEK AT THE
Extra efforts are being made to .make your visit beneficial as well as en
joyable, and our entire stock of high class merchandise is being gone,
orer thoroughly to insure the right values Tat a time when theseason is
before you, so that you may enjoy the full benefit of your winter apparel.
To those who are new. patrons of our shop or to those whose visit
will be the first, we wish to say that every garment purchased at the' Style
Shop carries with'it1 dependable quality, exclusive1 style, right, pricing
and personal service. Our guarantee' is, sold the same as the garment itself.,
In addition to the FIVE per cent discount slips to be issued on all
We Offer Three Big Specials
flnappy New Fall Dresnea la Silks, Satins,
Canton Crepes, Georp-sttafl and WooJa,
looming with atylo and iatUvtlnallty.
Value to SB5.M
COATS AND WRAPS
ncantlfal New Fall Coat, In oil tho
smart style and colors. For or nclf
Values to $05.00
Clilo Bnltn In soft Velvet cloths or fine
Tricotlno modcU for miss or natron.
Fur or sclf-trlmmcd.
Values to SB0.80
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RjEMEMBER, YOU MUST MAKE A VISIT TO THE STYLE SHOP ONE OF YOUR
CHIEF POINTS OF INTEREST
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"Labor" stands na a sentinel at
itllO niversklo Drlvn hnmn rJ
, Charles M. Schwab, ateel mognoAf,
;ln New York. Tho statue of a BUM
mlll'puddlcr Is ono of tho last nvukl
I by tho lato J. L. Jerome. FrcaW
k sculptor. J
O. W. Howard made a business.
trip to Lakovlow during tho p,V)t
Hiss Allco Walker, a teacher in
tho Yalnax school for the coming
year, spent tho ejirllor pari of thn
wook, visiting at tho homo of Mrs. J.
A'. Parker. Miss Walker boglns teach
ing Oct. 3,
Qlonn Parker and Victor Mill
er woro visitors from Dly at the
Round-Up, held In Yroka during tho
oat week. ,
Jack McAullffo and Con O'Connel
ossed through Dly Sunday evening
on their way to Lakovlow to attend
to business affairs.
Harry Utloy, of Lakovlow, repre
senting tho Oregon Llfo Insuranco
company, has beon spondlng tho past
fow days In Bly.
Miss Ruth Owons has roturned to
or homo In Dly after a short visit
Mrs, O. W. Howard, who has beon
tn Klamath Falls to bo with her
aiothor, Mrs. Humphrey, ' who has
oon sorlously ill, has returnod to
Illy. (Word has been recolved that
Mrs. llilmphroy was somawhat im
proved In health aftor hor removal to
Tbo vicinity around Dly has been
frequented by a great many hunters
daring tbo post week somo 'having
the usual "auntors luck." Otto Boye,
mnnagor of tho "Slrfklou", camo in
Saturday evening howover, with two
Fair Advertiser for
Hubby With $3,000
Gets Many Answers
JOLIET, 111., Oct. 4. So numer
ous, wore tho answers to the adver
tisement mado by Caiberlno Potor
son, 20 ,yoars old, to marry, any man
for $3,000 In order to secure an edu
cation and buy pretty clothes, "It
now Is only a question of which one
to tako,'! she said.
Hundreds of replies came in re
sponse to her offer, she said, and
men in every station of life commit
ted themselves from day laborers to
switchmen, insuranco agents, clorks
and others to business men. '
Ran down hods does not stand for
prldo, havo them strabzhteneil nt
Tbo Kvons Shoe Co'a Repair Dopt 4
If you are troubled with palno oi
aches; feel tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, Jrou will find relief la
-mmmFi.- wa. mam
The worlds standard rsmady for Udn.y,
IWsr. bUdd.r anil nrlc mrt tronhUa mnA
National Rsmhr of Holland sine. 1608.
Tbrta sUm, all druggists. Quarsnttad.
Vmk tot Dm um CeU MU ainn Us
Prices may advanco any
day, this Is your notlco, no
furthor guarantooi on prices.
Buy your QUEEN SLAB,
or BLOCK-WOOD now and
avoid advances that aro sure
to como. Ask about our, ,
For Yonr Heater
0. Peyton & Co.
"Wood to Born
410 Main St. Fboae S8B'
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
NOT SO LUCKY!
VOM. VMHV DON'T 5V0O GO
OVER AMD CONGRATULATE'
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HAS OWSJl KfcUf I ?, n.nrs.
MARR1EP- n WiHsioistoiw
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V I CONGRATULATIONS NOTHIMG
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