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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
X rAGH THB1JE
SATURDAY,- OCTOBER 8, ,1M1
The Office Cat
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' More Curls
A girl I alum , ,
In Huo CnrroU;
She's ono of tboRU '
" Cincinnati Enqulror.
. I never shun '
. . A slnglo maid;
- riovo tbomall
Too much, I'm '(raid.
Hastings (Nob.) .Tribune.
PoroplrlniTCItUon 1 don't think
much of this wonthor.
2ool Friend That's mo, too. I try
to koop my mind off Itf
There'll Always n Silver Lining
"I hoar you'vo lost 'your cook.
Tough luck, romarkod Bolt.
"Oh, I don't know," ropllod Nutt,
"Wo bought a can oponor and that
at leant dona not burn everything
that conies ro tbo tablo,"
Did you over boar that follor say:
"I had a swell tlmo on my vacation,
but bollovo mo, 1 am glad to bo back
again?" Don't ovor bollovo him. Tho
hardest part about vacation la Rot
ting back on tho job. "
Undoubtedly a Record
A Cblnoso, fighting for clltzonslilp
In Chicago declares bo wan born In
San Francisco, hut admits that his
paronta novor loft China. This Is bo
lloved to bo ono of tho most absent-minded
trlokn tho stork oor
t Life As I Sec It
Don't fuss with your neighbors
about a few shortcomings. I know n
very distinguished man who says "ot"
( A Dr. Stratton claim that women
' are being huggod too much In tho
modern dances. Uy straining our oars
I - and listening Intently wo bavo not as
yet, hoard any complaint from tbo
Iwomen, It. K.
"Do you deny that wo uro descend
ed from raonkoys?"
"If you want to claim that doacont,
old man, I won't dispute you. Why
bould I nrguo with you about your
Study briefly tbo face of tho fel
low who is carrying a flshpolo und
you can toll wbother ho Is coming or
Tho hon has a right to kick: sha
is never so much as allowed au egg
of her own production.
' AU Hlr.cn
Twins, oh? What'll I do about ,u
baby carriage" ' t
."Oh, thoy mnnufacturo them for
two or threo pasBongors, old top."
Sally Skukum says "llubo" Ruth
Is evldontly a plgoon fanclor 'causo
bo's boon makln' n collodion of
(Talent won't got you any placo
unless It is backod up by ambition.
An editor wroto a southern Miss
ouri subscriber, namod Dill Jeffrey,
advising him that his subscription
bad expired. Afow days lator tho
editor received his own lottor, across
the bottom of which was scrawled,
' Ob, strenuous days for cupld,
And Hymen's all astir
A chap pays court to somo fair lass;
Tbo next, we hear that comos to pass
The! court is paying her.
Got'em Rolled Up
The dlmples'deep of lucky Kate
Have lost1 their 'luring charm, of
J While Mabel now wins witb.'all ease,
Her only dimples grace hero knees.
i Judge '
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
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ItTMMCC ItSN NCONa ATW
AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will be made in this
column unloss tho copy is at Tbo
Evonlng Horald offlco by C o'clock
SACRED IinAIlT Oilmen, cor. ot
Eighth and High, Rov. Hugh J. Mar
shall, Rov. J, V. Molloy.
1st Mass at 8:00.
2nd Mass at 10:30.
Evening sorvlcos at 7:00.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE soctoty of
Klamath Falls hold services In tho
lower room of tbo Library building,
corner of Third nnd Main stroots,
ovory Sunday mornlni; nt 11 o'clock
and ovory Wednesday evening ut 8
Tho Sunday school sosslonls from
0:45 to 10:45 ovory Sunday morn
lng. Tho stibjoct for Sunday is:
"Are Sin, plsoaso and Doath,
Tho frco roadlng room and frco
londlng library is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
FIRST IIAl'TIHT CHURCH, corner
Washington and Eighth. A. F. Sim
mons, pastor. Residence' C12 Calif jr
nla nvonuo. t
METHODIST KPISCOPAL CHURCH
Tenth and High, Rov. S. J. Chanoy,
pastor, 1005 High St., Phono 537-W.
. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH'
oornor Sixth and Pine streets. Rov.
Arthur Rice, mlnlstor.
EMMANUEL HAITI ST CHURCH
Corner Eloventh and High strcots. J,
II. Dickson, pastor. Phono C02J. ,
C1UUSTIAN CUURCn, cornoroth
and Pine stroots, C. F. Trlmblo, pas
tor, 2107 Wantland Avo. Phone
Season's Fires in
Burn 35,000 Acres
MISSOULA, Mont., Oct. 8. For
est flros in djstrict No. 1. compris
ing Montana and northorn Idaho,
burnpd ovor 35,847 acres,, oqually di
vided betwoon national forests und
prlvato lands, according to n report
compllod at district hoadquartors
boro. Tho total number ot flros dur
ing tho soason Just closed was 1,267.
Of tbo tofal numbor of fires, 429
wero llstod ns causod by lightning,
257 by carnpors, 1C4 by railroads and
tho remainder by miscellaneous
agoncles, More than 17,000 acres of
national forest wore burnod ovor.
Not a slnglo fatality among tho
tiro fighters (was roportod during
tho, soason, and tho few casualties
reported wero all of a slight nature
In ylow of tho foct that tho f In
fighting army M times comprised
1,100 men, iji 'npdttlon to permanent
patroj and protection crews, this re
cord is'conBldercd remarkable.
NAJi-JT Ul-r QfMB'
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XDOON fiU$IN6, ONLY
vta4 &.. t-aw s, .
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a w iu iibj M-BBT
DF U, S. EXPORTS
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. Vr-Ono
million threo hundred and sixty
thousnnd four hundred and forty
(1,300,440) frolght cars, each car
forty foot In longth and containing
twonty-flvo tons each, which placed
ond to ond would form a continuous
string of cars ten thousand threo
hundred nnd six (10,300) miles long,
or almost half around tho world,
wpuld bo necessary to transport tho
JIMll.OOO toAs roprcsontlng tho
comblnod quantity of principal com
modities exported from tho United
States to nil foreign countries for
tho first six months of 1021, accord
ing to announcement made today by
Mr. It. L. McKollar, Fojolgn Freight
Traffic Manager ot tho Southern
Railway Systom and Mobile & Ohio
Railroad, with headquarters bore.
Thd announcement nlso stated that
tho comblnod quantity of principal
oxports tor tho first six months of
1921 exceeded tho quantity of ox
ports for tho samo months of 1920,
by 4,520 carloads ot twonty-flvo tons
each or 113,000 tons.
(Tho oxportatlons of whoat for ox
amplo, for tbo first nix months nam
ed, Mr. McKollar stated, woro equiv
alent to 147,8d0 carloads of twonty
flvo tons each, or an lncroaso of
m,oro than 155 per cent, over tho
samo months last year.
Tho oxportatlons ot corn, tho nn
nouncomont said, aggregated C4,C79
carloads of twonty-flvo tons each, or
nn lncroaso ot 571 por cent, far tho
first six months of this year as com
pared with tbo samo months ot 1920.
FREE. $3 AUTO STROP RAZOR
HOW? WHEN? WHERE?
WATCH THE PAPERS 9-11
BAD ME SALTS
Says Bacnacho Is Sign You Hnvo
Been Eating too Much
Whon you awake up with bachaebe
and dull misory in tho kldnoy roglou
it gonerally means you bavo boon
eating too much meat, says a well
known authorty. Moat forms uric
acid which Qiorworks tbe kldnoys
in their effort to filter It from the
blood and thoy become sort ot par
alyzed and loggy. When your kidneys
get sluggish and clog you must
relieve them, llko yon relievo your
bowels; removing all tho body's
urinous waste, elso you bavu back
ache, dizry spells; your stomach
sours, tonguo Is coated) and when
tbo weather is bad you have rheuma
tic twinges. The urlno Is cloudy,
full of sediment, channels often got
sore, water scalds and you are
obllgod to seok 'rollnf two or three
times during the night. ,
,Tho first, frost this month will
conio on tlio morning of Octobor
1 t '
A ClnSslflcn: Ad will soil It.
-servod pfpind hot
r7fy pure cre&m
lake Home ePmen
Dottfhnuh SO? ,
DR. G. A, MASSEY
Fourth and Pine BU.
In Wnrron Hunt Hospital
Off. Phono 407 Res. Phono 86M
J Art frames nnd framing.
HENLINE PHOTO SHOP
( Phono 3D 837 Main
KX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION
Klamatn Pot No. 8,
American Legion meets
ra$H at tho City Hall on tho
'$$&' first and third 'Tuesdays
ot each month.,
Ex-scrvlco men nro lfclted to at
tend tbo mootings.
. For momborshlp caiuJ or Informa
tion ex-sorrlco men arw requested to
soe or wrlto tbe following efficers:
J. II. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy ,N. Fouch, Post Adjutant.-
For relief of omployment see or
wrlto tho Chairman ot Tho Relief, and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, euro Lakosldo Lumber com
pany. Klamath Lodge No. IS?
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night or each wook at
I. O. O. F. ball, 5th and Main street
Cbas. Newman ..............N. O.
W. C. Wolls V. O.
Q. B. Manguo ..- .......... Secy,
W. D. Cofer . Treas.
II. V. Browq C. P.
J. V. Browbakor 8. W.
L. J. McCluro .- Scribe
Nato Ottorboln ., - Treasurer
Dr. Horbert B. Mallett
Dr. Goo. E. Mallett
Offlco ovor Underwood's
7th & Main Phone 539-J
FU.Z' SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I bavo 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 for particulars, 7,01 11th
si., jviamain vans; urp, rnone aom.
Toko out Cellars or Fill In Lota
517 Mortimer St. Phone 541-W
I 1 , m I
The White Lunch
Home Cooking nnd Home
Pnstry a Specialty
SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER
1123 MAIN STREET
MADE IN KLAMATH
MURPHY'S I'EED STORE
MfR. by HARRY TELFORD
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building
Residence 125 Pine St.
J. C. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENOINEER AND
Phone 192J 133 S. Riverside
Wliolcsnlo and Retail
..Posturlzcd Milk and Cream.,
Offlco Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Snrgeoa
Klamath Fajls Oregon
PELICAN BAY BUS
Faro SSe each, way
Lvm Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:45 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
13:46 p. m. 1:00 p. m.
5:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m.
Reckard Kent Service
L. D. Gats, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
T. O .O. F. Bldg. Phone 99-W
1 Rooms 202, 203, 204
Res. White Pelleaa Hotel. Phone 0
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE B43-W
Coes Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
AAA tratlT gJWWHWlJe
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Officii and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
Dr. E. G. Wisecanrar
Dr. P. M. Noel
SeveaU and Kate Streets
, Let ns make you a price on dig
ging that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. 'We also
do team work ot every deicrlptioa.,
Premiun Dairy 3
Oldest Retail Dairy In Town
Phone 22-F-2 i
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Dealgncra nnd bulldem of mod
ern saw mills, planing mills mat
box plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Offlco Corner Spring and Oak
Near S. P. Depot
DR. JL L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, I
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Rooau 1 aad a
LoomU Bldg., VJaaaaMi Katti
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your DwU
la Our SwU"
Corner Main and Coacsr
KlamaUi Falls Cyclery
We are here to serve yon, and
aim to serve yon right. Motorcycles
and Bicycles, Farts and Aceuoriea.
Tires and Tubes, that will stand
your Inspection, as we carry the
best in our line. Repair shop la
connection with Harley-Davldsoa
110 Mala St. Klamath Falk
O. B. BISMARK
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PKKS61NU ANXJ
REPAIRINO WILL MAKB XOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good Called for aad Delivered
481 Main Street Klamath Pall
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located in K, D. Block,
1313 Main. Phone 2B3-M.
DR. O. A.
L O. O. F.
Dr. Lois O. Bridge
Oyer First Stato and Savings Bank
Suite 105 Fbona 102-J
Let Your GLASS trouble!
C E. STUCKEY
Rc-Glacing and CabiaU
Eleventh and Pine
If Ifs Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. 124 '& "-t