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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, "lMl.
The Office Cat
Dankor Burko omorgod from tbo
First National, paused on tho sldo
walk's odgo and gazod steadfastly
down tho stroot. Marshall Hooper, on
tbo First Stato and Savings aldo of
tho street, duplicated tho porform
Jinco, Soon Hoopor crossed over and
ronvorsod with Ilurko. An oaves
dropper says this Is a verbatim re re
eort: "Did you boo that girl with tho
bluo voll and stripped stockings cross
tho stroetT" Bald Hoopor.
"Did sho havo on a bluo veil?"
Inquired Uurko, '
No I'luro For It.
Lunatic (ontorlng asylum, with at
tendant! Is that clock right?
Attontant Yes, qulto right.
Lunatic Then what on oarth Is it
"Duslness Is bad."
"Can't you retfuco offlro
penaosT" asked his wlfo.
"Yes, I guoss I'll havo to kiss tho
This Is Iho season when tho coun
try Is strown with tho wrecks of tho
A man smokoB a plpo for solace
n woman takes off hor shoes.
Tho bird who alwayH Is looking
for tho breaks In thlstltfo usually
goes broke. i
Tho government nnnonuccs grimly
that It will fix tho price of b.tcon.
It has already bocn flxod, your honor,
by oxperts fixers. What wo want Is
to havo It unfixed.
11 took a humble raven to put tbo
Poo In pootry.
Only open discussion can glvo tho
world nu Open Door openly arrived
v IiiiikIi It Off.
Aro you worsted In a fight?
Are you choutod of your right?
Iiaugli U off. ,
Don't make tragedies of trifles,
Don't shoot butterflies with rifles
Laugh It off.
Does your work get Into kinks?
Are you near all sorts of brinks?
Laugh It off.
If It's sanity you aro aftor
There's no roclpo llko laughter
Laugh It off.
From tho way theatro managers
advortlso tholr bathing beauties you'd
supposo chorus girls woe tho only
peoplo that kopt clean.
Drinking llkkor never gots n mail
nnywhoro, but somo men would
rathor bo tight than president.
Somo nutomobTlo drlvors evidently
try to blow peoplo off tho streets
with tholr bonis. It can't bo done.
You can drop a hint pud nobody
will pay tho least 'ottentlon to It, but
It Is different If you drop a ten dol
Anyway, Hen Ford mads It pos
sible for two peoplo to flv as cheaply
Fred Bueslng agrees with the
general opinion that most of tho dry
humor thoo days Is w v..
Rememjber that hamers can be
used to pull as well as to knock.
One clover woman has put the fact
on record thatathletlo women rarely
havo sons, or, It they do, only weak
and puny spoclraonts.
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
Vo ni'o' -
thats ve.r kimx
OP XOVJ, KON &ON
YOU HAVB A CAV13H
WILL GATHER IT
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13. On Its
International chnfactdr this year's
congress of tho American Collego of
Surgoons, which opons horo on Octo
ber 24, surpasses anything previous
In the history of tho college. Its two
years' work to bring together the
surgeon,! of North and South Ameri
ca havo resulted In tho nttondanco
for tho first tlmo of a distinguished
body of South Americans, whllo tho
rogonts iif tho Royal Collego 'of Sur
geons of Ireland, havo broken pre
cedent to coino from Dublin to con
fer follow nlilp on eight Americans.
Othor leaders of tho profession
from Kdlnhurgh, Stockholm, Tho
Haguo and Home occupy prominent
plncos on tho four day'A program.
Somo 2000 surgeons from tho Unjtcd
States and Canada have enrolled for
Dostowal of tho honorary fellow
ships by tho Irish Collego will mark
tho culminating feature of the con
gress, falling on Friday night. Tho
Americans to receive tho honor no
Dr. Geo'rgo R. Brewer of New York,
Oeorgo W. Crjle of Cleveland, Dr.
John M: T. Finney of Baltimore, Dr.
Richard II. Harte of Philadelphia,
Dr. W. Koon of Philadelphia, Dr.
Charlos II. Mayo and William J.
Mayo of Rochester, Minn., and Dr.
Robert J. 0chsner of Chicago.
After an invocation by Cardinal
Doughorty, tho fellowships will be
conferred by Sir William I. de Cou
roy Wlieoler, vice-president of tho
Irish collego of surgeons, Sir Robert
Hy. Woods, past presldont, and Sir
William Taylor, past president.
Tho presidential address will then
be made by Dr. John B, Deaver of
this city, nnd Sir Harold J. Stiles of
Edinburgh will bring the congress
to a close with tho annual fellowship1
Other visitors from abroad on tho
program Includo Prof. H. C. Jncob-
acus of Stockholm, Dr. J. Sclioo-
maker of The Hague, Prpf. F. dr
Quervaln of Berne. Tho principal
speakers at tl'io Initial general session
will be' Dr. W. J. Mayor, of Roches
Papers and addresses will bo large
ly technical. Remarkable results ob
tained In reconstruction surgery of
the face and hand during tho war and
since are among subjects to be taken
up. A comprehensive cllnlncal pro
gram has been arranged.
Hospital day baa been added to
this year's congress a a new feature.
This opens the congress on Monday".
Final report on the standardization
program of the American Collogo of
Surgeons, dealing with hospitals pt
100 beds and more, will then be
' If Hh!3
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made. Tho collego'a opprovod list of
hospitals, is to be announced at this
Sewed or Nailed Work
Men's half solos $1.36, $1.50
Womens and boys $1.16, $1.25
Next to Herald Offlco
Open Evenings, 6:15 to 9:30
UNDER NEW MAN
AGEMENT HOTEL ARCADE
Free niiH Mcctn All Trains
All modorn outsldo rooms
II. A. KEMP, Managor
Dr. Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. Geo. E. Mallett
Offlco over Underwood's
7th & Main. Phone 639-J.
C. V. FISHIiR, M.D.
DISEASES OF THE EYE,
EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
GLASSES FITTED AND
Phone V7 HtO Mala Street
Let Us2Replace Your
E. C. STUCKEY
llth and Pine
Dr. LOIS C. BRIDGES
First State & Savings Bank
r 33 " JSSS
Charlie's Tire Shop
tf AS and
6th & Klamath Sts.
We can servo youUnsurancowIio.
CLARA B. CALKINS,
MOLLIE 8. DONELSON.
DR. GERALD F. WARREN
Pennenantly located at
SPECIALIST IN Crowns
and' Bridge Work
Price Reasonable. Work
DR. W. A. LEONARD
Specialist It Extraction. Oral
Surgery and diseases of the
Room 10 over Goldea Rnle
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Fonrth and Plate Ma.
In Warren Hnnt Hospital
Off. Phone 417 Ree. Phone Stat
Art framee and framing.
IIENLINE PHOTO SHOP i
Opposite oourtbonae ,
Phono 80 327 Main
EX-SERVICE KEN, ATTENTION
Klamatn Fot No. 8,
American Legion moots
at tho City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Ex-servlco mon are llted to at
tend tho meotlngs.
For membership car or lnforma
tlon ex-service men an requested to
see or write the following officers
J. H. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Fouch, Poat Adjutant.
For relief of employment see or
write the Chairman ot The Relief and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olda. care Lakeside Lumber com
Klamath Lodga No. 117
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday night or each week at
I. O, O. F. ball, Stb and Main streets.
Chas. Newman ............N. O.
W. C. Wells -V. O.
O. B. Manguo ....-..8ecy.
W. D. Cofer Treas.
H. V. Brown ................... ..C. Pi
J, V. Browbaker B. W.
L. J. McClure .....scrii)e
Nate Otterbeln . Treasurer
Dr. Herbert D. Mallett
Dr. Qoa. E. Mallett
. Offlco over Underwood's
7th & Main Phone 639-J-
FILZ' SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I have constructed thru years of
experience tne only course that
leaches you to play the piano by
NOTE and by EAR In 10 to 20 les
sons. Write Mr particulars, 701 llth
St., Klamath trails, Ore. Phone 3Q7H.
Take ont Cellar or Fill la Lota
517 Mortimer St. Phone B41-W
The White Lunch
Home Cooking and Horn
Pastry a Bpcclalty
Mexican Clilll Con Cant-no 'ilio
Real Thing 25c.
1122 MAIN STREET
MADE IN KLAMATH
MURPnY'S FEED STORE
Mfg. by HARRY TELFORD
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGBO
Rceldence I2S Pine St.
I, O. CLEGHORN
crTL, BNQIKEER and
Phone 19SJ 1SS 8. Riverside
Wholesale and Retail
I'astnrlxed Milk and Cream-
Office Phone 177W Rei 177K'
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Phyalclaa and Sargeen
Klamath FaUa Oregon
PELICAN BAY BUB
Fare 16o each wax
i Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
a. aa. 8:00 a. ca.
p. a. i:oo p. :
p. m. 6:10 p. m.
Heckard Heart Bet-nee
L. D. Gat, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
, GLASSES FURNISHED
I. O .O. F. Bldg. Phone 98-W
1 Rooma 202, 203, 204
Ros. White Pelican Hotel. Phone 0
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co.
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE S48-W
Coe's Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, and
, Dodge Cars
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
tM .MAIN STREET
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
L O. O. P. Temple
- , DENTISTS
Dr. E. G. Witccanrar
' PHOlffl BM
' Dr. P. M. Not!
Let na make yon a price on dig
ging that buement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We also
do team work of every description
Oldest Retail Dairy to Town
Your Watch Keep
. 511 Main St
Klamath Flls .
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Designer and bsildera of asoe
era saw milla, planhtg HUIa and
box plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
L Office Corner Spring and Oak
near b. p. Dene
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 4B7 Night PbeaM, BBS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Hoobm 1 and B
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Yow Dhbb .
la Our Sudw
Corner Main and Coagar
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We are here to aerve yon.
aim to aerve you right. Motorcycle!
ana Bicycles, parts ana Acessorlea.
Tires and Tubes, that will atand
your Inspection, aa we carry tho
beat In our line. Repair shop ha
connection with Harley-Davldaea
ltlO Mala St. KlanuUh Faah)
C. E. BISMARK
Klamath Dye Wtrks
OUR CLEANING, PBBSflINO AM
RHPAnUNG WILL MAKE lOUBJ
Look like new
Good Called for and DeUrered ,
4S1 Mala Street t
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located In K. D. Block.
1313 Main. Phone S6S-M.
DR. O. A. RAMBO
L O. O. 9. Bnlldlng
, PHONE 1
Dr. Lola C. Bridge
Over First State and Savings Bank
Suite 106 Phone 10S-J
6th Street Bakery
126 S 6th Street
If It's Loose
y We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. ,24 & 'ui&
Phone 87 ri
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