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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1921)
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THE EVENING'HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS,' OREGON
FRIDAY, OOTOBER 14; 1091.
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The Office Cat
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
707 MAIN ST. PHONE 341 W.
"Shop in Klamath Falls1
Values to SBO.BO
Vtilura to RS5.00
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Wo Hato With Us Toilny.
In awarding tho' Vblevot-handlcd
crcam-puff opener for tho best Joko
of tho week, wo fool constrained to
soloct tho following as our choice,
with duo credit to the Washington
Star, from whenco, It came:
"Unemployment la a groat pro-
"It Is" ropliod tho' radical agitator.
"Unemployment by Itself Is oasy,
enough to learn. Tho hard part of
'.tfiA nrnnnnltlnn In to mnko it Iiav."
Qrovor "Cleveland Dorgdoll, our
eminent and widely suspected draft
dodger, Is writing a book, 'dotting
under tho cover again, oh, Qrovcrl
We know a lot of men who never
would think ot talking to themselves,
who spend most ot their time talk'
lng about themselves.
Tho Substitute Doctor.
"I'm in a quandary. Doctor Fllv
ver turned over his practlco to mo
In' a hurry. Ho told mo to question
the patients and then contlnuo tho
"Most of tho men patlonts claim to
have been getting hootch proscrip
Goo. Ulrlch says It takes moro than
a clovo to'dlsgtflso tho breath ot
When tho modern daughter Is feel
ing especially gracious she Is willing
to concede that her mother Is a "nlcri
"Money makes tllo maro go," was
the old proverb, but It's tho city
council that keeps tho mayor going.
"Osee a yoaf wo print a fall classic
Herejt Js: '
Our'Palm Beach suit has got tho
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tOar, straw, bat's" got tho ager;
There's frost upon Miranda's frills
And Icy thoughts enrage her,
We'll havo to work that camdu-
And thus appease her mighty rage,
Or else'glvo'up'our summor's wago
And'wlth now duds assuago hor.
A woman may defend her no-account
husband beforo hor frlonds, but
"heVufcly does not miss any' words
in tolling her husband what sho
thinks of having to do it.
You remember tho passlonnto print
er, who advertised In tho papor that
'he wanted girls to fold and tho tai
lor wild wanted girls to press. All
right. We seo whore a feller la ad-r-vertUIng
for girls for stuffing, and
must bo a millionaire
Old Mothor Hubbard wont to tho
cup board to get hor poor daughtor
a dress. Hut whon sho got there tho
cupboard was baro and so was her
daughter, I ghess.
- Oeo. Drummond says If a man
' would do without lunches a few
'wbeks ho could savo enough to make
'substantial payment on a f liver.
;FrIend How's tho mining schomo?
Promoter Wo took 150,000 out last
Friend Out of tho mine?
Promoter No;f out ot tho stock
holders. 4 Representative Kissel would have
congressman" paid on an attendance
basis." Why' not pay 'thorn by tho
' ''wdrd-ed'rauch for ovory word thoy
TImos will bo hotter when perspira
tion is not conflnod to tho golfs
FRENCH DELEGATES NAMED.
.PAjRISOct. 14. Tho cabinet has
completed" appointments for the
, FricHdelegaton to the Washington
"eohferehce." Formor Prerator Vivian
will be second to Promler Briand, and
Senator .Barrout and Ambassador
Jusserand will complete the delega
YOU UILC USt5 TMB TOWec SVIENTCiACLY,
Three Remarkable Coat Values for Saturday
$29.50, $39.5G, $49.50
HONOLULU, T. H., Sopt., 8 -By
Mall) A start has been made horo
on tho chaulmoogra plantation which
Is Intended to Increase tho chaulmoo
gra oil production In order that an
adoqunto supply might bo funrlshed
to tho territory and used In tho treat
ment ot leprosy In accordance with
tho method ovolved by Dr. Arthur ii.
Doan, president of the. University of
Hawaii, which has succeeded in ar
resting tho diseases in numorous
Two thousands chaulmoogra trees1
have been turned over to tho territo-'
rfal board ot agrlculturo and forestry
by the experimental station of the
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' association
and tho territory has raised 2,000
more. Theso will bo planted at Wal
hole, this Island, by Charles S. Judd,
superintendent ot forestry and will
bo tho nuclous ot tho plantation.
Tho progress ot tho application' of
tho Dean method at the Kallhl lop
rosy statlon'horo, showing that in the
14 and a half months ondlng 'March
IB last, ninety-four of the 188 pa
tlonts bad1 been paroled from tho sta
tion on rocommondatlon of the at
tending doctors that tho disease had
boon arrested to such an extent that
It no longer Is considered dangerous
In their cases, is" related In a pbara
phlet -written hero recently by Dr.
Dean and Dr. J.'t. McDonald ot tho
Unlnted States Public Health Ser
vice it - (
Tho pbamplet, published' by tho
Amorlcan medical association, said
that thoro had been a well-doflnod
development not only in method but
also In tho synthetic production of
tho fatty acids ot chaulmoogra oil.
"As has been polntod out there Is
no way ot demonstrating that any
person has been curoa absolutely of
leprosy but th,o 94 patients who havo
been paroled aro believed to be freo
from, tho disease," tho pamphlet said.
"Up to tho prosonti time not ono of
tho patients paroled slnco Octobor 1,
191S, has shown a rocurronco ofltho
dlsoaso. It is probably to bo expect
ed that occasional casds will show
recurronco and havo to return for a
second course of treatment. It Is
bolloved, howevor, that the percentage-
ot such returns Is golngf'to, be
low. It would appear that w'o have
mothods In hand, for holding the dis
ease under control."
LEMONS THItOWN AWAV.
PASADENA, Cal., Oct. 14. Calif
ornia's surplus lemons were dumped
this year into ditches or used to
mulch fields, while millions ot dol
lars of lemon, by- products were im
ported from Italy, Drl Robert Calvert,
chemical research engineer at the
University' of So'uthernrCallforn'a.
told' the Rotary CluVhern. He de
clared this was a flagrant example n't
waste due to1 lack; of ' technical In
formation, - - -
WANT HOSPITAL IKTEIINES
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 12.
A nationwide search has boon' In
stituted by tho Los AngtSlcs county
hospital tor 38 In tonics. Civil ser
vice examinations for the positions
wllSbe held In many cities, ng far
oast as Now York and south as Now
Herald classified ads moan tho best
ix Tiffi cmcurr oouiit of ttie
STATE OF OREGON, FOR KLA
MATH COUNTY. ,
Equity No. 11)31
Summons for Publication.
OUvo Boyd, Plaintiff,
Daniel E. Boyd, Defendant.
-To .Daniel E. Boyd, Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON you' are horoby required to
appearand answer tho j complaint
tiled against you In tho (above en
titled rait, on or before October zi,
1921, that being me last day of tho
time' prescribed, In tho order for 'tho
publication of this summons, and It
you fall, so to appear ofr- answor,
plaintiff will apply to tho abovo men
tioned conrt for decroo dissolving tho
bonds of.matrlmony now dxtstlng bo-
iween mo paiinuu ana , acienaani
herein namod, and for such othor and
further relief as to tho Court may
seem equitable. . '
This summons is served upon you
by publication in tho Evening Herald,
a dally newsiiapon-printed, published
and of general circulation In Klamath
County, Oregon, once a week for six
weeks, by order of tbo Hon. D. V.
Kuykcndall, Judge' ot tho abovo on
titled court, mado and cnterod on Au
gust 9, 1921. Tho"dato of first pub
lication of this summons is Septem
ber 9, 1921.
R. O. UKUESUEUK,
Attornoy for Plaintiff,
Address: Klamath Falls, Orogon.
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Just as the winter days are beginning to make their debut,
these wonderful coat values will1 appeal to any one in need of a
nice comfy wrap. Styles are varjed and correct and there is not
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ing that you can buy. Luxurious furs adorn many and others
are plain or self trimmed.
ANDROSS-GLOVER ST YLE SHOP
We Want Hay
If you want to trade hay for the following cars we
1 Ford Bug; good shape $350.00
1 Ford Touring, good shape 245.00
1 Chevrolet Roaster, good shape 490.00
1 Ford Truck,, good shape 500.00
1 Mitchell 6 Touring, good shape 560.00
1 Chalnier;s 6 Touring, good shape .... 700.00
1 Lozier 6 Touring, good shape 840.00
1 Winton 6. Touring, good shape 850.00
1 Hupm'obile Touring, good shape 910.00
THESE PRICES ARE -GREATLY REDUCED
BECAUSE I NEED THIS HAY RIGHT AWAY.
YOU CAN GET A GOOD USED . CAR FOR
YOUR HAY. SO COME IN AND SEE US AT ONCE.
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