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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Ai:uui)AY, octorer aa, i02t.
The Office Cat
How tlio waiter hovors
"When you start to cat',
Fixes plntes and cover,
Leans ncnlnst your scat.
Kro tlio coin is slipped him
Ho lias many fears,
Dut when you have tipped htm
Thon ho disappears.
PRINTER WAS PEEVED
Charley Harris, Ft Worth, Toxas,
prlntor got slightly peovod at n lot-
tor from a doctor who wonted olds
on several thousand lottcr-hcnds, dlf
foront sizes, dlfferont grades and dif
ferent colors and wanted tho print
ing form hold standing. So Charley
''Am In tho market for bids on
ono operation for appendicitis. One,
two or flvo-lnch Incision with or
without ether also without or with
a nurso. If appendix Is found to ho
sound, want quotations to Includo
putting samo hack and cancelling or
der. If removed successful bidder
Is expected to hold incision open for
about sixty days, ns I expect to bo
on tho markot for gallstones at that
tlmo and want to savo tho extra cost
of cutting." Kansas City Post.
AFTER THE LOVERS' QUARREIj
Sho "Oh, Jack, darling, how your
heart Is beating. I bollevo you real
ly do love mo a llttlo after all."
Ho (still .grouchy) "Nonsense,
That's a llttlo knock In tho engine
A Pennsylvania professor reminds
ns that tho modern girl Is Inferior
to Venus do Mllo. Ho forgets Miss
do Mllo was nn adult lady when sho
posed for her statuo and that tho
campus girls with whom ho finds
fault aro still on tho glgglo sldo of
20. Qtvo thorn tlmo.
iLlfo's a good deal llko April al
tomato i cloud and sunshine.,
Tho salary of Itoscoo Arbucklo was
said to havo been tho lowest of all
tho movlo "stars" about $G,000 n
week. Yet oven this starvation wago
Is probably greater than ho will bo
ablo to command In any other call
ing. Tho follow with tho woll filled
cellar doesn't bollevo In tho freedom
of tho selzo.
You can't tell tho slzo of a car by
the loudness of Its horn.
JOSH WISE SEZ
Tho big fish ain't found In tho
Judge Al Lcavltt wants to know
what became of tho .old-fashioned
housewlfo who mado good prcsorves
out of wator melon rinds.
An authority says that tho golfing
faco Is woll established. Wo should
imaglno a golfing faco to woar an
expression of deep disgust.
Our Idea of a woll equipped wom
an Is ono whoso tongue Is so sharp
sho can cut any chew that she can't
"How did Cranbury ovor man-
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Se'thThTwTrTV .f; I MADE IT ALL I
n r i ,--' V ,URhL ) L TWrV-r-M'T ' STEP 0VC9 I
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
HOW TH-5 CAMS Vr ---- 9
COMG OUT TOTV 5 p- ''
1 lAJAS OUT XHGfZ.S CAST UCS&K
UHCW TMCV PCy50 THAT MO-MIT
S4MCi. OM, t3oY, THAT (vA SQplG
IS 3URS A
ago to get so dcoply in dobt as ho
"I wish I knew. I can't oven
stand my grocer off for moro than
a weok at a tlmo."
Another example of tho "Call of
tho Wild" Is found In tho Indignant
citizen who visits the newspaper of
flco to kick becauso his name Is
spoiled wrong. Klamath Falls Kick
ers, watch out!
AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will bo mado In this
column unless the copy Is at Tho
Evening Herald otflco by 5 o'clock
SACRED HEART CHURCH, cornor
of Eighth and High, Rov. Hugh J.
Marshall, Rev. J. V. Molloy.
1st Mass at 8:00.
2nd Mass at 10:30.
Evening services at 7:00.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE society of
Klamath Falls hold services In tho
lower room of tho Library building,
cornor of Third and Main streets,
ovcry Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
THE racking, agonizing rheumatic
ache is quickly relieved by an ap
plication of Sloan's Liniment.
For forty years, folks all over the
world have found Sloan's to be the
natural enemy of pains and aches.
II penetrates without rubbing.
You can just tell by. its healthy,
cumulating odor that it is going to do
Keep Sloan's handy for neuralgia,
sssatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore
muscles, strains and sprains.
At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
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j via ilea oicmniu,-
mill On of Dr.Hobion'B
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TA4. HY ORDSft
YOUR HANiOS B6FOR.6
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and ovory Wednesday ovonlng at 8
Tho Sunday school session is from
9:4S to 10:45 every Sunday morning
Tho subject for Sunday Is:
"Doctrlno of Atonoment."
Tho froo reading room and frco
lending library is open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tuesdays, Thursday and Sat
THE SALVATION ARMY. Tho
meetings at the Salvation Army will
bo as follews:
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
Llout. H. E. Vftughan -will spoak
on "Spiritual Hungor." i
Sunday afternoon at 2:30, Sun
Sunday ovenlng at 8:00 o'clock
Place your order with A. II.
Halo, 1014 Main St., Klamath
Fruit Trees, Shado Trees,
Evergreens, Berries, Roses
and Shrubbery. Orders taken
now for Spring dollvory. From
tho famous Washington Nurs
ery Co., Ynklma Valley, Top
penlsb, Wash. Phono 178-J.
and I will call to see you any
time. Demand for nursery
stock is heavy; place your
orders at once that they may
bo properly and promptly fil
led. 25 years personal experi
ence In the nursery business.
Llout. E. H. Shannon will spoak on
"Tho Wiso nulldors."
Tho public Is oxtonded n cordial
Invitation to nttoml tlicso Borvlccs.
FIRST 11APT1ST CHURCH, cornor
Washington and Eighth. A, F. Sim
mons, pasior. Resldonco G12 Cali
fornia nvonuo. I
Tho First Unptjst church iiiooIh for
worship ovory Lord's Day nt tholr
placo of worship, cornor of 8th and
Preaching nt 11 a. m.
11. Y. P. . at 7 p. m.
Proachlng ut 8 p. m.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, cornor Dth
and Pine strcots, C. F. Trimble, pas
tor, 2107 Wnntlnnd Avo. Phono
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
cornor Sixth nnd Pine streets. Rov.
Arthur Rice, minister.
GET VERY FAR
it Took mE
ABOUT TWO WEEKS
TO MAKE IT
THE EMMANUKL HAl'TIKV
CHURCH, cornor of 1th nnd High;
Btroota. Rov. J. J. Dickson, pastor,
I, U T II E R A N EVANUKLlOAti
CHURCH. Rov. II. J. Moyor, pastor,
I Leave Your Films
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KLAMATH FALLS OREGOIJ
wncKt wi n -
I PURITY I
BUY THEIR DRUGS
Try "Turnover" Toast
People who must have their toast; people
who would rather have it; those who don't
mind it; and those who take it when they
can't get anything else; these and all others
are the ones who should try toast made on the
Turnover Toaster. Because the toast it
makes is a real revelation of what good toast
This toaster, as its name implies, turns the
toast for you. It is attractive, efficient, and
economical; and it has been widely imitated
because of these qualities; but the best and
biggest thing about it is that it makes good
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Link River Electric Company
FOBES SUPPLY COMPANY
ronldonco, 440 South Rlvorsldo itrMt.
Installation of tho now pastor Bui
-day nt 10:30 at Mooso Hall. Tt
Rov. W. F. Uoorg of Portland win
3ronch tho normon,
Slborln. In largely mado up of non
rady at 5
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