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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS; OREGON
MONDAY, OCTOBER 34, 1021.
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I The Office Cat
Washington Imk tliii Dolawam.
C'oino n !
lug tlio Imr.
Outbursts of Everett True Bv Condon
LxwAwiwwwiaMi - .,.,. -,-,-,.,- -rt-i-n-twvmmqriAiLiu
Tho raslur reformer mnko tlio
task of liolng good tlio less many
of ub soom to caru about trying It.
I-'JIWT All VIMjAUK
IIo woarn a klmkl union suit,
Anil makcH u lottn Jack,
Uy tlnkorlng with motor earn,
When tlioy got outta whack.
Notwithstanding our vigorous cru
sado for thu abolishment of tlio 2.7G
mustacho Via keep right on noticing
Z-JTji Yes ITSiVSTHAT in t"oW
tiorvi 'iv i bw i ii .wvjs5,r i nvrN
-LS fuAT WE ??TAND G.OO faR THAT
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A-t X CAM Do.
r ,Corie fiACK hcsfics, nr
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CHAPS BV)T Pot-lTehjoSS IS tvASTOt ON A
(OT o THGri ;j in uwrntniNi to trrvj .inii
VsTM UP IN
Ji i . $Jyj" BESSW
'Verity tin reformers Iuih a hard
Llttlo Llzzlo l'ord, horn 1K9C
family now nuinhorH 2,7)0.r72 up to
Jnnuary ), 1020. Total all makes
of cars Jn V. H, 0,032,20(1.
I'd llku to throttlo
Tho far from fow
Who show their learning
Uy Haying, "Iloucoup."
Mm. Junius oplno.t that If any
woman had nil tho clothes shu want
ed, tho rest of tho women would huvo
to go arouil In harrols.
Kvorythlng Is ruhitlvo as, Dr. Kin
Btoln says. Your nmhltlon, perhaps,
Is for a chateau In tho Alps, or a
foreign motor car, or n Biinhurst of
platinum nnd diamonds, or n ciow
dog. Ours Is for a plcco of elder
berry plo with ko cream on top.
Ixuils Porter says a "Domestic
Slacker" Is n woman who wheels a
tea-wagon around tho holiso whllo
friend husbnnd is piiHhlug tho haby
buggy around tho block.
COUNT Yom UlilMKINC
Montpollor, O., comes to tho front
with a chlckon dlnnur for 3d cents.
Mouridsvlllo, V. Vu reports it has
a harbor who hai reduced shaves
to a dime.
A Newcastle Ind,, restuurant an
nounces it will sorvo bread freo with
All's woll in Normalcyland.
!A Judgo in Springfield, Ohio, hns
had "anklo" curtains hung uround
tho Jury box. And thoy say ovory
human being bus n heart!
Tho clock on tho sldo of her stock
ing Is an, arrow. Doon it mean that
tho oyos tdiould follow tho nrrow?
Horisb tho thought.
Thoro will always bo thoso who
think thoy know your duly hotter
than you know It.
Jim DrlBColl says mother can al
ways find out what father did when
ho stayed out untll'S a. m. She lots
him tell nil the things ho did dnd
then sho knows all tho things bo was
afraid to mention.
ThomoB Hargant and son Russell
and Qoo. Furbor loft Sunday for
tho mountains to hunt (door. Thoy
nro in tho vicinity of Cherry creok.
Mrs. Goo. Furbor entertained a
number of llttlo folks at a dlnnor
party given In hobor of hor son's
f itith birthday. Tho decorations
woro In pink and whlto. Tho llttlo
guoMu had a ploasant time.
K. iC. ' Dfvls. jind family from
Klumath Kails wcro callors at tho
acq. Kurbcr homo Sunday.
,C. K. il'attorgonj was a Klamath
Falls visitor Wednesday. i '
Mrs J '.W. Jory Is furnishing her
homo ,ln Klamath Falls. Mr. and
Mrs. Jory nro plapnjng to spend
part of tho winter thoro.
Mrs. d.'lt. Patlorsoti and Mrs. B.
H. WaHuce''woro 'Klamath Falls vis
itors Thursday, i '
0, W. 'Pattur, from Lower Lakoa,
Is visiting friends in Midland.
U Jacobs, was ,ln this "vicinity
looking nt' his tulo land1 Wadnos-
i:. 1). Wnllaco was a business vis
itor in Klamath Falls Thursday.
MIsh Ida Hoopor was n Klamath
Falls visitor Friday. '
Mrs. Frod Fowlor was a Klam
ath Falls visitor Thursday.
William Wnndon from Upper
Lnko was a Midland visitor Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turtjer
woro callors at tho John Doping
homo this week.
Mrs. Frpd Fowloi1 was a Klamath
Falls visitor Friday,
I BLESSING TO
HER, SHE SATS
ANOTHER. PORTLAND RC8IDENT
IS WONOT:itFULLY RESTOnKD
AFTEH ATTACK OF THH FLU.
"I wish It was in my powor to put
a bottto of Tanlac In tho hands of
ovory suffering man, woman and
child, for I know It will mako thorn
woll and strong Just llko it did me,"
said Mrs. F. R. Dussard, 1144 Ivon
St., Portland, Oro.
"The 'Flu' loft mo In a vory poor
stato of health, my stomach was all
upset and my nerves almost shatto.
ed. My condition wob Just awfii.
and soomed to bo gottlng worso all
"This wonderful Tanlac was an
untotd blessing to mo. I'm In better
health and stronger now than ovon
boforo I had tho 'Flu.' Indood, I
novor folt any bottor in my lifo. It
Is simply' wonderful that a medicine
could mako such a big change in
such a short tlmo. Tanlac Is Just
Tanlac .and Tanlac Vegetable Pills
are sold by Druggists evorywnero. adv
PUco your order with A. B.
Halo, 1014 Main St, Klamath
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Legion Ticket to
Kansas City on
Sale Oct. 24 to 27
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SAJI FRANCISCO, Oct. 22.
Tickets under tho, rate of one cont
a mllo to dologatos to tho Americ
an Logloa convention .at Kansas
City, grantod by the Southern Pac
ific company, will bo on" sale from
October 24 to 27 according to Chaa.
S. Free, Passcntjcr Traffic Manager.
November 10 will bo the return
limit unless delogatea wish to re
turn by way of Omaha to attend
the American Aero Congress In that'
city, November 3 to 6, In which
case tholr tlcketa will bo extended
to November 16. Stopovers will
be granted going or returning. Tho,
ratoa aro granted from all points on
tho B, P, Llnoa. Tho rate for Cali
fornia common points will be
"rult Trees, Sbado Trees,
ergreens, Derrios, Roses
and Shrubbery. Orders taken
now for Spring dollvory. From
the famous Washington Nurs
ery Co., Yakima Valley, Top
penisb, Wash. Phono 178-J.
nnd I will call to sea you any
time. Demand for nursery
stock Is heavy; place your
orders at once that they may
be properly and promptly fil
led. 25, years personal experi
ence in the nursery business.
Tho cotton boll weevil destroys
400,000 bales of cotton annually In
tho United States.
Prior to 1010 tho pink bolt worm
so dostructlvo to tho cotton flolds,
was unknown In Egypt.
If you have a watch to repair don't send it
to a blacksmith, but
LET GEORGE DO IT
GEO. L. METZ
Watchmaker and Jeweler
622 Main' St.
BREAKING THE GRIP OF
rAei!jmatisiw1 ON THE BODY
MONDAY HEALTH TALK MO. 8
Tho principle, characteristic of
rhoumollsm Ig pahV Thero la dull
nnd continuous afching, with aovor
lty and sharpness! nt times. If tho
pain would stop',' for Intervals It
might bo moro Boarttblo, but tho
fact that It Is continuous Is what
makes rhoumatlsn tho most droad
cd of diseases, f '
Tho causo Is weakened function
ing of tho kldnoyf, duo to displace
ment of spinal jplnts at what is
known ns "kldnoyiplaco". This dis
placement causes proflsuro on tho
spinal nerves. Chlroprnctld spinal
adjustments restoro tho if spinal
Joints to alignment and with tho
prcssuro romoveoi ino Kiawys oci
normally and tho '.dlseaso wdually
Undo Ben Bar:
"Tho feller la
stato of. health.
n ov v j, , gone rauy
lives In t h
town ot Don'
worry on we
banks of tho Ri
PRESSURE ON SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES Of
The lower nerve
INO OLASS IS PINCHED
PINCHED NERVES CANNO,
MOVES THE PRESSURE.
THE UPPER NERVE 13 f
'BUFFERED TWO VEARS, .
THEN FOUND 'HELP '
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"For two years prior to con-1-
suiting a chiropractor I'suffer
ed with rhenmatism. IHtuguat
1919 tho pain was a'o intense
that I was nnablo to.,movo. Af
ter tho first chiropractic spinal
ndJUBtmont tho pain, eased. I
contlnuod until Decombor whan
I was discharged. I have been
shooing horses over since." John
Strauss, Chiropractic 'Research!
Dureau Statement No. 1283-R.
WHEN HEALTH BEOtffS
doponds on wnenyou telephone
539-J for an appointment. Con
sultation Ui without' charge.
DRS. MAttfeTT & IvIALLETT
Office Over Underwoods Drug Store1
Phone 539-J for Appointment.
Get Your Skid Chains Now ; '
Don't Wait Until You Have an Accident!
GUARANTEED, SPRINGS . .
for Trucks and Cars ot all makei
D.A.KENYON O. K. SHOP
439 Sixth Street Phone 462
V ET tlio departed oaea be hoaor
fed even in the grave. Let Uw
sculptured marblo direct our foot
steps to tlio soono of their long
sleep; Let the' chiseled epitaph re
peat their name and tell where re
poso tho nobly good and wise.' '
Klamath Falls Marble
and Granite Works
1040 Main St.
UPKEEP. AND OVERHEAD
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