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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNK8DAY, OOTOBEtt Sfl, !,.
The Office Cat
NOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION
DBPARTMBNT OP TUB INTKIWOn,
Not coal land
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
DID 11IH PAHT
."When Johnny returned home after
pending his first day at the now
cbool,,ho was asked what be had
"Nothln, ", he replied.
"Nothing? Well, what did you do
'"Nothln' ". The toacher wanted
to know- how to rfpoll 'cat' nnd I told
When a woman rocs a man wilt
tils collar discussing her clothes she
Just laughs up wboro her sleeve used
Soma men aro born poor other
dabblo In tho itbek market, opines
- J CAN STWD YOU?,
URUTAUTf JUST So
LONG. NiO THAT'S
A-- cKl-, N.
Somo pooplo worry about how tlioy
are going to moot their bills and
orae worry about how they aro go
ing 'to doge thorn.
"Fatty" Arbucklo Is quoted as Bay
ing ho In through with boozo. Per
haps ho la right. Ordinarily tboy do
not sorvo It In Jail.
r7Xe NcrXT TIMNL I'd gjprz
The turtlo doves woro fcodlng
with tho hens out In Olene township
the other day. "Hep," said tho far
mer, "I call this my coo clucks
Times change Onco they went
liomo to mother; now thoy go to
"Jf you woro compelled to travel,"
nays a fomlnlno wrltor, "what book
would you prefer as a constant com
panion?" A check book, please.
An employer wants his stenogra
pher to tako personal Interest In his
affairs, and sometimes ho wants to
tako u personal Interest In hers.
FEE LOOKS FOB
MEL TO Bt
She "I hoar that Jack Chasslo
has turned out to bo qulto a success'
ful aiitompbllo racer."
He "I should say so. Threo frac
tured ribs, a broken noso, a dislocat
ed ehouldor, n sprained wrist and a
gash on tho forehead Is his record
so far this season."
Postmastor Oonornl Will II. Hays
Is trying to flguro out somo mothod
of getting Into circulation a billion
dollam which ho says tho pooplo of
the country havo In their stockings.
We'vo got a good alibi, all right, for
ourmtocklngs won't hold monoy.
' "I wondor who Btarted this fad of
going to tho mountains, anyway?"
Mohammed, I bollevo."
AFTKIt THH POKKIt "AMB
Broko, broko, broko
In tho cold gray dawn, O gee!
And I Know what her tonguo will
When wlfo lays hor oyes on mo.
Hotel rates must bo high enough
to cover tho cost of tho towels and
soap tho guests carry away.
Oystor.8 cannot llvo In wntcr that
contains loss than 3 por cont salt, but
lobstcw can llvo anywhere without
epoclal nrrnnBomont8 ovon without
Things, wo Iovo to talk about.
Monoy, oursoWos, moro money nnd
moro about ourselves. ,
SAN FIIANCISCO, .Oct. 24.
That business conditions In tho
Pacific coast states aro better than
In 1 tho tnlddlo west and tho oast
Is tho opinion of Chas. S. Fee, pas-
sengor traffic manager, Southern
ti.ui. . .
xuviiic company, wno nas mat re
turned from an extonded trip which
took him to all 'parts- of the United
States. Mr. Fco bolloves that travel
to tho Pacific ccast'thls next win
tor wilt bo heavier than last.
"I havo Just roturnod from a
12,000 mllo Journey covorlng a ten
wcoks' porlod," says Mr. Fco, "dur
ing which tlmo I visited all of tho
Southern Pacific gonornl agencies
In tho United States. This Journey
ombracod n visit of from ono to
four or five days In some twenty
flvo of tho leading cities of tho
' "I roturncd 'from this trip with
tho Impression that general busi
ness conditions on tho Pacific coast
In all torrltory between San Diego
and Vancouver wero quite, If not
moro favorable than In tho mlddlo
and eastern states. The condition
In tho states east and' southeast of
tho Missouri river seemed to vary
considerably as botwoon different
locallttoa In tho samo states but all
signs scomod to point to tho fact
that business has definitely turned
tho corner although there was ovId
onco of skidding In somo sections
"Our agents generally roport that
tho Pacific coast will havo travel
this coming winter considerably In
excess of tho season a year ago, al
though It is a fact that outbound
steamers for Europe from Atlantic
coast ports are carrying many sight
soers and tourists who visited Cal
irornia during the winter 1919-20,
which morcly emphasizes the fact
that the Pacific coast should bo up
and doing lfv they want to hold
nnd Incrcaso tho volumo of eastern
traffic which thoy havo horetoforo
enjoyed." "M IIM1K
. 1 3
Tho North Pacific seal hord once
contained ,2,600,000 animals. Pola
glo soallng almost wiped them out.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lakovlow,
orogon, Bopt. 2G, 1921.
NOTIOD Is hcroby given that Wil
liam Worden, of Midland, Oregon,
ho, dn Nov. 29th, 1910, made
Homestead Kntry, No. 08398, for
Lot 3, Section 28, Township 40 S,
nango 9 E Will. Meridian, has filed
nottco of Intontlon to mako final
three-year Proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo described, before
O. It. DoLap, Clerk of tho County
Court, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on
tho 3rd day of November 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
W. a. Shdrll, T. J. Lyons, C. W.
Potter, J. w. Jory, nil of Midland,
.Notice twill be published for flvo
consecatlvo weeks in tho Klamath
Herald. W.irj r
, 37 T. BTJHOE88, Register.
Port mama Meadow Co.
Location otjPrtaetpal place of bos
Inesa, Baa Francisco, California. Lo
cation of Worts, Klamath County,
NOTICE There are delinquent
poa the following described stock,
on account of Assessment No. 1, lev
led on the 3nd day of September.
1121, the several amount set oppo
site the names of the respective
. rfo. No.
names Cert Shares
B. R. Roames 8 101
W. W. Jones IS 114
Frieda V. Doak 14 . 1
D. P. Doak IB SOS
F. U. Doak 18 17S
And In accordance with
an order of tho Doard of Directors
made on the 2nd day of September,
1921. bo many shares of each parcel
of such stock as may bs necessary will
be sold at public auction at the office
of the Company 611 Market Street,
San Francisco, California, on Hon
day, tho 7th day of November, 1921,
at tho hour of 3 o'clock P. M. of said
day, to pay said delinquent assess
ment thereon, together with costs of
advertising and expenses or the sale.
W. W. JONES. Secretary.
Office 831 Market Street, San
O. 21-N 2. Every day.
DR. GERALD F. WARREN
PermeaaaUy located t
SPECIALIST DT Crowns
ad Bridge Work
Prices Reasostable. Work
Advertising pays. Try It and see.
Klamath Lodge No. 117
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F, hall, 6th and Main streets
Chas. Newman ............N. O.
W. C. Wells V. O.
O. B. Mangue ...Secy.
W. D. Cofer . ......... Treas.
H. V. Brown .... .. ........C. P.
J. V. Brewbakei ........ ....... .8. W.
L. J. McClure Scribe
Nate Ottorbeln Treasurer
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4th &. Main Phone 5000
Make Your Contribution Now!
jj Cooking Electricaly
the ideal method
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.
Get Your Skid Chains Now
Don't Wait Until You Have an Accident
. GUARANTEED SPRINGS
for Trucks and Curs of all makes.
D.A.KENYON O. K. SHOP
439 Sixth Street Phone 462
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Phone 196- J
DB. W. A. LEONARD
Specialist lr. Extraction. Oral
Surgery and diseases of the
Room 10 over Golden Rule
BX-8KRVICB .MEN, ATTENTION'
Klamatn Po.c No. 8,
American Legion meets
at the City Hall on the
first and third Tuesdays
of each month.
Ex-service mon are lilted to at
tend the meetings.
For membership cnr.. or Informa
tion ex-servlco men at., requested to
sco or write the following efficers:
J. 11. Carnahan, Couaiandor.
Roy N. Fouch, Poot Adjutant
For relief of employment see or
wrije the Chairman of The Relief and
Olds, care LakesIdo Lumber
Electrically equipped kitchen hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
are, cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
stoves. The expense is surprising
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
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'Let us be your servant?'
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
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