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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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H18T0KV OK TIIK BU8V SIX
Bill Jones Is a friend of initio,
A cuy like htm Is linrct to find; '
He seem to ba a ladles' man
Ma always sets one If he can.
Bill has a dog and his name Is Ted,
.He uses the Oakland tor a bed;
Wihen ho hears Bill start the car he
seems to know'
That he wllf always set to go. ,
This car of Dill's Is a noisy bus,
It makes more noise than Oasolene
We can uoar,BIU coming from afar,
Because we can always tell his car.
Ha don't like te hear peoplo that
The girlies with their turned-dowa
But I don't know and cannot tell
How he knows all this so well.
There is sure one thing with 1)111 )ou
Just put,hlm to work on a Jitney bas.
He'll work and sweat from sunup to
Till he gets the old Liz to running
.Shorty can tell you,' for he knows
For Bill 'worked on his jit this fall.
Ton Just ought to see the darn thing
Oh, dear, It is the mostest fun.
THB OVERALL, CURLS.
8ae siy life was a thing of pain;
Wera, down-trodden, I kaew the
St labor amid the city's slush;
Bat now for me Is the wind's ceel
Aad woods and hedgerows darting by
Aa In voluptuous curies I fly
Swinging aloag like a swallow's I
Swooping and swaying, swift and
Ceol. flo'wer-seented, aid clear, the
8waeps from a sky that Is blue and
Heard any new recipes
Wkaddya Suppose They Mean by TuU
. Luka (Miss.) Vldotto
House for rent. Convenlaat te the
cemetery. Geo. L. McMassers. '
Pa Ought to Kaotr
lother-r-"W must get a nurse for
New Pop "A nurse? "What we
need Is a night watchman."
People may have talked ot other
matters many years ago, but now,
whereTer two or three are sathored
together, they tnlk about high prices.
Reflections on Arhncklo
' "The bigger they are the harder
"The wages of gin is t'100,000 In
"Nobody loves a fat man."
Eddie Lawrence says a tew of tho
men nlay be broke, but every girl
has a roll in her stocking these days.
If the delegates to tho armament
conference had to qualify on one of
Mr. Edison's questlonalres there
wouldn't be any conference.
They say they dellvor liquor In
Chleag patrol wagons, Doubtlesc-
also they call It tho boofcegow up,
Good Intentions pave the road
To' Hades, so they say;
But bad Intentions, Just be sure,
Will take you all the way.
DODGE CARS Advertisement.
We general)? try to.
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'The'thost welcome sound In Klam
ath Falls is the factory whistle.
Knock.kneeB are supposed to' knock
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
fmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmm mm
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together, but It Is a rare thing for a
pair ot knees to go to that extreme.
George Mangue says aa a matter ot
fact some grips contain clothes.
A Valaable Driver
The drlrer who stays on the wagon
when the load Is weighed Is worth
his weight In coal.
Contrlb declares that the letters
"R. S. V. P." now mean "Receipt
Sent Very Potent." .
There vis always a. demand (or
smart mea, b'ut the demand for smart
altcks Is xere.
"Grace Is In luck."
"Two fellows are caillag on her.
Cn la a florist and the' ether owns a
Frexno Irl Most Perfect
FllESON, Gertrude Eggett, 25
year old Fresno girl, has been ac
lalmed the most perfectly formed
woman In the United States, accord
ing to telegraphic advices reaching
here from New York. Miss Eggett
was declared winner over 10,000 en
trants In a national contest sponsor
ed by a New York publication on
physical' culture. She was on ot
seven girls who were brought to New
York for final Judging, the' prelimi
nary Judgments being made from
photographs and measurements.
Mnn Kill Kclf'Over Bean
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Despondent
over financial matters and the par
tial, failure of the Lima bean crop
on his holdings for several seasons,,
Wilbur Stiles, 44, millionaire Ven
tura county bean grower, committed
suldde at Caranrlllo today.
Mill Works Overtime
WEED. To meet the increased
demands for lumber, It baa ' been
necessary for the Weed Lumber
company at Weed to operate its
sawmill one hour overtime dally, or
nine hours Instead ot eight.
Air Stunt Near Tragedy
OAKLAND. Hundreds of Ar
mistice day celebrants looked on
Friday while Price Miller, para,
chute Jumper, extinguished In mid
air a fire, which was endangering
his life. Milter had leaped from an
airplane, and the parachute took
tire from, a cigaret ha had been
smoking. While dropping, be flap
ped the parachute uotll the bltie
was put out. The parachute right
ed Itself within 1000 feet of the
THIS TIM to ?AY VT II
Maiten's Vitmmtm Tablet
itvrt& a&a tus.
we.es.KN aqout Tua
L T. T " i ,
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
DR." GBKAIiD F. WAJMUN
PeraseaaaUy locaied at
SPECIALIST IN Crowaa .
aad Bridge Work
Frioe Reaaoaabla. Work
Charlie's Tire Shop
GAS and ,
6th & KlaBtth Sts.
MADE IN KLAMATH
MURPHY'S FEED STORE
Mfg. by HARRV TELFORD
' Wholesale and Retail
..Paatarited Milk aad Cream-
. JPhone 501-J.
Price Right on t
The Sweet Shop
' 9th A Mala
Dr. Herbert' B. Mallett
Dr. Geo. B. Mallett '
Office over Underwood'
7th A Main. Phone 519-J.
Oldest Retail Dairy In Town I
Ranch Phone 22F2
L Office Phono 490-J
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION'
Klamath Post No. S,
Amorlcan Legion moots
at lbs City Hall on the
first and third Tuosdays
ot each month.
Ex-servlco men are luItod to at
tend tho meottngs.
i For membership cara or Informs
tlon ex-service men am requostod to
see or write tho following otflcors
J. H. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Fouch. Tost Adjutnul.
For relief of. employment soo or
write the Chairman ot Tho Ilollot and
Employment Commlttoo, Francis
Olds, care Lakeside Lumbor com
Pny. Phpne 196J
DR. W. A. LEONARD
Specialist in Extractions. Oral
Surgery and diseases ot the
Room 10 oyer Golden Rule
J. O. CLEGHORN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
Phone 1JJ IIS S. Rirerslde
FILX' SCHOOL OF POPULAR
I have constructed thrn years of
experience the only course that
teacho yon to play tho piano by
NOTE and by EAR In 10 to 20 les
sons. Write tor particulars, 701 11th
St., Klamath Walls. Ore. Phono 367R.
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGHOaT
1. 0. 0. 9. Balldlag
Residence 125 Pine St.
Dr. Herbert B. Mallett
Dr. Goo. E. Mallett
Office over Underwood'
7th A Mala Phone 639-J
C. V. FISHKR, M.D?
DISEASES OF THB BTE,
BAR, NOSE AND THROAT
GLASSES FITTED AND
Thhmm 07 .Me Mala Street
Loes&U Bldg., KtaaaaU Fall
DR. & A. MASSEY
Foarta aa Ptea ftts. '
la Warraa Hast Hospital
Off. Phone 47 Re. Faoaa MM
Sewed or Nailed Work
Men's halt solos 11.35. $1.50
Womens and boya $1.15, $1.25
Children $1.00 -
6th St. Rack of Eader's
Open Evening, 6:15 to 9:30
Let Us Replace Your
E. C. STUCKEY
Uth and Pine
Take eat Cellars or Fill la Lota
BIT Mortimer St. Phoae 541.W
SAW MILL ENGINEBRINa A
Designer aad ballder o mod
era 'aw mills, planing aaUls aad
kex alaata. Dredging. Pile driving.
'Office Corner Spring aad Oak
Near S. P. Depot
The White Lunch'
nomo Cooking and noma
Pastry a Specialty
Mexican Chill Con Citrno
Real Thliyr 5c lv,HtJBj
USB MAM STREET
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
I. O .0. F, Bldg, Phono DO-W
IXopms 202, 203, 204
Re. Whlto Pnllcan Hotel. Phone 8
E. D. LAMB
PHTSIOIAN' AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 and I
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
1'Put Yoar Dud.
la Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANING, PRESSING AND
REPAIRING WILL MAKE XOUB
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good Called for and Delivered
481 Main Street Klamath FalU
DR. J. G. GOBLE
Tho welt-known Optician
now located la K. D. Dlock,
1313 Main. Phone 213-M.
Dr. Lois C. Urldgo
Ovor First Stato and Savings Dank
Sulto 10E Phone 10 2-J
UNDER NEW MAN
AGEMENT HOTEL ARCADE
Free Una Meet All Train
All modorn outside room
H. A. KEMP,' Manager
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phoae, 47 Night Phone, SM
6th Street Bakery
126 S 6th Street
Office Phone 177W Ros 177R
Dr. H. D. .Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Fall Oregon
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
for Trucks' aid Oars ot all makes.
d.a.ke!nyon O.K. shop
439 Sixth Street Phone 462
Cae'n Auto Service
Hudson, Buick, iMtCv
Country Trips a
United Cigar Store
OHO MAIN STREET 4ft
Klamath Lodga Nex 111
I. O. O. F.
Moot Friday night of eoh weak, at
I. O. O. F. hall, fith and Main street.
Chas. Nowmnn .... N.
W J YYOIIS we
O. D. Mnnguo ....... .................Seejr.
V XJ VOIOF liflMi
H. V. Drown C. P.
J. V.,Drowbakor .M. W.
L. J. McCIure ... "'Il
Nnto Ottorboln - TreMtrtr
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We aro hero to terra yoa, aaA
aim to sorveyou right. MotoroyoljS"
and Dlcycles, Part and AcMOrfC'
Tire and Tube, that will awaC
yQur Inspection, as w , carry tfea
beat In our line. Repaff akoa kL
connection with HarIy-Davfft(W
ltlO Mala St. KUasath
O. E. SISMARK
Let a make you a price oa dig
ging that basement, or other
cavatlng you contemplate. Wa ajgg
do team work ot every descrlyUetk
Dr. E. G. Witacarvar
Dr. P. M. Nod
Over Uadata uef
eveatk aad Mats
MECCA TAXI -,
NEW CLOSED CARS
DR. O. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. V. BaUdsaf
Klamath Falls Plumb
ing & Heating Co. i
1178 MAIN ST. PHONE S4aW
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physiaian anal
Officii and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
PELICAN BAT BUS
Fare 16c each way
Leave Rex Cat Leave Pafleaa OMf.
7:a. m. 1:6 a. la.
11:46 p.m. 1:61 a, aa.
5:00 p. m. : , S.
Reckard Reat Bervlea
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