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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1921)
!T iftaENINd hMaYdk&MATH AlliwESoN.
f iThe Office Cat
Alfull moon floated overhead,
JjTwas full as full could .bo;
AJmonRrol imp Bat looking up
'.And whined most pltdotmiy.
lie shook tho midnight slhSnco, ,
frWlth his cnnlno roporto'lro, '
IiUtruu doR fuBhlon such us you
fifavo doubtlooB heard be tot 0.1
"Who'd criticise thin' lltllo dog
rpr hold ho was to blame,
AJvcry llttlo moonBhlno, nnd
(You'd do somewhat tho samo.
m Tholma Hobortson.
'1 1- sr ,
IKow thut tho football squBon Is
upon us, doctors aro beginning tojbuy
frlm lady bnnk clerk hnd complet-
cdjhor first week, nnd a friend asked
nor how sha liked tho work.
E'Oh. It's beautiful" said tho girl.
"Ij'mjatnabranehwhoro nearly all
tlia.pooplo wo Know .iiaYa, accounts,
and It's, so nlco to soo how ltlo mon
ey somo of your frlonda hnvo In tho
"Kills Wultor." 'Headline. Dumb
HOW TIII'.V 1II IT
An old former nnd his "wlfo lived
near th'n village church. Ono warm
Sunday cvonlng while thoy But dot
ing on tho porch, tho crickets Hot uii
n loud chirping.
Jljust lovo to hear that chlrpln'
noJBO.'sald tho old man, drowsily,
nnd beforo tho crickets had stopped,
hojWM fast asleop. '
'Boon after tho church choir feroko
Into a beautiful chant. -:
S'Just listen to that,'! exclaimed
his wlfo; "ain't that boautlfut?" " ,,
jj'Yos," murmored tho old farmer
Bleeplly, "thoy do"lt with their hind
Opportunity knocks, hut tomptn
tloh kicks tho door In.
"A doctor, ntlondlng an old gentle
man, had Instructed tho hutlor In tho
art of taking nnd recording his mas
Ibno morning on nrrlvlng nt tho
houno tho. doctor ran Into tho butler.
jjl hopo," paid he, "that your mas
tor'fl temperature Is no higher."
1 wob Just hoping that mysolf,
sir, ' said tho butler solemnly "Yu
soo, ho died nn hour or two aco."
"Wo never heor much any moro
about lovo. In a cottago. Tho cottugo
norlongor stands for what It did. Tho
flivver has "taken Its placo and Its
Our 1'dca of a smart man Is ono
who can pick up a monkoywronch
and ronko an automobllo go.
Is ' J-
O.IJE8TIONH T1IK OFFICE CAT
19 CAN'T ANSWER
Ploaso toll ino If It Is truo that
many models make only a baro liv
ing? J." D.J.
(Do you think I could bo olocted
If 1 ran for mayorT I am a stroot
' enflconductor, and havo a flno pjat
form. IMKTIIKY JAIli 1IOI18K THIEVES?
M From tho Detroit Nows,
5 horso'.thlof and an automobile
thtet broke Jail togothor In Pough-
koopsle. It suggosls tha,t tho motor
aggfls not without team work.
Cities have mora than 60 per cent
t'Whe population, hat the country
as wore man ow per tern "
A, watched pot never bolls, and his
poor relations will tell you a rich
old ! man never dies. 1
sfc . :
nntvuiN HOP CROP ESTIMATED
.TIPIKB AN.D A HAIiF MUiWONB
UAT.W.M. Nor. 12. F. WL Durbln,
local hop grower and representative
riV.Engllsh hop brokers, in a apoecn
hnra th ifarion County Healfy Aa-
aocntlon estimated the 1921 hop crop
In Won at a value of 8,5W,000.
Tliouantty ot the crop wai"estlmat
ed a,U',840l((!iO?P9om'nie price
tttPKft Jfll t
. SHOWS GROWTH
Troiii nn old trunk formerly own
ed liy (loorgo 0. Maynardi who ostnli-
llsliod tho first toloiiJiono sjntem In I
Washington, I), 0.f nomo lulerosllng
rollci ot tho early dnyri of tlio told-
pliotiu nt tho national capital linvo
been brought lo light by tbo odltor
of tho Transmitter', published by tho
Chospcnku nnd Potomac Tolephono
pni finny. '' w ''
xsoi 1110 icasi iniernsiiug 110m in nn
invontory of tho tolophonu linos
maintained by Mnynurd In Washing
nftcr Ills ontorprlso wao tinilortnVccii.
Thojo lines 'includo:, "Uriel' yard,
gaif of den? Whonllay'ii 8tat6 Dept. to
Presldt's Ho I'rosldt's Ho. to Treasy
'Doptrrcasy. , Dopt. to Ab' c- Dopt;,
nnd tlm ,Mcd. Muh, to Surg, nonis
Offlco," fo a total of 72,011 feot or
Somo Indication of JuVo romarkablo
davolopmoht of ihb telbphone In less
than naif a century Is affordod In tli'o
fact that this crude syatoni.hao grown
until tho company ot which It Was tho
forerunner now has ,1811,974 miles
of overhead nnd' underground 'wires,
OREGON BREVITIES I
, KUOENE. In the season 4C0
e"n.rif1 nfiil frntl . (ftiMn tlinnrrld NWArfl
erected ''Within ihb Cascddo National
Forest,- said N. F. Macduff, super
visor of this forest. Tills Is a'largor
number than was 'erected In any
other national forent In this stato
oxcopt tho Oregon forest, sajd Mr.
Macduff.'- X a . v J
Tnxpii)crM (ilnd Tax Ration Ruined
UAKER. Ilakor county tax pay
ors aro Jubilant over tho action ot
tho stato tax commission which has
Increased tho ratio of Ilakor coun
ty assessment roll In comparison
to tho assessed valuation from 74
to 76 per' cont, while nt tho' samo
ll mo lowering tho ratio ot every
othor county In Eastern Oregon. ,
Ikwth of Christian Ilrollirr
I1END. Urother Nlchofas Har
rington, a momhor of 'tho Christian
Drothers order, and a brother ot
Fntnur Oabrlet Ha"rrlngton of this
city, died here Wednesday of pul
monary tuborculosla. after an Ill
ness ot three years'! He was 'form
erly a professor at Dublin univer
sity aiyl later at St. Louis college
In Victoria, D. C.
PIUIU nilUtfl WVH UII AfWn y
v JACKSONVILLE, U surely Is
F,xvuxjTjvxAAAJxrxnjvxnjTjTjTj 1' "
WANTED Nursing by tho day, or
will tako matornlty cases In my
homo. Phone 337J. . 21-22.
DON'T FORGET Tho Hard Times
dance at Malln ball Nov. 24. Den
erit Public school piano fund.
WANTED Woman for general
housowork. Phono 189. 21-23.
STRAYED 4 year old bald-facea
cow with calf at s)do. Mark crop
off both ears and underblt In loft.
Brand FV on loft hip. Address box
10, Merrill, Oro. ' 21-23
WANTED Second hand piano, must
,bo in good condition and reason
able. Wxlto particulars to R, K.
Hannon, Malln, Oregon, 19-23
FOR SALE Tho boat lmprovod 160
acre rancn on Bprngue.iuvor, elev
en nitlca from Chlloquln. With or
without Htock. Address L. II. Lau-
rltsen, Chlloquln, Oro. '19-22
Paris policemen for tho first time
In history are now pormlttqd to car
ry revolvers In the daytime'.
TADLB BOARDERS In private fam
ily. Phone 73R. . 18-22.
PERSONS HAVING WOOL For Bale
phone or 'call at Geo. Watt's of flee
as last shipment will go oat aext
HOR8HB VOB ALK OR TRAD
rear 'head hereee, 8 yeara old, wt
1358 te 18711 will sell or will trade
for used ear ia good running eondl-tloa.-STre
J, Beldla; box 113, Men
rill, Ore. - 17-23
FOR REN1 8 room apartment all
furnished, wood, water and light
included. f2Mt. 812 Oak St.
' Ob business or pleasure, stop at
the Hetel Barley. Hunting partus
takem gee4 care ef.. Dining roomi
epea. all 4ay.
OMb DAHLBTA ,'
H. W. Tmraer, MftTrT,-,.'
pfoof of voy rich soil thai grows
nvtilo fihoon on trccj, but .Taclcuon
vlllo no 11 dollvors tho goods. While
cutting vood on tho hill just
south of town this wee!: Qhnrloy
MoCabo found n mananlla trco
with n nmlo shop omhodded In It,
n real curiosity. Tho shoo had ev
idently been thrown In tho 'troo,
when It wnu n small twig perlmprt
many yoaro ngo, when .Inckson.vllla
was tho liveliest mining town on
earth and as it grow It oven took
tho form of a mulo'u leg and hoof,
whoro tho shoo was embedded.
Blifn (IftO Car of IVnrs
MUDOFRD. Tho Roguo Illvor
Vnlloy coramorclal pear crop fpr
tho 1921 season, for tho Mod ford
district, comprising Medford, Voor
tiola. nnd Phoenix," hn all beon
shipped to tho eastern markoti.
Thoso shlpmonts numborod -690
car loads' as against 787 for tho
, Tax, Ratio 'Fixed
anANTS PASS. Josophlno
county tax ratio Is 88 por cent.
Tho 'commission had placod a ten
tative ' ra'tton ot 55 por ' cent.
Pansy Heed Crop Valuable
OREGON CITY. The success of
tho pansy' farm ot Colpnol William
A. Alrd, 'ot Pansydalo, betweon Ore
gon City and Canby,.,hag shown
that tho Wlllametto valley Is Ideal
for tho growing of pasy seed. It If
declared that a largo. por cont ot
for tho' growing' ot'pausy seed. It Is
noW comes from Oregon.
90 per tent of all Automobile
troubles aro causo.l by poor
carburctlon and at least 50
percent of this can be over
come by using RAYFIELD,
bringing your motoring in
conveniences to a minimum
and you can still further re
duce your troubles by having"'
you repair work done by fy
nt Whlto Pelican Garage
" ' " -- -J.
FOR SALE Cedar fonco posts.
Kearns and Condray, Worden, Oro.
ARE YOUR BOOKS POSTED To
dato? Income Tax Report will
havo to be mado tor Doc. 31st. If
you need assistance on your books,
call 299M. N14tt.
FOR RENT Furnished .Apartment,
closo In. 66 Pine Street. 14-20.
FOR SALE flat top desk with chair.
Inquire Herald office. -30
SHEEP FOR SALE Six hundred
fine Merino awes, all young and
In first class condition. It. F. Tut-
tie, Bonanza, Oregon. N16-D16,
THE CRATER CAFE has re-opened
under now management; will be
conducted as a strictly union house,
according to a statement of one of
tho proprietors. 12-lt
1 1920 Ford Sedan $600
1 1918 7 pass, Bulck Six $900
1 1917 7 pass. Hudson $900.
1 1920 4 pass. Chandler $1200?,
1 1921 7 pass Bulck 'V
Inquire for price ,,,(,
BUICK BALES ic 8HRTICHJCO.-
GOT flAHBAGB When jnu vraat
,-.ie fesstevW, eaU MF.MB.
FOR 8AL Old newspapers at' Her
ald otflee. ' '
FOR SALaT Klrtland Faros, la offer
lag for sale eheap one registered
two year eld hlack Pereheroa stal
lloa, sired by Xetah, the heat import
ed htask Percberon In the valley, er
will sell Ketab. These are prteed ae
they will pay for themselves aext
year. We have tome yoaag teams
for sale also. Will sell a few reg
istered milking sherthora sows aad
heifers, two bull calvee sired by Feet
hills Corporal, the '(rand ehamplea
ot the Paeifjc eoast; Write, phoae
ereoaNeto'eee at., J. 'aV'illasea,'
KTOll.M HOIiDH UP WORK
OX MILLS ADDITION HI',Vi:it
(Pending tio cleannt! up of tho
woathor, work on tho Mills addition
Kowero has Ijcon temporarily suspen
ded, i.oronz hrothurrf announced to
day. No laying Of pipe will bo done
until tho surplus water coil bo drain
ed from tho trorichps. About throe
fourths of tho system has been laid.
' 15. W. Wllkersqnr of Xorolja was
hero Monday on busincBs'matters.
t sjf" Meats
f: V JBacon
GRAND CENTRAL PUBLIC
"Producer to Consumer" '
NINTH i&. KLAMATH AVE.
'J .JS ';'i f (3
.m :i mt:
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1 '' ' iiboUn RivHiT cJanal
MCpFORD, Nov. 25, Tho Rosno
iRIvor Vulloy Canal company1 has es
tablished thro'o now c6nr.tructlon
camps of fifty men onrh nonr, tho
town of Lake Crook. T,hQ men will
bo ongaged nil wlntor In, enlarging
tho canals and con&tructlng dn.m.s
at tho north unit south forks of Lh'.lQ
Butto creek. This will increase tho
number ot camps conducted by the
company to cloven and tho numbor
of men employed to 4C0., ,
We Have Them for Less
. ''Si Ham
. ' Wwl Poles' '' gder
5 j iV ur PumpkihPies
r J- Mince Meat . Je1 ,
. ? Pumpkins Cookies
'Sr Squash i' Doughnuts '
Mayonnaise DressingCanned Fruit '
Pays to Trade at the,
such, a bad
ccfme"!back ai 4hsrt
WC WERE all sitting.
IN THE amoving ear.
AND HARRY, who admits.
HE'8 A born comedian.
TURNED TO mo and said.
"I'D BEEN reading about.
SPIRIT ME38AOE8, and guesa,
WHAT HAPPENED to me.
I DREAMED my tratch vru gon.
AND WOKE and looked."
OF. COURSE I bad to bite.
,AND ASK, "Waa it goaaT"-'
AND HE said! "N0-1
BUT IT waa going."
80 THEY kidded me till.'
I THOUGHT I'd got hunk.
. . . , .
80 I said, "Well.
I DREAMED one day. ,
WHILE RIDINQ with Harry.
" ,- t
THAT THE barn waa burning.
BUT WOKE up and gosh
IT WA8 Harry'a cigarette"
AND HARRY said. '''
"NOT .TODAY, old dear.
I'M 8M0KINQ your kind now."
AND PULLED a pack. '' '
OF "SATISFY'8." -I
AND THE only come-back.
I COULD acaro up waa.
. Increases our cost, not yours
"I8NT THAT glasalna wrapper, but It'a good business, for it
adds to your enjoyment Itpra
QREAT FOR keeping. ierm the - delicate flavor of
Ik.. wAM.tAvfiil TfivlrUti And
t LaMMMHTTES FRO
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aMMRITTES FROM dryla.,
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-NOT, HELL OIL LANDS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. Secre
tary Fall today promulgated an opin
ion donylng application for mining
patent of tho Honolulu Consolidated1
Oil company for 2,040 acres of olt
land In Naval Pctroloum Itcaorvo No.
2, In California, thus permanently!
rotalnlng tho Government freo title
to tho lands arid tholr oil nnd gas
Tho lands, however, will be leased
on a royalty basis.
kinds of Produce
Is Open Daily
acknouUdgmtnti lo K. C. B,
f, .v 1 v
TTiXTRAI Tho Chesterfield
Hi moisture proof wrapper.
DoaaesUc -tobaccos, aad keeps
.l..U.. .V nil - -
olgarettaa firm, fresh and goo4-
tasttns; wnatever wo vfaawao
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