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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Office Cat
Slinrlff I.ov say one-halt of
world (loo.i not know whom
nthpr linlf rcIh Ita ll'iuor.
About llic Hninn
Nerth: 'Do you let jour wife
liavii lur own way?"
West: "Absolutely. And when
It which to rnln 1 let It rain, and
When It wniit to snow I lot It
H'h Hrully Chronic
When tho wind blow soft nnd
And tho day Is nlco and warm,
Wn RPt the old nx!n; fever
In nn Aggravated form.
It Ih perfectly natural to worry
over thn fifty nr lei odd dollar
required to Ret tho rlsht battery
for tho now radio not. liutjimt con
plilor what' wo paid for our hatter-
leu "over there."
A considerable development of
tho growth ot Mexican Jumping
beam), for canning piirpondi. In an
tlclpntt-d thin BoaKon. bocauno of tha
poKKlhllltlcs ot training tho Intel)!
Kent little creature to enter' the
A Mtllo DeflaUon
''hat Is your occupation!
cd tho Judge sternly.
"I haven't any," replied tho
"I Just circulate around, so
"I'lenso note," said tho Judge,
turning to the clerk, "that this
gentleman In retired from circula
tion for 30 days."
Taking A Drive
Ono beautiful spring day,
I to iny.wlte did ay,-i .
"Hay, Dotoy, how'd you llko
To take' a drlvoT"
Sho at once quit work
Among the pots and palls
And graciously held the hammer
While I wont to get the nails.
(Ico. Offlcld Imparts the Infor
nation that tho man who walta for
something to turn up' frequently
finds It Is lit toes that do.
Helen was making her first visit
In tho country, "On her first Jour
ii ey around tho lot she discovered
u peacock, n bird abo bad bad no
"Conio quick," ho called, 'Ono
ot your chickens Is In full bloom "
It Is said steps will be taken to
curb tho holdup men, but the lat
ter havo already taken the steps
and, In soma cases, the front porch
"I want to ask. tor your daugh
ter'x hand," mild tho suitor to her
"Ail right, hoy. (Oo to,t.rjTakQ
tli ii hand that Ih nlwayx In my poc-
W ,. . .
just Sortn Wlak!
Look at your neighbor's
with n half-closed eye.
I( a flapper should flap In your lap
JuHt slip tho poor stopper a slap,
Toll hor whoro to get off,
Ulvo a coy llttlo cough,
And kits the salt tears from her
The feller that constantly makes
Insinuutln' remarks about cvor'body
else that they no regardln' dress,
etc. bolonga to the 'pure, bred type
- en j
All kinds at better prices
Mr,- and Mrs. I-nwrciico Ilorton
ytdto brtsind'SA visitors In the Ttiy sec
tion on Bumjnr.
George BByjl hnd his car at tho
garage on Monday hnvlng the valves
Mr, nnd Mrs. Jenkins of Klamath
Falls had dinner with Mr. nnd Mr.
Frank dhcnchaln on Monday. They
had spent Sunday lit t.hkevtow.
Mrs. Kmmltt Slsemore, Mm. .lames
Edsnll, Mrs. Arthur llamnker and
son and Mra. Rarn Olvnn and son,
Miss Ethel MrGlllcrest and Ilex Untie
nkor spent tho nflernoon on Monday
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campbell
wero In Illy on business Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Itoyd made n
trip to Itannnia after Mrs. lloyil'a sla
ter (who was formerly Ml. Marie'
Hamakor) and returned homo the
Mrs, Kmmltt Slsemore, Mrs. James
Kdxall, Mrs. Arthur Hamakor and
son, Miss Ethel McOlllcrost, Ilex
Hamakor, Mrs. Frank Ohenchatn nnd
son. llnrry, daughter Marie, with
Mlw Addle Jenkins spent tho after
noon visiting at the homo ot Mrs.
James Olvnn nnd sons.
Cleorgo Trott wns visiting In Illy
Hugh Clopton was a business visi
tor In Ifly on Wednesday.
W. T. Harrett mado a business trip
to Klamath Falls on Monday return
ing on Wednesday.
Mrs. Kmmltt Slsemore nnd Miss
Ethel McGlllcrest returned to Fort
Klamath on Wednesday.
L. A. IHchardson was a business
visitor In niy on Wednesday.
,, Charles Collier was n business vis
itor In Bly on Wednesday.
Mrs. Arthur Hamakor nnd son had
supper with Mrs. W. T. Garrett on
Monday and spent the evening thorn.
Mrs. JCmmltt Slsemore, Mrs. James
Edsnll and Miss Ethel McGlllcrest
spent the evening with Mrs. W. T.
Garrett on Monday.
Mrs. Emmltt Slsemore and Miss
Ethel McGlllcrest spent Tuesday
evening with Mrs. James Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker moved
to the Earl Charley ranch and arc
putting up hay there.
Miss Jessie Bell Is helping her
grandmother. Mra. J. A. Parker, cook
for their hay hands.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cross and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Campbell on Wednesday.
Mlsa Wanlta and Dernlco Howard
went Into Lakevlew on Wednesday,
to spend a few days visiting their
sister, Mrs; (Harold Thurston and
other relattvea and friends.
Harry and Will Oaum ot the Wey-
erbauaer company came to Bly on
Mr. and Mra. James Dixon visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Warren on Wednesday.
Edwin Warren was a business visi
tor In Bly on Thursday.
Franklo and Harry, Obenchaln
wero business visitors In Bly on
Tho rain storm on Wednesday de
layed Thursday's haying as tho hay
was pretty well soaked up, but the
hay that was still standing was help
ed considerably. Also pastures, range,
grain and gardens as well had been
badly In need of rain for a long time.
Arthur Hamakor and W. T. Gar
rett have been working back rnd
forth helping each other hay as It
aeems Impossible to get hay hands.
O. II. Howard butchered a beet on
Wednesday evening and delivered
beef as far as Campbell's place on
W. T. Garrett received news of tho
death of bis brother, Crlss Garrett
tho first of tho week. His
brother spent aomu timo with him
hero soveral years ago and all wh
met him will grieve, to learn ot his
sudden death and all aro in sympathy
with Mr. and Mrs, Garrett in their
great loss. This is tho third death in
their family within the past turns
Frank and Jody Owens, Mrs. Basil
Hall and Miss Barbara Owens wero In
Bly on Thursday from BouJad Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Obenchaln,
their sons, Matt, Frankle, and Harry
and daughter Miss Marie and Miss
Mildred Thrasher and Miss Addle
Jenkins went pn a pcnlc orOVedneg;
XJ JSK JisW
A. L. RykofT, shown htre, together
fclth J. V. Stalin and Leo KamanefT,
are said to bo administering the at
fairs ot Soviet rtussla during the tit
nets ot Nikolai Lcnln, nuutan pre.
day on "Flvo Mile" crook. They spent
n delightful day. At the unon hour
they had n real lunch with fish fresh
ly caught nnd fried over the rump
Mr. and Sirs. James Olvnn wero
business visitors In Illy on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Garrett were
business visitors In Illy on Ihursdny.
Mrs. Marvin Cross visited Mrs.
James and Mrs. Earn Glvan on
Mrs. George Boyd nnd children
spent Friday nt the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J.J S. Watts.
Mrs. Eddie Casebeer Jr.. and child
ren spent Wednesday nntl Thursday
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mori
Knntts at I'aradlso where Casebeer
Is helping hay.
Harley Keady made a trip to cfl'nH
Boyd's ranch after lumber for E. W.
Whetstone on Friday.
Mrs. Frank Obenchaln, Miss Marie.
Matt. Franklo and Harry Obenchaln,
Miss Mildred Thrasher and Miss Ad
dle J tlnlknesvlsaroqths-.
dlo Jenkins visited In Bly on Friday
afternoon. Tho ladles visited with
Mrs. Jas. Kdsall and Mrs. A. I).
Hamakor while the boys went swim
ming. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Conner were
business visitors In Bly on Friday
from their Jiomo on the old Bloom-Ingcamp-Mltchcl!
Mrs. James Glvan visited In Bly
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Drew from
Yonna valley visited Mr. nnd Mrs.
Walter Campbell on Sunday.
Mrs. Marvin Cross spent Friday
with- Mrs. Chas. Warren and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jody Owens spent
Sunday visiting In Bly.
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hall and con
visited in Bly on Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. George Boyd anil
family spent Sunday with Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. T. Garrett.
Mrs. Clark of Klamath Falls visit
ed at the homo of James Glvan nnd
sons .on Sunday.
Amos I.unily and daughter Mrs.
Pearl I'aumcr, spent Sunday visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Itlchardson.
They all drove to Illy In tho after
noon. Will Laurcy had tho misfortune
Sunday afternoon whllo driving a
bunch of horses to have his lior.io
fall with him and dislocated his rli;ht
arm. Dr. Luthead was called from
Lakevlow and put the arm back In
There was a largo crowd at thy
dance Saturday night nt Illy an1 all
had a pleasant timo.
Mr. .and, Mrs. Frank Obenclinln
went Into Klamath Falls on Sunday
taking their daughter Miss Mario nnd J
Miss Mildred Thrasiier bacic wiui
Mrs. James Watts visited in Bly
on Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon and Mr.
and Mra, Beth Dixon mado a trip to
Lakovlow tho lattorvpart'of tho week.
Mrs. Jas. Dixon and children visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. George Hahner
while the rest of tho purty went on
to Warner valley. They returned on
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MO 1MB SIISANCpCR MICUT DB M.r.,
Sacred Heart Academy
Hoarding unit Div Hcliui'l for
ant wIioIoniiimi' food mill, ltoi;ulai'
lilim with liiiiui'lllie ciiHilllluiiH
IIidh mid (llrlx Alnniil
1 1on l h I'eiriiiiiul Mllier-
School Will Open Sept.
liifiinnntlim mil tut nr write,
HIM'l.lt SI'I'EIIIOIt, Kliiinntli I'ullii, On
' OLD TIME FARMERS' MARKET DAY
AT THE PUBLIC MARKET NEXT
SATURDAY. COME ALL YE FARM
ERS AND MAKE IT A REAL MARKET
All Ready for the Gong to
Start an Unusual Auction
Inventory of Winter?' Stock Completed. Store rearranged to provide
Room for Hundreds who will profit by Jeweler's misfortune.
' Windows filled with "Rewards" for Aiosc who are on
hand early Thursday Night Scores visit store
to Inspect Stock in advance of Auction.
YOU all know Doc. Cook, who dispenses dings
and such like, over at Underwood's Drug
store. Well, Doc. was a jewelry auctioneer of the
old school before he reformed and.went to rolling
pills. 'Anyway, Doc came in to get acquainted,
asked to see the "stuff" that I had' brought in
with me to sell as part of the Winters' stock,
'wanted to know who was going to "work" the
crowd for me while I auctioneered and general
ly was interested in a sort of fraternal way, you
GUESS that Doc. doesn't think much of me as
and auctioneer as I had to admit that I came
in with only a traveling bag filled with personal
belongings and that I was traveling and work
ing alone. I know that all this is not according
to the old methods of getting the money by hook
or crook, but times have changed. And the Mer
chants Finance Company is an institution of the
new school. We operate with our cards face up,
own no jewelry to bring in and mix with a local
stock, depend upon no by-bidders and are try
ing to and successfully do liquidate stocks of
merchandise in an honest, straight forward fash
ion. The. folks who come here Thursday night
or any other night with the expectations that they
are going to see a "clever" auctioneer are gping
to be disappointed.
BUT, these who come to buy will be .able to,
buy for what they think the merchandise is
worth. It's just a legitimate,, forced and abso
lute auction of a fine stock of Jewelry and 'it
doesn't take hokum to make it a success.
rF course, Doc. meant well. Ho just isn't
up on the Auction-game like he knows the
drug business, for instance. And, I hope he
doesn't get offended by this, but it gave me an
opportunity to tell you about our methods without
peeming to boast.
117 E are through working and ready for the
" sale. The stock is inventoried,' the ston
rearranged so that there will be lots of space, the
.windows filled with "rewards," including a fine
Elgin wrist watch for the lucky folks who are on
hand promptly at 7:U0 Thursday night.
MANY have availed themselves of our invi
tation to come down and look at merchan
dise that they might be interested in in advance
pf sale. The entrance is through the Sweet Shop
and we are not too busy to show any merchan
flise in the store. It enables you to bid intelli
gently, with full knowledge of tho value of each
article. That is what wo want our bidders to
know in advance the value of each piece of mer
chandise as we are going to work fast. Winters
must have the money and our company has con
tracted to raise it for him.
had a story for this ad tdnight, 1jut tho atmos
phere around the store js too somber for
jokes, so the story waits. I just want to say that
a few folks in this town have red blood in their
systems, they stepped right in yesterday morn
ing and paid up accounts owing to Mr. Winters.
That shows real 'neighborly spirit. And the
money is badly needed, consequently greatly ap
preciated. I Thank You.-
ARTHUR H. ALLEN, for the
Merchants Finance Company, Liquidating
WINTERS' JEWELRY STOCK
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
AN UNPLEASANT TASK
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