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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
u:iKmv, ii'iaw mi, na.
By Our Country Editors
The Office Cat
II V JUNIUS
"it's thn llltlo thtngs tlmt toll,"
nnld ilio Conger nvi'imo young lady
n bIic pulled lur younger lirotlur
frum beneath llio sofa. ,
Clarence (Inrrolt cnmo In from Iho
sheep rump Monday nftor supplies
Hh sin) oil titer Monilny night nml
wpnl In ltu show. Ilu tins I ho lucky
L duo In Hid bean guessing contest and
won it ring.
"Mr. Jumps Watts nnd chllilrou
i tflllotl In Illy on Tuosilny afternoon
Mrs. 1M Cnsehoor, Sr., visited In
Ill on TtioKtlny.
Mr V T (larrett spent thn day
with Mrs. Arthur Hnmuker on Tues
tiny Thov tlsltod Mrs. James 1M
Kill I In tin) afternoon.
afternoon tin) entire part), including
Mrs Warren, wont to rinloy corrals
to Ih rlsht on llio ground when tho
deer season opont'il on Siimlny Quito
n number of otlior Klimiutli Palls
people came out nml wont out on
(itMirlinrt mountain to hunt tlotr
Mr n nil Mi. Warrt'ii returned Hun
tla) evening without hitting any lurk
Tho tost of llio part) lemuliiod to
limit a lltlo loiiRt'r
Mis .1 A. Parker was torv III Hun
ilay. Hit daughter. Mrs. James Hell,
was wllli hor tilt afternoon nml lain
, Hint evening. Mrs. Karl Wnlkor
1 wont llioro to rook for llio lia men
Stvles for Mermaids
Jesse Itndfiird of llio My garage, otor Mtnla.
A wnuimi wan entertaining some
friend til u 8I1111II nftornom tea
party. Her Irrepressibles little
daughter liflinil faultlessly until
tilt) pnrly wn nonrly mir.
Ono particular guest hail tint ecus
cil to n run to tlio child's curiosity.
I'lnnlly Mm walked twice tcry low
ly n roil nil tlio guest's clialr.
"Well, ilpar, what In It?" the guest
"Mummlo said you wort' two fac
ed," replied llio clilltli "no I was Just
tryliiR to find tlio other ono."
Twyln Ferguson say of course If
you huto water on llio knee jou
iiiIrIiI try woarltiR pumps.
Moiioy makes tlio motor no.
y know a local chap who linn
threi) daughters nml etery mnriilnti
lie tint to tako a grape liaikct nml go J
over llio front lawn ami pick up tlio
rlRiirctto butts the adlulrurH of hi
daughters loato- there every night.
Carl Schubert says pessimists like
to llo n long time to bo If every
thing milieu nut ns badly n they ex
In politics third parlies are mostly
Wbat would happen If the women
of thli country would po oyi Htrlko
nml do no conktng orntlier household
drudgery untllcurtufii J things, wire
ngrcod to. That kind of n Htrlko
would 'not last ono day.
riaud Davis says some are born
fools, nomu nchlevo foolishness and
ho mo do not Mop, look or listen nt a
Krado crossing. t
I.lttlo fonr-ycar-old Margie, whoso
big sister brought her (hum home
to spend tlio ulRht. thouRht It would
bo it great treat to sltep with them
nnd hating gdlnpd1 iermlnfon,' Mie
look her place In tho,citur of the
boil, She noon found 'It uncomfnrt
nhle, unci -pot wIrIiIhr to appear sol
'Slutnr have you plenty of room?"
"Vii, ilear," wan the reply.
.Then to l0 nlAtfr'B rlium?
"Hnvo )ou plenty of room, MIk
"Wull. limn, both of you move
If Bin) didn't . ..,
II.no hor liulr bobbed.
U hIio dltln't duub with paint.
If kIiu woro lux drrgm-s mnde to
reaih . ' ..
To whom tlio. drosses alit'l, If sho
II.'imi that baby voire, nnd spoko
jilBt us uliti Bhnuld;
Do you think hu'd Ijo as popular?
I hardly think sho would.
"In our hiiKhatid up?" asked llio
early vlnltor of n lady.
"Yes, air," rejolnod tlio lady with
gieat luiioccuco, "the butlor mid I
carried hi in up at 3 o'clock."
has been very busy, lie him moro
work than he ran do most of the
. !. A. Hollmnn of Klaninth Falls wan
n business lsltor In the Hly section
the first of tlio week.
I Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W Klnloy of
Klamath Falls sod at tlio homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Camp'hell
Tom llartell of Kent) SnrlnRs ws
' I...I....A ..I.II..H I.. 111.. ( lrttl1.l.
II IIUPIlll' unimi ill iiij 'u ..
tiny nnd Thursday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James (llvan were
buslnenB visitors In Illy on Wednes
day. James Watts finished haying on
Wednesday nnd let his crew ro. lie
still has n little hay to put In his
barn but not onoiiRli to need n rrew
Arthur Hamnker finished baying
on bis own ranch on Wednesday.
Mrs. Austin llechdoldt was a hurt
ness visitor In Illy early Wednesday
t' . Warren was a uusiness visi
tor In Illy on Wednesday.
Jfrs. James Kdsall spent Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Arthur
C. W. Wnrren made a business trip
to Klamath Falls on Thursday nnd
returned Saturday. Warren started
a bunch of Ills cattle out on Wednes
day for the nlfalfn fields to put them
on pasture down thoro for n while.
Mrs. James Olvan made a business
trip to Klamath Falls on Thursday.
Her daURhter. Mrs. Philip Peters,
nnd children, who have been visiting;
bTre for somo time, returned to their
home In Klamath Falls with Mrs.
Olvan Mrs Kant Olvan nlso went In
with them to consult a doctor, as she
has been having troublo with her
WltHo the Maskcll Show company
was here they put on n pall driving
contest one night for the ladles and
Mrs. W. T. Garrett carried off the
honor of being the best lady nail
driver In Illy, this being tlio second
time Mrs. Oarrett has carried off the
same honor. They alo had a con
test for the most popular young lady
in Illy and Miss Ooldla Whetstone
won by a big majority.
Mrs. Jnmes Kdsall nnd Mrs. Arth
ur Hamakcr spent the afternoon with
Mrs. Kd Cniwljeer. Jr., on Thursday.
Ira McCall was a business visitor
in Illy on Thursday.
IM Casobeer, Jr.. finished halng
at tlio James Watts ranch and on
Friday went to help Jack Watts fin
ish his haying. Hay hands are ory
I.lttlo Mattlti Jano Cress went out
to stay with her aunt Mrs. C. W.
Warren during Mr. Warren's ah
senco. Tho Kd Casebeer ,Jr., children
The ball gunio between Uontly and
Illy, plu) od nt the round-up ground
near Illy was u or IniorostlnK ruiiio
even though the Iloalty team curried
off the honors, tho rhiuo ending 9 to
:" In their f.iwtr.
Quite a mini her were out to Illy
from Iloalty Simday among whom
wore Mr and Mrs Smlilili. Mr nml
Mm. Tut lor mid t'liarles Tatlor. be
sides the halt loam and l.tdlans from
far nml near
IN CHURCH SENATE
rillCAdO. Aug 23 The board
of bishops of the Methodln Kplsro
pal church has announced thu fol
lowing appointments to till tnr.in-
clou In the university senate of the
Methodist Kplsrnp.il church.
Sixth district; Arlo Ayro llrown.
president of tho t'nlterslty of Chut
lanoog.i, to succeed President Fred
Ninth district; John I.. liillman,
president of Simpson college, luill
anola. In, to succeed Charles W
Flint, chancellor of Syracuse uni
versity. Tenth district; Itev. F. K Klseleii
Garrett lllbllcal Institute, Kvaustou,
Illinois, to succeeded Harold Hough
former president of Northwestern
university and now pastor of the
Central Methodist Kplscop.tt churrh,
Fourteenth district: Itttfiw II. Von
Klein .Stnlil, Iah Angeles. Calif,
president of the University of South
ern California to succeed George F.
llovard, president emeritus
The university senate Is composed
of 21 persons actively engaged In
the work of education, one from
each general conference dUtrlct of
the Methodist Kplscopal church
whoso residence and educational
work uud within tho district, and
six members at large , It duties
Include the protection of the educa
tional standards of the schools un
der tho patronage of the-chnrch and
the' authority to establish Mndurds
for these Institutions. '
I 1 I !
T WW fmW r
t)ihlns bathlne suits of taffeta Kji ( s m
ssiiiiiiiSsskr I J
to two or three brUut colors with
rabrcMcrlM In other colors will be
fropr costumei for beach sirens
this season." Catin suits arc in ctl
epmieHi it Hioui
ff h '
i iiinple I- tor) lottl) bi'iie.itli u gotsu
I of mi Ki-orge'ie, or a slip of mo in
1 green heiieiiilt siuokn gray.
j New York The dressiest of aprons
I of Hi.. .Miiing lady of fiboiti T )enr
Is iiudi) of cretomio mid petcale. It
is the sort of gurtiieul that cnu h,t
sliipod on oter rompers mid worn
1 us a regular dress or sllpptnl on
Is In order. Tho flaring skill Is
titer a regular dress w'tou lumping
cretonne In n gay decPtu of led
mid green bird. Kiie nml Innaniou
posies. Tlio bodice Is of rlnillimon
Pitch I e, In solid riilui, iTttili i e
kels mid sash ure of tha prou'e
Learn to Swim
llermice Ii I m folks woithl never
let him go near tlm wuler and fur
tlio nil in o iPiiKou many u ho) or gill
will miter stud) music- "Their par
ents will neglect to get a piano nml
Hit sort Ires of u good Music Touch
til." I'lnnu Is Hie foundation muslenl
Instrument and )iiu ui'ter hitto to
fin rj- It mound with )ou Iipimusu
pr.ietliMlly etery worth while hoiiiii
t.eniu Hit) piano first for It u so
cial iihls tiro Kieiiletl mid miy hiiiiiII
liiBtiumout Is eiitdly mantel ed utter
iiDqulrlng u guild knowledge of
iiiiisIp by uiemis of a pliiuu
Our small flist pa)iiieuts nml
thlrtv mouths time do uwav with
nil exciiHis for putting off puri'haslnr.
until auiither eur.
I.elH talk piano now nml start tin
school year right
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
Planus, Ylilmliis, lliullo OutllN
no. Main SI. Phone SSil-J
Klaiii.it ti Pulls
i cotticr ,r Muiii
Porch frocks haw U-como charm
ing affairs ot printed mousscllno do
lalne. ollc. ratine, cotton crc0.
luor or cantas. Oflcn they're
trimmed with hemstitching tr
mevii: iioi'.si: iiai'k
to pin:-w.it pititT-s
havo been liavlng quite n Slego of
sore throats with fever.
Little Imn Jean CrosH who lins
been very III nil week with tonsllltis
Is able to bo up und around again.
Mrs. O. W. Howard mid daughter.
Tonight the prlcu of admission nt
the Strand will bo ID cents for
everybody. Three days cAch week
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
an opportunity will bo glten tlio
nubile to enloy the same quality of
enturtulnme.it regularly Rlvtn und at
the rato of two shows for tint prico ot
In mnklnir llio reduced nrlcu Man
ager White, says that It Is done prl
Paris Kven the togue for red i
supposed to he qulto overdone but
there still holm up mi ocr.isloii.il
touch of this flaming color even In
the smartest of gatherings. A frock
which featured sealing wax rod re
cently was .so dimming iih to m tko
one rogret that sealing wax tones
have Iippii killed by too much popu
larity. The frork was" of palest
hand crepe de chine mid tlio touch
of red came In very tiny popples em
broidered in a long spray from the
center of the hodlco to about tho
knees. Other Utile sprays of Iho
flower were on thu sleeves, nml the
girdle was a narrow' tnffptn plrot
ribbon of nealing wax.
New York And now enmps the
I sweater which may be worn on
autumn da)s us mi overblow"' with
ilio blouse at all belieilti II Of
brushed wool, tight but warm, a
HMWer of this typo I m-l " t"th n
rather high, rounded n ". mid tti -i
length sleevivs It hit a knitted,
i girdle which lies In fron. One
jfiiiih sweater was In whit n onl) i
, tin iestrlb"tl as bathroom tile pat
turn. In delft blue mid rrovi Wl
u rioam sports skirt of fennel It'
wni decidedly ..ffertlre.
Sacred Heart Academy
lltiirdliiB and l'.iv !'. himl fur lli m.l (llrL Abund
nnt wholesome fond and llegiilar lloills Persiiiuil Silr
Mslon with hninrlike , ulntttlutis.
School Will Open Sept. 5, 1922
I 'or Information tail on or write,
Mhl'KIt si Pl.ltioit, Klnuiii'h I'ulh Ore
SAYS ANTELOPE SLAIN
Demi Anl-'.iU IteMiuleil
HiimlMildt t'niint), Netaibi
T I MEAT
'lake il Clutk of Sallh In l"lnli
lie) If lllnibler Ittillitrs
WINNi:.Ml'CCA, (Nov.) Aug. 21
Slaughtering the herd of ante
lope In northwestern Humboldt
county and adjacent Oregon dis
tricts Is renorted here. A. I) Pal-
lahmi of M.Dermolt urenlly foundl Ki1j (m mwh mp f muy pn
It alltelojie slain With bullets, and ,nce klillie) trouble In suine form or
Superintendent Chalmers McCor- ( other, says a well known authority
...ii- ,.r Hi.. I'.ilnii I ami and (Jat- . ''"Cause the urlr mid ox II. s Hie kid
mlck of tho UHim l.aii.l .inn i.ui ,my il1m, (lW.PwnrK),1, K, ,
tie company slates storkmen ure hukkIisIi ; clog up and cause all suits
wantonly killing tho anlmuls
! of dhtress, partlularly hurkiirhn and
McCormlck stale tho herd last misery In tint l.ldue) regien: rbenina
He twinges, hitere headai lies, arid
London A looso cloak Intended
for wear over the thin summer
gown on cool duys and In tho oven-,
tnnrlly with a Mew of catering to the Mug, was of coca cropo mnrocaln.
year continue.. ,.r """ t Htom.icli, constlpallon. torpid liter.
but Hint not moro than 2U hate , ,,,.,, h, bladder and urinary Ir-
. . .. l .1. , f ...... I.i..trurl.l(l.,i
oeen iniiiiii mis jivir
wage earner "Tlio quality ot my
shows Is not reduced nt nil." said Mr.
White. "In fact this week thu shows
Miss lieriileo'vlslted Mrs. C. W. War-1- ISTiffl nAl
wltli u remarkable trimming of
loops of silk braid. The loops were
quite tiny, only two Inches In
leiiL'th There were nine rows of
rcn Friday evening. 1 w 111 contlnuo the three-day reducllon' ,... ,.. ,, hmil ,.r thi. cloak.
' for n nnniber of weeks ami It Is up) a .,,.. ,,,
iuiriiii niiin iiiifii t'i iiiiuii '
the armpit to the wrist on the un
dersides of tho il. et es. There wero
four rows also around tho hem of
the turnover collar.
urn seeking to have tho gut eminent
establish a game preserve mid sel
fish stockmen nru Haiti to he exter
minating the mitelope to prevent
The moment )our back hurts or
kidneys aren't acting right, or If
bladder bothers tin. get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any gum!
phiirmni); take u lahlespooiiful In a
glass of water btiforu breakfast for u
Miss Jiuiiilta Howard visited at the
i. ....... ,.f ii- ...,.t Mrc i!,.,.rv,. itnvri to the nubile to show mo that they
....- ivi.Ihv niL.l.i ..ml MIhs j01,.ltfant ns gooil n bIiow nil ran bo seen
over Irlday night und -Miss Jessie cJy n( n prIc() wh(jr(( ,,,
lloyd went home with her Saturday wlloin fU,uy (an go for tlio custom-
morning and spont the day with herury charge for a slnglo ndmlsslon
.,i ii ., ' i ! ulso wish to Btato that us long as
Mr ,.n,t Mm w'.iit.ir c'ninnboll nnd I ' continue In business hero In Klam-1
Mr. und Mrs. 'Walter Campbell ;,,, Ka)u , WU ,0,)tiiu., my fight for
lami v Biieni tut) nay aunuuy uu
New York For tho woman who
Mr. und Mrs. I.ouls (lerber at Horse-1 pcopl
..XS" thitlh.-fflTn,,.n0d'- WM wh either u silk
Advortlslng pays. Try It and neo,
should have your attention.
Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Qui' fuel is the best, our
prices are right on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama
oack. Your business is solicited.
Q. Peyton & Co.
4. 4 -si. " j
'his family can go to sett a show and
know that ho don't have to spend n
c u. Wnrri.ii nml son-in-law I Know lliai no noil I iiiitii iu iiniu
t. y warren anil son-in-iaw, .. , t..A ii Tim ...r in
Charles Collier returned homo from 0ur H0 ,H , ,Kl, ,,r4, for B)l(JttH
Klamath Falls on Saturday. Collier's Klamath Falls If I cun provent It "
two brothrs, Andrew mid Percy Col- adv.
llor of Klamath Falls camo out with' Top otch iTimting'shoVs. "lions-
them In their own cur und lato that t,n k Jester.
or a nainsook costume slip, there Is
now tliq costume llp of knitted silk
or silk flht.e. This In necessarily
warmer than slips of tho other sort,
Iijit It Is Ideal for year cm u cool
day beneath a dluphannus gown, A
knitted silk slip In orange, for ex-
los.ses of range land which woulil 'Ka"V,r l,lt;r l,0'T. nW"Bl ..r "
Iiissih in riiiih" niiin fW lijll aj wl,r kid ,.) M ma) then
form part of the fmlerul game lire- llct ,1(, .j-i,!,, (mM mH nmi
serte. It Is probable action will j from the acid of grapes and lemon
be Immediately taken by statu andjJulce. ti.mbli with llthlii. and has
...... . ... ..rii..,r been used for generations In flush
county officials In protent further ,,,, m.i,,,.),, nml slliuuliitn them
slaughter of Iho untelopn, to normal aitlvlt), alro to neutralize
m Iho mills In tho nrlnn so thai It no
Wallowa -Nlbley-.MI.nnm.gl. Mini-! SrXT2'nUm """" ","""K
her company hillldlng new dry luni-j 'Jn ai,H ,., njlm, ,.,.,
her shed. inuko a delightful effnrtemenl llthla
Milton tomuto crop good.
Oregon City palling for sower
II,, ml t,t Unite road touiplntoil
opening up another of Oregrn's scen
ItoRohurg to inuko sating of $l-'f0
In school expenses for next fiscal
water drink which millions of men
and women lake now and then to
llmlp keep tho kidneys mid urlumy
organs clean, thus often utolilliig
serious kliluoy disorders.- -Adv. 102.
Holland shoes for boys urn better
HoustOH & Jester. 21-211
Ki.KP.io Penn sawmill, recently
destroyed by fire, to bo rebuilt.
11 1 w. '2 kS-""
tlie WANT ADS
fT) gel rtht Mia
Ii t folks know it
If yo i bate something to buy
or sell, or are looking for a
posit Ion. mi ad In our Want
Ad Columns will bring ou
That's the way to gel In lourh
with the people who cm ful
fill )our wants.
Axlorlu Liberty theatre to lie re
placed by lUO.OOii structure this '
Three nulls Mt. Hood loop high
way being graded.
(Imlbalill Whitney Co. planning
to build three ships to curry lumber.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tom Gets the Air
To TELL VOU- I IMtITCO
THE SMITHS AHD
DILL GREV AND
WIFE OUT TOMORROW
ro SPEND rHE.DAv
OH (VOO DON'T atHi
WHO DO VOU THINK
IS GOING TO DO
All TUB COOKING
FOR THIS GANG?
I'M N?T RUNNING A
i s -r 3
ili. V S
HE INVITBS ALL HIS rr?IEHDi
OUT WITHOUT CONSULTING
tit:- MV VACATION SHOULD
BE THAT OP THE VILLAGE
COOK- HOW 6WEDT OF HIM'
CAN YOU BEAT THAT?
"''. I . K 1 I'D CAlL'EMOrVti..
',, &F HELEN DON'T BE t
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