The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 08, 1922, Page Page Four, Image 4

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HV JUNIOH
I.IVO Models Will liti lifted nt llio
ronvcntlon of llio Maine undertakers
to display Rrnvo clothes, llolng prop
erly dressed when heliiR burled Is the
liropcr tlilnR now. Ami why not? It
In h Ioiir and Ininorlnnt Journey.
iiemi: mu:v
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Wo-nro Mtandlnr; In Urn basement,
With llio randlo burnrns; low.
Ami lio poured mo out three fingers
Maybe four, for .-111 t know;
And-d slowly raised thr beaker" f
To my lips and drained It dry.
After which, I saw n spider
"Look nt me and wk Its eye
Then mothoURlit the nlr prow denser.
An the inilo plunged nhend,
While beneath ub lay tho landscape.
With tho Arab clothed In red;
nut tho submarine wan sinking
And tho licoa had cone lo rest,
Thntigli tho mine wai dark and fear-,
some ""
And alio Raid sho lined inn hot.
.metiln' No flimd
"Itoavonfwa-in'U jnade: fo' do man
dat holler amen." said Charcoal Kph,
rumlnatlvcly.'i VVo 'all j;ot l' ronjo
ncrost wld sum'n nio'n nolfe V
crowd' lli'oo do Pearly (late1.-' "
UN Knilii'rV Son
'Tell mo truly, billon tho baby real
ly tuko after hla. father?" askod Mrs.
Jon os. ' ''
''Yes, lndloed-,why, when wo took
tho darling's bo't'tlc away, ho tried to
creep down tho 'cellar stairs,"
Han nnyono noticed tlmt ono local
Atoro Is displaying heavy mats with
fur collar, and another Isshowltic
talklnu dolju. vUo your Christmas
ahopplnjr.oarly, ''
Thr Ileal ll.ii.scr
She had studied all tho modern
fads-nml was rather amuscdnt the
luj est theory abou kissing. Doctors
said It was unliygcnlr and dangerous.
Finding herself nlona with a rath
cr.'sllent young man, alio mistook. his
illenre for shyness n ,
'I)o you think kissing Ik danger
ous?" alio asked. ,,
?,Torrlbly," bo answered,
f?'Vhy? -Whatever can it pioduco?" I
."Marriage," -lit-snapped. I
j'Don't you detest people who tnlk
botilnd your back?"
"Yes. especially In a theatre."
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'llemember, gjrls. Htho hency ber
duusn't wasTo mttchitriiut over an aril-'
flclal flower. '" -' ,
jl Why ii your wlfo so jealous of
your typist?" '
"W1I, you see, my wife used to bo'j
my, typist." ,
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jWiicn a man knocks lilinself ho
doesn't mean It any moro than ho '
means thjj face.sthut ho makes at
himself when ho shaves.
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'Dr. C'umpboll says It we would
chow less food mora wo would take
less pills more.
Origin of .liu
'Jazz was discovered by u dog with
a tin can on his tall, chasing a 1915
flivver.
Tllruuswlrk rouirda play on an)
Htaudnrd phonograph. Currln Kays
SdZ S
YOUR WINTER'S
WOOD
should have your attention.
Cool weather and storms'
force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
prices are right pn Slab,
Blocks, Body ' hnd Tama-
oack.
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Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
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JiiiIbiiii'iiIm and Deriivx Ihitoiiil
Judgment t mid decrees signed os
tonlay I')' Jmlfio A I. t.eavltt were
Judgment In default for the Union
Oil company versus A. A. Swltrer for
tho Mini of S27&.0K.'
JJecree. was entered minuting, tho
niHrrlagoof ttuben M Striae and Lola
stoue. Tho two minor children woro
put In ciiRtody of tho plaintiff,'
Default judgment entered In tho
rase of Mnlln State bank against C
0. Merrill.
Default Judisnierit entered In tho
ease of T.estlo KoRorV,' as adminis
trator of tho estate of Oeorfio Mitch
ill, against J. C. Mllchell. for the
mini of fs.'OO. '
ShetirfV Sale CoutlrnuHl
Tho flhoriff's sale of latuN In
Township -lo's..' llange 13 K.', under
fomlosuro prowedlbgi In tho ease,
of Casobeer versus Hamakor ot nl
was confirmed by Jndgo Leavltt, Sep
tember 7:
lfct quality olive oil castllo soap.
SOc huyj. ono. wo give vou one. Sat
unlay1 only. Currln'a For Drugs. S
Male Train Is Latest
Operates for Men Only
. MlgKlllM. A I,.nl Sinn! V Tl.
Hitter Hoot valley, north ot here. In1"1 ,n ,,s "'"UdKlty.
to lmve a new male train to bo knowu
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as tho "llachetnr'a Special." The
apodal will carry "adult male passen-
ers only." from whence It derives Its
name.
Tho new trnla. Is believed horeto
be the only excluslru "male train"
operated' on any railroad In Uio
I'nlted States nt the present time.
The decision to limit tho train in
men only was reached because the
tr.iln will handle a large amount of
freight, necessitating cunfldcrubla
swltrblng, On account of the hazard
InctUpnt to the switching, railroad
company "officials thought It advU
nbJc tn limit the passenger service ta
men.
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Mr. Duck Hunter I
" lliivluil; Waterproof Hunting CojiIn,'
Pilllls nml l'nn llniwl nml ll.ill I
tllrnml Itubber lloTit., Ix-atlier VcsIhI
nil M)le!. Surater. (ilou-., Wool
Sox now ready at 1. K. K. Sliin-,
l.eiidltiR tlolliler. lit)-1.1 !
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i Cnrrln's For Drugs'. Ninth and J
, .Mali) Sts. The ultimate coaler of -
Klamith Falls. S
Car cf Fresh Fruit Will
be in Saturday, 7 a. m.
PRICES AS
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Baitlett'Pears ......,
Peaches', box ......
.Tomatoes, box ....
Plums, box
Prunes, box '...
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Cantaloupes, Grapes, Squash,
This will be the last car of
V.4 Gil
BARTLETT
in this season
Remember you'arc getting this fruit at less than
wholesale price.
a: c. gienger
220 Main St.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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I VloMDER WHAT THOSE yOMEH
WERE TALKING
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THCV STARTUP IN AS THOUGH
THUV HAP 30ME.THIHG TERRIBLE
TO TELL ME. AMD WEMT AWAV
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VHTH OUT TELLIHG IT- I HAVEN'T.
SAID AHVTHIMG
ABOUT ITVE.T-
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v i- y - OUGHT 1 0. jK rt U&TEN IN; H
Till: STIt.VM)
"Mo and My alv" shown nt Tliij
Sitrund tonight is n story of life, lovo
and laiiRhter Xothlng llko It was
ever seen hero heforo and It wll bo
enjoyed by all who attend tonight.
This Is also country store nlclit
with fifteen prlioi to bo ghen away.
qvi
your nnmo In tho box mid bo
sure to bo on hand at nine o'clock.
These country stbro nights are one
of tho beat entertaining feature
Klamath Kails has. The nrlncs Riven
away are really worth while anil they
are given out In a maimer that i
plejuuntho nudfeiire. ,
Sunday the feature picture will be
"Tho (treat A I hup," tho scenes being
the story of a hnlfbreed lnvtho groat
froen north and again on tho toot-,
b.ill field when a great game Is be-1
lug ployed between two uulxcrxltlet). ,
Tim i.ihi:i:tv
A rugged, outdoor story portrayed i
by rugged outdoor turn Is showing '
at the Utterly theater today when
"Out ot the Silent North," a I'nlver-1
sal rnductlon with Prank Mayo In '
tho loading role, will be tho chief at- j
traction. There probably is no more '
vlrllo character on the screen than i
Frank Mayo, nor any man who knows
nd loves the great-out-of-doors moro
than William Vorthlngtcn. who di
rected tht yruductlon. "Out of tho
Silent North" Is a clean wholesome
siory or mo snow country, power-
T he story concerns
a young
Frenrh'CAnidl.ln, Pierre
llaptlste, i
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"vln,: " a rar outpost of civilization 1
"l """thorn Canada, and loving Mar
cette, daughter of tho store-keeper,
there A Stranger roinen, a polished
gentleman of the oulsldo world,
whose gentility, turns tho head of
pretty Marcette. Ho sets off to find
n gold claim nml the girl asks Pierre
to go along and see lo his welfare.
Tho uluvjde story Is eloiiuently told
In "Out of the Silent North."
We !)llee In tho future of Klam
ath Falls, we also hcllovo In better
drug sortlco and constantly deliver
, It, Ourrlu Says So. 8
lirunswlrk record run smoether:
sound better' last linger: Cost no
njoro. Currln Says So. ' S
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C'urrln'i sill liincb klU rnmiilnln
Wth vacuum bottle Ur $2.7:.. S
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Somo jieoplo do not bellove In tho
use ot dniR3 for the relief nml cure
of sickness but for thtsn who do wo
supply ouallly drugsat reasonable
prices, rurrln Says So. 8
FOLLOWS:
$1.75 to $2.10
'...' .75 to .90
70 to .75
So to .95
.95
etc.
PEARS
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AOODT YESTERDAV?!
TO VRIJUR '
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LjonirrT Si Mvfrs TonXcco Co.
NEW TODAY
FOlt 8AI.K Almost new wood
range, equipped with hot water
colls. A bargain. Call 231. X-ll
FOIl SAI.I." Modern K-room house,
two lots, fenced, big gardun, base
ment, screen porches, lawn, rose
bushos, shndo trees, bam, chicken
house, Ono block from Fulrvlow
school, best view of tho city. All for
$3000. Cull 1H7 Worden Ave. S-lt
' WAN'TU) Coisl cook lit Italnbow
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ni't-'ui oiiii. n uiiiiiii iirvierrrii.
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WJIO W.l.VTrl A IIO.M1:?
Hlx room idnatored hniun $2300, 2
Ioih, ? 10 .-iii) n month, 7 per cent int.
4 room, modern, lot t0 x SO ft,,
$1750, $12 00 a month, terms.
2 three room houses, 312MI and
$8G0, small payments, homo terms.
2 room hoitho and burn, 2 lots,
$1200, Home terms.
.lASI'KIl linXXKTT
1020 Mala St., or Ilox JOlfi. S-O
FOIl HAM: -CimiiI piano, very chenp.
liimio 2U9J S.'J
FOIl SAL); Mfairu iiiuul ami hay
mid KtiMll-ige cutting outllt In
cluding oiiu ten Inch meal machine,
ono Huvoui'imi Inch hay chopper, ono
Fordson tractor, oim snveiity-flvo
Something Queer
GUESS I'LL CALL UP VJILBUR.
AHO TELL HIM ABOUT IT
IT WORRIt-.d ME -HELLO
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There is somebody oh
the line--thcv are
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TALKIHG ADOUT ME- J'tL
.ISTEN
Get to the
heart of this
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hesterfield
CIGARETTES
Of finest Turkish mid Domestic tobaccos blended
foot belt, one twenty-five foot belt,
tractor pulley, power emery wheel,
$900.00 takes the outfit. A fine pay
ing busliies for some one. Terms to
right party. Outfit may bo seen nt
Harry llooth ranch on .Merrill ro.ul.
H-9
illgh school boy. Junior year,
wants a position to work for room
and board; ran do any kind of work,
morning nml evenings. Address Her
bert Itlesbol, Klamath Agency, Ore
gon. H-tt
FOU SAMC- One Ikonomy King
Cream Separator, good us new, alx
tn ten cows ktzo. tirlco 1 10.00 Cull
at Telford boat homo,
SACItlFICi: Lot Lukevlow udilltlou,
i.fil 'j, Dlock'Ol, $250 cash. Win.
Jacobs, owner. Hotel TournliiQ, Oak
land, Ci.l. S
FUltNIHHKD HOOMH -741 Walnut.
Just tliu place for tho night crow.
No poise, no files, no kitchen, (iiiml
bed ami good bath. Call at Colonial
Hoom-4, 11 th near Main. H
FOI4 HAI.B Dcrrlrk. cnmplete. In
good ciimlltloii, anil .MrCJiirin.'icl.
Iilmlor 7 ft. and new McCormiick
rnko and mowing mm-hluu. .loo
DrohHliiiff, Oleiie, Ore. H-10
FOIl KALK Ono li-room, olio 4
room mid ono :i-room house. All
modern, ull now, all close In. Very
eiisy. teriuw. Also one brand now 4-
in the Air
VES. I JUST HUARP ABOOT
IT THI MORMIMG-SaHE
GOING TO GET A OIVOPCE?
I SHOULD TlllrtK SHE VJOULO -HE
LOOKS LIKE HIHO OF A
FL7 OIRD AHWAV- WHA.TKIHO
OP BU3INCSS IS MR. PUFF IN ?
j ('I I SHOULD THIHK SHE WOULD - J h yj ' '
HAS HE GOT ANYTHING V
lalh
What makes cigarette
quality anyhow?
Chiefly it's a matter of
tobacco quality the kinds
and'gratles of tobaccos used.
The extra enjoyment you
get from Chesterfields is
due to just that thing finer
tobaccos of better grade than
in any other cigarette at the
price.
The good taste of your first
Chesterfield will prove it.
room house to rent to reliable couple.
Cull 74.1 N I tlh HI h
FOlt HUNT
lly U2C
G03W.
Iloom In prlvatu fnm-
I'lnu Hlniet or
phono
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WANTiaitlood furnishings for
bedroom. 221 Mich. Ave., I'hono
483W. S.
FOlt SAI.C- 12." white Leghorn
hens, O. A. 0, strain, l'ercy Dlx-
mi, Merrill road. S-l I
FOIl SAI.K Ono 20. ft. power limit,
In flrsl-i'lnss shape. Iiuiulrn Link
lllvor lluttery Htalion. h-'.i
Furnished (inn room cabin, Col
onial HooniH, 1 1th near .Main. K-l 1
FOIt HAI.i:-- Ford Coupe, Owner
leaving town, lumilro Humid of-
flio.
sir
BIRTH RECORD
I'ltlTCHAHD- At I'ellrmi City. Ki-p-temher
4, IU22, to Mr. and Mm,
II, L. I'rlliiuuil, 11 boy, weight mtven
IiouihIh, named, Jiimes Arthur. ,Mi.
rrlti'hard was .MUh Chiudlu l.augoll
boforo her uitirriagi).
Wo urn dosing out l'nthii I'hoiiu
graphs at one Jut 1 r price, Now ma
chines and terms on larger models,
Currln'H For Drugs. H
I WHOM ARE Vol) TWO
v .I306SIPS TALKING
ff ABOUT P " ,
(OSTENIrWUM ON THIS '
' Vi ClNE-"600PBVC!
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Mininr; Revival Is
Seen In Central Idaho
IIOIHI.', Idaho, Kept. S. The mill,
lug belt f east central Idaho, com
prying tho counties ot Unite, Lem
hi, ('oxter and lllalne, uhcro virtu
ally all mining has bretOlormnut for
tho last two )car,,ls again forging tn
tho front aiiordlng to Hlewart Camp
bell; stale mine Inspector,
"This roval Is milling consider
ably to tho general Improvement ln
mining throughout tho slate," suya
CnmpholL. "and will ho a material
factor In Increasing Idiiho'H mineral
Importance, hh well as nildlng to the
general Improvement in mining
which the state Is witnessing.''
Wo sell genuine IIAST.MAN film.
I'tirrln'H For Drugs. h
.Mr. Dink llunli-r-
DlixbuK WiileiiMi.if Hunting (VuiIn,
1'iiiilM anil ('apt llooil and Hull
llranil HiiblM-i- IIimiIn, l.i-.itlier VokIh
all sIjIi-n SkteateiN, (ilow-x, WimiI
So now ready at K. K. K, Store,
Leading ClothleiN, UU-lfi
Wo do QltALIT V
Currln'H Fur Drugs.
kodak finishing.
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BY ALLMAN
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