The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 28, 1922, Page Page Six, Image 6

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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1'iriiiittt niiit potti ii u,i nil until ' ' l.l Ix'xln
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l.llllo Willie 'Tnis mo tlio hut
tor." Mother (reproachfully) "If what
Wllllo?
Mttlo Wllllo ' If oti can roaeji
It."
Speaking I'oi III Own
"How tlct j nil like our now car?" i
asked tho I.IizIp drhor
"5reat." ropllul tlio Mr Six drh
or. "It runs so snioolhlv jou can't
fool It. Not a lilt of noise; on can't
licnr It. Perfect Ignition. ott can't i
smell a tliltiR. And spoeJ why It
whizzes! Can't see It "
"Must lio somp car," ventured tlio
I.lzzlo drh or. "Can't feel It. can't '
smell It, can't hear It, and can't tco t
It. How do ou Know It I there?
wtiii ii i- nidit
"What happen1) when a man'
teinperatiire rocs down as low as it I
can ro?" ' J
"Ho rcM cold feet," answered a '
nmnll pupil, ,
If nutiiiiin comos, can winter be no,
far
ItcnuHPd that fear will not creep In
t0 ,nr
The nonchalant hoUfeholdcr to Ills
oul
And mako him wonder whero
He'll r.ct his coal?
W'o Hi I .Niino UVn .sxiiiiiM-il ,
Tlio l.i.lle.i of the M K Church
ctijojed a swap sorlalThursday even-
Inc. Kteryhody hro'ught somotblnR
they didn't need. Somo of the ladles
hrouRht their huslnnJa. I'ulasM
Enterprise.
The lalo bird also gots a worm
of tlio hook breed, cplnee O. I)
IltirKo.
I'liinn 11
"I hoar prohibition hit Jim ro ,
Imrd ho killed himself." .
Sulcldo?"
'.Vo. Herplcldo "
The Vnlue of Qiint.iilni, .Afmki
lleimur luil. lli'vli'M
nov. j
troKo on
H. Cozad. tho
pastor, '
"I.lfos Urciter
ences" In the morning, and on "Tho
Man Who .VoRlocted His Supremo
Ojiportunlty" nt nlRht. J
I'lira Mcms Veiy, Vmi Know
She Don't you think that Mjrtlo,
iooks ugiy m mat uitra-low-ctit i
Ircss? I
Ho "Not a far as 1 can seo I
H. n. Shldlor rUos to ask whethor!
tliii striking rnllro'td shopmen and
coai mincis win uociaro in imr day n
' holiday
A Xetv "Wan" On I'm
Patrick Callahan, tho u ill-known
plahterer, was dlscoored standliiR
beforo a local utoro which dltplnjoi
a larfio Blgn, "Xut Sunduo." ,
rat cuzed at tho slsu a Ioiik tlmo
mill flinil Lnl1 ... llixtnd.D.nl .nli
had ramu to tho dour.
"Ash Wednesday. Shnno Tut '
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"il; "uuu rnuiy u.iy, una is a now I
wan on mo.
,-,rrinbalJn ljCUt'r ,lr"B Mt0ro?'l
Lyurr.n oajs 230. lib '
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Co-operation brliiRK buccess. Wit- i
noi.8 tho result of tho b.ibj clinic. I
Currln's i'or DriiRs. 2S '
. YOUR WINTER'S
WOOD
should have your attention.!
Cool weather and storms
I
iPwim im A xtS"'
Since autis a-.d trtutorg are dolnc nil th wort- n,..,i..- ,.l..i
runt timr. in ,1, .... . .. .., .l
Chaplin at the ta . ct
; v " " m' .it., .iiiu inrii
n.n and thrn.
mnflaad) r.-.ir.
'i in: i.ntn:r
"The P.irp Hrtii.li T i'l
the nw
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western which appears at the I.llirr-
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.,.,, rplM ,t,0 ,., i .Jnm
j wwen carries the utmost In adven-
13 IUV..IIV lUUttJ Will.? l PIHUIP
"". mien ny n. n.
"an i-itn. tti0 well known author of
such screen uccmc an 'The Vlr-
Kin of Stomhonl.". ' The C.reat Hi-
i ilc.imcr." and "Klitbtln' Mad." he
j declare It to b his jrrratcst wet-
orn, even surp.iislnjt the last-men-
tloacd jflctum In points of Intorott.
, It takes the siectalcr on a fascluat-
Injc Journey to the heart of tlio West
' and offers him a etory of rapid ac-
tlon and suspne. i
Tlio cast Is of all-star proportions
-IncltidlnK such popular faiorlto.
u Roy Sfwart. Wallace Ueory.
Johnny Walker and Marjorlo Iaw.
iio u .u.e ui u .car.es. .neimi miu
reforms tlio touchett town west If
tho Mississippi through the skill of
a trigger finger, but who te frlcht-
cned by a pair of potuUnt lips.
Tim Mlt.VVl)
Tonight at Tbo Strand
niack
Sheep" will tw shown and It Is said '
that It is one of tho most realistic
Kxperl-'nleturc. now beine e.hlbitod. Tho
fight between the sheep herder tfrnl j
tho cattleman la such a trae like
ncss to tone of the old time scraps
that n cattleman In Chicago, seeing'
.Veal Hart as the cheepherder win-
iiIiir tho fight took a couple cf shots'
at the picture i
Maybe that story Is a little strong,
but anyway you'll enjoy tho picture, j
It will ghe you thrills from start to i
finish. There arc riding and roping
scenes that cannot bo boat.
hunday tho wonderful animal pic-
, turf. "Tho Four Seasons" will bo t
snown. That is said to bo tbo
srcaiost auimoi p.nuro over prouuc
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I
l,i u. u . one 10 on p3r ci me
world and a all times of the year. It
inierosts oiu ami young onu enter'
tains aa woll as Instructs.
It Is surprising how many things
"J cn " ' a lrus store for ono
X'iJL1"0 "rU" s,oro "m' C"r'
rl11 ,48 h0' -S
.M.MtKHT ItKI'OKT
I'OItTUAM). Sept. 28 Livestock
. . -. ....
and butter steady, c.'i; firm. Wheat
1-oa t0 ! I
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TJmro mo fio tlilnss wo would.
apprcilato having you do. Attend
... - .... -.... ... j
Thank ou Cur-
spect our Htiiro
rln b I or Drugs.
2
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
i n WILL VOU HAVE r ,
r Lthis dance vrru s-JV
T ! C ME.. PLEASE9 . H
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- wM I Jr-
Here'j Oce-r.ce arcsnl os Charllo
He's soortil by hn owner.
DEFECTS ARE NOTED
IN INDIAN SCHOOLS'
PLAN OF INSTRUCTION
HH iU .' Th' K i
i 1'.m: in llu pi iv n i In II in
iHlnc.it ional program I thnt ft does
net mrry the ln.ll.in far njii.-'
alna nttollla.1 - 4. t. . ...f.l....
1 '", '',, ""
of Dr. Dlmer E Hlgley, Chfroico
. ...cr.Bacui c mgiin wor ot
' Mnodit tspiacopa! cnure'i
'0uT lho1 toT 'Man chlldr.
(l nt ' ,ak ,BPm far "oSli." h'
B'''1 ""Pt'n foi t!u-n tbo hl.:'i I
l,'o. afford them tut, opportii
!" of colleco tratnlnn and i'n
proh-n of o!nit bark to i'.m '
blanket" nil! bo 'ved. It Ii e-
tfniaie I that not three, per cent of
tUon receivine hintt school tdu a-!
tlon ever go back to their natln
cuotoms.
-Mans obJoet to the DTansiit-
ng , th . ndtaB !;, cf ,,.
menta, rcai0n)l. ,. ,,, ,B ., j
prImUw conjmca ,, m pIc,ur.
nue.' they aay 'Lcavo him alone
, ih tack d f h, , i
..7, " " . IT ., -... !
Ufl CrMIIU WI4 Ul UI1IIHV1V4
, savagery.' i
j "Ctrtoln Indiana hav rtsanud I
the Uitrnsllon of the whit man's
religion. The cause of this resorit-
raont has not been so mu-!i In the1
.".."' """ '- ""'". LUL'Uin
'a'""1"- l ' U " Psan
r c " nui prrn ,rara "0,ru
endr it by cinc!tli and Injua-
l,eM "1h tb rl ma haro "'
rerod " tn na,, ot tb"' W0
hrothcrs. j
"Tho Indian' earlier eontaet (
uitn wiuto men ana ti.e Christian
rellglr-a was unfortunat . Hia opla-
Ions wore basd largely upon nhati
he saw of the borders of our eiv-j
lllxatlon. To these borders came t
tho white traders, usually a class!
bavins no scruples agalnrt tablnirl
Bdvanlnee of tho md mun.
"Tho fals impression has bean
and u uow rapf:,,y Bndersolni
Tn e(luctl,rj amonBAU-.u
pcatolly arP MeogoUln, , UH)P.
pc dolly are rocosnizlng its super-
lor merit. They knr-w the old
faiths or- fahe and now aro asking
for preachers and teachers o dlrecf
them the way of t'ie 'Jesua Uoad
Bt T"",
Store on tho erner: dealings u
Storo on tbo erner: dealings on'
I II.-. ....nay.. ....- l r....... I
, iiu oi,Miiiu, uinua . ur ivrutis.
M';Ui and Main Sis.
S
'I ho .Vnl.oil Triilli
"Huiun't a ehlrt bntneen us" sny.i
Countess y.ichy. Headline, Si w
York Journal.
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kIito In Klamath Kails. Ourrln Says
so. 28
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i m na
loiuil torn, nt i
1 he cm ii .1 i ill il iniii wi, .1
ni.i n il' i , at h mill il ' '
rofi mi ii i xim ii m ,
Ii . n .mil i ' u i. ll II' ii'
' "i" "I ''I i nl Rilf In him
lueiitM hn'i n' i'p main ilillmii
i i v Mi h Hi i. in ii ..f ih ' ! i Inn
mil the Am -iiju H,iiin iivlllniv
w 1 M 'nncti' nr s "i in d inti) thrm
i I.ihki'h one fur mei, one fir vunnen
n. inhi r ir the leslo I and the nuxi
l.ni imhershlp fiiiiiv i.i.nle bv
' m will rot Ii iouiii d fur point i
iii'Iik made In I-kIoii memtiert, lmt
r 'ul iller .'ml hron-,- ini'dal wlil
awarded for ftrirt, tveonj and
'Mird places.
Plrst plow In each e'ent will count
ii Ihe. locom! a throe, .nut third ti
twi ii lnl A -l!vcr lo ,ti i up Ml
! nu.irdt,l In flu i' partment BfiT
i iin- il hlan. t i 'jrnR iti fiiimber . s
I'olnn iinl n l"-"iUi p:iq.ii tn thi
"t with the "h! loi-u llaml--o'lie
Rold, ix.r and lirmise me.l iln
w I! hi .twirdfil tn li.dlMdn.ils niak
iik il.. l'i m ri itiIh i'5.'t!.itliin
tin v ! in i - 1Y v "i ', i th r il
i'iIi t i unh in h ivn t n n.
l 1 ' 'he i' mi i i i ' r i- 'ei I
"tii !''). i r. i i f rn
t-n i .i ! i ml I ..,,.! .
i 'n mill i
$WmfimE3E35BrttWBEir
lil it
The rral valm. if a momr lubil urt in t dlrmlnd
In only on v.ojr- ihn.urli its we in th sign a tor
which it Is intended.
Ittnce this company maintains an cnglne-usting lab
oratory, equipped w nh a Spragut dynsmcmtin, In which
Xftoltntsnd other lubricsnisats constantly bsing tmtM
nndsr actual i pciauni; conditions.
This dynamometer laboratory is In charge of cnmpstsm
triintd men, who rpond all lhlr time In conducting
comparative tests of Zrolen and oiher I biuants It
i.utomobllc, strplar.c, narine. truck and tractor enplns.
. Corrcil Lubrication Recommendations
On tbo results cf thsse tuts, supplsmanlad by equally
isrsful tetu in the field and on th load, out tJ'wrd rf
Lubilcntiun Ilnglnee.-i bja its Chart uf Kicommcn.
datlons.
Close ottimlon Is Riven to tho design and cont.troctlon
cf tho engine. It is necessary to tnow, tint, the speed
cl the biarint; sutfacer, soeonc', clcaianco between boat
Ing cuifacts; third, temprraturea at nhlrb bearings
cperstc; fourth, preasutrs exerted In each bearing;
fifth, tho means provided for tho distribution of the (41
to each beating. .
Tho tecomtnomlfltlonj embodied In tho Zerolene Chart
are calculated with tho firoount pi i ision, and il Zrtn.
leno Is used In necrrdame v. ih il i n, rnrri.t lubrica
tlon and maximum luol uak-o.o me oax red.
m
&$
less fiMonaud
thru Gmtd fabrication
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On With the Dvnw
v;oui.O vou iiifio aTcpPmt
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WORLD SERIFS FOU"
CONSECUTIVE. TIMES
If'"' when Die former Nation!
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a xjoijjoiiii-uuu.nc'
coktHfc idncio. We
Si ' in;r"har-f cl a carload
in o.dit- .0 pet th"r
f? L83fe3SaS9sW
;i i ii'im i.i. , ! fu l. ii
i u clean fuel. It la a mhV i'i' !. C-J! .it ,e f i"i e
for in format ion.
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Power Company ,
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force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
prices are right on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama
oack. Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
1 $i$W&) si
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