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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1922)
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ISi"GOAT'S BEARD" TO BE LATEST ARGOT?
PANAMA CANAL SHIPMENT CAUSES WONDER
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
LOANED OUT FUNDS
GAINED BY FRAUD
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, l.auu rcrsons vvnikcu
i Into Yoscmitc Valley
New Municipal Park
i WASHINGTON. O-t. 1C Iimlo.nl
of tho "hfo'ti oyplirown" nr tlio "lit
Ritnt'K knees," It tlircntcns to lio tlio
"gouts beard" pretty (itU.
""Whatever nil tlil modern nrsot
ma menu to llio rliiK generation,
tlio "kmIb be.ird" Is Indlr.itod ns nn
nrivnnro f.ifihlon by no less official
a publication llni tlio Panama Ca
nal Itccord. which ordinarily anoakH
of marlln ifplkos, fcnruoiird Mrnlioi,
nnil slilp clnndlrrle. Witness the
"An Item In tlio -carco of the
from l'nrlflc to Atlantic norts f
tlio I'nllcd Ktatet. ns 47 linles nf
gonts boards cIkIiIjiit 23. 127 pounds
Another nan 21 bales of human hair
Btunun MclKhlnR lo,l!7 pound "
.Since fashion ilnuoitnrcs tlio return
of tho pompadour. It necessarily
meins the return of tho "rat" and
that accounts for tho human hair
stumps, but the goats beards remain
a mstery If a bale of goats beards
weighs ripprolnmtet) ROD poumUi
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.IAN KI1WVISC0 (Jet. 10
pioxlimitol) I. .too itfj-tons .illv'
to tho oseuiite i116j tliltf u.ir
Kinornor If he had seen fit not to i oordliiR to lrk Superintendent l-e
dr..;; Senator Ohiniberl.Un iluwii lth u ,, 0(1 , M ,,,R p,flJ.
uini mil) mu num.
("II rYNT At Klnmnlli Tails. 012
X l:i;hth. O. tobor 1 I, I 'ia2. to
Mr mid .Mr' Kobut Cho)lio, Me
rill toad, a lw . woliiht nine
pounl. uiiiiii'd l.'ollo Jleiuurd. ''" inuiilclpiil park It lo bo ion-
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timuuMi ny nun mhumi uh inn mm.
HAN MATlIt) Calif. Oet HI A
nit u i.Acm i-iM'it
oHtute near bote Itmently the illy
mild JMt.nOO In bonds to fluaiiio the
't hmn mi i1iaIfIii tin nnv n nil
slIugluB- li tliU campalsn. and 1m..,"' "'""' ''-1 '"""'"'"".
not done so, and will not do bo. I
think, howover, tint It Is entirely
nmnr tn nnnto fhn iirtir.1 n!tit tlmt
ho many goats lnd to be ba bored i , , ha0 (, cxol 0
Ulik l.aiev was flunil JIU In the naik work
k. . .
grout e- on miaou irfc. in uu iun,- , a! c,, satuiduj for peruiltllng
GUt vlclted tho pattcithls ejCr, most . his sheep to rui nl largo In Mill
n'lcr hi lig warned not to do so
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Visiting tiiiiipiinioiii ttolniiiie by
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III 17 I 1! llltATION. Heej
Hie llln Im; question on paxo two
or this Issue Can oii giioan w hut
II'h uliout Hoe nuiim plan) lomor
low fm mono new dope. 10
Aduirtlslng pas. Try It and nee.
Ma) lie the fashion designers nro
fltoamshlp l'ollx Tmuslq. passing ( plotting false whiskers for one of tho
through tho canal on August ISlh now winter modes.
lien flay was n piscnger to
Klamath Palls on Trlday ccnlng's
Perry Wilson of Keno attended
business matters In Worden Satur
day. It. P. Stlffler Is busy Reeding
wheat on his ranch near the Klam
T. II. Downing Is engaged In
plowing preparatory to next spring's
Champ "MrCollum and crew of
helpers arc filling a large sllo for
Mrs. Kltle (lordon, who spent tho
nummer In California, has returned'
to her homo at Whrdon.
Ilcrt Cross, a soldier In tho Phil
llplno war, who left hero about If!
years ngo. Is laltlng rclathes of
John Chapman hat returned home
and holds tho position of major-
apartments of Chapman and Co
It It. ltamsey, who lm been with
the Topsy lumber eomp.iny was a
lrtlm of an accident recently. He
11. K Chapman, I) I Ronton and
C J. MrCollum. appointed npprals
em of W. 13, Ronton estate, were
In the Oklahoma country Saturday
apralslng cattle now on pasture In
ITlirarc and Constantinople horrors
domo In tho well-regulated bachelor of Asia Minor.
I.I.OYI) (SKOltRi: STATK POMCV
MANCHESTKIt. Oct. 1C t.lo)d
George In an address here today
g.io no Intimation of liU plain
or program as It had been adopted,
but explained tho government
course In tho Near Kat crisis, say
ing the object was- to maintain the
freedom of the Dardanelles to pre
vent war from spreading to Kurnpe
and to pioent n repltllton of
ho trouble of securing photographs
of the same In order that the people
may know tho kind of a man Pierce
I. 1 hae drawn no eoucluvlons
from the record, but Jtno merely
ghen them to the people lint thej
may draw their own conclusions If
the facts of Plerco's rotten trausar
tlims nre 'mud slinging' tho fault lies
with the transactions thrmsohts and
not with me.
Whj .Not Pillow Slip?
"Plerco Is quoted lis t-a!ng that
If this Is the wont act ho had eier
done he could cxrett lo go to lic.nea
In a 'white sheet.' I think under tho
clrtiimstanre.s that the 'white sheet'
Is ery iiood. but If Pierce had hail
the proper amount of shame for !iIj
land board transactions ho would at
lean hao added a 'pillow slip' to
coor up his face."
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