The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 01, 1922, Page Page Six, Image 6

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OHEGON
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Sails From Florida to N, Y.
HERE'S MONKEY'S SIDE FOR FIRST TIME
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Our 'iiiilliutcil Uiiicii.mr
Slio was from Urutnn; ho from
Oklahoma "You hmc traveled a
r.ronl dcnl In tho weal have you not.
Visa Union?"
"Oli, yes, tndpcil In (California
niul Arizona ami own in New Mcsl-
I'll."
"Anil illd yon evor eee (he Cher
0I.00 Strip?"
Tkoro wns n painful silence, bui
finally slio looked over lirr glosses
Hi htm nnd said: "Sir. I deem yw..
question exceedingly rnde."
itv Tin: M"v i:i:voutics:
What ihics n monhcy think ntio.it ?
i Is In- prom! or bolnn railed tho an
; rcstor of tho lu'tnau race?
There question I put to the tend
Inn monkey In Klamath l'(lls nnd '
tho following la the first nnthrnll '
I iatorlew on tho subject:
j "Day by dnjr In every way t nm
! rrowlng clooiuli-r and gloomier." h
,' said, pressing It I dolorous fjee
j pRatnsl the bar et the too cape, nu.t
.lulin V.tJo nays respect grandpa's
memory forget his methods.
All tho education In tho world
can't prevent a man making a fool
of htiutolf lr ho Is determined to do
o.
There lias hoen n good ileal of
iiRltnlinn for tho past few jeara
nhout ft now motto far the coin of
the realm. Personally, we have,
lonnlnnu toward "Abldo With Mo." I
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Sam: What do yon miss monti
nliicc you moved out Into the roun-
try? '
I'ste: "Trains?"
It's a Komi thins that most of the
nuto drivers on tho roads arc decent.
The few who are not make trouble
enough.
i honklnK hit lull .irivmd a ro-mntont
' l.ml. I
I w.-to'i the human race pass byj
and they took me (especially on'
jSundJ) nad holiday) tike some-1
thing any decent monkey would hes-:
Hate to claim kinship with. ,
"The thins that rile mo la their;
conversation thets disagreement !
over Mr. Darwin's idea about men '
and monkey having a common an-1
fester. Some look at me with pit),
and others with worn.
"I den't give a roroanut what they
think! Maybe. Mr. Darwin wan right
If he was. I'm horribly ashamed.
"After looking over the human
rai'o. I'm glad to say I'm a monkey.
Von may qouto mo for thu:. If the
people I see arc a sample of what
education does. I'm Bind we never
had a echool board In m.caatlve
JunKle.
"I hear them rhattering about
apartments, aud I contrast my
happy tot with theirs. My airy.
roomy rase has the average flat
backed off the boards.
"They're always dlriissing clothes
(especially tho ladles). And when
they're dret.ed up meit of them
look like monkeys I mean
scarecrow. I'm ftlad I don't have
to wear fork and collars and ath-
S&teuw,,
Mil. MoNKKY
'What's thN "rnlilliltlon I hoar so
much nbotil'.' I'mr human heliis'i,
hut a lot they hnvo to contend
with' Thr)M ie better off eased
and let ui monkeys see whether our
branch o( th- family can't do some
thing to make our common fore
father proud of us. It's a sadly mix
ed up world. You'll have to excuse
me new I'm going to split a cocoa
nut 'with a friend.'
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MlSllOl'I.A, Molil , No I The
i 'i'i lly ill .Moiil.iu.i M nut .tun 'Into
ollt'l.' fnolli,lll ;illin, II Joint ttlei'l
in of the tilumul of the nnlMO'slly
' i. 'id tho sliito eiilli'iio it nil the drilled
iiin or tho nien'n cyiiiiiiisluiii, are
'iiii'iiiii; tho I'WIItH tlint will (oalllle
1 ii ti it it il lloniecoinlnc wei' ut llin
, CiilM'islly oT .Miititntiu Hits your The
,.i'i'lv'i lelehnilliiii will i lose Hiillir
iln. NuVembor It, with the I'ulioi
lt -Aitr.lo fnollmll itollie.
j Tho commlitoo It rharno of Hilt
m ii-'h fosllvlllns itntloJii.itc mi uu
I ii'iinlly latRo crowd of IkIIom, iiihI
aie iiiuliliiit llielr phiiis in .'orilinr.h
I V ni'oli.il I lulu will lirlUK I lit"
j iillcitc Hindi tils to .Mlstuiiilu on Arm
I Initio I'uy, when Iciillis lopiehenlini
Mio tun stuto liiktlliitloiis will i la .It
' u the football tlotil
i Ml ot I lio iinljrxlty'n mm Imllil
l nr will bo upon for disport Ion ilm
I in: lloiiii'-comltiR, iilltiolinli ni'lio
I llii'tu will be , completed lielor"
I'ei i mlirr I The fnt mill ih'dli iitinn
't the mi" it KXiiiiiflniii will iilni'
inKe pliuo A do'lli iitlim il.inii' will
t'i' III III 111 tile CVi'lllIlK
11 Ih plilllltlltc llllll II litpllllllllllt'
fn ulnmili fli'lil iln.v will ho lii Itl In
tlin linn Hint; of Ilm iliiv of llio foul
llllll KIIIHO, to lIl'll'lllllMI' HllMllllltl'lll
in of I tin iwu i In "i'ii An i I'l-tiuili-loni'il
illmiiT fur llio iiIiiiiiiiI mid tor
III, I' HtlllltMlN o lli'lll lolli'lton will
lie held III lln oi Illni. nflor tho
name,
i.i.us ,rri:.NTHiN
liiltliilliMi mid Binokor Tliiii-mliiv
nnliiit, Nov 2nd Vlnltlnr i:ih
weU'lilllii llv older of lnlled Hllli'l,
I . II K MOM Vi:it. Hoi")
Jlnther tloosn llioad Have llio
w tapper iiml I'.et n sled "7-1
Big Jazz Ball
At Malin
SATURDAY, NOV. 4
Chicken Supper t Mnliti
Hotel
All Ctuulidntcs Invited
fv.
Etch with raatarta. Captain Clyde O. Hilton (!nt) piloted tail frill
MCfoot Mlllnc ciaft thrcush Atlantic storms from fit. l'ctcrnl'urc, lis..
, to Nnw York harbor la (') days. Atid ho mvs ho'll trv ;t ocalnl
Idaho Awarded Cup
The Klamath I'.ill. Mn, ti'iil.ln In
cat. No I ITS. .s not aUlliated with! '"" '"lleRp. 'Un
like I "'" l'r',rnl Labor Council and does tlilrl Mmess'xe : n.
ui'i cnuor-e ict vt ime tor ma)ur ' ,.rsii) (r ld..!i, h
It. I( .MlllllilMIN. Me i .,
I" W S CONW.INH. I'ns
MOSi'OW. I :..lio. Nov. I The
lints. ti ii of l.i.i'i.i ha i r ii ti.v,l
oil the rup t-fr i . I I'., the llam.nl
club f Hpokat'.i'. Wash . for the bct
spi rtnittflshlp. cheering, singing nnd .stunt
the best stunt piv-iented at the a i- i Idaho's ftiint co'inMed of n Ihl-w
nual football Kane lieiueeu ih.- Iilnhu '"ml tiitnii'd on the t'i I I
I'nmrslty of Id'li'i and V.ihIiiu"Ii m I.-.'v.mi haltes liy the student., Th
I i t'i s s-.u'c luiitest, Idnho !' r
i I ii lie o'lt ot n po alti'o prrli'i I
mre or l." iii in The winner of
I'e iiin was dertili d by three JiidK
i'ii, who Iiml four totes eat Ii u
Mp.)rumunihlp. cheering, songs, n" !
i U!. Willi II Will
tettc underwear and
like that.
abominations
.nee its p. r:
..ir hi ir's III' nun fi.i .t the p"ini.iiit mil 'n.
I' ,ii itie I ' mum it p. II I mi' the woi I ! i'i i ,
Ii II KTlliliil In II. I'. I..' Tie- W.l.lllllK'iHI '
n .ill- nil tit. i,i!l .' -.tii.b nls f. ruled a iiimi I
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It is Time
To put a new lop on thai auto. We
have a man who lias had years of ex
perience in Auto Top shops of San
l'Vaneimi and can iiuarantue work of
hiIi quality promptly completed.
The beauty of your ear depends on
the top, hut the comfort, also i.-i in
creased by storm-proof eovcrine;.
CONNOLLY BROTHERS
IICJ Minn SI i en I'linno lltt-W
Herald classified ads pay yon.
wssir.asnrasgigoaaajrrgyrrfiCTixgCTtf
Trouble Willi VIc
An eastern editor says that a mnn
out west got himself Into troublo)
bp marrying two wives. I
A western editor replied by assur-
luf his contemporary that a goodi
many men in that section have done
tho satni) by marrying one.
A northern editor reports that
qulto a number of hit acquaintances
found trouble by merely promising
to marfy. without going any further.
A southern editor says that n
friend Mif his was bothered enough
by simply being fo.und In company
with auuthiT man'K wife.
"The tnat aj drank In silonco,"
wrote tho teacher on the black
board.
'Uauiec. correct that sentenro."
i.ho said. '
.lames went to tho hoard and
tcrawlod, "The toast was) ate in !
h licit."
0 ('. Italia Kny about tho worst pen
ally, that rnuld bo put unto amnio
hlrdrt would bo to make them an linn
cut living.
'I'll I (lie Tiulli
A priiinliioul local 'department
tdoru' lecontly ndcrtisod; "Sox
first II i;i u Mnco tho war l!i e wull
kiiiiwii' blank brand, pure thread silk
mix 5!) cunts. They won't last long
in llils prlco."
They wero right. I hotiKht a
pair.
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"IMpn, wlmt do you call n mnn
who runs an automobile?"
"jt depends on how near lie comes
In hitting mo."
Hal Oglo saya it Is really wicked
to huto anybody extcpt iho chap who
chillers tiji jour radio einiug with
u political tpiei'li.
Mother (loni'il llrcnd Save tho
wruppor and Kut a hied. L'7-l
YOUR WINTER'S
WOOD
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Save Repsdrs
Paisit'Now
It Costs More to Rot a Building
Than to Paint It
BOTH .. 'Al.'sfc.,,', JMUUlLJX.aXi:2iXUjatt3XUII
2 Rounds of Boxing
SCANDINAVIAN HALL, Klamath Falls, Oregon
TUESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 7
A GOOD way to determine
how much it cots to rot a
building is to find out how much
lumber, needed to repair or re
build, would coat.
You'lJ find that it costs several
times as much a the paint which
save repairs. I'aint mr build
ings when they need it. Rolling
jiropcrty h W2icful and cslrsva
gant.
The moit economical paint, in
the long run, i. the best paint.
It's easy to apply oaves labor
cost. It covers moro area per
gallon than "cheap" paint.
TI.5 h-il pslnt irvc fo
j cars luni-r than "chtap" pj
ct more
paint.
Tho Let palat U economical L-
cimo It Is sci-ni.fic in formula and
pr'-parstiun. It u rieht.
V.'e'ie read" L t ainM fnr T.T )rar
to niri't the n.aih-r coii'litium in
the Vicit. Tie i. main l lie fint
mil-riaU-l'IONi:!:!! Willi J. I.KM).
pure lintrnl nil. pure 7'iw. and pum
color cnnbini d in i.rnfirjlljr ex.
set proportions villi lurg timo t'ill.
Free Advice
on Pc.Jr.tinB yv
Aii of j!tl fcr tlil't, JVJ
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flirn nt llf I'aiie I'oi ii at ttr; I'a,i.
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House Paints
PhocnU Pur Paint
Puro Prepared Par.1
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SACRAMENTO
MAIN EVENT, TEN ROUNDS
& Evans vs. Wildcat Weldy
Wimlson, Colorado
Wcijjht 1'IS pound?
Boicc. Idaho
Weiyht 1'IG pounds
SEMI WIND UP, FOUR ROUNDS
JACK HARMON, Pittsburg, Pcnii., 145 lbs.,
vs.
JOE BLACKBURN, Mudford, Ore, 145 lbs.
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KID BIEIIN vs. TOUCHY ANDERSON
Both of Klumnth Falls. 1 rounds. Fly Wuicths
SPECIAL EVENT, FOUR ROUNDS
ELMER HAMMER, San Jose, Cultf., 121 lbs.
vs.
JOHNNY OWENS, Portland, Orcj.on, 118 pounds
LADIES WELCOME, RESERVE YOUR TICKETS Tickets on Sale at WALDROF BILLIARD PARLORS
GENERAL ADMISSION, $1.50; War Tax 15c Total $1.65
RESERVED RINGSIDE SEATS, $2.50, War Tax 25c Total $2.75
JOHNNY HOUSTON'S ORCHESTRA
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DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tom Plays It Safe
BY ALLMAN
should have your attention. '
Cool weather and storms!
force prices up.
Our fuel is tho best, our
prices are rteht on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama
oack. Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
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