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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. M I' It It A V
Thlrtv ror are not a stiffiolt'iit num
ber uioii which to hno nil annuel' ndiilny H-n
imcs ismnti'il upon uIIckiiIIoh ot
to a llal uliostlon.
llflCMI llll'lt offend-
'd, iiiul onh 10 un'in'ii In iln whole
ti umiiii In. tiofttiilili to know iniiiiii tln tiioiiorttun "no im.o
nioio about now ortousl. mill ior m,u ami si:ii. woinou. inn uio up
Mm V i. ImvIii itiul lint' soil
Itotibio lrt on ttio ttntit KNilm t-r Hi
i.... i,.n.' ,i iim.i ii. ifpiin-. of nm- . . ... 1 1, .niii.i iiiiiitii-it mux li n- Unu I'rnnolsro wiihio 1ii will M1
mil. ll'll .1 iiiiii iiii nm n' -' i I .- iii ii i.i-i.i-.-- .
Published dally except Stituliiv l m-ulur couplr was eoiinlilonM 1'eforn pnttlotl n N-u) It I itn mml of
TiO llerulil I'll l.llh in s Ciutipili or .. .. .. ,.., rr,,,ti l. Is ,., ,.1,,..l...l fnrt In iluorii. i-iimh
to bo hoped that tliH mm bo Imiiid- rioijiu'iith iittilerhltiii tlio rntuoU'
oil n tlio simoi i iloM'loiioil Hut i fir-, of 'ilonoitiou" mill ollioi for
" '"' " m ai. iimii.
nboii iiiuuK-iiiilv iiiuirociiiibli', miii oi mn '.in u',i ,,
, ,, ,, i, ".i ! . r ibi.ii. '""B nut
1 iii'. miii i ulii' lo pill f b.ii ln "ii " i I I u it l',!,.rnt,
l.i it tbu i ' I "I mn(.i II r r i , ' "; liter
I'tiot nmtiliition off.m ill IU f i I ' mil- I m i ,i II , "'
ti, I bullet Ii of I ii"ll U llllllU '"''Him
Klamath Kail, at 115 Fourth street
' l llooiipr hoiipl'l Ii" r
st. 'i V rattle from l.tuu utI In t
iir-l of lllr Midland in o lo ii
tended tlio iliUlio (It Uni J I" I lliliiill
Kntnred nt tlio mxtofflce nt Ktiwi-
sxth Fatls, Ore . for tranimlculon thru it appeal ilint 50 ior coin of tlio mnl allegation.
Ike mulls an second-class matter couple In iiipimn illil not MKo tlio , nM, vxou', nhimlmne out tn
anu Ulml of uniiKoiuonts a point of li(p, f inipoiiitiit Molnl pioblom lionio IiimI Krlilay.
ddr Va "he Un'ltwl StaU'"" '" ' lnHnilbllll wlib'li It uM xoom f w (r tfM,,i a, , , ,.m,.,i Mm ,M .1 Morrlnoii I- boro mlin;
n.. rM. 15 00 tnlPl" liuo bVtn iIIm'0 civil 111 n ,,, vx blott tho lit t It tulo of swili-Witi roul tmr fittlior ami inotlioi Mr .tint Mm
.50 courtship of roa'onablo iluratlon. B(1 pt,-i,..,oil. on tlio pail of our I I) llonp'T
lUw'mlon l not tho solo purport" of ,t,c ,.ntorialiu.i ttmiuil tlio Itintl-
Mrmbcr of ih AswlntctJ Trts ilf , x ,, ,lu, ,,, ..lxo t0 tt roprv- ,in f mnrilai:,. rontrlbiitos lo ox- sl'I.MINS Is .IIJ lJ i'.IMI'.
The AasoclMcd Press Is vxcluboljr .., .i,i..,.hi nmiuiriinn ni thu i-.. .i....- v ...1...111 ....
STliw'dlMchM'credUM'Vo"" 10l""s w,,toh ,,sl,u", '""I ""' !,'om, of tho 'Till On .My Way to llono" o A StonrtiH of till U N In ro
-Jf not othorwtso crodltoil in this pa- '" -r "i'."w "","" tl'o hi ioiisi no not oinpiinniio uio c,,(pt ,,f n ooitiiiilnHto'i rrom 1110 1 -11111-
far, and also locnl news published other hubauds and lo.s illffoiod In -hihiiiv or tho tlo. Tho nioilon pic-
afcweln. HKos and dlsllkos which do not up- tuns aio far from kiiIIUohh In tlio
L10' """,C!l,,on ?' "Pf ponr in tho record. ot which oiikIu miiiio ...mid Mii-j .Uoic. I.iim Hii-
"'"- -... . -ww . ... t ....1.-1 1 !... I....l ..i.i. .1 ..-1..I .. ...!
Ill UUtt lll'l'll V l'l lltlUVM 111'IHI 1'ililllll. lll-.Ill llUlK'liilf 1 til 11141 II II lillKi illHI
Tor illustration, nlnoteon wives unit nudlonros alwuis I.iukIi appnolatho-went-ono
lmt.ind did not want Ij. If fin no other louson than to
children. After marrlapo Is lather appear to bo trot Idly w Im. If mar
too Into to lnako such an Important 1 Intro and dliorco r undo to stent
dtsroieri lis this. On (he whole, it iimusliiK, of coumo It Is a plalttUUo to
Anatj sis of a ton-day dliorco court will appear that tho mince. "Muny In sa ihni thii wil" not bo taken .rl.
record made M" Judtro Galons ircvnt- hoto and lepent at leisure," has been oul ii we despair of tier ob-
lv ma; not furnish material upon vindicated at le.i-i In pert taiul'it: accurate data on this head-
which to baso a '..elusion. r laic oromirtlon of divorces were ' " '"ii n sur.y" Tho b-
TlTtI).V. Jt'NK '21, tlll.
STl'I)lf. I.V PlVOItCK.
Himilor In Chief of the Cmml nn
Of the llopulilli. nimo'nil'K' h''" 1"
olio of his allies do I'litnp Tills In a
slKtntl ills'lnctlon of Mr stinrns as
there Is Imt one such appointment t 1
each state. It canio ontlrelv m 11 nr
prise and Mr Stonrn i c . to
account for his slivtlon l. im
tlnmilshed nost of honor in the
Keel Crown is the "Gimollne of Qn.ility"
bcc.nisc it in Ntnilulit-diKtilleil, nll-tcfmcty
i:nsolinr with a contlmiotis chain o( boiling
points. Mixtures luvc "lioles" in the power
"Kel Crown" with its full ami unbroken
chain cf Itollini; points, kivch easy Ktartinu,
quick nttil smooth acceleration, tlejienilable
power and loni; milear.e. Look (or the Red
Crown li;n before yon fill.
tTANDAMI) Olt. COMPANY (Cl,nl,)
Th Mtne Is Koltlt'e sbor.
ilili for ion '" d si(i -
throuci whi-'i to formulate a remc- rTTntt,A ,, to,ltis of eruol-y ami KnnlnPs of tloin.'silc Itifellctty are ,iono l-fore th- Klktt K-t h. n
d. but it l likely to help. There Is
desertion Hut these In thotnselios
.v. .....luliiler.ililt' u be tluced in thin AugUM SI. 1 ' Jtld It! U'li.H ai
a crivt Irck of p-ivie Information ' " in
on tho snbjiM. of tho kind which tneanlncles words. Cruelty may ,t g ,,,., ,).,,.. K,IOt, ,,;, (0
Ju.'fo C.ateas is patherin?. and to coni-lM of almost anythins UVarlne ,, M ,., ,mu a ,.,.,; ,,,
which he promises to add in the fu- ' I" " been eonslitor- , .. .,. ,nnill t,rivua ,Miii..
ture. It is now r.'copnlied that the "'I extreme cruoltv wblci, we atsreo ,,,, Tlii , )Ut tJ (aelf motv ()f
rrvper utoundwork for reform Is a " " " there are at least a ,t. , ,,, u toto lt, ,,,,,. rlW.
-snney." and if other jmUes shnll thousand other forms of cruelty no- ct.r1l ,, ,, ,, M.unlv Cll.
loltow the example set here In Tort- ceptable undei an ola.stlc statute. ,,,,, bx1( t,,UKlUu, llm, ,,.
land, rnd InUmate data shall bo col- Desertion nulte freijuently If not al- ,,Urf,lrul)lll,K l)f ,n,. ,lhorr, ,. ,IIUt
lectcd coerinc a wide territory and V ! he true reason for to- ,v.0 ,. no n ,Ip ,oliii llrni, ns(1(,
a considerable p-Ul of time. It Is P-1 separation It Is the commonest a!! a JoK, .,.t the ".surieys" ko on -possible
that cood will come of tt. all'Satlnn in eolluiHe dlioiVo case tIwaVs f c,,,,,, w a Uv,x ,
The Unitoil States census bureau These two cau-es account for most of c(mMrucll r,.formator ncllnuwhe,,
rt-entlr 5d a bulletin covering ,he i P"" J.i.Iko Oa- ,,lrIllHt. ,,, htU(. b( BCClimu.
the xear 1916 and comparisons with en and for 00 ' r "nt of n" th, late.l -Oxonian.
.. ... fc , ,.., otvorces framed in tlio I nlted Slates
other years, which showed an alarm- .,,.. , .
inK increase in incident- of divorce n Zl r i ", T. ""' Whateier vour ,. may be K.vo
in the who'e con.r The rate In '? b"" ,hf ocal " anJ the mineral water . thorouKlf trial
that year -was 112 per 100.000 of tho- l 'he whole nation as to dl- ut the Hut Sprint: iloth House It
population, by comparison with only
eighty-'ou- in 1906 and fifty-three
in 1S96. Back in 1ST0. in the old-laTiior.e-J
times It was only twenty
elght. lint the census. contentlnR It
self with dull and relatively uninspir
ing figures, does not cive even a
Kltnipr- of underlying causes, such
as tnav be obtained from study of
Judge Gatens analysts. The feder
al authorities, for example, are un
able to tetl us how many wles
-worked in painful occupations after
marriace. These In Portland num
lvrd 'hlrty In a total of fifty-five.
54.5 per cent of the whole. Only
en who were employed before
marriage, we learn, save up their
work In favor of their new duties.
So it appears here so far as frag
raentar figures show, that "econom
ic tndenondence" does not promote
better domestic relations, and that
the notion that women marry In or
der to be supported is a mistaken
one. If may or may not be true that '
where the wife earns a salary the
llusband's sense of responsibility be
come atrophied As to this, we
shall be slow to dogmatize upon the
Dafeis of isolated facts. The same Is
true as to the theory that the su
perior opportunity which the wife
-who works, has for meeting other men
bTeeds Jealousy In the husband and
discontent on the part of the wife.
mi mi tt i 1 in
lniurnncc Company of Nm rV
hi .-.n, -- ii 1 ! o .f' ''
R. A. WINZLER. Spccinl AKcnt
eVer Wish for a
- 4 - H
ML; ta 1 t .
v"'?m(V'.-.' 7 "&i
Weihiewlay & Kiitunlay
.lee L. I-ikUj- Present
AIm a Mack Sennett Cometiy
"HKR FIRST MISTAKE"
THK rVLhauUFA'KKK COM f AW
7 People 7
"THE REIiOVKD IMJ'OfiTER"
AIw A Hidaey Drew Comedy
'All For. the Love Of a Girt"
Admission 10 A 15 cent Matiaee
2.30. KTeaJntta 780 9.
The Gem has a soft, comfortable, velvet feel
it leaves your face cool and refreshed.
The convex edge- of the Gem Damaskeene
Blade fairly glides across your face removing
the toughest stubble and the tendcrcst growth
with velvet-like smoothness.
Wc tell the complete Gem Damaikeenc Razor outfit for ft.
The outfit include the razor, jeven Gem Damaskeene
Blades, shaving and stropping handle-all in a hand
some leather els?. Come it end gtt your Gem to-day I
Baldwin Hardware Co.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUKSDAYH AND SATURDAYS
Saturday, June 28, 1919
Two miles from Klamath Falls postofflce, on Snlpplngton
paved road, I will offer for aalo my herd of choice dairy
Htock the result of several years careful breeding and weed
ing out, and the equal of any In the county. Comprised of
cowii, bulls, heifers, uteers and calves galore. Also hogs,
breeders and porkers; one large bay gelding, dairy machinery,
Bteam boiler, kettle, stoves, cans, etc.; bay rack, bob-sledi,
Al) sums under $20, cash; all sums over f 20, bankable
notes, five months, at 8 per cent.
Five per cent' discount for casb on sums over f 20.
F. C DeChaine, Owner
C. a. MElUtlMy, Auctioneer.
ITS A POOR DOCTOR
Who Won't Take His Own Medicine
THAT'S WHY WE ARE USING THIS SPACE TO TELL YOU
WHAT JOLLY LITTLE BUSINESS STIMULATORS HERALD
WANT ADS ARE AND WHY THEY GET RESULTS
THERE IS NO GUESSWORK about a Herald Want Ad. They
do the business. We know they pay. Our customers have
told us so time and again. We have used them ourselves and
they have never failed to get results. They are the short cut to a
quick turn-over the modern method of merchandising on a small
scale, where the value of the article to be sold or the importance of
the want to be filled will not justify a heavy outlay.
If you had something to sell, trade or give away and went out
on the street and told each person you met about what you wanted
to do, you might get results but the people you talked to would
be very likely to say : "That poor fish has bats injiis belfry." If,
on the other hand, you used a Want Ad, you would talk to the
whole county at once, instead of only one person, and do it in a
The same rule applies to hiring help, renting a house, looking
for a job, or any one of the important little incidents of life where
you must call in the assistance of someone outside your immediate
family. You MIGHT get results by telling your troubles to the
neighbors but the certain, quick and economical way is to use
a little classified ad.
Do you want to buy, sell or trade, want to hire help or find
work ; do you want to find a room, a house to rent, or to rent the
same to someone else; do you want to call attention to some new
feature of your business, seek information on some subject, or
have you any little unfilled want? '
USE HERALD WANT ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING
Up W&jl&J( fm
w LI 7 ft m. tturJra ZZ U Bl
rS m i US E SsutTa 7 1 M Bi
fit! SB e 111
gf ja J Gasoline of Quaity I B
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