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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1919)
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THE, EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
... u...iijflllTH ON MMVlli IMM'ISNI
Mili TIIK I'WH'I OK TIIIH !ITV AM) Vl
" u 4ll O.MINH OK MM.VIIj FOI.KH.
HlKlit They report u nplutidfil (rip
liim (. .IriliiiNiin will Iciivc for hi
Miimiiifr Iioiiik (in Itfrrcutlori Cn-yk
nrly tiiinomiw innriiliiK, where lie
will Julii I.Ik f.nnlly over the week
JIIkh Ofnil llurvoy arrived In dm
Uly from Anlilnml yentenluy urter
iiimiii iimi ,fi HiIh iiionilriR for Kofky
Point, wliere xlic will upend tlie m-
niHliiiliir if the Huiiiiiior with her n.
..... u.umimI IIWIIllllH Willi frIittlltM III l?tl
,..IVC(I H'"' ""
i-flfd hM w." ".. ,1,,,, .I,,, hut Ki-no, OniKon.
witi fH"nf ,....., ultli Urn " J. K. HoKiirn iiml wlfii from Heaver ,,,r' Ml',', '"I" Harvey
eWpld ,. n Hun Kniiiflit- Mum, Win., witro pmmiiKrH on the Jerry lU'rlln niturned limt hikm
,diJodt con p Crater l.aKn Mngu IhU morultiR. from u hunlni'M (rip o Sun Krunciico.
UootKomcry rulurnoil yfl Um Mm. J. K, Hlllim clrovn In Mr. Joseph Hinlth Id rirsponm, to
lilt with her hunlmiiu j,y rBr- ytrdny from Hucmmunto
XilH Miw "
TL.h.ri . nlo of Mr. an.
tDlfgruin telling of her nlnter'n rl.
! for an outing trip In thin county. ,oun lllnvui, left on (be (rain tblm
J M. It. (Jrlnbrrgrr. Mm K. It lrl- morning for Bt. 'ul.
bergcr, Margaret Nluhnnii urn! Violet Mr, and Vim. Mow who are In the
llrown uro a party of tourliUi from dtr from Wltchlta, KanM, am
Portland who ar unimlng thru hor ttolnklnr wirlonaly of locating In Kla
thli'wock. th ". Mr. and Mra. Dow aroi
I Nick Morran.of tun Houllmrn larf-i nwwljr murrled and uro making ihi.1
Iwnrfrtd IXi'tI. w ' "'ln Ml" 0 conij'uny, Is a gutt lo Klnmath woneymoon trip.
' ",. mul ' WP o Crater Ukc A. ,.. nitcberson. a cattleman from '
!J,f4r. Dr. Anil Mra. Wlllard Smith, of " J,l' tlon In In town for a few1
v mi Mm. J. A. Jtbnuon, one rhoimlx, Arizona, uro Htiipplng In tho ''"J"- '
i..u o( KUmMh Knll". re ':ty for n fihort (line. " Kernr returned to hln home In
"" k hooo thtther!!'iiitlo v.111, J B. I'uckett and M. A. I'uckntl K,no "t-?rcluy uftr looklnx ofter
",lal" : '. ... h..,.iih ore hero from Portland on bimlneM. bualnwa mratero horo.
(J W. It win canm In on the train ..,,"" " "
limt lilKht from lnihiiendence. "' """ r..wvft MK1.H,.
V HlHi'inore mid J Kmmitt HIhc-
aaaaaaav aaaaa aaaaaaaaar .- .tfuSI ' Hi fl 11 1 tf? pay. .aiaiay,a,ayB I pj"
... i Jhnon neuiin.
J, d Mr.. H. K. Smith, after n
,Md.rfBl .utomobllo lour .U n
BMlk through WartlnRlKi-irtOir.
L hirer turned home Mr wnl h
M (hit lhy h traveled 1M2
!! darlnic the month ami enjoyed
Hli f f
mora were ilovn limt nlKht from Kort
Klamath to attend the lilt; i:il meet
(i. M lli.nan and I'IomI Miller, of
,terj ralnnle of the trip. llovevir. ,.(ir, rttllI(1, ),,,! n, county neat
l, rtporff Wd roaiU Rem rally uirti- vllI, y,.htt.rluy.
oil Oron and vry Kol '';', l , Mr. unit Mm. .1. A ll.iker rami.
the state of Whlniftnn iU.uii from their hume at tli.i Klam. , .rlll(m
John, younKW "" ' '"ra "" ' run .Ki'iirv yeaieiiiav on ihniiic-.
Tirlor of this city ami finindon of It K. I'onrtiiitii wan a iiaNxeiiKer or
VIn Mary TUlly who wi operated lam lllKlit'n train fioni ICntr, Toxat
fSunlar mornliiK b' Dr Warren V.-rn Hull, of i;u3eni! Ik l'i lliu e!t
for it hrief vlalt.
n) Y.i ebnry funl V K. MrUtuiih
lln, are la tonn fri in !Jv ret', . '-s'
I). M Mel.emoro C Itecno ami Mr
ami Slrn (' A. Miller are up fro-.
San I'KincliCi) for a vUlt In Klnnat!
Mm. I'. Dyer, of Horlieley. Cnllijr-
en Sun tar mo1
lloot U rKtiverlMB
Kr, K, I I.awrtnce and fa mil v
ileal villh Jennie and Marcirnt Wll
oa loatc Tor Aihlaml tmlny hero
lifr IH rni1 a week or no rnmpInK
Is the hill
MH Florence ('tirlitnnn and Mint
. . .. ... .1... ....l ..a Chi.
ElyoWlC ICIl inn iiiirmii i"i j"
Another cine of tho popular hocIuIk
that have of lato heen Riven by the
i.pworth f.eiiKUe wan held last nlKht
at the home or Mr unci Mm H IX
Pelt on Walnut street About thlr-t-flve
ruentu were preHnt and t.ie-u
wen. entertained liy a novel auto
race Imtu.-i'II u Colo A rpn . ... .1 ..
I lie former won. am'il Hi..
ureiitem in. rrlmeiit of thiiM- p.irtlci
in fin. Mnn oilmr i,.imM ..ri. puy.
ed and iheno helped to make the i,n
onalon one of tho moat pliusurenhL.
or the many heii ,j u,,, incuo
Itefrtntimrntfe worn urod and Mrs
t'elu (mil- kooiI nlKht to a crowd of
Ji.pliy ('.Ik who dcelnred her to I.
'n Jolly i-ond hostees."
nt c.iim'cki:.s citv.
Frmelico, nhern they will make tin (n C(lu, , ,., ,, llU.UVn nnUt
tittnJeil Tlolt Ilcth Klrln wern edu
rated In the Klamath county nchooln
ill ire well known hero. Mli
forutman hi heen emtitoved In the
law office ofll. M Maiming for vome
Hlne liilllo and Kmnit Telford
and will Irate unme tlnio today for
the CoiiKer Hummer home on Ke
creation Clrnk, for a varallon vln
1.. JohiiHou. of Kloux I'u 1 1 , In here
on a Micallim
MIh Alice McCoiirl Iiiib returr.-i.
from a ueka vUlt with Mrn llurhert
LONDON. Aiib 1. voluntver
army under (Jeneral Denlkenn. antl
liolBheMk leader, reported today
that they had Kcored another lctory
Tin.) captured the city of Poltnlii,
alonK with a Rival (tuantlty of Mores
Ntiraed to their home In (Jrantu McCarthy at Iiuiumiiilr, California
iPim ifU'r a vlilt with Mm. Telforil, Mlmt Twlla Head and MIh Mario
it her home on Con a or Avenue McMillan droe up from Oakland
fry Howe In homo after n llt of Caliromla, nrrlvliiK hero late lant
Are you KettnK ready? Whv, don't
you know that the Klkn are "comlnR
on AiiKURt H, 15 and 1C? Now ret
Iti;AD IIKIIAM) AD- IT PAYS
Let Us Help to Plan Your Vacation Trip by
Selecting Your Traveliig Bags and Suit Cases
"SPREAD OUT YOUR MONEY"
when purchasing for your outing a common fault is to spend all
one's time and attention on clothes, neglecting entirely one's
Luggage conveys a silent but forceful message at the train or
depot in hotel or guests' home. Is it not most embarrassing to
have conspicuously cheap or shabby luggage?
Spread out your money when purchasing your vacation outfit,
then you'll not overlook the under-priced and masterfully finished
bags, suit cases and trunks at
Central Outfitting Co.
Ninth and Main Streets
The Store of Service
If your prescription bear the Star label, you may rest assured Jhat the ingredi
ents are fresh and full strength, and that they have been properly compounded.
Only well-seasoned, registered pharmacists fill prescriptions at the Star.
r U Costly Neio
Zi.!z& ,te,t, "
WE CARRY ALL
KINDS OF TALC
15c to 85c
'Air... -,,... I e.
SOME OF THE
THEY SELL AT
$1.00 PER COPY,
AND OF COURSE
YOU WILL WANT
SOME ON YOUR
NEXT WEEK END
i i f.
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T TALC 1
gives every woman
who loves a rare Der-
fume, Ihe opportunity to
know and enjoy a talc
having a wonderful, costly
odor at a price unusually
low. Take Jonteel horn
with you today.
TODAY TEEPHONE PROPERTIES ARE RETURNED
After a year of Federal control, the telephone properties, which
makes up the Bell Telephone system, is today returned to its own
er by the United States government.
While the property has been properly maintained, it is not the
same property which the government took over on August 1, 1918.
It is not as adequate for its job, or as well manned as it was; that
it js not, is in no way the fault of Federal control, which was evi
dently fair. It is due to causes for which neither the Government
nor the companies is to blame. A year ago today we were at war.
Labor and materials needed for both telephone optration and
construction were turned to military uses. Some materials were
so vital to the carrying on of the war that even the work of provid
ing telephone facilities for the Government was retarded, and no
part of them could be spared for the commercial telephone pur
poses. No less vital was the Government need for those skilled
to create, maintain and operate the vast intercommunication sys
tems necessary in modern warfare, and in the conduct of vastly
increased Government services.
Thousands of telephone men were already at the battle front.
Thousands more were under arms, and still telephone experts and
skilled operators went into the service of the Government and
contributing industries by the .tens of thousands. The reserves ,
of plant and equipment were drawn upon until they were entirely
used up, and the staff was gradually depleted.
To find others to tako tho places of tlioso who had gouo was difficult; to train
them takes time. During tho ?ar camo Victory and tho Armistice, and instantly tho
business world sprang into lutenso activities. Tho demands for telephone service
passed all former records. To replace tho drafted reserves which had been carried for
Just such purposes, and to replaco skilled forces to meet this unprecdented emergency
thero began a rush for construction, for readjustment, for high pressure repairs, for
fevorlsh extentlons. All these must be continued with Increasing effort. Tho return
ot tho properties comes In the very midst of this race between on overpowering de
mand and an upbuilding ot a system whose growth was held back and whose forces
wore scattered by the vital needs ot war.
Much progress has been made In tho upbuilding of this system, but far more is
till required to meet the swift growth ot business; and also to give "first aid" to
every other business and every other service struggling against an unprecedented de
mand. The prosperity which creates this emergency in service creates also a scarcity
of those desiring employment In the service. Under such conditions telephone service
generally has not been and could not be up to a pre-war standard. It is beyond
human power to immediately overcome the handicap which the situation Imposes.
There are no people In any public or private endeavor who are working more power
lessly or strenuously for the common good.than those ot the telephone companies,
, Service has always been given, or ot It must be given .and it must be improved. That
' improvement In some cases wlU take months.. Eventually service must win the rata
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