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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1919)
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STANFORD IN fibKD
l4?dlni'cf ,Tl'st t,in th',n&' These dainty, ', tf
, VJA'OllJup crisp, dr-lieatcly saltuil Snow . ",
7 x Klnki's. Thoy 'aro sold fresh ' i f
everywhere in KPiilcd packages. f
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OBJECT Tl FEE
STANKOIID UNIVM1UHTY, Oct.
5i-0)'HHlll" ' IucIhIoii of
(ho board of tniHloi'H to rhargo tui
tion of f I" 'liinrtor lit Stanford Ih
,niiii: among tli Htudonls, urrord-
Ing to tlio Dully Palo Alto, tlio nu
j.. newspaper. "Tlio students'
vololt." lliuiiovHpiipcir nnlil ro
ccntly. '" a nilo Ih not far away
ifrom that cT t" alumni and fnc
' uiiy "
Objection ,0 lll m,w r,l"nK' "H
outlined ly Hi" l)n,y ,,", A11"' B
"To nnnounco at thlH tlmo that in
January tlio now system will take
effect Is not Just to thoso students
now roJlHtorcd .)t tho unlorslty,"
tho Dally I'alo Alto said.
"Tlio paper furtlior objoctod to
cbinglnK Stanford from n "froo
university," to n "pay-aB-you-onton
Tio foundlnB grant of tho unlvor
.lu is written by Mrs. Btanford, tho
newipapor notod, statos that "Tho
university linn boon endowed with a
tIow to offorlng Instruction froo, or
nearly frco, that It may roslst tho
tendoncy to stratification In socloty,
by kcoplng opon an avonuo whoroby
the deserving and oxcoptlonal may
rlso tbrouKh tbolr offorts from tho
lowest to tho highest stations In II to.
A spirit or cqunllty must according
ly be mnlntalnod within tho univer
sity. Tho trustoos ordered tho tuition
f i i ii r n i " "' V
Yes! If U'b truthful nnd you havo
Wo linvo sold sovoral hundred
dollars' worth of good iifiod Phono
graphs hIiico advertising our Dor
tins several days ago. Somo good
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
507 Muln St.
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO ORDER
BEST OP WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED
Prices' are very reasonable
Vour Inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
8JH Main St.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
to meet tho cost of handling an In
creased studont body nnd provldo
largor salaries for memben of tho
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct.24.
Tho finding of a passngo In tho Illblo
recently load Frank E. Harris of
Uonvor, Colo., and Jcsso P. Woke of
I'lko Springs, Ark., to nbnndon a
"prison strike" at the United States
Disciplinary rtnrracks on Alcntraz
(slnnd, San Francisco .bay, tho Fed
eral prison otllclals said.
Tho two men, said to havo boon
lenders among a group of "conscien
tious objectors" conllncd on tlio Is
land who hnd rofused to work, said
thoy dropped their trouble making
tactics when they noted this passage
In Romans XIII, verses 1 nnd2:
"Let ovory soul bo subject unto
tho hlghor powors. For thoro Is
no powor but of Oed: tho powers
that bo aro ordained of God.
"Whosoovor thoroforo realstGth
tho powor, roslsteth the ordinance
of God; and thoy that resist shall
receive to themselves damnation."
October 25, 1919
Malin Hall , ,
to commemorate tho founding
of Malln Sottlomont. Ablo men
will givo speeches on tho prog
ress mndo slnco tho founding
Everyone cordially Inyited.
Dobry orchestra will furnish
V. J. SPOLEK,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1919
Pan Ranch, Milo
Wo will RoU at Public Auction on tho P.
East of Merrill
1 team brown mares, 7 yrs, weight 2600; 1 team bay marcs, 9 yrs.,
weight 24G0; 1 block horso, 10 yrs. old, weight 1250; 1 bay horse,
yrs. old, weight 1100; B good milch cows and calves, 1 good holfor
calf. 1 owo lamb, 7 hood hogs wolghlng about 150 lbs. oauh, 1 brood
.sow and 0 pigs, 3 doz. chickens and somo pullots; 1 FordBon tractor,
" fenders, extension whoels and powor lift plow; 1 new Ken
tucky 14 disc drill with soodor, 1 now throo-soctlon harrow 'and
narrow cart, 1 16-ln. sulky plow, 1 new John Dooro mOwor, 1 Mc
Vrmlck mowor, about 70 tons of alfalfa hay, 1 now grlndstono, 1
jyi-in. Mitchell wagon and 2 hay frames, 3 good sots of hornebs,
1 15-in. swell fork saddle and bridlo, 1 DoLnvol croam soparator
sod about throo jnonths, houshold furnlturo, ote. f
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
- KnMf OP SALE All sunls undor 120.00 cash. AH sums over
20.00 a credit of 12 months will bo given at 8 por cont intorost.
ankablo note required botoro property 1b removed. 5 per cont dis
count for cash. .
MERRILL & MOORE, Auctioneers.
VOCHATZER RnOTHERS. Owners.
POMONA, Cal., Oct. 24. A seod
loss (lgh has been developed hero
by W. F. nolingor, after sovcral
years of labor Hortlculturallsts aro
said to regard It as a distinct addi
tion to (Ig culture.
Wednesday & Saturday
Popular Jazz Orchestra
TH BORDER LEGION
l Melodrama of tlio Lawless West
Iu the day of '40
l Keystono Comedy in Two Parts
HIS WIFE'S MISTAKE
Five Acts of Screen VaudcTillo
Admission 15 and 85 Cents
Classical Screen Drama
LADY WINDEMERE'S FAN
A Lyons and Moran Comedy
International Current Events
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
TEACH YOUR CHILD
THE LESSON OF
Tho earlier your child is taught
tho valuo of a cloan mouth and
sound toeth tho healthier
and happier ho will bo in fu
ture years. Wo have a nico
and all tho advertised Denti
frices and Mouth Washes with
which tlio lesson can bo best
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
The only market in the city operating its own sold storage sys
tem for the proper handling of fresh and cured meats.
All meats sold at this shop are guaranteed to be the best of
Nice Juicy Cuts BIG SPECIAL ON
n" FANCY VEAL
Klamath County Beef
r CHOICE LEG ROASTS
CHOICE RUMP ROASTS
FANCY SHOULDER ( CHOICE SHOULDER
18c to 23c 18c to 20c
NICE, JUICY FORE Q, ,, TTTTT II"
ROUND STEAKS Shoulder Veal Cutlets....22c
24c FANCY RUMP ROASTS
NICE, JUICY CUTS ??f
' FOR BOILING BREAST OF VEAL AND
15c to 18c VEAL STEW
YEARLING MUTTON lgc
Fancy Loin, and Rib
Chops 30c CHICKENS
Choice Shoulder Chops..24c . .
Nice, Juicy Shoulder. For yur Sunday Dinner ,
Roasts .....'...' 22c, Hens, per tb :30ct
Mutton Stew 14c Springers, per tb 35c
We slice Fidelity Hams, strictly an Eastern Product, U. S.
Inspection No. 141.
Klamath Packing Co.
524 MAIN ST.
HIT BY H. C. L.
'IF'v KLAMATH FALLS OREGON inj? I
V rH-Hllrtlll rli WIM-UUH
NENANA, Alaska, Sopt. 20. (By
Mali) Alaska winter trail dogs,
who aro "summer boarders" at dog
"farms" along the Yukon river and
its tributaries, suffered tho general
fate of boarders this year by having
their board raised on account of the
scarcity of fish, their main food.
Tho usual rato of $4.00 per month
was raised to $7.00 and $8.00 by
Operations of a commercial fish
cannery near tho mouth of tho Yukon
it Is generally believed, has reduced
tho number of fish that reach the
upper waters of tho system. Before
tho cannery was started no fish
shortago was reported.
Nols Stol, a Nenana "sourdough"
who conducts a dog "farm near here
said ho was not able to catch enough
fish this summer to food his seventy
"boarders." As a result ho had to
buy other food which has ralsod in
prlc"e. Even at $7.00 a month, ho
estimated he was barely breaking
FOR SIXTY YEARS
PARIS, Oct. 24. They are clear
ing the letter dumps in France
with the result that what is believed
to bo a record for slow delivery has
come to light. A lotter from Mey-
jssac to -Clermont Perrand, a distanced
of less than 100 miles has taken,
sixty-two years in delivery. Tha
letter solicited assistance for the son.
of parents in humble circumstances,
a boy who gave great promise, at
school. The "boy" is now 76 years
BEETLE IN SAMOA
PAGO PAGO, Tuyulla Island,
American Samoa, Sept. 15. (By
Mall) The cocoanut bootlo has ap
peared In the Islands of Manua and
largo groves of cocoanut palms aro
The Islanders are believed to have
brought the pest' from British Samoa.
Best yet. Herald Want Ads.
I have again opened my repair shop at the
old location, corner Ninth and Main. You will
find my equipment of a special design for Ford
work. All modern tools and machinery is being
installed as fast as it arrives. I employ only ex
pert mechanics with years of experience on Ford
cars. You will find my shop one of the most up-to-date
equipped service stations for Ford work
in the State, my aim being to give satisfaction.
I would thank old, as well as all new, patrons
for their trade.
See us when your Ford goes wrong.
(Formerly the Ford Garage)
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