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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1920)
WKDNKSDAY, MARCH 10, 1020.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
" lAH TWO
I H K. J. M U K U A Y
v n n seuli:
Published dally, except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing; Company ot
Klamath -Falls, at 1IG Fourth Street
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WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 10, 1V20.
LIVING IS CHEAPER
SOUTH OK 110ROKR
JUAREZ, Mex., Mar. 10 Compar
ison of tho prices ot groceries In
Juarei with those that prevail in El
Paso, opposite here, reveal that most
foodstuffs are, cheaper on the Mexi
can side of tho river, according to a
compilation just prepared by Steph
en E. Agulrro, "vice consul for iho
United States at Juarez. Rice and
sugar are three cents a pound less
In Juarez than In El Paso.
Ladies' & Men's
MADE TO OltUER
BEST OF WORKMANSHIP
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Prices nro very reasonable
Your inspection Invited
Chas. J. Cizek
51 Main St.
LEGION MAN IN
ANSWER TO SEEHOHN
Tho Marchioness of Crowe, ono of
England's first women magistrates,
is tho second child ot Lord Kosobory,
tho former premier, and betoro her
marriage was Lady Peggy Primrose.
Serves you right Club Cafe Gtf
?? - - M. . ahkaI liilfi( I swiaa wammvVM
J OUIIS maue IU vuur CAdkl lliuiviuuai iuucuicuui
j Step. in and select your Spring and Summer Suit now.
We guarantee perfect-fitting, finely-tailored, stylish
Clothes, made, by
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
: Western Floral Shop
is what makes homo homo
like. So with lovely flowers
they- add to a room fra
grance, sweetness and tho
tender memories of summer
days and waning twlllghta.
Bring summer into your
homo by letting us supply
tho flowers to you dally. An
investment for good cheer.
MRS. L. C. MOORE
Phono 187; Res. 200R
I To Tho Editor ot the Evening
I It Is tho Intention of tho wrltor In
j this letter to conflno hla, remarks
1 principally to n certain nrtlclo, pub
1 lished In Tho Evening Herald of tho
Issue of February 27, tho chnrncter
! Isttcnlly aloquont essence ot which,
as I seo it, was to warn tho public
, mind ot n cortnln alleged Impending
' catastrophe to tho county and Its
citizens by "obstructive propaganda"
perpetrated by tho American Legion,
i At tho outset, I will stnto n uni
versally admitted precopt that con
i slstency Is ono of tho most admirable
I virtues of mankind, and since tho
! nrtlclo In question, so oloquontly
punned by a certain official, and to
I which .Mr. W. E. Seohorn nppondod
ibis name, is tho direct antithesis of
an mat is consistent, it Is porfectly
natural that tho honest rltlzons of
this county nccopted It with mingled
chucklos and grunts ot disgust. It Is
unnecessary to dwell upon tho past
enroor of tho official who wroto Mr.
.Soohorn's nrtlclo. Tho Dubllc Is
sufficiently cognizant of his notori
ous reactionary policies, particularly
to his opposition to tho Strnhorn rail
road. Tho statoment in Mr. Seohorn's
article, "that the farmers woro In
full possession of their faculties
when by tho result ot the straw voto
thoy repudiated tho Bradbury nron-
osltlon," is In itsolf sufficient to
render his contribution worthless,
since tho "Bradbury proposition"
was not repudiated that anyono
knows of. The exact opposlto Tcsult
prevailed. Either Mr. Seohorn did
not know this, or ho nccopted an
other porson's word for it as a littlo
child accepts tho counsel ot n parent.
It citizens ot this county, nnd
farmers particularly, actually be
lieved that tho fight maintained by
tho Amorlcan Legion against tho
usurpation and monopoly of tho
public domain for a term of years, at
tho termination ot which most of ns
will need a wheel chair more than a
homestead, is really as pernlclons
nnd destructive to tholr lntorests and
to tho futuro of their posterity as
Mr. Seohorn and his contemporaries
would have them bollovo, I sny if
tho citizens really believed thnt.
they would havo been long sinco on
tho war-path, with n bomb in each
hand. Again tho inconsistency of
Mr. Seehorn is anDaront. It Is
hardly possible that if put In tho
balance the Judgment and past
records of Mr. Seehorn and his asso
ciates would outwolch thoso of
membors of tho Oregon delegation
to tho national congress nnd of ovory
Klamath county official but one, who
havo repeatedly and consistently en
dorsed tho action of tho American
Legion and Just as vohomontly con
demned tho attltudo of thoso In
terests and tholr local emissaries
against whom our attacks are
A perusal of tho article In Ques
tion, and others of similar trend,
would lead ono to bollovo, if they
woro to bo taken seriously, thnt our
participation In tho Job ot putting
old Bill Kulsor nnd his bunch of
Junkers on tho blink for good de
prived us ot nit natural rights to an
expression In tho affairs of our com
munity. As lone ns wo members ot
tho American Legion bollovo thnt wo
nro upheld In our action by right
and Justice, wo will continue to
wsgo a relentless warfare against
wrong, whether It bo In tho form ot
a misguided, boastful nation or
greedy corpornto lntorests.
Just what Impetus Mr. Soohorn
has given to tho "clock of progress,"
which ho says has been sot back In
definitely by tho American Legion, I
nm not In a position to say. How
over, citizens ot Klamath Falls
probably nro famlllnr with his rec
ord. Although ho was not of mili
tary ago durlug tho war with Ger
many, ho undoubtedly was during
tho Spnnlsh-Amorlcnn war, nnd ho
did not enlist thon. It Is a known
fart thnt those who Intentionally
took to tho bushes lnstend of dun
ning tho uniform In truo mnnly
fashion nro constitutionally opposed
to thoso who acquitted thoinyolvos
honorably In tho service
CLIFFORD W. SEVITS,
Indianapolis Is n great contor ot
tho automobile Industry nnd has a
largo number ot nutomobllo Bales-
mon, hut tow ot thom havo boen
more successful than has Miss
Joanotto Smock Kettslor, who lias
been soiling motor cars for several
In tho County Court ot the Stnto ot
Oregon for Klamath County.
In tho Matter of tho Estato of J. A.
Notlco Is horoby glvon, thnt I havo
boon appointed administrator of tho
Estato of J. A. Llvors, deccasod, by
tho abovo ontltlod court; nil persons
having claims against mo sniu en
tuto nro notlflod to present thom to
mo, with propor nnd lognl vouchors
attached, at my offlco, Sulto 1G
Loomls Building Klamath Falls, Oro
con. within six months from Febru
ary 25th, 1920.
Administrator of tho Estato of
J. A. Livers, deceased.
We've got them in the clincher sizes for
Fords, Maxwells nnd Chevrolets.
And we're specializing on tire service to the
owners of these lighter cars.
We're maintaining complete stocks of
Goodycnrs in the smooth, anti-skid and all
We've got your size at just
about the price you've been ac
customed to paying for ordinary
Come in and look them over.
Goodyear Service Station
Expense is not efficiency.
Don't pay forgold horseshoe
when you buy your printing.
Sensible printing on sensible
paper Hnmmermill Bend
will save you money and
get results for you.
That is the kind of work we
do and the kind of paper
Use More Printed
SalesmansnJD. Ask ns.
W. O. Smith Printing Co.
Phono 03 110 South Fourth St.
ont ItltKAKFAHT ItACOX
Is simply Irresistible. It Is
all sugar cured nnd comes
from tho finest young plgH.
Try Home tomorrow morn
ing Our hams, too, urn
nwny above Iho average.
Mild and sWoet, thoy tnstii
list perfect. Eaten either
hot or rold, they are, tooth
some and delicious. All
weights to suit your noodii.
&irifH'ii ' H"
Drug Facts, No. 14 ,
Our stojjes will bo stocked nt all times with toilet goods, both
patent and of non-secret manufacture, nnd of national reputation
for quality and purity. Among tho many Horns usually found in
toilet departments wo hhall include creams of all hinds, fa'to powders
In variety, rouges, dentifrices, manicuring pivparutlons, prepara
tions for tho hair, talcums, and many other Hems.
If wo haven't In stock joiir favorite toilet preparation n word
to us and wo shall bo glad to get It for you this sonvico Is cheer
fully free, plca.se uso it.
100 Per Cent Satisfaction and Efficiency our aim
First-Class Automobile Repairing Done on
'Mi1 vvwvti"! vvvti
49 Main St
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Saturday, March 131
The Herald tells you today's new today not tomorrow
SQUARE DEAL DRUG STORE, Klamath Falls
RED CROSS DRUG STORE, Merrill
Nettleton, Walk-Over, Stratford, Berry, and other
good shioes arc here in the new spring styles
K. K. K. STORE
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
Send to E. H. Thoman. Cnnntv Anli....i
Agent, Klamath Falls, Ore., for catalog of animals f
iu ue soia.
PLAN TO ATTEND THIS SALE!
SaIe, at O. K. Barn, to begin at 1 P. M.
Cattle can now be inspected at O. K. Barn.
THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST SHORTHORN
BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION AND THE KLAM-
ATH COUNTY FARM BUREAU WILL SUPER- -
VISE THE SELLING OF I
31 Registered Shorthorns 31
Consisting of Bulls from 9 Months to 3 Years and f
Cows from 2 to 7 Years Old. i
Some of cows have calves by side; others due to
C.nn ri an n A mninlv fmm 1X7 f r .- i
---a- -..-....j ..u.. ,Y. rr, uiccii noted 3;
herd at Union, Oregon, with five head from C. O.
vjarrctc, Vaientiale, Urcgon.
This is the greatest opportunity ever offered i:
, .UV , " Kansemen ot this community to get ::
Choicelv bred bulla nnrl hoifnra ne UA i . ..
r 1 . 1 . o ..i,vt nupiuvcrg or . ,
as rminrlnfinn horrle n rvv.-., ..!,., .. 1 1 ..1 k.
W. s'unuijr, luiicu lype wiin ,k
auuiuvcu uiuuu lines ueninri thom.
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