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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
rni KVitNiwo hpulp; juAmath tAtLS, owow
for (It, possible) drop the Loa Star
line and toll him you like bin stuff.
It'll work nae.
are very kind-hearted people,, they
HENRY GAINES HAWN
Psfetiahed dally, eicept (Sunday, by
raid Pubiiehtng company 01
ath Falls, at lis Fourth street.
.tared at.the'postofflc at Klam
Falla. Ora.. for tran.mla.lon thru KvrnlnC Poit
all aa second-class matter.
l,one Star ha. bad a pretty hard
time of It In hi day trying to attain
to fnme us a scribe, and now mat
slice ha. come he naturally feel
hlahlr elated over It, and take Kreat
pleasure In Informing tm that It
will not be Ien: now till you arej
reading hi "ituff" In the Saturday
a t i
tabaerlptton term, by mall to any
in tha United Stale:
JkM ywar ...........--..l&.00
m aoatb .. -SO
wanted it) keep me there for din-
In the spring the maiden fancy
Turn. (oloTn. lt;i cream and drr,
In theawug the yenirtg man'
Is for one hi life to Mew.
In the spring the mother sadly.
Think her daughter's Itenu should
In the spring the mnn nmdly.
Turn the dog loose In the halt
' Mhc Awortated Free.
Th Aaaoclatcd Preaa Is exclusively
jbUUm to lie un for republication
(all new. dispatches credited to It
. skat n.t..Mat.A -.-.tt.A.1 lt tfcl
in i mnrt alan Inral nava tmhllahed I
Ail rights of republication of spe
sjlai dl.p.tcbes herein ara also ra-
W'e do not know how you found It,
but we found that there were three
stage of lore. Here they are;
Sighing like a furnace
Over ear In love
llllnd In adoration
Of hi. lady's clove.
Thinks no girl was ever
Quite so sweet aa .he
Telli you she's an angel ,
Kipects you to agree.
We are not very well veneri on
'the scripture, hut It seems to us that
!ln one place the Illble tell u that ui
prophet rent bis clothes. Well we
vuppone ha did that because, they
cost too much to buy.
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THURSDAY, JUNE IT, 1M0
Hy LONE STAR
Brother Parker, the genial presi
dent of the central labor council, Is
Sifted with great Ideal these days.
Already tired of belonging to the
proletariat, he se'es. In the dim fut
ure, visions e: wealth, health and
atomoblles. of happy day. when he
will no longer he forced to the pain
Tal necessity of making an honest
living with hi hands.
Moping and repining,
Oloomy and morose,
A Its tha price of polslon,
Thinks he'll take a dose.
Women are so tickle
Iove Is alt a sham
Marriage i. a failure,
I.Ike a broken dam.
We met Cap piemen taking a i
stroll over the hill yesterday and
asked the Captain where he was go-.
, lug. I
"Oh." replied the Cap "I'm Just '
! taking a tramp nroud the bills."
We ar sorry to bae to admit It,'
fuui wr niu out i-neTr mr v ainin i , - ------ -. - ..
We couldn't see any sign of a tramp. ',.co',n u,hor,, "n ,u',u ""
I ling, is one of snmal speaker una
touring thr state In
I ssBk JsaP"' .aaaLI
FIRST AS USUAL
Henry tlslnes llawn of Han Fran-
So Brother Parker has started a
nice little dance hall and about two
eeks from today, there will be no
looking at Parker on the street at
all at all. ..
All of whlcbjeads up to the story
1 want to tell, and which happen, to
be a "reel gen,ewlne" fact, and not
oae of those hundred year old -Joke.
that our anonymous "Knocker"
wrote us about the other day.
Well, folks here's what happen
ed: Parker came Into the Herald
oalce to hand In an opening an
nouncement regarding his new oil--wall
excuse me, f meant dance
hall. He banded the copy to Mrs.
-Mnrray. She looked it over and said
m the would-be capitalist. "Why Mr.
Plarker. you have only one T In 'pa-
tIIIIob,' and there should be two..'
"No." replied Parker; there -U
eily one '1' In 'pavilion ';'
"Alright" said Mrs. Murray, 'have
1t your own way-1-but that's a funny
way to atart a dance-hall, by knock
ing Tout of It light on the start."
We will have that bird who spoils
insaier' with a "u" and conundrum
.wlth-Uhree 'u's' pass on the correeU
peTIIng of pavilion, one of thesej
Whistling, blithe and cheerful.
Always bright and gay.
Dancing, singing, laughing,
All the livelong day.
Full of fun and frolic
Caught In fashion's whirl
Think no more of poison
Got another girl.
Hy the way. did any of you folk I the einanslun inovnmnt of the Or. con
hear of the twst way to remove paint State Chamber of Commerce.
.Vo? Well here It Is PIT ON IT j The Btutr Chamber I making a
state-nldr appeal ror a budget of H50.-
'John Wanaruaker began life with i 000 wring H'Hod of three years,
.... .... . . , .. ...... to rarrr on Its divrlonim n( nrk.
(oui uuiiar id ois (-ucKei. neii '
so ulu tne I. one star. !.... .t. . t . ..
more than to hundred leading men
(throughout Oregon. Eighty community
And so did Andy Collier for that "vcuthe commlttevs have ten organ-
, ilea to co-operate witti tne state Cham
ber In thr canvass throughout the state
i which allt be conducted during June
STATE CHAMBER TO
Here's a hot one folk. Wonder
how It would go In Klamath Falls.
At the last session of the Nebraska I
legislature, a bill was Introduced'
prohibiting "the tiring of pistol, re
volver, shotgun, rifle or any firearms
whatsoever on any punnc nignway. e...ia,Ms. A-.-...I rA. ..rf. i ,.i...i i ..
.... u - ..-. .lii. sTtWtfc VJIMW nuuvm I VI MMVBUagi wm uiwilirfia m uiiUHUMWHn vwsas mm
or wimin .uif jirui oi men paunc ...".. " ........... .... . n lit
Half in PmuMa Cne Tm. -'uc'ru """' " "" ..v,-.
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WASHINGTON. June 17. A drive
'Palmer. All federal district attor
neys acre ordered to give special at
tention to charge of such profiteer
ing and seek Indictments where In-
place or highway; except to destroy
some wild, ferocious animal or dan
gerous beast, or sn officer In the dis
charge of his duty. I
(Snm, hill that wsa nml f hit hpnu U'hll l 'ihi. tilan nf th Mhanalnn
ty of It Is that It passed. .movement of the Oregon State Cham- "" warramea.
,, , . . . , .. , Per of Commerce? How Is It to be T
Here s another one for hit nibs to carflrd oul? what Is It fort WASH1N0T0N, Jhne 17 Senst-
get on altho It's a little more ancient) xbise are the three questions uer- or Harding formally announced that
than the one about the chicken. fmost In the minds of the majority of hi r.mulrn u. Hnuhiiran nrv.l.
farmer named. those who have been Informed of the ,i,ii ,.jm.. m nr i, . nn.
movmnt which the Stale Chsahcr.2 . . . . ..
. . . ..' " . . v -"-i,iln affair! that the all! ami ailvlre
" I AINT MAD AT NOBODY "
I Seminary has decided In admit wo
men students' bn the sanla tcrniK'ss'
Incidentally we ran into that Indi
vidual the other day and he was do
lcg Just what wo would ezict a
bird of that caliber to be doing.
Trying to get a subscription to the
Herald at the old price of SO cents
per. Tfo didn't get it.
There was an
Who had an old cow and he lost
So the country he scoured
For three or four hours
And then In his own yard came
"crap (t) her.
lncidentfally If you think Its easy
Just try your band at running a col
umn like this every day, and keep It
up. Chances are you would last
about one ane
launrhad Aarll lfiih arllh a anrvv nf
.he .lata in .,t un nr.lfmli.ar. nr.an. ' ' Hepubllcan leader would be
Isatton and establish a direct connec sougnt. mis would ne nis policy.
tlon with practically every community not only during his campaign hut
In the thlrty-sii counties of Oregon. later, should he be elected president.
The expansion movement by way of .1
txpianauon migoi ce aiviaeo into inree ) MnvrnKAi. Ji.n. 7Th. Amr.' . ... ........:.
Distinct classes. " ,r .. ; iiooa a prominfni pari in tne recent i'"" wuuni urniiiiriiunii ui
CHICAGO, June 17 "llabe" Huth. men. '
playing with the New York Yunkees.j Two women are to n-.-k congres
cnr.. hi nlnternlh home-run of slonnl nvmlnntlons In the Aa;ust
the season today at the White Hoi ' primary In Michigan Mrs. Alfred
park, sending the ball over the right Dunk of Ietrolt and Mrs. Helen
field bleachers, scoring to men C. Statler of Kalamatoo.
ahead of blm. I The first woman to hold a national
.. I office In the United Htates was Miss
WARSAW, June 17 Americans 'Mtelle Heel, of Oregon, who was ap-
I J I a , fc. K
.Vsw!----, mrtt ivh rrirmiun ui itauur, iu luuiru
Flrst-A survey of the state. ,,on "" loaaj c""ra ,or conre-
Second An educational campaign to 0D' Investigation Into the "tyran-
be carried on through local newspapers nlcal, brutal and un-American sup-
and by mailing literature pertaining ,prrslon of free speech." It extend
to the movement direct to Industries, ed to President Wilson nn Invitation
firms aadilbdlvlduals interested In the
yslii nf g'fs' "Tflf 'l.'T'T','" a'tlotttHVfit the state.
Iflre cEooselhe proper way", " I TblrdThe Intensive organization
w. 'Ti ,.n .r mnrnlnr work at 'which time a state-wide can-
to witness a meeting at I)uiuene,
Pennsylvania, en tha subject of free
speech snd free assembly under fed-
evacuation of Kiev, turning thvlr all- Indian schools hy Presldcut McKIn
tomoblle over to the Polish staff,,!"? In 1H98.
aided In feeding, attending aoundedf
and burying dead where there bad The intimated to'al crop la
. ... ... .. ....... . t-.
cecs ::gs;:, iis ir.o i,o;inira l.iu- uuu (or. n .iiut-u -tn ngu
Mr Denlson, when the rnllwny was
culled upon to furnish twenty rnra a
day (u handle the plncappln traffic It
The Itocbesjtr JlaptUt Theologlr.il was considered a heavy Job
..... .vlfl t. ... ... .u ...
With a head'as big as they 1. aTud.t to 7u& th'e brcgo'n
(With apologies to Longfellow or a rb.mb,r 0t Commerce to carr
whoever It was that wrote "In Mem- on ltI program of development aork
orlam" At that. Its too had to take for the .tate on a broader, moro com
It out on a dead man.) prchcnilve scale. This' canvass will be
mdc throughout the state during June
Some few years ago. It was I-oni
Star's privilege to he on an expedl-
I tlon, which went from Cape Town
But while we are on that subject, fright through the heart of Africa up
we wpuM like to hear from someone to Carlo in Egypt
who really likes our column. If you
And any fun In It and if It causes you
"io smile, once In a while, let us
know. You see Lone Star Is this
kind of a fellow. If his work U ap
preciated, he works twice as well, so
If you want this column to get bet-
met the caravan and after the usual
felicitations, said to mo "Son, how
did you enjoy your trip through
Africa? How did you like the sav
We replied as follews: "Ob they
This budcet Is to be obtained
popular subscription. The appeal will
as stuti-wldu aud to everyone Inlcri
d In the1 development of Oregon and
Is particular community. It Is be-
When we arrived at Carlo our Dad I levid the response will be met by the jl
nanuiacturrr, tne mercnant, tne rarm
r and the Individual, for each Is vital
ly Interested In seeing Oregon forge
ahead and derelop Its advantages and
-tiourcs" , ,
Days' Clearance Sale
OF SPRING AND SUMMER HATS
Friday and Saturday
In order to make room for our new stock of Mid
Summer Hats we will hold a two-day sale of the
latest styles of Spring and Summer Hats in Milan,
Hemp, Georgette, Maline and Braid Hats. In this
immense stock will be found Hats suited to everyone
at prices within the reach of all. Don't miss this
opportunity of obtaining late model Hats at a reason
able price in the day of high cost of living.
$12 at $7.95
$16 models $6.00
$12 models $5.00
$10 models $3.95
THE PARISIAN MILLINERY
i . '
Industrial developments depend on
two facters: Natural resources or raw ij
'nr manufactured products. Urnntcd
these and sufficient encouragement
development Inevitably follows.
Oregon baa the raw materials and
natural resources. It will be the
purpose of the State Chamber of Com IX
merce under Ita eipanded program to '
acquaint the world with theae facts,
and through direct solicitation, gtt In
dustrial management to consider Ore
gon as a site for their Industries.
I Furniture s.nd ugoI manufacture In
I Oregon are In'thclr Infancy. So Is the
canning and preserving of fruits. With
i Its vast resources In water power, Its
(labor market, geographical location,
Oregon offcM mac? cd;untai:(B to the
tn.inufnctuitr v.lj howeter, must first
be Interested In On. nun and know Ita
What Good is
a Dollar ?
U's largely up to you. It depends on how you spend it on
the Yfdue to you of what you get for it on your ability, to find
where that value is to be had.
OF 0REJ30N FARMERS
STATE CHAMBER PLAN
Oregon now baa S.000,000 acres
of land; under cultivation.
In 1J19 the agricultural crop
was valued at $206,000,000.00.
By honest advertising the Ore
gon State Chamber of Commerce
'can double the agricultural acre
age In hrae yearn,' This would
add aaojber ..iJOO.OOO.Opp.OO to
the agricultural revenue, of the
BtaU,' salng last year's figure
as a' bsftts of figuring. .: .
Of course, It's all right to shop
around a bit It you like, but why not
let the other fellow mako It easier for
you by doing a little shopping after
your dollar by showing you what
you want and whero you can get
woBt of It for your money?
It's a great Idea, once you get the
hang of It, and hero's how!
Itlfht In this paper you'll find
dozens of advertisements offering
you merchandise. Some things you'll
need today; some tomorrow; soma
next week or next year hut tho
pointy Is that those morchants are
coming to you, looking for your
dollar and offering the best tbey
bnve to get It.
You'll Hud that by roadlng tho
ndvertlsomonts consistently today
and every day, you can Increaso tho
value to yoursolf of vory dollar
you have to spend. Tho things you
see ndvertlscd nro almost Invariably
as represented. Tho advertisers'
statements are usually safor to trust
than your own Judgmont. Adver
tised misrepresentation Is. business
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS AND INCREASE
THE VALUE OF YOUR DOLLAR!
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