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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1920)
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TO EVENING HEIULD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
labllihed dally, except 8unday, by
n Herald Publishing Company ot
Kkwata rails, at 116 Fourth 8treet
tared at the pottofflee at Klim
att Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
taa ualU aa second-class matter.
hd-m no 1 mm
TO JOIN CflMER'OF COMMERCE
MKMI1KK OP THK AKSOCIATKI)
The Associated Press In exclusively
entitled to the use tor republication
of all news dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and also the local news pub
FIIIOAV, AIIOUHT 0, 1IKJO
If you want to Improve the lllng conditions In Klamath count)' Join the
chamber of commerce', If you want to help develop the itreiit resources
Join the chamber ot commerce. If ou want to make this n Reed place for
your boy or girl to growkup In Join the chamber of commerce. The, best
men belong. 'The best mln are working to help do these things Holl up
your sleeves and get In and" boost-. Head these reasons why ou should
I not Join.
11 don't llk the way they are running things Then get In and help
change them. The affairs of the chamber are In the hands of 1ft business
men. They nn men who would add to an bnslnes In the town If they
were astcclnted with It Haw ou ur stopped to tnlk with them about
the welfare of the town? Have you eer made a suggestion on how toi
help develop the ci'tintrv Then how can vou criticise and refuse to belt)?'
2 1 haven't ilmc to attend the meetings Thut should not prevent ynuri
giving them our support financially It other men are willing to give both j
time nnd meney then ou ran surely give money. Hut wo want your time)
and advice as well. You can't afford to inlrs these meetings One man I
' who attended a meeting yesterday skid It was the best lime he had In n long I
time. He Is a busy man too The busiest men In Klamath county were, at
tne meeting yesteruuy. Tney volunteered to give two hours a vveuk to n
special piece of work.
. 3 My firm Is a member already So Is ours. Hut firms are lmperonnl ;
nnd can give only financial support. Time energy and personal Interest are
equally Important llecause. the firm In which )ou are Interested In no way i
Charles I'lumb was running his relieves ou from doing vour share. If others did likewise, the work would i
car without lights or license when he be limited to a small number of firm and It would soon become a cold
collided with her milk delivery wag- business proposition nnd unresponsive to the appeal of civic betterment,
on on Eleventh street Wednesday You have encugh without me. No excuse could be more selfish,
night, declared Mrs. r.ladys Poole In itecouse other men are willing to pull the load uphill Is no reason why vou
a statement to the Herald today. ' should catch on behind and ride You will share In the results obtained by
Mr. Poole said that tho version t the-Klamoth county chamber ot commerce. You cannot avoid It U ym live
the accident aa given by Plumb m!n-In KUnmth founly m,,. not carry jour end The more members the
trolled his responsibility for the ac
"She says that she wns on the prop
er sldo ot the street, that the wagon
was close up against the curb, In
(act the horse was standing parity
on the sidewalk. Plumb was on the
wrong side, she says, and there was
chamber has the greater things It can do. There Is no 'enough' in this
i work. TLe problems and the duties arc unlimited
Uy THE TEN O'CLOCK CLUII OF THE K C C OP C
Mrs. Poole says she got the police
and went with them to the abandon
ed car. The engine was still warm
AT THE THEATERS
no gravel pile ,wlthln two blocks of jftnd she found he daughter's cap on
the spot. When he struck tie w;g ithe running bonrd, making her pot- tr.(
ur lime sin nuu jubi muunieu a t(e that it was tnu same car inai
atep on the rear axle to enter the struck her wagon.
vehicle and was thrown to the slde-j piamb will have a bearing this af-
walk. She was not seriously hurt, ternoon before Justice Chapman. O
but bruised and some of the should-,
Poor and unlettered, but known as
the "best blacksmith In the conn-
Ash Whipple aspired to the
heart of Nancy Haws, the fairest
tluvver In the village. He was not
nlone In his admiration, but his suit
was crowned with success nnd they
were married within the shndow of
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A ttn.l napV rr.nli.a -t n.i UMiiAk. i .... . t -..1.-1 m... I. .II ..'
. .... ... .... -"...-v. wmen ne .uu ueu . .um i ";,. Thunder. th stateb peak
and strained The place of accident from tne repair shop-up town, said , both ha, j ,00k
p,: ::;. .-:; " :..",:;.::,.. irr.,: .. ... :r "rr: to their happm.
lrl" with Plumb, This woman, she outfit.
says, rose in the seat after the wag-1
OB was struck and looked back but
the car did not stop. The horse ran
away and was caught after a chase
ot two or three blocks. The rig was
badly smasbe'd nnd J'mllk bottles
Mr. Victor, near whore house the
accident took place, Immediately got
In bis car and gave chase to" Plumb.
We reported to Mrs. Poole that he
Tallowed the car to a 'place on the
Sfcippington road, where It drove In
to an alley and Its occupants ran.
Look over the
our display windows.
, pany, Main street.
A contemptible rake, smarting un
dcr the sting of n well deserved
ltir..tila nl tt.n tinn.1i. nf fldn at.illltv
! nlnnna,! tn ihnttiii, hli, linma Ati.l his
Various col-'' , . . .
nnnnlnnia nml ann un mitjriat
1 Aw flVflibft ! at f.fialAMalHjl Hl4l ftlf
shopping. Johnson Furniture Com-i ,.,. ,.,., .u-...m..-
C-tf - 7 -----. . "Tr-
An neipeii mm 10 escape unu as
On an average two out, of ever
three divorces In the United States
are granted to the wife.
Seventy-five dollars a month has
sumed responsibility for the rrn-'r" ij
Here began a struggle between lom(
for his wife and child and duty to a)
fellowmnn who had shielded them (
from the sting nf bitter slander, kIv
Folger's Golden Gate Coffeebetter
than champagne costs no more
different in taste from any other
1 oAenfce Jlj:
en iou h
been Oied as the minimum wage for '"B "'e to a succession of situations
women teachers in Kentucky.
of dramatic Intensity
How the various threads ot this
mountain romance are finally drawn
together Is told In "His Divorced
"His Divorced Wife" Is an adapta
tion of the magazine story known as
"An Altar on Little Thunder."
amount of harm, for opposition to
liberty Is the surest fosterer of II-ceuse."
In Denmark women enjoy the
rights of equal pa) for iqunl work
equal status In marriage, and uul
admission to all post In the civil
Those nifty llltln motor bankets
are convenient and pretty. Just
what you need for shopping. John-
II 1 son Furniture Company. C-tf
is the demand of the Nation. Good
footwear makes men more efficient
Select shoes that are properly built
shoes that give long service without
causing foot troubles shoes that give
absolute comfort at every step yet have
style in keeping with the times.
The Florsheim Shoe is serving the men of
the Nation military men men of affairs
men of this city.
Florsheim "Natural Shape" shoes have a
National reputation they are carried at this
store in' styles to suit any taste, every pair
correctly designed to give the comfort and serv
ice that will increase and maintain efficiency.
will be shown at the Liberty Theatre
Motor baskets of many colors,!
nnt, roomy, nnd pretty, are. Just
what "milady" needs when she goes
shopping. The Johnson Furniture
company. Main street, sells them
Music In Japan Is usually taught
by women or blind men,
It Is Interesting to note that the
exports far xreed the Imports of
Alaskn The bnlinrn of trade In fa
vor of Alaska Is about JU,i(iu."00
per an mini
GILT EDGE BUTTER 65c
Pur'ty llrund lie t'rrani 4uc vt.
Fresh Hunch Kicks 0dc dox.
Milk Cniim and Full Crcum Chveso
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
Wl Mnlii Kl.
Prices arc right.
fi nV in" tdir'H -z,rt
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "
KDIXntJiU'.H, Scotland, July 20.
(By Mall,) Young women students
of the.Unlverslty of Edinburgh have
revolted against what they regard as
"childish" restriction In the use of
latchkeys after tbe regulation hour
for cloning the 'hall In which they
Thirty-three students of Masson
hall, one of the numerous hotels In
which women students reside, have
gone on record an refusing to obey
instructions regarding the use of
night keys. The girls amort that V
tboy are being treated as children 'sS
rather than as young women well
able to take care of themselves,
Tho protest resulted In a petition
to the University requesting a , t
chungo in tho warden of tho hull.
Tho view of tho management Is that'V
too much liberty was given the girls J
under the previous regime and that !
unless they alter their petition, tho
girls must leave the hall at the end
of the resiilon. .
The Pall Mall flazctto of London
In commentlngon the incident says:
"With the merits of tho particular
case we aro not concerned but there
is a principle involved which sooner
or later will have to be decided.
When women won their right to
compete with men In tho professions
tbey practically won all tho rights
that appertain to the acquirement
and practice of those profession.
Those who Imagine that young wo
men will submit to the exercise of
authority which would not bo toler-
Iated.by their brothers, make a great
mistake, .a mistake, irhlcl ljtlt 1
persisted In, will do aa immense
For Service and Quality
Cool, Clean and Sanitary
These words fully deRcribe what the condition of every meat
market should be, and it describes ours to a nicety. Our cold
storage and other equipment, and our ambition to maintain per
fect sanitary conditions in our market, blend perfectly. Conse
quently, we can sell you meats of all kinds that retain their fresh
ness and wholesomeness long after they leave our shop. All our
meats are handled under glass and with extreme care. We over
look nothing which will assist us to carry out our sanitation
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