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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1920)
THE EVENING HOULP, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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The Erening Herald
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Flkltak dally' uetpt Sunday. 7
.IKIM PUBUSBIBg COBBfABr ei
Falls, at lis Fourth street.
at the paatoStoe at Rhus-
, Falls. On., far tnatialatlaa thru
The Aaaoclated Praam la exclusively
eaUUed to the um tor republication
c an newt cuaataaaa created to it.
r aot otherwise eredited ta thla
ajar, and aUo the laoal newa pub-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1MM,
BTANFIKLD OR COX?
In the heat of the courthouse
struggle, the peoplo hava loat iltht
t national luuea, and The Herald
iaa not had apace to give It proper
attention. But on the ere ot elec
tion, we are appealing; o every vo
ter to eend 8tan(leld to the Senate,
(We all know Harding l going to
via, but-. if you elect a democratic
aeaate, It I the same aa electing.
One If yon vote against Stantleld,
you Tote for Cos. Supposing Cham
berlain ahonld win and It took Jmt
hla vote to make the acnate demo
cratlc. It would mean that every com
mitt co would be democratic. That wo
would lose the chalrmauthlp ot the
Irrigation committee, to vu the moil
Important la the aenate. we would
be blocked from passing any tariff
legislation. Our every Interest would
suffer but abovo It olf you wouM
be tying tho hands ' ot President
Harding. Don't double cress him by
giving him poor on ono hand and
taking It away with the other. Play
fair with him. If yon can't vote for
Stanfleld, then vote for Cos. You
will at least have the satisfaction ot
THK HERALD AMWERKtV
Those who attended one ot the lo
cal theatres last night "2 to be ex
act could not help (but notice the
unfairness ot the friends ot Bunnoll
and Short when City Editor Soule
arose to. correct the misstatement
ot the speaker. Ho was denied tho
hearing that the Bunnoll-Short fol
lowing are ao loudly demanding. And
tho speaker could not stand up
against tho stralght-frcm-the-ahoul-dcr
contradiction. He knew he rats-
stated the tacts and bad to hunt cover.
Aa to the rest ot the "answer,"
It did not materialize. Pergonal abuse
of an individual is no argument. The
people are out for facta and It The
Herald has misstated anything In
this campaign they want to know it.
It la not necessary to hire a hall to
toll It, either. The columns ot this
paper are open, free or charge, to
anyone to submit their proof.
The attention ot the voters of the
county is called to the fact that it
R. K. Bradbury ia defeated for the
legislature, Klamath county will ,be
without a local representative in
the legislature. Thla would be un
fortunate, aa legislation vital to the
county'a Interests will be up ' for
consideration. .The surest way to
land Bradbury la to vote for htm
exclusively. Tho Interests of tho
county demand such a step.
One Pledge That
They Didn't Keep
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This picture had to be substituted at the last min
ute for "Tho iToll Gate," which we have advertised,
but you will find It one of his greatest pictures.
tighten wboee blows are guided by
reason, and thoy realise the tight
has been mismanaged, that the vic
tory that might have been won has
been lost and that tho fruits ot fur
ther fighting wilt not gain, but lose.
Because their voice are raised
only ta their own neighborhoods.
they do not share tho aspersions di
rected against The Horuld, but they
are guided by like motives and they
are the voters who will do feat Judge
uunneii and Burrell Short next Tues
day, they and scores of others, of
changed convictions, whom The Her
ald haa not interviewed.
Because he haa failed when a llt
tie diplomacy, a sprinkling or tact,
would have won. Try ar to escape
the conviction ot Judge Bunnell's
responsibility for the situation In
which he finds himself, the fact are
The Integrity ot The Herald Is be
side the question and the attempts
w impeach the reputation of Its edi
tor are mero camouflage. It the mo
tives and the character ot The Her
ald wore all that Its opponents claim
in their campaign rt vllllflcatloa It
would not alter the facta that The
Herald haa printed ono lota. And
the people of Klamath county know,
it. . !
"Judge Bunnell," said ono voter,
"promised ,us to finish the Hot
Springs courthouse for a specific
sum 9185,000. On that understand
Ing I voted for him. But I did not
authorise him by my vote to spend
twice that amount and mere to fin
ish that courthouse. I fought for
that courthouse from the beginning
and It we could have it today oa the
same terms that we can have the
Mala street courthouse, I would still
be for It. But the facta of the aitua
uoa admit of ao 'Ifa and I am for
Chaatala aad Peterson aad peace.?
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KING OR QUEEN
I PERSONAL MENTION I
George Stevenson is oa crutch
having sprained hla aakle badly,
while working oa the Caldonla marsh
Roy Pouch and C. R. De Lap at
tended the pie aoclal at Pine Grove
Friday night and .-port a most de
Mrs. Joe Moore aad daugbter.yMrs.
Ray Court, left this morning for
Rock Point where the) will spend
A. F. Palmer was In Klamath
Falls from Portland on matters ot
Vernon T. Motschenbacher, a one
time resident of Klamath Falls and
a graduate of tho high school, Is here
on business from. Portland. Mr. Mot-
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W'vL, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON F7n7 I
WHERC PARTICULAR PCOPLC
UY THEIR DRUGS
OARD OP THANK8
We wish to express sir deep
appreciation to friends aad'.aelghbore
for the many kindness shown us dur
ing the Illness aad death of our
grandmother, Mrs. Spencer.
MRS. ANNA MOOKB AND FAMILY
IOST Large white Angora cat.
Finder return to S22 Lincoln. 30-1
FOR SALE 9 or 10 brown leg
horn chickens and good 12 gauge
shot gun. 603 Jefferson. 30-2
WANTED Grsln to haul with truck.
Call S40-R 30
Initiative raeaauro number 310 on
the ballot to be votii'l In Novotnbor
will give to Oregon a port equal to
acheabacker Is sUte manager of the ny p.0.rton, l.ho I'.CJ,!C c.SMt' You
Oreaon Life Ineumno mmo.n, ..".' ' ?terested in the passage
, The ladles of ton Catholic church
will give a dinner Thanksgiving 'Day
Nov. 19. Don't forget the date. 10
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TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.
Oae baa beat and water, outside
roosa.-Pbeaa'IM;iilS Crescent Ave.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"The Heart of a Fool"
An Allan Dwan Sensational Pro
, SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Allan Dwan's Big Sensational Production
THE HEART OF A FOOL"
. , It is a Big Story of Today.
An -amazing and convincing reflection in
Life's Great Mirror.
the present time.
J. F. Anderson Is in town from
Algoma attending to business affairs.
Ed Cook man Is a county seat vis
itor from Cbiloquln today.
D. Anderson is visiting here from
Mr. and Mrs. Papukura and Mr.
and Mrs. Tahapollcho who are with
the Chautauqua stayed ovor night In
Klamath Falls last nlglr. on their
way to Merrill.
'Jos Milne, house manager of tho
White Pelican hotel, is uujoylng a
birthday today, be has not dUclonotl
bis age bowover.
Max L. Thorn, who haf boon hero
for tho past' two or tliif o months,
loft this morning for his homo In
Sacramento. Mr. Thorn ownes tho
StllU block at Sixth and Oak atroeU
and Is so pleased with tho town that
ho will be back agiin next summer,
of this bill. It will not Increase your
taxes. The cost is borne by the Port
of Portland, but all Oregon must vote
on tho raoiuure. Vote 310 YES on
the ballot November becond. 30
WOULD BUY homi from owner,
also furlnture, for cash. N. K.
Woodhouso, oOncrnl Delivery. SO-S
IXST Oct 28th, Lo:ween Klamath'
Kails and Aleomn. 2 tires 34x4. ono
tiro rack nm! tall light also llcnnsot
plate. Call Enij, Office, (J. O. I'ow-
FOIt SALE CHEAP- Two good milk
cows, rorontly fr;nh. (iarlch (Iro-
Clever and popular BERT LYTELL in
Teaches his millionaire uncle that "there
are no pockets in a shroud." The story in
the Saturday Evening Post was good and
the play is better.
A photoplay that strikes deep into the
human heart a story of love and faith
amidst "White Lights" and Dark Shadows!
"THE DEEP PURPLE"
Continuous performance, beginning at 1 :30
Philadelphia's first hotol exclus
ively lor woman haa recently been
Miss Nell K.-Mtfloals-the-fiwt
woman In Idaho to 'be nominated for
The Womini Rolluf fTnrna will t
nwei in i. u. u. r nan Monday, Nov.
1st at 1:30 p. m. In regular business
At The Liberty Sunday
Don't look at life through Blue glasses,
Smile when things look Black
COUNTY TRKAHURER'H NOTICE
Notice la herahv irlvftn that than.
are funda In the county treaaury for
the redemption of Kliiriih rvmntv
Qenera! Fund warrunts protested on
or oeiore uecemner 31, 113.
Interest on (be same will cease
from this date.
Dated a Klnmnlh Valla n...nn
this 20th day of October, A. D. 1930,
u. n. VAN KirKK
The world's full of Golden sunshine. il
So rustle up a few pieces of Silver
And get some of it by seeing a Acti-blooded romance
It's "Ik Deep Purple"
AT THT LIBERTY SUNDAY
Continuous Performance, Beginning at 1:30.