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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORMjON
THURSDAY, APRIL SI, 1IKSI
The Evening Herald
H J. MVRRAY,
FRRn BOULH .
Published Jally ezcopt Sunday, by
The lEornld Publishing Company of
Mamnth Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
Entered at tbo poatottlco at Kla
math Falls, Ore., for transmission
through tbo malls aa second-class
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Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to tbo nso for republication
ot all naws dispatches credited to It,
or not othorwlso credltod In this
paper, and also tho local nova pub
THURSDAY, APRIL ill, I IK! I
TIIK CH.YSU1KH OF OOMMKHCi:
Thoso who havo been so busy for
tho pnst four weoks misrepresenting
Tho ltorald's ottltudo on tho Cham
bor ot Commerce drive now realise
that thoy orcr-shot tho mark. Their
efforts to convlnco tho pcoplo that It
was an attempt to destroy tho Cham-,
ber ot Commorco because ot pergonal
differences has provon a boomerang,
for tho pooplo nro beginning to real
Ixo that this paper simply oxxsed a
ration condition, which, It continued,
would -wreck tho organisation beyond
rodomptlon. It Is beginning to dawn
upon somo who most strongly con
demned our stand, that wo haro dono
tho Chamber a real sorvlco and that
wo bavo performed a public duty that
Is .going to bo productive ot lasting
Tho thoughtful cltlrcn who Is free
from emotionalism and consldors
first before bo acts, now rcallxos that
tho Chamber is in n doplorablo con
dition; that practically 110,000 has
been expendod with not ono single
constructlro thing to show for It;
that during tho past four wecta
nothing has boon brought forward to
Indicate that the future Is going to
bo dlfforont from tbo past; that a
continuation ot tho samo manage
ment will mean a total was to ot any
money collected during -tho next
twelvo months; that Idealism has
been enthroned In place of plain,
common, cvery-day business sense:
that only a comploto house-cleaning
will bo productWo ot tho results thnt
tho people export to flow from an or
ganisation ot this kind.
This same class of cltlxons also
recognise that no greater agency for
community development, sano devel
opment oxlsts than a newspaper,
fearless and honoat enough to turn
the searchllgbf ot publicity upon Just
such conditions as now exist In the
Chamber of Commerce, whether It Is
popular or unpopular. It would bavo
been a lot easier for us to havo Join
ed the crowd and boosted, but it
would not have been honest, and
sooner or later such a spineless,
groveling, contemptible, weather
vane policy must meet with tbo Just
condemnation ot tho people As It is,
thopeoplo now know that the present
officers of tbo Chamber havo not
faithfully discharged their duties
and being In possession ot this
knowledge thoy can exerclso their
DORRIS. Col., April 21. Tho Ta
ber Drug Store has answered the per
sistent demand for light bevorages
and Ice cream preparations by open
ing tholr fountain after spending tho
winter In dormancy. These hot days
bring numerous thirsty Individuals
to the bubbling soda glass.
Mr. and Mrs. George Eberhard
have departed by automobllo for
their old homo at Orantn Pass where
they will spend a few days on bus
iness and ploasuro. Mr. Eberhard Is
engaged In tho auto repair business
Mrs. Nancy Summers and son went
to Wood on this morning's train for
a short visit.
A carload of sand has been shipped
and la being unloaded for use In tho
construction of tho Long theatro. C.
D. Fall Is hauling tho sand from tho
car to tho building alto.
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Cbaso are
planning upon moving soon to one of
tbo mills west ot town whero Mr.
Chaso will be engaged during the
summer In timber work,
F. T. Smith, representing the If.
Q. Brace Calendar Company of Se
attle, was In Dorrls yesterday sollclb
Mrs. A. A. Atkinson returned to
bor home here this morning after
spending a few days In Klnmnth
Falls visiting with her slntor, Mrs.
IT. W Mitchell and A. I). McDon
ald, oxtonalvo rnnchors of tho Okla
homa country, woro business visitors
In town Inst evening, having driven
In by automobllo.
Mrs. Claude Klrkpnlrlck, who has
boon visiting with frlomls nnd rcliv
livcs at Merrill nnd Klnmnth Falls,
returned on yoelcrdny morning's
train to her homo hero.
Charles Cooper, auto repair man
from Macdool, drove to Dorrls yos
(onlay evening onhuslnoss.
WIIKX you woro lltllo
YOU rend tho story
AND later grown
TO man's eslato
IN a crowded theatro
AND saw tho play
AND last year
"VK brought tho plcturo
TO Klnmnth Falls i
AND you all said .
"OH- CIUXTKKRS' Is coming!"
"VK must sco It!"
AND you did.
AND by request
AVK are bringing It back
TO Tho Llborty todny
AND onco again
YOU'LL bo sad nt heart
WHEN tho little Jockey
GIVES up his swecthoart
TO his friend.
AND bo scared to death
WHEN tho train Is wrcckod.
AND at the end
THE thrilling horso-Taco
AV1LL hold you spoil-bound.
AND as you Icavo
WE know you'll say
.'A wonderful plcturo
OF a wonderful homo!"
I THANK YOU
II. W. P.
A girl fourteen yoars of age was
brought boforo-u No York court as
a truant from school. Tho girl prov
ed that sho was married and tho
court ruled that a housewlfo Is not
required to attend school, regardless
of her ago.
Havo you sccu Kelley today?
TUI,K LAKE HOMESTEAD
Mrs. Wm. Freer Is substituting In
tho Matin high school, taking the
classes of Allen McComb, who Is con
fined to his homo In tho Henley dist
rict by Illness.
John Faugbt came out from Klam
ath Falls with his son Charles, on
Monday. Ho will remain Indefinitely
on the homostead.
Mrs. Bramhall and daughter,
Faith, are In Klamath Falls visiting.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. E. Jobnbon who
havo boon visiting Mr. Johnson's
sister, Mrs. Maupln, returned to
tbelr homo In Medford Monday, Miss
Bosslo Maupln wont with them for
an oxtonded visit.
At the Theaters
Everybody has hoard ot tho beauty
of tho Mack Sennott Girl. Sho has
becomo an Institution In tho land
an abstraction meaning beauty of
fa co, symmetry of form and grace of
Well, they'll nil bo In tho noxt
Mack Sennott production, "A Small
Town Idol," released by Associated
Producers and booked for presenta
tion In tho Star Theatre, for Thurs
day and Friday.
All the Mack Sennott "dolls" will
bo there and then -somo! In ono
scono alono COO bpautlful girls parti
cipate, tholr harmonized prcsenco be
ing headed by Mario Provost who,
OUR STOCK IS MOST COMPLETE CONSISTING OF ,
Salt and Pepper Shaker's
and many other items. Unusual selection to choose
from. See us when in need of glassware.
SERVE YOU BETTER
SAVE YOU MORE
Klamath Variety ShoP
cia.ii: ..j ok cnrrF. JL
5-10-15 and 25c STORE
with anothor Sennott beauty, Phyllis
Haver, shares tho feminine stellar
honors ot tho production
Tho most stupendous production
over conceived by Mack Sennott or
nnyono elso. You will grasp and grip
your chair. You will see much spec
tacular scenes. Your vlilon will bo
ovorwholraed and you will laugh
until your sldos ncho nnd tho tears
will run down jour cheuks. Novor a
plcturo as great as this ono at regular
Tho Jolly Dick Loiudnto Co, gavo
ono of tho best farco comodloa over
played hero, last night and ovoryonii
present was moro than pleased. To
night this splendid company will giro
an cntlro chango ot nets.
Tho third of tho tlvo-rcol comedlesj
Lons nnd Moran havo filmed for
Universal comes to tho Mborty The
atro on Friday. It Is called "Onco n
Plumber " nnd Is by Edgnr FranlC
lln, who wroto "Everything but tho
Truth," tho tlrsi of tho flvo-roel fea
tures turned out by tho town futv
mnkors. Notable features of "Onco a Plum
ber" nro tho clover sub-tltlos, tho
work ot Clyde Bruckman, n Los An
geles newspaperman nnd tho sconnrlo
which comoi from tho typewriter of
C. II. Hondloy Lyons and Moran were
their own cfMiomln tno production,
In which tho) nrn supported by thuj
Mlwcs Lillian llaeltolt. Kdna Man
Wilson. Jane Elliott and lilhul lllchlo ,
and (leorgo Williams, Bldnoy Dounu
and Jefferson Osbomo.
suit with brass buttons similar to
thoso worn by tho Amorlrann In Fro
mont'a tlmo. In 18 IS ho expressed a
wish thnt ho bo paid for his services
In that mannor as long as ho lived.
Have You Hwn Kcllcy lodny? i
Hivrlnr la rnmlnr on and VOU haY
tho homo cloarlng bug. Well. I bavo
got It too- Let's got togother.
TERKINH FURNITURE HOCHK
"Th Furnisher of Happy Hoawea".
Fig Troo John, an aged Indian
huntor who guided Fremont through
,tho West 'on his expedition to tho
Pacific Coast, rocelvcs from tho gov
ernment every flvn yoars a new bluo
You'd Be Indignant, Too!'!
All the Facts on the Check
Careful business men do not pay
their accounts with ordinary bank
checks. They have their own indi
vidual business checks made, with
a complete record of each transact
tion evidenced by the cancelled
It is interesting to look over s-imples
and forms other firms are using.
W. 0. SMITH PRINTING CO.
119 S. Fourth Street
If William X. Jackson lookt indignant in tnia piciuro h
Vlthout cause Samo boos for the appealing : oxprosalon worn by
Laddie Boy. the White House' Airedale. William Is the dog
official keeper. "Ah didn't object." ho says, "when de women folka
nocked In heah to take dis houn'a pitcher and pat M; bead
Is statue out C mud. Mut when dey come roun' with shear to
aclssah off souvenir locks of 'fa hair, dat'a too much to' Wlllyuin
It Can t Be Done! ,
It Was Done
Thoy used to say thoro was no other broad llko
mother used to make. That was truo before RAKE
RITB was put on the market. DAKERITB OVENS
AND DAKERWH METHODS did the buslnoss and today
you can got a loaf of broad possessing that dollclous,
lasting, nppotlilng flavor heretofore found only In broad
mado at home. This broad fa sold exclusively at tho
Rex Cafe nnd Tbo Maize, It Is also served exclusively In
Tho Rex Cafe.
ONE CENT SALE
At STAR DRUG STORE Fifth and Main Streets