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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
r. M. MWUB.Kdilor.Ma JT.vrdl.hcr
K. R. Wllili....................u;i4jr Kttttor
Published dally except Sunday, by
rna Herald Publishing company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 J.lghth Street.
Entered at the postofflco nt Klam
ith Falls. Ore., for transmission
through tlio malls as ecoud-claM
5IBM0ER OF THK ASSOCIATED
The' Associated ries I exclusive
ly entitled to tho use for public
lion of nil news dispatches credited
to It, tor not ollwrwlio credited In
(Ms paper, -and also ihe local news
nnmsuAV, PKiutuAitr aa, ma
, xno rcstm or it ail is that n
great nomadic army has been cre
ated from tho ,dlsbanded military
force of tho republic. Men who
are essentially , homo-loving are
forced by economic circumstances
to become wanderers. Thousands
of bands thit would work willingly
for tho development of tho tuition!
nro enforcedly Idle, except when that legislation linn paid our col
they are lucky enough to find brief lectlvo debt. As cltUens of tho
occupation. I nation wo may fool Hint a national
This hand t0 mouth existence, j bonus measure would miliary our
coupled with their rcalttatlon of national Indebtedness.
Lot us nut think that with these
arts of simple justice our ilul) tin In
dividual U ended. As long as ex-
work longer hours for a lessor 'The Junior city proM must not prnc-
wage. Certainly not you nor I. who I He demagogy. Tho editorial page Is
imvn nntr.. imt.i mil iipiulna- hiinii ' " brother publishers, to mukn or
have uovcr held out a lie ping imnd ,liroBk 10 rcil ll0tirl of ,u ,,,
nor raised our voice in protest
against the unfairness that comes
under our immediate, observation?
Tho members of the legion were
our champions in time of need. Wo
of tho state of Oregon may feel
(bo Injustice of the situation, make
them too often listen to the utter
ances of tho radical.
If they fall prey to hotshcvlsm.j service men it to homeless, out of
who can blame them too much? work and helplss to remedy these
Certainly not tho employer ulio froinlltlou our1 obligation must rest
hires foreign laborers, who because . heavily upon us. We must work
of different stnutlirds of living.-constantly to repay.
family right at homo.
"Tho malls are full of assorted ills
cusslous on every topic, dead or
alive; every Ism has Us 'house organ.'
Kverj HH'dal privilege has Its prop.
Uganda, every faction Is obscsiod
with .tho ultnrdy of Its cranks who
Impose tlio false, never the true. It la
theso the editorial page of tho Junior
cities must crowd out of the mind of
class or mass, make false doctrine.,
unpopular, by iuIvi- atlug tho Hue
thought of war In the very beginning
Much Is my strong belief In tho divine
power of divine Intelligence bred mid
burn In the lioino, whuro thu' fli Mile
Is clean nud pure
"A newspaper should be a liberal-1st-
believing In eonsclunce that
Ijoll worship (lod according to Its die
tales. Hut I believe tlio cliurch anil
the newspaper should work together
on tho broadest Hues uf human en
deavor, J do not waul to deny the
mat of people recreation (hat Is
linrmteM ami wholesome.
' I have been askml, 'Could an mil.
lor occupy a pulpit?' Many of litem
gospol of home-loving and homc-llv- could, but ninny of Ihem are accuaed
lug and home-bulldlng I'pliold nud of skepticism, Ihey mlglit advocate
fight for constitutional lepubllcan this broader plane of bringing the
term oi government tiiat we may ile- . ihuich aud press ciowr together In
ophy In 'Knlhor lu Hon' for wo must IcVNTHIA-OhVTllK-MINlt'.i: AT
a union of loiumou brotherhood lu
Ihe work o( demising nud puilfylug
soeluiy Direct (bo thought of the
mas of people lu proper channels
aud civilisation's truublei would
TUB American leglon post of
Klamath count . on Tuesday
night, gave an excellent entertain
ment thai packed the largest hall
In the city. They rill repeat the
show tonight, and undoubtedly pack
tho house again. They gavo full mon
ey'! worth on each admission ticket.
That's flue. It shows that tho
people of Klamath county have not
forgotten the debt they owe tho
An Epic of Editorial Expression
feat tho nuvlet. communistic over
throw, that wo nun oppose the evils
of bad Ideas that minetlme aro un
fortunately encouraged lu our col
"1 fill III lllll t ltl ll.vl IllF flMlltf I.' .. L.ia tilt. I l.idj
.man my own. I would have no butter' "An editor wrote lo meho Is a
doctrine than that of Stephen Deca-lgood editor, tuo. Ho said, 'Wo must,
'tur; 'Our country! In her lutunoiirno ns editors aud newspaper publishers,
'wllh foreign nation may alio always begin to direct the thought of the
.be right, but our cuuulr). right or, people closer to the lllble.' Duck to
wrong." ,the lllble' was my own theme some
Alvvavs to the forefront keep the, weeks ago, ami scores of unthinking
women, the mothers of this groat
laud. .Make them reallte every week
that they nro u part of the edllurlal
lirim l ., . ... - .... . . t - ' "" v ! " ""
- iw,c iii.-iMvii.-u as n ninHMi ircm a ircunieai man to a grotto el ' page. .Never iniml tttu society column
and perhaps skeptical men said to
me. "That s a living truth.
Hut this editor, be said beautiful
ly. 'Our paper from time to lime em
ddress by Thomas II Adams, editor of the Vln-i ,p '"' "l'm them, and he rommun-l fact that Ihe lllble contains Ihe fin
rmm 'i,, ..Th, ..,.,., . , ., ltylaoiirs Tell them ih power fori ct poetry, the best prose, the nob
(.cramerclal on -The Mllorlal Tuge Is worthy KOod they are. We do not cue lio ,,t irumn. the nmt Inspiring ow
technical men nnd primarily a pica for higher standards lu Jour-' Vuu J'1"' appeal to the women, nnd'phasUcs lu Its editorial columun the
naiim. the following nildr
cenues (Indlatini Dally
oi an uniiying piace in iiicraiure. it is a sermon unsurpassed, an Idyl ! numiile or simple, tlio women are
of fireside development, an expression of patriotism, worthy of eternal I tr,0' l,ml ,M,' Think uf the women,
preservation It clearly defines the code of ethics that nil rlght-thlnklng ( LtKMXr'aTsVof'th.ngi
newrpgper men subscribe to. and Illuminates the path toward the per-jtbat are worth while, and your vdl
feet goal that all true newspaper men nro seeking. It In long, but road tonal Page will win every time
w " .u ... . ....... It carefully, then read It again. Uu- It aside for re-reading tomorrow I . The editorial page if the Junior
,b woo bo .r-auny ami wuniifi . ..,. I ., ' . .' " city In this country Is ti my mind the
.. a , I w ' I - I ft X. ' III fft(l
rallied to their defrnio In time of
And, It chow ton. that the legion
glvoi vnluo recelred for what It rets.
Thrnsk nn chirlty. Tltey put lota of
hard work into -he local entertain
ment and the (UaV,r of the enter
tainment shows it
When tho pv I lo vl Oregon last
year voted for t d passage of the
Upon you. inlrhtlest liii,.,,rliinl fnrr.. In Itir,
...., . ... , . .... . . . . ... .. i ..--- ...-. -- ... ...
Kinaung sinew mc nres oi goon ciuzensnip ana painouc co-operation. world today, appealing to flfly mil
This I" the address, ns delivered at a recent meeting of the Indiana
Editorial association, nt which u thousand members. Including Vice I'res.
Ident Calvin Cooltdge, were present:
lions of readers and one hundred and
twenty-five millions of population
every day lu the e.ir That's u pic
turo of lt.1 mighty force, nud It Is
ouly a bare average uf a few thuus
"Thn .lttrrl it MM la flio 1tr.vtne nr i-II.Mm, np nTitflnnu nt IliA .,..,1. I
of the thought of tho country. It Icr-clty peoples tho common people ""'J t,,.,!,1 community l.dltow should
should not b the creature of the, they are not cloie to the heart-lm- I mako his power felt fcr tla good
narrow propagandist. It should not pulses of the people. You ure. "f clvillxatlon. Make the underlying
bo tho devotee of aw Mngle thing.' Condemn crime vigorously and do I "''ctrlne Ove if home and ccuntry
except Americanism. It should he tho not neglect opportunity to draw ,Un "fR"010'1 rfe we nave now. ami
KUi ruuiii uiiii i ivflM ;t'w njiun urn
roldlers' u-. legi.lsi.on tber did not "biter of the ambitions, the hopes. ' forceful morals without being gar-1 "ol 0, olhrr l topia yiu know mil
T! J M, t: 1 !S!' . .J!?!,!oPWDllh.of human Illthe rulous. The editorial page mustdo ,L"J "'f, i " ""
- " "" "-".nutnan race. tbrs It must show that 'the yAy of.""" 'ji'- " - "
dobt to thejr defMiilcw. When the "In a few year the education of the transgressor Is hard. and that ,drho for communluty the toinmun
congrei of tha Unlie.l States shall'lbo pcoplo ha.- developed to a point wickedness and lawlessness do not "V0" IU; In; for that a part of Hie
.... , .. ..,. t 'where the people's forum Is the eill-n.iv ! stato jou livo In. aud a fort-elghth
. '. . ""' ...... """""torlalpage. Tho public uses the pulpit," '-lie fair In nollilcs. but b furf. ' Part i f the .ountry ou live n
legislation that will not discharge
our full ohlleitlon.
-Those are ucts thai wo hare un
dertaken and ,ll undertake col
lectlvcly in ienipt fo how the ap-
preclatlon of the slate and nation,
but I bey do not
aa one scant con
teflon remains upon
Ifor different purposes The cdlicrlal fui There Is nothing 'gained In hid- ' ' The editorial page .should forever
paeo be censor of society. It l'lnK one' opinion. Make It forceful i ' a K,anl vt ,"rtl"i:il1 " conunuulty
the director of the evolution of the am! militant but makn it rlni int.. "'. community lu.pe. ronuuuiilty
mind. .ij micht bo fair tn i. remind...! nf I comfort, with the home, market out
Tho old-llmo Journallitlc dodrin-, Voltaire, who declared. "I wholly ills- '"" ,n" bulwark of It all You'll never
ii.nre ii fawvu uui ui iwican', nntirnre what vou ur anil I will .1... ""
Iwhen uan.a fjreeley, Murat.HaDte.id. fcj wj(h mjP jf0 your right to i ro ml th0 ,u'x, "ay' of l"n ""'ue
rliin ii. nf n.,- aicoiii. vv nitcrsou. nnu ueorgo v ii- nay u limn, ei us ipienniu perspfvine; 11
rein. " ol our I llairf Curtis wlolJnl nourcrful twns.l ,'i. i. . .......... .. n...-.. ..ills civic UDilundlng. the thrift and
slbillty. As lopg'tnjivldual JoumaUsm. like that la ru, ,. 'V. ... "u 1' .iJ .' ?.-'..". I..'', ." ! forceful Amerlcunslm of Its cltUens.
-..inr of tho great longer known, or llttlo known, but '.,. i-.ii....;. 11"; " 1..." ".'.. Say all theao thluirs In eery cou-
-..-.. . . '. VI lUIVIIIhVIHCl MU Hill II1I1IK 111
tory, and philosophic essas, unit the
best political mid social prlucipiea to
be fouud lu the accumulated lller.i-
1 tu re ef the .world '
I think that, too. and Ibis editor
has volrrd what has been lu my
heart aud my work We run a uuotu
llou from the Hood lliok every day
"The editor of the Saturday Even
ing Post asked me the oilier day what
feature In your newspaper lieil fit
ted Into the home lire of our com
munity ' I could only answer. Moral
ity.' which meant a clean home, an
honorable business. Integrity ever)
where In social as well as business
und political life There could be no
more to ray limn that
' Longfellow-, nt "', in the solemn
presence of a multitude of students
of llowdoln College, pathetically de
clared. 'We who are about to die,
hjIiiIo oil" We plcneers of the mod
ern Journalism salute you, the young
er set II Is our heritage no pass on
to vou. the heritage of this gruil and
teeming land It Is to nu to do nr
ills, l'or half a centur) wo have build
th ! h it nai armed into ntner channels
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Mil . . . . . .
automobile-airplane age. On the ' cetvauic wa mo peu can creaic ami
will be the duty and privilege of "annei. ,nai ro c.ose 10 uorae ncw.pnpr men cr tho American na- ' "" ', "', """?. " "' ., ..
u . uuu ir.n Ke ui close to Ihe, peope. The metropolitan ,ion ,.,, - ,.... riuniiiiin 1 ' the editorial page all the
ovary American o accord them tho pros, no longer Is the mighty power. L0" '? " ,7V 7Lh.1 Umc. Kwn day make It a force, a
fulUrt aupport In every laudiblo because so much of It .has drifted Into rOfril0s,, Tii nnuimn..r mnn mn.t . power, a factor In local and Mate
. . .. . tpiit.fi nitc'i .itsaf iai ind Inln alnlalA' . .. . T . -"-"- " .
-tho hour'A m.' nation and Into slnlnter
ts'lnlil thn nnu.. tn ,tli-a.l t-o .. ..
inland pre., ha. taken It. "r" n , "' w ',i. ' . hi VTfi
endeavor. And Then tho Jut vcn.ilno.nouJ
,.i- 1- .. ..... ... . 'trade. Tho
muuio luniiui 1 l inai noma uanii ... -..-. , . ,.. . .....
-- mace. 1 no luniar eaiiors ni inp truun- . .,
.ball close tho ,,t Me In the great .try aro loading. ' -'Th cd. to lal Page n the d turn
retreat, then nnd only ,h;-i can.lhl. f "TodT thn edIWrIM Page shines , ()f JS nBper 'man. mu?t b S
and coalnf yaacratlons of AmwI'S,'" ,"" " " U "ope and build up Its power It
e. consMcr Iba , need for Tn'ouS andTrr VZ'.
vigilant watchfulne... lest wo ml,. 'iPonho Inland preJs that leads tXalrVSl
eomo opportunity ror repayment. H,'":- , " ;, ,..., and Industrial force. If It la true. It
Wo do not abaro tho fear, aome- tho Junior city or tho Inland press
I IHU l" "CI UI IUV t'UUVi4IIUII U U.Tt ... . ,. . .. . , .. 11.
irt..t 11. i , ...ii.-r.i , niiiuvuiiuiiiinuunion1 tiirwuior-
bo Junior cltr or tho Inland Press ' !? !." '"J ? '? .
tlmoa rprcsscd. Ihat tho rw.iw, is It never has befere: fcr every '"'.", M"rlu1"ann?rt,...h " ,,,e
...... . ...... r7erv 'cUvmii.t have its iP..lers of construe- lPl? very day and hrur tho povvur.
v ,u w, uc .ojurcu uy -pam-.: ,"'. ,i,V,,Vi,7 -hi,h .niS .the glory anil the significance of our
ptrloc." will become aelflib. will tho coluwns'of tho press that nt so' fonuilon nd flag to tho enduring
hlrk bis duties aa on Individual, closo to tho heartbeat of tho country l'na V1" ttc ""I11 "l1 merit what we
and will ,.. 11.. Mu 11.. ... ,u tbat has hecomo so Influential. ' h m0'- 'reedom and tho un-
. .v . . ' ' "V"S,B t'eoDU .In no n6w read nn edl-. Interrupted 'miranlt of life, liberty
of the legion for tho advancement ,Jj f.?.,1.0. ,.?.,. v. and happiness'
Ct hla OWU class. , .. Thv read It for the Intellec ',
ed a jtandard of Jouruullsm In this
ciuutry that has no pier In human
creation. We pas on the luuutry to
1... .....I. I...... 1. .!.!. It. ..r.
Say something now. and tomor-. '""TA ".'" "'".- '7, rZ, ,
a cnuntrv so m.is-eriy 11 is now in
conceivable. From pioneers In the for
est wp pass on lo the young men a
lmllilnl empire thai is beyond com
pare. Wo pass It on to ou ounger
men Oh. take It and treasure It
and build ll as we bullded It lu Ihe
I days nf Ihe civil strife to now
'This government is foiimieii in
the principle of father lo son The
priceless, heritage Is all that tl l
yours, young maii.to take aud in ike ur
break Young man. lake that way
the Inheritance -of Mils bullded na
tion ' It M all yntin to enrry on -to
I. cauuU hitttiir fulfill juy vMim nt
It than tn speak of tho poc'a pillion
If I could exhort the nuwspjper
DJd thay .bow inch self-secklns tal benefit it will be to them; for mcn ' more with tho editorial
cnaraetorUfcs- In J17 and 1918? tho Information they aro seeking on Page: If I could only mako tho Picture
When bv ih,..r. -a Z . . vlrllo topics, natloual and Iccal. W cI,h,, Prlcc heritage a
vnen ny luouiam j und hundreds- "tn.i .hnii i,. ih.. nniirv ,.f nn real editorial pari can becomo to a
of tbou-Andt thoy relinquished sate editorial page? Truth! as you see modern American Inland city, then
posltlong and went forth to hard- It. Directed according to the eom-'J could feel mpatd for struggling
lJu III H(4tW VU Ui.MV ( ..iU. ' UUI
hin. .1...... -.. ...i ..... . mon iaw tne law oi tne ren torn-
.i. , . mandmenta. Alway. preach the doc- forget -"at 'Alwaya. what Is In t
ido acrvico of freedom, wcro they irin.. of riehi.nn.neiu ih nuidcn . heart und mind of the men who mal
treading then on itenDluc atone In rtule and. vcu may never co wronc. the nowspaper, thine through,' aal
Ihn nilhn-.u f .1.... .... ".Inr nnu-nn.iner ftf rhtrlr inav.bl' Henry Kord la IU llliecr Weckb'.
-..- rM.M-M. v, .trfps afiKranuize-
rnmmind nn auillenr of ratllv 10 - but IIOVCTthelCM true,
000 people and larger It la a won- "The old-time Journalism Is gone
derful oDoortunltv to talk to such a Tho new ora In Journalism Is hero. It
beeauso of the recitation that a mass of open minds and direct your.' tbo Journalism of thu homo and
great crisis had arisen demanding work for the welfaro of auch a gath- flresldo--novcr before driven with
v" uo"uuinK .. , force and effect In tho heart nf Amcr-
no sunmergence of their own nm- piCred Indeed should be the pow-!ca, but It Is up to you publisher of will not go wrong, for tho super-Intel-bltlons'
and desire to the welfare er to commune wjth the moving, ae- Junior clile to do that very thing HBCnco of the people will keep It
now. Tne junior uy press m inu in-.fu;"'
mass. Anil I know this That If there
nr cityiunii neen tno iam ttuper-iuteingencu
They went, tlio vast majority,
affairs. Any publisher can afford It
Alvras uphold our town ns the best
town. Kvery week do this. (!o urcund
the place and find something splen
did to say. nnd then say It with real
action' Spread oiir bouquet In the
lifetime rather than at the liler of a
cltl.rn. Uphold thu ambliiona of your
local men In the editorial page. Do tt
"I think I know the magic power
of one hundred and fifty editorial
pages In a super-stuie like the Hol
ler commonwealth, driving with 111
full power at tho intelligent thing
that must be discussed In Ihn affair
of government ns well us tho affairs
of men the affair of tho family
I How mightily does It strengthen the
raco this great American rare' j
'I kncw this. There can be no I
war, there (an bo uo overthrow of
constitutional government, there can
be no serious political catacl)ams
here: there ran be no economic ruin
of this forcaful. militant, powerful
nation of ours with It magnified and
enormous wealth and greatne.s If
the function of the editorial page
goes on with the same far-seeing
astuteness In the next decadu aa ll
has In the pact flro year. fir It
power has come to stay and It will
keep Its stride be sure of that. The
editorial pag or the Junior pre.ss
must keep up Its stride and step with
everything and all thing lu human
affairs: and doing that, the country
... v...,.n .. luc ncunm er 10 commune wiiii mc raiding, ac- " ,.,. . .v .'. -
of Amorlca and Iho Ideals of free-jtlve. working civilized force of any w. The Junior tlty press U t
dom that aro America's dearest community. Tho editor ha the power, itellurtual force that reachc the
herltaRo "'irica nearest ow wl ,m JW , ,. m(1Kt 1ge l(U , th(, mB,,, ,.,pt ht! Jlln0
I rightfully or he will foil People are pre must mako think, and think In I the ame civilized community force
Has tho exps-lence gathered In j not easily fooled between the false proper vhanneli Thu junior city ' In Kurnpo us wo have In America, the
camp, anil In battle and the fewinnn tho true. They are rnpid tiutiK-'Pre. represeiueu uy iioweriui jour
rears of neace iinin f, .k crs. Lincoln aald. 'Yu cannot ford nals In every modern lown. all over
.b.ir.L m . . ,.h03O,nll H'o ""oplo all the Uinsi thouirh ' fotty-elght Matea of the I'tilou. U the
wno came back, with the r 11.0- .... . . . ... . t r.-,.- r ihr.ii.i ... tt.n h. ...,. nt
- - -- ...-v ,jriu iiiimu i.;ui nuuiu w. i.iu i-iiu ..-w". ... ..w..,. , ..... ,..w..u ...
and little else to show for two or
throo 'years arduous aervice chang
ed theso high u trlluitca?
It would bo a Urango alcmy
that has to quleijly transmuted auch
absolute UnMr.a)inaiu Inrn l..un
rolfiwkinf nn,i ,.- I morale, lift up tho low.aplrlt. oncour-1
-.....,.. uc ...t.t-.uarj UKH .no drooping nnd disappointed.
drots of three million loyal hearts. "Follow tho Ten Commandments-
The Iruth I. that the member the Sermon on tho Mount You can't '
of the American legion seek ony o wrong. T)o not Iwnr" fdUe wltneea,
. I,... . i..M , .i .. .... "J. 1 '? optimism. .
.w j..v uu u. ... j.iucrivuiia, ine
j . i
some of the time. Intelligence lu our country It Ii tho
"I would exhort publishers to editorial page or the junior city pre
think more of the power of tho edl-: that mutt drlvo Intelligence Into the
torlal puce. The people need help heart of the home, nnd not prejudice,
more now than over beforo since tho J , , !! r
World War. K Is up to the editorial;
E.a.B.Q.,!.o,?.'v".!h.1,?J!rli: .z:,lrS 'h.i doings of the duffs
Wbrld War could not huvo been pai
nlblu again. Uut In Kurope the home
was net educated, the fireside was
the pluihlng or kings; the war en
gulfed us nil: The community force;
built up by thu i-dltorlul page In
America, If Imitated lu Kurrpe'a
eounlry-side would Iihvu deNtrod alt
Is the cheapest flung yon bay, pro
vlded you make a vviso selection.
' fft.OO A I.OAII
pass II out
"I knew Just what my father was lo
And is unto this day,
And ao unto my boy would I as truly
tAud lu the selfsame way,
" l honored, loved, respected him
Dave me bis love ns pay'
I pass It on unto that boy of initio
And hope and drcatn and pray
I may so live that lie may know Ihe
True things of life, and may
Honor and love, respect, obey ,
Ills falher lu a heller, nobler way
Thnn I did mine.'
"Don't you see Hie revolution?
You can aee It ovety day, n bundled
million peoplo reaching out and grop
ing lor the Kiilillme, iho divine In
telligence, a hundred million people
passionately devoted lo the flag, ile
intuiting upon Iho edllorlal page for
Iho methoibi und means to piotuct
nud defend the beloved toiinlry
"Aa wo pass on, yielding a national
heritage lo the jouuger set. a Merit
nee so supoMllvino that human
words can not tell It nil, we can onlv
bellevi) that thoauhllmo profession of
militant Journalism has not ye
reached i Its iK-nk. but that lu the
ears to follow, the forces of com
mutilty life will cluster about ll. und
united In the brother-hood or co
operation, build to a higher ami
greater purpose, so that civilization
may ho inarching on to a bigger nud
' In eoniiusloti let me iiuole Ihe
words of Ihlgar A lluest
" "Perhaps the victory shall not come
to me. '
1'erhap I shall not rearh thu goal I
It may be nt Iho last I shall be ves.
And falter as the promised laud 1
Yet 1 must try for ll und strive lo be
All that a comiuerer In. On to Ihe
.Must be my cull I hla wav lies vic
tory' ' 'Hoy. lake in) hand nud hear me
when I speak.
There Is the goal. In honor make the
I may not reach It. but, my !. oti
Cling lo vour faith nnd work with
all your mlghl.
Some day the world shall hall i.u
na n. intiti.
And when ill Inst shall rmii.i vi.nr I
happy day. '
Ihtotigh for me that I have shown I
the way ' " I
I III J HTlt.VNM TlllvWTHH TONHIIIT
l.eah llnlrd, lu "Cyulhla-oMhe-Minute"
leailH tho bill at Iho Hlriiml
tonight lu Inking Iho slilplioanl
scenes near, Tainpii, Mnrlilii, Miss
lliilnl, during Iho second reheainnl,
took ii high dive from the bow. Hint
was taught lu a nalrllng current und
Mime fast ioeno wink on pari of
iho IioiiI'h now was necessary. Tho
uiiliilenllonal scene wan nol rnrorilcd
by the iiimery. as both ruineruinnu
had dived lo Iho heroine' ' lescue.
However. Ihe dive was luken Inter
and forma one of Iho Ihilllliin scenes
of, Iho pliiuio.
Tonight In Country Hlore nlgbl and
there Is Ibe usual stork of nurnr.
flour. chlckDiis. lea and othen usiibln
counnodllles lo bo given away
A an lidded alliiicllnn the man
ageiuetil uunoum'ini that Ibe ihnin
plou holy baulaiinvjdithl of Klamath
county will be Introduced In the an
illenco lonlghl The country itloio
stnrtiv at S !'
Wo furnish n nice warm dressing
room, n bathing suit, towel and show
er for 35 eenlH The plunge Is free
In spend Wbnl I lino )oU llliu. Come
und hsvu a good lime J2t I'. 2H
HADE YOU WINCE!
UsU Kn' fi-iv for iliruitMilc
achHi. silal a. Iuiii'..ic", ove
weilnl IIIUKlrs, nrtll.ll.u. Intl.
rulet sluf Jwilo nud l"C fnii and
itrnini. it tntlialn mlhjul tubhnt
I lie rty l.t-t lime Sou mo Muin'
I.iulimiit )iil will wi'iiihr why V'U
iKirr mitl it Mine, fheuimloitlni;
wantilh nn.l ipidl. rcKrf liom ulu
vtlll ilrllulilliilly utliiie vou.
' Krup Mo-im' JUisjJ vaml at the Ilia
tagn of an uclie or .iiu, uk- (t.
At. all iIiukkI&I? J5c, 70c. 51 .10.
The water Is warm and nice warm
dressing rooms ut the Nalatorlum
Cotnojiud (earn to swim. J3C y,Z$
lll.'aufl.'s I..I.I alH.lU.a arl
i ..uk ku IttHA 111 llvla-ril alyixiia 1
iiinfiaint rtor-1 fir si If t'tn,
1 Kina, -!. iirMiii f " a " I
ll,f.kTlil-.l. llr.Juf lt llolaull
I amilf llanw.1., Abrunmut.
''' i . . - - --,-i-,-r-t-,-, -,-y-y--y. .j-v-g-iru-g-inrvw (j U-LTL lqiVU L
I'OU HAI.i: HIl TIIAIU" rivo year
old mare, vniclit about 3.',o.
bloke lu plow, will lake J,.", or irnde
for g I milch row Imiirlrs .M.irlMi
Orern ranch, .Merrill road is::. '
KOIl HAI. I'
ll th Hi
To the Outdoor Kportaninu .
Take advanlago of the winter' re
duced prhc on good used cars, while
wo ran cell them on easy terms It pre
ferred 1 'JZ Dodge. VSSO.IH)
1 IP 2 1) Hodge. ItiOh.UU. I '
I I92H (inn nihil, 135 00. Nursn desires work, country nr
I 1917 llulrk, I ) Under. If.no ou I city Very reasonable. I'. O Hot 133,
I 11 1 7 llultk.C rjllnder, I7U0.00 Klamath l-'all. 17-23
I - 1920 llulck. f! cylinder, lsou.00
1 -l?lh llulck. ii cylinder, Seilan,. White Leghorn baby chick. I'ure
tK.00 00 ' Tnurred strain .Malts from hens Willi
1 -1!17 llulck. 4 cylinder. Iiou 00 1 221 in 2&s nivi Circular. Henry
AMI or COl'H.si: I I'aratt. Corning. Calif. 11-21
Tho latest lu new llulrks. In both i
four und U cylinder modvla Just , Hodge car for sale lu good running
arrived iimUr. I'rlm lionon Addruis A. C.
Ill ICK HM.VS X SntVU'i: CO. (ilvnger. Chilo'iuln. Ore J .1.2 I
Klamnlli Ave. nt 7lli. I .
K 21-lf I U'..Ti:i i:,.H,nl' man Inletidliig
, , . ' 'I .lo liw llir i.l:ili Midler loan vvn lit s
lOllhAl.li- Auto rnrs, all good uper-j l luiy well IimtiIi-iI o mi inonllily
It. !.. l.aln,. . fn.l ... ..... ... IJ ', .... aa "af.a.i .. a... I ... Sat mill
ulallou prlce.i. .Mint get away Heu
Hick, 24U Itroad 81. 22-2fi
I the hottesl, thoroforo thu best! Hoom k noani. 110 per week; I0
wood for thu cook stove.
$.1.00 A DOUHI.K IXMD
i ier muiiiii. oaiii iiiciiinen. .in out
side plastered rooms, Corner nth &
con hai.jc Hog from I'll,, to
twelve brood sows, pr will trade
for cattle all sown bred to Pure bred
la the cheapest for all purpftsos ' ft,,,,n., $Mn. l,oar' J,l", l:7'
you get moro for tho money. I ' crr ' f,' ' "'
pnimrnls. .Mul upiirnlsii nt l.tlllll.
Addn-M i:-.erv he. iiire lli-rald, Ctf
Whllo Leghorn, llarron-Tnnrrrd
Htraln, from our own slock of proven
merit. Per 100 in May 1st, l2.e0,
after 11 On Ordor now. .Mnywood
poultry Farm, Corulnn, Cal. K-U M-l
O. PEYTON & CO.'
411) Ma I ii
i I'OU tiAI.I-: New mpdern house and
' garage, 27.10, terms In suit buyer
' I 'or Information call nt 1 3311 Oregon
Avo., after A. 30 p. m. 21-27
I'Oll HAI.K It I lied rockerels set-
ling eggs, Whllo Lenliorn netting
eggs nnd baby chicks, Krne.t Webb,
CVniral I'ulul, Ore. 1C-27
Lyceum Hall, cor. Kth & High, well
suited fur select parlies, will be rent,
ed at nominal prlres Apply to M.
.Motschenbncher, IMiono C56W, or ou
HTKAM, HKATICH mom. I3.C0 por
week, Large, we) lighted lobby,
shower baths. Nw winter' rains.
Central Hotel, J. T Ward, Mgr. llir.
It )ou want to sell It, buy It, trade
It. or find II, try a Herald classified
constitutional r!;hts aafeguarded to
every eltlzort an rqual chanco In
llfo, the same liberty In action and
opinion, und tho same opportunity
ror tno pursuit of happiness.
'When Ihpy went to war they
save a voluntary handicap to those
who remained behind. They aac
riflccd aood positions In civil life,
and lu many Inttancog did not re
gain thoui when they camo back.
Thousands of thoso whoso living
comes from manual toll find for
oltners today holdlug the Jobs' in
which ex,-sorvlco men should have
proferoaco. . ,
SAV TOM, DID VOU SEND THE -VOU O BETTCRJ OH LET HIM WAIT A TOM. THERE IS SOMCBODV WE UNDERSTAND THIS f '?,
i umi non a rurr.Krno i olnu Hin rccwnav.-c.ucsfinTH .- -roc cn.i- nn.n i housk i.-i i-nu ufut.
THE RENT THIS MONTH " L ONE! -LOT OF JACK -HE'S NOT -y r" MAV WE GO THROUGH F?
TT-rtrT- -t ' WmrtrrSO PROMPT ABOUT FIAiN Jll A11, A 1 ' IT PLEASE V . '
taTV' T I I 1111 I ri JMlsji j .-tssssfv m I p -!-. r II. IMIL7 nirl-"ltzl MIPI -' a--i'-t't -- 1 Ytiii M w-m 'ill.
Ji- ' "'''' '' ' ' mr- - i ' i -.
"When asked In .liiflnfl tbn differ
enco between an optlpilst and u pes-
Rimist, Ibe Joker replied Ibat an op
timist was cne who always rollowed
the light of hope on and on, and the
pessimist was the fellow who pr-
alsted In blowing It out
"Fight for constitutional govern
ment and keep explaining what It
means. Then tn It again. Constitu
tional government Is Americanism,
und Americanism Is what the editor
ial pago must teach tho most. Say' It,
nlvvaya say It, In scores of ways, Koep
on and in saying It.
'i am nioit fnterc-iled lu the suc
cess und wolfuro of tho Inland press
tno press i may explain aa that
which Is not a part of thu central
cities V l bo country which have
ery HtHc In common with the habit..
STR A W MURPHEY'S FEED STORE
K JL MkkJm, If 124 So. 6th St PKon7