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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERAjJ), KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Th Evening Herald
r. H. WVLK...lMlor a fvMtasMr
H. R. Mitt. ..CHy MHm
PblU)ir4 datlr except 8unday. br
fke Herald PublWltln Company of
ith Fan, at up Kiinib street.
HELP "SELL" COMMUNITY PROSPERITY
KalsrM at ttm' poatnttlce at Klsm-
ttb Palli. Or., for transmission
through tho malts ai second-clan
MEMBJCR OP THB ASSOCIATED
The Associated rrcsg In exclusive
ly titled to the uso tor publica
tion ,oi an newt nispaicuee creauea
to It, or not otherwise credited In
thli psper, ,snd alo tbo locat newa
published' herein. '
THURSDAV, MAHCIt 10, 19SE!
EVRHV letter that goes out of Klamath county for the next few
months should carry tho increase of coming prosperity prepared by
T. A. Stevenson, secretary of tho chamber of commerce. The secrotnry has
sot resolutely to work to counteract some of tho ndvorse publicity that
tho community Is getting, through press reports of local controversies.
At the forum luncheon yesterday he explained his purpose and submitted
to all present tho Initial piece of publicity, which Is reprinted below,
and which ho urged every business house and Interested Individual to
enclose In correspondence to the outside world. Tho message will ho
printed and distributed at cost on slip convenient for .cnclouro. Any
one who desires to Join this movement for advertising Klamath will be
supplied with as many of tho slip as can bo used on application to tbo
chamber of commerce. Tnccosiiairiuing,
This 1' !hti mfcssage:
1 SHOWS WISDOM
Yt la always Interesting to watch at i
Jl work tho man who knows his bust
nos. Ho may bo n great surgeon,
master of the most dcllcato nicety of
technique, cngiued In an operation
that means tho salvation of long
yoara of un tul life, he may bo a dig
gar In a ditch vim y proper control
of pick ami shovel makes lighter an
arduous task and ruins fty per cent
efficiency ovr i i rtnikr fellow; he
may bo at the ' id of a company of
soldiers, cr ho tni be In the hind
most rank, but you spot him by the
precision with wl.l.'h he directs or
obeys directions. Ho may be a forest
lookout In imo lonly aerie high
above tho clouds, he may be rnnnlng
an air drill In the deepest mine: he
may be n follower of any 'of the
thousand end one vocations that
make u, mUcrn civilization, but re
gardless of the power ho holds or the
humbleness of his station, be Is en
titled in tho utmost appreciation and
support.: "Tho . n who knows his
Knuws whore and when to apply
bla energy in or.-, r to get tho best re
sults. Knowj, too, that perfection,
rarely attained, hut there alwaya
room for Impnr.c uent, and considers
today'a best done tal: but a stepping
stono toward tomorrow it better
This Is not a paesn cf praise tor the
so-called "expert", who u too often
Incllnod to view efficiency as a sort
of fetich, of which bo Is tl e sublime
apoatle; too often Inclined to ran
wild on theory and worship at the
shrine of his own ego.
It'a a straliht-from-the-heart trib
ute to the man on the Job, be he a
graduate of Harvard cr the univer
sity of hard kftBCks.- doing the best
with bis opportunities as ho finds
them dalty: meeting his probelms aad
admitting mlstaku, but alwaya In
control of tbo situation.
Coming down from generalities,
and speoklng from tbo point or view
of the practical newspaper man, we
want to express our admiration for
eth rlght-down-to-bedrock, matter-cf
fact way In which tho present secre
tary of the Klamath county chamber
of commerce la tackling bis Jrb.
We may not know a great deal
about bla Job as a whole, but when be
gata to dealing with matters of pub
licity he Is playing on our home tot.
The aecretary assorts, truthfully,
that tho outsldo press Is "playing up"
newa that bares to the world our
faulta and weaknesses; and news of
our development und prosperity takes
Unfortunately the public concep
tion of news, which shapes the edit
orial Judgment for all editors are
socking to givt the public what it
wants la that which Is most unusual
In tho world's dally evolution The
more extraordinary the happening. In
tho light of cnmnic" experience, the
greater Ita news value.
It Is the usual experience for n man
to mate with :nuu good womun, es
tablish n homo, icar children, pay
his taxes, obey the law, bear his abarel
of community responsibility, keep his
marrlago vows saend, nnd so round
out a iisuful nnd honorable life.
Occasionally, iiower, man de
parts from tbo naual. He brats or bo
trays his wife, slays his children, em
besslcs from hi" emploer, goes to
Jail, or I - handed. Not one man lu five
thousand, perhaps, ever strays widely
from tho path ol rectitude. Misfor
tune, dishonor and tragedy are not
the rule of llfe'but the exception. Hut
their very infreijuoucy mako Ibolr
Our local controversies are not uni
que, but they aru not tbo normal oc
currences of life. There am' angles
that are so uncommon as to approach
the unique. Therefore any new devel
opment Is heralded by newspapers far
and near as news, something to at
tract, If only for an Instant, public at
tention to un unusual condition.
A 1.ITTI.K HIT OF OPTIMISM
tt Is characteristic of people lu Klamalh Kails. Oregon, to
pass along good news to their friends. It Is something llko tho
Golden Rule; It work, both ways.
In this connection t want to add that wp are ery much
pleased that tho year 1921 has gone from u. (Had, because it
carried away unpleasant memories and brought most ple.is.iiit
Klamath Kails Is tho county seat of Klamath county, and
although tho county population only slightly exceeds 15.000, the
following Improvements will take place thls year:
150,000.00 t 150.000.00
.150,000.00 J .150,000.00
Pine Ucctle control
State of Oregon pays halt the bill,
t This amount will bo spent by government.. Private
timber owners will spend the same amount dis
tributed over three-year period.
: Congress appropriated $700,000.00. K.stlmated at
. least 350,000.00 will be actually spent this year.
Other projects listed below haw been announced anm Im
provements will either be made this jear or will be started and
finished next year.
Railroad building . '. .fS30.000.00 $250,000.00
Extension water main, .. 45.000.00 45,000.00
Hear in mind this Is over nnd above our normal lumber
capacity, which alone will bring us an income of approximately
1400.000.00 per month between May and November.
Have we not sufficient cause for being optimistic' If you
are Intorestetl in our new country drop the chamber of commerce
line and receive further information
Yours for Prosperity. II. ANN OPTIMIST.
DO YOU REMEMBER
When Bloomlagcamp's. Stun r I Crrrk, Krrntn's and Clin'. vtevt
the srtopplag places for freight Irani on the road to nnd from Agx-r?
Whew the "old swimming hole" nan in I he Ankeny ranal U front
of the PreabyfrrUn church?
- -i .
When Tom Mania and the Itevrrrnd Itobrrt MrLanc furnUlird nil
tfereatlM newspaper controversy over the rlghtrour of llio Ihnt
When the first ditch was coutructnl carrying water for Irrigation
of lasHts Mth of Klamath KalU?
When Frrd Houston of Ihe K. K. K. More noiilrcl a reputation a
a itoHbtrhaaded drill striker?
This sort of .publicity does net have
to be sold. Editors demand It, and
will until tha.vublic's attltud toward
what makes news changes. ,
The secretary of, the chamber of
commerce Jcnows his' Job. He knows!
the Impossibility of changing either,
the public taste or local conditions
..m.I1iI Vlnl kv hvtnvltiv tA llpllt I
stories of development and greater
possibilities of development In Klam
ath county, he expecls to counteract
the less desired publicity. '
In other words be would apply an J
antidote until the system has rallied '
to normal and thrown" off the poison. I
It is a practical solution of a hard
and hampering problem by a man!
who knows bla Job.
It Is a solution that will work, per-'
haps not to the perfect degree that
the secretary hopes. The newspaper
craft have somo well Ingrained Ideas.
Th school of the blase old city editor
who said: "If a dog bites n man,
that'a what might bo expected audi
not news, but If a man bites a dog
that's a whale of a story." Is still far
Rut here's one nowspaper man who!
wunes me secretary success, ami
whose nowspaper policy will be shap
ed a little closer toward the end the
secretary desires, If within the range
of the possible.
figures of failure among advertis
ers with the figures of failures of
non-advertisers thoso who freeze
I LKKHON FOK AUVKUTIHF.ItS
Yuba City, Cal. Sutter Independent
JU8T the other day we Kaw an
article which read something
Once upon a time, a man had a
furnacu which was not heating his
home with satisfaction. One day
he becamo angry, and going down
to tbo furnace, exclaimed: "Not
another lump of coal will you get
until you give me more heat," The
poor fellow froze to death.
Herein Is a lesson for advertis
ers. Some man puts a little ad In
the paper, and It It doesn't bring
the results that he expected, he
says: "I won't advertise again un
til tho other ad brings results." So
tbo poof fellow freezes to death.
If you want further proof of this,
lookup statistics and compare the
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NORMA TAIIAIKiK AT KTUAMI
l GHOSTS OK YKSTKUDAY
Krom ahoft. sweet little woman,
living to do good to her fellow beings,
and finding poverty "not so bad
When you get ued to It," to a reck
less, hardened little social cormor
ant, taking advantago of her posi
tion as queen of tho night life of
Paris to flceco her victims unmerci
fully, Norma Tulmadgo makes an un
paralleled transition In "Ghosts of
Yesterday," the Sclznlrk picture
showing at the Strund theatre to
night. In this picture Norma Talmadge
reaches the apex of dramatic power
and equaling her In emotional Inten
sity Is KuRcnc O'Hrlen who plays tho
Also a good comedy and Vincent
l,achace In newvsongs and tonight
Is country store night. Some of the
prizes given away tonight at S 30: 2
chickens, 2 boxes randy, bag sugar, 5
quarts milk, ran oysters, pound rof
(vf, package tea and others. Show
starts G 30. Same prices 10-20 cents.
Yap Island Is settled ; but thu oth
er ynps ro not,
A fool nnd his "heavies" ant soon
Only national bonus so far s ali
llootteggers lmi tnndo moro nb
s tit I nor than prohibitionists,
Collego students claiming co-eds
nro cave women mustn't Judge tho
girls by their clothes.
Lots of theories would work If
thoso who have them would.
Amateur gardeners uso hoes; nmn
tour golfers uso clubs; tho results
are about the same.
Vesuvius li breaking out. This
spring fever Is everywhere).
America has two thirds of the
world's telephones and four-fifths of
tho world's wrong numbers
Road heg: A man who keeps lu
the middle nnd leaves you both sides
U. S. checker champion Is beaten
by Scotsman. Keeping our firemen
busy Is ruining checkers.
Censors claiming our movies are
"stupid" don" say It they found them
that way or left them that way.
Southern farmers would Im rich
nnd happy It someouo rtmld teach
boll weevils to eat weeds.
When sumo people miss church
thoy bavn to make up tho sloop at
(After rolled stockings get bark
women will have no trouble boarding
street ears boforo men.
Prof, says our side of Niagara will
bo dry In 2132, Why don't they lene
svi.tax aaiMs to
UK, kino ok nivrr
CAIRO, llgypt.. March Id A
script Issued by Sultan Asiuad I'mlni.
announces that Kgypt iad heroine
sovereign sla'o ami that tho sultan
will n ssii mo tho title of King of
Kg)pt Tho llrltlsli parliament has
not yot passed an act lifting tho llrlt
Al'I'liKS in pimont flu; older to
euro II, also dried fruits, foodii, flour
Iteasoiiiililo. 127 N till street i'liotio
f..S5W t 1-17
Tn whom It iiiav cencern:
On and aflor this ditto Mis I. M
Tot in Is not itiilltorlroil to collect auy
IiIIIh duo A II. Halo or Klamath
Kails News agency 13-III
KOII HAt.K No, I. clean working
' mini's hotel doing flint IiiinIiio.iii,
$3,000 cash ioitilrrd. II. Iloliiiiiiiiu.
KOII RUNT .MiHlern einniilololy
fimilnlio.il apt. ON Main. KI-ID
Lyceum Hall. cor. Nth ft High, well
suited for select parlies, will bo rent-
nil ti! nnmlnnl i,pli-., Amitv ti l
Motscltenbacher, Phono 556W, or on
Ladles, graceful, artistic pumps
mid oxfords lu spring stlos, $0 50,
$7 00. $S00 J I? Sudors ,C- Co
Wliltn Leghorn baby rlilctia, $11. no
per inn. Tiincred strain. Heavy layout
circular. Iloury Tnrratt, Corning. Cul.
HTKAM IIKATKI) rooms $3 50 per
week, Large, well lighted lobby,
M.'i.v'nr i showor Imtln. No wlntnr rates.
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KOR HAI.i:-- Now tow ii apples, $1.35
box. Any I. O, lu thu second zoiio It you want to sell It, buy It, tradn
In Klaiualli county O A. Manning, i It, or find It, try a Herald classified
Talent, Oregon. !i-load.
Swedish select certified seed oats,
ton lots '.Mb I'tsi loss Humility 3 els.
I J. A, lluiihoiu;, Klamath Kallii, Ore
lug claims ngaliisl tbo aliovo cslitto
aio hereby notified to piosoiil thorn
to mo with proper vouchors uttiiolieil,
at in) losliioiiro, Merrill, Klauuitli
County, Orotioii within six mouths
NOIICIl OK APHII.NTMIAT
in tiii: cor.vrv corin ok this
STATIS OK ORISGON KOII KLAM
ATH COI NTY
IN THIS MATTISH OK THIS ISsVTATIS from the tlato of this uutli-o
OK MARTHA W VAN IIRI.MMISR.1 Hated thin Hilh day of March. A
! lioconsod ' U. t!22
I Notion Is hereby given thai I hao IIKOIItli: W OI'KII.'I.D.
boon appointed us Administrator of Administrator of tho l.'state uf Mar
tho Cslato of Martha W Van llrlin tli.i W Van llrlmiiior. Deceased
'liter tlereiised mill nil porsi ns luiv . M 10 23 30 A II 13
A Bargain from Our Kodak
For ten days only, our Kodak Department offers to make a five by seven enlargement from your favor
ite negative, frame it in beautiful style all for 85 cents, which is less than the frame usually costs.
We do tins to advertise tlie high class enlarging work that we turn out.
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Nylotls Cold Cream Oc
Nyals' Face Cream OOc
Pond's Cold Cream 3-V and KJc
Daggett Ramsdclls tlih-and -liic
Palmnllrc Cold Cream Me
Squlbb's Cold Cream ."Mc
Cocoa Putter Cold Cream MOc
Colgate Charnils Cream ,"HK-
Red Feather Cold Cream . . . . flOc
Ingram' Milkweed Cream, fl.OOandftOc
Pond's Vanishing Cream 03candn3c
Woodbury's Facial Cream ......... -...Hoc
Velvctlna Vanishing - ...ftOc
Pompelan Day Cream riOc
Crcrae KIcaya 7()c
Mary Garden Vjnlsblug Cream ..........70c
Pompelan Illoom ...... OOc
Illrd Kougo :ioc
Rougo Dorlnn ........Ittc
DJerklts Rouge -. ...'Vc
Mavis Rougo .Vie
Mary Oardcn Rougo ..- - TOe
Rosaline - - -lie
Veda Rose Rouge - 50c-
Nylotln Facn Powder Wc
Day Dream Face Powder .7c
DJerklsir - rWcand fl.l.
Puasywlllov TT... ........ 30c
Pompelan Ileauty Powder aoc
Armand's Faco Powder .. ....V)c and $l.oo
Thrco Flower . ..7.1c
Java Illco I'owdor OOc-
Colgato's Talcum 3c
Cha-MIng & Florlcnt :i(c
Mavis Talcum :10c
Pompelan Fragranco JMlo
Car a Nnmo 91.110
Lady Mary 40c
Mennen's Talcum ftOc
Nylotls Talcum :13c
but Kill the Corn
A good toe is a good friend
capable of a whole lot of serv
ice, and it might be less painful
to remove the corn than to re
move the toe with the corn. Use
which with a very few applica
tions takes out the pain and in
three days or so allows you to
pick out the corn itself. The
trouble soon ends when the corn
is gone and certainly this corn
remedy will remove the corn if
anything else in the world will.
No, it will not harm the toe.
Outlay Hand Lotion "Or
Ny.il Iliilid Lotion 40c
lllii.l i llonoy nnd Almond
Cream l.a."land fOr
I'amellno . .. floe
Orlonial Cream 7.1c nnd a I. an
Maurlno IliMtity Lotion . . H
Donna Viva n.1r
Holmes Front Ilia . ... . :t.V
ISspe) s Cream ... . MOc
Odoronii . OOc and ,'Mr
A II. H Dooilnra , 'Mr
Spirit Powder Hoc
Auuilln niio nnd hoc
Velvrtllia Powder ,10e
Domlraclo . .TOcnnd ft.SO
Nwi , aoc
Phelactlno ... .tt.'M
Modeiio ... ... 9I.UU
X llailn's Powder OOc
D'-latono . IH.UO
Wlvetlnn llopllatnry . .. . HI. on
Malvlna Cream one
Sllllliun'H Frerklo Cream .... mte
Velvellnu Freckle Cream . .104
Piirnln Frocklo Cream :Wc
Olhllio, Doiiblu Strength I.UO
Horry's Freckle Ointment .... ii.ie
M.uirliio Krorklo Cream . . . not-
Co-Re.Co Krorklo Cream .Vie
Popsndont Tooth Paste All,'
Pehi'cn Tooth Pasto ,vie
Colgatti'a Tooth Pastn 'Mr
IVroxlilu Tooth Pastn :iOe
Nydeutu Toulh Pasto flOc
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DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
ONLY ONE CAN LAUGH
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Lj I WASNY CR7JNG-! wu.r ' I "t'gV'&F" LI THAT'S NOTHIrK?! BlTT, 'M HEf2.
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100 tbi. Chick Feed $3.35
100 lbs. Chick M.ih $3.25
100 lbs. Meat Scrap $6.00
501b . Charcoal $2.50
100 lbs. Ground Bone $3.25
100 lb.. Egg Math ..'. $3.25
100 lb..1 Dairy Feed
Murphey's Feed Store
124 South Sixth Street
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