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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
r. H. HOCIK..Kltor ttdfttltMr
II. R. HILL... . City Ktlltor
Published daily oxrept Sunday, by
Th Hornld Publishing Company of
Klamath Fnlln, ot 110 Eighth atrcot.
Rntored ot tbo postoffleo at Klam
ath rail, Orn tot transmission
through tbo malls as second-clsss
matter. " " '-
MEMBER OP TUB ASSOCIATED
Tha Associated Press Is cicluslro
l entitled to tho tiso far publica
tion 0f til iiawg dispatch credited
to it, or not otherwise credited In
this paper, nml also tho loral now
HATUItHAV, MAY a, ll.
HKLK.V KKLLKIt'H PJIOTOPjaY
No photoplay of recent years bat
created tho enthusiasm and wonder
uroused by tbo drama ot Oeorge
Kleln'a production of Helen Keller
In "Dolleranco." This astounding
woman ban played a remarkable part
on the world'B stage from her child;
hood days. Her life has been 'di
vided Into three acts, each jane more
dramatic than tbo other, and each
replete with comedy and omance.
With a thirst for knowledge and a
keen sense of humor she bag made
her llfo ono of tbo progressive hap
piness shoddlng Its Influence .on all
her surroundings. Jr, Francis Tre
vclyan Miller hus caught this spirit
In "JXllveranco" ani has written a
story that Is as convincingly dra
matic us It Is historically accurate.
Ho hnH drawn n picture, of contrast
between Holeu Keller und her child
hood pluymatu Nadju. Each has her
lovo story with ull Its' interesting
phases. They are vsaudertui stor
lea und mako a great picture. Helen
Keller In "Deliverance" la coming to
the Strand Sunday,
Thoso who have seen it do not
aay "you should
must soo It."
bee It," but ."you
ASTORIA Retail -p'rlco of milk
drops 2 cents a quart.
I FINE TO SETTLE " 1
LJ ARI) as It Is to accept defeat
M M, gracefully. It Is fully as hard
to gracefully accept lctory.
The sweeping Inndslldo for Martin
and Leavltt, who carefully eschew od
tho courthouse quctlon In .the prl
mury campaign, must bo taken n an
Indication that In the mind' of the
leoplo tho rourthousn fight has reas
id Jo possess political Interest.
The successful candidates appeal-
od to the business sense of tho vo-.
tnrs; their opponents sought to cam
paign on tho worn-out emotional
If it had been a matter ot a few
votes majorltr. It could be accounted
for the grounds ot personal qualifi
cations or personal prejudice, per
haps. Rut tho wide breach of bal
lots teems to lcan no room for un
certainly tho people nrc.tlrde of the
Tho logical conclusion to draw Is
that the time Is rlpo for scttlelent.
Let's quit now. Tbo shore Is In
reach. Let's not get Into deeper
We trust on0 side will not be. stir
red by defeat to plan retaliation ;., we
trust tb0 other will not esteeni vic
tory too hlghlr and thereby fall to
get full benefit from It by the lst
uso ot their 'advantage In baring the
backing or public sentiment. Pub
lic sentiment veers quickly, but in
tho long run supports tho right al
wals. A decade of voting on men and
platforms bas proved the futility of
further contention ot this sort. It
seems to us that now honora-7-wq
question tho term's correctness In
that direction aro even. Now that
the people have Indicated a demand
for moro business In local govern
ment. It seems to bo a logical ,tlm to
give them the opportunity to settle
this natter once and for all on a
business basis, forgetting .personal
ities ot the past and uniting on a
program of policy tor the future.
All know tha Herald's Idea that
the Ite ot tbo uncompleted court
house would make an Ideal educa
tional center, and could bo developed
Into an aBkct 'which would increase
In value, as years go by; while the
completed courthouse could at once
If unyouu bas a better Idea, let
them, bring It forth that all may con
sider It. Rut not with arguments
of personal prejudice to support It.
The origin ot this dispute, the past
mistakes, must be forgotten on both
aides. Let us approach the thing
from an angle heretofore untried,
the vantage point ot conciliation and
SHE VfAS A GOOD OLD WAGON BUT
Oh, the wheels we're red and shiny,
And the axles all were true,
And the bod was big and roomy, and
It held a mighty crew;
The brake held fast ami firmly,
Kept the whole thing in control,
And the good old wagon ran for years
And never struck a hole.
She ran handsome in the country,
Rumbled smoothly o'er tho town
She was a good old wagon,
But she's done broke down.
"Bob" Emmitt on the driver's seat
Was a most inspiring sight ;
And Bob Bunnell, cigar firm clenched,
Sat proudly "on his right;
And Short bulked large, and Marx was there,
And Asa Fordyce, too.
God wot it was a good old bus,
And held a gallant crew.
They held their seats so firmly
All trembled at their frown.
My, she was a good old wagon,
But she's done broke down.
Let's give them all full credit,
For they swayed a mighty power.
"Judge" Elliott and Eberlein
Were heroes of the hour.
Bill Lee and Maurice Johnson
All shared th common fame
There were lesser lights a-plenty
In that list too long to name.
All crowded in the wagon as
It.rdlled madly up and down.
We'll say she was some wagon,
But she's done broke down.
The turn at last is sighted
Tn the longest sort of Jane,
And the .wriggling wight, who pays the tax
'Wfll.bear just so much.pain.
.Buitwhenat last he gets enough
-And -is-driven to rebel,
With the boys who druv the wagon
He m plain words raises h 1.
That is why they hit the breakers
With this .bus of great renown.
Say, she was a grand old wagon,
But she's plumb broke down.
The grimmest kind of battle
, Must reach an end at last
The future can't be Tmilded
On the eiTors of the past.
'Twas exciting while it lasted,
70iii political parade,
With the boys upon the wagon
Driving gay and undismayed.
It's hard to quit skylarking,
And get down to business sound,
To climb off the good old wagon
That's at last broke down.
Take her on the level and she'd ramble like the devil,
But.when she hit rough going she couldn't make the
With the body badly battered and the running gear
In the ditch, at, last all shattered, amidst ruin she is
They miaeed the good old wheelers, and the whip
Swing and pointers jacknif ed in a mad stampede,
Vainly' .Bob, the, good. old skinner, plied the lash on
1 ' saint and. sinner,
But they failed to pull together in the time of need.
AJiopeless wreck she's lying, and there's no use trying
To put her back together, and make her sound.
Like 'the one-hoss shay of story, she's plumb gone to
She WAS a good old wagon but she's done broke
FOR HAI.i: ruillllun "V touring,
excellent condition Will tiiku
kimiiII car part payment. I'luino MifiJ
Mr. Hammond. lU-ao
FOR SALE Four fresh milk goats
and billy. All thoroughbreds, $4ti
each. Addrots Acnes Nichols, Oaiollo.
Ciillf., or.ro Mountain lluiiw. t'.t 2ft
FOR 8AI.K- Thoroughbred regis
tered shorthorn ImlU ut u reason
tiblo price. Antelope Orehurd, Wollen,
Oregon. Telephone 35K1.1. M tS J-l
W..Ti:t Suuill irnet of land front.
. . Iiic on or near IjiWo Kuiiuiih, S''ml
iloM-rlptlou o. I 1M, llerultl. MI.S-20
FOR SALE room modem house.
bath, tiacineut, partly furnished
on Lincoln street, $3,000. Iniinlre
room 3, Swantott llldg. 1324
I. R, CARPENTER, Painter nml
PuporhniiKar, Phono S7CJ
Strnjod from my place, hay saddle
pouey, branded K on left shoulder,
rwiii itimi root unite, rieaxo notity
V I). Harlan, ShlppliiKlon, Ore,,
Phono S2.M. iRtf
ltt'lllinit HEELS Jaek
WHITE LEUIIORN baby chlcki. Tan-
trod strain Reduced to $10,00 per
100. Henry I'arratt, Cuming, Calif.
SHOE RKPAIRINO Jack Frost. 119
H, Sixth St. 17tt
lll'ST Li:.THi:it. IIEST SEItVll'K
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Oth St , Juit off Main tfitf
WANTED Man to net an perman
ent riwldent representative for
Klamath County to Hell Metal drain
Mills, Metal Tank', Hog Feeders
Watering Troughs, Water Tanks, nml
other Farm Conveniences Products
best In I heir class, priced fairly, real
money maker and tlmo savors for
tho farmer. Full tlmo uorU. Per
mam nt proposition; real opportun
ity for hustler, (live age, oxporlenco
und references, COAST Cl'I.VEET
S. C. Whltn Leghorn llaby Clilx
fnr AnrU. .Mnv nml Junn ilnlUi'rv
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prices oro right. Model Poultry Farm, '
W. C. Smith. Prop,, Coming. Cul Herald rinnlflcd nils mean tho best
(Established 1901. Stf results, quick! -
of Organized Labor
Scandinavian Hall, Sunday, May 21 1922
2:30 p. m.
Speaker from each Local Union in thexCity
Auspices of Central Labor Union
Business Meeting of Timber Workers Follows
MILK AND CREAM
Safe Satisfying Sanitary
Buy Milk and Cream from the Only
herd supplying milk in Klamath Falls.
We employ modern methods of dairying,
using a bottling machine that bottles and
caps the milk. This precludes the possibil
ity of contagion common in milk capped
Our plant is open for inspection at all
times. Come and get acquainted.
7th and Klamath
Our printM arc made on Vclox it is now non
abrasion, another safeguard for Vclox quality.
Materials that are Huytman-iniulo and methods that
arc IOastnmn-approvod, plus the experience of our
u.xpuiis, are guaraiuics oi micsi nuuiiiy iiiiiihiij;.
Mull jour Films, or llilm: 'I hem In
STAR DRUG CO
I'lflli nml .Main HI., Ktnmalli I'.illt, Oieirnii
CLATSKA.NIi: Local cuunnry
mIkiih up L'fi neies of eiicumliers
To get $(I,r.oo apuf
ru i.i:tti:u iicadh should ie
atlractlvo and uureelly piloted
as they are otir 'card ot Intri ilm
Hon ' Ke us (or your mxt sutipu
of orriro slutlonery llllt'M.MOMi
PRINT HIIOP 2ii
DOES SHE SMILE ENOUGH?
When she learns of the conven
iences, the will be satisfied with
nothing but electricity in her
Wlij do IhoiiosniU iioe i In Irli ll)
When I'lntrle rlrniii'rt out iWl.oo nml
h vmmiim !Hle?
Illoitrle lioiu roM Sll.llO unil f in I healed
i ot nite'.'
sj AutomolilleH SKHMMI tit St.tlOOOO, when
, a liiiivr nml biiguk ol SIlllO.lHI'.
It's the SERVICE she guts; the
ease in accomplishing the 'every
day tasks of life.
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER
Make Your Tractor Work i
Attach it to a D
Russell Thresher !
AND INSUItK VOUIt CHOP IIKINC
TllltKSIIKI) AT THK PltOPKU TIMK V
A size is built to suit every requirement M
The "Russell" Junior Thresher
with Timken Hearings Is tho prour size fur jour
Kunlson, Ssmnon or similar Tractor.
The "Russell" Cyclone Thresher
U built in six sizes for all makes of larger Tractor".
"Russell'- Threshers, Tractors, Sawmills
aro the leaders In their line.
THERE'S A REASON I
Till! A. II. AVKJULI. MACIIINEIir Co.
Please send mo, without obligation on my part, In
formation relative to a Kuwhki.I. Tiiiikmhkk of pro.er size for
"y Tractor wlitrli lahors power In size.
FHENCH MIHSION COMING
PAHIS, May 20. Th0 French
fovernment has informed the
American, war debt funding com
mission that it la ready to send a
special mission to tho United States
to confer regurdlnic payment of tho
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
A Full Bag
, VOHKKa CUjtMH ATTACK
PORTLAND, May 20. UeorBo
Ford, who baa been vvutng at an
east aide dock, told the police to
day that be was attacked by fivo
men last night when they Jumped
from a machine which crowded to
the curb a machine ho was driving.
BEND $26,000 deal-' flosed
.whereby Brooks-8? anion Lbr. takes
orer 800 acres In taw section.
VOO 6AY YOU BOUGHT JTTmrT YOU'D THINK THIS WASA f ' I .. DID NOU FIMD TTTTT.
S0Mt -HFl J Wmpmbed SECONDHAND SH0P.BY7HE ONE OF THES& VffXi THEM .TOM P 6fiatttftl
THETHEAT!R. FOR rJ&E5R BONCH OF CLOTHES THAT ARE BAS HAS A 111 h IH&rijl"- lH-TIBll
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