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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1922)
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HATUIUMY, MAY MT, IMS.
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
K R. HOCliR..
If. ft, HIM,....
.Hditor and Publisher
Oregon, e WAgor, boforo another
public service eomiirTsslon, unless
tho selection of its 'member by
EVERYBODY'S JDOING IT
Published dallr eicent Sunday. b
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath rail, at 119 Eighth street.
Uty Mltor popuUr 0, '" bo,, No!
I minr take a stand against tho J
EateN at the postotflco at Klam
ath Pfllt, Ore., for transmission
through the nails at second-class
MKMMCIl or TUB ASSOCIATED
popular dcmuint In any mnllcr ot
such general Importance a tho tel
ephone rate case, that brought about
tho downfall of Williams and
Not only Is It poor public poller
to recall a public officer for doing i
unm no conceives to oe nis mil,
but If the commission was right In
I fl&Bo i uui it uiu wiuuiirviuii wa riKiii in I
Th Associated Press Is cxcluslto-' the telophonc rate case tho action .
L-""1.". iSJ0!!- Ir pubJ,'c:iof the people at the polls Ir not go- '
Ion of l sewi dlspatche, credited , . , . ,, Wll nf
to it. or not otherwise credited In
this paper, and also the local news
i sassisaesasis M a
HATUIUMY, MAV 27, I OS.
THAT old wl.crie m ricirl)
lorrd br lawjcrs examining
iliorv Hare you rrnd nnj neu
linpern nboat thU cac? tin been
Rltrn a Mko on tlio J" by ttnl'f
llltiKhnm of llnorburg, wlitt wi):
A x-on bus the right to tirlWw
what ho reads In (lip iieMswior
Is UUP nud the ftrt Unit hi I ih
trail about a cumi ictl not dl
qualify Mm for Jury crviv.
I A PLAIN FIZZLE
A S L.ONO ns tho recall cxlsts as
T n uunltlre weapon to be wield
ed at the whim ot a prejudiced
electorate, Intelligent men are go
ing to bo chary of seeking public
Every ballot clerk In thn Hate,
who served at the last election, will
support the statement that a large
number of vpte.rji did no; appear
to know what they were driving at
In the recall. Many voted for tho
rocall ot Fred Williams in Incum
bent commissioner, dropped their
pencil a line and Instead of voting
for Kerrigan, made a crog oppo
site tho name of Williams, the offi
cial whom a moment before they
had voted to recall.
It will be. a long, cold day In
lug to encourage any great honlo of
corporate Investors to seek profits
from their surplus In development
of Oregon utility enterprises.
I The voter tuav have reached the
end aimed nl, but It look to us at J
If we were In tho position ot the
western Ijncblng party, who discov
ering that the wrong man had beeu
their victim sought to mako amends
by the leader' nslvo apology to the
widow f'Well. ma'am. It Icoks like
the Joke's on us." I
The result of tho recall probably.
1$ disappointing to the recalled
commissioner, but vn renin in !
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".. ihji iuo rvviiii ui aiica nap
nazara punisnmeni in too long run
will fall far heavier and do more
, damage to the future of the state
(ban to the reputations and future
prosperity of the men who were
punished for fulfilling their con
ception of official duty.
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Star Drug Co.'s
Big lc Sale
It the last day of the big aajc. rylrtke
a list of your wnnts now
Many a roan who thinks be was aJ
fool when he married hadu't chang
ed. These til stork suckers would bet
ter let wells enough alone
Every day the miner strike con
tlnues we predict a harder winter.
When a man say, ho can't do uj
tiling mai proves u.
The more crops come up, the more
price go down.
Three ot the clt' truel, werol that the trucks wne hating all they
kept buiy jesterday In the went side' could take care of. tin Indication
district hauling away litter that lins that the movement has met with the
been rounded up In the clean-up uml ' npprt al of all the ritlteui
palnt-up campaign. V O Smith,
chairman of the street committee of
the city council, said this morning
Hugh Currlu, chairman of the
children's dlvWIou, 'distributed among
hli itiulriiien morn than Out) tickets
Many an autonteMto Ma la 44iMr the
power and ap4 of waJcb ft j oapatsW,
fail in accIcratianap4 pn taa bilk, bt
cauM of poor jupriciarkjC.
The purpose of taaihillna ia a raaaoa
friction. In this csnaacliaa k cauat aa n
membered that oils have katemalpr aatv
lacular friction. The heavier the oi the
core this internal frictioa, which has to
be overcome by aad uses up power.
The ideal oil for the automobile ia the
thinnest oil which will keep the bearing
surfaces separated, and at the sasae tiase
ofler in itself the least frictioaal resist nnce
to the engine power going to the rear or
Such n oil U it hM "oUto.es," aubttty aad r.
Iy, will give prfct .lubrication, aad permit Us
dcvtlopmtnt of ths muimjim power, speed and
Gasoline mileage of th car.
Zcrclcna rotu thsse conditions perfectly.
Zerolena hs great "oiiin," itl&ch cause it to
cling tu bearing surface while offering ia Itself
minimum of frictions! resistance) to the engine
1 1 hss great suWU ty , whkb cavseelt to tsaUt eu&f r
heat srul tofonn a minimum of carbon of a mdh muy
nature which goes out with the eithaust.
A5id It Is mre.
If you follow the Zerolene chart of Conect Lubii
atlon, you will develop the moximusp power, speed
end gasoline m!lac of your car.
STAN UAKO OU COl4rt
t osnn vefssaisuBj
I fti fllKUll ENGINES
fmm fi'6H GRADE
I I afefTWal lllll W
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Wfffltst rOR 5PEOAL-CATAL6a AND PRICtS
Jf f QKAfif: ,WA5ft.-PUei4.mC.- 3AM JPXCA.L
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
lllpo 01lea Dill lrkl4
Chicken with Hire Soup
Dolled White Khli Kgg Sauce
Chicken Kricnsieo with Dumpling
Minced Chicken In Cream (a la King)
Ureaded Veal Cutlet Tomato Saueo
Stewed Corn Mashed l'Otatoe,,
Kreh StrawlK-rry I'lneapple Chocolate
Vanilla lea Cream Assorted Pies
Tea Co'ffce " Milk Chocolatp
To sell good merchandise at reasonable prices.
To stand behind everything ye sell, with our
guarantee of satisfaction. '
To deliver good .ervice and constantly improve
To recognize our pations as the only bosses of
To truthfully advertise.
To wejeome and serve all' classes of people
To make ourselves more helpful to Jhis com
munity by being better merchants.
To believe in the merchandise we sell.
To believe in Klamath Falls, i(s people and its
institutions, and to boost for them all the
Tp welcome constructive-criticism of our busi
To appreciate suggestions from our customers
which make this a better drug store.
To rectify errors and adjust complaints prompt-
ly, courteously and justly.
To value highly your good will and .friendship
as well at) your patronage.
To gajn your ultimate satisfaction in every
transaction with us.
To treat you in every way as we ourselves
would like to be treated if you werte' run
ning this drug store.
CURRINS FOR DRUGS
"CURRIN SAYS SO"
"aim s for f.lc
Ointment 2 for 3le
2Gc laxative Aspirin
Cold Tablet .. . .2 for Stir
I.Ivor 1.111s . .: for 3Cc
Kidney Pills .. 2 foi Clc
Antiseptic , . 2 for Clo
I'llts 2 for 3c
Antiseptic . . 2 for 2Ce
Cough and Croup
llenifcly . . 2 for ile
25c Itnall Tooth
Taste . 2 for 2Ce
25c Syrup Whltn
Pine and Tar 2 for JCc
35c Itexall Almond
Cream . ...2 for 3Ce
25c llaby Talcum 2 for 2Ce
Toilet Soap 2 fur Mr
COr Violet nulre
Cream .. .2 for file
COc Violet Dulco
Cold Cream -. . . .2 for Clc
Cream Tartar 2 for 2c
Cascara . 2 for 2Cr
Soap , 2 for r, lc
30c Perot ion
Cream ....2 for 31c
2-1 Sheets Paper
Makes the hair soft
and fluffy. Regular
price 50c. This sale
Crater Lake Pictures ;
An oil tinted photo of Crater Lake, 4x10 inches,
mounted on white bristol board. Sells regularly
for?l.f)0. This wile I
50c llauquet Uamee
COc Violet Dulco
35c Kexall Bbavlng
Cream . ... - ..
35c Itexall Shaving
lotion -- -,
Shampoo . .
50c Cascade I.lnen
40c Cascade I.lnen
. 2 for Clc
.3 for le
.2 for 3c
2 for e
2 for lc
.. .2 for Clc
2 tar ICe
. .2 for 2c
... 2 for Clc
, 2 for Clc
. 2 for 41c
2 Pictures for $1.51
l.lmll of two plctureK to each iitnioni. r
Johteel Face Powder
The large compact size with puff.
No waste. The powder cannot spill.
Regular price $1.00
This Sale, 2 for $1.01
This is only a partial list of the many good
things pn sale. Visit the store and look them
Buy a 75c hair brush and
we will sell you a 75c lady's
dressing comb for
$1.00 Harmony Toilet Water, Violet,
Wisteria, Lilac 2 for $1.01
JJ.25 Truflor Toilet Water, Rose,
Lily, Arbutus, Violet .2 for $1.26
$1.00 Scptone Hair Tonic 2 for $1.01
$1.60 Dazira Face Powder 2 for $1.51
$1.00 Bouquet Ramee Face Powder 2 for $1.01
$1.50 Bouquet Ramee Toilet Water 2 for $1.51
$1.00 Nacre Perfume 2 ounces $1.01
$2.25 Maximum Hot Water Bottle,
Guaranteed one year 2 for $2.26
$2.25 Maximum Fountain Syringe,
2 quart size. Guaranteed ... . 2 for $2.26
$1.00 Symphony Lawn Correspondence
Cards, Gold Edged 2 for $1.01
$1.00 Shadowlinc Stationery.
Pink tint only 2 for $1.01
$1.25 Sarsaparilla Tonic, a Spring
blood medicine 2 for $1.26
$1.00 Syrup Hypophosphites 2 for $1.01-
25c Red Cedar Compound. Protects
furs and winter clothing from
moths 2 for 26c
65c Flereioe Fabric, Novelty
Writing Paper ? 2 boxes 66c
75c Ladies Hard Rubber Dressing
Combs 2 for 76c
STAR DRUG CO
Fifth mid Main Nl Klnmnlli I'iiIIh, Orrirmi
frittHttr1rtr0iii I'OSTAOK KXTJIA OX MAI I, OltlKIWftttrrtMttrft
as9H a9esagwe es
Jo tho theatre party, to be held at
the Star Saturday morning, uml all
children participating in tho move
ment 111 be admitted upon prenenta
linn of tho tlckejs nt thn door,
Tho following chairmen have, tick,
e-fs to distribute and children should
secure Jliem from the cbalnnan 11"
Ing nearest them: Johnny l.'arllngH.
Herbert llurlson, Howard Shetdnn,
llnund Henry, Merle Sranson7 Kor
rest poison, Archie Michaels, Doris
Ynden. Dick Cleveland, Pnnuld liar
lln, Downrd Ourbln and Margaret
CitmmlnRs. Children unable to lo
rate their chairman can secure tickets
at the chamber of commerce If they
bao helped in the campaign,
Merchants ha been requested to
clean-up the alley's from 4 to 0
o'clock tbls afternoon.
PORTLAND, May I J. Livestock
and eggs ateady, butter firm, wheat
91.20 to VUG.
1 M -it. r-f n i'W'fyi.- vrTVi -BJj-jreyi
We wish to notify the public that we did not sign
the petition that was circulated by a few business
men of this city.
CHINESE NOODLE PARLOR
ByTin Hipg Guey.
Knowing Wr Conditions
I Believp n
, lFis!iJ ffiEd! Day
i for Araancans Cany on,
It B. CRAVER, M. D.
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