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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
TBUItfiDAV, JULY in, 1023
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
P. K. HOUMC-lMltor and PublUhrr
II. It, UH.ti........... City Kdltor
I'. G Nlrklo. AilvcrtlliiR Malinger
rubtlihod Aally except Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klnmntli Kntls, nt ll'J I'lghth street,
Entered nt tbo pnetofflce at Klam
nth Kails. Ore-., for transmission
through tbo walls ng sccond-clnss
MCM11BR 01' TltK AS30CIATE11
Tho Associated I'rcst li ojccluslvo-j
lr entitled to tbo tine tor publics-1
lion of "It nowg tlnpatclips credited i
td It, or not otherwise credited In
this )mrer, nnd also tho local uaws
published boreln. 1
" TIIITHSDAV, .ll'I.V l., 11122
SOW TO REAP
KMKMUEU t!ie old school
loader story of tho runner
tind tho lark. The old lark knew
Hint na lew; as uncles and cousin,
friends nnd neighbor, were de
fended on ror help, tho Krnln
would po uncut nnd her nest would
not bo molested Hut when the
farmer nnd his con' rolled up their (
shirt sleet e. and whetted their
nlcklos, tho lark told her offspring
It was time to seek other iunr
lers. Opportunity I ripe for hanost
In Klamath county, but we must
nql depend upon our Oregon cous
ins nnd California neighbors to gar
i.er our crop.
Tlicy havo business of their own
to attend to, -and, ghing tlieni full,,
crodlt, they are attending to It
Wo can profit by tliolr example.,
rnd can hopo'to get help from them -
us long ns our Intdrosls and theirs
llo along parallel lines. '
Dut when It comes to reaping
benefits In our own field ot op
pottunlty, wo will lime to furnish
tbo sickles and tho arms to wield
Plainly cpiaklns It Is u time to
spend ell tbo money wo ran and
u.-.o nil tho energy nrallablc to In-.
tared tho world In tbo possibilities
Kvery dollar spent in obtaining
publicity for Klimatb is a dollar
wbioly Invested not "donated" or
"contributed" but INVESTED, with
us near a certainty that It will re
turn two or hye dollars on b4
investment i anything offers In
tbo realm of business Investment.
Wo b.io no golj brick proposi
tion to roll. We do not deal In
future,' but wo have the tangible
.iluesv In land nnd resources to
offer the settler of today.
And r addition wo havo tho is
suranco of two great railways, that
In tfco event that olthor acquire.
tbo Central Pacific )tem, tho
lines in this territory will be ex
tended. In nny event p are
promised a main line, urn! tacltly
promttcj a tormlnal point on a
There aro thousands of families
In tbo congealed centers of tbs east,
equipped with n-ell capital, who
wo.nl J sro In ubnt we have to of
fer a bcut en-sent opportunity
They wpuld welcome the chance
to rcttlc on tbo Inndspf tho Klam
ath" basin. . productive from tho
t.tart. and u)nn tho railway ilc
M'((ipmeut romcj, us comu It will
In tlmu, 'they would got tbo de
served eompcusatlon of .tho pion
eering eiuplro builders.
Thin Is no tlroq for biding our
light under u tnibiol. Wq havo a
potential empire In our hand
iloro laptlal and more workers aro
uucded to develop It Uy letting
tbo 'ori lutow what wo hao to
nffor Xrotu Jobs at tho present
t mo for n thousand pairs of hands
to enterprises that will appeal to
tho Investor seeking a Mfo field In
which to tot his wealth to work
ing wo huto hometlilug to Interest
nirii, and women of many diversi
Tbo i.iqvcincutMii Northern Cali
fornia Is designed to benefit Cali
fornia, .jiot Oregon. We. may ex
pact bcnoflti from It, certainly, for'
a percentago of people, attracted to
vley, Northern California will over
flow into southern Oregon,
nut, nt that, no onlj clean1
among tho stubblo, ulniru others i
havo ronped tho bulk of tbo liar-'
Wo, say uif.iln tbat If Klamath la '
to get tbo full advantages to which J
v,p ere entitled, w0 must spend our
own monoy and eombluo ocry
oupco of community energy to ud
ort)ao (fip pocslbllltlo.s of Klamath.
,Wo havo too loug pursued u'
ppllcy of letting other do the sow
ing, in. tbo hopo that some of the
seodi woujd full In Klamath hoII nnd
wo wpnld reap mi uudesgril and J
That policy has novur worked
and never will. Only ns we sow
wisely, maj bQ expect (o eaf
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Special Prices For Mark Train's
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Pure' Silk . .
WHITE CLOTH STRAP PUMP
Was $6.70, now
HIGH TOP OUTING BOOTS
Hot weather searches out tender spots on your
fcpt. ,Wp hnve the relief. , m
CHAS. P. MAGUIRE
713 MAIN ST.
Sacred Heart Academy
I!orilli!g and l)i f",Iiocl for Hoys nnd OlrH. Abund
ant .vliole'ioiuo fqoij and Il"gular Hours I'creonul Super-
Mb on with IiLnallko conditions ,
School Will Open Sept 5, 1922
Tor nforii'iitlon (all en r write,
hlrtll.lt .SUT.ItlOlt. Klamath KhIIj, Ore.
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1 QUART OF ICE CREAM
CONTAINS AS MUCH NOURISHMENT AS
i'z, pounds of Steak, 145
pounds Bens, 4 pounds of
Peas, 4 pounds Potatoes
or 14 Eggs
Substitute Ice dream for
other foods this hot weath
er and get away from that
hot stove ,
Don't forget we ttill make
YUM YUM-fte best ew
Klamath Falls Creamery
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Mrs. o, A. Kramo after a mnrn
weeks llt In th east roturnt',1 homo
last night. She attended the Tatli
animal commencement of llololt Unl.
erslty nt Uelolt, Wisconsin, of which
sh Is mi nlumnno. Mrs Kraitso also
lilted with her mother who reildet
Wllllnm M. Uunciui loft joslorduy
mornltiK for Portland where ho will
deolo tho next fow dn)s to bust
Mrs It, 1C. Itanium left yesterday,
morning for llerkeley whore nho will
Join her husband. They will make
tholr future homo In Callfornlu.
Wulter llannon has accepted a pos.
Itlon with tho Algomn lumber com
puny for tho remainder or his sum
mer neat Ion.
Uiltcr (5. West. Klaninth Indian
agent. Is In lon todsy ultendliiK.1
to business aftnlrs,
i Mrs. James Moore arrived tasli
night from Corning, California for n
' Msll with her brothers, l.enn mid
Taut Keller and Henry llljalck aro
In town for n few das from tho In
dlnn lands bordering on the Upper
Klamath lake, where they havo been
doing work for tho California Oregon
V. T. Dulley Is a county scat 1st.
tor from his ranch In tho Upper lake
region today. Ho is hero to pun
chaso supplies and to get men for tho
I'rollmlnary.operatlons hnui begun
on South Ulvcrsldo avenue In pre
paration for tho paving which will
be laid this summer.
I), 11. Campbell Is In town today ror
a brief stay from his en nip on Spring
Mr. and Mrs. J O. McCnvlc. Mr
and Mrs. l S. Saioot and Mri. I). K.
Walker Smoot aro members of n par
ty of tourists that arrhed Inst night
from San Francisco. They are reg
istered at tbo Whlto rellcan. I
Mr. nnd Mr, K. J, llulgln nnd
son William 1. Uulglii airUed Inst
night and will bo hero tor the next
wook or so fishing nnd mijopltig an
outing nt tho resorts around Upper
1'hlllp I,. Wotnor Is loglstorod nt
tho Whlto I'ollciiii hotel today from
Mr. and Mis, OaWd S, Steal n nnd
David l. Kteanm mo UllorH hero
from Portland, Tlioj are at lint
Miss Albortlnn Nltxihelm lotiuti
od this morning from Kirk whore shi
has been for tho past Wook us tho
kuottl ot Mr and Mrs. V, J, Daley.
Mr, mid Mis, William (Itinong, ne.
eompanlod by Dr. nnd Mrs. J, Fnlk.
nor, who urn visiting hero front
Toxnrkana, Texas, will lenwt In tho
morning In their car for n month's
trip through Washington nnd llrltlnh
Columbia. Mrs. Knlkner h (Ihnung'H
mother and will bo hero for some
time after their return.
WKKl) LUIt. CO. VS. IIAIIT HKOS
Three causex for action aggre
gating I4484.1C, being foreclosure
of material Hens, were filed In the
circuit court thl morning by tho
Weed Lumber company against II.
II. Hnrt. W 8. Ilnrt, ot nl. Tho J
material Is alleged to havo been '
furnished by tho lumber company I
tor the Hart Druthers' building,
under construction at the comer
ot Main and Seventh streets.
I'rospcrlly wilt come back as soon i
as they lake tho peak ot high prlcow
out ot tbo way New York Tribune
l.tfo will never bo lomforl.iblo for
tho pedestrlnu until bu Invent some
kind of dlgulso that will uiakn him
resemble u tack St Joseph Nown
Ladies' Hiking Boots
In colors and widths.
12 and 15-inch heights. Essential for your
Take along a pair of Cool Comfy.
Pumps and Oxfords
Hosiery to Match
See Our Bargain Counter
Houston & Jester
515 Main Street
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I TisTtI I
We Are Selling Many
What is the reason that we are
selling go many pianos that we have
to hire other auto trucks to assist in
We will concede of course that our
quality, reasonable prices, low first
payments and terms have something
to do with it, but the real reason you
would never guess. ,
We figure that when times arc
"great" that people are always specu
lating, buying higher juiced cars than
they need, are generally restless and
arc spending most of their time trying
to get rich quick, while now sensible
people are thinking more on how to
get the most enjoyment out of their
homes and daily life.
, Many people have so long selfishly
neglected getting ii piano for the
children that they seem to have all
realized the fact at the same time with
the result that our business is very
All parents owe their children a
piano and we earnestly ask you to'
drop into the store and tell us your
wants if we haven't the piuno you
want at the price you want to pay we
will get It for you.
Earl Shepherd Co.
- f tanos, Victrolas, Radio Outfits
Phone 282-J. 507 Main St.
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