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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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q fitg'f"S-t4ltMNl Maimer
PaMlahed dally eteept Bandar, fci
Tie Herald Pabltohlag Cobbm? of
Klamath, rails, t 111 Mgath street.
-Ured at tea oetorfiee at KU.
atk'.vfMa,, Ora.,, for traamlaalea
tkrjaMtta aaatla m eeeoad-elaee
utter. , fiK , vi . ,
kX mifkd iVA'
t aieaatefca. arariltarf
otherwise credited la
ale the local iewe
J VIA' 96, 1M1.
I A FINE SPIRIT
NpT janjd(ltor twho attended the
stato editorial contention in
CorraMb&M&Tlrtually every paper
In Oregon bad a representative
at the meeting but returned with
a. broader (conception of that iireat
force. feW achievement that la grow
tag telth west that powerful
foreo-fortadvancing"the general wel
fare' that .. coll "community
spirit." . ;.
From 'rKe"lHV the scribe land
va ti -town.' Hrfangh three recrea
tional aad "Mefeatloftal day, until
ibey Twwllllnaly boarded departing
trains or cranked up their flivvers,
the-communlty spirit gripped them.
The facalty of the Oregon Agrl
cultural college the Corrallla cham
ber of commerce and the public of
ficials Representing the city of Cor
vallls left nothing undone that
would ,addi to. the pleasure and com
fort pt th.o visitors.
Tho same , high degree rf
hospitality that, charmed the edl-torst(ln-,
Coryallls was repeat
ed ui .Nowpori. tho cqitortai
badge' was coin k of Lbo rrjilm and
ordinary currency was counterfeit.
-. -,1,'suall)' co mm unit leu seise upon
ron vent I pa s -aa -heaven-sent oppor
tunities for money-making, and
prices fort rooms and meals aro ad
Mastod accordingly. At the editor
ial convention costs were practical-
iKr suspended for the visitors, and
the charges made for the occasional
article or .service that thoy were al
lowed,-to. buy was tho normal price,
TM t treatment' accorded the
newaaapermea rwaa the working
eMeaylifieattoft' of the commaalty
spirit. Affarently It la dona right
along at Cervallls. where conven
tions at,Jbeld freqaeetly.
"We Cefestder it- a fart or the
' evrrlevTa," axplalaed tw member
M MleVfa)Mtr., "We" want- to 1m-ptaat-tkiMe.U"tke
salads of our
atudeafa-tfcat- the cem'm unity spirit
fa-the 'Veafeatraaset any taee oaa
fcave.'.tfcal, heasrftallty la the most
attractive magnet that can be used
to 'devote? population and new en
To those of the editors who had;
- tb Idea that the state agricultural
college Is a plica of very practical
training, ultra utilitarian with cul
tural nAtte're as aide Issues, the
treatment accorded the guests w$a
Nbt a niwspapermaa In the, state
but was Impressed by the showing
of the what communities can Jo
(wlth a aailsevm co-operative
mv itf i a m h: -
When a gossip meets n rumor
tho recording nngel writes short
hand. Most of the European crises are
being "Made In Germany."
Itestnurants are selling corn-on-tho-cob
'and string on-th-bean.
Wonder It Ireland talks about
oar peace ns wo do about licrs?
(Talk about love at first sight,
some of them must fall In ,lovc
without looking at all.
Being good borause thero Is
nothing olso to do doesn't count.
wnen a man reacnes tor nis, nip
pocket you never know whothcr he
Is going to shoot you or poison you.
A sure thing Is when your wife
says sho is going anyhow.
In Tellurlde, Col., a donkey bray
ed Itself to death. Wish wo hadn't
sworn oft talking about Dryan.
Fashion aaya fall skirts will be
too long Instead of too shori.
, A swell neighborhood U where
you can be gone for a few weeks
and, no one misses you.
No wonder thero Is so much
troubto.' Rveryb6dy it makliiK It.
There may be no connection, lull
tne Increase In rubber heels and di
vorce sul(4 Is about tho same.
One day last week n man under
stood a railroad time table.
ne careful how you swap coufl
deaces or you will net cheated.
Any man can have his way If
(here. Isn't ".somebody else in It.
GEORGE J. GOULD'S BRIDE,
SANTA FE, N M July 26. Satitn
Fc, which tor years has boasted of j
the oldest cfiurclt and tho oldest bell .
In America, mid hns tho title of bo-1
iris tho oldest city, now brliiRs to;
light another relic n bottlo which
Is claimed to bo th voidest In tho
(Tho bottle, which Is owned by a
SAcorro man, was mntto In Spain In
March, 1289, just C33 years ago, ne
co'rdjng to Its 'mlrported history
which Is 'pos'tcit on thcTbottle. It hns
a capacity midway botwoen n pint
and n quart nnd Is black ns con) In
-color. The neck Is silver colorod nnd
the top screws' on, similar to somo
Something of the bottlo's career,
ns given out by tho ownor, may bo !
gleaned from tno follewing:
Sailed from Spain for America In
1C?0. arriving eventually In what
Is now Socorro. N". M. '
Lefti Scorro in 1T20 for Vera
Crux with n caravan of mute la
den with bullion. It li believed to
h.ive held water oh these trips.
Returned to Spain, take.) by :i j
mule rider to Old Rome, nnd there j
filled with holy water.
Returned to America and came
buck to N'ow Mexico, ,tho holy walcr
In the bottle being liod,to baptise
members of .the .original Unci Mm-
PACE BOOZE. CHARGES
Warren Ituff Round 0cr: Wclton
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run it wis iiniiiieii iuivmi hy Jiuiku
l.eavllt (bis iiinriiliiK In tho eiisu
I of Alice tliirlnnd, Mrs. V. K Itiil
Kton, mill I!, H Toiraro Mrstis Ivnu
I 10, KIIkoH', (llnd)s KII;ore mid Hie
t'ltlroiiH Siiliiitn bunk, fur the
foreclosure of n innrtgiKO mi l.nn
'noil Valley lamlii for' 9 1 1 l,00i i, t
. it per cent fioni Juno :to; nn, nt
I toinoy foes ?B70D.
nERAO IM 1HIS MCVJSPAPER r
' IS A HOtlCC TO TU' PUOUC Vl
nVINT NER lOOKtW rERVAOUJiV1'
CUf.tOWORC "M ARE GOIWAJ
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Stand by Tho SiioitNUii'ii's Anho
elation. Klitmiitli Trout 1'or Kluiiiiith
I County. Currlii HayH So,
Omi Herlotii nilstnke wuh iiiulilni:
llio two hottest months of mimincr
have :tl (lii)s oncli, Mempiris Press
Amrilra, says n Wiislilnc.toii ror
ester, In IioIiik iIimiiiiIoiI, l( It In. It Is
rlKhl In stli Aiiiorlrmi I.iiiiiIiit
l'rauro fiils Hint tlin wni.-li on the
I Itlilno slioiild ho cmitlmii'il us an
' alarm clock AsliMHo Tlnios i
Chairman Linker nirnis to IhlnU
S'niill mailo a nilntnlto licli h" took
the ratni'l titin.it il tho nrli -()n-iii
Currlim soil T.inlnr for l 10 per , "" "" ,""",, ",
liotgc', Ciirrlns i'or in iiks. an vlll" I'ji'dlijiinl.
LTHE MOVING PORCE
(!) ILMAil Vrlglek Jr...tkeasuc
y cessful chewing gum msgnato,
tajkjng with a smoking-car audience
the other day, was telling the others
how jqucti.a year the chlclefepepple
spea.t IfiT advertising. ,
Vflut,. MryrJgley, you've spent
millions pt b?rs ,n(I created a
splcndljl ,emaad now; everybody
talks abou and ,chos , Spearmint.
You-osandjs steady and growing.
Isnltja Jessie tocoatlnuo spending
so, many oundred thousand dollars a
yuar in publcty!" one of bis audi
The .Spearmint king thought a mo
men tr and heu replied: ,
"My friend, If I wore to stop ad
vertising. It wpuld bo Just llko tak
I'fA engine off this train. It
would' slow down and after a llt'tlo
wjill soi.,AdvortJ3lng,l3 tho locomo
tive. ot,buflnv'9s. and If you don't
have It, 'business cornea to a stop.
Wall Bnso.tJpqr.mfr, ,,
, BIRTH RECORD
.bllY a Klamath Kujls. April
$A 123, 'to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
bray, a bey: weight 10 pounds,
named. Lawrence Franklin.
Una it occurred to ho .quscnes
iHaueyaYiijKirYn fJ'MHPiuB oaru
Warren Ruff'was arraicned this
afternoon before United States
Commissioner Uert C. Thomas on
the chargo of possessing lntoxlc.it
ing liquor in violation of tho na
tloaal prohibition nit and having
Introduced thu ll'iuor uu thu In
dian rceervntlon and coIIIiik It to an
Indian In violation of the old In
dian act. Huff who has been In
Jail sin co July IS, conducted his
own defense. The hearing result
ed In his being bond over to the
federal grand jury and ho was re
turned to jail.
Qn Monday II. A. Welton und
William Dukes were brought be
fore Thomas charged with pres
sing liquor and with having trans
ported Jt to tbo Indian reservation.
The men, one of whom is an (em
ploye of the Algoma Lumber com-
pany at its, Kirk camp, and the
other a scaler for the government
at .the same camp, were arrpsted
on Sunday and brought to Klamath
Falls aad lodged In jail.
Both men admitted having had
the liquor In their possession nnd
signified that they would plead
guilty to the charge when ghen
the opportunity. Th? ntsn said
that 1t was their 'first o' fense and
they asked that they be allowed
to go free on bonds so that they
might work and get money to pay
their fines when tho tlmo came thli
UTkelr request was granted nnd
Dukes is aow out on bond, b.it
Welt'on has not yet rah:-! his re
quired lond. Ui ,
y ,.s ,
rOraft Is Charged." saya a head
dne; Well, ft won't be long until the
public will get a bill for lt.-rAlblnn
(Iowa) Union and Republican.
Lett In ,a iOocbrro church until
1780 when the church until 1780 1
when the, church was destroyed by
Indians. , , , I
I-iterJ settlers recoveted the bot-l
tie from the church ruins, and
koto It to tho parish priest. lt
was tho property in succession titi
Fathers Gucrrn. Chaes. llcrmird
'and Urniin, alt remembered in .N'cwi
Moxlco history, according to thu'
The bottle state officials h
pointed out. m.o- ho mo ouicst i..,mUTiage created a sensation ill Now Yolk's exchwivu ;
the world but iouUI not have socjetv cirele .
tho first, a It 'appear that thoSULIL lUt.
!lrl buttles were of go it skin The)
I'hueiiklans unit Humans. It is also
pointed out, hail Klunn bottle In
their time, but none aro known J
Hero is the latest picture of George J. Gould's bride, '
I formerly Vere Sinclair, a musical comedy actress. The'
I'Olt SAI.Ii-IIIiik iln-rrlrs. I, In S '
ItUcrslilc I'liono :.i',) Sii-ZS ,
Tono t om of thu distinguishing
features of Urunswlck records. Hear
Ins is bollcvlng. Currin Sns So. 20
When ou want our eyes
examined, our broken lenses
duplicated or frames repaired,
.v look for tho
j; i y f
sign, TOO Main.
Glasses ground. Immediate
1.1-W, Itcs. :m.j
t WANTKH TO IIIICi: 12 liiail luc
KOIt 8AI.K Teiim, waKOll. harilvAi. ' , K'l'B horse to j;o to wurk at onco.
buggy, spring wugon, en-am s.-p.ir- V"0'1 l,,0,R,'- Var "'" farilciilars. ml-
ator, tools, fruit Jars. etc. Cor Srd. fc ',lr,,BH hlloquln Lumber Co., Clilln-
California Ae.. forenoons. 20-27' 1 'I"1"- n'- . -''-'
WANTJ:i ood strong woman for ( "rrlnK Por """"K. 2 stores, Port-
dlshwashliiK, good wngi-s. wiiii... '""' "'"' Klamath Kails 2C
Pc'llrnii hotel. 20-27
WANTKD House man. Whltn Poll-i
cun iiotoi. 26-27 I
What They Teach jitiHarvard
I Mrs Klgcr mid Mrs. l.'nmnu krmi
WANTIJIl An expurlnnri-d cIo.ik(n birthday dance Saturday Kvenlng
SH1 ants'arV ' f"r K? " n"" ,""
first lotti-r. otherwise application will mnn nt lh" Wg"r .ranch. About So
bo disregarded. Tho Parisian, Ilund, I porsons wen- present IJW'Oono had
1u'n- Ore. :c a good tlmcf
Today at THE LIBERTY
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The screen classic of the season
Starring Wesley (Freckles) Harry. You just
cannot help enjoying this oneit's clean, whole
some, refreshing human to the core. It's a real
special and at regular prices too. If there is a day
of youth left in your mind you'll like
because its will take you hack again to the days
that are gone with many a laugh and perhaps a
sigh or two. And you will leave in a happy mood.
H. W. f
Currlns soil hair, tooth, cloth, nail MrK' A- c "'"ell and children,
and complexion brushes. C'urrlni For Lois and John went In Oakland, ('nil-DruB-
N 2 ' fornl.i last wciik for n short lslt. '
Klorenco and Clnrlco Klllott of
tho Klamath ARoncy aro Waiting
WANTED TO IIIUK 12 head log-
glng Horses to go to work nt onco.
nrk ..m.o.ct ,u t,v il, mult ill UI1UU. , ,IIU m.llll.llll 41HVHVJ IIIU tlAIIIIlK
(il?.?.'im.Ml!r'l'ior,,ulPartu,a7.'. '?.'' '"'' "nclo and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.,
dress Chllnquln Lumber Co., Chllo-I , i .. . , ,, , ,
quln Ore. -c ' ,l- K,"0'L Constnaco Schnllock of ,
' 1 Klamath Palls Is also lsltlnj: at tho
.... .. ... i
UA.MiiJ Ionian to keop board-' Klllott ranch.
cr. Houso, wood. lights and wator . , . , , . ,
furnished. Apply Orowors' Packing & l u Lwl and family called on
Warehousing Association. Inc. Phono Mrs. .1. V.. I.'nniau Sunday afternoon.
i0Vf' 2C,f Mrs. Sam Knninn and Mrs. W. It.
Tono Is the paramount featuro of a HnM" Waited Mury Illlmi Stiironsnn j
pnouogrnpii, jirunswlcks havn nntur- ono tiny last week, fl
nl tono. Currlni K-nr Drnra -n I
wet-k-eiid jlth Agnes Kiiman. ,-(???!'
ft yeaaeU aewe valuable publfelty?
M-- ' ''''Tar'lVk. their uiotW- ,
k , sP: ii tiot. "wky
.jtata.dierr fjreve", Cincinnati, used to paiWo a canoe on tho Ohio
ffver, but now, she's an expert oarswoman vnee attending summer
M unva. uere sne w in a neu on in vnvxs river, ,
POIt SALK Two room houso with
some furniture on Spring St. Only
I7G0.U". Pay $100.00 cash nnd hal
anco like rent.
(iooil Hi rcii room houso and SO hy
18 ft. lot on Johnson Ave., nt 1 1100.
Only $200.00 cash.
wood four room bungalow on lip
ham St., near Falrvlnw school, tun
IiIk lots, rino cirden tract. Print
$2000.00 on ory oasy toniis. '
(inod four room hoimn near hich
school. Price, h only $1 ino.no on
wry easy tcriilB. This Is Mi! Lincoln
Modern fi room bungalow with I
hath rn cornor lot, part hiiseiiiiiul, ,
11 If inn t U'lllfj a.ian.l at ...S Isl. ....'
:iiutst. "Minn, 'u(- ni(i-f-( wiill islV"
Ing paid in full, A bargain at $3100.-'
00.-Only $."ji0.0o cash.
Tlin-o room furnished houso on '
Oak1 Ave., at $2,000.00. Lot Is worth
half tho price of tho whole. Only
$i00.00 ciimIi. , i
Neat anil trlctfyTmodeni flvu room
hunfialow with cument buseiuont on I
big lot near Hlg ilasln Lumber Co., "
.at $2860.00 on vory easy turms. j
Very uttractlvo four loom bungn-'
'low with u wealth of built-in ion-
vonlences. hlg lot fenced in, flrio g.ii-1
den 'tract, fully plumbed, near Dig
I llusln LhK Co. Price $2000,00. See i
It today I
I Strietly modorn flvn loom hunga-1
I low- with husemnnt, fully furnished I
I corper lrtt. good ' locution, 1'rlco'
$1200.00 on easy terms,
I Modern four room plaHlumd bun
(galdw with fill) plumbing, cabinet
Ikltrlion, Mk lot, lawn, on pav6monl.
A rare bnralil at $2100.00 on Vnsy
I terms. y
i Tw'o l)g lots on 'corn6r'ln best pijrt m
oi miiis aunuion. inn) iivo room
plastered buni;al6w', fully plumbed, '
toment uuHomenr' ccciioni nnisn.
Hoiisq would continoro than $n,00o,i
00. Can be bought 'with two Iota for.
$3X00,00 on easy terms,
Modern font rdom buiiKiilow enly:
tlireo blocks from-.Jrtnln St with flno
vlow of va Hoy, fully plumbed, large
IlKlil j-ooiiih, cabinet kltchun, ut
$2700.00, Only $500 cash.
no uuvu inrgor iiousoh nc, iroin
$r,00p.00 to $8000,00. A pleasure to
, Desirable building lots In all parts
pf the city. Some Incomo property
that will make you whlatlo.
CHILCOTK & SMITH, 7SJ7 Main St.
STAR THEATRE TODAY
Thomas Milulnin, l.oN WII-mio noil Tlic'iiilori Itobrit-t In
"OUR LEADING CITIZEN"
Tlit'ir lativ.t picture
Coming Thursday Anita Stewart in
"THE WOMAN HR MARRIED" '
Is Money Ever 'Spent' lor Advertising?
A young and energetic executive look hold of a fine old retail
business in New York.
"What this business needs," he told himself, "is a place in
the mind of the public." '
. . And deliberately he set out to sacrifice the greater volume
of his profits and invest the sacrifice into the building of good
Ho did. And to this old business advertising was the
breath of life. ,
" n For six months had not passed before the business had
grown sothat the advertising cost was a smaller percontagerthan
eve"1 it had been, and, because of a larger volume, the shop sif
fected economies and gave far superior service. , ' ''
'('" That was five years ago. Today a eertaln percentage is
speht, or supposed to be spent, for advertising, But ajjfffat a's
the appropriation is spent, the more the business increases; and
tHe more that the business increases, the smaller tho percentage
1 '.- , Is money ever "spent" for advertising?
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COVERS THE KLAMATH FIELD
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