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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1922)
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THE EVENING HER ALD.i KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ITIIHIt.W, .MKU'NT SiU', IIIUU.
The Eveninf Herald
F. HyidtJlB.. Editor, d PuMirtier
H. R. HlIiTjt .... i CHt Editor
F C. NICKMC Advertising SfMHUtorl
rubllnhod dntlr except Sundar, at
The llcrnld Publishing Company at
Klamath Falls, nt 119 eighth street.
Kntorcd nt tho postofflce at Klam
nth Falls, Ore, for transmission
through tho malls as socond-class
MEMDElt OF Tim ASSOCIATED
y cntltlod to tho uso for publics- J try over.
bo properly nppjlcd to bo of use, and
tho application must bo mnilo with
Tlio small publisher In tho past has
only dimly understood tho force
that ho controlled. Only occasional
ly was tho small paper conducted on
a business basis, under tho manage
ment of ono of any particular nutl
tudo tor training.
CoMa and wages In the newspaper
flold In tho past five years hao ad
vanced at least 200 per cent. The
result has been a general readjust
ment that Is weeding out tho weakest
of tho smaller publications tho conn-
y7 s ao
tlon of all news dispatches rrcdlled
to It, or not, othcrw Iso credited In
this paper, nnd also tho local news
TIIKHDAY, Ai:0l8T aa
THE LOCAL PAPER
lARADOXICAL as It may seem,
Snow nnd hall were reported to
It Is actually and absolutely trua
that only tho fittest are surviving.
It Is a stern test, but It Is result
ing In n general boaeflt and when
the shaking down process Is complet
ed tho country newspapers will be
on a sound business basis, better un
derstood and better appreciated, for
In order to survive they will havo to
make adequate charges for their
nnd Is the local newspaper, strlv- 'services, will ha-o to keep stricter hae fallen nt Crater Like and Annie
recoras or revenues, win nnvo to creeK camp resteniny.
Justify theso changes to their cus
tomers, bringing about n better nn-! Charles . Tower was n lilor
derstandlng on the part of the pub-, hcri' M'sterday afternoon from Keno
He of the Inside workings of the
MOTOR BOAT OWNERS
WILL HAVE TO PILOT
OWN BOATS IN RACES
Ing day nfter day thru Its news col
umns to add to tho sum total of hu
man understanding by presenting the
fads on matters of local and gener
al concern; through Its editorial col
umns to glvo a Just and Impartial
analysis of tho tacts; through Its ad
vertising columns to build up tho
Charles Hall., the grouch candidate
for governor, has n now political the-
Mr and .Mrs. P. S. 1'uctutt nse
In town today attending to ntatterj
F. I. Pope was In town early tliN
ory. says the llend Ilulletin. Every morning from Ills ranch tuur Mcr-
huslncssjof tho community. Is the . democrat who , changed hla roglstra-' rill, looking after business affair.-,
least understood of all enterprises -cm and voted for Olcott Is n Cath-
affectlngtcommunlty lllc. I. the least ' C:, "" " T '""
"i . . . cd Hall Is a republican,
subjected to cstlranto and analysis I
and receives least proportionate j
Taluo from Its constant campaign for
Tho average man has a haxy Idea,
that tho'newspaper Is n scml-hllan-throplc
Institution laboring for the
good of, tho town, to bo forgotten
when It Is functioning efficiently but'
Mrs. Hot Mc.MHII.in has return.
jed to her homo In Hornbrook after
,an extended visit here 'With her par
ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Low.
Hymen Wechsler left this morning
I for Portland where he will visit
I with his family for an Indefinite
HAVANA. Cuba . Ann "-! Ammut
tho conditions It In pi'iipuxed to Im
poso on entries In tho lulrrmitlotml
motor bout rnroi next February be
tween Miami, Flu,, nnd llinmm Is
that the owners of tho craft must bo
aboard tlui'lui; I lie contests, Another
Is that tho couteNtuuta oni'iir." In n
20 or -i mile race off Havana so that
the people of Culm may linvn an op
iortuult to lov the entry of the
Havana Yuclit club, MlAs llm.um, In
Accotdliig to Knfael Possu, tho Ha- !
twin )aehtsmau who Is lepri'ii'litlui:
Cub, i In tho m'Kotlutlous fur the rare
prltes amounting to JIO.ihhi ha
bei'ii astured thiough tlio nui'ort '
clM'ii tlio event by tho national mm .
mission on euroitraglni; tourist Iruv '
el. This sum will bo divided In thiee
prices of J' n.000, Jit.uoo mill jL'.onii i
while the winner of the rare will re
relvo a JSOO trophy, with $3in nud
J - 0 0 nips to tlioio taking second i
and third place. i
The Mlaml-tlavnua rare will or !
copy n ualiiuo pl.iro In uncoil bout '
Mr. nud Mrs. 11. F. Towusend. I according to Fosan, wlio
with Mln Amy nud I.llllan Metcalf ! I"'1"!' "" that wbllo tho honta will
who were visiting from their hnim.l r-,ro '" sheltered water from Mlntul
In Albany, left yesterday to con-l '" ""' """born most tip of Florida.
limit- their tour of eastern nnd ,!1 t'r,,",n- "' 'liunnel they must !.
northern Oregon. Miss Vera Hou- l,r',l'-r,'l ",,- "I'en sea nuiilll.oiix
ton Joined the party here nnd wni w,llc" '-'ll test the meUI of tho craft
lie away two or thiee weeks. 1: ,0 "'" "I'1""" " Wert an element
or pemonui ilatiger for tho mutest-ants.
I Helva O. Cnrllslo of this city and
.Iese .1. Lilly of l.ainsell nlloy were
marrleil hero Saturday by the Itev.
, A. L. Itlco of the l'reibytorlan
Well-known lumbermen of east
ern Oregon who aro hero this week
from llend are J P. llennessy and
.S'od Shot tin. They are ncrouiranl d
by E. II. Hen, reported to be a po
litical leader ul tils home town Minneapolis.
The Theatrical Event of the Season
The HILDEBRAND DRAMATIC COMPANY
FAIR AND WARMER"
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY NIGHT
UrtniirkiiT tain n e cr rnnil
u Uu AN 1 1 PAU U
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS
I J. A. Ooldthwalto Is here for u
An ontlmlst In it man who thinks ' frw ,l.i fr.it.. it,.. -i,n i
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criucineil when it laws to measure i tho world Is as It Is. bcr company' plant near Chllo-
up to his uninformed standards of I ,.,
efficiency I Tno nTernBe n'an never reaches'
Tho average man's Idea of tils o- -' Coa' " Ilc rcubn his gold. I l.'d. Voung. n farmer In the Olene
rnl. newspaper Is not u flattering or J KxeTT woman's ambition Is tu, ,!ec,lo1"' "'",u a ,rl" t0 ,ow" "'
even a Just opinion. Ho Iim little , ,ook as wc ng ,le ,,,, shc IookB "'ornlng after supplto, for his hay
conccptlifrl of tho newspaper's real. ; , , . -v .jh?-!"1'- ,. ,
value ami v.tat usofu.nesa tp the, A rolling stone Is often broke. . j i
town, arid little appreciation of Its, ThW(j ,J0t (,ay( a,WJys comotl ,wwengcr on this morning's train
steady a jjd persistent effort to mako.Ul0 WR)I1(. m(J of lhu car Ijoum, for S)M ,..,..,,.,,,. w,u,n, ahp
uio ujwn... .K-..Ur .,.. ... .... t i will lell wtlh frlemth aiifl rpUlves1
It ho. In business he eonslderr A man sixes things up while a ,., v, , ,,. " .."
himself i prince of generosity If he grouch sizes things down. ' ' i ' quality
gives thk newspaper an advertise-; JKi. ,. ,,, eM f. and Mr,. 0. E. (OIIcy an'lirv-
ment nor nnd then, lie loous upon - .i-' ,m. ' , ,h ,,.. i 0Ulcr visitors In Klamath Falls nre.
.. ...J.... .......i.. n.. h,. -o wrpnt' rnors' raoth balls, In , ..... .,.,. ..... , i .- ".
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nn iiirn nr fin, vniun OI too HUVCT- " 'V-. -.
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the nowsTapcr, considers that news- J you push.
paper spaco Is a cheap commodity.
nn ihn nrlr ho navs io all profit. Nothing make a man feel bettor
Any one who happened IP ho
traveling south from Crater lake
or the berry patch yostordayScamo
In for a good rain storm. Water
was vtaml'lng u foot deep In the
road between the agency mid Mo
doc Point, acior.lliig to Mr. and
Mrs. Ackley. who, with Judge A. L.
I.eavltt nud John Foster, returned
from Ulrc Huckleberry mountain last
evening. They brought a largo
iliiantlty of berries homo to show
for their three day's trip.
Miracle Seen When
Crippled Man Runs .
PAItlS. Aug. 22.- A miracle for;
which l.ouriles. In sumn iu.irt'in. H
gheu credit. Is reported from Macon
A pilgrim train hound for Loimlos
was waiting In the statelou at IMJon ,
and hjm'hiI pilgrims had cmimed the!
tracks to tho refreshment room wln-n
the whistle rnlleil them bark. Among
Langs over) day chocolates :jt .Mle ,,,,,, IIH pj.raiyxe.imnti who ruld '
er Its ounce pound s n real Vanily ,,., , . ..... ,,.,. ,, . , ,
.argaln. Cnrrlii Says fio. ( 22 "n,y """" "" "'' 'eii with '
I he Hid of two eriilehi'S. Ah Im. w.ihIJ
I- I t.l..ifl tlln riill-i .... Iiltf .. n. I. .. t.
n... ....... ..... lit. I r.r .,i i ' " '" "' " " I
imh lAiiiik, ill ..iiiiii.i ii mn vi hm . , i
. . . mi i-xiirii-i!i ir.iin irj- n....n I,, it.. ....
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J oirWlntcr unwn?ear.v's
Hlr i . .
for him byi 4puWj'fiM: hut-be earoful whom
I '1 I nn.-ililv Htiorl.tllllix CnrrliK
KTing i!it sianoii , cry of lmrrer
, went up from thnso who saw lil:i dmi-
Ma if ft v-it. na it.lrr- , ....ri.i.u ..rtulil.... I.... .u.. ...... .,...
at the White Pelican hotel. They -VlCTJAKT U1UL rtP4ija ,,.,,,'" '""..
t , "'" .'") - . Illl! llllllbtltll lmlf u-nv srrix. urlll. I,U
aro registered from Palestine' Tex- ..... ... .. . ..... .. !,. B
. I .11. iy Itroill I IIHir IIIW ll'i;iv OH '- I ..w.n .ni.n-i ni.t
'''' I Amemliiieiit li. Hoiiiih .Meaimo ! Hrm n,x r!l11 lr snfnly, eHCat.Ing
TODAY AT THE LIBERTY
Aloxaiulci' Duiiuif)' inasli'i-picfu
l-VatiiiiiiK tlic j,' iv at Iviissian actrt'ss
as Caiiiilli1 and suppoilt-d by the youthful
appeal im- in tli part of Artiiand
We will show thi.s groat productinn at
. , ' Rouhu' Prici's
Mr. and Mm.- M. A. Cnllaghan.
who have been here, for tho.past.two
.i j . .. . . '',.1 " '
what seemed certain death
As nn. nbstrnct proposition It Is' man Hearing someone xnocKing one i "J " a comoincu nusiness and; that tho Smlth-McNary reclamation 3
a truthfl statoment that tho aver-! of his enemies. pleasure trip, returned this morn-j bill may et find Its way to tlir floor '
ngo man jln business has no ndeauatej Kat8 wl bo worn tbI( fa Wp ,nB t0 tho,r '",mc al Kcaivlck, (Jail-j of congress was expressed boro by(
conprcho-ntnftrof Uio, f aluo to the - . '., , .. .. lrll. ' '"""a- . proponents of the measure. Tu bill . I
community of the newspaper' arnl'of
tho benefits ho himself gets Indirect
ly by having a good jirtowspapcr In
the communlty.fUiVffeh hy Uvea.
(lotting dowu to cascii nnd tho'
matter of publishing a newspaper In
Klaniath Falls. You will notlco that
wo havo referred not to tho business coa jn her hopo chest
man, hut to tho man In bnsiness.
.C U 2L ri'TV '"-I" 't o I.t fJw days as
mi., i...... ii v. . . . I 'ay be applied us an nmeudmeut to
Miss Lvcngllne fo.tcr. who has! ,,,..' . . ., . .,...
ward oftcn comes out behind.
A KO0'J"swlmmcr thinks every day
Is Saturday night.
We know a girl who has a ton of
tho guest of tho Mists Mylcr nnd
Claru Calkins. left this morning for
Swan lake whero she Is upending the
rummer with' her sister, Mrs. Alfred
Dr. C. A. Itambo and daughter.
tho soldiers' adjusted compensation
measure, which Is expected to ibo up
for debate this week. t i
Tho Smltli-Mc.Vary hill proposed
nn appropriation of J3.".,uf)u.0(i0 (or
reclamation and Irrigation projects
throughout tho country.
SANTFORD & COMPANY
426 Main St.
Klnnmth Fulls, Oregon
TOMATOES AND PEACHES
Tho business man advertises from ' FlMt B,Kn ot winter Is when bath-J .Mare. rcturned lato last evening
no spirit of charity. Ho buys spaco 1 ""J B,rls lcaTC magazine covers. from hunting trip In the north
becauso It Is a profltablo undcrtak-1 Ma n man wuo .. af.0 d i em part of tho count
ing, as much of a necessity to hl I .. ... . k,i , ., ' port that they did not havo tho
huolncss as In. tho suit of clothes, thq t d th . . lu , rood ;cood fortune to see a deer but thcro
pair ot suees, inc ioou, or uio ncai-
Currlns sell genuine kodak film in I
tins yellow cartons. Currlns For I
They re- !I)r,,B- -- ,
Ing, lighting, or thrusand nnd one j When ho quits leaving monoy In
kinds of 'commodities or service sold his pockets at night tho honeymoon
, wore plenty of tracks.
Wo sell 2C preparations to ui.iko
shaving lather Currlns For Drugs.
"Tkcro arc more fortuno hunters
than fortuno finders.
The builnons matuunrierttmids tho
power ot advertising and uses It con-1
slHtcntly to build up a bigger bust-
..... m.n ...... i.. I. .... I ..... n.t l
...-.. .u .u-u4H ib.-:i Currlns soil fresh guaranteed cnn-il
Toriisins occasionaiir. oeriiaps. WIUl'.ll,.. ( nrr n Vnr llmim. '!
. wsr v.'iyw.
ndrorllsemcnt ' written bjtlitiniilf ,-r
poorly c6iice,lvoifl''bfteflif?tttr5Bifoftn I jeary
Passin First Sentence
extravagant and unsupportabln
claims. Naturally ho gots little or
no results fnmi such spasmodic nnd
Which establlshoa tho proof o( our HKLFAST, Aug. 22. Lord Justlru
rontontlon Hint tho nvorngo miiik has Andrews, brother of Thomas An-
llttlo conception of tho poWcfInnd drew- lho l-'lsncr of tho Ill-fated'
vuluo Of newspaper ndvcrllslns. or ,ln,;r Titanic, and also a victim wlmn
how results aro attained. t ,l,u ""'l' wua wrecked, nearly swoon-1
Ho understands that thero Is a I '' "hcn VlK il ""t death en
vital force contained In ck-ctrlclty. lonco on u Prisoner liore. 1
with which mum.!.. m.iv l.n Sirnnu w'lcn ws nearlng tho end of)
pllshud. Hut without knowludgo of
how'to harness that forro ho would
expect no results of 'power or light
or heat from his uneducated nttoinpts I
nt an electrical InaiaUatloq. I(
Nor with the power properly con-r
noclccl would ho oxpect to turn It off
and on at Irregular and spasmodic
Intervals of wcoks or month anil yet
maintain a icgular ippcratin,,of tho.
machine tu which tho citrrantj was
Iut lu applying ,te( power )ft ad-1
vuiiiBiii,; in iiiu gruwiu oi ins 01IS1-
iioss, tho avorugo man In business,
expects rosults that ara equally ab
surd, In this community, as lu every
other, tho power of tho local paper
la only partly developed. Llko elec
tricity thero Is u vaHt quantity of
undovoloped potentialities in com
munity publicity, which may ' be
utilised with profit to tho whole com-
J8ul,.llko,cJoctcl,clt', publicity must
X ' ' 4 ,vtv 'Vw '
tho death scutenco his words were I
Inaudlblo and ho was so overcome I
that he rushed from the court as ho
Tho prisoner whom the Judge was
addressing and who had murdered u
.little girl under brutal clrciiinstancos. j
stood us If petrified until tho warders
seized him and took him to tho colls i
' Modern drug stores uio lululaturo;
department stores. Try the drug
store first. Currln Says Ho. 22
LKillTNLU W.IK KTOWAW.IV
LOS A.N0nLi:3. Aug. 22. David
Llghtnur, upprohendud on tho steum
er West Fnratlou on it Portland fed
eral narcotics charge, was found us
u stowaway on that vessel, following
his escape ut Shanghai, It developed
when hu was lauded hero today.
Wo don't look for the proverbial
"sucker", Our drug methvss and
sorvlco stands tho scrutiny of Intel
ligent thinking pooplo. Currln Baya
THERE IS CHEESE, and
THERE IS KLAM ATH CHEESE
Klamath Cheese is made by Klamath
people in Klamath county and is the cheese
for Klamatlf people to eat.
Is Good Cheese
Malin Cheese & Produce
Mason-Ehrman & Co.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Fancy Tomntocs, crnte $1.00 Fancy Elberla Pcnchej, crate $1.15
Pcachct and Tomatoes nre now nt their befct for ennninu, tits nbove price
is right considering ihc fact that we nre offering you first clnas products.
BANANAS 1 aij,c PER LB.
Wc are rcccivinn regular .iliinmon i nf fn,, n,.... j; . r .
ib . .i . , p : - ;,, w . "mio uircci ironi uie uis-
.1 tnbutors at Snn Frnnctoco. Vc venture to My thai you have not received so
low a nrico nn lanrv innnimi in ...t. .... . !.. I t . -
. , .. ... ,itJ ,ilullul3 HI1U wu 3mCerciy ask you or vour
patronage on bananas. J
CRACKERS, COOKIES, ETC.
We purchase all our crnclccrc, coo hies etc. direct from the factory in
Portland they nre not old stock which has been stored around some ware
house for weeks or months they nre fr esh. We dll take back any crackers
or cookies purchased at our store which nre for any renson unsntiafuctory and re
fund purchase price, together with this t he price is riijht. Come in nnd ace for
I'limy l)i hil IVmlii-i, II. 'JH it Mm. I 'i cm ml llal.loK I'oh. ,-, ,'s jl((j,( Kl()
IVnrj liio Dilril I'Mim-s Iit 7 lu Ih. i.lujil ( "".". .' Vfl
"' .'- ." Hi-. 'li-iml llakliii; I'nw IU .,. ltn;n linking "iit
."J lbs r.iin (iolv- . ,ll.t ,,,',' ! li- .in
I'aiicy Halel I'laniits, II.. .. !i ."' ''"'''' Wi-I (Jiitii im . tt ul llaklnK I'ow.
ruiiryHiiiiiB HiMiisii ii,s.. .-.'.t . Vi," ,-'.,',', ."";;. !'" ,l,r ,'iI"
.,,'",.. I I". olilm Ui-hl IJriTii ,-, ii,. itiiiiii it.iii ii.
Hllllll! (illHUI I'olil III-),, per 'I-,.., nn , iii iinuii'S row
loo uw ' ' .. . "" iier . . ..... a.n
. ,.,' .. , '"'.''. ' Hii. I'niiiy lli.lleil Oats ,'M I'linij Tllliimi.nl, I'liiTM., h. ,;a
1'iiiiry I'Iiiiii. rialo ... ,,, ,,.,.,. Ml(llIH Wl smihl,u (.,(fcl, ,..,,.' '
CII SiiiiiII Ciuu Milk .... ft, 1,1 !!)S Hi. Ilii SiiiIii I'l'iukerN .All LniKt' Cnn 'rniniilncs h
Mi Ihs I'uno HliKiir l.ft.T !)$ IIh. tJriiliini I'riuhciN .7U Liiiko I'iiii Knllil I'm lied Tic
i Hi. M. .1. II. rfi- . ,i:i :t'i iiis. hm.u I'luki-H .mi inaioi'N ,'j'j
2 His M, .1. II. riff(-o ... .HI y ,. i,i,,. VM V.uilll.i iliiil .MiiiiIii Oil . '.ti'i
il His. . .1. It. I'off.-o . . J.ail romp. . aa !J (Jul. .Mnoln Oil ..... . I.dll
ft His. .M. .1. . (.',ifr,.,i . y.(( riietilcifielil Cluiiielti-,1 Ift a l,iiii. ('mis .SiiiiIIiii-h . ,ft
ft lli. .Set tfulriH Ijird I u.f riiincl ClKnirllm Ift While uiv limits, II.. . ,n
ii ins. nn hhiiih i.iiiii a.uii (ii((j- KtHko ClKiirolli-H Ift Lima Iti-aiis, II ft
I.VUleil Knim I'luur ti.flll (liie-Klevrn CIkiii el tt-t. . .. .OK -1'iinry Cnllf. Illco, II (Ml
Cnilcr l.iki- I'lo'ir a.tiu clmis 12ft I'lut Wihmhi Oil uh
Anchor I'luur . I .Nil a vuKh, iiii .Vuis lift Ou.nl Weosoii Oil r.a
1 ll. Itfil Itllilmii (v.ff,. ;ih a rriiiiii's llniiey Ift Ji (Jul. W1-.-011 OH I .(Ml
il llw. Iteil Million O.rfro. 1,10 n ,, m ;oii-y Sll .Milk,, Cnn I'J
I III. KolKH-i Coffee . . . .Ill a This Tiuedii aft I'nmrv l-'loiir, Hi I.. .:....'. ftll
a!S His. l'olein (.'offeo 1.00 a Tins Lucky HI1II.0 aft llolliil OiiIh, H If (Ill
I Hi, Cii'Mcnl llnklnj; I'ow 5 Ihs, llaik Idiio IIH llulvfi Coniu aft
iier aH 1(1 llj.s. Dai I; Unto 70 IIciMiojn Colon ail
We furnish delivery to those who desire at tho smalfco3t of 10c for each
delivery, mrt each article. Wo are glad to deliver. Phone orders C. O. D. Dcj
ivery leaves our store promptly at 8:20 A, M. nnd 1.30 P. M. Our atoro is open
for business at 7:00 A. M. to insure prompt delivery please phone orders early and
they will receive prompt attention.
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