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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Th Evening Herald
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F. O, W1CKLB Advertising Mnnngcr
Published da.Hr except Sunday, at
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klaauta Fftlle, at HO Eighth atrcct.
Catered at tho postoftlce at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission
through, the mails aa aecond-clnss
The Associated Preaa la exclusive
ly, entitled to the uso for publica
tion of all new dispatches credited
to It," or not' otherwlie credited in
thto paper, and .'also the local news
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Ar -??' sav MA,N ST
New Felt Hats I
TUK8DAV, ACGl'HT 2l, l8fl.
(San Pranriro UullHIn)
TIIK sudden Xt&Tc death cf liar
rls Wclnslock removes one of
..California' best cltlien. Thorp was
no more model American In Califor
nia than thla Englishman by birth
and Jew by blooA. .
In his early career ns first n smalt
and then a large business in tin he
put Into his business the standards of
good cltlienshlp, and demonstrated
that Idealism, If sincere and Intelli
gent, la not only possible, but profit
able, In business. Ills wider public
contacts began as n lecturer and writ;
cr, Interpreting Judaism to the Chris
tian community. For many years,
retired from private business., he has
devoted practically his wholo time to
oluntccr public sen Ice.
It may not bo known generally
that he was largely responsible for
making workmen's compensation tho
policy of California. As chairman of
the platfgrm committee of the re
publican state convention of 1910,
lie reported out n workmen's com
pensation ,plsnk after It had been
turned down by practically every pre
liminary conference to whlcb It had
Afterward he took
I ADVANTAGE OF ADVERTISING
Illy K. It. Waltc See. Sh.iuueo, Oklahoma, Clumber of Commerce)
DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK
THAT the city that gets the pubilicity gets the
THAT the citv that gets advertising grows. AD
VERTISE! THAT advertising a city is a business, not child's
THAT people will go miles to get to a good live
city to trade. ADVERTISE!
THAT your property will increase in value when
the outside world knows your city is wide-awake. AD
VERTISE! THAT people from neighboring cities will come
where there is something doing. ADVERTISE !
THAT the city which does not seek something
better than it now has, is going to lose out. ADVER
TISE! THAT now is the time your city and business
need advertising more than ever before. ADVER
TISE! THAT if .you don't get out and go after the out
side trade, some neighboring city will. ADVERTISE !
THAT if they do, they will get the business you
should get ADVERTISE!
HISTORIC 1UTTI,ESIIII .SINKS
SCHOOL BEGINS NEXT TUESDAY
All the standard books and tablets for each grade are listed bcloW. Do not buy any other
tablets except thovs listed as the school board has standardized all supplies this year. Cut out tho list
and bring or send it to
and you will be certain to gef exactly what the bonrd has specified. All supplies and tablets arc of
Natural Method I'rlmor .
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The best is always the cheapest..
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Stories American History
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1 1 UK lien Community CUlis f,
Piodumv.V Farming"" ""'
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' Hoscburc country club to build
,j;,P00 entertainment building,
JAPAN, Aug. 28. The old battle
ship Suwo, formerly tho Poblcita,; Portland hast aldo ha spent
which Admiral Togo's fleet sank at $500,000 on business buildings In
the entrance to Port Arthur harbor 'C month,
on the outbrcik of tho KuRdo-Japan- J t
... wn, In 1lrtJ nn.l tvlilf.lt If... it. i .lugeiuiinu cniiiuv fSTtM in u.i e
n ery active part In cUbil.l,laif the, raUod wfUcl rcnam0J ,,, ttn ciectrlc fiht plmlt.
met a rather prosaic end. Sho was m
having her armament rcmoted pn-'
system In successful business opera
He was nun of the first to t.iko
up Klwood Mead's proposals for land
colonisation andxako them, a polltl-
.cal po'silblllty In "California. Ills
work In crganlilng the regulated
I marketing or Tien ana co-operaiivo
markollng of fruit la veil known. Ho
wan an authority on Industrial rrob-
I 1mn n n. I n viilucd mediator 111
& personal relations with a wide circle
fof friends and hla family lifo were
5 Ideal. In a very real senw ho rank
Ded as California's model citizen. r,H)
4 filled a placo wblcb no on" qlso can
WE'RE TO BLAME
Special For Boys and Girls
This year we will give to every boy and girl
buying school books and supplies from us a big
Watermelon Balloon FREE
These balloons come in red, green, bine and
yellow and each ha.s a squawkcr attachment
that will make the little folks glad.
Aft lltit Lr If tt I
paratory to scrapping when ho stid-, ,,x,uk. vllCrpttK.f HiiiitiiigCiMiN
denly lilted and sank In deep water. lnu imd Cni lltxxl ami Hall'
) xjllifktrt Ruber ltMits, leiither Vt'(
Portland Washington Masonic lr"al1 rl" '.iti-ri. !;, Wool!
r, nn n-nuj n i. i. f, rirr.
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ui am ATM ttA. t o riTPnr.rihi ,'W
tvurjini u , tuo wiv.u.uvi i ,
J vrtr'. fV.RTICUi.ARPr.CP'.
5r THf-iR OtWQD
lodge to build 175.000 hall.
I.r.vllng Cliulili hi.
SOME people seem to thrive under
oppression and others arc neicr
happy unleaa they have aomo terrific
burden to bear,-
Figured on thin basis the UnlMrf
Statos aa a nation should carry off
the honors in the matter.of cxtcmo
happiness forve are struggling nUpr
under a tax burden that Is grenln:
heavier every tlmo a congressman
discovers that lie has another cousin
on hla, wife's side, who Is In n.'Oil of
a federal job.
Kami Life, which Is a publication
, and not a toudltlon, sums up thei
n sltuatiou in tho following terc i'i)l
S "The Agricultural Itcvlew c'.! ,it
f, tentlon to tho Declaration of ludi
,j pendente, and especially to this para
H graph, "Ho has eroded a multitude
or new- omccs, ami sent niii.e
awarniH of officers to hurruss our
people, and eat out their uubstunce.'
Thomas Jerroraon unu ins luuon
m) Hlgners of the Immortal document
( wore talking about King Ocorgo III.
t. They did not havo their own desccn
t? dapia In mind. They fondly dreamed
' If they could only get rid of Hint t
K rant there would be un end to multi
tudinous 'new offices' and 'swurms of
J officers to hurrass our people.' They
thought frooincn would iiovur burden
K tltoniselves with taxes but how mls
8 taken thoy were! We, the people.
' arb doing things to oursuhes thut no
$ foreign Ocorgo would daro to do to a
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TODAY AT THE LIBERTY
' The incomparable Pola Negri in
"tit POLISH DICER"
A fascinating story of love, hate and adventure
In addition we will. show
The revival of Mary Pickford's early film effort
A real old time movie show just for fun's sake
A genuine treat
Mary Miles Minter in
" THE HEART SPECIAUST "
TELEPHONES TO BE
USED AS RECEIVERS
FOR RADIO CONCERTS
DON'T FAIL TO READ THE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS
distant province, lit fact, wo
y glyo Oeorgo, or Nero, or any trunt
of hlstury both curds am) spadLs and
l sUll beat him in the gamo of treating
, now, offices am tnvr.rma of substance-
oatlng lind harassing officers. Oh,
( v well! Bomo people nialntalithat r
-$vman ias a right to heat his own wife
-Hind some wiies uro willing to bo
, beaten. On the same theory It would
1' iiia fair to say that a representative
rV J toiilltlMt'h. a perfeet rlgli to
As JM.Imk m theywlll stand t."
The Theatrical Event of the Season v
The HILDEBRANI) DRAMATIC COMPANY
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS
"pi in mi"
Adult 55c. . Children 25c.
h" Including Tax
BVKIIKTT, Wash.. Aug. 211. Tele
phones In Kvcrctt, already equipped
with a dovlco which measures conver
sation, are to bo mudo Into wireless
rcccMng stations through tho uso of
an attachment suppllnd by tho I'ugrl
Sound Telephone company , an Inde
pendent corporation which serws this
To hear concerts, news bullutlns
and other features thrown cnlo the
air by broadcasting Htatlons of Siat
tlo, 30 miles from here, Kvurott radio
fans, whii also uro tolcphmio sub
scribers, will simply hook their radio
rccohlng sets onto tho attachment,
which Is known as the radio adapter,
and which will fit Into tho telephone!
bell box, Hxpcnsiio nerlals and wir
ing will not bu needed,
In addition to suppljlug tho adap
ter, tho telephone company, working
with the Heattlo Radio ntmnclatlon,
will mull to Its radio subscribers
weekly programs uf the bro.idrnstlng !
stations u lid will collect 'i it ear
from ouch fun to defray the mat The
Seattle assotlutlon 1iopu to have
lelcphonut In nil other cltlca within
a rudlnn of 100 miles, oiUlppud with
The converMiitlou measuring doiUu
which It U said Is not used any w hero '
ulsu In the world, hus been operuted
hero for eight inoiiths, and rmihlcs
the company to charge for the tele-1
plume sirvliu arcordlug'io thu length
of the coiivursiitlons.
When many residents found tlin
(ho dnvlce, called thu tulechromumo
tor, Inureusi'd their monthly bills,
they proteiitiid to tho stutu depart
mcut of public worlHv which lu to
hold u hearing Huptombor C to decide
whether the affair must bo abandon
ed. In thu nitantline 02H Hierntt
residents hu; signet) applications for
now telephone lito.bu Installod If thu
machlmr Is given up. v'
Ki lends of tho telocliiumoinetur
say thut Home of thoj opposition whs,
caused by thu fact that ltmiido''llH-tonine-lu"
on party Jlnes cost Just so
much for oory inlnbte tho tnhiphom
rccelvor Is off tho hook.
I'ortlund und Astoria build hotels
to i educe high cost of hotel life.
Tangent planning to pave main
Salem "Work starts on ueiv
of paper mill. Will cost (300,000
Mnr.ihrlold Nmv hospll.U unilor
SANTFORD & COMPANY
426 Main St.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Fancy Peaches, Crate, $1.00
Extra Fancy Peaches, Crate, $1.25
.Many people who have patronized our store have expressed an opinion
that our prices on merchandise would b e raised as soon as we felt we had itho
business for the reason that we have heard this many times we take this 'oc
casion to say that our prices on merchandise will not be raised except when (the
market demands a raise on the contrary we expect to be able to offer you con
siderably better values in the very near future. ;
We do not offer you any bait to get you in the .store when we advertise
an article we have the kind of aiticle we advertise. We operate our store on a
fixed margin of profit which will net us around H, of our sales. We have no
intentions of changing this policy. We do no credit business which insures you
against paying for merchandise you nev or received. We charge 10c for the cost
of each delivery because we believe the c ost of delivery service should be paid by
parties receiving the service. We make n o donations to anyone or otherwise ex
pend funds Unnecessary to the maintenance of our business which must inevit
ably be charged to the buying public for these reasons together with many oth
ers we believe we are justified in solicting your patronage.
, We have heard people say they traded with certain merchants because
the merchant was about broke and needed the' business but why that way?
Business is as cold blooded as the American dollar. If you feel sorry for some
one heavily burdened with debt make him 'a donation 'but don't forget you help
no one by patrojii.lng a broke merchant because in the end he must step down
and out broke and tlid profit you paid him has gone with the business he had.
ill, 11111-4 Coffee HI Oooil IlllMllll ,1(1 Ii! ,, Hilillliiiirs Hakim;
I'owdec ', ,iJH
2H lb.. SlIiilllngH HiiMiik
I'miiki' .... . , ,l)
n lbs, KilillllnuH linking
,1'imili-r ... i .. . U.IO
1 lb, I'lTiiwnt linking Ton.
dec , 8
I 'amy Oieen I'cppcis, lb... ,10
IH.Tull ("mis .Mill. ,vj,l
I'aiK) I.iii gc I'iiiiun, lb, . .'.ill
I'niiiy I'l'iin."; Ho a.OII
V)i Urn, IIIHs ('of fen
.1 lbs. Honl ('lull Coffin
Ci'liil I'ostmii ,
laiigtf Fumy rcailiej., Crntu
I.Mige I 'aiiey IjI'Iiioiis, Do,
l''um Hamulus lb, . ,
U Tins 1'lliin" Albeit
I'nlity Holleil OmIh, I lbs, , .
iliM I'otiileiril Hitgiir, Hi, ,.
II lbs, I'my-w Cookie . . .
Clirxtei field Clgaietles ..,
,l!l Oooil IliiMiin no
I.O.I Coin Flukes Ill
i, nu -& pi(H I'liffni iiiu im
till ft lli. .Vit Knlfts l.ar.l . I ii.l
1,1.1 l''uiiC) Htlilig lieiuiN, lb, . . .10
.10 .Veil I'ntntiM'N, per IOO . .. i.W
iii Luigf I'aluV Com, Do, . .10
,'Jft 11 tU. Vllllilllt CoilipilUIKl ' . .li'J
.(i.1 Ciulir I. 'he l'li."r . -'.Oil
.Ii! Am hi r I;loiie , I. SO
.i IOO lb. Hdc Ohio Hugur .... N.OO
.t.t .1 lbs. Honey HO
' Phone 34 C. O. D. Orders Dcliv ercd.
When you place 'your order with us you can depend upon getting good
merchandise and good service. t
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