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See mighty Dinosaur in the streets DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK
of London, m onsters bigger than
By Edson R. Waite
buildings. The picture is taken
There will be another old-time from Sir A rthur Conan Doyle’s
dance this Friday May 6. at Thomas stupendous story of the Lost World
United State» Senator Harry
packing house, junction of the and the strangest story of romance B. Hawe» of Missouri, Say»:
Klamath Falls and the Pacific high and adventure since the world begun THAT we are drifting from the
ways. Music by Tuckers orchestra.
traditions and fundamentals of the
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Come have p . good time. Refresh
ments, home made cake, sandwiches 0 ------------------------------------
We are passing emergency legis
nnd coffee. Benefit Neil Creek P.- 0
lation for one purpose, which is
Children coming to the Methodist breaking down old traditions and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eba and Mr. Sunday
have crowded them old fundam entals and striking at the
and Mrs. Tom Smith of Marshfield selves out school
the building. Tents thoughts of the forefathers in a
were visitors of Mrs. H attie Kerby, will provide of class
rooms this sum thousand different directions.
Friday of last week.
We are having governm ent by
mer for several classes.
groups and blosc nnd cliques and
Little Billy Jean W akefield had
the misfortune to run info a barbed Opinion is strong in favor of a special interests.
wire and cut her face quite badly. deaconess for the Methodist church. The average man’s interests are
The string of beads found after G. F. Billings, who has always been being neglected.
W hat we need ii an “Old
the last dance have not been claimed a friend to the young people, pres
yet. Call Mrs. Albert Thomas, ents. the proposition. The official Hickory,” and Andrew Jack-
board has taken it up and is mak son to bring u* back to sim
Mrs. E. M. Ellis of Shalehurst ing further investigations. A dea plicity in government and hon
was in tonw doing some shopping coness will be of great advantage esty ia its administration.
^ ^ with the children and young people.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones came up The old organ has given in at
A TRIBUTE TO MOTHER
from California, and are staying last. Its decorated pipes will no
with Mrs. Jones’ mother. Mrs. Kerby longer adorn the front of the audi
By Ottie Phelps
Mrs. Anna Caris has been called torium where a new pipe organ is
to Klamath Falls ngain. her brother planned to be placed. The small I’m thinking of my “ Mother” dear,
who had a serious operation a few organ was dismantled and removed Her presence seems so near;
weeks ago is very much worse.
I alm ost feel her loving touch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kincaid made
Her voice, in memory hear.
a business trip to Medford and Perm anent opera seats have re
Jacksonville, Wednesday of last placed the chairs for the choir. Those It seems but just a little while
who have seen the change declare Since I knelt beside her chair
ind listened to her gentle voice
— Harness and nil parts for dres their approval.
she offered up a prayer.
sing up your horse at Peil’s Cor
3nc OREGON WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL How oft in childhood’s twilight hour
Mrs. Mary McCallister is in town
To com fort, and to bless,
visiting her daughters for a few days Insurance companies licensed in She sang away my little fears,
Mrs. Kerr and son of Eugene are Oregon have $102,731,559 invested And all my weariness.
residing at the C rater Lake jqrtion in the state.
Those songs sweet recollection bring
Salem is building five miles of Of days that are no more,
Mrs. W. C. Elam of Blair grainte houses
quarry is recovering from an opera for each. a year, allowing 50 foot lots And I so long to hear again.
The same strains o’er and o’er.
Don't forget the dance this F ri Oregon City-Hawley Pulp & Pa T:3 thus I think of Mother dear
per company will add another $500,-
day night, May 6. Thomas packing 000
She was my friend and guide
Beloit paper machine.
house. Good music, good eats! Come
Tho sometimes grieved by deeds un-
and help make it a good time!
Seaside-State will experim ent
with oiling Roosevelt highway.
With patient smile her wound did
Halfway - Co-operative Creamery
Her sweet faec has long since
COMMENTS OF COMING AT- ! year.
TRACTION TO VINING
to me with loving smiles,
Grants Pass-Josephine county
will spend $25.000 on fairgrounds As i muse beside the fireside,
Beginning tomorrow the Vining is and county fair.
Thinking of her all the while.
offering a week of exceptional pic
New Southern Pacific “ West I’ve many treasurers laid away
tures. Thtjre are at least two shows Coast"
train cuts 7 S hours from I prire each great or small,
on the program that all should see. Pnrtland-Los
But a little faded flower,
as they are historical, instructive
cherish most of all.
and entertaining in the extrem e.
most 100 per cent for Poultry Pro
But to begin on Saturday, May 7, ducers'
And once again that sacred day,
the attraction is “ Regular Scouts”
other’s Day draws near,
featuring Fred Thompson. In the Canyonville— Im portant strike of I’ll M
pitcure the aid of many Boy Scouts cassiterite tin ore reported seven i In memory a of
my “ M other” dear.
were used and it is indorsed offi miles south.
cially by the Boy Scouts of Ameri
ca. It is a powerful dram a and system to cost $75,000.
AT THE CHURCHES 0 |
shows what boys can do when or
ganised. All young people will es Coquille-Growers will plant 150 o--------------------------- -
pecially want to see it.
acres new mint fields this year.
Myron S. W oodworth, Pastor
During March. three Japanese ------------------------------------------------
For Sunday. May 8, is "New York ships
a mighty picture of the life of the Bay lum ber to the Orient.
Sabbath school, 9:45.
Speial offering will be taken at
big city featuring such high and
m eeting for the Children’s
noted actors as Ricardo Cortex, Lois Yamhill county has spent $436,- this
Home. Have your offering
Wilson, Estelle Taylor and many
others. It portrays a fascinating ro Tillamook buys $7,500 site for a Special service at 11:00 at which
Rev. J. D. Chappelle will preach.
mance of M anhattan's night life, large new veneer plant.
"The Chapel C ar” near the Ashland
gayeties and shadows. Around the
on the S. P. spur, is the place
love story 'of a poor but ambitious Portland-Public service building, mills
forjthe B. Y. and preaching services
¡migrant youth and a m illionaire now under way, will cost $ 1,500,- at 7 and 8 in the evening. Attend
this m eeting in a real church build
beautiful daughter, ebbs and flows 000 .
ing on railroad wheels. Services
the whole mad, clashing gripping
Portland Gas & Coke company each afternoon and evening begin
tide of life of the metropolis. If will spend $400,000 for betterm ent ning Sunday.
you have never been in old New this year.
York now is your chance to go.
Survey at Eugene for new can
“With Illum inated Bulletin”
Then next Monday, Tuesday and able for cannery crops.
Special M other’s Day services will
Wednesday. May 9. 10 and 11, is to
conducted Sunday at both m orn
be shown one of the biggest produc Springfield-City will have many be
ing and evening preaching hours.
tions of the age. It is “Sorrows of new concrete sidewalks this year. The
pastor. Rev. Hugh T. Mitchei-
Satan.” and a D. W. G riffith pic
more will speak and there will be
Salem -W ork begins on heavy special music. Morning service at
ture. It is a picture one will not street
11:00 o’clock; evening worship at
soon forget, a real and true romance year. paving program to last aíl 8:00
and love adventure and at the same
time offering one of the best mor Eugene-Excelsior mill will spend M— Is for Mother with all her
$20.000 on additional 500-h. p. po-
al lessons ever told. The modem wer
the O thers helped by her
satan immaculate, velvet gloved, ir
resistible. Satan, who can offer mo Myrtle Point-T hree new business T— For the Tears she has shed for
tor cars, beautiful women, un block*
will be built and Methodist H— Is the
Hope and the joy that
dreamed of wealth. Then love, the
real devotion of a true lovely girl, Canvonville-R. U. Stenger will in E— Is the
E ternal faith in her God
companionship and sympathy and stall 20-ton mill to handle tin ores. R— For the Road that the "M as
te r” has trod.
manly men. It shows the struggle for
mastery. Which wins? Judge after Reedsport-Construtcion begins on “ Mother ’ you together
new postnffic« building.
seeing the picture.
AMother to love throughout
Klamath Fall»—Frye A Company eternity."
If you have no flower to wear
On next Thursday and Friday. sheep-fattening station.
in honor of your mother,
May 12 and 13 follows another mag
and we will provide
nificent production, one all child The AP. the I’P. the IP and other you with church
ren as well as adults should see. It private, public, official and semi B.ble school at 9:45, W irt M.
is the much Ulh«ii of picture en official news associations, corres Wright.
Christian Endeavor, 4 :00
titled “ The I**t World.” The cast pondents (special aad accidental! P. M. Dorothy
ia composed of the best of stars, the are now taking from a few columns Interm ediate Christian Endeavor
scenes are beyond description. It ia to several pages of good paper . :00 P. M. Estella Hays, superinten
a trip to prehistoric times. It has every day to tell what might be told dent.
Christian Endeavor 7 :00
been heralded as the biggest show in a six inch w rite-ap: “The De’- ” Senior
^ w n c * Mitchelmore, leader
in history. Absolutely astounding Is Autrem ont trial la In progress at If you have an extra seat in your
<*nr. aake some MOTHER to the
the only way we ran describe it. Jacksonville,"
eaurefc ui her *k„we next Sunday.
BASE BALL HERE SUNDAY A ugust 28, Klam ath Falls
G rants Pass, M edford at Ashiant
Klamath Falls Team Will Play Fast
Send in a news item, or a coi
The Ashland, Gold Hill, Owens m unication or regular correspon
ball team will do their stuff on the ence from your community.
Ashland field today (Friday.)
Klamath Falls comes over the
mountain and from all indications
it is going to be a real hot nimiber.
The games during the summer are
CALL ON US FOR
scheduled as follows:
May 8, Klamath Falls at Ashland,
Medford at G rants Pass .
May 15, Grants Pass at Klamath
Falls, Ashland at Medford,
May 22, Medford * at Klamath
Falls, G iants Pass at Ashland.
May 29, Ashland at Klamath Falls
Grants Pass at Medford.
June 5, Klamath Falls at Grants
Pass, Medford at Ashland.
June 12, Klamath Falls at Med
ford, Ashland at Grants Pass.
June 19, Klamath Falls at Ash
land, Medford at Grants Pass.
June 26, Grants Pass at Klamath
Falls, Ashland at Medford.
July 3 and 4, Southern Oregon
League vs. Siskiyou League.
July 10, Medford at Klamath
Anything to be
Falls, Grants Pass at Ashland.
July 17, Ashland at Klamath
Falls, Grants Pass at Medford.
July 24, Klamath Falls at Grants
If not convenient to
Pass, Medford at Ashland.
call, mail it in or
July 31, Klamath Falls at Med
Phone 75 for us
ford, Ashland at Grants Pass.
August 7, Klamath Falls at Ash
land, Medford at Grants Pass.
August 14, G rants Pass at Klam
ath Falls, Ashland at Medford.
August 21, Medford at Klamath
Falls, Grants Pass at Ashland.
colder than ice?
If you could always have an ice-box
full of ice, it would be almost cold enough.
But you can’t. Today’s cake of ice starts
melting at once — the drip, drip of the
spout tells you that the ice-box air is grow
Run a wire to your refrigerator from
the lamp-socket. Install a compact, con
venient, practical ice-making unit. (Your
present ice-box can be made into an elec
tric refrigerator easily, if you like.)
See how dry, sweet and cold the air is
—always. Day or night, the occasional
hum of the motor tells you that crisp,
frosty refrigeration is being delivered—
electric refrigeration that keeps the tem
perature colder than ice possibly can.
Electric refrigeration is quiet, simple
and dependable. It is a proven conveni
ence that will soon be in every modern
home. Let your dealer show you how
easily you can have it in yours on attrac
tive installment payment»—now !
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