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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1919)
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GOVERNMENT TROOPS 'JEWISH MASSACRES
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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This composite picture shows how charni.ion j-s win l .no
challenger Jack Ooinpscy will look 4 the tin-- .-aid .n.'i.r : the
earnestness of battle for the fistic honor, dtid till . Uim in -!! t.Mk
realms. Doth these snapshots are from the I'uinln; taiup ,tt ru.edu,
O.. wbure the bis bout Is to be staged Juli I
J At the Theatres
"i CUB LEADERS ARE
CALLED TO CONFER
Mr 0 I. MeWllllums has received
one new 19 IS Liberty iMx. H expect
cur lund In the near future 30-1
OKKliON AOIlU'l I.Tl It A I . t'OL-
"Pre. S-iooth ' a i'i I'ruoila LKGK. Corwtllis. June 3V Cuuntx
IVr.n ..' the si.tr. will V at the Lib- 'boys' an 1 girls' club lead ore from till 1
t-rty tonirht a half of .1. tug 1 tuble j Part of Oregon have been ended i.
bill . relty Smooth" was written by "W " conference Juno JS Jul 1 b
Hytnrt Vetller. author of "Within J Seymour, state club leader. t
The inn" which In Itself I a guar- J Ueu.on. national club leader Is
antoe of the real worth of tho play, expected to In- present from W.mh-iw
The . bet big feature is -Iteuenern-Hon and assist In Instructional work
tlon" starring Kocfccliff Kellow.w. jThe cciunt leciers will re.-.-ive . .
who Is abl supported by Anne U ' cUU traininj; in demonntrntion . I
Nllscon and an a!! Star cast. A Stnn-w"l-h '"-v w' K- u "" c.i
.aun-! rnmedv comnletes tin Interest- leader later In the summer lteKtit.tr
ln; program. summer school classes In club work (
jwill nlo Im aTsilable for thos. who
Rockcliffe Kellowes, who plays th:eMp It The follow Ins leaders will
lending rnrt In "Tho KeBcnerntfon." attend. i
has had a remarkable career Mr ', Krai! Settou. Klamath. It K Mor-Fellowt-.
ha'ls from Ottawa. Canada. rls. Jackson. Wllford Drown. Hour
mhere he wa a clerk of one of the 'las. E It Peterson. Coos. Ployd I.
leading tanks In that city He is still Senter. Lane. John V. I. Smith and
a young man. not yet thirty yearn of i Mrs. Ji 1. Wulkemnn. Marion. Miss
age. Mr Fellowes belonged to a dra- Ft P fnedeker. Clackamas, Kthel
matlc club In his home city, and hltl Calkins. Multnemah: K. Morgan.)
acting attracted more than passing Wasce: ; M Nash. Linn; A. C
attention. Cifted with a handsome Strange. Itaker. X C. Marls and W
face and a magnificent athletic body. I C. Hopues. state department of edu-
Tie attracted attention After (orotic- I cation. i
ing the bank (or the stage, his rise I
-was rapid in within a couple of seas- TIIK Mt'TfAI. 1.1 KK.
ona he was playing the leading part "
in a broadwav success and as a I insurance Lompany or .-sew torn
Broadway matinee Idol. I
His first picture work Is In The , wjtn policies that are uino-thu-mln
Regeneration," and he has fulfilled lute and service to policy holders and
How refreshing U a nun
after a tlut-ty drive
JULY 4TH, 1919
Music by M. Dobry
A Good Time For
Almost eterjiiiic Mini!- Ihttt lB"
ji'ea mid Sulplitir I'roperl.v ronnioiuid-
ed brliE '"ick the iintnrsl color unit
'inure to the hnlr wlim tiuled. grnt
J -r streaked. Ye.trn iiko the only n)
I to get tlit. mlxiuiii was to mnke It ,tl !
! lioiue. which Is nuns) and (roublu-
(some. Nowadays, by ttskliig at nil) I
'drug tore fir "Weth's fiitev itt'd Sul
' nhtir Ctimiiotiitd." ytiti will set it Inttit
t-ottle of thl famous old rerlpe. lilt
liroved by the addition of other In
crodlciit. for titiotit f-o te.ttn
Don't stny grn ' Tt If No tun
can pofslbly tell that you durkeiimi
tur hair, ns ll ant'n ll mtiirnll)
mul utt-iilv You dumpi-ii .t MtiR oi
..(t tn usli with It. iiutl lrnw III
through nur hair, takltr nno snial
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Come to Fort Klamath
This is our first celebration, and it is goinn to bo
Horse Races- Bucking Contests, Foot Racing a
little of everything that goes to make a real lively cel
ebration. Fishing finest in history.
Pack that Picnic Basket and come to Chiloquin
for the time of your life.
FORT KLAMATH BUSINESS MEN'S ASS'N.
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Both New and Second Hand S
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"The Furnisher of Hnppy Homci"
120-126 N. 6th St. Klamath Falls, Oregon
began business In IS43. l.ong-estab- TtMIMiMMI I 4 4-.4..t inimiiinii i-tj-iti.--i-i-i-i.j-
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every expectation held when he was , beneficiaries that is tinetcpiieu
,ln" S"8"1 ,n I ucBCueraiiou. . hpn . , .ru.n,.p
sir. hellowes is cast as Owen Conway i pP ,.ii nnnirnlirR
heuowes is cast as uwen t-onway i por j,,
and this character glve wide scope methods
for his excellent and unusual histrl
onlc abilities. At the Liberty tonight
ANOTHKU fiOl'ltl.F. IHLI
regarding our ,i.
and no,' po'iy 'ni'i'M
see nro. r. ri.ttirii. ihstiiktiY
MANAflKft tor Klamath County, of- 4.
fice over First State and Strings 1
Do you want a big evening's en
tertainment? Then come to the Lib
erty Theatre tonight and see the big
double show. Prlscilla Dean In
"Pretty Smooth" Is one of the big
features to be followed by Regenera
tion". Owen Klldare's great story
There will also be a fine comedy with
Stan Laurel doing the heavy As
there will only be one show on ac
count of the length of the program
everyone Is ufged to come early to
enable you tojsee the entire program
Doors open a seven sharp, pictures
Mart at seven thirty 30-1
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Try it on
Wednesday & Katunlay
"A PKiti-'i:cT :mi."
Hit I'ljiurc s her Fortune
A HIk V. Speclnl Comedy
"Damsels unit l).indle(."
ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL
Of Our New Line of Automobiles
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"GOI.DK.V Ill'I.K KATK"
A Heal Western Thriller
I'atho Xewu anil A Good Comedy.
Admission 10 A IS cetil Hatiae
'-'.no. Kvenlngs T.iiO A 0.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TCB8DAYH AND SATUItDAYS
Let me give you a price on youjob big or little. I am prepar
ed to put in glass from the smallest pane to the largest plate glass
store front lo windshields, headlights, mirrors, re-silvering
everything connected with glass. I will make to your order scree
ns of every description, storedoors, sash and cabinet work. I'I
save you money If you will take the trouble to phone 346-W.
E. C. STUCKY
1140 MAIN STREET.
type. .Multl-rowureu; uore
Inches, stroke G inchs.
M'lHtlCATION Splash constant
level system with gear pump, as
sisted by oil scoop on connecting
COOLING Thermo-syphon, wa
ter Jackets extremely large; cop
per lined; honey-comb radiator
CAltnUIlKTOIt -Float feed, dou
ble set typo; gasoline supplied by
vacuum system; fourteen-gallon
tank located on rear.
unit 6-volt system dlx tlrivo up
piled to fly wheel.
I'lA'TOI llorg & Deck, smooth
working, selMuhrlcathig enclosed
WIIKKLIIASK 1 in Inches.
TltKAD 66 Inches.
WKKJHT Approximate shipping
weight, 22'Ju pounds.
(JKAlt ItATIO ti to 1.
FltONT AX! -Drop-forged. "I"
beam running on heavy liearlngH,
Itl.'Alt A.M.iy- Full Itontlng. 2 'i
Inch Mtvl lulling, 1 ' Incli
chrome lilckle steel shafts, 1 level
drive pinion and ring guar of 3 Va
per cent nickel steel. Truss rod
on n-ar iixlo.
ItKAIl SPItlXGK- Huml-elllptlc,
lillderNltitiK, X'i Inches long, llxetl
at front to transmit drive Shack
les at rear hub drums, Diameter
of drum. 1- Inches,
FIIONT SPiUNOH Seml-elllptlP,
.III Inches long, 'I Inches wide, fix
ed at front and shuck led at rear,
wl InvieK oil bolls.
I'ltOI'in.l.F.lt SHAFT INSTALLA
TION Thennold Hardy Fabric
Fle.ilhlo CouplliiK Joints, nllniliiitt
Imk any possibility of tiiihersul
Joint liuiiblo; re'iulre.i no liibriru
IIODV- Invlslblii hinges upliol
Htured Instrument hoard frame
while itsli, covered with silver fin
ished sheet Hleol. fentlnrs eiiuiiH'l
ed and hotly couch-lliilshed.
tTSTOM MAIIK IN TKV AT
230 Main Street
Just Above Postoffice.
Let us give you a Demonstration.
nFAi ERS FOR KLAMATH AND JACKSON COUNTIES
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