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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I -- AUGUSTUS THOMAS' j
ffl aaalaaaaWt&SfiSiw Famous American Success B
I SSbKpJSIC in a m si ati H
I -"i-SPL "AN A V ffiN I
I (Of ' THINKS""
I TplaMaP Starring
Jfy LEAHBAIRD I
' W The Picture Girl Beautiful S
I Since the world began woman Directed by GEO. IRVING I
has been entrusted with the pur- '
ity of the race and has been I
I denied the liberty accorded to I
I 'As a Man Thinks" answers L 1 D,G F t V 1 DCduC I1
the perplexing question ot tne , m
"Double Standard" of Morality. SUNDAY AND. MONDAY I
A great play embodying a Matinee Everv Dav I
great moral message. waunte L.eij uaj.
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Imt iniir nipturi'il nflir mmi'i r
stiriiK f Kin f" " I'"1' " '
Ailunitilo MihIro Kenno.lN will .'
IirIii Ii. i lili; li ill follow IHK U'i Ii.T
cci-)t i ! liilllliinl pi'ff.i. in ill' ' 'i
Tin- Klnnloin f Youth." !' i' " v
est Colihw-i riciuro. whti'li ii -f hi
tin- ''tnr Tin-litre Iii'kIiihIiik mii l.i
Kuth H"Hi (Mnilm- Ki'iini'ilvi nml
liir IiuhIuiiuI. .Ilmmv. Iiululpn n an
i-iirlv morn nn ijumrol. ilto iIihIi'mu
him n Mi 'oo frii'inlly mIHi Mi' ' '''
Htco nml ho romeiiKtnttlni: vlt'i lc r
for rcfiiilm; to ll uIbo the 'omimiIi
ct ft letter sho hns written to ( mint
llt-nrl Dnv.l J mint. Ii-iim's tho tunisi'
Sho (loot, too nml kook to ili. .to i.
to bonnl tho Count's jacht. Sho Jmli
It Is out In tlu litirlinr nml KetH it. mi
ii skiff to row nut Wlillo in.'itii'tiv. r
Ihk Rh" li""1 hi'1' footltiK iiti-1 fiill
Into tho wati-r In this ir'iurl "i" -tuntlou
sho lsons all tho h ipm-h
ItiKs of tho past
Tho Mii't pnno-ntiiii hi -" '
in. -'an of Tho Kineilotii of v .11 h
her I ittl with tho nrliom'na Mr
'i'. who anils to win Jlmniv 1 low
pl ii- -s ih" Count for her pum-ow
iml In" triumph In Mioultm I 'i"W
'ho paltitfil Intorloppr as nho ioii'Iv
Hut tt l roHpui'il from iho 'I -r 'V
Ilinm with the eoiiut st.i'iilt IB ''
he i? t ikon to liore ti'llnoior
Is hroiiKht Into plav nml nfler ,-i"'i
1 la rostoroil to rcini'lousneH ' n '
JImy nro klspltiR nmt resol 'n m t to
let Jealousy mnr tholr linppln".
A man does as ho plmmr" ' '
thinks nothlnc ot It. When i n . . 1 1
does ns alio pleases, oven Mioi-1 'i
bo less than tho man ilhl. m. I'.lnki
n creat ilenl of It. Tho wrnnu 'n t
can bo created by Just n thi'iO in
tho mind of a mrn Is tho lilen hh 1 il
the fascinating utorv of ' . v u
Thinks." In which I.onh Halt 1 l f a-Mli-oil
nt. thi Liberty Thntr S11ml.1v
Written by AuKiistiis ' Imr. .1 . f ' r
tho 8tnee. this dean of An 11
nlevwHphts has woven a l-'t 1 ml
powerful tnlo nbout tho miiijeit of a
double .standard of mor.'h l' ill:
Clayton, stnld business man 1 id
"on.l linutnml. was vIsIMtk .n I ir
is and "doing" the arth's eolon 'I
taw no harm In his llttt flirt itlnn
with Mlml, (he model, tho.u'' t v is
nnxIniiR that hl wlfo Hhoi'i not
know nbout It.
, When a Jtnlous susplrlon if his
I wife crosses his mlml. Instead of ie-
1 memherltiB bis Inttlo affair. h i.e-
ciiKCS her of Infidelity. It In tho dn'i-
hle Htundnrd of morals demoriBtrated
11 standnrd liinde neceHsnry beoaiisn
in tii virtue of women rets tlie vkjI-
furo of tho world.
" and Baggage
ANtunriti: in tiik nv
III S(tS ui.r IUTI H
Western Transfer Co.
(Vinent Work of nit Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
diet II nIuIih 111.
dei' your wlnti 1
Tho llloek wood
cooker! It In n'
I'rom it nervier
1 (1 111.
"Wood to Hum '
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has for her motto "One Hundud (
for Every Dollar Expended."
She believes in a full return
She is not light-fisted. She know that
the cheapest materials are oftfi (he
most expensive in the end.
She has an Account Book which
shows what becomes of the money she
spends, and a Bank Book which s-hows
what becomes of the money she sa es.
Her funds receive absolute protection
Kloro -Wio 7,11
Tho time Is ROttinc shorter everv
dny for you to do what Hliould liei
dono before the Klks cet. here on ,
August II, 15 and 10. What aro you
First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tied Bobs wheat, a new variety ,sil 5s "xpectsJ to add millions of it straw v.hica tnaL'es it to defy any
evolved by Sealer Wre'der, the rcres to the whea Krowintt lands of but the mot oestrmtive hail utorms
wheat wizard of Canada, ir- ir J Canada. Scaler Whetlcr. internntionallv
to push the frontiers of to-1 m.sUt', Iir early rip"ninK quality renders famous, as a wheat gro-Acr, farms
Canadian wheat belt 100 miic far- 1' 'nmun- from any frost but those only a "seleeted" farm of 1C0 acres
ther north. Red Bohs se i has been ti a, may 'hance in some freak sea- in ihj fine mixed fnrmini; country
widely distributed th.-ourho.it tie son. it i., renders 't practically tiient: the Canadian National line
prairie provinces by the land depart-1 immune from black rust, that annual near tosthtrn, Sa. ' utehewan, He
ment of the I'nited Grain Gr..v.ors plairua of the wheat fields. IJuat has wpa five championships at inter-
ithe jjreat co-opcrativo fartners' or- makes its appearance in Canada ie rational exhib tions .-.th his wlteat
jrannaiion cnu m nc Riven vu u,&, late juiy o' -any Ati'ur. j; tr 3 and nua the woiic. . vv.leat proau.;-
real te t th.s year. time, Red Bobs will 'io bo near roa- -:r.i' rc.i rii v.itlt ti,;hl two bushi's
Marquis wheat, whi'h is irenera!lj- turity as to escape damage. to th? ll'ib. Hij fir t big pri.e was
triKwn throuRhout trie Canadian! Itid Bol-s- wi produced by Mr. the S1.000 in Bold offered at tha Ni-v
West. "?; lao tho invtnt.r-n of Jtr Whst'.c from carefully ck-cted! -rk Land tbuw in .91 1 for tl e 1 eat
Vhte!r 6lle ovo! eti it from Rc rti'-prained hiat's if Wbite i.ofcs an bushi 1 of wheat jfrcvn on me tonti
Fifc. It was a heavier yielding- exuimely earij, beardless wheat or- rttnt. His prize buche! was of Mar
vluat aid n,enerl a weak earlier.' oinnnly of white crams. White iSebs quia whaat thot yielded sewr(ty-flo
Marquis wheat carwed th- wheat was the result of a croa between I bushel to the ar. ar.d weiirhed
area luo miles firther north thui , Auetrahan white wheat and Nepaul sixty-two ond a half pounds to tb
Red Fife h"d ever iro vn Red Uobs' Uiley Red Bob has not only a f ull , luaflfil, which wna two and 0 half
anpens a week ctrttar 'v M r' mi 1 . iid ben v but rw.Mrknbfej'tTeni.'th pounds mora than standard weight
- . 1 . , j f, jJutn
' iAaaMia'M mwmi
,out, and the Mayor wants Ale to 03
j his pit t )ainr. Mary Fblby. u ilrv
j mufcer. is the mijst Impoitant ,orri
1 an In town She Jove Avje, but he ia
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.I'll li ' lev&f.e vuA Anita, f.sn' i
,... ,.," ... r -""f. Smart, taa .richest mun (n
ur- LUiiie'j .w, ioo WOtUvm WIS" .- . , ., u
At the Theatres
r.val confirnitntr tho headisarters ' W
ting's suspicion that the rivl leader i
"d 1 me to ttt bnule. js
Oentleman Jfm" Ctthot, a former w
ptiiflt ftid henl nf he hom Ktnir '
lr. Smart, tha .richest mun (n xiiiprf.achen the opnrMne- loadnr to'X
f iiutn i Iavab Xa9V adl il hint tin .!.... .i 1 .n ri , 1. , x
lireMtd befor u l8r9 nidi t.e. '.. ' ......-- y , -,.,.,lu b rp'mdh, of Bib
nsd Vor4 p cWuive hi ,, the . t - ly L T till' ' " I ''ft t0 mv to f1' ' S
1-oufce liult, apo'rwi moM 'fr -d7sW'' J-ot'" HIT1?' itUal ft not "" y
rapatlacut, e the cr.,arltt tUt, f trnja" ,' '"TT "i0t ' VM1 '" ' Ut 0nlV
uliUe eom-'y Production. ' , ort. ? ?"" ub for, tho floor. I I
vuwb. j-ow ib we hto aw" row j nr0ry chnlr. foW... mJrrbr and
r;ie rtpr of 'Ob. "Son Women-" Abo hap PvPr met vi ho falls An- WnMbJ. ,.,BP(I , rtmltori,a , ttl0
i-ito wjt rte rrobbrn of wlat nnl, porately in love with her. M ,hp propri(for B PllII)IoyeH
Uoh,folr 'to to when he return ; havinrr left overythln,: at tho mercy
homo from the wcr and find women r nht , moUm , f f,,n rmtm in t!lnIr tma .
V , . , , .?', 1 . .ductlona-are not uncommon, but for leafety, A pcoro or more of pollco rn-
1 feroclonsrieKs and damago wrought, pervefl aro peen perambllnr; into tho
it is doubtful If there ever wua onellmttlo pit. Ono of them uples Cabot
comparable with that in "Honor's
''Caufco," a Selerart prodluction to bo
been tonight at the Liberty Theatre.
Abe is tho pride of Fremont's "con- I The combdt takes place In a sal
Kress," an aggregation of old chaps . oon danco hall used as headquartero
that meets in Hobart's grocery stoieibya gang of gunmen. While a cabar-
) discuss political problems
Just a few years ago the City of Klamath Falls wns "Up
against it." Perhaps there wasn't one poit-on in five hundred
knew it, but, nevertheless, it was a fact. ,
The situation was critical, the future of the City hung in
the balance. Few realized, busy in their everyday affairs, that
the Queen City of Southern Oregon, standing a"s she does on the
banks of a great river and touching with her boundaries , two givv.
lakes, was famished for water. j
There was "Water, water everywhere, but not a drop 1..
drink; it was starvation in a land of plenty, tor thp water of the
slown his Job. Abraham Lincoln I,
iJones Is a young I1I7.1 11 of Fremont
who return)) from the fighting from
and finds It difficult to get establish-
d in his homo town.
Joe et show Is at its height, tho leader ot
Hush, the Mayor is a Civil War vet- an opposing band appears, followed
cran whose office Abe used to sweep by a number of his cronies, their ar-
tlio leader, nnd rushes to rnpturo
him. Then follows a fight nlmost as
furious ns tho ono tho pollro rnmn to
quell. Wearied by his previous work
against the opposing gunmen, Cabot
is about to surrender when ho Rples a
whiskey bottle on the floor and
rushes to grab It.
Before tho policeman can got away,
big lakes and in the river was tule soaked and germ contained.
The only available supply was being pumped from an opt n
hpring into ditiibuting reservoirs, but ,11)0 quality was questioned
and the supply inadequate.
Something had to be done'; something was done ! Awl today
the City of Klamath Falls is possessed of an abundant sup
ply of the purest artesian water in the world.
Three 12-inch wells were driled through hard rock, one to a
depth of 78 feet, one to .SO feet and one to 1G0 feet, from which
pure, cold, clear water gushed. These wells were cased, capped
used in the City today is being pumped water free from con
tamination of any kind, for it does not see the light of day until
and sealed, and it is from these rock covered strata that the water
it pours into the reservoir, and then only until it again runs away
into the mains to serve you at the faucet.
California-Oregon Power Company
Egg Mash, Growing Mash, Fattening Mash
To Your Chickens
Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
126 South Sixth St Phone 87'
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