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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1919)
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ERSON AL. .. MARGUERITE CLARK IN REAL FILM, 'MARRIED."
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
ourcr Mnrlln of Merrill Ih In lln
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i) MsM'V Ih m town uttondlui'
Wb'lncrr hi Mil""-
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,ort Wtunlny on ImihIiiiwi.
nick Klimlally Ih now In town m
(cndlne to I....I.IOHH from Merrill
jin mil !"' Kt,r,m w,iro '" tmv"
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Ii IIIIHIiienn nii i in
town Sl n r
n.i..i, iMirkull wnM In
WonbuBlnc8 from his ranch near
John Sclnnoro from Lower Swan
UK was In town Saturday altond
j to business.
Mr and Mm .lem Hnlly left IIHh
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Uiomo busliiPH Hthoro.
v n Cunningham win In lown
Siionlay ntiomlliiK to buslnomi
m ,'roin 1'lin' ti'ovi'.
Fred l'l-lrrHon. principal of
Henley school. was omi of the
lion In town Satiinlny.
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Marguerite Clarlt can',-rogliitBr",poro fcamtflMTfii VraT
S ti-ln m?1 mo r8h0 pro ,l h0 lne on thft irm otir4
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Goo. Shell visit ml
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fin l"i linn 1 ' vi
.Vim a ; : ir.i.
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I' .r in ih ..ii.it
ranch tti (ile ' .
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business from , KtWll M
.Mr and MrH
mn Saturday on
tlelr farm on tho Keno road.
Edln Driscoll well-known Klnm
lit boy, left Sunday morning for
Eugene, whsre liu expects to uttond
the University of Oregon.
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. " t I'iidi and iflnllvca. On
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. i!l.-"i av.d
Mr and :rn. l'tnry iv
1 avii IIi'h v.-' '. fr- : .
with friends and roiatJvcH
n lo .1.
A. II. Nowlon, who i..:ontly ro
moved to Coiitral I'olnt, whom ho
leeured rnimo for Iiln hIhmiii, Ih In tlun
city to I3kc IiIh Hhoop to that polntj W ?'"ri'
lor the winter. lvcl Kniunlo:,
, H'Uiri lo main
Dick Flynn, promlnunt Hliuop own- iiiniKhler.
er of Klamath county, iiiih purchauod
the Ilasoltlno ranch noar WIIhoii
bridge, conslHtlng of ICO ucnui, and
nil) winter IiIh Nheop thoro this yuar.
l!u n ml .I'm Kern wco Jn t'i
city from t' !i-m d'gir .-t ."-x.i
day nftcrr.'ipn l.ol;!,i,t ar.;r !)!: .
l !-d::ioii(W and Lantern, which thrills the people to
.Vit Mi'lir Of n f.-mnllfi rnlll'lnuu (rniiv on.l ,..
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vii. i. .j. I i , u . liillllj lur u. in nrm H t..
I. r. .. l MIA. II. II. KCI- cKn dovlls."
. .a-, of thin t.i. and Hon !tncn,' j.uentiess rem ir. hoIzos hi-r for
. 'i. .uir oi ....s wu.,.11 :.,ia Mrs. W1!lt slle has done and at great risk
.'.i.ii.j.i his hiioi ., i r.iiT,. or u her own life
.". a:. 'I ,M:.s. Edmonds.
Nnzlmovn, tho dlHtlnBiilshnd Uiih
Klnn nctrcKB was tho atractlon yes
Icrdny at tho Liberty Theatre, In tho
"owcrful drama, "Tho Red Lantern "
She was boom In a dual rolo, playing
hi.th Mnhlff, th" IJnraslan and
Mlnnoho, the KngllHh girl. The
' rnln are 0f hiicIi vastly dlfforont
chnracter, that It was amazing to
II Ink that one woman could portray
An M'iIiIcii, Nazimova was supreme
'' plding the passionate and in-
iiiluimc. iniiigiiier oi two rares- tlic ja
'hllil of an KngllHh father -ind a W
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"' '' .in, in, - ll(JU llHI'lJl'li,
traditions and emotions surgo In con
I nt 'fnlllct mnk'ng of her a nrn
tal oufrasl, belonging to neither race
tal ontciiHt, belonging lo neltb-"- ra,.e
The story reafbos dramatic heights
when the unhappy girl finds that her
M'liow blood is an Insurmountable
barrier bntwen a young mHplonary
whom she lovei and herself, and that
eli'iougli be is'powerfnlly attracted
l her. Ibis dlfferenre of race can
never be overcome. Wild Jealomy
i;rips iier when finds tliat be rea'ly
Wen her bnlf-sihter, Itlanrbe. ("also
played by Nazimova,) and In a frenzv
she agiees to the proposal of Sam
Wang, who loves her, but whom she
hates, to go with him and lead the'
yollow races In an uprising against I
tho whites. She assumes tho run-1
taslic title of the Ooddess of the Tied' to escapo paying the penalty.
The Breed and Snake fought like
wild-cats, and the shack Ioked like a
exterminate the "for- shambles when the Vigilantes and
I Holllster arrived.
Dorr "got" Tho Snake by firing
through the window, and the des-
In these days when everybody thinks
that tho other fellow Is profiteering
whether ho is selling merchandise or
labor, we wish to call your attention
to the fact that wo handle almost ex
clusively the Nationally Prlrod and
Ntionally Advertised Musical Instruments.
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'A If j, ft 3974 JJtTsTna t BA XZZrz9 rim
Any VIctrola. Sonora or Grafono
la or Gulbransen I'layor IJiano can bo
bought at ur new store, an reasonable .w
In the far Kastern cities, and remember
all thebe rnanufacturors (tiote definite
prices in their advertising on eaMi and
everv model, and In addition, tho Gul
bransen Player has t'lo National Price
burned Into the bark of the piano.
we say, "Huy Nationally Priced
You will find this kind at our
Earl Shepherd Co.,
Victrclas Pianos Records
Largest Stock Between Sacramento and
Between Fifth and Sixth Streets
rv.:. n-; fro it
her liomi w t'i
SLU.3f.EM ;t l."i,
There was unotliur citizen oililuil
to Klamath county on Suturduy.
ben n lino baby boy was horn to
Mr. and .Mrs, Alliort Harrott at the
old poor farm on iho Keno road. Dr. i
Warren Hunt Is In attundanco.
Gorrgo lClllott, who lm ticn i
ros'dont of tho I'mmrn dstra fir
soiiio Hire left Sunday for Sau.'b
CnriTi'i1 Purko of Ilu.-l n-!,i:ne
C'ntlf.'irln. w M n-r t'.'s -.-.li.-to
take 1'ie pliff) n 1'''"' -i-rR '-)-store
left VK.irit by Will Wood wl-.o
s gulni; .iho bj . n; .j .
bo trle to hum; thoE;-
The entire .of her father'o rare wnom she lovts.
'i i i'j in the vi-A tragic end ucer.rs when the pirl
'e-'llzes that sho balongs to neither
i people and can iiev.;r hope for hap-
'-S VIAi'v'D ' ''"t'ss wItl1 either
! In beautiful contrast to this un-
pnual struggle Is th" romance of
Ulanrhe and th-j young mlsslona -y.
The Hod Lantern will have its fi
nal showing tonight.
Snake Le Gal was the "Slimy
Viper" of Rogue's Roost, a remote
Western hamlet where human life
baid tc Be of Ir.rn n.-c'v P:e?sa:lt
leu, v.'lior. l.'iv n I...., Fitiii
H li-iv v, :ih bit n n my. Try ti nip
ul.i in 'I, in, iPl i ,i.iuii mir.y
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Fred Houston, Lon Morrison and Glenn ronatn'n. re'ont"
Harry Peterson hnvo returned from 'r01" oirv'io wi.li t o .'MOi'i ,'
a weekend shoot at Aspon Lake. i "cer cons u l rn;ve ' aj l .'
They slept out In the rain, shot v I ',0B An-'lc:', after n f'r'l w.th
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perado confessed before he died that
Fawn was "all white," that he had
kidnaped her as a child and had glV-
jM hay in thn Cnnntu
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So Fawn married the Stranger
This is the big dramatic climax of
"Just Squaw," starring the beautiful
actress, Beatriz MIchelena, released
by Exhibitors Mutual.
The drama was produced under the
direction of Gedrge E. MIddleton.
At the Liberty Theatre Tuesday
Ii . :"..! ,
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their shells, got tho limit and re
turned tired and hungry but wmi u
paid for all their hardships.
T. M. Cunningham was In town
wuruay irom his ranch at Pine
wove. His son, Floyd, has Just re
turned from rounding up their cat
t'e, which were moved a few days
go to the Cunningham pasture near
H. J. Lester, who wne mopping at
Je county scat on Saturday, reports
the result of threshing in th
ey has In most cases boon u
nonrce nf i.,,ni.i .
.iii.iiiiuii in mo rarm-
What seemed to bo poor pros
wcti n the' Spring have proved to
W good yields.
S',0OrihR,JnViJ,B,t,,, W0Pth ta-
father, P. L Moore, hero.
Clareuiv A. Harris of I'ine Grove
wh trannict ng 1 lu'iics'!) n town on
Saturday and del vorlnj' gra n. Ho
says Ii.h cr'i'a ul Paie Giovo waro
good, hut tho 1 ay on the reclaimed
Klnninth marsh Is his particular
Sain DiU'iiKcr of tho Stukel moun
tain district is In the city on busiuesj
connected ultb the fair to 1m hold
at Wilson Grove. He has been plncea
In charge nf tho sporta and Is ar
ranging tug-of-war between tho
city anil enntry men, to bo staged
across the diversion canal.
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Winnard ciirao
In yesterday afternoon from tholr
ranch In Upper Langoll Valley. They
report that thiin is considerable In
terest now shown in tho cming olef
hi ii tin '.-
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limli i .!,, ,.i ie-1 iii'ui . till .,!
mi. in ii I i-i lb, ii ii..i-..ii Mr. Win., n.
,llii r.,lii.. llui.i llu li.f. il.kii.i) uf
i u--ii,iliii nil- iii.ii mi i..l,i'i uf uur
uhiile e.n iliiinii wli.i im.Ni n-mjil It'll
ililu Hie ei.l.n, ... the -e.il lal
In (.eiiriii iihimi men ren-.tlii friim
tii.Miii lilulibi'i ln'i-aii.!' il ih iiiiiiii'O
bllibl.t'i, iiimiI Ibi lieriuiii' so 'm linn
grj tlnii llie.x a if i.i'iiiiiiii. ilr.ven tn
ii.'iii it. iinil w tn ii ila-. 'i-.v it. In llieir
MI'IU'im- tlie.x lliini'ialili lllnl il mi Ut
llebillN that, il mil leMnminl, they
overt ut mill, a Is well kuiiuii. overeat
Ing iiii.v liu m nf tal iiium'k nauiea and
oilier dlMifttlui: Kyiiipimiis Afteronu
or two e.perieiii'e uf llu.-. Mirt 1 urn
iiiiw i in etui never lo allow u man lo
eat all the blubber he wants the Hist
time lie trie.-, it, for If he gets sick he
Is tiliuuM i-i'iin In to blame the seal
iiud nut hi" nun gluttony.
, wrs a drug on the market. Of all
iii.-ir j the bad men in that hell-hole, Snpk
.x..ii. j was the most ruthless and blood
I ' 'rsty. He feared neither God nor
j man, and respected no woman.
Fawn, the beautiful girl whom
-verybody believed to be half-Indian,
I -ittracted the eye of Le Gal, wno
I swore she'd he his "woman."
"Site's Just squaw, and she's going
fo bo mine."
But he did not reckon with the
Sf-nger and the Breed. Fawn's half
The Breed tracked Snake to where
brother, a half-bred Indian.
he held Fawn prisoner and came to
death grips with the desperado.
Holllster, the Stranger, whoso
father had been killed by Le Gal.also
came to avenge his father's murder.
Dorr, Fawn's father, came with a
shot-gun to "get" Tho Snake, who
had kidnapped Fawn as a child.
The hour had struck for Snake
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam
sand and gravel pit, In any quantit
that may be desired by contractor?
AL F. GRAHAM
at D. O. TAYLOR'S
Three-quarters of mile
northwest of Malin,
Monday, Oct 6, 1919,
120 tons of alfalfa hay will be
sold, and all other belongings.
MOORE & MERRILL,
Sale starts at 1:00 P. M.,
standard time. Free lunch at
San - Tox
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Wednesday & Saturday
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BijI Double Kill
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