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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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FALL IN LINEI
We hare a point to fit
$2.75 to $6.25
FOUNTAIN PRNH UKPAIRKD
STAR DRUG CO.
The personal writing machine.
anywhere. Price in
eluding currying caso
R. K. DKWKKHK
V. H. IWK
BACK TO NORMAL
OUR KODAK SERVICE
MAKKH PICTVRK TAK1NM KAHY
Film developed and printed aa they should l In our own
Trlnts made on glrsny or Velvet Volox. Films received bofnrn r.
ready the next day at R p. to.
J AT THE THEATERS
la "The Cheater." May Allison's
west Metro production, now being
hewn at the Liberty Theatre, this
aeautitul atar believes ahe ha been
given her greatest opportunity since
ehe entered motion pictures. She
waa elated when Maxwell Karger.
Metro Director General, told her that
ahe could- play the miracle girl In
"The Cheater," which was adapted
ry Lola Zellner from the celebrated
tags play ot "Judah" by Henry Ar
"It gives me the chance that I have'
wanted (or so long," said Mis Alli
son. "That Is, to play straight
drama. I bave been so successful
hitherto In comedies that I had be
gaa to (ear that I should be con
demned to play them (or the remain
der of my career.
"Not that I don't like comedy
vark. I enjoyed 'Fair and Warmer'
art The Walk-Off.' but all the
while something inside seemed dts
atisfled. It was my yearning to ex
at use the deeper human emotions.
Then alone came The Cheater,' with
Hi splendid leading .role of Lily
Meany, the vulgar sinner who almost
becomes a saint through the regener
ating Influence of the man she.
MUs Allison is an actress of such
versatility that she chafed under the
notion of playing only such light and
aatterfly types as her blonde beauty
aad girlish charm would naturally
aaggest. Her part In "The Cheater"
calls for emotional power and a deep
asderstsndlng of the psychology of
a woman's sou).
At the Liberty Theatre tomorrow
local theatregoers will bare an op
portunity to enjoy another Harry
Carey production. "Human Stuff" Is
the title and It will show new evi
dence of Carey's versatility. He ap
pears as a college-bred man with the
blood of the out-of-doors In his veins.
To please his father he tries his hand
at managing his manufacturing
plant, but admits himself a failure
as a business man, a well as In the
social life to which he Is born,
i A final escapade, when the young
man drowns his troubles In the flow
ing bowl on the night of his sister's
coming out party, convinces the fath
er that Jim Pierce Is In the wrong
environment and suggests that he go
West and take charge of his big
ranch, which has always been a
money loser. Arriving in the West
the young Easterner finds the cards
stacked against him. Unscrupulous
foremen and neighboring ranch own
ers have conspired to get control ot
the Pierce land. They are naturally
hostile to the new arrival. Jim's de
cision to turn the place Into a sheep
ranch further angers them. The
young man manages to circumvent
tbelr scemes until the arrival of a
girl from the East, with whom be
falls in love. The struggle then be
comes more involved and mounts to
a stirring climax.
tf Abb:t's Saline Laxatlve....Mc aad BSc
Makes old or faded straw hals like
new. Anyone can use It. All colors
In stock. Per bottle. Including brush
g FOOT COMFORTS
On the northern coast of Scotland
It Is a favorite theory with the fishing
and sea-farlng people that In a storm
three waves are strcng and violent,
while the fourth Is comparatively
weak and less dangerous.
A Classified Ad will sell It.
njixfiruartru-w-rrry--rv-ii ---- wai-is
To work .on mint farm, Eagle
Ridge. Apply Western Transfer
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HOME REMEDIES WEEK END SALE i
rinkham's Vegetable Compound. .Taw
Tierce's Favorite Pn.scrlptlon....9t-M
Miles Nervine Sa
llexall Syrup HjrpophopMte....i.-W
Adlerlka ,....,. v..l"
Kilmer's Swamp Root..f 1.M aad Me
Foley's Kidney rill --
Hewitt's Kidney Pllls....f I.OO aad SOc
Doan's Kidney Pills Mc
..,- 70c aad SAc
,91.00, SOc aad asc
Rexall Liver 8alts.......
Rexall Foot Powder...-. -Be
Rexall Corn Salve ISc
Rexall Corn Solvent.-...-.....-, Js5c
Cactus Corn Compound..... . ..SSc
A-Corn Salve ............ -...ioc
Caiociue .............. ..soc
A. D .8. Foot Soap... ......... ......!Mc
Freezone ............................... -...8.V
Hiker's Foot Halm............. .......SOc
Dlko's Corn Eae ...............95c
Tlz, for the feet....-...-.-....-........)0c
Purola Corn Remedy-..-., ..-,95c
Allen' Footease ..SOc
These price are for Friday and
A SOc tube of Rexall Improved Tooth
Paste with each tooth .brush at 50c or
over. Eeach brush is guaranteed. A
new brush free if the bristles come out.
$1.00 American Mineral Oil, pint
size. Extra heavy grade. The
best remedy for constipation.
Week end price ...69c
50c Castile Soap. French Style.
Made in America from mire'
vegetable oils. Lathers freely.
Week end price 39c
60c Cascade Linen. Eighty sheets
of pure white linen finish writ
ing paper, run pound.
Woodbury's Facial Hosp,
Packer's Tar 8oep
Palmollvn Soap, 2 cake
Cremn Oil Hoap, 2 cake
Spanish Csstlln Hoap
Cutlcura Hoap ...
Phylrlan' and Hurgeon'
Mynol Hoap, cake
Lava Hoap, 2 cake
Hkut, 2 ran, .. ... ...
Klkay' Mechanic Pustn
Week end price.
New slock of Vrrildo llttlr Net Jtlt
arrived. Cap uml fringe hpe. All
20c each, 3 for SOc
50c Violet Dulce Shampoo Crystals.
Will remove every bit of dirt
and excess oil from the scalp
and hair. Leaves the hair
soft and fluffy.
Week end price
20c Tissue Toilet Paper. 1000.
sheets in each roll.
Week end price, 3 rolls 50c
60c Opeko Coffee 45c
60c Opeko Tea 50c
40c Symond's Inn Cocoa 29c
40c Symond's Inn Vanilla Extract., ,29c
SWAT THE FLY
Poison Fly Paper, pkg........ -.
Btlcky Fly Paper. 6 sheets
Dslsy Fly Killer
El Vamplro, S pkgs
Fly Swatters, each.,
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PIUCKH IK) NOT 1NCI.UI1K ItKVKNITK TAX
The JgafeSS Store
Mail Order. Filled Promptly
flTH AND MAIN HTltKKT
Retail Slick or Powder ... l"c
Colgate's Htlck, Powder, Cruam .
Wllllniii' Stick. Powder, Cream Oc
Colgate's Ilsrbvr liar, 2 cake ,'Mc
Putmollvn Hbavlng Cream luc
Purnln Shaving Cream i
Krunk' lather Cream . Sc
U-wl' Hhv. Kze Oc
Styptic Pencil Kc
I, Hue Wki'IbI, afler live
lotion . . 9I-U.1
Aulodrop Kulety Htiri 9A.K
(llltntte Safely It.lior -V(M)
Kver Ready Safety Razor t.M
(iem Bufvty Rutor Sl.tMl
Uenco lllaile Razor KI.OO to 9S.IMt .
KODAKS AND FILMS
fH'KrTt ftltNM Mlli Tllft AMATKt'lt
Kodaks. $9.49 to $56.26 4
Brownies. . $2.86 to $19.95 S
iwwww a a a a HaataHrH
LONG LOST PLANE
fore engine trouble brought blm
Tbo undercarriage wan actively,
sought by Hawker's agent and li)'
others as a souvenir, but search of I
tho coast and of nearby waters, long-)
nntlniiii1 fullnl In iliiiclrafl the
plane when b took Might from here and hc. moun, Kinrmn;
a year ago on bis pioneer attempt totrcc ,ho carr)n up oir
cross the Atlantic without stop ha, tmU i0UthwMt of Cop), KllC(.
been recovered, and jreentcd to tbolBnd broKht ,t nt0 VtCHtlw, whore
Public Museum for keeping with olh-1 dinoiei, of ,t ,or Bomlnnl
or exhibits associated with the coi-
..( fc.l.a 1.. I. ...HM ...H.. t.W '
DO B JlIB(Ur. IUD Rill wn uiuuv '
W. II. Grlcvo, M. L. C, who purchas-
aI ihn rnrrlnffft aflnr fishermen had
I picked It up off Cape St. Mary's, 200
I miles south of southwest from tho
'point where it dropped Into the sea.
! When Hawker set out on his
trans-oceanic attempt on May 18,
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ada.
PART RECOVERED I
ST. JOHN'S, N. F., June 17. (Ry
Lllall.) Tho undercarriage which
Harry Hawker dropped from bis air-
RIDE ON AIR
Ashland-Medford-Klamath Fall Auto Stage
HUDSON SUPER SIX CARS
Equipped with Pneumatic Shock Absorbers
Leaves Klamath Falls daily at 8.30 a. m.
Make reservations at the Pastime Billiard Room
WALKER & EVANS
PARIS, Juno 16. (ny Mull ) l.an
ru, tho Gambol blunbeard on the po
lice call him. who lias been In l.a,
be flew over tho alrdomn of g , prison for H month awaiting
Frederic P. Raynbam, almost on the ifM on mllf jer chorgon growing out
edge of the. coast. Within sight of ,0j tne disappearance of women to)
his arrival, who was standing by bis wnom nB j, alleged to have promised j
jpiane unooio 10 ibkb-ou iwrauw ut marraKe, received what he torn nis.
an adverse wind. Hawker cut loose ..,- to bo .no createst shock of
bis undercarriage as a gsge to con- n, ,(fe ,,ew days ago.
test for the honors of the air, and tO Hin jawyer.had Just Informed blm
lighten bis load; then winged awyithat his villa at (lumbal where I.an
seaward with Ireland as his object. ,,. ,. ,,.,! bv the doIIco of hav
Raynbam, accepting the phallenge, , 1one away wtn ng numerous
sought, to start notwithstanding the nanceei hnd beon ronsackod and Pill-
unfavorable conditions, but bo wan d by bUr.argf Tho villa Is fnm-
unable to leave the ground and hl,0UB na t waa the-Jast plnco that ilio
Western Floral Shop
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FOR VOUIt IXJVKD ONES
living and departed, flowers '
are the logical, natural tri
bute of esteem and affection.
Ilelng Nature's loveliest gift
to man (except woman), you
cannot show your feelings In
a tenderer way than by
nesns of floral gifts. .Cbooso
-frosayour Urge.' gad beauti
ful. srray. Jht pieces made
IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE HAY WHILE
THE SUN SHINES,
now h IIm time to il It, anil )u tan ill tin- mirk ul(ki'r and lirltrr
It)' uoliiK mi iiln) rt'lluliio
W liav M-vrrni of IIm'mi nntMcnt on our M-ltlnt; fliHir, anil hIIi tit
vmlnil prtikNTtiii purrtmM'iN that mi- urn m-IIIiik llimi
AT THE SAME OLD PRICES
nliirli prvvMllnl Ifttr.r tlio preornt lilgli prlrt-H wrnl Into rffect
WK AliMI t'AIIUV A JKHIIAI MNK OF FARMING MACIIINKUV
uall)' aa rvllrtble ita the Johnmin Mourr
machine was wrecked, hu was Injur
od, and hU navigator, Major C. W, F.
Morgan, almost killed. Hawker, It
will be recalled, flaw 1,100 mile bo-
Life is a burden when tho body
is racked with pain. Everything;
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted. To
bring back the sunshine take
missing womon entered nnd from 111
thoy wcro novor soon, to come out.
, The police chargo that I.amlru
murdered hi victim In tho vllln,
deponing of tho bodlos by cremnt
jlng them In a llttlo kltchon Move,
i Human bones, hair and llttlo trinkets
.belonging to tho mlsHlng womon
. wero also found In tho villa, tho po
lice say. ' i
"What a world we live In,' ox-
(Claimed I.andru, when his lawyer
tiroko tlio news to him. "Our Ron ,
oration respects nothing, nothing In,
sacred to them. It Is enough to
mako one despair of the human
The national resuey V Hstfand lor over
aeo years;. It kfaaj sy of all swine rs
siver ana anc asasi
The hornblll of Africa and India
plaster up and Imprison the ben hlrds
In a hole In the tree, with only a
small opening left In the plaster
through which to feed them sad their
young when hatches.
A masslfled Ad wtn sail It.
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JXrS&EzA naaasssssssssW-L " V 'I
frfKiTrBasssssf rTMt;.a 0
THE MAN WHO SAWS WOOD NOW
h tlio niiin who will liavo n nupply on lionil whm Im nt-isl ft this
luUr, IU-iikiiiImt hrtw hrurco wimil wiut liiNt wlntrr. It will be
Juitt mm Ki'urco this wlnti-r, mjhI a
WADE DRAG SAW
will saw your wood at tho ruto of 115 cords per day, and wlll'ellntln-
ut J old wcuibvr worrlea. Tlio Wade Draff Haw la tvaay to handle, aad
then, again, think of the tlnut you will savo by using one,
KUmth Falls, AfcnU
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