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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATO FALLS. ORJCOW
Sonora Nocturne, $160
HIGHEST CLASS PHONOGRAPH
IN THE WORLD
Earl Shepherd Company
"One Business Music Exclusively"
507 Main Street
Carload of Watermelons
BUY COFFEE NOW
Ibtyal Club SOc lb.
Kolger' 33c lb.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTIJD Clean rugs nl Pioneer
I'rlntltu: unit Stationery Coimiany,
12 Main Hi Rest price paid. 7-9
AT THE CHURCHES
wanti:i errand iuv
With wheel, at Pioneer Printing
anil Stationery Co., ISO Mn)ii HI..
ihiiii 22W. 7
WANTED Olrl fur dining room mill
also to help lu ttiii kitchen. Must
tin ready to go to work Auk, loth.
1021 Main Bt 7-9
FOR HAI.B- On puved street, new
huiiKnlow, r. room nml liatli; cor
hit lot, Ion o( ciililni't work In kit
chen; no sower or paumunt taxes.
1447 Wurdeii Ari. 7
Volt HAI.B 102Q Chevrolet In good
conilltlim, nt n bargain; stored ut
Low' gnrugi Cnll nml look It ovnr.
Stenographer desire position.
Coll 27C'. 7-1 1
WANTED- Clerical position lv
.,yuuiiK. umii with lyfjini nxperl-
uririi with Hun lVunclsco corporation.
Address llox 4, Herald office. 7
Part)' going norti liy train or nulo
anil vwlllltiK to tuku iclrj to (IrnntH
Puss, rail h31 Jefferson Ht , or rail
HOOM roil Iti:NT Kor gentleman
No. 334 4tli und IMnu streets. 7
KOR RENT Ono room, nice for
gentleman. 203 Main St. 7
WANTED Rnngo In good ronilltlon.
Ilia 214, Herald ofllcii. 7-10
WANTED Woman cook for ranrh;
good hsiki'i1 Address Ilia 7, Mer-
rill. On-. . 7-13
TO EXCHANflB- Nice Portland lots
fur houeo or lain) V. C Hauler.
Bt. Mnrli'H. lilulio. 7-9
KOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE f9U.
l.oxler car. 6 cylinders; lotK of
powur. Owner wntn light car. Hoc
Cruily ut Auto en nip grounds.
KOR UKNT Furnished cnliln for
bachelor. Inqulni firm now cabin
across railroad truck on Blxtb Bt.
Lumber pliers wnntcd to toko
rontract nt sawmill cutting thirty
live to forty thousand; two shifts.
Phone 631W. 7-9
Truck contract to haul thirty-five
to forty thounanil tow miles. Good
cbanco. Phone 63 1W, 7-9
KOR RENT Ono .iroom. 14 per
week. Call mornings or utter C
p. m. 737 N. 9tb. 7-10
KOR RKNT Two furnlHhoil house
keeping rooms. 112fi Main St. 7
No (limine Mill ln tiwitlr In thll
rolumii utile thn ropy U nt The
LtenlntC Herald ulfliu b) 3 o'clock
I'rlilay e riling.
B.icred I t'it rl church, rprnur of
Eighth ami IUkIi, ltiv HnKh J. Mar
shall, Itnv J. J. Walsh.
Summer schedule. June 19 to Sep
tember 12 lmi innss at 6 a m..
uuiotul iiiiinx uml henr-dlctlon, 10. 30
a m No evening wrvlccs.
Tint Christian Seleuco noddy of
Klamutli I'.ills IhiIiIh services In thn
lower room of tint Library huililliiK.
corner of Third anil Main slreatr.
nrvry Sunday mornliiK at 11 o'clork,
ami niry Wednesday evening at rt
Tin- Hiilijcct ti'itunn for Sumla)
' Spirit. p
Thu Sunday nchool m-mlor. I from
9:46 to iu:4b every Sunday. morning.
Tlie frrn reading room and fri"
Inndlng llhrnry li open from 2:30 to
4:30 on Tucidnjn, Thuriitayi mid
Firt tlnptlnl Church, corner Wash
ington and Eighth.
.Sunday nrhool at 10 a. in.
I'rcacblDg at 11 a. .
I'rni'i uvlc Wrilin-iidiiy at 8 P. M.
Kvur) ii'cnml and fourth Wrdnrnday
4V) nine will be devoted to missionary
II Y P. U. Hiimlny ovenlriR nt
7.30 p. m.
A cordial Imitation lit extended, to
all to attend lllefo M'rvlrn.
K!rt Prenhylerin Church, cornor
Sixth mid Plmi utreeli. Iluv. B. P.
LiiMrenre. milliliter, 437 Third street.
HI ii. m., Sunday school; Gvorg
Methodist Episcopal Church, Tenth
and High. Ittv. H J. Chancy,
pastor, 727 Pine street. Phono 7W.
i ChrlMlun church, cornor 9th and
Pine streets, C. K. Trimble, pastor.
917 Pine street, phone cos. 374, 476.
Emmanuel Ilaptlst, Bloventh and
High streets, lllble school, 10 a. m
Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m.
Women's Home and Foreign Mission
ary society meets first Thursday of
Therit In every excuse for lack of
society news these days; Always
llmrii Is thu hot lary weather W tfftf
slder. ii rid thu vacation spirit which
ciniio-s society to move to tho'coun
tr, the herry patch nml trout
MmiiiiH In nn attempt to get ny
fiom town life unit nil Its worries,
Hummer brings won to every society
reporter, whether In the large city
or the miiiiII town, und one is dis
tracted to kuow a here to turn for
news to fill the Saturday column.
A Jolly ilnnclng party was given
ut the county Infirmary Saturday by
Miss (lliidys Murkwardt, usslsted by
Mr und Mrs Kdwurd Owens, who
J lire mitnHKf rs of the Infirmary. The
I Immense porch was used for dancing
I und later In thn eenlng a delightful
I supper was served by the hostess.
Tha guests were: Miss Lottie
1 Fischer, Mr and Mrs. Lee Cornish,
I.Mr und Mrs L A Davison, Mr. und
Mrs (lien Sri email, Mr und Mrs
Otto Wabbles. Mr and Mrs. Krlti
Mnrkwurdt. FranelK llnnnon, Robert
'nnd (lirge Flsrher and Mr. Mann.
' The ludliyi of the Sacred llnnrt
Campaign fund drive who sturted
thilr work of riinvnising thu city I
Hits week, met at luncheon at the t
llex cafe Thurrdiiy for a social nml 1 I
Imslm-ns hour i
'The riKhtlnc Shepherdess" is a '
Thu new emphasis on trained lead- dramatic story of life In the pictur-!
'ershlp wiih the interesting topic tak .n,ui western sheep coantry. Kate!
'en up durlnK the social and business i prentice, played by Anita Stewart, ir
I hour of the Women's Missionary .the pretty daughter of the proprie-
WE WILL HAVE FOR SALE A
this is the store that
the price i f
Nwct Pickle '
Only 2Sc Plat
AT THE' THEATERS
i Society of the Christian church,1 at
l ho home of Mrs liny
Seventien' ludl were present
Talks were given by Mrs. J. B. Heck-
ley. Mrs. Ceorge Wlrti, Mrs. C. P
Trimble and others Mrs. W. B," See-
'horn and Mrs B J Mner assisted
tress of a questionable roudhousc.
Anderson. Kned from the advances of Pete
l.Mullendore, half Indian and half
negro, uy .Mormon Joe, a recluse j
shi ephcriler. she leaves the tavern.!
She become) Mormon Joe's, protege
and partner In the sheep business.
Kate Is happy until she hears the
tlzed throngh the medium of the
screen. It will be shown at the Lib
erty on Monday with the much-ad-mired
Clarn Kimball Young in the
sensational role of "Trilby."
"Trilby" Is the story which caused
such a sensitlon after It was pub
lished years ago.
Tho screen version magnifies the
action and drama In the story and
with Maurice Tourneur as the direc
tor It has been given tho full benefit
of a skillful handling. "Trilby"
will probably go down in motion pic
ture annals, as ono of the greatest
screen dramas ever produced.
the bostisH and refreshments wer- K,fipn culling her "Mormon Joe's
set veil during the afternoon.
Kate." llughle Dlsston, from the)
Bast, visits the sheep country, meets
At fi.ur o'clock Oils nftcrnoon Miss Kate and accepts n dare to take her!
'Anna Hackland became the wife of'to thc n0,t,.rs- i)n Knto Is shun-1
Samuel Bugvnv Hidden, at tho homo n,1(Ii but on Uln wuy nonw HusnI.
of hir niMlnr. M.s Oeorge II, Down- ,,.,, her lltI ,0VP11 ,lt,r am, tnat wlien
Ing. on Seventh and Washington
stnetD The Itev. . F Trim bin olllc-
his college career Is completed, he
will return for her. That night Mor-
luted at the wedding, and Miss Ruth Joe ,g murderctl ana ,UBpcon
l.ln.ey acted ns maid of honor The ponU , Kote , ack of cv,,,ence
brides brother. Hernard Hackland ,r(Cg nr , ,no ian ,,,.
stood up with Mr Holden. Tm only Km( b(,eomM u,he
other guestK were the Immediate lumf bu, flmU n eb n K
...lllliy A I.K. I IU..CI. a. CrCU m nm, K0(H ln(.k 0 lQ cy hMrt br)k
the close of the ceremony and the
)nung couple left at once for n
honeymoon trip to Crater Lake.
Mis Holden was one of the moit
popular girls to graduate with the
class of 1920 from the Klamath
county hirh school. She Is. also, a
grudiiatc of the puhlla'schools her
Since her graduation she has been
employed by the First National
Mr Hidden Is a recent arrival In,
Klamath county, having coino here
this enr to accept a position with)
en Mullendnre. who has acquired
liirre sheep holdings nnd political In
fluence, orders Knte to leave thc
community, but fate intervenes.
l))ing as the result of a fight, be con
fesses murdering Mormon Joe.
Those who scorned the fighting shep
herdess learn to loc her, not exclud
ing Hughle. lint money doesn't
bring her happiness. A big sacrifice
doei.. At the Star Theatre Sunday.
Tom Mix Is to be seen as a United
Ours Is a practical people, to whom
Ideals furnish tho theory of political
action, upon which they want not
only firm assurance but also effec
tive practice. They want program
mes, but they wnnt action to (low
from them. They want constructive
common sense. They want the de
velopment of the common will, not
the views of a slnglo Individual.
They are beginning to realize .that
words without action are the assas
sins of IdealUm. On the. other side,
they are equally disgusted with seek
ing for power by destructive criti
cism, demagoguery, specious prom
ises and sham. Herbert Hover.
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the California-Oregon Power com- Stales Deputy Marshall n part he
, puny He was formerly a resident plned In real life many years ago -of
Chicago. I In his latest production, "The Ter-
j 4) 4 jror," at tho Liberty Theatre to-
' Eugene Melvln Prouty and Nellie 'night.
I Lewis were married last night by the This Is only ono of the many ad
Rev. !'. C, Trimble nt the homo of i venturous chapters trlat have been
the bride Miss Lewis Is u Klamath 'written Into Tom Mix's life. He left
Falls girl. halng been raised herejtho Virginia Military Academy at
nnd educated In the city schools. ino outbreak of the Spanlsh-Ameri-
I She Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. enn war to enlist with Col. Roose-
John M Lewis, old residents of'veifH nough Riders for serv
At n quiet wedding yesterday at
i eleven thirty Samuel F. Iong and
Hazel Harrow were married. Rev.
B. P. Lawrence performed the, cere-
linony and A. L. Christy and D. F.
. Hogue acted as witnesses.
Tha brldo has bee" teacher In
j tha country schools of Klamath
county Tor n, short tlmo. Mr. Long
has but recently coino to Klamath
Fulls from Ornnta Pass, Ho Is a well
known logging contractor there.
Tho Happy Hour Club will meet
at the homo of Mrs. (leorge Hum
phrey at her home nt C9 Pine Btreet
next Tuesday afternoon,
Henry "Hadn't you ought to
have something around you to go
motoring, at, night?" ,
Lizzie "Haven't you anything
Roost your 'city, boost your friend,
Uoost the lodge that you attend;
Roost tho street on which you're
Roost tho crowd that you are selling,
Roost the people round about you ;
PosBlbly they can do without you;
Rut success will quicker And them,
It they know that you're behind
Boost for every forward movement,
Doost for every new improvement;
Roost the stranger and- the neighbor,
Doost tho man, for whom you labor-
Cease to be a chronic knocker,
Cease, to be a progress bloektV;
And If you would hava you, (tome
(own bsijk. - hiV--
Boost U, Wsi It t t!lMHWUar.
"What Balary do you expect?"
asked the prospecltlve employer.
"At first was the modest reply.
"Just enough to lire on."
"You expect too much. I can't
Notre Dame Juggler.
Cuba. He was a member of the
American, Expeditionary force which
suppressed Filipino uprisings. t He
heled quell the Doxer uprising In
China, and was severely wounded
Upon recovering from his wounds
Mix Joined the Texas Rangers, and
thoro followed numerous exciting
Incidents, tho full story of which
would iruike nn exceedingly exciting
motion picturo scenario. It was soon
after this that ho became a United
States Deputy Marshall.
For threo ears from his collar
shop window William Orogan, Jour
neyman plumber, had seen tho same
two shapely feet trip lightly by. Sat
urday und minus tho gap of July
and August led him to tho conclu
sion that slio was n school teacher.
Ho had never soon her face, and yet
he foil In love with the girl whoso
feet twinkled past every day. In
quest of adventure, he put himself
nbonrd n ship for a trip around the
world. The pair of feet wns on the
same boat. Mystery, advonture,
treachory nnd love, with the strange
luck of the Irish, make this story a
thrilling romanco Indeed,
"The Luck of the Irish" is an Al
lan Dwan screen adaptation of Har
old MijcGrath's most .popular. novel
by, the same name. 'It Is the feature
attraction at The Liberty Theatre
Sunday. ' U
.. - j T . m fcrcil .'tttN
"Trilby," tSffjuBewr novel and
tafe.SMtaia, baa msIb baen drama-
Jones ''Do yoa over play
MJss Sportlelgh 'Mercy no, Mr.
Jones, I don't'know a thing about
the game. I don't even know which
end the ctddy you take hold of when
you hit the ball." '.
Hereafter the Herald will publish
he mean and maximum tempera
.unes and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. 8. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover tho
day previous to the paper's Issue, .up
to S o'clock of that day.
Max. Mln. clpltatlon
Aug. J 90 67
Aug. 2... . 85 63
Aug. 3 j 89 62
Aug. 4 ........ 87 51
Aug. S 80 61
Aug., 6 82 61
DIG PULP MILL
QUERBC, Aug. 7. A large pulp
mill wll) be erected between St.
Romauld and New Liverpool at
Levis. The company Is capitalized
at $6,000,000 and will turn out more
than a. hundred teni of pulp dally.
The Vive-Regal Lodge In Pboenlx
Park, Dublin, the private residence
of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, la
a prototjpo of the White House In
Washington, lloban, tbe Irish de
signer of the home of the American
presidents, copied the White House
from tbe Vice-Regal Lodge.
NOTICE OK MOND REDEMPTION
Notice is hereby given that fund
are now available In the city treas
ury for the redemption of bonda
numbered 6, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Serlea
J, for $600 each; and for bonda
numbered 2, 3, 4, and 5, Serlea K,
for $'500 each, and that the same
will be redeemed by the City Treas
urer at her office In the Klamath
State Bank, on or after September 1,
1920, and that Interest on each of
the bonds herein enumerated will
cease on tbe afore mentioned date.
IDA B. MOMYER.
City Treasurer of the OKy
of Klamath Falls, Oregea.
There will be a regular communi
cation of Klamath Lodge N- 77. A.
F. A. M Monday evening, August
19, 1920, at 8:04, o'clock p. m. All
Master Maabas aabuld attend.
7-9 f ' GEp.;CHASTAlN, W. SI.
The Rek Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
Plcklod Spiced Bceta Ripe Ollvca
Cream of Chicken, Trlncess
Sliced Tomatoes ,
Raked Halibut, Au drattn
One-balf Fried Spring Chicken, Country Style
Raked Sugar Cured Ham, Candied Sweet Potatoes
Chicken Fricassee, With Dumplings H
VEGETABLES r , ';
Mashed Potatoes String Beans Lyonnalse
drape Juice Punch - -
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