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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
i PERSONAL MENTION I
t ii ns inn-n
We carry the largest
Falls, and have two expert glaziers subject to your
Z immediate call.
i We have Wire Rib Sky-light glass Maze
X Plate Mirrors and Window glass in all sizes. Wind-
shields ijnd Head-light glass put in while you wait.
Lakeside Lumber Co.
Mill and Yards, Klamath Ave. and Center St
nj John Emerson and Anita I.ocm,
AT THE THEATERS r whose efforts for the Ut six months
' ' 0have been confined to providing Con-
"The Last ( the Dusjim," Is an-Unce Talmadge with unusual screen
other of those sweeping dramas of (material, hare completed what Is
the western Malms; based on the Probably their most daring adaption
BovelsottUneqrer.nadwIllbeseenM "Scwd of a Sinner." which will
.1 ih. uiuri,ilM(lir. tomorrow, be shown at the Star theater, com-
8unday. It mas approximate!)- seven
reels, and every foot cf It Is packed
with action of'a'griPPlng sort, which
keeps the aadleace In a pleasant !
stite of u.BS.-"lt once more'aunnK ,no I""1 vaT'
brings Into play the activities of tho
Texas rangers,, giving a historical f For the first time. Miss Talmadge
background to the aplcndid panora-'ts shown at the opening of a picture
ma of events, all of which hare a as a married woman. SBo la young
strong feeling of reality. 'and beautiful and marrlod at the age
But tho rrfpcljjal interest centers twenty. Her husband Is twice
In the striking figure of the hero. -age. an old foge whose goodness
nuck Daanc. as Impersonated by ores his lovely wlfe. The Emerson-
William Farnum. 1 Loos collaboration clorerly mado this
. . .. . ,, ., unsatisfactory husband so good that
Duck Is the son of an outlaw, and . . .
... ... .. . .iT i . ' the Lord put him away with the rest
the blood of the,Duanes makes a, r, ,
.. - .!- - ..ii. t hi. ,,., 'of the angels, thus leaving Constance
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fense la tho shooting or Cal Bain,
who has threatened to get him and
thus forced the Issue.
Buck flees from, bis home town,
and follows the career of a hunted
man along the Valley of the Rio
Grande. Ills adventures with the
Bland ease. the saving of Jennie
Lee, aad his subsequent alliance with
the Texas ranger -stake a story long
to be remembered.' Buck clears his
name aad wins a pardon from the
The ending, 'la unusual and brings
laugh, for 8j.Q the very last It Is
not certain Whether Buck has come
home dead or alive.
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IfeUro Change of
PcjUflai MacLean and Doris May in
' "WHAT'S YOUR HUSBAND DOING?"
.MaWrst picture Was a Riot I It was'
mmfnamK and a
HUIiI ) rtm'anrt Public as
Tasw-Hlf TOkr Becoad, la
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stock of glass in Klamath
Many unusual angles inske this
Pr ne " mwt distinctive of-,
'elngs to be shown on any screen
DO GOOD MK.V DIK EARLY?
(Talmadge as the heroine of tho story.
free to romp throughout four reels
of spicy comedy, searching for a sin
ner. "I'm so tired of good men that I
never want to see another as long as
I lire," says the dashing Georglana
as she heads for Central park bent
on finding a man who will show her
Windmill Generates Electricity.
The windmill has not been general
ly found available for the generation
of electricity because of the Irregular
ity of the- nlr currents, but thli has
bj-en overcome by a Swedish Inventor.
InitPnd of being' directly connected
to the djnnmo In the usual manner,
the nllMrheel shsft Is geared to a
linlstlng device, which serves fo ele
vate a two-ton weight to the top of a
ro-foot steel and wood tower. When
the weight reaches the mnxlroum
height. It Is released, and, as It falls,
actuates the dynamo, which Is mount
ed on a bracket tit the apex of the
toner with the mill wheel. A storage
battery and switchboard are housed la
the lower portion of the tower.
Just Like an Apple to Marjerle.
Little Marjorle. who Is three, told
her mother, the wife of a Muncle man
ufacturer, the other evening, that
while the mother wns nptown shop
ping she had been taken by a serv
ant to call oo her father In the latter"!
"What time did you sot" asked Uit
"Oh, In the core of the afternoon,'
replied the little girl.
"Mother doesn't understand what
you mean by the 'core, of1 the after
noon." It was explained to Marjort
"Why, I mean tho middle," she sal
simply, as wondering at the Ignorance
ef groun folks. Indlunupoils Mews.
half hours' leavb"
"The Best Comedy of the
Funnier Than Their First
Mr. and Mrs. Lcsllo Honors and
children, and Mr. and Mrs, Fred
Sh'llock and daughter, loft this
morning for Duck Inko, whoro they
will camp for sovornl days;
Tom Dixon returned Istot Iniaht
from (Inlt, California, whero ho hits
been ou vMt to his brother.
C M. IVttlt was a county sent vi
sitor yesterday from his rnuch noar
James I.owonstoln mid wife are
tourists from San Francisco, who are
In Klamath. Knlls today. Thoy nro
stopping at tho Whlto Pelican hotel.
A. IlcstnndliiR Is n Klnmnth Fall
visitor from his homo In San Fran
cisco. Ho arrived last night and Is
restored at tho Whlto Pelican
Mr. and Mrs. William King, Cissy
King, and Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Hock-
wood are here for a tew days from
their hotnes In Weed, California.
B. M. Bubb loft this morning on
tho train for Snn Francisco, whore
he wilt attend to business connoctcd
with the new bank.
Gladle Howdcn left this morning
for an extended visit In California.
Mr. and Mrs.O. C. FIth aro In town
today from their home In Chlco, Cal
ifornia. William J. Gurbarg. of Portland.
arrived on last night's train and Is
a guest at the White Pelican hotel.
Charles Palms-' and wlfo aro visi
tors here f rom 'Viaalla; California.
M. I.. Johnson, who was called to
San Franclisco by tho death of his
fathor. hns returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Kip Van Klper and
Mr. and Mrs. (larrctt Van Hlper hnvo
returned from an extended automo
bile trip throughout Washington niuliV
Robert Ooetx. the now principal
of the Klamath County high shoftl.
arrived lost night from Mllwuukeo,
Oregon. Ills family hae not yet ar
J. O. Prewett. of Sacramento, ar
rived here last night and Is register
ed at the White Pelican hotel.
George W. Stokoe Is a Klanutth
Falls visitor from Dend.
J. C. Thompson, mnnsger of the
C. O. P. company. Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Fisher, of South fiend, Wash
ington, and Miss Agnes Russell, of
Taeoma, made a trip to Copco today.
A. B. Craig Is here from Sacra
mento, California, on business.
Miss Margaret McGrath, who has
been making Klamath Falls her home j
for the past two or three years, left I
mis inurnmK lur amu r rani;i.u,
whero she plans to live In the future.
Mrs. C. M. O'Xell, Mrs. James
Grimes, and Mrs. Owen Kblln and
daughter, Vada, left yesterday for
the huckleberry patch.
Robert Harklnson, who has been
here for the past week visiting his
sister, Mrs. Fred Kngllsh, returned
this morning to his home In Oakland.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ga!!agher-and
children left this morning for their
home In Willows, California.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Pitcher have
arrived from Knight's Landing, Cal
ifornia, for a visit with Mr. Pitcher's
sister, Mrs. Don J. Zumwalt. They
made the trip In their "bug car" and
'plan on seeing Crater and Diamond
lakes while In this country.
' Miss Karle Montgomery, freight
clerk at the 8. P. station, is taking a
fortnight's vacation which she la
spending In Portland.
Charles H. (Hermle) Foster, ware
bouse foreman at tho S. P. depot,
has been III at his home In Hotj
Springs addition a couple of days.
His Illness Is not' serious.
Mrs. J. K. Ilratton. accompanied
by Mrs. Dona Graffis, who Is visiting
her from Mndford, left this morning
for a few days' visit with friends In
Walloon IJcCIellan Is In town to
day from his holno on the Merrill
Gus O. Johnson left this after
noon for Rocky Point, where ho will
spend tho week-end with his family,
wh are spending the summer there,
J, W. Moorman Is In the city today
from his ranch on tho Merrill road.
Both San Antonio and Fort Worth
have offered their players $5,000 If
tbey succeed In winning the second
half of the split Texas league season.
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LliLlWBOCXY MOUaVTAM IBB CO
Take rare of your money,
and It will take care of ou
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED To do dressmaking and
plain sewing. Call at corner Ful
ton and Worden streets. Sl-2s
One 1920 Chevrolet touring car;
extra lira and shock absorbers. A
real bargain at eight hundred and
i fifty dollars. i
CENTRAL GAR AUK
UANCINO INSTRUCTION'S Moose I
hall. Monday and Thursdsv even-'
Ings, 7 to 8. Speclsl Instructors for.
ladles and gentlemen
llsiman I1V fl Ilaavalff
Box O, Herald
OR RKNT Rooms,
WANTKD A good girl or woman
for general housework. Call at
Marshall House. 21-26
FOR BALK 26 early batched pure
blooded Vhlte Minorca Cockerels.
very large ana pcrieci oaauusa. , . ,. .. . .,,
each. I also have 7 pure blood While,0. mile southeast of Warsaw.
Leghorns for sale, all cockerels; are and Randon, 80 miles southeast of
from'the very best laying strain. Mrs. ' there, according to Thursday's com-
Fannie' Purdy, Malln, Ore. 21-33'
WANTKD Men with teams to haul
dry lumber; S mile haul. Swan Lake
Lumber Oo. 11-25
FOR SALE By owner, 320 acres.
Including cattle, horses, hogs and
sheep, thresher, tractor, and all kinds
of farm. Implements; also crop. Can
be Irrigated by springs en place; all
for 1100.00: two miles from Algo
ma. Stephen Hcrllhy. 21-21
FOR SALB OR TRADE House and
lot In Seattle, brand new. In resl
dence district; will trade for home
In Klamath Fals, or will take good
automobile In part payment. Inquire
122 So. Sixth; phone 120. 21-23
HARVESTER For sale, Idaho
combined harvester, nine foot-cut.
Has cut less than 1,000 acres; Is run
ning now. Will bo through Sept. 1.
I In good condition; can bo used with
engine or iv nurses nonius m jirus
ent. Reason for soiling, am quit'
ting grain raising. Price f650,00 on
car, and will como and start It ono
day. J. W. Henry, t miles 8. E. of
Grenada, on Taylor place.
Grenada, on Taylor plaice. 21-22
NOTICE TO IIIDDKRH
Bids will be received nntil six
o'clock P. M August 26, for the
erection of a new schoolhouse. to be
built about two miles north of the
railroad crossing at Modoe Point.
Bids to cover the furnishing of all
supplies, materials, and labor neces
sary for complete construction, Plana
may be obtained at tha office of the
Sawmill Engineering and Construc
tion company in Klamath Falls. All
bids to be mailed to Clayton Kirk at
Medoo Point, Ogegon, or presented
to him In person prior to the above
time and date.
By order of SCHOOL BOARD.
District No. 63.
By CLAYTON KIRK,
We have on hand bottle caps la
bled "Pasteurized Milk." We are us
ing these, but we are get paateurli-raa-
oir milk, We Mad that there
are a great many famlllea that at aoc
care far pasteurised mUk. ,
KLESN MILK DAIKT
al L. rreaeav
home you don t
AND THAT IS YOUR BANKING HOME.
LOCATED AT A CONVENIENT POINT,
YOU WILL FIND IIEHE A CONGENIAL
ATMOSPHERE AND NO RED TAPE.
A big friendly Bank for you
WHERE AN EARNEST "DESIRE TO
SERVE" IS BACKED BY THE ABILITY.,
WHY NOT MAKE THIS YOUR BANK
Klamath State Bank
THE GROWING BANK"
Located at the Corner 6th and Main
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WINS WEIGHT PUT
ANTWERP. Aug. !!. Tlmlos. of
Finland, won the final In tho hop.
'step, and Jump event of the Olympic
games today with I4.fi meturs.
P. I.. McDonald, of Now York, won
the final of tho C6 pound weight put
today, with a put of 11.265 meters.
WILL LIHT llt'VKRH
PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 21
Charting of wood-using Industrie
at. Ifnlt..! (. I a n
of the United States Is to be one of
tho first stops to bo taken In tho ed
ucational cumpalgn to Increase tho
market for northwestern lumber and
Its products. The report, which will
be of great value In this state, will
be completed In 90 days.
LONDON. Aug. 21. Tho Russian
8oret forcM havp BD,ndone(1 ,.
mtinl'iun from Warsaw.
HWKDIHH HHIP CALLH
PORTLAND. Ore., Aug. 21
For the first time' la many yeara
a vessel flying the Swedish flag put
In at the Portland harbor a few days
ago. She waa the steamer Indus,
which is to losd a full cargo of wheat
for the United Kingdom.
The veloran Al flrldwoll has quit
the Rocky Mount team of the Vir
ginia league as a result of a dispute
over his right to share In tho sale of
TBJB PICK OF THE PICTURM
A NEW ONE EVERT DAT
If. W. POOLE, Owner ROGER D. TORREY, Musical Director
DID YOU EVER SEE A CAVEMAN? NO WELL
Is a snappy story with some real caveman stuff und with Virginia
Pearson starring makes you sit up and tako notice every moment.
As usual we have a continuous show starting at I ISO P, K,
fs going to be with us la a stirring story by
mif wmb we tell yoa It la aoaa other tfcaa
"THE LAST OF THE DUANES"
jrow are boaad to be iatereeteii There wlM be
VTIVB OOMPIJBTR SHOWS SVNDAT '
Aad tfietwfore ao one need mJaa seesag UOs ptHvm
Push your dollars oar way
GOOD HOP CHOP
AI.IIANV, On., Aug. St. Many
growers In this vicinity pronounce
'" hnP "P th" bMt ,n ,ninr "
I Numrrou-' yards will double last
J"""- M' ,'ckl ",,n 0ttl
Come in Bnii
It shows too what to e
our home whether It
g-CaxATM avaah) vital .
sxjca perfect r-allam that
'm feel tha iraiaMs af
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