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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1920)
AT, OCIOMR !, I'M
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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. OUt FOR NEW RECORD
We havo something new In the mu
teal line.. J. W. Waterbury, the
aaarathon pianist, la in our raldit. At
present 'Mr. Waterburr claims the
world'. record of Ions time playing.
Me la to make an attempt white here
to break hla record. Should ho do
o he mutt play longer than 65 houri,
to minute and 45 second. This
record he established at Everett,
Wash., about a year ago. During this
length of time, both hand are en
gaged In playing at all times. lUs
food li given him by bis attendant
la fact, he stops for nothing until ex
hausted. "I want to break my present
record aa toon aa I can,'! cays Water
burr "and make 71 hour. I may
be able to do to here. I am In good
condition and may go through. Latt
week at Vancouver, Wash., I made
only 40 hour, nnd was forced to
top on account of lame shoulder."
Mr. Waterbury says ha I not hyp-
notlted during hi long play, nclthur
does he resort to the use, of drugs or
dope of any kind to keep going. !oti
at hot black coffee, nerve and grit I
about hi stock In trade.
Mr. Waterbury has made arrange
moots to play In the show window of
tho Electric 8ho on '6th St., begin
ning Friday at 10 a. m.
A prise Is to bo given to the per
son estimating the nearest number
of hours and minute played by Wa
hmirinrr rib bfto
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Odd Fellow.1 Bid, S. W. Cor. 5th Main
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Will Rogers has a part in this picture that
seems as well suited to his personality as the
flannel shirt and coonskin cap that he
wears. As Jim Fenton, the simple, rugged
woodsman, he is a character you will not
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY'
"THE COURAGE OF MARGE O'DOONE"
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334 S. SIXTH STREET
.,,,,. GUARANTEED REPAIRING y .
. NASH CAR AND TRUCK AGENCY
BODENHAMER BROS., Props.
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The first big meeting of the winter season-will-laiiy-tiiCQvCr.thnt-iiPiChffr-nl-,ft.t
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13
AT MOOSE HALL
Important business meeting, followed bv large
X class initiation. Members are urged to be present
All visiting brothers will be warmly welcomed.
silk tricolette overblouses
IN PLAIN, "DROP-STITCH" AND BASKET WEAVES
fife A f Mere wordatwill not do them juatice. They're absolutely out of the ordinary. tlf) I-
1 Weonly with we could impreaa you with the importance of this event and how Q7
wonderful the blouaea are. '
They come in all the latest shades jade, coral, orange, fa chow, flesh
navy, black and white
Building, S. W.
Corner 5th and
afffc aWa aBa aaffa affa nk A eft tflkt arra Ta trm an aTa ff- -&" - -
terbury. A novel part of the stunt Oct a good batn at the Colonial
la thai an alatrrlr nn I. nmrA l KOOms, 11M ana Main irel.' H2
.. .. . . "... . . gal, of I
the windpw and for every hour play
ed the price of the range I reduced
at the rate of two centa a minute.
"Someone will get" range mighty
cheap by the time I'm through,"
AT THE THEATERS
"JeV Call Me Jim." Will Roger'
latest Ooldwya starring vehicle, ad
apted from the faaaoa novel, "Seven
Oak," by. J. O. Holland, I peculiarly
suited to Mr. Rogers' personality and
talent. In It he play the role of Jim
Fenton, a happy-go-lucky hunter and
The situations arc ten so and Im
bued with all the dramatic qualities
of the sort that bold the intorest of
an audience from tho beginning to
the'cnd of the picture.
Jim Fenton Is In love with Miss
Butterworth, a milliner, and he be
lieves her to be In love with an In
sane Inventor, Paul Benedict, lang
uishing In a filthy workhouae. Ho
promises to rescue Paul and Incident-
gal, of hot water constantly wait'
Ing. 35 cent. Free.to roomer.
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dot yeur.sswtaU.iat atyK.,K,
tt. atorea Harvest sales. i&" jeaa
lhau regular pricee. 11-16
lhoaographa at redncrd prlcra.
Don't ilrUy. Kmrl Hhrphrrd Co. 1S-M
Two General Electric t
35 H. P. Motors
Big Pines Lumber Company
AT MOOSE HALL
New Music By
"The Jazz Artists Supreme"
i Straight Admissio Everyone Welcomo
. Family Style
50 Cents per Meal
301 High St Phone 455
For Paper Hanging and
F. rL LAUGHTON
204 South Riverside
Influential man 'In town, has robbed
the poo rlnvenlor of a machine from
which he ha made his fortune With
the help of Mlko Conlln, a friend
and trapper, Jim determines to force !
a confession from Belcher. They get
blm to Mike's houso and arouse his
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22
AT 10:30 A.M.
2- I will sell the well known Hooper herd of high class i
35 HEAD 35
Consisting of Durham and Jersev Milk Cews: '
;' also one pure bred roan Durham Bull. These cows '
; ; are fresh or will be by the first of January. All ; ;
: cows tubercline tested. Also five' head of good-::
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; ; young nurees. .
MACHINERY AND DAIRY SUPPLIES
, Will also be sold.
Two 12-inch single plows. '
One 16-inch sulky plow. , ,' ,- ,
One 2-section hairow. .
Thli I a good chance to buy some extra fine dairy, stock, and
T' anyone, la the market ahould not fall to attend this sale.
TERMS OF SALE
Three month' time on approved security, or 5 discount for
I - . cash, I ft., " t.
t" " FREE LUNCH AT NOON
; C a MERRILLrAuctioneer J. D. HOOPER, Owner
fear untfl ho Is all too eager to ,2
mako the confession they demand.
Thn ittorv was nflnnlpil frnm fhi
famous novel, "Seven Oaks" by. J. fi.lX
Holland, directed by Clarence Bad
ger, photographed by Marcel Le PI
card and may be seen at tho 8tar
theatre for 2 days, commennlng to
Blankets, comforters, bedding on
sale at K. K. K. store's Harvest sales.
15 lei than regular price. 11-16
Chicago' normal annual factory
output. I valued at 13,000,000,000.
The United Btates la the largest
wood using country In the world.
Rexall Straw Ballot
Note. The figures below will be
changed from day to day or as often
aa the new return are received, un
til election day. .
National Ballot Harding
Electoral' vote ...
Electoral vote ...
Mothers you can buy boy' suits,
overcoats Macklnaws at 20 less
t&aa.Ufl. regular prices at K. K.K.
iloWrf Harvest sale. 11-16
We have all-leather
Dress Shoes from
$7.00 to $16.00. Not only are the $15.00 Shoes
leather but also the $7.00 ones. The man that needs
a pair of Shoes cannot afford to overlook the values
we are offering. -
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