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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
I).VK PINK NKW8
Wm. Nloman lias gono to Itlch
Jnond, Cnl. to apond tho holidays with
Clyilo IlrnJloy hnn sold hi ranch
to Mr. Corum of Merrill.
Tho KlRor fnmlly took dinner
Christmas with Mrs. Klger's sister,
Mrs. llnnnon, near Merrill,
Tho Lono l'lno school had n Christ'
mas tito ami program at tho school
houso Christmas ovo.
Carl Harks has gono to San Fran
Cisco (or tho holidays.
Miss Walvo Drew Is vtMtlrtR at tho
Mr. Slgtonl has built an addition to
Jcssa Johnson and family spent
Christmas with Mrs. Johnson's broth
er, Henry Semnn and (amity.
New Itcoorl. IVtrl Shcptionls. flO-it
HARRY CAREY in
Also tho 1Mb; Western Featuro
TWO SI10WH 0:30 Mil 8:30
COM I NO HUXDAV
The World' Orcatcwt Picture
A bottU of Dk.
Month Catsup on
tha Ubla will add
wonderful zest to
Many women n
tfcra for cooking by
oak It freely In tha
ife . . ., ,, MrTTT.l i
P. II. Mills s out of town (or tho
day on matters o( business.
Tho Fireman's ball last night ro
allied a (Ino attendance nnd those
present report a delightful time.
Mrs. Kd. Duval and daughter vis
ited hero yesterday attornoon from
their homo at Chlloquln.
Hoy Tniott of Mcdford Is n city
visitor this week looking nttor busi
Curtis tiarrett o( Itochester. Now
York arrived last night and Is a guest
at tho Whlto Pelican hotel.
Krancls Hucchlor n resldont o( Fort
Klamath Is spending a (ow days here
attending to matters of business.
George Neuncr Is a Klamath Palls
visitor from Hosqburg. Ho Is a guest
at tho White Pelican hotol.
S. V. Burroughs, a Southern Pa
cific engineer, operating In Los An
geles, arrived hero last night for a
visit with friends and relatives In
Matt Kagan, manager of tho Al-
goma Lumber company, left on tho
Chlloquln train this morning (or tho
mill, but expects to return soon.
Sid Latta mailo a flying trip Into
town yesterday to purchase supplies
(or the Latta ranch which Is located
In tho Henley district.
J. H. Wise, a hotel proprietor o(
Fort Klamath who has been In town
(or several days, returned home this
K. North with his son, Kmmctt,
led yesterday (or Portland whero
they will visit Mr. North's parents,
Mr and Mrs. W. H. North.
J M. Alnut, proprietor of tho
Pastime pool hall, left this morning
(or Portland for a week's pleasure
K. W. Dee, who has been looking
after his logging operations on tho
west side of the lake (or tho past
(ew days, returned from Odessa last
Mrs. W. S. Sroogh and Mrs. E. S.
Phillips went as (ar as Chelsea on
tho train this morning, where they
will visit with Mrs. Durvln (or the
Mrs. Jennie Clinton transacted
business heer yesterday afternoon
from her home near Wilson Bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Allen drove Into
town yesterday afternoon (rom their
ranch home on the Keno road.
Miss Vera Houston, who has been
affiliated with the clerk's office for
tho past year, will leave In tho morn
ing for Eugene where she will con
tinue with her studies In the Uni
versity of Oregon.
The sunshine this morning sent a
thrill through orerybody about town
and greetings botweon (rlonds along
tho streets carried remarks rel
ative to tho weather, Theso
days nro false Indications tit spring,
which Is no doubt several mouths distant.
I'q nipped with a flno snmplo of
mint oil produced on tho compnny's
land In Klamath county last year, K.
E. Harpham Is In Hoseburg, says tho
Nows-Uovlow, as stock sales agent
for tho Pacific Coast Mint company
of Klamnth Kails.
At Annei. foreman of tho lltg Ua-
sin lumber company's mill, received
Injuries to his hand, when It bo-
camo ontangted In tho Jig saw yes
terday. Hnports from thn Klamath
general hospital today states thnt
amputation of tho thumb, at first
(oared necessary, will bo nvolded.
Members and (rlonrts of tho Ep-
worth league of tho Mothodtst
church are being entortnlned this
evening nt thn homo of Mr. and Mrs.
K. M. Chllcote, GOt North Tenth
street. Since a good tlmo Is assured
It Is hoped that thero will bo a good
attendance of tho young people of thn
organisation and their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Kmmltt are
planning an extonded vacation In
Florida' and will Icavo about Janu
ary 20. Inspiration (or tho trip was
(urnlshcd by two tlckots received' by
Mr. and Mrs. Kmmltt (rom Mr. nnd
Mrs. Paul Johnson who am living In
St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Johnson Is
pun for book i
A plan (or circulating tho books
to tin rend by tho members of tho
study department of tho Library club
has been worked out. Tho nimmltti'o
In charge of tho study department Is
vorv anxious to have members road
each book before It Is brought up
for discussion. One copy of tho honks
to bo read nnd In somo cases two
copies will bo available at tho pub
lic library. In order to facilitate mat
tors tho books will be circulated In
tho following order.
Mrs. llrldgoford will receive from
Miss Hawkins and when through
with tho book will pass It on to Mrs.
Harrison; from Mrs. Harrison It will
co to Mrs. Pike, from Mrs. Plko to
Mrs. Mortenson, from Mrs. Morten-
son to Mrs. Cummlngs, thence to Mrs.
Wnttenburg. from Mrs. Vtteuburg
to Mrs. Momyer, thence to Mrs. l.ud-
den. from Mrs. Luddon to Mrs. 11. h.
Wright, Mrs. Wright to Mrs, llnrt
Thomns, Mrs. Thomas to Mrs, Prod
Mills, Mrs, Mills to Mrs. Krausn, Mrs,
Krauso to Mrs, Klmbln, Mrs. Klmbln
to Mrs, (laming. Mrs. (Iiiuoiik in Mrs.
10. 8. Houry, Mrs. Henry In Mrs.
W'olst, Mrs, W'olst to Mrs. linker, MrH,
linker to Mrs. Kliorloln. Mrs. Klmr
loin to Mrs. W, II. Itobortson, Mrs.
Itoherlson to Mrs. Htnwart anil Mrs.
Htnwart to Miss Hawkins.
Tim hook will always begin to cir
culate with tho loader. In tho ovimt
that there nro two copies thn leader
may keep one. passing tho other to
tho person following her In thn cir
cle. If thn lender tins a copy of hnr
awn shn should pass one ropy to the
person following her mid glvn tho
other lo soineonn halfway down the
lino with Instructions to pass It on
III thn order given nlinvn. Honks
should lie rend nt oncn nnd passed
on Immeillntely An attempt has been
mndn lo arrange thn rlrrlo accord
ing to tho locality In which thn mom
bors live, where this has not been
jiosslhlo the book may be left at the
library and thn next In llpu notified
to call for It. Anyone wishing to Join
thn study club should notify Mrs.
.Af the Theaters
(laming who will son that hnr tmma
Is placed on tho circulating list. '
Oonlos of t in first two hooks to no
studied have nlreitdy been received
liv thn 1 lirary and tin lenders III
chitrgn should see that they are start
mi circulating at oncn.
When storage hatturlns (room, It
menus u new buttery, Well tn you
how to avoid such a catnstrophy.
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(reeling In cold weather. Link Itlver
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Btorngo batteries (rfieio. ,Ask us
about It. Link Itlver llattory Htntloii.
Colonial Itooms, lltli nnd Main
Hts you get it good bed nnd n good
hath, H2 gals, of hut water constantly
wnltlng All outsldn rooms. Ktovo
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each room If desired, 30
New HiMiinU. Knrl Hhcphenls. fto-ll
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Rowing at the
A rroi ic
JACK PICKFORD H
"The Man Who Had Everything" H
Hero's Jack'it King-Pin Picture. M
lie Hurts You Bee It. M
H01SAKT I10SWORT1I In H
"BELOW THE SURFACE" H
A Thrilling Story o( the Keu. H
NEW TODAY f
LOST Fox tcrrlor pup, thrco months
old, black spot over eye. Phone
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FOR BALK Modern (our room
bungalow. Improved homo, lawn,
parkrow, shade trees, rose bushes,
current and gooseberry bushes, largo
garden and garago. Phone 269-J.
FOTl SAL?: Ilairon-Tancrcd strain
of whlto Ioghorn cocks, one year
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each. Uaby chicks samo strain, $'1C
per 100. Hatching eggs $1.25 (or 15,
$7. CO per 100. Season February to
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(or utility and Is very choice. Our
records are proof of the money pro
ducing quality of our stock. Sent by
express. Safe delivery guaranteed.
MATWOOD POULTRY FAIIM.
30-4 W. H. Harris, Mgr.
FOR SALE Ford touring csr In
good condition. Very cheap for
cash. See Chllcote It Smith, 633 Main
FOR 8ALB Friday 10 a. m. Many
good articles. See Dick, corner Cth
and Klamath Ave. 30
WANTED TO I1UY4 to C room
house. Can make small cash pay
ment and pay balance like rent. Ad
dress Dox 422, Klamath Falls.
LOOSE HAY FOR 8ALB Oat hay.
wheat hay and beardless rye hay,
SIS per ton. Pcoplo's Warehouse
FOR RENT 2-room furnished cabin,
(or bachelors, inn m. near jiain
Dance New Year's ove at Scandi
navian hall. Bveryono invited, ao-ai-
December 31, 1920
At Malin, Oregon
Beef cut from fat 3-year-old steers, at these prices,
; Round 25c
" Roasts 18c and 22c
Boil 13c and 14c
.?."" FRANCIS P. HANNON
Vow INm-omN, I'-nrl Nli-ilnnls. -Jlll-ll
"TILL TIIK TIDKH OK TIIK
OCKAN IIKI'UHK TO FLOW."
Frank II. RohlnsbnV latest
song succoss. Now on sale nt
thn Klamnth Falls Music lfousn.
TIIK l.llir.UTV THKATIir.
Hetty." said her (rlend, "I'm
Just n gypsy trooper! I agreed lo
go down to mommer-ln-lnw. but I've
got cotd teet. You go down nnd ho
poor drowned Johnny'Ss widow
hero's tho certificate nnd thn ring.
Hotter grab this chnnco (or a good
homo whllo tho grabbing' good
so long, kid!"
That's how llttlo netty Itlnlr.4
worn out nftor n bard season on tho
road with a cheap theatrical com
pany, camo to bo occupying tho false
position in an aristocratic Southern
family of widow of tho only son.
Tho death of young Hale would
have made an avaricious cousin heir
to tho cstato wore It not for tho wid
ow whom the cousin tries to provo
The return of tho supposedly dead
hero turns tho story Into a spicy
channel when ho discovers hU bogus
widow and Is forcod because ct his
mother's 111 health and tho machina
tions of the villain, to keep up tho
decoptlon. Tho entrance ot tho real
wife on tho sceno brings tho story
to a climax as surprising as It Is
happy for all except tho villain.
Sylvia Ilraemer and Robert Cor
don aro admirably cast In this spicy
romantic comedy entitled, "Respuct
nblo Uy Proxy," and showing nt tho
Liberty theatre tonight.
A New Year Dawns
The story of on author who wrote
a successful play only to (Ind on the
night of tho promler that hn hns
based tho plot on tho Indescrollnm
ot his own wife and has madn her
tho subject or gossip (or all Paris
Is artfully told In "Tho Devil's Pass
Key," a Unlversal-Jowol photoplay
produced under tho direction of Krlc
von Stroholm, an dwhlch comes to
tho Liberty thoatro on Friday.
Mr. von Stroholm was author and
derector of "Illlnd Husbands." 8am
do Qrasso, who pluyed tho husahnd
In that production, has a similar
part In "Tho Dovll's Pass Key." Una
Trevelyn, his wlfo, Clyde Fllmoro as
a wealthy young American army of
fleer in Paris, Maudo Ocorxo, Mao
Dusch, Ruth King, Leo Whlto and
Jack Mathels aro also In tho oast.
The plot Is taken (rom tho story
''Clothes anil Troachery," by Ilaron
TIIK KTAH TIIKATHK
Take the proper amount of humor,
pathos, thrills, do luxe sets and the
best screen talent obtainable, mix
to a porfect blending and "Tho Man
Who Had Everything" will bo tho
Jack PIckiord Is featured, and his
support Includes Lionel Ilelmoro,
Shannon Day, tho "baby vnmplro,"
engaged by (loldwyn especially (or
tho picture (rom tho .Midnight Frolic
In Now York, and Prlscllla Homier.
A now dance feature Is Introduced
by Miss' Day, Tho pleco do reslstanco
of tho plcturo, which wl) coma to
tho Star thoatro tonight Is I-enoro's
boudoir. For oxotlc atmosphero' this
llttlo mastorplco of interior decorat
ing has no equal. Every article In
(lie suite, (rom tho most conspicuous
to tho most obscuro, was especially
designed, and carrion out tho spider
web motive of tha apartmont. The
head board of Lenoro's bed Is a groat
web curvod (rom teak wood, and tho
(oot posts are two nudo feminine
figures modelled nftor tho old Egyp
tian reliefs. A gold lined ulcovo,
woven with silver threads, Is tho
sanctum whero Lenore propares tho
mysterious .toilettes that lure tho un
fortunate fly within her not.
Tho quality that marks a moving
plcturo for succoss or faliura; tho
story quality, was tho first considera
tion (or this plcturo. "Tho Man Who
Had Everything," Is a good story 'and
that is saying evorythlng.
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fT"" iii'" JiiiiJirrr'VirrVrLrVrinjnj'Xrv
"Always the Best for the Liberty Gucit"
"RESPECTABLE BY PROXY"
Original Novel Interesting'1
"THE DEVIL'S PASSKEY"
SUSPENSE: YOU SAID ITI Whon you noar tho ond o( this
wonder drama you will bo on tho odgo of your noa(, unablo to
tako your oyo (rom tha screen.
IT'S ItKALI IT'8 HUMAN! IT'S LIFE I
Matinoes, 1:30 and 3:30. Evening, 7:30 and 0:30
And a Midnight Show, to ushor In 1021.
NEW YEAR'S DAY
This show will bo continuous, starting nt 1:30 p, m nnd
tho spoclal (eaturo will ho Ilia HILL IlUSSELL (n
"THE CHALLENGE OF THE LAW"
Wo hnvo a upoclu! wlro Installed In tho thoatro and will hnyo
roports by plays of tho
OHIO STATE vs. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
ootunii uamo ni l'nsadona, starting nt 2:00 b. m,