The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 10, 1921, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALIS. OREGON
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TUKS1UY, MAY 10, lll!l
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The Evening Herald
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CUT Ktr
J. MURRAY-
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v ruoiisnoa iaujr except ounur, or
Tho Hornld Publishing Company of
Klamath Kails, nt 119 Ktfthth 8trt.
Entered at tbo poitotflco at Kla
math Fall, Oro., for trammUiloa
throosh tho malli aa aocond-class
matter.
MKMUtfl OK Till) ARSOCIATKO
t'Rt&H
Thn Ansoclited l'rM It excluslTely
entitled to the uto for republication
of all now dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwise credited In this
panor, and alio tho local nowa pub
tuner herein.
Tl'llAY, .MAY t. Ml
Mi'L I UllGWCU
I f SCOUT UIX)t;HKH IN AMj COMHW I
I $2.95 I
. .
AT
TIX MEASE
ONE-FIFTH FOR
STATE IN YEAH
At the Theaters
body else's collarette, and but see
tho whiiln play, 'Talr and Wanner,
at thn Liberty Thealro tonight. May
Alllmw In the star; and It'it Avery
llitpnooil'a (tinniest farce,
l.iKe a romance from the late ot
on tbo roll of 1919. was I33.59C.
693.03. Tbo Increase i f S, 530. 673
In addition to tho regular total
U an addition of M6.fi8:.61 for fire
patrol In many counties.
An a&iMimcnt for thl service Ii
lerled on those timber land owner
wbo do not provide patrol for their
lands. The assessments made by tho
county court on the basis of data fur
nished by the state department of
forestry.
Ten Count lr High
Ten counties now bare assessments
of more than $1,000,000. Or this
number, threo counties. Jackson.
1.1 nn and Washington, hare Jumped
from below tbo million mark to above
$1,000,000 this year.
Klamath county's 1930 ajmwinient
was $769,548.70. The 1931 asscm
ment was $979.540.61 a gain of
J319.993.91.
Patrol Ievki Heavy
THK STAH
Ia)vo loiters of another man. slol
' en Jewvts and a bride of n day who
Is heartbroken because her liulibrt,w Ar-bUl, NUhu U the story of
presumably has deceived her. and Man,lnahi ,h(, daughter 0f beggar
other amusing developments contrlb, who m n ft nmn wnw of ,
uto to make Itryant Washburn 1st- j cy (,f ,U.iUa TnrollKh ,hc , 0
J est Paramount pbotocomedy. A w fMw pw mfl wh h(J CM,h
Pull House." which show, at the Star. Hh nI(H, lttpWBlls ,,, who ,iromll.
theatre tonight, a delightful enter-1 pi lta aho g,loul, bccomo n( MAr
talnment for any audience Th(,n ,nr0ll5h ,ho eMaxaTr ct a
Mr. Washburn Is Irreslstlblo '.,, . ,,. ,hn w. .. nlo
Oeorgo Itowwll. n newb'wed Ho hmm ,hfr( ,0 a , b,Unw
gvts In and out of trouble In a uian-,()( h(T ,f,
ner that makes the laughs contlnu-, , . . Ih- worM .. .. hll mrer
''"'"of thn wlrktHlrit man In the Orient
as tho oung no W)1i, h-f(1 bMm gwep, ,n0 ob.
broken whn fc... , .., i - w,.i n.
poets call "Kismet." Tbore In her
htirLvat hnur but (hit motion I) lev
Practically all of the action taVsl ,. . ... ,hin
...... .& I ' -
6S Place in tne live rooms oi mo ncn..lfoJ ,m Ml h ofy of ,ho
l Ing home. "Itapia,flre" would be thel t 0,a q ..K,inwl.. lbo obel
tcrnir sP'ewiir wnen tno ioiicn
take a hand with an Irish cop at the
door who nays "You can como In but
you can't go out!"
Herald Salem llumui
SALKM. Ore.. May 10. Oregon's
total tax tor this year Is an Increase
of more than 20 per cent over last
year llecords of the state tax com
mission show that the total tax for
the vear. which l the assessment ou
the rolls of 1920. Is $41,117 367.71.1 he discovers that her husband of
I Im innsenntlii tm m (SImF
whllo tno tout for Usl year, tne levy j ki " -
ous white he is on tho screen.
Wilson Is charming
brldo whoso heart Is
maid
llobertson
Coin super-special picture at the
I.lbertr Theatre Weduwday and
Thursday, wltb Oils flklnner In the
leading role, will live long In the
In minor characters Ouy Mllhan. , ,,.- of .n wh iH, ,b. IcrMn rer.
Hazel Howell. Vera Iwls. Catherine ( ion of ,ho M,ebret, pUy
Will lace, little Williams, jonn uu.
Z. Wall Covington and Prank Jonas
son do work that splendidly supple
ments the laugh-making efforts of
(he star Tho picture finely di
rected by Jame Cruxo.
MO.MUI.K THKATItl-:
Ono of Ibe best combination pic
ture and raudevllle shows ever seen
In Klamath Falls wilt open at the
Mondale theatre tonight. There will
LONK PINK NKWH
The entertainment at the school
house April 30th was a grat success,
The botes and other things sold
brought a total or $X3 33. which w
be used to send delegate from the
boys and girts clubs to Corral I Is to
summer school Mr Krtion acted a
auctioneer for th boira Klmer llur,
sine sold voles on the ugliest man
The Liberty
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
MAY 11TH AND12TH
$ ...
be fire big features, three feature , and the prettiest girl The prues were
vaudeville acts and two feature pic-1 two boxes of randy and were won by
l tnrM? lu. a Slsek K-nnotL roniedv I lr. tjoerlson ami inanoiie wren
Tho additional amounts that are
levied this year for tho patrol In
those counties where such levies are
made arc'
Baker, $965.09; Denton. $3084.13;
ClackatnM. $1728.45; Clatsop. $3,
383.1C; Columbia, $1679.96
$3709.35; Crook, $415.03;
Keaturo No 1 Is Miss Kdlth Snyder.lson Mrs. lluesslng ana .mim iKiisn
tho whistling song bird. In songs and. kept the Ice errant stand
whistling. MIm Knydcr Is considered Ituth Purdsr of Merrill, spent sev
America' greatest woman whistler ' eral days of lail wwk with Agnes Kn
and Is also a beautiful singer ' man.
Feature So. 3 U Lawrcne and Ha Mrs. natllff of Merrill. Is visiting
Coos ' er. the Australian duo. who are now i a few das with her daughter. Mm.
Curry, on their last lap around the world 'Jim Hlevenson
$3423.60; Deschutes. $1118.52; They havo appeared In every large Clyde Klgor Is plowinr tne m
Douglas, $5936.23; Grant. $2544 66; I and small city of the world and sail' Heat ranch for Dr. Pslterson
Hood Itrrer. 1134.34: Horner. $82.44 ! from San Krsnclsco In June for their1 James Stevenson's mother. Mrs
Jackson, $6256.56; Jefferson, $ 1,-1 home In Australia. They do a wonder-189-45;
Josephine, $1869.S7; Klm- fU novelty singing and dancing act,
ath. $2535.04; lake. $1271.33; Lanohhclr dancing being above anything
$5565.18; Lincoln. $1138.22; Linn, erer seen here. Their hard shoo and
$3437.50; Marion, 792.68; Morrow. (loft shoe dancing, and also dancing
$936.36; Polk. $339.80; Tillamook. i on pedesUls 12 feet, high. Is some
$3013.98; Umatilla, $1045.92; Union! thing new and original. Feature No
$2787.41; Wasco. $973 67; Wnllo- 3 u Dean and Davis in a comedy
wa, $1440.81; Washington, $3287.52 Isklt. called a debute on women, which
Wboolcr. $1599.63; Yamhill, $1.
002.03, total, $66,583.61, total last
year, $59,684.94.
Government Wants
Names of Disabled
Who Need Treatment
Mrs. William Canong has received
request from division headquarters
of the Red Cross for the names of all
disabled service men In this territory
who are In need of hospital treat- j
ment. Tbo government Is establishing
hospitals for disabled veterans of the
World War and the division managerl
urges tho importance of securing a
full list of all who are entitled to
treatment.
Mrs. (ianong said she considered It
probable there wero men In Klamath
county wbo needed the hospital treat,
ment, and were entitled to It, who
have nover reported to tho Ited Cross
and asks any one knowing of such
cases to notify her.
The division headquarters Is anxj-
Iouh to havo the Information at once,
so any information should bo placed
with tho Ited Cross Immediately,
is a scream. Mr. Itarls' character aa
the Rube Is side splitting and tho act
Is a riot. Plcturo festure No. I is the
Idol ot tbe screen Charles. Itar In
"Tho Clodhopper," a study of home
spun, calico nnd Broadway. This
I picture Is Mr. Ray's best picture.
Feature No. 2 Is tbe world's greatest
comedians, Weber and Field, In
'Worst of Friends." and you will
laugh until your sides ache. With
the Mack Bennett comedy It will be
hard to beat tbls show, so don't miss
it."
k THK MIIKItTV
alio had never mixed a cocktail.
Never tasted 0110. And then one nlghl
Jack went to thn lodge at least he
said he did and Hlanny found some-
Oleson, of Omaha, Nebraska, and
brother, Charles Stevenson, of the
U. 8 Nary, are visiting him for sov
eral days.
Mrs James Stevenson and Mrs
Anna Ratlltf entertained the Merrill
Library club at Mrs. Stevenson's
home Thursday, May 6th
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knman and C
W. Jwls were Klsmath Fall vlsl
tors Saturday.
Clydo Bradley visited Lone Pine
friends severs! days last week
Dr. Suit and family and John Ham
non and family of Merrill, spent
Sunday with the Klgor family.
Mrs. J. K Knman visited the
school Wednesday afternoon
MIIXKIl HILL KXAMH
POSTI'ONKD A MONTH
Owing to tho Illness of tho teacher
or Miller Hill school, the KUlo exam
inations of the 6th, 7-th snd 8th
grades wtll not be held until June.
School will probably start next Mon
day and contlnun until thn regular
8th grade examination In June.
Rrsorved seats for
on sain at the IJlMWty.
Kismet" now
ART NKKDLKWORK CLUB
KKKI'H 17TH A.NMVKRKAKY
Tbo Art Noodlework club met with
Mrs, George WIrtz last Wednesday
aftornooon to eclebrato tbo 17th an
niversary of its founding. Officers
wero elected as follews: Mrs. 11. K.
Wattenburs. presldont; Mrs. Prod,
fiocllor, secretary. Tbo committee on
book selection la Mrs, K. G. Cum
mings, Mrs. Charles Martin and Mrs.
Fred Goellor. Members present were
'Mesdamcs R. If. Dunbar, E. S, Phil
lips, Charles Martin, Caroy Ramsby,
Jennie Hum, K. O. Cummlngt, Fred
Goeller, ,6. C. MarUo, Ellen Piel
and R. E, TVattenburf. Mrs. Cbsrl6
Moore -was a guest of the club. Re
freehments were served at the egd of
the pleasant afternoon,
Charter No. 249.
HKIOKT OV CONDITION' OH THK
MALIN STATE BANK
of Malln, at Malifl, Ore, in the Htate of Orrffop, at tho close of business
April 2M. Ifttl.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts -- .' $47,604.92
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 64.81
Bonds and warrants ..... 1,786.38
Furnlturo and fixtures - ' 4,688.36
Due from banks (not reserve banks H3.71
Due from approved reserve banks 2,189.22
Checks and other cash Items - . 88,47
Cash on hand .................... . 4,094.41
paid
Total ....
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid In ,
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes'
Due to bunks and bankers
Individual deposits subject to chock t
Cashier checks outstanding
Time and Savings Deposits .,
Bills payable for' money borrowed
.,'...,'. $60,690.31
1
16,000.00
' 4UV.61
my.tr.'
32,096.18
72.66
2,16.34
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.$60,600,31
Ol&l f sfff i
State of Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss.
I, Louis Boldlscbar, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. LOUIS DOLDI6CIIAR, Cashier
Correct Attest: -A.
KALLVA.
E. M. HAMMOND, . '
NED O'CONNOR, Directors.
BubtcrJbed and sworn to before me this Cbt day of May, 1921,
M, M. BTAflTNY, Notary TUbllc,
(My commission expires Marco fl, 1923.)
OTIS SKINNER
-IN-
"KISMET
A PRODUCTION DE LUXE
A MIRACLE OF THE ART OF THE SCREEN
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SPECIAL PRICES FOR "KISMET"
Reserved Scuts 50c and tax.
General Admission 35c.
To enable everyone to see "KISMET" the matinee
prices will remain regular 10c and 25c
Wednesday and Thursday, May ll-12ili
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ELKS'
WESTERN
Bigger Than
Any Circm
May 19, 20 and 21
NIGHTS
and the money all stays at home
tor the assistance ot our poor and needy
THEY'RE ALL COMING
Merrill
Dorrif
Lakeview
Fort Klamath
Bonanza
Alturas
Chiloquin
Bly
Malin
If s Going to Be Some Show - General Admission, 25c
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