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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1921)
MAY l, ttUI
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON .
Women say it is the loveliest underwear they have
ever seen. It certainly is a delight to those who prize
that feeling of comfort that comes with the wearing of
silk undergarments. Camisoles will be included in this
special offering. Values up to $4.50.
Win. W. Abbott if Klamath A mm
ey, In In'town on uintlm of lmslne
W ! Orl. auditor lor tho iml
ard Oil company. I I" tuwii "" m'"
lnoon connected with Iho company
i..nnrlliitt from his iil custom
' Captain J W. Siemens. I not
. it... .........nll.m nf tlm Pa
clflo Nurlhwesl Tourist association
which opened today hi Vancouver,
'll ( Captain Siemens received
Invitation hut lh rw of business
, forbade liU nrcnplauro. Jlo U a
director of tin association. '
1 Mm K lllsckburn and son, Shir
ley, mul daughter. Mrs lly Rr
Moor am hero looking after their
properly Interests Mm Moore U
the owner of tho building that
houses Iho Klamath general hnspl
'lul Mr lllackbtirn la the widow
of the. nmn "who found! the Instl
Intlon. which was formerly known
an Iho lllackburn hospital
! I'UM'liMi MONUMKNT
I (Imtrge I). (Initio .local marble
worker. left this morning for t.n
null Valley lo erect a inarbln nionu
mont over tlm grave of Mm AIM
V llrown. a pioneer of thl sec
lion She as the mother of Mm
Ted While of this elty.
Mr (lrlil lm recently placed
two monuments In Iho local tumn
lery otlo over thd grave of Iho
tutu Henry Hhalloek and oue nmrk.
Inic tho resting plsro of the lto
T Personal Mention
'Mr and Mm. J J McLaughlin nnd
daughter, of New Mcdford. Mat .
yhave purchased the Dale homo and
Mr. Mclaughlin has accepted a peti
tion with the Dinner I'atty Motor
company hen?. Ho U a, brother of
Mrs. C K llrandcnburg. of this city
r J. H. Lcntx'haa taken a position In
Dunsmnlr for tho summer Mr Lntx
C O. Twohy of the Chlloqulu Lum
ber company, baa gono to Dorria for
the day, on matters of business for
Mis Julia llrlsnd left this morn
Ins for Seattle whero she will reeldo
oquln, are In the city for a few days!
attending to business matters.
Chas Stevenson of the Tinted .
State navy, is Journeying lo Phila
delphia this morning after n two I
weeks' visit with hh brother, JamvV
nnd William Stevenwn. of Merrill J
Mr Stevenson was a resident of
Klamath a few caw ago. I
U 1. Wulkor and J. II Wrgbt arc
enrouto to Portland this morning,
after a abort visit with Mr. Walker's
father. John K. Walker, of Alcorn
Sidney 8mytbe of the Warren Con
4ructlon company in In town In the
Interest of the company
Mrs. Annie Wldmaler from Droth
era. Oregon, was a passenger on this
morning' train for an extended visit
to Los Angclen and other southern
Mrs Jessie McAdams, who has
been employed at the Itex Cafe, left
this morning to reside In Grunts
Pans, Oregon I
Frank Ottoman has gone to Port
land for a few days on business
ttfit Thomas llrady of (.akevlew.
Is a visitor hero for a few days
Mr. and Mm. Kugene Chltder mo
tored from Mcdford yeteritay and
left this morning for Fori KLimsth
10 look after their stu.k Interest
Chaa. K. Cnulur of the Kl.k Hub
ber comiany, Is leaving for Bn Prsn
clsco this morning by auto after vis
iting his agents In this territory.
8. J. Colahan of fori Klamath, I
In town for the day.
Mr. and Mm. II J ioff of IMrris.
aro visitors here.
C 1L McCutclun of the Hlandsrd
Oil company, who has been In the
elty for the past several dar. left
this morning fur Hacramento
I'nderwood's Pharmacy record
etl n rising barometer during
the early hours of the morning,
but slnco II o'clock the press
ure ha been steady Condi
tions favor a continuation of
the present unsettled coudl'
tlons with alternate, winds and
Forecast for thn next :t hour'
flenerally fair with brisk
winds: Probably rooler
OltKOON Toiiiftitt and Welne
day. orroslnnal is u
A classified ad In The Herald will
find what Too havo lost.
Ed. F. Crawford
The Beat for the Beat
THE WORKINGMAN'S THEATRE
THREE VAUDEVILLE ACTS AND
TWO BIG PICTURES
This Is the best combination cf pictures and vaudeville over
seen In Klamath Kails,
THE VAUDEVILLE FEATURES
NO. 1 MISS EDITH SNYDER
TIIK VIIISTI.I; HONGIIIItl)
AMKKICA'S OnBATKST WOMAN WHI8TLKK
NO. 2 LAWRENCE AND H AR,VEY
AUHTitAMA.V .VOVKI.TV COJlKDIANH AM) DA.VCKIW
Featuring hard and soft shoo dancing, also thero own original
norelty dancing oh pedestals. This act Is n real novelty.
NO. 3 DEAN AND DAVIS
CHAKACTER AUTI8TH IN A NOVKLTV SKIT
A DKHATK OX WOMAN
Mr Dw-.Is' rube character Is a wonderful ploco of acting and you
will laugh until you cant laugh any moro, Don't mis It,
NOW COMES THE PICTURES""
No. 1 The Incomparable Screen Idol
Charles Ray in "THE CLODHOPPER"
A study of homespun, of silk and of-callcccs: a breath of new.
mown hay; a breeze from Ilroadway, a story of team and chcors.
What "would you do If you were uuddculy thrown into tho midst
of a bevy of Broadway chorus girls? Beo what Charles Itay did in
vTho Clodboppor," produced by Thou Inco, und
NO. 2 WEBBER AND FIELDS
"WORST OF FRIENDS
THE WOBLD'g GREATEST COMEDIANS
A 'CYCLONE OF LAUGHS'
A MACK SENNETT COMEDY
Show starts at 6. is sharp. Don't miss (t.
Doom open at 1C. Como early and see It oil.
Rowing at the
"A FULL HOUSE"
A gambler In love, he tried to discard a queen Hut
sho wouldn't quit tho game And when ha won an.
other heart and was Just about to flash a diamond
Well, you'll say the queen Jaxie his cards. A picture
that deals to all a royal flush of laughter.
"THE FRISKY MRS. JOHNSON
At The Liberty
The House of Personal Service
CIIAHMINO MAY ALMKON IN
fair; and warmer
This plcturo was to huvo been shown yesterday but owing to
the Into arrival cf tho film, it will l, shown tonight instoad.
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WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
TUB MIIIACLB OF TIIK TIIEATHK'H AIIT
Otis Skinner in
This stupendouH ten-reel productlcn, costing half a million dol
tarn to prnduco Is oven creator thun tho play.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR "KIBMKT" N
Rcitorvnd Boats COo and tax,
General Admission 3So,
In order that ovoryoiio may sea "KISMET" tho raatlneo prices
will remain regular 10c and 26c,
Reeerved seals aro now on aalo at tho box office.
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Frank Mayo in
$ 10 $
It has been estimated that the
first thousand feet in our well wilt
cost $2.50 per foot and that that
depth should be reached in one
All the machinery and equip
menl will soon be on the ground and
active drilling will commence at
soon as it can be set up.
We hope to have our well down
1 000 feet by July 1st.
As soon as the money is in sight
for thai Much work our tloch will
be withdrawn from the market and
no more will be sold at the present
Every day may be your last op
portunity to buy at $1.00 per share.
Sign This Coupon
Jipim lirUcoll. Heey. Wlllltl Wd. Kiswslh rIU
Unclosed eheok for f lor Mh pleas Tfwrrt
for ru. srrs Crater Oil and 'I""" ii! ,
per share, for which I agree Co subrlie upon rw
of subscription blank.
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