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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, MAY 81, i21
FOR SALE 4-room house. furnlshod
or unfurnished, also cabin; 1505
Oro. Avo. 28-4
FOR SALE Six Jorsoy cows, nil Riv
ing milk, wo separators, ono
second hand Bluobcll and ono nearly
now Bhnrploss. Hay Hicks, Grlgsby
ranch Olcno. 28-4
Hnn rnrtni hnnm fnr rnnl f iirnlatioil.
Soo Fischer, Delores and Fremont.
FOR SALE Light Six touring car:
good mechanical condition; good
rubber, $350.00. Sco Stngg Central
WANTED 150 bucks to pasture. In-
qulro phono 356, or address J. T)
Swift, caro ot P. O. box 487. 26-1
Vn hnvn fhnm In nil alvrtfl at re
KLAMATH OIL CO'S. STOCK WAN- duced prices, and havo sold them hero
tej will pay spot cash lor ono on ior ovor eignt years, iou nro tailing
more shares. Stnto numbor of shares no chances. We guarnntco every ono
offered and lowost prlco In first let-1 largo or small to glvo satisfaction,
tor. Address Investor, Box 1, caro; and a surer In your Ico bill.
Herald. JOHNSTONS FURNITURE CO.
FOUND A book of travelers checks i
In nnn nf thn mnehlVl YPSterdaV.
Call nt freight depot and Identify. 18
vnll TnAni? A rood colne
waro business on Main street, for
Incomo property. Mining Interests
Teasons for trading, lnqulro W. II.
It., Herald office. 28-31
Will nnv for Itself. No Ice. no wor-
try, no expense Woro tried out sue-hard-
I cesstully last season In Klamath Falls
ana aro guaranteed 10 givo musiao
tlon. Let us demonstrate them to you.
JOHNSTON FURNITURE CO.
FOR SALE Plastered 5-room now
house, ono block from pavement
For any one contemplating tho
Quick sale, $1350'; small paymont, I erection of a storo building. It would
loss for cash, mono 370 or &&m
WANTED By enrpentor, now or ro,
pair work. Services reasonable.
Phono or call York Cafo. F. E. P.
WANTED Ford, not older than 17
model. No Junk, no dealors. Must
be bargain for cash. Howard, Super
ior Laundry. 27-3
I I !
FOR BALE dar fenco posts. 30c
delivered In Klamath Falls. Klam
ath Cash Grocery, 27-31
DRBSSMAK1NO First class work.
. Mr. Jefferson, No. 2 Main Street,
WANTED Horses to pasture. C. J.
Bradbury, ono mllo cast Wilson
LOST Guitar, between Topsy grade
''and Keno. Finder please return to
633 Main St. Liberal reward. 27-31
Trucking Job wanted. Call 235 J.
WANTED Woman cook
FOR TRADE Maxwell touring car.
Consider 'good vacant lots or equi
ty la small house. Phono 446. 27-31
Via In limit. lntnriat In rnll nt K8
Main street, An cntlro storo front nt
a bargain price. Hurry! 25-31
GUARANTEED AUTO BARGAINS
' 1 1918 Dodge
1 1920 Special '
1 191S Bulck
now car, guaranteed.
Four now cord. (Ires,
1 1920 Bulck
A real bargain.
Run only 1600 miles
BUICK SALES & SERVICE CO.
7th and Klanuitli Avcnuo
FOR SALE Two lots, close In. on
payments. Ono a corner lot. Price
1650.00 and $850. J. D., Herald.
CITY GARBAGE When you want
gnrbngo r?movHl. mil 10123.
FOR SALE: Used not abused 1920
Chovrelct: ono ton truck. First
tlass condition. A real buy. Central
W.-M; zl MA,N ST
HtVlf tf CA'
$1.25 TO $2.50
27 MAIN ST.
years, according to tho rounty nu
thorltlles. Mrs. Kllno had been nn In
mate of tho county farm for several
At the Theaters
"Tho Chlckon In tho Case" with
Owen Moore Is another of his delight
ful comedy chnractorlznttons will bo
tho featuro photoplay attraction nt
tho Star Theatro today and tho pat
rons of this theatre who will nttcml
may safely anticipate n merry even
ing. Tho story Is one that has been con
structed for comedy purposes only,
and It would not bo strange If it
nchleved as groat a voguo as did
"Charley's Aunt" somo years ago. It's
all about a young man, who, In or
der to secure an Inheritance, pretends
he Is married; tho wlfo of his pal,
Percy Jones, being "tho chicken In
tho case." Tho efforts of tho young
man to keep up the deception and tho
strenuous efforts of his Aunt Sarah,
wno minus mo young coupic aro do
Coming estranged through n bold In
terloper, who Is really tho young
wlfo's own husband, creato n series
of comedy situations that would bring
a smllo to tho stolid face ot tho
who Is bad tempered ,nml for reason.
You remember, don't you, thn hard
life (linger had torn from hor mo
ther whon sho was a baby? Cruelly
"broken In?" Mado to w-k botoro
legs or back woro strong onouKh?
An Morrylegs Is thero. Morrylegs
tho amlablo and gossipy Shotland. 0,
they're nit there, horse., grooms,
No attempt, thami goodness, was
mado to modornlto tho story. Ho
quaint old sets, and costumes of n
bygone day add to tho plcturo's
charm and ninlntaln tho story ntmov
phero. Tho Bcvnory Is bvnutltul.
As to tho acting It could not
have been better. Tho plajcrs nro ad
I Just lovo to think how you'ro go
ing to lovo to sco "Illack Beauty'"
Got results by using class adi.
howincjr at bfie
Owen Moore in
thr CHICKEN IN THE CASE"
Btov.i IVrklns llttln .lrrn1111.1l lmt would hPP"
when hq told his Aunt Hurnh Ho was marrlm . Mm
rnn't boKln to Imaglno lh nidi, PlUlIng situations In
this hilarious fun film Oh! what 11 night
It contains oven more laughs than tho recent com
cdy hit. "Poor HI nip."
, Ethel Clayton in
"THE SINS OF ROSANNE"
Nu Bone corsets "made to your
measure, guaranteed. Roso Randall,
521 Jefferson St. Phono 260J. 26-2
1 OREGON BREVITIES
SALEM, May 31. The request of
certain large lumber companies In
Eastern Oregon for a reduction in
their rates of contribution to the
workmen's compensation fund was
denied by tbo Industrial accident
SALEM, May 31. Reductions ag
gregating an annual saving of ap
proximately $300,000 to gas consum
ers of Portland Gas and Coke com
pany will bo made effective Juno 6
through an order Issued hero by tho
Oregon public service commission.
MEDFORD. May 31. Sheriff Ter
rill. In a public statomont demanded
that Dr. E. J. Bulgln, who Is holding
evangelistic meetings hero, glvo evi
dence to support his recent charges
that Jackson county has a "no-account"
purpose of handling the Immense
amount of business and arrange
montu to be mado for tho American
Legion stato convention, which con
venes here on July 1 and 2, was au
thorized at tho meeting of tho execu
tive committee of Lane county post
PORTLAND, May 31. Plans for
tho 4925 exposition can now go for
ward and the affair can bo worked
out on tho original world-wide scope
Intended, according to announcement
of Julius L. Meier, chairman of the
exposition board, -who expressed sat
isfaction that Boston had been elimi
nated as a possible rival.
PORTLAND, May 31 Tho schools
ot Sheridan county rank first In effi
ciency In a comparison of educational
and financial factors covering a pcr
lod of six years, compiled by J. A.
Churchill, state superintendent of
public Instruction. Multnomah county
ranks second and Morrow third.
PORTLAND, May 31. Whllo bus
Inesa conditions In general aro on the
upgrade, thero aro some Industries in
tho country that still feel the effect
ot readjustment anil aro coming out
of their unfavorable conditions slow
ly, according to A. L. Milts, president
of tho First National Bank, who re
turned recently from Washington, D.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 31. The
aid of volunteer workers of tho State
Law Enforcement League has been
accepted by W. A. Kelley, federal
prohibition supervising agent for tho
Patlfic Coast, to strengthen his staff
during the present shortage of men,
it was stated by Kelly.
WEED, May 31. Tho Weed Lum
ber company has abandoned for this
.year the project of building tho town
of Gardner on Antelope creek, near
Bray. Business conditions caused it
to abandon the undertaking for this
LOS ANGELES, May 31. Mrs.
Morlem S. Kline said to havo been
tbo oldest person In California, died
at the county hospital here, aged 110
Lives nono of us, I reckon, with
memory so dead that wo cannot re
calt somo dear old day, "away back
whon." with Anne Sowotl's "Black
Beauty" and a few apples or a hind ,
full of cookies, wo mado ourselves
scarco In tho attic of tho roomy cor
ner of tho old sofa and betwixt tears!
I and crumbs, read, and read, and read
1 rinr..i ni.i "niack Beauty!" And now
it's a picture!
If tbo picture had been a bad ono
or oven a me'diocro one. It would
havo been hard to forglvo tho produc-
,-. n.ii 11 in. am It stands, such a
.. - --
beautiful and loyal trlbuto to tho
loved old story that Vltagraph do
serves both pralso and thanks. Mr.
and Mrs. George Randolph Chester,
who adapted tho talo to screen needs,
havo turned out a masterpiece
Of course, as tho subtitles Inform
you, a horse can only know tho part
of a story that takes placo outsldo the
houso. So, begging Miss Sewell's par
don, the Chesters draw aside tho por
tiers and reveal to you tho mellow
and melodramatic romanco of tho
Gordons and, Btomofleld Into whoso
lives tho evil Jack Beckett brought
"Black Beauty," you remember,
belonged at various stages of his ex
istence to both families. They havo
let him tell you tho story Just as ho
does In tho book, sympathetically
bringing In his life history whllo ho
It was necoasary to procure thrco
horses to portray "Black Beauty."
Thero was a colt, a yoarllng, and a
four year old. Then there Is tho
highly strung and unhappy Qlngcr
All prices on -wood aro
Prices aro away down, buy
Green Slnb. Cord ... 13.50
Illock-Wood Dbl. Load .. 8.00
Dry Slab 4ft. yd 3.00
Dry Blnb 16 In, yd 4.00
Dry Slab 16 In. Dold' .... 0.00
Buy Now, Terms, Cash
"WOOD TO BURN"
O. Peyton & Co.
O. PEYTON W. PBYTON
419 Main Phono 515
CUarloa Prohman'H famuu plnr
Starring darling Allco Joyce
Anna M. Bowells master classic
Thn story wo loved yearn ago
and now In pictures It Is iivcn bt
tur. You will lovo 11
Special for children-
"Black Ileauty" Is nnn of tho
flni'Ht and most expmislvo pictures
that ovor camo to our city. Hut
when n boy I lovod this story and
now that 1 havo tho plcluru I am
going to maVn It posslblo for ovory
child In Klamath FalU to soo
"lllnck Beauty ' Tho prlco will bo
higher than usual for tho grown
ups becnuso of tho cost of thn pic
turn but nt four o'clock Wednes
day afternoon ovory child under
sixteen years of ago can soo "Illack
Beauty" for flvo ennts. Ilomombor
th dny and tlmo- Four o'clock
Wednesday afternoon and a nlckln
admits every child. II. W. P.
SALEM, May 31. Citizens of Ore
gon aro urged by Governor Olcott, In
a statement to tho press, to Join in
tbo move to mako tho conditions of
disabled soldiers bettor and more liv
able during national "Disabled Sol
Hers' " week, starting May 29,
BUOBNR. May 81. The opening
tf a pormsnont office by the state
legion convention commltto for the
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