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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
morning for Vrokn whero ho will ro
innln n few dn)'n before going oil lo
Sa Francisco. Mr Fell wilt ruturn
lioro lliu lint or thu muiitli,
A basket social ftr tho benefit of
tlio Henley school wilt bo liold Frl
ilny night Jtuu 4 nt tlui Hcliool
hmiso mid thoro will bo nit luirtlmt
of dressed clothes pins, contributed
by tliu Pnrent-Ttouchors nsHuclutlou
When you think of
The Honor Roll
Screen Doors and Window Screens
Made in Klamath Falls Products
When you think of
''Made in Klamath Falls Products
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E T F a
Mrs. James Kdsall left this mom
Ins for her homo ut HI). Mrs. Udsall
has been hero since Sunnny us the
guost of Mrs. J. N. aivnn. Mr. ami
Mrs. J. 11. Mitchell also of Illy, ro
turned to their linmc this morning.
Phillip Peters, of the Palace Krult
Market, left this morning for San
Francisco to spend several days on
business for his firm.
Two more Klamath county chick
ens have come home to roost and
they arc Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shlvc,
r - t ti i , t . .. I ..
v. . . . oi-mijii-r is nero irom ior- Springfield and Is hero to sco tho
rls on matters of business. I modernly equipped Pelican Ilay mill,
uuius femes was in rrom Ills ranch of which ho has heard much
Swan l.sko yesterday, - i oiler Martin was a bust
Al. Oraham left for San Francisco I tor from Men 111 josterdny.
yesterday by automobile to be gone a
couple of weeks on business.
I Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ovl McDonald are In
from their ranch at I.angell Valley
buying supplies and attending to
other business matters.
Miss lleulah Jnrvls of the Ameri
can National bank Is confined to her
home by Illness.
Chnrles Schuck and grandson,
who arrived hero lust night by auto-' Charles, have arrived here from
mobile from Monrovia, California,! Springfield, Illinois, to spend several
whero they havo been spending tho days looking over tho country. Sir.
winter. I Schuck Is tn tho lumber business In
Wo wish to nnnoufceo that our field representatives will bo in
Klamath Falls, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and 'will bo
pleased to call on you nnd explain tho Mcsan Art Ilugs which
aro woven from your old carpets and rugs.
MOSAN ART RUG CO. OF MEDFORD
of Fluff and nag, Ilugs.
Mrs. .Margaret Mooik Is here from
Uiiusmulr visiting with friends for u
Among the passengers on tho "it
tomobllo stage for Ashland nnd Mod
ford today wero A. Peterson and lko
Mrs. 1.. Swanson left this morning
for Klk, Mendocino county, Califor
nia, for an extended visit with
Miss Vivien Kellems arrived hcrc.'nml
last evonlng from Kugcno nnd will go. of tint Pled, Piper wore lilting thum
on to tho Agency today whero ntui is on
JMn things, plnythlngs
Horses nnd trumpets and gay I
I things; I
From tin" days of my utitli.
'WImmi fairies wero truth.
And ilolllcs seemed really to say
Memory of the rare-free dns out
in on hunt flat on tho grass In the
summer, or on thu -worn old sofa
In the chlriinuy corner In tho win
ter with "Utile Men' mid "I.lttln
Women." 'Mildred" ami "Dotty
Dimple," "Allco In Wonderland."
or. best of all "lllack Hoauly"
cume vividly back )etttorday after
noon with a trooping train of Joy
ut tho sight of nil tho youngsters
In town thoro might havo been
two or throo missing lined mi In
front of thu Liberty theatre for
the matineo performance of "lllack
Harry Poole threw open tho
doirs to tho children, on payment I
of a nlrklo each to cover war tax. i
they swnrmed as If tho pipes
Rowing at the
considering taking a position for the
C. H. Underwood. W. S. Wiley, Os
car Shlvo and Frank Ward drove to
Lakovlew today to bo gone socral
days on a business trip.
E. W. Wilkcrson Is in from Lorella
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Wolford aro
down from Yalnnx for a fow days at
tending to business and visiting with
Among tho out of town visitors
from Fort Klamath today arc Mr. nnd
Mrs. Win. K. Ilrown, Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. McOulltfo and son and K. H.
J. T. French, of San Francisco and
n. I). Kennedy, of Sacramento, both
representatives of tho Standard Oil
company, left this mornlng.for Cali
fornia, after spending the past week
They blocked the ' street and It
took n special policemen and sov-j
oral assistants 'to keep them In
llnu nnd from under tlm wheels of
tho traffic until they could all be1
gctten Inside) nnd seated. '
Hut there wore no mishaps audi
It was a worth while picture the,
same old story with an addltlcniil
cjiapter In whjch one of the great-!
est cross country race ocr film
ed furnished thrills ut the rate of
a thousand a second.
The theatre was crowded with
grown-ups for tho ovcnlng perform
nnco nnd tho general enjoyment
again proved the triteness of tho
old saying that "men nro but chil
dren of ii larger growth.
Thero will be another perform
ance of "lllack lleauty" this evening.
"WHAT HAPPENED TO ROSA"
Mabel Ncrraund, an overy motion picture follower
knows, Is In a diss by herself, and It's a mighty popu
lar class. Thai's why ve never overlook a Mabel Nor
mand picture This time It will be Mnbel Normand la
"What Hnppenod to Ilosa." And tako It from us, so
many things Happen to' hor that you will havo to her
savo your breath to keep up with her. Don't miss this
delectable comedy which will bo shown today only.
Ono of the greatest pictures of year at regular prices.
State High Prh!t
confcrlng with the local manage, 0 I '
a. Hniiwoii. 'Masons to Welco,ne
.Mr. ana airs, iccu uicnaruson, oi .
Phoenix, Arizona, havo arrived hero
to spend a couplo of months visiting
with Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr ,
and Mrs. G. K. Van Illper. I
Matt. Eagan of tho Algoma Lum
ber company, was a passenger for ,
Weed this morning where ho will re-'
main a couple of days on business.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
At The Liberty
Our record houses yes
terday proved that An
na Sewell's wonderful
"Autobiography of a
Horse," as told by
Black Beauty himself,
still holds first place in
the minds and hearts of
all kindly human be
ings. The story of the
most famous horse in
all literature is faithful
ly told in this picture,
which we show tonight
for the last time.
un a ru
Notices havo been sent out to all
members of Klumath Fulls Chaptur, j
II. A. M. No. 35, to be present Tues-,
day night nt tho Masonic Temple,!
109 Main street at 7:30 o'clock i
for tho purposo of greeting nnd
Mr .i m,. t uv Mn j.nhtin inf. welcoming F. W. Settlcmlor of
this morning for Sacramento to visit ;Woo,,for'' 0,rcKn' ta Kd high j
a month with relatives. ' ,wh l ,on h' aan"a' "Pc-
a K UnM.n wa. a nns.eneer for llon of "" lbo Chapters in tho ,
1'ortianu mis morning wncro no win i
ni.nrl .nvnr.il tlnVR nn liimlness. I
A. F. Palm, formerly with the h ' ,0 roK1",ar ""vocation of the
luuinui uiiu worn in ino royat arcn
degree will bo put on by High
Priest Sottlomlor, assisted by tho
! local High Priest ,L. L. Ilrownoll.
) Stato High Priest Sottlemlor has
already Inspected tho chapters of
Pendleton, Ilend and Is now nt
,I.akovl(rw, From thero ho will
Tho mooting Tufsday night will
Virgil Furnlturo company here, nnd
now a resident of Portland, who has
been hero visiting for sevcrnl duys,
left this morning for Sacramento.
Mrs. Oeorgo Ulrlch and son, Ho
land, left this morning for San Frnn
Cisco whero thoy will visit with
friends for a fow weoks
.. r.i n,i.w, nn.i co,no l0 thls clty ""! tn go to tho
daughter.' Kleanor. who have been en '" l" north"" "
visiting at tho homo of Mrs. Wug-, . " ,. , .
ner's parents, Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Iloyd ' ' 'ihaf " e ' l"1" .T1"
left this morning for Idaho, whero J'"'0" , ' B,rt'at P"PHon aro
they will visit with relatives for .jE" d, , -' .,0" i
turnout is expected ut tho teraplo
short while beforo going on to New
York to Join Mr. Wugnor. Mrs. Wag
nor will resume her musical studies
In Now York.
Josbph Kent nnd n. F. Murphy loft
this morning for San Francisco after
spending tho last week hero on busi
ness. Ml. a Allrn Trtln whn hno linnn vIr.
Itlng at tho homo of C. A. Falk nt ,or"oon, wl" c,on,luct 30 Scouts
Chllonuln. roturnod to hor homo ut "" " ,,,ko .t0 u, lava U''! n"l other
Tlnrtnlov till, mornlnc. ' 1Mac0!1 of in'cresi whore tho famous
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tlm V'WUUI" Ul lo wouoc war Hold
nntj uuttiiK iliU ItlUJUIl WUf.
Tllft Itnv Rfniiln ulll l.m.,n i...
gon has arrived hero to hold oorvLj for ,ho ,,, Snra ,,PCor uome8loa7
Boy Scouts Hike
To Lava Beds
Assistant Scout Master Starkey and
Cnpt. O. C. Applegnto tomorrow nf.
Archdeacon Van Water.i of
Kplscopal dlocesees of llastern Ors-J
Mrs. C. M, Schumachor was a pass
engor for Texum this morning wheru
sho will spend sovcral days visiting
Mrs. Grovor Roush, who has boon
visiting at the homo of her brother,
Matt. Kolin, loft this morning for
her home at Sisson. Mrs. Oeorgo Vic
key who has also been visiting at tho
Kohn homo returned to her home at
H. D, Mortenson, president of tho
Pollcan Hay Lumber company, left
this morning for Wood to be gone a
fow days on business.
C. V. Fell, auditor of the Callfor-nla-Oregon
Power company, left this
4 o'clock and camp ovornlght thoro
Saturday, u hlko will bo mado to
Cupt. Jack's stronghold 1C miles
away. Tho route then will Includo n
visit to Hoars Paw, Ico Cnvo, Mam
moth Cavo and other Interesting his
torical places. Cupt. Applegate will
act as locturor an this occasion and
'his fund of notes on tho roato will
bo accurato as ho served In tho Mo
I. O. O. V. KNTKHTAINKD
Tho Odd Fellows aro going to
havo an entertainment and dance
at their hall on Saturday ut 8:30
o'clock. A programmo has boon
preparod and a general good time
Everybody in Kltmath agrees
that Oil Development is the one
great hope; the one big chance for
profits and prosperity unbounded
for everybody this summer.
There arc three of these big
chances for this year. THE SIE
MENS WELL, THE CRATER
WELL AND THE NORTHERN
CALIFORNIA WELL. Each of
these companies have already spent
many thousands of dollars in actual
work and equipment, and must
spend thousands and thousands
Practically every dollar of this
money has been raised by the sale
of stock in Klamath Couny. Every
other dollar needed must be raised
in the same way.
The names of the public-spirited,
men and women who have contribu
ted this money and made this de
velopment work possible, should be
placed on THE HONOR ROLL and
full credit be given them for the
public good which, will accrue to
Klamath when oil is struck. This
would be a wonderful list; a list of
the real, progressive men and wom
en of Klamath County. All the live
ones, all the game ones and all the
lucky ones will be on that list.
Then there should be a LIST
OF SLACKERS. A list of the
business men, bankers, property
owners and farmers, who have tak
en no interest in Oil Development,
who have selfishly let Hheir neigh
bors, and their employees take all
the risk and make all the sacri
fices. This would be a wonderful list
A W M. ft M W
too. in it wouia oc the names
of all the Dead Ones, all the Tight
Wads, all the Pessimists, all the
Knockers, all the Crape-Hangers
and all the Kill-Joys in Klamath
There is some satisfaction in
considering the subject of these two
lists, and that is in the fact that the
Slackers wouldn't get any of the
profits which will be made in Oil
Stocks when a gusher comes in.
DON'T BE A SLACKER.
GET ON THE HONOR ROLL.
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-622 Main Street
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