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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
i MATH FALL joins in the national demonstration of the better motion pictures
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1 COME IN - IT'S B
I Paramount 1
MEXT WEEK is Paramount Week the
greatest days and nights of entertainment
since the day when you saw your first circus.
It's the fourth annual Paramount
Week at that : and when anything hap
pens four annu.il tltnctf in, the motion
picture world you can wcger there's
value then, in thrills and laughs and
all the' marvelous sensations you get
when you see a Paramount Picture
Nothing lees than a national screen
carnival that's what Paramount
Week is I
The greatest talent of the entire world
prepares it for you I Paramount
writers, actors and directors in Cali
fornia, New York and London the
largest organisation in filmdom, which
works on a scale so huge and so suc
cessful as to supply more than 11,200
theatres in U. S. A. alcntrwilh their
photoplays year in, your out.
In Paramount Wtk jou all lh bMt
Paramount acl)Uvunms of Iho jor, Iha,
graatut to at.
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art of tha acratn, tucb ara tha alriklnr Ini
provamtnta tvtty yaar, that tha aaaaon 1911-22
wilt brinf you aansatlonaj Improvamtnta In
Paramount Plcturaa, graatlj outdliunclnc all
Improvcmanta In all thoaa vital dataila of
a photoplay which maka your braath ccma
qulcktr, and your j ahina brighur.
And youll dadarc
"TAafa tha baat ahow In town I"
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At all these theatres, all next week Paramount Pictures will be shown
September 4th and 5 th "BREWSTER'S MILLIONS" with Roscoe Arbuckle
6th and 7th-."WHAT'S WORTH WHILE" with Claire Winsor
8th "THE PRICE OF POSSESSION" with Ethel Clayton
9th and 10th--"THE INSIDE OF THE CUP" with Wm. P. Carleton
FALL RIVER MILLS PARAMOUNT
M'CLOUD OPERA HOUSE
MONTAGUE PRATHER'S '
ETNA MILLS PHOTOPLAY
Jaafe anf Mrs. D. V. Knykeadall
aaa sorm. John, Bill and Vernon.
aurlTed home last sight from a
aioatli's motor trip to Creteent City
' Richard K. Hannon Is In town
this week-end preparatory to taking
ap bis duties as principal of the
Miss Mary Craig arrlred last night
from Knob Nosty, Missouri, and will
Teeame her position as a teacher In
the high school.
Miss Helen Elliott of Berkeley
who Is to teach In the city schools
arriTed on last night's train and 'Is
raalatsred at the White Pelican ho
James Perry. George Kite, Bob
Jjnlsk and Winn Southwell will
leare tonight for Diamond lake and
lass mountain to spond two days
a a eamplng trip. '
B. A. Alford accompanied by his
stater, Mrs. L. F. WlllltU .left
this morning by automobile for
Taleat where Mrs. Wlllltts will re
main for ten days. Mr. Alford will
go on to California points where
he will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brockonbrougb
left this morning for Crater lake
and Medford. They will be Joined
by Mr. and Mrs. Potor A. Albertaon
In Medford, who will leave here
Miss Anita Lawrence is spending
a few days Is town from her home
Mr. Edward Weeton states that he
will leave for a visit to Dea Moines,
Jowa, Saturday September 10. Mr.
Weston will go to Los Angeles then
via the Santa Fe to Denver' v and
Omaha, then to Dos Moines. He ex
pects to be gone about a month. '
Miss Lois Sailor departod this
morning for Salt Lake city where
she will make arrangements for at
tending the University of Utah. Miss
Pallor Is a graduate of the Klamath
eounty high school and her depart
sr for Utah caused the regret of
her many friends .here.
Miss Nan Siemens, who has been
aare , for ,, the, summer with, her
guardian, Captain J. W. l.meaf,
left this morning for her home In
Mrs. H. J. Turner and small ton
were passengers on this morning's
outgoing train bound for Portland.
Mrs. Turner has been hore tbls
summer visiting her son, Alfred Cas
te!, at Fort Klamath.
J. M. Martin is a city business vis
itor here this week-end from Port
land. Frank Qlover is registered at the
White Pelican hotel today from
Potland, Oregon, having arrived on
last night's train.
D. M. McLemore and Luke E.
Walker' left this morning for Lake
view 'for tho round-up. They ex
pect to see all tho races and most
of the bucking contests, they re
ported this morning before leaving,
Ernest H. Lister wife and daugh
ter. Helen, snd Miss Lida Flfleld all
of Orants Pass, drove through Kla
math Falls this morning on their
way to Crater lake.
L A. Whitney, watarmaster for
the U. 8. It. S wbo resides op a
farm on the Merrill road was a city
visitor yesterday attending to busi
O. Q. Johnston wm leave this
afternoon .for Recreation creek
where he will join Mrs. Johnston
for tho next fow days, at their sum
mer home on the creek.
Miss Meta Chastaln left this morn
ing for Weed where sbe will spend
tho fortnight as the bouse guest
of Mr. ssd Mrs. Rax McMillan.
Monday evenlny Miss Ilutb Lin
sey entertained for her brother, Vern
on Llnsoy on bis tworty-flrst birth
day .with a surpriae party. A number
of friends camo in for tho oYcn'lng
andto help celobrato tho occasion.
Tboy were: Misses Eva Jenkins, Inos
Jonklns, Mary Jonklns, Myler Calk
Ins, Teddy Durbln, Bcsslo Tuil, Qrota
Madison, Marie Obonchaln, Vail,
COOLEST THEATRE Df TOWN
Formerly the Momdale
1180 Mala St,
The little bouse with big shows.
Rex Beach Alaskan
The greatest-Alaskan plcturo ever
roaae in me nisiory or. moving pic
tures and the Plctur -that made
WILLIAM FARNUM. Also tho
greatest fight In this picture over
put on the screen. This Is a brand
new Issuo of "THE HIHHLKIIH,"
9 full reels. Don't miss It. Contin
uous show 'Sunday starts at 1 p. m.
ON UPPER KLAMATH LAKE
Auspices Central Labor Council
MONDAY, SEPT. 5TH.
Barge will leave at 9:30 a. m, and
11:30 a. m. from Wickstrom's landing,
Monday,' September 5th, ' Transportation
free on both barge and bus. Bus leaves
Central Hotel at 9: IS and 11:15 o. m.
Special music to be arranged. Coffee will
be served free Bring your cups, DANC
ING ON BARGE.
Rev. Trimble and Rev. Marshall will speak.
fCars can get to Baker's .Point by turning to
right on West Main and going past
Cal. Ore. Power Co. Station.
COME EVERYBODY WELCOME COME
Clover and Marguerite Llnsoy, Mea
dames L. Llnsey, Jack Herschberger.
Kay Hunsakor, Messrs. Kenneth
Meyers, Robert Cornish, Perry Wil
son, Vernon Linsey, CI I ford Ilogue,
Oeorge Stevenson, Dslos Mills and
Mrs. Charles Martin was hostess
at a luncheon honoring Miss Cpu
stanco Scballock, Friday of last weak
at tho 8. K. Martin homo. Aftor
lunchoon the guosts and hostess at
tended the matlnoo. A list of the
gueats follews: Miss Scballock, Zapha
and Jean noger Tblrza andlfclon
Andorson of Merrill, Edna Dunbar,
Dorothy Dunham and EUa Maseey.
Mrs. Leslie Rogers and Mrs. O. W.
Robertson will be boetessea next
Tuesday afternoon for tbe KUpi
ladle's elub. ThU afternoon 'tjfl
mark the opening of club activities
for tho fall and winter and the host
esses roquest all Elks wives to attssa
and If tho have friends visiting them
tbey will also be welcome at the
Tomple on Tuesday."
THY THE. NEW REX for roar Boa.
day dlnnor Including U fried
Fruit Canning Time
Last of Peaches
A carload of Alberta Peaches,
Bartlett Pears', Italian Prunes,. and
Tomatoes from Rogue River will be
All Grocers Will Have
x Them on Sale; T
This is the last of the Peaches
and your last opportunity to, get
them for 'canning, so order from
your grocer now. ,