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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
WKDNEBDAV, JUNK M, tOft'J
Cut I N'dwlmij, son of Mix. W A
.Iniit'n, In lirro from Modfurd fm n
1 1 r I c f Melt liimloUK In koIiir on lo
t'rnlor lake wUiw ho expert ti
HpCIIll IllU SlIllWH't.
('. II. Piiilrnuxnl, of rmlei wood's
jiluiriniicy, loft Inst nlRlit In 111 uir
for Ashlnnd. lit- expects to return
Home time todnv.
Mr. nnd Mi", l.ouln lloaland
rondo ii trip to Unrrls lint nlKlil for
tin' piirpocu of ntti'lidllip In business
Alex Shlvo came In on the Kirk
train this inurnliiR.
Air. nml Mrs. J. U fnil. .lr , prom
inent Snn Francisco folk, nr giie'ls
nt the While Tollran hotel thin week
Mr nml Mrn l.exl McDonald nml
ilntiRhtPr, .loan, accompanied by
l.i'tha Humphrey, who hn been vis
ItliiR Miss Jean, came Into town this
afternoon from the MrDonnlld ranch
In I .angel I nlley.
I.cwh Fankoy arrived In town to
day fiotn IiH ranch at Yalnnx for
I lie purpose of purchasing supplies
nnd nltendlnB to other matters of
Ij. A. Richardson was n count)
rent visitor this morning from Illy.
Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Collier were
(Ii) buAlness visitors yesterday from
their rniicli-liomn near Illy.
A marrlaKO Urense was Issued
jeslerday by tlnHnunly clerk to 1M
ward llalr nnd Mls Irmn Meer.
Ilnlr Ko rnnrher on the Merrill road
nnd his prospectho bride Is n nurse
An exposition. In search of Dla-j
mnnd lake trout. got underway this
'I III .s I KAMI
' Woman s M,m 1" the title or the
plituii that "ill be seen nt the Stiiind
tlie.it i tonight. Homaliiu Fielding
star In this plctuto mid It Is bis fht
plctute since hi- dlM-luirso from the
During tho war. llomalne Kidding
was ronneiied with the coxernmeiit
orlce enllttng us n lieutenant He
was dlMhargod at the end of the war I
as Lieutenant Colonel During his
sitWco of .1 little less than two ears, j
Mr Fielding was Instrumental lu
helping to end the war. i
In - Woman's Man." Itomalne
Fielding has M'lecte.l a fit ehlcle In
which to return to the screen. His
last picture preilous lo his entering
the serxlce was Kor tho Freedom,
of the World." a Cioldwjn picture '
Mr Fielding wrote tho scenario for
tills picture anu piajni me ifiiiiiui,
New faces appear among tho play.'
era In II. W. (Srlfflth's First Nation-1
al attraction. "The Idol Dancer," ap-j
.....-I- . at... (?. ili.titrn Thnral
iviilliK in iii- ri.i ... .-.!
ltlchard Ilarlhelnics, tho young
man whom (Irlffl'li dovlored In aj
few months Into one of tho scroai's
most effective player, appears as the
11 each comber, a role donundlng drn-j
matte resources of the dlstlnrtlv na
ture llarthelmess juisspses
Citrine Seymour, who Ins taken
Important parts In several recent
ttrlffith productions, plays the pirt
..... . . I '
morning when hvcrett iiaruenurooK.- ()f a hajf FTlnch half jaxaneje beau-
Nea Dnrliln. Hill Micneim ami
Mln ttftlialnn 1nf lOWtl abOUt S
o'clock wlthWlr camplnR equipment
ami tho Intention of spending three
da)S nt tho lake.
Let Ileatlo wus In ilty xvster-
day from hi liotnn at "Oregon city.
. T. L. Snook of Chlloiinln nrrixed
In town last night from Portland
xvhero ho attended the ltoe Kestlxal.
Jesse Italley, one time well-known
Klamath business man. I in town
today from Hilt. California.
A. I). Short, manager nf the White
rcllrun hotel, nnd Hill Ie nccompnn-
leil by a party nf friends left this
morning for Crater lake.
Mrs. KeoriCH Tuhon
daucliter were passetiRers
mnrnlng's nulgidng train, bound for
(lustuv I.. Helmalin and (Ikii. Oar
recht. iircompanleil by his son. ar
ched hero last night by motor from
Portland xla the (Irifii prluRf moun
tain road, en nuito to Crater lake.
They will remain hire a few days.
Itelmann has heuxy property Inter
ehis hero nn U very optimistic oxer
the future of Klamath Kails. Gar
recht la u horticulturist and Is In
terested In tho possibilities for rais
ing flowers here.
HIGH SCHOOL ANNUALS
' Students will please call for their
copies of tho annual at county clerks
office or O. Peyton & Co. Extra
copies also for sale to anyone at
1'S Iluslness Mgr.
Hrunswlck Phonographs play any
make of record without attachments.
Currln says so. 28
k soul stirring story
of human heartf
Spiilal I'iIci'b for
"OVER THE HILL"
("lilldmi i IS M-iitK
AiIiiHh IS cents
Clillilrs'it lift tentM
AdultM 55 ceiit
ty, slender. Impulsive, tempestuous
with the vividness of the tropics,
She dresses like the natives but Is
not of them, and her trie idslilp with
the beachcomber and'the New Eng
land .xoulh develops Into Sh" perplx
Ity of growing lovo or one or the
The blggiht thrill since the Ice
scene In "Way Down East" Is seen
In "Atlas Phil Kennedy." the fast
moving welern which i nines to the
Libert) theatre today Hill Pattrn. n
new tpe of western daredevil, as the
title character, rescue tho heroine
right ut the hrlnk of a waterfall in
ii scene which will nuke aiull"iiCe
gasp. Dixie Uimont pliix tho girl-,
At another point In tho fflm, he 's,
pursuing the xlllaln, who Is speed
ing In a motor car towards the rail
road and escape l'.itton. on horn' ,
back, is being outdistanced by Ih-'i
car. when ho rails on nerve and stra-'
legr to help hlui. The road takes a
LET US TUNE YOU UP FOR THE 4TH
You'll hardly want to be in discord for
the Fourth of July in apparel.
You wont want to be off the style key
in model or pattern for your Fourth of
You'll want to tone up to quality and
We are ready to help you make your
correct selection for your complete Fourth
of July outfit.
"I AINT MAD AT NOBODY "
This Store will be open Monday evening until 8 p. m.
Closed all day Tuesday the 4th
HjPH IrJ 111 T ' fL
I WATEIK-Eldorly lady for gene
I house work. .Small family. Cu
j home. Call i;il
Phono (..:. It.
sharp hair-pin turn, doubling 'n It-( KOIt KENT Knur room unfurnished
self around a spur of mountain. Lu';rP.artmcn, ,313 Ma,n ,8lf.,3o.UP'
Patton waited on n ledge, h hun
dred feet over the road, for the rue
Ing car to appear. He balanced,
Judged time and distance, and drop
ped. A false calculation would have
meant death or serious Injury. Hut
he landed on the tonncau of the car,
grappled with the villain, and sub
dued him after a sharp tussle.
' Wo have, soaps for ex'ery purse anil
purpose. Currin's for drugs. 28
IlKCItt'ITINO OFFICEIl HEItE
Lieutenant James F. Powell, re
cruiting officer for the citizens'
military training ramp to bo con
ducted at Camp Lewis from July
27 to August 25, has returned here
and will be at the White Pelican
ihotel until tomorrow. The time
limit for applications has been ad
vanced to July 1, and applications
may be cancelled xbould applicants
find It Impossible to attend, Lieu
tenant Powell said. Alt expenses
In connection with the encampment
are paid by the government, and
no military obligation Is Incurred.
K. C. and Christians
Play Another Tie Game,
The next best thing If you haven't
a Hrunswlck Is Hrunswlck llecords
on tho phonograph )ou have. Currln
says so. 28
LOST Carrier No. 5 collection book.
Please return to lleralil office 2S
FOK RKNT C room modern houss
Furnished, with garage. 1160
i Currin's sell standard brands of
l Vacuum bottles. Currin's ' for
Currin's sell Hrunswlck Phono
graphs on easy terms. Currin's) for
WANTKD Woman for housework
by thu hour. 121 N. 1 ith. 28-30
FOR RKNT Furnished Apis.. ' 4
largo rooms, bath, sleeping porch.
Lots of fresh air and light, close In.
Phono 273-W. 28-29
FOR SALE OR TRADE Chandler
"chumy" car. Perfect condition.
Phone 283 or s"7-J. 28-1
FOR SALE Cheap, 'food
Currin's sell Kversbarp
Currin's for drugs.
WANTED Men to work on mint
farm. $2 per day and board. Ap
ply Lawrenco Cigar Store. Pacific
Mint Co. 28-30
FOR SALE OR TRADE Will takit a
good car as first payment, on nlco
4 room furnished housit, might con
sider a good lot as payment. Melhy
Winters Jowelry Store. 28-1
Currin's sell Waterman Tountaln
Pens, Currin's for drugs. 2S
L03T On Sunday, Juno 25, between
Kesterson's camp and Dorrls a
man's pocketbook containing val
uable papers and pictures. Names
ion nancrs. Axel Taut nml Axel An-
Another game must bo played to''n. Please return to Lund's cuto
fcettlu tho respectlxe supremacy of 1
FOR RENT 2 sleeping rooms In
prlvato family, 88, lo. Ill Wal
FOR RENT Two housekeeping
rooms and one two room cottage.
Wood, wajter and light furnished.
1143 Pine. Call evenings. 29-1
Franzens candles are distinctly dif
ferent and distinctly better. Currln
says so. , -, 2R
Mil. I, (JIVE DEMONSTRATION
Miss Mary MU'iimh, who Is In thu
emptily of the extension department
of Oregon Agricultural college, will
demniistratn the milking of paper
dress forms nt Mt. likl on Friday,
June 20, nml nt Henley school
house on Saturday, July I. Tho la
dles will bring their lunches and sta '
all day Miss McComb hopes that
as many of the women of the com
munity as can will uttend the first
meeting ns her time Is limited.
DANCE TOMORROW NlfillT
Invitations have been Issued by
the lidles Elk club for a dancn lo
bo given nt tho pavilion on Klamath
avenue Thursday evening. Plans
are being made for an unusunlly
Hrunswlck danco hits havo tho
pep, pay on any phonograph. Cur
rin's for drugs. 28
(.'drrln's for drugs. Two stores,
Portland and Klamath Falls.
tho Chrlstlun and Knights of Coluiii. A Htore Is known by tho morchnn
bus baseball teams. Attoi'iptlng tojillso It sells. Our htoro Is known
play off h C to C tlo Monday night, I 'ho Quality drug store. Currin's
the game ended in (mother tie, 2 In 2. j for nruKH;f 2S
So equally matched aro tlm toiunsi-
that the pulyerM look forward with
keen interest to the next game.
Who Is jour ilruggUt? Ask your
doctor about us. Currin's for drugs.
Leave Klamath Falls 7:30 a. m.
MouUujh, Wednesdays und Fri
days from Union Stage office.
Arrive Bend 5:30 p. in. Re
turn next day.
Say It With
Whose birthday is today?
Klamath Flower Shop
834 Main Street
m' B uA K lh sTTT
rV v-f I k
i 'u ' IrV
Personal shopping has ad
vantages over . ordering
from the home. Some think
only of the trouble, but they
have a change of mind af
ter they try personal shop
ping, on account of the sav
ings. It's enjoyable,t bright
ens up the week like those
big red apples brighten up
the sideboard gives the
table a touch which the
home shopper misses.
122 S. Sixth St.
Everyone Likes It
Children I,ovc It, and Can't Oct Tpo
Much of It
Rich, Smooth, Creamy
Klamath Falls Creamery
WHERH EVKRTOODT GOM-
OH- OP THK II0DKIN80N VKATCMM
From the Arizona desert to New York Bociety
circles is a long jump, but this is exatly what will
happen in "Woman's Man" at the Strand Theatre
Jack Hoxie in "Hills of Hate"
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
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