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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
vuv.nt: KVKIIYIIODV OK8-
iiohk ov inrc iioiiKixaoN i'katukkh
Big Double Bill
'Admission 10c and 20c
Show Starts at G:30
nrro n twenly-tiro mile untidy
ilt'ort to Wood. ThU hot aml l
not vory ln UIur to tourUH com
Ihr from I ho south during our
lummcr tnurUt season. During the
winter tho high elpvntlon will block I
llio road with now al the Orecn
Sprlnn ro.iil In tho winter time.
Tho road has no scenery n com
pired to the rler road, however,
there are two point"? of Interest
which should he made accessible
j uIoiik the Wood road. They are
the lav i caves, three mile from
I Yellow Hullo or Holaney, and the
Ice caves In Hullo alley These
jr.. wonderful ap(nsu(rlnp; places
' nil. I the Klamath rails-Weed IiIrIi
wa cm easily lo routed rlRbf b
1 their dorrs aa It were
The road has not the commer
cial alne as the Klamath river
road, because of the distance andl
j because the products of Klamath
Kails ami weeii are fthf same.
Newest Evening Gown
SAWMILL LEAGUE -,
TO f STAGE FIRST
, . GAME ON. SUNDAY
At the LIBERTY Today
The Story lhat "Undo tho Whole World Laugh
"A CONNECTICUT YANKEE"
In King Arthur's Court
A RlJle-RpllttiiiR ct.inily Uy Americas Master of Sttlre -Samuel
I. C'loienn (Mark Tttiilni
SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN
It Is my tieslm that eer child In the citv m-o this picture.
In order that this may beposIb)e tho matlnJ-e prlc, for ihlldn-n
will tin hel.l at TUN I'BNTS The veiiliiR prlc,. for children Is
twentymo cent for A CONNECTICM'T YANKKB II W'A)
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS SHOW ONLY
Matinees Children - ... ' -10 cents
Adult? r ... 35 cents
Evenings Children 25 cents
Adult-, 53 cents
I The Weed road will not hrInK the
tourists It will not brluR iid)oih
j from the north for obuous rea
sons It will not set the Califor
nia tourists who to mold the heat
of the San Joaquin and Sacramento
' alle will travol up tho toast
liiKhwa) to the Klamath riser high-
J) or to Crescent City From
Crescent City tourists III take the
highway to Cr.mt'f 1'as.s uud
Crater Lake or tliey will come up
the Klamath to Monlbrook and k
' to Crater l.ake by Medford
Krom tho fact that thn Klamath
t Kails-Weed road Is not an all-wln-j
ter road, that It will hae heavy
KMdes mer a high Kummlt, that It
will not net the mnjorlty of the
tourlt. that It Is comparatively
I without fcenery; that It crosses a
desert; that It will not be a com
merclal ariery; that you can only
J trae one way on It south; and
I that It Is of no military Importance
J should lead us to hold fast to thu
I road that has net theo objections,
1 namely, tho Klamath river blxhway
A A. SOULE.
nasehall fans Sunday will wit
ness the first (tamo ataged by the
leaguo recently orgiynliod b) local
lumber company employes. Tho
KUmnth Lumber ft Hot company
'and Pelican Hay Lumber compau)
teama will cross bats on the Pell
can company' field at J -so
Thn follow Inn Sunriiy three
Kames will bo played and thiee
each follow InR Sunday. accordlnR
to tho pretcnt ttchedule,
.Members of thn leaRtie now
are: I.amm Lumber romniny. Al-
gonia Lumber company, Pelican llsy
'Lumber company. Klamalh Lum
ber A llox company, nnd the Chel
'sea and Shaw-llertram plants rom
Their Trip Wat Ruined
Just Because of a Dog
I 1 jllyJ filt! di T
(MCCAIH fy j
LONDON- I'or week-end irlpa Into
(he country I be London woman Is
wearing a trim little null or Kiilmi
dine In Ian or nnv. Kancy hrald
ciliU iiml NplruU add a drossy effect
lo bolh coat and nklrt. The coilt
iiimnI be of the coalep typo and If
fiiHli'iiid ot all It la held loKelher
ihiU b n pulr of Hllk loupM or n Iiih
mded cord The conlie, of rniinu',
flares bach smartly to reveal a crepe
de ihlno walsleoat IiIoumh In mine
brlRlit color or In the nluide of tin
mii It hut ornnmeuled with bit nf
Tho newest ivcnlnc town W
draiitd tunic of laco covering
etralcht and iovnly plain tll ef
nitat cloth tltver. cclJ or tbadrl
faintly with orchid, row or Wu
A hat with a broken brim Is the
hnlRht of chic TrlmmliiK perch
oxer and under the break, which ma
h n mere Itidentulloit or n fairly wide
Rip In thn latter case thn Rap Is
filled In with flowers, leathern or
ilhbon rosettes If the hat Is wide
nnd with mi unbroken brim. It mum
miriow Hhurpl) In front and imi k
Crluole lints retain their popularll).
thoiiRh for town wear the hat of
crlnklid Milln Is the newest
STAR THEATRE TODAY
TODAY AND SATURDAY
Wallace Rcid and ElsieFerBUion in
" FOREVER "
Based on the Novel, "Peter Ibbetson"
Theso two prcat atn In one picture unure.s ou of a production
that Ik all lhat ou liuo ever ilroimwl that a picture shoulj b
Told In intbralllnK ftLtlra end scenes of UIep beauty Alo
JIOSTi: IIANK IN" "I'ltlll AMI"
Ketsedever Ilrotbra aro erecting
a derrick In preparation for well
drllllnR operations. They expect to
drill 500 feet.
-Mr and Mrs. Fred llaRelstlen
have returned frrm (IrantH Pass
where thoy were lsltluR friends.
Several Reed catches of fish have
been mado In Man lay aprlnps -with
fly honks during the past week.
ino. Calif, July H The famll)
dog played havoc with a pleasuro trip
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles A Hussell were
making to Murtlnct by automobile
When they wcro. near Orland their
pet dog Jumped from the car nnd
was struck by a passing maihlue
and knocked 1!U feet hack toward
Husseli rushed to tho doR'n aid.
and as ho plrke.1 him up be was
bitten In tho hunt for bis pains
Mrs. ItUMell trle to lend assist
anco to tho suffering iIor and he
was bitten In tho foot.
Finally .Air. and Mrs Itussell calm
ed their dog go thny could pick It
up and motor on tp Orland There
Mr. und Mrs. RusseTT received atten-
I tlon for their wouiufs. Then they
concluded to motor back to Igo
and put off their pleasure trip to
Matrlnez to a moro convenient time
Letters from (he People
Trj ('runitmotliT's OI Favori'e
Ile Ipr of Sugr Tra
' '.ly Lumber Co, will have a hlgh
,vay built butween their two places,
'which will bring the road from
Ved lo Hray I)frrls will eo to
hailnn It built uiroiw Unite valley Almost every one knows that Sago
to state line and w can eaully Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ronut from b-ro via Midland to "-hTi b"k "" nau'ra.' r.0,r n.d
E, T. Iloatman, who has had n
largo eiperlenco In some of the, most
up-to-date shoo stores In Portland,
Oregon, attti who Is a gentleman nf
pleasing personality, Is now with J.
K. Enders & Co. In the shoe depart
ment H-:o Inc
Mrs. A. C. Bunnell visited Mrs.
MH C. V. Iwls spmt Sunday
with Mrs. Fred Stephenson, who Is
Mra. Ray of Kirk, and her brother,
Mr. Ilooth, am xlsltlng at A C. Bun
Clydo Bradley Is out at his ranch
helping put up hay.
Samuel Reevo of Oakland. Cal..
Wsltod bis uncle, A. C. Bunnell, last
Mrs. C. U. Klger took Mrs. J. I.
Enman, Miss Agnes Enman and Mm.
S. E. Enman to the club meeting al
Mrs. Wobbles' Thursday afternoon.
Henry Seinon and family vlnlud
iciaM.vni mvi.it '.viov
roiiiiori iriini niru yiii .n.iian.. ... ., , ,i, i.,,. i, ,.,... .. t,
A wator Kradf road a-oi.g Lie norri Tar tbl reason nnd lo oh-1 ,,, or ray . yPar. aic0 .,UH onty way
itrlh bank of Klanutii river lo lan the ljlle California hlRbway to ft this mixture was to makn It jeM Johnson ami. family Sunday
the state lln Is c..., a l.,g o.,.' ,h road .houlj be built , nthom. which la ""7J c w M , ;
dorful protpect for K.at.uth county, , a. ,., ..Ua-hantaRCs. and ; ffi$iJ$l l"3 jjlson put up hay.
that it rniust not be forxotteii in the Klamalh rUr rum must sulphur Compound." you will get a Henry Semon has. bought t
our rush far tho KUuiaUi We1 nveutna'lly ho built ami stejH must large bottlo of this famous old reclpn, Harry Telford placn
lufihuay. Some of the adant um, b,. taken right now to Insure lis Improved by the addition of other In- '
..... . . . .... ... . . . . iffeil ruts, at a small cost. I
ofc tnis scenic, commercial. o. nnnr. The Wed roan Is ni.out ." 0I1.t ,a,. Rra).j Try ,t. Noone fan' W appeal to tho dlscrlmlnatli.R
military, inguw-ay uown mo iviam- 3D rr lo miles lon. u compireit possibly tell that ou darkened your
ath river a few mlltw wh-ru we to about half that dlstanco down hair, as It doei It so naturally and
can go north or xoulh or even to the Klamath to the Pacific hlgh-,!"" V"", dampen a lone or soft
,ii di.ii ,... i ..hi .i ' rr., ti- i brush with It and draw this through
he Pacific ocean I will .take up, way. The U...I rojRoes over ui)ntlr hari ,akr)B onn Bma 8,rand
'8,'f- summit over five thousand feet . at a time; by morning thH gray bnlr
Thn Klamath ViI hlRhway wulhlRli-a thousand fet higher than disappears, and after another appllca
can fiit cheaply as It Is likely tint I the Siskiyou mountains It then,'10"01",1,? yr,u.j?,a'rJ)rr?.mril,i?Utl'
f.M.I i.M.n, niun Mlf M.t.h...V.
public of Klamath Falls and Klum
math county, who appreciate a per
fect fit of shoe, to patron lie our
shoo department. J. E; Endcrs & Co.
Get result! by tistnc etui Mb).
tho Weed Lumber Co and (Sarnor drop about two thousand feet ajv.
1 ffi' ch mY
Loganbei-rif s, 2-1 cups $2.50
Bing cherries, crate - 2.75
Royal AnnH, crate 2.45
Aprlcois, all next week, lb'. .. .12
Shipment will arrive Monday or
Watermelon, lb $ .04'2
Cantaloupe, 13c, two for 25
Bananas, lb. . .v 17
Cal. grape fruit, lb. , 14
Peaches, lb 12
Plums, lb .. . .is
Lemons, dovs. . 45
Large oranges, doz 95
vVe Wholesaled Retail
1 ." 15 ( ma
-I ' "A".
any orders any place
Tomatoes, lb. 18c, 2' til; ." Hft
rJeet?, lb.. .
Lettuce, head ...4 MO
Green Peppers, II)
New spuds, lb.
Country butter, roll ..
Creamery butter, roll
Klamath cheese, lb.
Eggs 35c, cat-e .j
9th & Klamath
FOft KENT 3 room furnished Apt.
Phono 273-J. H-17
FOIt SALE Onu rnbullt Chvrolot
bug, also one good auto trailer.
Call on or pheno E. L. Elliott, Sugar
man liulldlng, phono 120. H-1K
llargalna'at Iloss Hardwaro. A'T
Dig bail gamu botwoon K. C.'h nnd
Lost Klynr (Want's at nurrell Shorl'H
corner,, ftanday.. lie-tier come. 1
LOST Tiro gray geldings, ono al
, , motrWhlto, weight about I8O11
each; rbached mane. Reward for
Information or retnrh.to (he O. K.
barn, Klamath Falls., Phono Informa
tion to Port Summers, Klamalh
1 llargalns at Iloss Hardwaro. 14-1R
FOR ftLE Complete furnlsblngB for
C, rooms, Including electric range
land piano, all good condition. Phono
p'J17-K, evenings, or call 1129 Lin
coln, ,. 14-I&-
Rig ball game between K. C.'a nnd
Lost River (llant's at flurrcll Short'ii
corner, Sunday, llette"r t ome. 14
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A" TIAKOAIN Underwood rohullt
typewriter. 'Standard, a 14-lnch
carriage. Klamath Exchange. Will
loin, Bid1.,, . H-20
l-'tmNlllllEO ONE Room cabins,
-Colonial Rooms, 11th near Jfaln.
WAriTED Man to milk and deliver.
Qodd nan 1100 anaioard or more.
Uo 33clt'y.' , 14-17
WANTD-Partner In a good pay
ing business, Bos 283, city, 14-17
ii .sin. lio-.- m.no
Values til n 1.11
Hint I- white, luiiwii,
Main St. Phone SM1-W
liii)-ir t liniiifiUftln Oliivei,
ru-Mn unit IJnuntlH
Vnlueo to 91.(1
Women's and Misses' Ready-to-Wear
Annual July Clearance ot Dresses
Values to $42.50
Smart modes in Canton Crepes, Crepe Knit, Jersey, Tricotine, Taffotn
and Organdie. Many new arrivals added to this collection. Early shopping
'if advisable in order to take advantage of these wonderful value.
Special on Gingham Dresses
$5.95 '"" $6.95
All colors; sizes 10 to l(
Choice of Any Blouse in Stock
Values to $M.
Phoeni Silk Rib-
All Kavser Silk Underwear
Andross - Glover Style Shop
I White Shoes I
I c : ix;l: ci . I
iveiv pair ui vviiuc 7iiucs
I in our stock at greatly I
I Reduced Prices I
I for the next ten days I
I Come in and inspect our 5
I stock, which is most I
I complete. I
J. E. Eiiders & Co. I
I 604 Main St. Phone 85 I
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