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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Mr. anil Mm, C. II. Webber nr
rlvpd hero last night from Lnkc
vlcw Ami loft on (ho morning train
for Grants Pass, whero thoy wilt
visit for aovoral weeks.
Mrs. Dorothy Luce In expecting
to leave Monday tor Lara Hot
Springs, Nevada, where she will
Tlslt with her mother for' tin In
definite time, v
Mrs. Helen Curry nnd brother,
Tom McDonald, havo returned from
Ban Francisco, where thoy went
tor tho funeral of Joe McDonald.
D. V. Kuykcndall and family are
arranging for a trip to the coast
and oxpect to !ene some time Sun
day by car for Crescent City.
J. J. Furber returned last night
from tho Lake o' the Woods, where
he took his family and settled them
In thalr summer ramp. They ex
peel to stay until berry time It
all goes well.
Ilor. It. T. Cooklngkam, mission
ary to the Klamath Indians, was
In town yostcrday attending to
t business affairs from Williamson
"Wo have traveled' io Klamath
Fals over the Canadian Pacific
route, and visited. at Lake Louise
and British Columbia, besides many
other Interesting places, but none
of them surpass, In beauty the view
from Look-Out point on the Al
goma road, right hero In Klamath
oeaety," said Mrs. Grace Schyvcr
lift before sho boarded tho train
this wornlng to contlnuo her trip
south. She Is traveling with her
daughter. Miss Florence, and they
have been here as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleet for the
past few days, from their home In
Eetelle Marias, Thrcso Marias,
Mrs. M. Selplo and Miss Marjorle
8elple are all registered from Fort
land at the Whito Tellcan hotel
today. They are touring tho coun
try In search or the Interesting
ccnlcspots of their state
Sidney 8mythe. In charge or
work for the Warren 5aAjuctlon
company, arrived last night from
Oakland. California, and will bo
here to superintendent paving op
erations. . I .
Jack Wolfe, assistant manager
for the Standard Oil company, left
this saoralng for San Francisco and
Oakland oft a two weeks' vacation
ft. C, Cook has returned from
Eagle Ridge whero ho reports bo
had some of tho finest fishing fit
bis experience. He also brought
back a great number of new -views
of Upper Klamath lake and the
'J. J. Miller, Dr. L. D. Cass, V. V.
Hedgepath and F. L. Holmes, travel
ing auditor for the Southern Pacific
railroad company, are planning a
fishing trip for tomorrow.
D. Iff. UcLemore was a. passenger
on the outgoing train tbls'morning
booked for Oakland, California.
Mrs. J. J. Steiger left this morn
ing for the south after a brief visit
here with friends and relatives.
Mrs. V. J. Daley, who recently
moved to Kirk, came In on the train
this morning expecting to spend the
week-end here. '" '
Lyle Mills came In on the morn
lug train. from'Cblloqulo whero ho
has been spending several days at- '
tending to business affairs.
p., E.LoosIey Is a visitor hero
from Portland. Ho is registered at
tho White Pelican hotel.
Boyd Vaden, aged 16, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn D. Yadcn or Portland.,
arrivsaifhere fast night to spend
tho summer with his grandparents,
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. lioyd. Boyd Ya
den was born in Klamath Falls and
his parents have many warm friends
J. A. Oordon T, A. Stevenson and
others formed a motor party bound
for Lake o' tho Woods this after
noon. Mrs. H. D. L. Stewart loft today
for Spring creek on an extended
Miss Myrtle Hayford Is a charm
ing California girt, who is tho houso
guest of Mrs. Irving H.'Illbbcrt of
Pelican city. Miss Ifayford's homo
is In Derkeloy.
M. L. Johnson, deputy county as
ecssor, has returned from bo vera I
days spent In tho Sugar Pine moun
tain region la the northern part of
the county whero he was engaged
on official business.
F. P, Keen is back in tho plno
beetle gontrol offices today fitter
a week speat on tho reservation get
ting castps established for tho lo
cation ot the Infested areas.
Mrs. 0. R. Bowman Is in town to
day from her home at Chlloquln at
loading io business and making pur
Mrs. Prce McCormack is a coun
ty seat Visitor from her homo at
Keaobl week-end. She Is a guest
at tn hosts of her sister. Mrs. Jen
John F. Hesslg of Fort Klamath Is
fending a couple of days here on
iHJPfi Wjr IMttftfi .
I W, L. Franc, who operates a ranch!
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luui iu'ay iiihuvi uruva lulu town
I this morning nnd ntndo purchases
Mllll IUIMI IIIITVIIHIUS.
II. i:. llradhury In attending to
i bushiest affairs hern today from his
ranch lu lliu volley aoutX uf town.
Anton Petrnsek ot Mntlu Is n
county sent business visitor this
C. J. McCollum Is in the city todny j
from hli ranch near wonlcn looking
after business matters.
l.owls Alt wns a passenger on tho
boat bound for Oilcosn this morn
ing, where he will spend sovernl ilns
looking after his ranch lands In '
! that section.
John Utter, a prominent Fort
Klnmnth stockmnu, left this moru
Ing for the Wood river valley after
several das spent lu Klamath Falls.
Ish dancer, played by Dolores Cus
ttlnclll. "Finoru" will bo shown nl
tho Star thentro tonight. It Is n
tioorgo Klttaurlco production.
Sunday afternoon and owning Nor
ma Talmndgo will appear mi thn
screen at tho Slur nnd It eor Con
stance Tnlmndgo has a dangerous
competitor for ijromtor placa as a
screen comedienne It will bo her sis
ter Norma. In tho same sort ot a
story as "Tho Wonderful Thing."
tha Associated National pictures
production In which sho Is starring
ns tho current attraction at tho
Star theatre, lu thn first three
reels ot "The Wonderful Thing" Nor
ma Is delightfully amusing, and then
In ttiu last two she tins n part more
characteristic In tho emotional act
ing -which no one 'can do quite ns
well ns she.
A scer.u with tho much-sought
punch was the fray between Wallace
Held and Morftagu I.ovo In the Para
mount picture "Forever." starring
Elsie Ferguson and Wallace Rcld,
when the two meet In the siago
dressing room ot Dolores, the Span-
Among the outstanding features ot
"Tho Way of a Woman," the picture
starring Norma Tntmadgc, which
comes to the Strund theatre for tho
lust time tonight. Is tho truly re
markable out which supports tho fa
mous movie queen, tt Is an aggrega
tion ot plnjers, somo ot whom are
stars In their own right, and are
known tho world over, who has a de
lightful role, and piny It In n man
ner which sho has attained today.
Miss Tnlmadge'g lending man is
Special Round Trip
To Various Resorts
KLAMATH FALLS TO
15-day tkt. 3-mo, tkt.
on snlo Prl. on sale
and Sat. daily
San Francisco $17.75 $21.25
Oakland 17.50 21.00
Los Angeles via Stockton 33.25 40.00
Long Beach via Stockton 34.25 41.00
Santa Cruz 21.50 25.75
Portland : 21.75 26.00
Monterey '22.75 27.50
Pacific Grove via S. F 22.75 27.50
Paso Robles via S. F 26.00 31.75
Monterey via S. F 22.75 27.50
Truckee 19.75 23.75
Proportionately low fares to many other points.
Last Sale Date September 30th.
Return Limit October 31st.
.TRAVEL COMFORTABLY BY RAIL
Easy riding coaches.
All travel comforts
Horvlce, rain or shine
For full particulars, call on
' J. J. MILLER, Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
Is Cheater Tbtn Last Year
Ten Loads ..'. $50.00
Ten Cords , $35.00
16Inch Body and Tamarack at Bargain Prices
Consult us before buying your winter wood.
We buy and sell in large quantities with small
O. PEYTON & CO.
419 Main St Phone 535
Conway Tearlo who Is now starring
In his own productions, nnd hns for
onra been oito of tho screen's most
popular lending' mau.
.tol)im ltowlnml, who gained tamo
lltiough her work for n whole senson
lu "Tho l.lttlo Journey." mid lint
sard Short, who appeared with Fay
llnlntor tit her great llroadway nuc
cess. "East Is West," play a comedy
pnlr lu "Tho Why of n Woman"
which gnlned I hem world-wild rec
ognition. Sunday Clara Klmbnll Young In
Not even forgetting "Tho lllght of
Way," It Is hard to recall a. llert l.y
tell picture lu which tho star hns
been seen to such advantage as In
"Tho ttlght That Failed," his new
Vnyard Velller production, which
shows Sunday ut tho Liberty thea
tre. Tho story, by J. IV Marquand,
adapted to tho screen by l.enore Cot
fee, Is n smashbang tale ot tha prlio
ring, full of fresh observation and
rhnractcrs tbnt nro now to screen
ilotn. Mr. I.) toll ptas with debonair
charm ns the "highbrow" prl to ripe
hede: Virginia Vnlll brings beauty
and distinction to the role of tho
society girl engaged In nn unconven
tional ceurtship: Oils Harlan, tho
rotund veteran of tho Charles lloyt
farces, Is a rollicking tippler of tho
eld school; Do W1U Jennings Is dis
tinguished and courtly as tho her
oine's father; Max Davidson Is a Joy
ous "lowbrow" champion, and I'hllo
McCultough n ducorutlvo mid con
vincing loiingo llturd, Thn photo,
graphy Is by Arthur Murllnolll mid
the nrt dlioctlon by A 1'. Mnntr.
"A Connecticut Yiinliooo In King
Arthur's t'oiirt." lit film form, Is
showing ut tho Liberty llioalieo lo
night as a special attraction.
"A Coiinovllciilt lY'inkeeo" Ih tho
modern Don Quixote, it Iuih done
more than niiy other book or piny
to prove that men are as cttlMilroiis
today as they were In tho das
"when knights wore bold."
Tho Kompion picture which will bo
shown at Tho Strand all day and
evening Sunday Is entitled "Tho
Claw" and Is based on Cynthia Stock
ley's widely rend novel ot tho snino
Tho story Is one of Cynthia Stock
ley's masterful novels of African life,
nnd concerns a girl who on being
told that her NW-enthenrt In already
married, breaks her engngemnnt Just
ns tho sweetheart I ordered to quell'
an uprising of natives. Soon ho Is
reported killed nnd (ho girl Is on thn
point of marrying another when she
not only learns that bo Is not dead,
but the story of his formor'mnrrlngeo
Is false. In tho end thoy nro re
united. See It at Tho Strand tomorrow
"IIo'h niiih mi Imposing iiinii!"
"AlwayH no, but on whom wat
ho ImpoHlng when oti miA him,
may I iisltV"
M,IUN(1 MATTIES SMOOTH
IIiihm -'I'll Im Is a piotty lough lit.
lor IM' Just leeoUml Hit' II. .t till n
('InrK l'eiliiiiH It would mnoollt
unit lot h in tt ro If I Hinnliiiiiici it nti-
Ktamnth Falls Is remarkable for
Its nice stores, nnd especially drug
stores. Wo havo nothing nicer Ibun
your store lu our town. This Is
what n lady from 1'alo Alto, Califor
nia said to us. Currln'a for drugs,
WIIKKH EVKIIYIIODY flOICH-
HOME OF THE HODKINHON FKATUIIRN
Kempson Picture Corporation prcsenLs
Clara Kimball Young
Clara Kimball Young is a remarkable .story of
the African Vehlt. See how true love coiuiit'hs
jealousy in "The Claw." See this wonderful ex
position of "Reauty and the Beast" Clara Kim
ball Young and her lion, tiger and elephant ad
mirers of the African jungle.
Admission 10c and 20c
Show Starts at 6:30
A Frank Talk With the Workers ot Klamath Falls
There is hardly any need to call your attention to the many
difficulties our business firms have to face
the problem of bringing down prices
rthe hardships of slow collections
the task of taking care of their organization
the strenuous fight for business.
The thing to do is HELP THEM with your enthusiastic coopera
tion NOT to hinder them and add to their troubles with INDIK-pr-ncMrR,
CARELESSNESS and SHIRKING ON YOUR JOB.
We'bclicve that'home'-building is the cornerstone of prosperity. r
We must, therefore, stand shoulder to shoulder in the develop- '
ment of the community spirit. We must realize that we most ' '
truly help ourselves when we help our neighbors.
Let. us compete in service. This is the truest co-operation. Let
us but emulate, not envy. Let us build up, not tear down. Let
us take pride in our calling. Let us be boosters.
REMEMBER your success depends upon the success of the
firm you work for. If your concern should go out
of business, you'd be out of a job and jobs as
good as yours are SCARCE!
IF YOU ARE A SALESMAN OR A SALESWOMAN
put every ounce of headwork into selling more. i
THINK HARD, and you'll find the answer to the
difficulties you thought insurmountable!
IF YOO DO CLERICAL WORK
Concentrate on the job let greater CARE
FULNESS do away with the mistakes which
cost the firm DOLLARS TO MAKE GOOD.
IF YOU DO MECHANICAL WORK
SPEED UP the quantity of your production,
and keep up the quality. You'll reap your
REWARD, DON'T WORRY.
FOR THE SAKE OF KLAMATH FALLS' PROSPER
ITY, BUY NOW BUILD NOW WORK
MORE EARN MORE
Help Your Own City
iou neip Your sen
This space paid for by the business
men of Klamath Falls for the benefit
of the community.
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