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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
umnimv, .mu'Mr i, mua.
Name Thcte Screen Players and Win Free Tickets
far , To Motion Picture Theatres!!!
I Oin o name these two popular crren pl)orV,'
' jg (? in ar limine ! ti iim- niu ,imi im t
rlln'nml mnll in MOVIK CONYKST, TIIK KVKXIMl IIKIIAI,I. or
Irnvc ut TIIK HF.IIAU) tiffin.
Two ptrlutrN will nppo.ir with day for two weeks, 1M pic
ture In nil. Rncli picture will be numbered.
.til niievici must bo received nl TIIK HKRAI.I) not Inter Ihnn
noon tif Hip second ilny following publication nml the correct
mime will Ih published tlml dnv. Your rjiom for lodaj'i picture
, i iiiuI be In not Liter limn Wednesday noon... The enrreel nnhico of
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lixnt) .m pictures win lie piiiniMieti wiiineMiay.
IVIres will lie ntttinlcil to lite tlirre pei-Mitw submit I litj: tbo
nenrrlt ron-ert imnilier of iinnictN n follews:
MUST IMU.N I ft fiv" tickets to Hie STIMNII. STAII,
VN MIIKIITV 1 IIKATHK.
SKCOV1I 1MUIv 1 fiw tlikcK
TlUim PIMXR l free tl.UeN.
Tn ctcnt of n tie, tlie winner will lie Judged by the lime the
jrurir nre received nt the llernld nffleo. I'uh cittrlupo will' he
mmkrd ttllli the time of receipt.
f Tickets will lie illt(deT to Stc wli.noo, ns iic.irl) n ms
lle, nn 'iuiil nuiebcr f.ir ciirb tbr.itre.
IIHMIK IIJK NO SI'ltlNCS TO THIS COVTKNT IT'S
Hi:.M) IV VOl'lt Gt'P.SS TODAY!
jFLASK IN SKY Jftffts,
1 rrincs inhfs mmm
TO LEAVE GLHB
Head Troops in Mine Area
Miuiwell s. Wlhle, el, Ml.
CIiiiiIph V Sieiuttell linn filed suit'
Moonshiners or Meteor, Ask j '"""; t ji.ooo nijoi'.e.i due mi n Interprctntion of Lnmlis
Decision Sought By
I until iUrn 1it I. I Wllilit nml l.nllla
Spectators When Flmr I UoWlsclmr. l'ntont nt S per cent li,
:.. ftL' i c-ll. 'silked .ft oni Uecomlior 30, 1021 mid!
inK Ohiect Falls ,l80 ,.. fw. ' !
SANTA IIAIMIAIU. Crtl , AllR. 1.
OonfoiiMn of oiiliilnn hero tolnvi
SAN ritANClUCn, Aiir 1 - I'niml
leumie illrecmrii toiltiv iiliMdcil to1
(I.) Nn me '
Your Nnme nnd Address
Cnloii Oil s. Swlter
The Union Oil rouip.uiy nf Ciitl-
wns thit the crent ohjort which 1 fmuli li'is filed milt In tlm aIuiiII nnl; ('oimiiiIbiIoiii'i' I.,iiiiIIi to Kliilo
foil from the Jf-nvriiK Into the' foi'H iibiuhhI V SwIUor for thoj wlielher hhi dochlon huilnir William
ocean ne.ir Smln llnih.ir.t or onto J lollOtllnn nf $'J7r. . whlrh hi iiIIuk-. II. Kli'iiper fiom pnitliliwillon In oi
I Sant.i Crux Islandi. IS miles south. '' to he dun for r.oods fohirinturest ! R.inlfed lnii'.li.'ill iin'iml Unit Kleiim
i lat ulRht, wan :i meteor "' '"' m'r "Mlt 'rolu ''llsl '-''' '''I lll"H' t'sli:u im priMideiil of the I'orl
. . .i , In uNo ilcmntiili'd . lusnl rluh TIiIh union wuh taken nf
1 As no report came from the Is-, . ....,, , .,
, , .. ' ,. , , - ler the f.tlluie of a resolution pro
.lands, thnt any one tnero had wen . ,. , . , ,. , ...
i Smell iMHeil h Maniii:i'i' tlialiiim of the
the object strike the earth, the ,. .... , .,,.. ,.r .,..,. ..,, ,.
i nicign woman nn i u"i ; no n ior i '" "" i ..,.!.
,P' wntiMii wild Mopper ttlid llrew tier In ri'Mpu
V.TUIOflVr rT.frj MM BsW..JVi.XlikA. Jvr- U
, 7?mm.r i7 . aura
im.mXMi-$ WM .jiMM-iar
i.ahpp.i1 Iw.ltnf wnj lli.-ll II full tnln
n ..f?7!l.. nn
lUte e.i. The Island, however. Is of """ "
! ronitdernhlo fIo. and the object
might have fallen upon It without
attracting the uttentlnn of the few
Karly roportu that the' object was
a hurnliiK aircraft tvere Kcncnll.v
ill.slictlewd today, a wan, alxo a
jimiucttlon ItmlRht hate been a
J sIruoI from rum .iiuiKRl,n.- the ar
I RUinont bcIiiR advanced the lirll-'
, llancy of the object ' was xtitlrell
too spectacular for bootlcsRcrs
does that Is entitled i th free bin
of the ilty. I
Herald rlasnltled nil pay toil.
rviniirl 1' J. Hlaektioli?. Jr. (left). Ii tn clmrre of thu ntntu nillltlA
ordered to CoHrbytir. 1'n , whoro tnlno ilrlkn troublw In nnllclpatwl. I!h-j
bo I confc:rlnir hi the Held tlth Canluln Ttiwum McUujIilIn v.litj
command.) thu iluto ikjIIco.
Remarkable Invention Per
fected by Professor Af-
ter 10 years' Work I
n; imiiANA. III., Aur. t. Prof.
4 Joseph T. Tykoclncr of tho UnWcr
j city of Illlnoli,. after ten years'
, ,,work," has constructed a machlno
' ,,wlilcbt not only photographs the
i usual moving picture as seen on tbe
srrecn bat at the same tlrao and
nn tho Mmo film photographs sound,
- It vas announced by the university
,today. So far have the experiments
tone that tho ring of a bell, the
rlom of n door, and tho liuman
voice are reproduced In tho labora
tory tts(F. It was Mated.
With, tho patenting of this ma
chine. tho university baa obtained
the second of Us patents on appar
atus fundamental In the art of
talklnipmotlon pictures. Six months
uro that Institution announced an
i nthor of'ltR staff. Professor, Jacob
; "lCun'rMbsd perfected a selenium cell
""Chichi, unlike Its predecessors, It
was stated, did not show any fa
tigue through use. TbU cell Is
1 used for photographing sounds.
The apparatus which Is working
tally atueujilvBrslty takes mov-l
Ingpletj'e aimultaneojssfy with tho
rliotoffaphulf o j t!ic'cech of the .
etlng personsf j Ttie .-machine is
fwujppedwlth'a, mercury arch of
ipeclal construction. The Intensity
pfjlleht varies ln accordance with
smmmtsmsssBais , . .
tho sticech of th0 acting person;
and the llsjtit from the arc U fo
cused upon the moving film by a
sound recording Instrument. The
sound record Is a narrow band
of varying transparency, running
along the edge of the film. As
the film passes through the cam
era, about two-thirds or three
fourths of It Is exposed to the scene
being photographed. Tho remaind
er of tho (Urn U given over to
photoRraphlnc th0 various sounds,
fn this manner every section and
ctery sound Is reproduced In cor
responding places on tho record,
guaranteeing synchorlsm of visual
and sound Impression, the unlvorslty
"As to the reproduction of the
round this ! possible becauso of
tho photo-electro cell. Invented by
Professor Kttni." the statement con
tinued. "This cell Is similar In
shape to an electric light bulb.
When light passes through It, It
sets up an electric charge. Al
though tho amount of tho electricity
thus generated Is small In amount.
It Is amplified to the point neces
sary where sound wives aro pro
duced by means of a loud speaking
Why He Decided
"Why have I never married?" the
confirmed bachelor repeated a lead
ing siicstlon, "Woll, onco upon a
time In a crowd I trod on a lady's
gown. She turned, furiously, begin
ning 'You clumsy brute!" Then Mic
smiled Htvectly, and bald: 'Oh, I beg
our pardon, I though you were my
husband. No It really doesn't mat'
ter In tho least.'
And when I (a inn to think It otor
I decided that I'd bettt r let marriage
Clnuilo Klrkpatrick of Dorrls tinn
ed his brothor. C M. Klrkpatrick
and sister Mrs. W A L.i.tmnn one
day last week.
Mrs, C C. Miller spent Sitmluy
night with Mrs Ktnm.i Wilson nml
Monday wont with Mr. nnd Mrs (1
W. Mers nt her son, C V. Mlllor'h
liouiu near Klamath .I'alls.
A surprise party was given Mr nnd
Mrs. Maurice llnrter and family last '
Saturday nlRht by n large number of
nclRhbor and friends. Tho irnrtern
hate disposed nf their ranch and ex
pect to leato next week for Southern
California but had not. decided Just
whore they will locate Their many
friends wish them abundant success
In their now home. '
The ladles of thn Helping Html
society were entertained by Mrs. Jac
obs Wednesday and will meet with
Mrs. Llda Klrkpatrick Wednesday.
O. U. Hunt nnd family returned
from Portland Friday where they
'hato been thn past six week attend
ing tho Apostolic Faith ramp meet
ings. Friday morning thn hnuso nf Ollv
or Martin with nil contents) won burn
ed. With tho assistance of neighbors
who en me quhkly to help, all the
other buildings tvero sated.
Pclo McNeil and wife who live
near tho ClPar I-ikn dam wero shop
ping In Malln Saturday.
MlHsl.orlnila Sauber of the Klam
ath Agency has been visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Charllo Pickett, for a few
days. Another sister, Mrs. Anns'
Ilurlburt. or Collcgo City, Is with
Mrs. PIckott for a fow weeks. Mur
garot Chllders nf Medfnrd and her
sister, Hess, hato also been tlsltlng
their old homo and .ire now visiting
relaUtcs In California.
Mr. anil Mrs. Iv. M. llubb of Klam
ath Falls t.cru hero Friday lust. Mr.
llubb Is duo nf the directors nt the
Mulln Irrigation district nnd intend
ed tli'y meeting. Mrs. llubb spent the
day with Mrs. Win. Cramlall.
TONIGHT AT THE
WHCnB EVEKTBODT GOI
VIOHR OP THE HODKIXBOW FEATPWM
The lllj- Si-iisjitloiml Ibtllroad Feutuic
Supported by Ituth Ktoncliouse unit Irnia Harrison.
The fights on top of fast moving trains are the
'l&'rgrMftest ever produced, and lots of other
4m thrills, also GOOD COMEDY
x Coming Thvi-sdayThe big western Feature
, . "WESTERN PEP"
Herald classified ads pay you.
a horse a youth
a pjot a vamp
RED HOT! a cheat
a row a gun
THEN WOW a
chase Oh GRACE!
the fat man bores
THE GIRL adores
the audience ROARS!
What a THRILLER!
Ho-A Dollar Dee Travel!
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HE worker who creates wealth benefits ffointf and
coming. He is on the receiving end, no matter
matter which way the stream flows.
Study ttye illustration with this advertisement.
Uninterrupted pay-rolls mean abundant prosperity.
Prosperity for the man at the lathe, at the forge, at
the wood-working machine; for the carpenter, the
brick-layer, the butcher, the merchant, the clerk, for
every producer and every one who is part of the dis
tributing system that necessarily accompanies pro
duction. Klamath's army of workers is again busily engage d
in coining dollars in Nature's mint. The stream of
prosperity is again in full flow.
We can keep it flowing by co-operation, and we '
can enlarge' it.
Need what you buy, but buy what you need.
The time is past for throwing away money on need -less
luxuries. But it is equally as far past for senseless
hoarding and denying necessities, to yourself and those
who are entitled to look to you for comfortable
support. If we all do our share, and all pull together, '
-: we can look forward to not 'only a comfortable but a
The dollars are on the go again. Keep them traveling.
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "
HOW THE DOLLARS FLOW FROM I
HAND TO HAND WHEN THE PAX
ROLL IS OPERATING
w With William Fairbanks
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