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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1922)
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Klamath Falls, Ore.
"New Testament Church"
SUNDAY MORNING SERMON
UNION SERVICE 8 P. M.
All Invited to All Services
A. B. BRISTOW
Minuter and Director of Religious Education
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
i Personal Mention
, Balloon Hockey
took lll.o i: J Mathif , j rcir.o'.hlnr; on a eilndstone
liUt lidM eiplurlnvMhn l.tnuriLi (if u li id of ii,.n with X-ray. Thst'i
the wu iho iK'iuriininl ' f Ar.udlmic ikicimlnfi tha quality a chiew
In cxpirlnii-nts ut Warl.tiiulo.i.
Mr. mikI Mih, i:onill llunleiilirook
will li-iivii loiinirnHV fur tint cnust J
where limy will spend Hi phi wnoks
testing ii'i'l fibbing. ',
. Mr. mill Mni. Jiilin lliitinr lull this
iiiiiriiliiu Jor tliclr lioiim In Peniisyl
viiiiIii uflrr n brief vlxlt hern wllli
Mr. unit MrH. I 'mil l.tuiiliort.
Mm. tnrin llrndoy wan n passenger
mi IIiIm morning's train bound fur
Don Is wlfcini hIhi will visit with her
parents, Mr. mni Mr, John Clemens.
MrH, II. li. McCarthy mul imiall son
nro hero fri'mi Ashland visiting with
Mm. MoCurlliy's parents, Mr. ntnl
Mm. John Poster.
Mr (iml Mm fl A Ifrntlan nrrntn.
ioiiimI by thi'lr Iioiibo guest, Minn '
Fannie, llnseuhiirg, urn upending the I
week-end nl Crili r Lake,
W. II. Whitehead h n; tourist '
visitor horn from Chicago am In '
stopping lit lint Wlllli) Pellratl III)
llov. I'.itlicr (Inanon of Rt. lisna-r
Huh Unlvi'ritll)' arrived lait evenliiK.
Hi' will y,i a Merles (if eiltirallnnul l
leriuri'H In lint Hlr.lcm nf Chiirlly. .
MIkk Ilernlie CliiC'ilnii, who linn
been vLMtlnr, with ber nlnler, Mm. I
Mvl (Irlffllli, left III Ik inornlnn fur,"
tier lioiiie In KoRim lllvcr.
Mr. (iml Mm. CharlcH Mune, Bam ,
Tyroll mnt II, II. Thompson uro
all reclntireil nt Iho Whlto rellrun i
lintel from l.os AiirpIpi loilny. J
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'J lie newcat euort o( tlio winter1
itaion at tit. Merits In tlio AJp H.
tlio balloon race. A toy tallodn U
umiI for hockty puck. Musi
Lorna Vloeca, an American clrL U
lahoWB .Blaylnc tbo came. I
LOTS TO I.IMIIV
C. ft. Umlerwooil, of Umlcrwood'a
(iliurmncy, unotlier of Klamath Kalln'
leading iiKircliuntn to atttnil lluyem '!
wek, I nUo homo after having ar
rived on tlio train lunt rvanliiK. I
Mr. and Mm. Klmor IlaikliiKi have
returned from Portland where they
attended buyer' woek. They report
that It wax n week well worth while
to the inerchantx.
Mr. and Mm. O. H, Southwell
are wealthy Simla llarlmru folk
whn (pent the nlxlit here on (heir
wuy houth from KbrIo HIiIko where
they havu been (pending noveral
Mr. and Mm. Uurl Shupherd liavo
returned from a three weokn' butl
liens trip In California. Tlioy report
thut tlio muhlcal ItiHtrumcut trade
wai very good and that they avcrag'
ed about ono Halo a day.
Dan Ityan wan In town Friday from
bin raifth homo, near Fort Klamath
wFlh his HUler and brotlior-ln-taw.
Mr, and Mrs. J. Dapple, who nro
vlnIlliiK here for tlio first tlnio In
many yearn from their homo In Van-i
Mm. James Hilton and Ron, Marvin
will loavo hero Monday far Huckln
berry mountain cxpertlne lo spend
tbreo weolin there. Marvin arrived
hoirio only this week from Seattle
having Just received Ills dlseharga
from tlio United States navy.
Daddy camo homo from the of
fice early ono evening and mother
had not returned from some friends
.whom she has been lulling for
i I.lttli. four-yenr old Owonnlo ran
"Daddy." sho cried, "I've been
wanting to sen you for a long llmo
when mother's not near."
,"Vhy. my llttlo girl?" aiked
"Well, Dad," answered (Iwcnnlo.
pleimo don't tell nnithcr, because
she's an awful dear, but I don't
think she knows much about bring
ing up children."
"What makes you think that?"
asked her father.
"Well." replied Uwennle. "sho
makes me go to bed when I am
wide iiwaku mid shu makes mo cot
up when I am awfully sleepy."
COOL CLEAN QUIET
In Business Center
619 Main St. Up-stairs Tel. 140
TIN HING GUEY
All Steaks, Chops and American Dishes cook
ed as you want them. Chinese Dishes to order.
HIT 'EM AGAIN
Just What You Fans Wanted .
' And wo knew it.' Another red-hot
Sunday, August 13th
. K. F. CUBS vs. DORRIS DEMONS
. MODOC PARK
Admission 30c Follow the Crowd
nov. nnd Mrs. J. S. fltiibhleflold,
whn aro spondlng their vacation hero
from their homo In Morced, Califor
nia, loft with 'A. fl. Wilson today for
his camp In Antclopo valley whorn
they will spend several days with
Mm. Wilson and children, who nro
spending tho summer there.
Mrs. Mllguard accompanied by
her daughter, Dorothy, Is hero from
Colfax, Washington, as tho guests
of Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Mason. They
have boen touring California and
will leave hero on Wednesday for
Crater lako and home.
L. L. Orocn, n woll-known bank
er from Orovllle, California, who
terminated his vacation hcr by
leaving for his California homo
this morning, Is one of Rocky Points
statinchest boosters, having spent
his summers hero tor the past 16
l.eti ull patronize the danco Wed
nesday night. Its for the benefit of
tho band and playgrounds. Currlns
For Drugs. 12
Some of tho so-called humorists of
this country seem to think that pro
hibition and bootleggcry arc tho only
funny topics In tho world.
Arens wus arrested Wednesday
evening on Main street about 7:40
by Htuto Traffic Officer Houston, and
paid tho flno In tile police, court this
"Technically tlio court had It on
mo," ho said today, "and I thought
I know tho law pretty well. No doubt
n lot of other drivers ovorlook this
provision, and' I hope that my experi
ence will teach them to brush up on
the regulations and savo them mon
ey." Others fined In the police court
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Brnest Hobblns, driving
operator's license, flo.
Hchulmlro, driving without
John Duo Co in in, reckless driving,
$10. Cum m was unable to pay tho
flno and "ss released on his own
rccognlsancd when bo promised to
pay Mondoy. v7-
Ily tho drop of 2 cents In the price
of gasoline motor car drivers will bo
saved 170,000,000 a year unless they
spend the money for more gasoline.
Quality Is a vital essential
drugs. Cur rlii Says Ho.
Speaking of worldwldo peaco as a
beautiful sentiment, airplanes nro
now being tised to spread smoke
Our advertising tells tho (ruth.
Currlns For Drugs. 12
It all Iho nation Is to have coal
rationed to It everybody Is sure to
recover from Iho prickly heat before
Quality, quantity and prlce.vl.angs
every day chocolates. &0c full pound
and guaranteed fresh. Currlns 'For
Herald classified ads pay too.
To glvo you good drug service with
roasonablo compensation for our ef
forts, is our constant aim. Currlns
For Drugs, 12
KNOX .Ant Klamath Falls, to Mr.
and Mrs. Ooorgo Knox, a Bird
born July 11, weight 6 pounds
Named (lladys Yvonne.
Iloln tho band and nlayerouuds by
attending tho open air dance, next
Wednesday nlKht. Currlns For
They say thut people In Inter years
nro dylurt much ton rapidly In com
parison with tho young folks, but
that soeuiB to be the ponalty for longevity,
When tho poor lUlt sco Irent
Cnstlo In this outnt they'll lo,com
pleiclv fnselimted. If not hooked
8he had II mado especially for fish
,ln? Next we'll have special suit;
Wo desire your friendship, sail
good will, based on good treat stent
rnd good business methods. .Our
rlns For Drugs. 4sKlt
9rlnrtatt Tlrann l nnw tmlNultSh
,'tr and sister of a quon youngest
'dauchter of Qurcn MnrUi of ' liu- ..
.'maniA'and slettr of, the now queen J
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Start a Bank Account. Don't be "ashamed
of a small one. We're not. ' utt v
The WORLD pays homage to the man
with a sanngs account. '" .'--.
WE PAY HIM INTEREST. '! .AirtM
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.t '...,. f . Tlie Hone of Over 4,000 Depositors I
Member Federal Reserve ' " ' "T"
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Is the Sunlight
To all that is healthy and vital
in business, it means increased
strength and growth; but adver
tising is a fierce heat which
withers and consumes that
which is unsound.
A business which is not a
good business should not be
advertised. A business which
would not benefit from wide
spread appreciation of its ideals
had better acquire a new set of
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