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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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For Klamath Falls?
3 , ' How much docs civic loyalty mean to you?
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.nuv uu.Muus arc .vuu iu &u liiu tuiuiii ui ii,,i uusi-ness-activity
and full employment for our wagc-carn-.
ers? All of which means
Prosperity for the City of
'.."- YOU CAN'T DODGE your share of the -responsibility for the
K J-"-growth f our V What we accomplish as a community is but
the sum total of the efforts of. our individual citizens, "IN
SHORT. YOUR EFFORTS.
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HELP ONE ANOTHER!
A splendid, bier, broadminded spirit is this. "HELP-ONE-AN-
OTHER" talkthat is foremost in the minds of
interests of this nation.
the big business
HELPING ONE ANOTHER 'is simply the co-operation between
buyer and seller which works to the advantage of both. It is one
of the biggest factors today in developing the resources of the
, This spirit of HELPING ONE ANOTHER is expressed in no
stronger or more helpful manner than in the desire to patronize
In just so far as we spend our money, earned in Klamath County
with local business institutions, will we individually and as a
Itos a self-evident fact" that every dollar which leaves Klamath
jCbunty takes away just thafemuch from the general prosperity of
this community. "
Think well over the loss that you, your neighbor, and his neigh-
bor, inflict not only upon the citizens of Klamath Falls, but
, yourself, every time you send money away for something that
cpiiia gust as wen oe purcnaseu trom some local store at the same
HELP ONE ANOTHER " ' ' "
and you'll be helping your own family and your own friends, as
well as yourself individually.
,ADD -TO Don't take away from the PROSPERITY of yourself
, and your fellow citizens. Always fill your needs by tiring Klam
ath Falls stores FIRST. .
Help Your Own City
& You Help Yourself
This Hj)ace paid for by the
businessmen.,of Klamath Falls
for the benefit of the community.
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illvldumU Iiiih I'epcy llopkln; Joyro
drawn from her varied venture In
men. matrimony and millions? 0
Wlint lli ha. ntii (nr other talr
dealem In hoart.warcM who havu en
vied i'llio nilllllm-dolliir doll" itor
cli.iliees at haiipluesn do luxe?
These, from her own curinlned
lips, nn nho HCllle.T down, to a pros,
pectlvc business rarver and calcu
lates the FulvaKv of her romantic
"I havo learned from oxperlenrn
that hard work and sincere effort,
not pampered IdlonckM, point the
only way to happiness.
"Tho Kay whlto ways don't even
giro an approximation of It.
' "My possessions" said to ho
somowhero near 12,000.000" ','and
my heart conquests havo drought,
me 'nothing hut wrotchcdnc-is.
"I don't know what sort of mnn
I should prefer If I worn to look
for ono. Kvcry Ideal I havo had
has been woefully nhattercd,
"My respect rocs to tho man who
Is clover, courteous and considerate,
who has brains and personally. Ir
respective of his appearance orpos-scb-slons.
"It Is that -typo that starts the
real clow In a woman' heart, not
Jewels and motors.
"Tho most Hucccssful wooors, I
havo observed, aro thono who think
of tho llttlo things that pleaso ii
womnnV whfnis, not thu xleek fops
who nro Invariably selfish,
"And tho most durable husband Is
ho who takes his wlfo Into his ruo
fldenco and makes u real partner
"Ileauty Is tho least Important In
credleut In charm.
"Drains are tho chief reiiulsllo for
fabclnatlon, Without. them u man
or woman Is vapid anil Inconse
quential. "Then thoro Ik tho attraction of
ey on especially tlion(, Indlcatini; uu
derstandliiK and kindliness.
"Tact and a HmlllnB countenance
nro very Important elements.
"Almost any woman can acquire
tho qualltlns that captivate wortii
whllit men, anil they put iiinre good
looks completely In tho shade."
I'egKy herself" Is thin,, almost Hi
Kular, and not u pronotimed beauty.
Hut hIiii has I ho cliiilleiu;lrm' violet
eyes, thu mi. likI thu umllliii; conn-
teiinnro hIii lunstders impplllii):
"And at 'e.m: I'laliiH I'lioiiKh," shj
laiiKhs, "to ri'.ilUe that I havo been
on tho wroUR track In srjklti; hip
plneis. "I may in irrv ORnln " N her iiwt.
rrlpt, "but when I do It vlll bo a
HiO percent real liiMiiau, i
TONIGHT AT THE
Tonight's Show Starts at ti'MQ
Admission 10c and 20c
Alice Brady in
"1 DEATH DANCE "
Two Big Vaudeville Acts
Super Athletes .
Wonderful exhibition of acrobatic stunts and hand
M. S. WARE
Impersonator of Italian, Chinese and Swedish char
acters gives thirty minutes of laughs also
ROBERT WARWICK IN
'THE SILENT MASTER" '
Al Jennings the Reformed Bandit
Continuous Show Sunday Starting 1, .'J, 5, 7 and !
Wo do quality kodak
C'urrlus Kor l)runn.
a. A, Maslo'rH Iiiih jotiirnud from I
Klrby, with his brothem who will as. I
Ust 111 in to put up hay for thu Al-
Roma Lumber compauy, .
Tho California Oregon Tower com.
puny h biilldliic a da macroKH Iho
mill pond of tho AlKoma Kumber
company to keop sufficient water to
flout tho logs,
Kctsdovor brothers havo overhaul-
i od their combined harvester ho as
to havo It ready for threshing tills 1
Wo sell all kinds of preparations
',ll kill (Hon. Currlns For Drugs. 'i
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M Ekctrk Cookmj
m Correct Cooktry
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DERFECT bakliiK of lircail, cake anil p! ile.
pands on absolute uniformity of licnt anil
on lit accurate control.. In no other way can
the best rasulta be aisured. The scientific appli
cation and easy adjustment of heat to the pur
posts of baking reach their highest development
Tha heavily Insulated Hotpolnl Huhe oven
and the convenient control of tho heat leave
nothing to chance.
Thla Hotpolnt Hughes accuracy of result U
equally demonitrnted in boiling, roasting, frying
and broiling. The heat is all applied to tha
cooking and cannot' radiate into thn kitchen.
There la no open flame Willi ila resulting soot
and stain and its attendant dangers,
Inquire about our special cooking Tale.
Let us tell you how you can equip your home electrically by a small pay
ment down and balance as installments. '
The CALIFORNIA OREGON
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