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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH.FALLS, OREGON
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XKA Si'Mlco Slnff Wtller
Minni.KnoUO, Mnss.. Oct. 2S.
1 lmvo spent n lilrlit under the roof
lit Charles (Inrl.nnd, 2.1-yoar-old '
llooalrn. who k.ivo up fortune, wlfo
nnd children in order that ho might
TIU Iii'imli retreat I a reeon
Btruetcd hen liono ("hid 1 thromh
ns Just to rIi w lint I tottld to
tin i a. It tit then 1 found out tlit'io
somnthlni; bluRcr than kIWiik
and that l.i sharing."
A ii at to tlio night wore on. Sho
dtvn out of tho desk n little nolo- j
hook of poems which (Inrl.tml had I
pines" explained Miss lMgerton. wltton Sunn.' of them s.worod ic-
nnrloj. (tho family name for (Jar- "'arkahly of Walt Whitman, nl-
land) w cxpLilnlng tho car to her t'.oiich lliirtoiid. ho assured mo,
all afternoon, tmt sho can't Ket It h- ! m,t rMl " "p ' Whitman un-
Ihroiinh her head." Doris was con-, '" "?"
7000 Miles by Parcel Post
! MMMOflBV"" "VnaabtipJ
nnrtfin.l ftmlln.1 nf Itpr fniltilmtnf
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y. Rrery row minutes he would
i jch oxer 10 I'ght n fresh r.garoite
f. em ahovf tli. : ). Dohli'd th
ump wero tno i of book, alt
he d!aVni' of rii'o. nil the work
..; T.)l.io. Wili'n Outline of His-
The Outllns Of flrlenee." a
nvontunlly we, too. turned In, and
Hi" last yellow llRht was hlotlod out
of tho little roronstrnrtcd elitekon
i house whore a drama of consider
.iMo proportion l heliiR played.
i A Kit i o. until recently n dorellet
of the Boston bIh'imk. went to sleep
o-i :he fool of the hod.
'-'!. Isht. lit-'-', NI.A Senlie)
jescrnixi: van m: oitirr
tho mlddlo and equipped wlA. n
store a lublo, a cot, a divV, a l.'nip
Jftl a tpewrltoi.
Here Is the oddly asortel family
which l seeklnc to wret happln
out of Garland's tumble 'ow:. farm
toven mllM out from thN plctur-
tKQiio little town-
Garland tall, clad In a heavy
woolen shirt, khaki trousers, wool
en stocking and morcnslns; a llttlo
sluiRR' mustache bctraylnc sloamlac
white teeth when ho smile?.
Doris Demon footer ulster of
Oarland, sturdily built, hair cut
short, clad In knickers and a blue
AHco Edcorton friend of Dorl
and of Garland, blonde braid down
her back, clad In knickers and prcon
blouse, and UJlnc the soft thee"
and "thou" of the Quakers.
There xa' Laughter
As I stumbled across the darkneji
tho lights from tSo reconstructed '
chicken houso shono warm and yel
low. A blondo girl was slttlnc on
tho cot and hugging her knees con
templatively. A tall dark man was
reading something out of a book.
There was laughter. They greeted
"If folks would only get to know I
us." said tho Quakeress. I
As we Mt and talked Mlw Kdger-'
ton auddcaly said:
"Hast the bm fed?" ;
And so bll some argued and
) ' i rn o' lhsn's plays, b worli at
ruatd Carpenter, other books
eomhlnlBR poetry, history and scl-
nvn rlrsreites Qarlsnd leansa
in K (tr hi chair offerlog occasions. I
Ju.g und Prsttj and the rM ,
W'T. gion to Interpreting every
i thing throng, tho medium of nex." '
'be s.iUl. He didn't know but wh.it
Vm. other medium would do .!
' U? hadnt road "Terllum Organ .
inn." hut meant to. I'nderstood It
a; a meaty hook. Up wIMip.I m.-r.. !
P'opl0 would read Kdard Carpen- '
i Onre ho Jumped up to get Wt-b-
siers ueiinltlon of pathological
Then he ltd an animated discussion
as to tho exact relation between
pathos and disease.
Afterward ho took a volume of
poems by Edua St. Vincent Millay
under his arm and went to hL bed
In the barn.
Women SooUnc Ilnpplnex
The two women told me they aro
seeking happiness through this ven
ture of shaking off the trappings of
city life and living simply and
plainly and close to the soil. ,
Though ihy and wistful, Doris
Ilenson vigorously ileti.td that sho
agreed wholly with all of Garland's
"Any way," she said, "each per-,
son has to work out thoso thing
alone. What I want to learn Just
now, though, Is to be a good farm-l
j .iico j.ugcnon was iikcwiso anx-
.Ions to learn to be a good farmer
as part of the pursuit of happiness.
Almost as plcturesquo as Gar
land' has been tho career of this
friendly-eyed young woman who for
two years has lived without money. '
Her clothing has been of the sim
plest, one skirt, two middles, and
the plainest of ether garment. He
cently sho has subitltuted knickers
for tho skirt.
Her policy has been to work
wherever the was no-did, In ,1,
(Hugo Coim ible (to vtlhmer who
hit iwn knocked dowu by passim;
motorist): "You didn't see tho ntim-
bcr. but could you swear to tho
Vi.'.iger- "I dl.l. tmt I don't
!'.'' i- heard nil' "
Get results by using class ads.
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t ji(Vt x .O v t'.'A nJWM,
I. W. W. FLAYED AS
OUTLAWS BY SPEAKER
(Cotitliuiml ftom I'agK I)
Jttlt.i Kalian, s, ha Ivcn safely delivered to her father In America
after liavlns jounievol TOflo miles from llavarla In tho coro of postal
authorities iilic wi.io n parcel post tag
things tlii'v dmii not print nio hum
holuit elii'iilatinf hy wind of mouth
Thoy am hhiuk old unlawful hit, mil
tat Ion "
1 in t'llis: ouo Ji'.ir. when ili'ntnu
tlo niHiHitti"! Mule nt tlii'li' hi'ii'.ht
n.lld lllll'.ht'i, thu I V. W limiHt.'il
of tho ilestuii'tliin of $S, 01HI, (lilil
uortli it f iniipiTt) In thi It.ii'iaiiu-11'o
'I'IiIn was ii'itiinli'il as Nuihfiii'iiirt
hut nut tin' limit, for t li epr. mmI
1 home of n "boiler riH'Uld IH't i'Ur
1'i'i'lliig li rliinil
llnghi"! still ti'd hit nddreiis hv n
di'i l.irntlnii nf deep fi'i'lliu: on tin'
ilJi'it or I V W. Ism. At tin
i in lll.ltilll III' H.ltd lln was lli'ill.al m1.
as lung us ho held piihlle nffli'e, t.i
use Ins best nf fill Is to eiitsh the
I V V iirKiiult.itloii mid slauip n
We must aland mtaliist the I V
V he Mild, "(or the s.linn rwisons
tint iitgalllled sorlety prosetutei.
linn ti teis, arsonists mid luiri;l,irs
In. me In the mine il.ns im (m
f i llUiitleti. ullit the nriliri) K
i riil'ieiil of nrganlted sin let)
i lr "iH
ilatro Itcnnlan HI. IMul, thinks
he's thu world's only offlilM
sherlffrlt.' Hhu's had thst tltln
icnfrried tier by Hhrrirf John
Wiigenrr and h ","'', n ,mr tu
iroo It Hh cares fur womtn
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STARTING TOMORROW THURSDAY
Fully a month of l'.'o-Soason .i'IIhim:
others listened ,sho buut if brik hosplial or home, and to .iU t r
llttlo firs In th rsngs aad plied .rite such simple thlnss as suppd'd hi
with hot cbocolato and soup lft ' wants. Jloldlug suclt 1.1. u ,t a .,
from supper, nd fresb brown broad. ' nataral tuat she should grav.t.m.
Tbfeso persons who Jave figured so : eventually, to the habitat of Garland
In tho news are Just Ilka other per- wh,ire " ha I,prn livlnir quifl
fcons. It Mfcm-, onlq pcrl-ajih a l.ttl" for several months until th" demr
kluder. ture of Gai.ind's wlfo for Euri.p"
Over on the e uth IJil- I! .ron JiMln r.ilh d jm' Ii att'ti'loa to 'l-n
continued her rontenit'.ji .r- ' niillif'Tij re p. i i i
"She's thinking oiiout , , .n-l ' f . t " sh
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TONIGHT AT THE
2nd, 3rd, 4th
Wc do urge you to take full ad
vantage of this dress sale, as it af
fords you the opportunity of purchas
ing your winter dress at a greatly re
duced price. Bear in mind you not
only have the choice of the eastern
market but the largest stock to choose
from in this part of the state. What
ever your plans are in wearing apparel
be sure to include a dress.
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More remarkable is the fact that
this sale comes so early in the season.
Kight now you will find a greater se
lection of dresses in our stock than at
any other time of the year. To make it
more convenient to shop groups have
been formed at uniform pricings that
will appeal to the woman who knows
superiority in design and materia).
2nd, 3rd, 1tli
Peggy Page, Marion, American
Lady all are included, also thoso K. C.
U. garments purchased through our
New York office. The saving effected
through our New York office alone
should make these garments beyond
comparison, to .say nothing of the fur
ther price cuttings. Only your per
sonal inspection wfll prove to you Die
importance of a dress .sale like this.
ONE PRICE TO ALL
A Million Dollar Show for Ten Cents
Sec it tonight at the popular show house of Klam
ath Fails, where the price is small and the show is
House Peters in .
"You Never Know
The romance of a wealthy young man who lost
his fortune gambling. Also
TWO GOOD COMEDIES
Show Starts 6:15, 7:45 and 9:15
GROUPED TO MAKE SELECTION! EASIER
n-50 $i a -so
ALSO SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS ON T HE VERY HIGHEST PRICED DRESSES
No Exchanges All Sales Final
ALL ALTERATIONS FREE OF CHARGE
A Dress for Every Woman at a Price She Can Afford to Pay
Satin faced Canton
Crepe back Satin
, Canton Crepe
NOTICE Store closes at 8:30 P. M. sharp Saturday nights in compliance
with State of Oregon Industrial Welfare Commission, which prohibits the
employment of women in a retail establishment after that hour.
. THE WOMAN'S STORE
Con'.!r.j Friday Rodolph Valentino in the
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