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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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At the Theatres
LASSEN PLANT? QUITS "'" tuMfoJi-rt rfc H'i mwrtm
Tonight If M wnnl in laugh nee
Owen Monro In "Tim Dwpernte
Hero"' nt tl'm Btr.vul. Thcro la's.ild
The Office Cat
'Twos the night boforo Chrlistmns
Whra nil through llio house,
Not a creature was stirring,
Not oven n mcuro.
Tho buckets wcro placed
Ily tho chimney with enre,
In horns that thd Coal Man
Boon would bo there.
(O. A. l K Slnilon)
Ability of eggs to hatch will lio
ilctcrmlnoil tn n very largo oto:it
hy tho earo tho hens reecho nt this
lime ef the ear. Illrds with cold
or those run down In limit li will not
produce cgp that will hnteh well.
Tim tinia Dint wnnl it flnl ftll l..t
tho spring of thofyipar are Che nh'eR
i . fV
mat nave neon laying miring mo
winter, or la other words Ihoy arc
llio winter layers or most profitable
birds. l.'pgsjrom birds of t Ills' type
should bo raved to reproduce the. '
flock for anuthor year, rather than j wl'c! from Washington
from those that have loafed nil wH-! Irving' "Thr Lcgon of Pleepy Uol-
where hew iilntu'i liatl Ken. loTal.'
SliMimlllo SjuWiiIIIn Shut IIohii for ml, one rule from Vtood Ji'Ur
Wimei-t lto Pnetmy CoiiIIiuii'm ! ""',- 'n,u ""'l' v"1 '", ,l'" ,,""l i
I tiimi torn iti'iin h thu wimK
Cam I vi ("Id. fit i
Sl'SlAN'VU.U:, Calif.. Dor 21.--
l tup ivwn uroworv tmitply com
Thu L.tinrn l.umlini nml 11. .v aiii . witiv i.nn Alnu.nl U- i.tniWuit .... m. ' I
to he n laugh every second In this I My j,ns ,.osed lit saw mllh for lhe' ni-1 mill fi the ipnnm. The I n
plrture. It's n laiiRhliiq nlRht at
tho StranJ tor there will ho two
comedies besides the main feature.
j vTemerrow nlnht will he niristmas
tounln1 storn nlsht with many ex
Irn'iirltM $ltn nwny. Theso In
elude turkeys, chickens, candy,
plum pudding and a beautiful celar
Sut:i.iy "Tho Headless Horseman"
ter and ate Just coming Into laying.
0. Ai C Kxp. station. '
About nil we ospect In rctura If
Yellow nnd pink checkore.d seek
tie that wo wouldn't wear to a bull
A box of "Kl Cnbbaseo do Tun
kos" with which wo can later Insult
Two or thrco "fnlsc front" silk
shirts In colors fit for a Jockey.
A'nd fierhaps a dozen pair of
"Puncture" brand silk nocks
"guaranteed to bo shqt In heel In
six months or your money rcfundeJ."
Heos need to ho kept tjulot for the
next two mouths. Do not disturb
them for any reason. If possible. If
lalo focdJjg Is necessary It shoitlj
ho done ns quickly as poblo by us
ing wnrm syrup. 0. A. ('. Uxt. vr-vice.
wratir imtrlttiK. During the lime the factory, however. will upurnt.
mlllii mo cloned n crow will ho kept i thniimhoui the winter,
ail.i the plant will bo thoroughly re-j Tho rntitimny pl.tas lo r.lnrl next
novated nnd repaired for next 'sens- si nson with tipproxlmntely l.-tno m. n
oil's tun. ' nt (lie plft.itmil In llio woods on u
The hes factory win eoniliiup to uiveli larger bmIo thnn In Hie pft'sl
run the entire wintur, Tlio rompnuy plans if.i liulldlni:
The 1! JJ reason has been the hesti tueety.four new lumsee during the
slnco the '.mils wereibullt lre tti rloicd seaftn.
ymrs oro, i ! "
A new rftmp la-being eoaslructed' Adviirtlslng psys. Try It nnd sen.
If wo carried a lot of Insuranco on
our life, hero oro soma of tho gifts
wo would mnke:
For tho butcher, whoso hand wo
havo beught time n-ad tlmo again, a
ecalo. with oaough electricity charg
ing throuph It to knock him on his
ear every time hois much as put a
finger oru it.
For the milkman, a pair of wings,
o wo wouldn't havo to listen to his
horso.llko foot falls coming up tho
back stairs la tho wee 'hours of tho
' For tho Janitor A pocket radio
ontflt, so wo could locate him onco
in a while.
For the family upstairs: A steam
trip-hammer to cnablo them to shako
tho foundations of tho building in
moro efficient style.
For our neighbor's cat Aa i
healthy doso ot chloroform. It sleeps
all day and warbles all night with
nary a :lct-up.
And Inst but not least, for frlcnJ
wife 'Maxim Sllcncor', to be put on
at regular Intervals so that cho could
como up for nr owe in a while.
Land foul with weeds, crop rem
nants! or bunches of grass and sol
proves particularly Inrltlng to In
sects as n breeding ground. Here
tho majority ot our Injurious cut
worms, meadow maggots and wire
worms, occur. Cleaning up the fields
will do much to.provent serious In
festations of such pests. O. A. C.
low" will tip shown in a continuous
performar.:o from IS: 13 to 11 P. m l
A siecUl''inatlnec for scho.M eiilld- j
rei will lc given nt t o'clock Sat- (
In this picture Will linger lakes
the part ef Ichal-otl Crane, which
Insures a worthwhile presentation ot
this grta.. clastic character. I's
narrow escape from being larre.1
and featl-red will glvv you the
thrill of your life and when ho meets
tho beadles horseman, Who. It
w.ll send the shivers dowS lyuur
A colJ, wet hen -needs her food to
warm up and dry her feathers rath
er thad for egg psoductlon. If tho
birds are kept only for egg produc
tion, better results will be obtalnci',
if they are confined, providing prop
er managomcat Is carried out by
properly feeding them to mako them
rxirclao nnd keep busy. Out one
day and confined the next does not
make a satisfied, contented hca.
Contentment tends toward egg pro
duction. O. A. C. Exp. station.
MRS. CARMACK OUSTED
Wife of Discoverer of Klondike is
Honored as AdmtnUtmtrix
Ed Vannleo says tlmo Is fleeting,
but many peoplo try to beat it.
A colored pastor announced to his
congregation the following subject:
"Brotbren and platers, 1'so gwlno to
preach n powahful sermon dls morn
In. I'so gnina to define the-undc-finablo,
I'so gwlno to explain the tin
explainable, and I'eo gwlno to un
screw tho unscrutahlo."
Jack Kimball says don't Judge a
man by his appearance. lie may be
supporting an nutomobllo.
"Thcro is no goal tjat is as near
urn u appunrH io mo nopciui or as
remcto ts it rcems to the timid,"
oays Lloyd Gcorgo.
But, always, there Is a goal. If wo
Tho goal In on tho rotvi of hope.
Jurt over somo hill, and while we
keep E(-3g, If draws nearer.
AUllUnS', Call.'.. Dec. 21. Ac
cording to word received hero from
Seattle, Mrs. Margnerlta Carmack,
widow of George V. Carmack, ills
covere'r of tho Klosillke, has been re
moved In the superior court thcro
ss administratrix ot his MOO, 000 es
tate because sho Is legally a resident
A bhnk filled out hy Carmack
when tho 1910 icnsus was taken was
exhibited to show that he acknow
ledged that Sirs. Orapbio Shaftlg or
Dcrkelcy, who startod proceedings
against the award ot tho estate to
the widow, was his daughter.
Similar Cose In 1'lnccr
Mrs. Marmack recently applied in
the superior court hero to havo the
portlcb of tho estcto In this county.
set aside to her as tho widow. Tho
petition was set asldo by Judgo J..
II. Landls, following an attack on
Mrs. Carmack'o status as a legal wife
by Mrs. Shaftlg.
"Her Mad llargaln," n First Na
tional attraction starring Anita
Stewart, is nt the I'Ino Tree theatre
Friday nnd Saturday.
Tho film deals In realistic man
aer with the llto of a pampered so
ciety Idol who suddenly finds her
self cut off from all tho wealth and
luxuries she has becu accustomed o
Faced by this situation, utterly tin
ablo to make her own way in life,
she enters Into a mad bargain thnt
will Insure her tho extravagant
things of life shn has bcon used to
The story combines tenre realism
with pathes, humor and swift ac
tion, Anita Stewart Is bowltcfils-g-ly
charming in the leading rol? ot
Ono unusual scene Is shown In
an automobile accident where the
star runs over a small boy. Only
, a blood transfusion ran mvo the
lad's life and Atlco .I-auibert, hum-
' ble and penitent as tho result of
her carolftUDess, offers herself.
Tho cart of the young bey is
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iHlU r.mi'11 imiiuinwuu, . i.w
will be remembered hy thousands of
film followers for bJs Juvenllo roles
in "What's Your Hurry" and "The
Love Special.',' Ills Intensely human
characterization of tho yvues news
boy adds Immensely to the pl'turr
la Its contribution of humor nnd
Walter McOrall has tho le.dlnr
malo role and tho balance of the
cast Includes Arthur Edmund Ca
rcw, Ortruac Aster. Helrn liny
inond. George II. Williams. Adln
Farrington, Margaret McWale. Will"
Badger and Perey Challenger. i
Masonic and Eastern Star
CHRISTMAS TREE AT MASONIC HALL
7:30 P. M.Friday Evening,
Dep. 22, 1922.
AH Maton s, Enslcrn Stars nnd their
families cordially invited.
Friday light Dec
TWO BIG MAIN EVENTS
FIRST MAIN EVENTTEN ROUNDS
Of the U. S. Army, weight KM Potnul.n
' EARL RITCHIE
Of Klnmntii Fnlln, weight 19.? I'ouiuln
Playing At Tie Liberty
A (illtl.tliiK Driiuiii of Life
hi which 1:ir;i
1'l.iy font' (Ihttncl
Livable (il.u!) Wnllcm In
SECOND MAIN EVENT EIGHT ROUNDS
KID -EVANS VS. SID HERBERT
Vtnanr, Cel , MB lbs. Son Francisco, 148 lb.
SEMI-WINDUP, SIX ROUNDS
JACK HARMON -VS. LORANCEDAW
Weight M5 lb.n. VVeiehl 1-16 Iba.
THE BIGGEST BOXING COMPETITION EVER
HELD IN TH STATE OF OREGON
Ctirlain Rair. DARRELL RITCHIE, 135 lbs., vs.
DOUGLAS PERILLARD, 135 lbs. both of Klnmath
Falls. Four rounds.
Ladies welcome. Doora open nt 3 o'cioclt, box
inc; 0 o'clock. Reserve your tickets early. Good
Clean Sport. '
Tickets on sale December 7th at Waldorf Billiard
Management Klnmath Falls Boxing Commission.
Promoter F. M. Garich.
Andy Green sayj soma follji
should wear & placard over their
mouths which reads, "Opened by
First wife Does your husband
giro you your housekeeping money
or do ypu hnvo to ask hlra for It.
Socond wlfo Uloth, my Jear.
should havo your attention.
Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
prices are right, on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama
oack. Your business is solicited.
0.' Peyton & Xq.
XOTICK OF SAI.K
Notlco is hereby given thnt Lt
the ranch of K. A. Shulmlro about
coven miles south ot Klamath Falls,
Oregon, os- January C, 1922. nt"2:30
o'clock I. M.. I. tho undersigned,
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon
will 30II at public auction to tho
highest bidder for cash in hand the
following personal property, to-wlt:
2 Jersey Cows.
1 Itcd Durham Cow.
12 llolsteln Ccrn-J.
1 Orcy Goldlfcg, ,agod C years.
1 Sorrel Filly, aged I years.
1 Hay Ueldlng aged 3 years.
1 Black "elding oged 7 yee.rs.
1 Cay Gelding aged 7 years.
1 Hay Mare, aged 0 yoars
i Promoter F. M. Garich. I
mgMKv.i jl.j! trj six, juu '.i .v. sit 'imjmsaRaBsiagHcng
fl rcrtrsMiTOPji.ii.riii.fi rmrf,rry.Tr,-Tfrr.TrTBr.. ytTJt
.. TONIGHT AT THE
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'"in ii ii'iMimii in'ii i n tiii'i'"! i inVi iTi i nr ' fm snwi i ii il
.Vow laurels aro brought to ih"
fasclsatlng Kqulty star. Clara Kim
ball Young in her litest mntlon-plc-ture
appcaranco "Charge It" written
by Sada Cowan, tho noted author
of 'Straight From Taris" aai 'Hush '
It Is seldom that a photoplay should
make aurh a direct attack on human
faults and reveal tho weaknesses ti
which a modern wlfo Is llablo to suc
cumb. At its tltlo suggests 'Charg -If
1s an Indictment of tho emlavlng
habit fit a credit awount. Hy go
Jng to the depths of this problem
Miss Yomm has ndd&l to tho sub
ject matter of tho svecti and ie
tratnl t.o tho bptttm of toraptatltn
A part from tho r.uw insight that i
Thargo It" affords on the p.'tfalls (
of married life, tb(s prolcctlon '
stands out among many in the u-
narallolcd Imnersonntlon of four
Another Great S.tory of the Frozen North
Friday and Saturday
A Cyclohc of Laughter
OWEN MOORE in
"The Desperate Hero"
A Lauj-h Kvcry Second. A ho
TWO GOOD COMEDIES
Show Starts 6:15 P. M.
TViia sitA ta Yi mireiinnt In IliW
..ltln !, ..Inflll'a nf ItnnK 1 . . I I If.. fl. Kilnft ?
upon personal property for labr rand wealthy extravagant I
feed arpeaded. nnd in- this lien . ' , ,hn . ,hnl
..rl. Rhnlmlrn Is claimant and K.I Wild OI a
A. Shulmlro la defendant, and said ficklo, gay coquotto "vamping" an
fq'reclosuro and sale aro had for tho olnor rr.aa: thirdly as tho humblo
purposo of satisfying claimant's Hen i Mtaurant h0! ln a f pm'mon ro?ort.
imthesum ot ju&ii.uu ujKeuiur .. . ....
tho costs of sale.
Dated: December 20th. 1322
L. u. LOW,
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
Hy HUKT E. HAWKINS,
D 21,28 .DP"t
ah.i ri..il.. nu tlwi rinrlit. loYlnK
, Ulll ,iu-.. - - ...--..--,
wlfo of her devoted nusDnnu-earn
part portrayed with striking like-1
vtts to tho rolo. Sen "Charge It"
at the Ubory tonight.
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Z'tim v fl i
Her AAad. mfcc
A ilrnii. a c st ry of a glrl'A stiagst bargain wiib a mun for ono
year f happlnLm
Busier Kcaton Comedy, "My Wife's Relations"
Select News. Ray Lucas, Organist
Friday Matinee For Children Only
3 SPECIAL ATTRACTION FOR
SUNDAY AND CHRISTMAS
'Me I'll lilt fliifli
eThe Legencl of
nii: lAi. t iiij.miK.Y.i
I tOO I'. M.
tt-aujrTTHigiTm.aaewareatcHKsg.i'ii ihwiii iui.wi.ui
H Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ads.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tough on Danny
V4ELEI4 AREVOU IH THERE
AGAIH' ARET YOU FEELIWfi
OH I'M ALLRIGHT-
DON'T LET ME.
I IHTEKFEKC will' .
VOOR GOING OUT.
HELLO. IS MR. DRAKE.
THERE? HEUO CHARLEY
SAW. DIP VCJO GET
THOSE F1CUCES FOR.
MD? "AJU DID, FIME -I'LL
RWM OVER AMD GET
THEM- ID LIKE, TO LOOK.
'EM OVER TONIGHT-
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( PUT VOU To BED HE
HAS TO GO OUT ON
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. IT'S 0EEWALOMG TIME
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