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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1921)
COPCDS TO MIX "
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATUrtDAY, SEPTKIBKn IS, 1WM
At Hbo mooting of (ho baseball
managon- Thursday orontnir, a do
cMonl was made to contlnuo the
league) gamo unui somc-iimo in ue
taker and to .play ono full round bo
aHen tho game tomorrow, wbon the
CppcoB will crosii bain with the
feWlth ,tho doelslon to. play a full
round, there In un opportunity yot
tor thn Plumbobs U figure n pen
nnnt'wlrtnorn from what ha trans
pi red within tbo pant two weeks, a
big surprise, may n-walt tho Copco
who Iguro thnt winning thlc gamo
will, put (horn In rt notch wboro no
tonm can roach there with on ordi
nary .run o( luck.
Tho, Copco toara nro nald to bo
J not tulllvof ginger and pop follow
Ing tholr layoff of two weeks and
on -anny of thorn liar'o bad thu for
tuned" to securn a door In tho
wtiodif,"'' thn raw moot has atlrrvd
them to thn lavage degroo that they
nil feel that they con alam tbo ball
308 yard north of tho acorn board,
nlloo'at they boait of that ablllly.
"The lineup of both team baa
been kept under cover by both. Man
mora Thompson of the Copco and
flwaascn of tbo I'lumbobe. Ilotb
manacorn any that the nlnu Inning
garao tomorrow -will ho n hot eon
teat from Mart to flnlab. Tho gams
will bo called at 2 o'clock p, m.
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To Consider Sept. 19
Bouts Monday Night
It, II, Crump ha applied to tho
boilng commlfulon for a permit to
stage a four round flyweight boilng
ronton!, onn six round eoml-wlndup
and onn main evont of ten round on
Hoplomber 19 at thn Hcnndlnuvlun
hall ond baa aubmlttod thn name of
two of thn boxoni who am oipcctod
to appear, llobort It. lions nnd "Hob"
.The boxlntc commission consisting
of Fred Boulo, chairman, O. M. Hec
tor, K. Hugormon, Dr. II. I,. I), fltow
nrt and Fred Houston, will moot
Monday night at 8 o'clock with Pro
motor drump at Dr. Stewart's office
for a full explanation of thn prtipoal
tlon. Housing Shortage
i .Aif State Prison
HIOIIX PA 1,1 A, H, !., fiopt., 10
?'lto hdUntnc ehprtano liiis. reached
hn Heiith 'Dakota ronljontlflry
ilullt to' acconihilat'o 21fi prisoners,
(ho Inatltutlon la now caring for 301,
r' Ith lli'u proapect of npproilmaely
00 morn being milled by thn first of
tho year from thn fall term of elr
An old fhlrt factory, which ban
been In dlsuso tor years, la being
rninodcjlcil Into a coll jlormltory,
which according to Warden (leorgo
Jameson, will. Ukn rnro. of tbo ex
pcetcd increase In tho prison popu
lation nnd n number of truatloa ore
being housed In outbuildings both
innldo nnd outside tho prison walls,
in (I on tho prison farm n mllo away
until tbo convortod factory build
ing la ready, for fcccupnney &
HBAIl QAI.VIN'B UBAUTV Chorus
nt tbo Btrnnd, beginning Tuesday
I.OBT Pox torrlor, black and tan
with white bfon-t nnd bob tall,
ffamo "Uuator," Information or re
tlirif "would bo appreciated by Hattlo
Hall) 018 I'lno ntroet, or phono 122M.
' "" ' 10-12
I.OBT -2 rolls linoleum botwoon
MIU Addition, KJumath Falls, nnd
OorrlH, Cnllf,, on August 20, 1021,
Kindor ploimo return to'CltTransfer
offlco and rocolvo Toward. r 10
WANTEt Would hlro n carpontor
nt a roaaonablo wugo. llox 30, Mer
rill, Oregon. , , 1017
FOR BAM .1020 Old-mohllo, clan
lost car In Klamath Falls. 0 now
tin. Spot light and bumper. II,
1RO.O0 Your bw'ntorms. Apply Joo
tor'o Borvlco Htatlon. 11th and Pros
DON'T MIBB flaltln'w Musical Com
edy nt Btrnnd Thoatro beginning
Tuesday night, 013
A 0001) lKt) AND a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th near Main Bt.,
and nt Colonial annex, .741 Walnut
Ave. All outaldo nlry, room., 10
WANTED Ily a achooltboy, 1R a job
boforn and aftor school and Batur
day. Phono 4C1M. Ixuli Potenon.
CALVIN'S MUBICAI, COMKDV la a
woream. flo It at tho 8trand.be
ginning Tuoaday night. 013
FOR BAI,B Cadillac Speed truck
can bo aeon at work any day, priced
for quick aalo at I9G0.00. Inquire
for Mr. Bchmldt at Imperial garagn.
FOR HAI.tV-I'lums, crab applen,
awoet npplea and other klnda. 834
Conger Avo. 1014
CALVIN'S MUSICAL COMKDY la a
acream. Boo It at tho Strand be
ginning Tuiwday night. 913
Tbern will bo a aprclnt meeting
of tho Woman'a Auxiliary of thn Ame
rican legion, Tuonday ovenlng, Bp
tembor 13, at 7:30. octock In tho 1.
O. O, F building. Tbo prenldent ro
quooUi all mo in born to bo present an
buslniMM of Importnnco will corno bo
forn tbo meotlng.
1013 VINA COZAD, BC'y.
You are responsible for
thn night of your child and
tihould tnko atepa to aeo that
bo la not hnndlrapped In
school work by defectlvo via-
'. . -
I)ackwardnoss In study, C-
poclally, should bo taken as an
Indication of possible oyo
trouble whllo oven the clever
scholar who frowns whllo
working, or who suffers from
frequent headaches, mny bo
suffering from oyo strain.
1 Tho oyea of ovcry child
should bo oxamlnod to mako
quite auro whothor Rlanooa aro
needed or not.
FOR SALK 2C0-3000 Bavago rlflo.
Now. Ilnrgaln. No. 10 I.oomls Hldg.
Kamath Falls, .Oregon 1016
FOR BALK Romlngton Typewriter.
Practically now. No. 18 Loomln
DldK. Klamath Falls, Oregon. 1016
OALVIN'S MUSICAL COMKDY will
bring Its own orohostra and band
to tho Btrand, Tuesday night. 913
FOR RRNT Ilodroom with frfrnaco
boat, uso of bath, tolopbono and alt
ting room. 1003 High street.
I'honn 288M. 1011
H. J. WINTERS
Phuno 149-Wj, 708 Main St.
POPULAR SPACIOUS LODDY
'At the Center of
I1ROADWAY at STARK ST.
Wo suggest yov jrrlte, phono
or wlro tor reservations
Arthur II. Moycrs, Manager
A Conservative Bank it
not necessarily behind the
times -;,' 7
This Bank is thoroughly
modern, yet, it is a ronser
vative institution. The offi
cers study the needs of the
community and are always
ready to assist in meeting
them. i -i
The depositors interests
are carefully safeguarded.
The First National Bank
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
OALVIN'A MUSICAL COMEDY will
bring Ha own orchestra and band
to the Btrand, Taesday night. 9-13
The Rex Cafe
$1.00 Special Sunday Dinner $1.00
i Crab Cocktail
' ' Combination Salad
Cholco of 7- p,
Spring Chicken, n La Maryland
' Ilroudcd Veal CutleU, Country Gravy
1 Chicken Frlcassoo, Dumplings
,V. Cream Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Head Rice
r. .Cholco of '
8trawberry or Vanilla Ico Cream.
, Cnruicl, Chop Sucy or Marsbmellow Sundao
Iced Tea Coffeo Tea Chocolate Milk
the ideal method
' Electrically equipped kitchens hold
no terrors for the housewife. They
are cool, cozy, and comfortable in
&fne summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
j stoves. The, expense is surprising
ly low. Let us tell you about it.
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Don't fail to read the Herald CUuified Ada.
MONEY TO LOAN
8 PER CENT to 9 PER CENT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
517 Main St.
Representing William MacMaster '
Special Sunday Dinner
Served in an Appetizing Manner
k m a a l t t t j i I 1 liiAiiAitiil
THE FOLLOWING MKNV AWAITS YOU,
Orange Shrimp Cocktail
Chicken Frleaaeee with Green FeM
Roost Chicken with Celery DroosUg
Baked Ham With Southern QraTT .
Candled Sweet Fotatoea
Cholte of '
Orange Lemoa Crash
rrult Jello With Cake
l- Iced Tea