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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAV, BRITEMJIKll Wf, 1KU;
by 17 TO I
Tho Rwnuna bnsobnll team yes
terday afternoon boforo a grandstand
filled wlth'rootors defeated tho Jew
el team by the dcclstvo score of 17,
to a aided by tho Inspiring music of
iho Klamath Falls band, under tho
direction of Fred Sootuk, band mast-
or. There was somothlngjlolng cvrry
mrnuto of tho' gamo and when there
wero no quips shot out Into tho flotd
to teaso tho players, selection by
tho Wad filled In tho void.
Athlotla stunts wero Indulged In
by tho Jowols and Dwnunas prior to
, tho game, and a footrace between the
team mombors from tho score bop.nl
to thq grandstand wan a "sci'cam".
Bach toam tried to "fudge" on the
other In order to win tho $S worth
'of free harboring and, also a meal
ticket good at tho Jowol Cafe. Tod
, Montgomery won tho barberlnr, jirlzo
and Tlodenhclmor tho "oats".
Tho .rejuvenated Ewauna team
yesterday afternoon played run I ball
anil woro as different from tholr Inl-
' tlal appearance In Juno as daylight Is
from darknoss. Ileal teamwork was
shown whllo tho Jowol team was
slightly off color. Fallc, tho now pit
chcr for tho Jewels was hit freely at
critical times and tho Kwaunas won
by batting tho ball at such times.
8barkoy Hutchison was up to his us
ual good standard and pitched n
gamo which reflected upon his i list
showing, this gamo bolng bottcr'than
,nny past oiporlcneo.
Tlio EHrnuna team now hai a Kood
, chance to win tho pennant nnd tho
'Jowols still havo a fighting shr.w.
From tho conversation hoard by tho
. Jlwauna mombors, tho next contest
which their team flguros In will bo a
rovolatlon ns Manngor DagKott lino
', boss "un played card8 up his sleeve."
Following Is tho scoro-kccpcrs tally:
All II II 1"0 A K
' Ocrgcs, c 5 3 4 0 3 "0
(lay, 2 1) 3 3 2 4 0 1
ICsuston, S3 3 2 112 0
jjK llortenhclmor, 1114 1 13 0 0
JjJiCJorty, W 4 2 2 0 0 0
Carson, CF 3 2 2 10 0
Cerhlno, HK no 10 0 0
, , Wilson, 311 3 10 3 2 1
. Hutchison, I 4 3 4 9 2 0
' Totnl 34 17 17 21 9 i
AH It II 10 A K
V.Sninar, LP 3 0 0 0 0 0
"Uunlap fli 3 1 1 C 0 0
T. MontKomnry, C 3 0 0 2 3 0
Cross,. UP 2 0 0 10 0
I.uo, 211 2 0 12 11
Norman, 311 3 0 0 10 2
Falk, I 2 0 1 6 2 Q
Southwell. 83. 2 0 0 3 0 0
, J. Posplsll, HF 2 110 10
Total ,22 2 4 21 7 3
Hroro Ity InnUiKM II H K
Hwaunas 0 S 1 1 6 4 0--17 17 2
Jowols 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 3
Ilattorlcfl Rwaunas, Ilutchlson &
Jowols, Falk & Montgomery.
Karned Runs, Hwaunas 6, Jowols 2,
Home Runs, Cody, Bodonholmor.
Two Diiso Hits, aorges 2, Hutchi
son. Ilaso on Balls, Hutchison 1, Falk
.Struck out, Hutchison 8, Falk 6.
Hit by pitcher, CroBS, Houston. '
Umpires, Montgomery, Dr. Noel.
Tlmo of gamo, 2 hours, 10 min
'Arcade Hotel Bus
Now Runs Daily,
Chris Dianas, proprlotor of tho
Arcado hotol, has Instituted tho
first froo bus sorvlco ovor tried out
In Klamath FallB, starting tho
handsomo new 20-passengor bus on
Us work Friday. Passengers ar
riving In tho city woro notified that
no foo was chargod for taking
thorn to tho Arcado hotol.
Tho now bus Is a handsomo aft
fair, noatly arranged and commo
dious on the inside. A porter as
sists the passengers with their bag
gago, and access to the soaU Is
mado easy by threo low steps at
tho Tear. '
The Metropolitan garage was the
builder, and except tor 'the motor
It la a Klamath Falls product.
COURT AMOWS SAM3
Sale of a loaso and potato crop,
part of tho property of tho Dixon es
tnto, is allowed Besslo M. Dixon In
an order Issued by tho county court
Saturday, setting aside the order of
June 26. The property Involved to
valued at f 6B0.
HE'S NOT DOING SO BAD AFTER ALL
4- ' 3oN' IM WAV ahead I i
vvS fillp) of T&e Procession l
1 LITTLE HOPE
OF GETTING WELL
OREGON MAN BUFFERED FOR
FIVH YEARS NOW EATS,
HLV.KVH AND WORKS FINE
"I oat hotter, sloop bottor, and
work bottor than I havo in years,
and Tanlac dosorvos tho crodlt,"
said Thoodoro Dates , R. F. D. No.
3, box 113, Portland, Oregon.
"I had stomach troublo In Its
worst form for at least five yoars,
and tor tho past two or. three years
was In such bad shape that half the
tlmo I wasn't ablo to do any work
at nil and was scarcely ablo to drag
mysolf around. I ato barely enough
to sustain llfo, and oven then. I suf
fered torturo at times from Indiges
tion. I was so nervous I got very
little rest olthor day or night, and
In tho mornings I would got up
with n splitting hoadacho.
"I had very llttlo hopo of over
being woll again when I started on
Tanlac, nnd It cortnlnly Is romark-
nblo tho way this modlclno has rid
mo of nil my troubles and flxod me
up so that I fool bottor tttan I have
In many years. Tanlac nas.cortain-
ly dono a good .Job for mo."
Tanlac and Tanlac Vegetablo
Pllts sold by Druggists ovorywhere.
Airplanes to Take
Census of Elk
VISALIA, Cal., Sopt. 26. Alr
plnnes will bo used to holp dotcrmlno
how many oik roam the plains be
twoon tho Tohachlpl Pass and Kings
River and Elk Hill and Bnkersflold
If tho govornmont authorities grant
tho request of J. 8, Ifuntor, of tho
stato fish and gamo commission, for
tho machines. Preliminary flight's
woro mado rocontly in a survoy of
tho oik hords.
No nccurnto count has ovor been
mndo of theso, natlvo. California oik
which havo boon Increasing qulto
rapidly In rocont years. Tho wlld
nees of tho country has procludcd
ground oxpodltlons from bolng a sue
cow and tho first air flight showed
that this could succood If tlmo woro
allowed for n numbor, of flights.
Tho California oik onoo roamod
tho ontlro stato but In tho early
'70's had dwindled to about two pair
whon tho slaughter woo stopped by
order of tho Mlllor and Lux firm,
which owned most of tho San Joaquin
valloy. Slnco then the elk havo in
creased nndor state protection and
tho fish and' gamp commission Is now
anxious to ascertain their approxi
23 New Members on
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Bu
geno, Sopt. 26. (Special) To fill
tho places loft vacant by resignations
and to provldo.for tho large growth
that has come to cortatn departments,
23 newfaculty members of the Univ
ersity of Oregon are heTe, ready to
take up their work at the opening
of the tan term today,
REFORM HOHOOIi DOTS
IlUUiDING OWN SCHOOL
SOUTH PORTLAND, Me., Sopt. 26.
Inmntos of tho Stato School for
Doys, a reform Institution, afo build
ing a school house for thomsolvos.
Thoy dug the collar, built the
forms, pourod concroto'for tho foun
dation walls and placod heavy boams
In position. Now, thoy aro doing tho
moro ndvancod work on tholr brick
building, using bluo prints undor tho
supervision of artisans.
! General John J. Pershing, photo
graphed as ho left Now York for
Franco to ropresent America at th
burial of Franco's "unknown sol-
. MsssKBBsrtsaiiBMkaMasjtxBMssltdnsBwsasaeii h tHBiiHa
Klamath Falls , Mattile
and Granite Works
1040 Main St
STATU TO OWm LECTURES
ON HONEY INDUSTRY.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 26. Lec
tures on bee-keoptng methods are to
be given at Berkeley and Los Ang
eles noxt December by government
and University of California authori
ties under tho auspices of the Cali
fornia Stato Bee-keepers' Association
and tho Utalvorslty. ,
The lectures will be given at Berk
eley from Docombec 6 to 17 and In
Los Angeles from December 5 to 10.
Make that Idle OoUku- work I Put
It tm the bank.
It your eyes are not
working together If one
et them h unequal to Us
tk you are under a
If your eyos are not
serving you proporly,
everything you do will
be worse than It should
be tboagh. seeming
right to yon.
Think what this means.
How easily ai reputation
lor skill, may slip away
from you and your earn
ing 'sapaclty lessened!'
You 'ean only be at
your best while both eyes
are giving you tholr best
service. It they aro, not,
wasto no time In hesita
tion, bnt sail and let us
make a eareful examina
H. J. WINTERS
Phono 149-W. 70S Main St.
1 i T
LET tho departed enee be honor
cd overn in the grave. 1. the
sculptured marble sHrecS our foot
stops to the scene et their long
sleep; IVet the chiseled epiUpb re
peat their Bumes atfd toll where re
poso the nobly good and wise.
Tho Lowls family at tho Strand
thoator, yostorday dftornoon and
evening pleased their audiences, and
with tho big featuro film "Tho
Mask", mado a program that gave
all patronc a plentiful entortaramont
for their monoy.
Mr. Lewis Is a clover magician and
Introduced somo novo! tricks. His
wifo Is rated as ono of tho best lady
ventriloquists on tho American
vaudovllto' stago and her work was
appreciated by thoso of the audience
who care for that form of entertain
ment. Tho Lowls tots, boy and girl,
are coratag artists. In fact, In some
features of tholr part of the program
they may be said to havo arrived.
The boy was especially clever with
the drum and their singing and danc
ing specialties made a big hit with
Jack Holt, one of tho actors In
"The Mask", was formerly a Klam
ath county cowboy, It Is said, and
recognised on the screen by friends
In the audience. Tho picture has a
gripping plot and contains thrills In
every Inch of the film.
The same picture will .be shown
tonight, with a change In the vaude
ville bill. Tomorrow night there will
be another change qf program. ,
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Untied Stittw Xb1 OftVe,
Lakovlew, Oregon, Sept; 16; 1011.
Notice la hereby given that John T.
Cotman, A. F. Walter Krosso, and
August L. Andrleu, alt of Merrill,
Oregon,' has applied for an oil and
gae permit, undor Section 13 of the
act of February 26, 1920 (Public,
No. 146), for,
First: ' Beginning with tho north
wost cornor, of. tho SWitt -of tho
NWU of Section 15( In Township 41
South, Range 10 East, W. M.; thence
ono mllo'E.; -thence; 140 rods south,
to tho California line; thence west to
Intersection of the Klamath Lake
moandor lino and tho Oregon-California
line; thenco in a northwesterly
direction to tho intersection of tho
Klamath' Lake moandor lino with tho
wost line of Section 16; thence north
to point of beginning, containing 164
acres, moro or less.
Second; Lots 3-4-5, Section 12.
and Lots 3-4, Section 1, Township 41
South, Range 9 East, Willamette
Meridian, containing 82.66 acres,
more or low.
Third: Lota '5-6-7-8. Section 2,
Township 41 South, Range .9 Ernst,
1 -, X
HEALTH IS JOY AFTER
A LINGERING ILLNESS
MONDAY HEALTH TALK
(BY DR. MAIiUrTT)
There aro many forms of lingering
lllnoes from which women suffer that
make constant Invalids ot them. Ono
of tho most hopeless ot these. Is what
is known as "bone consumption." It
Is a alow disease usually,- and unless
chocked, may keep its victim an inva
lid for years.
Whether chlropractlo to beneficial
or not will depend, on conditions, the
pgo ot tho patient, tho duration of tho
dlseoso and tho stago at which it has
arrived. But undor ordinary circum
stances thoro la good hope ot success
PRESSURE ON SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES OF
THE FOLLOWING ORGAHS:
ISpiiui wslowu urns
The lower nerve
ING OLASS IS PINCHED
PINCHED NERVES CANNOT
THE UPPER NERVE IS
FREEAS NATURE INTENDS.
DRS. MALLETT & liiALLETt
Office, Over Underwood Dry? &iori
Phone 539-J for Appointment
W. M containing 49.90 acres, more,
Feurth: NEV4 NB4 Section .
Township .41 South, Range 10 Bast,
W. M containing 40 acres, moro or
loss, all In Klamath' County, Stato ot
'Any and all persons having ad
vorso or conflicting claims to said!
land 'aro hereby notified that ei full
statement, under oath, of such claim
should be filed In this office together
with an application showing a super
lor right to a permit 'or loaso under
said act or- in Hon of such applica
tion, b showing of a valid existing?
advorae or conflicting claim to the,
land or tho minerals therein under
tho public land laws, on or before
the 27th-day of October. 1921: oth
erwise such claim may bo disregard.
ed in granting the permit or leas
JAB. T. BUKUEHB,
--i i ii xtBaam.
- baked ki Just-fh
"Health has tho
right- ot way on
tho Road, to Suc
cess, Newy, but
you'll find sick
ness runs a lot
UFFERED FOR YEARS AND I
NOW IS WELIj
"I was taken sick at 'ago 16,
with a sorero white swelling." I
was under tho care of sovoral
physicians and finally In consul
(atlon they pronounced It "bone
ponsumptlon," 'and incurable. I
pas In bed three years' and sut
erod altogether fourteen, years .,
before I turned to chiropractic.
I am woll now and feeling fine."
Statoment ot Pearl, Wright,
signed jointly by G rover 'Wright,
.Pearl Wright and Mary Wright,
i '.j ' i
Chlropractlo Research Bureau,
WHEN HEAITH BBGINS de
pends on when' you telephone'
539-J tor an appointment. Con '
sulfation is without eharge,