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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OOTODEB B, 1M1
wFiwfcnnrjjr; &7i. : 4Z'
LOOK FOR GOOD ,
Th?y Know Who'll Win Series
SAM FRANCISCO, Oct. 8. Foot
1ml I toanin, representing tho biff uni
versities' and collogoi) of tho Pacific
roast, nonrly nil stronger, than thoy
wore a year ago, swing Into action
early. In Octobor "with Ramon against
tho dull tnnmfi nml nmnllni nrlinnln
The' 'first Pacific coaBt conforonco
RnMAg nro (scheduled for Octobor 22,
"Mont of tho coast toama will bo
ntreager and competition will bo
something florco thlfl yoar," "Sby"
lluatlhgton, hond coach at tho uni
versity of Oregon, Bald rocontly In
glvlag his vIowh of tho coming soa
Unlvorslty of California,, which
woa tho conforonco tttlo last yoar
with an unprocodontod totnl num
ber nf points, and defeated Ohio
State Unlvorslty at Pasadena, Cat.,
Now Year's Dny, this yoar promises
to liavi) nnothnr "wondor loam."
Only throo,. members of tho unde
feated 1020 elovon did not roport
for practice this season.
"Heat California," nppoara to bo
thn motto of fall const trninn on t)io
Hlae and Gold BChodulo. Tho other
coaforonco members, Stanford Unl
Tornlty, Unlrorslty of WashlnRton,
Orogon, Washington Stato coIIoro
and tho OrOROn Aerlcultural col
Ioro, snom dotormlnod to tako tho
chniaplonshlp away from tho Cali
fornia team. Tho Cnllfornlans say
It cannot bo done
Two conchoa now to tho confer
eneo will handlo toams this soaaon.
Ono is Enoch Bngshnw, Unlrorslty
of WashlnRton Rraduato, who has
rolnrnod to his alma mator to help
hor team out of tho last placo .ditch
It was In last yoar. Tho thor now
coach Is done Van Ohent, formor
Wisconsin playor, who will handlo
Outside tho' conforonco, tho Unl
Tcrnlty of Southern California, Unl
vortdty of Nevada, St. Mary's col
IcRe, Wlllamotto University, Occl
dnntnl University and Whitman col,
lego nro biilitllng up strong teams,
In tho hopo of dofcatlnR tho organ
ization members whon thoy meet.
WINS TUG G' WAR
A program of sports mado an ln-
toroRtlnR afternoon for tho crowd
at tho fairgrounds yostordays. Tho
farmers' tUR-of-wnr team dofoatod
tho merchant's toam, desplto tho
Vesi efforts of tho town nggroga-
'tloliJ" Harry Poolo roforeod tho
L'mateh, and tho teams lined up as
! t Farmers Calvin, Chostor and
Lntbor Hasklns, L. Qerston, Prank
MeCornack, Durrolt Short, Harry
1-Uooth, Ouy Merrill, W. B. Ham
mond and W. 0. Dalton.
Merchants 0. H. Harpst, Will
(Baldwin, Austin Hayden, J. R. Kej
Irley, W. B. Durbln, Tom Wntfers,
t'Ooorgo drlzzlo, F. L. Smith, Jamoa
RKoarns. and Floyd McMlllon.
it,', Youngsters Events
I ,J Juvonllo ovents, undor tho direc
tion of Itobort Clayo, manual train
ing loachor for tho city schools, ro-
suit as follews:
K ' ' Bl-ynrd dash First, Alox Clioyne,
''Falrvlow; second, Kddlo Sbulmlro',
!' Miller Hill.
: nirio" el nil nn.vnrd dash First.
WsssmS wmsBslsWkx. v $fl3sm&
Both these bora have the Inside dope on who will win the world's
Baseball championship. Tommy afeQuado, left, has proof that uo .
aianUwWwln. But he can't convlnco Eddlo Bennett. Tommy mascot J
for the QlanU and Eddto la the human talisman for tho Yanks.
(lonural awards for exhibits at
tho county fair, nnnounoed by tbo
Judges yesterday, aro as follews:
CI bum O. a Vegetable
Pumpklns First, Waltor Robin-
son; socond, Anderson A Rollllng.
Pumpkins, largest First, Walter
Turnips First, Andernon & Roll-
Cabbaeo First, Atlco Kos; sec
ond, Mrs. 12. Schlssel.
Cauliflower First, Mrs. B. Schls
Colory First, Warren Patterson.
Six oars sweet corn First, Mrs.
E. Schlsmd; socond, Anderson &
Hubbard Squash First and Sec,
ond, Anderson & Rollllng.
Squash, largo.it First, oxhlblt
No. 217; second, Anderson it Renting.
Tablo. Roots First, II. P. Thom
as; second, Allco Kos.
Onions, six First, L. M. McKcn-
zlo; second, H. P. Thomas.
Tomatoes First, W. 8. Slough;
second,, Wattor-Itoblnton,- ,-
Display of vegotnblos First, Mrs.
I). Hooper; second, Mrs. -A., Kos,
Form products display First,-
Mrs. II. C. Parker.
Fruit display First, Mrs. J. B.
Knmnn; second, Mrs. J. Hooper.
Dulry buttor First, Mrs. Warren
' Home mado soap First, Mrs. J.
McCluro; socond, Mrs. J. K. Bnman.
Cottago Cheese First, Mrs. D.
Honoy In combFlrst, Anderson
& Rollllng; second, C. N. Snow.
Division CO Open Juvonllo
VcRetabH'H Mrs. J. Ij. Hwlc
Tablo Boots First, Waltor
t uiris ciuu uvjuiu ut"M
i Joyeo Slgtord, Lono Pine; socond,
IBnkn Noll, Summors. '
, J Klamath Foils girls' club GO
"yard dash First, Ruth Kllngen
ij'berg, Control; Bocond, llouloh Ren
"' Klamath Falls elimination B0
'yard dash First, Loo Tonksloy,
iMIlls; socond, Frank IlnllJ River-
v,r flmall town schools,
! Klamath Falls, G 0-yard dash First,
Jhao TankBley, Klamath Falls; socxl
fbad, nilly Dalloy, Merrill.
i'' Froo-for-nll for boys, first hoot
! First, Waltor Short; socond, Royco
Tanksloy. Socond boat First, Al
lea Holllday; socond, Baton Klgor.
' Finals First, Wnltor Short; socond
''jRoyce Tanksley, t
dJI1 a Iris' Ireo-for-all First, Leona
i Robin; socond, Florence Robin.
ft"! rat boys' racc First, Richard
IfBoguo; second, Gordon LoomU.
l A porson who claims to have glv
i an years of observation to tbo snb
fl.'Jeet declares that rod-halrod girls
l' can't eook. No real genlu la the
' cullaary Una, he aaya, ever had red.
Caulltlowor Frnt, Marian Pat
torson, Netted Com potatoos First, Ag
nos Knman; serond, Walter Bowno.
Pio Pumpkin First, Vcrnlo Zotz-
mnn; second, Wnltor Rowno,
Pumpkin, cow First Waltor
Hubbard Squash First, Waltor
Ilowno; second, Vornlco Zotzman.
PIvIMon I Dommtlc Art Mrs. R
K. Wntli'nbiirK, Bupcrlntondont.
Apron, fancy ombrolderod First,
Mrs. Bunlco Thomas,
RcdBprcad, crochet First, Mrs.
A. Carlson; second, Mrs. Thomas
Dust Cap First, Irene Fink; soc
ond, Ulancho Short.
' Center piece First, Mrs. K. O.
Center pioco. colored ombroldor-
cd First, Mrs. A. Mark; second,
Mrs. A. B. Rao.
Center piece First, Mrs Q. Sox-
ton; socond, Mrs. A. Mark.
Corset covor, crochet First, Mrs,
a. I. Grlzzlo; socond, Ireno Fink.
Tutted yoke First, Mrs. C. A,
DrcBBor scarf, embroldorod
First, Mrs. J, M. McCluro; second,
Mrs. IC a, Cummlngs,
Drossor scarf, loco edgo First,
Mrs. R. ,B, Wattonburg.
Whlto embroidered gown First,
Hand mado gown First, Mrs.
:. Wnttonburg; socond, Mrs.
Handkerchief First, Mrs. R.
FINK KltAMATH CEIiERY
GROVN IIY ATj CRYSTAIj
If thero Is any finer celery grown
(this sldo of Kalamazoo, In general,
i 'or In Klamath county In particular,
II. than that grown by Al Crystal, Tho
Ilowno; socond, Marian Bownb;
Cabbago First, Waltor Downo;
socond, Marian Patterson.'
Carrots First, Marian Patterson;
socond, Julia Kos.
Cucumbers First, Vernlio Zoti
Parsnips First, Waltor Rowno
Manglo wurtzols Floyd Bunnell,
Onions First, Julia Km.
Horald will havo to bo shown. Some
very flno specimens of celery have
boon sent to this office In tho paat,
but to dato tho palm must go to
Mr. Crystal, who Is bulMIng for
himself an enviable reputation aa a
successful gardoner. '
He's a bright son who doesn't
nogloct tho education of his parents.
To Honor U. S. "Unknown"
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' XAdy Ltmcrick has been suggested aa tho boarer of England's
math which British women will send to this country for the dedication
if the Tomb of the Unknown American Warrior. She lost her sen In
he war and endeared herself to American soldiers through her canteen
md other war work..
FOR BALE Household & kitchen
furniture. 1021 Washington St. 8
FOR SALE-rl -1920 6 pasBOneor
Ford, ICloctrlc startor, good condi
Klanuith. Pall Auto Co.
i!2t SUln Phono 210
WATH1RUAN PIANO SCHOOL
13 IJBONH GUAHANTKICD
POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND
BK01NNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
i:.VItOJJ,MKNTH CIXWE, NOV. lSril
V. n. CIjARK INHTItUCTOIl
83G LINCOLN, PHONE 307
CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. xt
FOR SALE 120 foot 34 inch orna
montal wlro lawn fonco. Ono orna
mental Iron gate for samo with fit
tings. Also somo 4 foot woron chick
on wlro. All at & prlco. Apply G22
Klamath Avo. 8
A good bod and a good bath at
Colonial rooms, 11th noar Main St.,
and 741 Walnut Avo. 8
FOR SALE Horo la a real bargain.
140 aero ranch, all under Irriga
tion, about five miles from town.
Fair houeo, ono of tho best barns s
tho county. School within half mllo
California highway will bo built on
ono sldo of proporty. Small payment
121 KOrtlt 8th St 8
1 Chalmer Rag
1 ton track
1 Serlpps Booth
1 houao trailer.
Will trade, what havo you!
I sacrifice i all can. Leaving town.
Seo me at once, 240 Broad St. Dick.
FOR RENT Oozy bedrooms, bath
and phoae, board If desired. Use
of garage. Phono 240M or 240R. 8
FOR SALE Smalt heating stove.
Call at Gl Main, upstairs, or at 115
North 4th St. 8-11
Shotgun for sale, double barrel,
Parker, hammertoes, 12 gauge, first
class condition; also leather case and
jointed wiping 'stick. Prlco S3 5.
Phone 331W. 408 N. 6th St. 8-10
FOR RENT--Furnlshed room for
gentleman. Hat and cold water.
505 9th St. 8-11
FOR SALE Double bed and springs.
Sanitary couch, baby cart all In
good condition. 429 Roosevelt St.
Phono 339M. , 8
Ham O. Tallman, docoosod, will soil
at prlvato solo to tho highest blddor,
ou aud aftor Norombor 7, 1921, all
right, tltlo and interest owned and
possessd by said deceased at tho tlmo
of his douth In and to tho following
doscrlbod real proporty, to-wlt; Sit
uated in Klamath County, Orogon,
tho Southeast Quarter of Soctlon 33
Township 10, South Range, 10, East
of Wlllamotto Moridlan, containing
ICO acres. Said administratrix is
authorized to soil all or any portion
of said promises for cash In hand, or
upon torms to bo approvod by tbo
Court. Alt bids must bo in writing
and doilvorcd to tho undenilgnod at
tuo law offices of R. C. Oroesbock,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, prior to No-
vombor 7, 1921.
Dated Octobor 8, 1921.
Administratrix of tho Estate of
William O. Tollman. Deceased.
O 8-1G-22-29 N. 5
Make Uiat Idlo dollar work! Put
It In tho bank.
YOU ARE THE JURY
Hoar tho TesUmony.of Klamath Falla)
Pcopio and Docldo tho Coco
Doan's Kidney Pills aro on trial
nro bolng tried every day for weak
kldnoys for oxhaustlng kldnoy back
aches. What Is tho vordlct? Road
Klamath Vails tostlmony personal
oxporlenccs of Klamath Falls wit
nesses. Thoro can bo only one vor
dlct a chorus of approval.
Honry Smith, carpontor, 106 Mala
St., Klamath Falls, Bays: ''I have;
used Doan's Kidney Pills oft and on
for a long tlmo and havo, always
found thorn to bo a rellablo kidney
romedy. My back ached and pained
at tlmos and I had a soreness lust
ovor my kldnoys. My kldnoys didn't
act right, olthor. , Doan's Kidney
Pills always rolloved tho troublo; the
backaches loft and my kldnoys were
put In good order." '
Prlco 60c, at all doalers. Don't
simply ask for a kldnoy romedy got
Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho samo that
Mr. Smith had. Foster-MUburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
We Will Serve Our,
Special Swdar Diner
From 11 a.m. to 8 p. m. for $1.00,
' Celery la Braaek , .
Consomme Broth Royal
Columbia Rtver Salmon Salad Maltro do Hotel
Baked Young Chicken, Orator Dreaatac
Roasted Pig Shoulder -with Sweet Potato
Veal Porterhouse Steak, Paprika Batter aa
American Vegetable '
Chicked Fricassee with Puff Dumplings
Prime Rib of Steer Beet an Jus
Fried Unjolnted Spring Chicken a la Marylaad'
Golden Puff Potatoes
Baby Peas la Oreata
Cocoanut .Cream Pudding
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Notice is herebyt glren that, pur
suant to an- order of the ' County
Court of tbo Stato of Oregon for
Klamath County, mado and ontorod
Opportunity plays no favorites. Busi
ness history proves that those who suc
ceed, work hard and save money.
Successful people as a rule date
their success from the day their saving
helped them to take advantage of an op- '
You can make your futurevbright by
saving a part of your earnings. Luck
t i never did, nor never will, provide for
old age. j
For your own good, get the Savings
habit. Your money "eventually reaches
the bank.. I it deposited by you or
other parties. "Think it over."
ON YOUR SAVINGS DEPOSITS
The First National Bank
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