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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
timmtav, ami'ht an, loan.
Th Office Cat
Preparing for Big Race
My motor car hiy motor car.
11 taWs me near, U taken mo far.
H lahes luu to tlio crystal lahe,
Aml'wllh nx In hand I hew n stake,
To pitch my ton! on shad)' shoro,
To rest nnil fish, nml ent soma
Two irofcs heforo wo strlko this
Willi frying pan nml coffee pot,
1 toy awake nml ilrvnm of fish.
Fntll my brain Is In n swish,
Anil hoV I loiiu lo henr again,
Tho'jslxxllnit In tho frylnp. pan.
Our motor oar, It lakes us there,
v With cam i all sot o hrentho thu
Ami smoll tlio funics of curlliiR
From flrp of wood, find not of coke,
Anil nW we surely hnvp onr wish,
Fori horn wo sen tho. frying flh.
U'n mil nml 1-II. nml stroll about.
Then when tho MinllKht to failed "lt that tho other Gloucester
.. trant. Kllinboth Howard, In
And drop behind tho western shore,
Wo tako tho cot, an it sleep, and
And then tho skcetcr. wllh lit xvlll
In KCttlnc ready to use hli bill.
This frying pan and motor car.
They cost mo dear, with mind ajar.
Hut what caro I for pflfrey cent.
With nan burned out, nml fendors
I have, had my heart host wish,
Ami flUyd. tlpfrylnB,nantwlth Jlsh.
Wf) pernl four millions yearly for
fun and still some people never seem
Nevada Football Team
Facing Hard Season
"When Is your daitchterrthlntflnK
of RgtlnB marred!" f f J i a.
'Constantly.' A.tiT. t. jV
Aboht Tuesday and Sunday roast
beef han lost Its appeal.'' J
To Frank Sexton It hV airhole tot
belter (to sco tho boys andtyrls.rals.-.
Ins calves and pigs than Cain.
m.ouci:sT!:n, Mas., auk. ao.
Flvw (IhIiIiir schooner are seeklnr:
tho honor of representing Yankee
fishermen In Oie race for the Interna
tional fisherman troph) Inle In Oc
tober. The elimination rnce will bo
j sailed October 12, in. and II ofr
i Eastern point.
I The essels which will fight It out
I for tho responsibility of trying in re
gain the trophy won Inst oar by the
llnllf.ix fisherman 1lluenne are ex
peeled to bo Mayflower, F.llinbeth
Howard, Yankee, Henry Ford and
I.. A. Ptinton.
I Puritan, the pride of rtlmtcester.
on which many n deep-sea fisherman
pinned his faith In the great race
I this fall, lies piled up on the trench
erous shore of Sable Ilnml. Along
tho water front tho old sen dogs wiy
that the reason for Puritan's wrevk
last winter was that she deeloped a
! speed far greater than those on Ivwl
J realized and fetched up on Sablo Is-
J land long before she un supposed to I
be near It.
Now Gloucester folk are turning in
Henry Ford, which ran aground on
Ksex Peach when sho wa tie'ng
bunched In April and wa scrUuisly
dnmaged. She was III port ucjiitl
with a largo cargo of salt 'nd unit
showed no structural defect a n re
sult of her early mishap. Hut tin
flsherfolk wish that Henry Ford
wero a little longer and openly .mi
From a Gloucester point of view
the most profitable fisherman I one
measuring between 90 and 0T feet
of 'tho wntcrllne. For this reason
they frowned upon Mayflower and
lllucnose. which measures 11 feet at.
Tho principal crltlcsm of Mayflow
er, barred from the raco last year,
was that those who built and owned
nor were not Interested In tho fish
Ins; industry and that her cost wn
almost $00,000 twice as much as
the average con of a Gloucester fish
erman. 'Her carrying capacity also
is less than the average fisherman.
Jt is expected, however, that the In
ternational committee will .approve
Mayflower's, entry, ia, sho has .made
nuraoer or. EuainfrariiM. rAitnoiiKii
her profits have not been as largo
as In the case of onie of thq other
vessels, owing to her high first cost,
ha hast been fairly, 'profitable to her
RKNO, Nevada, Aug. 2'.) Willi a
full srhedulo of sown giime and the
polblllly of mi eighth, thu ('diver
sity of Noxuda football team face n
hard senon but expects I" ko thru
It winning the nmjoilly of the con
tents. The loss of llrndshnw from the
backfleld Is the most serious linndl
cap that Coach It. O. Courtrlglit ha
to meet this ear but to offset this
ho ha secured tho service of l.nw
rence Shaw, former Notre D.iino line
man and star, to coiich the Nevada
line. The schedule follows.
Oct. 7. Santa (Mara university at
Oct. 14 Occidental college nt
Oct. 21. V. of Southern Cat., nt
tfct. 2S. D.ivls Aggies at Peno.
Nov. 4. Stanford at Palo Alto.
Nov II. Whitman college nt
Nov lSVnlv. of California nt
Nov. 30. St. Mary's at San Francisco.
Tonight nt The Strand t.ols Wil
son I nt her best In "What llecomes
of Neglected Children?" Tho story
on which this, plctuie Is based takes
up the well known hlgh'schmil girl
unit the popular but not too scrupn-j
ton young men from (he largo city
It Is a story of rural life and the
adventures of' school days and there
Is plenty of action and ''situations."
With l.ols Wilson In the play I Peat
rlx Mlchelent who take the part of
Marguerite, while William Scott
plavs Faust and Al Morrison appears
This great picture and n good com-1
LOST Plu wllh small opal. Pettim
to MIhh Lottie I'lsher, (Ity hall.
WANTIII) Cook on inlich, five men,
Po 17t, Klamath KiiIIh 2.:il
OltDCIt- AVeur Proof guiiiuuleed
hosleiy plenty largo. Wo do not
sperlullto lu deformed toe. Mrs.
.lack Frot. MS N. nth. St. -:! l
POP HUNT i
FOP HUNT To gentleiniin, HleepliiK
loom In private home, funiaie
heat, hot water continuously, tele
phono. 137 N. 3rd. 2'.l-;il
POOM FOP HUNT III private fain
ll, 715 Jefferson St, Phono II MS
A.Slick Old Bird, Ain't He?
IFOH SAI.K Some good used Dodge
I mi, a i.iiml f-iitiilll Inn tirlpitil til mill
iila.l Oil; t.in. I MIt IM'H A.I I'llllill
edyvNlll be shown at the new price of i lr..i,. One 1 ton Ford
Ho vvalltH along tho bench wllh nn Innocent looking rnnc, but If ho
sees anything- that might pi-ovo Intel Ctln he snaps up two Wnius nr.d
bo lias a telescope.
ten cent to everybody
truck, pneumatic tire For terms
and prices see II. S. Wakefield, Cen
tral (I n rage. 2l
FOP SA1.U- Pen touring, new rub
ber A-l shape, a bargain liuiulre
U. It D.inner's garage. Will lake lu
Ford ii first pigment. iPi-nit
Casey Have Ball Park
For Sunday and Monday
Through the courtesy of W. P.
Parker, vice president of tho Klam
ath Development company, the
Knights of Columbus have secured
the ball park for next Sunday und
for Monday, Labor Day, Sunday's
game will he with tho Lost Hlvcr
Giants, who have won from all
team In this district. Since Casey
and OlanU are even on games won
and lost, a fast game Is looked
for. Labor Day Is open for any
good team wanting to crosti bats
with the Cose)-..
Pola Negri Is at the Liberty thea
tre tonight, appearing In "The polish
Dancer " Tho story Itself I a fns
rlmitltii? im U I lu atiir herself. It Is
Calmed ...at "The PoUsh Dancer" ,-- ;Vl X; -
was inspired by nn a. litiil occurreme ,a- 8,inl, llW0l ;o ,,,, amlll) ()r
In Poland, thu laud that prides Itself trade for jouug tows or heifers,
In having homed the remarkable nr-, beef t)pe. Mjith Pros, 12 miles
tl,t0 I north of Ktrkfnrd, ore. P o 6
A a matter of fact. Iho outtaud- ( KO SAU:. Smun , lir ilii
Ing feature of "The PolMi Dancer" .trade for good light car" Innulro
I Potu Negri. In thl productl-u she evenings, rear of 212 Lewi 2!.3I
plns the part of a peasant girl who
i runs away from her parents to win
I fnmi nn llm Htnee She MICCceils. but
success Is too much for her nml she
wrecks lve of men without consid
eration. She ciiRl them aside one
by one until finally she herself Is
'FOIt PUNT- 4
, Phone 273J.
room furnished apt
A, brain-to brain radio Is said to ho
a possibility of thu futuro. Then,
probably it will develop whothcr
Ivory and bono are non-conductors.
Old Indian Caves Are
Found On Nevada
ItU.'O, Aug. 29. Numerous In
dian burial caves, hundreds of years
old, great flocks of pelicans and my
riads of liugo black spider ro
among tho things to bo found on An
alio Island In Pyramid lako. a largo
body tjf water la northwestern Nev
ada, according to Dr. Benjamin F.
Scliapiillo and Colonel J. P. Ryan of
tho University of Nevada who have
Atlanta Prison to
Have ' Football Team
ATLANTA, Aug. 29. College
athletes aro not the only ones
whose thoughts 'ure turning to tho
football field. The Inmates of the
Atlanta federal penltqntlary, after
finishing a successful baseball sea
son, already havo taken upu tho
grind that Is necessary to team work
on tho grldrlon, and havo sent out
a challenge for games with fas lo
"Wo are In the field this year
with u high-class organization of
football players consisting of ex
college stars, and we would like to
arrange games with some good semi
professional aggregations about tho
citl," says the fall announcement.
For any of the 2000 or morn
men nt toe prison to "make tho
Keen Competition Is
Expected In Tennis
Jiitl clmplutcd an investigation of
In u bin (i Instances tho spider wobs team," demands great effort as the
weru to thick tho two explorers wero '.championship baseball nlno has
forced to break them down with been allowed at times to play on
mlcks.' Tho Island Is bellovcd to bo fields beyond the grim walls sur
tl.o principal breeding placo for PH-(rounding the grounds of tho Instl
cans In tho west, and tho men e. tut,on aml tho footbu ,, are
niaiou (uiiy niieen inuusanii or me'
birds wero seen. I
JlKRKKllHY. Cut.. Aug. 29. At
though six of .California's greateit,
tennis stars, William M. Johnston.
Willis K'.- Davis. JlowarU and Robert
Klnsey, Oillss Holou Wills and Mrs.
May Sutton Rundy. will be partici
pating In national championships In
the east, competition will bo keen In
tho California tennis championships
to bo held al he llerkoley tennlif club
here September 2 to 10,
Southern California will have two
of It best players, Tom Furrandlnl
and HurvVy Snodgrass, while Poland
Roberts and J. It. Cochran wilt be
San Francisco's leading representa
tives. Among others to appear will be
Wallace Pates of the University of
California, William Parker, his dou
bles partner, Morgan rotlrell, Phil
Puttens, who campaigned In the east,
recently, Raymond '-Casey, ,KJmer
Griffin, Oregon stfcte champion and
Herbert Suhr, champion of Idaho,
Clovey La Croix of Alameda and Al
Wilson of tho University of Califor
In the womeTi's tournament there
will bo Marlon W.llllams of La Jclla.
southern California women's cham
pion, Winifred Suhr of San Francis
co, Anna and Lucy McCune of Paci
fic Orovo and Mr. Ream Lacluuan
A Junior boys' championship ulso
will bo a feature of tho tournament.
mi.iroit.MA MAX s.ws
HUM! IIF.ST I'Olt DAIRYING
IIUND. Aug 29 Tho llelid riiuii-
rnnnii.ir,..! I.v n uenltlir VOllllC llinil I '' offer the best opportunity for
I prospective unirynien or niiv uiniririi
lu the west, ncrorillng lo U J tlltu ,
who ha fallen In love with her.
Do you recall when Mary Plckford
was breaking In film1 It's a long
time past but you can see Just how she
looked and acted then when "Going
Straight," n Universal revival pie
lure. I shown at the Liberty theatre
tonight. The two-reel feaure of that
time Is going to give yen a hearty
laugh. It Is n distinct novelty
"The Trail of The Lonesome Pine."
with Its scenes laid lu the fumoiis
nintid. here from the S.iu Jii.uiU'ii
valley, California, representing n il (
en families who expeit tu com.) bin
to start dairy ranches on lr .i,el
lauds In Central Oregon
California Is already overde-elip
ed, sas Slmmnml Land wlifl
ure worth cultivating are prii I mi
nt reach. He und his party plan U
Mr. Dink Hunter
Diivlmk WnlerpriHif lliiutlng (u.its,
m,,l 1 l ...l . t-l...lHl . "I II- Mllll HII.IIIPIHI llll.l IN1II
no Hldgo Mountains of MrglnU t )rmi( ,M,H.P,,fcM,u .tl,1(.r v.ts
nil tlyi- venter), Glove., Wool
and Its character taken from the
life of these hot blooded mountain
people, whose love, and halo huvu fill
ed, many n p.ilse of history. Is to b(
presented tonight and tomorrow
night nt Hie Star theatre by the IIP-
Ldebrand company. This thrilling play
Is by far the best that this capable
-company havo et given and ac
cording to the following cast we can
expect to get many a henr'ty laugh
und plenty thrills, The characters
aro as follews: John Dale Rodney
Hlldebrand, Hob llerkoley Jack
Philips, Jud Tolllvor Nick P.iker,
Uncle Hilly Dean Jon Rolley, Old
Hon Florence Underbill, D.ivo Tot
liver Al Pleau, Lorutty Chnrlotto
That you should patronize your homo itt
dustrioH may bo a very good reason why you
Hut a bettor ono Is that it is good choose
just as good choose as you can buy anywhere at
Remember that Klamath Cheese is
MADE IN KLAMATH COUNTY
and'it is made right. The tasto tolls you that.
The price is right too. What more reasons do
MALIN CHEESE & PRODUCE COMPANY
Sot mm ready nt
K. It. K,
Advertising pays. Try It nd tee.
hoping they mny get tho same treatment.
On and after this day, Aug. 29,
1922. I will not hw responsible for
any debts contracted by my wlfo, Ves
ta (5. Frost
Mr. Duck Hunter
Out link Waterproof Hunting CojiIn,
Parts mill Caps Hmxl nnil Hall
llraiKl Rubber Hoots, leather Yi-hIn
nil sljleh .Svveaterx, (Roves, Wool
Hot now really nt It. IC K, hum;
Lending Clothier. iilM.1
Portland Perginau Shoe Co.,
add 425,000 factory building.
Plans closed to build CO new
There Is no tlmo for delay
when your glasses meet an ac
cident. You demand quick and effi
cient service then.
Wo aro equipped to render
such service Immediately.
Wo grind tho suifnco nnil
edge tho lenses and cuaran-t
tco correct duplication of
Plume! Ofc. l.'l.'t-W, lies. .'I.'II-.I
Fletcher, and June Violet Neltx
"Paid lu Full" will bu given fur
ope night only on Thursday nml FK-1
day and Saturday will be dflvoteil to'
the staging of the greatest dramn of
the day "Do Foolish Wives P.i)r,"
Mason Ehrman &
Klamath Falls, Oregon
J.L.FROST. 23-31 1 homo ut Powers.
is an exact duplication of the three largest Public Markets in existence, Lon
don, Washington, D. C, and Philadelphi n. We handle fresh produce fruit and
farm products direct from the producer to consumer on the small charge of ten
pier cent. This enables the producer to get more for his product and the consum
er to get it for less. This system has bee n proven to be the most successful in the
$1.25 and 1.50
Select Elbertas $1.20
SnlfW Tnmn tnos Hfi
T m ii Ti Satsumas, Crate ....;.' 2.00
Large Bell Peppers, Cn8a)ngf ,b ft,Vi
lb. 18c, 2 lbs for .. .35 .Persian Melons, lb. .041.
Swnnt . Pfthitnos lh 07 Honey Dew. 11) 03''.
Sweet Corn do. 10
Live Ifat-JIons lb. t
Lemons, doz .;.,
Tokay Grapes 11);. ..
Rotate River Canta
loupes 3 for-
Grape Fruit 13, 2 for
T r l
wvc rryers id ;ju loupes .$ lor- .uu
GET YOUR FRESH VEGETABLES FROM OUR FOUNTAIN DAILY
Apples lb. .,
Klamath Cheese lb.
Klamath and Hol
126 N. Sixth St.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tom Is Thoroughly Relaxed
should have your attention.
,Cool weather and stqyms
orce prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our!
prices are right on Slab,
flocks, Body and Tama-i
' Yo(ir business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
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