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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1922)
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THE'EVfeNING EAlD.JkLXf H L6VfeREGOri '
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Here's Real Gratitude
Player 6V2 Feet Toll
The Office Cat
Upon being nslicil liy hi mother
why liu was iio thoughtful, the- young
li(i)crul, ngod set on. replied' ' was
thinking lmwwful It must bo to bo
ilonf. Pnncy washing otir can etcrj
ilny, mill never gutting any uooil out '
No bobbed linlr girls will ailmlt
Unit they out Uielr hair for stvlo
They usually Insist tlmt they lin.l
tlio Job done because of split endi
anil falling linlr to piomote growth
"Our Idea of a small town". says
J. T. Perkins "Is ono In which the
man who tdilncs i!h shoes anil puts
on his rn.it Is r.aknl if he Is going to
tlio city today."
The sanio younc gal who turns on
tho porchllght before marriage no
t, that her "swoello" won't slip and
fall, turns off tho hall light alter
mnrrliiKC lo sco If ho will stumble
on tho rtalrn.
Sparrows Icoeii up a constant chat
ter, yot they ncrompllsli less than
nny ether bird known, declares Tin
It would be a great world If tho
people, could only put as much faith
In n man aa a woman puts In a
I.loyd Porter says many n man
Imagine lie In a great financier until
ho tries to discount a note.
Fatty Kathryn plays nothing
classical muslf. 4 '
'Jlcady Ye., mistakes aren't
.n I'nirlttlns Itrfoniier
Jud Tunklns says a 111 a a who
smokos a nickel elgar ddns' n good
deal to make tho use of tobacco un
popular. (Liggett They call her tho girl of
Myers: How's Hint,
lllggett Mild, yet they satisfy.
Vim Can't Tell .VnwailajH
Kho nny be n flapper, she may bo a
Shu's Just finished using her vanity I
A man named Speak hna been nom
inated for the sanio public offlco for
tlio'fourth succcsslvo time at Warren,
Ohio. It can be truly said Ills record
speaks for Itsolf.
,Somo people aro so easily satisfied 1
that they aro glad to attract notice '
by gottlm; In other peoples
Many a young man's future has
been ruined by tho dlscoory that hu1
could part his hair In tho middle
opines C. T. Hurley.
Jno Swindler says u rolling Meno
gathers no moss, but two rolling
bonoa often gather tho gravy.
Would you profer shopping around ni,yno and Gono Valla,
nt miy ten dlffernnt places to find a ' .,.,,. , ouIg Vl
certain record or Iradu with a flrmlSan rrancisro, l.ouis i
that maintains u trained person in
charge of pr.u tlnilly n rnniplelo stock
of ten thousand records? Harl fihep
hqrd Ileroiit Service Is tlio best In
Southern Oregon. 13-14
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.
When this sheen was about to Ire
of "a bene owned by Hrton Hayes, Wh.tclnd X H Tho hore pro
tected it. Xw the sheep trots along with tho homo wherever It coe.
l.ccplng up with Its fastest pace ,
64 AMATEUR BALL
CLUBS ENROLLED IN
OAKLAND. Cal., Oct. 1-1. Sixty-four
nmntmir baseball clubs nre
enrolled In tho Oakland Tribune
mld-wlnter baseball league, which
opns Its fourth reason Sunday.
Although not rery old. tho lengiio
already has gained fame as .1 train
ing ground for future, minor ami
major loagucrs. .Its main object
Is to develop hundreds of youngs
ters In this section who wish to
attain laurels In higher baseball
Affairs run as smooth In tho TrI
bun Iraguo ng they do In the cir
cuits under control of the national
association of professional baseball
clubs. Hach club posts guarantees
that It will follow tho rules, and
.thero Is a law against harboring
professional or "outlaw" players or
players who "Jump" contracts from
other teams In the league. Tho
guarantee is forfeited If tnc team
does not finish the season. Last
year SI clubs started and all fin
ished. Dozens of players developed In
tho Trlbuno leaguo have1 gono on
up to tho higher leaguts. One year
ago Joseph Devlno picked li't '--
cm Canadian leaguo club from this
league and the team won tho cham
pionship of tho northern circuit.
Among tho players who were with
Devlnc and who went up aro Carl
Sncll and John Gillespie, pitchers.
with tho Cincinnati nationals, k.
j Wlrtr, catcher with Wlrtz. catcher
with tho Chicago Cubs; "Stubby
Mack who recently went from Seat
tlo to tho Chicago Whlt Sox; Wnl
tcr ChrltMinscn, with St. Paul, and
"Chicken" Hnwkes with Vernon.
Ono star of tho Trlbuno leaguo
was WIllIo Komm, who was pur-
summer by tho Chi
Sox from San Kran-
elsco for 100.000. tlio greatest
price ever paid for a minor leaguo
p!aor. Kamm played a full wa
son hero mid then was nigncd by
lllll llodgors. then manager of the
Sacramento club. Itodgers gave
Kamm a spring tryout nnd then
turned him loose, after which
Kamm camo bark to tlio Tribune
circuit. Later ho was sltncd hy
Othera who slnrtcd hero aro Hal
ltav Itowhcr. Cincinnati nationals;
"ltnl" Ilalilwln and McQuuldo. !)
Angoles. mill "Iliu" Arlett of the
Uobcrtson's Chicken Tnmales.
wholesale unil rotnll 1113 Main St
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
I bepoee vm aTAPT j Tilts 13 3GCIE.TN I )t Wotti. SCt SOMa i 'jfl tlPZFzg&'TtffcA .. . k vArrurfni. I '-J2G 19 iTaAMsTliAyA j-"-'--'--': d
slaughtered It Icared Into tho stall
HIGH BOY HOLDS
RECORD AT U. OF O.
Honerd Wlmiard. n former1 Klain
nth Kails high s:honl boy, lioldti the
record this year at tlio .Wnheralty
xt Oregon for climbing a 20-foot
rope. Ills tliuo was S.I seconds. Tho
former record, made l.iit year by
Itnlph Spotirrow. Oregon's greatest
truck iiirtii, was ! pound.
Official Time Chen by (uino War
den to Prctctit Arrest
Oct. rlso set
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20. ..... J. C:13 4:Gb
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25 6:20 4:30
2iJ C:22 4:18
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J2S 6:21 4:45
'29 . ..............6:26 4:44
30 6:27 4:42
31 6:2S 4:41
TONS OF WATER
EVKRY Clark Crave Vault
U-forc it lcaxs the factory
withttandi the severest possible
tcits. It ii completely submerged
f n water subjected to two and
one-half tons pressure. Itmuitbs
(Stone, liricU and concrete vaults
let water in nnd hold it.)
Its prowl protection Is made
permanent tlirour.h the uic of
heavy twelve gauge Keystone
copixrr-bearins ctccl the most
ler(cct rust resisting ttccl made.
All joints arc doubly welded; arc
thicker' ond itiongcr than the
plates themselves. W'c earnestly
recommend this "quality" ault-
.:iU Pine M. Plimio III
STANI'OUP PNIVKItSlTV. ('ill ,
Oct II -Dudley Sargent Do tlioot,
captain of tlio t!32 Stanford foot -lull
loam. I 0110 of thw tallest
1 moii on Iho oloteii, standing l
fret ono and one-halt Incho. Do '
I ll root pluyij enter thin year, al
though ho played guard on tho ,
Si 1111 ford freshman loam of 1!1!
ami on tho tarslty of IHU lie'
tvn at center last (iruron. ,
I Do tlrout I a baikolball plnvori
and swimmer ulsu Ho won bin tar
Hit v latter at standing nnntil on tho,
o.ikotbnlt tram last year and wan
Junior harkstrok r'nmplon of tho
I'.iclflc nr.isl two years iigo. I to
,ilo won 111 uumornls on tho freili
man trncK team.
Slern Miuli-o. Cat . la IV Urwil'
turnip town. I
TRAINING TABLE IS
' RESUMED AT PULLMAN
PI 1. 1, MAN" Wuli . Oct. 1 I
ft .lining tnble for momhois of tint
W.isliliiuton. statu college football 1
it mad has- been resinned this season'
ntler ho vi nil )imrs of' nbiiudoiimejit.
Twentv-four mouthers of thu squad
r- taking their meals nt Hit
During carh meal member. of the
coaching staff gIo short talks nnd
hold a rnunvl-t.iblo discussion of tlio
rules of tho game. It was decided
to resume the table Hits year to
got the m. 11 together more.
U. of Idaho Plans to
Charter Special Train
MOSCOW. Idaho. Ort. 1 1 Plans
are bring made by the University
of Idaho student body for chartorlng
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(I Hperiai iriiiu iinmi,c ,t7
carry rootors and northern lilalio
football fans to the t'nhrrslty of
Idaho-rnlverslty of I'tah game
Move Launched to
Provide Yacht Harbor
SANTA IlAIirJAIIA. Cal., Oft. 1 1.
A move to provide u yucht-harbor
for Snntn lliirhara hn.H been launch
ed lrt'ro. Ono of the' features of
thv 'rampiilgn was a chilso of a
score or more yachts from southern
California points to tho channel Is
Inndi. off Santa llarbara.
!U OK THANKS
We wish to than!; the many kind
frlrmli fur Hi.. Hympnlby and for tho
beauriful floral offerings extended
us. In tlio le of our Infant son.
Mil and MltS. T. J. MTHANAN.
Not- Just a few Uncords of our
choice oa talo but pructteally the
complete Vl'-or Citalogue Karl
Shepherd Lxi uslvo Music Store
(.'on lie tlrloiinliii'il lo nil iih.
lute optical nnd iimlliriiuillr.il
tin tlio- under our iui'IIhhIh
of srliiitirie etiiniliialtnii.
Do nut wear gliine.i nut pi'n
prilj fitlril to jour i'io iici-iN.
Phono I ll'-W
our own louses
Wasn't n Bit
IRS F W5'! f
r.JiMiil.Hllww pnv.f ii
.Mr-'. In 110 t'n nil ,
Ui. ll II
u. I i o I
ll,' I ' .
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souse mid net r'i 1.. upr
tho slher shoot fir lb
In aioro than two vem In
turo eallel ' No Tr"i'n 'n.
rnmes lo the Strand tlieiM,
A treat Is In ulero fi r palrd'i of
tho l.ibnrly tlimtro Sunday, wtmi
tho now (leorire Arllss ptminoii.
"The Itullm: Pnlim. ' will bo
This star and this plitim i .i.mMv '
woleomo to erer nor of Hi,- plmto
pluy for Hie reason Mint rl Ii i-
won the ndmlrallon f !. n n
critic fer bis nrtlstrv. ind in tlio
I'nlted Artists release. ' Tlio Kiilliiitj
Passion," ho follow h n om It i Ii
erto undiluted for him.
Oenrge Arilss Is recognised for lit
cunraetoruations in winrn uhut
mntivos and a ntlrlrnl. v-.i, l n.if
(y. cruel Impersonation ronio f rut
In his new pi, Hire. Arlli li.n Mu
role nf n lovable, nlilerl) n.'l'i -uIm
and lihllanlhronlst. who pIiiiik, intoiU
(he hobby of work while under the
doctor's order to ' rP' " " '' '' '"'
works out the ilntalU of a rbaruting
love stcrv In wlileb hit daiiBlitf
Involved. Is a work of gn-u iuntirt-
anro a Hie stiir unroitis
Nent'i: roil itiu.hwtion
KKP.MlT.MH.Vr OK 'I III: INTI'IHOI'., I
I'. H. LAND OFFICI
Oregon, Soplember 3D,
at l.akot ii
NOTICi: is hereby glten that
Prank Gabriel, of Swan. Orognii.
wlm, on Hupti'inticr 22. I!' 10. mail.
Additional lltiiiii-steud Kntry. No
I OI0S7. for NW'i NH'i and I '.
I.N'WVi. Section 2'. Townnblp '"
i riimtli. Itiinge 9-K.ist. Wail.in.iti-
Morlili.in, has filed liottio of liiii'ii
Hon to mnko three year Proof, to
tHhlifth rlillm to tlio land nu- id
crllied before V. It ll l.:ip. I ! rk
of Cnituty Court, nt Klamath KiiIIk.
Onigou, on thu 11th d.i uf Nowm-
Claim. nil nnmoH us witnesses'
! F (' Collmiiii. of Kliiiiiiiih K.ilh.
Otto KIhIii'it, of Snail. Orogun
Alfreil I'IkcIiit, of Swan, Oregon
John Jiuiiwen, uf Klamath Foil. .
V. P. I.UI1IT, ItoglHtor.
O 7.1 I.2I.2K .N 1,11
A man's i;un, built fur
25 Cal. nine Steel Army Automatic Convenient lo Carry Price $7,110
All our guns shoot Standard American Ammunition
i All guns guaranteed new.
FNI) NO MflNFV n' 0"' ""'"" '""l ",,,lr'",'' VUM- '""1 ll ml wo will for.
LLltli lJ lllJLLl 2. w..rd jou ono uf tline :iiiIuiii..Mi. Puv Post mun nil in rival Kxuiitliia
nutomall' run-full) and IT not snlliif.n lory Jnni i turn It nnd j-t-t your Mn.NCY HACK.
F. H BROOKS, Inc.
330 S. THIRD ST. ' EVANSVILLE. IND.
I'lcimo iiii'iitlnn t Int. papor
A I jimp
. i tin ,
I '.le lion
lllllJOl I III
ONE DOLLAR AND
every tax dollar.
BRINGING lite town eovornmcnl close lo the
people and the people close to the govern
ment. SAFETY FIRST, finaiioinlly and morally, a
well as phyeically.
CO-OPERATION with olhev officinls and com
EFFICIENT busincM rtdiBitiistration, with
. monthly report from officcrr,'
HAPPY, hcnllhy, wholesome aimuomenU.
NO pre-cluction promises.
OUR HOME TOWN FIRST hi every wny.
A CLE AM, well rcuulftlcd coinmunlly.
DR. A. A. SOULt.
(P.ild Auvt ril"iiiitnt)
Don't f.til to rond the
'hard xcivicc, l2 or ' caliber.
Mi'"I with 4aftlv atlaeliiiicnl.
Lean Thnn Half P.-c-War Piicer.
.'K in ill! rnlllur i H'-iH
CENTS value for
llcrnld Classified Ads.
KhooLi i) shot-:.
Mend for mu Culiiln,-
0. Peyton & Co.
... ...... -.aamm.