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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Seals Cinch Scries by De
feating Oakland in First
The Office Cat
K some folk talked loss, wo could
Imitate moro of what they say, says
Hoauty la only skin (loop and some
(tinea -It Is only powdered on.
, I1AKX POOLS
,Of nil I tin poMs Hint walk tho street,
r IM like to land n blow
.Upon ttin silly poof that says
"Hello. Hill, Whaddya know?"
There' a Villain Hen'
Mobbed "Oh. dear, I've lost my
llttlo i!nk how."
Hraldod "How perfectly awful!
What illil he look like:"
Advice: Don't lot a bald-headed
drug clerk try to sell you hair tonics.
Doctor says face powder Is danger
ous. Il certainly Is when a man
wears some of It home on his shoulder.
Negro rookie I'd lahk to have a
new pair o' shoes, tun.
Sergeant Are jour shoes worn
Hookle Worn out! Man, the
bottoms of mah shoes nro so thin ah
can step on a dime and tell whether
It's heads or tails.
There was n young lady named Stella
M'hose beau was a bow-legged fella.
When he asked her to sit
In his lap, why she lit
On his soft corn, then how he did
Midnight, and In the smoking
room of n club- sat a young man
huddled In a chair. A friend enter
ed. "Hello, Smith." he said cheerful
ly, "not going homo yet?"
"No," muttered the despairing one,
"I I daren't."
"Why, what's tho matter?"
"Matter? It's tho end of every
thing. It means ruin, grief and
Tho friend looked frightened.
"Here. Smith, tell mo what's the
trouble. Perhaps I can help you."
.Smith tlcnclicd his fists till tho
knuckles showed white.
"No ono can help me," ho cried In
ngony. "I havo como to tho end of
nil things. At S o'clock I telephoned
to my wife and gate her u perfectly
good excuse for not coming straight
home, and " his volco sank to a
whisper. 1'vo forgotten what I
A girl seems to tlilnl; olio hai a
long Hklrt If a couplo of ribbons
danglo around her ankles.
Mom Than Willing
"Sir, would you glvo five dollars
In bury u saxophone player?"
'-'lli-rii'ii thirty dollars. Uury six
A gill never knows how quickly
tho dinner burnn until her mother
leaves the city for n duy's play spell.
Marriages may bo made In heaven!
but ;i comfnrtabli) porch swing often
delivers ,tho goods, garglei Jco.
should have 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.
0. Peyton & Co.
SAN' PKANCISCO. Oct. lfi.The
San Francisco club won tho 1U22
Pacific Coast league pennant by do
featlng Oakland Saturday In tho first
ganio of a double-header. The g-iiuo j
went ten Inning and the score wns
6 to .V Tho Seals took the second i
nine. 4 to I.
This l llir flrat luMinntil tit., U ... !
Francisco club has won since 1017.
Jack (Dots) .Miller. In his first jear
as manager. Is given credit for hav
ing the club win the pennant.
l'layers oa tho San Francisco team
will split $6000. which w.vi offered!
by the league to tho team finishing
first. The Vernon Tigers will ill-'
vide J 1000, offered to tho second
place team All other teams In the'
league cx:epi tho tallcudos will
have a bonus.
Official Time Given by (.ante War
den (o Prevent Arrest
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EJaio Kaw, all-Amcrlcaa hrlf.
rack In 1521, now with Cornell,
ehows the youns idea how to kink.
"Tho'lliiiuls of Nara" In which
the brilliant OIiun Kliubnll Viiutig
will star Is niinouiieed for the Lib
erty thealro today, mid It should
provo one of thg so.isou'tt mint Vn
Itlehard Washburn ChllilJ the pres
ent nmbnsiador from Jlio I'ulied
State-j (o Italy. Is tho author of this
ory succesnful novel, which ran for
many weeks ns a serial In Collier's
magazine. In Its book form It has
had a wldo sale, mid (t Is chiihIiI
ired (Mo of the best nolMrs of tint
" I'ho Hands of Nara" lunken mi
ndmlr.iblo picture, ami It provides
l'o talented Miss Young with an n
trentely of forth o liinracler to por
tray Tho story, hni Its sotlnit first
In Itiissla, where several of Its mint
dramatic scenes lako place dtirHiK
tho revolution. Next tho scene
shifts to Now York, whore, ngiltitt
the background of the faiiiouu (ilietlu
and later, of tho luxury of Fifth
n. .iiiie, tho clipping notion iiiii-
Mlrs Young plus tho part of n
b'MUtlful )oiing. Itussl.in girl who on
npes the riinlutloii mid re.i. lies
Ni w York after many hardshlpi
M.iny nilveiituiiM befall her, but limit
more intorritlng than tho revelation
to her that her bauds posses n re
markable healing power. He? new
l fcund gift brings her temporary
fa-no. but l( almost causes tho Iojh
of her lover.
Is it possible that the citizens of Klitmnth County
object to railroad competition?
Why is it, that Dairy Products of Tillamook County
cm be shipped about 8G0 miles all rail to Snn Fran
cisco in any quantity at 87c per cwt. AND a like
product of a Mnlin Factory be compelled to haul 30
miles to Klamath Fnlla and they pay $hJ3 per cwt.
L. C. L to San Francisco, about 435 miles?
NOTICi: TO CANDIDATES ,
The attention of candidates for
Municipal offices Is hereby called
to tho necessity of filing with tho Po
lice Judge their acceptances of nom
inations made by non-partisan peti
tion. Not later than tho 17th day
of October, at fl o'clock P. M.
W S. WILEY.
Acting Police Judge of City of Klam
???? What's It all about????
Seo thst ail on page two and then
make n gucii what It's all about.
Correct guess will Ret you a free din
ner Saturday. October 21. 1C
l'alorslt of Oregi ft 0. Mult. A. C.
Nevada 35. Occidental 0.
Idaho 0, Washington 2. f,
Oregon Agglea 3. Pacific Vi 0.
Stanford 7, Sanit Clara 0.
Colorado Aggies GO, U. of Wyom
I', of Colorado 3. U. of New Mex
ico 0. .
Ccrnell GS, New Haml'i. Stole 7.f
Penn Stato 32, Lebanon Valiuy tij
North Dakota 7, SoutJj'DiikStn D.8
1. of Penn. 12, i: of Mar) land oj
Ohio Unlvarsly 7.i)pnUoH -y
Dclolt C4, North weiten lYep.
Toxas 7, Oklahoma Aggies 7
Iowa G. Yalo 0,
6eu tho big Question on page two
of this Issac. Can you-tcm-s what
It's about? Sec same placu toicof
row for some ni-w ilop. IB-'
after every meal
adds a zest and helps digest
One live cent package of Wrlglcy's,
contains a beneficial after dinner1
treat for the whole family.
It gives 4ellght and keeps teeih
white. It's a satisfying svee3. ,
"Wrlgley's is cleansing, eoolsng and
soottiing to mouth and 2nrozi2.
Lasts long costs little does much.
Wriglcy's Is made clean and comes
to you clean, wholesome and'luli of
flavor in Sis wax wrapped package.
The final show ing of 'No Trespass- !
ing in which Irene Cnstlo dlspl.i !
tfiiwiin and bathing suits will bo made
this evening at the Strand This Is a
llodklnson picture of recent release
and Is ono of the best of Its two.
Yesterday a packed house saw this !l
wonderful picture and nil agreed that ;
it wan exceptlonly entertaining It
Is taken from the novel "The Itlso
of Itnsron Palnu" by Joseidi C Lin
coln, and the plcturos were taken In
New York and at a popular bathing
rotort near (lostoa.
There will also bo a Charlie Chap-'
lln comedy tonight which will pro
duce a laugh where till cUo falls.
Tuesday wilt be ten cents night
frtr eerbody and a South Seas pic
lure will bo put on that will please, I
Thiro will also bo comedy la mnkul
out a full program
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Thty mf toad far taluaUt
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Does Our Enemy
Strike in the Dark?
Freight rates in and out of KInm.ntli Fulls arc in the hands of the Inter
state Commerce Commission. Our company daily expects a decision which
will permit a general reduction in freight rates nil classes. Our company is
as anxious to reduce these rates as our patrons arc to have them cut down.
This is an answer to an anonymous advertisement published by agents of
a foreign railroad whose sole object i s to destroy the Southern Pacific Sys
tem, which is their strongest competitor. '
Wc know the people of Klamath Falls to be fuir-minded, and we know
you will insist upon fair play in this matter. ,. ' -,-
J. J. MILLER, 4
V. V. HEDGEPETH,
. E. E. EARL,
.. M.-L. WEDDLE,
. , H. E. BOVENKERK,
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Fi;i f , W M SOUTHERN PACIFIC EMPLOYES
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