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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
wi:iniwi.v, vovr.Miinit n, inaa
1 1 :tt
Smeared by Flyfing Tackle
The Office Cat
"Vnudovlllo nrtlsts nrn gonna
havo a Jinnl tlmo this winter."
"Hunch and .Hollywood Jokes nro
Sours of I ho green limber rnuntry
ns ntniR by Thnrlow t.lmirnnro ami
Mrs. l.leuraneo will entertain tho
penilo of Klnmntli fnlls next Mou
lay evening at tlio I'lno Tree the.t
lri This will Im tin flr.U of n scries
of three C!iintaiiitia entertainments
to lio Rlm lirro thin winter ami
they aro being handled without tx
pcctntlon of profit liy the sponsors.
I ilon'l caro who Is running
Tor office, anywhere,
Ami I dccllno to worry
O'er long skirts for tho fair,
1 may appear neglectful
Hut listen bless your soul
I'm thinking of a furnaco
And n ilo:cn ton of coal.
1 know tho strike furnished
An Imuo for our land,
Tho Turkish situation
l.ooko had, I understand,
Hut I don't fret nbout them
Not me, for, bless your soul
I'm thlnklnc of a furnaco
And a doren tons of coal.
It Is no task to please n woman
If ou find out what sho wants, siys
Co'oct and ritigrognto nro sy
nonymous, yet tho church often
fin Is that there Is n vast disparity
between tho collection and the congregation.
Wo wonflcr sometimes whether
certain civic improvements aro like
a certain Iowa town. merely Coun
Just Ik-gun To right
Sam unfortunately had picked out
an unusually comhatlvo help meet.
After threo days of married life ho
returned to his Job looking some
what willed and woebegone. Ills
omployer. knowing the circumstanc
es, sought to Joko with htm.
"Sam," ho said seriously. "You
look ns If, you'd been In a battle."
"Vo' Jes' bet nh hasSoss." replied
Sam ruefully. "Hut dat ain't de
wuss of It. Ah 'pears to have robo
and mar'rlcd mahsolf to do whole
world wall.' "
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PAUM VOU SAI.K IfiO acres on
nmrckt roml now ImlUllng, first
class Iihr tight feneo around entire
farm. Three room house, email
bam, pood well ami pump, SO nrrev
In cultivation, soven ncroi under gn
einiuenl ditch, b.ilnnco InlKnted lis
pumping plant which I t.tstnltcd '
nnd ready to operate, only Imvo to
p.iy for water used. I.iunl has nnt
ural drainage, rloli sandy loom, M j
acres of fine hunch r,rnss p.istmc '
an Ideal farm for dairy cow a, hns, !
chicken, near sihool, near iulnf
flee, has rnrtl mall dellveiv 1'rlco
$4,s00, $2,soo cash, balance to iull
ldress llox 4iK, Klnmath Kails. ,
tfWrvraar , ,
STKMKH PIANO fur sale. Inquire,
412.V. Uth St. S-l ! I
KOU SAUK DoiIro Humbler IL' !
ltun k"i tluin. 10.000 miles ('nod
rubber. A-l n million. many high
clnss nccesKorli Can bo seen nt
Imperial (iarago. S-10 '
KOU HKXT rnblu. Write J A I
Pickle. Chlloquln. Ore S-10 ,
KOU KKNT- Modern -I room house. .
nicely furnished, close In. Call
WANTKH AtTO Have a new four
room houe and two lots on pay
ment. Will allow top price for auto
as payment on property. See owner
U0. Oregon Axe. .s-9
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(us Maltcy, crack ri cor go town Ixick. Is shown hero making nn end
run in tho Georgetown-Marino guiuo nt Wnahlnctou. This plcturu uuu
auapiKHl Just on u'Ocfcnilvo hulMuick left bis feel for tho tackle.
SUGGESTED FOR U. i
OF O. GRID ELEVEN
RECORDS BROKEN AT
SEQUOIA NAT. PARK
"Hell's Oisls," and It comes pretty
near llvlap up to tho same Anyway
the actors have tu r." through ludl
to get to tho oasis.
Tomorrow th two nets nf r.-iinle. i ......
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vllle are the attraction but a remark-1 many
abde picture of western rep and
nctlou will alc he shown.
V1SAI.IA. Calif. Nov. 5 All nt
tendnnco records were broken thh1
Ktinimer In the (lenernl dm at and
or by tho'theatrn. A guarantee fund
has been raUoJ to secure this high
class entertainment for this com
munity and it Is expected that scv
cral hundred season tickets will bo
taken in support of the effort In
bringing In such high class enter
tainments, Mr. Mcuranco tells the story of
tho green tmbcr country in songs
composed in the enchanted "land nf
tho bluo sky water." He Is ably as
sisted by Mrs. Mcuranco (Kdna
Woolcy) and both appear In Indian
garb which ads to the beauty and ro
mance of the settlr.R for the won
derful Indian songs.
M !..? ......I... til.. 11 .1... 11--1I
., , .; ' ',""R!" Pioneer state and tho university
tho beautiful jouur soprano sinner u 1oncer a u,fn , , .
comes highly recommended and will .
with sours both classical "". "l '""" "'a""n
uregon is ini only caclfle coast
conference team without a nick
name Tho Washington eleven an-
i:-(li:Ni:, Ore, Nov. 7 Cnher
pity of OroRou'it football team winu
a name ami kurkcIIoiw are being
heard from alt nana of the catinmr
hero Someone tliouehl the "Hon-1 "l""- miuou.n pars, near nore.
would In) u goo I name nnd . nccordlm; to Superintendent John It
seem to like It. White. Tho combined attendance
The name "l'loneers." It Is claim-1 t t(,o two parks was 77.9SS0, which
on, woum do fitiuiK, for Oregon Is
Did you over sec a man who Rot
to tho top of tho ladder by being
n Kretich: Neither did wc.
Wo havo often noticed that pco
plo who writa nnnoymous letters
nover know how to spell.
K. C. Stuckey says a flapper can
not help It If sho Is Reed looking,
and you can rest assured sho will
not try to.
Thcro was a ynuns lady from Kent
Whoso grammar was terribly bent,
Sho h.ild to her flame
"I'm so Rlad you havo came.
Hut I'll miss you so much when
Ono of tho Itojs, relates Krank
Washington, was watching n colored
gentleman work and ho was certain
ly making the dirt fly. Ho asked
him how it was ho worked so fast
and so well.
Ilastus kept right on working and
roplled, "Vo ecc, Mr. Iloss, ah Jest
sticks do match oh enthusiasm to do
fuso ob cnorgy an ah Jest natural
ly explodes, ah does."
Iust clinncti, W. II. .Morgan, pi
iino tuner, at Shopherds, A few
moro days only tf
Abel Oance's sensational produc
tion, "I Accuse," which Is tho fea
ture at tho Liberty theatre tonight,
has In it all the elements that go to
make n really Rreat and successful
motion picture. Thrills there are
aplenty, with acticn and human In
terest abounding from tho first start
of the film to tho very last.
Tho story Is remarkable for Its
directness and simplicity. It tells tho
conflicting emotions of two men of
entirely different temperaments In
love with the same woman. Ono Is a
poet, visionary to tho extreme, and
who coes through life as In u dream
Tho othcrjs tho husband, tenderly,
loving toward his wife at times, I
again selfish and brutal, Thcio men, I
Intensely Jealous of each, etch Is
consumed by a burning hatred. Their i
experiences on the battlefield cause
thorn "to find their truo selves and a (
entertain with songs both classical
nnd popular. Sho has been sing-,
"ng for tho San Frnnclico Call's ,
radio broadcast station and was tho
young woman chosen to assist In en
tertaining General I'cuhlng at Kan
sas City recently.
The other act of the vaudeville Is
Riven by two young men back from
overseas rervlce. They are musi
cians and both entertain and a;nure
Rugby Football It
Popular at Stanford
swers to the name of 'Huskies."
Washington Stnte has the "Cougars,"
The Oregon Agricultural college
tea mcalae Itself the "Aggies." over
at Idaho they call tho team the
Vandals." Stanford has the 'Cardi
nals," California tho "Hears." and
nt southern California tho football
men are the Trojans "
was 1 ! . 1 0 ft better than Inst jenr.
Orant Hark this year had r.0, lOf.
visitors, while 27. nil registered at1
Sequoia. Tho Sci-uoln l'ark nttend
unco wan less than last enr. which,
was SV-Gn. nrcordliiR to official flg-j
ores. Officials bellevo tho figures
show n decline In attendauco he
cause nil jhe visitors wero not
Ah Lo Sinp; Held Up
Train While He Dressed
Team Has no Scout
STANFORD t'NIVI'RSITV. Cal..
Nov. 7. Rugby football practice has
been started by tho Stanford team
which expects to go to llrltlsh Co
lumbia during tho winter holldajs
for games. .The contests will ho
staged under tire
Vancouver. II. C
CAI.I'XICO. Cal. Nov 7.-Ah l.o
Sing had to get up ami dress, nnd
tho limited train In I to wait while
ho did It.
ThU happened here recently be
taiuc Mr. Ah, whn'e iiamu defluei
lits nationality, was legally In the
t'ulted Suites hut had no authorln
Id- bought a iliku
PORTLAND. Ore.. Nov. 7 The
Portland baseball club in IS..", will
have no scout. Club officials bnvu
announced that Tom Turner, scout I u' '",,,' Mexico
this year, would not he re-employed. ! (rom " AiiRele to Vumii. ni-i: ex
auspices of the They said that this was no reflee-1 P''cted to ko by an all-American
Rugby I'nlon. Hon upon Turner's ability, hut they I rnu,' liul f,'r H0'll, n-ason tho r.ill
; havo decided that tho money used In ir"ai1 "'!' loaded him on a Pull
l-ite .'raying the salary of a scout would i """ ,,l',, W,'M '' "' ''""h "'
be devoted to tho purchase of ,t, tontliorn Pacific which enters Met!
ci. iiure ami emvrgei nt Andrndi
When Mr. Ah reached hum hit wn
sourAl anlevp in his berth. He tml
to hit awakened, tlio train held whib' i
hit ilresned, and he 4ta obliged to
cniiipb1!.. Ills Joiirni'y by uutomoblb', I
iitayliig north uf im Hue.
Walter (observing diner's dUsatls-rUyeri. Turner's salary this year
faction): "Aren't jour eggs cook-! "a 55.000 nnd his expense wero
ed lone enough, rlr?" ealU to lave amounted to i.'.SOO
"Vcs, hut not soon en
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L1NKVILLE IN YE OLDE TIMES
.Now Is tile llim
. to HWi-nr off Ni"V
(i start soiiu thing
firm friendship replaces tho former
Intensu dislike. In tho absence of
husband and lover, tho wlfo falls
Into tho hands of tho enemy, After
four ears sho escapes, returning,
with hor child to her natlvu town
In France. Tho poet has been In
valid out of nun Ice. To him tho
woman tells hor story and asks pro
tection for Imr child from hor hits-,
band'a anger. Tho husband comes
homo, finds tho child, and Instantly
accuses his friend, tho poet. The
true otory of, tho Infant's parentage
Is toll; tho two men Join forces to
avenge tho mother, nnd return to I
tho battlo front. '
should have your attention.
Cool t weather and storms
force 'prices up.
Our fuel is the best, "bur
prices are right on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama
oack. ' , . ,
Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
Anolhur ten cunt night nt the
Strand with ono of those wondorfii.'
western plcturos with Neal Hart as
tho star in what is offered for this,
evening. Tho tltlo of tho picture 1st
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FOUNtA BUNCH OF FLOyCRS WI'KIS &CK.
Flyer at 85
"Morn fun 'I'd uu'omi.blllnB,"
uili) Mm. ruiinbi llatl'tt, SS. N
vaiU ilnctr.. ufjir lmrnist lr
flight. Now, of tor. Inn hccin! onu.
ho'ii planning a lllatit from Rcoo
to CrlscOv, . .
Today At The Liberty
Abii tlMilie'- Ncii'iilb im Piollllilhin
t iii'iiiemhiiis Imllitiiniu nf M 'Hi i n tivllliillon.
CointiiK 1'ilihn Hint spe In) AHrmlliin
"THE SAIL01WV1ADE MAN"
Stuirlnu Unit "-l nt of ('. nirih. Hiiiu'it lilojil,
'I lilt Is tin1 lilte IiIk I.Ii.jiI spci llil lilt! fli-sl
fOUI--Hl l'IIN'ul Ml'. I.llilll H'T lllllllt'. Wl IIIC
lm I li till j oil mImiiii HiN one, iw II r.inlnlii'
Iiikiii .'iiiiiliin (limed to tin' font of Hliii Hum
win ever licfoio In. 1.1 jti.i .ill il hi n plitmi'. Hi 11
tt nnd be initiiuit'tl.
Don't Fail to Koad Tlio Herald Clnnaificii Adn.
THURSDAY, NOV. 9
ONE DAY ONLY
LAST SHOWING OF
"The Wall Flower"
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l.l MNt.'H 7 (III .N llsllll
Ailiili-, ;", I ;:' . niii'i ciilliiiin nil
Kiluiilaj anil Hunil.i) M.',lil-, (IiIIiIiiii UOc
- Don't fail to read the -Herald Classified Ad.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
The Mistake Was on the Wrong Man
iTwuTeUR.lET ME HAvlP lp!D OH I BEUEVE HE V-n
SOME MONEY- I WAT '.V2Ll.,c;o ;" ' n- rulrrl SO RIGHT
TO GEV 50METHING IN WITH IT- TIII3 WRONG WNGEM 0ACK HranE
THIS LITTIE STORE FIVE SPOT IS . r7 ANP SHOW HIM
BEFORE. VIE GO HOME! ALL I HAVE! 1 I doST WHAT HEGAVC
- . .. I , f I VOL-DOf4'T LET THAT
Y r7 I JCROOK. GET AWAV WITH
THAt'a THE WAV YOUR HARD
rABMEO MONEV GOES -LEAVE
IT TO A V7QMAM TO GET
FOOLED- I'LL BET SOMEPOCf
Puts one ovca ON HER.
EVERY PAV- 5HES ALWAY3
i MONEV : J
OH. IT'6 ILLRIGHT
NOW -HE GAVE Ma A
DOLLAR TOO MUCH.
AND MR TOOK IT BACK'
r h i.
FOR HOUSE MONEV .' S i ' IMk
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