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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1916)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, JUNK 2S, 1tt
WAILOP GRANTS PASS wonhes
nits mum mil
Maay playa wtre
aoctaloae were uafav
to the leeele, bat all reallied
that the h were Hun, and called
tho play ae they r theaa.
la tte Int. Tucker Johaaos waited,
waa aaertaced to second by Bowdes,
tbc fifth on a walk, an error, a kilt b
l'emoll and a delayed steal. Ono bit,
Klamath Fall really wun tho game
In the seventh. Bowdcn lived on an
error at flret and scored on Nelson's
third bit, a double .N'oUoa and Lyle
tallied a moment later, when LyJo put
the ball Into the north weal corner of
Josephine county for a home run. Two
MONOPLANE B1RDMAN WHO
THRILLED THRONQS AT EXPO.
8ITION, MEETS DEATH At fit-M;
SULTOF LOOPINQ LOOP
Oregon Cashmere (Suits
I oa Keleoa's smash to right
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easier, MMt Korw ia on mi ui.niu, mrre ma. United l'rens Service
IMitorlMU. Two hits, two rsaa. I Grants rasa scored U.eir last run in (
OraaU Paas la their half made one the seventh on two error nnd a aacrl-' 03HKOSII, Wis., June 26. "Do-Any-
whea after Weckler atrvek out, 'flee My. thins' Charleu Mice, Monoplane nvl-
To make tho game safe, Klamatb'ntor, died hero this morning as the re
made four In the ninth. Nelxon looked
too dangerous to Cornell, o ho
t.alkcd. Lyle cot a blngle. Ginger
With Two PairsJPantsfor 'Fifteen Dollars
Some Mighty Clever Patterns to Show
Osborne doubled, west to third when
Altea footled Bogart'e bit, and acored
oo a aacrlSee iy to Johnson. One bit,
It waa raialag bard la the third and
Lyle walked the Irat two men to face
'suit of lujurlea received yestordav
when he fell 200 feet while looping the
Nile was for some time connected
Kit one. Clarke sent a lone fly to left
anil Kelson scored after the catch.
aha. Bogart drove the ball out of the Lyle was right on his heels, and whun W,i, the Carnuulsta forces In Mexico,
let for a boater, scoring three. Baker
I !.. ralAa frit a AMU in af.innrl .
dropper He also made a number of
aleo got a alt, bat the next two men
were easy out. Two hits, three runs.
la the foarth Klamath tied the score.
Neleea alt, weat to second wbea Green
weed get kit by Cornell, and both
eared oa Clarke's two-base crash,
filler daaMeatad aad ecorod Clarke.
Three htta, two raaa.
la tae ifth, KUaaatb took the lead,
and Greenwood scored, while Bill tal
lied on Johnson's second two-baso hlL
Four hlU, four runs.
For a moment In tho ninth Grants
Pans looked troublesome. Osborne
struck out, Bogart doubled and Baker
hit, leaving one out and two men on
bares. I'urnull was up. IIo smashed
gettlag two ma oa Olager'a doable ' the tall over second, but eomeono had
altar Jeaatea and Bowden hit and Lyle I forgotten to remove Johnson from tho
had beaa aarfoeely paased. Three field of play, so Tucker pulled a neat
aMa, two raaa. J running catch and raced across second
tho Basra was tied, Oranls btiie, doubling Baker unassisted. Two
raaalag la two la their half of hits, no runs.
saHHL f m SBJB! If OrVar afafsl
exhibition tllghtn at the Panama-Pacific
ejtponltlon In San Francisco last sum
mer and fnll, and ho sustained two
falls whllo there.
WILL GIVE DANCE
ON FRIDAY NIGHT
THE LADIES OF SACRED HEARTf
Gomes irom the House of -
Models and Patterns to Please Young
Men and Old Men
$20 to $40
The Ceaaaserclal Clab Directors moot
aight la regular seeslon.
Haaai Frooi City,
Beaut A. Jeaaeoa has returned f root
a boataeae trig ta faa Itaaclaoo.
Mm, Dob Data hae retaraed froaa
Weak., where ehe was
ay tto iesalse of her aletar.
"Mflka HaaW "Doc" Ualaui were
la tMa aatlem yattaraay, TtelUag the
taaaa at tto Martaa raaeh la the In
taroata of tto Aaalaad Xoaad-Ua.
farae Haagtaad left' yesterday for
eh leal, to TiaH her graaaaother.
Mm. Harvey, aad other relatives la the
ttogaa Hirer Valley.
Mr. And Mm. I). G. Wallace come in
yesterday from Vrlnovlllc, tho former
to conduct tho prosecution In tho llous-ton-Joltey
case In the circuit court.
Crescent People Here.
Charles Thomas, Charles K. Street,
Jess Davis, V. XI. Funk and Eddlo San
try ro among thrf Crescent people In
town to attend the Houston-Jolly case.
CHURCH ARRANOE FOR AFFAIR
AT THE PAVILION, WITH SIX
At a meeting of the ladles of Sacred
lle.irt church, arrangement were
made for a dance to bo given Friday
numlng. This will bo given at the
Pavilion, and an orchestra of six will
Tickets will be placed on sale within
the next few days by tho ladles.
Moves His Stock.
F. J. Kra yesterday completed the re
moval of his dry goods stock to tho
Bolvln building on Main, between Fifth j
and Sixth, and opened for business at j
tho new stand this morning.
Made to Your Measure Made to Suit
Your Individual Requirements Made
by America's Master Tailors. Suits from
$16 to $35
This Big Store for Men Can Serve You Beit
K K K STORE
Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Keller left to
day for tho Keller ranch in Langell
Valley, after a honeymoon trip to Up
per Lnko points.
Come in and see this
Victrola XVIII $300
Mtutinl m)ioitir osUnft v. iih mmUJ
mouUmf , wU (nn nJ Uc
ThU new Victrola XVIII is representative of the very highest
type of construction known to the art of cabinet making. An
imtrumcut of .unuiual beauty
If you mctlccllicily in your home, yuu'll lie intcioicl in the ta iicvt it) Ic
Vktrolat cquijiet evtth electric muiuri nu vIin!injj im-eiiaty
Victfoh XVIII electric $350
Victrola XVI electric $250
Ktoa ia any lime and we"ll ily demomtratc thre Vlcimlat and play
ay mutie you with to hear,
Oikilttt'rtoMSt Vlttut VUltli UOKtXlO, Ikmu t.ll r lontmUac It i'Uitl
SHEPHERD PIANO DEPOT
Next Dear reetemee Klamath Falls
WELL KNOWN KLAMATH COUNTY
STOCKMAN AND PRE8IOCNT OF
PORTLAND LIVE8TOCK YARDS
J. Frank Adams has been appointed
ono of tho judges of tho Wild West
events at tho ftogua Hirer Round-Up
to ho held at Ashland July 4, G and 6.
The Ashland association has re
ceived word from Win. II. Daughtrey,
president of tho Portland Union Stock
Yards company, that ho would accept
tho Invitation to act oh ono of tho
judges of events during tho Round-Up.
This nows is very pleasing to the
committee, and will bo to all contest
ants. For fnlrnosn and ability It will
J bo hard to heat Mr. Adania and Mr.
See the new bunch of Three Way Collar "Sport
Shirts" just in. Exclusive Agents for Hatch One
Button Union Suits. B. V. D. Style Union Suit
with long legs.
IS UP ON TRIAL
ACTION RK8ULTINQ FROM SALE
OF ESTRAYED HORSE IS SEINQ
THRC8HCD OUT BEFORE JURYL
MRS. WILL 6IMS SUCCEEDS
The Bret law case of the June term
of tho circuit court began today with
tho trial of the action of J. C. Houston
against Augustln M. Jolly and others.
The null Is an action for conversion
and damages, growing out of tho sale
.of an estrayed homo for damaged he
caused on tho property of one of the
N. O. Wallace or Prlnevllle appears
for tho prosecution, and K. L. Klllott
for tbo defense. Tho jury wan com-
, plotod this forenoon and the testimony
IN iu being heard tbls afteraoon,
CAPTURING WILD STALLION.
THIRTY KLAMATH HORSES FOR
Quito n roplnc feat waa accomplished
iby n Klnmnlh county woman last week,
when Mrsv Will Sims successfully
roped and captured "tho wild stnlllon
of Bow loa Creek," who has been sought
In vain for Home timo by stockmen of
Klamath and Modoo counties. This Is
considered qitllo a feat, considering
tho horse'i i,rjf.t imputation for clevori
nosa In tivotdlni; capture.
Mrs. Siuii was out with her husband,
who has n contract to deliver ten out
law horses, nnd twenty wild horses for
Urn Ashland Hound-Up. Tho stallion
wII be pent over u one of tho wild
.fcorfes, nnd ho ouKht to give consider-
wuo trouble to Uio acquero drawing
him In tho wild horso raco.
Sims has rounded up Rim-Rock
Johnny, Skylight and eight other tad
buck-era for Uio Ashland show. They
are all In Ono condition.
For the very best life and accident
Insurance, ece ChllceU.
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