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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH CALLS. -QftEGON'
FRIDAY, kV BO, 1081
The Evening Herald
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FRIDAY, MAY SO, I MS I
Dorris Plans For
Winning Ball Team
DORRIS, Cal., May 20. With
tho addition ot now men in tho
community from tho University of
California prospects for n winning
kasoball team aro looking up. Last
Sunday's workout revealed makings
.for n fast aggregation ot horso-
'A new diamond Is being put into
condition In tho outskirts of town
thai will rival tho lot whero tho
?Ww York Giants frolic. A road
grader and several dozen' men. with
garden rakes and maddocks trans
formed a sagebrush wasto Into a
decent triangle, -which with tho ad
dition ot a fen co and grandstand,
will mnko no mean appearance.
Charley Rugb, student from tho
University of California, has been
chosen captain ot tho Dorris Do
saons and will play either in tho box
or behind tho hickory. He la ex
pected to bo the runner-up for tho
A game will bo scheduled with
somo nearby team in tho noar fu
ture, It will bo necessary for tho
locals to play on foreign soil until
the home lot Is dolled up.
DORRIS, Cal., May 20. Floyd
Hart, assistant cashier for tho
First National bank of Mcdtord,
has been visiting with friends In
this vicinity. Ho returned to his
homo at Mcdford yesterday morn
A, D. Hcnnlng and daughter
wort visitors In town yesterday from
tka Hcnnlng ranch a tow miles
C. H. Fall, city marshal), Is busy
daring sparo momont attending a
largo onion patch ho has planted
era Butte street. Mr. Fall expects
to supply the local demand for
this pugnacious vegotablo during tho
Walls of tho new thcatro have
nearly reached completion. With tho
addition of a roof tho management
of tho Star theatre will install
chairs and equipment for an up-to-
dato plcturo theatre
Tho Paront-Tcachora association of
tho Henley school hold Its annual
business mcotlng Friday evening,
May 13th. Mrs. Elmer McClay was
elected president for the coming year.
Mrs. Tim Dixon was ro-eloctod sec
retary. Mr. Dunbar gate an Intonat
ing talk on tho duties ot n school
An enjoyable musical program was
given by tho Klamath Falls Oleo club.
A lorgo crowd attended tho com t
munlty dinner at Henley Saturday,'
May 14th. Klamath Falls high school'
defeated Henley, 15 to 3. I
Sunday school was organized nt '
Henley Sunday, May lMh, with Mrs
Everett Griffith superintending. Spe
cial services wero conducted by the1
Christian workers, Tho Senior and
Junior classes plan to study tho "I.lfol
and Teachings of Christ." Tho out
lino for May 22nd will be:
Tho Gospel of tho Infancy.
Tho Prologuo of St. John. Jo. 1:
Tho Annunciation. I.k. 1:6-6.
Dlrth ot John and Jesus. Lk. 1:57
2:20. Compare Matt. l:18-25.
Childhood of Jesus. Lk. 2:21-52.
Compare Matt. 2:1-23.
Doings At The
Tho Stanfleld Interests apparently
aro back of flvo now livestock corpo
rations that havo filed articles with
tho stato corporation department and
which havo headquarters at Ontario,
Malheur county. The Incorporators of
all aro O. E. Stanfleld, F V- Klvctto
and L. H. Strclgel.. Tho organizations
and their capitalization arc: Polk
& Stanfleld," $100,000; Trout Creek
Livestock company, J 100,000; Home
Sheep company, $50,000; Fegtley &
Co., $50,000; John Donsley livestock
The stato desert land board has re
fused to approve a propom.nl salo of
tho north canal unit of tho Central
Oregon irrigation project by tho Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation company to
tho Titlo & Trust company of Port
land. Tho proposed transfer was pro
tested by tho settlers. Tho board stat
ed that after satisfactory adjustment
had been mado with settlers the
board again will glvo careful consid
eration to tho proposed Assignment
on condition that tho plan Is accom
panied by a definite program of rec
lamation and financing. It was pro
posed that tho unsold lands In tho
unit be transferred.
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NEXT SUNDAY AT 8 A. 51.
Ity an order of tho public servico
commission, tho stato highway com
mission Is authorized to build two
expensive ovcr-grado and one under
grade crossing In Dakcr county, at
Intersections of the highway with tho
O. W. It. It. & N. track. An over-crossing
near Unity will cost $18,000.
Sacret Heart Pupils Get
Palmer Method Prize
On account of next Sunday being
Trinity Sunday and, therefore tho
closo ot tho Easter season, Mass
will bo celebrated at 8:00 in Mer
rill to cnablo tho members of tho
parish who have not heretofore
compiled with tho Easter regula
tion to receive communion at this
Out ot a total or 401 accidents that
woro reported to tho state industrial '
accident commission for tho week
ending May 12, six wore futal. ;
CAItl) OP TIIAXKH
We wish to oxprcss our slncero
appreciation to tho many kind
friends for tho sympathy extended i
to us during our recent beroave-'
ment and tho Woman'M Ilellcfi
Corps tor tho beautiful flowers.
MRS. CLAIIA DAVIDSON,
AND CORNISH I1ROTHERS.
Eleven members of the eighth i
grade at tho Sacred Heart academy
havo been awarded tho Palmorl
Method button. They are 'Ruth J
Moorman, Elizabeth Ramsby, Lucllel
Coan, George Connors, Wllma Orob,
Ocorgo Bertram, Louie Gorruc, Flor
escb Elliott, Veronica 5IcAndrows,
Esther Moorman and Anita Laui
renco. These students hao also fin
ished one-half of tho drills which en
tltlo them to tho Progress pin
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I Personal Mention
I,. L. Arnetto was In from his
ranch at Swan Lake jesterday
James Henley Is up from Henley
attending to busInoHs matters
F. M. Adalre, stato bank examiner
Is hero from Salem attending to mat- j
tcrs of business with tho lorul banks j
Miss Alma Wilson Is up from
Merrill to spend several days visit-'
Ing with friends.
J. Frank Adams Is down from his1
ranch on Klamath Marsh.
Elmor Morritt of Merill, Is In town I
to attend the Western Nights and at
tend to business matters.
Mr. and .Mrs. E. T. Glvan aro In
from their ranch at Bly to spend tho
week-end visiting with friends.
Gcorgo Watt, tho well known stock
man, loft tor a business trip to San
Francisco and Reno this morning.
J. R, Shaw, of tho ShawrBertrn.m
Lumber company, left for a short
business trip to Portland this morn
John Fahs who has been employed
by the Southern Pacific here, left for
Dunsmulr thla morning "whero he will
make his home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Davis aro In
from Swan Lake for a few days.
Ray Merrill Is an out of town vis
itor from Merrill.
R. C. Spink Is down from his ramp
on Spring Creek to spend a tew das
Mrs. Doffonbackcr and Loretta
Dclalr of Chlloquln, aro registered at
a local hotel.
George O. Hewitt Is over from
Medford on a combination business
and ploasuro trip.
Mr. and Mro. Harry Dolllngcr arc
over from Medford attending tho
Western Nights and visiting with
Chas. G. Twohy left for n short
business trip to San Francisco
Frnnk II Fletcher Is down from
Eagl Rldgo Tavern for a few ilus.
W. R. Saycr of tho A. C. Dutton
Lumber company, of San Francisco,
who has been hero for tho last few
Jlays on business, returned to his
.homo this morning. . r.
,r Mis L. II Jones wm.o pussungor
for Weed this morning.
' H. K. Wood, tho local representa
tive for tho Union Savlngs'and Trust
company, left for a short business
trip to Dorris this morning.
Gcorgo .Mnnguo, superintendent of
tho California Oregon Power compa
ny, and A. Westfall, water superin
tendent, left this morning for a but
In ess trip to San Francisco.
Emma Jackson was granted a di
vorce yestorday from John Jackson.
H. 11. Manning was attorney for the
Engineer Frank Shlmmlns Is fill
ing tho bulletin Job on tho passenger
run between hero and Kirk.
Thomas Miller, local fireman for
tho Southern Pacific, has recently
been placed on tho local freight -scr
vtefl between Klamath FnlH and
Mrs. Clara Davison, George Cor
nish and family, Clayton Cornish and
family and Oscar and U-o Cornish ! neral of their son and brother, Van
returned Inst night from Medford.
where they attended the military fu-
Allori Cornish, which win held In th.it
We'll soon strike oil and we're
dead sure to strike hot weather.
Prepare to keep cool against both
emergencies by securing one of the
high grade refrigerators at the
Klamathlce &Storage Co.
These goods are being turned on a
close margin. .
See them at once.
In by nine
If )onr films are left with us before nine o'clock
jour pictures Mill bo
Out by five
o'clock that iiflcinooii,
BRING US YOUR FILMS
v iS T'V I!Va in
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
VHERC PARTICULAfi PEOPLE
I puStv I BUY THf.lR DRUGS fAVSTgr
Throw your worn shoes away
TIIKV CAN UK HE-MADE LIKE NEW.
Shco Repairing Is a REAL SERVICE to tho PUI1LIC.
Two hundred millions of pairs wcro ro-mudo In tho
last twelvo months. '
' Shoo Repairing means REAL ECONOMY and COM
FORT to thoso who uso such servico.
QUALITY Shoo Repairing DOUBLES THE LIKE of a
pair of shoes. ,
Urlng or send your shoes to '
BRADLEY-EVANS SHOE CO.
KIIOI-S AND HllOi; ItEPAIIUNO
WORK PROMPTLY DONE GOOD WORKMANSHIP
THE 1MXVC QN OlHjy IVAWFR
Ubo ordinary Fir Flooring ,whon you can buy tho famoua '
FORKED LEAF OAK FLOORING
For lesH than you would pay for n Kd carpet?
On account of u recent decllno In tho murkot wo aro ublo to mako
theuo exceptionally low prices: i
13-16x214 Clr. Quartored Whlto Oak 22G,00
13-10x2U Cloar Plain Whlln Oak 170,00'
13-lCx24 Ko. 1 Common Ouk DO. 00
3-8x2 Clear Quartered Whlto Oak .. J17C.00
3-8x2 Cloar Plain Whlto Oak . 120.00
Wo have thla stock Hturod In iluat nml iiiulsturu proof bins
ready for liiiineillalo dollvory.
Wo Invito your Inspection
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