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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HIGH SCHOOL HAS
GOOD MATERIAL FOR
. A BASEBALL TEAM
TI10 lilpli bpIiohI linn lilulily nf inn
tcrlnl for n pood ImkoIi.iII (cam this
Hprliw: mill If Din weather rcrmlta tlio
lioyn will iniiHo n Reed rIiowIiir lu-foir
I lip Rclinol lerm emls.
Soino .TO 01M boys Imvp ticcit thaw
ing up for ilnlly prncflrn lilili In
illralrs (lint thero will bo competition
fur litnltlims 011 tlio team. to kocn
tlinl novcnil places will prolmlily lip
filled liorniipo of tlip nvplrnnts abil
ity (o wield tlio I1.1t.
Ho fnr workout have liocn lieM In
tlio K. A. A. A. E.vmnnslum, whore
throw Iiir for romlltlon anil control,
bunting nml baso ulldlnc were prnc
IIcpiI. Howpxnr, thrco lnys lntt week
allowed tlio uoyn to KCt cmt-ofMloor.
A temporary illnmnml lias bren l.tiit
mil In tlio meadow near the HIr lla
In mill wlioro tlicy can practlco lilt
IIiir nnd bapo runnliiR. Tlio field,
though tlio first to dry-up after pncli
iilnrui. In too upongy for fast work,
but will Biifflcn for nutting thp play
era Into romlltlon while Modoc park
in neitlnR dry enough for play.
It Is too early In tlio seai-on to
even begin to M'lert n team, but these
playnrn which look best In their re
spective iwlttonn are: catrhor, ('has.
drove. I loins Mills and Chester Rhrlv
er: pllclior. Holier! Oootj. Harold
Wortley. Vernon Christy nnd Kay-
mond Hilton; first base, Itobert
(loot. Harold Wortley nnd Chester
Jthrlver: at Rccond anil short. Prank
1'pjton ami rjporRp Dow deem to havp
no competitien: third Dolos Mills,
Clifford Ilogtinnml I'at Montgomery;
nuiflold, Kenneth Maler, HoRer Mont
gomery, tawrenrp rreiich. Iean
tleckley. Martin Adams, Donald Dick
son and Uobort Cornish.
What may provo n hard blow to
tho team, however, will bo the loss
of Wortley, Peyton. Shrlver and Ad
ams. Thoso four have parts In the
pcnlor play and unless nrraiiRcmcnti
can ho mado so they can come tc
practice, thoy will havo to drop out.
Manager Leslie Peyton Is arrang
Ins pames with Ashland, Mcdford
nnd flrants Pass. The latter Is tho
only ono heard from and they wish to
oxchanRO games. No dctlnltn arrange
ments have been made as yet, for
this Ramo as MunnRer Peyton wishes
If posslblo to play tho thrco llogue.
lhcr 1 alley teams on one trip.
rutM si:kks jh:covkhv
Wlmer Itruthort of Port Klamath
Mrs. K t.. Smith and baby re-,
turned last night from n visit with
tolalHos In tho east.
It. W. Tower. Prominent fruit i
grower from Wonlon, l a business' nro co1Iiik to r?roor ItlSO.SN, from
Msltor hero todn). riorilo.ii Mothers of the miuio ptnee
P. l WiiRiier of San Prnnrlsro Is on ncount of monies due for IiiiiiIIiir
hem on business. j hay Mr (lonlons. The Cordons haw
II. P. Koosley of tho Port Klum- (lied n countrr claim for iltiimtKcs he
ath si'ctlon, rvtiirned last nlRht imiisp of the alleged nogllKomv of
from an eastern trip.
P. S. Dosji of tho supply depart
ment of the Southern Pacific, ar
rived latt nlRht for a short official
Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. II, (lodfrey ar
rived Inst nlRht from Massachu
setts, to lo the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. N. Drew.
Wlmer llrothers In the earo of the
hay hauled. Tho rase will probably go
to the Jury late todax.
Stato has 9000 fewer persons pay
ing Incomes this year.
kiuij appm'.s kixi:cti:i
Crimes (iolilcn. Kings, Dennett
Heeding. Wlnesaps, Ncwtons, Ithodc
Island greenings, and other kinds
rooking apples. Public Market, 9th &
1M Condrey of Dunsmiilr Is a
business visitor here.
C. A. Shephard. Portland wool
bit)cr. arrived last night. He ex
pect;, to purchase considerable wool
In this county.
Lewis Giiler, representing the de
partment of tho Interior, arrived
lust night from Corvallls. He will
be stationed on tho reservation this
summer In connection with beetle
.Mr .and Mrs. II. K. Nagcl of I.a
Crosse, Wisconsin, were Incoming
passengers on last night's train.
Napl Is ronnwleil with the La
Cros Hubber Mills company.
II. Donaldson l.opohl, Jr.. repre
senting tho Victor Talking Machine
company ,U a visitor hero today.
W. J. Crenshaw of Seattle Is a
businesH tlsltor here, arriving on
last night's train.
II. II. Garrett of the state under
writers' association .arrUed last
night fnr a business visit here.
J. II. McKee left for Dorrls thLi
II. V. Merryman was a passenger
on this morning's train for llray.
Itohert Davis. Swan Lake lum
berman. Is stopping at tho White
Attorney E. L. Klllott left this
morning for Macdoel, whero ho will
Tho children of II. C. Howard,
nccompanlcd by Miss England, were
passengers on the train this morn
ing bound for Weed.
Lcn PfcnnlRer. representing tho
Standard Illscult company, has just
completed a trip from Heddlug to
Modoc Point. Ho reports an abun
dance of snow In the northern part
of the county.
f.nfp Thnmiunn nrnmln.nl tt.ip-T
noy, formerly of I.akevlew, who hnj
been here taking depositions In thp
case of J. n. Mitchell against Mar
Frank Elliott of nclllngbain,
Washington, In hero visiting hi
sitter, Mrs. May Kranklln.
Taking of the ileposltlon of the
testimony of J. II. Mitchell, and W.
1 I). Mel.emore, In the caw of J. It
Mitchell against Marshall Hooper,
formerly of the Kirs I State bank, and
i others. Involving a claim for ilaiu-
ages for J 100.000.00, was completed
In tho circuit court. It Is expected
that the case will como to trial dur
HI VOUCH lilUXTK.D
A decree of divorce was granted to
Dorothy Ashby I'plon from Dean Pp
ton, yesterday. Dean Pplon was re
cently sentenced to thrco years In the
state penitentiary on a statutory
charge, to which lie hail entered a
plea of guilty
KOU SAl.H Oil TltADK -Two story
brick business block, U7H i'
Lot. too feet ileep. Main street, Ash
land. ! rooms on second floor anil
big store room main floor. Will
trade for house or acreage or sell at
snap. Owner- Itoom -toy, Metlfonl
lllilg.. Mcdiord. 13-:i
KOU KENT Kurnlshed
cabin, "41 Walnut.
KOU SALE Lots lfi0-crl blk. 119.
Mills Add'n. Von-resldent owner
paid taxes 1 1 yrs. make offer. Cour
tesy to agents. J. U. Wlthnm, KIT E.
04 St. Los Angeles. 31
WANTED A husband with light
hair, and must not be over twenty
five. I am a brunette. Pleaso write to
305 Lincoln St. 31
Alt resident and visiting Thirty
Second degree Masons are requested
to attend a meeting at Muonlc hall,
over Golden Itulo store, Sunday morn
ing at 10 o'clock April 2nd. 1922. Up
organization Election officers flhd
preparations for Easter services. J.
E. Uratton. 32 degree Sec'ty. 31-1
KOU KENT Furnished apartment.
Lorcnz npts. 12." X, th. 31-1
Saw mill mnchlnery for sale. One
CO x It! ft. Ilutt seam steam bnllur.
12.'. lb. steam prcssuro allowed by
Hartford Insurance company. Nearly
Ono 12 x 16 Houston Stnnwood &
Gamble center crank engine, flnu
One American Senior edger 4 x 4C,
In first class condition, llox T. C; Her
ald office. 31-G
BUY YOUR NEW SPRING SHOES
DURING ENDERS FORCED SALE
Ladies Pumps and Oxfords, values
Mens Brown English Dress Shoes,
Ladies Pumps and Oxfords, values
300 pairs Men Dress Shoes, wide
or narrow toe
Ladies John Kelly Oxfords and
Pumps, values to $13.50
EVERY SHOE IN OUR $25,000
STOCK CUT TO THE BOT
Most Complete Stock
in Southern Oregon
Better than you expect. The new
Coats and Capes we will show you
tomorrow are priced way below their market
value. New Spring colors in all late tweed
materials. For Saturday
Special $ 1 9 75
Black only. Sizes 9 to 10' L.
Three Pair for OC-
18-inch Cotton Crush, nbout one-half price
Amoskeag Apron Gingham
Best Grade, Special, per yard
36-in. Barred Curtain Scrim
18 x 36 Heavy Huck Towels
Special for Saturday, Each 1fir
47-inch Best Grade Table Oil Cloth, light and
dark colors, per yard
81x90 Pequot Sheets
Saturday Special, Each fl1 rfC
BUSINESS HAS GONE TO HELL
LIKE HELL IT HAS
What Klamath County Needs
is Spunk, not Bunk
out trying to nut it over
ting by;" use a real two-fisted effort and honest-
to-goodness judgment. To him will come
the reaf reward
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY
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