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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, 'KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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By RECTOR IS
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In on clit to tlicm
KILLED IN TEXAS
HERZOG IS HELD
FOR GRAND JURY
tome ursinKvr or thi
UKKAK HI NKl'K 1
INTO MIAM.OW WAIl'lt
l'nul Hoi nig of AlROina who .n
arretted on Klamath Indian Ueer-
I'll Nation Krld.it. June 13th. itwi
lli: brought hero tt Walter G Wott Su-
po-Mor of tho Klnm.ith HoeratIon
on the rhiuge of iutioducitig luiuor
on tho reservation w.s gtton n pre
llminarv examination last Krldav
nftornoon before I nltoil States Com
missioner Thom.n Tho evidence
pprodueod hv tho Government lmlt-
from tho toranda of tho cated that Horjog was eon to Mo
shortlv before eight nVlin-k .posit n gunny s..ick containing some- i
Ko Ueotoi. Sn o.ir ohl on of
Vr and Mrs. K C. Hector rf ll
MvmiuUo --treei. Is. tho firt Iclim
fa ilron iitnn iccldent In Corpus
Chritl tht season, rte made a shal-
"Vhcn ho did not appeal In tho wa- thing ho.ity In tho thick brush along
tw poisons who won' vfaudltig h . i. b.'-ioad near Chlloiuln Tho sack
rrtnarkcst thoro was a polbllltt of was later discolored to contnln
fs haxii'p he-en Injured, but ot hen I eleven full iju-irts of whlskoy N'o
siM ho ha 1 boon sw tannine under (i0rouo was offered hy Horiog nml
water anil hail come up out In tho.jne was bound ovor to await tho ac
yjirf As Hector wis not a member . . th . . Inderal crand lur.
f anv party, hut had gone to tho
orh alone, no one paid further at
tention, nnd tt was half an hour lain-
that his body iras washed to
First aid was given and a call sent i
Kt Fire Headquarters for the pulmo
ttir. Eventually the body was brought
to the fl- house -in' t'u nt-lmotor
ir nsed fo- half an hour without
ffr It is believed that in the dlte
e broke his nook or fractured his
sutt. Then was a wound In the World international commerce In
Head which Indicated that lie mavil9lS was neurit or quite JSOrtrtO
intv struck a sharp stone Tho vater! 000.000 in stated alue agulnt $10.
in which he dived U not more than 000.00.000 In 1913 .and $20 000,.
tour feet In depth. 000.000 in 1900 Official figures
The man's parents were at the Tire nf the 191 trade of 0 principal
House ami waited during the time the countries of the world are now avail
pulmotor was used. The futher pate ah, ,, thM) ,, th .,
figures for other countries tho Na-
hls bond being fixed at J I BOO, which
The car drlwn by Horxog is sub
ject to confiscation by tho govern-
'Input if he I- convicted, and It Is
now In the utstody of the Indian
Sort I co.
BILLIONS LAST YEAR
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WMtZfm. LaW W teiliy rtft-fifefaS
KMUr 'f II Hraa ! I W" vi .1 -IVT1 -f i.M JMMU
-m w rmr - a - ' mm '- .9-:r ,vi - ii -jtrv-
.tv i i rr.- u. t mttrti' 11.
rie oust? of Kuppenheimer Clothes
np hope at once and moaned and
trfAf. but the mother hoped until the
tesr. When told that her son had
yone out she shrieked and tore her
terself upon the younR man's body.
hoelf upon the toung man'- mody.
etlllni: him to speak to her and lnfst
lop that h was not dead I'h-ilcians
linally nnclasjted her hands from tho
body and she was taken to her home
Vhe father cotlap-cd completely
Rector was born tn California, and
fame to Tevas set era! ears ao The
family had Iied in Corpu Chrisu for
s year and tho father and son v. eie
itlona! City bank of New York esti
mates that the valuation of the en
tire International commerce of the
world In the calendar vear 191" will
when official figures become avail
able, approximate and perhaps fully
equal O. 000.000. 000 aKnlnst $S3 -000
000.000 In 1317. $17 000,000
o in 191S and $-tnooo.oooooo In
19tt. the jear prereilinK the war
The 20 countries for which 191S
ftiRures are now ntailable are the
most important from. t lie trade staml-
Thoroughbred style, designed, cut and
tailored for two-fisted- upstanding young
Americans. Robust lines with the finishing
touches which lend a bouyant effect, the
style of strength, virile, yet graceful.
These special models for the New Amer
ican Figure are exclusive Kuppenheimer
products. We show them in a judicious
variety of new style details and fabrics.
firtners In a confectloner shop bust- point of world nations In a few
Tiess in the Catharine buildinc. ail- Inntnncrs the f Inures for 19 IS are
joining the Amu.su theater entrance baed upon estimates for tho cloMnc MIMII iiltl TIII.ATUI' l
A pathetic feature of the tragedy- months of the ypar. but In practically ' MIW UWDS.
was the fact that the yeuni: man did fall the Important caws the futures
not want to ro to the beach last night . are Rotermental and coter the full MIIllKOUO. June 23 Announce,
bat finally teilried io th peiuas!on year incut was made todnt of the taking
f his farther, who Insisted that the Xearlv one half of this estimator! oter of the Puge Theatre. Medford
-ecreation would be beneficial.
Sector was a member of the Odd
jeiiosrs. and naa many rrem.ls nejby the Une(, Sta, Q nrltaln. pictures, hy Arthur Moran and Tl 1
had an acreeable peronaltt and hi. , pranw ,uly Cana(a ,, Ja
,hoP was a favorite place with the' RloxlatRec,nt ( ,hrdu ghr( ,
The Herald tells you today's new today not tomorrow.
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world total of $60,000,000,000, Hays, legitimate play house, which part of
the bank's statement, was handled ttio lime nas neon ilevoteu to moving J
Percy, owner and munagers of the'
Besides has parents, he ieates two
.sisters. Airs T V Evans of Long
Mott. and a sister In Abllene.whose
eaate could not be learned, but who
irflt not be notified of the tragedy,
because she is HI.
At the Jordt-Allen moreue. where
4be body was taken. It was said that
Rector's nk was broken, and that
lis death could not be blamed either
ro the delay In getting the pulmotor
r the delay in getting the body out
af the water.
DKLAP UKATS WIItT
with two iik; nsii.
County Clerk C H Del.ap. after
reading the Wlrtz fish story, deter
mined to put the "music master" to
shame After enlisting the sertlces of
J W McCoy as witness, he started
for Soenrer Creek in quest of fish
I.ao Friday night Mr Uelp's
family had gh en him up and were
preparing to retire when they heard
him slip Into the kitchen tind upon
going out and peering Into every
lllalto Theatro. on a 10 year's lease
from Or Frederick C Page The lat
ter finds that he can no longer devote
ho much time to the running of the
Page and tuu therefore retired to give
much needed tlnm to his other Interests
UA.VT TO Ill'V?
We alwnH hato a carefully select-
ed list of houses, lots, business prop- X
crty and farm lands, at reasonable
prices We know good land, and wo
know values. Call at 6S3 Main St.. v
or Phone 66 Chllcoto & Smith 17tf t
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SOUor Ktcnarclson and Sonne " i "" t'-cring into every r . ..,,. r..,..,.., ...,. .,...,
Clark, men honorably dischargpil corner they at last discovered two you know that tho Klks are coining j
from the navy, recovered the body, under sized trout shivering In tho ,,n August 14, 1C and 16? Now get j
The county clerk had "a lot f
and used navy first aid measures
From the Corpu Chribtl Caller.
Mr. Rector was for over a year
alerk In the old American Hotel In
this city His father was the news
agent between this city and Weed,
and had a host of friends all along
the line. The family was a most es
timable on and their man) friends
will be deeply grieved to learn of the
courage to come home with that
catch." his friends Insist. I
Crnssett Shoes Makes Life's Walk
Hast- Wo are exclusive agents
nradley'H Shoe Store. 21-lt
We specialize" In fitting Children's
Shoes. Ilradley's Shoe Store 21-1
'fOO LATE TO CLASSIFY,
XOTICi: TO lll'IMH.VG
"""' You donna Keep'em Down
on the Farm." and other live records.
Sb"iherd's next door to Post Office.
TO THE WOMEN FOLKS OF
It In now, as It ever has been, up to tho women folks
to plan to take care of the vliltlng Elks when they ar
rive next August, and I want their co-operation In plan
ning how to buy for this big erent, for you are surely
a-eolng to need a lot more bed-clotbcx to cover the vis
itors that you will have under your roof, and I want to
be prepared to take care of your needs In tbli line; so
come In and let's talk over the bed-clothes situation.
You will need a few cots, pads, oullts, sheets and
blankets, bo place your order now for them, so we will
be prepared to take care of your seeds on a moment'
notioe. At least give me an inkling as to what you will
need, so that I can prepare for your business.
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE,
" The Furnisher of Hippy Homes."
Business Phone, 41 , Reesldence Phone, 290
The Presbyterian Church Invites
bids on plans for new building at
corner of 6th and Pine Sts.. Klamath
i Falls Oregon. Boaled bids accented
'till 10 A M Saturday Juno 28th at
or'lce of Arthur R. Wilson, C17 Mam
St parate bids considered on exca-
vption, wiring, heating, plumbing
i All bids must bo accompanied with
certified check for S per cent of
amount, bid. Plans nnd specifications
on file at office named. Right to re-
, Ject any and all bids resorved.
ARTHUR R. WILSON
I 23-4t Chairman Hoard Trustees,
Mrs. D. F. Salmons, lSUi Messanle
St. St. Joseph, Missouri would ap
preciate any Information concerning
her brother, John Pfltiger, now" 47
years of age. Last heard of at I -owls-ton,
Idaho, In 1013, 23-3t
FO R SALE First class ,rye hay,
1C. 00 per ton at the old Menden-
hall place three miles east of the
city on the Olene road. P. ,C. Carlson.
FOR RENT Furnished house, 914
Grant Street. Inquire 714-10th St.
or phone 270 TV. 23-3t
FOR SALE 240 acres, $6,000,
Three miles of R. R.f on Irrigation
nich nlrf hulldlnri! rood rraln land.
Would take automobile, up to 11000,
zfjuu casn oaiance iirnu. ov acres,
$1600, 70 acres grain, $800 worth of
timber; close to R. R. Barn and old
house; can gire possession October.
Address Robt. S. Fry, Algoraa, Ore.
TO LET A contract to log and haul
lumber. Write or call on O. F. Has
kell, Macdoel, Calif. 23-6t
So many people would like to go camping if they could rent a
tent, that we have added a tent renting department to our busi
ness. Now is the time to take the kiddies and a tent and enjoy
life in the open. Our charges are moderate.
GUNS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION, FISHING RODS AND SUP
PLIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Visit our store and see our curiosities. We have fa '
T one of the most unique museums in the country. fr. t
THE GUN STORE
J. B. CHAMBER'S.
619 MAIN ST.
$ ' t f-j