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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
U. S. WAR TRUCKS
FOR ROAD WORK
. J. MUMMY
K. J. BA1WETT ... City Edltot
Published daily except Sunday, by
Herald Publishing Company of
Kfcunath Falli, at 119 Eighth Street,
nterod at the pottottice at Kla-
aeth Falls, Ore., for transmission
tttfeagh the' malla ai second-class
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED
The Associated Press is exclusively
titled to the. use for publication of
n ew dispatcher credited to it,
r'aot otherwise credited b this
aef, and also the local .news pub
ME BURNS '' , ;
HAS RECORD XV
"A, BAD MAN"
.heirlff,Low:YreeellTed1 the. follow.'
Ja eMtt&tf from Sheriff Callaa,o
TTKa, ' 'caitfornra,- -teday.e . .-which.
atraa the record of; dde 'Burns,
fl "nsajtar sslad" 'of the Mt. He
aad Dorrte ; robberies which
'lace hi June. The thieves
iMMUl n IfcU pit anil IkA
MttacnUr .light of Joe' Schmidt,
3MC4e Barns and a man named
JtMehlas 'fbllowed, after a Cherro
let car, was' wrecked In the caaat
ait of this city. -
Sheriff Low' t and the local of
flews followed the trail oft ltbe
three men. Burns,, according- to
Sheriff .Low was rather pitied' by
m certain element 7ln this city as
they presumed he was hot 'a crlm
4ha, The clipping) taken from the
Treka paper a( the time of the
'Mat of Burns teller his recerd:
"Few people who read the ac
ent of the arrest of Eddie Burns
any Idea of the manner ot
the local officers had to d
Knowing his prisoner to hare
1adva wlge'experlence. Sheriff Cat
wis.v cdamnateated with the prl-
autborltlea of Leavenworth,
sending fingerprints bt
and the report of this Indl-
Mt'rl aHi reaaanrlng.j '
He Was known In the northwest
aa a desperate man and worked un
wer the nam,e of Loata Stearnagle
aad among other Items .the report
atates that he was the leader of a
More tlinn 2?,000 motor vehicles
havo been distributed by the Bureau
of Public Roads ot the United States
Dounrtment of Agriculture nmong
tho various states for rond-bulldlng
purposes. ,11 p to October 31 it total
of 27,198 had boon so distributed,
.Including 1,800 retained by tho De
partment ot Agriculture for uso on
roads In the National Forests and In
connection with the administration
of the Federal Aid Act. Theso com-
'prise virtually nil the surplus motor
vehicles turned over to the Depart
ment of Agriculture by the War Do
partment to be distributed under tho
Wadnworth-Kahn Act among the
States for road-tralldtnr purposes
These vehicles!1 consisting mostly ot
motor trucks, are a part ot the war
tnatertalriortglaaliy intended ,fpr use
In France.' ??, ?
it the' nnmoer" ot motor vehicles
distributed tQ,"thevSutes np'to Octo
ber 3li',Orgdn,waB.'' allotted 314
trucks and 84 autoa.
.ALIAS? HTLL..MAVS. u
"Alias ohaVWIlso," aa ha Vaa
booked" at" the 'police aUUe when
he was gathered, lawhUe 'iirrylng
an Interior, loa4' of mooashine, -will
be hta to'.py,-.bia fine when he la
Ukehl before Sedge Leavttt, aa
on -nir,pern ma tearenca at
th ataMo'n!" -v ',"1 ,
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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FSk itJNT 8, room completely fur
bished house with two garages.
Close in. Phone 353R. 28-30
WANTED-i-Small furnished or part
ly furnished house. Phone 3C3R.
COLOKIAI ONB ROOM CABINS for
housekeeping. 741 Walnut. One
cabin vacant. "22.
2ND HAND Heating Stoves for sale.
Colonial Rooms, 11th, near Main.
FOR SALE 1 1920 Ford, Touring,
completely overhauled, i pew top,
new battery, 1400. Classiest Chev
rolet bugjfa town, new paint, extra
tire. These care can be sold on.
very easy terms. See these at
LESTER'S SERVICE STATION
Upham and Prospect
USED CAR B.VAPH
All In A No. 1 Hhr
I PhavMliit TaiimIus iJAA AA
Cak of safe crackers, store burg- Saxon 6...!!lTourlng.!"."... 47c!oO
lars and box car robbers' operating Chalmers C .Touring fiSO.OO
1m central, Washington. On the:II,Poobl'?--Tourlng....M C50,00
YiyiBM mz ' rr ...i trcn nn
Uhundlor 0 Club Roadster
Kapea .irorn me county jail In Ford Bug .... 2C0.00
Vphrata, Washington, where he Studobakec C ....Tourlns 550.00
UERE are the, details of your Thanksgiving Dinner.
" We suggest that orders be phoned early Wednesday
morning tp, insure you getting, prompt delivery and
select choice for all your necessities
CApe Cod '.Cranberries ,..., 33 cte., lb
Heinz Phiin Pudding 59 cts.
Bweet Potatoes :. 3!b'25c
Mixed Nuta ..:.... :.... 30 cts. lb
Oranges "..":..'.,..-.. .L!: 65c to $1 doz.
PHUftTlftJj ,....,t...., .,.M,,.t,..,.i..i((. X f C ID
Pineapple'.'. .'.........:! 60c can
Celeiy (local) , .'.:....'....V..'... i0-16.26c . .
Lettuce (California) w..'. .'. .-. 10c ,
Oysters ....::. :.',:... 23c & 56ccaii
Mince Meat .';.:t..c .-. 26c lb ..
v t Florida. Grapefruit
'Applet .......ir..1..4.1... $2.50 to $3.00 peri box
' rt vc i
Jellies ..'....i .!.,..t,.36 .& '65c glass -
Cookies (fancy) ..:...'. M.tx,.! .'..v...'..40c .H '
Qr.iifff1' nafaa ' ' ' ' 1 miter
,' ' . Remember our-phone service begins a 7:16A.' A:' ' '
HOUSTOl & PHELPS
8TH AND MAIN J
"The Grocery . Store of Service'
CSK CARRIER FiqKONS
SALEId, Ore., Nov. 22. There Is
a possibility that cajrrlcr pigeona may
be used as a means ot communlcd-'
tlo'n in the Oregon National Guard,1
although Adjutant Oeneral White has
not yet announced his policy la, this
respect. A supply of the birds is
available from the army signal corps,
TV mz r-
and If national guard units of the
states are prepared to hoUse and feed
the pigeons and pay for tbclr trans
portation, they may be bad.
j AT THE HTRAND
'There is 'a real "he-man" story
.told in' the picture at the Strand to
night, In which Earl Motcalt and Vir
ginia Hammond are seen In parts pe
culiarly suited to their taptkbllltles.
In "The Rattler" Is presented' fast
moving story of an East Side fight
er's life from the slums to a place
ln,recognltcd society and his estab
lishing his Identity as tho kon of a
(.rich man. Through tho tense story
ot "Tho Rattler's" struggle runs a
delightful, yet thrilling, talo of his
loe for one of ,the social, leaders
of the big city.
Tomorrow nlgbt manager White
has prepared a rare treat for the
Strand patrons, when two big vaude
ville acts from the Pantsgen circuit
will hold lbo boards. Those who fall
to hear the unlmHabloi songbird, Ed
na Ferguson, will miss a rare treat,
while Jessie and Hubert will present
a clever 'comedy which Is Interspersed
with witty monologue, whistling and
singing of tho latest musical hits.
4. .Touring., .
u held for rrnnrf lrrnv.
Picking hi. way through twheav.- 'SI&lwX
ly locked doors. Kord ,A fi.-.Bedan.j,....,. 660.00
The young man was first sen- Will tako bay, cattle, sheep or
fenced In King county In 191B to hKs 'trade on uny of the nbovo
"the Monroe reformatory for burg'
lary for from one to 15 years, He
was paroled to join the Canadian
army, from which he deserted. He
wsi later sentenced frdm ona tot
It years to the .Washington state
VMiteatlary In 1918. He was again
Yareled and arrested again" for
cracking safes for which be was
waiting trial wheh "ha escaped.
He had been charged w!th habitual
criminalism. Ho is Jreported by
the sheriff from Qrant county
Washington, as. being a gun man
Kid a desperate character,
This is the prisoner who at
tempted to dig his way out of the
Maklyou county Jail, recently, but
aratr unsuccessful. y-t
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Suburban Model $495.
Couptry Seat Model . ?.,600.
White House Model ....'. ..700.
EARL. SHEPHERD CO.
507 MAIM 8TRHBT .
R. E. PATTERS.ON
llu'blc fiirnlshed tor private partle?,
dances or entertainments. ,
Thanksgiving Specials at
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2 ( Wi$l
Turkeys Six to twenty lbs.
Fancy Rib Roast, Rolled'lvffi.lT.;;
Choice Pot Roast rAMi
Fancy Eastern Oysters
Your Choicest ,
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Gold Medal Celeiy
L.' A. Head Lettuce
Sweet Potatoes' - -'
Full line of Fruits, ,
Any article in the Groceiy line
v'w I ti'.,y?- j;'
i Wt. LOIS O. BRIDGES
First Statq & Savings Bank
Phono 10 2-J
"SQUARE AS OLD ABE"
"Sure We Deliver"
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