Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
f. ' ,' f'tv
msrnr, july in, 102a
' THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRUIT NOT DELAYED
CiUlfomU Hlilpmenln (Joing
I)cpltc lUllrond Strike
HACUAMHNTO, July 13. Kresli
fruit Ik kuIiir oast iih uhiiiiI In splln
of lha strike, ncconlltip to nfflrluls
off tho vnrloUH fruit conilinuli lo
ll ny. They stated Hint eastern buy
ors were a tittle slow nt bidding at
Hip present time because of ttin
Inndcquato shipping; facilities 1 ur
ine tlio strike.
Tho California Fruit Distributors'
figures for dnlly shipment for July
7, S and 9 are:
WHKIIK KVKUtnODT OOK-
nOMK OP TIIR 1IOIWINHOV KKATURKH
. . 60
MtCH JKWIXltV l'.CiaiMKI J
I.OS ANOKI.KS. July 12 More
than $1,000,000 worth of nutomo-
bllcif, watches. Jewelry and other J
articles remain In the custody of
tho local pollco department because (
tho owners cannot properly Identify,
what belongs to them, according to
Pollco Statistician L. W. Lyons.
"Only $800,972.72 worth of Mol
un articles, out of the 1.S09.
C 41.21 worth recovered from
thieved during the past twelve
months, have been returned to tho
UWQCrii IU LiJUUB. .11 ,vi Alt-1
other million dollars' worth could
..- t...i ... . .. ..- I
nnTC ucesi re i uracil u uiv ukuitb
had kept a record of the number
of their watches, cameras, guns- and
other personal belongings."
The big western feature
WM. S. HART
"The Lone Avenger"
The 100 per cent western showing Hart at his best.
A cyclone of cowboys, hard riding, action
Also a beautiful scenic and good comedy.
"THE WAY OF WOMAN'
And Country Store
Admission 10c and 20c
Show Starts at 6:30
KORMKR IIK8IOE.NT KILI.K1)
News of tho death of Terry WII
lard, 2!, from Injuries received
whllo working In tho woods near
Marshflcld, reached hero this morn
Ing In a telegram to hU mother.
Mrs. 8. C. Chlntcll. Vllard had
made his home In Klamath Falls
hlu co childhood until a few months
a Co when ho went to Marshflcld to
work for a lumber company there,
hating been thrown out of work
by the doting of the Klamath FalU
milts. Details of tho accident have
not bocn received by his family.
ifo Is survived by his mother, Mrs.
.Cbtntell and a step-father, and by
sister, Aretha Chrlstcnson. The
body will bo brought here for bur
ial, the funeral havlug been set
for Sunday afternoon.
Hsrald dsssin4 ads y yoc
FOR 8AL.E J000 feet
121 N. 11th St.
FOR SALE 4 room modern house.
Take good car as part payment.
Seo McDonald at Darbcr Shop. 117
S. 0th 8t. 13-15
FOR SALE 14 ton Maxwell truck
at a bargain. Klamath Falls Auto
Co. 224 Main St. 13-15
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath and phone S12 N. 9th
FOR 8ALE Spau of logging horses.
A, J. Manning, Klamath Falls.
WANTED To buy pigs. II. E.
Christy, Do 387, city. 13-14
WANTED Cook for about thirty
men. two rallca'froni town. Wom
an prefcrrod. Apply employment
bureau, Arcado Hotel. 13-15
FOR SALE Ono oak dresser, ono
Gearlioat knitting machine, 12
Itbodo Island Rod pullets, one sani
tary couch. Phono 23 9-W. 13-14
CANARIES FOR BALE Call 961
Rose St. 13-15
FOR SALE Flvo column Ilurroughs
Adding machine. Holllday Dairy,
7th and Klamath, 13-15
If you havo not, und If you have
iiovor been vacclnutod against Ty
phoid, you (or a member of your
family) may bo tho next victim of a
dlsoaeo that strikes uu unoxpectedly
as tho hold-up man In tho night.
Don't watt until It is too luto
At the LIBERTY Today
A strange story of how a prt'tty filrl
Rot mixed up In tho under urM a tale
that Is unusual but posilble. The title,
THE BLONDE VAMPIRE"
doc not begin to do Justice U this ex
tremely Interesting story.
Special for Children
On account of Friday being our rrc
ulur dny to show "Stanley in Africa,"
anil not wUhlug to bar any child who Is
following this ubnorblng xtory. wo will
mnko n xpoclal price for alt children to
"THE CONNECTICUT VANKKK" on
Friday Afternoon for Ten Cents
This Includes tho entire program. Fri
day evening tho children's jrlce will bo
, tuuuty.fivo cents.
STAR THEATRE TODAY
CHARLES RAY in
"GAS, OIL and WATER"
A great mystery drama of the Mexican border and
it is Ray's latest production.
Wallace Reid and Elsie Ferguson in
Based on the novel "Peter Ibbetson."
Two great stars in a greater picture.
One ' quality only
the standard fer: all
y Size or price cannot "modify the one
quality Goodrich standard. You can buy
any Goodrich Tire, Silvertown Cord or
the popular 30 x 3 J4 clincher fabric, and
know beyond a doubt that you are getting
the same quality always It is this quality
which has made Goodrich Tires unsur
passed for dependability and durability
in service, mileage and value.
This principle has put the real meaning
in the widely known Goodrich slogan of
"best in the long run."
Look for this Goodrich Tire sign over
your tire dealer's store. It means satis
faction in every transaction.
THE D. F.GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY
SILVERTOWN CORDS ACCESSORIES
NEWS OF RELIEF
' FRIDAY and SATURDAY
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUMMER SUITS AT THE
LOWEST PRICE THIS SEASON
Regular $25.00, $27.50 .
Regular $30.00, $32.50
Tomerrow: Friday, and continuing Saturday,
we offer Men's and Young Men's Suits at the
lowest price this season. Jaunty sport models
for the young men; patch pockets, half belt,
plaited back models. Also thee-button, con
servative, roomy models for the voider men.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
We have taken our entire stock of Men's and
Young Men's Straw Hats and placed them on extra
special sale for two days Friday and Saturday.
All this season's shapes and braids, plain or rough
straws; sizes 6 to iy2
Now at a Price, $2.55
Regular $3.50 and $4.00
Regular $5.00 to $6.00
"I AIN'T MAD AT NOBODY"
Fourth and Pine
, . T 41.v flnmi