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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Increase in Domestic Con,
sumption For April 145,-
tlio hum and purr of the automobile
mglno Is more nudlhlo than ever.'
and Hint all America has taken to
whcols, Is Indicated by'lho announce
ment by tho bureau of mines that
gasoline Blocks In tho United States,
which have been steadily mounting
to now high record marks, are now
on tho decline. On Juno 1. stocks on(
TONIGHT AT THE
WHKKK KVEIIXBODT OOl
OMK OP THE BODKINSON FKATCRM
"Country Store" and Big Double
Bill Feature Tonight
Gilbert M. Anderson
'Hie Son of a Gun"
Clara Kimball Young and cast of 20 Big
Movie Stars in
Every married woman, as well as every single girl who expects
someday to reach the marrlago state, will find valuablo Informa
tion in soclng tho Marionettes. Also
A Beautiful Scenic and Good Comedy
Some ct tbo ptics given away at Country Store tenight: Two
fryers, box crackers, pound coffee, package tea, can Karo syrup,
can salmon, package rice, and others. Prlres given away at 9:30.
Show starts 6:30. Admission 10 and 20 cents.
Coming Sunday NORMA TALMADGE in
'THE PROBATION WIFE"
Admission 10c and 20c
Modoc Park, Sunday, July 23
KLAMATH CUBS va, BEATTY
Game Called at 2 P. M.
Tickets on Sale Waldorf f, Mar's, Triangle Cafe,r
Blue Bird, Sweet Shop, Pastime.
EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY
You will find more bargains in our store not
advertised than are advertised. We call attention
here to only a portion of the bargains you can get
at our store tomorrow. '
Hod Illbbon 1'can, 2 lb, can, 3 for $ ,etl
Ited nibbon Coffee, 1 lb. can , -la
Poet's Wusplujj Muchlnu Soap, 214 lb. pkg ' aa
Ivory Soap, largo alio, bar, 4 for ,30
Ivory Soap, medium bar, 7 for , .30
Pond Q Naptha Soap. 8 for '. '. 30
Crystal White Soap, lo for ,.v .' 30
Crome Oil Toilet Soup, 6 for .'. 30
Klamath Choeso, por lb a
Klamath Falls Creamery Butter in
Kivah l(unch Eggs, per dozen ;u
Due to the sharp advances in the sugar market
lately, our advice to the public is to make arrange
ments now for your sugar needs for some time to
Grey & Durbin
North Sixth Street
hand nt the roflnorles Rmountedl In
sr.,007,102 gallon, which In 35,.
CM, 000 Rallons below thn record
figure or 892,267,768 gnllon nttaln
oil nt the beginning of May. Thp fact
that tho bllllon-gullon mark, fore!
casiou in some quarters, was not
reached seems duo to tho tremendous
Increase In domestic consumption of
gasoline, which amounted to 4S1.
242,343 Rations In May. This figure
reprcsentH an Increase In domestic
consumption of gasoline of 113,000,
I 000 rbIIoiis over tho month of April
, iiiiu i iii.vuu.uuu gallons over mo
I month of May. 1921. (Jnsollno con.
sumption figures for May constitute
n rccoru ror mat month, ami nro
,,, f0Ur imllllon gallons of tho
record-setting figure attained In
August, 1921. although occurring
three months before tho custotn.irv
month of largest consumption.
Production of gasollno In May
amounted to 5t3,63S,96f gallons, an
mcren,e of -41,000.000 gallons over
Show SUrts at 6:30
of Excitement At Home
Ball Game of Season
tho month of April, Tlio sharp In
crease In gasollno eonaumplton, Junv-
oer, was sufficient lo offset tho In
created production and to luuugurato
tho doanonal dccllno In stock n
month earlier than It usually occur.
Heporta to tho bureau of mine
show that 315 refineries operated
during May, an Increase of 12 us
oempared with tho previous mouth,
Hants reporting during May wore
running an neragc of 85 per cent of
their dally Indicated capacity.
Exports of gasoline for May
amounted to :.",S23,S39 gallons; im
ports were ",104,Ri9 gallons; .mil
shipments to Insular possessions wire
1. 358,327 gallons.
Production of fuel oil set n now
record In May, amounting to !.IC
742,331 gallons. The prevlom
monthly production record Of this
product was S59.000.000 gallons at
tained In December. 1921. Stocks
of cas and fuel oil on hand Juno 1
wero 1,321.437,972 gallons, tin In
crease of 3S. 000. 000 gallons over
tho previous month.
Of Interest lo automobile users Is
Uie announcement that stocks of lull
rlcatlng oils showed n decrease of
10.S37.000 gallons from tho figures
for tho previous month. Tho pro
duction of lubricants In May amount
ed, to 79, SIS, 372 gallos, nn Incre.iso
of approximately 7000,000 gallons
over April, but Increased consump
tion of these products effected a
reduction In stocks to a flguro of
Si6.293.134 gallons as compared
with 237,229.21 4. gallons on hand
!ay 1. It Is estimated that approxi
mately 0 per cent of tho lubricat
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
2016 Checked gingham trim
med with deep bias folds of
white organdie and self-color
pipings. Large"crochet buttons
on pockets. Green, blue, brown.
ing oils produced nro consumed by
Slocks of kerosena on hand Juno
1 amounted to 3tM.S90.ini gallons.
Production nr. stocks of keroseuo
show n decrease for tho month of
May, stocks having reached the low
est Vlnt Since September, Utt'J. i
port shipments of kerosene In May
amounted to 63,000,000 gallons,
which Is 17,000,000 gallons loss thnu
JIG IS IT Ei
Paris Trade Forsces Dump
ing of Smuggled Good
On Parisian Market
PAIMti. July 19. Kuropo'a four
year "Jewel Jag" Is about over, and
tho Paris Jewel trade forseos tho
passing of tho crisis In tho trade
that resulted from the dumping of
about a billion francs worth of stol
en, confiscated and smuggled Juwels
on tho Paris market. Leonard Ros
enthal, tho Jewel expert employed
to valuo tho Hapsburg treasure, says
tho collapse In the precious stonu
market was prevented only by tho
war's creation of enough profiteers
to absorb the ovcrsupply.
New Arrivals of Specially Priced
"JIFFION" PORCH FROCKS
Suitable for street or informal wear. Made of splendid, soft,
fine Ginghams. Delightfully copied from higher-priced models
Offering newest Summer Modes to you at
A' glance will tell you that Dresses of such lovely, soft, clear-cut
checked ginghams arc worth twice this price. They'll fit well,
look well and wash well. Try them.
Organdie Trimmed Appliqued Designs Generous Pockets
i Correctly set, Collars Effective self-color combinations
Low-swung waist lines
Don't Miss This Sale!
Your Favorites From These Descriptions, and Come
Thin flood of Jmvoln, Itoauuthnl
saya, came In three wuvoh. The flrtit
was brought by fleeing Itunslau aria-
liwnitit urlm tiiitiiBiljil itnl fiiiulltt fni.
limes In their hair or nnwn In tho,
llnlngn of their clothing. Sometime
valuable stones were fallowed to ho'
recovered liv the iih.i nf miuitlrit. mid
wero oven embedded In tho flesh. Ono'
'.Husslnn prlnoo sold for 3, 500,0001
mines a group of emeralds his nn-
cestors bought two centuries ago fori
4.S0.000. Duo of tho Cinr'a emeralds
was sold In Paris tor 32 times Its
cost. A Itusilan duko congratulated J
upon selling his Jewels for 10,000,-
000 replied, "How can I tlvo on 500,-
000 franc n ear?" Ills pro-war
expenditures In I'otrogrnd vailed be
tween 12,000,000 and 15,000,000
Tbo second ware consisted of Jew
els wtltti'd nt 30,000,000 to 400,000,
000 which was conflscted by tho
Soviets, Tho third wave was the dis
persion of tho collection of king and
kinglets, princes and iIiiKom of tier
many anil fa.ustrla-lluugary, Tho
llnpburg court furnished tho treas
ure of to. centuries and for this
Kmperor Charles' agents asked 50,-
000,000 francs but took between 2G,l
000,000 and 30,000,000,
IN A (iliASS cacji:
"She Ins always led a Hhollurod
"Ticket seller at a movlo how."
Anil llr.ortiii .Mu-miU
Many a humorist Is afraid of mak
ing himself ridiculous.
2020 Checked gingham be
comes very dainty when com
bined with tucked and hem
stitched white organdie, as in
this model. Green, blue, red,
J, 1'. Knrott of Portland, repre
senting tho Portland Motor Car
,'imny. Nash mid Packard dealers,
M m" l"',tlK business with W.
'' l'""' " '"' "- Williams, local
M""- '" 'Mr"- " ' Thulium. U0
,"'i yesterday picked about 40
pouniis ui iin nig ciiorne on win
trees In their yard. The cherries nio
of a species unknown to him, Thomas
Maid, They nro larger and durker
than Itoyal Anns ami not ho dark iin
Plugs or lllack Itepubllrans, They
have n marked resemblance to ntruw
MIKSKII A l,()T
Mother (loprovlngty) When I
was young, girls uover thought of
doing the things they do tinlujs.
Daughter Well, that's why they
didn't do them.
I'U'NIC IU(J HlHX'KSH
(Continued from Tag 1)
over) body had a most enjoyable time
Tho employes take this means of
thunklug the following firms for thn!
donations, which contributed so ma
terially to the success of this picnic:
oOldcn llulo store, Strand theatre.
Liberty theatre, Mrs. Te, White. Tho
Italnbow Sweet Shop, llolcomb A
Itlchardson, Houston and Jester, Star
Drug company, Moo & Company, An
dross-tlloer Stylo Shop, O, M. Hec
tor, lieo, L, Metx, Duvenport'n Jew
2024 French linon imitation
jnakea this artistic combination
fA'ith checks. Pastel shades form
hc petal appliques. Black pip
ings. Lavender, brown, pink,
elry nloro, Winter's Jewelry store,
Haulier Motor company, IC, Sugar-
mini. Ilnln'n Noun iiuencv. Tlio
I Smoke, llnldwln llardwaio company.
lludortwind Drug company, lllover'n
' Jewelry store Itoberls Hiirvoy, Tho
I (lull store, The Army stole, Wiildinf
I llllllur.l Parlor, K. K. K. Morn, .1, .
I.'nilers A Co., Tlio llootery, Klamath
' Variety store, Tho Mars, Kuniiot gin
'eery, Schubert's grocery, Cuirlun
i For Drugs, Hipiaro Deal Drug mm
I puny, Pastime pool room, P. M. I.u
! ens, Connolly llroa,, Comet Klnclile
' company, tlnlln I'lirnlturo lompniiy,
II. P. I.owIh grocery, Impiirlal garngn,
Halo's maikol, llluo 1'rout grocery.
Central Hotel, Klamath Palls Music
House, Hurry Cash grocery, Mellon
nlil III os., pool room, llluo lllrd,
Kliimath Hardwaro rompany, 'I'lio
lllcctrlo Shop, Klamath Kails Auto
company, Houston A Pliolps, Lawr
enco cigar utoro, Chop Suey rehlanr
mil, Star theatre, Central Outfitting
company, Perkins Purnlturo Mom,
Wood Curtis company, Central Pub
lie market, It. It. It, garage,, Ilex
Cr.fe, Sanitary Market, Miisoii Khr
man company, Whllo Pellnui Hot-
lllug Works, Anaito Hotel, Klamatli
Pulls Cyilery, lion Tiln bakery, Mar
lon Urns,, Link Itlviir Klectrle torn
pany, (I (I. Johnson, Al Meltouier,
KiikIo pool room, llnrvl llaklnr. "iii'
Ono mysteiy In ancient history
has born cleared up for us. The
reason 'things went wrong nt llatiet
was hvcaiuu Lloyd (Inorga wasn't
there. Cttpper'a Weekly.
HAIR BOW RIBBONS