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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD,. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TllU.lWDAY, MAnCH 18, 1020.
Sirs NOW GOOD HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN
' r ' .
The Last Day of the
SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1920
Saturday, March 20, Specials
Children's Hose, size 7 to 9 1-2, sale price 39c
, This is a heavy school hose and a bargain.
A few ladies' Black Hose left at 39c apair.
DISCOUNT ON ALL COATS
SUITS AND DRESSES
,A new line of Charmeuse Satins, Georgettes, Crepe
de Chines and Pongees just arrived.
Brandenburg's Dry Goods Store
Here's a HUlo one 4 0 acres. 4
miles from Klamath Falls, all under
Irrigation; nearly all In alfalfa; good
house ljarn and out-bulldlngg. This
ranch Is furnished complete for
dairying and poultry raising, and is
n snap for $8,000. $3,000 down;
Several other good bargains In
ranches and some good buys in Hty
.Mil n.ti: ormmKi.v
Tt'll Klamatli -Ale. 17-18
Two lots on Mortimer Btrcet near!
Main for sale will build home fori
you on terms. Seo Thos. Johnson,1,
117 El Dorado.
423 Main Street
" WHERE THE LADIES SHOP
FORSA'LE Real Estate'
' HO VOl' WANT A MOOD RANCH
That this Is a good time to build ; UU1 OK LiTTLnV
and that the prices of lumber are Here's a big one -500 acres: 8.1
to stay up Is the opinion of A. 8. under ditch, 4 00 In cultivation, $50
rimppoll expressed In nn article' !"'r "crejO miles from town, good
published In Salesman and Trader.. '""nd "y'",wJinK and K.00'1;
, big barn, bearing orchard, (lood
Ho states that the price of lumber terms can be arranged on this buy.
now is nigh only in comparison to
prewar prices which are gone for
good alid all, and gees on to show
that the high prices are due to caus
es which will not ho removed. The
writer gives the reasons for the
higher prices as follews:
"Standing lumber Is growing
scarcer every year. While there Is
much misinformation, such at you
! have read In articles which appar-
I antly demonstrate that fifty years
from now there 'won't bo a tree
standing In North America, the fact
j remains thut timber Is being cut,
j manufactured and destroyed by for-
' est flro nt a tremendous rate and
replaced to only a slight degree by
i reforestation, which is now In 1U
i in fun y.
I "It is true of the actual stand of
timber and Is especially true when
.one considers timber that Is avail
able economically. Hy this we mean
I that every year It costs moro to'
produce lumber as the logs have tol
bo hauled a greater distance to the
mills Only it few years ago the
mlllman hauled his logs but a short
distance, perhaps fire or ten miles,
while now he builds costly logging
roads and hauls It fifty or sixty
miles and In some cases one hun
dred miles, It naturally seems a
tremendous added expense."
Tutu to Pacific Coast
The writer shows how other parts
of the country have been cleared of
timber and that the cnuntry now
looks toward the Pacific coast for
supply. Ho writes:
"Pacific coast lumber is now In
brlBk demand as far east as Ne.v
IIliDHOOM TO RENT Hither trans-
clhnt or by week, 51 6 Klamath.
, ,, f
It you want a really high grado
product. Iluy Silver Thistle Sugar
Corn. Ask your grocer for It. 17-23
KJectrlc Appliances II. Shldler
KOIt HIHE 100 head work horses.
Inquire Klamath Record office.
We Jiavo a new supply of Incomo
blanks and anyone wishing sarao
may call and recclvo same. Tho
First National Bank.
I Seo Harry Telford for tractor
plowing or discing .Phone 18F1K.
FOR SALE 3 room furnished
house, large lot, chicken house and
yard 1800, $500 cash, bal. $15.00
per month. Inuuiro 321 Grant St.
Serves you right Club Cafe G-tf
CITY GARBAG'E When you want
garbage removed cull b2J.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Storage Batteries Charged..!!. Shldler
NEW HOUSE: Price: cash, $-3606.00
, Terms, $3890.00., half flown fcal- tionery compaqy, 126 Main St.
fttino in nn fill v nnvmonta Q nor ponl I
Call at place, 1923 Main St. 15-20
Printing, Stationery and offlca
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta-
FOR SALE 1C0 acres good alfalfa
land Irrigated no alkali call I
room 112, Wllllts Bldg. tf WANTED One or more, lots at end
' of :6th, 7th, or 8th St;
FOR SALE Miscellaneous- M- " Heralt-
: WANTED Bronze turkey gobbler.
Used cars for sale one 1918, state price. Write Ilay Freuer,
Chevrolet, first-class running condl- Bonanza Ore. 16-19
Hon. Prices aro right. Central Gar
age. 16-tf I
VCITL SAI.K fJnnttn vnnnir
horse and nearly new saddle In
quire G, Fouch, West side, near res
Steam and Electrical :n,m, also
sawyer wants Job for summer. Box
saddle,: Herald. 15-17
FOR SALE or will trade for cattle.
100 ewes E. W. Roberts, Poe
Valley or Box 76, Bonanza, Ore.
WANTED To buy five or six room
modern house. Must be In good
condition. Phone 365. 13-19
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WILL MAP MEXICAN
BORDER FROM AIR
EL PASO, Tex., Mar. 17. Air
maps of the'Arfzona-'MDxIcan border
will bo raado by tho army afr'sorvlco
roconnalisance branch as soon an
landing fields for camera-airplanes
are located and" charted, according
.to announcement at Fort Bliss. Pre
liminary work already Is under way.
Long stretches of the bordor aro
I tnoiintnlnouH, out by deep ravin
unu guicnes tnat cross tno. Doraer
and) tho terrain is said to bo extreme
ly difficult to survey and map in the
ordinary way. After photographs of
tho lino havo been taken, from air
planes, the negatives tiro to be re
duced to a uniform scale and Joined.
This Is said to result Ip a. map not
only wholly accurate, but which" will
how features of tho .terrain that en
gineers surveying from the ground
would bo almost certain to miss.
March 22 and 23
, BIG CONCERT BY
0. A. C. Cadet Band
Composed of all ex-service men on their fourteenth
annual tour of the state. Classic and popular music.
Every man a soloist. Played in Oregon building at
.Seattle and San Francisco Expositions. Represent
ing our state college.
DANCING EACH NIGHT AFTER CONCERT
Auspices American Legion, Klamath Post No. 8.
HOUSTON OPERA HOUSE r '
Admission 50 cents. $1.00 for reserved seatsr Seats
on sale at Harry Richardson's, after Friday
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PORTLAND. Mdr. 18.T-The Asso-
i elation ot Fathers of Soldiers and
Sailor has adopted a resolution
warning ex-service men not' to come
weet ror tho purpose of settling on
the lands opned for settlement with
in the Oregon & California grant in
Western 'Oregon. The lands were
characterized as "untlllable and un
desirable' for any purpose whatso
ever and practically of no value."
The conduct of Captain Convlll of
the American Legion in the matter
was commended as In the interest ot
protecting the ex-soldlers in tho mat
It was further hold In the resolu
tion that the publicity given to the
opening ot the lands to settlement
with preference rights to veterans Is
being used as propaganda ''circulat
ed for the purpose of defeating the
bonus to which our boys are Justly
The committee roportn constitu
tion and by-laws for placing tho or
ganization on a permanent basis forj
continuing Its work was received
and adopted. Tho principal discus
sion of the evening centered upon
the resolution, and views of mem
bers as to the character and desir
ability of the lands within the rail
road grant that have been thrown
FOR SALE 10-20 tractor, first
class running order; 1 3-bottom 14
Inch tractor plow; 1 tractor double
disc. Terms If desired. P. O. box 54.
Merrill, Ore. 11-17
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FORSALE 20' Duroc Jersey and
Berkshire bogs; 1 dozen Barred
rockIdylng hen and 1 rooster. Ad
dress Tom Lynch Merrill Ore.
England and manufacturers, who a
jfew years ago were glad to sell their j ZntCoTonTikl J
pruuiiciH in mis tiisirici, now nave
a choice of markets. At tho same
time the general production of
lumber In the United States is fall
ing off. Tho decline is startling."
Total Cut Decreases
Figures are given to show the
cut in the United States for the next
ten years. The total cut in 1909
was .44.500,000,000 feet. It fell
down to. 32 billion feet in 1919.
The writer centinues:
"The Increased demands for west
coast lumber products which are ex
pected to satisfy the needs of this
district and the decreased general
production' In the covin try these
two conditions combined can have
only oho result Increased values.'!
The Increase in the cost of latinr
and material is also given ob addiJ
tlonol, ,cau,ne of the high prices of
lumber. He states that the country.
is short "one million homes and can
predict e$Jx high prices for next
WANTED Alfaira dairy farm, 80 A,
with or without stock, under ditch,
no alkali. Address 210 South 3rd St.
rr, r..,. r-u. . , I Klamath Falls. 13,-6t
FOR SALE One Shire stallion, six!
years old. Several head of young i pnsivinKr want-kit i. rhnnffonr
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise . , rnorhr.ir . DTno,i.
or auto mechanic, 8 years experi
ence. Room 17, Washington House.
WANTED A stock saddle; must be
in good cbnditlon. Phone 253J. 9-tf
WANTED A iriese&ge from you to
, the readers of The Herald, .if you
have'. anything' for sale, for rent, lost
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SALE A double drawer Na"
tlonal Cash register. Just like new
Rex Cafe.. 12:tt
-WHEN YOU1 1 "WANT ANYTHING
In a tfarry adveirtlse' for it here.
.FOR .SALE Leading maKe3, Ph'ouV
graphs, .Pianos, Records. &an
Shepherd. 507. Main St. 24-tf ;
Serves -you right Club Cafe 6-tf
BIG ICE PliANT
VISALIA, , Cal., Mar. IS. The
Peoples' Yce corporation of Fresno is
planning- to construct a thirty-ton
ice plant in Visalia, according to an
announcement ot J. H. Wooden,
In China English has been adopt
ed as the second official language.
The smokers in the United States
consume '127,000,000 cigarettes a
FOR-;SAL& 1. GlobeWerneckebak.
file wse jetjer, size j arawer,
verttele-3r4. i.-'compartmento Price
150,00 Jqsflike'new. J. H. Carnahan;
LfOomiSjDuiiuiac; nuuui.,. j-h
LQST Stravfc fiolt case on hill road
to Merrill Geo. P. Kohrer, Rec
lamat ion 'office.-, .16-19
FOR SALE Used cars, 1917 Elgin.
Imperial Oarage. 2 6-tf
5 -9H -(."vTa:'. -
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR nENT-r-Pnrtly furnished three
room house $20.00. Will only rent
to man and wife. Dunham Auto Co.
17-18V , t
FOR RENTr-:Space in these columns
.. at five. cents a line a day. A line
W i ,1s read r by thousands every
night' , rt,-v
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE Near
Klfimnth WnllBiinrier ditch. Ad
dress R. Herald office. 12-ttinere.
LOST A golflea bfpAttunlty to sell
r r-'yoar hofae.'your farm or anything
you ish todUpose of, If yqu do not
use-'the classified columns of The
FOUD A chance to dispose ot any
ortbe-iBBiTsaerahle articles that
you 'have stored away ifl.your cellar,
attlc.'fnvbarn.TTttnj ytrar waste into
cash. There is 'always someone who
.wants Just whqt-youibavo for sale.
Find, him through ''the classified
columns orchis paper.
LOS1!? A bby's 'niacklnaw, red ana
grayplald. Reward Herald of
fice, - 9-tf
If-jrbu "waot your- house moved,
Call O. Willard Smith Phone 251R.
17-J9- - --
TO Q ET- quick results advertise
FACTS NO. 308
WON'T KEEP KIDS
AWAY FROM GAME.
WICHITA, Kas Mar. 18. While
there Is considerable discussion a
mong baseball managors the coun
try ovor as to tho advisability of let
ting tho small boys into tho gaino
either free or at reduced ndmlsslons,
Frank Iabell, ownor of the Wichita
Western league team announced that
hd intended to continue tho plan ho
has maintained for soveral years of
lotting boys up to 12 years old In
"Tho kids of today nro tho fans of
.tomorrow," ho explained. 'Tin
strong for the kids. They nro tho
St. Louis County, Minne
sota, by a voto of 9 to 1,
will issue road bonds for
$7,600,000. This Is the
largest sum ever voted or
set aside for road building
by any county In tho United
States. Tho expenditure
will bo made eftectlve if
tho pavement used Is
BITUUTHIC WAHRE.V BROS. CO.
All main Klamath Falls,
Grants Pass and Ashland
streets aro paved with
Wnrrenlto - Bitulitlilc, all
over 10 years in sorvlco,
TEREDO DAMAGE TO
MARTINEZ, Cal., Mar. 18. Rav
ages of the teredo, a worm which
bores into and consumes submerged
wood, has resulted in the destruction
of two big wharyes here and thous
ands' of dollars ot damago to others,
according to Vs. G. Metcalf, superin
tendent of tho Union Oil Company
hero and James Bulger, agent of the
Southern Pacific Company nt Port
Recently a 1,000 foot wharf of
tho Union Oil Company and a 330
foot wharf of tho Southern Pacific
Company collapsed, and the rem-,
nant ot theso structures had to be
towed on tho mud flats In order that
they would not'bo a menace to navi
gation, the officials said. Inovstiga
tions are being conducted as to the
fitness of concrete and creosoted
piles to take tho placo of the present
type of piles in all future wharves in
this district, they said.
Big wharves of other Industries
lire threatonod, according to theeo
officials, and the activity of the ter
edo extends for miles on either side
of this placfe According to Metcalf it
will cost $i50,0001to-.repair the dam
age done the Union Oil-company.
SHOCK KILLS HIM.
.' - A
TOPEKA, Kas., Mar, IS. So great
was tho Bhtjck when '.Charles M. Ba-
fcon, 76, civH war voteran, discover
ed his home in flames, he dropped
dead from heart failure.
EX-SERVICE iMEff," ATTENTION I
, The regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
hold at 8 o'clock p. m at
the City Hall in Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades aro in
vited. Those desiring to Join the Post
may secure application blanks from
O. K.. Van Riper, Frod Nicholson, or
T.'H. Carnahan, all of Klamath Falls. .
FRED NICHOtSON, Secretary.
SEE D ORDER NOW Murphey :sFeed Seed Store
J26 SoulK SJxth St. ' ' Phone 87