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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1921)
mUDAV, JULY M, lMt
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SAN FRANCISCO, July 23.
Baslnoss conditions on tho Pacific
oMt sro more encouraging, with
renewed lumber activity relieving
Mm employment situation generally,
at cording to n report mntlo public
by tho United State department of
"Industries generally nro nttompt'
lair to sttraulnto trndo by drastic
rlco cutting," tho report said.
"Declining construction costs haro
accoloratcd homo .building ,in tho
largo coast cities. In rural districts
ad In tho canning Industries, do-
-saand for labor Is tending to In
An optimistic feeling pTovalls, tho
-report added, In tho mountain dis
trict, comprising tho states ot Mon
tana, Idaho, Colorado, Now Mexi
co, Utah, Arltona, Wyoming and
Hovada. In thoso states public
-porks nro providing considerable
tmploymcnt whllo, prospects for re
employment tn mining and railroad
ing nro somowhat brighter. Build
ims Is restricted principally to busi
ness structures though somo real-
" 4nco construction Is reported.
Parts of tho report, covorlng sev
eral of tho states, follew:
"California Consldcrablo unem
ployment Is still evident. Owing to
-me migration from cities, th
- .farm labor supply Is abnormal,
lomo building Is brisk although
wo construction Is delayed pend
lag labor adjustments. Retail bust-
aesa U good. Confidenco in grad
at improvement Is generally cx
"Orcgcn Whllo unemployment Is
hi excess ot normnl, thero arc some
signs of improvement. Activity In
lamber Is moro pronounced. A ma
jority ot plants, idlo for sevorul
Months, have resumed, in full or
yart time. Fishing is dull and re
port indicate canneries will remain
dosed all season. Kxtcnslro building
peratlons aro deferred pending low
ering of costs. Indications point
to an abundant supply of farm la
bor, with decreased demands. Re
tail business li satisfactory and in
dustries gcnomlly aro maintaining1
eeajprraUro progress. The general
foretaat'la for improved conditions.
"Washington Thero Is Jio mark-
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cd betterment of tho Industrial sit
uation. Lumber Is operating on a
restricted basis, with rcducM cn-ws,4
somo plants aro still closed, deno-al
belief ts that thh Industry woula
bo greatly revived by adjustment
of freight rates. nulIJing Is ac
tive in somo sections though held
back by excessive costs. Demand fcr
farm help Is below normnl. Retail
business is very fair. A sentiment
of hopefulness prevails.
"Idaho Improved conditions In
mining, agriculture, highway work
and seasonal activities have reduced
unemployment. Building Is conser
"Nevada The employment situa
tion is Improved. A fair amount
ot building is planned. Improvement
Change in Milk Prices
Klamath Falls, Ore.,
July 25, 1921.
Beginning August 1st. the following will
be the prices of milk delivered to the peo
ple of Klamath Falls till further notice, all
who use tickets will pay the new price when
purchased on and after July 26. '
i qt. Milk Dally, 30 days -.... .. X 3.76
2 qu. Milk Dally. 30 days 7.20
3 qts. Milk Dally. 0 days , 10.36
4 qts. Milk Dally, 30 days ............ . , 1.1.20
I pt. Milk Dally, 30 days 3.10
PI. Table Cream Dally, 30 days . -ri.40
II Pt. Whip Cream Dally, 30 days ,... 7.00
V pt. Cream Dally, 30 days 3.00
1 qt. Milk and Vi Pt. Table Cream, 30 days S 9.16
1 rt. Milk and pt. Tablo Cream,. 30 days ................. ... 7.40
1 qt. Milk and pt. Whip Cream, 30 days 10.75
2 qts. Milk and Vi pt. Cream-Table, 30 days 12. 0
Single Deliveries From Wagen:
H Pt. Table Croam ... ............. tL'Oc
H pt. Whip Cream ............. ....................25
Tho above prices will bo strictly CASH, with 10 days time al
lowed for collector to call upon you.
Wholesale Prices to Restaurants, Hotels and
1 gal. or moro, por gallon '. 32c
1 gal. Coffeo Cream, 18 , per gallon 1.26
1 gal. Whip Cream 327c, per gallon 2.60
1 gal. Soparated Milk, por gallon 16
1 gal. Buttermilk, por gallon 16
Pints of Milk Bottled, pint 05
Pint of .Milk Bottled, per pint -03
Tho abovo prices to take effect Monday, August 1st. Tho
abovo prices to bo based on a weekly payment. All bills duo on
Monday for tbo previous seven days.
Wholesale Prices to Peel Rooms and
i qts. Milk or 1 gallon 9c per qt. or 36c per gallon. Payablo
Prices to Stores in Bettles:
10c pot qt.,' pt. Table Cream 17, pt. Whip Cream 22c
A charge of 10c will be made for all bottles. Tho 10c will bo
returned for tbo bottlo if returned with a ticket,
Haccessor to Kleen Milk Dairy.
HAWKINS DAIRY, Phone 6M.
PREMIUM DAIRY, Phono 2B-F-S.
In tho railroad situation Is lookod
for within tho next ferw weoks.
"Arlzonn Building and highway
construction are picking up, whllo
agriculture. Is expected to absorb
a labor surplus. On tbo othor
hand mining nnd allied Industries
show no Improvement.
"Montana Part-tlmo mining has
afforded somo rcllof, though no
marked improvement in this Hn
Is oxpected for thrco niontlu. Build
ing Is picking up. Thoro is soma
activity In lumber and public works.
Tho supply of farm labor Is ample.
Railroads show Uttlo change
Alcohol by Any
Name Smelted Just
As Sweet to Him
Ono young lady is out a bottlo
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hay pitcher, slnco hiked to other
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IIUIUB, IB ill UlllU. Ur li tS 111 uiu liny
tosser. She says in effect, though
her cholco ot words may have been
more refined, that sho wouldn't
giro a darn, nut tno thing was a
Christmas present. She hadn't
touched a drop well, tbnt's not
exactly the idea, either. Sho hadn't
used any of tho preparation, but
was keeping it carotully, realizing
Its possibilities as a band-me-along
gift to somcono elso next Christmas.
Circumstantial ovldcnco in tho
sbapo of a highly perfumed and
hoctro respiration pointed "strong
ly" to the hay hand. Bho has still
to dlscovor tho corpus delicti In
other words tho empty bottlo. She
has learned that alcohol by any
other namo smells just as sweet to
a hobo. Sho doesn't know whether
tho knowledge Is worth tho price
of tho tollot water.
Make that idlo dollar work! Put
It In the bank.
Any set of dishes in our store. Your-opportunity to
get that much wanted set of dishes at a bargain.
Remember 20 is a big discount and means a sav
ing of $2.00 on a $10.00 set of dishes; $2.50 on a
$12.50 set and so on. Discount applies on sets of
dishes only. We have a number of beautiful patterns
to select from. .
this store ftty
Klamath Variety Store
rlrr. Wo know
they aro right.
Odd Fellows Bldg.
Klamath Falls, Ore.
BONANZA iaDIKH HOLD
An ice cream nodal was given by
the Ladlos' Aid society of the Meth
odist church hero last Friday even
ing, July 22. A song number was
gtven by Harold and Mildred Chap
man, son and daughter of tho pastor,
and Leonard, Barrel, Kathleen and
Margaret Jeanno Bell. A largo crowd
attended and tho Indies realized a
neat sum from tho oalo of their Ico
cream and cake.
THE OWL CAFE
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MR. AND
MRS. G. G. STAGG
COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN
"The Sun Never Shines in Our Place"
Leave Union Taxi office 8 o'clock
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings J
Phone 424-J for reservations Large cars
BRITAIN WANTS PAHI.KY
LONDON, July 29. It was hinted
In official circles that a meeting, pre
liminary to tho Washington disarm
ament conferonco, Mould bo held
within six weeks at somo Canadian
city, or somo city In tho United Stntcs
othor than Washington, It was virtu
ally cortaln, although Washington's
altitude on nuch an arrangement U
Sign on a house In Akren: 11-r-r-r!
Think of tho cold Ico waves!
MAKE THAT IDLE
Are You Prepared?
FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with Hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST"
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts