Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1921)
THUIISBAX, AUGUST 11, loai
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
x j. MUim.u.,...
. City 1 Ml tor
Iubllihed j Jnllr oxcppt Sunday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klntnath Falls, at lit) Eighth Street.
Xntqrpd at thopo?tottico .at Kla-
' lvA)( Vnlfa rm .nK . km h . l Lh
A14UWI , W1U.I 1UI UUH&M1ID3IUU
through tab' rialls aa
rnatter. w r .
MKMUkU OV THH abSOCIATIU)
Tho Associated ijro a'is oxcluslvel)
ntttlod to. (bo use ,or republication
ot AH notra'" dispatches credited to" It
vrt not otherwise "credited In, this
sapor, at) a also tho local nows pub
Usher Uereln. - - f
THt'llSDAY, AUCCST II, 1USI
HAS ITS HWN
Twcnly-five Years Ago In Linkvillo
AuVA i VMeuM, .uJKi ..mail
' TACOMA, Aug. 11. Timber
men In tbo groat woods of tho Pa
cific cooit hare a language all tbclr
awn that Is not understood by the
A "faller" Is tho workman who
"falls" tho trees, and a good faller
can lw;s fill his tree so that It'
will drive a stake that be his prev
iously sot Into tbo ground.
A "buckcr" saws tho tree into logs,
and tho process Is called "bucMng a
log." A "sawyer" always works In
the lumber mill, and he saws tho
logs Into lumber. A "flier" files the
sans and keeps them sharp.
The '"hooktondor" In n logging
camp buts tho chain around tho logs
so they may bo hauled In with a don
key engine. A "chaser" follows the
log as tt is being dragged in. a
"swnmper" keeps tho roadway clear
for tlio logs, and a "sniper" cuts off
the sharp corners of tho logs so they
will drag oa'sler. A "choker" is the
ca'ble' lino placed about a log.
A "Mghcltmber" In a logging camp
Is the workman who goes up tho log
ging mast to place, "high lines" from
the flonkey engine. The "skid greas
er' puts grease upon skid roads so
tho logs will slide moro readily. The
"whistle punk" operates tho donkey
engine, whistle and signals tho .work
man with It, A 'donkey" Is a sta
tionary engine with cables that long
ago replaced oxen In log handling-
In the west. , ,
A "boom" Is a number ot logs In
the water held in place1 by "boom
In former times the word "bull
fighter" was commonly heard. It
applied to the man in a logging'
camp who bad demonstrated his su
perior ability with his fists in nu
merous encounters with his follow
workers. This expression Is no long
er heard, loggers say, because fight
ing In logging camps Is a pastime In
which workmen no longer Indulge.
A fight Is now a rare occurence In
the woods of the coast.
."v?t "ur fl
4YT jrt&ZT V c- W&&L?
ar --vy- fry '' f .-WO'-v cpty
viKv -?w . Vj"
TVe BAtt. GAME AND THE BACK W1ND&W IN TDD BUKKHAR0T3
STOfte BROKB UP SIMULTANEOUSLY TODAY. 1
Mr. ,nnd Mrn Orlnoy arid family
lutvo i'i)lurnil to their liOino after
mernl wdolis spoilt n( tho mill. 'Tliolr
many trlomla nro Rind to wnlcbniu
Anotlmr Ico ejenm .oclal In tu bo
IjIyhA nt ttio chlireli Kridiiy ovohIiir,
'Annimt tfl hi' tho Lmlto'TAtd roeteiy.
Tho Ico rroniu'uoclals lro bocomltig
most popular im thn- ladles servo
ory delicious homo iiiudo cream mid
i. Among tlio now resIdontB In Hon
aiua aroMr.fAtlnnls.klila vlfdaml
mother, foittierljr.of Coiuucllott.4 (S.
Mrs. .T. ,V, Ohastalui had s, lior
Bitcst for n. fow di)s,'lier dutiglilor,
; Mrt (lo-i of KLuimtli Kails Wlillo
In llouniKii, Mm. Oo,-Mtr(l with
tier sister, Mrs. Kllufliv. 'nlul nln4
spent n tow days n,t tbo rahch of Mrs,
I-angell unother slstor. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. (low and family loft
the I'.iIIh Sunday (a uia'ko their home
In Kugene, .
lowlag hl eseapoand,rocaptur, hov
fiu takon to ilillom. lid is nllogod to
ImyoWn a drug addict. s
fV f ho ImnlnUr of llfo is full of spllli-.
tors, nnd mankind slldos down It with
AMERICAN LEGION NEWS
With tho' banner of tho national
commander ot tho American Legion
fluttering" at her , masthead above
tbo flags of all nations, tho liner
George Washington" sailed from Ho-
boken Wednesday bearing a party
ot 250 members of tho Legion who
will revisit tbo old battlo scenes ot
Franco as guests ot the French
government. Tbo party will land at
Cherbourg and will spend thre-
weeks in France, returning to tho
United States about September IS
Tho pllgrlmago Is headed by John
0. Kmery, national commander of
tho Legion and among tho delogates
representing cvory stato departni4xt
ot tho veterans' organization aro
Henry I). Llndsloy, ot Texas, and
Franklin D'Oller, of Philadelphia,
past national commander.
Tho stato federation ot labor in
Oklahoma has invitod tho American
Legion to send representatives to
Its next convention. Courtland M.
Fa quay, national cxecuttvo commit
teeman from Oklahoma, will repre
sent tho Legion. "The organizations
are working to advance tho simo
fundamental principles and tho ce
menting of' tho Friendship -will add
strength to both," said Edgar Fen
ton, head of tho state labor, organ
during tbo raid of a Gorman patrol.
Tho hero's body was brought to the
United States recently and tbo ro-
burlal took placo last week under
tho auspices of the Rransvllla pott
of tho American Loglon.
Tho dance glvon nt tho Illy Com
munity Halt on iBaturdsy evening
wns u6ll nttended by tho local peo
ple. Tho dsneo comtnltteo an
nounce another danco for tho com
Ini; Saturday, A'UK"t lStli, '
Haying Is nowIn full sway In
titirnguo Htvor vnlloy, nil U'd, ranch
writ repint unusually largo cropa
Mr and Mm, .las. Urlscoll, l'at
'l'nrkor nnd Mian Noll Lombard of
Kitgouo" flpoiit tlio vVoek-oml visit- iMn1v jj,,, ,n0 ,!lliir orkl I'ut
lug t tbo homo of Mr. nnd Mm. () ( (l0 timCi
J, A, l'Hrker. MIps Lmnlmrd wnil "--rr . ' -
nt iiiio lliiin prlnrlpiil c.i i'm lily
high sriioul. Oiirlng Hi- lyat 'yum
she liriH been oiim1i urf MCiigllsi'
tojiclior In tho I1I114111110 high' school '
, Mrs. Jas 'divnn -io n lUyvjHl-.
tor durlfig tlia ,1'at, weiili. "flho Was
iircuipniilcd' homo, br'hfir lUiiKhior
Mrs. l'hlllp ri(or.i, who linn beou1
spending tho past eok vlnltlug at
the (lUaii ranch.
- I IN ql I
T)IKS AT HTATK HOMI'ITAIi
Word hns been roculwd hero of
tho death of Frod ltamsny at tho state
hospital nt Hah'iii Ho ns In tlio
county hospital hero for n (lino. Fol-
Hen L. Cumbus, postmaster ot
Hahlra, Qa., a membor ot tho Amer
ican Legion, who was shell shocked
while serving overseas, -was found
sleeping on a bench In Pershing
Squaro, Los Angeles, recontty. When
awakened, ho, couldn't explain hour
ho got there. Ho said tbo lart
thing ho remembered "as apply! jb
tor a lacatlon from his work. 1'by
slclaus said Cumbus apparently suf
fered from ajnnesia due to snoll
General Uaron Jacques of Hel-
glum, who has -accepted tbo invi
tation of tbo American Legion ,o
como to this country for its tnl'd
annual convention at Kansai City
October 31 to November 2, was com-mander-ln-chlct
ot tbo Uclgita forc
es during a great part ot tho world
war and at different times was in
direct command of American fuVc
es serving with tho Ilclglans.
Ccl. C. A. Pennington, assistant
director of tho Hureuu ot War ItUU
wh... m.- m. nm..i. W..I.M Insuranco In charge of the Innir.iii'o
socialist speaker was threatened """"" "" PPinca 10
an iiuihiu oiiicer uurween ino Amer
ican Legion and the Ilurcau. Col
onel Pennington Is a member 9!
Spokane post of the Legion.
with vlolenco recently at Des Moin
es, la., a party ot American Legion
men escorted her to tho pollco sta
tion for protection. The pollco do
partmont commended the Legion-
nnlres for their chivalry.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
James C. Russell, a member of tho
Illackhawk post of the American Lo
glon In Chicago, has sent post cards
to United States senators and con
gressmen. Tbo cards bear a photo
graphic reproduction showing Kus
sell a few minutes after he had
suffered two gun-abot wounds while
fighting in the trenches.
After reviewing a para do in Cleve
land, O., recently in which tho
United States flag -was carried, John
O. Emery, national commander ot
tbo American Legion, made a state
ment in which he scored "two-per
cent Americans" who fall to remove
ineir nais wnen the colors are
Warning! Unless you boo the namo
Ilayer'' on 'package or on ablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-ono
years and proved safe by millions.
Take-Aspirin only as told in the Bay
er package fqr Colds, Headache,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache,
Toothacbe, Lumbago and for Pain.
Itendy tin boxes ot twelve Daycr tab
lets of Aspirin cost few cents. Drug
gists also sell larger packages. Aspir
in Is the trae mark of Bayer Manu
facture of Monoacetlcacldester of Sal
fj FREEZONE jn?
II Corns Lift Off Vf j
K with Fingers IqJJ j
Drop a little "freezono" on an
aching 0r.1v Instantly foa corn, stops
surtlng, then shortly you lift it right
ff with fingers. It doesn't hurt a
Wt, - T
Your druggist soils a tiny bottle of
"Kreesoae" for a few cents sufficient
q remove every hard corn' soft corn,
or com between the zoos, and the cal
luses, wltbomt particle ot pain.
Following a apeak'lng tour of the
west and northwest, Lemuel Bolles,
national adjutant of the American
Legion, declared that everywhere in
tbo territory which 'bo had visited
ho found tho Legion bad highest
place in community progress; Ho
said political entanglements had
been avoided, in all the states be
bad toured, without losing effective
ness In the promotion' of .true Amer
of Evansvllle, Ind..
have built a home and presented it
to tho mother ot James B. Ores
bam, one of the first three Amer
icans to die in be wprld war, Oreo
ham was killed November 3, 1917
As a result ot representations
made .to tho United States Civil
Sen Ico Commission by the National
Legislativo Committee ot tho
American Legion, disabled veterans
of tho world war, who havo un
dergone training by tlio Federal
Board for Vocational education, -will
bo allowed to enter examination
for any government positions for
which thoy hao been trained If ap
plication is mado within CO days
after completion of training.
DR ED RIGHT UP
Any breaking out of tbo akin, ovon
flory, Itching eczema, can bo quickly
ovorcomo by applying a' little Men-tho-Sulpliur,
says a noted skin spec
ialist. Because, of Its germ destroy
ing 'properties, this sulphur prepara
tion instantly brings ease from skin
irritation, soothes and heals the
oczprao right up and loaves the skin
clear and smooth.
It seldom falls to relievo tbo tor
ment and disfigurement. Sufferers
from skin trouble should get a lit
tlo Jar ot Mentho-Sulphur from any
good druggist and use it tike a cold
'Before 9 OclocK-Your.
4.M' Pictures $re ready at" 6 p.r
l sufti'-fv I
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PAHTtCULAI KdPLE
BUY THEIR DRUG lAiZUXUW
I have several blocks ot lota
surrounding tho Malta high
school that I will sell for
business and residential pur
posts, thus offering to tho
peoplo of Klamath county an
opportunity to mako a real in
vestment. I will soil thcao
lots for $75 and up, on tho
Installment plan, tho lorms to
suit tho purchaser. No Inter
est will bo charred and I will
pay tho taxes until deed Is de
ll) ored to buyer.
Malln Is sltuatod In tho cen
ter ot one. of tho richest dis
tricts In tho world. It U back
ed by progressive ind consor
vatlro citizens. It has a future
that assures development lo
a degreo that will mako this
property worth many times
tho prlcn I am selling It for.
When oil Is discovered, Malln
will bo found to bo In tho very
heart ot tho field and tho
biggest producers will be at
It you aro looking tor some
thing that will par you big
returns, you can make no mis
take. In buying Malln proper
ty. For further Information,
wrlto or see
f) - lll l I'.UltlUll II
light Htlutotii Sf nlr lleiutlnirnli'
i i i tuiM on to iKi'i. i iv:i
I nlKmiwunjIf KIKlliir
(Wcuon Arirulliiral Coiler.c
-1 J. I J- Ji i- J"
Are You Prepared?
Fly Tiiii'e Is Here
We have k 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 SU
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
The Sisters of Charity
Without Cost or Expense to the City or County
The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and are entirely without Religious
prejudice, and the advantages of training and edaca-
tion are accorded to pupils without regard to Creed
TrJtlc, IM fefcoian , ....,.., , g. ,,,
Board sd XsUUom . . L... Mooo -L
This (aetwlM board, Uwtdrv and ordinary medicine. For two, chlldrcsi, $M.OO
per month. For doctors'' calls tbe local fee is charged.
Maalc Leaaoaui , , .... tiu . .
, ' ' t f 7.00 per iMBttai
, , Boys front 0 to 14 years, Boarding Bcpartwont
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
Address or Apply to SISTER SUPERIOR for