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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BATUItDAY, JULY 1K 101
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
I Portraits and
. Ait I mines nnd frmiilnit.
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House, ir?z.73 AUO ouR (?;.-
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uir l"r--i l Jan v-i
13 OOr "f Th,t3 GiTT. V -r-V'T-i.
IIENLINE PHOTO SHOP i
f )i ii i-i nw-i -t" - - i -. - i
Lt I It i! IIVI IS K - -- J
HI.ATTI.I3, Auk 30 Wlion
Iritniicotitliii'iitnt mil frclitht niton
plunged ui'Wiiril with a nn 13 pm
lent Jnrl(, u ymir ago, I'nclflc North
won I lumber h"i;mi moving to At
In it t to roust nnirlidlH through the
I'liiiiiinii Cimnl Tlio liroitk from
cur to rnrgo ilnllvory lino reunited
In mi Increimn of r.898 per run I
In wntnrliiiriiii lutenoattil lumber
Hhliniuuiln, thu firm nix months or
101M it (.iiiMpiircil with I lit? first
half or 1020.
NolwItliMliimllng Ilio tri'iiiPiuloiM
Inrninnii In the wntor ninveiiii'nt
I ho lotnl olmmt of Imslnnii of I'a
ilfle Northwest inlllii In Atlantic
roiiHl imirkoU, In siilutuiiilnlly Ir-i
I him It wait n yciir i;o
Dotiillit of tlm I'ncirin Northwest
ttirgo Inula nro contained In tUo
soinl-iiiiiiiial shipping iiinl Inspection
report of tlm I'ui'lflc Lumber In
In addition to shotting Hint At
lantic Count lumber cnrgo ship
inrntH Jumped from 1,504, GOO feet,
thn flrnt holt of hint yenr to 93,
843,404 foot, the tint halt of thin
your, thn report rovnnl gnlns In
nlnn cargo markets nnil losses In n
llkn numliar of overseas ntnl const
wlrni markets, with n ttrt loss of
13 per emit.
Tho California market, with 347,
901,289 frot delivered by wntur thn
first six month lb In yimr compared
wild 4US,049,440 feet for thn Niinn
pcrod lant ycr, hus a Ions of
30 pur cent, I
Tho Kuropmn marknlH ihow s
loin of approximately S3 per cent.
Tho went const of South America
41 pur cont. Agstrnlla, 68 par cent.
Cb .13 per cent.
Japan, ruliullitlnit her nix lorgor
cities, nnil ticlng tho great out per
capita lumber consuming nation,
hoUKht heavily, recording uu In
cream of 31 ovur thu first nix
mouth of 1920. Japan thus far
thin year had tnkon 90,860.884 foot
mi against 69,193,371 (feet Ult
, Under tho heading, "It I'ayH to
UraUu," tho Extension Kervlco News
of tho Oregon Agricultural college
toll of tho result of the local farm
bureau experiment tn potato grading,
Ono nf thn first marketing pro
blem to ho considered by tho newly
organized Klninnth County Farm
Iluronu KxchaiiKo Is that of grading
and marketing tho potato crop
County Agent Thumns, In holplng to
Rut thin started, Introduced novel
Orndlng waM n now fcaturo In mar
keting Klnmath county potatoes., Tho
cooperation of two stores was secured
and tholr ontlro supply of potatoes
(railed. This was dono In order to
determine what would ho n fair prlco
for Krnded potatoes. At this tlmo
tho stores were puylni; farmers 2
cents a pound, and .wcro rotalllng
over tho counter at 3'j cont. In
ono titoro It wa found that tho pota
toes rorolved from ono farmer wcro
running about 9G pound or nunibor
ono potatoes to a sack of 118 pounds,
vrhllo thoso rocolvod from anothor
farmor nnd bought at tho amo prlco
(3 conta) had loss than 2G pounds
of number ono potatoes to tho sumo
It wag found that grading, bag
ging; (In GO-cont and 25-cont papor
bags), etc., cost approximately 60
cents por 100 pounds. Whon deliver
ed to tho stores this way thoy woro
willing to'soll on a 1G por cont mar
gin and doclarcd that thoy raado mom
clear profit than thoy did In tho old
way. A market wan nccured for
second grado potatoes at from f 1,75
to $2.2G. On this basis, attor deduct
ing, grading nnd handling charges, n
farmor with good to avorngo potatoes
got from $2.15 to $2,26 not in placo
of 2.00, while the man with very
poor potatoes of course got loss than
$2.00. Tho consumor In town paid
tho samo prlco but got a much bottor
grado of potntoos. Tho morchnnt
handlod thorn on a snralor margin,
but by having tho loss eliminated,
actually nottod more.
II; i . ,y
HIM V I. SrJBTlBV r.rh.ii 'ct- 1 W-r-k "t-. i'- --k
itrif Msii'.rTPT A"'L
University student nro going "on
location" and will film a rcql or tno
of "snow stuff" this winter as a part
or a now courso In tho movies, thn
first of thu kind given In tho United
Thoro will bo studio work ai well
In the mechanical crd of tho ImisIcom
with the production of a photoplay
written by onn of tho students.
Thn mysteries or tho nowest or tho
arts will ho laid bare In tho courso
Thoso who dcslro to Irani continuity
writing nnd how to knop thn action
going tost and furious whllo tho nil
dlenco learns thn captions by heart
will bo lod by tho hand throiiRh tho
mazes of tho what and why of tho
profosstonal movlo world.
Tho creation of situations and crl
foil v.111 not bo noRlected. Thu logic
or emotionally satisfactory endings
wllll bo explained. Tho principles or
vliunl appeal, tho hurling custard
pip, tho glycerlnn tears, tho closo-up,
tho fadeaway, thu sure-flro tricks,
tho entlro art of arousing and sus
taining tho spectator's lntorjt will
bo turned Imldo and out nnd back
again for thoso taking tho courso.
For thoso who havo a knowledgo
f tho olomonts of tho movlon thoro
will bo opportunity to learn tho use
or symbolism, Mactorllnck'a and
Kvorybody's, dramatization or sot
ting, uud pictorial composition.
INKUItANCi: MIJV T
MKirr AT I.OH ANli:t.li
103 ANOKLKH, Cal., Aug., 30
Insurance agouts from ovory stnte
In tho Union, nnd overy city or Im
portance from coast to coast, will
bo present at tho twenty-sixth an
nual convention of tbo National As
Face, Neck and Arm JCaslly Made
Smooth'; Bays Hpcclnll.it
Any brooking out of tbo akin, oven
flory, Itching oczoma, can bo qulcklv
overcomo by applying a llttlo Mentho
Sulphur, doclaroa a noted skin spe
cialist, nocauso ot Its gorra destroy
ing properties, this sulphur prepara
tion begins at onco to sootho Irrita
ted skin and heal eruptions such as
rash, plmplos and ring worm.
It soldom falls to romoro tho tor
mont and disfigurement, and you do
not havo to wait for relief from om
barrassmont. Improvement quickly
shows. Sufforors from skin troublo
Bhouid obtain a small Jar of Mentho
Sulphur from any good druggist and
use t like cold croara. Adv. '
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IYZ l,T O.JT t J-l 10 r (tl
- l ivt1 w
IvAMT A UDoC-cot,,
soclatlon or Insurance Agents to bo
held Hoptombor 13 to 1G Inclusive
I'roporallons aro being mudo to
ontortnln 3,000 delegates and their
families and tho number may run
tiii: fui:i: mahkkt
lMltor Herald: I wish to say
hero that I am thankful that there
Is nt least ono paper in this town
that fearlessly stands by tho pooplo
for their best Interests In regard to
tho public market plan.
I appreciate tbo way tho farmora
came forward In response to tho
appeal I made last week and also
I lulmlro tho patience and good
enso or tho hundreds or consum
ers who have faithfully attonded
tho market slnco Its beginning.
overlooking faults and disappoint
ments caused by its disorganized
statu and cheerfully giving us ovory
chance to mnko good.
Tbo mnrkot la rapidly assuming
a business shapo and will bo ablo
to sorvo the public in a first class
I hope that each farmer -will con
tlnuo to feel that tho success ot tho.
mnrkot depends on his doing his
shnro towards , supplying tho de
mand for produce
In conclusion I" suggest that tho
farmers who hivo a small amount
at a tlmo to soil or aro very busy,
doublo up in somo way with tholr
nolghbors nnd tako turns In soil
ing produco at tho market. Also
children can often soil as well as
Lot onch ono put his tihouldcr to
thn wheel nnd bc'ost with a vim.
"Uoelop and patronlzo homo in
dustry" Is our motto, which It fol
lowed will mako this market ono
ot tho finost In tho United States.
MRS. DEN BOND
FlliZ' SCHOOL OP POPULAR
experlenco the only course that
teacbos you to play the' piano by
MnTm nnA k. nin . n a tAa.
sons. Write for particulars, 701 11th
St., Klamath Falls. Ore. Phone 267R.
' GOODS OP ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES RIOHT
We Buy. Soil and Exchange.
Cor. Sixth and Klamath Ave.
OFFICH OVER UNDERWOOD'S
Phone SSS-J. Seventh Main
f Opimsllo courtlinuso
y I'hono ll :I27 Main 2
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
I'flVHICIAN A.HU HUItUKtm
I. O. O. I'. building
Itrolilctiro- VM 1'lnn St.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
I'ourlli sad IMne His
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Oil. I'hone 467 (tos I'honn 8S.V
Omen I'hone 177W lies 177n'
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Horgeon
, White nnlldlng
Klamath Kails Oregon
LoomU Uldg KUoa'a VaJk
J. O. CLKOIIOnS
CIVIL ENOINERR AND
I'hone 192J 133 8. IUvorslde
Klamath Falls Plumb
iig & Heating Co.
1173 SIAI.V 8T. PHONE &I8-W
Coers Auto Service
United Cigar Store
020 MAIN STREET
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EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION
Klamatb Post No. 8,
American Legion meets
at the City Hall on the
first and 'third Tuesday
ot each month.
Ex-scrvlce men are Invited to at
tend tho meetings.
For membership cards or Informa
tion ex-servlco men are requested to
seo or writo tho following efficers:
J. II. Carnahan, Commander.
Roy N. Foucb, Post Adjutant.
For rellof of- employment see or
write tho Chairman ot The Itellot and
Employment Committee, Francl
Olds, caro Lakeside Lumber com
pany. ' PELICAN DAT BUB
Fan 96o each way
Lmtm Rex Cafe Leaves Pelican City
7:45 a. m. 8:00 a. m.
11:45 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
5:00 p. m. 6:10 p. m.
Reckard Rest Barvie
L. D. Gass, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSH AND THROAT
Warren Host -Hospital Pbom 4t7
Res. White Pelicaa H4ei. FkeM S
KlasMth Lodg H m
Meets Friday night ot each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Mala streets
Chas. Newman .........N. O.
W. C. Wells V. O.
Q. B, Mantua .. 8ecy.
W. D. Color -..Treas.
II. V. Brown O. P.
J. V. Drewbaker . S. W.
L. J. Hectare .: Berth
Nate Otterbeln ..,........ Treasurer
1 CIGAR STANDI 4
all kinds of tobaec
" S ' V
E The E
N CENTRAL N
L GUY GARRETT, Mgr. L
-m Steam Heated -m
Q . Transient 75 cents up - ' Q
By Week $4.00
v ,..J LJ
I raws stand!
all the latest news '
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Mnfn anrl ConRer
Take out Cellar or Fill In Lots
317 Mortimer St. Phono S41-W
Klamath Falls Cycler?
We are here to servo yon, and
aim to serve you right. Motorcycles
and Bicycles. Parts and Acessorles,
Tires and Tubes, that will stand
yonr Inspection, as we carry the
best In our line. Ropalr shop In
connection with Harler-Davidson
110 Main St. Klamath Fall
C. E. BISMARK
Klamath Dye Works
OUR CLEANINU, PRESSING AND
REPA11UXQ WILL MAKE XOUR
LOOK LIKE NEW
Goods Called for and Delivered
431 Mala Street Klamath Fall.
DR. J. G. GOBLE
The well-known Optician
now located In K. D. Block,
ISIS Main. Phona S-M.
DR. C. A. RAMBO
i. o. o. v.
Dr. Lola O. Bridges
Over First Stat aad Savings Bank
Suite 101 Phone 101-J
Let -Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glaziaff and Cabiawt
Eleventh and Pine
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. P. Temple
Your Watch Keep
511 Main St.
SAW MILL ENGINEERING. A
' CONSTRUCTION CO.
Designer aad bonders ot mod
ern saw mills, planing sjillla and
box plants. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office Corner Spring and,Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 4B7 -Night Pboae, IMS.
PHYSICIAN AND sRTBGJKHI
Rooms 1 aad S
Let as make yoa a price aa 41c
ging that basement, or other ex
cavating you contemplate. We alas
do team work ot every deserlptloa.
Dr E. a Wwejcarrtw
i. P. M. NtMl
If It's Loose
We Will Move It
O. K. TRANSFER CO. m s- &