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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1922)
FRIDAY, JANUARY , II
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. 1. IIA1UIKTT
riiblliheit dally eicept 8undajr, br
The Horald Publishing Companr ot
Klamath Falls, at 110 Eighth Btrtct.
Entered ot tho postofflca at Kla
math Folia, Ore, for transmission
through tdo mails ai second-class
rrnctlcal nurse dotlrrs
ments. Phone UK"'.
MEMBER OF TUB ASSOCIATED
The Associated Press Is eicluslrely
entitled to tho uso for publication of
all nows, dlsnatche credited to It,
or 'not' otherwise credited In this
paper, and also tho local usws pub
riuiuv, jANOAitr e, uaa
OREGON BREVITIES j
I'OUTIAND Italian "gardeners to
erect three-story' marKc building.
Mnrthfleld Coos County lumber
cut for 1921, 225,000,000 bosnt feet.
Tort Orford cedar brought J 1,780,
000. Dairy products lifiO.000. Im
provements In county total U.SOO.-000.
Capital Invested In Oregon Indus
tries Increased from $139,(00,000 In
1914 to t(39f9S2,000 In 1919. Sat
nrles anil wages paid Increased from
$16,618,000 to J34.9S6.000. Grand
total valuo Oregon products 1921
4290,805,000. Total amount spent on
roads In 1921 $18,250,000.
Towers Tho Smith Powers lagg
ing Co. has 700 men on lta payrolls.
liond lumber output for 1921, 112,
,l.afaycttp has moving picture thea
tre. Dittte Vnllcy Irrigation district to
'Portland slices salaries ot school
Gugeno Masonic orders plan 1150,-
Tillamook lumber cut 1921 120,'
000,000 feet, valuo $3,000,000.
Itoseburg 3,155,000 prune trees
being planted to Increase acreage,
Portland 3 new ships arrive to
toko oriental cargoes.
'nugene Machinery factory In
creates capital to $50,000.
Scappoose has new 20,000 tt. capa
city planing mill.
Dig Mcdford Irrigation district to
lw! completed and havo water for
Portland Honcyman Hardware
Co' building to be remodeled at cost
Marshfleld Menasha Woodenwara
C6'. plans woodworking establish
Astoria $250,000 paid for Clatsop
Lumber Co's sawmill, planing mills
and dry kilns.
Hotcburg Taxpayers league
slashes budget advising decreases In
nearly all departments. Propose that
county commissioners be placed on
full time and handle work Instead of
relegating Important affairs to
clerks: clerk hire Is eliminated.
Pendleton Cot of municipal gov
ernment not to exceed Its Income this
Drooktngs California & Oregon
Lumber Co start construction work
on 'their now Jogging camps In red
woods near Smith River.
Salem State highway commission
will receive bids Jan. 10 for sale ot
$1,000,000 of 5 percent state high
Corvnllls General Hospital, costing
'$"75,000, to open Jan. 1.
Coos county tax budget shows In
crease of $33,000 over budget year
Klamath Falls Flro department
to get 10,000 gal. engine pump, cost
Seaside $4500 sewer contract
Ttanler Mencfeo mill to resume
operations employing 60 men.
$350,000 Elk Rock Tunnel bet
ween Portland and Oswego complet
ed. MI)ton Construction of new tele
"phono line to begin soon.
.Mapleton Cushman road, 13
mllps long nnd costing JC0.000, to
be completed by (all.
Marshfleld Front street paving to
' Central Coal and Coke Co., a Kan
sas concern, to start development In
spring, ot vast Echo tract, located In
western Columbia and eastern Clat
Hood River (Work resumed on
Booth Hill section ot Loop Road.
Crane Storage reservoir to be
constructed on Trout Creek, cost
'Astoria Clatsop 'mill to begin
work In January, employing 130 men.
Kugonc Now school house to be
Forest Grove votes $50,000 bond
Issue to pay oft Indebtedness of city,
Portland Contract awarded for
25,000 fire brick tor use In rollntng
furnaces ut municipal Incinerator.
FOUND Animal skin Owner may
hare same by proving property nnd
paying for this ad, 81S N, 9th St. 5-7
It you want to sell It, buy It, trade
It, or find It, try a Herald classified
FOR RENT Four room furnished
npartmnnt with piano. No children.
Phono 253M. 5-G
WANTED Partner to help with tho
best motion picture Idea ecr In-
ruled, tho "Compound fllckerless
projector." Address Rot 34, City.
JVANTIID Woman for general
housework Small family. Tele
phone 3S0. 5-7
FOR RENT 3 room furnished
apartment 419 10th St. Tel.
FOR RK.NT 3 room plastered
,. Inquire 1610 Crtsrent Ave.
HK11K VH A UK. AGAIN!
Whits Leghorn Daby Chicks.
Hatched exclusively from our own
hens that averaged for the year 1921,
151 eggs each for the wholo flock.
This Is the real test ot merit, rather
than the achievement ot n few select
ed from a large flock and fed on
pin and Angel food at a laying con
test. We have greatly enlarged our
plant and are prepared to hatch fifty
thousand chicks during the season.
Order early and get them when
Price per 100: January and Feb
ruary $15.00; March and April III..
50; May and Juno $11.00. Pure bred
P. Rocks and R. I. Reds hatched on
Maywood Poultry Farm, Coming.
STKAM HUATKI) rooms $3.50 per
week. Large, well lighted lobby,
shower baths. Nnw wlntnr rates.
Central Holel, J. T. Ward. Mgr. 9tf.
WANTKD Woman for general
housework, 415 Washington St.
3Ki: OUR CRATER LAKE Pictures
before you buy elsowhors. 8tln-
on Photo Shop. N25tt.
Lyceum Itnll, cor. Sth & High, well
suited for select parties, will be rent
ed at nominal prices. Apply to M
Motschenbtcber, Phono S5fiV, or on
FOR SALE Dry limb wood. Al Cry
stal, Phone 109W. 3-7
LOST On .Main St., In front of
where tho Houston opera house
stood, an open-faced, gold watch,
with gold chain, to which Is attached
a door key. Watch Is a keepsako high
ly prlied and If the porson who
tound It will return It to me. It will
be appreciated and I'll pay a re
ward. N. J. Chapman, 204 Wllllts
roR RENT Room with bath ad
joining, for gentleman. 1135 Pine.
I.OGOINO SLEIGH New. Cost $275.
Will tako $175. Ltskey Ranch, Swnn
FOR RENT Five room furnished
house, with bath, on pavement.
Call at 10194 Jefferson mornings.
Will trade ten. assume or pay
difference, one practically now Gary
3H ton capacity truck for farm qr
home. Will furnish work for truck.
Writo cr call K. L. Cramblltt, Public
Market. Klamath Fall. 5-7
WANTED TO lU'Y A couple of
good milch cows Address Hox W.
C. Herald. 4-5
Resumption of activity In North
west tmber development forecast In
plans of Charles S. ICellh for opening
up of the Efclea tlmbor tract In
Washington. Columbia, Clatsop and
Oswego New bank to open here.
Eugene Ro-bulldlng brldgo wash
ed out near Coburg started.
Eugene County court to raise
city school levy about $14,000.
Portland First unit of proposed
produce terminals In East Portland to
start soon, cost $30,000.
Portland's building permits for
November showed greatest percen
tage ot gain over November, 1920, of
all coast cities. Percentage of gain
Portland $20,000 Woman's club
building to be erected.
One hundred and twenty-two mills
reporting to West Coast Lumber
men's Assn. for the week ending De
cebmer 24th, manufactured 55,283,-
655 feet of lumber; sold 70,(92,993
feet: and shipped 67.990.816 feet.
Forty-four per cent of the week's
shipments moved by water.
The West Coast Lumbermen's
Assn. Is Invited to consider the port
of New London, In connection with
locaton for East Coast lumber ter
minal. W. D. Skinner connected with rail
roads In Portland tor 27 years has
been promoted to vice president and
traffic manager of the S. V. & S. Ry.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT Or THE INTERIOR,
Not coal land
U. S. Land Office at Lakevbw.
Oregon. Dec. 27, 1921.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Ger
trude West, whoso post-office ad
dress is Klamath Agency, Oregon,
did, on the 23rd day of May, 1921,
file in this office Sworn Statement
and Application, No. 011730, to our-
eriase the EH NEllk NWVl M3H.
NBVi NWiU. action 16 Township 38
B, Range 12 E, Willamette Meridian,
and the timber theroon, under the
provisions of the act of Juno 3. 1878.
and acta amendatory, known as the
Timber and Stone Law," at such
value as might be fixed by appraise
ment, and tnat, pursuant to such ap
plication, the land and timber there
on barn been appraised, Seven Hun
dred Ninety Dollars, tho tlmlor es
timated 630 M board feet at $"1.00
per M. and the land $160.00: that
said applicant will offer final proof
In support of his application and
sworn statement on the 13th day ot
March, 1922, before Bert C. Thomas,
V. 8. Commissioner, at Klamath
'Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initi
ate a contest at any time before
patent Issues, by filing a corroborat
ed affidavit In this office, alleging
facts which would defeat the entry.
Notice will be published for nine
consecutive weeks in the Klamath
F. C. LIGHT. Register.
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We have leased our. Music Room on the
west side of the building to the Rainbow
Sweet Shop Confectionery, and we must get
rid of the stock by February 1.
There are no "ifs, ands or buts" about it the
Stock Must Be Sold
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER KNOWN IN
SHOW CASES AND FIXTURES ALSO
Winters Jewelry Store
712-714 Main Street
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"When tt comes to eating, work
ing and sleeping I'm liko a different
man from what I was a short tlmo
ago," said Herman Kurtitlsch, 406 V4
Norrls Placo, Mllwaukoo, with the
Northwestern Life Insurance Co., In
relating his experience with Tanlac.
"My whole system was about to
give way as a result of two years'
constant suffering from stomach
trouble nnd I was so run down and
worn out I was hardly able to work. I
actually dreaded to cit, tJs after
every meal I suffered so terribly
from heartburn, and 1 was so nervous
I got little rest day or night.
"If It hadn't been for Tanlac I'm
firmly convinced I would havo had
to resign my place. It camo to my
aid In tho nick of time and I am
strong tor It. Tanlac was worth at
least fifty times what It cost mo."
Tanlac and Tanlac Vcgetablo Pills
are sold by druggists overywhorc
MECCA TAXI SERVICE
J. A. McDOUGALL B. L. COE
Phone 153. Closed Car Country Trips Solicited
TELFORD'S GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS
FOR HAI.K AT
Every egg stamped with II. T., and for every egg found with
a blood spot or not absolutely fresh, onu-balf doien fresh eggs
will bo given free. As there aro only a limited numbor ot thosn
eggs, get on tho regular customer list for them nnd they will bo
reserved for you.
These eggs aro gathered fresh each day, and each egg Is ex
amined before a powerful light in a dark room and every egg In
any way defective Is, sorted out. When you buy these eggs you
know you are gottlngs eggs that are eggs.
"Florida arrowroot" Is made from
species of Zamla, or "Coontle," grow
Ing wild In southern Florida. This
plant supplied the Somlnolo Indians
with food during their long wars with
the United States.
Methods of regulating tho humid
ity of the air In building, especially
In factories where moisture plays an
Important part In various Industrial
processes, constitute a branch of en
gineering known as "alr-condltlon-Ing."
DR. J. G. GOBLE
700 Main Htreet lMne J33-W
We Fit anil Grind Glasses. Duplicate, Ilroken Lenses.
At The Strand
JUNE ELV1DGE and MONTAGUE LOVE
"The Steel King"
Thrilling story of a Millionaire's Romance
2 -New Comedies -2
You'll laugh 'til your sides ache
Prices 10c. - 20c.
Show Starts at 6:30
Long Sleeve, Short
Sleeve and No Sleeve
Values to $2.50 to $4.60
Our 25c grade, new
and soft for the needle.
Our regular $1.00
glove in black black,
grey and white.
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Regular $2.50 glove
Regular $3.50 glove
& Wool Vest
Two styles, long sleeve
or sleeveless. Regular
All Silks at
Crepe do Chine
All Blankets and
Crepe de Chine, Geor
MURPHEY'S FEED STORE
4 So, ejhst.