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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FAU3. QRECON
The Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TO KLAMATH LUMBERMEN
AVIATION IS USED
TO PREVENT OPIUM
NOTICK TO LUMUEItMKN
The dallr market bulletin of
tho West Coast Lumbermen' !
AMocUtlon It kopt on tile at
The HeraM office, and may bo
seen bjr any who are Interested.
1lvfil tit it n. tt li-- in ft,..
Mnll) Aviation wm Impressed Into
! service lioro recently by cilornl nu
thorium In their endeavors to ollmln
to thu smuggling ot opium Into Hon
olulu. A naval nilnno followed the
liner I too lor Stnto out ot port for
a considerable time to prevent any
ot the contraband narcotic from be
Ins dropped- overboard and picked
ready Is clearing land for the erec
tion ot a Inrgo mill,
iAiSO DKND38 PURCHASK
OV HAMMOND HOLDINGS
ChclinlU Mill Hcmiiihvs
CIIKHALIS, Jan. IT. The Nation
al Shlnglo company has started cut-
tlng shingles at Its mill on National
arenuo, Chohalls, near tho brickyard.
A. A. nrodeiick, .manager ot tho
Western Oil company, and 0. C.
Schelblo are owners ot the business.
tno, Tho plant has a dally capacity of 35,-
ARE SENTENCED TO
SCHOOL, NOT JAIL
I 000 shinnies, but It Is planned to
1'OriTLAND. Jan. 18. It
Long-Dell Lumber company hat
purchasod the Hammond Umber. dmlD tne oulput by running two
and milling Interests, as has been fttilfts.
reported hero for several weeks, the(
deal has been consummated with
out the knowledgo ot R. A. Long,
prosldent ot tho former concern,
who Arrived In Portland
Warned .Knt Rut
WASHINGTON STATB COI.t.KOK.
rnllman. Jan. 17. Owners of forest
for the, tunj. in the northwest are belnt
purpose of making on examination warn(,j of ,0 UanKcr cr wnUp plno
of his holding, in th. Northwest" oIlltcr rust nlch wns rMOntly dlV
and In California. covered In nrltlth Columbia and Is
"1 certainly would know It If now riportcd t0 hnV(J , ,,
my company had purchased the uP. mister ru.t ha, been n menace
Hammond Lumber company." .. .J t0 the CMtern ,umb,r nJ f
Mr. Long. "I am not responsible tno ,,. . Jcars
for the rumors that have been
noised about." I i4.iujk.st tukk ,s
The one object of the Long-Bellj -. Kr k.IoVSI.
tiuraoer company in pnrcnating me
WL'ST 1'Al.M IIKACII, Kla Jan,
1. Illiterate boyn and girls under
tho age ot twenty.ono who aro
brought Into municipal court here In
future will bo sentenced to the School
of Opportunity Instead of jail as thu
result ot a movement launched by
Municipal Judge Joe L, Karman, for
mer newspaper publisher and editor,
and backed by the tlntary Club and
City , d
oxlslence of sprlot llto. Miss
lrmn, who Is ot (lormnn origin, has
iinnn with ltador Duncan since a
child. Htio also la n dancer.
up by a small sampan, which Is tho , 0,ncr clTle organliatlon.
method usually followed by the, Th School of Opportunity has
smugglers, fedoral authorities, said. tcon orgnnlicd along tho linen of tho
smuggling has been reduced con
siderably, according to Harry Mur
ray, collector ot customs, who point
ed to the fact that tho "price of
dreams" has risen considerably re
cently In tho Chlncso quarter here,
Indicating that the narcotic supply Is
All Illue Lodge members and
Knights Templars will meet at tho
Masonic hall tomorrow at 1 o'clock
sharp, In order to attend tho
funeral services of Urother and Sir
Knight Charles J. Ferguson.
extensive Hammond holdings would
be to gain possession of the retail
yards In California, according to
TACOMA. Wash., Jan. IS. One of
tho Isrgert and most perfect fir trees
ever felled In Washington was recent
ly cut at Kapowsln and turned Into
"When we get ready to start op- lumber by a local mill. The tree
eratlont on a large scale we will, stood more than 300 feel high
go Into tho California markat and. and seven 32-feet logs were cut below
compete with other concern!," said
Mr. Long. "There Is a possibility
of getting business there without
Accompanying Mr. Long are F.
J. Bannister, Tlce president ot the
Long-Bell compsny; W. F. Ryder,
representative ot the company on
the coast, and several engineers and
Tho parly wilt go to Kelso, Wash.,
whero an Investigation ot conditions
ot the Long-Bell properties will be
made. The company own, more
Its branches. These togs were of a
diameter of nine feet and weighed
27C tons. Tbey wero worth $3,000 In
the rough and the first grado floor
ing obtained from them will sell for
sevearl times that sum. The logs i
scaled from 45,000 to 50,000 each. I
Experienced loggers who saw the!
tree declare it was the most porfect
they hsd ever seen. It wasrerrj
straight and each log was devoid of
pitch pockets, knots or other blem
ishes. The great tree was felled with
out breaking or damage of any kind,
Orants Pass, Medtord,
Ashland, Klamath Falls,
Uciier Illk.. Phono 4
Mcdford lllk.. Phone 900
Ilulnr9 rnrtne ihlp
All transactions strictly
confidential. No charge
for listings. .
usual public school with a board ot
llirca trustees consisting of Judge
!.arman, City Manager Carl ttlddle
and Chief' cf Pollco Frank Matthaws.
Business men have ottered to pro
vide sultablo clothing for students
who otherwise might feel embarrass
ment because ot their attlro and
Judge Karman has taken It upon
himself to provide textbooks, jiavlng
placed an order for 1500 worth of
readers, arithmetics, spelling, and
writing books, to which subjects the
course ot study will bo confined.
Tho youngsters sentenced to the
school will becomo member, ot spec
lat classes and will bo Instructed
n teacher employed by the
Hchool Uoardo Classes will bo held
In tho city s-hool building at hours
which will not conflict with the reg
ular classes of tho school, thu girls
and young women to attend from
3-30 p. m. and the boys from 30 - , . ...
to 0!30 p. m. A special meeting nf Klamath
In order ti.at the students may I 1 No- 7T- A' K- ,A' " wl"
have Individual Instruction, classes !cmven Thursday at 3 o clock p. in,
will bo limited li. twenty momliern "n Masonic hall, for tho purpose
and when the pupils have worked!0' reminding the funeral services
their way through simple spoiling;" Brother t'li. J Ferguson. A
book, a second reader uml fractions j opd attendance will be expected,
they will bo given diplomas with all' " or,'r "' w M
tho ceremony Incident to a high , "' '"' ' '"""' Hpr
school commencmuent. '
lUl'iillTKH OF IIANCKIt 18
MAltltli:t TO nmsi
Whoso Birthday Today?
MOSCOW. Jan. 18. Irma Dun- HAY IT WITH FI.OWKHH
can. the S0-yvar-old and adopted , "'J" ""WK" ,H',,Maln
. .. . , . , . ,, , Phono fiSfl 3t Main
daughter of Isadora Duncan, danc- in
or, has announced her engagement
to llyla Ilyltch Bneldor, tho son ot !;- UuU'' night postponed
. ..ii. v.. a .. - t.. . until Fob, th. Commllleo IR-19
IHIlur, lUllIlK OllVlUUr VJ CII-.UVV
met Isadora Duncan and her party WANTKI) Four or A room furnish
on arrival hero last summer, at house Modern, and close In,
tho railway station, volunteered to'"0' A K" "'" '
carry their luggage, and has slncn 33 1.3 t redtictnn on Men's Over
attached himself as handy man coats K. K. K. Htore,
ec- about the house, to do tho many UKNT.NriJ, ,ttr,hod ,,,.
by' errands necessary t0 tho compllcat Hco t)te)it 540 Broad Ht. IIM9
tlleam Meat at Colonial Booms, tl
21 reduction on
Vests. K, K, K, Htore.
I.OHT Between city library and Hat
Cafe, string of rut amber beads. 1U
ward Mrs. II. H, Harrison, Pelican
Bay Lumber Co. Phone BJsw; 11.11
FOB HAl.H Oil THAUB 4 room
lutilsn A lot, well located, 11,000
or will trade for horses, rattle, or
good auto some money, What have
youT JON Winters' Bldg. ll
Hteiiin Heat at Colonial Booms, 1
FOB ItKNT Three room housa en
Crescent Ave., at 118.00 a 'month,
riillcotu A Hmlth, 133 Mln nt.
FOB HUNT New and modern flvs
room house with bath at 1MJ
Main Ht at 130,00 Chllcola A Bmlth,
A33 MJiln Ht.
1'Olt HKNT Tno room housa In
Mill, Addn,, at 110.00 a month.
Chllcole A Hmlth, (33 Main HI.
FOB HKNT Three robnt (urnlatxHl
house on lllverslde at 110.06, Chit
cote A Hmlth, 133 Main HI, ia-i
tt In need of a plumber or your
ples freein up, call !4M. 11-11
I.OHT Hmall brown purse, contain
ing currency, Iteward. finder
pleaan return to Herald Office. 11-10
Owner leaving otfers bargain In
good piano Call 741 Commercial
Ht near 6II1. tl-lt
3fi reduction on Patrick Maokl
naws at K K. K. Htore.
Iti-movr-i tin- Cause
GREAT TASK BEFORE
FARMERS, SAYS FARM
By George A. Mastletd
The State Office Is now splendl-
dally organtxed. We face the new
year with renewed hope and Invln
clble spirit. A great task" lies before
us. but If farmers will co-operate we
can easily accomplish It,
During The coming year we must
organise as nearly aa possible all the
Oregon farmers. We must capitalize
their selling power, their buying pow
er and their Influence, In order that
they may be able to compete on Just
and fair terms with other organized
The State Farm Bureau has al
ready done a great work along these
lines. Consult the Secretary ot your
County Farm Bureau and you win
learn how wo have made It possible
to save in actual money several times
your Farm Bureau dues.
The National Farm Bureau la the
greatest force In our national life.
The State Farm Bureau is one of the
groatest forces In our State, and by
becoming a member of your county !
organization yon make both ot thou '
possible end receive all their bene-'
Farming Is the biggest business In
the Nation and In the State: and yet
It has hitherto received only a small
share ot the benetlta of society and)
legislation. I have Just begun a study
of taxation In our state, and the re
sults of this will appear from time
to time In the columns of this paper.
Our tax burden must be equalized.
I advise every citizen to go to his As
sessor's office and aecure and study
a summary ot the assessment roll.
Ton will discover that on an average
the farm assessment Is about eight
times that of merchandise and stock!
In trade and money, notes, stocks and , Z
iei in most counties we nave a,;;
struggle to get an appropriation for.'
County Agent, Home Demonstration ' '
Agent and Boys' and Girls' Club,! I
Work. The farmer must remedy this'! !
condition by organizing his Influence.
The total farm assessment of the
state Is 1127.629.185; the total mer
chandise assessment, $61,154,867.
The total money, notes and accounts
Is only $30,193,71 or about one-sixteenth
of the farming assessment.
With these enormous values be
hind them farm credit la the most dif
ficult to get. Farm appropriations
are most reluctantly given, and busi
ness and capital have In the past and
ara still attempting to dictate legis
lation. When the Legislature met to
consider the question of the 192S
Fair, did you notice how the rote was
on the proposition to finance It by
an Income tax, the fairest way to
raise the bulk of our taxes, because
it aks(no ens to pay who Is not abl
to do so.
Th measure was dtfaated and
property carries the burden of taxa-'
tlon. and other forms of wealth al
most entirely escape. Town lots and
the homes situated on them In cities
and towns, most of them modest!
homes occupied by working and bus-1
tnesa men. are taxed so high that
peeple can hardlr afford to own a
Tbesocondltlons must be correct
ed. W In the State Office will f urn
Ish you the fects; it Is up to you to
apply the remedy.
The Oregon farmer must. If ho Is
ever to pay off the mortgage on hln'
farm, secure cheaper money with,
long time and easy payments. We J
must organlzo the borrowing power
of the farmer. In order that be can
ellralnato some ot the financial mld-i
dlemen and reach the great reser-j
rolrs ot eastern credit on llve-and-i
let-live terms. I
I'rcfsure on one or more
nerves at the points Indicated is
the reason you don't get welt.
Chiropractic Adjustments re
remove this pressure.
Drs. Mallett & Mallett
7th and Main Phone S39-J
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EFFECTIVE JANUARY IS
TWENTY PER CENT REDUCTION on all
Ford repair work. Bring your Ford troubles
to us. Repair work of all kinds. All work
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