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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
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The Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TO KLAMATH LUMBERMEN
JVKW VOHK LUMHKRMKN TO
VISIT COAST IN FKimUAIlY
Ing Jnnunrr Hlh, manufactured 5,
430,563 fool of lumber: iiotil 03,375,
996 foot, nnd shipped 64,353.149
Production win 1(1 per cent nor
mnl; now business was 16 or cent
liclow production; nnd shipment IB
per cent liclow production
Thirty-thrco per cent of nil new
business taken during the week a
accepted for futuro wnter delivery.
Thl nmounted to 21,132.996 feet, of
which 13,644,199 foot will moo
coast-wise nnd Intercoastul, and ",
488,797 feet will moo ncr-scns.
Now business for delivery by rail tot
aled 1.408 enni.
There will bo excursions Into vori,..iwn uer rent of the week's
tho logging enmps nnd to tho large shipment moved by water, totaling
mllU of this district nnd a dlnnorj ;7,o63,149 feet, of which 17,775,164
probably will bo hold In tho Chamber) fccl movcj COastwlso and Intorconstal
POnTLANU, Jan. 31. Under aus
pices of tho New York Retail Lum
ber Dealers' association, a largo par
ty of retail lumber merchants of New
York will visit tho Northwest be
tweon February) 12 and 23, during
which tlmo thoy will spond two or
more daynNn Portland and vicinity
as tho guests of tho West Coast Lum
bermen's association. Information of
their coming was received In Port
land this week and plans were!
launched for their entertainment
Production It Only 16
Per Cent Below Normal
Ono hundred nnd thirty threo mills
reporting to West Coast Lumber
men's Association for tho week end-
and 9.2S79S5 export. Tho rail move
ment for-tho week was 1,343 ears.
The unshipped balance In the do
mestic rnrgo trade totaled 91.89!,
522 feet: nnd In the export trado 9.
764,626 feet. In tho rail trade tho
unshipped balance amounted to 4,
today. She was accompanied by her
mother who Is'vcry much lmprood.
1). F. Urlscoll, who has been vMt
Ing hlR daughter, Mrs. E. T Olvnn,
returned to Uonanin Sunday
J II, Mitchell srent n dny of this
week nt tho Mitchell ranch hero
Jack McAultffe of Kort Klamath
spent Inst wcok nt his ranch here
Mr. nnd Mrs. K T lllvnn left tho
first of tho week for n few weeks'
lilt with Mrs, llnn's mother, Mrs
0. 1). How or of Salem.
Miss Louise Howard returned
homo from Ft. Klamath Tuesday
Mrs. Mlko WhIIIs nnd oung son.
Walter Dale, nrrled homo this week
Mrs. Wiillls spent the past two
months In Klamath Falls
The Ladles Necdlo Work flub will
present n threo acts play nt tho I'om
muulty Hall. Saturday evening, Jan
2Sth. The play Is n comedy-drama.
"Lighthouse Nnn." and Is under the
direction ot Mrs Jas. Kdsall and the
program promises to be ns entertain
ing as that glen by the amo club
1KXJ TEAMS TRAIN"
FOR KERRY IUCK
THE PAS, Man., Jan. 21. Dog
teams entered for tho fifth The Pas
dog derby, to be held here February
28, have commenced active training
and aro out dally for workout, aver
aging 60 miles and more. Seventeen
teams, said to bo the largest num
ber ever entered for a major dog
raco In Canada, comprlso tho entry
list. Three Alaska teams have been
Tho ruling favorites aro Prantcau,
McKay, Morgan and Bancroft, all ex
pcrlenced derby racers. A new entry
U Jack Sinclair, whose team Is made
up of flttoen Norway House huskies
-ever before tried In a derby.
Hugh J Marshall, Pastor
CHRISTIAN SCIKNCi: society of
KUmnth Falls hold services In the!
At tho Strand Tonight "Riders of
tho Dawn," and 2 new comedies.
Camo to my plam Jan 12th. dog.
block, femnle. part Alrdale. with col
lar will not leave. Owner call at 210
Main St. pay for ad 21
lower room ot the Library building. ' '"
corner of Third and Main streets, U-qu SALE
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Klamath.
The Sunday school session
3". r. reduction on
K. K. K. store.
-Llsk Itanch at Fort
320 acres Hood toi
ls' prou-ments. For further inrormaticn
. .... .. ..,, ,.... write or call I). F !.nwton. Fort
irom . IU l.. C.U.J L-I.n.,111 Or.
For Season Announced
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Calif.,
Jan. 21. Stanford University teams
this spring meet their ancient foes
from, tho University ot California In
baseball, track and field, basketball
Definite announcement of the
Stanford-California sprlnr dates wag
made recently. They follew:
Freshmen meat April 15 here
Varsity meet April 22 at Califor
Varsity game April 8 at California.
Varsity gamo April 15 here.
Varsity game .April 22 at Califor
nia. Freshmen game April 8 here.
Freshman game April 15 at Call-lornla.
Freshman game April 19 here, If
necessary to decide series.
Varsities mee( A'prll 15 at Olym
pic Club, San Francisco.
Varsity Feb. here and Feb. 25
at Oakland. J
Other basketball dates to be an
BOXING EVENTS 1
Tho week's results:
At Philadelphia George
defeated Alex Hart In 4.
At Portland, Ore. Harry( Wills
won from Sam Langtord In '10.
At Wichita, Kas. Hugh Walker
knocked out Jack Mo ran In the 3d.
At Reading, Ta. Earl Hartman
stopped Johnny Tymer In the third.
At Peoria, III. Johnny Kelly and
Stanley Everett fought 10 to a draw.
At .Now York Abo Goldstoln
knocked out Franklo Fay In the 7th.
Johnny Brown ot England, wjU
pointed Bud Dempsey In l6'. J
morning. The subject for Sunday Is:
The free reading room and tree
lending library ' open from 3:30
to 4:30 on Tuesdays. Thursdays i
FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCIlcorner
Washington and Eighth. A. F. Sim
mons, pastor. Residence 612 Cali
Sunday school at 10 n m. preaching
11 a. m. and 730 p. m : B. O. P. U.,
6,30 Sunday evening; prayer serv
ice Wednesday at 7:30.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, corner 9th
and Pine streets.
METHODIST CIIUIICII Corner
10th and High streets. Iter! s. J.
Chaney, Minister. Tho Sunday school
will meet In regular session at ten
o'clock Sunday morning with L. K
Phelps, assistant superintendent, in
charge. The young peoplo of tho
Epworth League will have charge ot
the evening church service. Good
speaking and good music wltb an
opening song service led by Mrs, J
It. Llntesty The pastor will speak
at the morning church service at elev
en o'clock. Dr. Lois C. Bridges Is
the leader for the Epworth Lesgue
meeting at 6:30 P. M. All are Invit
ed to all the meetings at the Metho
Rererend II. J. Meyers, Pastor.
Services will be held In the Cham
ber of Commerce rooms, 10:30 a. m.
The Convenient Season,
1. A few things that hinder the
2. The delusion of putting it off
EMANUEL HA1TIHT CHURCH
J. II. DICKSON, Pastor.
11th and High streets.
Church School at 10 a. m. Mrs
Lee Parker, Superintendent.
Morning service, at 11 A. St. wltb
preaching by the pastor.
Subject of tho sermon, "Prvrcr."
Evening service at 7:30. Subject
of tho sormon. "What Paul Saw In
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
at 7:30. Subject "Obcdlenco tho key
to All Knowledge." J. II. Dickson.
At tho Strand Tonight - "Riders of
the Dawn'," nnd 2 new comedies.
COON 25 years experience desires
tp contract with logging or saw
mill company or box factory Co., to
run their boarding houses for season
Host references Chas. DorrU. Cen
tral Hotel 2 1-27
sacrifice. Call 2tSW
LOST A .8125 diamond ring be
tween .Whlto Pelican hotel nnd
postofflco. in reward if returned to
Phil Ganlm, McDonald Peel Hall 21
25 reduction on Patrick Mackl
anws at K. K. K. Store.
Furnished one room cabin for
housekeeping Colonial Rooms, 11th
noar Main. 21
At the Strand Tonight "Riders of
the Dawn." and 2 new comedies
WANTED A light truck. See Heck
ard at Rex Cafe. 21-24'
Watch for our story how to pro
long the life ot cut flowers
ICAMATII FI.OWKIt HIIOP
Phone 589 - 834 Main
FOR RENT OR LEASE For 4 or 10
months, six room furnished house,
bath, garage $ 40.00. Address Box
16, Herald Office 21
PERSONAL MENTION j
At Lincoln, Neb. Geo. Lamson,
Lincoln, knocked out Jack Moran,
Chicago In 2d.
AT THE CHURCHES
No changes will be made in this
column unless the copy Is at The
Hvenlng Herald office by 5 o'clock
SACRED HEART CHURCH, corner
ot Eighth and High, Rev. Hugh J.
Schedule ot Services
Children's Mass at 8:00 u. m,
Adults Mass at 10:80 a. m
Evening Services at T;00r """
2nd Sunday one mass ouly at 8:00
2nd Sunday at Merrill, 10:30.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Glvan will leave
Monday for Salem for an ixtended
visit. Mrs. Glvan has been a guest ot
her slstor, Miss Agnes Drlscoll, since
the holiday season.
, Mrs. Majors, sister ot Mrs, Clin
ton Jones, ot 220 Nonth Ninth
street, arrived here last evening
from Dunsmulr, called by ber de
sire to-rBitind ber greetings to her
now niece, who arrived at" the
Jones home a few days ego,
Chris Cowley Is a city visitor to
day from hlg ranch In Langell val
Fred Peterson ot Merrill was a city
visitor yesterday attending to husl
33 1-3 reducton on Men's Over
coats K. K. K. Store.
SMALL DAIRY I1PBINESS- fully
equipped, good 5 room house build
Ingg etc., rent only 820.00 month
Cows, milker, horses, wagons, cans
etc.. ran be bought cheap, Seven to
nine hundred cash will handle this,
HIGH CLASS GROCERY; New stock.
excellent cash business, a real mon
ey maker, located In centro of town,
BRICK WORKS: established ten
years, a business thnt la bringing
In big returns, for sale at a sacrifice
FEED and GRINDING BUSINESS:
Well established, good town and
country trade, would consider part
ner or sell outright.
SMALL GROCERY & FISH MARK
F.T: In excellent location, a good
business can bo worked up, small In
vestment. CARPET CLEANING WORKS- earn
ing good returns, well established
and for quick sale can bo had at a
bargain. Machinery worth moro than
HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, ETC:
an old established business In the
Rogun River Valley, carrying good
OARAOU AND TRANSFER . BU8I-
NESS: earning nice returns, might
sell separate if desired".
For these and other business ooon-
THE FOUR-SITE SALEH AGENCY
Hertford, Ore., Medford Bldg
Phono 900: Ashland. Ore.. Beaver
Bide, I'bone 4. 21
fUMMONf FOR I'lmUCATIO.V IN
r-f!lti:ci.UKrilK OF TAX I.IKX
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
Thomas A. Cregan, Plaintiff,
L. Levey, Defendant.
To h. Levey, the above named de
IN TUB NAME OF THE STATE' OF
You are heroby notified that
Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Drlrcoll of Klam
ath Falls were guestg at tho Parker
home last week,
C, W, Warren was In ' Klamath
Falls a few days of last week attend
ing to business matters.
D, M. McLemore and Earl llama
ker aro hero for a few day( looking
after their cattle Interests.
Marie Obeucbaiu, who was called County
here on account ot tho Illness of her
mother, returned to Klamath Fulls
Thomas A. Cregan, tho holder of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered
1127 Issued on the 21st day of Feb
ruary 1919 by the Tax Collector of
the County ot Klamath, State of Ore
gon, for the amount of Four & 83
100 Dollars, the samo being tho
amount then due and delinquent for
taxeg for the year 1916 together with
penalty. Interest and costa thereon
upon the real property assessed to
I you, of which you are the owner as
appears of record, situated in said
and State, and particularly
bounded and described us follows,
The South-cust quarter of the
North-cast quarter ot Soctlon twelve,
Township thirty-nino south, Range,
eight cast, W, M. In Klamath County,
You nro further notified thnt snld
Tli o inn s A. Cregan has paid taxes on
said promise tor Prior or subsequent
tears, witn tho rate or interest on
snld amounts as follows
Year's Tnx 1917, Date paid, Feb
21, 1919: Tax Receipt No 6785;
Amount $5.99; Rate ot Interest, 12
Year's Tax 101S, Date Paid, "Dee.
30, 1919. Tnx Receipt No. 6i30;
: Amount 16.07: Rato of Interest, 12
Year's Tnx 1919. Date I'nld Fob.
21, 1920 Tnx Receipt No 32:
, Amount $8 90; Rato of Interest 12
i per cent
1 Year's Tnx 1920. Datrt Paid Jan ,
I 1922, Tnx Receipt No. 649S; Amount
$7.55; Rato of Interest, 12 per cent.
Said I, Levey ns tho owner of the
legal title of the nlioo described
property ns the same appears ot
record, nnd each ot the other per
sons nbnvn named nre hereby furth
or untitled that Thimn A Cregnn
will apply to tho Circuit Court of
tho County nnd State, aforesaid tor n
decree foreclosing tho lien against
the property above described, nnd
mentioned In snld certificate. And
you nro herohy summoned to nppnsr
within sixty days ntter the flrM pub
lication of this summons, exclusive
of the day of snld first publication,
and defend this action or pay tho
amount duo as above shown, togeth
er with costs and accrued Interest,
tnd In rnse of your failure to do o,
n decree will bo rendered foreclosing
tho lien nt said taxes nnd costs
ngnltut the land nnd prelmses above
This summon. Is published by ord
er of the Honorable I) V Kujrken
dall. Judge of tho Circuit Court nt
tho Stalo of Oregon for tho County of
Klamath end said order wss msdii
and dated this 21st day of January
1922 and the dato ot the first publi
cation nt this summons Is the 21st
day of January 1923.
All proces nnd paners In this pro
ceeding may be served upon the und
ersigned residing within tho Stato of
Oregon nt the address hereafter men
tioned E. L. ELLIOTT
Attorney tor Plaintiff
Address Sugarraan Building, KUm
nth Falls. Ore.
J. 21-28 F 4-U-18-35
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THE HOME OF THE HODKINSON FEATURES
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The Greatest Story James Oliver Curwood Ever
The Drama of a Big Dog's Part in a Love Tale of the Wild.
SEE Kazan, the wonder dog, fight a wolf pack in the north.
SEE Kazan beat the mountain lion that slew hit wolf mate.
SEE Kazan fight a man-beait for a helpless girl. ,(
SEE Kazan's might strike the brute whose gun had laid him low
Wolf-Dog Fights Man-Beast
Mute animal eyes glaring forth from a hoad half wolf glow
red at the sight of a human kill, and bide their time until Kazan
' finds in Jean a tender sympathy that wins his savage heart. '
McCready, the man beast, finds her, too, and then .begins the
wooing, strange and fearsome the man-beast secure with man.-'
. made weapons, Kazan with only his teeth and strength. (Cease-
lessry the dog guarded and then his wolf-like cunning found
its chance. Jil
Third f the Series of
The Reformed Bandit
Continuous Show all Day. Starts at 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 p. m.