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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TO KLAMATH LUMBERMEN
FIRM STARTS LOCGING
J'mkrlf Hrofjirr Opon Cmnps ar
Clillmjiilnt Jim hlilppiil
PuckMl llrothers, widely known
JoKK'ir, today Shipped in on north
to llinlr camp near Chlloquln and
will start lofKltiK at once.
An" early ratlvnl of lumbering It
Men In llio nctirltfc, of lugging con
cerns, soTonl of which nro reported
tn lie preparing for spring operations.
Th RprnRiie Hirer Lumber rompanr.
operating on the Hpragtia river nbovo
rhlloquln, has licn operating for
noaio weeks nml In reported to have
had tlio most successful season In
thn, company' history. The success I
duo In great part to Ideal logging
condltlonn.. An early front followed
by a Iljcbt snow lirouRht Reed sleigh
Ing and made It possible to brine tn
tils loads. One load brought In ron
talned 8,000 fret. It was reported
Lumbermen formerly of Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Michigan nnd the other
middle-west state are promised the
nearest reproduction of "Kastern"
logging oior ecn hero In the opera
lion of the Snrague river company
M'.MIIi:it IXIU'.STltV AT
WILLAIU IIAIIIIOU AtTlVK
HAYMOW). Wash,, Jan.. 24. Ac
tivity of tho lumber Industry of Wll
In pa harbor show, a liealthful trend
and tho total number of employes en
caged at tbe lumber, ahlngle and ven
cor plant at present Is 1091. With
tho resumption ot tbe Kk Shingle
company of South llend, which I
closed nt preiont on account of tho
shortage ot logs, and tho Increased
number of help of milli In Itaymond,
which la contemplated for the future,
tho mill employment will total 1S90.
rOMl'AXV TO Tl'IIX Ot'T
LATH, IlltOO.U IfAMH.I'Jf
home In Portland a few day this
"Tho Japanese order promlso to
keep many of our mill busy, though
an Increase In freight! and a pooMblo
tncreasu In lumber prices mny( check
trade somewhat," said Mr. Unit.
"Hut the outlook I, splendid general
ly and there Is n great deal of post
poneil building to be done
"I firmly bellevo that tbe l'aclflc
Cpast will have a b.innec year, not
only In lumber but In everything
that goo toward making this section
of tbe country prosperous."
Forest Service to
roitTI.AND, Jan. 24. The bu.
rcau of census and tho forest serv
ice hate entered Into a co-opcnit-l During 1921. total of 11R.C13
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J OREGON BREVITIES I,
Toledo 135,000 corporation
formed to Improvo housing condi
tion. Tillamook New CO.mlle mall
route will accommodate 1300 people
Gardiner sawmill making $10,000
Single tax lneaturo tb be forced on
ballot in m::.
Astoria -2300 acre drainage dis
trict being formed.
t'nton and Jackson counties refute
to enforce dog tax law.
Kngcne cigar factory manufactures
500.000 rholce cigars yearly.
Madras -lllds called for 14.000.
000 Irrigation project.
Albany Annual report of city lib
rary shows marked growth.
Prairie City I.edge of Jade opend
' Albany tocal theater Installs big
new pipe organ.
A-hlxml 1921 building activities
show growth of 50 percent over 1920.
Tillamook county ha $435,000
available for road purposes
products fell off is percent In silver.
$23.J00 l cold and !e percent In
copper compare to 1920.
Astoria ships nearly halt million
rases salmon this jenr.
l.'Imtrn N'otl mail to receive $S,.
Astoria llaptlttt lo erect new
Crane looking forward to early re
sumption ot work mi Strnhnrn rail
road north and east of city.
I.aiie county nppoprlale $r,,oou for
Improvement ot Alvadore-t'orote
Portland ConstructU'll work to
start soon on $2&0.nno Shrine hopl
tal tor crippled children.
North llend plans $5,000 commun
KLTNK, Jan. 24. Preparations
to manufacture lath and broom han
dies from slabs which are usually
used for fuel Is being ma do by tbe
Walters-Parka Lumber company
here. Lath and broom handle mach
ines aro being Installed. Tho company
han Just erected n plant to mill rough
lumber Into tho finished product In
transit. Tho plant will buy cants
from the smaller mills and plans to
ullllzo all tho waste of the 'mill for
fuel and by-products.
WOOD WOIIICI.VU PLANT
. iii:i.vfi ui'itr .vr kkiao
ivo agreement under which the tor
est service will undertake tho col
lection ot tho statistics ot lumber
and timber products for Oregon
and Washington for the cnlendur
year 1921, as a part of the census
According to W. 11. Gibbons In
charge of the office of forest pro
duct here, this agreement contem
plate the untllliatlon ot the forest
service organisation In Oregon and
Wanhlngton and other western
states. A sufficient number of for
est service men will be sworn In as
agents of the bureau of census and
win conduct tho canvass from the
district office of the forest service
hero In hee two states, acting un-
dor the authority of the census law
ny inn means it Is Intended to
save lumbermen unnecessary annoy-
anro, io avoid duplicate Inquiries
to sawmill operator,, and other man
ufacturer of. forest products, to
expedite tbe collection of census
data, and to economize upon the
cott of tho canvass.
Early publication or forest sta
tistics In western states Is planned
If manufacturer co-operate by nuk
ing their return, promptly. The
offlco of forest products hero has
been collecting somewhat similar
data for several year for thete two
states, which havo proved ot great
valuo to the lumber Industry Itself,
according to W. H. Gibbons,
KELSO, Wash., Jan. 24. The Kel
so Manufacturing company ha, been
organized by C. C llashor and A. L.
llashor of this city. The company I,
Installing a lath and wood-working
plant ut tho alto of tho foruiur Mc
Lane tl mill and will bo ready to
commence inMiUt.icturlng at an early
dale. Tho Qij'jipmcnt from I lie oil
Klonomnn plant In West Kclio 1 be
ing used for tho mill. Lath and han
dta stock and similar wood products
will bo manufactured.
Year For Industry
AIIi:ni)i:K.V, Wash., Jan. 24.
That tho Pacific Coast lumber busi
ness may experience an exceptionally
good year, from present Indications,
lu tho opinion of Krcd Hart, president About all a reasonable pedestrian
of tho Qulnaiilt Lumber company of can hopo for now Is to bo Injured
Itaymond, who wus hero from his only slightly. Ohio Stato Journal.
PERSONAL MENTION )
Mrs. K. 8. Henry left- this morning
for fit. 1-oul- for a visit with friends.
Mrs. B. T. Glvan was a passenger
on tbl, mornings' train for fialem,
where she will visit, her mother for
soveral weeks. ,
Airs. iJI. M. Klshcr nnd children,
who have been visiting ut tho homo
of her parents. Mr. nnd Mr. P. K.
Ilannon, left tbl morning for ncr
homo In South llend, Washington.
Mrs. Jack McAullffo was a passen
ger on this morning', trln for Chi
cago, whero she goes for a visit with
relative and friend after which he
expect to go on to hor old homo Ip
Ireland for an extended visit.
Silt Alicia Mario Davenport is ex
pected to return on this evening's
train from Portland, whero she hu
been for tho past two month for
tho benefit 0f )lnr health. Sho Is re
ported to bo very much Improved.
motor vehicles. Including passenger
and commercial cars, and 31 46 mot
orcycles were registered nnd licensed
Klcctrlc wattle Iron fsclory started
l-a Grande Union coanty has sold
$100,000 road bonds.
Corvallls Klrst annual courfe In
cannery at agricultural college starts
Jan. 30 and Include actual demon
Aumsvllle Co-operative flax tra
il ust ry gets 300 acres for five years.
Cottage Grove cannery pays 20 per
cent tn stockholders.
Hocburg County orders one
mile Garden Valley highway paved.
Salem Valley flax and hemp
grower have 1,000 acre pledged for
t years to establish flhor Industry.
Portland to load 2,000,000 feet
lumber for Atlantic roast.
Wallowa to have new sidewalks.
Wnrrenton Clay pottery plan In
Toledo Sawmill to run full capa
city cmplayisg 300 men.
Itemalnlng uncrulsed timber In
Douglas county to be cruised.
New mining company Incorporated,
property embraces 1500 acres placer
ground In Josephine county.
Itoteburg New treot paring completed.
Oregon exports for tho first 11
month ot 1921 Increased to $C2,
500,700, a gain of 12 percent. Wash
ington exports tell off S5 percent and
San Francisco 45 percent. Mining
) Stiitrnl rnr or teonti drnte to
Klamath Kail last week to nttend
the operulla glten by the high school
Verne McClellan Is home from Kn
gcne for u short visit wlih his par
ents Mr. nnd Mrs J S McClellan
Hill lltirke wa, n Klamath Kalli
Al llurnnt was a Klamath Palls
business visitor aturila)
Mrs Clyde Griffith entertained ut
dinner Sunday to Mr and Mrs. Dun
Kaylor and Mr and Mrs. 1 A West
Nellln Chcyne Is visiting with
friend In Klamath falls.
I'AUIOIIMAV WCIH iu:iti:
Charles l.ee llnwklns of Modesto.
Callfrnnlii, nnd Miss l.ucllln Muy Iluv
enscroft were married here Sunday
by the Iter S. J Chaiiey mid lett
Monday morning for Modestu tr
make their lilme The lirldc, former
ly nn empl(iee of tho Karl Shepherd
Music company, has many
LOST Muck vehel hand bag -eon-
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idiiiiiiK inunii ii'itim-r 1'uriH' Willi I
some change nnd 2 money order re-1 1
celpts- Under please return In "ill
California Ave, or phone 314 1
Woman want work by hour or
day Phone 33TJ. 24
.Steam Heat at Colonial Itooms. 2 4
Flowers muke happy Birthdays,
KLAMATH I'l.OW i:it SHOP
Phone r,S' S3 4 Main St.
Wilt exchange room rent for car
penter wi.rk. M P Herald 24
CHEWING GUM AND
JAZZ NOISES SAID
ST. I.OIIC. Mo, Jan. 24 The
sound of the chewing nt gum, uuto-
mobiles and Jaxx music were classed
among the most Irritating noises In
antner received by members ot
the St. I.oul, Women' Advertising
club from friends to whom they
had submitted questionnaires.
Cream puffs were voted the
greatest delicacy, with mushrooms
and lea cream ranking second and
Ilesults on other question were:
That a kitchen should be colored
In white. Diamonds were preferred
In a cholro ot genu. Popular mu
sic wan favored.
Whistles also wero Included
among irrltutlng noises.
"Myriad Now L'ses for Corn," say
tliu Literary Digest Hut the revenue
men am getting stricter -Chicago
Journal ot Commerce.
HO II ItKNT 2 room apt. furnished
tor light housekeeping Oregon
Home. 527 Klumuth Ave 24
HO II IlKNT Furnished 2 and
room apartments Tel. 342W.
Hiirnlshed one room cabin Colon
ial Itooms. I lth near Main. 24'
PIANO HOIt SAI.K Cheap. 039
Wathlngton Phone 33IJ. 24-26
Steam Heat ut Coloulul Itooms. 24
KW VITi:it IIATBH
TIM VSI i:TS
Single. Ill .00. St.'J.1. VI..-U),
Ikiulite, l..tO, Hl.7.1, 911.UO.
KPCCIAI. WKKKI.V A.M MONTHLY
TUB PLAI'K UIIKIIB Vol' WILL
IIVIOV A GOOD MOHT'tt HHST
ALL Ot'TMDi: ItOOM STCAM
IIBAT HtrT AYD COLD WATMt
IV lA'KltV lt(HM
HKPAIIATB I.OIIIIIKS Hlt MDIKS
I'ltKi: llt'S TO AND I'ltOM ALL
HOll SALK -Cheap One heating
stove left at Colonial Itooms. 21'
School District Nn 1 will receive
bid up tn Hob. 6, 1922. for 200 cords
of 4 ft body wood, lo he cut from
llvo treei. In be delivered us the
board may direct, In the various
schools, wood tn ho tiered on nrhool
grounds, lllds will not bu considered
nn white fir. The board reserves the
right to reject uuy nnd all bid. Hid
must be accompanied by lertiflrd
rhecl; for S per rent of bid. Address
nil bids tn Ida II Momyer, clerk.
School Dltt No 1
Jan. 2I-2S-2S-3I Hcb 2-4
t&rm fiaaa" ites"
$7QO 560Q $495
Try any other Player selling at $1,000, then
play part of a roll on this Gulbranscn Suburban
Model Player at $495, using a single finger on
one pedal. . a j,, Jftjj
This is only one test of Gulbransen Super
iority, and the more you look at other Players
the stronger you come back to the Gulbransen.
It is Standard, Nationally Advertised, Na
tionally Priced, and that price burned in the
Back, with no Freight Added anywhere in the
We ask you to play this instrument ten
minutes at our store.
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
ONLY EXCLUSIVE MUSIC HOUSE
507 Main Street Phone 282-J
the opening of
A NEW SQUIBB SECTION
THE other day we heard of a druggist who paid so little attention
to the sale of drugs nnd so much attention to tho sale of other things
that his store ceased to look liko a drug store and ho had to put up i
Jbig sign reading; ".This is a Drug Store."
lYoii often hedr people say today that many druggists aro neglecting1
the pharmaceutical end of their business. This tendency makes it
hard sometimes to get pure and reliable drugs, unless you choose your,
iVe Bpccializo first and last in compounding prescriptions and in pufd
drugs, chemicals and toilet preparations of tho highest quality. Our
customers know this well. In lino with our policy of giving them tho
very best pharmaceutical products wo announce tho opening of a
special Squibb Section in our store.
lYou will find hero in original puckages tho many household product
and toilet preparations, for which tho JIouso of Squibb is famous,
tho .world oyer.
Squibb's Sodium Blcartnt free
from the bitter taste of tho commer
cial product and purified for medic
Squibb's Epsom Salts purified for?
medicinal use Clean and almost!
free from the bitterness usually;
found in the ordinary salts,
Squibb's Cattor Oil refined by a apo
dal process for medicinal use and
almost free from the disagreeable
taste of ordinary, castor oils,
Squibb' Milk Sugar for infant feed
ing. Free from all Impurities that
disturb the delicate ttomach, A fine
powder cold only in sealed tin con
tainer! to insure purity,
Iqulbb's StearaU f Zine the best
known dusting powder to protect the
delicate skin from Irritation due to
Squibb's Talcum Powdsr tho purest!
of Italian talc, specially purified to
'free it from the loluble matter
likely to irrltnto tho tender skin.
Carnation, .Violet, Boudoir and Un
cented. Squibb' 'Msgnuta Dsntat Cream (I
dental cream made from Squibb'
Milk of Magnesia. Cleans and pre
serves the teeth and gums and tenda
to maintain the normal alkaline con
dition in the mouth. Contains no
aoap, acids, or other deleterious
We promlso you a prompt and efficient service on all youcj
drug needs, whether you call in person or send you; prd
by telephone, May we serve you!
Fwjfinh v i
An exceptional good
offeringlight and dark
colon. Our 25c grade.
Impossible to find a
better wearing cloth;
many good patterns to
select from. Regular
Full yard wide, light
and dark colors; choice
patterns to make your
selection. Our regular
25c grade. ,
SILK HOSIERY SALE
In black and Cordovan
and some with Richeliu
stripes. Sale price
Pretty designs in dif
ferent colors, worked
on fine linen cloth.
Regular 15c each.
Hope Brand, full yard
A good heavy towel;
our regulnr 50c grade.
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Full yard wide, and un
usual value. Regular
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
Heavy fleece lined, long
or short sleeves. Values
Age 2 to 16 years
ODDS AND ENDS
Fleece lined, heavy
weight. Values to 75c.
jKLMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLls.
BUY THtIR DRUGS
All Coats, Suits
Many Choice Garments to
select from and one-half of
our low prices means
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