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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1922)
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" THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TO KLAMATH LUMBERMEN
rniCONO, I'ob, 7-Importnnt slon.1
Voro taken hy tlio California I.nm
barmen's Asroflntlon nt Fresno lo co
rporate Villi lliu Vnlted Btntcs roV
.irnmont In Iho bulldliiR nf coinmun.
Ily rplrlt, -wlilch linn lately been so
A miMitlntr t,t lh officers nnd dlr
inr. wak hclil In tlio mornlne nt
the Fresno hotel, nt -which plans worn
tnken up for expansion of their pre
H was proposed by the oftlcors nnd
1 A I . MHpMAMl.MrM
IlirOCIOrS. Willi Ul, ItfU-KIIMIIi".
from nil parts ot tho etnto. to form n
eommllteo which would figure out n.
budget to cover extensive plans in
lino for this ear' objective which
Includes not only, tho bulldlnj: of
momberifhtp, but Important steps to
ward creatine an ethical condition In
tho lumber Industry.
n.iri:i IIV VIITIIKU
P0UTLAND,, Keb. 7. LcgglnR
operations In a majority of the camps
of Wcstorn Orpgon and Western
WoshltiBton tlll be held up for sev
eral weeks', according to announce
ment last week by J. T. DouRall,
monaRcr of the Columbia Hirer I-ok-ccrs'
Information bureau. Alternate
frcexlns and thawlnc weather hask
weakened logging roads and treaties
so that extensile repairs nro noce
snry tieforo tho camps' can bo operat
ed, hn stnted.
Out of 42 logging camps In tho Co
lumbia river association, ho rvportA
only 14 operating. Other nro engng.
oil In repnlr work.'Hea.v anowfnll
has serious)).' Intorferwl with the In
dustry In many ot tho higher camps.
Mills In the river district nro supplied
with present needs and no serious log
shorlngo Is anticipated,
Tho tone of tho lumber marke.t
continues strong with a steady In
crease In purchasing, according to of
ficials of the Wet Coast Lumber
h. r. ciiHnnr.it may
DUAL I.V KfTUHKS
Interest Aroused in
Basketball fans niay well expect
lo Ret thetr monqy' worth next
Friday evening, when the Agency
school baiketball team and tho Bo
nania high school flvo will tight It
out for tho county championship on
tho K. A. A. A. floor. The name
evening the Klamath County high
school Is scheduled to Rive battle
t0 tho Merrill high school at tho
x Considerable. Interest hag already
been shown In tho Agency-Bonanra
game, as a tie exists between the
two teams. In tho county schedule
of eight garnet, each has won sev
en and lost one. Since, tho owner
ship of- n largo silver loving cup,
donated by Klamath Falls business
men, I at stake, the contest prom
lies to be a hot one.
Invitation to plar the game In
Klamath Falls was mado last Sat
urday by Principal Goetz of tho
local high school. Immediately upon
harliiR that Bonanza had beaten
Merrill Friday night. Final ar
rangements to play here were not
completed, however, until late yes
Auto Speedway to Be
Built Near Spokane
WASlitNCiTO.W Feb. 7. Secre
Ury Waltawnnnonnced todny the
designation of tho San Francisco
Chamber of Commerco as a contract
market for barley, nnd tho designa
tion of tho Los Angeles (train Kx
change ns a contract market for bar
leysorRhums nniC corn, within the
meaning of tho firturo trading act.
Member of tho two exchanges there
fore will lw permitted to deal In con
tracts for future ifotlvery of these
commodities without being subject to
tho tax ot SO cents a bushel on each
contract for future.
make suitable arrangements, be said,
construction will start at once at the
An attempt will be mado to hac
tho Spokane racing dates between
June 30 and July 3, Just previous to
tho Tacoma Speedway events.
viioxi; coMtuxir-s would
WASHINGTON'. Feb. 7. Tho
Northwestern Long Distance Tele
phone company and tho Pacific Tele
phone company applied to the Inter
state commerce commission today for
permission to consolidate their lines
In Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
Police Search for Butler of
Sheriff Low "drove to Topsy todny
to delher nuppllw for tho coming
Mr. and Mm. Win. ?rnndnll ot
Mntln spent thn ,'ek end In KInm
.Friends hao received word of tho
lllmwsof Win, llngeUteln nt Ills homo
In Dorrls. Tho nnturo of ttb Illness
was not learned, but It Js mf believed
to bn serious.
Dnve Kenyan has been confined to
'his home for rcveral days .with tho
I Tho Mnernl ot Chnrle Jllrophy,
who died lure recently will o lichl
nt the homo of his father Ul Fort
Klamath this afternoon.
J. W. Smith, who Is connocteit -with
tho Stnmtart Oil company. Is hero
from San Francisco for n fo-v das
looking after company buslnc. Ho
Is registered at the White Follrtm
J. O. Swindler of Olene spent )es
tenlay In this illy purchasing sup
pile. Friends cf Chas. I.pimls will bo
pleased to hear that his condition Is
reported to bo better toitiy.
551m Ualdwln. who U rnRaged In
tho garage business In ImVv lew, was
n recent Klamath Falls <or.
Frank Hlbbcrls ot Swaiv! was seen,
about tho court houso ye.'tcrday
D. D. I.IsKey spent tho day In our
city jeiterday looking after his busi
ness interests here.
F. C (Irlmshaw, manager of the
Merrill Mercantile company. Is spend
ing tho day In thts city looking after
his business Interests hero.
(Conlnucd from Togo 1)
KPOKANB, Wash., Feb, 6. Tenta
tive plans for the construction of a
iilllo and an eighth wooden automo
bile speedway at Alan racetrack havo
been announced by J. II. Sexsmttb,
ownu rand manager, Tho track Is Just
nereis tho Idaho state line, about SO
miles cast ot Spokane.
Mr. Sexsmlth said that ho was go
ing to California this mouth to ne
gotiate with racing authorities for a
position and data in tho western
automobile racing circuit If he can
destination on what they termed
the ''most definite clue thus far
discovered In tho Taylor murdor
They suld they we're to Interview
a "certain party" and possibly make
This marked the first active par
ticipation, ot tho sheriff's forces In
the case. ,
I.OS ANGEI.KS, Feb. 7, The
Sheriff's offlco, which is making an
Independent investigation ot the Tay
lor murder on the theory tba?a wom
an is Involved, announced that an
arrest would bo made today and that
it would not be Sands. Attorney for
Mary MI1C3 Mlnter announced tho ac
tress had goncrinto seclusion In her
residence, which is guarded by
friends to Insure privacy.
Terms (UI.30 to $8.00
Y.Mh SIIRPIIKIlI) CO.,
.107 Main HI.
10c WHERE EVERYBODY GOESj 20c'
HOME OF THE HODK1NSON FEATURES
The Young Bill Farnum, as
THE MAN HUNTER ,
Aswift-Tnoviiig' Melodrama of tho Western Prairies
TWO GOOD COMEDIES
Coming Wednesday, 'the screen masterpiece
Admission. 10c and 20c
T. M, Cunningham of tho Pine
(isovo ill.'trlct was In town )cterdny,
Joe Henry, representing Levi
SUrauss & eompany of Xnn Francluco
Is registered nt one lit tho hotels,
A new execullvo Inn taken charge
of tho Dunlmr houuhotd, In Kitlior
words, Fred Duubnr Is today, being
cmigriitiilated upon tho nrrlvul ot a
baby ilnughter, Kiithryn 1. enure.
Mother mid baby are reported dulng
Hoy Hnrwood Is rKlstorod at the
Area do Hotel from llultn Montana I
While hem Mr. Hurwooil will bo run
uecled "with tho LangeU Valley lrr.
Ilusliics.s brought Wtin. Cheyno ot
tho Spring Lake illMr'k-t to Klamath
Falls yeiterday for n few hours.
A wall boiling n tiro escape coltnp,
ed, nnlomblng soverul, Many wwto
Injured In leaping from windows,
The known (lend! Hiram 11. Ails
tin. rinrastle, Yn.S M. J. Fox. Wll
Ilaiusixirl, l'ii.; (?. M, Thomas, sheriff,
Albemnrlo rounty, Va,
NEW TODAY .
I-Oll HAI.H New modern houso and
two lull on pavement. One Is n corner
lot. Located tit 10th and Prospect
Ao. Onner 1105 Oregon Ave, Phono
DressimikliiR mul all lliida of sow.
lug domi ut 2uK Mulu SI. "!
FOIl HALU Oil HUNT Our R room
houso, corner Dili nnd tlranl, Wish
to sell or lease for ono ear, with or
without furniture Syd Kvims, 7
I'Oll SAI.I1 Oil TUADi: IflO ro
buy, strain mid stork much, locat
ed In lliiiillo rnunly, Colorado, Wlml
hnvo nu Id offer? (1. A, Cook, 1031
Wiishlngloii HI. 7.
Rtruyed or stolen from Knterprtse
ranch one bay gelding pony, jour.i
old, with iiiiiclied mil lie and star on
foreheud, P. II, Hiinnoii, Phono tooj.
Semi your vuloiitluo n pretty hot
HAY IT WITH I'l.OWICIlS
KKMTII I'LOWLH HIIOP
Phono (181) S3 Main 7
roll ItlCNT (,'omplelply furnished
apartment '.ylo nH. Tel, 73M.
Htennulleut nt Colonlul llooms, 7
Htorago space for rent. Imiulro
tlraml Ceiitrnl Piiblln nmrkol. 7-ti
I'Oll HAM: OH THANK What have
ynu? Home t " l upeciilato
prices; Must gel awny. Heo Dlik, 30
llrond HI. ''
FOIt HALU omo Al btllldlliK loU
at speculate, prices. Will trade.
What havo joiiT Hru Dick, 210 llriuid
Hleum HcSt at folonlnl Knoms.
WANT TO lll'Y Hunlliiry conch or
tot, reiisnnnble. Phono 3I13J, 7
Horn February G, 1tf22. lo Mr. and
Mrs. 1jo Cok of this city, a daughter.
Horn, at Kiilem, February 0,
1922. to Mr. nrd Mrs. K. T. Olvan.
a son, who ha-j been named K. T,
Astorhi Uong-llell l.umbor com
pany may cn.'ct plaiit hero.
THREE DEAD IN FIRE
'M Injurt'il When lllrliiiionil, '
Hotel N !( rnjnl
IttCHMOXD, Vn., Fob. 7. Three
perruns art known lo bo dead und ut
least :." Injured In a flro early today,
which destroyed tho Lexington hotel
and several adjoining buildings with
Baby's Morning Call
For Her Bottle
The first feeding of the day and the
feedings fpllowing it must be right in
every respect or baby's health is
jeopardized. Mother takes far greater
care in preparing the morning bottle
than she does with her own breakfast.
Go a step further and let us give you
our care, too, in this very important
work. Let us supply baby foods, be
cause we will always supply you with
the best and the freshest. Other baby,
bottje needs, too bottles, brushes,
cleaners, sterilizers, always on sale. '
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Vk-iimarnu ttai t pfnDPr.AM
ru-.Mi'iMi n iu-i-43ivh.ejuvit
where: particular people''
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MJoiT v 1 , wyvJ ntinnuvis, iciwftcvi
Klamath Packing Company
. Phone 68
Smoked Meat Specials
Doll lifer, pound . ....... Oc Veal Hoasta .......,..........18c
Tot Itoasts liiiic, life Blrloln flteuks OSa
Steaks .......... ................tc Liver Hausago .. IBc
Hamburger ma Head Cheese ... lHc
Hausago I title Ilologna -UOo
Pork ;toasts , 180 Salt Pork ..22c
Pork I.lver ....................... Re Fresh Itanch Kggs, doz..r..SAc
Reduce the H. C. of L
We find that owing to increased volume of production and lowered
costs that we will be able to produce milk at a considerable reduction,
and we have decided to give the public all the benefit.
,Thc high standard of tho milk will be maintained. Holliday Daily
milk is produced under sanitary conditions, and is pure and wholcsom'e.
The , prices are effective from February 1, 1922. Thoy speak for
themselves: ... ,
NEW PRICE DELIVERED
One Pint 6f Milk, per month $ 1.75
One Quart of Milk, per month $ 3.00 ,
Two Quart i of Milk, per month $ 6.00
Three Quarts of Milk, per month $ 8.50'
Four quarts of Milk in Bottles, per month $11.50
One Gallon of Milk in Cans, per month $11.00
Separated Milk, per Gallon , 15
All of.the milk comes from the Holliday ranch, four miles out, on tho
Keno road. This is a modern dairy ranch, equipped to produce clean,
wholesome milk. The milking is done by machines. Milk is immediately
rehiovcd from the- barn to a modern milk ,housc, whore it is strained,
cooled, aerated and filtered through cotton.
It then is put into cans that have been sterilized with live steam, and
is taken to the Klamath Falls plant, where the same careful, sanitary meth
ods are. used in pasteurizing and bottl jng.
ALL CONTAINERS ARE STERILIZED.
For those who do not desire the pasteurized product, we funilsh raw
milk. Tin's is put up under the same s unitary niethods.
The Holliday daily is open at all times for inspection. We welcome
a L. HOLLIDAY, Proprietor.
f iW H Behind vour telephone service is ihe "plant" dftl t
S II II
Behind your telephone service is ihe "plant"
a complicated mechanical equipment of
poles, cables, wires, switchboards, inslrurgcnts,
etc., carefully adjusted and absolutely depend
ent on perfect construction and maintenance.
The "plant" is constantly Subject to accident
and outside interference. Storms, fires, the
carelessness of workmen, the pranks of children,
concealed defects of material all play their
The telephone company maintains a skilled
force whose sole duty is to quickly restore serv
ice interrupted from any cause! Your lires are
constantly watched and tested.
In the case of trouble we are generally the
fust to know it, but a notification to our Com
plaint Department when there is anything
wrong will be appreciated.
J'he Pacific Telephone
And Telegraph Company