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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1922)
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The 'Lumber Industry
NEWS OF INTEREST TO
TO 4 FIGHT DMilTRH RUST
PORTLAND, Kelt. 8.i-Itlmotci
for n nnpronrlnllon of $150,000
for tho romhat of tho wV'do plno
blister nut which ha made, Its np
Pcarannj la Northwestern .Wash
ington nml In llrltlili Columbia, nml
M Which Is threatening tho flre-nccuiei
pine of tho North, hnvo been ruadcl
lijr Henry Wallace, secretary of or-
rlculturo, to tho illrcctor of tho K-
rlculturnl budget, with tho reeom-
mcndntlon thnt It be submitted to
congress for Inclusion In tho next,
tloflcloncy act, according to a com
munication received by C. S. Chap
man, cxcctltlvo secretary of tho
Western while plno blister ,rust
"tt U clear,"' write Secrotnry
Wallace, "thnt to bo most effective,
tho field scouting and rlean-np
work In the Northwest should bt
Rln ns parly In tho sprlnR as cli
matic romlltlons permit."
The rust ' has appeared on tho
south end of Vancouver Island, on
tho main land around Vancouver.
In Washington, tho disease I
known as far south ns Kverett and
Port Townscnd. So far, tho Infec
tion is confined to the cultivated
black currant with an occasional
diseased white pine under nursery
or park conditions. Infected pine
hnvo been found at Vancouver and
Mount Vernon. x
As n result of tho recent confer
enro held In Portland to devise
means of chocking the blltttpr rust
spread the bill was Introduced In
congress calllnR for the $150,000
Principal metbpds 0 fcontrol will
consist of raoro rlRld quarantine,
eradication of black currant bushes
In tho plno regions, scouting and re
search work to determine effect of
climatic condition on spread, and
tho susceptibility of native currants
Tho campaign I of co-operative
character, all the forest agencies
POHTADI.K . TKl.KPHONKH
All) FOREST RANGERS
Tho ranger who police our na
tional forests now oro using novel
portablo telephones as a result of
special perfections and adaptations
of this method- of communication
to timber country requirements.
Knch ranger carries a portable
telaphono as part of his equipment.
Wlro servlco Is maintained between
the headquarter camp, field points
and lookout stations.
Instead of the usual ovehead tel
cphono lines, the forest telephone
wire hang loosely from trce 10 to
13 feet above tho ground, so that
In case a trco falls on the line tt
merely will tako up some of the
slack and not break tho wlro. At
lantic City (N. J.) Gatctte.
Helen Houston Is back at her dut
ies In the county clerk's office after
having been absent for soveral days
with o very acvero cold.
Sheriff Lloyd L. Low Is being kept
vory busy these days delivering elec
tion supplies and today drovo to Bon
anza, Dairy, Illy, Lorella, and the
Spraguo Itlvcr country. lieforo leav
ing ho stated that he felt sure every
body would vote for good roads If
they were "In his boots for a while."
IH, K. Calkins returned last night
from vurlou points In California.
Slnco disposing of his boat on Up
per Klamath Lake, Mr. Calkins has
been looking about for a new loca
tion, but says .he is having a hard
tlmo to find any placo better than
Mr. and Mrs, Hois Button and fam
lly spent yesterday in this city visit
lug relatives and looking after busi
Florence Porter, employed in the
office of the Pelican Day Lumber
company has been confined to her
homo for several days with the flu.
Hho Is reported to bo much hotter,
howover. and expect to bo ubout
ugaln in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell were
business visitors to this city, yester
iluy from Pine Grove.
George Sparrentorn, Bonanza mer
chant, Is a city business visitor to
It. K. Paddock, representing Mar
shall Wolls & company of Portlaud,
arrived on last night' train und Is
registered at tho i White Pelican
G. A. Kruuse, of the Klamath Lum
ber & Hox company, left on the tralu
this morning for Ran Francisco where
he expects to remain for u 'few day
(K, II. Hall has returned from a
trip through California, whoro ha
V THE LOGGER
.Hy Joo Conley
Thn lttegcr's life's with the Forest'
WhoiM tho long Ions day arc
Where Clio winter' blast from first
Make tho Logger there ropont.
Ho JonRg Rct out on(, roam nb(ml
Am, 110f .,, B0 thcre;
le ,,renmrt pf CTc from p abovo f
Ana n0Irt-,h it' ruler fair.
He sits In a Ramo that far. from
And shutfYc the card around;
Po ho call a tiluff and takes, the stuff
With never a smllo or sound,
131s clothes ore rough, ho looks pret
llut hi cyo Is twinkling bright:
And the Ramo mny bo with many, or
And run through tho leng: dark
Hct's rough In hi ways and always
111 mind In a blunt sort o'way;
lie' quick to see the treed of the
And welcome you thcre to itay.
lie's somo mother's son who life be
gun With a strugRle fierce and. wild;
And -that mother' fear through the
Has gone with this man; her child.
Ye., he takes his part from .finish to
In a fight or frolic, I'm told,
He'll Rivet you a smllo If you act
Yes his heart's a Reed as gold.
And ho long to bo where his heart
And never again to roam.
With a babe and wife to cheer him in
Is tho dream of the Logger' home.
ASTOnLUMILL TO OPEN
WITH OS MRX EMPLOYED
ASTORIA, Or.. Feb. 8. A new in
dustry, which promises to result In
the creation of a payroll of no mean
proportions has been started In As
toria. It Is tho shingle mill Just es
tablished in connection with the
Youngs Day Lumber company's plant.
Operations were commenced yester
day with ono shift will be added with
on output of 80.000 shingles dally.
This company ha Just completed
a dry kiln with a capacity of 70,000
feet of lumber a day, as well a the
Installation of a plant, for cutting
alder into dimensions. Tho alder mill
will resume operations February IS
after a shutdown for several day to
The company is operating nine log
ging camps, two cutting cedar for
shingles and seven cutting alder. It
employ 65 men and has a payroll o'
$200 a day. '
say "the sun ought to shine." He
reports a heavy freeze throughout
the state, but says .that tho orange
grower expect to get at least fifty
per cent of their crop,
Bert Wltbrow and L. G. Van Bel-
len drove to Fort Klamath yester
day. They report the roads In very
good condition for this time of year.
S. W, Kohlen", It. R. Turpln and B.
L. Hunt are registered at tho Arcade
Hotel from Medford. They expect to
engage in trucking between this city
and Medford as soon as weather con
dltlons and the road will permit.
Mr. und Mr. C, Hi Hone are reg
istered at the White Pelican hotel
Recent arrivals at the White Pell
can hotel are W. P. Powers, C. W.
layers, Portland; B. Urownlee, San
Francisco; Geo. A. Webben, Los Ang
eles; C. P. Terwllllger, Albany; and
Mrs, Roy Hlckmau, Fort Klamath.
Fred Southwell, who is here from
Maltland, Missouri, visiting his
brother, W. W. Southwell, expects
to continue his' stay during the
Caslus M. Petit, a , prominent
farmer from the Merrill district,
spent yesterday in this city trans
acting business and buying., sup
plies. Mrs. W. W. Southwell, who re
cently underwent a serious opera
tion at tbo Warren Hunt hospital,
ha fully recovered and has been
removed to her home.
Austin Haydon was called to
Portland Monday and expects to re
main tboro until the latter part of
Steve Calahan Is In the city today
from his ranch near Fort Klamath.
Frank Corpennlng ftpent a few
hours' In Klamath Falls yesterday
lester Bogg was a business vlsl-
tor hero yesterday from his homo at
Lorella, , , i Jfcl'm
THE EVENING HERALD,
The Cohan Kids at 'Palm Beach
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Thcre are hundred of children of prominent families spending the
winter at Palm Beach, Flo., but none of them aro attracting more at
tention than those, of George M. Cohan, actor-author-produccr. a litre
George, Jr.. Helen and Mary aro at ploy In a swimming pooL
FIGHT COMES TO END
WHEN BLOOD SPOUTS
PORTLAND. Feb. S. Tho Well-Ing-Plnkham
bout ended in Itho
mini ronnn last nignt wan a do
cljlon to Joe Welling, when Kddlo
Plnkbam's car spilt, throwing blood
over tho fighters, the referee nnd
many of tlit ringside spectators.
Welling has fought Johnny Dun
dee Junior lightweight champion,
eight times, winning seven of tho
fight. Dundee beat Joe Benjamin
In New York Friday night, getting
the decision at tho end of fifteen
rounds. Welling also has fought
Benjamin twice. It clost a news
paper decision in the first bout,
but in the second contest he gavo
Benjamin a neat lacing.
WellinR has fought every good
llehtwclght In tho country excopt
Charlie Whlto and Willie Jackson.
He has tried soveral times to get
White In tho ring, but the latter
ha alway. backed out. When a
Welllng-Jackson fight I suggested
Jackson always Insists that Welling
make 130 pounds or less before he
will fight him. Welling entered
the ring last night at 13S pound.
'All the talk concerning Leonard'
inability to make tho lightweight
division Is bunk, according to Well
ing. The champion can make 13S
pound at 2 o'cloc ktho afternoon
of the fight any time he wants to
do It, says Welling.
Charles Lewis of the Lost River
district ha returned from n thrco
weeks trip to San Francisco, Sacram
ento and Corning. Wlillo in Corning
he visited Ms sister. Mrs. James
Mr, and Mr. Bert Miller were pas
engcr on this morning' train for
Weed, after 'having spent
day'at tho home of Mr. Mlllej'
parents, .Mr. anu airs. a. j. santa
mau of this city.
MIsj Idella McElrath, who has
bundled tbo Kodak developing do
partment at Underwood's Pharmacy
for tbo past thrco year, left yes
terday for a three months' vblt with
her parents In North Dakota.
Mrs. P. N. firlor of Bonanza Is
spending a fow day visiting at the
homo of Mrs. Pierce Combs of this
10c WHERE EVERYBODY GOES 20c
HOME OF THE HODKINS ON FEATURES
An Irwin V. Willat Production'
A rural drama adapted from the book, Dabney
Todd, By F. N. Westcott, brother of the author
of David Harum.
(A IfodklnMiu Release)
TWO GOOD COMEDIES
THURSDAY, COUNTRY STORE NIGHT,
Admission. 10c and 20c
HARD GAME PROMISED
Merrill, llouniiui nml Agency Qiiln
IcN Coming Willi Many Rootem
Word ha come from Bonanza, tho
Agency nnd Merrill that thop places
nro simply moving Into Klamath
Falls Frldny evening to wltncM the
basketball gamvs between the Ageury
and Bonanza, nnd between Merrill
and Klamath County high schools,
scheduled to be played In tho IC. a.
A. A. gymnasium.
Tho reports say that regular cara
vans of rooter will leave theso
town Friday afternoon. Fifty or six
ty rooter will bo here from Merrill
and n mqny from Bonanza. And the
Agency, well, tho Indian always
support their team. Plans are being
mado to nccommodato two hundred
and fifty spectators' In the gymnas
ium. The cup for which Bonanza and
the Agency aro playing ha been pres
ented by Fred Glover nnd Bert Mc
Donald. .Merrill t Play UtrnU
Tho game between the Klamath
County hlRh school and the Merrill
high school I to be ittaged a a pre
liminary to tho main event, tho
championship content, and at this
tlmo tho local boy will present tholr
strongest lineup of tho season, It will
bo the first gamo of tho year In
which every player will have had the
experlencA of at least one game be
forehand. The individual players are in fair
ly good condition now. and they show
marked Improvement In teamwork
over two week ago. Last night they
trimmed the K. C. five In a practlco
scrlmmago by a score of 41-26, and
neither Peyton nor Grqvo were in tbo
llnc-up. Friday ought to sea them at
Hl'M.l.V Oia.VIW ARK
GHAITKII OX COXVIOT
OSSI.VINO, N. Y.. Feb. 8, Human
glands Instead of tho usual monkey
Rland were grafted upoh Gcorgo
Ilausor, a prisoner In Sing Sing pris
on, to renow his vigor and euro him
of epileptic tendencies, according tc
medical nttaches at the prison. Al
though, Dr. Amos O. Squires, prison
physlclun, was non-commltal when
questioned regarding the report, It Is
rtatod by attendants that tho opera
tion was performed by a New York
specialist In gcnlto-urlnary dlseasos.
I). G. Brown, a well known farmer
from Crystal was a Klamath Falls
BRINGING 'EM DOWN
Local Milk Denier llllx If. C it. n
Hwnl by Price. Reduction
One' attention Is naieatudly called
In Jim advertising suction of nil tho
popular maicuslnos now on tho mark
et, to tho fact that any ono can now
reduce, without dlsYomfort, while Its
toning to harmonious strain on tho
Up to the t hint of roIiir to press
today tho wire wero down nnd It
whs ImposMlito to ascertain whether
this I tho method pursued locally,
but Irrefutable truth that O. L. llolll
day Is now subntantlally reducing Is
Indicated In his advertising nnd
whether ho Is doing It to music or
Inlhornlso the now lias a most bar-
liurinlntis sound to the rest of folks.
A quart of milk is two and a halt
cunt cheaper t'hari It wa last month.
This show that somo others can drop
their price besides tho man who
make tho flivver.
C l. Holllday, propHator of Hot
llduy Dairy, who U responsible for
this cut In prices, announces that ho
In utile to umko theso reductions by
reason of tbo Increased volume of
his rapidly growing business. Slnco
hi recent advent In this enterprise
six month ago, his up to date mili
tary method of handling thl diffi
cult product have placed him In the
foremost rank In tho local field nnd
enable him to sell nlllk to his custom
er nt the lowest flguro since tho
Starting with n herd of twenty-
flvjj registered HoUteln cons twenty
yoirs ago, he has by using registered
sire since 1900 built up a herd of
one hundred cow which aro declared
to lie second to none in Klamath
The milking at tho Holllday Dairy
ranch, which U four miles from tho
city on the Keno road, I nil dene by
machinery and tho milk I put
through the various proceme In n
large, nlry milk house, located 125
feet from the dairy barn.
After having been cooled, aerated,
and filtered thru cotton, tho milk
Is put Into cans that have been storlt
Ized with llro steam and hauled to
the Klamath Falls plant on L'splan
ailn where It Is pasteurized nnd bot
tled In the same sanitary manner
$30- $35- $40-
These are the new prices on Men's High Grade Clothing at jhis
store.- We have just received an express shipment containing
One Hundred New Spring Suits. All the new Colors, Patterns
and Styles. All marked at the above prices. They are getting
down jn reach of everyone. An unconditional guarantee with
every suit. An exact reproduction is printed in this ad. Read it.
This'.guarantee, together with-our reputation for, honest 'mer-'
chandising leaves no risk whatever on your part. Thesearo
extra good suits at a small price. Come in and'looktherii oyer.
Pleased to show you, whether you buy or not.
K. K. K. STORE
To thoso who oi-n not familiar with
tho present day sjsteni of ImndlliiR
milk for city delivery, n vl.Mt to thn
Holllday Dairy would pruyn of great
Internal nnd such visits nro nlway
welcomed by tho maniiRomont,
Rainbow Sweet Shop
In Itt New Quarters
Tho Rainbow Sweet Shop, result
ing of tho combination In ono build
ing of tho Itnlnbow nml Sweet Shop,
formerly operated In opposite end nt
tho business section, by George Hil
ton, King Prlro nnd Mr. IMIth
Ream, In now well osthbllshod In It
new quarters In tho Winters' build
A dumb waiter servlco conned
thn kitchen nnd cumly factory, locat
ed In clean nnltnry quarters In thn
basement, with tho lunch room nud
confectionery Morn on thn first floor.
Convenient nnd modern equipment
for rapid senlcn Is Instnlled, nnd thn
Interior of tho serving room ha been
nrranged with an nrtlstle touch that
will appeal to persiirut'seoklug a plara
to pleasantly pas the Uiuchoon
Thn proprietor expect to maintain
tho same high standard servlco In tho
now quarter that brought them busl
ness In thn old.
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as n result of tho indignation which
will rauto moving picture director
to glvn It up ns n segregated produc
tion renter, It has a tendency to
spread, to creep to thotn who ordi
narily would nut bo affeMed by It
the small part effect the whole."
LOS AN'OKLKH, Fob. 8. Indlca
tloiin of powerful Influence in the
motion picture world which nro en
deavoring to direct tlio Taylor mur
der Inquiry into certain Hue nnd
prevent It extension In other di
rections, wero reported today by po
llen officer. They said they had
boon meeting unexpected obstacle
which wero growing dally. A dis
appearing cluo was a handkerchief
Initiated "8" found near Taylor'
body, nnd which thn pollen believed
to have belonged to tho motion Pic
To Give Satisfactory Wear
If material, llulng or tnllorlug dor
not ui-ur f your rntlra salUfurtloii,
)ou may it-turn thl Rnnnntt.lo I lm
inert hunt from whom, )ou bought Itt
lie U authorized to gUn you n new
garment free. Tim only tlmo limit
U J our own good Judgment.
Fill In your namo und ilato of pur- ,
choke nud krfp thl ticket ns your
Lot 6151 Hlw
Dale - v .'.
CURLEE CLOTHING CO.
WIANTHR To borrow ilOOO.00, Uni
lateral necurlty H000.00, Adilres
No. II, It, W Herald. H-l I
Steam Heat nt Colonial Rooms. N
WANTKD Girl for light housnwork.
Whitman Drug Co, Phono 143,
rim hunt Furnished one .room
cabin, Colonial Booms, 1 1 lit near
., Wilt exrhnngn serrnd-huud uuln
for lumber. Address M, P. Ileriilil. N
(Int your Insldn work doiin mnv
Painting, kalsomlnlng and papering.
Good work at (air price. It pli'tcei
u to pleasn you.
W, H, nnd J, K, I'ntUrnon. con
OnO'H. (1th I'honn 6.1111
Steam lleut at Colonial Boom. N
Hay It with flower for Valnnlluo'
KLAMATH FLOWER HIIOP
Phono f.BD 834 Msln HI 8
Thn St. Pauls' Kplsrupal .guild will
meet nt the homo of Mr. I.011U
Hoagland nt ISO N, 3rd street nt
3:30, Thursday. A full nttendanro I
r, room hou.o for sain or trade.
Will consider Kiigcun properly.
'3 room house for salo or trade
4 room house for trade. What hnvu
S7i0 worth of ndlan basket fur
good vacant lot.
Farm for sale, trade or rent eln-
to Klamath Falls, Merrill. Mnlln and
Bonanza districts. SOS Winter' lltdg
FOR HAl.t 30 head No. I Holstuln
cows, souio fresh, other freshen
soon. Terms to right party. 20 Win
ter' Bldg. !
J I !. !-'
Kslacada PIids bring drawn for
electric power unit.
Term, WJ.no to h.oo
OAT Mala HI.
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