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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Hie Lumber Industry
Market for West Coast
Lumber Grows in East
POUTLAXD Feb. 23. Douglas
fir hlpraontn to th Atlantic coast
Mate would totol r.00,000,000 foet
during 1922, according to Chester
J, llogiio, Now York rnprciiMitatlvo
of tho West Coat Lumbermen's
association. Shipments of lumber
to tbo Atlantic coast by west coast
mills totaled 60.0(10.000 feet In
1920, and approximately 500,000,'
000 fcot in 1921, llogtto stated.
Tho market for west coat woods
li gradually onlarBttiK In eastern
and middle western territory
through ruttlnc out of forested
nrcaa In the eastern and northern
atnte and In tho southern plui ro
rlon, Iloguo stated. This move
ment la constant, though not rapid,
nnd eventually tho northwestern
mills will bo required to supply tho
entlro needs of the eastern market.
lJolwcen 5,000,000,000 nnd 6.
000,000,000 feet of lumber Is con
immeil annually In tho Industries of
Ihn rimnlrv. nnd ntllv about one-'
tenth of this amount Is supplied by
northwestern mills. II. S. Stro-
r.linwlutt tomorrow night In conjunc
tion with tho regular feature "Html
of Men," linn affording opportunity
for another nudlenco lo seo this ureal
Members f the local lodge,
Knight of P thins, under whoo nils
pice tho plrturo was produced hero,
were nresent In large numbers. It
nach, manager of tho Industrial du- Mi.uine.i on t.eh.ilf f dm i.i.iBn.
partmevnt of tho JWcst Coast I'"-, that the motive for showing tho pie-'
normena assonnu . , "! mro was to spread Interest In tho
principles of the order, during Fob.
ruarj, which Is the birth month of
NEWS OF. INTEREST TO KLAMATHLUMBfSRMEN
arrhed hero last wee' and U en
gaged In n'stirvoy tof, tlio mills of
Western Oregon 4vml Western
Washington to dcttirnilne methods
of further Introduction of their
output In the lndust.it 'a 1 market.
The outlook for U te lumber In
dustry In tho iiorfk, est Is bright,
according to Strosi eh. nnd the
mills of this section will bo kept
working to capiclty tiring the next
flvo vcars. New butt ding construc
tion In tho eastern anld middle west
cm states during lSsil-23 would In
sure a revival of tho' Industry, ac
cording to Chester II 9jme. nnd tho
Increasing popularity of western
woods would place th w market on
infirm basis. '
the order and Is being celebrated
throughout tho nation by an ncthe
GOVERNOR SHOUP OF
ItOAII IS II KING ltlTU.T
CKXTRAt.lA. Wash. Feb. an.
The N & ,M Lumber company, op
erating a ttlll near itochester. Is
liullillng .ei.n miles of logging road
Into a tract of tlmb.j.-. This tract
will run tho mill ftv,- a period of
Boxing Comedian May
Meet Fighting Carlo
Fight fans are to be treated to an
exhibition of uuusual Interest on or
yabout March 24, according to Pro
moter t'ndcrwood, when Pickles Mar
tin, 135 pounds, of Sacramento will
bo matched here with Fighting Girlo,
tho well-known Dorrls scrapper.
Pickles Martin Is known as the
"boxing comedian.' In addition to
fccSss a clever and hard-hitting fight
er, he is a natural ring clown. Ills
nntlcs'furnlih a continuous source of
amusement even while he Is In the
midst of a hard battle. Often when
the fun Is at its height it is found
tho Joko Is on Pickles' opponent who
at that time often feels the point and
losses nil Interest In the fight.
Another card that may be offered
would Include Hoguu nnd Illtchle In
a 10-round go and a return match be
tween Hoss and Huff. Tho Chlloqtiln
boy Is anxious to redeem himself.
Underwood says that Jlogue would
be required to come here at least 10
da) before the match In order to be
come acclimated. Iloxers from San
Francisco and other low altitudes
hate complained or the difficulty
they hae In breathing In this high
altitude. 11 Is believed Ilogue will
glvo Ritchie a harder battle It per
mitted to train here for a week or
Bobby Harper Wins
, From Joe Welling
PORTLAXD, Feb. 23. nobby
Harper of Seattle won a 10-round
decision over Joe Welling of Chi
cago last night.
F. I.. Holme.' and A. L. nilllon
who are connected with the South
ern Pacific company, are registered
at the Hall hotel from Dunsmulr.
Holmes Is a travelling auditor In
charge of the Shasta Division.
Jnmc-s Holland, who organized tho
Home Ilulldvrs' Investment company
here, la registered at the Hall Hotel.
F. J. Sell in I tz, a storekeeper at
llcatt), J.s In this city on business.
F. It. Hutto Is registered at tho
Hall hotel from the Klamath Agency.
Mrs. Addle Walker was a passen
ger on this morning's train for Oak
laud, where she will vliltlvtltu frleuds
for some time. v
The Aloha Club meet for a social
afternoon tomorrow at 2:30 at the
Baldwin Hotel. Mrs. Frank Wurd will
bo hostess. .
Mrs. Mildred A. Ttlvors and Miss A.
D. Huffell of Tacoma, Wash., who
have been spending tho winter nt
Venice, California, arrived here last
evening to spend u few da with
tholr niece, Mrs. 11. U. Haugcr, beforo
continuing their Journey home.
C. A. Uarnobury la registered at
tho Arcade. He aas that the town
doesn't look llko It, used to when
be drove stage In here about 40 years
I.. Flnlatt Is registered at tho Ar
cade from his home In Malltt.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hagelsteln
returnod to (heir homo In, Dorrls this
Mrs, (ieorge Stephenson and umall
aon Hobble left for Tacoma, Washing
ton, this morning where she was un
expectedly called by the serious 111
Hess vpf. her brother who resides
State Hoard of Health, was a pas
sen cor on this Tnorltlng'a train for
Portland, after s'nd)lng ov.r.il days
here with Miss I. Trjlcke, the county
Oconee lllehn wa a passenger on
this morning's train for Portland.
K. Harney, who luw been here In
stalling a fire extinguishing jivstem
In the new Pelican Hcb box factory,
returned to San Franclwro thU morn
ing. 11. K. WolfonL n menthant ot "Vain
ax, Is transacting buslkct In this
city He Is registered atyha Hotel
E. M. I.eever Is registered at the
Hotel Hall from Fort Klaknath.
,F, P. Corpennlng ot Oteno Is re
ported to bo confined to his home
with the flu.
The Reverend J. R. O. Haines of I
Malln pent the day here! yesterday
arranging for the purchase of someued, "altho stlll'far from prosper
SPltlN(JFIi:i.I). 111. Feb. 25
flood rosds In the country will do
moro to lower tne high tost ot liv
ing nnd more for the prosperity.
comfort, culture nnd happiness ot
the people than things fought over
In twelxu presidential campaigns,
tlovernor Oliver 11. Sho'up of Colo
rado today told members )t the
Plko' Peak Ocean to Ocan lllah
way association at Its annual meet
"The esttbllshment of motor
trurck express lines In every farm
ing community will stimulate the
production of more food, reduce the.
cost of living and probably will)
make public marked successful I in
American cltle," he continued. I
Continuing, he declared, "Indus
trial revival l being retarded, we
nro told, becauce of the agricul
tural situation. When the farmer
esn't buy, the manufacturer can't
sell. The farmer can't huy because
he is forced to carry a largo sur
plus ot his products. Checking tho
market It lj found that domestic
consumption Is normal, Iho prlro
low We have an overproduction
and no place t0 dispose of It
"What needs to be done Is plain.
How to do It Is quite another mat-
her. The thing to do Is to find a
market for the surplus."
Depreciating the fact that the
farmer has been held up as the na
tion's bankrupt, Governor Sboup de
clared that the farmer Is no worso
off than men In other lines of
business, and In better off than
many. "Tho farmer, ho contln
Incentive to moro eireful 'gon. Dee, 31 IH2I
production. On nceount of our XOTIt'M li hereby given Hint Wnl.
neglect of highway the Uul.ed ,i:Vlim!;SrfKM;
Suites Is palng n ponnlty of more ,,,, , 2!,M, ,,). t jMy ,2,t
innn i.iiM.omi.OUO per enr in px-tfllo lu this Office Hnnrn Htntemnitt
cessho eost for transportation nlonoinnd Application. Nit. 011731. lit pur-
of agricultural nrodttcls from firm cbiiso the W'i Ml. MU'i HUH See
in ngrirumrni products irom rtrm ( Nnu N1;l,( Hoc()n T i.(mH!l,,
to market, ho said. , 3S( jinnK i3i;( Wllliimntto Mei.
"The Plku'a Peak Ocean to Ocean dtiin. nnd tho timber thereon, tutilor
Highway association bus for llR nh- the proMslons itf tho net or Jund 3,
Jectlve tho development of the grout n ' "mond.itorjy. kimwii
.... , ..I, . .i .. " tho "Timber nnd Stone l.uw," nt
u-ntral scenic highway from tho At- upl vnlm, mlgll 1)0 flv,(, ,,y np.
lantle to the Pacific ihv.iiik. How-1 pialsitment, and tlmt. purnuniit to
etor, wo must not coiulude that 'attch npplliatlnn. the Intid and timber
heeans,, of a plan for several nn- m,rr.01,1,mx" ,,",,,f" . "I'Kmise.i, mvo
ii..... i .i .. 1 1 i ii .i . Unndred Twenty Dollar, tint llmhrr
tlonnl through highway line that j0,,nmU mom hoard feet nt $1.00
these roids will In any way lessen per M, nnd lint land SltlrtOO; tlmt
Hie need and Impurlnmo of shorter vnld applicant will offer final proof
nnd rnniuielliiL- m.,i. . '" support nr ins iippiicniiou nun
this tmrehnso before entry, or Ittlllnln; Nolleo will hit iitibllshcd Xor nltnt
I'liiiseeutivo wieun in i no iviiiiiiuiu
I' I' lilOIIT, lli'!lsl"i
.Inn R 12 l!i-3tl 1' 2-().ti-2:t M U
ii contest at any tliun Imfiue imlont
1-tuiie.t, by fllliiR ii eorrolinriited nffl
ilinlt In this n(fl('i. iilli'Klim fiuin
wlili'h would ilufeut tho entrj
"Thero aru .".0,000,000 children
In the country who should bo at
tending school, but of this number
only 1.1,1100.0.011 get there. (lood
toads would make the securing of
education easier for the remaining
"The building 0t 50,000 miles of
national highways will provide
steady employment for all Idle and
"It wilt add to the annual In
cre.is,. nf our national wealth not
less than f.100,000.000 nud save an
nually In wear and tear of vehicles
not less than $500,000,000.
"It will reduce Jbe cot of living
mots than any other factor nnd In
crease travel throughout th conn
tr. tPduclug people to 'See Amer
ica First,' thus keeping home, an
nually, moro than $230,000,000."
sworn Hliitemenl on tint 13th day ot
March, 1H22, before lldrt C. TIioiiiiim,
l S, Commissioner, nt Kltmnth
Ant person la nt liberty to protest
Price $100 00
On Pcllnui ll.i). Klamath Lake
Lot one ( 1 1 lllock A Uerreatloli
summer homts. new house complete
It- furnished, boat housn and other
com cystous It lutereMed write or
Mftfiitil. On'uim 23 2"i
Lebanon Novelty factory upon
here, and is making up line of
coaster waggons, kiddle kars, bob
Warm three .
LOST- On Main street, wrist walih
Hume Op.it engraved on back Lib
eral reward Leavo at llninel Apt
Apt J 23
A. C. Hunnell, a prominent farm
er ot this county. Is a business vUl
tor here today.
Sheriff Lloyd L. Low drove to Fort
Klamath today to serve some papers
on people of that vicinity. He will re
turn this evening.
John Koontz, a Mt. Lakl rancher.
Is here today purchasing supplies.
John Fanght who resides near
Donanza Is a business vltltor here
A marriage license was Ltsiied to
day to Llndson Q. Cow en and Kvoljn
Le Chair, both Indian's, of Modoc
pythian ncruni: dilws dig
CROWD; TO UK SHOWN AU.IIN
The spectacular and educational
film "Damon and Pythias." drew a
large crowd at tbo Strand theater last
night. The lesion of friendship and
loyalty conveyed by the picture was
plain for all tho audience and the
picture made a deep Impression. At
the close of tbo performance tho man
agement of the theater announced
that It would retain the film for a
ny, nas ins rcet on a moro secure
economic looting man tnoso en
gaged In other vocations."
Quoting from government stalls
tics for 191S, Roverpor Shonp do-.
clared that "It cost 20 cents per
ton mile to haul wheat by wagon,
as against IS cents by truck. Sta
tunc, further show that It costs
on good roads of hard resistant
surface. S cents to haul ono ton per
mile. On poor roads this cost In
creases materially as compared to
what It would cost If we all bad
Quoting from a speech by Sen
ator Deverldge, Governor Shoup de
clared that "the throwing away ot
actual produce because of bad roads
or no roads, would build every year
forty permanent ocean to ocean
hlghwas, such as the Lincoln or
Pike's Peak Ocean to Ocean high
way. "Not only would good roads
throughout the nation save this
billion dollars' worth of produce
now wasted annually, but they
would increase the raising ot food
stutf and other products because
matinee today and for additional the ease ot marketing would be
A FEW RESERVED SEATS
Genuine Burnt Cork N
Reserved Seats, 75c
General Admission, 50c ,, ,
No War Tax Charged '
Will try to let you all in this time. The fellows
who had to sit on the roof of the box office can
come in free.
Tickets at O. Larson's Shoe Store, Main, near
Sixth, phone 539-W; Central Hotel, phone 155-W,
and Schneider's Grocery, Klamath near Ninth, or
ask any of the Legion boys.
MiTH'ti KOIt ITIII.UWTIOV
DKPAKTMKNT OF Till: INTERIOR.
Not coat laud
I' S LAND OFFICK at- Lakevlew,
Oregon. Jan. 9, 1922
NOTICK Is hereby given thit Jake
J. Stelger. Jr , whose post-offiro ad
dress Is ,C'hllojuln, Klamath County,
Oregon, did on, the Mb day of Jutnt.
1921, file In this office Sworn State-
ment and Application, No i)ll?fS. to
purchase the Uits 3 and I ami S'
NWU of Section 3, Township 3SS, ,
Range UK, Willamette Meridian.'
and tho limber thereon, under the
provisions of the net of June 3, 1S7S,
and acts amendatory, known as the1
"Timber and Stone !.aw" at such
value as might be fixed by appraise-
ment. and that, pursuant to such ap-
Plication, the land and timber there
on have been appraised, at Light I
Hundred and Twenty the timber estl-1
mated tiOO.OOO board feet at $600 00
and the land $20 00. that said ,
Flowers for blrthdavs ntwnts
Ki.AM.vru ri.oui:ii shop
liiimt uMi 3I Main St 22
FOR SAl.t-: I dining luble $S 00 2
small round tables $2 HO- $1 i0,
1 chest of druwir $00 3 smiill
flower stands Till touts each mid 1
little table $t mi. Call at shed bark
of 1923 Main St . 23
applicant will offer final proof In
aiinnnrf nt i l n nulleillnn it.l -
"Ml'S-ws Ml-I'tlt.) kiwi UII1I Ft "Will
statement on tho 20th day of March,
1922, before Ilert CV Thomas. 1'. R
uommi'sioncr, at Kiamatti rails,
Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchase before mtry. or Inltlatii
a contest at any time before patent
Issues, by filing a corroborated affi
davit In this office, alleging farts
which would defeat the entry
This notlro will be published for
nine consecutive weeks In the Klam
ath Herald, Klamath Falls. Oregon
F P. LIGHT. Register
Jan. 12.1 9.26 F 2.9.1 C.23 M. 2-9
MiTICi: FOR PL'IILICATIO.V
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Not coal land
V. S. Land Oftico at Lakevlew, Ore-
Are some of )our employee-)
Riving )ou only partly effl
rbnt service? Do they com
plain of eyu strain or head
actio? No ono ran give uu effl
cleut service when they urn
sick or airing.
See that they have tholr
eyes examined and get classes
If they need tlivin.
See Dr. Goble
about your e)e nnd glasses.
71)11 .Main Phono I.W
Now that I liavo my ritmu'tl old front in,
and you can look in, I will appreciate a look-in,
oven .though you don't buy.
I am quite vain enough and optimistic
enough to believe 1 ant going to have a fir.st-
elass store and a first-class business.
Your wishes in the furniture needs are my
commands. (Jive mo orders.
"Tho Fnriiiuhcr of llnppy Monies"
uiii'.hk i:vi:itvitoDV ioi:s
HOME OF Till! IIOIIKINSOV FE.x ll'llllS
Country Store Night
and Leah Baird in
"Cynthia of the Minute"
From the famous novel by .Joseph Vance
ALSO TWO GOOD COMEDIES
A Few of the Prizes Given Tonight
Two ChickeiiSf 10. pounds SiiKar, Sack Flour,
Hon Crackers, li quarts Cream, round Coffee, Pack
age Tea, 2 Boxes Candy, and others.
Extra Added Attraction
Champion Female Bantam
Weight of Klamath County
Prizes Given Away at 8:45
Tomorrow night Two Big Features: DAMON
AND PYTHIAS and SOULS OF MEN.
Admission, 10c and 20c
WE HAVE SECURED the AGENCY tor
electric wasliincJ machine
THE ELECTRIC WHICH NEEDS NO WRINGER
You can do your whole washing without wetting your hands
in the water.
Why break your back over an old washboard when you can
make your work so much easier with this machine?
A small payment will place one of the machines in your
It will be. a pleasure to demonstrate one in your homo.
I li WaI L VmmB7mmBSuiS
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