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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
AID IS APPRECIATED
Winner of Prlro Hull TIiniikn Anvil
cIin for llrtplitR Initustry
How'Tretzky: Travels in Russia
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Appreciation for llio nlil Kln (o
advancement of the. llTeilock In
dustry In Kin ninth county by tlio
Klrtit Nnllonnl lunik In offorliiK the
prUo liull, Avalttn I'rlmroscr, to Hit
farm burcAii nnd to other iiKcnrlos
Ik voiced liy J. ?. Wrlclit of II lido-
lirnnd, who won the hull In tho
furm hnrcnti menihershln contest In
u letter to tho firm bureau Th
"To the Farm lltircnu, Klrt N.i
tlonul Hank nml nil who so Kcner
ously donated to tho prize offered
nt the, Farm Ilurcau drawing AUo
to tho newspaper of Klamath Fall
which were so wllllnc to do their
flinrn for the advancement of the
Mock Interests of Kl.miath county
"I am nhrolutcly unablo In what
perms to mo n fitting way to ex
press my appreciation and thank
fulness for tho splendid prlie. the
thoroughbred Shorthorn bull Ava
Allow ne to say that this prlte
has fnllen to onn who has been an
nrdent lover, ndralrcr and advocate
of this breed since early boyhood.
In my opinion It stands tn a class
unchnllenRnblo, If I may bo permit
ted to coin tho word, nnd I wish to
ray that It Is my purpose to handle
air. Trlmroicr In the way that will
most benefit the community In
which ho Is to make his future
'home, llctpectfully submitted by
on appreciative Farm llureau mem
bcr. J. 0. WIGHT.
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rear wheels push the car along on skids on which the front wheels rest. The machlns 1 of n papular
Uan make of n grado better than Trotxky used whtn a cltljcn of this country
21 SINGERS ARE COMING
University of Oregon Glee Club
Here March ST-aN
Twenty-one of the best singers In
the state will make a two day stop
ut Klamath Falls when the University
of Oregon men's glee club, arrive In
Klnmtsh Falls, for a two day stand.
March 27 and 28. according to John
Ilosuton, who Is tn charge of local
With the program Including every
thing from the sublime to the ridicul
ous the ho) of UieVliib hava-been
getting big orations where ever they
have sung this year. They will pres
ent the same concert here that was
given at the Helllg In Portland, last
.University of Oregon nlumnl nre
working with a number of other' or
ganizations to make the concerts suc
cesses. It Is the plan to ghe the. boys
n dance while bere.
"The Grasshopper" a tragic grand
opera. Is given as one of themaln
stunts In the club's program and Is
said to be a knockout. A number of
heavy songs are also Included on the
two hour program ot the organiza
Slack Lumber Demand
'Moathty report of The Tlmbcnnlin)
Demand for lumber during the
past thirty days was not up to ex
pectation, this condition no doubt
being largely due to unfavorable
weather throughout tho cntlro conn
try. Production In the north has
kept up, however, and stocks are
showing soma accumulation. There
has been a fairly actlvo movement
ot lumber to the Atlantic seaboard,
and considerable Japanese business
Is moving. California seems to have
been unablo to absorb the lumber
arriving, but a fairly heavy move
Tho railroads are placing somo
orders for car material. The Mil
waukco system has specifications
out for about 5,000,000 feet, prac
tlcally all timbers. Tho Southern
Faclflc Is paying $16 for ties. Tho
O.-W. It. & .V. Is offering $14,
while the S. V. & S. Is soliciting
quotations on ties. I). & II. O. U
paying $1C. Ttiero Is considerable
tie business being placed.
Spruce box Is pretty slow. Spruce
uppers are In good demand, but tho
supply is short. There Is very, little
spruce to bo had In the Columbia
river district. Logging In not pro
gressing very vigorously, due some
what to unfavorable weather. Log
prices are quite a bit softer.
The shingle market does not ap
poor to rvcover very rapidly. Clears
ure Just now showing a little more
life, but, the market for star,, Is real
sick. Spine eastern demand for
clears, Cedar logs are a bit softer.
Demand (or lath is somewhat slug
gish and prices are inrllnvd to soft
en. Shop market Is active mid
stocks tow all over the country.
Thlg applies equally with spruce,
pine and fir. The door market con
In Utah and Colorado territory
condition are showing signs of
Improvement, Farmers are receiv
ing slightly better prices for pro
duce and mines are beginning to
Throughout tha United States tho
demand tor hemes Is strong. On
the first ot the year The Timber
ssm mad caavass, through the
chamber, ot commerce oT the prln
clpil cities of the country Pros
pects for home building wero re
ported much better tor 13-- tlun
prevailed In 1921, when building
generally wa ery ncthc.
California .ibsnrbcd tnoro than
1,750,000,000 feet of lumber In
1921 nulldtng will continue active
In California this year.
The outlook nt this time Is that
lumber production In the northet
In 1922 will be about ten per cent
greater than In 1921, when Jt was
about 70 per cent normal.
The Atlantic seaboard took more
than 200,000.000 feet of Pacific
coast lumber In 1921. The move
ment of lumber to Atlantic terri
tory In 1922 will probably be 60
per re'nt greater than Ian year.
Logging nnd lumber operations
on the coast are gradually absorb
ing the unemployed. Detter weath
er conditions, now due. wilt un
doubtedly be the signal for a gen
eral revival In the lumber Industry.
VUKIILO. Colo. March .1. Tho
Tlmberman Kf fertile about the
1st of April Denver will adopt n
new building code which will per
mit the lift- ut but one grade of
shingles the flve-to-two vertical
grained shingle hailed with two
zinc nails. Salt Lake City contem
plates slmllar building regulations.
The Denier code wjll provide that
tight sheathing mut be used under
WALL STKKKT CAM'AI.TIKM
.NOW Uracil .TO M.illK
The KIK' maiiicr.-idc ball which
was to haw been held on .Miirch 22,
has been postponed until Murtli 29.
ncrordlitg to Itvron llardenbrook,
who Is chairman of the entertainment
Kierett and "IM" Hoary have re
turned from California 'where they
hno been looking after business In
terot. Tom U. Clark, special ascnt for
the United States Flro Insurance
company I here from Snn Francisco
conferring with tho Cnlklns-DoneWon
Insurance agency who handle his bus
iness In this city.
Mrs IC. ( Cummlngs returned to
this city Saturday night from Los
Angeles where she has been isltlug
her mother and sister for the past
Mrs. Lottie Martin and her dauch
FOH SAI.K- Lots ti.'O-HTl block 1 19..
Mills Add 11 Nim-resldctit owner!
paid tafH 11 jears mako offer J It
Wlthum 1717 K.-til St. Los Angeles j
Am considering piinh.ioo triut ifj
White l'lne or Sugar I'lnn timber
throe to sl hundred million fool with
or without aw ami logging equip ,
mont In first letter state uppnixl
mate price per thousand feet, general
locution. How near rail connection,
capacity of plant etc. llo A. I) It
Herald office 6-S I
CON'KKCTIOXUHY STOItK Corner,
clearing II day, excellent location
nnd opening to get Into nice buslmv",
full price only $!iOn.
OltOCKItY HUSINKSS One of tho
best, excellent layout, no dead
stock. Inconin will net over lltno a
month, will soil at Invoice. Cash busl-'
nc no accounts. I
POOL tllLLlAill) Cleiiring oer
four hundred a month, owner will
iSIl right, some terms,
(5HNKUAL MintCllANDISi: STOCK
- Will sell or might lunsldur
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ut .ir. minim wuci uir -.w ,.-.. HAKKKY IIUHIXKSS Uno Of tile
to return In a few ds from Denver
nnd vicinity where they have been
v lulling relMtUes for the past mouth.
"Kddle ' Clark who Is employed by
best in Southern Oregon, equip
ment worth more than price asked.
Jl.'iiMl will handle balance easy
CLKANINO AND I'ltKSSINC. llt'Sl-
NI:SS Karned Inst year HOMO.
the California Oregon Power com-1 net. owner will show records Full
pnny at Copcn spent the week end'!"!" J1"1,0 Including furnishing of
1icn; ' five rooms, layout well worlh 2.MlO
wiiut goun iiusiiiros iocuiioiih iur
sale whUh we ure not permuted to
iiiUcrtlv (let our name tin our list
roi'lt-KITK sUX AtiK.M'Y
.Mrdfonl llldg., .MMfoni, (r.-.
NBW YORK. Marchfi. The list of
brokerage house casualties touched
the T.O mark today when Involuntar
ily bankruptcy petitions were filed
against Kiting & Wall and I. II. Mul
llns & Co.
BONIS IJILL TO UK
WASHINGTON, D. C. March C
The soldier bonus bill will bo Intro
duced In the house late today and
formally reported tomorrow, chair
man Fordney announced. He said the
committee had reason to believe tho
president was not opposed to tho cer
tificate loan plan.
PORTLAND, March C Steers 2r,c
higher, other cattle steady, cholco
steers $7.25 to $7.75, hogs nro bare
ly steady; sheep SO cents tn Jl.00
higher, east mountain Iambs $7 50tto
$12.00; eggs one cent lower,
Mrs Joe Hrett nnd children return
ed Saturday evening from !. An
geles. w)i-re they have been spending
the winter months.
W. II. Hawkins, formerly in the!
dairy business here Is n business lsl-l
tor in this city from Modesto where
he is unw located, I
Mrs. L. II. Hague has been nbsenl
from her office for several dus on
account of Illness.
T. A. Frewen. district manager of
tho Monogram OH company. Is regis
tered at the White Pelican hotel
Mrs. J. O. Goldthwnltc returned
last night from San Francisco where
the was called n short time ago by
tho lllnc. ot her husband In that
city. Mr. (ioldthwalto did not return
with her but went on to Portland and
Is expected to return berc In a few
days. G. A. Swigart. an nudllnr for, the
California Oregon Power company. Is
registered at tho White Pelican from
I). F. Lawton of Fort Klamath Is
registered nt the Hall.
K. T. (llvan has returned from
Salem whero ho has been for the
past month or six weeks.
Mrs. Ida Turner of Knld. Okla
homa, Is lltln her daughter nnd
son-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. Genrgo L,
Drummond of the Drummond Print
UV ure Irutalllmc an up.to.dato
equipment for automobile radiator
repairing, and guarantee our work
In be done In a thorough unci first
law manner L, .N, Haines. 102:1
Main St. Phono 323.
Why Men of All Ages
THIS is n "youiitf mini's" store
because none of our custom
pi's will admit thai they jue what
we might term "elderly." Hut the
fact remains that many men or
middle ajre 'now dress for real
companionship with youth in
Until young and old are steady
buyers of these clothes because of
their appearance, excellent wool
fabrics ami tailoring that insures
perfect fit. The ever present
double in-built values guarantee
a degree of suit and overcoat sat
isfaction that makes their prices
of secondary importunce.
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K. K. K. STORE
FOI'ND Check for ."2 5o Owner ' FOR SAI.K OR TRADF-Klerlrle
ma) hae snipe by proving owner ptuno soluble for llirsire or damn
ship uinl paying for this n1 (lenrge lull O C ltc S03 Walnut St KU111
llodeiihumer, t'ulliiury Alllunro hull ulli Fall i:-V
Ansone wishing a fresh milk gnat
Inquire 1731 Huron 7
rt! J-'Ht MI.K
riiree IMlrliailH. two fresh. Olio III, w-r 'I i:io,.rl mi tirtnri fnp inur rn.li.
freshes soon One llol.teln, iiillklug WANTED Halismau with ar. Musi Ions ut Ihe Oregou llurtieM (ompany,
All four ut 11 bargain for rash l... 111 In k to earn tiuiiuii per '7th A Klamath tits fi
Also 12 head wull-hred llolstelii week by hard work Cull on dealers -
rows, some fresh, others In freshen , aiiIi lowest prlied guarsntee.i tires .FOR RKJv'T Thrco room house, t lose
Terms to right pirty J. N llramhull, The C I. Smith Company, South I In, partly furnUlinl. Inquire 1143
I'hono'lUJ. f, I Hoiitl. Indiana 'I' Pine Phone SChll. 6.
MOORE Ilorn, to .Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Mooro March 1, a girl,
named Iclen Carol,
HOARDERS WANTKD Home cook
ing Rate reasonable. 022 Klam
ath Ave. C-ll
WHKItK IIVKItYIlODY GOES-
HOMK OF TIIK IIODKI.VHO.V 1 KATURKH
Moat Powerful Story
'The Mysterious Rider'
Also AL. JENNINGS
the Reformed Bandit
and a Splendid Comedy
STICK! STICK! STICK!
Admission, 10c and 20c
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On Oitobnr, I'l,
I'rihrxiit uistle a, roiuparisuii
test at Aeolian Hail. Ntw
York City, .lolui C. Fnruud,
wrhu is editor of Mutkal
Anurica and President of Ut
Musical AHianco of Amtricsv,
role Mr. Kdisont "I wm
astounded to find that I i-ould
not tell when 1'rihoda was
playing or when your phono
graph was playiug."
"My the NEW EDISON
brings the greatest violinists
COxME IN. Listen to ffreat violin
ists on the New Edison. Then
listen to the best talking-machine
You'll learn why great violin per
formances are heard only in those
homes which we've equipped with New
This is not a slur on violinists who
record for other phonographs or talking
machines. It is simply a vivid way' of stating
the difference between the New Edison
and the ordinary phonograph, or talk-ing-machinei
We freely admit that some ' talking
. machine" violinists are rendering great
performances on the concert stage.
But. you do not hear these same jer-
formances on the talking-machines.
This is proved by the fact that no or
dinary phonograph sustains the test of
direct comparison with living artists.
The New Edison, however, does
sustain this test. That is why it gives
you everything the living artist gives.
Our $ . . . Plan
If you want your home to bo one of thoce
which enjoy the finest vocal and instrumental
!erformaices, let us tell you of our , . . .
plan, by which we have put New Edisons into
the best homes in these part. Your initial
Kyment is what you wish to make it, the
lance is cared for by gentlemen 's agreement.
Klamath Falls Music House
GEO. A. WIRTZ
122 South Sixth Street