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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, MARCH IB, 1IHN
The Of f ice Cat
Thorn whs onru ti follow nnnieil I'lsli-
VJiu fished at III 11 oiIku of Hssim',
A fish with n grin
I'ullml poor Kisher In,
And they'rn fIsliliiK tlm flssuni for
J11I111 Kndrr says If wn'd wrlr.li
our words, wu'd nnnir th scales
A ilt loo In lii.Niire
Duffs "re nil right, lull lot your mm
lilt lin lii llfi' tii for oiMiit-t tiltiK IiIkIht
tliiui tu lirrumn 11 "nii'iiuri "
II lakes ten mri' mill liss food III
l,i'fi u baby than 11 lap dog, unit mi
Jin vo often wonderi'd at tint lirnrt nf
11 childless woman wlm would prefer
to spend tier affection en u dog when
llirrn nm counties buuilful baby nr
plum who would fill her m It Ii tin'
in or t wonderful love In t tit world It
would seem Hint 11 11 liilrlllr.iint worn
.mi rniilil lii mi(itlnr woman lull))',
If i-lii- roil M love anv dor's pup
I low miirli mom luleri'ullUK It
our.ht to li for 11 worn 11 11 of leisure
lu undertake to rear h liny h 11 in nn
belli, which ronlil fnpntiil In rviry
I'ffnrt nt Irulnliu; und rnntil lm innilr
Into a glorious uml wonditrful mature
person, tlmn to iiliilirliikn to rear 11
iIdr Hint would iiirr lm nnytliliiK
lint J it nt a dog"
If llttlii orphans were to tuku lh
l.ifi' of Inp dog, thorn would not be
nn orplinti.iKK In tin' world not one
"Whither ure wo ilrlftliiR?'' the
woiilit'lm niiitemnun ilrnmmln to
know. VM'II, we'll bre.ik It to him.
Down to nome lawyer' of lire to xi't
thin cUMeil Income tax made mil.
.leek Demimev U nRiiln tnlklnp. of
cnltiK tu J'uroi"'. If the cnly thins
Hint ntnndi In till wny In itie fare,
we'll licnil n nulmcrll'tloii lint for n
one way ticket.
.Two Mire nlxil of nm- Urownlnr
nt 'i p. lit unit wide w.iki'fulnenii at
In tho human rnrn
Kor wenlth nod pl.irn
lie hi-Ih tho pnro
Who trnlnn bin fare
HMII.i: "Hoi iliirn )e."
, Trulhfiil Mnn
".V11," unlit the old muu nlrrnly, ' I
will not do It Never huvn I ntdd uny
IhliiK by fnlne reprenentntloii, nnd I
will not In-Kin now "
' Kor 11 moment he wan nllent, nnd
the ilcrk who nlood before him could
nee tliut tho heller nature of hU em
ployer wan flRhtltiK ntronub' for thn
"No", nald (he old man hruIii "I
will not do II. It In on Inferior xrado
crado of nhoe. nnd I will inner puni
It 011 un miythltiR lu-tler Murk It "A
.Shoe Kit for a Oueeii," mid put It In
Ihu window. A queen doi-n not Inite to
do much wnlkliiR "
U'hnt'f breomo of the fiction hor
olmi who used to I en r off 11 Mrlp from
Iter nklrt unit hind up her lover's
wounds? If her lover Rot rut now he
would bleed to ileal h.
Where did people ent pumiula he
font tho movies started?
How About "Hoi IKk."
While so much iiti'untlou la heliiK
puld (tin breedlne of Uors, Chief of
I'ollrn Wilson sn)'H It looks like Home
body would try- for a barMcns 0110.
Hnrln Rum Is rourliliiR IiIh rnvonun
offlrnrs espnclully hard on "lllork
Inn that Kick."
John Kurehnor of llorwlck, l'n
broko IiIh U'R tho other nlRlit, but
wah buck lo work In I he rolllnp mill
tho next mornlnR, Ho koopH an extm
onu huudy to strnp 011 In raso of
At Your Service
Conaultutlon and Examination Free
' . K. K. K. Store
t Fool Specialists '
In Ye Olde
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cacHMfjw.1. rJiJUSaoiu ,vr. p-aSta MtutN r'Crtv '
vioiwitimsni W,tlT'. run M wnZiZttSfK
XTM AH.&tS Mlrt mvrKTrt) A UrWT.HAIC5t '
-. S ZL.ZtZZ to I7mtirtl'jewA.1t.UlH WITH
CMIIIIITKt.V Oh' lltlKII
ART OV IN I'AIIIH
I'AIMH, Munli 15 Two hliu-
ilri-il wiirkri urn Ih-Iiik nliown In tint
(Imt iiililliltlon of IrMi nn I'vrr
li"M In I'arlH Tim itlilliitlon In
rliiilin imlnlliiK, 11 llttln nrnlitiirc.
lilurk uml whlln work, linnktilnilliiK,
tii'i'illiiHork 11111I leuilii-r
Hlr Jolin l,iviry I nrronli'il
tlin liimnrn for tlm rxliltiltlnii, lili
pnlnllnRK of Irlnli pollt lr.it linilitrn
iuvitIiik ft l.irn purl of tho exhibi
eiinrlen fllinnnon. ntinlluT well-
known Irlnli p.ilnd'r ulo htm til-'
Irarlnl cnniililrrnlili' nitrntlon wltlil
bin portrnlt of .Minn l.llnh Murnr-I
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WWWWI m m
I.UHT -lletwenn poor fnrm unit
Klamath Pal In, one (iondyear tlrn
nm! rim K'ho dollarn reward If re
ttimeil J II .Short, I'hunu K.KIH
W'ANTKD -to rent :t to 6 room film
Inhed or partlntly fiirnlnhi-d houne,
with prlvlli-Ke In buy lu few months
011 Irrinn rhouii 2X(.M inomlnKn,
phone ll'i! nfteruoonn M-lf
AI'I'I.:H to prrvent flu; elder to
cure It, olmi dried frullu, feedn, flour
Itenniiuahle 127 ,N tth fit reel I'hone
Ktrayed or ntolen from the poor
farm l.ut I'rlilny ulRht, two brown
work innren, ro.irhi-il inane, welRht
utiout 1200 pounds Anyone heelnR
them plennn notify J. II Khurt or
Phone l.'.KM l.T-i:.
To whom It may concern
On mid ufler thli) date Mm I M.
Tette In not iiuthorlted to collect any
bill lue A. II, Hutu or Kliim.ith
Kulln NewH BRenry 13-1G
If you want to toll It, buy It, trade
It. or find It, trr n Herald cUulfled
If you let us watch your watch when it needs
watching, you won't have to watch some other
watch tp see how nearly right your watch is.
GEO. L. METZ
622 Main St.
x is) v
K Is J
WARNING I Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
over 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" packtiRo which contains proper directions.
Handy "llayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also but Ilea of 1M, mid 100 Druggists.
Ailrlu l lit )! r.iatk ir llayer Manufacturo or MmiwiMtlcaclOi'in-r ft dllc,Tlcii;ia
The yoiuiR IrUh nrtlU urn wall
rcprusi'iiti'il, unit ulriro many bnvn
llieil In Kronen, thn Kri-nch Influ
I'tico In 'i 11 It uppari'nt AmmiK tlin
yomuicr oncn illpla)lnn in J.
ViMtn. V. Conor, .Mm. (I. Henry.
Tlm exhibition ultractiil cnnnliler
able attention In thn French art
I'OIITI.AND, Miirrh 1.'. - Live
utoik Meuilyj eHKM lc IiIrIilt, bliylllK
prlre IN to 21 centn: butter firm.
wheiit ii :o to 11 ::.
Pendleton union pnlnlern hnre rf.
-- !--- -w-11-nj-in-nj-uu ujf
'roil It KNT Modem completely
nirninnvii npi, .iH .Muln. t n-1 6
KOIt HAI.K Newtown apples. II 35
box. Any O, In the neconil rono
In Klamath county. O. A MnnnlnB.
Talent, OreRon '.1.16
Onn bay RehllnR with ntur In fore
head. Iiraiidnl V on luft ahoulder.
BRa about 0, welcht about 1150
poumln Owner pa)- fend bill and cot
of publication Tho nnlmul U nt my
'ninrh U mllo woj-t of Dairy. Martin
jStoelulor. (. 5
KOIt KAM-Nn. 1. clean worklnf
nmn'n hole) doing fine builnei,
I3.U0O raih required. If. Ifehmunn.
Hwedlnh Relict certified need oatt.
Ion lota 2H cts; Irnn quantity 3 cu.
J. A. llushons, Klamath Falls, Ore
Ron. M-3-Apr. 1
Whlto l.tRhom baby chlckf , III 00
per 100. Tancrcd strain Heavy layer
circular Henry Tnrratt, ('ornlnr. Cnl.
STKAM IIKATKD rooms 13.50 per
week. Largo, well llihtcd lobby,
shower bath. "Nv winter rates.
Contra! Hotel, J. T. Ward. Mr. Sir.
PRICE READJUSTMENT HELD SIGNIFICANT
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OF PAST MONTHS
lly HoImti I!. Minllh. I'renlilml, liim-
M'rmen'n Tnml Compnnk Hunk,
The most significant hiislncss de
velopinont In the pni two months Is
tho tondoncy for prbes of different
roinmodlllos to readjust theinsfilves
to pre-war nr normal rolntlons lo
nnrh other, llaw products, particular
ly farm products, are IncrcaslnR In
prlco whllo manufactured products
scorn to lm following.
Hlvery month tho Now York Keder
nl Hescrvn bank compiles a prlrn In
dex nr nil commodities showing the
relntlon of present prices to prewar
prices, This Index him revealed onn
tromendouM dlfforcnres, some torn
inodillfif belnR below prewar level?
while others nre 200 per cent nbovo
In a Rcnernl way, farm products hnvo
avernRcil about 110 per cent oer
prewar leveb while manufactured
prnductn have uvernRcd about 10.
per cent. The nvernRo of all prices
has been nbotit 138 per cent. The
KM-Hl discrepancy between tho prlre
of fnrm products uml manufactured
products bus been one of tho major
cannon for driving the farmer out of
tho market In thn past two months
prices of fnrm products have Increas
ed while prices or manufactured pro
ducts have fallen, hut the average
prlru of all commodities, raw and
manufactured, has remained nbotit
tin, same. If this readjustment con
tinues. It will have a marked effect
In slImulatlnR business.
The prediction mnde by the I'ro
fesinr of Kconomlc of Mlchlican t'nl
terslty that the total alue of all
manufactured products of thn nation
must be ubout thn same sji the total
ului- of all farm products seems to
be working nut, and I think we will
find that there will not be any lame
demand for manufactured products
until thn prices are In closer harmony
Kith llio price levels of agricultural
product. 1 conclude, therefore, that
If thn prices of manufactured pro
ducts continue to fall and tho prices
of farm products continue to Increase,
the business of the nation will lm
proo, und. If the relations of farm
and manufactured products are on
practically n prewar basis by the time
J that tho fall crops ure harvested and
thn farmer Is In funds wc should have
quite a revival of business.
The principal reason for the high
price levels of manufactured products
Is labor costs and these cota must
continue, to decline before business
can ro nhead at a normal rate. Dur
ing 1919 common labor wai receiving
n compensation of a bushel of wheat
a day, whereas It Is now receiving
threo bushels of wheat. This situa
tion Is fundamentally unsound and
Is one of tho greatest reasons for the
present commercial stagnaon.
There are, of course, many other
factors entering ,lnto tho situation,
such as high federal and local taxa
tion, nnd tho condition of forelxn
exchange and International trade.
These and other Influences havo Im
portant bearing on future business
conditions, but tho relation of the
prices of raw and manufactured pro
ducts s undoubtedly tho major fac
tor In tho situation.
Federal llCncrrc Itank anil Farmer
Many unwarranted statements
have been made In support of the de
mand that a "dirt" farmer bo placed
on the Federal Reserve board. Some
ot these Blatements doubtless are due
to tack of Information and others are.
not In accord with facta which ure
easily obtained. Kor example, the
chart.'" la made and widely circulated
that (ho Federal Kcscrva banka hae
discriminated against the agricultural
districts In granting credit. That the
federal ren-rvo bunks have co-operated
In extending assistance to farmers
with unstinted liberality Is proved by
tho fact that, contrary to the state
ment that credit to tho farmers wa
withdrawn In tho fall of '1920, the
Itesorvo banks in industrial centers
were loaning 2no million doltara to
reserve banka In agricultural dis
tricts In November ot that year when
loans were nt the maximum. From
thn beginning of Mny 1920, to the
. . $32 -Main Street , 1
CHINESE 'DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
Located on Siding
Inquire of J. T. Ward. Central Hotel
Inxt wook In April 1921, thn lonns of
the federal reserve system to member
banks In non-agricultural districts
decreased morn than 28 per cent, nnd
lonns In seml-ngrlculturAl dUtrlcts
remained prnctlrnlly stationary; loans
to member banks In agricultural sec
tions, on tho other hand, Increased by
moro than halt In thn same period.
Thn federal reserve, board dons not
loan money In fnct, has none to
loan, nnd Is not engaged In banking
Tho board Is tho supervising body of
tho reserve banks, whose govornlnft
bodies determine the nmount and
character of paper discounted for
member banks within the limits pre
scribed by law. Critics of thn federal
reserve hoard and tho reserve hanks
need only to consult the federal stat
utes to learn how strictly limited are
the classes of paper In which the
funds of these banks may bo Invested.
TAnjrr1aUon Our Principal Prob
lem Authorities on commerce and bust
ncss agree that the question of tran
sportation remains the principal one
affecting business In the United
HtatM, fiecretnry of Commerce Hoov
er recently said to th Interstate com
merce commission that the experi
ence of tho twenty years beforo the
war showed that we must build rail
road extensions. Including terminals,
sidings and other facilities, every
year equal to tho construction of a
now line from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific He declared that one billion
dollars expended on American rail
roads would give employment to peo
ple, advance to Industry and assist
ance to farmers that would have a
marked effect on business conditions.
The railroads have cast up thntr
figures for the calendar year 1921
and will show a net operating Income
of i t-lo per cent on a basis of IIS,
'1OO 000,000 valuations. Heturns from
13C questioned disclose net earning
for December of 142,392,000, as com
pared with a deficit In the corre
sponding month of the year before of
Another Ford Yarn
Wall street heard thin week that
Henry Ford has decided to acquire
two other motor companies, one of
which would be the Plercc-Arrow. If
there Is any foundation to the latest
Ford yarn, a Plerce-Arrow director,
who should know, professed Ignorance
of It. At any rate, thn story served
as n basts for a buying movement In
both clashes of stock, which carried
the common up to 1CS and the pre
ferred to 33, Final quotations, how
ever .were under tbo-o figures. Trad
ers do not mtnlmlie the Importance
of any rumor which may be connected'
with Ford, whether It be true or not.
It Is recalled that Gulf States Steel
recently roso IS points before the
denial that Ford was seeking control
Mexican Petroleum Gusliera
If current production of Mexican
petroleum wells Is any criterion,
there Is no Immediate prospect ot
Mexico nearlng exhaustion as a pro
ducer, in the opinion of K, l. Dohcny,
president of the Mexican I'etroloum
company, who Is authority for tho
statement that five new guthera were
brought In last week, one of which
may turn out to be the largest
well In the world. This well had an
Initial flow- at the rato of 361,000
barrels a day, with n pressure of 10C5
pounds to tbo square Inch, tho high
est pressure ever recorded, It la said.
It Is located In the so-callud Terra
Ulanca Fiold, about 2 miles south
ot the Orro Ami pool, where the
company has brought in some famous
gusher.-! Other wells struck In the
Ccrro Dlejo field had an Initial flow
ranging from 30,000 barrels to GO,
000 barrels. The Mexican Petroleum
company, according to Doheny, is
now producing twice as much pit
as any other company.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX THK COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
IN TUB MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF KPliniAM II, ,TRYON. De-
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
and Paved Street.
Administrator With Tho Will Annex
ed of tho Kstntn ot KHIItlAM It.
TltVON', Decensed, by tho County
Court of tho Htoto of Oregon for
Klamnth County, and nil persons
having claims against said estnto aro
hereby notified to present same to
tlin undersigned at thn First National
Hank, nth and Main Streets, Klam
ath Falls, OrcRon within six months
from t!io data hereof.
Dated this 1st day ot March, 1922.
IDA II. MOMVKIt,
Administrator with tho Will Annexed
ot tbo Kstato of Kphrla'rn II. Tryon,
fiold Hill Cement company gels
10,000 barrel order from power com
SINGER SEWING MA
208 Main St
All makes of. sewing
machines. Small pay
ment down. . Easy terms.
Hemstitching, Klite Droismak
tng. neadlng of all kind. Art
Needlework. Klbbon Novelties.
Hand Embroidered Garmeaf for
be "wee one."
We do repair work and
rent any make machine.
"Give U a Call"
ZELLA S. JONES
NEW CITY LAUNDRY!
"Pal Tew Da to Oar aaa
Coracr Mala aad Caagtr
Keatovca ta Ca
Pressure on one or aora
ntrvea at the point a Indicated la
the reaaea you doa't, gal. wall.
Ctiifatw actio -Adjaitaaeato
restore this pressure.
. Drs. Mallett fc Mallatt
Uaaerwood . BMf.
7th ;attd Mala Ffaone SM-J
Klamath Falls Pkimhiag
efc Heating Co.
117tHMAINoVr. PHONE. V4S-W
Hoaest Leather. Hoaest Work
119 S. Sixth
Work left at Falrvlew Grocery or
1004 Mala St., will bo called
WARM DHESSINa ROOMS,
TOWEL AND SHOWER
35c, Childrea 25c
DR. F. R. GODDARD
OMke aad Rssldeaee Fhoaes BS
I. O. O. F. THMPLH '
L - fgisBPlkSiiik.IHH
V . . .
c o. o.
Vv load good block $8.00
Single load " " $5.00
Double load " " $7.00
Pine slabs, 16-inch,
Double load $5.00
WOOD AND HAY
aaa mi bu phono' ?a
Wo aro now nt 023 Main, with
United ClKnr Storo
Wortley's Taxi Service
SOFT DRINKH. ICK CHKAM
PRICE, HILTON OARRRTT
COE'S AUTO SERVICE
Oa and after March 1st veo will
be located at
Waldorf Billiard Parlor
DR. J. a GOBLE
7t Mala St. Phoae 183-W
Wa fit aad grind glasses, Dupll
cat broken ltnats, repair frames.
KLAMATH POST No. S,
Amorlcan Legion meets
In the basoment of tho
new courthouse on Main
Street on the first and
third Tuesdays ot each month.
Ex-service men are Invited to at
tend the meetings.
Dr Fred Westerfeld. Cemmandor.
H. B. Oeta. Post Adjutant and Ito
llef and Employment committee.
Dr. Gerald F. Warren
Persaaaeatly located at DorrU, CaL
CHOWN AND BRIDGB WORK
Prices Reaaoaahle. Work
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We are here to servo yon and
aim to serve you right. Motor
cycles and Bicycles, Parts and
Accessories, Tires and Tubes that
will stsnd your Inspection, as we
carry the Vest In our line. Re
pair shop in connection with
IMS. Mala St. ' Klamath Falls
' O. E. BISMARK
LeoaUa Didg. Klamath Falls
J. C. CLEGHORN
1S8 0, Riverside
. DR. H. J. WINTERS
Gredaate aad State Registered
Nineteen years here In business
We grind and fit Glasses
Duplicate broken Glasses
' Prompt Service
Beet Equipped Optical Store la
714 Maia Street
DR C A. RAMBO
I, O. O. P. Balldlag
Let ns make yoa a price on
digging that basement r other
excavating you contemplate. We
also do team work, of every de