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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KCAMATIT FALLS. OREGON
twromAv, iKn:.M up.it an, loua
1 1 w i
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menu total 6,000.000 foot.
81. Helens weekly lumber Mill
' ,llocdort to havo now llghtfns
Ilosolitirjr ships nr.n cnrlnnd brrtc
call to DRtorn markcln.
DcsrlitttCA county Inmlior output
207,000,000 fret In 1022, compared
rlth 107,000,000 feel I? 1021.
si-T rrr ' r-
f!l. Helms loads Jnpancro Bteamui'
with 2,000,000 feet of lumber.
Mother of 16 Freed by Judge
City cannery In bo on-
Southern Pacific, company to n Id
$r.0,000 lii buildings ut llrooklyn
(lly V. S. Forest Hrnleo)
WASHINGTON. 1). C, Dec. :
1'nlk county liudnet reduced nliout F.ory year make tlio forest prob-
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' Broadway ax Stark
YOU ARE ASSURED A PERSONAL
HOSPITALITY AND INDIVID
through the combined efforts of a staff
. who, after years of training, under-.
stand the needs of the traveling public!
Muiic, Dancing and the Best to., Eat
I Arthur H. Meyers Manager.
KLAMATH VALLEY HOSPITAL
Pine at Fourth Street
t Klamath Falls, Oregon '
HERE IS A "SUCCESSFUL" HOSPITAL
How can it be otherwise, with its excellent equip
ment, splendid location and reputation maintained
for good service? Patients of the hospital are
friends of the hospital, and guard its success.
"Word of mouth" advertisement goes a long
way. Patients are coming from Northern Califor
nia and the Northwest, and Klamath Falls is being
advertised as a growing city with a good hospital
and safe living conditions.
Tell your friends and relatives, and thereby
share your hospital's successes.
Kof I rAAA
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HI H VI fl I H
i -"- -Madcin -Klamath County of Klamath
milk by Klamath people. ,
Maiin Cheese & Produce Co.
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS
lew of tho'Wnltrd Slates moot clear.
ray Colonel William It. tlreeley, In
tho iinnunt report of tlio forest ser
Vice, Pulled States tlepnrtmont or
agriculture, Issued today.
Thrt proMem', continues Colonel
ij ilreoley'd statement, lias two. main
features. Tlio Urst feature Is tho
lt.i ...! tl.tilin. lft,illl.t.
which Is duo primarily to heavier
transportation rh.-irr.ra from moro
ana ntoro distant sources of supply
Tlio cut or lumber Is decreasing In
nil tho Kastern states; In practic
ally oery state wot of tho great
plains It Is Increasing. Tli0 larKo
sawmills of tho country nro In full
migration westward to tho last
great virgin tlmlicr supply of tbo
1'aclfle coast. During the past 30
jears tho pineries of the South hae
been tho mainstay of tho densely
populated Central nud Kastern
states tor the soft wood lumber
used In building. In general c&n
structlon .and In many manufac
turers. Their cut Is dwindling. F.v
cry year scores of sawmills nro ills
monttcil. The rapid Increase In lumber
shipments through the Panama ca
nal foreshadows the time ,tn tho
near future, when tho principal
source of soft wood lumber for tho
entire nation will havo shifted to
tho west coast and tlio avcrago
freight cost paid by tho homo build
er or manufacturer will have ad
vanced to u now and higher level.
When the coniferous virgin tim
ber of tho far west Is exhausted In
Its turn, If tho principal source of
supply shifts to Siberia or South
America tho transportation condi
tions which control tho present lum
ber market will become different
only In degree. Further, as tbc
sources of supply becomo moro re
stricted and moro distant from tho
principal centers of consumption,
opportunities tor competition nro
lessened; and temporary shortage
duo to had ssasons, labor troubles
or congestion of transportation fa
cilities are moro probablo and moro
Thus tho conditions of tho trado
becomo moro favorablo to monopo
listic control .to violent market
fluctuations, and to high prices.
And wo arn dealing with n basic
raw material, as widely used and as
necessary to national cxlstenco as
I The second fcaluro of our forest
problem Is the unproductive condi
tion of Immense areas of land which
aro not adapted to agriculture.
The amount of unproductive land
, left in th0 wako of sawmills or
abandoned by tho farmer has as
sumed enormous proportions. Our
merchantable timber Is being cut
at tho rate of 4,000,000 or 5,000,
000 acres annually, and enormous
areas of logged-oft land havo ac
cumulated which aro not fit for
cultivation, but-on which llttlo or
no new timber Is being grown. The
extent to which theso millions of
acres of Idlo land havo been swelled
by tho ebbing tldo of cultivation In
many stated Is not generally real
ized. In 18 of the Kastern and Kast
Central states tho Improved farm
land shrank at th0 rato of 800,000
acres a year.
There ran bo no question as to
tho steady shrinkage In tbo culti
vated aroa of a consldernblo num
ber of tlio oldest und most popu
lues states ncd tho cowequent
lapse of largo areas of land Into
partial or comploto Idleness. What
to do with unused and unproductive
lund Is ono of tlio most fundament
al economic and social problems of
tho United States.
Including burnod und cut over
areas and abandoned fields which
onco grow timber, ono-thlrd of tho
soil of tho Union Is forest land.
And threo-fourths of It lies In tho
Mississippi Valley and eastward to
tho Atlantic coast, In tho very
states having tho densest popula-
Mrs. Dora Margowsky of Xew York City, who Is 33 years old end
tho mother ct 18 children, was discharged when hailed Into court for
alleged violation cf tho education law. The mother proved her ability
to rear and educato her family. Hero eho Is shown teaching her youngott
child, Morris, to write.
Where plcnsnnt curroundiiiirn nud ootl food, well
cooked, nrc nlwnyn to be Itrul.
Fried Oyators and Fried Chicken
Choice Tender Meats
AH American and Chinese
Dishes cooked to order.
OPEN UNTIL 2 A. M.
TIN HING GUEY
619 Main Street Up Stairs
ShATTl.h, Dec 23 A program n work for a period of two or three
of active cooperation of Washing- 'ipur. oarh Instructor having from
ton, Oregon and Idaho stato college : '" 23 ,"aa ""lt,n- " '
.i.i. .. t.-i. . ",:,t ,no disabled eteran learalng
with the Inlted States veterans bur-1 lh . ,,., , ,. , , ,
I the liuslnesft of farming Is going
oau In furnishing disabled veterans to rreelv0 Instruction on tlio latisit
training In agrlculturo on their own. method of scientific und lntnilc
land projects with expert Instruction ) fannies without leading Ids pro
was nnnouncedttoday'iby 1.. C. Jes- Jsct."
seph. Seattle, district manager of! Announcement was made that
tho veterans bureau. Inntructlci . thoro nro mor than 200 project
units nro being formed whoro 15 tralnei In tho Pacific Northwest ills-
farm tralftness can bo found within a ' trlrt aa-1 .i total of npproxlmntelr
radius ot 20 miles. It was said.
Mr Jcsseph nnBuunred that thren
collego Instructors hao been iismIrn
oJ to Instruct eterans taking pro
Jcct training In the state of Wash
lagton. two In the stato ot Oregon
(.00 ttnlnliiK tit agrlculturo of some
In an effort to have nil compen
sation claims of lintpiiniitcd war
vetern,is In tho Paclfla N'orlliwest
adjudicated boforo Jna. 1, i ram
and Instructors wlll-lto. furnished ex-' pnlnn has lnm sturted by the I'ult
service farmers In Idaho as soon n
tho dornnud wnrrantH.
"This plan of having college) ex
pert tslt various land projeets
which aro being dcrclnpeil by dis
abled world war veterans was In
itiated recently lit this district utid
Is being coplol In other parts of the
United States," snld Mr. J'VMepli.
"Tho agricultural oxpert paid by thn
stato collego Wsltn tho Vetera- In
td State veterans' liursail In make
a surrey of nil son leu ma In lies
pltals and push llio claims of thnm
who re able in ronnect thofr dlia
lillitles with war snrvlco. Mr. Jes
soph iilun aiinnuncoil four federal
officials wero nslgniif to thn task
In this district.
Thero urn now 3SC ex-scrvlco pen
plo In hospital of this dlstrkt. he
siati'J. an Inrrc. u of about 10 'In
his particular district lit least onri j tho last In ilsjs.
By Our Country Editors
McColIum and family nt-
urday last at Uorrls, California.
Tho California Oregon Power
company has1 removed tho switch
from Ady to to Owens farm, near
Ucorgo Poolo of tho T. A. Oriibb
logglrlK camp Is 'homo for a fuw
H. V. Chapman' nnd It. II. Jones
attended to business matter In Dor
rl'i Saturday morning,
C. X. Cordon ot Kirk camo In to
spend tho holidays with relatives.
Miss Marian Kulloy, who has
been visiting In Worden. returned
on Saturday morning to her homo
In Grants Pass.
It. W. Kelson and Miss Union
Caldwell of tho Kcno district wero
Worden vlsllom Chrlstman morning
It. U. Putrli has leased tho farm
holdings of 11. K Warwick nt Wor
den, taking possession in tho early
Thn Worden Library club will
hold IU BQnil-monthly dnnen Jan
uary 7. Tlirso gatherings hnvo pro-
tlon and tho largest consumption of mot,jj a foramiinlty Interest, adding
timber products. Ovor 40 per cent t fffi we'lfaro.:
ot Now York and Pennsylvania is charllo Snowgooso;' on0 of Keno's
forest land'. 86venty-fivo per cent gcii old.tlmors.tsubstltiilod for 1),
of JIaIno and New Humpshlro Is . nolen on tho-sKono-Worden star
forosl lun'd. From 45 to 70 por rotitLtho Inst oflfhotwcck.
cent of tho nroa of each of tbo MrSi. ljl: McAHIitcr. nml rtnugh
South Atlantic nnd. Qulf states Is tor.gKrma, left jBatjirday mornlnif
forest land. f j0r foran'ts Pass,' whom thoy. will
Tbo uso of theso vast areas of sponuy tho school .vacation. ,? ' '
non-tlllablo land for growing sue ,vr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Chnpinnn of,
cossivo crops of tlmbor would kill Topsy, Calif. ,nro spending tho holl
two birds Willi ono stono. It would 'days with their father, H. V. Chap-
insuro ultimately a supply of for-, mnn. of Worden.
I tasty tree. Dlalogucx, doclumu-
lions nnd semes proved duo dill-
' L'unrn nn iinrt nt imrillii mid fH.iptn.r.
tended Siskiyou County Urango Sat-! San Nch()ll, waa roprewntod by
llsnry (lordoii, whoso pack ot good
things was first p'issod to thn kid
dlts. then to t!iti(grown-upx, nit rol
Ishlni; tils gcnoroidly. Chrlstiuna.
1 02. will lit) long romembered.
est products adequate for all na
tional requirements; and It would
go far toward maintaining a vlrlla
rural population and stnbln rural
communities In ho region of Infer
ior mil and limited agriculture
Tho Chrlalinns program of thn
Worden school was an enjoyable af
fair. Tim houso was comfortably
filled, nnd good eheor .reigned.
Much crodlt Is duo Miss McAllister
on (mining, docorntloiiD nud fur tho
'loorjio ICutIoer returned Mon-'
day from Klamath Palls whuro ho
wan tUltlng for n few week.
P. PotersUuer went to Klamath
Falls Thursduy tn purcliasu NiipplloH.
J. It. 1'IIIntt passed through hero
with his rattlu Thursday. Hit In
tends to feed them tho rest of tliu
winter on bin ranch on tho Merrill
August Krugor went tn Klamath
Falls Monday to purchase supplies
(leorgo nnil'' John Ilagolstlnn tmld
sonio c-iltlo to tho Klamuth Pack
ing enmpuny. Thny dellvored thorn '
Win. Dhrmaii and Paul Ilcrzny
went to Klnm.-itli Falls Wednesday
Mr, nnd Mm. H. A, Moslurs ro
turned Saturday from Chlloquln
wjiorq tboy worn vljltlng -with Mr,
nnil, Mrs, K J. Davison,' , . '
Portland $ 175,000 . olglit-story
specialty shop building tyjHOj frett
ed on utto It old J.lctAljlindlng
rto got 100,000 cqncrvuloror inu
tile. Iluiitlngton Illggoet comont de
posit In west bolug developed hero.
Ashland -8. P. Co. npondiiK f 3C,
000 on now tracks horo.
flrlivly belnir rolmllt,
Don't foil to rend the Hcrnld Classified Ads.
REMEMBER, THE DRUG STORE
IS READY TO SERVE
A. I). H, Milk Mugiiosla
Tiiulac . ..
Ilcof Iron und Wluo ...
$ i. nu
Doan'u Kidney Pills tido'
Hqtiaru Deal Cough Remedy .". OCa
llluil Halls 7Cn
A. D. H. Ilopiitla Halts 40o
fit. Jacob's Oil .
llor.oy & Tar
Hlo.inV MnliiMUit . ..
A. D, H. Cough Itomudy .
S'liilbls Oil -,.'.(
Dodson I.lver Tonft .
U'lillu Plnu Comp
I' f t
. J 1.00
783 Main St.
:at tin; kkiv or thi: auikHv:
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