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About The semi-weekly herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1914-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1914)
MONDAY, AUGUST 81, 1914
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
Conference Is Called
known . NEARLY THIRD OF THE STATE’S OLD TIME PROSPECTOR FOUND
RESIDENTS OF FORT KLAMATH
INHABITANTS ARE ENGAGED IN
Benefits From War
DEAD IN BED SUNDAY MORN-
SOME PHASE OF AGRICULTUR-
( Herald Special Service)
PASSES AWAY—REMAINS WILL
the Northwest states of Oregon.
SAN DIEGO, Aug. 31.—In the tlie slightest, inasmuch as instead of
PORTLAND, Aug. 31.—Realis Was! mgtou, Idaho and Montana in
of rullruud and steumshli> 1 being governmental, all exhibits are
ing the importance of the most in e';iending their markets, especially
men ami Eastern tourist agencies industrial, and the goods for display
tensive conservation of values of the ot thus ' actually engaged in the man-!
I the European war, In addition to aid are already in the hands of the Amer
great crops of fruits and veeslables ufacture
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(Herald 8|>ecial Service)
Edmund James Tracey, an old- lug the United States tremendously, ican agents.
now being produced in the Pacific goods, < ider, vinegar and fruit juices,
The remain* of Miss Bessie Engle.
will be ut great aid to tlie San Diego | Since the opening of the war In
time prospector, was found dead In
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Aug. 31.
Northwest, and feeling the need of a conference is hereby called to bo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
exposition. Telegraphic advicea are stallation of one of these exhibits has
the establishment of methods for'held at Portland, Ore., Thursday, Enfle, will arrive tomorrow evening There are 806,164 persons in Oregon his bed in one of the Motscben- that the war will prevent the usual started, and five important exhibits
that work for a living, and 88,114 of bacher tent houses Sunday morning.
changing perishable products into ¡September 10, 1914, at 9 o’clock
European tours and that Americans I of leading American manufacturers
manufactured goods which can be I a tn., at tha Commercial Club, for an from Prescott, Aria., where the girl them are employed upou the farm,
' Ou the preceding night he had com- who generally go abroad will come to have been announced.
placed on the market at any eouveu-¡exchange of views and suggestions ot ( died Friday, after several weeks of according to a report which has just
the const Instead, for both exposi
Tho Indoor space is now entirely
‘ plained of gas distressing him.
lent time, a committee representing those present as to the best solution sickness. The funeral will be held been Issued by tbe United States cen
exhausted, and such other companies
Tracey was 62 years of age. and a
the four states of Oregon, Washing-¡of the problems confronting the by-, Wednesday morning, but the other
"Your business from tho Eust will ns participate must either follow tlie
native of Canada. He has made in
ton, Idaho and Montana was appoint- product* industries of the North-' arrangements are delayed i until the in agricultural pursuits, the bulk of
be doubled,” said one large company. | program of placing exhibits out of
ed last fall to give careful considers- west.”
arrival of the parents of the girl laborers. The farm operators num Oregon, Nevada and British Colum Foreign attendance will be decreased, doors or build their own structures
tlon to this important subject.
All the railroads have granted a this evening.
With tho expositions us the main
but the loss there will bo negligible
ber 38,581, and 37,292 are men and bia. and located several good claims,
In order to enlist the aid of all reduced rate for this meeting from
compared with the groat Increase In <oast attractions travel throughout
Miss Engle was 13 years old, and 1,289 are women. There are 27,136 which he sold for substantial sums.
classes interested in the production points in tho four states mimed,
tho West, Including Canada and pos
a student of Fort Klamath schools. farm laborers in the state, and 26,269
This money never stayed long with
or disposition of fruits and veget
io secure the advantage of this in addition to her parents, she leaves '
Further, the foreign participation sibly Mexico, will be greatly In
ables in this section, the by-products rate, buy a one-way t icket to Port- two brothers, Ora and Harry, and five
There are 1,403 dairy farmers in become affected with the wanderlust, nt San Diego will not be Injured in creased.
committee has sent out the follow land, and at the same time secure a 3i8t rs. Mrs. Stella Lippert, Mrs. T. J.
the state, and they employ 589 labor and set out anew to seek other
ticket from the agent.
Ja< kaon. Mrs. Addie Hoyt. Mrs Gray ers and eleven foremen. There are
¡cliargo to needy settlers and home
claims. Just before his death he j CUT OF U. 8. TIMBER
"Realizing the fact that the sltua-
This will entitle the holder to a re and Mrs. Alile Castel.
steaders than wns sold. Approxi
also 2,24 4 persons in the state whose was planning another prospecting i
tlon demands the most careful turn ticket on payment of one-third
mately 74 per cent of the material
thought and consideration of all in fan after attending the meeting.
Home From Mines.
I PORTLAND, Aug. 31.—The dis given nwuy consisted of dead timber.
terested In the future of the fresh
Tickets will be on sale September
trict forester at Portland reports that In this manner not only were tnu
L. G. Van Bellen, manager of the1 boys and sheep herders in this state
fruit and by-products industries In 7-1'», return tickets September 10-12.
: there has been an increase of mure needs of the local inhabitants sup
Regal Shoe Store, returned Sunday f is 3,020.
than 64,000,000 board feet of timber plied, but the fire danger was re
fi cm Highgrade, where he and L. A.
In the entire United States there 1
cut in sales ou the national forests in duced ou account of the removal of
¡This means that in addition to the Reynolds have mining propeprty. Van I are 71,580,270 persons over 10 years j
¡Washington, Oregon and Alaska dur tills intlammable material.
darkness, the papers are not being says Highgrade looks more substan of age, and 38,167,336, or 53 per cent I
The largest amount of timber cut
ing the fiscal year ended June 30,
.printed—with the European war go-' tial than ever now, and that a twenty of this number, are engaged In gain- :
11914, over tho previous tlBcal year.
on any one national forest was 42,-
stamp mill is to.be brought in this ful occupations. Of the gainfully oc- J
I OrninilQ LIY
Besides this, the reservoir's supply' fall to work on the ore from the Big cupied. 12,659,203, or 33 per cent,
The total amount cut in timber ¡055,000 board feet on the Tongass
II ¿[1(11111 A |*l A 'of water was sadly depleted in tigbt- Four. The Modoc property is also are engaged in agriculture. There are
¡sales during the fiscal year was 176,- uatlotiul forest in Alaska. The larg
" ing the Ere. The water Is pumped being worked extensively, with good 5,865,000 farm operators in the na- NO REASON IS GIVEN AS YET BY '351,000 board feet, and tho average est amount sold on uny one forest
price received for this timber was during tin* last fiscal year was 128,-
there by electricity, so until the dam- results.
tlon, and they employ 5,975,000 la-
THE WITHDRAWAL OF CALI 41.78 per thousand board feet. In ¡883,000 board, uu the Olympic na
i «ff? Is repaired, water must be used
FIRE WHICH DESTROYED THE,
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sparingly, and there is constant dan- Home From Trip.
FROM addition, 14,624,000 board feet of tional forest in Washington.
timber wus given away free of charge
Tho total receipts for timber on
Earle McCoy and Stanley Smith re “THE JUNGLE”
SUB-STATION FRIDAY LEAVES ser
more fire breaking out, and no
to settlers living in and near the na the national forests in Oregon, Wash
i turned today from a two week’s out
i water to fight IL
NEXT SUNDAY I
THE TOWN WITHOUT LIGHTS,
ington uud Alaska during the last
The Lhermometer has also gone up ing trip to Crater Lake and other
During the same period a total of fiscal year was $305,285.59.
“The Jungle,” the film production '
WATER, ICE OR NEWSPAPERS there, and Saturday it registered 102. points on the west side of the Upper
271,455,000 board feet of timber wus
Twenty-live per cent of this and of
I The stopping of the electricity also Kiamath Lake. They report a very ot Upton Sinclair's powerful story ol j United Press Service
stopped the ice plant, and to make pleasant trip.
capital and labor. Is to be shown at j RENO, Aug. 31.—The Nevada ex- sold in 1,011 timber sales, but over all other receipts from the same for
the Star theater on next Sunday | position board, appointed by the gov- 93 per cent of these sales involved ests is given to the counties In which
Redding people looked for dire re things more uncomfortable, the
According to reports to the various afternoon and evening. It will also ernor to arrange for Nevada’s exhibit 8100 worth of timber or less, and i they are situated, to be used for
smoke from forest fires bang like a
sults when the sub-station there
at the Panama-Paclflc International were made to those who are depend schools and roads, and an additional
pall over the town, smarting the eyes i railroads with headquarters at Chi- be shown at Merrill.
burned Friday, but the results to date land choking the lungs.
This is in five reels, and is one of i Exposition, today announced that it1 ent upon the national forests for 10 per cent Is expended by the sec
| cago, passenger traffic to Pacific coast
are much more serious than at first,
points Is very heavy, most of the pas the biggest dramas ever filmed. To has abandoned the idea of having a their supply of timber for fuel and retary of agriculture for the Improve
ether domestic uses.
ment of roads and trails, primarily
The frigate bird holds the record sengers traveling first class.
bring it here 250 Klamath Falls peo- Nevada exhibit.
for tho benefit of the settlers and
In the first place, the city is with- !
Herald want ads bring resulta
out lights or power, owing to the fire. ' of 200 miles an hour.
be sent in.
I made known yet.
| more timber was given away free of' homesteaders within the forests.
REDDING IS IN
NEVADA WILL NOT
Ever Made to a Klamath
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and the most important of all is
the fact that it was
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And in No Instance Has the Price
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