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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
'I'M Itsliu, ,, N .(
I II III,
She's Champ Egg Layer of World
WHITE ROCK BIDDY MAKES CLAIM TO WORLD C HAMPIONSHIP WITH 151 FULL-SIZED EGGS IN
ONE MONTH POULTRYMAN MAKES AFFIDAVIT TO THIRTEEN EGGS IN TEN HOURS.
KY HENRY FARXAM
LA CROSSE. Wis., Juno 12 W'itli a record of lol oiru
in one month and 77 of those produced in a single week. ,t
three-year-old White Rook hen owned bv (Jus Rhode. .1
prosperous La Crosse valley fanner living one mile o.i.M. ( 1
West Salem, Wis., claims the ogjr-laying championship of
The first questioning of the records of the hon" la, 111,1,
performance during the month of May. when it was kipt
by Mrs. Rhodes, ceased when some of the skeptics on the
promises saw the hen lay It? eggs in a period of ten hour.
liiiilti)iii.in' Affid.txft r .
M oiff uf t'tltio-.
Other Egg Records
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litlno of MumIiiiiiI lii In I111;
:u 1 ocu- lii Uiia tints l 1 In- i
ninl uf a pel Mlunrr.t Ih'ii
mIiIiIi Im'IiiiissiiI in W. s. don1
lit of CnrlUlr. 1., nllli llit
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Oft III It I' ll.l.
Anil aftir J U Honson I.n Cro-f
poultrt faiicit-r who ut to tht
Rhodes farm ami cimpcil In tlio
ham with tlu chlrkvn for two day,
uppvarod In ttu office of Count
JuiIro John Urimllo to makt affl
dattt that hi a the hoti lu l.t of
th'.- IS ok In om slttiiiK of four
hours .without Mopping to oat.
ilrink or eten cackle, the. skeptics
are wi.llnK to accept a- u terlt tin KiKht there Mr
dally ckp l.iylnu rioord submitted hy to Ret fntmui
Mrs. Rhode-, since Mrs White Rock "Still I was nfr.ilil to tftl in1
set out to e-t.itdlsh a new world's. u-' nolKhbors for 1 know the wouli'
cord ' laugh and I could hardly tielie e it
THK KKCORU my-t'lf." said .Mr Khodes To lie
M.i it. four eiBTs; M.ij I. tlirw: j sure we were rlKht. I hopin to w.tttli
Ma) .1. feur: Maj II. fle: Ma T. the hen When 1 saw her la thro.
lv: 3la H, feur: Mil) !. tltrtx. ' ami four etc- at one .lttlnK I Knew
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White Itotk ties .in
Ma) 20. when she started In with
five Her record for the balance of
the month follows Ma 10. fle:
May 21. none. May 22. six: .May 23.
four. May 26. nine; May 27. nine;
May 2S. eleven: May 29. ten: Max
30. fourteen; May 31. feurteen:
June 1 one, June 2. sixteen. Juno
3. elexen: June 4. one
mx-elf so I told mx
l'oitltr.xiii.in Camp- Txn
D.I.X-. With Itu-x lieu
"J H llenson came out from I.a
Crose early Sunday and watched
the hen conManllv all duy." said
Rhode There were hundreds of
Persons here during the dax and I
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feet, for she laid only one egg Mr
Henon decided to stay oxer night
and watch the htn another day And
Im certainly watched her When the
hen clamliertd into the nest one
Mondax morning. .Mr Benson sat
down In a rocking chair In the barn
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it. Mil polliled out tllilt lit ptenellt I III'
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niiiin iiiiw lelillx linih that dor . n .1 '
lend II i If iKiutilx to lu iiuikiiir and
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f.irm it niiilil eimit mure nipiill iit '
(am rifoiiu tiieiuniren now uei'di'd
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with hit three-) ear-old While Ilock hon who hu MnrllPtl puultruu'ii
bjr Isrlnc l&l egfi In one month's llmu 77 of wlitrh were Urd in
one week. Rhodes has affidavit from a La Crosse poultrx nun . 10
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pr !f. 'in' men, s'.ii:icii, uiiijmir xxn.
rri, lumen, lirtitrn. mcituiiui, etc. A
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llui.t It coiiiluit inJ t tx u limit 1 ir
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for Sale at
Ix. K. K. Store. Untitle) .shoe Storn
ass m A M
MAIIOl.ANV CAl.K OR
INDIAN TAN CALK
hen She has refused to lay unl
admitted to the barn, xxhere -he has
a special net in a corner of a double
Hen I'ick-s .Manger Xe-t
For Kecoril Performance-
Mr Rhode-' attention xvas first at
tracted to the hen In April, xvhen on
several daxs at noon he found the
bird hoxering around the barn door
awaiting a chtnee lo enter the build
ing xheu the horses were put In for
the- noonday feeding
And each day that the hen was
fore t'oiiutx Judge John llrmdlex
On his llr-t trip to the turn he sa
the hen lux three egKs 111 one il.ix
This While Itork hen Is 11 large
Mrd but not of unusual size She i
f.it and docile, a xoraclous eater
xvhen off the nest and consumes .1
the nest until the chicken finally
arose four hour- later and hopped
admitted to the barn, he found in eggs, but Ilenson was gone
the evening from two to six eggs In J H Henson Is a poultryman llx-.
the manger Ilut there never was Ing at 22 North 20th st at I.a
more tb.n ci e hen In the b i: .ling Crosse. U'ls lie made affldaxit be-
larce timount of 1: rut 11 Mr Itlioilm
near by and never took hli exes off ,,,. , ,. u lllr0 )Mr, ,,,,,
in, tggs laid bv this hen are of
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down onto the barn floor
single xolks A number of the eggs
"Mr HenM-n found the hen had ha,e hwn Uht, for ,,. ,lllr)0M(l
laid In this one sitting thirteen eggs Mnill.r ()tllPr ,., ,, ,, ,MV) ,pn
Later In the day she laid three more .lln.i .,,,n..
Just Remember thts The dates for
the Klks Cotiventlnn are August 11,
11 and lfi Get n-ady.
A Triumph of
And yet, the 'Royal Cord' pos
sesses amazing buoyancy and life.
That's the secret of this famous
Hardihood that means many
extra miles, combined with the
luxury of easier riding.
Let us put 'Royal Cords' on your
car. They are the utmost in equip
mentthe finest tires in the world.
igSSiai 'Royal Cord'
MMiflrMWm w :
f7immmM im "ininii .
United States Tires
are Good Tires
We Know United SUU. Tire. Are GOOD Tire.. That's Why W. Sell Them.
SOUTHERN OREGON AUTO COMPANY
IT'S A POOR DOCTOR
Who Won't Take His Own Medicine
THAT'S WHY WE ARE USING THIS SPACE TO TELL YOU
WHAT JOLLY LITTLE BUSINESS STIMULATORS HERALD
WANT ADS ARE AND WHY THEY GET RESULTS
THERE IS NO GUESSWORK about a Herald Want Ad. They
do the business. We know they pay. Our customers have
told us po time and again. We have used them ourselves and
they have never failed to get results. They are the short cut to a
quick turn-over the modern method of merchandising on a small
scale, where the value of the article to be sold or the importance of
the want to be filled will not justify a heavy outlay.
If you had something to sell, trade or give away and went out
on the street and told each person you met about what you wanted
to do, you might get results but the people you talked to would
be very likely to say: "That poor fish has bats in his belfry." If,
on the other hand, you used a Want Ad, you would talk to the
whole county at once, instead of only one person, and do it in a
The same rule applies to hiring help, renting a house, looking
for a job, or any one of the important little incidents of life where
you must call in the assistance of someone outside your immediate
family. You MIGHT get results by telling your troubles to the
neighbors but the certain, quick and economical way is to use
a little classified ad.
Do you want to buy, sell or trade, want to hire help or find
work ; do you want to find a room, a house to rent, or to rent the
same to someone else ; do you want to call attention to some new
feature of your business, seek information on some subject, or
have you any little unfilled want?
USE HERALD WANT ADS
THEY DELIVER THE GOODS AND ARE ALWAYS WORKING