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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1919)
SHjg uentnQ Herald
OFFICIAIi PATER N
ikYear No. 3,69(
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1919
Price, Five Cento
SUICIDE THOUGHT TO
HAVE BOMBED HOME
OF OSCAR LAWLER
I.OH ANOKLKH, Aug. 7.- New e.
itrinrii today iirnm 1 th- unuri-H
gt.tlt nf ('hiirle II Mcfl'i'ri' flKNlittiiiil
engineer of Urn iiiuulrlpiil il nnrlnii'iii
of pulilln works, who committed Mil I-
lTnnr iiiiuuluv r,i,' i,ih1 niKiit ,v' i,",i,mK rr"m ni"
Jllnr nllnnr rl I "'vu,i,h nU"y ofr,r" of "nct Ai
ll UIIL IIUUULII I nriHiV Woolblno, Avium tin was Infor-
tin bombing of tb homo of Onmri
- . I nu'lflp 1
. U.at ' "''
Three Are ,! -
IRK STARTS ON
HAY FOR FORT
(iriiiinil N IlioUi-n fur an Inxlllutlim
'I'luil Hum Itirn .Vis-deil In Ijikf
County fur Mnny Years l.iiy NK
lni In I'luugr for I'l-rnrail. I
KI.KH MKKT TONIGHT
Tonight will bo the InHt regit-
lar meeting of tho KlkB lodge
before tho big convention of
next week enil Important html-
nous concerning the many ang-
li'H of the convention will he
1 trunHttctcd. Every member Is
O. M. Pliimmrr Makes u HuggrMlcui urged to he prcBent. Initiation'
fur tho liiiprmi-iiii-nt of Thin High- ceremonies will he conducted
wiiy 'I'lmi Slii.ulil Itr Followed us next Tuesday night.
.Soon us I'ossllilr.
IS EDFD HERE
BREAK IS TIMELY
Mrdiilro wan recently removed hh
D.lmlulstruUir of estates thru the
efforts of I.nwlor MrOiiIrn Im tuild in
hnvi) threatened revenge following
I.AKEV1EW. Aug. 7 (Hpcclal)
(Jroi.nd was hroki-n here yesterday
fur tho new hoMpltal hiillillng that Is
lli'ltlg erected IIMlIlT till' dlrottlon of
Hiiv Hugh llnidy, rector of Kt Pat-
" crnwirr Mrv Wll I , ricks church In thin city. The now
n i firrlll Store ! SERVICE MLN WILL Institution is to hi- modern in every
'., .w., T.,1, MEET FRIDAY NIGHT pni.-uir, ...i win i... mrg enough
pf hromw' -- lo uiro for 2K patients II wll Icost,
jlornluK Attrmi" M'",r l " Aming.'ii.entH will be made I'rld.iy wlh.n Mulshed, JC.000 It was the
juyVHhTwoOllirr Voiillw " VK, August Sth, at 7 3d p m at Intention of Put her llrndy to have
o, 'rolf to H'li tl"' !,1 Sl""' "' n big n ting of all Klamiith Falls the hospital In charge of an order of
. , fi.imlirni. men who saw service In the war for Sisters, but owing to the heavy toll
the part the men will take In the Klkx of death during the Intlucnrii, It has
" ' p.irnde that U scheduled for Halin- become linpohnlhle for him to seriir"
n,.trlmlnal U nt hirKe ...id three day. of convention week the... lit thin time I'ntll he does the
I following it well plan- The Klk nro "specially desirous of hospital will be In charge of lay
uiu l tlmelr J" r"k a'1 "' l,,,vl"K "' rvlr" '""" ""lr1' '" "'" ""r'"'H'
tariK bufftarr of Chambers rim l'"" l" ''"If'1"''- '"1 "v,'r "' -.:.- , ..""" j
. ihil look plicr IIiIn morning ""'"K "'"" "' "'"'"''" '"' 3 I HMWfcLL, BUI3
O M I'lu.nmer, manager t il
. WONG HIM TAKES HIS
LIFE WHILE SERVING
OUT JAIL SENTENCE
liSoit 1 o'clock.
Floyd DrnM, lio
CharleH K Stemwell of the ('en-
nil Oiitflltlng company. Ninth and
i lie American i.eginn to niMire it
good turnout All hi rtlci men. uheth-
Mir tall Willi trial along will. "ril,,,' "r '"emberH of the local p,-
,.v, nnmm fnllnwlnc the rob- ""? P"l "' '' Allien. ...i i.ukh.ii i
tet ol Andenon' grocery more In "r "ot "'" nHk,,1 '" co,n" " ,'1" "'" Moln ittreetH, him bought all of the
Irrill ttattA NUht Patrolmen ,,,K "" Krl,,"' "venlng ut the City inim'H clothing and furnlnhlng stock
Bri-ud Orwn an.1 Oovernment !'0" lo "nahU ,h ''"'' n belonging to the J. y. Mng.ilro com-
CJrij'l Itecob who npprelieniled "", ui,',)r l,,Bt ca" ,)n ''"'"""'I " puny, and In planning on offering It
nbm Orar.' II. M Chmh.-rUln for ,," "'lr"'1"- '"' l'"blk at a special salo that
- will mine nil oi ino biock oeiorc il
MM'AI. AltTIKT WIIX I'ltKKXT M ,,ari.,j on the dlielveit of his utore.
IIKAl'TIKl'l. HANNKIl T) KI.KH ThU Mock i,, mh, ,, of Hplen.lld
Ine of merchiindlHe, purchased by
Robert Oumm. flray and Cham-
Wbii. alone with Oumm and
Bum, wtre cauitht In the act of re-
MTlu th putty from a rear win
4tt l Chttnbcri nun store on Main
A. Klrbal. Iicul artist, whoiie spi- ,,, .MKUro company when prices
rlallty Is quick work In oils and paint. wori. Hl )(.(1 ,.,.),, and some of It
to, and Chamb.rl.ln were out w' l'roe,.t,, beautiful .Ilk banner couW nol ,. dlipail,wl t tw.co ihv
NHielednrlniciiood blmlur. fol- ' "" ,rlc " vaH "m"!"1 ul r.B..m..,.
..... vwn.......u... .j-,0 pennon ior ine uecision oi ino
The familiar Klk head and clock .BKr rompany to dispose of It as
Inslgnlu of the order are embossed n holo ,0 . (vntrai Outfitting
IWtJ tbelr arrft fonie few dvs
ip (or Mrlnit stolon a u.acklnaw.
IMdili of the county ore certain
to II. .ntlro plan of breaking Jail "n '"" "' ", banner with a l.omi,nn, WBJI , BhlrJ 0f (, M
4 robbery of the .lorn had been """ ,froJ? ( ",0r ",,0 "K " '",rk- to get settled down to busl-
I ned br tha four criminals.
tiam pried loou a bar on tho win-
groiinil. Tlie l.onner moasures over wm wUh ( nnw pIanH nnj now
three feet In length nml width, and glock r women's and children's dry
t of tho countr Jail and then U m,"ln f ""' ,""" m"n "k Mr nml notions, and of C. F. Jla-
shoe store. The transaction was a
Hiwed Mi body through the small ,. wnrk .. u.m ,, fPl llf
iu.u.l... ..- t ii. -. "' ' nnn Hiuru. i uti iruiioiiuiitni wao u
Z dTtar .m. r'fr,l he C,,"rK ' '"n ,0Ca, " "" "'" '" oc. and shows that things arc
Zr dl o ft..; all fr ed '"H Mn"" "" 'h" KrUn"H ' ,,,P "" a lively pace In the bus.
(ureir aoors oi ui( jnn lie ireeu i,, , I,-,,-., ,,. ntt m,.i sir...,i
Iwm. The oalr evidently mot .. ....::.":. ..'.-.... L "... "" nertions or ino city.
t w'uiiii ii iuw iiiijn linn win im qutift
Hvind Chamberlain, and oltrrop- work ,lurlnK , cnllro conveon , orAi MFN RI i Y
W to rob the run store belonging .,.. LU'i JrvLJ?.T-7
lo Barney Chambers.
Drit Intimation that all was not
fl(kt it H couniv Jail wits rece'vi.d
V the police about 1 n. m. from
uljbbcn about the Ilaldwln hotel.
rto reported that n iimnlclous look-
hi Mrn wan loitering iihout the
Wll.l, TAKK CIIAIUiK
A deal has Just been closed where-'
OK COM1MXV. ,y v. C Townsend has disposed of
the proiierty ut tho comer of Sixth
I'mlfle In'i.niiil'omil Livestock I.x-,
position, who has ei u In tho cf.y fo
several dii)H, returned esterd' af-
(i.ooii fiom Port Klamath ijriiwltii; !
with l.lm e suggestion that should hi ' Wong Mm, Chinese laundryman,
adopted by the peon.u o thlu city and who woh convicted a week ago on a
Port Klamath. It Ii that l.e stretch charge of running an opium den,
of ro.id. about bnlf a mile long, In committed suicide last night In the
the Indian Reservation that Is In such city Jail about (J p. m. by Jumping
an abominable condition as to make off his bed after cecurely tlelng a
It extremely difficult to get over It, strip of clothing about his neck and
should be covered with hay or straw attaching the other end to a peg on
before the Klks convention. Ho BUg-jthe wall.
gested that the ladles of Klamath . Wong was nerving out his 50 day
Palls prepare tho lunches and tho Jail sentence Imposed upon him re
meii of Port Klamnth furnish tho I cently for operating an opium den In
bay and both psrties jneot nt a dcslg-!tho rear of his laundry. Officials lr
iiiiied point next Sunday and do tnoifhargo of the county Jail noticed
Job. There Is nothing difficult about , that Wong was acting strangely dur
the undertaking, requiring only u Ing the post few days and .have watch
little telephoning and arrangement ed him closely. Ho planned his act
of pluns. The Miggcstinn Is a good yesterday when few were about the
one and should be followed. 'Jail and took the precaution to close
j the door that shut off the view Into
BEARDSLEY SAYS ''1's ce"' Hls inaD""' t0 Bet opium
after being addicted to the drug for
KLAMATH IS BEST many years brought on a moroseness
tand semi-Insanity upon him, which
.Mr and Mrs. J. O. Beardsley re- u believed to have been the reason
turned last owning from a three that he took his life,
months' trip through the South and Wong's body wate removed ln-
Hast, having visited San Francisco, nfght to Whltlock's Undertaking Par
Denver, Chicago, Mammoth Cave, lor'a-pending Interment. A wire wo
Kalt Iako City. Portland and other isent to Wong's uncle In Portland
cities during their absence. During osklng for advice as to what dlspool
ull tho time ho was awny Mr. Heardf-j Hon should be made of the body
ley had his eyes open to rIzo up con- Wong was about 30 years of a '
ditlons .and comes back to Klamath had no relatives In Klamath Falls.
Falls convinced that, taking Into
consideration the matter ot lze. McDOUGALL SUES FOR
there lb no other cltv that is bettor an'UiTrrTic - C
off than Klamath Falls, and very fow ARCHITECT S FEfcO
"Just during the short time I have Aothep echo Qf tfae compUcatIon8
been away I can notice a decided I Qf the COMtructon of tho
change for tho bettor, said Mr. vat,oug courtnouge3 for whIch tn,8
Hcardsley. "You can feel It In the ,(j tQ bfi gQ notedi hM
air. You step onto Main street and n f a thunder
there Is Bomethlng that one cannot
explain that tells him hat -thing, an. P K,amath Q
humming .that there Is In the mak- , wa8 the archltect for
,g a clly of nsiderable proper- courthouse and he
tlons.. The farther one goes, after ludment naIn8t tne county for
living In this city ' a'e' I fees aggreBat.ng $6,369.00. The suit
more convinced no muv "" oo Q,.,ri. n.i
Live Stock Man Declares That Fa
cm of County Arc Iosing MIHIo
of IKillars Kverj- Year by Not '.
proving Breed of Animals.
Clnuilo riuiRlulu. secretprv of the ,lM,i pm, streets, generally known as
-wv organized Prater I.nke " ,h Townsend Apartments, to J M.
Ck Infl .... l... ...l, .l.lu inli-nlni. ... ... .... - m. .. 1 .. Ih IlanPflalnV
tu Tk i . " " wiitKiiiH alio a. ii. r.pporson. muse no more so mun una. i...-.w.
MtA ntm rt BlianrloA Otlll t rl O lnltnl'V
Klamath Falls has a future, "d that pourt decded Ju8t hBt ghal,
It Is Just now on the threshold of ,,,. fonrtin
something hlR. I am mighty glad to aRainst Mm rf he
get back. and. oven at that. I am Vrnnrlt:(.n .
toil. bIm i . . . f"r l,rjy '" ,Hk,, c,mr" 0f ,1", ,,nU' apartments wen. built about four-
SuTwiih! !! "" '0,'n,, ,,nl'"nKH of thc r"",:,"- Thp Cra,or fen years ago by Harry Peltz; were
C ,W ?" rg,,,l ' nk" ""x ('ml.auy recentlv mirrlia- ,llter ,,, ,0 Mr. I1( Mrs. Munn. and
Cui ta I .'. " Hn "'"'' tl holdings of tie llniy I.UM- thmi wchnHCil ,,y Mr. Townsend.'
ck 10 ino jail, and In- her and llox Company at Ilray and -,,., mnrl. .,u !,.... !, .. ..,n,i
Tnuillnn iKni'i.1 ii... it ... . . .... "" i""i"-. " "' w
. """ ""' nuriies unii w ill uUHlime oiienit on immei Hie V
CBa bid likewise PHrnned. wii. . .
'to. according lo Sheriff Hum- IIKTUtN AKTKH MINI! AHSKNCP.
f'ftll, Will )0t ronnOCted will. Ilu Aflnr m i.I.m. .... ,.r Cmr n.iro fri.lil
Wl breaking with thP ether qunrlet, t' elr old home. Supicmo .lulge mil
l ilkeil out nfter Oumm had Mrs. Henry L. IIcuhoii arrived In
DnPd tha tin .- .. .... . .. ...
I . - ..win, i ii "in i ii i'iiiih nisi evening, mr 11
cnTOr uvint; lmck of Qhnm- visit of two or three weeks, ti -
ri tun itom U'n.n .....nl. .... 1.1 L.-. .w I.... I.. .1... I...I..A
..,,,, iinuivniril IIV i.im . i.ll V.Mlt lllll lll.llliit iiitt .i.hp-
NKW Al'TOMOHH.K AOCKSSOUV
COMIWXY OPKXS ITS IMKJHS.
revenue producer. It Is tho 'n'-ii-tlon
of the new owners to later im
prove the property with a modern
apartment house when conditions
will Justify It
Work has Just been finished and
tho connection niiido yesterday af
ternoon cm the i econst ruction ot
ti. ... .
wwnai made liy the escaped and Mrs. lleiison back lo the clly
'"olnils attempting to remove the They will bo in the Ilaldwln hotel
Wit' from one of the rear windows during this time.
01 "S EMI Blorn. PlrnrMi nf rn... .TiiiIl-h llnnnin. unM tlllu ninrlillie
'creWe, am, ,i,o police were Hml he had never hoped to o fr miles of the phone line between
Immediately telcplione.l for Pn.mi. Pleased with therlianueand Iminoie- "'' ' ,""1 '"lvluw hver sine.)
11,11 Dnrliam ttn,l n ..1.1...1 .... mm In nine.. .-, I... l ulili Kl.im- Hie Pnllfoinlu-OieBon Power compa-
WrnMMi n..,.. . ,'...,,.,..... ii, l.iiu ti... ..iuit..,. 1,.,.... ,.,,. i.n.i iiy eMon.led Its lino lo Ilnminza to
I. ( "'.ivini iti'i"i m'mI ' 'ir. i"1" itiiPi inn 1 miiuii) tut v in"
."? I'nderwood. rnmn,n.i n, i.. mii nniinrtiiniiv i.. vim.- Urn eliv ici Hiipply tho power needed for pump-
'nls after a ci,nil(, nnrnos. how- .v"t "h Ihey have been busy meeting Ing w-iter for the high lands, thoro
"-neaped during (ho excitement "Id friends and iicininliitances has been considerable dlfllniUy ex-
"' as last aeon pm.. ........ .....' nerleiiced In carrying on couverwi-
bwfd 8wan lAko ' DKCOU.VTIOXS AUK PPPPCTIVi:. ton with I.nkevlew ,tlio induction
6l,n'" Humphrey hns ndvlsod ,,orl,,ll's ,l1" flr!f' R'or" ln ,ow" holi.g so giv.it us lo produce n hum
Berby authorities to lm on tho look- '" ll,'0',n,, "H ""Iprlor In the purple tnut almost ilrowned tho human '
"t lor Ilnrnno .., .. . " of the Klks Is the II. N'. Moo Store ,...im Willi Hie roiiHtructlou of tho
I 'to Portland this morning, "nml will " Mal" strout' l'nl" nd white mnv n0, this has boen ontlroly ollm
'Im the authorities there ' flnRS nl" UH01' '" n,,,ln,,1,nro nvor "l0 hinted, and It Is possible to hear as
UUIim, who wis tho main lnstlcnt ' "s Wu" "8 ",nmorB' T" """"distinctly as If the conversation was
""ejecting tho escni.e ncrnrit I' MeBt wl,ulow '" Pnrtlculiuly offer- ,,onB 0rri0l on with parties in this
" ""ity omclals. Ib ilt r , . Uvo w,th n lftrfi0 r,,p,lrft of tho K,k city.
. U lodgec in Z Tr? ? '"""l " ock design, the insignia, l
, San FrancUco man.
When it was decided to build e
courthouse on the site offered by the
Klamath Development company, Mr
McDougall was selected as tho archi
tect to prepare tho plans and speclfl-
Sometlilng now In the line of auto jcctjons nnd superintend the work
neci'ddorles Is carried bv the recentlv . This he did up to the time operations
established National Auto Accessory j on tjl0 building stopped some four
Company, that opened Its doors two years or more ago. Now he wants
weeks ago on Fourth, between Main . paj. for what he has done,
and Pine Streets. j
..''''rJTL'ie'lDANNIE O'BRIEN WILL
tomohllo tires, are hnmlld exrins. 1 BOX NEXT THURSDAY
hely by the new concern With encti
tiro thero Is nn absolute gunranlee ( Assurance that Dannie O'Brien, the
'torn the American Ar-tomo'-lte Ac- po,)uar portland welterweight will
ressotlix ComiMiiv of ('iiieinninl illI)I)ear i ., sx round bout, on next
against blowouts. "Insvde Tyres" or" Thursday evening, in addition to the
made of tough ruhber-lmprognntcd ( ,,! i,0VinK car,i that has already been
fi.br'-' i' ud "i- ii'nptl"llv puncture arranKClj for, was given by his man
proof when placed insldo of an outer aK,.,. ,j,mn0 Pagan, who was in town
casing. 1 this morning arranging details of
W P Smith, who Is connected wit'1 o'llrlen's uppearance hero,
fin Mutual lleneflt Life Insurance o'llrlen will bo Hobble Waugh. n
Company, and .T. H. Taylor, who re-, California welterweight, who has u
centlv returned from overseas, '"tvn ),g record in tho south. Waugh has
' agency for tho accessory. They met .some of the best men lu the
are expecting full shipments of "In- ( .squared-rlng during tho past 'few
t.vdo Tyres" within 11 few weeks - years and will bo n fit opponent for
which time they will ho able to f'll o'llrlen. Tho latter boxer was thru
tho many orders that they uro recolv- ( m tho battle engagements that the
lug from nuto owners.
I, " lodged In ll. -... . .. "" "uu C,0CK ''rR'R"i "' IHHlKlll.1
'rindPfc.!.U.nUlflr0,l"l'J".lof the order. Allmrllr. "wnlcnmn'
; city Jan hu, '1,, ,,lncp,1("lRn8 greet tho eye aa you enter the
Jv ' l0 tho county kii, i .,' 8,oro- Tl, 'Jocm'ntlvo scheme was
Vcmt ' at .. 1 V. ""."", worked out by Mr. Snnvoly.
s2thl,'whr;.n r",,,r rp",,,t
V,I '' W"0 lias been ...111. ....
, J?1' h landed
uaa In NeW York.
OVKUXMKXT TO TUY PACKKHS.
WASIIINOTON. Aug. 7,Tho gov
ernment's case against tho packers
will bo placed heforo tho fedoral gov
ernment grand Jury In Chicago In
three wooks, notli erlmlnl end civil
prosocutlon will bo In.1tlt1.ted and
tho packers will bo prosecuted under
the Food Control Act for hoarding.
SOX llOUX TO MKS. .MKIIAI'PKV.
In a, telegram to his niother-ln-lnw,
Mrs. Wilbur A. Jones., 1jwronco Mo
hnffoy announced tho birth of his
son Lawrence, Jr., at Antloch, Cali
fornia. The bnhy's parents aro Mr.
ind Mrs. Lawrence Mohiiffey. well
known In this city heforo their mar
riage. Mrs. Mehnffcy was formerly
Mnud Newbury and Mr. Mohnffoy
acted as assistant cashlor In tho First
State and Savings Hank for a number
of years. Tho baby wolghod nine
pounds at birth.
nUCOVKIIS MKMOItY AIT'-'"
lapsi: op TiiitKr ykaijs.
ANAHEIM, Cal., Aug. 7. Tho man
omployod four months nt a food and
fuol company hero has Just announ
ced tho recovery of his memory
after a !aps,o of threo years and stnt
ed that ho Is tho Hev. .1. Paul Ueovos,
formorly tho pastor ot n Christian
church at Morrowsvlllo, Kunsas.
Ho said ho "lost" hlmsotl while on
tho way from Morrowsvllle to Wash
ington, Kan. Ho has written to his
father tho Rov. J. A, Reeves, of Stel
ft 1st division took part in, and won
tho welterweight championship of
his division in France. Tho addition
of tho O'Urien-Wnugh bout to tne
local card will give the fans 32
rounds of boxing, It will ho a card
that all lovers ot boxing aro suro to
Fans who want to see Dannie
O'llilon work out can do so by going
over to Weed on the night ot August
llth. Ho will box "Kid" Harris of
Klamath Falls In a six round Boml
wlndup bout of tho matches that are
schddulod. Rob Wagner of Fort Mc
Dowell will meet Billlo Rrndon of tho
Olympic Club in the main event of
"Oh! man, If I could tell you, if I
could convince yoj, it I could wake
the people here w) to what they 'have
at their feet. If I had the power of an
Anthony, or a Demosthenes, or even
of a William Jennings Bryan, so that
T xiiilrl t -rt .fit rn lha hlvhwava atiH
1 """ - - " - " '" -
by-ways and preach to the people of
! Klamath Falls and Klamath county
, and tell them that they have here one
of the best live stock sections in tho
whole west, I would do it, for it
would be thc means ot bringing to
Klamath millions upon millions of
dollars that are now passing you by
every year. Your lumber interests
here are great, your scenic attrac
tions still greater, your agricultural
possibilities aro wonderful, but great
er than all combined is the live stock
Industry. There are no fluctuations
in It. Hard time will not affect it. The
people always have and always wilt
eat meat. They can stop building, you
can have labor troubles, you can have
bard times, the people will stop trav
elling, crop failures will come, but
the livestock industry goes right on
the even course it has always penned
and if you bring it to Its highest
state of development in this county,
will bring to you millions of dollars
That is the way that enthusiast,
that optimist, that purveyor ot good
cheer and helpfulness; O. M. Pin t
mer, manager of the Pacific Interna
tional Exposition, expressed himself
lust night after a visit to the Malta
and Fort Klamatn sections of the
county, accompanied by Leslie Risen,
ot the First National bank. Continu
ing he said:
"If the development of your alfal
fa ranches continues for the Best
five years and the price ot that com
modity remains the same as it is to
day, you will be producing $25,000,
000 worth of alfalfa every year. Fte-t
people believe this statement, for
they don't know. That is why I would
like to be able to talk to them la. sv
way that would convince them. If
these results are obtained in the
growing of alfalfa you will have to
have something to eat it and live
stock is the answer. The condlUoas-.
here are Ideal for it. Pure bred lrt
stock Is what you want. I toiay saw
in the Fort Klamath section a three
months old calf that Is worth today
as much as a three-year old Arizona,
steer that stood beside It. Next year
that calf will be worth more than
the Arizona animal. The contrast was.
so great that it even amazed the
stockmen present and was an ocular
demonstration of the value of pure
bred stock that was unanswerable.
"Right here In this valley the farm
ers should be raUing and selling 10
the sheepmen that surround them on
a'l sides the hundreds of pure bred
bucks that they aro buying else
where. The same is true of bogs.
Every acre of your alfalfa land can be
made to bo worth two or three hun
dred dollars an nore. And the whole
secret lies in pure bred stock.
"In your Malln section, I have
seen something that I always believ
ed to be impassible. I have seen them
cut two tons of alfalfa to the acre the
first year. I saw alfalfa that will
cut five tons to tho acre for one cutt
ing I have seen crops unequalled any
where In the west that I have visited.
And yet with all these possibilities, I
look around and am saddeued -when I
see scattered thru this magnificent
territory scrub stock waste, waste,
waste. But there Is a change coming.
Tho farmers are beginning to see that
this talk about pure bred stock is
not tho talk of a promoter, or a man
who has something to sell. They are
beginning to seo lhat It Is the advice
of friends men who have devoted
their lives to tho industry and lovo
it. They are beginning to see that it
costs no more to raise a puie bred
calf than it does n scrub and that the
former Is ready for the market earlier
and brings a higher price than the
latter. Seeing Is believing and I ex
pect to seo a great change take place
in Klamath County and I believe the
dav Is not far distant when It will be
'one of the supply markets of the