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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1920)
SATUIIDAY, JANUAIIV IT, 1020.
TrIE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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8ATUKDAV, JANUARY 17, 1020.
5,500,000 ACRES TO
BE ADDED TO FORESTS
MISSOULA. Mont.. Jan,
and a half million acres of privately'?
owned and state owned timber lands
may be added to the national forests Ki
ef district one. If the national forest-
ry program, soon to bo presented, is
adopted by congress, the service may
receive these lands by exchange on
In, tho first district there are 2,-.
801,283 acres of privately ownedi
lands t-whicb-T are located within the
national forests. In addition, the
states of Montana and Idaho ownl
Z75.860 acres in tne national lorcsts.
There are also 2,136,007 acres or
forest land outside the national for
ests and privately owned which are
desirable for national forestry pur
poses, while the two states have title
to 289,240 acres ot such land.
Life insurance requires a yearly payment fre- i
quenlly during a long term of years, and the differ-
once between the premium at your present age and jj.
the premium at an age a year older Would amount
to a sizable sum as the years pass. Thc'rock-bottom
price is now available to you. (
Have you yet adjusted your family's protection jj:
to the present scale of living costs? Has your busi-
ne"ss been made safe by business insurance? 'Have t
you covered your inheritance taxes?
Save money by insuring, pr taking more insur
ance, before your age changes! And by all means
learn about our new policy and its special protective
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come disabled, and, in addition, protects them if
you go. Accidental death DOUBLES the amount
of the insurance.
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V ''iMtAIDSvAKE COY1
T. IX)TJIS,Mo., Jan. 16.- When
young women freshmen of Washing
ton University, numbering 150, were
questioned recently whether they
favored cheek-to-cheek dancing they
overwhelmingly 'decided it was in
sanitary, and. should be barred: Ono
hundred, and forty-five of them de-
"The Insurance Man"
District Manager for
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
Office over the First State and Savings Bank
Jclded that it gave tho deadly germ
a chance to do its worst, but there
were five who 'Noted along tho lines
that they didn't care whether the
germ worked or struck, It was "all
the same to them."
. . . .
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Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Mondale Theatre ,
SPECIAL SINGING AT EACH SHOW
BOZCMAN, Mont., Jan. 17. "Wo
'are becoming a nation ot farm rent
;ors." Elwood Mead, chairman of tho
J California Land Settlement hoard.
told delegates to tho Montana Stato
Farmers institute hero yesterday In
urging "a planned rural develop
ment" based on tho theory used in
establishing stato farm projects in
"More than half tho land in
Kansas, Nobrnska, and Oklahoma is
farmed by tenants," ho said. "There
are less pcoplo on 'farms in some
counties in Missouri, Illinois and
Iowa than there were ten years ago'.
Prof. Hobs and EdMth Wharton give
vivid pictures of tho depleted life In
rural Now England. Last year I
spent six months studying tho agri
cultural conditions in tho southern
st,atca along tho Atlantic seaboard,
and camo away profoundly do-
Largo areas of land aro being
Don't lot constipa
tion poison your
blood and curtail
your energy. If
IVER V, your liver and bow-
IrTERS Jl ftlH ,lnn't wnrlr tlrnn.
orly, take CARL'S
(4 L I FT E IIS today
and your troublo will cease, For
dizziness, lack of appetite, head
aclio nnd blotchy skin nothing
can ctjual tliom, Piiroly vego
tablo,' Small Pill Small Dose
Small prlco. At tho
Star Drug Co.
bought by corporations who Intend
peopling It with European tenants,"
Dr. Mead said. "Thoy seek to create
lUtlo Bwedonn, Donmnrkn and Po
lands, anil thus cstabllHh''tbnnntry ha
11 permanent Institution j" hp con
tinued. "Such arrangements already
exist In many states. Thai is not
democracy. It menus political un
rest nnd disorder na nn ultlmnto re
suit." Hero Is what Dr. Mend recom recem
mended: 1. (Irbuptng ot farm owners Into
i!. Farms largo enough to give n
living Incomo to' (ho owner nnd lila
3. A credit system for develop
ment In which tho 'amount ot mnney
tho stato would lond ttottlors would
ho known; also "tho amount which
tho settlor must furnish to bo tic
copted. 4, Practical ndylco and direction
In tho Improvement ot farms and for
organizing to co-opornto.
"American farms nro under
capitalized," ho said. "Lacking
money and credit, beglnnors buy
poor cows, work with poor tools and
live In poor houses, and that moans
poor returnji. Unless enough money
Is provided to put tho farm on 11 pay
ing basis it Is best not to lend any."
Co-operation, Dr. Mend said, is the
only foundation for a modem rural
community. "It provides common
Interests," ho asserted. "It creates
local pride. It puts nn ond to tho
migratory habit, and strengthens the
doslro for a pormnnout homo and
progress In social exlstonco. Co
operation Is a bond that will over
come difference of language and
racial habit. That Is Bhown In Cali
fornia, whore 13 nationalities work
together and danco togothor In tho
social hall ot tho Durham colony." '
Durham colony Is tho successful
land sottlomont project established
by tho stato ot California soveral
CUI1AX SCO A It RIXA Kl.
GALVESTON, Tex., Jan. 17. No
more shipments of crudo or raw sug
ar from Cuba nro expected to nrrlvo
In (lalveston betoro tho latter part
of January, it Is announced by offi
cials of tho sugar roflnory at Sugar-
land, to which shipments are consign
ed Soveral cargoes had boon oxpoctcd
to reach horo early In January hut
theso aro said io have bcon delayed
nnd will not reach hero until tho
latter part of tho month. During
tho first wook of Docombor 28.001'
bags of now Cuban sugar woro deliv
ered through this port.
FINANCING THE FARMER
lITH even greater Interest unit activity
hnfom the First National Hunk l i:
the buMlnesa of tanning In ttilt locality.
You may bo finding It imciwary to nmku mldllloim anil
Improvements n mlvanre of your Hpilng opninlloiiB
In which wo can lend a helping hand, Como In and talk
K. It. Itenmc.N, I'lCHlilcnt
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the First National Bank
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON