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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
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hiadM and that (hay will
always raach boat or trala
on U. We deal aaltav
la any laat mtaaU aalfv
Mats. Wo always cat Uara
la plenty ol tlma to maka
are tte gooda wo carry will
aot bo latt Ualad.
Western Transfer Co. X
41 Mate St.
Those cool Boptoraoer day are a warning to tae carefnT
bnycr that winter la coming and that the tlmo li now rlpo
for BUYING WOOD.
WINTKIt IS COMING
Flaw your orders with us now for Orocn Slab and Dlock
Wood while ttao summer prices oro on, for bad roads are
sure to bring advances in price BUY' NOW.
O. Peyton. & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN"
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SALES IN SAGHALIEN
TOKIO. Sopl. 16. (By Mall) A
bellof prevailing In Japan that tho
United States and Kngland may join
hands In restraining Japan In her far
eastern policy has been the basis of
much commont In (ho press.
Japan's brilliant writer, Ilchtro To
kutoml, the editor of the military
organ, 'the Kokumln, wroto a spoqlsl
article on Amerlcan-Kngllsh relations
I nwhtch he called tho United States
tho "onfant terrible" of tbo world.
Mr. Tokutoml regards tbo prospect
of coperatlon between Kngland and
America with soma anxiety, Tho
world will bo obliged to agroo with
what they agree, he observes, but ho
consoles himself wltji tho thought
that such cooperation Is unlikely ow
ing to American sus.oiro'.n ot Kng
land and lnck of world knowledge.
After summing up his concliislrni
ttaHo-thc-positlon'otl'trehind i nrbl'
TO BE GOOD EATERS
ASHVllXE, N. C. Oct. 12. Three
.thousand chickens, 4000 dozen eggs,
1000 dosen tomatoes, 400 bushels
select apples, 300 bushels potatoes
aad other great quantities ot food
ara being amassed here to feed tho
Old Hickory (31st) division veter
ans daring their two-day reunion
Oct. 28 aad 29, Approximately $20,-
000 has been raised for the expenses
of the reaaloa.
Governors Roberjs of Tennessee,
Cooper of Soath Carolina and Blckett
of Worth Carolina. Secretary Daniel.
Major-Oeneral Oeorge W. Read and
former commanders of the division,
are on the program a speakers. Sir
Auckland Geddes, British ambassa
dor to the United States, General
Pershing and Major General Wood
hare been Invited.
By common consent) a Tennessee
city will be chosen for the third an
Do you want to save on shoe 15
Xoff on all men's and hov'a ihooa.
He. K. K. store's Harvest sales. 11-16
The monkey 'Is a god .In India.
Finland 'baa seven woolen mills.
tor of the world, Mr. Tokutoml rays.
"But there comes Kuglnnd's com
petitor, whom Kngland at least In
her heart ot hearts fears as n formid
able power. Amorlca may bo called
nn exposition of tho world's differ
ent races. But tho mainstay of tho
American people Is 4ho Anglo-Saxons.
England and America nro broth
er nations with the Atlantic between
them. The destiny ot tho world is
now entrusted to theso brother na
tions. "If they should cooperate In tho
work- of solving tho problem-oftho
world, however unreasonable tho re
sults of such solution may bo, tho
world will ho obliged to ngree,"
thinks Mr. Tokutoml. But ho asks:
"I America willing to act tho role
ot younger brother and follow Eng
land's lead? American want to be
the first In everything. Will they be
content to take tho second place in
the solution of world problems?"
He doubts It, saying: "To think that
America will follow the lead of Kng-
land as a younger brother dutifully
odc7idk oruers in ine solution oi me
world problems and will bo the
unique supporter of England Is tbo
observation ot a blind man."
Mr. Tokutoml describe the Amer
icans, In thla -way: "In a word the
American is a rustic person who does
not know anything about the worM.
He enjoy globo trotting and Europe
I hi, pleasure ground where he
dump hi money. But on all occa
sions he carries his own country In
his travelling bag. Consequently
nsldo from satisfying hi own dcslros
for pleasure ho does not enlighten
htmaoM very much by his observa
tions ot the world.
In short, Mr. Tokutoml observes,
tho war ha Americanised tho world
rather then Influenced Amorlca. Mr.
Wilson' advocacy o the democrat!
satlon ot the world waa In hi opin
ion an Illustration ot how tho Amer
ican tries to messuro the worjd with
tho rule ho applies to his own coun
try. The American considers that It
Is his mission to torco Amorlcanlsm
upon other nations.
UKUNK, Swltxorland, Sept. 20.
(By Mall) Thieves broko Into a era
mntory situated In Blcnno near
Heme, n few nights ago, and stole a
tow sepulchral urns containing tho
ashes ot members ot wealthy fuml-Jkfl
Prominent families ot Bcrno and
Zurich aro receiving lottors, offering
tq return tho urns for a consideration
varying botwoen 2000 and 4000
francs, nrcordlng to tho financial
standing ot tho owners.
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HARD TO GET GOOD KABRICH
THKHE DAYS '
but the cloth we show are the pro
ducts ot the best mill and are ex
clusive with us. Como in and
thorn. You'll bo improssod with
their quiet good tasto and the char
acter of our tailoring fully equals
that ot the fabrics a overy good
TJACE POWDER JONTKKL
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able to the most sensitive skin,
became It Is pure. And delightfully
fragrant perfumed with Jonteel,
the cottly new odor of 30 flowers.
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