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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, X0VKMI1K11 10, 1020.
' ' SHORT LINES
I minutes faster than tho train, and
charges tho samo fare.
Tho frelghl. outlook ho described
m equally bail, A company opcrat-,
,lng motor truck with two trailers)
to tho truck hauls trolRht over tho
highway faster thnn tho roail can by
'train, delivers tho goods nt tho.
merchant' door, and charges tho
irnuo tariff as tho railroad. And
on top of his other troubles It Is
.now estimated that tho mineral do-
Innalt M-titift flipntili (Tin mnln 1n
CHICAaO, Nor. , IB. Tho trials malnlng rourco of rcvenuo will boi I'OItTI.AND. N fov 10. In splto
... ... .. n-Lrhnn.to.i within Mim vmh of forest fires. Naturo has restockod
!l "inl o",ho coun' ! SliAJ T ? "" V"
TnTt n A V rm.J ? Xhi ! hrt lino whosp principal source of burned w fores land In western
abort lines arc coming to Ight n , i.Uii, nr . nirmin. Oregon and Washington, according
tho hearing being given nero io . " . , .. ,..to J. V. llotmann. director of tho
wllh music recitation etc., by young'
er people. It bus dono more thnn
any other nno tlilmx to build up and
strciiRtheii agricultural life.
"Tho graugo I now orgniilied In
3.1 states, which nru chiefly In tho
north, a many of the southern
slates have uo granges. Tho largest
graugo stale Is New York, which bus
it membership of t'JH.Ou".
A great deal of coopcrallvo worn
(lly Associated Press)
CMIOAMO. Nov. 10. Memborshli)
In tho national graugo stands at np-ils douo. Insurunco of farmers' build
proximately 700,000. 8. J. Lowell of Mugs Is probably tho grentest fliuiu
Predonla, N. Y., mniter of tliejclal enterprise Tho amount carried
grange reports, ,
In this period of active organlia- 4"t't'-
In tho lusurauco department run
Into tho hundrods of millions,"
lly means of it cylindrical attach
ment at tho hack of his cur, which
ends In mi earpiece closn to him,
the driver of it heavy motor truck
can now hear other trnftlu approach
lug from behind.
1 wnnt to sing the song of trade In
you In every key. Help mo supply tho
music, Tho Furnisher of Happy
Hon of farmers, Mr. Lowell thus
n rcvenuo is hauling oro to Ulrmlng-
than 100 short lines whoso hnm furnaces, appeared to defend
nA TATif rftjid tin lit nrlmarllr'
to open up a routo to aomo mineral J
slfnutilt ItAitsi rim dnln thn rham ,
plan bard-luck tale, according i.'" 'h'? ":
G. W. W. Hanger, member or tnoi"- , -"-
b-lofly sketches tho activities of his,!
socioty, one of tho oldest nnd best
Kxporlmontal! known of tho farmers organisations- it
ursi grange was organised
G, 1S08, In Kredonla. N.
secret order, slmlUr to
. t t l . t a fill aits rut nrilnrd Im itinnu a.......
Tho 'railroad president exhibited """'""l" """"'" "rj r hV , . " I' '"'
personal knowledge of tho affairs ""'" "r,u""'" eicrn an-, ..,, u"' ;;,-.-"r. ' ---
rur euTi'fiii jri'iirs ino top
inoro than 100 short lines wnoso "',, . pmniov Wind Klver Forest Kxporlpientai: known of t
employe, havo petitioned tbo United wruPnr who hti juit wturd ,i "Tho fir
Stale. Hallway tabor board for In-," omoey Their nrVscT In !tho 'lat,on ncar c Washing-' April 1
creased pay. icLols I"a month ,on nn HPllon trip ,bi,V. It Is a
r T,.. -N..I V.nlt nr mnr lrtcomo ' 'O monin. , . .. ...' . .. . ' nil ...rrl
board. Tho president of tho lino
explained ho owned 41 miles of
track between two terminal cities.
His fast passenger train covered the
distance In two hours.
Dot between tho two cities Is a
lard surfaced highway, and enter
prising, auto owners baro opened a
bus line. The highway, on a direct
route is llttlo more thsn SO miles
long, compared to tho railroad's 41.
Tho auto bus covers tho distance In
40 minutes, one hour and twenty
CHAS. J. CIZEK
HARD TO GKT GOOD FABRICS
bnt tbe cloths we' show are the pro
ducts of tbe best mills and are ex
clusive with us. Come In and see
tbem. You'll be Impressed with
their quiet good taste aud tbe char
otter of our tailoring fully eqnals
that of tbe fabrics as every food
pertaining to farm life. Interspcred
, . .. "II la nnn-Hnrlnrlnn n.i.t
-. i DEiun. r ur HOTiirni vrin inn Tnr' - - -. .-..... .,
Uno OI lUO, . . ..... ' .. . . lltlcnl mill Is llnvnlx.l whnllv n nrrl.
hn anlil nirnn.l n csl ervir, unucr ur. ituunann S Ul-1 -------- -- -----. -..-.., ........
no said, owned a culture and agricultural pursuits.
a few rods from thoi ..'..... ". . ' """""' i. i.. nnn ,ii.,i.,.,in . timt in nil
hii run hi lo lU0 BluuJr 0I natural uougias ur, . . " " l :,. .::":'"': '.
reforestation In tho northwest. He "" '"'' ', "' ' "n "
has found that most of tho young V . . . VL , '"' . nour '
fir growth coming In on burned'-over t S " "B.?T"r "L "l
areas Is not duo to seeding up by
occasional trees spared by tho tire,
but rather from seed burled In tho
duff of tho forest floor.
"In the Douglas fir region, tho
forests produco a heavy seed crop
every two or threo year?,
collect tho seed from tho cones In
largo quantities and bury tbem In
the duff and litter, where they!.Arji; - fU-
anmntlmna rnmnln fur .ovnrnl vonr. OlCrilIC U1CITI.
VWU.V.....V ..H.H w. VV... HI,
railroad station, and had run his
telegraph wire Into tho storo so ho
could handle his duties as dispatch
er and operator wnuo waiting on
customers. A second was described
as tho wlfo of a prosperous farmer.
She had her telegraph Una In tho
farm kitchen, tho president said. Of
tbe six operators, only ono was lo
cated In a town, and that was a vil
las of GOO population. Tho presi
dent said his road paid no dividends
and operated at a lots of 100,000
Hearing of tho more than 100
short lino coses, each of which Is
being taken up separately. Is ex
pected to continue for several
weeks. Decisions In all cases will
be handed down simultaneously.
will wear longer
RjdcntsJ cleaned frequently.
Pressing by steam
retaining their vitality until logging
lets In tbo light and warmth of the
sun, when they gormlnate and pro
duco a new stan of trees," wero
statements by Dr. Hotmann.
"So uniform Is tbo bohavlor of
tbo forest land of western Oregon
and Washington attar tbo original
stand of timber has been removed,"
says Dr. Hotmann, "that one can
prodlct with much certainty wheth
er or not a now stand will como In.
Desk for Present
PARIS, Oct. 2S. (By Mall)
rrcsiaeni .iijneranu, wno was aiami ttlso tho pcrcentago of species
deputy for 33 years from tho I'arls thol wm found." On several
"antique furoture" district, tho Kau-iocca,!,,,,, ,ho doctor has taken a
bourg St. Antolnc. soon will receive Bap of tbo logging operation of
as a present an e aborately carved l,ome compnny, ma&0 B teyr inquiries
desk from the people bo so long rcp-ftbout wben tbo dlfrorenl nreM wcro
resented in parliament. ,, d wnolner th nad bccn
His friends In that manufacturing k.....i -... ..... u . .........
decided that better than long speech- h w prcd,ctIon eoncernnB
Hats cleaned and
D. & M. Cleaning Co.
Office, 6th and Main.
Works, 23 Commercial.
Except that you never lose any time when you
eat in this cafe. We try to mako every Hccond
count from tho time you cive your dinner or
lunch order until it is placed before you.
Long waits in cafes sometimes ruin the vory best
appetites makes people out-of-sorts, and places
them in anything but an eating humor.
Nothing like that in this cafe! Quick service
aiid excellent rnenls that's tho combination!
You'll get it at tho
olutlons. tbe president would appre- ?ow 1Brow'a V lB" Tor,ou" un"
elate a good desk. So tho workmen Logging superintendents wero much
. . ' . ...... . . . . . surnrlicd on maklne a field lnvtvttl-
mought what they believed to be the$at 'on t0 ".n.d now c?'jr .pr-
best piece of furniture, for ono who ,""""" MU '" .....
lao Kruuou, until ir. iiaiDiaon ex
plained that the scientific principles
which made blm pretty suro In his
predictions bad been studied by the
forest service for many years at tho
works, that the famous old quarter
bad to offer,
Now that I have my home furnish'
ed I cob turn my attention to yours.
Tbe Furnisher of Happy Homes. 8tf
SHIP YOUR CASES
or parcels by our transfer
service. That will Insure
that they will be carefully
bandied and that they will
always reach boat or train
on time. We don't bellove
In any last minute ship
ments. We always got there
In plenty of time to make
sure tbo goods we carry will
not bo left behind.
Western Transfer Co.
410 Slain St.
"You Save Money''
says the Good Judge
And get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction, when you use
this class of tobacco.
This is because the full, rich,
real tobacco taste lasts so
long, you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often.
And a small chew gives more
real satisfaction than a big chew
of the ordinary kind ever did.
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
Eating Less Meat
(lly Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 10. Something
has reduced tho per capita consump
tion of meat In this country In the
past year, W. J. Carmlchsel, secre
tary of tbo national swlno growers
association said here, discussing the
"cat mora meat" movement be Is
endeavoring to set underway. -Ho
has called a meeting df livestock pro
ducers, livestock exchanges and i
packers for Chicago Dec. 2.
At this conferenco he proposes to
enlist all Interested In establishing!
a national organization to act a a
clearing house for meat men's dlffl-,
cullies of this nature. Among these
Is wlmt Mr. CarmJchael terms unfair!
,irnriftl-nnil!i rf.?iln.t mnn. '
THE RESPONSE WAS MARVELOUS
Folks, we're feeling mighty good today. There's a
reason for it. Listen! Last Thursday we advertised a
pre-inventory cut-price sale, along the same legitimate
mark-down lines that have always characterized our
sales, and the response to our advertisement was
simply marvelous! Our sales total was unparalleled.
It exceeded the total of any day we have experienced
during our career here, and we attribute this big day
to public confidence in our method of conducting sales
the public has learned that when we announce cut
prices we mean just what we say: That OUR "cut
prices" are cut prices any way you look at them.
propaganda against meat.
Vegetarianism Is making
headway In cortaln suctions," Mr '
Carmlchael said, "Imt a largo part
ui iiiu uuwuuau III Ilivui umillK uji-
pears duo to tho uso of meat siibstl-'
tutcs. Theso huve been encouraged
by advertising. We don't object to
people using subttlltues hut wu feel '
It very unfair for thorn to be led to
do so, as In some cases, by mlsload-'
Ing comparisons with mcut values." '
Reports of working men receiving '
high wages developing Into targui
meat eaters Mr. Carmlchael said '
held true only In some districts,
such as Oary, Ind. Meat consumption
for tho country as a whool fell off
8 pounds per Individual In the last
year, he said.
Egyptian Boys Seek
Our Price on
Is Only $4.00
know that we
an inferior shoe
in the house.
Revised to date to show all paved streets,
locktion of railroads, size of ajl lots and
blocks. Price $10.00.
Small size copies, 18x21 inches, price $1.00
Wilson Abstract Company
517 Main St.
LONDON, Oct. 28. (lly Mall)
The youths of Kgypt are showing a
preference for (Jerman and Austrian
education, reports Viscount Mllnor,
as high commissioner for that Ilrl
tish protectorate Ho says that an
unusually largo number of Kgypt
Ian young men are leaving homo at
present to study In Kuropo, chiefly
In Berlin and Vienna. Ho attributes
thin In part to tbo difficulty of ob
taining admission to the overcrowd
ed universities of Great Hrltaln but
also to political motives and to re
ports of cheapness and gaiety of llfo
VKNZUHLA SKKKH OAHIf
J'JIOM KUHOI'JVH 1IAMCS
THH IIAOUB, Oct. 27. (Uy Mall)
Venezuela Is now making sorlous
efforts to intorcot Ruropoan capital
m Its resources. With this object In
view, tbe country has Hcnt Zumotu,
Inspector of consulates, to Holland
and to negotiate with Dutch capitalists.
ing to continue
this sale for a
short time at
least. We are
not going to
dwell upon the
dation upon which our business was built. But we do
want to impress you with the fact that you can save
money by buying your shoes from us now.
Ladies' shoes, men's shoes, children's shoes, Luxite
hosiery. Anything you want in Jhat line.
This sale is legitimate; it's a money saver; it's a
heap of satisfaction, and we guarantee satisfaction to
everyone who buys from us. All the fall and winter
styles. We have 'em. Watch our windows.
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