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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
R J. MUIIIIAY. JMItor
FIIKI) HOUI.l! . City IMIior
Published dally oxcopt Sunday, by
The ltornlil Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, nt 119 Eighth Street.
Entered nt tho postoffleo nt Kla
math Falls, Ore, tor transmission
through tho malls ns second-class
Right in the Neck!
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MKM1IKH OK Till: ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Press Is oxcluslrolr
entitled to tho use for republication
ot nil now dlspntchos credited to It,
or not otherwise credited la this
paper, nnd also tho local nows pub
rnnAY, FKimrAiiY -i, 1021.
C. T. IVtrloy with his surveying
crow has been busy surveying in tho
Shasta View irrigation district tho
past few days which looks moro Ilka
business and brings n smlto to the
faces of thoso who havo waited pa
tiently for so long nnd wo hopo their
dreams will como true In the near
Snow and moro snow every dny
helps to keep up th spirits ot tho
dry ranchers above tho high line and
they are still going to try and help
feed oven thoso who yet cannot real-
lzo thnt tho rancher Is ho ono who
eaves their liven.
Tho ladles ot the Helping Hand
were entertained by Mrs. O. E. Hunt
Wednesday. Those presont were Mes
dames, Crandall, McComb, Dram
hall, Daniel. Fogle. Miller, llalley.
Wilson and Miss Hatch, and they
busied themselves t Icing n comfort
nnd piecing blocks. Tho next meeting
will bo at tho homo ot Mrs. Km ma
Wilson, Wednesday, February 9th.
nt which time clothing will be
brought and repaired. If necessary,
to bo sent to tho needy women and
children of Dohemla. Anyone Inter
ested como forward and help. 'Each
member will also furnish one or
more blocks for a comfort to be made
at this tlmo for tho same purpose.
Joe Kotcra nnd wife are rejoicing
over the "arrival of a baby daughter
at their homo.
W. Crandall recently stepped on a
rusty nail and his foot Is giving him
considerable trouble. We trust ho
will soon recover with no serious re
Tno rabbit drive Saturday near
Ernest Taylor's was qulto a success
ns 31 G rabbits were killed. Thcro
were only, about twonty flvo peoplo
there and. some have expressed a de
sire to attend and asked tho peoplo
If they will have another at tho
same placo Sunday, Feb. Gth. which
It has been decided to do. Sand
wiches and coffco will be served.
Tho directors ot the Shasta View
Irrigation district held their month
ly meeting at C. M. Klrkpatrlck's
The houso owned by Mr. Kinney
on, tho Wm. McCIuro placo was de
stroyed by flro Friday evening. Wo
have not beon able to learn any particulars.
MUA. SYliVIA KUHTKII, ' H"'
fold, N. Y., wlm ( fl" wl'"
the itiuM k lli 'ory I"""" ',,u,
jell liow Tnnlao xiHtlt'ly Matur
ed lior luNillli nfler "I"' l""1 l,",,
nit lioM' of out bolnjr l iiKiiln-
Hereafter Tho llnrniu w v
tho moan and maxlimnn tunporn.
res and precipitation record tnk.
, by the U. H. IttHiluiiintlnii "ervlco
station, Publication win nir .....
day previous to the paper Issue, up
to C o'clock of tho day.
That's whore tho London tots rldo when they go out to tho zoo for a
camel trip. Children nro allowed to rldo all tho tnmu animals nt tho
."Purchasing by n governmental
agency Is never as flexible and sen
sitive to tho market ns Is freo pri
vate buying. Ulterior considerations
may affect policies. Thus tho heavy
llritlsh buying In tho American mar
ket, the primary cause ot tho high
lovel reached by wheat In May nnd
June, was at least In part duo to
fear ot n coal strike fn tho Unltod
' They had given up all hope of my
ever being well again but thanks to
Tnnlac t am feeling as well now us
1 ever felt In my life ami I only with
I had time to go to overy homo and
tell every sick person about Itili
"A year ago last January I had a
severe attack of Influenza which left
mo In a terribly weakened condition
nnd my appetite was no poor that I
nte little more thnn miouKh to keep
body and soul together.
"My heart palpitated dreadfully
at times ttiut It seemed like II had
Mopped altogether and 1 would think
my tlmo had come. I was so weak
Kingdom and consequent dlfflcul
1,1.... ......... . I.. ........... ,. t.f f ittlitit mi mi (tin .Intl. with
Wheat production. In the United "" " ""' ..UK" ", ,. ,. u"' - ZZJ . ".
I(ui uu uimeci'isar), una waa no wm ,. ..., w.. ... . ..,. . "--
doubt a Justifiable policy on the' Impossible for mo to do any houw.
part of tho llritlsh Government, but work. I was so nervous that I couldn't
It served to force tho prlco of wheat drink my tea or coffeo without spill
to artificial levels, inado hlghor byilnglt.
tho tact that tho railways 'of the "My sleop was resile and broken
United States woro not able, at that 'and I would havo smothering spells
States In 1920 again exceeded that
ot any other nation, amounting to
787,000,000 bushels, or 100,000,000
moro than tho prowar avcrago and
twice as much as was raised by any
othor country for which statistics
aro available, according to tho Na
tional" Hank of Commerce in New
York. The aggregate output of thoso
countries declined .71.600.000 bush
els below prowar averages, whllo nt
tho samo tlmo this country's crop
Max. Mln. cl
Jan 3 & '
Jan 3 3 "
Jan i "
Jan S - 31 "
Jan rt 3
Jan 7 3
Jan. H 21 3
Jan l 31 13
Jan 10 33 14
Jnu U 3 ,'
Jan 13 30 30
Jan 13 311 30
Jan II 31 35
Jan If. I" 2"
Jan 1 3B 31
Jan 17 II 35
Jan 1 ....-.. 33 30
Jan 19 33 30
Jan. 20 35 10
Jan 21 21 13
Jan 22.. - 31 3
Jan 23 30 7
Jan 31 33 35 0.
Jan 26 2 30
Jan 26. 36 8.1
Jan 27 43 33 '
Jan 3S 37 21
Jan 29. ..... 29 39
Jan 30 . .. 13 13
Jn 31 .. 35 17
Feb 1 39 27
Feb 3 4 3 34 J
Feb 3 .11 2"
- Sfc .
TIIAt'll F.S 10.000 CUIKSIM.
Protestor John Hlrnub, dean of
men, has btum teaching (Week III lh
I'nlverslty of Oregon for moro than
twimcoro years and In that time II
Is rstlmuted that ho has taught 40.-(
The Aspirin Situation
Don't Bo Deceived
by Aspirin ndvortlanmmit,, )()
by those who ok t dUen,di
Aspirin Tablet except tin,,,, ' '
by them. n,c
Tho Factt Arc
that wn regularly handle
iunntl(lo of Aspirin U. n t.0i
Iota thnt wn know'arn pq,,' .
(lonulno and full strength, n"
nro rigidly toalod br fr,(
chemists, and are uut uul
firm f Ihe very hlghett .Utmi.,'
thn United Drug Compauy 0f .
Ion. Wo, as Itotnll Druid,!. ,,'
their excluslvn agent, M '
Tim Aspirin patent nprtj L
1917, and any oim tan now a
Aspirin and sell it under that eien
Aspirin U. I). Ct Tldi, , p,
up In park ago of i:. jj',
1 00', Tho prlco iii(Mort tt
tlmro Is no profiteering in int
Drug Company buslneu matkodi.
Star Drug Co.
Fifth ftiitl Malit HI..
llATTI.KHIIIP HI! I.I, HI''U3
WAHHINOTON. Feb 4.
battleship remains thn bail( 0( tH
lower and thoso arguini that U
airplane and auhmarln haia ft
planted It aro asking lb toMr;
to accept Iiojmi for ccomli
ment," the navy general boirj M
In rHirt tu lUtretarr lunltli
150 ton, good Clean alfalfa k;; (
inllea from town. Can t Irj oa ,it
premlaeo Call at Jlno ,u,tr
time, to movo tho stocks ot wheat
then available tor tho market.
Governmental purchnslng in its
and would Just have to get up and go
to the window so I could breathe.
"I finally started taking Tnnlac on
very nature has a tendoncy to cause tho advice of a friend and before I
buying In largo units, so that entry i had finished taking the second hot
was noarly 150,000,000 bushels less,0' an Important government buyer tlo my neighbors could tell I was lm-i
than tho 1919 record. tho bank ,ni " markct r withdrawal from
shows in tho February number of Itt ," ' "kcly ,0 cnUf0 abnormal flue-
magaxlno. Commerce Monthly. tuatlons In prices. Mnroovcr, com-
"Beforo tho war," says Commerce ! pctl,,on ,n ,ho l,t'nso ln which Eu-
Monthly. "tho Ilusslan. Kmniro led , ropo '"fnicrly competed for the sur-
the world both In acreage plantod nlus whcat of tho world, docs not at housework la a real pleasure and 1
In wheat nnd In total production., lh! ,lmo M,,t 'can sleep llkn a child at night. In
proving right along. Well, U ha on'
ly taken flvo bottle to restore my
"My appetlto V Just splendid now
my nerves nro strong and steady, my
CORVALLIS, The campaign for
membership for the Honton county
furm bureau has started.
"It does not follow thnt ollralna- fact, I never felt better In my life
tlun of government control abroad, than I do now."
or tho erection In tba United States Tho abovn remarkable stntetnent
and Canada of a governmental agen- was tnado by Mrs. Sly via Foitcr. of
cy to represent tho sellers would , 200 8, Division fit . Iluffalo. N. Y. a
favorably affect tho prlco of wheat, well-known and highly respected jo
lt removal of the bread subsidy In sldent of that city.
European countries woro to result l ' Tnnlac Is sold ln Klamath Fall by
an Increased prlco for broad in Star Drug Co . In lorella br James
practically all of tho wheat onterlngi thoso countries tho Immcdlato effect Merc. Co. nnd In Merrill bv South.
tho cnternatlonal market camo fromwuId bo curtailed whoat consutnp- cm Oregon Drug Co. Adr.
tho United States and Canada. Ex- tlon. Do-control in Europo, or cs- m
Llttlo is now known of tho actual
situation ln tho grain-growing areas
of Ilussla, but political uncertainty
and disorganized transportation ap
parently mako tho conclusion cortal"
that Russia cannot became a factor
In tho grain market during tho next
"During tho last halt of 1920
150 tons good cloan alfalfa hay; 6
miles from lown. Can bo fed on our
premises. Call at Moo's store. 4
fifed in fresh
And a cup of
7dfie famed Owen
ports of wheat Including flour, dur
ing the last six months ot 1920
from tho United States and Canada
exclusive of tho movement botween
tho two countries, wcro moro than
240,000,000 bushels, compared with
170,000,000 bushels from July 1
to December 31, 1919. Although
thero aro wldo fluctuations in tho
wheat crops of Canada and the
United States, they aro both to bo
described as dependable wheat pro
ducors. The only Important freo
wheat markets of tho world aro
thoso of tho United Statos and Can
"Tho Impoverishment of Europo
as a result of tho war has brought
about an extromo degree of gov
ernmental control of tradlnc ln
wheat and ffbur. Tho motlvo of
this control has been, twofold. On
tho one hand It was foil necessary
to regulate tho cost of bread, to
protect tho pcorer part of tho pop
ulatlon from exploitation during
tho difficult porlod of adjustment
following tho war. This could not
bo done, howevor, unless at tho
samo tlmo tho supply rtiuld bo as
sured. Tho various European gov
ernments were thus obliged to bo
como buyers of wheat in the in
ternational market, and to guaran
tee tho prlco of tho domostlc crop
with tho definite policy of ausum-
Ing part of tho cost ot bread if thin
should bo nocossary. Tho bread
subsidy has Indcod proved costly
where It has been in offoct.
"Tho second motlvo has beon pre
vention ot unnecessary Imports
Governmental control over imports
has brought as Its corollaries prlco
rationing, and tho resultant uso of
In sovoral countries, requisitioning
regulation of domostlc crops, and
substitutes, eithor becauso of inabil
ity to secure wheat flour, or actual
jeguiatlons. In all tho important
importing countries of Europo, tho
Unltod Kingdom, Franco, lialv.
Belgium, tho Netherlands. Qermanv.
Switzerland, Spain nnd Portugal.
ovorsoan purchases aro mndo bv cov.
tnbllshmont of control In soiling F1IWT (SltADL'ATE NIMVIXIH.
countries, would not increase pur- , . . . .. . .
chasing power of decrease supply. , Jo,,n Clork '"'" the first gra
,,... ..... ' Ito of tho Pnlverslty of Oregon
Conditions beyond tho cron voari ..... .
1920-21 cannot oven be coniet.." !. , T'T"' ,"" """,arr
The dominant factors which w7,r " of a larg.e Insurance com
rinnii ,iir.ni.... i.... ., .il'any
are low purchasing' power and the' - -
pollcyof governmental regulation $hSm&m"
and control, whleh hn a.,.h..i A '''il.
--... .. ..nu,.U.
from it. In tho normal courso of
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Parties ewing: accounts to The
Palace Grocery and Klamath De
partment Store, will please call at
Klamath Department Store Friday
or Saturday and. 'make arrange
ments to take care of same. I will be
there with books.
F. M. GARICH
Trustee H. H. Jenkins
events im thn ITnlln.l Utnln. inn..
Ingly bocomes an Industrial country, J
and population grows, whoat ox-J
ports will tend to decline, as tho V
best wheat aroas of this country V
aro now under cultivation."
Pjjzes for Twins
And Triplets Born
On Ripe Olive Day
OIIOVII.LK, Cal., Fob. 4. Pro
dlctlonH by Professor Charlos Kirs
choff of Milwaukee, mndo January
25, that tho country Is to sco a vast
increaso In tho birth of twins, trip
lots and quadruplets duo to conjunc
tion of astronomical bodies, was fol
lowed by tho announcement hero by
tho California Illpo Ollvo Day Asso
ciation thnt prlzoa will await some of
theso plural births .All twins, trip
lets and quadruplets born In Califor
nia on February 21, which has beon
proclalm6d by dovornor Stephens as
Illpo Ollvo Day, will bo In lino for
Ono condition attaches, that Is,
that tho numo Ollvo, Ollvor, Olivia,
Ollplmnt shall bo given thn children.
A S50 prizo will ho given to all twins
filling theso conditions,.! 150 to trip
lots, $200 to quadruplets.
SALTCM, Governor Olcott, who
liari been absent from his office for
sovoral days following a minor opera
tion has rosumed his executlvo duties.
150 tons 'good cloan nlfnlfn hay; 0
miles from town, Can bo fed on pur
premises, Call nt Moo's store, i
Let us call your attention to our motte:
V It is the aim of this market to SVA .. u. l.. ...
V Km ' ., c u i , "u M,t3 oc,c inac.money i
t buy in meat, f,sh and poultry at the lowest Do..ibleN nrice and
t I K " T f 8ervice' 0r Hundred, of K
A w,,,cr8 ie" e ory of our success.
A R94 M: Ca .
j "- Phone. 68 and 69
i Hh SANITARY MARKET