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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1921)
MAIUM, , J, 1MI.
It's Sheer Nonsense
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, QBEGON
OltlOAdO, March 18, Parmers'
orRiuiUntlon! nf tlio United HtntPH
today uro officially rotisldorlnK Oto
most futonnlvn roiiporutlv'o market
lug iiliuiM In lliu history at tlm coun
try. Two woll dovnlopnl projects for
liiindlliiK grain already lmvn boon
wnrkad out and urn now liolntr jiru
Hnntnd tu fanniirH. If ndopli'il, tliuy
will i:o Into offocl thin summer. Ef
fort, nro liulng made to unlto th two
farm groups concerned on a slnglo
Tim final ratification mooting for
thn liroador of tho plans -which In
cludes thu handling of all Krnln, Im
Not for April 0 liora. Tho othor org
nnltntlon, which concerns itself
only with wheat In already signing
On April 7 tho first working moat) j
Ins of a national livestock market
Ing committed will bo hold boro. Its
object Is to dovolop a national llvo-
iitock marketing plan.
Colncldontally with thorns two
meetings, fruit growers of tho coun
try will hold a confercneo in Chi
cago, at which consideration will be
given tho possibility of national co
Tho national plans for marketing
of wheat and livestock are tho cul
mination of much local and soctlonal
cooporatlvo enterprlso already os
tabllihod by farmers.
Tho prlmo movers In tbo plana
mentioned aro tho American farm
bureau fodoratlon and tho wheal
grower' association of America.
Iloth organisations aro developments
J of tho Init fow year.
Tho "wheat Htrlko" of Ut year
first attracted attention to tho
wheat' growers' association, which
haa Ita headquarters at Wichita, Kan
With tho amlitnnco of Aaron Bnplro,
n California mnrketlnK expert, It has
workod t a system anil Is pushing
a contract campaign In tho wheat
raising states, In Kansas effort Is
being mado to sign up 50,000,000
bushels, or about half tho crop, In
a wheat pool. x ,
Tho general grain and livestock
fharWotlng plans aro those In which
tho Amyrlcan farm bureau federation
has taken the lead. Tho federation
was permanently organized only a
year ago, on tbu foundation of tho
county farm bureaus, already long
The grain raarkstlag plaa. which
has the federation's support and Is
to bo presented to farmers in the
' Hnui stiles between now and
April , Is tho outcome of six
Months' work. It waa drawn up
by farmers and other exports under a
committee of 17 with C. If. Gustaf-
son, of Lincoln, Nob., chairman. Aa
head of a big cooperative organisa
tion pf farmers In Nebraska, Mr
. Ousta'son naa aireauy mawo
cess In this field.
-Auto Shortage '
Hirt-i,.... i- MnAiillnr llnlf 111 tho
automobile buslnoss." Every spring
there Is Increased demand for motor
ears. A shortago results. Usually
thero aro not enough to go around.
Tho purchaser who plans to buy one
typo of car must often change his
choice or suffer a long wait for do
livery. "This samo condition will bo truo
this year. And thoso with common
sento are profiting by previous ex
'porlenco to avoid Inconvonlcnco to
thoraielves. No matter when they oxv
poet to tako delivery of their cars,
they aro placing orders now so as to
be aura of what they want when thoy
"Tho manufacturer cannot toll Just
.u bin nf ear you want and Just
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when you will docwo. no ..,u
give yoU complete Intelligent and
satisfying sorvlco until you toll him.
Bo ho producoa a conservatlvo num
ber ot caw and then bases furthor
manufacture on ordora that begin to
eomo in. Whether yotf.get yours n
tho first or tho seconctelasa la up to
you." This season's moVloIa aro now
woll established. Their Qualities havo
boon toiled 'In sorvlco. Thoro will ho
'no chango in tho next fow months.
...vrrm.MI imAD IS WIOMIHKI)
.ttncMn rr.. March 18. Tho
, last bad spot on tho McKonilo river
a. highway botwoon Eugene and niuo
rlVo'r, a distance of 45 miles, will
bbllrolnatod thlBprlng or In tho
n'.iv Bummor. nccordlnB to Charlo
Nonl, rond suporvlaor.
This bad road Is Just west of Illuo
Tlvor. Alroady tho suporvlaor has a
crow of raon and toama at York nnd
oxpecU t9 havo tbo highways graded
nnil'ii'urfacodby0io tlmo heavy sum
mor trafflo begins. Tho work will
nocnisltato somo changes In tho right
of v.'ny and men Arn at work clear
In;; out thu now roulii,
IIKI'LACI.Vd ltAIl,-OH HOW!
When tho outlet an 1 Inlut of tho
wntor Hjntem am clnso togothor, It
Is oftmi difficult tu got tho rubber
hoso that connects tho two In placo.
Ily Idiildiig up tho hoso, bending It
In thn middle, tlio two ends will slip
over "rntlior easily,
VANCOUVKIt, II. 0 March 18
An oiiclncctrV license, to nnliln hor
to operate nnd cdutrol n ilonkny nna
Ino, hnn boon Issuod to Miss l.nr
rnlno Mcllaln, of Vancouver. Hho Is
thu first woman In Hrltlsh Columbia,
and probably nil Cnnada to secure
such n llconso.
Miss Mcllaln, who Is 111 years old,
plans to llvo with hor stepfather at
IIIiiikIuii Harbor on tho northern
coast and oporato a logging camp.
In 1901 England wrotu for tho
flrit tlmo tho modorn flro, theft nnd
public liability Insurancu on com
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WAQON LOADS OF NEED LIKE THIS IN POLAND aro acommonplar
sight on hundreds of ronds In Rurupe. More tlinn 1 ,303,1)00 Polish children
received free Amerlcun meals every day during the height of lust winter. This
winter tlio situation will undoubtedly be worse, us It will be In Austria and
ether portions left economically dazed by war. To prevent the greatest tragedy
to children that the world has etur known right great American organisations,
nnder the name of the European Itellcf Council, are seeking 133,000,000 far
food and medical assistance.
Tho building of macadam roads
has been abandoned In Maryland.
Advertising pays. Try it and mo.
If you aro looking for something
advertise for it In the classified col
umns of Tbo Herald.
to declare that
tailored to or
der clothing costs
too much. Think
of the extra cloth,
the extra 'tylb,
the extra rit..ariq
the extra --wear
you get for your
money, if your ap
parel is made by me. Besides how do you
know what the expense will be until you
come and learn. Do so and you'll be pleas
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
Women s Spiring
The variety and extensiveness of the
suitable things for women and misses we
have provided for Easter will be a pleasing
surprise for next week's shoppers. A "visit
to this ladies' store will certainly be a treat
whether you come to buy or not.
HATS IN NEWEST PATTERNS
That make your selection of an Easter bon
net here a real pleasure. Created by designers
of the most artistic millinery. The new hat
takes precedent in the Easter outfit.
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LATEST IN DRESSES AND SUITS
An attractive assortment of the most pleas
ing and desirable patterns in dresses and suit
models. Plain and fancy to suit the most par
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In plain, plaid and striped patterns something be
1 coming for every type of figure--a particularly wide
assortment and at prices that make them most won
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The latest in newness cape and draped models in
the latest weaves and all colors. All sizes, but it is
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A captivating array, distinctive and attractive.
Blouses embroidered and lace trimmed, made with
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Newest creations in
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plain and open. Splen
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bloomers in flesh tints,
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and well made.'