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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
B. J. HURRAY .Editor
iltKD1 BOULH ... City lMH?r
Pnbllshed dally except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falli, at 118 Eighth 8 1 root.
atered at the postotflco' at Kla
math Falls, Ore., for transmission
through the mails aa econd-clas
member of thb associated
The, Associated Presa Is exclusively
entitled to tho, use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It,
or not otherwise orodlted In this
paper, and also the local news pub
FRIDAY, AI'IUli 8, 11UI.
FIST ON H
PORTLAND, April 8. Old-tlmo
prospectors, essentially tbo products
of the frontier, are becoming scarce
T. A. Rlckard, odltor or a San Fran
cisco mining publication declared In
a talk hero last night before tho
Third International Mining Congress
The wireless telegraph, tho prohibi
tion law, new land acts and railroad
grants all ha'vo helped tho "sour
dough" prospector off the world mill
ing atago, he declared.
A plea for the well-tried pick was
made by Mr. Rlckard. "1 am prepar
ed to bollcTO honest scientific inves
tigation will devise a way of obtain
ing guldaneo for miners by detecting
and measuring tho emanations, re
sistances and other Intangible ro
rtlnnn of matter on matter to Indi
cate presonco of ore underground," i
he said. "Meanwhile It remains for
prospectors to use methods on which
be can rely, rather than wasto time
and break bis hoart on schemes elttt
er fraudulent or Incohato. Tho coro
drlll and the diamond bit are well
tried tools; the shaft and prospect
bole will not deceive; after all tho
best Instrument of divination is tho
pick. There Is Intelligent curiosity In J
the point of It; tnero is sirengm in
the. handle of It; there Is rhythm In
the swing of It. Do not be too readly
pcriuadedto discard it tor new fr ang
led tools of exploration."
Describing the passing of the prosx
pector. Mr. Rlckard sal dtbat first
of all most of the easily found rich
lodes have been located and large,
low-grade deposits for which mining
engineers are seeking today are un
attractive to the prospoctor because
he cannot wor kthem himself.
"In the old days tho prospector
could count on discovering ore so
rich that ho could reallre on It." Mr.
Rlckard added. "If he neoded a llttlo
capital ho got It fiom tho local mer
chant or saloon-keeper.
"The kind of man that makes a
good prospector Is becoming rare be
cause ho was essentially he product
of the frontier; he was physically
strong, self-reliant, adventurous and
optimistic. Ho hated to work for
wages, because he loved Independ
ence; so he roamed the unexplored
wilderness with a quiet mind. Now
bis successor cares less for tbo soli
tudes and more for the hectic life
of the noisy city.
"Moreover tho unknown possibili
ties of discovery beyond the frontier
have retreated from centers of popu
lation. The wireless has extended Its
Rabbit Drive At
DORUIS, Cal., April 8. Sunday's
rabbit drlvo will bo near tho Harry
Mitchell ranch In tho Oklahoma coun
try, according to ndvlcos rocolvcd
yestorday from that vicinity. Thv
Mltcholl Vane his located nbout nine
mllcB cast from Dorris.
Tho Y and O lltornry club combin
ed Us program with tho mooting for
tho organization of a Chambor of
Commerce Wulnosday ovonlng. A
larger number of Iocol folk attend
ed than has been customary, most
of them roninlnlng aftor tho Cham
ber of Oommerco meeting to hear tho
musical and lltorary program rend
ered by tho club membors.
Vocal solos by Mrs. Horman llor
covlch nnd Mr. Frod Rogers wero
highly appreciated as was a duet by
Mrs. Doth Chaso and Miss Lola Fox i
A dobato on tho question "Resolved j
that tho plan for world penco sur
gestcd by President Wilson would be
n workable proposition," was tho fea
ture of tho evening. Tho negative
team captnlnod by Clifford Sovlts
won tho unanimous doclslon. Park
Sherman lead tho nfflrmntlve de
baters. Mrs. II. "W. Mitchell was a visitor
In town yesterday, having drlvon In
from tho Mitchell ranch In tho Ok
A carpenter is nt work remodeling
tho front of tho postofflce. The
building is owned by George Otto and
probably will bo tho location of the
postoftlco after the new postmaster Is
J. C. Thompson, Klamath Falls
manager for tho" California-Oregon
Power company, was In Dorris on
business Wednosday aftornoon.
Poets must suffer befovo thoy can
wrlto, says a philosopher. Aftor that
tho public suffers.
It's hard for a man to pass money
thnl ho sees lying on tho sidewalk
especially If It counterfeit.
Hmo You Scon Kelly today?
t.. i mi mill.
In Better Dairies
(Special to the Herald)
MALIN, April 8. A public moot
ing at which E. H. Thomas, county
agricultural agent, will urge tho co
operation of local fanners In pur
chasing dairy stock, will bo hold In
tho Malln ball horo next Sunday af
tornoon. Tho meeting will bo called
about 2 o'clock.
Mr. Thomas will attempt to'por-
suado tho farmers that puro bred'1
dairy cattle pay horo, and will cn-j
courage buying tho best stock only.
Dairying has not been practiced hero'
very largely yet, but it is expected
It will bo a successful way of market
ing tho hay, and at tho same tlmo de
crease the llkllbood of experiencing
another situation llko tho present,
when crops cannot be sold.
Equity No, IMS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
STATU OF OREGON FOR KLA
Stale Land Board of State- of Ore Ore
eon: Plaintiff, vs. Robert L. Malone
and Eva Malona Defendant.
TO RODERT L. MALONH, one of
tho above named Defendants:
IN THB NAME OF THB STATH
OF OREGON: You are hereby sum
moned and roqulrod to appoar and
answer tho complaint filed against
you In tho nbovo ontltled suit, with
in six weeks from the dato of tho
first publication of this Summons In
Tho Evening Herald, a nowifJrpcr
printed and published In Klamath
County. Oregon, which said first dato
Is tho 25th. , day of February. A. D.
And you will take notlco that If
you fall to appear and answer, or
othcrwlso plead within said time, the
plaintiff, for want thereof, will ap
ply to tho abovo entitled court for
tho relief prayed tor In Ita complaint,
For Judgment against you Robert
L. Malone and against Eva Malone
for and In tho sum of $450.00 with
Interest thereon from tho 12th. day
ot Novombor, A. D, 1917, at the
rato ot six per cent per annum: And
for tho further sum of One Hundred
Dollars as Attorney's fees: And
for Its costs and disbursement hero here
in: , And for a decree foreclosing the
mortgage given by you and Bra Ma
lone to tho plaintiff upon the fol
lowing described premises, to-wlt:
Uoon tho SEU ot the NW: Tho
W or the NttH an dthe SEU ofi
tho NEU of section 19. In Township
41 South, Range 14 East of the
Willamette Mcrodlsn, is Klamath
And foreclosing you and the de-l
fondant Eva Malone, and all persons
claiming, or to claim, by through or
under you, or either of you, of all
right, title, Interost, claim, lien or
oqutty In nnd to nil and every part
and parcol of said described real ee-.
tato and ordering tho real property
abovo described to be sold by the
Shorlff ot Klamath County, Oregon,
In tho manner provided by law gov
erning sales ot reaj property on ex ex
ecuteon: This summons li published pur
suant to an order ot the Honorable
D. V. KuykendaM. Judgo ot the Cir
cuit Court ot the Stato ot Oregon for
Klamath County, which order Is
dated tho 23rd. day ot February, A.
CHARLES J. FEROUSON
Attorney for Plaintiff, Loorals Build
ing; Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Feb 25 Mar. 4-11-18-25 A 1-8
jf NEW ARRIVALS OF THB SBASON'H CORRECT
STYLES ARE I1UINO RE0KIVE1) BVEIIY FEW DAYS.
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OREOON Tonight, fair; Friday,
fair and warmor, heavy frost In the
m L.iiii L i-i-i xj 1-J ra
7th and Main
A novel warning sign has boon
oroctml nt n railroad crowing In Han
Antonio consisting of ii platform
eight foul nbovo the ground, upon
which Is vlacml n wrecked nutomo
bllo which flgurod In n fatal accident
1 or that road some tlmo ago and
i which resulted In tho death of two
occupants of the car. A sign under
' tho platform bears thn words, "Did
' tho Driver ot This Stop Lok, Lis
' Tho high quality of success that
follows advertising In the c)asslt14
column of Tho Horald Is dna to the
.Intelligence ot Its readers.
Makes of Auto
Reed Auto Supply Co.
lllli. Ht. Near Mitln
The Aspirin Situation
Don't Bo Deceived
by Aspirin ndvorllsemonts bolng ruu
bv thoso who soek to dwcrodlt nil
Aspirin Tablets except thono modo
The Facts Are
that we 'rogularly handle largo
quantities of Aplrln U. D. Co. Tub
loin that wn know uro Puro and
(lonulno and full Mtrongth. Thoy
aro rigidly touted by flrst-clawi
chemists, and are put out by a firm
ot tho vory hlgheht standing, the
United Drug company of Boston.
Wu. aa Roxttll Druggist, nro tholr
uxcluslvo agents In Klamath Falls.
Tho ABplrln patont oxplrud In
1917, und anyone can now mako
Aspirin und soil It under that name.
Aspirin U. I. Co. Table are put
up In packages of 12'it 24'a and
100's. Tho prlcn Is modorato, for
them Is no profiteering In United
Drug companjr business methods.
STAR DRUG CO.
FIFTH AM) MAIN HTRKETH
Klamath Fall Oregon.
The cars that go
and get back.
Prartlrul painting, gliding, bront
Ing, enameling, knlsomlnlng. wall
tin pur cleaning and gonoral con
tracting II. C. TUTHILL
IMimin 183 526 Oak St.
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Modesty keeps some people from'
telling tho naked truth.
Lord Reading, tho now Viceroy of,
India, rolinqnisnou a privuio u
practice worth $150,000 n year to
enter public life
Invisible tentaclos Into remote parts
of the wilderness. Any dlscovory Is,
blazoned In tho press Immediately,
bringing a mob of psoudo-prospectors
and speculators who piastor the
ground with notices of location. Tho
prospector finds tho mining law falls
to .protect his ground, ho may be In
conflict with cattlo-men or may bo
told bo has located on railroad land.
"Moreovor thoy have taken his
whisky from, him and this Is no
Joko. It wub bis ono rolnxatlon, tho
crown of his emotional Ilfo. To tho
old-timer a bottlo of whisky was an
essential as a pick and a hammer.
The 18th Amondmont to him Is a
rank Injustico; ho Is ready to quit
and he does. And what becomos of
him. I do 'not know."
Another Big Slash in Prices
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
And you will be surprised when you see tho class of goods you aro
getting at the following prices:
Lot 1 75 DRE8SES In Satins, Messallno, Trlcotlno, Charmuse,
Taffeta, Canton, Crepes and other materials. Prices from $13.50
rot 2 JERSEY SUITS In two tone effdctB nnd Scotch Heather
Jersey f 10.50 to 923.80, all colors.
Lot 3 JERSEY COATS special at $8.75, all colors.
Lot 4 50 DLOU8E8, all the latest creations, 80.50 to 813.50.
Cot 5 -100t SPRING HATS, also sailors, prices 88.50 to 810.50.
Lot 6 SPORT SKIRTS, 80.50. In Baronet Satin, Plain Satin,
Jerge and all-wool. '
Ladle you will save Just one-half buying those specials, como and
look them over. '
You walk an extra block or two, but It means monoy savod for
you. ' '
WhitePelican Sample Millinery
Coat, Suit and Dress Shop
, , , u atkt sit. NHS fl66ft TO MONDALE THEATRE
Open Saturday-until 10:30 j. m. ' Union Shop.
PRICES OF KODAKS
Have been REDUCED. A complete
And high quality of print made
upon genuine Velox paper 24 hour
service. Take your films to
Things That Can't
'(nmlinv Hand Lotion HOC
Nylotln Cold Cream -.wC n U.itrtUi Nyats Hand Lotion 40c
Nyals Faco Cream OOc Uc IJUUgftl .Hind's Honey and Almond
!" M " '" d- 'IZl, ;, nnnibU to buy power ?' lM ana : ""7":S
UBggeil jinmsaciiB ouu nuu .......... .......u r- -, . . . iniiiuiiiun
Palmollvo Cold Cream Oo hut not respect position, OUt Oriental Cream i-ao
Cocoa Butter cold tream .- FvIv follOWerSt OUt Maurmo iioauiy .. -
Sautbb'a vCold Cream Oc not loyally roiiuwcioj Donna Viva - J1
RnirntKH Cbarmls Cream 50c
nj n.khA r.ii rrum KOr
lieu roiiioi viwiu w.w-... ................. ---
Ingram's Milkweed Cream, 1.20 and ....58c pfeClOUS tflingi
Hniro Powdor - "o
'Amolln. JOc and - 80o
Volvotlna Powdor 50c
not friends. In fact, the most hj f
precious ... . .- . rVorlnramt.
Pond's Vanishing Cream 75c and 40c JX truth IS nowhere HlOrC Odorono',"'5e and -
Woedbury's Facial Cream OOc """ " .... , .w A .1). H. Doodora ac
vcivelina vanianms wmra VlVlUly eXKuMUll l icu mi Kvnrsweoi - "
Cremo Eleaya ...";!!"'.'."." 70c the drug shop.
Mary aardon vanisning uream ; rrr writ
Rouge I GOOD WILL
pompoian Dioom IS a very valuable asset in me Deoilatories
J.B."3IZZZIZZZZ3K practice of pharmacy-yet it DomlrftclB iM
LZJ is overlooked by many deal- K-i
Mary aardon Rouge 70c fnexr strife for qUlCR Modilno - -flJW
Rosallno .. ......45c x Uazlp's Powdor Oe
Veda Roso Rougo 50c profits. Dolatono - 81.21)
Face Powder. ' Immediate profit has never - " ,0
Nyiotis Faco Powder ooc been our chief aim, for we Freckle Creams
Day Dream Faco Powder ...75c innrrnied Mlvln Cream OOc
Djerkiss. 5c and 8i-o realize that the tncreasea BtlroBn., Fr0ckie croam mo
Pussywillow ........;.......... " 'hiiintn tlihich comes to US Volvetlna Frocklo Croam 50o
Pompelan Beauty Powder ....OOc bUSineSS WniCn Comes lO , ua pgro FrockIo CtMn
Armand's Faco Powdor, 60c and 8100 because of Quality goods and Otblno, Doublo Btrongth 810
Throo Flower -Oo ccmmo , o ,, Borry'B Frocklo Olntmont Jc
Java Rice Powder 00c 8uperlor SCrVlCe Will enable Maurlno Frocklo Croam SOc
Talcums profit to take care or ttseir. "- -
coigatos Talcums When selecting a family Tooth Pastes
W&.?. 'L& drug .tore, be influenced by m..m
W1fe"rL35 other thin?. be.ide, the lure g-g-j. Tffi K; St
OT IOW prices. Nydonta Tooth Pasto ,....50c
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