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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1921)
WKDNK8DAY, JULY 9T 1091
Maine's Perfect Baby
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
. 1SHE COULD NDI
PEKING, Juno 29. (Hy Mali)
President Hsu 'Shlh-chang, dis
tasting railways In Ills book re
cently Issued. "China Aftor tho
War," rocltes that China has 54
railway lines with a total mllo.igo
of. about 7000, whereas tho United
States, with au area about tho earao
m China, and with only ono fourth
t tho population, lit 260,000
sillos of railway, or 60 timed ns
much. "Many of our lines," ho
tontlnues, "wwo at first built with
foreign capital. Tho diversity of
foreign Interests has mado It Im
jcslblo to lay out our linos ac
cording to sbmo comprehensive
plan for tho wbolo country. Such
Being tho caso part of tho capital
seems to hnro boon Invostod In un
important routes while many moro
Important regions aro without mod
ern means of communication.
"Since tho first construction of
railways in China, 40 years ago, no
less than $400,000,000 has been ex
pended ;yet trunk lined aro found
only north of tho Yangstio rlror
and east of Honan prorlnco, loav
lag tho great plains to tho south
and west practically untrarcrsed
This not only hinders tho proper
Industrial doTolopmont of tho
eountry, but It also sows tho seeds
eC future international complica
tions. ThoToforo in tho intoresta
( all concerned arrangements
should be modified so as to pre
clude undorslrable possibilities.
"In ancient China well construct
ed courier roods used to radlato
from tho metropolis to tho provin
cial capitals and from these to oth
er cities of the country. There wero
more than 60,000 miles of roads,
ut nowadays few of them are fit
for traTcllng. '
"The United States alono has
Mora than 2,000,000 miles of high
ways. "Sometime ago the ministry
of Interior promulgated a set of
regulations for construction of high,
ways. The program was an ambi
tious, one. Although It Is not easy
to carry it out, a good beginning
will haTo been made it the old
courier roads aro reconstructed so
that thero will bo 10,000 mlcs of
good modern roads radiating from
tho national capital and another
80,000 miles radiating from the
The mlleago of rivers narlgablo
by Chinese Junks Is over 20,000, and
waterways naflgable by steamers
and stesd launches, another 4000
"As to telegraph lines, we have
at present not more than 40,000
miles, whereas in tho United States
there are 1,620,000 miles. The
proportion is therefore as 1 to 40.
WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter The Herald will publish
the mean and maximum tempera
nres and precipitation record as tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to C o'clock of the day.
Max Mln. clpltatlon
July 1 7 J 46
July 2 67 36
July 3 7 36
July 4 85 42
July 5 8S 4G
July 6 9 47
July .... 7 94 53
July .... 8 9 55
July 9 88 S3
July 10 88 54
July 11 88 54
July 12 89 54
July 13 8 56
July 14 88 51
July 15 87 48
July IB 87 63
July 17 99 54
July 18 89 St
July 19 99 48
July 20 87 48
July 21 94 BE
July 22. 94 58
July 23 ..94 68
July 24 98 68
July 25 8 47
July 26 ...- 88 46
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"Such then Is tho industrial back
wardness of China. In order to
remedy tho situation we need to
establish a stable government, r
v!re the taxation system, cncourigo
tchnlcal skill and get togcthur a
largor amount of capital. Abovo nil
the people should bo taught to
have knowledge of International
conditions, social, political and
abovo all economical.'
Wash., Is contained In a lettor receiv
ed by the boy's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Thomas.
SACRAMENTO A thief who stqlo
tho purse of Mrs. Y. Nlshlo whlle'sho
was. shopping In Woinstock-I.ubln
Company's store took $10 In curren
cy, but overlooked a deposit certifi
cate worth $2100.
SAN FRANCISCO -Authority to
discontinue 20 Southern Pacific pas
senger trains August 21 on account
of lack of patronage has been naked
of the railroad commission by the
Other service changes also were
DAKKItSFIELD In the largev.
Chinatown raid mado here In several
years 16 members of tho police and
sheriff's departments, searching for
two Ring Kong tong men who had
attempted to kill Sam Wah. a Suoy
Ong. at Tatt, broke Into a hop den,
discolored and seized $16,000 worth
of cocaine and morphine.
SAN FRANCISCO Declaring that
her husband, John R. Icssard, In
sists on training tbclr thrco son to
bo prizefighters ovor her objoctlocf,
Mrs, Jennlo Cooper Lcssard, In an an
swer and cross-complaint on flic In
tbo Superior Court asks that ho Ik
restrained from teaching the young
sters pugilistic Ideas.
SACRAMENTO Firo rangers of
Sacramento county bavo commenced
a determined campaign to stamp out
the negligence which they dcclaro is
responsible for 90 per cent of the
brush, grass, grain and timber fires
that occur annually In Callfonla dur
ing the dry season.
SACRAMENTO runchboards and
slot "machine- aro fast disappearing
In Sacramento since Chief of Pollco
Darney McShano ordered their opera
tion stopped early In tbo week.
"I bolloxi I would bo showing a
spirit of Ingratitude not to tell suf
fering humanity whnt Tnnlifii has
done for mo," wild Mrs. Ida Johnson,
of 18!) 1). Lincoln St., Portland. Oro.
"Nearly all my life 1 Imvo boon
extremely nortotin, nml seemed to
grow worse nil tho tlmo In splto of
ever) thing I could do. I would lmvo
niero nervous spoils lasting for sev
eral days at a tlmo when I couldn't do
any work at nil for I was so trembly
and shaky I could hardly rulso n
glass of water to my mouth without
spilling It. My sloop wiw bo restless
and broken I felt as tired out morn
ings as when I jetlred the night be
fore My appetlto was so poor I
couldn't enjoy n thing to eat, seemed
to get no nourishment from my food,
nnd I wag certainly In frightful con
dition. "I finally dccldod to see If Tanlnc
wouldn't help mo some, nnd boforo I
had actually finished tho first bot
tle I had a good appetite nnd was
onjoylng ovorythlng I ate. I kept
taking tho medlclno and gaining In
strength until I havo scarcely any
troublo with my nerves now and
sleep like n child every night. I just
feel llko an entirely dlfforcnl person,
and can do nil my housnwork with
porfect ease. Tanlnc Is certainly a
grand, good medlclno." adv.
SAN FRANCISCO Juanlta Mil
ler's Illy loo haa become a "lotus
Illy" to her now. "Sho can't afford
him any more," and tho romnnco of
nor second marrlago Is ended, sho said .
definitely yesterday at nor studio at'
"Tho Heights" In tho bllU back of
MAko that Idle dollar ntk! Put
It in tlw bnnk.
IX)NK PINK NKWS
Florence Eltlot of tho Klamath
Agency is vlsllng her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. J.Jt. Elliot.
illllllo Elliot Is visiting this cousin
Harry Elliot at tho Agency.
Mrs. Kigcr and Mrs. Enman gavo
a birthday party Saturday ovenlng
at the Enman ranch for tholr sons,
Kenneth Klgcr, and Chester Enman
About 10 guests wero present Danc
ing was Indulged In till midnight
Tho )oung folks had a swimming
party Sunday afternoon nnd bad a
Tho Ucortson family spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Rower at Lost
MERCED Re-entering her burn
ing homo to savo her daughter, Mrs.
Ellen N. Sterret. fifty-five years old,
was burned to doath.
OAKLAND News of a daring dive
of 30 feet by Bruce Thomas, 17-year-old
senor at tho University high
school, from tho deck of tho Matsan
liner Manukal to savo tho life of a
drowning stevedore at Relllngham,
I havo several blocks of lots,
surrounding tho Malln high
school that I will .sell for
business and rosldaullal pur
poses, thus fferlug to tbo
pooplo of Klamath county au
opportunity to mako .i real In
vestment. I will soil theso
lots tor $75 an up, on tho
Installment plan, tho lorr.'.s to
suit tho purebasor. No Inter
est will bo charged and I will
pay tho taxes until deed Is de
livered to buyer.
Malln Is situated In tho con
tor of ono of tho rlchoat dis
tricts In tho world. It Is buck
ed by progressive ind conser
vative citizens. It has n futuro
that assures development to
a degreo that will make this
proporty worth many tlmos
the prlco I am selling It for.
When oil Is discovered, Malln
will bo found to be in tho very
heart of tho field and tbo
biggest producers will bo at
If you aro looking for some
thing that will pay you big
returns, you can mako no mls
tako In buying Malln propor
ty. For further Information,
wrlto or see
Tho sua is gradually getting more
and moro salty.
Mnko that Idlo dollar work! Put
It In tlio bimk.
The lens sees with you-the auto
graphic record remembers for
you when you
Kodak as you go
Own store Is so conveniently located that iti-i pretty
sure to he "right on your way." Stop oil' a few
minutes. The Kodak you want is here.
Kodak from $S,00 up
Brownie from $2.00 up
Ul VV. .math valls tmrxott T?W
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WEAK, WEARY WOMEN
Irf-aru the Cauo f Dally Woes and
When tho back aches and throbs,
When housework Is torture.
When night brings no rest nor
When urinary disorders set In,
Women's lot Is a weary ono.
Donn's Klduoy Pills aro for weak
Havo proved their worth In Klam
This Is ono Klamath Falls wom
Mrs. Dora llruloy. 911 Upham 81..
says: "I know tho valun of DosnU
Kidney nil nnu rani say hki mucu
fn it...ni Mv klilnnva utrn weak
nnd I had such pains across my back
tnai I COU1U liaruir uu 1117 iiuuuui
I became run down and tired easily,
especially mornings. After I look
cold tho trouble was alwnys worso
and tho action of my kidneys was
Irregular. Doan's soon stopped Ihn
backache, that tlritd worn nut feeling
left nnd my kldnoys acted regularly."
Prlco 60e, nt all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy got
Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs llruloy hnd. Fostor-Mllburn
Co.. Mfrs.. lluffaln. N. Y
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inning trip, orive arouna u
tho Philadelphia Dattory
Station, and let 'them glvo
your battery a drink of dis
tilled water and a test.
Don't toko chances when
thla service Is free.
All makes of batteries re
paired and charged.
1 Tho success of your trip
oqulpped with a faraons
Philadelphia Diamond Grid
Dattory, guarantood two
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