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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
The Evening Herald
K. J. MUKIIAY
rnr.i) boum; ....
Published dally oxcopt Sunday, br
Tho Ilorald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, nt 110 Klghth Street.
from the ftrat wa the determina
tion ot a, outraged public.
Kntored nt ttio postottlco nt Kla
math KalU, Or?., (or transmission
through tlio malls as second-class
MKM11ER OF Till! ASSOCIATED
The Asiorlntcd Press li exclusively
entitled (o the nso for publication of
all now uispatchcg credited to tt,
or not otherwlso credited la this
paper, and also tho local now pub
Tl'IXDAV, NOVlLMltKlt t, 1IKI1.
Nowspapor reading Is a universal
dnllyhnblt; uowspapcr advertising
reach each day virtually nil -who
Newspaper ndcrtlslng U tho llfo
blood of loral trade- becauso It
touches nil consumer sources In ev
Newspaper advertising cuts sell
ing coats because tt entails
waato In locality of circulation.
Newspaper advertising lusure
quick, thorough and ecouoralcal
dealer distribution and dealer good
Newspaper advertising enables
manufacturers to tell whero there
products may be bought.
Newspaper advertising can bo
started or stopped over night.
Newspaper advertising cnablos
manufacturers to check advertising
results and costs In every market
Newspaper advertising cosU leas
than any other kind. From The
HYSTKltlA l'KIUOn PACT
Commenting upon tho talluro of
the American public to get excited
over the threat of a railroad strlko
an Illinois Journal remarks. In ex
planatlon of this, that ,lFor one
reason It Is nowadays u very diffi
cult matter to alarm tho public."
Purbaps not many pooplo havo
observed It, but It Is truo neverthe
less, that there- hu been a pro
nounced change 'Jju-tbo public mind
In tho last few months. For eight
years tho affairs of tho United
States Government ero administer
ed by an administration which vis
given to hystcrla.v Almost every
day for many mouths thoro was an
nouncement from'"tbe White House
of acme new "crisis" which "fiad
arisen, either In our domestic 'or
our foreign 'affair, and there was
spectacular action on the part of
tho President or members or his
official family In an effort to save
the country from disaster. Some
bureau head was always finding
some new remedy for the Ills, or
supposed Ills, of tbo nation and the
business men ot the country" were
kept continually on edg"e -watching
what tho administration would do
All this has been changed. Wo
have now In the Whlto House a
man who Is dellborato in his
thoughts and careful In tils actions.
When some new problem arises
President Harding doosHTOITrush to
Congress with n request for the
creation of a new bureau or com
mission and an allowance for the
creation of a new bureau or com
mission and an allowance of a now
large appropriation in ordor that
the affairs of private citizens muy
bo regulated In some new manner.
' Neither do we have dally pronoun
cements from tho publicity bureaus
of tho various departments telling
of new dangers that are confront
lng tho nation and how soma de
partment head Is going to savo us
(rem disaster. When there was
threat of a natlon-wldo railroad
strike President Harding undoubt
edly 'fully realized tho Injury which
euch a strlko would causo but ho
did not get excited about It. He
took counsel 'with members of his
cabinet, with members ot tho nail
road Labor Hoard and with mem
bers of the Interstate Commerce
Commission, but tbcro was no hys
teria (n any of his inovetnehtii- The
raininess of his mind -was naturally
an influence In keeping tho rest of.
the country from becoming unduly
This Is but ono illustration ot tho
benefits of having at tho head of
tho Government ' a man who has
self-control enough to act with de
liberation and who will not keep
tho country continually wrought up
with anxious expectancy as to tbo
' outcome of some new but perhaps
wholly imaginary-'national danger.
Mr. and Mrs.. Wl W. Flnloy.'wlio
havo mndo Klamath county tholr
homo for mnny yenra, left yesterday
In tholr car tor Ashland and Hoo-
burg, whero Ihey will visit for sever
al wuaka before going on to, Califor
nia to spend Iho greater .part of tho
M. H. taster, and Bm Jloldon lott
at four o'clock this morning tor, tho
Tulo Inka district on-n.gooso hunt,
expecting to return early this after
noon. trs. Frank Ankony left yosturdny
for .the eastern purl of tho county to
moot -Mr. An Icon r wholes been hunt
ing In that district for tho past two
weeks. Mnny envious eyea wore
turnud In tho direction of their car
ns Mrs. Ankony drove It up Main
street with n (Ino buck strapped to
J. U. Puckett was trnitcnctlng busi
ness hern this morning and purchas
ing supplies tor tho Puckotl homo at
Miss draco Soars, who has .been
ho.ru fur scvurM weeks visiting nt the
homo ot Mr. tend Mrs.- H. J, llnrrett,
left Sunday morning for the south.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Reason HarrU arriv
ed )pstorday afternoon from Uend
with tho luttmtlon ot making tholr
home In thls'cltjv
Charles Warren ot lily, stockman
and .armor, wns4n town this morn
ing looking after business "affairs. -
H. J. Williams Is registered at the
Whlto Pelican hotel from Portland
Wt If. Lytic Is a justness visitor
hero this wek from Salem, "lie is
a guest at the Whte "Pelican hotel.
L I). Munson Is h'ero for a 'few
rtuya from Portland attending to bus
.Mr. nnd Mnu"S'U. KoU'terTMrand
Mrs. C. A. Johnson anil Mrs. F It, I
Prince drovojjnlo town Jrenterdayj
ntternoon fpuillcnd, stayed all.nlgnt
at the White Pelican hotel and letj
this morning In their cars for tho
It. W. Tower transacted business
In tho county seat-this, morning from
his ranch homo' ncrKcn.
The Klks lodge 1 Pjannlng" for a
hard time. dance to bo given o(t Fri
day night at tho Temple. Kvnry ono
Is requested-1 wear ovoralla or np.
rons In order ,to carry out the-hard
tiroes Iden, -- '
0. T. Dnrley left this morning for
Macdoet whore he will bo occupied
with some, surveying work fur thi
next three days.
Fred Pay no, loft today for Ashland
'where ho wu called by tho .sudden
death of hU.tather, A- S. Payne., who
died suddenly yesterday from heart
failure. . , . . ,
-Mrs. Elizabeth Seng, who has bcn
here slnco July as tho house guest
of her daughter, Mrs. John Irwin,
left this mornlng"Jortayton:Orcgon.
whore shetwlirspend tho'wlnter with
otbera ot her children.
'-Marlon Nine, .of the Nino Lumber
company.jsjn town from Swan lake
valley for. (he day purchasing sup
Henry Offenbaucher, one' time resi
dent of Klamath FaJIs, is In town
from Portland this week looking af
ter his property Interests.
Mrs. Joh Allen and her mother,
Mrs. Doehm, are shopping In the
county seat for a" couple of days.
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i j jwSliiitUtme9tKf-iKtLJSimmtimEi9Ktmt
The llnss drummer at I'ufdua Unlvurstlr claims ho, beats iho blggesl
drum on earth.
Many -people suggested many
compromises to avert tbo rail strike,
but tbo fact Hint PPellcd Its doom
The V, 8. Civil Henrico Com mis
slon announces that the stenograph
er and typewriter examination
which was scheduled to be hold on
the second Tuesday r'fn' November
has been postponed to 'November
15, and both men and worawi will
be admitted to thla 'examination
for tbo -Dcpartmontdl ' Henrico
tlon for tho Field' Service will be
(Washington, D ,C). The1 cxamlna
held, as schednfed, on November 8;
There Is need of ellglblcs witling
to accept appointment to positions
lu Washington, D. C at tho mln
Imum entrance salaries, $900 to
$1000 per annum.
Persons who desire to take this
examination should apply at once
to tbo local secretary board of civ-
ll-scrvlco examlnern, at the post of
fice, this city, or to tbo Secretary
11th U. H. Civil Servlco District,
303 Post Office Building. Seattle,
Washington, -for an application
blank and a copy of announcement,
j ; r
Washington aluuo more than a mil
lion dollars n )car, la believed to
have boon duvoioped at tho Wash
ington UUtn College 'experimental
station, It la announced , here. On
tests covering tho last six years,
not n sign ot smut has been, detect
ed on tho tthoal. it Is nald.
Tho weal la .crvsaaliatwouv'rur
key It ml aud "Florence, u whlto
Australian wheat ot high quality.
and la called Smut Proof.
Smut Proof, It self, Is a hard red
winter wheat with a milling qual
ity said to bo equal to If not vex
ceedlng Marquis, which Is among
tho, bee''.110 grvwn. Tho bushel
weight, averaging nbqut..C3 pounds,
Is high, and. tho yield Is said to
rank well. Smut proof averaga 44.7
bushels to tho acre during a threo
year test, which Is said to very
nearly equal the nvprnge of Hybrid
US ,tho most popular winter wheat
lu ,Kaslern Washington.
The reed wilt, not bo distributed
for general uto until after teats
have been continued 'far a number
of years more with a vlow to Im
proving the vartuty. It was said at
tho experimental station.
Washington state Is said to lose
over a million dollars a year
through smutty wheat. It Is the
-hope of the department to remedy
LOOKING -FOU lll'CKH xTIIAT
U'Klltf MAIIKKU l.V C.AI)A
SPOKANE, Wash.. Nov. .1. In
land Empire duck hunter havo
been asked to -watch for wing and
leg bands on ducks nhot this fall.
Flv hundred duckj havo been re
leased In Saskatchewan each bear
lng a tag this year with a view to
determining what routes the ducks
take on their annual migrations
to the sunny south. The flight Is
not expected" to' begin until after
the first heavy frosts In tho north.
Hunters' are requested to send the
tags to St. Paul, Minn,, to an ad
dress given on each tag, with a
statement of the placo and condi
tion under which the ducks wore
1IO.EMAN. Monl., Nov, 1. .The
week of January U H next hM
been set nsldo for tho annual farm
ers' week at Iho Montana Htale Col
lego, (it lloieman. Tho program for
the wetk- will- Include agricultural
short courses for farmers, a school
of agriculture for bankers,- a con
vention of the Montana llureau
Federation and meetings of various
other organizations related to agri
Advertising pays. Try U Ml M
and ordor In thti north country!
on a high plane and not In ono in
stance h It been noepssarjMo, pto
seouie nny person whV'hig entered
tho country under Jh Mounted Po
state O, h. Jemlugaj auBftlotnnd
ont of the llojrsl Canadian Jsfbunted
Poliro, who riemttr nlturned 'h'e?o
Htlmm . I
::.; "" ""Metlon lf ,.
KWf. th.n 4,ooo ?,!
, i fr orth ''H ! "H4tSi
trelolie of (orr0 , ttn,
IMH.0,,,0,, Rna nr lyh,
real respect f0r iihiuC T .rnj
-- union, nl .
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ooiiW not b, ," WWh,
-- "iniMior., ,' ni
? j4 artlt sn v., ' k mt A '"ia "! I
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I ' THIN RTORK OPKNH V
I ' ' ' HIM A. M. I -3
niy--iriri-iinrAv-i-iririi-it-iriV-r-iJ- 1" iilinnn -,ri -innnarinii . "t &
TONIGHT AT !3
The stranD ;
9 piping hot cvp
of Cbffee mxj
nnwr I'Iotumm rAtxiNunox in mouthkhn onaaa
"Oreaf 'Minds OrUnoate. Kools lmtt.t.
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Tfea n Airizona
A BIG WESTERN DRAMA'
WITH A REAL KICK
A special meeting or the stockholders of CltATEX (ML A
OAH COMPANY will be bald at 1:00 P. M. Thursday, Ntra&v
br 3rd. lilt, at the office of J. II. I)rU:oll. Btcretanr, Ml,
Wllllts BulldlBg. Klamath rails, Oregon.
The purpose of thla meeting la to receive and set oi He '
report of the Flaanre Committee and to doclde upon tb NM
policy of the company.
j " Questions of vital Importance to -every stockholdtr wHI M
(discussed and It la the desire of the officers and directors sM
I (every Stockholder be present, In ordtr that al Irasy be fatly l
J formed of the affaire ot the. company, and Ihtt all msjr aTO
'voice in deciaing upon a policy for future action.
Wheat Produced, at
PULMfAN, Wash.f Nov. 1. A
real sniut roslstlng wheat, which Is
oxpected win savo the vtato of
Like a Bird
B Mt? iK02wH
W f aaBaxBaxlaBBxBKl
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taBBBemamY ''-'am tBaexBaexl
! ' h BBBeBexei
Take ftomt i.rw.
DID PAIN DISTURB
TIllv pain and torture of rhcu
matbm can lc nulckly rrllevoi
liy an application of Sloan's
IJnlment. It brings warmth, ease and
conilort nni leu uu slcrp soundly,
Alwajs liave 0 bottle Kxniy and
apply uhen you feel the first twinge.
ltprptUaUt uilkout tuUAni.
Its splendid to take tlio pain out of
tired, odiing muscles, sprains jind
strain!,, ttlI Joints, nnd lame backs,
lor forty ywn paV, enemy. Aak
jt)iirntLlil(rc - -
At ali drucs&tT-3Sc. 70c. 11.40.
gm !m -.--.,
' Whenjlhi ;iocly begins 'to'atliTeti
3l jaind moVemeTrt'pccome's painful It'
"."""fy "n inaicatiorl that tho
kidneyo aro if'6f ordar. Keep'
those orKonir healthy by taklnz
COLD MEDAL .
W, M, Monlellus. Dlr. v. sm.
(I. A, llellmsn, Ulrector.
(leo. II. Chamberlain. 0. kVr-'
Asa Fordrce, Presidents
Jas. II. Drtscoll, Hecratary.
I O. D. llurke, Treasurer.
in. r ii. uooaara, uireetor.
THK PfBMO IM INVITKII
Kvery' person Interested In Oil Development will be i
at mu Hiocanoiuera Meeting, Nov. 3rd. The present mini
.of Crater Oil 4 Oaa Co., propose to lay all the . .cards or.lfulJH
.table and present the problems of oil development la wsaw" X
County in, the light of a sound business firoposltlon. What
been done we want ibe public to know. What II Is proponi j
do we also 'want the public In know, YOU Wll.l DB lHTaT
EHTED. WM UROH YOU TO COMB. AND HRIN0 TOW
CMATKR OM A UAH OO.
Prvmlcr Hughe) uf Australia, and
sis UtU eUufhUr, aaapped at a, flyJ
jir field la England. Tb Lttte girl
-took. to flylr.T like .Wrf Rodelnl
Vlanve and ballooca a4' vnun'tl
Tbe world' stamUrJ r.m.j.iuLii...
U.r, bUddsr.and urlctld.licblei!!
famous slnc.1098. Takar.giJiSrlT'awl
orugpsui. uuuntd as rf mmmI.-
I Beginning November 1st, we will nllf
M . .' M
'Prmtumimli tttLfmmrtlmrd liter HlOfeT sW'i
: : erdl in theircr edit,1 but we are now &,
r si j . " j v v J il..'.iu Jmvs.
; peuea 10 meet outs in ten ana n r-
. I hts doeinot.tlow time to matte
; ; tions 6n ttiarge accounts.
.' T,,- - f ' .... Lli
We will appreciate the cO'OpermmKi f
t the pubUc In this jnove and will rendmvm
" -" "-"" - .. ri'j'i'K sm
t same excellertieertHce to patrons.
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