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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Hie Evening Herald
ft. HOUIiK....KHtor nnili'nblHior
Hi It. IIIM:..,........ Cltjr ttllfor
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
WOMAN MAYOR OF
TOWN 80 YEARS OLD
1'ubllAhod dully except Sunday, liy
riio Ilrmlil I'obllshlnft Company ot
KlAinnOi Falls, nt 110 Hlfihlh Street
Kiitcrml nt tho postofflro tit Klnm-,
tl( Fnll, Ore., for transmission
llirouxli tlio limit ns Koeond-class i
MRMIinit Of THIS ABSOCIATKI).,
Thn Asttnrlatcd Prsi f exclusive!'
I nulltlod to tlio mac lur publlfu
Hon of nit nnwn dlspntehe credited
In It, or not ntberxvlsn credited In
till paper, nml nlso tho local news,
published herein. I
ntiOAV, ri:mu.itv in, imta '
Di:VKlOI'.li:."r of thn dairying
Industry Ib roIiic to piny n Mr
part In thn future of Klamath coun
ty. Tlinrn U no need to Iny strcM up
on (tin nl)Vlonn. The Irrlcated area fif
(ho Klnmntli project Is constantly cv
pnndlnR and vvp are already past tlu
stnuo Micro livestock feedlnK con
sumivt tho ycarln-and-ycnr-nul tiny
Dlstaneo from market makes com
petition with clcscr-lu hny-RrowIni:
tocllonn ImpoMlbln In any present
coast market thnt nbiorbs larsc
quantities of liny. '
Tbn freight com rat nt least balf '
of each ton of bay shipped. Flguro In I
production, baling nnd hauling costs!
nnd you havo the farmer' puuln j
"Find tbo profit."
Tbn dairy cow Is tho finest ma
chine o far Invmted for concentrat
ing crudn alfalfa Into butter, cheeso.
twim and canned milk, commodities
for which there Is nlway a profitable
demand and on which alt tho profit
s not swallowed by freight nnd hand
ling. Klamath County Is making bit ad
ranees In datrylnic. It will soon be nt
tbo point where tbn expansion of the
mllk-produclng Industry will bo able
to keep step with the extension of Ir
rigation, providing that means for
concentrating tho raw milk arn pro
vided. This means condonMng plants,
creameries and cheese factories. And
'bis bring us nt last to the thought
'but started us to writing; that icoed
roads and the development of dairy
Ins; go hand In hand.
Tho dairyman must deliver the
milk from hi farm to the creamery
or factory nt least once dally. To do
IM economically bn must have a
blebwny that Is not a series of bog
holes In winter and chuck-hole In
Tho farmer of today la a far
r'gbted business man and If the
nroinlso that dairying- Is to bo the
lending futurn Industry Is right, then
thn logical result of tln en tiro county
voto on February 21 will bo ununl
mous ratification of tho highway
i"R3sVfNrt2 "Tto&S THROUGH PACK p
" J . - VLIIT AiUlKfiUAW77l
- lfh- iwosmssx
bw. sKrSjssflK rnFjlik
lnev Iltor In Dorrli Wednesulay.
Dr. J 0. fioble, optometrist-optician
of Klamath Falls, was In Dorrl
last Sunday visiting with old friends.
Ho will b ehcre again Sunday, Febru
Hesldents were surprised but elat
"HKI.I."J OASIs" .T
Till: .srilAMI TOMCIIT
"Heir ().vis '. the feature of to
nlghtV bill t the Strand Is a vcreen
adaptation of Win. I.. Knberts' fam
ous stage pl.t). The Fighting Par
ed to arln yesterday morning and I son," which title will be recognized
find the earth covered ngatn with six' by all theatrical lovew for the past
to eight Inches of now. Kvery Inch two generations
of snow Is Appreciated by thoe who Tbn stcry runs from evil to good
are dependent upon this commodity' with struggles eery Inch of tho
to furnlih moisture for summer! path. IVcatiso of his love for a girl.
crop. ! tbo hern finds himself marked for
Herman flercovlth, proprietor of ! asiisslnntlnn by a g.im; of criminals
tho DorrU Mercantile company. Is ex- who had entitled on their side prac
pected homp from San Francisco tbl I tlcally an entlri- community, whose
week end. llcrroxich ha been In I aim It I to remove lilm nnd thn girl
the city attending buyer's eek and J and everything elo that ha any
acquainting hlnvelf with builnesst thing to do with n forming tho one
FOR UNITY RESULT
OF SPANISH WAR
The Hollywood movlo colony has
developed a new .enMtlcn. with mur
der, love. Intrigue nnd all the ele
CHICACO. Feb. 10. falling at-'
tectlnn to the anniversary. Febrii-I
nry 15. of tho sinking of tl:e b-i'-'
tleship ,11'ilne, Oscur V I'jristrnm.
commumlvr In thief of the t'nlted
States War Veterans, it . written
statement today declared It lilt be
lief tlut tlio war Willi Spj'ri 'aMkIi
ensurd, '" laid the foundation fur
that unity of action atiii Klngleneifi
worst spot In the flrent American
Nal Hart is very ratieh nt home
In the part of the Fighting Parson, f
It I. an excellent role for him and
hU succors In it prove his vcrsatll-
; Ity. fo rlt Is the tint 1 1 mo that Hart
.MAONI'.TIC SIMUNMS, 0 , Feb. 10
Mrs Mary MeFmldeu. who was
i elgbt.x jwirn old IumI Ueceinber, bus!
I been nppolnted Mnxor of Ibli xlll.tge'
J and thereby ttnttr n tnle of bow the
I seeretnry of the Commouv club lieie
. originated and put through to n sue-
'cetsfnl conclusion, tho Idea of bring i
I Iiik publicity to n health resort whose'
popularity appeared to bo waning I
As Secretary Williams of tho Com-1
meno club lolls It. thl.s little health
report of 2t)i residential cttUens,
i tucked away In the country 1 1 tulles
' over tuty roads from the nearest
town, lel.taie. ns in a nit and
something hm) (o ho done
When Mnyor N'athnn llrown nu
nonureii hh intentti n or ieudmg
' tho winter In Florida. Seire'.ir Wtl
Hams conceived tbo Idea Wo will
appoint a woman major' he ".'igenii
ed anil prevailed upon ,Mnor Itrown
to name Mrs. MeFudden to nit dur
ing his nbseiire. ghlug as his reason
that Mrs McF.nldcu was the oldest
woman In town capable of acting as.
maor during llrown's absenco '
j This was done and Senei.ir Wtl-,
i Hams gut busy in the luilillolly end '
of tho entiire. Almost overnight
Magnetic Springs became known as
i tbn home of the chle.t wemnn major
in the country. The old bus to Pel.t
, ware that bail almost stopped cpera
i ting for lark of iintronage, once more
took on life and did a thriving biisi.
nos. li.irtlcnl.irly with newspaper re
porters and curliwlly seiker.s.
jrrs. McPadden met the newspaper
boys and frankly told them "I hard-
ly know what It Is all about." Seen-
I tury Wllllums Issued nnnounrement.s
'concerning her policies.
Hut this was not .ill. Tim slain nf.
ficlals at ColumbtiH iiueslloned the
legality of her acting n mayor. Tbev
pointed out that tbo Job automati
cal! jfell upon the shoulders of tho
president protein of tho lllugo coun
cil. Secretary Williams wns cental to
tho emergency. He. Induced a coun
cilman to resign, If necessary nnd
then Induced the president pro tern to
resign a. president of council and
the way was paved to have Mrs Mr
Fadden fill tho position ns president
pro tern of the council nnd thereby
assume the office of mayor.
And Magnetic Springs has been
turned Into a thriving village, accord
ing to Secretary Williams
of Winter Millinery
AT LESS THAN COST
I1. - . . . .!...." t - ' . --
1,000-YEAR OAK MAY ITImniim Hooker, noted llimllsli nut
HP. W. O. W. F.MRI.F.M!rll-t. win In 1R77. after close ov
I aniluallon nnd coiisldeinhle
I'llICO, Feb 10 An oak tree
whoso ii go Is estlin.tled In exceed I,
000 yours mid under whose prodigi
ous branches, tleiiernl William Te.
lumseh Sberm.iu estimated mi in my
of 7,i)l)0 eniibl .stutid, has been pro-
posed h) penido of this city lis the
iiioiioiiiices II larger limn nil) of the
woiidiolls oaks for which Kilgland Is
famed Mir Thoiuiis said the Dee wns
more limn len leiiturleH old It l
imno limn too f.-et hli-h and Its li -lUinfereiico
eight f ei I nhino lli,
ground Is 21 M0 f.el Us longosi
llirtt.MW lit iti.iiM ii
When it tomes to eiiilng work
ing and sleeping, I m like a differ
ent man I mm wlur I was a short
lime ago, said Herman Kurlrtlsch,
tod's .Vorrls Place, Milwaukee, with
tlio .Yrthwisern Life Insurance Co.
in relating his experience with Tan
My wlxilo system was nliotit to;
eiubleni of tlio WiMidiniti or the' brunch oil Is awn fioin the iruni.
World Tho tri'o Is tint far from here ' ft r in.', reel Pre in noilli to smith lis
A proposal In lltbi effeit bus been ; brnnrties extend nn even Sou feel
made to tbo head camp nf Hie order Tlio greatest rln unifcrenio of It;,
nt llenver t'olorado I inilsldn bl.inehi s is said to lie ilmol
Tlio trOe was named nfter Sir' I"1' feet
-i ..-.-. ..... .-...- w.wiWftS
syssssssMsssyssssssssssssssttnss sigssy uyryrnrr9 yssisisss,ws
give way as a result or two e.irs' i WAS'TI.'ll TO TIIADK Pu
constant mifferlng from oionmcli i . '""! J" 'l!'".1 r ,."1".""!;
,, , , . ..PI. 'I II4MI II.IIIIMIIII A
trouble nnd I was so run down mid .. mi
worn out I was li.mlh nblo In work
I actually ilrc.idcd to ent, ns after
every meal I suffered so terribly
from heartburn, and I was mi nervous
I got little rest day or night.
"If it hadn't been for Titular- I'm
firmly rnn lured I would ham had
to resign my pi, no. It came to my aid
In tho nick of time mid I am strong
. I Wblto l.eghtitii. IliirronT.incrid
Piinl iiinriiiv I "iruni. ironi our iinu mum III iirim-n
WANTKI) Man to work no raurli
Stiady Job Apply Farm llureaii
offii-o. Swansi'ii hiilldlng. S-IM'
. . . ii .. , . .. .... iin rn
fur nud I11""' ',r ."" '." ""' ''-"
Iticbar.l.on. i "" '"" ' r""r, """, ,""" " '"'
., . -poultry Puriii. i ornlng. ('at F M I
If you want t sett It, buy II, trndn
It, or find It, try a Herald ilasMHrd
WA.STIM) -To borrow (niniin fn
lateral security f lOOii.uii. Address
No It H W Herald h II
for It. Tanlac was worth at least j
fifty tliiiiis what It cost me." j
Tanlnc nnd Tanl.ie Vegetable Pills
are .sold by druggists ever) where
WANTF.lt (Jlrl for light housework
Whitman Drug t'o. Phone 1 1
I yriium Hall, ror Sth X High, welt
suited for s.'l'-'t parties, will he rent
ed at nominal prlrea Apply to M
Mntsrhi'tih.uhcr, Phouo i&OW, or on
AVI till i:-s'rtl" limit loKtiillim
. In ll ItlK slllln sli('T IllIll Willi Is
In Imi ttrll Mitlfsl lo mi numllily
'.iniii-iil. Musi upprnlte m MI.immi,
(ildMSs llVsei !,., ntri llrinlil. C If
Iim ever ben seen In a story with
rellgirn tho imilti thread of u "Ixiil
U charming In tbej when tin
Vhi:v tiii: papki: iniisvt
My father s.i) the paper
lie reads ain't put up right,
I la finds n lot of faults, he tines,
, Ptrusln' ii alt night.
He "Jays there ain't n single thing
In It worth while to read,
And that It doesn't print the kind
Of stuff the peoplo need.
He lows It aside and says
It's strictly on the bum
' Mm you ought to bear him lir.llor
roje of tl.e Itttlo evangelist, the girl
for whom Hart risks his life,
paper iloiv-n't romo.
IINTI.VKS Alti: MAT
that attract public Interest. tf P-M' " iWJ Ainwir-; ---Fatt
to art ylth such force o.il con-j Clllf'O, Calif . Feb. lo. Valen-
iiinnro In tho great world war." i tine will advertlso Clilcn to tho
II.) reads iiboul the wcdtlln'
An.) be Hiiorts liko nil get
Ho reads tho social doln's i
With u most dcrlsiwi nliotit.
lie jys they make tho pjpers
For the women folks alone.
He'll rend about tho parties
And l.i-'ll fume and fret and groan.
(let jour Inside work done now
Painting, katsomlulng ami imp. rim: ,
(noil work nt fair prlns It plen.se,
,us to piejso )oti I - '
W I. mid J i: Patterson con '.STKA.M IIKATIU) rooms $3 r.o per
- trnrtlng p.iluttrn , week I argn, idl IlKhted lobby,
031) S. tilli Phone Still "bower baths N'- winter rates
. S-10 Central I Intel. J 1 Ward. Mgr. 9tf
Hereafter thn Herald wilt publish
the ine.in anil maximum temperatures
ii ml precipitation record ns taken by
tbo P. S. Iteclamntlon Serxlre sia
lion. Piibllrntlnn will mvrr tbo day
previous to tbo paper s Issoe up to
." o'clock of tho day.
Fell. 3 ..
Tbo robins arn here. Soon the can
didate will be grasping the hands of
tbn proletariat nnd chlrplnjc assur
ances of unswerving allegiance to
their Interests. Signs of spring.
It'll easy to detect tbn progressiva
citizen thrsn days, lie's thn fellow
who Khovels thn snow off bU side
walk every morning.
We ngreo xrlth Hiram Johnson that
n man must cat but Is that n good
reiton for parking u lunch counter
!- Sixth streot?
Mrs. (Ibdys Atkinson Is homo
again after u few days vUIt with her
sister, Mr Alfred Poterstelncr, of
Olrls of thn DcrrU blgb sdiool,
under tbo coaching. of their Instruct
or Mrtt. Kate llopo Livingston, art)
proparlng an entertainment for thn
public to bo held at tho high acbool
on tho evening or Valentines' Day,
"llrlng enough pennies to' go around
your heart," Is thn cryptic wording
of tbo Invitations.
Ocorgo Kberhard of thn Ilutto Vul
Iny Machine Shop nnd Oarage has ac
cepted a pollllon with tho Associated
Lumber and llox Company ot thin
Lester Klrkpatrlrk nf Merrill Is
visiting -with bin brother Claude.
Klrkpatrlcli nnd family of Oorrls.
Mm, Dolllo Bkeen wns n passenger
to Klamath Falls nn last evening's
trntn whero who will npend a few
days on buslues.s.
J, O'Noll Ot Mt. Hebron wan a bus-
Heavy Cold? Chest
All rinucrPtl Iin ?
DOXTl.t .t get .. .tan, I)r K.nx'
New iijci.' v l pt iikIh
iloan lowork, ri In inn; lite lilii Inline
in the i hot, uirliiis the racking
idiirIi, gently Mumil.iiiuj Hie lmtlt,
lluis rlimln itm,; iln i.. s.iwnn.
Alir.iys itli.ibli' J,nt iiksI nictlicinu
m.nlc to um: iuld ami tonglx.
For f.fiy xc.ir a itjinlaril rrmcilv
All the family tan lake it xtitb lulplul
cults. K.im-i tin: ibildri'ii's iroup,
No harmful tlrugs. ( olivine in;;, beal.
in: tatle lint the kldilit like. At nil
1 (linguist:., 60c.
t Tbn diim newspaper guys; , for Colds and Coildhs
I'm going to take a day hometlmo .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimfmmm
uVn.' go mi' put 'em vvlhe IVcl Iladly? Ilowcls SIui'.rIvIi?
'Sometimes 11 seenw us though they '!"!"'' ""y.'KI'" "iork ir play.
I fiil'ris t niit-lin iiiull 'I I.i. illi.titliliit.i
.i tniml . wish 'timi mw ffiiiiiuiittui;
ftft J.- . I l . . .. . - .. . : " ' ' ','i " ' tlll)it IMVN
war. lelllnir ot Dowev'B vlctorv. tho ::.."""" ".""'? "'. "."'i " ' "" stismi uisis uiimii out iiiim intrg). rtll
... .... """ "" ""ii i'-si.-m. n ijik K.un 111, n... ym, (jiBiit tn hear him liol er
Ori'L'nn'u irln nrnnn.l thn Horn nnil ....... i .. !. ......1...1 ...1.1 '"" "" ""h"' " in ur 111111 limn
.... ...,. H.wH,. ... ... .... u,. ..tin.- -.ii iui iiliiiuls miuriTfin 1 .i,.
"When nn February 1.." h. four comers of the country. If resl-(i. kavn of Iiiforinatinii
writes, "'the newH was flashed ' dents of this Ity co-operato wltht It doesn't luxe a crumb-
across tho United States that the
battleship Maine, resting at anchor
n the harbor of Havana on a
friendly mission, had been blown
up mid lind .settled Into a wawtery
graxe, carrying with her 211 of
her crew to a death hurled upon
t ln-iii without opportunity for uvrn
resistance, tbo spirit of America
flamed Into an uiuiuenchablu passion."
F.ugeno llowlos. secretary of the i,t yo 0UKht to hear him holler
chamber of commerce. when the paper doesn't come.
The chamber of commerce Idoaj
Is for roildontrt t0 enrloso literature ,,c',l nlwaw ''t " KM "
of this city In St. Valentino me-; Aml h" rPa,,K ll I,l"n', r,,'ar ,1,r"
sagos tn their friends In other Hec-I " ,lo,,"'t ml,H an u,'m
Hon of California nnd In tbo Fast. 0r " w,lnt ail thU Is true.
Tbo chamber of commerce will fur-'"0 ui t,icy ''""'' 1:now ul,al w"
nlih literature , wont,
iti'v I'titi: iiiti:ii iit'i.m
curowii prlri. On Feb. 22, l!t2!
Ccmmauder Curlstrom then
sketched the activities ot tho army nt Davis, C.illf . the .Shorthorn breed
mid nuvy In tbn Spanish American' """' ",,"J l "ll 'ln ,,I,J,H ",,,!
tbo lacblevemeou of Schley nml ICownril Viiughn. Mgr., Dixon, Calif.
Sampson at bi-h and Shatter and'
Lawtou on land.
"Three or four months and It
wag over," ho said. "Many have
asked whut It all amounted to? In
cur opinion, First: It bound to
gether the North and tho South,
tbo Kast and the West In the un
breakablo ties ot comradeship in
arms. Second- It taught the
world that the sloeplng young giant,
America, could rlso and ntrlk
mightily and quickly, decisive blow
for liberty and human rlgjits, un
selfishly. Third: It gave to Amer
ica her first place, her first con-'
rem and a leading position of re-(
spect In thn councils ot tho na-
Commundcr C'arstrom concluded
his xtutemcntg by reciting tbo oh
Jectn of thn Spanish American War
VetcraiiH nml Issuing an Invitation
for nil llioso who aro eligible, to'
Wthen thn paper dot-sn't rtmie.
,Tf PROMlTt WON'T OKIIT.
Dr. King's Pills
Prime Rib Beef 25c
Pot Roait . 15c
Boil ' 9c
Shoulder Steak 15c
Loin Steak 25c
Round Steak 22c
Rib Steak 22c
T-Bone Steak 25c
Pork Sausage 20c
1136 Main Street
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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MURPHEY'S FEED STORE
.. 124 So. 6th St :LZtJrtiU)&!.& Phon87 -B