MONDAY, AMUIj R, If THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON VttRO Two V' m The EveningHerald P. It. 80ULE....EIltor nnrt ftblUhrr If. R. HILU. City Kdltor Published dally cxrcpt Sunday, by Tho llrrnld Publishing Company of Klnmntli Falls, at 110 Eighth street. Entered nt the, postottlco at Klam ath TaltR, Oro., for transmission through tlio malls as second-class matter. By Our Country Editors MIDLAND memiier of the associated tress Tho Associated Press Is exclusive lv entitled to tho uso for publica tion 0f nil news dispatcher credited to It, or not otherwlso credited In this paper, and also tho local nows pulillshcd herein. MOMMV, APRIL it, IDfM j NOT' ALL ROSES j THK prlvnto owner, finding his huslness operation losing a largo amount of money dally, can turn the key In the door whenever he desires, closing temporarily until conditions change, or permanently If he sees fit. Hut tho public utility must con tinue to operate In tho faco of un avoidable loss. Thcro Is n tendency In all quarters to view corporations with suspicion, n perverted philosophy which must end In the wreck of business If per sisted In. The association of Individuals In a corporation, and the carrying on of tho joint enterprise under a corpor ate name, doe( not end the Individ ual problem, of those who hav lent their names and subscribed their capital. Especially docs the corporation operating for tho service of the pub lic, supplying the basic necessities, find Its way bestrewn with thorn. Wo are reminded of this by perusal of notice that tho Klamath Heating company has secured permission from tho state public service com mission to increase Its rates for sixty days. Losing money, Its' president says, nt tho rate of-one, hundred dollars dally, that devil stands on ono side. No business could long stand such a drain. On the other hand It the deep rea of public opinion. Will the cus tomers appreciate the reason and ne cessity for tho temporary rato Increase? Tho public has, of course, a re medy. They may stop using heat, or use some other form of heat. Out that makes a bad situation worse. It forces the utility further along jho road to failure. Then, If the public desires to continue the service. It may step In and take over the utility. But will tho public, In Iti Inexperience, be able to operate the plant more suc cessfully than thoso whom It re places? Tho temporary Increase In rates of fered the best solution, and the pub lic service commission, burdened al ready with a load of criticism be cause of several unpopular decisions, courageously took the risk of Incur ring further criticism, and in tho public Interest followed the course In dlcatcd by tho statute for dealing with such emergencies. If tbo local customers of the util ity will get the viewpoint that the In crease Is in their interests, brought about by unavoidable conditions, a temporary moasure to .bridge a com munity emergency, there will be a general recognition of tbo fairness of tho gettlement, despite the increase In consumer's overhead costs at a In consumers' overhead costs at tlmo when any Increase can bo III afforded. Tho rato increase ranges from fifty to seventy-five per cent. It will not cover tho company's loss but if warm er weather permits customers to re duce consumption, it will result, dur ing the emergency, In sharing the loss about equally between corporation nnd customers. a so HORSE CASE SETTLED IHiivJm Litigation End lu Favor pf Plaintiff IDORR18, Calif., April 3. Deci sion in favor of tho plaintiff was rendered by Justice Harrison Wil kins In tho case of Lewis Hawk against Feto Deck Involving the lurcony 0f a horse. The case- was tried In the local justice court last Saturday with W. II. A. Renner of Klamath' Falls acting as attorney for the defendant and J, D. Ham mond of Macdocl for the plaintiff. Hawk alleged that the horse in quuatlon disappeared from the George Madden ranch,, of which be was In charge, some time In Jan uary of this year, and that upon treeing tbe animal In Deck's posses- Mr. and Mrs. Qeorgo Fttrber of this place are the proud parents of a 10-pound baby girt,, born March 31. The little lady has been named Norma Louise. Little Anna Burnett, who has been III at the Varren Hunt hos pital grow worse again after com ing homo. An effort was made Monday to remove her to the hos pital, but failed, as the buggy broko down on account of the bad roads. She was taken back homo again. Tho lost report Is that she Is much better, and Intend to resumo her duties again at school. Howard Wynant, government ditch supervisor of this section of tho county, returned hero Monday evening from Grants Fass. Wynant had gone there to help take care of his father, who resides on a largo ranch near Grants Fass, and who was seriously 111. Wynant says his father Is well enough to be up and around at present, so he returned, as this Is the season for looking after his work In this part of tho county. v Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jory left here Saturday evening for Shlpplngton to attend a surprlso party given In honor of their daughter's twen tieth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Jory says her daughter received many useful gifts, and that it was a complete surprise to her. About SO friends were present. Jory re turned Monday, while Mrs. Jory did not return until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Furbcr and son Lewi Edgar went to Klam ath Falls Wednesday evening for an Indefinite stay. Earl Wllklns, from Odessa, was a Midland visitor Sunday. He came out In a jitney. The driver report ed a bad road. George Furber erected a 94-foot pete at his residence at Midland to replace the shorter one he now has to place h!j wlrelesg on. Furber bears music from different parts of tho United States and Canada through this medium. As Furber understands the different codes he at times hears Interesting conversa tions that take place In distant cities. Last Saturday a number of Mid land people and vicinity, on account of the bad roads, went to Klamath Fall in the good old fashioned way. as they 'looked up old Dob bin" In place of using their cars. Among those who went were Har vey Wltherall, Matthew Del Fattl, S. L. Burnett and daughters Catb- trine and Pauline, Mrs. J. D. Hoop er and son Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dcpuy and John Robust!- lennl. The young people of Midland are planning on giving a bard times dance here as soon as tho roads are dry so that a crowd can con veniently get hern without any trouble. Anyone who conic dress ed up will be fined 2S cents. An nouncement will be put In the pa per later, as soon as It can bo fore The roads In and about Midland district aro being dragged, as they aro sufficiently dry, on account of the recent sunshine. Nearly all the snow In and about Midland Is melted, and on the sunny slopes of tbo surrounding hills. I colt, lloth bones In his wrist woro fractured. He will he obliged to carry It In n sling for three weeks. Lucllo Dawson was absent from school Inst week, on account of Ill ness. Mr, and Mrs. lllchnrd Hnnnon were callers In Mt. I.nkl Sunday. Jim Stewart, Scott Thompson, Uert Dawson. Hilly O'llrlen nnd It. F. Choynn hauled gravel and mndo a walk nt tho Fntrvlew school Inst week. Jerry and Jack O'Connor aro haul ing part of the old flume to Con Cur tain's sheep-ranch. Herbert Horton of Cheyenne, Wy- online Is visiting C. A. Hill and fam ily. Horton was nn old neighbor of Hills In Kansas. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. F. Cheyno were business visitors In town last week. The Fnlrvlew grocery of Klamath Falls Is hnullng potatoes from C. A. Hill's farm. Mr. and Mrs, J. S. MeClellnn were callers In Falrvlew last Tuesday. llornlco nnd Georglo Dawson are at school again after being absent for a few days on account of illness. Albert Durant worked on his ditches Friday. Mrs. J. S. McClellan. tho Mt. Lakl school teacher. Is 111. The school was dismissed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week. Scot Thompson helped Dcrt Daw on break a colt Friday. Jim Stewart. Walter Stewart, Les lie Stewart, John Dames and Miss Avis Dames were Klamath Falls visi tors Saturday. TULE LAKE Mrs. Win. Freo and son. Christian. returned home from Klamath Falls where they have been visiting for the past week. John Faught spent last Friday with John Bailey. Jack Parker moved, with his fam ily to the I M. Hatch homestead where he will locate for several years. Mr. Flshor and family havo moved out to the Ben Daniels ranch which he bought for n homo. Mr. and Mrs. Flsher comes from Klamath Falls and recently from Montana. Boy Foglc has started tho season with plowlnr. Mr. and Mrs. Foglo and little daughter arc back to tho home stead. Mr. and Mrs. Albert West, who hare been spending tho winter in Cal ifornia aro back for a short stay. They have traded their ranch here for farm lind near Riverside, Cal. to tlio sloro nnd uostofflro building just prepared by Mrs. Kerwlu, thn newly appointed postmistress. Wilson H. Todd of Medford pni.i ed through Dorrls yesterday en route to his old homo nt Merrill He lind been on tho rond six days, nnd lind ondurod cxtrcmo difficul ties with his car. Tho ronds via Agor nnd Topsy nro almost Impns snhlo, according to Mr. Todd, Walter NlcholM hns accepted a position with tho Tuber & Wise gnrnge. I,mi Evnus, has gono to Sacra ineiito, whero ho will probably re main for several weeks on business nnd pleasure. Mr. and Mrc. F. C. Stllser ex pect to leave Dorrls for I.nkeport. California, whero Ihoy will make their future home. Stllser having purchased Interest In ono of tho hank of that place. M. Evans, who hns been confined to tils home for several days, and who was reported critically III n few dnys ago. Is recovering nnd Is nblo to bo about town ngnln. He Is ono of the enrly pioneers, nnd In past SO years of age. A d.inco for' the benefit of local union box workers will bo given nt tho Knlghlg of Pythla, hall this evening. TUN m MS IT KEPT H M ON THE JOB Was Afraid His Working Days Wera Over But He Feels Juit Fine Now. Says Burkhiser "Tnnlnc mndo n brand now man nut of me mid I ntu strong for It," snld 1. B. Burkhiser, I HO .Maryland Ht . Portland, Ore.: "Three years of stomach trnublo nnd kidney disorder lind pulled me down until I wns nlmost past going and nothing I ntn ngreed with me. My liver didn't work right nnd my bnrk right over my kidney hurt me so that 1 couldn't bend over and straighten up again without suffer lug agony. "I wns very much nlnrmod for fear that my working dnys were over and I am convinced Hint they would have been If I hndn'l gotten Tnnlnc In time. "This medicine has benefited mo In CLASSIFIED ADS WWWSSssswyyt W WWWWwsj MMMSsWWWW MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Somo building lots nt jour own price. See Dick, 2t0 Broad St. 1.3 tOR SALE Wheat, marquis and bluo stem. J. II. Barnes, It. F. I). No. 1. Klamath Falls. 1-t ANTEI Furniture to rnflulsh ami upholster. Work and prices both right. W. W Donarl. Phono 7KV. 2M WANTED Practical nursing: mater nity cases especially: good refer- ences. 441 Michigan ave or ItnliM Meat market. Phono 296W. 1-4 FOR SALE OR RENT 3 room cot tage, Klamath and Puyne. l-C DORRIS MT. LAKI, FAIRV1EW Jim Stewart has rented 60 acres of his place to Evert Mann, Mrs. Albert Durant and little daughter, Dorothy and Arlenc, spent three days last week with Mrs. Dur ant's sister, Mrs. Heseltlne. Mrs. C. Snow, Mrs. T. N. Case and Mrs. J, Koontz called on Mrs. II. D. Morrison last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ferguson and Mr. Wells at tended the program given by the Falrvlew school. Wells spoke on cen tralized schools, "Walter Folsom had tho misfortune to have a horso fall with him and fracture bis leg. Clarence Hill was thrown from a slon be was Informed that It had been legally purchased. Beck claim ed that he purchased the horse and paid for It In cash. By Justice Wllklns' decision, Hiwk was given possession of tbo animal. DORRIS. Calif., April 1. Don ald M. Apcl, reporter for Brad street, was In town yesterday on tho annual visit for tho purpose, of obtaining Information used by the company In credit rating. George M. Madden Is here for n few days from his homo In Berke ley, visiting old friends and attend ing to matters of business. Mr. Madden was formerly ono of Butto Valley's leading ranchers. An election for tho purposo of filling tho vacancy caused by the expiration of tho term of Mrs. Mar garet Kerwin on the school board was held yesterday. R. I). Craig was tho only announced candidate A petition was circulated yester day in conformity with U. 8. postal regulations for tho removal of tho seen that tho wetther is settled. Mr. and Mrs, Hllbert Sargent, ac companied by Miss Ila Hooper, wore Klamath Falls visitors Mon day. Roscoo Largcnt of Klamath Falls spent tho week end at tho home of hi. brother, Hllbert Largcnt of Mil ler Island. Mr. Hunnon was a Klamath Falls visitor Saturday, postofflce from its present location FOR SALE OR TRADE Two story uncK business mock, 27 '.4 x 60. Lot. 100 feet deep, Main street, Ash land, ti rooms on second floor nnd big store room main floor. Will Irndo for liouso or acreage or sell at snap. Owner Room 409, Medford Bldg., Medford. 13-3 FOR SALE S.MALLUY ALFALFA GRINDER 40 Inrh cutting Imr grinding rapacity 10 to 25 tons per day. Suit, able for commercial or prlratn farm use. Can bo operated either station ary at barns and warehouses or port, able for field use In moving from stack to stack. Tho machines have been In nctunl operation nnd their merits fully tested thoroughly over hauled and In running order. Prices very reasonable. Look this over for your own benefit For further Information, wrlto to Globe Grain Milling company, Sac ramento, California. 30-r. FOR RENT Furnlshod apartment, Lorcnt apts. 125 N. 6th. 31-1 Saw mill machinery for sale. Ono CO x 16 ft. Butt seam steam boiler, 125 lb. steam pressure allowed by Hartford Insurance company. Nearly now. Ono 12 x 16 Houston Stan wood & Gamble center 'crank cnglno, flno condition. Ono American Senior edger 4 x 46, In first class condition. Box T. C. Her ald office. 31-6 Woman wanted for general liouso work. Good wages, Tlio Realty store. Realty, Ore ss-3 Maka your auto new, with Auto-Nu Day coat enamvl. On sain nt W. E. and J. E. Patterson, 630 S. Cth. 27-7 FOR SALE A good logging outfit In A-l condition, G ton truck and 8 a ton trailer at half price. Box 3 S3, city. 29-4 FOUND String of beads on Ninth street. Owner may havo samo at Herald offlco by paying for this ad. 30-2 FOR SALE 1 Dodge car In first class mechanical condition. Price right. Imperial garage. 23tf Teach your dollars to have more cents by getting W. E. & J. K. Pat terson to figure on painting, 630 H. Cth. 27-7 K1I.Z HCIIOOL OF Mt'HIO Present enrollment 38 pupils. Ttirn Mutt lUt n Krarton For the fact that our present enroll ment Is tho largest over held by a school lu Klamath county. Complete courso on thn piano In 20 lessons, Course starts at any time. Enroll now. Studio 306-309 Winters' Bldg. 20tf If you want to sell If. buy It. trade It. or find It. trr Ilnrald eluilfUi! FOR RENT 100 acres good Irrlgat-lad. cd land. Cash or crop rental. In- qulro Box 2, Herald office. 30-6 FOR RENT Furnished four room apt. Phono 273J. 30-1 Swedish select certified seed oats, ton lots 24 eta; loss quantity 3 els. J. A. Bushong, Klamath Falls, Ore gon, M-3-Apr. 1 Good Watch Repairingand Metz are synonymous (see Webster) "alike, corre spondent, equivalent, identical, interchange able, like, same, similar." Therefore when most people think of watch repairing they in stantly think of Metz. Get the habit and at the same time, satisfaction. GEO. L. METZ 622 Main St Friendship and Respect pKUONDSinp and Respect, in- herent in lasting business re lations, are based upon mutual service and scrupulous meeting of obligations. OUU business has prospered be cause of these rules being the foundation of this Company. qEUVICE is our watchword; we or are ready to serve you NIGHT DAY. I THE CAUFORNIA OREGON POWER CO. tery way nnd I ent, sleep, work nnd feel holtcr.thnii In years." Tanlae and Tuiilae Vegetable Pills are sold by druggists ou'ryuhore Adv. OREGON BREVITIES to Myrtle Point -Standard Oil build distributing station here. I'lilon to lay water innliis prior In paving. Oakland- Drilling for oil starts. Eugene whiiIh tlolliliiK fartory Coruillln Mountain Ktntes I'nuer company to erect brick IhihIiiom building. MMIl'i: Charles liar put has ulltnlrnuii from thn partnership of llnrpil K. Wheeler nt Rocky Point resort, lie creHtloii, P. 0 Oregon Mb" Muuil Wheeler lontlliues III the htinllloin nml tins taken over nil iiiifliilahnl liinilni'KB mutter Recreation. Oregon, April 1st, IH52 Signed, CIIAH II IIAItl'HT MAIM) WHEELER I-.'.' tf A WRKiLE sHssksWSsVl!atLkflKsVijsHs WML Juicy Fruit, Peppermint and Spearmint arc certainly three delightful flavors to choose from And WIICLEY'S Mthc new sugar-coated pepper mint gum, is also a great treat for your sweet tooth. All arc from the Wrigley factories where perfection is the rule. Save the wrappers Good for valuable premiums WMGLEVSs?. a&O C31 fill EBSOWnrroWr U DOINGS OF THE DUFFS WHEN HELEN'S AWAY THE CHILDREN WILL PLAY BY ALLMAN noseburg New concrete block building started. Portland Artisans to add four stories costing $150,000. Lancaster to build new 2-room school building. State highway commission lets fl, 000,000 road contracts. 5IVE IT TO HIM. DAHMV- 50AK HIM A GOOD ONE I WOULD HAVE HAD THE. BEST OF Vol IF 70U HADN'T TICKLED ME.! f ME- WILL YOU? SS?lS?P-Mtrf ) ' y VOU BETTER KEEP I fETr V -"u 5 IeEF V. . kr A STILL OR I'LL fICL t ' HA-HA- J ,'C T L- 7 !Z I ' "pr " ATTjrflON POULTRYMEN 100 fc. Chick Feed $3.35 100 lb Chick Math $3.25 100 tbi. Meat Scrap $6.00 501b, Charcoal $2,50 100 lb i. Ground Bone $3.25 100 lbs. Efff Mash! $3.25 SPECIAL 100 tbt. Dairy Feed $1.25 Murphey's Feed Store 124 South Sixth Street, - Phone.7rr w IV I v .