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VETERANS' LAND f
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. ptfR Us close of tk Civil war
Mir thousand veterans made
forma and aomes out of the broad
cm west ot the MUalulppl which
a gtatotal nation fare to them. The
treat 'buffalo raage was transform
4. IMS mfal fields. Town and
cltitt sraag P and prospered.
Aaorfoaa 'civilisation advanced a
tktksaaa' altoa westward.
'lift wtj aavis millions ot Tet
ania of the world war. Many ot
Meat desire to lead their Itres oh
rflU.ale farms. Our tree arable
laaooaro loae. hat we have millions
of'aaraa ot arid land which can he
aula, mitful hy artlflcUtly water
lac &a. d aore alllloa acres
of loapaa aad overflowed land thai
eaa va auda richly prodactlve hy
dnhawft. World war veteraat
waWd'hava arlorHy rivht to this
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TheM facts ware aaeatadMre, WAfc ,hree
eeMhyvy awr Mwry la
afoiak 4v9ertMt mn amntdaAnt,
to -Hw earners hoaaa Mil. Be did
at aoak flcmwUvaly when ha
a! flit a He oaartiltr u
Btroa to eokffffcea to do craat things;
f oaffro hetidla. IVr'li Mht
whW M saya that It 'the veteraio
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ebllaML M too aauon e amw were eat
ed laveaUseat of the fad
raaeat la aew farms which
create $Je7sTt Betp belu
tb, OtJlied atee" wtUae
Whstfhh ebJeetlve of the trnUh-
!7..Mw -mi... ... w awtito aamher was fnrther Increased by 44
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a laaa owaera aa mmn
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' praetteal matter the United
rerhmeat cannot create, .
mMewtarmers over atghiany more
thaa.K eoatd create aa army of a
mUMasi 'soldiers over might. Prae-Uoam.-thaiw
ia much' agoay had
aoartaehe connected with the earv
lag raf iialUtoa farms' out of a bar
rem laaiseayeleaVa caretally pur
sed evarnmeat Irrigation policy
will create 'for this country a aew
emot're of arhhU wad. which some
da y some oaa wilt he 'profitably
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Yes. (Shirt are longer. But we
etM hare mice.
What makes a half bald man mad
der than buying a whole hair cut
' Love nests are hatching out breach
of premise suit.
Miners won't dig down as deep as
thelnaa who'buyi their coal.
Soma towns have all the luck.
Philadelphia landlord Is missing.
Men who long for the long days
woald bate long underwear.
fcrery man deserves a living wage
except a saupfaoae player.
When school opens a boy's neck
. tklaka, every day Is Saturday nlgbt.
" Way doa't noma women have to
pofr Ineome tax on three-fourths of
,wht thatr haahaad'a make!
Travel broadens some. Others re
a-BMho aa awful couatrrsibat
a IwWfirm'l's using Austrian money
ta wra aoap la.
Love makee the world go round;
hat knocking a man on the bead has
tha same effect. ,
Hant the bright side. Ifwekaew
what tha weather was going to be,
haw aawM atraafera UlkT i
iJfhtaMf aever1 strikes twice' la
heWaio pkw, bat antra do.
7 Aaalrc to Represent Cen-
tml Sutea In United
CIIICARO, III., Sept. 0. Sixty
seven cltlienn, aspiring to repnent
their sules In th linlted Stntrs sen
ate, oeeamo caudlJaUs for that if
flee In ten sttkei ot the central ivrst
In primary race this sprint; and
summer. Election of pnernor In
eight states called out n field ot 52
men for the eight efflres.
Nebranka led In ths "open Hold
and no favor" contei for ecnatnV,
six nien fighting for the republican
nomination, three for ih dAinocratlc
and three or the progressive Mis
souri followed with six republicans
fighting for the prlrlloifJ of oppr itng
Senator Reed, who won over a field
ot three In the democratic nomina
Iowa had eight candidates for the
senate office, six republicans and
iwo democrats. Texas, Minnesota,
and Indiana followed rloie with
seven candidates. Ohio and Michi
gan senatorial contests called out
five candidates each. North Dakota
had four and Wisconsin three.
Ohio proved the favorite field for
gubernatorial candidates, thirteen
Jumping Into the race tor the one
executive office of that state. Kan
sas was the conflict field tor 10 can
didates for governor, two ot them
women, Nebraska had eight, Wiscon
sin aad Oklahoma five each, North
Dakota and Michigan four each and
High Light Achievements
of the Republican
Debt nmi Expenica Slashed, Liberty
Bonds at Par, Unemployed nt Wotls.
' Peace Promoted, BudKct lab
lUhed, Prosperity Revived.
JOHN T. All VMM. CIMIUMXN IIM'l lll.lt'AN
.WTIOVU. I OMMITTt.ti'
This sudden increase In the num-
aef of candidates for state offices Is
In marked contrast with the number
placed before the voters under the
old party convention system. The
Increase In tha number ot candidates
for congressional offices was even
larger thutaat for senate and gov-
Sixteen months ago the Republican
I'arty took over thi manaKemont of
the lanrertt business coneeru In the
world. It found the ortanlatlnn of
this concern utterly demoralized as a
result of elsht jears of riotous v.iMe,
Kos mismanagement and clas Kk
Islatlon. There a a bonded indebt
edness of j:3,99T,O00.OOO Uoternmcnt
bonds were si-IIIhk at S5 cent on the
dollar. Thtre Sere outstanding luant
to foreign eiyintrles'ot Jll.OOO.POO.OOO,
for which there was no written el
dence of Indebtedness, much less any
business or legal agreempnt as to how
ahd when the loans and Interest were
to be paid. The discount rato at Fed
eral Reserve Dinks was 7 5 per cent,
for gilt edge loans. Five million wage
earners were in Idleness. Farmers
faced bankruptcy llnnl times pre
vailed. Ruslness lived from hand to
.mouth. Evrj thing needed readjust
meat and reconstruction. Such, In a
broad wa. were the conditions pre
vailing when this administration took
control of the countr and the present
WILL LOG LAST
80 Mile, of Main Line Rail
way neceatary to Tap
has been reduced until it is now 4.5
Tim last ear. ot Wilson's admin
istration the nctuxl cost of running
tha government was IS.MS.OOO.OOO. The
netual cosiot running the government
for the fWaf'vtnr JdU ended Juna
30 was JSl.TJj.WO.OOrt This Is an un
nual saving of 1.7:t,oO0,l)U0 which the
Republican udmlitistrntlon has niniln
in tWn routine expenditures of the gov
ernment. This was possible because
the itepuMtcan Congress earlv In Its
special session re enacted a budget law
which the previous Republican Ion
gress had passed only to have n Dem
ocratic President veto It. It was easl
ly the most lmiortant plecu of busi
ness legislation which lias been en
acted within this nenerMlon After
Its ennctment It was sensibly applied
b) the cxeiullvo nfllcers of tho Re
The work of Congress, the wise ad
ministrative policies and the Introduc
tion of business methods by thu de
partments in the conduct of public
Republican Congress was called Inloinffalr l.nvn all combined to revive. In
special session. dividual and corrorate enterprise, ro
Today we have a President whoveithai today. In contrast to a )ear ago,
wise, business-like, contructhe noil-1 unemployment has ceased to be a
cles have won the confidence and af
fecllon of the American people- lie
baa surrounded himself with a cab
inet composed of men endowed with
common sense, specially qualified fur
tha work of their departments and
devoted to the promotion of public
welfare. As soon as the administra
tion assumed control 1l called into
special session the Republican Con
factor outside of tiio.ni Industries lit
whfch there art: slrikes. Agriculture
Is on Its feet. Iluslness Is Improving
each da. Industrial output Is Increas
ing. Capital Is going LacVrto work In
the, channels of'private and profitable
enterprUe, It reall make some dif
ference at (the end ot a year whether
the government has been controlled by
an administration and a Congress that
W.SHIN(lTONHiiit. !, The last
Kroat met of tmtntichml phut timber
lit the United Stales ntul tho lunt
frontier ot noltlenuiiit, nro nhoitt to
Itehlml tho nuuouneoment ot tho
forest service, regiiullng the proposed
sale of timber In the Malheur nation
al foroM, Oregon, hmh n hiatemeut by
tho National l.timber .Mnnutacturers
association, lumbermen sen thu liu't
opportutilly for their trade to dent
Initially with a virgin forest ot great
extent, and the last opportunity for
4 he settler to take possession of a
region, now rcmnto.trom rnllivuvii
ami markets, ami virtually iiumhciI
"The opening for nnlo of tho tim
ber of the Rear valley unit of thu
Malheur nntlonnl forest," sns tho
statement, "affects S90,flnQ,000 fee I,
of the great Illun ntoitntnlnn forests,
no iv, and means the beginning of tint
lumbering cf tho entire firest with
Its moro than 7.000,000,000 feet tif
timber. To begin tho lumbering
operations It will be notessary to
IjiilM about to miles; of mnln lino
rnllwny, besides tap lines, which wilt
open for settlement tin agricultural
country with nreu of ,10,000 xiuarn
"While this ancient forest Is doom
ed, the terms nro such that the suc
cession of Its sylvan posterity Is se-
'!"'! rmuu me jicpuDiican v.on- an auminisiraiion nnu a .o3Kn-ss nmi i --- - -- - '
gress to assist it In straightening out are generally ilcat In contrast to an euro. Though the timber now offered
admlnlslrauou una congress tnni werei tor saie ny mo loresi service m mi-
the situation. Since then the execu
live and the legislative branches or
the government, both under Repub
lican control, have worked together.
As a result or their Joint effort there
has been wltmn the Ust 16 months a
marvelous transformation. The bond
ed Indebtedness bat been reduced b
11.014.000.000. Today every Issue of
The Republican party will go before
the countrv tiil. fall without any apol
ogy for this record. It Is a record
which needs no defense. The people
are not going to stop the magnificent
work so well begun The are not
going to retreat to the conditions
I flclent only to keep a moderate nlsml
mill running continuously for 20
year, tho service will nt the end of
that time open up another unit and
eventually 7,000,000,000 feet of tim
ber will bo nvnllable. It Is reckoned
that by the time the. Ust unit Is cut
I Uhitrfv And VIrfnrv rtimt Id ninM ...vlt. M..l.nM.l ! I.. Mirh 1nl I over, flm flrf nni wilt h, rmilv fue
ttt V "aKllT 'V 0L?i,,? tSPfewntlng an In- They are not going to return the IK111. j cutting again,
drnfe Candida tessalft In J arrtiee cT3i uo.Oflh.Oifcj in the value n?'rp.ilc nartv toiimner and thereby re-l Tim. nvriMiitumi ,inviMnnu,ni in
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omlnatlfai for 13 congrcawonat Ji Eoycjaiat-m; ectmes in y moiu?. n the evil conditions wiiieh iiaveini,u upon ln im.rn? activities
oJlnhuBdred andjk orty , "
rTatTlOO vaeaneleank the H""1
stauhowae of represcrnutlves. One
sample ballot that from Allan county.
tfof ataWalsansoo r y ,r , - .
aaRfor stAeU .fjtaAtJrad f S VI J, '
o offices. iThe simple,' ballot
In Ohio there were 104 republican
terest rate at Federal Reserve Rinks oMbe' government
jJ ' t
JC t 1
n'olfurn of adjacent regions.
In k. m.,I .-ai. .' .m . ... . , .1... .
"" sm.iuiiij-.Hin ims.Deen ere- Ufn so largely corrurjeu in cut- ii-ii wlW.1 u,ii mlliv l,nn.lr...l. ,.r 1
swerfe of Ratting foivltn if,' months of .Republican control of' . .. ., ...,..,,,
loans on a commercial basis. The In the' executive and ltxislatlve branches "" T. '. ? -s, .,, Hlnt
s uiaii win iiiiiiiiiriairiiiii inn iniiirv sia
using the national forests as an ad
junct ot tho general progrrsa nnil
ing to tho forecast of tho foreat ser
vfre thero will bo at least one log-,
glng and lumbering unit that, will
never havu to move on to find new
forests, nt least one saw mill town
which will never die for tack of ma
teVlal for Its Industries.
of this nambcr will be
2.-JO H D'AlVAUn
Virt-nln safts4IHatoai Vntft
ft. KVIcWaifesamiarnomlnatloni laf v
tlon for county offices In Douglss
county, which Includes .the city ot
Sixty-eight candidates sought
county offices In Sedgwick county,
Kansas, eighteen of whom will be
elected to office. Thirteen candi
dates were In the field for the office
W1U, TRY tp SHOW
V SI I u -- Vj s
. sV-ATUaMto. urriinns
ARE OUT OF DATE
CHICAGO, III., Sept. . Scientists
will attempt to demonstrate that
mother's .methods In baking bread
are out Of date when the bakery ex
position and conventions of national
baker associations are held Septem
ber 11 to 1C.
How modern scientific control has
taken all chance and possibility of
mishap out of what was once moth
er's "intuition" In getting a good
bake of family bread will be shown
at the 'exposition to be held on the
Huge steel-armed tntxers, each
navlng the strength and working
force of 200,000 women, traveling
ovens and other modern machinery
will demonstrate the exactitude In
the modern bake shop.
Progress of the baking Industry
within the last fifteen years will be
shown In machinery valued at more
than 11,000,000 which will bo in
operation, turning out bread, pies
and cakes according to present day
quantity production methods.
More than 6,000 bakers are ex
pected to attend the exposition and
'the convention of the various nation
al baking organisations meeting at
the 'same time.
Among the prominent speakers will
be H. C. Splllman, who will talk on
"The Man Behind the Loaf; H, A.
Wheeler, vice president of the Un
ion" Trust Co., Chicago; I, K. Rus
sell, editor of "Baking Technology"
and Dr, W. w1. Skinner, assistant
chief of the U. 8, Bureau of Chem
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NATURE'S WONDERFUL AND AMERICA'S
MOST FAMOUS PLAYGROUND
1tt hotels nro nmrvelmtn cstnhllithmentH. Us eninpH nro pretty III
tin lent ntul cottage vllliigeii, iiioiltiU of cleanliness, luiiillnllmi,
comfort anil simple. Intoniiiil living 3tm mllmi of fine biiiilnviirilii.
An Ideal place feu vneatloii plenimieH Hend for beautifully Illus
trated booklet tolling ll about IU wiuidiirM In Word mid pleinre.
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR
Operated DAILY between
PORTLAND and WEST YELLOWSTONE
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
Round trip fare, via I'orland, going ami
H) NOW, The Park clones rfepleniber ll.
Let our representative explain the var
X lolls tourn which eniililo visitors In hmi
tho Yellowstone so comfortably and at
minimum tost; also liiotn fares, prepare
your Itinerary nml iiinku jour teservu-lions.
J. II O'NI.Il.t.. Traveling I'assenger
Agent, with heailiUartern at 701 Wells
Furgn llullillng, I'ortlaiir, will le glad to
arrange nil detnlls for anyone wishing
to visit Yellowstone, Drop hint a card or
W.M. SlrMurriiy, (leneral Passenger Agent,
am aaB9aaswl aTJ IrLi
W E vSSaaSNvAB
Enter your dairy ftock at the
October 4, 5, 6
It will encourage othert to get better
Let's all get behind the fair and make
best we have ever had.
Housewives ask for
Klamath Creamery Butter
and help the dairyman.
Klamath Falls Creamery
Ifero'ttUnn of the crew cf COO of H. M. S. Rufelglf nro making their
way ashore after tho veisel hud gouo aground off Labrudor, ,
PAY AT THE LIBERTY
It )ou ever taw that old Musical Comedy
"THE WIZARD OF OZ"
You will remember Fred Ktone for ho played the "Btravy Man." To
day he comes to ux In ,
THEDUKE OF CHIMNEY BUnE"
A snappy western fctory with breezy comedy In tho mtko-up
"SB 'EM. BROWNIF'
with "DrownjB" The Wonder Dog, is a real addition to the program
which i rounded out with tho latest International News. .
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1 Continuous uhow Sunday starting at 1 p. m. The attraction
is "SISTERS" featuring Seena Owen. Tlio story is by Kathloen
Nqrris'and was one of "Good Housekeeping's" features last year.
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