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THE EVEWNGJjERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Portland for n visit with his uncle,
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WKONKHDAY, OCTOIIKR 2 H8S
THE FACTS SPEAK I
POLOOISTS for Walter Pierce,
democratic candidate fer rov-
e'rh'or, blinded by pnrtNanshlp. nrc
Making futllo efforts to mlntmtte
the importance and force Of the
charge that he mod public fund
' for private profit, through borrow-
lag money from the state school
fund under false pretenses.
i The Portland Telegrnm. which
first printed the chances against
Pierce, and also copies of different
slocamcnts that substantiated the
charges, reviews the facts on which
the assertions of fraud arc based,
Jt First. In 'tho Administration of
the Irreducible school fund,- 15,000
was fixed as tho maximum If-an to
one borrower. Pierce fraudulently
borrowed soveral times tho maxl
I mum amount. Deliberately he did
; this. Was this aej a "perfectly pro
' ,per transaction?"
In the nest placo, he made a pre
tense, of selling land to relatives.
Wlm this "perfectly proper!"
In tho next place tho mythical buy
ers of Pierce's land, nndor his dlrcc
tl6n, sworo In their applications for
loans that they were the bona fldo
owners of tho land. Would you call
Piorco's inducing othern to awoar tc
a wholly fslii statement "perfectly
Theao thlnrs are In tho record.
,Tl:o facts aro established, not by
any one's statement based on mem
ory, but by documentary evidence
which cannot bo impeached. Furth
ermore, Pierce pleads guilty to the
I whole disreputable? business.
. Tho Telegram is strongly Inclined
I to tho opinion that the pcoplo of
Orc&on do not wish to harn as tho
chief I'xrcutlvo of their statu u man
where mind Is so constituted that he
cannot dlstlngllsh between a public
trust and a prlrato graft, between
deceit nod honesty, between a wrong
act and a "perfectly proper transac
Tho governor of n stato finds him
self In many positions whoro such a
conception of "perfectly proper
transactions" may" moan incalculable
loin to tho people of the state.
' J, ill. Mason Is hero on n brief
business visit from his home In
Mr. and Mr. William U.iclininn
left on tho morning train for Port
land, where they wilt lslt with
friends and relatives for soveral
Mr. and Mrs. W. h. Moore are
hern from Inkevlew on a combined
business and pleasure trip. Moore
mndo Klamath Kails his headquar
ters when ho was interested In tho
onto stage buslne.t,
Oak Hogg, whom many of the
older residents will rememhnr n.
having lived here when n small boy,
Is hero to make his home, having
nrrlrcd recently from Corvallls.
Hoggs has not been here since, be
fore the war. Ho was in France
until 1920, and came home to find
his father had died during his absence.
-Mrs. j. u. Applegate accompanied.
oy ner aaugnter, .Mrs. G. E. Plel. arc
here from Ashland, visiting with
Mrs. Applegate's daughter, Mrs. W.
O. Smith, and family. It has been
two years since Mrs. Applegate has
visited at her old home, and she Is
expecting to be here only a few
dayg at this time. Today the two
visitors are at Brook Farm', the
country homo, of Mr. and Mm. L. II.
Tho Psychology lecture delivered
Monday night at the Woman's Li
brary club rooms by Dr. Van Waters
was enjoyed by those who attended,
and was considered by them to be a
veritable mental feast, according to
-Mrs. w. H. rtobertson. The Inter
est and appreciation of thosj pres
ent appeared to partly compensate
tho speaker for the small audience,
she said. Dr. Van Waters has con
sented to give a Iccturo on each of
his monthly visits, and has rcom
tncndod as reading matter, for those
Interested In psychology, Dr. Tlobln-
millis shied i piiii
Unobtrusive Work of Two
Men May Result in End
of Locust Plague
PHIbADKt.PIIlA, Oct. 21. Tho
quiet, (timibstrusWe labor of t wo
Philadelphia scientists during recent
year In the realm of locusts, grass
hoppers, and katydids may cave hu
United Slates millions of dollars.
In tho future. It Is demonstrated
each car In thi near east, South
America, and other regions, lihw
possible It Is for n locust horde,
largo enough to darken the sky for
hours, to rise out of no where and
eat to the ground thousands of
miles of harvest. This has Imp
pc noil even In the United States,
and n recurrence Is what tho scien
tists ar laboring to prcviut.
Tho two men, James A. CI. Hehm,
recording secretary of the Academy
of Sciences, this city, and Morgan
Ik'.mrd, research associate, return
ed recently from a tour of southwest
United Slates In the course of
which they ga'thered no lews than
9,000 locust specimens. Hchm de
clared that they are now approach
ing tho end of the supey they- set
memseivos to mage of this portion
oi me insert word rittoen ve.irs
' Cm den Tmvl .)ed Shift
I It Is well to pick out a now spot
ror llui home ogttulU) garden ul
this tlmo of jo.ir one of the best
, ways to prexent tho Inrrenso of veg
etable diseases from jeAr to year Is
to rotate the coll In order tint para
sites tint got established -with oho
crop may haxo a ehanro to die out
before the crop In again grown on
tho wiiio land This often takes royi
oral jenra Potato ground especial
ly should be nitnted on nrenunt of
wilt and rhlroctniila, ,
soon as posslliUi with tlordemix I-1-fiO
whoro Kutopeau conker In pto-aent.
Seed for net jenr idtould now lux
sole ted from I ho most dlneare free!
llo!d and kepi under bust tur.np
(oiidltlouii, Plan for n steil plot
lit X t .Nl'lir. Hill rcluUloii Of SOl'll
dneH mil go far.
well uii li'i tl ni potiitoi -
find n better nuiiket mid soil bolter
than field run or partly nrnded
sIimIi TIik iiMiiliiieiil station call
loll ou how to miiliii and urn' a pu
iiiin niHtur, ii" tnl in nr unite itiiid-
llcnf lieu IIomi im
.Vow Is tho lime hi fly the roof or i
the poultry homo If It luis not been
Krafts Cmisp MNeiiMM
Wulclt the xeutllatorx and sk
llnhtn In the poultry house r.nd keep
them closed to avoid drafts which
result In roup, leg weakness, and
ci-lds. If the birds aru affected with
colds, tincture of Iodine injected
Into the nostrils by means of a inn-1
chine oil can. aftijr mjueetlng out
tho mucous, will prevent the ,cold
from dcudoplnn Into canker or
Fii'hIi Mush for l.u)ers .
See that the pullets cunsume as
luiirh mash us poislbln ns this Is I
what -will mako them luy The
tendency Is to e.it too iniirli scratch ,
feed which causes them to stop l.iy
(?aufoin I a Oregon i
VCWK1K COMIWNV i
t"s( ( jL i m i'" . j
i Ing. They should have ull the green
feoil thin will tnkp. tilnnli- nf frili
iiriH. , ..... .1 ..-- ........
wue iU never i.now, MCCiareu , buttermilk., nmt ns mneli mn.li n
nehm, "when some species will .cr3tcli grain
arlso In overwhelming number, as, ...
the llocky Mountain locust did In
the late seventies and early clsh
ties. This species swept from its
native habitat in Montana and the
northwest generally, clear down
through tho wheat states as far
outh as Texas, devouring every
growing thing lu Its path.
"The( nanual cost to the world J
Pall grain cr disked cultivated,
land will often prove better thHiij
spring grain where dm seed bed Is i
prepand by plonlng. I
wW wim deadly regularity. The
grwtt valdo of tb0 expeditions fos-
on bock. "Th Vln.l In th. st.t. !ki.;i-" -. -nr''jt.i - -.
ln. olao O. Stanley Hall on "Seno-Jural stations In this country nn.l
Peaches should be fall sprayed
with Itordcnux 1-4-50. The earlier
the butter. Tho ruins bring favor
able conditions for blight nnd die-
nt large of locust tibituc i ni,'nf I hack Infections. Gel ahead ofthem.
1100.000,000. Last year fi.000 ""
acres In Hrltlsh Columbia were Kil" !,l'r3',,"t ",M,t ,)0 "I'Pl'ed
stripped and In the Orient South ' for l'ro,,,cU"" "nnlnsr upplo tree nn
Afrlca. tho Levant, nnd Sou'th Am-, ,,,racn,,,e wl,cro '"""""r "-rdeaux
erica the insects descend J"" "V1 avXM' .U-S? !l -''30.
I sinviiHiu iici iiuaM in iiiu iiiui ii
possible. Don't neglect tlu )ouuk
ANNOUNCEMENT , ,
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS:
Because of the prevailing market condition it, has been' fount!
necessary to rnisc the onle price of our 7'',' preferred capital stock
from $92 to $95 per share.
This increase will laltc effect nl tho 'close of business Turn
day, October 31, 1922.
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER COMPANY
.Tjiicrn nennitc information of
the habits, geographical preference,
nnd data on the conditions which
favor their development.
In tho building of tho Academy
of Science hero they are approxi
mately four hundred thousand
specimens of locusts, reprtsentlnc
' to nun .....,,. . .. ., .
and one morning ho took his stand ,',,, , T P''C-
i.- .. . . 'llt. tlio InrccHt roll. 'film. In .
world. Siipnertlni: lh nm.-iw.J
In an unpirallciled storo of well
The druggist is more than a mer
chant. Try tho drug storo first Cur
rln says so. 'n-
Ill Training C'rouml
Pat nan on the lnok-out for work.
In a group outside the K.itex nf
Cut out carefully nnd completely
the old cnukers and fall spray us
largo engineering establishment.
Presently the foreman camo up and
Inquired. "Aro thero nny drlllern
"Ves," answered Pat, stepping
Hac Vnu llranl This One?
PROBLEMS FACED BY
"Tho forcmnn engaged him at
:::'":,",. . r...R y,mX M1Ip" R"3go mi
'"" u "" "ua i exclaimed: "Whafa wrong with my
"The foreman asked him In sar-' ,. . ..... .. . . ...
-..i. . .... ... """uut.ii i urim ii carein y, I'm
lern d UH;- ' y0U,lla ui 30 miles to the gallon
. learn drilling? ' of gasoline.- Tho attemlint whoso
"in the army.'was Pat's reply. falcr mvnc a r
nos2u:x ivtr.2 cmmz&j.irrT!tiAUzuzmx.xwjm
1 v A,VCHOUAC!K. Alaska. Oct. 25.--Locomotlva
such as chasing cows off tho track
and waiting for hotses to give up
the right of way, aro being ecroun
terol by engineers of the Alaska
railroad Just as they wore encoun
tered on tha pioneer railroads of the
"statos" years ago.
One train came Into Anchorage
, front Kenana recently sereral ho tire
behind tlmo and reported It was
held up by a herd of 1C00 reindeer
which essayed to .crosi the track In
advance of the train. A little later
n cow was encountered and a flock
of bens darted across the track.
Ono hen was kilted.
"Just llko railroading
cd Colgate's or Pex or Siulbb's and
plenty of pep and tho tone Is su-i" """""rusmor no grnr teen. How
I many nines :o jwu gew
perlor.- Currln eqys so.
j tho sheep belt of Kansas," remarked
' Garden Court Tolict preparations
don't have long French names at-
lacnoa to tnm Dut the QUALITY is
1b thoMttust tha same.
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ro i: uivkn jVWAy
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FALL:COLDS AND COMPLICATIONS
Most any cold seems insinificant in its early st.iK-s. Mul v hen nt'tzU'cti'd il may re-
suit in serious complications, fciich al Grippe, Influcnzn, Etc. You ,-huuld, lliereforc,
give careful attention to a cold as ,oon a fii-j -vmptoins appear.
Underwcod's White Pine Compound with Menthol and Eucalyptus is il. remedy
which will promptly rout a cold. It is purely vtcUible and as wife- for children as
adults. Keep a bottle on hand duriiiir the fall unison of clnmrim? weathor, when
colds attack so suddenly.
Matinee starts promptly at 2:00 o'clock.
First evening performance at 7,30. Reg
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