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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
riim.w, iiixt.miikh tin, insa
IS j earn or more a consistent nsl
attan In fnvor ot the bettor rare
Tfie EveningHerald ' ,3
i 1 1 1 1. I n(,d Improvement of tho forest land
r. R. MTJUt. .Rflter aftet FaMUhw ' nrenn nt Ihn atntn. As n result many
people line been Interosteil In tin.
tlcrtnklnB to put forestry Into prac
I'nbllehed dally xcept Sunday, at i tlee on their own land either by
Tho Herald Fublltntng Company ot jiinntlnR or throuRh jrenernl rultur
H. B. MMj. ........... ....City BdRet
V. O. NICKLH Astrerttetec Maaat I
Klamath. Falla, at 119 Eighth street ',
Entered at the poitotflce at Klam
ath Palls, Ore., for trrmamtnton
throuRft tbe malla ai aeeond-claaa
Or THR ASBOOIATED
''The jlcld tai Is mi Ideal plan i
from the Umber laud owners' point I
of Ocw tor the reason that the bulk
of the tax on his forest property! Is
cut: at that timet the product Is sold
nml the Incolne mado nvallablo to
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TheMaaoetalod rreaa (a kxcloalra- j,m out 0t which to pay these taxes
!r."!lrlm n?ih5!.,w 2d l' "On the other band, tbe local coin,
tlon of 4tll nawa dispatches credited J . ' . ,'
to It, or tot othorfrltB credltod In munltles In forested sections, many
mis paper,- ana aiso usa ioci ubwb.oi mem uepcnacm lu a Tory iniita
pnbllBtyed heroin. j extent on taxes rcnlUed from forest
properly must nac n mure ur ir"
stnbta nnnual Income with which 'to
carry on community functions.
"It Is this adjustment of the two
diametrically opposite Interests of
All Winter IMillinciy
' , y2 Prico ;
KOIl SAI.K Uno B-room, omt 4
room and one il-room house All
modern, nil now, nil eloso In. Voty
easy (mm 713 N tlth HI 2'.i
LOST A llrouu kid
band, ('all iino-lt
(OU"" UKNf t-ntimt JturnlMwd I
i iniun', woocm iiiiHiri' imyoii
1 ports .leAelry albie
Wo lmvo funds on Itiuul sufficicnl t()
build Two Monaco
;l-'(IU WALK -90 tons of Wild' liny ',
v iin iimiii ii oiu
I ltnucli, Pair). Oregon
Copjyifor.Ulsplajr adverUslnjt must
I'.bfftce, not later tnnn s
Spanish Prince a Corporal
ba In I tils' b
p.m. on1 mo, cay preceuins puoiica
tlon lh or dor to be Inserted In the
Issue of the paper of the no xt dajr. I th ,mt,Cr lnnd owner and tbe local
bolvVd ffftSUI Th'e communities which more than any
day of Issue. "ther one thins hss been the atum
Herald rnWIshlnjr Company. I btlnit blork to the Incorporation of
I "The ferest service reconultes that
fm mutating bis plans for n
severance tax n najlonal foret tlm-j
Iinr, wo wonder If ho Is Riving nn)
IhouRbt to the matter of taxation on
privately owned timber, asks the
Hand HullctlnT Hero Is n big sub
ject. I'ropcrly worked out It should
ba a crcat aid to the lumber Indus
try and, nt tbo same time, help to
securo.to tho country a timber sup
ply for tho fnture.
,ToJay timber In Oregoa pays an
nnnual tax Just as docs real estate or
nay other prqporty. Timber la essen
tially a crop which returns ncthlng
until It Is harvested nnd sold. Faced
with nnnnnl payments whlla so re
turn Is bclns rcnllted, tho owner
must meet thoso payments from otb
or sources or turn his crop Into cash.
Wo hare no definite Information o3
tbo subject, hut no think It aafe to
ntrcrt that this featuro of annual
taxation baa mnch to do with the
.plans ot any owner to orect a mill
i,ud bcsla rtittlnp. Whenever this
fejtjiire controls, as ft uadoubteJly
I so long as the forest fire and tnxn-,
1 1 tlon problems remain unsolved, for-
' est conservation and reforestation
Icrco Is aro practically ont ot the question "
Is tbo bitter part of
aBBBB5oWptAaVlHPa taflkaW aT at Vkitf VWMlflVHrVHLKJMfibLj
WANT Tf) 1IKAH from duner bnV
Inc farm for sale. Klo prttm
lam and loniMit prleo John I lllsck.
rtilppenn Kails. Wisconsin 2'J in '
PIIIST HAI.P DOZKN applicants
doslrlnt; the unusual milk of the 1
SprlnK lak Dairy lll ho considered
Ir jour resldeuro Is fuornhly Ii i"i
led Thosn upprccliillni; opportunlt
may ret In touch by aomo customer
or mnll nolo to II I. Martin Montr I
No I au 1'
LOST Yellow nnd white collie iIor. '
brass trliumod lollar Itmurd
Call 23T-W 29 ,10 '
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TiYyMyfpytM 11ifcllliWMWI1WiWIBg T.w
Hot rolls for lunch eery
tho lion Ton
Herald danltlud ads pay yon.
SIMPSON COYOTE SCENT
I enn furnish Trappors with lliia scent for ft
rhort time only, no the amount iu limited.
This scent is the one used successfully on tho
Lake County Desert. Tl price in One Dollar per
ounce, potU(ic prepaid,
three ounce hotllea.
Comes iu one. two and
113 North Fourth Street
Absence of presents doesn't make
tho heart crow any fonder.
Wjomcn bnvo tho most sense, but It
takes a man to marry 030. (
You oftea find n hard-boiled egg
not what be Is cracked up to be.
The trouble with being a flyweight
chap Is you may get swatted.
Naturally, a hen-pecked man feels
llko a worm.
The heir to the Spanish throne, the Trtnco ct Antrim (.1 rhowii fcnr
lift, front rank) marching In the corpsral'a position In th" Item! IlniJ"
njent. This photo was mapped as tho iviilmrnt tuned the Iloyal Xoiico
lit I-UCi-fa atr returning (rem tattta mancucrs.
Before Texas Assembly
Get on your ear and someone wilt
A. D. CJrns ostein Is a business vis
' Itor hero this week from Itorkcliy.
Harold Nichols made a trip Into
Klamath Kails yesterday from his
, homo at tho fort.
Marriages are made In heaven
and doUverei undtr the rulstletoo.
act Ink foolish are not
doc Ha many cases, timber Is cut
when V should not bo cut and the
supply j becoming oxhnustcJ sooner
than It Vhould be.
Thctijj'Vlt'O. with tho tfinbcr oacej
cutjhemls an Incentive for growing 1
nnntlier.itron. In fnft the nn-nnr ran.'
hot nf'fot th'o nnnual caSrt'Mt1rt; ,,,' 1.
est, taxes nan lira protection, iiy the
time another crop had grown, his In-1 You. hear arsumcata over football
sep In your face. ( Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Dcl.ap spent
V. . . .... tho day In town from tlfolr ranch
teeaklng ot full measure, many a homc B ,(out)(J
plnt'bottle holds a barrel ot talk, f
Al'STIN. Tex. Dec :. A con
stitutional ronvcatlen. rnillrnl chang
es In state tax taww nnd tho dura
tional system, reclamation nnd flood
( control, ntteratloa ot highway Inns
and relocation ot th state prison,
are among the matters tli.tt twill
coato before tho Texni legislature
at Its January meeting, nrcnrdltm
to statements from lenders of the
Tho attorney general already has
Frank lllbborta was In tho county prepared n meMtiro for tho creation
yesterday afternoon attending
Vernle Arant. who rcildes on a
ranch south of tova. was transact
ing business with local merchants.
teat yesterday afternoon attendlnc! m " constitution, ilesignea to
AlltWotKiaml.no play shows Jack to legul mnttc,r.jmAi courthotte replace tho proiont one written In ,
Mr. ami Mr. (loorge Wright wore J Proposed chansos In the tsatu tax '
In town this morning from Chllo- law are duo to a deficiency In tho
icstmcrit would be more than the for lMSbut nobody cares who col-' quln trantactlnc business with local general revenue fund this year nt
lege presidents are,
valuo of tho trees
Recognition of tho situation has ..... ... .,
i ,..,i f. ,i. .i.. I Pedestrians are getting so partlcu.
-v j'(u'uM iui asu uwmi
(Innment ot nn annual lux on stand
Inc timber and the substitution
therefor ot n yield tax to be paid
when tbo crop Is harrested. Such a
tax would tond to encourage tbo per
petuation of forests; U. would take
from tliu question of hancit the elo
ment of taxation. It should tend to
KtnblllKi tho Industry. We would
like to r.cu tho question gltcn serious
consideration hero In Oregon.
Ur they want to be run orer by an
expensive car, not a cheap car.
times amounting to more than two
I million dollars Many Texas schools
Recrge Wutt arrived here last maJP bo forced to rlcuo early noxt
night from San Praaclsco nnd Will ! .nrlnir l,.rin.i, nf llin nhnrlnen nt
I spend the next few days hero look-, .irio funds. An emergency npprn-
This may be an awful country; bnt ,n'? a'lc"" bis business lnterei. prlatlon and an Increase In state
In Persia. It Is considered effeminate ' M,,g Do,y jjarr(f who , allotment f( r the schools aro ndro
"auR- Christmas With her pirenU in r,n.
Weep and the world weeps with 'ny "Callforn.a. bus returne! here ! ! f " hanlclni:
ondorscJ by tho statu bankers asso
ciation and other statewide bodies
I'looil control measures aro ndvised
by (lot amor Nuff, who recently led
a mivcmcnt tu nork out sm.lt pro
There also U aomo agitation for
tbe presentation of n scldiera bonus
' you, laugh and they think you bavc oml E 'nln at her desk In tho coun
coat In your cellar.
1 ty's clerk's office.
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kiel I are
registered at tho White Pelican ho
tel from Medrord. Held Is con
nected with the California Orenon
, Over ia Ireland, Dublin will be
a.IIa.I tlnll t.-Att.n nilfitl lillt ..nnitl.
Tho National I.umbe? nulletln ha, ; nfe much ' ,
tho following to any on tho subject i gouni.,
ns dealt with In the Massachusetts '
forest tax law: The nicest part about going home
"A crop of corn takes 80 days to ChrUtmas Is yt-'J can tell all kinds of
maluie. If tho corn crop were tax-' craty things about where you have
ed 1 cry day It would amount to the J been,
ic my burden on the owner as the
pnfiont method ot taxing forest lantl TJ,B """ ' Wolu (','lI') man, where she Is attetidlni; the atuto uni
ovory 'ear," says tho Massachusetts
cutting his third set of tth
Miss Ortnvla Del.sp It here from
Turlock, Callfornlu, to spend tho hoi-
Idaya with her parents Miss Hutli 1
Uul.n Is also borne from Kuguno
Dec 25. Christmas tree
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denhrtment or enuservntlnn rflrlnlnn wear them out saying wnero ne lives. , ,,.,,.. . '
of i 0 S in cm tn st ing ,n0 pre"' " takes ono to .tart a tight, f hlch , , J,",e" ' ".huCf n la town ye,- Uce. 3t -Danco at Wblto
01 jprosirj. in tontntsting tho pre- , ,orUliy ,rom ,,, ru1(I uar oioio. Pclkan Hotel.
vlous tax Diteuen forest property ' alwa tho other oae. fe brouElit nym m jn ym,
with the reeout MassacbusettH'torest .... c ., nd collected tbo bounty from the' watch night party. '
tnxylaw by which thu standing ' What the KlBR Said eouniv riarL. a. iii.im .eemnm.i ",........ ..... ... -.'
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grofcth shall bo freo of tax until oat.
or jntll It has roached a specified
nvoVago yield per nere, Concerning
thu cfficl of tho previous tax system j
tbo dopnrlment of coutervatloi aaya:
'Under tho nenernl property tax,
Inxntlou of foicst land Is based on
tho vuluu of (he land mid tho stand
Iiik growth combined.
a Hundred Years Aro Urobahofr nto tow,,
LONDON, Dec. 29. The pomp
and ceremony attending tbo open-:
Ing of parliament probably n't
tracta more attention In tho houso
Cntll recently ' of Ior'1' than (' th" words of the
W. 11. Parker, of tho Klamath
Development company, urrlveil Iu
town from Han Kriiaclson yosterduy
Jun. :i Chamber of Com
nit rco l'oruin.
Jan. E Mooting of Direct
nnd will bo here for the next fw " Women' Hollof Corps.
wiikH luoklng uftar tompa-ny
thu nnnual tnx levlud oa such prop
erly, holders wa not a serious bur
dct,bccnusQ forest land was usually
much, underviilued. Of late, how
ovef, although stumpago values havo
railn, timber land valuations have
rlml Ptll more. Tbo lujustlto and
po b 11 sir can ot taxing annually a
king's upeech, but the 'last nddrau
from flcorge V, delivered a few
days ago, contained no Interpolation
such as was onc0 mado In a 'speech
from tho throne of George. IV
It la asserted that when ho was
regent, George IV mado a bet with
Richard Sheridan, tho dramatist,
Carl Nowbury, who hue been hnr.e
for tho past fow dnya with his muili
or. Mrs. W. A. Jones, left tills
morning for Kimono. From thoro
ho oxptcts to go nn to Seattle and
will enter tlio riiltcralty of Wmli
Ington. for tbo v.lnter term.
J.in 8 llcgular tu'ctliig of
Klamath Hporjamcu a AhhopIj-
lluvo you trlud tltti now irilnda ut
tho Hun Ton7 2H-U0
Get results by using class ada.
...... .. .. ... ...-... ............ j .. iiviiuiij nuuriuaii. iiiu iiiuu.it
1 ton that can onlv bo roullzeil nn nt l..i..,. or. 11. .1.. ..,.... .. ,,... 1,1
-, - " IIU.l .U lllt.U fll.VVIl.IUII ..WUI.A MI,
Ionntenals of yeais Is beginning naj t0 tuo reading of ha upeech
Jo bj nciitolj- fell " , tnat (0 toull, mtorpolato any non-
rto 7,ow,nw pioposea that oun onHO te ked whhout alfj!ouo Bhow.,
Ilmjtcr (hull bo taxed on tho wilun
tloijfof tlio land aluuu and tho stand
lniTlrowtli shnll bo freo of tux until
ctitSor. i(itll It has reached it speci
ffo.Miiwtriiuo -lnlil nni iifr,, tvlu.n Mm
owitVlh pay 11 tax of 0 per ent ' sh,,ep'" uml thon went on
III Hl.k RMtllltlMlM inlltil itf ilin If..,. I IUUIV
i'M"J'0" ew w MV IM'VP)!
The bet was accepted. Tho regent
paused In the course, of his nddroas
and aald xllstlnctly "Una, baa, black ,
notice of tho strange words.
World's Largest? Locomotive
Commontlms niton U.U Mu.sacliu.i Chagrined ut the losg of his wager,
tot la foruat lax net, I.ouU S. Mur-1 Sberldaii askod George Canning, the
phy, timber land lax input t of the' Pmler, If he had noticed anything
"Tniled HUlos forest seivlto, says If atrango
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Iiiiiiuimmuu 111 man unjs
Is nn ImproMiiiiout lu
over similar optional yield tax acts
In fuico In otiier Blulos. Ho ton.
"Tills purtloular tpu of law
KhouJd w'oik In Massachusetts, whein
tlioi lianjieun suing 011 for I ho i.islj
Oh, yes," Raid Canning, "I heard
the prince say 'Uaa, baa, black
Hbcep,' but as ho was looking
straight at you at the tlmo, I took
It for a personal all slon."
Advertising pays. Try Jt and see
Flfty-fcur of these hueo locomotives, tho larsest In tho voild, bao
been ordertd for tho Union Pacific system. They nro neary lUO foot
long, stand 10 hit, 10 Inches from toil to smokestack, woigh over 2l
tons, nnd havo drlvo whccla tlx fttt In dlantfilav 1 .
Strictly Fresh Local Eggs 48c doz.
WE WISH THE PEOPLE OF KLAMATH COUNTY
A Happy Prosperous New Year
Live Turkeys, Mo per lb.
Drcs.tfeil Chickens, MOc per lb.
Crnnbon ioi-, Hue per lb.
Sweet Potatoes Ge per lb.
Klamath Cheese, 32c per lb.
Whipping Cream, 2fle per ' y pt.
Whole Bulk Milk, 10c quail
Large Imperial Valley Lettuce,
Cauliflower, 25c head.
Large Celery, 22c each.
Purchase your Vegetables from
Our Water Fountain
Home Made Pies'. 2fc each.
Home Made Cakes, 10c each.
Our Ov n Make Mincemeat, 2fic lb.
Helett Willamette Valley Italian
Pninoit, 1'Je lb.
Large Arizona G'rapo Fruit, !)c.
Three for 25e.
Oranges, loc and fiUc per tloz.
Large Lemons, CHc per do..
Graded Potatoe.', $1.25 jier ewt.
Select Wheat, !?2.25 per ewt.
Home Mado Soap, Sc a bar.
Home' Made Smiorkraut, 1Ro jt.
If It Ic for Your New Year's Dinner, Wc Have It
126 N. Sixth St.
iKlaniali) Packing Co.
' LH sH
I 524 Main St. Phone 68 I
I Extends greetings, and wishes 1
1 ' ;, you all a. prosperous
', av-u-' , .
JNwi".. ' f , V
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I : -;-r NEW YEAR'"" 'J