MAXWELL U. LONG
Salts II aa Walt BalldlM
CITY AND CflfUNTY
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The Evening Herald
W. O. SMITH 'ter
1'uhii.hKl dally except Sunday by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 11B fourth Street
K-ntrd at the ooetoAce at Klan-
ata FalU. Oregon, tor traaaxnUaloa
through the, maili a eecond-claaa
Subscription terms by wail to aay ad-
drcM Id tba Ualted States:
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KLAMATH FALLS. . . ORBQO
FIUIUY, AUG. H, 101
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THERE t great rejoicing through
out the West today aa the result
ot the passage of the reclamation ex
tension bill, for by placing hU alg-
nature to thU act, President Wilson
paved the way tor one of the grand
est constructive eras In the hUtory
of tha country. It li the real birth
of the now West, and the progress of
Klamath county from this date for
ward will be noticeable.
The majority of the farmers on the
Klamath project hate been here but
a few years, coming from the East
or Middle West, and investing their
savings aa part payment for ranches.
Progressing farming demands ma
chinery, stock, etc., and there are no
more progressive or energetic farm
era la the world than our Klamath
men It they have a chance. They
had payments to meat on their lands.
and In addition, they had to pay an
nually an Installment ot f 3 per acre
for the construction cost of the pro
ject, besides operation and main
tenance . and association fees, mak
ing the total about 14.00. To
meet theae payments, often they
were compelled to borrow money at
a stilt rate ot Interest, and It was a
hard battle to keep Tea, much leaa
to get ahead.
Alfalfa la the moat productive crop
raised here, and the one raised with
the greatest success, but with freight
rates high to outside points end an
orersupply of hay here, what chance
had the farmer to realize money on
his crop, unless he could purchase
dairy cattle, through which he could
convert the hay Into dairy products!
The Klamath farmer believes that tor
dairying a dairy strain ot cows is
necessary, but In his position it was
up to him to get along with Interior
and less productire grades, or pay
interest on more money if he wanted
stock, or neglect payments to the
business hoasea he traded with.
Secretary Elder of the Water Users
Association says that under the new
bill the construction charge payments
for the next four years will amount
to from 32 to 47 cents an acre.
Placing maintenance charge and as
sessment dues at $1 a big estimate
the farmer would still be saving
l per acre, which. Invested In a herd
of "mortgage lifters." would before
long not only pay oft the farmer's
bills at the stores, but place him In a
position to take advantage of the re
ductions ready cash can secure, and.
In short, to soon work himself into
It will cost some shins aa much as
110,000 In fees to pass through tite
Brotherly love has been interred
with the honors of war.
A slight unpleasantness Drevalls
among the other nations ot the world.
nut our time is too limited to give It
more than passing thought.
After the war comes the bargain
counter sale of scattered thrones.
The commercial greatness of thi
country is so overpowering wo can't
even scare up a respectable baak
Tlio Atlantic is between us.
All honor to President Wilson,
whose sense of duty impels him to
write an appeal for world dlapa whii.
sitting at the bedside of his dying
Advertising Is like Investing mnn
at 100 per cent. The returns are a
WHO PAYS FOR THE ADS?
(Copyright, 112, fey aeo. E.
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customer the benefit of the money ha
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Asking Artillerymen About Efficiency
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ot the French army, hat gone to the
front to check the advance ot the
Germans or to lead his forces on to
Berlin in answer to the cry ot the
Parisian mob the night Germany de
clared war on Russia.
taTi-d by not advertising. Let us ex
amine this statement and see how
much truth It contains. Judicious
advertising sells more goods for the
merchant, turns his stock quicker and
makes It possible, by Increasing the
volume of business, to buy in bigger
(Juantitles and obtain a bigger dis
count. Increasing the volume of busi
ness decreases the selling cost. A
merchant will sell cheaper. If pos
sible, because he will thus gain cus
tomers from his competitors, and also
Increase the demand, as lowering the
price ot an article places It within the
reach of a larger per cent of the
people and 1 thus a stimulant to
The price of a commodity Is lower
ed and the quality Is bettered through
the medium of advertising. Take the
automobile as illustration. Adver
tising has made the automobile busi
ness. It overcome the prejudice that
existed against the machine and cre
ated a demand that enabled the fac
tories to Increase output and cut the
selling price to less than 50 per cent
of what It was a few years ago.
It Is readily seen that the consumer
does not pay for advertising, as the
advertiser tells cheaper than the non
advertiser. If the consumer does not pay for1
the advertising, who does pay? It
cannot be the advertiser, as adver
tising Increases bis sales, decreases
his selling cost and Increases bis
profits. The advertiser doesn't pay
becauses advertising pays him.
Then who pays for the advertising?
The non-advertiser pays for the ad
vertising done by bis advertising com-
peuior. ah ouHincss mat be loses
to his advertising competitor Is part
of the prlre he pays. The non-advertiser
and the poor advertiser, each In
proportion, pay for tire ads of the'
Herald want ada bring resulta
HeraJd's Classified Advs.
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FOIl KENT Two-room furnished
house on hill. Electric lights and
city water. Inquire W. O. Smith
PASTURE FOIrTNJNT Ninety acres
excellent paaturo Jhicloied by G6-
Inch woven wlrefudae: runnlni
water. Enquire J. P. Rase. Crys
LOST AND FOUND
LOST In Klamath Falls, on Mala.
Sixth or Wantland street, oa Sun
day afternoon, a lady'a light tan
cot. Finder kindly return to this ot
flee and receive reward. n.t
WANTED Six or seven room bouse,
unfurnished, at once. Addrao
3. J. S.. Hotel Hall. ii.
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Since moat of the lighting seems to
be in Belgium It was considered lllto
ly that he would march In with the
French army headed to help King Al
bert maintain bis wonderful itand
against the determined and relent
less attack of the Germans on Liege.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weber, Ells
worth Weber, C. a Lamb. Akron.
Ohio; J. E. Uatkdul and wlfo. W. II
E. M. Daniels. Med-
ferd: C. T.
Lcnger, A. E. Jenion.
Coos' Bay; I
i. Bergman. II. J. Me-
Court, O. M. '
llllams. San Francisco;
E. Ances, J. A. Bailey.
Portland; D. Wilson.
T. Nortbup, ,
D. Mortensen, city.
W. C. Ballon. Malln: W. K. Iinr.
dctt. A. f. Ebert. G. Cain. Pertland:
D. E. Wd. Roseburg; S. S. Mitchell
and wit Ashland: A. n. Tn.r
L. S. Blake, Los Angeles: Fred
Stukeli John Colwell. Merrill: Stan-
lev A.freltr. A. E. Nelson. C. V Mon-
nler. Wm. A. Rogers, a Pilgrln. San
Francisco; R. M. Coleiough. Sacra
mento; Mrs. C. L. Wilcox, King Fish
er, Oklahoma; R. L. Smith, city; Paul
Help the Kidneys
Klamath FalU Headers Are LearaJaa:
It'a the little kidney Ilia
The lame, weak or aching back
The unnoticed urinary disorders
That may lead to dropsy and
When the kidneys art weak.
Help tfcsm with Dcakn'a Kldnav
I'll IS, '
A rem, y especiallyfor weak kid
Ooan's tare been Asd in Kidaey
trouoies fi r fifty
Endorse 1 by SOJOO people en
dorsed by :ltlxens of this locality
It. E. Alllion, railroad conductor,
506 a street, Ashland, Ore., says:
"I suffered! fron my back and
kidneys. A bavef aever found any
thing that his sjtea me aa quick and
positive relief aa Doan'a Kidney
Pills. They are Just aa represented.
Anyone can try them with confidence
as to the resulta."
For sale by all dealers. Price B0
cents. Foster-MUbttm Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agens for the Ualted
Hemomber the name Doaa'a
and take no other.
Atcurat Information about the
Klamath a.. Hee Chllent. aari
Notice to Taxaayera
Notice Ih hereby liven that tho
board of equalization will convene
Monday. ScrjUrnlio 1ih nnd will 1..
in session for thirty day. All tax
payers will bo expected to file their
PrOtOStS With thn rnnntv pUrV hmtnr.
September 2 1st, aa proyldad by law,
aa there will be absolutely no changes
made In rolls after they are turned
back to the asitssor.
10-tf J. P. LKB, Asoeaaor.
St. Louis and Kansas City Receipts Are
. . aM
the Third Major
NEW YORK. Au U.--If th don any Mlr than break utrn lll
ouuic ami ambition Federal llith' American Auoclatlott tm u
lull I rieua 1 around doing buln"
again as uul il )-ar and thr'
ar' many who btl that It will not
,b It ts a particularly nutr ot that
said butur will tm carrW on In
sotu Of flfld. In othr ord, lh
-outlaw" circuit U duo for a cusukc
In makeup. Its cotnplexlou I going
to t' muMod uu cumlJurahly before
the ouudlug ot the aong nd the
cluh away In tho chaio (or the ltl
rare If It ever clangs at alt.
lu Mnr rttlra tho new circuit ha
iku'ic or Uh a bang and a hurrah
In llaltlmorp It went over t'lth uch
a smaah that It put the International
rlub In that city on the blink for fair.
It practically put Jack Ountt'a Oriole
clear out of commission, Against the
Fds Dunn's gang didn't draw enough
to pay thn gate-keepers. Condition
around the circuit, however, wrro not
so roseate. In St. tanta the Fda
started off with a big ruth, slowed
down quickly and In a month or two
the icrlb were counting the attend
ance from the prms box every day
.ind they didn't tote adding machine
along with them either.
Psychological rondttions what
ever they are Bgurtsd Importantly
In the woe of the St. LouU club. It
Just "happened" this yrar the Brown
and Cardinals are going wild, play
Ing bang-tip ball and keeping within
shouting dlitancn of the leaders In
weir respective leagues. It was the
first tlnio In many moons that St.
Louis ran had Imh-u tmited to the
spectacle of seeing tho Browns and
Cards win consistently and they
couldn't pass It up. The Feds Rt
Louts club U at the bottom In the per
centage column. Tall-enders are no
attraction In St. Louis thero have
been too many of them there.
Kansas City is not particulars a
red stronghold. The Feds have never
IF KIDNEYS UNO
TAKE A G LASH OK SALTS TO
FLUSH OUT VOUK KIDNEYH
AND NKUTItALIZK IRRITATINO
Kidney and bladder weaknaea r.
suit from uric acid, says a noted
authority. The kldneya filter this
acid from the blood and Baas It on
to the bladder, where If often re
mains to irritate and Isiame. caus
ing a burning, scaldhafc sensation,
or setting ap an Irrljttlon at the
neck of tht bladder.obllglng you
to sek rellif two ot three tlaea
during the tight, he iufr.,., i.
In constant i read, tie water ....
(Ion and Is v
y promise; again. .there
most folks call
in't control urlaa-
ry painful, this li
i moat simple all-
ments to o
ie. Oet about four
Salts from your
tska a tablatDann.
ful lu u glass of water before break
fast; continue this for two or three
days. This will neutralise tha acids
In the urine so it no longer U a
source of Irritation to the bladder
and urinary organs, which then act
Jad salts Is inexpensive, harmless,
and Is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with
llthlo. and Is used by thousands of
folks who are subject to urinary dis
orders caused by uric scld Irritation.
Jad Salts Is splendid for kldn.v. .-..
causes no bad effects whatever.
uere you have a pleasant, effer
vescent lltbla-water drink which
quickly relieves bladder trouble,
' Subscribe for the Herald, 60 cants
There'll Be Change
Organization Lxpected 1 his Season
11) mm. sni:ttii,tv
I Written lr th fulled l'r
conflicting datr. And whn th Kan
City attndan U sutll, nllhf
club U i!ug to grl rich Judgltt
from talk the Fed maxnatet hate
ilt now ami thru, Kan Uliy l
duo lO ho itrupt'ril UUtettmo dUrlNC
the iil winter It's a fair cry. lw.
from llaltlmore to Kaua City, and
the masnatvt ralli tlier niutt haw
'a morr rtimpact tirstntiatlon t ut
, PrritUtrtit rumon are hrAtd that
Clttrlunatl win haw a berth lu 19IS
"outlaw" circuit. Tho Krd wr tt(tAuu ae ry diibloti lat U
rcUtod thctp whrli thr flrl (pranc
Up last year The club wa lu Cuvtof
ton, aero the rtttr hor. and
the fan wouldn't Journey that far
SUMMER COMFORT CAN BE SECURED
BY THE USE OF ELECTRICITY
Electric Toaster, Electric Cofee Percolators, Elec
tric Baking Oven and Stove.
Electric Vaciium Clearer and Electric Fan.
Have you boug
California-Oregon Power Co.
There Is No Kodak
We are the ONI,
ath FalU ha
but, have none for sale.
Corner Main anil 7Ui Mtr4e, Klamath Fall, Oraaaa
On Your Way to the
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FIRST STATE and SAVINGS BANK
KLAMATH FALLf, OREGON
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- that a dotlun lt hm Uoii ,
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( i.ifi. nruoairn ana ri"ti, i
' whllo hf tutetl'l Itiadn iKufci ((
ruin. ar- I'letty uri In cV i,.
ll' U a duttluu liKtlou TU rt,
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rn thrr. an4 I he) had rtvu4u
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Kama City U alml rrftatu to (.
It IfanchUo and lluftatu n.i
dUt)-tta 4u. Utv of a lMa u
Iho lltoUr Club has don U.
iter thatt brk rntxt ot iu
M.. I.,l S.,. .
, SHU Mil UU IMJl
new HOTPOIMT ELECTRIC
special price of $2.50. ThU
August IS, 1914.
tore in Klam-
men bound la th
Irectlon men whose
you will be glad to be
They represent tha most
rogrejvu business wen In
o community. Put yourself
In that clnis by starting your
account today. Tka amount
doesn't matter, ftart with what
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