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THE EVENINO HERALD. KLAMATH PALLS. OREGON
Sterilization Is Fought
by the Iowa Courts
Poor Little Jewess
Inherits a Fortune
KKOKI IC !. April 14. Fed.r.
,1 jude Htulllt. Mrl'hrrsoM nnd lol-
iipou !' oW Uw ""H'" r"r "",
,lfrllliilMt of hifrtiiM nmt habitual
rrlmlit!' tr the Main tW ' l"rl1
Tltr tlek U lirlm ind by iblrir
ftlrl I" ',u,,, MfMll""'! l
)-tl Wmiuotv- TlirX bat bllptl to.
c,ihr ii wpiywi lawyer.
j 'I'hn Uln parol board lino nlrrmly
put Uim law Into foroi In iImi thrift In
,ttti.. (i)Iiiiii, where llfly (i'('rnlliiii
Ihnve li'H rformil,
Tim hoard UdiikiI an i.i.l.r fur up-
rntloiin ni I'ntl MmlUuii, tint II
Mtflttf.l with tlu alloiliity fur Hut run
trt In hliolil oil Inn iinlll I lut law
ran btt ImM In court.
Tim ronvlM i Ultn Hut ilir la
,lH violation of ililr right gun rant red
y tint fixlurnl riiinllttillon.
Why It's Called"Beaver State"
Oirgon Development New In (lie 1,1m of Industries, Payrolls, axe.,
Prepared In Tcrwj Form bjr lit into Bureau of Industries aad Matte
lira, and Published la the Interest of Herald Headers,
HAl.KM, April H -Two Important
decisions oflhe supreme court during
'lie pnNt wrote hold tlitil there la do
limit to tlio amount of damages that
tun hit rolli-cUtl by the family In case
of il i-ii Hi under tlio employers' liabil
ity net, and that the employer can
nut I'trapn liability hy providing other
nay of protocllnic, employe.
j 'Mm International Association of
'Htonenilter are asking that Oregon
'urnnltn hi used on tlio now million
(dollar Portland poatofflco.
Tliu firat unit of the Imtr State
motorcar factory ft Gresbam la com
plUd and machinery Installed.
Tho Hprlugflcld I'rovUlon company
will establish a 140,000 packing
As a remit of a znade-In-Orcgon
banquet at Albany, $229,10 waa rait
ed to beautify an old cemetery pay
rolli help even tho dead.
i:tilir N. 4B
In IN I iriuH Court of tho Mtat. of
(iiuu, In and f'r th County
pint Trut ud Having Hank, Cor.
, U Fielder. Defendant,
T Whom II May CottwrM?
Xbilt.. U berby glwa that undr
nd hr ltiu of nn eiwullon and or.
dr mI mI. tly laul out f Hu
(.! of tho tlerk of llw tlrtnilt tourt
jt,r .into of Oron In and for
Ike "iity of Klamath. uar dale
tb0 nth dr of April, 1IH. In it
kot rnUilitd null Upon drfe Wd
and mirr-M In ald aull and court on
lb Mh day of Marrb. 1913. in favor
f tbf irt Triut and Having Man,
. rorporailon, plaintiff, again"! i, I..
rtJJer tifndan( aborr nanvd. dl
tKtlnt tlrn ! of XUn irmU hrr'
lufter diwribml to tatlafy Judgtutnt
tu4 Jtrrt In tld uK for thf turn of
tin ni huudriHl ninty.tire and SJ.
140 dAlUra (It 193.33), two hundred
dolUr ttorney f (HOMO), and
ivmly and :o.JO0 dollar (130.30)
ri in and dlliiirtoiinia. witn tn
(10) lr iiul luti'fii thrtfiu from
'nnd nfti-r ihu mild f.tli day of .Mntth
IS 1 3i with ncrrillm- nuta and tliu
, Now, thtrfott, by lrlun of 4ld
,irmloti and nr.tnr or al, and In
Immpllanro ihnrnHlth, I havo duly
I levied upon thn hotelntifter dnterlbd
tirentl4, nnd fcHI, on the Hih dny of
Mar, 19H.nl thf hour of ten oVIock
b in, on ald day, nl th.t front door of
the rourt hoiiKt In the city of Klam
ath Kail, loumy of Klamath, ofnte of
Oreion. urtpr and imII at public auc
tion or outcry, to tho hlghmt bidder
for raah In hand, all of tho lulerrt,
mtalo, right. Illln i law or In equity,
Intludlug tho K-neim-nt, herrdlta
mrin and appurleuaumt ihreuuto
lielunglng or in atiywlM: apprrtalnlng,
iiit hn ald J. I., Kielder, defendant,
iln and to thit following decrilM4 real
ItlUV BWK.-K WOOD
lllocka froaa local aillU
je-lach S4r Wa4 ....
K-lacli Uaia Wae4
(ft- Ho4y Wtati
tt, Mali Wa4
P. C CARLSON
The rail half of tint rant half
(KH of K'-il of (tlun twenty
rn (37), and thn Ml half of
lh northwt quarter (WW of
NWUI of hVctlon thirty (30).
ToMiihlp ltilrt)'-lwo (33) noutli,
ltang een and one-half ("ii)
pal, Wlllametln Meridian,
Or murh of ld proml a may
Ihi rtretMiry to alUfy the amounta
nainrd in Id rjccullon aud order of
naln, Including the accruing rou
hnreln; the proetW of said aale to lie
aitlll (t the utttlnfactlon of ald exe
cution, decree and order of a!o. In
cluding Judgntrnt, allornvy fee. ct
'and dUburmpnl and accruing cunt.
Ih trptu, If any, to bn paid into
alio court to tm applied an by law re
Iqulre-l And directed.
' . l.tJ it KlauialK V&ll. counts u
vlamath. alate of Oregon, on thl
Marlon Hllovltch, a I ".year-old
Ji-Kcii, vtitii hud uorked In a little
ji- dry utorr In llrooklyn aa a clerk
for n'Vrinl monlhi), with no other am
bltlon than to lake her few dollar!
Ii.iniit to her mother every Halurday
nUlit, returned to her home the other
day with a letter from the es-cutor of
hr uncle'a ettato In Odenaa, Ituuli,
an uncl from whom none or the fam
ily had heard In many yearn.
"Vour uncle ha left you 300,000
ruble," H read, That meant nearly
II OO.ooa. The uncle wa a wealthy
wheat rommlMlon merchant In Odea
an. Ill poorer brother had emigrated
to the t'nlted 8tate many year be
fore. He had not protpered. and he
veldom heard from tho merchant. Hut
the uncle ha alway been partial to
"What are you colng to do with the
money?" a reitorler asked the girl.
"Make mother and father happy for
the ret of their da)." von her an-wer.
Hubacrlbe for tba Herald. B0 oaau
Hlh day of April, 1914.
C. C. LOW,
Sheriff of Klamath County, Slate of
jtlKOHOH A. HAYIXIN, Deputy.
,U, I.. KM.IOTT, Attorney for I'laln-
tiff. 311-4 Wllllt. building,
Klamath rail. Oregon.
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Tho Oanaon baaket factory at liay
jL'lty baa several largo contract from
Voter at Kugene author! ft mu-j
i Iclpal band, an armory and the ac- A company la forming at The
quiring of Skinner' Hutie by tha'Oallw to manufacture high clai
,.j,j cu I plural and monumental work.
Jame. J. Hill baa given $60,000 J A i,,Uf rdwar. and ateel
he ChrUtlan Church lllble School fori"-'" '" - - "
a new building at Eugene. urta
. . I Too labor commlaalon of British
Under tho Wncbot t)lrey of locking C(lllmb)l oppowi a ,,, wa.
cale, and nay.i an eight hour law
muii be a natlonnl ."fTrlr U - all of
up the water power not much devil
cpment I looked for In Oregon lu
The Manufactured)' A.uocIaUon of
Portland la about equally divided on
tho question of acceptlnK Insurance
Officials of the Itor.ue Illver public
imrvlce corporation havo been visit
ing their plants at Oranta I'aas. and
are looking for a MQ0 horsepower l, coBDcnaatloa ait of tba
e. Ilaat levlatature
i'- --.'- -.
A 110,000 EpUcopal church Is to
bn erected at Oregon City.
Sewage Irrigation Is
Used in New Jersey
United l're Rervlco
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 14.
A profit ablo means of disposing of
sewage from Institutions and small
sllaga com, thns doing away with the
nulnanco and securing a vnltinble crop
at thn same timet.
It warn possible to run this sewage
communities In dlitrict wbero no lover a part of an Alfalfa field planted
general system of sewage disposal 4s
arallablo U disclosed by a report of
exeriments carried on by tho depart
ment of agriculture at tho New Jersey
training school, located at Vlneland.
In the past tho sewage from this In
stitution, which has a summer popu
lation of about COO Individuals, has
been a nuisance, ruining considerable
land and creating a breeding place
for mosquitoes unlea kept well cov
ered with 611. In 1913 this sewage.
was spread over about twice as much
ground as formerly, and this land. In
previously, and compare tho yield
from tho irrigated and unlrrigated
tracts, The part of tlio Cold on which
tho sowngo was run yielded at the
rate of 0vo tons per acre tor tho sea
son, while the part of the field re
ceiving no sewage yielded at tba rate
of but threu tons per acre.
The yields ot corn war not deter
mined, but the yield on the land on
which the sewage water was run was
so much larger than that on the land
not watered that the directors of tho
school are putting In the equipment
stead of being Injured, was made to.necessarr to spread the sewage over
produce heavy crops of alfalfa and still larger areas In 1314.
Aurora Is to bae a 160.000 four-
story Masonic temple this year.
The Willamette Pacific Coos Day
line Is to have train service to tne
end of the line In a week.
that time to fllo la this office doe
proof that you have served a copy ot
your answer on the said contestant
cither In person or by registered mail.
If this service Is made by the delivery
of a copy of your answer to the con
testant in person, proof ot such ser
vice must be either the said contest
ant's written acknowledgement of his
riwAlnt nt OiA rnnr. ahowlnr th date
The Ilo.burg winter broecrll In- if u rece,pt of ,. ftffldaT,t 0f the
dustry promises to be a micen. nsl . hnra ... d.llr!rr w
xood report have been receive! of
The red alder wood is Interesting
manufacturers of clothespins, and
that Industry may be eMabllibed In
North Hend aud Marhfleld are In-J PeBdt-,on ,. crw.inBr . beautiful
voMlMtlng wood block paving. 'r-.iholle church of rjaker stone.
A life saving station Is to be built
at Florence, on the Hlustaw,
A beautiful high school building
ha been erected at Sionfleld of Baker
The McVoy Tub, I'all and Package
rompiny of Minneapolis are looking
for a site for a plant In Oregon.
Municipal securities are all that Is
selling from Oregon In the Eaat city
school, county and road bonds. .
The IC.000 ha been raised for a
cannery at Cottage Grove.
A proposiUon to construct 100
rile of hard surface road at a cost j
Motatla is to have n $35,000 con
crete high school.
A soap factory at Marshfleld trill
turn out one ton per day with Ave
The Eastern Oregon Editorial As
sociation adopted resolutions oppos
ing freak laws and policies tending to
Interfere with Industries.
A $35,000 steel bridge Is to be
erected at Kellogg, Douglas county.
Aa electric pump will drain 800
acrea of Lake Wapato, Washington
county, for the onion Industry.
A. inmraar reeort hotel is to go up
of gVf 0.000 In Unn county will bejon TglUcoot Lake, Lane county,
submitted to vote.
A new woodenware laciory is ib
Conallls will construct fifty blocks
ol paving this year.
successful operation nt Sellwood.
ijmt will havo a modem broom
The lornbechcr Furniture fornpa-.fact,ryi
ny will erect a six atory ouuainK on
the slto of their preeeat factory.
tieaverton will have a brickyard.
I'liltwl Ktalea Huun'me Court, Mr.
Juatira Holme "It siippltos n want
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To Whom It May Coacera
Notlco Is hereby given that the
partnership formerly existing between
the undersigned and known aa Sblve
ft Klepper. la by mutual consent dis
solved on April 13. 1914. The busi
ness heretofore conducted by aald
partnera la to be the property of
Oscar Bhlvo, who will collect all ac
counts and discharge all liabilities.
Parties owing aald Arm are hereby
test and secure the cancellation
your Homestead Entry No
Serial No. 04757, made June Slat,
1911, for WW 8EK. NEK SEU.
Secttoa 33, Township 37 S.. Range
11H E., and NWK NEK. Sectloa 4,
Township 38 8.. Range 11 H E., Wil
lamette Meridian, aad as ground tor
her contest she alleges Uiat said en
trynian, Thomas M. Gannon, haa
wholly failed to reside upon or make
It. C. KIJBPPER.
notified to make settlement ot their 'any Improvement whatever ot any
accounts with the said Oecar Shlve. ,kln'd upon, or any cultivation of, aald
land or any part tuereor. a
You arc. therefore, further notified
that tho said allegations will be taken
by this office aa having been confessed
by you. and your aald entry will be
canceled thereunder without your far
ther right to be heard therein, either
before this office or oa appeal, If you
fall to file In this office within tweaty
days after the FOURTH publication
or this notice, aa shown below, yomr
answer, under oath, specifically meet
ing and responding, to these allega
tions of contest, or It you fall within
Notice or Ceateat
Department ot the interior. United
States Land Office, Lakevlsw,
Oregon. March SI, 1914.
To Thomaa M. Ganaoa of Dairy. Ore
You are hereby nottlea that Annie
A. Jackson, who glrea Medtord. Ore
gon, as hor postoffice address, did, oa
March 4th, 1914, file la this once ner
duly corroborated application to cob-
OPENS UP NOSTRILS, CLEARS HEAD,
ENDS GOLDS OR CATARRH AT ONCE
made stating wben and where the
copy was delivered; it made by regis
tered mall, proof ot such service must
consist of the affidavit of the person
by whom the copy was mailed, stat-
sewer mala Involves the follewing:
80 tabic yards ot excavation and
294 feet ot e-iach sewer pipe.
4 double "T's"
1 lamp hole.
I Bidders are required to deposit a
certified check for 5 per cent of the
amount of their bids; and the success
ful bidder will be required to enter
into contract and bond for the faith
ful performance of the work, within
ten days of the award.
Dated at Klamath Falls, April 10,
a. l. LEAvrrr,
ing when and the postoffice to which potCO juigc 0f the City of Klamath
It was mailed, gnd this affidavit must I Falls. Oregon. 4-10 lOt
be accompanied by the postmaster's mmmm
receipt for the letter. i
You should state In your answer Oinr Tri DIITA I ICC
the name ot the postoffice to which UriUL I LA lUlw LIIL
you desire future notices to be sent)
JAS. H. BURGESS. Register.
C. C. BROWER, Klamath Fall, At
torney for Contestant.
Date ot 1st publication March 26,1914
Date of 2d publlactton April 2. 1914
Date of 3d publication April 9. 1914
Date of 4th publication April 16. 1914
AND COLOR 11 HAIR
DOXT STAY GRAY! IT DARKENS
BO NATURALLY THAT NOBODY
laauatlr Relieves) Swellea,
Nose, Head, Throat .Yen areata
Freely Dull Headache Oe
Nasty Discharge Stoaa.
Try "Ely's Cream Mala."
Get a small bottle anyway, juat to
try It Applr a little In the Nostrlla
ml Instantly vour clogged aoae aad
"tnt'i'ed'iip ,r Paagea ot,the head
will open; you will breathe freely;
dullness and headache dlaapHar. My
ttoriUng. the cutarrh,vee4M-htaif
catarrhal acre threat wW
End such misery aewl Oat the
small bottie of "Ely'a Cream BalaV
grant balm dlssolvsa by the heat of
the aoetrlla; penetrates aad heals the
Inflamed, swollen aeaahraae which
ltaea the aoae, head aad threat;
clear air passages: ateae aaaty Ua
charge aad a feellag ot cleaaalac
eeialaa relist come Imatediately.
Dea't lay awake toalfht sara
glial tor breath, with head Matfed;
aoatrita elesed. hawklag aad hlewlac.
Catarrh er a aid, wRhR raaaku
loee, foal awe dreeatac'teta the
threat, aad raw dryaes la
hat truly audita.
'Cut year leith Jaat. eaee to
"Bly'g Creaat Baba" aad year Jd
er eaUrrh will aarety daiafaear.
By virtue ot execution issued out
of the circuit court ot the Bute of
Oregon, for Klamath county, dated
the 26th day of March. 1914, upon a
certain decree ot foreclosure and or
der of sale la a certain suit la said
circuit court, wherein Fred Melhase
and Gua Melhase. aa plaintiffs, oa the
24th day of March, 1914, obtained
a decree against Ella M. Castel and A.
Cast el, defendants, tor the sum of
two thousand five hundred ninety-two
and 56-100 ($2,593.56) dollars, with
costs and disbursements taxed at
thlrty-stx and 75-100 dollars, which
Judgment and decree was duly en
tered in the Judgment Hen docket on
the 26th day ot March, 1914, wherein
said decree directs the sale of lots
ten and eleven ot block four In West
Klamath Falls (formerly West Link
vllle), according to the duly recorded
plat thereof on file in the office ot the
county clerk of Klamath county, Or
egon, or so much thereof as necessary
to satisfy said sums with interest
thereon and coats and accruing costs.
Notice Is hereby given that in pur
suance to said Judgment, decree and
order ot sale on execution, I will, oa
the 2d day ot May. A. D. 1914. at the
front door of the county house in
Klamath Falls. Oregon, at the hour
ot 10 o'clock in the forenoon ot aald
day, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, for cash, the following
described property, to-wlt:
Lots ten and eleven ot block four
In West Klamath Falls (formerly
West Linkville) state ot Oregon, ac
cording to the duly recorded plat
thereof on file In the office ot the'
county clerk ot Klamath county, Or
egon, said property taken and levied
on and decreed to be sold aa the prop
erty ot Ella M. Caatel aad A. Castel
to satisfy a decree In favor ot Fred
Melhase and Gus Melhase against
Ella M. Castel aad A. Castel with In
tereat thereon together with coats and
disbursements that havo or may accrue.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 30th day ot March, 1914.
C. C. LOW,
Sheriff ot Klamath County, Oregon
By Geo. A. Haydon, Deputy.
You can turn gray, faded hair
beautifully dark and lustrous almost
over night It you'U get a 60-ceat bot
tle of "Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy" at any drag store.
Million of bottles of thla old, tamoaa
Ssgo Toa recipe are sold aaaaally.
says a well known (Jruggist here, be
cause It darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that no one can tell It has
Those whose hair is turning gray.
becoming faded, dry, scraggly and
thin, have a surprise awaiting them,
because after one or two applications
the gray hair vanishes and your locks
become luxuriantly dark and beauti
ful aU dandruff goes, scalp Itching
and falling hair stops.
This is the age ot youth. Oray-
haired, unattractive folks area't
wanted around, so get buy with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur tonight,
and you'll be delighted with yoar
dark, handsome hair and yonr youth
ful appearance within a few days.
Notice IavlUag Bid
Bids will be received hy the Police
Judge of the' city ot Klamath Fall,
up to and Including Monday evening,
April 37, 1914, at 8 o'clock, tor the
construction and laying ot a sewer
mala on Canal street, from Tenth to
Eleventh, la accordance with the
plans, specifications aad estlautan at
the city engineer, oa llf la th aJlea
ot th undersigned,
to leave It with ne yoar phone
order for Groceries.
Vegetables, Fruit, or aaythJsaC
in Groceries Is critically se
lected with as atnek care for oar
pliouo orders, aa were you per
sonally attending yoar shop-plag.
Culls nor leftovers are not
paliued off oa nheae caetoaier.
nor do we have a solicitor to
cobio in late wttfe orders to be
tilled with the worst or last at
lota. This das of foods It a
head Is sold oa
Ii Yea Call
at any drug store. . Tata aweat. fra
The construction aad laylag ot ansa