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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1920)
MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The livening Herald
.K. J. M.UKHAY
1 1 Editor
Published dally, except Sunday, by
The Ilernld Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 115 Fourth Strcot
Entered nt tho postolllco nt Klam
th Falls. Ore. tor transmission thru
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cial despatches herein are also re
ferred.' MONDAY, APlUIi 12, 11MJO
TWO MILLIONS FOR
NORTHERN CAL. ROADS
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Apr. 12.
Highways planed, building and al
ready completed In Shasta, Siskiyou,
Modoc, Lassen and Trinity counties
will total 633.51 miles and cost $2,
170,951, a statement from the state
highway commission said.
The Northern Counties association
ot Which these counties are members
submitted to the highway commis
sion recently an elaborate road build
ing program and the commission's
statement was to show what already
had been accomplished there.
A measure now before tho Mary
land legislature would give the wo
men of that state the right to vote
for vestrymen of the Episcopal
Domestic and Imported
Now on Display.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
n a F
Western Floral Shop
Drug Facts No. 40
I If we don't satisfy
pect your business business is
what we want.
SQUARE DEAL DRUG STORE, Klamath Falls
nrn nnnce nmi civ
icis -ivujj unuu o i
"X" t ngine it ilh
OVER 250,0:0 farmers
bought the "Z" engine.
They know it is power
ful, dependable and practically
fool-proof truly a great en
gine. 5 But now 7o announce
the one addition which could
possibly improve the "Z" per
formance Bosch high tension,
oscillating magneto ignition.
5 So let us show you in detail
this greater engine value. 5 Our
service to you is remarkably4
complete and we are assisted
by a nearby Bosch Service
Station. 5 Prices lH.P.
$75.00 3 H. P. $125.00
Carried in Stock by
G. C. LORENZ
I WEATHER RECORD
Hereafter tho Herald wilt publish
tho mean and maximum tempera
tures and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
station. Publication will cover the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock ot that day.
Max. Mln. elplUtlon
Apr. 1 44 35 .06
Apr. 2 47 32
Apr. 3 60 29
Apr. 4 57 28
APr. 6 56 30
Apr. 6 66 30
Apr. 7 61 27
Apr. 8... 60 38 .15
Apr. 9 44 33 .60
Apr. 10 53 28
Apr. 11 60 26
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L. O. O. M. NOTICE
All members and visiting
members are asked to be
Present Wednesday, April
14, 1920, at Moose hall.
Initiation, banauet and
By order of Dictator,
LOVERS OF THE
are simply enchanted with
tho flower show urrangod
here fresh every day. Such
gorgeous blossoms, such
graceful forms, such entranc
ing combinations. Wo Invite
all who love flowers to visit
our show nB often as they
ran. Incidentally If thoy
havo nepd for either cut
flowors or growing plants
we are ready to supply them
at moderate prices.
MRH. Ii. C. MOORE
Phono 187; Ilea. SOOR
you we can't ex- f
- tno .. ...
Minimi m if-
The nitrate of lime factory at
RJukan, Norway, Is claimed to be
the largest power station In the
world, and to bo able to produco
200,000 kilogrammes of nltrato per
NOTICE OP HIIKKIFF'S HALE ON
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN, that
under and by virtue ot a writ ot ex
ecutlon in foreclosure issued out ot
the Honorable Circuit Court of the
Stato of Oregon, for tho County of
Klamath, In the case of the State
Land Board of the State ot Oregon,
plaintiff, vs. Mary R. Bassett and
William Bassett, Colin Vi Dyment,
Frederick W. Carstens and Mary C.
Carstens and James A. Baker, de
fendants, which said writ was uatou
on the 12th day ot April, A. D. 1920,
I will, on the 15th day or May, a. u
1920, Ut the front door of tho court
house of Klamath County, Oregon,
In the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
at the hour of 2:15 o'clock In the
afternoon on Bald date, proceed to
sell at public auction to the blgheat
blddr for cash, all tho right, title
and Interest of the said Mary R.
Bassett and "William Bassett, Colin
V. Dyment, Frederick W. Carstens
and Mary O. Carstens and James A
Baker. In and to
Tho southwest quarter of tho
southeast quarter; the east half of
tho southwest quarter, and the north'
west quarter ot the. southwest guar
tor of section twenty-six, In township
thlrty-ninp south, range twelve east
of Willamette Meridian, together
with the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or in any wlso appertaining, to
gether with all water rights appur
tenant to said land or to' become ap
or ho much thereof as may be noces
sary to satisfy a Judgment rendered
III IUO UUUTO OMWISCU VUOD UU HIU
31st day of March, 1920, which said
Judgment is for the sum ot tour
hundred dollars ($400.00), with in
terest upon the said sum from the
9th day ot October, 1917, at tho rate
of six per cent per annum; and one
hundred dollars ($100.00) attorneys'
fees; and for the further sura of 'one
hundred thirty-three and &0-100
dollars ($133. GO), with Interest on
jsald sum from the 4th day of Octo
ber, 1919, at the rate of six percent
per annum, and for the sum of sixty
one dollars ($61.00) cosfs, and tho
costs, and expenses of this sale on
Dated this 12th day of April, A, D.
GEO. L. HUMPHREY,
Sheriff of Klamath County,
By BERT E. HAWKINS,
Strikers who have not returned to work are being replaced by new men.
This work will be swiftly and vigorously followed until normal service is
The strike was without notice to the railroad. It is not authorized by nny
railroad brotherhood. It violates working agreements, violates the rules of
the brotherhoods to which the men belong, and violates the law of the United
States (Section 31 Transportation Act of 1920).
It it in defiance of the orders of the railroad brotherhoods' executives
and has neither the sympathy nor support of the overwhelming mnioritv of
New men will be given senior rights in order of employment. Wages arc
sixty-four cents an hour for eight hours' work a day and ninety-six cents nn
hour for overtime. Good board and lodging are arranged for at the iob.
to Superintendent. Room
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