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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tttie Evehini Herald
R. 0OUt.K....KtIltor and PabtbihfT
It. II. ltlUi -...Cllr Kdllor
Published dally oxcoptv8nnday, by
Tho Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Kails, at 119 Klghth street.
Rntored nt tho postofflco at Klam
nth Falls, Ore, for transmission
through tho mails as second-class
MEMDKR OP THK ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Proas Is cxcIusIto
lv entitled to tho uso for publica
tion 0f nil news dispatcher crodltod
to It, or not otherwise credited In
this paper, nnd also tho local news
wi:nvi:sAV, aimuij rf, inssa
J THE RIGHT MAN I
EASTERN Oregon Is no dllctantc's
paradise. It Is peopled by men
nnd women who nro familiar with
tho hard facts of life, equipped by
their descent from a rare of pioneers,
mnny of thorn pioneers themselves. to
jret right down to tho bottom of the
Theynnturnlly 'choose for leader-
J$Vfl In gorernmentnl nttnlrs, men of
their own type, uiiafrald of hard
work nnd not sattstlml with superfi
cial scratching In thjo theoretical
field' of political econemy, men who
hnvo practical alms fc tho develop
ment of this vast eastern Oregon cm-
plro, nnd tho prntlcat Intelligence
whereby to achieve their nlms.
Such a man, hard-headed, demo
cratic, always on tho Job, Is X. J. Sln
nott. congressman from this district,
who lini announced his Intention to
ncnln seek tho republican nomina
tion. XIck Slnnott's record In Congress
Is one of untiring effort nnd accom
plishment for his wholo district, and
especially havb his labors borno fruit
for Klamath county.
He has been Indofatlgablo In his
endeavor to sccuro practical aid for
this county's development. To his
acquaintance with men and methods
Is due tho early reclamation of tho
Tule Lake lands, tho rapid develop
ment of the Klamath Irrigation pro
Ject. the attention to Indian affairs
that makes the Klamath tribe one
of the most advanced and prosperous
of the nation's aboriginal population.
Dy reason of his broad acquain
tance with western problems, and his
marked ability In 'discerning western
needs, be Is a member of a number
of Important committees, chief of
which Is tho public lands committee,
of which he Is chairman.
At this time, when the whole east
ern part of the state, and Klamath
county particularly, stands upon the
threshold or great development, to re
placo such an efficient servant with
nn untried man, would be unthlnk
ablo folly, the political suicide of an
And, of course, there Is no danger
of such calamity. Nick Slnnott will
bo given the republican nomination
at tho May primary, If he never sots
foot In this district, but wo urge In
dividuals not to let anything swerve
them from their plain duty, tho cast
ing of their ballot so that their con
gressman may seo, by tho unanimous
decnlratlon of his ontlro constituency,
that his scrvlco has tho appreciation
which his Industry nnd sen) In tho
public scrvlre havo earned.
I A PLAIN ISSUE
(Mcdfonl MaII Tribune)
THE danger of the Ku Klux Klan
must bo pparcnt now to all
sensible, pcoplo In Southern Oregon,
Including, we hope, soma of Its mem
bers. Two outrages havo been committed
lu the past tow weeks. Tho first near
hanging was officially condemned by
officials or tho Klan. Undoubtedly the
second wilt bo.
nut this much is known. On two
occasions groups of masked men
havo taken tho law Into tholr own
hands, and Jeopardised the lives of
two local residents. In one case, at
tcast, tho death or Uic victim was
averted by narrow margin.
ir theso outrages wero not commit
ted by membors ot tho Ku Klux Klan,
then they wero committed by soma
nnknown Individuals, masked nnd
mlstnken by tho. victims for the Ku
Klux. That much Is nbsolutely cer
tnln. In either case the danger to the
community Is the same. If any group
of cltiiens In this country aro to be
allowed to taka tho law Into their
own hands, then any other group may
do likewise. It one group Is to be
placed above the law, then nil mny
be placed abovo tho law.
There can bo no compromise InJ
this sort ot thing. Either this Is to be
a land of, taw and order, or a land ot
lawlessness and bolsbovtsm. Either
wo nro to contlnuo to support our
laws, our peace officers and our
courts and depend upon them, or we
aro going to return to the Junglo and
call In tho gunman, tho undertaker,
nnd let tho devil take the hlndcrraost.
Our ontlro framowork ot civilisa
tion is based upon equality before
tho law. If it Is right for n "leading
cltlxen" to take the law Into bis own
hands, then It Is right for Emma
Goldman or Dig IHU Haywood. Tho
Issue Is plain. It Is as old as civilisa
tion, the Issuo between law and
Canyonville Oregon Nursery com
pany has purchased a 320-acre farm
near here and will set out 200 acres
of new Oregon date prunes.
Medford to build secondary water
By Our Country Editors
Kenneth Klger was out of school
ono day last week on account of sick
ness. li. Storey nnd son Whiter nro bor
tng n well for Sam Enman.
Joyco Slgtord was out of school all
of last week. Sho has been having
trouble with her eyes.
Undo Clay Kntllft visited nt Jim
Stevenson's Inst week,
Clydo nrndtey 'sited friends in
this district Sunday.
E. U. Hosley was out to tho ranch
Chester Enman nnd Rolf Oeertson
wero out of school Monday.
A. C. Ilunnell nnd family visited at
S. P. Dehlngor's Sunday,
daughter, Miss Louise, visited nt tho
homo of Misses Thlrrn nnd Helen
Mrs. Fred Peterson spent Inst week
In Klnmnth Falls assisting In tho cam
of her nephew, Drmv Campbell.
A good-sited crowd attended tho
social given by tho Ladles nld society
of tho Presbytorlnn church on Wed
nesday evening. Tho men trimmed
lints for tho Indies, and n great ileal
of amusement was enured by tlmlr
of farts, R. C. flrocsbeck uon first
prlia for tha best trimmed lint, tho
hnt belonging to Miss Helen llrohn.
W. F. Jlnnctto won tho consolation
prlto on Mrs. l'nrkcr's hnt Ever5" ono
thoroughly enjoyed tho iivonlng, A
fair amount win renlltcd by tho lad
les. Plo nnd cofreo'wns servod during
Sovernl I.ono Pine folks went fish- ,. vrninl- nnii conor.il com! tlmn
Ing Sunday nt the now Lost vcr U,nd by nil.
dam below Merrill. Tho suckers wero Mr( n c Oroosbcek nnd children
not running very much but rne'ljmvo Heon visiting nt tha homo of
succeeded in getting n few. Mrg rjroesbeck's sister. Mrs, Rurr
J. E. nnd Sam Knman ami Jim Woslbrook.
Charles Harpst baa withdrawn
from the partnership of Harpst tt
Wheeler at Rocky Point resort. Re
creation. P. O. Oregon. Miss Maud
Wheeler continues In the business
and has taken over all unfinished
business matter. Recreation, Oregon,
April 1st. 1922.
Signed, CHAS. It. HARPST.
MAUD WHEELER 1-5
Slovenson dehorned their cows a few
Tho death of Mrs. W. C. Dalton
enmo ns a shock to tho friends In
Merrill. While U was known sho was
very sick It was hoped her health
would bo benefited by the change.
Mrs. Dalton was loved by nil who
knew her nnd tho family have the
sympathy of their many friends hero.
A great many attended tho funeral
fr6m tho Merrill and Malln sections.
Mr. and Mrs. R. IF. Anderson at
tended tho funeral of Mrs. Dalton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed nurrls also attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. Dalton. Mrs
Dalton was Mrs. Durrls aunt. Among
the others who attended were; Mr.
and Mrs. Fred L. Popo. Mr. and Mrs.
Lesllo Pooe. Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Haslns, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Has
kns, Geo. J. Wnlton, J. It. Hobbs, W.
F. Fruits nnd Mrs. M. Glacomlnl nnd
Miss Pauline Glacomlnl.
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Sloycr were
Klamath Falls visitors on Wednes
day. Kd Frailer and W. W. Walker, Sr..
made a business trip to Klamath
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dalton were In
Merrill during tho week. Their
E. L. Whlslor spent Wednesday In
Geo. Wilson was n business visitor
In Klnmnth Falls on Wodncsdny.
E. D. MInrwood wns n Klamath
Falls visitor during the week.
C. G. Merrill spent Saturday in
Tho Merrill Library club will meet
Thursday nt tho homo of Mrs. E. D.
A dnnce wns given In Merrill hall
by tho O. K. E. K. orchestra Frldny
evening. All enjoyed tho evening and
tho music was good.
Tha Bunday school class of Geo,
J. Walton gnvo n party at tho manse
Friday evening. Tho evening was
spent In games and refreshments
wero served. Thoso present were:
Misses Ileitis. Hoe and Mary Taylor,
Deatrlco and Kathcrlno Walton. Ora
Ottlcld, Messrs. Kenneth Colwell,
Fred Popo, David Edgar, Oeo. J Wal
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar.
Loralne Hasklns Is out ot school
with a cold.
Mrs. Hugh Fnlvey who has been
In Klamath Falls for soma tlmo re
ceiving medical treatment returned to
her homo Wednesday.
Thoso bo caro for fish in Lost riv
er aro feasting on them now as thoro
Is a run of thorn at prosent and every
body can havo BllHliey want. Roma
put thorn up In various wnys tor fu
ture uso. Largo crowds wnro nut Sun
day falling nt tho now dam, but every
dny numbers of tho Merrill people
nro getting them. Theso fish nro con
sidered by soma to bo excelled In
tlnvor by no other kind ot fish.
Mrs, Geo. J, Walton wns In Klnm
nth Falls Saturday.
Several bands of rnngo sheep nro
being dipped nl the M. L. Monro place
west ot town to unnhlo Hiom to pass
Into California for summer rnngo,
Owing to tho' fact that thoro has
been u great deal ot hauling over tho
roads while they worn wo,t. In somo
places they huvo been very bad, but
a tow more good days und they will
bo lu good shnpa again.
Frank Hedrlck ot Dodd Hollow
was In Merrill Tuesday.
W l Hill who Is on Jury duty in
fl AND STAYED UP 11
Tho growth of this comnnny has
not been an accident; it luis been
the result of aiding and helping
the community to develop.
We have established reasonable
in fact, there is a rate for every
need that exists.
A POLICY of CONSISTENT
helpfulness, is the reason for this
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER CO.
Up to th Limit
,tor frveCEUT CiCARjQuality
Beth. Lon& nllar
Jetton &irmn A($
sumt POXTUAO SPCKAKf
Klainatli Falls spout Sundny with his
family returning to Klnmnth Fulls
Miss Ruth Hill spent the week end
Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Anderson nro
receiving congratulations nn tha Ml Hi
of n sou bom Hat unlay April I,
weight twclvii pounds Thu youirj
man has lieen mimed Robert Prentice.
Condon lliisluess men form rluli
for purpnso of si'ciirlMg iidcimtt
water supply, up to ditto lira appara
Dyspepsia Soon Disappears
25)00,000 Bm1m SoM
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGE
MENT, CIRCULATION, ETC, REQUIRED BY
THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST. 24; 1912.
Of The. Evening Herald, published dally, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, for
rpru ,1, iiraa.
State of Oregon,
County of Klamath ss.
Beforo mo, a notary public In and for the state and county aforesaid,
psreonally appeared F, It. Soule. who, having been duly sworn according
to law, depose and says that ho Is the editor and manager ot The
Evonlng Herald, nnd that the following Is, to the best ot his knowing?
nnd bolief, a truo statement ot the ownership, management (nnd If a
dally pnper, tho circulation), etc., ot the aforesaid publication tor the
dato shown In the abovo caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912,
embodied In section 44.3, Postal Law, and Regulations, printed on the
reverse ot this form, to wit:
1 That tho naracj and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing
editor, nnd business manager are:
Publisher. The Herald Publishing Co.. Klamath Falls, Oregon;
lvdltor, F. It. Soule, Klamath Falls, Oregon;
Managing Editor, F. It. Soule, Klamath Falls, Oregon;
Iluslness Manager, F. It. Soule, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
2 That tho owners are: (dive ,nanies and addresse of Individual
ownors, or, If a corporation, give Its name and the names end addresses
of stockholdora owning or holding 1 per cent or more ot the total amount
F. It, Soulo, Klamath Falls, Oregon;
lluth Soule, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
3 That tho known, bondholders, mortgages, and other security
hpldors owning or holding 1 per cent or moro of total amount ot bonds,
mortgages, or other securities are: (If there are none, so state.)
t First National Hunk, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
4 That the two paragraphs noxt above, giving the names ot the
owners, stockholders, and security holder. If any, contain not only the
list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon tho books
of tho company but also, In case where the stockholder or security holder
appears upon the books or the company a, trustee or In any other
fiduciary relation, the name or tho person or corporation for whom such
trustoo is acting, U given; also that the said two paragraphs contain
statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the cir
cumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security boldem
who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock
and securities In a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and
this affiant has no reason tp bolieve than any other porsou, association, or
corporation has any Interest direct or Indirect in the said stock, bonds,
or other securities than ai so stated by him.
C That tho average number of copies of each Issue ot this publica
tion sold or distributed, through the mills or otherwise, to paid subscrib
ers during the six months precodlng the date shown above is 2,060.
F. It. SOULE,
Sworn to and subscribed beforo me this 3rd day of April, 1922
(SEAL) A. JWJSJpARDNotary. Public
luy commission expires August j, anzo;
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