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WKIlNMDAV, MAV 10, IDM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
r. It. HOCLK..Kdltor and Publisher
M. K. HlUi City HdMor
Published dally except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klasnath Kails, at 119 nighth itrcet.
tinnn "inii-in nnrni'- " "" '
Entered at tho poitofflco at Klam
ath Falls, Ore., for transmission
through tho malts as accond-clasa
MEMBER OF TUB ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Presi la excluatre
l entitled to tho use for publica
tion nf all nowa dlspatche, credited
to It. or not otherwise credited In
thla paper, and alto the local now
WA'STHl) Party to Ritaro expense ot
trip to Pendleton, Ore. I am le.iv
In Frldny by-car. 1123 Grant.
WKDM-XUMV. MAV 10, 138
STANDS FOR LAW
HKMSTITCHINO and Plcotlnc At
tachment. Fits any sowing ma
chine. Prlro $1.00. Economy Sales
Company, HIlllnRs. Mout, 9-1C
FIRST CLASS DRKSSMAKINO Al
terations a specialty. t22 Klamath
Avo. 9-1 B
Twenty-five dollars will be paid for
tho arrest of the party who stolo the.
Ritm machine at the pop corn stand,
JAS. II. PICKLE.
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE As part
payment on disc plow. Planet Jun
ior garden drill with all attach
roit sam: m:.sk or tradi:
KellopR Apts. Terms, to suit.
Holland House Small amount
down, balance, to suit you.
Five room new bungalow, all fur
nished, $1900. Furniture worth halt
money. $1,000 down balance terms to
Home In nit parts ot Klamath
Fall at bargain. One or two for
Farm on Spraguo River, 160
acres, 100 acres In crop, Reed house.
barn, milk house. parage and chicken
court, which said potltlon has been
filed with tho clerk of tho Circuit
Court of Klamath County, Oregon
Any person Interested may nt any
time before- Wednesday, the 7th day
of June A. 1) 1932, appear and con-;
tet tho Mxllillty or surn proceeding
or Any of the acts or things therein
ThU nottco Is published pursuant
tn an order made by the Hon. U. F.
Stone. Judge ot the Circuit Court ot
tho State ot Oregon for Klamath
County, made ntid entered upon tho
29th day of April A 1) 1922.
C. R DL'LAP.
Clerk of tho Circuit Court ot tho
Sujlr ot Oregon, for Klamifth
lly Lt.OYI) R DKI.AP.
M J l.YTI.K
home, fenced and cross-fenced, nil ,,, , ui,Vi.,.J ..V .'.. u ...m.
terms u uestrui. County. Oregon
Farms In all parts of Klamath M 3-10-17-21
County. Sorao good trades, will trado
for Klamath Falls property.
A.TTEMPT8 of the Ku Klux
1 Klan to crealo tho Impres- minta. li IManrt Junior hnnd cul-
slon that Its "principles" find favor, tivator. like new. Phono 32S-M. 9-10 'tvered
In the eyes of legitimate fraternal
organizations has met with a sting
ing set-back In tho action of Sam-
Logging horses and equipment.
Hay and grain; wilt contract del-
uet K. lltirkc. grand master of the
Masonic order in California.
In a communication to nil lodges
within his Jurisdiction nurse re
pudiates In the name ot Masonry
the pretension,, ot tho "Invisible
empire," and says flatly that bo
will hold 'to strict accounting any
FOR SALE Two Holsteln milk
cows, 4 and S years otd, both fresh.
Phone 32S-M. 9-10
E. R. CARPENTER. Painter and
Paparbanger. Phone 276J
SHOE REPAIRING Jack Frost. 119
S, Slat St. 17tt
FILZ SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Present enrollment 38 pupils.
Tar Mast Do a Reason
member of a California lodge ot For the fact that our present enroll
Masons who seoks la usurp the ' Urf.,t TC.r A f a
Kuwi m njftuiniu cuuuiji vuuiyinv
I course on tne piano in so lessons,
functions of the laws of tho land.
The Masonic grand master has
aet an examplo that all fraternal
organization, wilt unqualifiedly en
dorse. IPs statement set forth
Th's "Inris'btA rmplrn" pre
tends trl ts rh'ef purpose Is
to aid In tho Enforcement of the
law rf tho 1-trtd: but Its prneflcal
workinrs npnear to be to inter
vfer wtth tb ordo-lr jind lawful
administration of the Processes
of our courts and the duly con
stituted officers of the law: a so
ciety which skulk snd str'kes In
the dark, under cover of masks;
an onranlrat'on which Is so nn
Amerlrsn and fn-Mnsonlc In Its
methods as to merit the dlst
orovnl of ionirhtfnt. law-abld-Inc.
It Is an ormnltitlon assuming
dangerous military and Judicial
powers 'and 'authority over all
whose conduct or whose views
dn sot coincide with tnoso ot the
It ha'a" been" charged that mem
bers of oUr fraternity have In
some Instances bcromo allied '
with this Ku Klux Klan; that
nlgbtrldera who usurp the law
ful processes of the courts, and
who whit) and scourge and tar
thoso under penalty of their de
crees, nry Masons. Tho Orand
Master does not believe such
stories to bo true.
Ho will hold all those ot our
honorable traterlntly dcmlclled
within tho State of California, or
who are members of the Cali
fornia ledges, to a strict account
ability for any attempted usurpa
tion of the law of the. laid.
Free Masonry stands for law
and order and derent govern
ment. It stands for tho United
State of America, the best gov
ernment ever dovlsed hy man. It
stands now and always and
openly for tho orderly conduct ct
society and for the upholding of
th lawful and regular adminis
tration of the legal processes of
KXIB'llKXNinT. 11UI HTAR
RaVl'8EH TO GIVE I.VTKRVIEWH
Coon starts at auy time. Enroll now.
Studio 308-309 Winters' Bids. 20tf
Swedish select certified seed oats,
ton lots 2H cts; less quantity 3 cts.
J. A Bushong. Klamath Falls, Oro
goa. Call at Murphey'a Feed store.
,124 S..th St. 2tf
Farm machinery, ono header with
2 header beds $200; one double dlk
ITS; one.hay derrick complete $100;
one nearly now wagon $100; ono
nearly now binder v$13i, ono Ford
touring car $200; one 21-Inch Case
thrashing machine complete $t'S0;
two 2-year old colts $60; 2 three
ear (ulta 190: on team of mnrcs
with harness, 9 years old 912S,
Sixteen head of tine dairy rows
wilt be sold at a bargain. "
J. N. niiAMHAi.L, riio.vi; i w-j
WANTED Pump Jack and 1 H h. p.
engine, kerosene preferred 11. It.
Folsom. R. F. D. 1, .Klamath Falls.
S. C. White Leghorn llaby Chlx
for April. May and June delivery
from our own brcd-to-lay stock. Our
prices aro right. Model Poultry Farm,
W. C. Smith. Prop., Corning. Cal.
Uatabllshcd 1901. Stf.
WHITE LEGHORN baby chicks. Tan
cred strain. Reduced to $10.00 per.
100. Henry Farratt. Corning. Calif. FOR SALE Brunswick graphonota
S-30 I 1221 Ga'rden Ave. 9-11'
$700,000 of road work, and con
tracts will bo awarded late today.
This afternoon tho commission Is
conferring with truck owners and
loggers on road rules.
America may bo examined, approv
ed and confirmed by the court.
TO THE HORSEFLY IRRIGATION
DISTRICT. AND TO ALL FREE
HOLDERS. LEGAL VOTERS AND
ASSESSMENT PAYERS WITHIN
, SAID DISTRICT
oac APoTrfctTN Notico Is hereby given that the
tsAo AKUUNO above entitled court has fixed the
YOUR HEART? ,,our of 2 o'clock p. m. of Wednesday.
""' tho 7tirday of June A. D. 1922. and
Mnn't .t.i. r ,i-i,. .. . .. tho court room of tho abovo entitled
net druc .,? ,S 1? ,C,Vw,5 court ln tho r ot Klamath Falls.
irtuinlSnKt reBon' " th0 tlmo ani1 P,aCo r
uuftta MKm ,h0 hcarlr"- of ,h wtltlon of the
ft?s2f..?iim!.i'!S!.t,Ld."rec,inoaril of Directors of tho Horsefly
Votonlvuiii T,3 ", Irrigation district In Klamath Coun-i
you wmVel grateful "ffr ?. r ''' 0reRon' rr?)rns ,hat a" ot the
rkrbl. eeefgK venYouwi f .IpS ?lot&?' ot D.'.-.oc-
,,.,, ,, (. w,iK. ...i.. . lors nnu OI ,ala uisinci, proviuingr
MrVsa. urn i,!, ir -or nd authorizing a certain Joint
nervousness will dlappear apd. ron,.ruenn n,i ..,nr,inh oniM,.'
AtiTiri: or sam:
in Tin: cincriT court of tiir;
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
(leorgo L Chandler, Plaintiff
Joph D. Dervan. Ellen M. Der
van, Klamath Oil company, a corpor
ation, & Martin Ilros., a corporation,
Nollco Is hereby given that by lr-
ttie of a'l execution and order of sale '
Issued out of the abovo entitled court
and In this cauno on the 2nd day of
May 1922. upon a decree made and j
omercu oi record in sniu court anil
cause on April 2tl. 1922. In faor of
the aboe named plaintiff and against
the said defendants, directing tho sale
of tho oral property hereinafter des
cribed to satisfy the sum of $1300.00,
together with Interest thereon at tho
rate of ten per cent per annum from
December 1, 1919; for tho further
sum of $ I SO. 00 as attorney's fee, and
cots and disbursements taxed at
Now thcreforo by virtue of said!
writ I have duly lovied upon said i
real property and on the nth day of .
I..nn 1A44 ., Ilt-ltll n'.livV M . fit 1
the front door ot tho Klamath county
court house, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
wilt si'll nt public auction to tho
highest bidder for cash in hand, sub
ject to redemption, according to law.
all tho right, title and Interest ot the
said defendants, and each of thorn. I
In and to the following described i
premises, to-wit" I
Situate In Klamath County, Ore
gon, beginning at tho corner com
mon to Sections 20, 21, 2S, and 29.
In p. 10 South. Rjnge 10, East of,
W,'!.: thenco West on tho Section
lino to the N W. corner of tho N.
E. Quarter or the N. E. Quarter ot
Section 29 In said Tp. and range:
thenco South on the West linn of
slil .W II nf N". H. U nf Hro
Hon 29. -120 feet to the center lino)
ot tho Government Canal; thenco
following said center line: a to
deg. curve to tho right a distance
of 10r, feet: thence S. 11 deg. SB
minutes E. 307 C feet; thenco on a
20 deg. curve to the left, a dis
tance of 100 feet: thenco S. 31 deg.
SC minutes E. 1053. feet; thenco'
on a 20 deg. curn tn the right n
dlstanro of 53 feet; thenco H. 20
U01t or fill, vnllt nvflfnliln hflirf tlll 7 . -.---- -- --.... .r...-......
be calmed in a sat natural wnv i ''tween tito Horsefly Irrigation dls-i deg 20 minutes E. to thn 8. line of
Ask for Ramann". na?Tlhi;t In ,rIct an tho UnS" Vay IrrlBa-- the N. K. of raid section 29. at
the jollow pa"kaKeDrIcJ . mJ , d?Har t,0n dl,trlCt nn'1 ,ho Ua,,ed S,atM of P0'"' 215 'Ml Wclt ' lho uar'
For i K SVrSL Cn J 1 m' America, wherein and whereby the ter section corner on the K. line of
L."J?wi2.f. o "S?-f' ".aaI" Pnltcd States agrees, for tho mail- said section 29. thencn East 215
Utauil. VUCUHII, 3AQ r fUHCIStU. UT.
WHY SUFFER SO?
.Why suffer from o bad back, from
sharp, shooting twinges, headaches,
dlulnes. and distressing urinary Ills?
Klamath Falls people recommend
Doan'a Kidney Pills. Ask your neigh
bor! Could you ask for stronger
proor or merit?
mum sum of Eighty Seven Thousand
Dollars to construct a dlrurslon dam.
main gravity canal and spillway with
in the Clear lako dlWslon ot the Lan
cell Valley'Irrigation District for tho
Joint uso of the Horfefly Irrigation
district and thn said Langell Valloy
Irrigation district, end sell a water
right for tfeo thousand onn hundred
acres of land within thn said Horse
fly Irrigation district, may be exam;
Mrs. Jeff WlUon. 1402 Oregon
Ave., Klamath Falls, sas: "Doau's fined, approved and confirmed by tho
money nils are a family., remedy in
ti'ot to said nuarter section cernnr:
thence N. on nald Sec. (Inn to the,
place of beginning, being a portion ,
UI iuo c. '.? ui iuk . r.. -4' ui net;.'
29, T. 10 S. It. 10 E. W. M., In
Klamath County, Oregon.
Dated. Klamath Falls, Oregon, May
L. L. LO.W. Sheriff.
Uy HURT E.' HAWKINS,
Enid Dennett is tho onlyy star In
capHIvlty wbo absolutely refuses at
all times to giro interviews, tell stor
ies, talk about herself or comment
upon people and things for publi
cation. She Is at once the despair ot
press agents and the hopo of future
generations, for her example gives
promise of a new school of film stars
who shall be conspicuous by tnei aft
aence from the public prints, leaving
It to tho silent screen and to the
biasing electric lights to spread their
fame and glory.
When approached for a story Kiss
Bennett always stops the Interviewer
la'hls tracks with some such, state
ment aa: "I am not interesting; I am
not rlCh or famous; I do not contem
plate flying to Australia, writing a
bo'oki making a garden, or painting
Enid Dennett, featured star of the
Hodklnson release, "Keeping Up
With Llxzle," which will bq at the
Strand theatre tonight Is the only
'Ansae girl of stellar quality In pictures.
V. HI M- SOCIETY
The W. S. M Society ot the Meth
odlat church will bold a Japanese sil
ver tea at Clio home ot Mrs. U. M.
Chllcoto 604 North Tenth street
OPEN ROAD BIDS
PORTLAND,' May 10. The high
way commission opened bids on
our home and whenever the occasion
calls for a kidney remedy Doan's
nover fall to do tho work. I have
taken Doan'a for a long time for I f
hare been more or less subject to
backache and kidney trouble. At
times I have such terriblo pains
through my kidneys that I can hard-1
1 go My kidneys act Irregularly and
I feel miserable. I used Doan's Kid-'
noy Pills and am' not bothered with!
backache or kidney trouble now.)
Doan's have been a great benefit to.
mo." (Statement given March 13,
On March 1C. 1920, Mr. Wilson f
said: "I gladly repeat all I said In'
favor of Doan a Kidney Pills as there i
is nothing bettor for kidney com
plaint. I use Doan's occasionally to
keep my kidneys In good order."
60c, at all dealers. Fostcr-Mllburn
Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appointed i
administrator of the estate of Cor
nelia Shuck, deceased, by tho Coun-I
ty Court or tho State of Oregon fori
Klamath County;, and all persons'
having claims against said otsato are,'
notified to present same to suid ad-,
mlnlstraior. at law office of It. C. i
Groesbeck, Klamath Falls, Oregon,'
within six months from the dato of
Dated: May 10. 1922.
CIIAS. V. SHUCK.
Administrator of tho Estate of Cor
nelia Shuck, Deceased,
M 10-17-24-31 J 7
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OltHGOX FOR KLAM
ATH COUXTY '
In the Matter ofthe Petition of the
Board ot Directors of the Horsefly
Irrigation district ot Klamath
County, Oregon, praying that all
of the proceedings ot said Hoard
ot Directors and of said district,
providing for and authorizing a
certain Joint construction and wa
ter right contract between tho
Horsefly Irrigation district and
the Langell Valley Irrigation dis
trict and tho United States of
flTjsrA vt'lSKtti iQLLLaw .
on Mother's Day
Sunday, May 14
The people of all nations have
set aside this day each year in
her honor. Make it her happiest.
At an appreciation
"Say it with flowers"
If your mothbr is in another city
we can send flowers by wire.
KLAMATH FLOWER SHOP
834 Main Jhone 589
"TO THE PEOPLrOF KLAMATH COUNTY
There is an issue today before the people of Klamath county
that directly concerns every business and every citizen. The
t future as well as the stability of the tfiout lumber and millitiK
industries is at stake ,
The curtailment of a vast output of lumber products, totaling
millions of dollars, as well as a payroll of $0,000,000, is in
volved. There must be a decision soon, and upon that decision
depends the immediate revival of a stiurniint business and the
future prosperity and development of Klamath county.
A little more than ten years ago the manufacture of lumber
in the Klamath district was an infant enterprise. Today it is
the county's leading industry. As it grew our community ex
panded and prospered. With more than usual community pride
the lumber operators have expended their best effoits to give
Klamath an industrial asset that would enable her to rise to her
proper place in the commonwealth.
Today the operators are face to face with tho alternative of
.surrendering their rights as free agents, or to get out of busi
ness. All because, in tho readjustment of affairs, they found it
necessary to adopt the nine-hour working day.
The operators are not opposed to the eight-hour day. The
shortness of the working season and the fact that their nearest
and most powerful competitors are operating on a ten-hour basis
have forced them to this expedient. Last year, owing to un-
favorable market conditions most of the plants in this district
were able to run only at half capacity. Some of the smaller
ones were forced to close and anumber passed into the hands
of their creditors. It was inevitable that a readjustment must
come to avoid calamity.
The operators found that they were losing business where
they were facing competition based on a ten-hour day at wages
less than those paid here. The ten-hour clause prevails in the
lumber regions in all the northern states from and including
Montana eastward, the central section, and all the large produc
ing areas in the southern states. It is a fair estimate to say that
from SO to 85 percent of all lumber is produced out of a ton
hour working day.
California, by reason of her great fruit industry, is our great
local market. Our California competitors first have an advant
age of a hundred miles or so. Another handicap against the
Klamath mills is an additional charge for freight over that paid
by the California mills. Practically every white pine mill and
box factory in California is running on ten hours. And against
these uphill conditions the Klamath operators are declared to
be unfair by some because they ask for a nine-hour day in order
to meet this competition.
Since the mills have been closed great amounts of money
have been taken out of circulation. Every day from now on
that the mills remain closed means an additional .loss of thou
sands of dollars to the business of this community.
Citizens of Klamath county, we have briefly reviewed the
situation to fa rat 'it concerns the lumber industry. Our inter
ests are mutual. Do you want your city to advance? Do you
want your business to grow? Will you give support to a move
ment that strikes at the very root of your greatest industry?
Citizens of .Klamath County, this appeal
is directed to you
Seed lor Your GARDEN, LAWN or FIELD
V JsTtMSa Jar" 'i
124 South Sixth Street
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