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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1922)
WGDNMDAY, MAY IT, lMft.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
rn. M, HILL..
TH Herald Publishing Company' of
Klaautb Falls, at 11 Eighth ttrcat.
Entered at the postofflca at Klam
am raits, oro., for traaiausaloa
Uronga the mall BJieeoni-claai
attar. ' r .
MKMflEK. of thk, associated
Tha Associated Prase, la, oxcluslt
U entitled :to tbrUia;f4r3Bbtlea
Hob, tall news dUpatcaaw. er4tud
tft.lt,, or not otharwiM,.cr4ltti"la
tbU, jmper. and alio' the local taews
Mbilshad herein. ' '
WEDNESDAY', MA' 17, IMf.
FALSE TO CORE'
attorney of Lo Angeles nnd'flnn
Francisco, the California Mason.
thn national, commander of thn
knight of Pythias, the California
Rika and nunwro'ua.other public offi
cials and organisations. It In outlaw
ed by tho tribunal "nT tntclllnont
(lovornor Olcott In right when ho
declare that the Kn Klux klan It n
serious menace, and he has taken
lb .right attltudn In socking to keep
It' from gaining a, further foothold In
'ELF-8EEKINO politician, re-
Igsrdless ot tho welfare of the
state, carries cft buqlncsa. develop
ment, are socking to Inject Info the
primary campaign a religious Issue,
that would, If they bad their way,
rend and disrupt the commonwealth
and bar all enterprise, and -.Investment
The editor ot thn Herald l.i a non
Catholic, of Protestant birth, and
breading,- whose forbeara fled Eng
land with tho first colonists to fouad-
In the new world freedom ot reli
gion. Consequently wo hold any Individ
ual, sect or klan that strive at this
lata day. to, ratio an Jssue fa Inimical
to American principles 'and iho. basic
doctrines of liberty,, as a foe to the
general welfaro; especially .to "o
feared and distrusted when, they r-
APt to Ilia mnit nrnfannit nd hire-
facaci falsehoods "to gain their selfish
On the first pago. of, thjs paper, la
printed. Ue denial' oCaoyernorOlcoU
thatr his 'stand, .against. ,tjie ,Kt Klux
Klan Is-animated, by ..religious, mo;
tlvaf-Hls .opponents bave,aalB. Is a
Catholic and.5. pec, cent .of Iberia
offloara ara) Catholics,..
Governor Olcott declares, bo s not
Catholic, but on, tb, contrary Is bt
the Pr'otestauL falth.-ThereU one un,
An 'independent canvass .jby. news
paper. menshows,onl nine, of some
J00 public of tiee;bldiira are CatW
lles.Anotber .'slsahojta scattered
It fcaa been ealdthat. mora than CO
pejrcsnt of .the teachers In'Porilann
publtcsebooU are Catholics? The fait
ta that ,a'n Impartial census, shews
T INilwn Vlat.ceiiPartlaas)
teachers are Catholics
Where Jn fhe'aie of common
MM Is there , ground" for fear cf
domination of ,the Cf tkolle church
la thla state? ' " """' , "
What Is to be feared lsthst aucP
false.and vicious propaganda, -will net
be.aufflciently rebuked by all liberty
loving Americans In Frlday'a' alee
tlon. It la plainly "a ease ot unwar
ranted distortion of the facta to se
cure political preferment."
Now here are more absolute tacts.
showing the lack of ground for fear
that church 'influence menaces the
welfare of tho nation.
The figures were comalled by the
Board or ProaTbitlon, Temperance,
ad Morals 6Y ibe-MaUtodUt EpJacon
al akarck, -
Tharo are 435 members la the low-
fr.ttM.fjC0Bgreaivprtkfae U are
aot enugen -menders ana ise cavrcn
affiliations of1 9S 'were not "aaSir
talnedvThe census showed, the re
smalader o be dTvlded by creed "a's
United JO re thren, Mormon, Inde
pendent, Mennonlte, 'Dutch Refrm
ed, , Exang'ellcal, one member -each;
Two Unlversallsts, three JeWa and
three, puaVcra, five Unitarians, ten
Disciples, ten Lulberana. 11 CbrU
tlam, It Catholics, SSCoagregaUon
aliata,SS Episcopalians. aDaptUU,
56 Presbyterians, and 9aftbodlstr
Ot 96 senators, tho church, at fili
ations of 2 3 'were unknown, Four.are,
non-members. There was one Protest
ant EpIaeop'aUan a'nd one Christian'.
The Lutheran's, the' Dutch Ratorawov
Unitarians," and Mor'mona 'had- .two
each. There were six Cathollci, six
Baptists, seven CongregaUonalUts.
eleven Presbyterians, eleven Epiaco-:
pallans, and 17 Methodists.
In the ,name of truth, fair play
and, for our own best Interests let us
have an end to.thdUgraceful:.folyi
thla flying from a bogey, that, doea.poj
The religious question wan raised
In thla state" by'tbe Ku Klux Klan,
and the fale;ataUncita rf),ipildl
those who, Mejc eleclloA lb,klan
vote, aad,.tlielr,iloUej(erjj, ti
.Tha, Herald .has steadily apposed
the -Ku, Klux KJho tu "(Ian, geroiia. The
klan Jas been.deponfiedbybe raa,
Ident .of, tho UnltedUtesmany
Oregoa.aad .CaJKornfa, tho, d,lktrlci
B hid thn pleasure tho other
rday of n visit from Jnme
It. tlwlnn. ot Pendleton, whoso
greatest claim to fame at presont
l his ileslro to replaco Nick Slnnott
as 'representative In congress from
We had heard Mr. Owlnn welt
hundred dollars nnd they scrimped ft .'
much n they could. In another com
fortabln home this winter, the addi
tion ot on to tho faintly, vn fol
lower by the mother's Illness nnd tho
expenses were over six hundred dol
lars. Tho mother snld, "Wo were just
ni careful ns poilblc, hut children
are. awfully expensive iiow-n-dny."
Iloth tlipin mothers think that the
strikers are very unrousonahlo In
fighting to retain tho eight-hour day
and tho pittance, they weru gi'ttluR.
Tho ewi'loycrs love to prate nhout
Americanism, 7ia It tli renl pa
triot the man, who by crushing la
bor to a pitiful wage, destroys I ho
life of tho race or thn man whu
fights for the means to live, In de
cency and mine a family that will ho
credit In his country?
3isieniaeYi-ii'iV(v- "ii-i'it i i -mn"i "iti"i iTnTBTnrryTTnrinrrj arefwxrefMTwijhj umu.1.1-
Your grocery order will ho nppnv
clatnd at Kndvrs. Id-IT-1!)
KOIl 11KNT Nicely furnished front
ronm..llatti A phone. G12 N. iUh Ht.
TIIH tXH'XTV SriltMtli UNIT
WANTED Shore man on rnncli.
Must milk S or H cows, work lu
garden eta.- $40 nnd hoard. Phone or
call Will V. Adam. Merrill, Ore
KUllUEIt II:EI.H. Jack Krotl.
'ANTBIK-Mnii to net as permnn
out resident roprvsentntlvo for
Klnmnth County to sell Metal (lrnln
lllns, Motal Tanks, HoK Keeders
Waterlm: Troimhs, Water TankK, nml
other Kami Conveniences. Products
best lu their dusx, priced fairly; real
money makers uml tlmu savem for
tho furiuer. Full tlmo wiirk. Per
manent iiropesltlon: real opportun
ity for hustler, (llvo iiko, experlonon
and referenres. COAHT (HII.VEItT
FI.UMK COM PAN V, Portland, Oro.
K. It. OAni'KNTKH, Painter and
Paporhangor. Phone Alt J
For snappy mimnn'r footwear. Soo
HIIOE KKPAtlUNd Jack Frost. 119
H. Hixth St. 17tf
In order to get n proper perspec
tive of eiiucation it must do vieweu
spoken ot by friends who knew .him interest-There ar0 matters whose ef-
WANTED Woman for housework,
small family, tlfi Pine St. lfl-t'J
wil ,ni aw 9kti atmrlAjkfl (n find
him an affable and courteous gen
tleman, swbomordlnarlly It would
be a pleasure to support for pub-llc-,of(lce.
Mr. Qwlnn told us that eastern
fects for weal or woo extend beyond
tht mere limits of n single locality,
and education l one of them. In this
time or mobile population there N
a continual luterchango of residents.
nnd tho fact that n nelghborlni; dls
FOlt KENT 50 ucren Irrigated land.
on0 mllo from town of .Merrill.
House, small bnrn, chicken hnuxo,
Knrdon and small pasture. Will con-
Oregon . was. not getting Its sharo tricl Is not maintaining a standard
KII.Z HCIIOOI, OF.MUHIO
Present enrollment 38 pupils.
TlKYe Must lie Itcason
For thn fact that our present enroll
ment Is the largest, ever held by a
school In Ktnmath county. Complete
course on tho piano In SO lessons.
Course starta at any time. Enroll now.
slder cither nharo of crop or rush studio 306-309 Wlntora' Uldg. ZOtf
rent. Phone or call Will W. Adams,
Merrill. Ore. 1U-I7
WANTED Plumber nnd Hleam-flt-
ter, $7,00 per day and furo. puld to
SImoii. AddrcM E. II. Itush. Itl-I7
ot the,, funds appropriated by tho
government for reclaiming arid
lands. He Bald we were putting
four times tho amount Into tho
fund, through public land and tim
ber sales and from other sources
from which thk fund is collected,
aa are Idaho. Montana, Washington
or any of the wentern elate and
geumg. rar icsa cneiuj in pru
He Inferred that this was tho
fault of Slnnott. We asked him
how he proposed to remedy thii
partiality In distributing the funds.
if hn were elected.
Up ,to that point Mr. Owlnn had
his, argqpept well muttered, but
right. there he fell down. He'con
.'fsedr.that he did not know what
he.confd, do, but that be would "do
something.'. Addison Smith, he
said, , over In Idaho gets It for
Idaho,, and by studying Addison
Smlth)a methodic he .hoped to bo
able, to copy 8mth'a trick and to
aa much for Oregon.
It. sounds very r nlco but when
you , get right .down to .considering
Way and means you, are, confronted
with .a set of, hard and. fast fact.
Jb tke flrat .plate, the infant con
gressman at )Vashlpgton baa Just
about, as muck chance of .putting
ovejblg tblBga at the start aa a
aaow ball 'has of surviving ,a.hot
aeason.Jnv the. Sahara. The. whole
hystea Is, baaed upon seniority, and
ao . coAgrtaaman in . 140 years
whether be .came ,from . tke sage
brush or the. metropolis, ha been
able to crack It,
Mr. Owlnn. we assume Im
mediately upon hit. tActloo... would
go.-to .Washington .and assume the
chairmanship of the,, public lands
committee., a position which Slnnott
will vacate f,he Is defeated. This
la one ot the, four .most Important
committees In the house, and gen
erally considered to be r the busiest
one. It took Slnoot ten year, -to
get there, aa a rewult of the work
ings of eenlorlty. " -
Then Mr.f Owlan, will atep from
his abatratlag office In -PeBdleton
Into several - Tlcerchalmaasblps, of
housekcc-mmluee,. not to, xak ot
a (ew qtber -Jobet that-Blnaqtt holds
down, .and ke- will .proceed, to se
cure for .bis district nUIIon which
he .claims the reclamation -.service
owe Oregon t Tbe- rmlHIoBs - upon
millions" Ib fact, as he puts It.
Getting down to bedrock, it Is
hard to see. how any man could get
more In the way ot Irrigation for
Oregon than fUanott haa Everyone
conceded this, fact until (Owlnn
iaae. along with his rellglous-lsne
political campaign. Slnnottils .vice
cbalrmaB of the'.lrrlgatlon cemmit:
tee , and In a position to -land im
portant things. And In every en
terprise furthering tbe , promotion
of eastern Oregon, Slnnott has done
hla part ably. ,
American school Immediately may af
fect tho district with tho boit of
For a long tlmo roads wore con
sidered subjects for local Initiative
only. It has now dawned upon us
that roads to bo truly useful mint get
somewhere, and consequently tint
county, state; nml nation are entering
the field. A road Is no bettor than
Its worst atretch; and schools are no
better than their weakest members,
Tho county unit will provide tho
means whereby aej;ood school can be
maintained In every district, bo Its
Inhabitant ever so poor, and It will
then step In nnd sen that such n
school Is .maintained. It Is tho system
ot equal opportunity (or all.
Tho following aro some questions
that are frequently aiked. Explana
Will tho countyunlt Interfere In
any way with tho local high schools,
Ans. No. Tho law specifically gives
tho local hoards the right to maintain
high schools. In fact by relieving the
local district of somo of tho burden
ot maintaining thn grado schools. It
will clear the way for better rural
Will It be.posslblo to get five mft
to give time to tbe school affairs
without salary? Ans. Wo think io. In
fact a large part of tho most effec
tive, worth-.whllo public work. Is un
selfish, unpaid, endeavor for the
TWYliA FEItCUHON. Supt.-
Don'l forget, Wo still have good
coffco ut 35c. J. i:. Endors. ltM'-rj
Swedish select certified seed nnla
ton lots 2H eta; lose quantity 3 cts,
J. A. llushong, Klamath Falls, Ore
gon. Call at Murpbey'i Feed atom,
134S. tthSt. 3tf
IIEST M'ATIU'lt. 1IEST SEHVICK
Jack Frost, shoe repairing, South
Gth St.. just oft Main. ltf
WANTED Man and wife to work on
dairy ranch, good wagci. llox 3ii3,
St,rn)td from my placo. bay saddle
ponuy, bruuded K on left shoulder,
right hind foot white. Please notify
W. D. Ilurtan, Shlpplnxton, Ore..
Phono 82M. 15tr
FOR IlKNT 3 room
8. C. Whlto Leghorn Ilaby Chlx
for April, May and Juno delivery
from our own brd-to-lay stock. Our
prices uro right. Model Poultry Farm,
W. O. Smith. Prop., Corning. Cul.
Established 1904. Sir.
NO MORE GAS IN
STOMACH & BOWELS
DOES SHE SMILE ENOUGH?
When the learns of the conven
ience!, she will be tatiified with
nothing but electricity in her
Why do tlioiiNnniN uw clri'lrlclly
When ilut l Io cleaner cost BAO.Otl nnd
Klerlrlo Initio com Btl.tMl nml furl licnlrd
Automobile IIHI.OO in fl.OIMMIO, when
n liiirxo nml liuggy iiikh fMUIMMI?
It's the SERVICE she gets; the
case in accomplishing the every
day tasks of life.
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER
If you wish to bo pvrniuuenlly re
lict od of gns In thn stomach utiil
bowels, take lIunlinann'H (lai Tab
lets which oro prepared especially for
stomach gas nnd all the bad effects
resulting frum gas pressure.
Thut empty. stntiHlutx fevllni: at the
pit fyour utoniuch will illsatmear.
.awrenva that nnxlous, nervous feeling, with
13-18 I heart palpitation will vanish and you
win again lu able tu take a deep
FOR SALE 4 room modern house, berath without discomfort
bath, basement, partly furnished I Thut drowsy, sleepy feeling nfter
on Lincoln street
room 3, Swanson
I. f 3,000. Inquire dinner will b replaced by n deil
Uldg. 13-24 .for entertainment, moating w
WHITE I.EOIIOnN baby chicks. Tan-
crcd strain, ltcduccd to $10,00 per
100. Henry Farratt, Corning, Calif.
WANTED About June I, n five or
six, roam modern bouse, unfur
nished. C. L. Jamison, phono 3C2-W.
ceaso. Your limb, arms and (Ingers
will no longer feel cold and "ko to
sleep," because Il.ialmann'it dm Tab
lets prevent gas from Interfering with
tint the genuine Haalniati'i, (ins
Tablets In the yellow package from'
thn Star Drug Co. Prlcit otm dollar J.
llaalmaun, Chumltt, Kan Frnuclico',,
BLACK TREAD TIRES
Supreme in Appearance. Milca ere, and
REED AUTO SUPPLY
Uth Street near Main
MAKE OREGON SAFE FOR REPUBLICAN PARTY
Ralston shoos for men, J. E. En
ders & Co. 18-17-19
t I readiPeaxl, Wjoodwards practical
letter supporting. tbt..cause pf the
After sha made careful allowance
for, tbfl various, necessary, jupanseji of
the' worVer, tth'ere was very little
money left tor the emergency ot the
many Uttle' Illnesses that coma to'
tbe average worker's family.
Then what In event ot un arrival
fit an addition to tbe famllyT
A child' arrived at the home of u
high-salaried business roan here tlilo
winter. I was told tho cost was four
A SAFE TEST
For those who are In need of a
remedy for kidney troubles and
backache, It Is a good plan to trr
Doan's Kidney Pills. They are strong
ly recommended by. Klnmatn rails
people. Ask your neighbor!
II. H. Wilson, chief of police. 817
Main St., Klamath Falls, saya: "My
experience with Doan's Kidney I'llls
has proven satisfactory-and I gladly
recommend Doan's to anyone. I bad
rhwmMlc pains 4n, my. feet which
wo.ro painful but f lveboxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills cured mn of tho trouble
and since then I haven't had rheuma
tic pains or any symptoms ot kidney
disorder." (Statement .given, .March
On March 1G, 1920, Mr. Wilson
said: "I have had no sign ot kidney
complaint slnco, Doan's Kidney Pills
cured me so 1 am always ready to say
a good word for Doan's."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney I'llls 'tho same that
Mr. Wilson bad. Foster-Mllhurn Co,,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. .
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agents for .
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.act, slat,, in th., Union, mid Is ih, pl,r:, oBiilailon ,,f th" friy
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chairman of thu lttpubllcun National Commltt...., pnsltloii ncv "r brf. r.i
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or cxfcul.i tho laws, but rarrlc.i out tho poll.l.'s nnd plntfnriii of th.. rtv
ndopti-d by thu il.'l.iKattis ut rucli provlons Nutlonal Coiivuullun.
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