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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
K. tVWAl ftMrrfrtln Mtrffcr
Itift thorn, but I hoy have hiu! n vnln.
nblp oxperlenco and doni much In
provo tho contention of Mr, linriintn,
;Corvnllliv OstPt.JP Time. ,
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Klamath Falls, at 11 Klshth street.
Entered at tlio postofflr-e at Klam
ath Falls, Orn., for transmttiton
through ! mallt" at tccond-clasi
lll'IISON TKliUSOK KKKOIITS
iv riiATi:i i..ki: o.b"
(Cnntlnupd from rajto 1)
1 KOU SA1.K Kino innmUilln nnd nut
tnr, I.lltorty ltiiom cor 3rd nnd
hook, Ily nluhl I had iilmlp very
fayornblo ImpresMoti. Soro anil I
Miff, ns woll uf iIor tlroil. I rrrllnpd
POIt HKNT Tvvo lfK" kIppI'Ikk
rooms. Hot nnd cold vvntor. Swan
son Hide., tisr. Mnln. 27-1
U'ANTKI) TO TRAPK- Autiimohllo
In A-l rondltlon for mllK cows
ViiIup SlM Itnx 800. lloritld uffliv
MANTIM - Wtiimiii lo
ninrli. Phono IIIM2.
util.il Hooins, Utli.
near Main St,
MRMUKR OK THE ASSOCIATED) n my col. after forcing myself to KlMtNISIt KI) Oup room cabins. Col
Tba Associated Prc.it I cxeluilve-i .. , , , .. , , . ,,
I. cnlllltf to tlioo for publlca- ,ho '''"'""nation of mnkfTiR the
linn nf all nVw dhimtrhffi rri.,llt,l final dnsh Raturd.tr.
to II, or not othnrwlsc credited Jn With tho determination of innllng
tills paper, and also the local news
vi:nK'i;3i.v, jpvk mh, was ;
tho final dash Saturday, the follow
InR morning 1 arroso, both Mck' nnd
weak and tinahto to eat, but took ft
tiottlo of hot coffee that Would do
credit to an Arab or n Turk nnd with
a fair piece, of cheese I started. Went
over the ton of tho first drift and .
nt about .10 minute Intervals 1 took 'KOU
a swallow of coffee and a bite of
IIK.MSTITCUINO and Pleating nt
tnehment. Kits nny sewlnit inn
chine. Price $2. Kconomy Sates Tom
panv, Medford, Ore. 27-r.
I KOU SAI.i: -At Olendule. Ore., :ifi
1 acres. Kltleeii acres In cult , sub
' Irrigated by sprhiKs. Sprint; filter
, piped In house. CIkIiI 100m house,
jsonio furnltute. Reed muro, etc. Knm
'll orchard, str.twberrles. Ior.iii and
illlmalyns, peaches nnd almonds alo
some apples and pears .Mower rake
.i?0" I Portland Woman Toll.
With Tnnlnc, Snyinu Iti
BroiiHht Her Complete
Relief on Two Separate,
I luie Inl.en Tiinlae nil two (u-
A Rrenl sloiy of the Heerid Heivlre
"Alias Phil' IMinody"
ll'.s 11 IiiiIi'-imIsImr IIiiIIIit, iiimI )ou'II
tuijnv eery iiiniui'iil of II Of eiiursp
theie Is 11 rihiiI t'omedy mill ulsii llie
liiliwl news 1 eel of lllliely HilbJei'lM
Tliuimlii) nnd Krldny The plcluiu llml
KIM 11 M'lil oil 111 iillilw il -
"Over tin Hill"
110111 Will rmleluii's famous poem 11
stint Dial will live foieter mill iliiulilless
the fluent, lleaiie'il. iiiiihI linlexiiliiK pl'
tllle I lilt t lias ever urureil our si'lei'll Wi
tllRO Mill lo mi.,. Ibis ttOllllelflll pllllllIC
Addrexs W. II. Kills. lUlry.
thine furnished. Liberty
rhree ihlnklnr' this would keen niv Cor. 3rd. anil Main St. )
Atlt.llt .M. . I -I....-... .11. uf-l.a ...U.H t ......! ..a, . .
a 'iin.ii.vn.iM iiRiires prove up- Rin-iiRiii 1111 uikiu until 1 "i"u "
VJ yon,) dispute Mat business re- make the rim. but th the sun sank KOU llJiNTl'leaaant furnlhj..l
, . , . at O CIoCK I was ivunin li leni mime, d rimiiiB nu iiiiui, in .'iiii
but by business re- ... ,hn , nni, w..riij ief: tho tar'Add. Very cheap. Phone 3S3-W or
nanufacturltiR and nnd made hack for camp. Just how call 202S Heclamatlon Ap. 27-29
all fenced, lots of wood, plenty out
mIO,. rattRp, 1 'a mlleN to town, IiIrIi
school. Reed road, 2 miles from Pa-,
clflc hlRhway, '4 mllo friuu saw
milt. Price $2500. Will rI terms.
Selllui; owIiir to death In family.
Mr Hoy Mart. Talent. Ore 2329 '
lime." ilerlnreil Mrs r: C I'.nieilck.
list lloslon Am-. Porllmid. Ortiton
I suffered "Ith stotuiii'h trouble
four ears, wild miur sloniarli and
sick, nervous headaches Often I
Itelall trade has not jet tunny drifts I saWcd anil druR out nnvlhlnc In the line of 'house
Clrse analysis of thl- M day I don't recall to mind, hut LOST-lletween railroad track "nor2"V0"Vw.s. etc Call A V...
Altamont ranch, larRe. yellow, col- J;." ,,,;'"
1 female dop, while rlnic around lvr,""';"
youd dispute Mat business r
vlval Is marked-
vlval Is meant m
fn unVil tut
. "1 "'-. . ""' "'" "' . "-' ..-.inmir one block of froien
situation discloses-that the retailers;;; nw .fl-.olh-cr .0mo na laruoMlo
lint.. I.nn.l liAi..art tl.fft ttit. ..11. t . v iL.imI. k. ...m aj. '
MM..- i-rih. i ..-" ...... ....... ,.,, jm 3 merit's lliruuii UJ mui ur.-w
'il lo put Into the minds of the pen- thick br three and a half feet wide
Pin a feellnp of confidence that prlcos '"! with rope and car and rant-hook
t , , , .; .... I forced them over the bank
hav.i reached the tioiiom nnd that , ' rtrnt ,nr (,ar ,0 kocp from
better times are at hand It Is amax- joins over the bank I passed a hun
Ine how rnw reinll merchants In the dred foot ropo around a tree and
smaller towns reatitp the value of'tylnR either end to opposite spokes
- a'""' mlvertlslnn. They are , "? LT.t X)
m close to Ihn picture they fall to r tn0 itcy j would start tho engine - - "
. . . . ...it.h .... vine sa .-:i.ii iii.mi or sniMn. .ah
anil spin ne wn.'i uiuu ii- - - . V. ..-.. ii
would twist sufficient to pull thei 'n iooj shap.. heo Ueo. .Maxwell,
rear of tho car uD hill until t would ; Honania, Ore. .-3
fall from the Jack. This would Rive ,
mo about H Inches, each operation, iia.no run Kent
Then starting the car ahead I could,
advance annut tne same msianre.
This distance didn't seem to count
very much In .".2S0 but It all helped.
Sunday mornlnr I arose with dif
ficult at in o'clock and after a
1 Rreat deal of exertion wlthont break
Wk nro still biiyliiR ro;i warrants
'U. It. It (inrano. 10-1
' We clean stoves nnd rhlmnes, and
see Its p"rspertlt. They lock for
thu ImfneiHafe ii(51lar and In Rrasp
InR at the shadow they miss the
substance, ".Tim value of adverllslnc
Is romulatlre. Indee'd, that Is lis
Erea!et worth. Kastraan has act
ually advertised tnw word camera
nut of tho iflcilonary and advertised
the trademark Kodak' Into the die
r. . . .. . . r rt .
iteiurn ... -. "," "kithN,Ti-1j liKPAIUKI)- Pphol
"'" stored and reflnlshed uuttressis
m e.i c. , ,,,!.. ntit hnii... renovated All work Riiarauteeil. W
KOH SAl.K (iood Rrade, oak house. ... .. im,,,,,,, its v i-. jv o
hold furniture. Phone 230-J. 701 " o"-- ' "Q"o t.-J '
Jefferson St. 7,1 JkoH SAl.K-Old papers, suitable for
tnT t-.,m,io nir.i.1.. .).r twiit I uuderl)lnK llnulpuiii, rurpet, etc.
,9:ST,;,Jma.l.P. . .r.U.a 1.'i0,t.,;..",,.t wrappltiR and pncklntt. Ten cent, .1
larRo bundle. Herald office tf
KOl'ND A set of tlr chains. A I..
Tlie tlay'of rrifsleadlnr: advertlslns
has passed. The public has come
to advertising In the llRht of
news, and It Is news. The merchant
who advertises tells his story frank.
ly to the publlp, knowlnu he will
be checked up and courting lnesl.
Ration pf his statements and prices.
Tho advertisement of today Is nol
the subject of suspicion. It Is the
merchant who Is afraid to tell his
story over hK slgnatur that the
puunc reRaraa wiui uouoi, ana pru
The boom In retail" trade awaits
only a little thought en tho part of
tho merchant, plus' tho fundamental
knowledge that advertising Is an In
vojitment nnd not nn expense and a
duty owed to the nubile whose sup
port Is sought. The whnlo business
structure of the nation depends on
advertising. Increased business
means greater produrilon, lower first
cost, n larger turnover. Increasing
buying and consequently provides a
saving to tho buying public. The
public should support merchants
who advertise because thef are the
constructive forc lhat helps to keep
KOU SAI.K Tho best rooming house
In Medford. long lease, cheap rent,
price reasonable. Terms. 221 Wist
Main St. Medford, Oregon. 2C2S
I.O.ST 3M caret diamond, from ring,
on streets of Klamath Kails. He
turn to Pink Crowder, phone fl95-J ,
and gel reward. 2C-2S '
KOH HKNT Kurnlshed Apts. two
room huuse and one sleeping room.
13 N. 10th St. Phonr 312-W. 20 2.1
WANTKD WOHIC Cooking In camp. I
or ranch. AddreM or call I7VJ
Main St. 20-2S
KOH HKNT Nice little "4. room I
house, partly furnished; $1 J. 1T.21 '
Crescent. Apply next door. 22-2S
'T'lIK Ventura rhapttr of
Klux Klan of Caiuprnta has dis
solved and surrendered Its charter.
It has also sWan appeal' to all oth
er chapters In the t'nlted States to
do the Mime. Tho courts duly es
tablished by tho constitution of the
I'nlled States have served to mote
out Justlceo for over a hundred
years They have brved tolerably
well, at least as well as a mob of
masked men acting without law or
precedent. Thero may hao been
some occasion for Vigilantes In Cali
fornia In the days of M'J, but us soon
us. courts were properly established
they promptly disbanded The Ven
tura Klan may not be able to sal
vage Its knight shirts for enough to
pay lis fees for the privilege of wear-
fast I succeeded In reaching thn car
and again melnR snow sufficient to
fill the radiator This was always
my first Job or n morning, as l al
ways had to drain the radiator at
night. I finally mad thn top of the
rlupib and there before me lay less
than 40 feet of snow to bar my pas
sage, but my strength being nil nnl
rone It seemed doubtful if I could
make It. Draglng a board from six 1
tl t'11.111 ll Mi U Hlll' "W I.-M I
turning sick and trying to puree. I
would hao to lay down. After re-'
seallnr this operation many many
tlmrf. at 4 o'clock Sunday night 11 , ADES Sh rppa,rlni:
succeodeil In at last making the topi
bat did not have thn strencth to get
back, and contlnualy getting w'orse
I did not feel as though I cculd
makp out the night. Tho nearest
aid being I! uillc.s away 1 decided
to bet what strength 1 had left
against that distance to the govern
ment camp. So I left tho car. came
to camp and left a note, and came
nn down to Lost Creek cabin, and
left the second ono and started for
tho other eight miles ahead. It was
after flvo now but tho sun was still
high, Tho road was new and strange,
with numcrcus heavy snow drifts nnd
laree logs' baring my progress. Both
my legs and fet became numb anal
I could feel my strenctn going ami
It seemed an age before I would ever
reach another mile-board after pass
ing the six mllo marner for tne
lodge, tlut at last another board
came In night. This was the longest
mllo I thought 1 ever remembered of
hiking. To my surprise It read three
miles to the lodge. That meant only
one and three-tenths to tne camp
Room in private resi
dence wanted bv man.
Address Box XV. Her
ald Office, giving loca
tion and rate.
rii ho illuy I could hardlv stand up
I seldom ut us much nil day us one
of my children did nt 11 meal. I at
ways felt awfully tired out nnd inv
I nerves were so Upset I couldn't even
stand the noise of Die children pa-
"Hut I finally took Tatilac nnd II '
gave me hack my apM.ie, corrected
the sour stomach, stopped the tier
voiih headiirheH and dUy spells and
I also gained eleven pounds In
"Well. 1 just fe( fine afl.T thai
until I had III" 'flu' vvhlih left me
' run down and very wenk mid tier
vihih. So I Juki Rot Tanlac again -Now
I have regained nil my lost vw'Ulil
nnd fei'l Just fine. I simply can 1
praise Tanlac too hlKlily."
, Tanlac li sold by all good drug
gists AUCADi: THANSKI'.H Will move )ou
1 n time, anywhere. Heasonable
6i'.9-J , 7lf
Tin re In nothing too rooiI for our
miloimTi Ciirrln snvs so 2"
STAR THEATRE TODAY
in "The Girl With a Jazz Heart"
She wa lmii;h 'n n,H slaiigv Milt- "if. b ltd bulled bill
'underneath 11 all ulln wan human Here Is a plctuie and a
Rill evervotle Mill InVr
Return engagement ol "The Idle Dancer"
With lllchar ll.irMieuieH and beautiful I'llMlie l Villon'
have our favnrlte face pow
Currln'N for drui;s -'s
Klamath Falls LodKe 1106 L. O. O. M.
Will moot Wednesday (veiling, .June 2Mli. Im
portant biisine-.v to be transuded; all members
urged to attend H order of Dictator.
Lodge meetings sciond and fourth Wednes
days each month.
. . a .1 l,.. H ibl. .!!
fri.t isTis I wni down inr'i nni" m "
IB II 113 UUU Hkftlciv-U 111 i" .-'
n4CDf lX h.yutjc ciitlCCc 1
APTe rr ivpretiiGtmu v
UftlMG OUR AtVERTlSlW5'
C.I '- r "
of tho camp, but was too far gono
to tell at the time what my presence
ment. Hevlvlng me with hot ginger.
I partially related my story and was
helped to a cot .and placed to bed.
but with the satisfaction of knowlnr
that I had won out.
In conclusion 1 will state that
tbero has not been a penny's worth of
work done on the road on this side
nnd probably over $2,000 spent on
opening tho road from Annie Creek
and to data there hau not twen a ma
chine In yet, and I consider this sld"
much the preferablo route to the
Tbo many kindness evtended me
by tho men In charge of the camp
Including Mrs. Hrown, Drown, Spar
row and others will always remain
In my memory. Certainly In nil
Uncle Sam's vast domains of public
playgrounds you cannot find a finer
bunch of men. or any who ore more
ready nnd willing to help when need
ed, and 1 trust.that each and all who
may enter the park this season and
other seasons will try as hard to do
their part In making the park a pleas
nnt place as the men now employed
are doing. If this I" done Crater
lake will rank second to none In the
I thank you,
FRAK W. HUDSON.
Don't forget to take somn Skeeter
Dig with you on your next nntirig
Currln's for drugs. 28
Ilend mills make new record with
rhlpment of 82S cars of lumber
Big Barn Dance
- Saturday, July 1
E. A. Schreiner's Place
Two miles west, quarter mile north
of Mack s store on Merrill rood
TIm? Kan Francisco Savings mid
' Uian Society
62C California St.. Sail Krahrlscn
Mission branch, Mission anil 21st st.
Park-Presldln nisi, branch, Clem
ent and 7th uvo.
Ilalght St. branch, IlalRht and Del-
For the half year ending Juno SO.
1922, a dividend lum been declared
at, the rato of four and one-quarter
(4U) per cent per annum on nil
deposits, pavahlo on and after July
1, 1922. Dividends not called for
are added to thn deposit account
and earn dividend from July 1.
1922. Deposits in ado nn or before
July 10. 1922 will earn interest
from July 1. 1922.
GEO. TOUnNRV, Mnnacer.
Fitted and Ground
to you all within two in threo
hours In most rases. No long
Hepalr.s go out the fame
riionr, Ofr. tltaW. Kii. 11:1 1 -J
Thix l tlu Plr-i n( a S-ile
f I'Hld l I I-4I-II1I nt 1
Th Jury, after lltieiilng to the testimony of the punu-riitliiii.
and IIAVINO UHKl'.Siai li, be.u lh defi miaul, returned a v-r
ilici of 'guilty'." Kxtranrdlnarv in li'in, would it not lie? And
yet you. dear Mr and Mrs utl-t'alholr. In coiiulle4 Instances,
haw done this very thing. In truth, what uu you know again!
the cltitenshlp of Catholic ni'lRlibors, except fri.m hearsay and Mo
tile nources? Wlli'li did you give the other side a chance to !'
fend Itself Th" Catholicity professed by otir neighbors
been painted In shsdeless black; but so was Jrnti Christ.
d'tnued as a til.iihi'i!ur. an apostate, a traitor lie was silent
under accusation, just us your Catholic neighbors uiuall an1,
even In the 'present Instance. It U NOT I'atholh religion or dogma
a such, thai is here defended, but Catholic cltlteniihlp; lest It)
continued silence, hostility, haired, .iiiingotilsm between American
citizens be augmented. To avoid this, U patriotic duty no e,
than Justifiable self defense.
Some attack the citizenship of Catholic neighbors from fanat
ical bigotry; with lhete. appeals to falnuss and reason are gener
ally In vain. Others do so from mercenary mntivit. there Is money
In It. With HUCh, efforts are till llll.re useless; theru Is no con
science there lo which one can appeal. Hut many others are d
eelved by fraud nnd fnlrehnod. Just as were the crowds Out lam
med for Christ's crucifixion With these we would reason.
-.1 I'I.iia roit Tei.iHt.wn: ami rvnv
Cathollis utnl Plolestanls together settled America, ulitih
Catholic Columbus had illsrovrreil. and whiOi cuuntlesK CatbolP
missionaries explored and baptiteil In their blood. Togi'lher Hi')
felled the forests, drained Die swamps and plowed III" land. To
Kether they fought the bat lies of the (evolution, finally suniehod
from failure by Catholic France. I'olanil, Irelanil, who si'iu thou
sands of men and millions of money lo aid llie struggling 10I0
nles. Side by side, they stood when llfo and liberty were ul stake.
Why should they NOW suffer ileslKiiIng nun lo betray them Into
hatred for each other? Why?
When America was convulsed with (itvil War, Catholics mid
Protestants stood shoulder to shoulder. Together Ihey marched,
fought, endured, died, and now their dust lien niliiRled upon every
battlefield. 'Who will deny to Catholic general.; like Sheridan.
Mulligan, iluell, Shields and Hoserraus lint same undyliiK glor
merited by Non-Calhoilc .romrailex? Hluitl the sucreil ties welded
in war be destroyed In pence, thr ugh tne Intolerance and cupidity
of a few?
The American constitution, the constitution of Oregon and each
other state, all guarantee liberty of worship, belief, even of re
ligious opinion. Already grossly violated by llie mullguers of
Catholic cllUenhlp, tliece foeH of national peaclt and concord,
would entirely destroy these varri'd rights If possible.
I'ntll now, Catholics nnd Non-Catliollcs In Oregon have lived
Iti Christian harmony and friendship. Hut today enemies are cri
ming hatred, prejudice, dissension. Do not allow them to sucieed
Do out be one of the jury, which after listening lo the testimony
of tho prosecution, and IIAVINO ItllFU.HKI) to IIHAH Till: IIK
KHNDANT, returned a verdict if gulliy."
Persons wishing to leply ii, or comment upon above, or pro
cure further Information on Catholic leaching und Its relation to
Catholic iltleushlp am i-nidlally invited to address
UKV. I lldll MAHSIIAI.I..
Southern Oregon Celebration
Unique and Original Parade of
MONDAY, JULY 3,
In Connection with This Parade
PRIZES GIVEN AWAY
TUESDAY, JULY 4th, 10:30 A. M.
Wrestling Match for World! Championship
MILLER vs. HAND
The Most Gorgeous Fireworks Display Ever Shown
in Lithin Park
Prizes Offered for Pftrnde on July 4th, 10:30 A. M.
He.st Float in Parade, outside of
He.st and Largest Representation
from any town outside of Ash
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Wilbur's Thoughts Got Busy as a Bee
GEE , I'VE BEEN, CALLED
TO APPeAR FOR JURV
DUTV-I'LL HAVE TO
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I RECEIVED A NOTICE TO
APPEAR FOR JURV
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