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MONDAY, IPItll. 20. IUII
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
P. H. McENfRY OIES »ICORNHUIS HUHUA MUSI SAtUIf U. S. HAG
I tue* at -Mur» I »land, and sail Imme- thi* purchase before entry, or Initiate
dintel» to San Fr*ucluo for order*
a contest ai uny time before patent
Issues, by llllng a corroborated affi
WASHINGTON. D. I',. April ¡8.
davit lu this office, allvglua facts
At I o'clock Ni-cretary Bryan un- which would defeat the entry.
noumitd that he had cancelled hl*
JAMES II Bl’llQKRR.
u-M-ivallon ou the truina whereon he
ulnnned lo go to Miami» tonight. I|e
said that lie would not l«-uve the city,
At noon hr »ent out for hl« lunch, lu
th* Justlcu Court, Liukvllls Dis
and did uot leave hl* office.
trict, Klamath county, Oregon
The war department admit* that J It
I the plans of the war college contain-
plate , the wide utilisation of aero- I A. J. White, Defendant.
pinne* In case of hostilities with |To A. J. White, the above uniued
Aceordtng to a telegram received
Ithl* mornlug by Circuit Judg«> Henry UHMIN |H Ili.lDN TO TIKE IRE
I.. Benson, Patrick H. McKuery, for
M LI I t II UKFORi: «ON-
merly connected with Klamath Falla
W. O. SMITH
newspaper», died of heart failure Fri
Death occurted at Cornelius, Ali llo|H- for a Pi-raiMtde SeHleiurut
»as served. There were present Mrs. day.
Entered at th* postoffice at Klamath
E. R. Reames, Mr*. Louia Gerber. »here McEnery was publishing the
Falla, Ore., aa second claaa matter.
Haa llec ii Pnacticall) Aiiaudoued by
Mrs. Ix-slle Rogers, Mrs. L. F. Wil Cornelllu* Tribnn««.
the AdmiiiGlraUoii— I urther .\aval
Published by the Herald Publishing
letts, Mrs. Orb Campbell, Madame
In the death of McKnnery, the Pa
thnlers Sen»! Sliipa and Marin«*
Company, of Klamath Falls, on
Garroutte and Mrs. Chapin, in addi cific Coast loses one of the most gift
South l-iotu Otlier \aval Soppi)
Monday and Thursday of each week
ction to the members ot the club, who ed men who ever wrote for th«' news
The following committee has been [are Mrs. J. C. Brockenbrough, Mrs. F papers. To say that McEnery was a
Two doHara per year in advance
named to have charge of the next ban B. English. Mrs. Mary A. Jackson, brilliant writer I* statlug it but mild
U IMilNGTtiN. 1». <’., April IH.—
quet of Prosperity Rebekah Lodge, t«> Mrs. E. B. Hall. Mrs. Thomas Hatnp- ly, an«i he was fighting a lone tight to t iile»» Huerta tire» lli«> salute by tl
In the name of the Rtate ot Or
CHILDREN'S PART IN CIVIC
tou, Mrs. Charles Meldrum. Mrs. Fred J "come back” stronger thau ever when
WASHINGTON.'ll. C„ Apill 18
!vgon; You are hereby required lo ap-
be held Thursday evening. May 7th:
o'rltM k tomorrow night, Anicrlca'«
|H, Mills. Mrs. Fred Schallock and Mrs) "thirty” was announced tor hl*
■ n offi.'a' circles h.'.'e It i* expected * • -»r "ti*l answer the complaint filed
Mra. Charm Johnsou (chairman), W. [Earl Whitlock.
earthly labors and he was called to an arnnal fore»« will comprl liiui to d«i an. that a* soon ns the bl-ickn»le I* do ■ agalust you In the above entitled ac-
Till» aiiuouii« eineut Kun iiutile at ■ lin’d 'hat Huerta will d«.'la>e war
HERE may be those who will
everlasting assignment In the realm
tinn on or before the 7th day of May.
North. Mrs. Anna Leach. Miss Eliza
.Miss Maude Baldwin has returned beyond.
¡1914, that being the last day of the
the U bile House llii* afternoon, «ml >>Riilu*t the United Rtate*.
scout or ridicule the idea that
Stilts, -Miss Lilian Stilts. Mrs. Nellie
from a visit with friends near Port-
Th«' attitude of th«« Com titutloniil- * publication of thia summon*, and If
A native of Ireland. McEnery was U iisoii aibleil that If Huerta liaau'l
the children should have a part in Summers. 8. T. Summers, Miss Mar
reared on the Emerald Isle, and was <l<-« i<l,-<l i>) that lime, U ilson will take '»l 1» not known, hut high official* 'you fail so to nppeir und answer, for
civic affairs. But if we ever reach the
predict that it will bo hostile. Inas i want thereof the plaintiff will take
graduated from Trlulty college at
the matter peraonally to cougrr*».
time when the whole people will com Fred Bremer, Mrs. Eurania Sholl.
much ns that I* the national fooling judgmeut ugaliiNt you for th« sum of
The Splash” Club made its reg- Dublin, one of the world’s leading ed
A» U il»«*it ha» gone on ret ortl a*
prehend the value and benefits of civic
They point out ihat If Carranxa per- 430.00 und costs aud dlsbiirseiuetfl*
ular "Kick to the water" stunt Friday ucational institutions, with highest
Haying lie will a»k emigre«» to author«
improvement; when civic righteous man. O. H. Brenneman, Mrs. Francis
mitted the United t>tat<>* to overcome pn this action, mid that auy |>ro|ierly
night, the feature of the sessiou being honors. For a while he was employed
I*«« tliy iih >- of Hie arin) mid iiu >)
ness shall be the rule, and not the Boyd. Theodore Froelic. The chair
lluoita without Interfering that the attached In llils action be applied to
the teaching of the new German on newspa|»ers In Wexford county, but
.«gaiii»l Huerta, Ui<< «tateilleni toda)
exception, and when the spirit of civic man of the committee has called a
constitutionalist cause would bo Im lie puyiu. nl of such Judgment and
strokes by Albert Loewe This organ his genius was such that he was
mcau» al l«'a»t an armed blockade
pride has been fully aroused and de meeting for next Thursday afternoon
mediately deserted by the largo in*- [that execution herein.
ization meets Friday night at the sought out by the London Graphic,
ng.ihi»t tli«> Mexican porta, nliidi, it
veloped- in short, when we have at at 3:30, at I. O. O. F. Hall.
jnrlty of the |>eopl*
Thl* summon* Is served by publica
bath house, an«l the members have all and given Important nsslgnm«-nts for
tained to the ideal civic conditions,
tion In the Seml-W«ekly Herald, a
mad«> rapid progress In learning the that world-famous Journal
larallon of war.
we must begin with the education
On last Friday afternoon. Martha art of swimming.
Mr». M hit«- Return».
seml-Weekly newspaper published In
After several years of work on th«-
The following statement was Issued
and training of the children along Rarnsby was hostess to a number of
.Mr* F. M. White nnd sou returned Knlnmth Falla, Oregon, for alx sue-
English pajter, McEnery, like many
by the White House:
lines that will tend to the making of young friends, and an enjoyable time
Thursday n|glit after an a bus neo of |ce*»lv«. weeks, the first publication
At the home of Mrs. Louis Gerber another young Irishman, crossed the
"Huerta 4* still insisting upon do
was si>ent with games an«l other Saturday
several month*, spent III Portland nnd being on the 2<ith day ot March, 1914,
Auction Atlantic. After working In New York
ing something less than ha* been de on Coo* liny, Iler many friends will pursuant to the order of the Hon. E
Realising that right citizenship and amusements, while late in the after
Brldg«* Club »as entertained by Mrs and Chicago, he came to the Pacific
manded, anil something leaa than
city planning and upbuilding are the noon refreshments were served. Those
be pleased to learn that Mr*. Whlte'a U . Gowen, Justice of the |«eac« of
Georg«' H. Merryman. The guests are Coast several years ago. making San
what is considered would constitute health was greatly ben«*fltt«*d by the •nhl court
greatest problems confronting the attending were Rita Low, Isa Wilson.
Mr* Silas Obenchaln, Mrs. Robert Francisco his home.
American people today, Chicago has Grace Hoagland. May Roberts. Nellie
an acknowledgement that hla repre- operation she underwent
Dated March 2 5, 1914
Savidge. Mrs. E. B. Hall, Mrs Robert
It was In the days ot the Ruef regi
»entatlves were entirely In the wrong
recently adopted for use in the pub lx»wls, Myrtle Rarnsby, Ted Montgom
E. W. GOWEN.
A. Johnson. Mrs. Jack McLean. Mrs. me that McEnery waa connected with
in the indignities they have put upon
lic schools a text book on city plan ery. Pat Montgomery. Cecil Low.
Motorcycle Kun Tomorrow
Juitlce of ths Pears
L. F Willets. Mrs. G. W. White. Mrs. the Examiner, the Call and Bulletin,
th«> government of the United Rtate*
ning. The idea of instituting a course Marion Masten and James Clark
<’ C Brower. Attorney for Plaintiff
FORT WAYNE. Ind . April 11
Louis Gerber. Mrs. Geo. H. Merry and he soon became known all over
"The president is determined, if More than two »core motorcyclist* are ;3-3<-5-7 sw
in the public schools in municipal
man. Mrs. F.
the bay district a* one of the most
General Huerta ha* not yielded by « here today to take part in ths annual
patriotism and civic betterment may
Mrs. Leslie Rogers and Mrs. Thos.
powerful political writer* who was
o'clock on Sunday afternoon, he will endurance run of th« Fort Wayne
teem novel at first, but once the ben
Mrs. F. H.
Hampton were the winners of prizes
ever given an assignment. Ills signa
Nothe of tw-ttleiiirtit
take iht* matter to congress on Mon Motorcycle Club, which will start
efits are seen it will be taken up by
for card honors at Friday's meeting Bridge Club Saturday, her guests ture was used frequently to feature
(Equity No. 414)
other cities, Give the children a
ot the Friday Pelican Club, enter
It was stated that nothing further
In the Circuit’Court of the Rtate of
course in city planning and city build
tained by Mrs. E. B. Hall. In addi ence H. Vnderwood. Mrs. Don J. Zum
From San Fraucisco McEnery waa
would now- I m - given out for publica
ing. and with this course some prac
Oregon, for Klamath County,
tion. the guests indulged in the new walt. Mrs. E. R. Reames. Mr*. Wesley called to San Jose by Congressman
Notice for l*ublicati«>n
tion. and that the administration I*
tical work, and in a few years man.v
dancing steps, and a dainty luncheon O Smith and Mrs Thos. Hampton.
Haya to work on the Mercury, and In
( Not Coal I .and« i
now awaiting Huerta's reply.
of our vexed municipal problems will
In the Matter of the A**lgum«nt of
a comparatively short time he worked
O'Shaughnessy expected to deliver Ih-partiiK-nt of the Interior. Cnited
W. H. Wynant.
shrubs, and make your home a place up to the position of city editor. It the ultimatum to General Huerta thl*
Rtate* Land Office, al Lakevl*»
To properly estimate the value of
Creditors of W. ||. Wynant
was along in this time that McEnery,
Oregon. April 15. 1914
lu view of the facts. It
certain things, special training is
lo all part I m concerned In
through association with the state's
Notice I« hereby given that Pliny
»a* stated, no action can be taken un
necessary, and unless one has had
ilio above entitled matter.
political leaders, became adicted to a
til congress meet* Monday.
that training a full appreciation of
You and each of you are hereby
germ breeder. Mosquitoes breed In habit that rendered him Incaimble for
President Wilson tonight will go to Is Dairy. Oregon, did. on the 19th notified that the undersigned, th*
their worth will be lost. Civic bet mosquito thrives in stagnant water.
White Sulphur Spring* When be re
terment cannot be fully realised until
gMlgnee for the benefit of creditor*
fltting him. Hayes on one occasion
turn* to Wa*hington ho will bring sworn statrment and application No
we begin to educate the children in Falls Friday and Saturday will do a by a leaking sewer.
of the above W. II. Wynant. has filed
with him Mr*. Wilson, who is con-
civic affairs—in civic duty, civic re
hla fl uni accounting In the above en-
menace, and all are urged to do their your neighbor will do likewise. Help paying Mrs. McEnery his salary while vale*clng from a recent illness
He Section 36. Township 38 south. titled matter with the clerk of the
sponsibility and civic pride.
There are some examples where , part in seeing that the town is thor- to make Klamath Falls the cleanest
will reach the resort early Sunday
city in Oregon, and you will make It penses of the treatment. The benefit morning, and start bark for Washing and the Umber thereon, under the • hove named court *nd that by tha
this truth has been recognized in oughly freed from trash, etc.
order of Hon II. L. Ilcnaon. the hear-
provision* of th«- act of Jun« 3. 1878.
The city has agreed to furnish fly Iess.
ton Sunday evening.
plans for civic betterment, and the
ng of objection* to «aid final ac-
McEnery afterward* severed bis con
Arrangement* have been made to and aci* amendatory, known ns the
results show marked and permanent teams to haul away free of charge all
•’Hint I* set -for 10 o’clock a. m on
nections with the Mercury and sought
benefits. Though children naturally
«he 34th day of April. 1914, at which
lug his absence by ««pedal wire ser value a* might he fixed by appraise-
love beadtv and wholesome surround venient places for collection today and to the health department.
line you may make objm tiona. If any
■ men!. sn<l that, pursuant to auch ap-
ings, they need to be educated and tomorrow. In order to facilitate this
have, to the discharge of *al<J
trained along right lines to bring work, those having rubbish to be cart MAN Fl It EH SHOT
■sslgnee. At laid time the under-
McEnery came to Klamath Falls. He
AT N. Y. .MAYOR: •
WASHINGTON. 1». C„ April 18.- on have b««en appraised at u total of
out their natural tendencies.
The ed off are asked to place it in sack«,
«fgmd will make application to *ald
INoTIIEIt M HIT was connected with the Chronicle as With copies of the latest O'Shaugh 1240,. the timber estimated at 200,-
Chicago idea of a course of study in boxes and barrels, so it can be hand-
ourt for a full and final discharge
nessy messages, Bryan and Tumulty ■ *>00 board feet at II |>er thousand, from »aid trust.
the schools coupled with some prac led with no loss of time.
Clean tip, pick up, rake up your
thl* afternoon rushed to the suburban
tical work in civics, will cultivate
NEW YORK, April 17.—An old
Dated March list. 1914.
"Observations” column being the big
links where Wilson was golfing Wil cant will offer Anal proof In support
patriotism and fit the coming gener yards, front and back, Dig out the man tired a shot at Mayor JoJhn Pur-
W. I. MOORE. Assignee
son stopped almost In the middle of a
ation to grapple with the problems of weeds, old cans and other eyesores. roy Mitchell today as he was leaving
.113 4-10 •
ament on the 22d day of Jun«. 1914.'
Examine every part of your house the city hall. The bullet missed the wards he was connected with the stroke nnd rushed back to hla office
city planning and city building.
Chronicle under Murray until the pa-
before J O. Hamaker. 1' S commis St i to of Oregon.
In the growth of the clean-up move from cellar to garret and your entire mayor, however, and struck Corpora
per was merged with the Expres* into
TORREON. April 18 —The follow-1 sioner. at Bonanza. Oregon
ment the greatest success has attained premises for old rubbish, and see that tion Counsel Polk In the chin, making
'County of Klamath.
Any person Is at liberty to protest I I., D. Wgrd,
Ing statement was made by General
in those cities where the children are it is taken away.
a slight wound.
Assist by interesting your neigh-
Villa of the rebel forces today:
a factor in the work. In many of the
Mayor Mitchell himself caught the
to lower levels by the effects of hl*
leading cities organizations and bors. A good example will go a long assailant, and took alm «o the city
is a question whether the Amer-
''»known Owner of Betray
habit, McEnery requested that he be
Fan bombardment of Tampico to com
leagues of boys and school children way.
hall police station, and cooly turned
VI*.: One sorrel gelding. about I
to one of the state Institutions,
If your old garbage can is out of him over to the officers in charge of
are taking the lead In all work for
pel Huerta to apologize can be con
Dear* old, Iffanded J In circle on right
the beautifying and sanitation of their commission, get a new metal one with the station and reported to the desk
strued a* an act against the Mexican
shoulder nn«l running W on left
This request waa
a close fitting top. and enforce the sergeant.
nation. If ao construed, the war be
I shoulder. That said L. D. Ward did
In New York city the juvenile gabrage ordinance. Rats and flies re
ing between two civilized nation*, the
The old man was dressed in rags,
on or elose to the |*t <t«y Of May.
Steiner, an old personal friend, Mc
leagues—-children's clubs—have great main only where they And food.
Americans In Mexico will be accorded
and was verw weak and emaciated,
1913. taka up and nt all time* since
Keep all ashes, cans and similar h|8 mind apparently being unbal-
ly helped betterment work. Started
the name protection aa that given to
"’n kept In hl» possession the above
old self again.
first as an experiment to work out, by rubbisb in covered receptacles, sep aneed. He was about 50 year* old.
Mexlcana In America. Of course I re
described «stray; nnd that he ha*
actual test, a practical scheme for arate from your garbage.
fer to non-combatant*.”
When questioned at the police sta
'I*ed all reasonable effort to ascertain
Raise Fat itn«l Health, Calve*
Keep your stables and places where tion he said: "Everything is all right McEnery commcncsd was one that
civic education, to train boys toward
Villa does not believe the Incident
And the owner of the same, and
was waged against terrible odds, not
good citizenship by getting them to other domestic animals and fowls are but I won't tell my name. In his rag
will result In war.
all legal step* required by the
It i* n<> experiment—it
the least of which was desertion by
DO things, they have grown until they kept, clean, and daily place all ma ged clothes the name of “David Rose”
law* of the Stale of Oregon In refer-
ot requests for
have proved that it Is possible to in nure and other refuse In covered, fly- was printed. He afterwards said his
WASHINGTON. D. C., April 18,—
eneo to eel rays;
These requests were often
Ninety-five per name was David Saloshein.
terest the boys, even in congested tight receptacles.
The armored cruiser South Dakota to
Now. therefore, to *ald unknown
made to men, now high in newspaper
districts, tn civic affairs and inspire cent of flies breed in manure piles.
day proceeded to San Diego from
and to any nnd all person*
¡poistions, who a few years ago were
Tear down old sheds and fences
young Americans with civic pride,
Island of Trinidad has a population
who may be Interested therein, you
that have served their time, and treat of 340,000. Of Its land 445,000 acres
love of home and patriotism.
Navy officials wired the commander
are her« by notlfled that at the ranch
Practical education in civics will what remains to a coat of whitewash. are culthated and 597,000 unculti him they did not believe they could of the South Dakota to pick up the
known as rhe Mason ranch, about 1 H
Sow grass seed, plant flowers and vated.
121 Hili Hirret, Klamath Fall* 1 miles southeast of Miller Hill school
give the young people a broader view
marines at Bremerton and Mare la-
of life, and teach them that that
land navy yards.
house. In said county and state, on th*
Such adversities as Shese are enough
which helps the community as a
The trans|>ort Jupiter has been or-
till day of May, 1914, at the hour of
to set back any strong person, but,
whole is good for every individual
dered to ship all the remaining ma-
10 o'clock a. in. of said day.* when the
thereof. The boy* and girls of Klam
«aid estray will bo exposed nnd offered
fight, and in the end won out. The
ath Falls should be organized into a
for sale a* by law directed; and the
Portland papers recognized the genius
Junior municipal league and educated
proceed* of said sale will bo applied
in the contributions he made, and his
along these lines, and ere many years
for the pnyment of all damages, cost*
White Maddox Hide.
article* were in demand, and he also
ideal civic conditions will obtain here.
and expenses legally Incurred; and
"made good” on Coos Bay newspaper
In our city planning and city building
the excess, If any, will be retained by
I hereby announce myself a candl-
work. A few weeks ago he leased
iet us not forget that the building of
E. It. Gowen, justice of the peace, or
the Cornelius Tribune, and was rapid
tile future citizen is of paramount im
his successor In office, for the porlod
sheriff of Klamath county, subject to
of six month*. And If said sum of
tie will of the voters at the party
ffioney *o held shall not be called for
By reason of hi* acquaintance with
St RPItlHED THE
In said time, the same will bo depos
"Sandy" Benson, a veteran Ran Jose
OLD BOY HOME
ited as by statute tn such case* made
newspaper man. McEnery became a
ALWAYS Btu'NS a SMALL LUMP LIKE and provided.
devoted friend of Judge Benson, and
THIS and ALWAYS POISON 5 COP GLANDS
Members of Klamath Lodge No.
Dated April 13, 1914.
his fidelity to the local jurist has been ilidate for the republican nomination IN THE A-MPIT AND KILLS QUICKLY
137, I. O. O. F . enjoyed one of the
<•>’ •-< •
L. D WARD.
almost pathetic. Appreciating many
pleasing incidents that go to make
favor* and considerations shown him voter* ut the primary election on
the lorge a family and tends to
by the Judge, McEnery never lost an May 15th.
srtengthen the tie-' of brotherhood.
Estate of Catherine Callahan, De
O. L. CARTER
opportunity to exalt Benson, and he
This was the presentation of a com
IF I FAIL TO CURE any CANCER or TUMOR
ha* written brilliant article* for thir
bination Past Grand and Past Chief
undersigned, having been ap
I r.EAT BEFORE it PU mik Bona or Deep Blind«
ty or more Oregon publications, set
Patriarch medal to Brother Frank
pointed executor of the last will and
KNIFE or PAIN
ting forth Benson's qualifications for
I hereby announce myself u candi
In the presentation
testament of Catherine Callahan, de
Hu Faj Until Curid
th* office of supreme justice in the date for the Republican nomination No
speech W. O. Smith brought out the
ceased, late of the county of Klnmnth,
X Ray of olbtr
most glowing and beautiful language for Sheriff for the second term of swindle. An iffland
long and faithful service of Brother
state of Oregon, hereby gives notice
nUnt in.'ikrath« cure
office, subject to the will of the voter* huOIGTE UtHRANUE
Armstrong to Klamath Lodge; spoke
that all persons having claims against
Home From San Francisco.
at the primary election May 16, 1914 Any TVMMI, lH:ZF m
of his strenuous labors during the
said estate are notified and requested
Horn au LI ih lip,-
Attorney William H. Shaw return
CHAS. C. LOW,
cloudy day* when the lodge was get
nr ixxly Ion* 14 < anor
to call nt the office of W. II. A. Ren
It Waver Fatnt uni il I m I
ed Friday from a business trip to
ting on It* feet, and of the times when
OF KLAMATH FALLH, OREGON
ner, In the Murdock block, Klamath
■taut 120-FAGt BOOK
tnl frtvi; t< MimouMh of
San Francisco and other California
a few of the faithful kept the lodge
Falls, Oregon, for the purpose of hav
Uiotjra’rl» cured «t homa
For County Treasurer
from sinking to a state of Innocuous
WBiTR TO MONK
ing the same adjusted
I hereby announce myself a candi
Indebted to »aid estate are requested
V. 8. DEPOSITARY
I The output of musical Instrument* date for the Republican nomination 1» CANCER. Ws rsfus» tho*i«»nds Dvina. to make Immediate payment to the
Brother Armstrong waa taken com
In thia country la constantly Increas for County Treasurer of Klamath Cent |oo 1st». Ws have eursd I ii . iiimi >n 2u yrs. undersigned.
pletely surprised, and hi* replay was OUR POLICIES—
To distribute the bank* assets In each a way aa to maintain under ->u«,
«„«? number of factories Is on County, subject to the will of the vot Address DR. & MRS. DR. CHAMLEY & CO.
hardly up to hi* usual form, but all
Dated April 18, 1014.
uny conditiona and at all times aa ample reserve to meet the demands She decrease,
er* at the primary election, May 15,
recognised that he was doing the best.
438 VALENCIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
RICHARD CALLAHAN, Exec-, tor.
GEO. A HAYDON.
I KINDLY MAII this to tone one with CANCER 1 fl-23-30-7 *
he could under the circumstances.
, of Its de|K*eltore and lake care of Its borrowing customers.
A Continuation of the
WHAT IS THE BEST
THING FOR CALVES?
Blatchford’s Cali Meal
3-S Milling Company
iN WOMAN'S BREAST
I WILL GIVE $1000
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital Stock, 100,000 Surplus, $11,000
ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST