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THE EVENING HERALD; KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON
'S?5r - was
ImBT Tv9Pi j '' own
--i-----)ijySBr ff Promise,
"If flhe'd go on through Hehool suul finish hih
why you'd buy her a piano." Ygs'ir. those are the
very words. ' u
Now make good, Mr. Father. Graduation time i3
here. A complete new line of pianos better priced
than at any time wince pre-war days.
All the lending makCH in uprights. Drop in and
look them over some day this week.
Then, when daughter cornea home from the com
'mencement exercises, we'll have it placed in the
home for HICK surprise.
Wo have a large shipment of late sheet music which
she will enjoy and we also carry the Edison Dia
mond Disc wliich any girl would adore with some of
our late dance records just received. We also have a
complete line of Victor and Columbia phonographs
and u big shipment of late records just in.
Klamath Falls Music House
GEORGE A. W1RTZ, Prop.
122 South South 6th Street
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Did you shave
with a dull razor this morning?
I ui vfn y cf apartment would
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mass I AsT Rll I
Ur MIL.LAUC 01L.L..
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have mnilo moro liberal allowance
for higher education.
Q. Who oversoea thn cxpendl;
turns at the 'statu Institutions?
A. Tho university and tho college
each havo a professional controller,
who spends no money except by
voucher. All vouchors aro audited at
tho offlco of tho secretary of stuto.
Tho books aro rogulitrly Inspected i
and aro open to tho public.
Q, What will thu exact cost ho to
the taxpayer If this bill la pussed?
A. Tho cost will ho 11.26 to each
thousand ilollnrH of assessed valua
tion, AhkohsciI viiIuph aro commonly
u limit ono-thlrd of tho asked price,
no that tho tines would amount to
42 rents on thu ncliiiil value,
Q. Tn what extent Ih tho Rtitto
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
U. S. Government Meats
ON SALE AT
524 MAIN ST. PHONE 68
For Your Chickens
Rior makes giiotj
becAuse the patented
insures a perfectly
cool nnd comfortable
have every time.
It is the only Smhty
Razor that sharpens
itself, shaves and is
denned without re
moving the blade.
From every dozr.i
bo t-(J to demonstrate to you.
suppoiung tins measure? 1
A: llllllllr...l .if nrifiinlTnllnn. In.
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eluding a number In Klumath county.
-- ..... .... ... noitianiiviii'i ss
mive vnuorseii it. olunteer workers
have gone out everywhere.
for the measure appears to
Q. Is thero any formal
A. Ono orgnnlratlcn In
county adopted resolutions
It, and nnothcr organlcatlon
to adopt resolutions for It.
300 orgunliutlons have taken tho
other side, j
Q. What will happen If tho bill
does not pass7
A. Tho two hlggor schools will
hnvo to turn uwny probably about
2,000 students, and cense, buying tho
oiiulpment uiiil apparatus that keeps
higher educational Institutions up to
A Classified Ad will soil It
And no the curtuln descends on
Mr. (llllum or whatever till rciil
miinn may be, The Iah Angelic
llliiolmurd Iihh Itwn sentenced to life
Imprisonment, und liy thin time I In
Han Uuontln. Anil ho ends the en r cor
of it person, who kiiw lit to violate thu
laws off Clod nnd mun, Those who
decide to Ink': chances wjth these
Iiiwh Inovltahly land n i In n Jack-pot
similar to this one, if not worse.
lint there In one fourhlng thing, In
connection with thn en no of thin mun.
Mm. Ellzitboth YY'lllliimson, ono of
his 29 or 30 wive went to th rpUn
ty hoDplliil to m hlni ntnl guvo him
it farewell kirn, n (ubo of tooth paste,
a tooth brush nnd a ilollur twenty
Wlmt mo hn will have for thn ilollnr
twmity we tl v not know Hut thnt'ii
ns'do from thn iii'itlo:i nnywny
TIiu htniillful nml touching thing
nhout tills woman In that she
thought ciioiirIi of lilm. thlriK that
Im In, to K'i nnd Mil hi in farewell and
10 klRH llllll.
Wn hnto for somii time recognized
tlml n vonmn'H lovo In one of the'
groutent thing In tho world, hut '
here In nn riamplo which uxteeiU hy jjEW YOIIIC, Mny 18 Luxury
fnr nny we linvo hoard (It for Mimu,mrlnR ,,, iVuw Vork , now KoinK on
time. Whether ho ho worthy or notal I0 rat0 of ti.-no.OOO.OOO a year
iIoor not enter Into thn question. judK,.,t i,y the amount of luxury taxes
The fart remains that this woman, -llKKr,.Ka,n(. no.800.0OO a month
who.., life hid been linked with thU1Hn,ch aro Mng r0Icctcd by WIN
f.llow mm thoiiKht enough of him to , K),wnr,U( Unlte(, 8tutcif co.
xa mm goon uye.
And now we read that Illuchcard
Is considering an offer of SI, 000 to
write what bo calls his ''Memoirs."
Ilnttor leave them unwritten Illne
htiird. Tho less wo hear of that sort
of stuff tho better.
Incidentally thcro cannot be a
great deal of remorse when this fel
low Is bargnlnlng with a newspaper
syndicate to rewrite all his esca
pades over again. Personally we
would rather hush a thing of that
sort up, If wo happened to bo tho
V see by the papers that Holsho-'the
P'cndlng among the Jip
"hat's romo combination
! Not, long ngo The Lone Ftnr was
Inboard the I'. 8. Army Transport
Shtrltlsn returning from tho I'li'llr-i
pin iiianas via Nagasaki. At ;vag
amkl the transport took on coal, as
transports bate a habit of doing, rnd
, Ixjnc .Star took upon himself to me
ander down to the ship's brig to
how the land lay In thit di.-iulon.
, The prisoners were about , i !!')
working and shovelling coat while
Lone Star was Invcstlgatln thn hrjg.
Among the prisoners were ? or 7'
gentlemen whom tho tropical Itrit
rnu ni;erieu, nnu uo were un-111 on 1
the ship's roiter as "nuts." Tj l.o"i'
Star's cnnternat!on t sentry rune
rminil li.nr.ul fliA lirli. rlnnr ytmtl
and went his way In Pence ea.mB J
1.1m locked up In the brig with that
bunrh of "nuts."
Immediately Lone Stnr undo .1 bee
I'nefiirthedoornnd tried by repeat -
oil hnmmorlngs to nttract the i-cu-l
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Hi.,.11 rrii . k. n . a. ......! tu.. i
ii.uii. inu iiiuiilt uu uiiiiui.'ii iiiu
,,,nft.r ,ne ,..... ,,.,,, t0 iICC0,n
xiiitrv Bmiin,i tn iinrnma
sutliUnly tho door opened and Lorf
Star received n beautiful push In the
fnco which ent him stnggerlng
iiKnliut n stnnchlon, and tho door
cloned onco moro, Just (n time how
ever for Lone Stnr to hear n few of
tho sentry's remarks float thru tho
atmosphere. Ono of the remarks
was to thu effect that He had sure
got It bad.
Of course wo know It wns only a
case of tlnio till wo weru liberated
und It did not wofry us sery much.
Hut when tho rest of tho prisoners
wcru t"rticil fit at noon nnd our ef
forts to talk seuso to mo sentry were
of no uvnll, things begun to take on
n moro serious nature.
The moro wo argued with those
bonirles that wo wcro In thero by
mlHtnko, tho ctnzlur they thought wo
wore. Well to mnku it long story
I snort wu stnycti incro nil me Jitp
customs olllcers ramo aboard to
check up on tho prisoners, nnd then
thoy wcro ono long. Finally tho ojo
of tho first ottlcor lit upon Lono Star
and everything was satisfactorily ex
plained. Ilut wo believe tho next tlmo your
humble servant Investigates an
army transport brig he's going to
tako someone with him who can get
him out Just as easy as ho got in.
Here Is a little conversation that
CHICK FEED, GROWING MASH, .
BONE FATTENING MASH, ALFALFA MEAL,
WHOLE AND CRACKED CORN
W f r
For District Attorney
lector of Internal revenue for Man
hattan. In February, according to
thn collector, tbo government re
ceived from his offlda $2,000,000
more, In luxury taxes than was paid
In any previous month In tbe history
of tho department. Tho month of
April probably will exceed thorn all.
The receipts, he says, haws been
mounting higher and higher for six
"What some people call the 'orgy
of spending' has not exhausted It
self," ssii Mr. Edwards today, "but
ray men, in their talks with mer-
chants and others who pay the great
llllll. f lllll IbTA. tlflVA I.A.... i1.l tkat
bulk cf the taxes, have been told that
'peak' of extravagance seems tojpoR SALE Ford ear. Inquire fire
have been reached and that a period
lot retrenchment Is close at hand.
"We hear a lot about the Incorao
ftna excels proms lax wnicn rails aue
Mi the spring of every year and about
toe hardships of meeting" It but the
fact Is that the steadiest tax, and one
which Is least felt by the public and
of which we hear very little, la the
luxury Impost. Tho poorer chap who
bu)s his girl an Ice cream
decsn't grumblo at the penny or two
tax nny more than does the rich
vmith who nrpsents his flmnct-rt with
jn,fdamQi,j ara or(.,tt tourlng c4r.
I Vftffhpr nlfi.fl It .n thi llpni ! in
small as compared with tho expendi
"A king's raisni was spent for
candy last December but tho blggeu
revenue came from dealers In Jew-
dry. furs and automobiles. The the-
bowed ,hat ln Jar- they
dUI;aut.tinusuallr prosperous bust-
tics.'' When persons start to ec.nom-
Hojthey usuully cut put umusements
,u"t.. In Januury, In the borough of
Manhattan alone, I7S3.S91.43 wnsJb0X fnct0ry, Sixth St.
'nald'ln taxes. Multiply
mat by 10
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'much Fnthcr Knickerbocker and his
nnu vnn iv- i itmi swiihm iiimh sii nil
much Futlicr KnlcKerbocker and uli,.. .... .i.i,t ...n.. i,nii.,,i
guests are .paying to be entertained
at Just, tho theaters,' Thcro aro no
Indications of any lanlc In these fig
ures. Tho man who said: 'Always
bo n bull on the. great U. S. A.,
seems to bo vindicated.
"An interesting thing abcut the
luxury tax Is that moro revenue is
being derived from Ice cream sodas
and other small sales which carry a
penny or two of tax thuil there Is
from the sulo of motor cars, dia
monds and other luxuries. Druggists
paid u large sum
on expensive Per -
cs. fcvery mnnu-
fumes and cosmetics
facturor, producer or Importer Is re-
rt I n.1,1 n iitnlr.h aliult t !.. A. lvlll '
iJUIIVU lu limnu ouwt ivtuiiio us "lis
clearly shew each taxable transac
tion In tho sulo of certain goods and
theso'uro verified by lovenue officers.
Section 904 of tho revenue act of
191S provides that 'on and after May
1, 1919' tho tax ot 10 per cent shall
bo levied ami collected on luxuries,
Including many kinds of expenstvo
articles In dully use. In tho salo ot
theso articles the dealer acts as a
collodion agent for the government.
Other taxes are paid In tbo form ot
A Classified Ad will sell it.
passed between1 two ot those unfor
tunates when thoy saw tho Lono Star
In thqre "Who'a that guy ho all
rlghtf" 'Nnw--course he nlnt
tfilnlc lie'd'be lnhe"ro'If he was?"
HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SALE Real Estate
I20DO For iinlo or will trade for
town property or acreage near
Klamath Falls, 298-acro ranch ' In
Lake county, Oregon. 80 acres
f on ceil, 40 acre In cultivation, drill
ed well. small, ,touse an dburn. A. 8.
earn of Herald. . 17-20
T. II. WATTKI18
LOTS A few Reed lots In Hoi Spingn
addition. A fow left on Shipping
ton pavement hut going fait. Lota
of Iota between the depot and Mills
addition. Price right, tcrtn 10 per
cent cash, hnl. 30 payments. Phone
W. M. Montellun. 1303 .Main at. 1-tf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
i FOR HALi: At tho Kattcnhorn res-
Idenrc. Merrill, Oregon. 12-foot
power windmill, alx-tlned Jnckson
"fork nnd cable, mowing machine, 1.
nny ruKc, ningie uuggy anil Harness
Host washing machine.
FOIt BALK Model 90 Overland
touring, newly painted, used one
season. A bargain. Central Oar
FOR SALE One 10 h. p. 3 phase,
220 volt electric motor, used only
Ono 1913 flulck, good paint, good
tires, Al shape. lie sure to see tbls
one If you want a good, cheap second-hand
One K. M. F. 30. One Ford deliv
ery wagon cheap.
In fact anything from Fords to
Cole 8's nothing better.
C. h. WILLIAM8, 3C Main.
Phone 1C9 15-22
FOR SALE 490 Chevrolet, .good
condition, run.bomnC.000 miles.
Wolford - Wann, Talnax, Oregon.
VfVvi V O.T-22'
FOR RAI.K 4.', tnni lflf
I timothy bay mixed. Call 19F2
chief office, City Hall.
LOTS FOR SALE If you are In the
market for a good building lot.
see our lists. J. T. Ward ft Co., 834
FOR SALE: Seed Potatoes. Rob
erts a Whltmore, th and Main.
FOR SALE! One fresh Jersey cow.
five years old. 14 miles out on'
1 f apvIH ,n,il V T. ITntil fVnn
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FOR SALE Holsum
bread lie n
SPOT CAHH nASKKT GROCKItV
822 KUmath Ave,
? Why Pay More T
May 14-June 14. j '
Sreclnl Palo on
flour. Spot Cash
TENTS TEXTS TEXTS
Just arrived, another big shipment
onenis, wait lents. rounu terns. xthe tUItor.. besides the crowd and
14 tents and 16x10 tents. You can, ,,,...,..... -
buy one for the price of one month's ,'wrnlval spirit, the band, etc. and
rent and live happy the rest of the the circus. The biggest feature of all
summer. 3inx wens, cpii twnuss
Made double with a two-Inch air
, We make them nt 1023 Main t. L.
TWO SPARK Arresters, new;
blacksmith outfit, Bargain.
Weiat, Sixth St., next Ewauna
IF YOU WANT blankets, comforters
or any kind of bedding, see Mux
Weiss, Sixth street, next Evraunn
Box' factory. 3-tf
FOR SALE 1920 Chevrolet, first
class condition. This is a bargain.
Ccntrnt Garage. ' 6-tf
jF0R SALEPIano ln nne condition,
CaiU or termg- yinters Jewelry
IFOR SALE Tho Hornld will place
I your message tn tho hands of over
9,000 readers every night for only
five cents a line.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Clean
6S4 N. Eighth.
FOR RENT Space In theso columns
at five cents a line a day, A line
hei la read by thousands every
FREE) USE ot 40 acres of potato
land may be had by applying to J.
Frank Adams, box 481, city. Land
Is located on old Hanks place where
state highway crosses the property.
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Murphey Feed &
Printing, Stationery and offlos
supplle. Ploaaor Printing and Sta
tionery co-psay.- 1S6 Main SL -ti
PHONE PKTTON tor wood. HT
CITV OARDAQB When yon
garbage ji-movid call bit.
WANTED A cook's nnslstnnt' at tho
Klamath (leneml Hospital. 17-tf
WANTED Ono or two furnished
or unfurnished rooms, or cabin of
any kind In Algoma. Address (I. B.,
WANTED Man to drlvo team on
ranch. Phono 253-J. 17-tf
WANTED Two or three experienc
ed laundry women. Klamath Su
perior Laundry. 17-19
WANTED 4 or fi room homo fur
nished or unfurnished, by rcllablo
party: references furnished. Reply
IIox M, Herald. lG-tf
HELP WANTED Man for waro
houso work. Roberts & Whlt
WANTED Man to drlvo tram
horse; good wages, steady work.
Illg Lnke Dox company. 13-29
WANTED TO JHJY Second hand
range, dresser or chiffonier, rug
and chairs. Phone 9911. tf
WANTED A prefer and bushel
man. D, and M. Cleaning, Ctn
and Main. 4-U
Wanted Three chamber maids at
the White Pelican hotel. 28-tt
WANTED A message from 70s to
the readers of Tbe Herald, If yon
have anything for sale, for rent, lost
LOST AND FOUND
LOST -A golden opportunity to sail
your home your farm or anything
you wish to dispose of. If yon do not
ute the classified columns of Tr
FOUND A chance to dispose of snj
of tbe Innumerable article that
you bave ttorrd away In your cellar,
attic or barn. Turn your waatn lata
cash. There Is always somerta whs
wants Just what yon have for sals.
Find him through.- the clataifHMI
columns of this paper.
ELKS' CARNIVAL ,
IS FULL OF "PET
(Continued from Pass 1)
who knows the
have of fire.
dread that aortas
I ual u
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mere is a war museum va ma iw
that Is well filled with exhibits from
foreign battlefields, helmets, sheila,
guns, swords and uniforms and tho
exhibit Is ircrqpfebenslvo enough to
appeal to the scientist ns well aa tbo
layranp. . One of the features of this
Unt Is tte gallery of battlefield pic
tures, affirmed to be entirely au
thentic, showing 'some of the Gar
man atrocities ln cold-blooded actu
ality. And there art other attractions for
n-,fle!cht or ten nieces and th blare and
n T.ivi... ,.... i,ti n ....b h.n nt
- ;, ' - ;;, .' -
bats. A real twc-rlng circus and a
good one too, or the writer never saw
The concessions appear to be wall
regulated and there are plenty of
them for tlw folks who like to toko
a chance with the tiger and load
themselves down with kewples, teddy
bears, pencils, pocket knives and all
Everybody was doing It Inst night
nnd this afternoon, and tcnlgbt, to
morrow night and every night and
afternoon until the grand finale Sat
urday night tho litest place In town
will bo "the lot" at the corner of
Klamath and Seventh streets.
NEW DAIRY STORE
IS OPENED HERE
A. M. Sutton nnd Allen Holcomh
havo opened a dairy storo at I 1
Main street, at Second Tho pi .
will bo called tho Holcomb Dairy
The proprietor will handle
sorts of dairy products, They mr '
their on Ice cream nnd hnvi J
serving parlor on the premises
persons who do not wish to enjoy t' a
delicacy at. their own family table. f
Modern machinery has been
stalled for churning and
whipping. Fresh butter Is chun 'tl
dally and whipped cream may be lit-d
at a few minutes' notice. For tho"
who like buttermilk the fluid la
tap at all times. Sweet milk a '
cottage cheeje aro also served.
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