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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, 1T.1IRUAUY 25, JOiit.
The Evening Herald
IS J.uMUBUAY .?.......
FIIKD" BOULK ; City
Published dnlly except Sunday, by
Tho Hornld Publishing Cthnpany of
Klnmnth FnllB, nt 119 Eighth Biroot,
Kntored nt tho poslofflco at Kin
mnth Falls. Oro.. for transmission
through tlio malls as socond-class
mkmiikr of thi: associated
Tho Associated Pross Is exclusively
entitled to tho uso for republication
of allnows dispatches credited to It,
or not .otherwise credited In this
papor, niul also too local novrs pub
FRIDAY, FKRRUARY 25, 11)31.
COST OP AERIAL TRAVEL
TOO HEAVY, HAYS FLYKR
SA NFRANC1SCO. Feb. 25. Ab
though airplanes nro larger and fnst
or than they used to bo, thoro Is lit
tlo likelihood of tholr coming Into
goncral uso until some new Invention
revolutionizes tho cost of construe
tlon and operation, according to
Frederick Hodges Dutlor, loader In
English nrconautlc circles, who vis
ited here recently on a round-the-world
"I havo had breakfast In Cologno
jind luncheon In London after a trip
by airship," ho said. "And thoro Is
no question that air travel is a pleas
ure, but tho expense makes It a lux
ury. I understand tho promoters
of tho London-Paris air routo aro un-
ablo to ruaka it pay."
Governor Edwards, of Now Jer
sey, in his annual message, warns
against "bluo" laws and says ho fa
vors a moro liberal Sunday. Mora
power to him.
ME ITS TO
Kit Lou Mont If Vou Feci Hack.
nchy or llnvo lllnddcr
Meat forms uric acid which ex
cites and overworks tho kidneys In
tholr efforts to flltor It from tho
system. Regular caters of meat must
flush tho kidneys occasionally. You
must relievo thorn llko you relieve
your bowels; removing all tho acids,
waste and poison, olso you feel a dull
misery In tho kidney region, sharp
pains in tho back or sick headache,
dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue
Is coated and whoa tho weather Is
bad you havo rheumatic twinges. Tho
urine Is cloudy, full ot sediment; tho
channels often get lrrltatod, obliging
you to get up two or three times dur
ing tho night.
To neutralize theso Irritating acids
nnd flush off tho body's urinous
wasto got about four ounces ot Jad
Salts from any pharmacy; tako a
tablcspoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine nnd
bladdor disorders disappear. This fa
mous salts is mado from tho acid ot
grapes, and lemon Juice, comblnod
with llthla, and has been used for
generations to clean and stimulate
sluggish kldnoys and stop bladder Ir
ritation. Jad Salts Is , Inexpensive;
harmless and makes a delightful of
fervescent Uthla-water drink which
millions ot men and women tako now
and then, thus avoiding serious kid
noy and bladder diseases. Adv.
And a cup of
Take Homea kyen
The Office Cat
A maiden fair In Dolman capo
A nifty hat, of bonnot shape
A long tight Bklrt this mnld did wear.
Shn tried to cross tho thoronchfnrn!
Hut, Oh, nlas! Tho maid did fall,
And showed sho had no socks nt nil I
Supply nnd Demand
County Judge Ton dollars.
Motorist Can you chango a
C. Judge No, but I can chango tho
tine to 20.
Do civil to nil
Serviceable to many,
Familiar to tow, ' '
Friend to ono
Enomy to nonot
A statistician says a housowlfo
.11r. . .!. whlln tiro..n-ln.
... .-. "v" " " . "
meal, but Bert Hawkins says ho
knows a good ninny who walk only
two blocks to tho delicatessen storo.
Judging by tho oxpenscs now be
ing paid, wo must, by this tlmo, be al
most prepared for tho last war.
Ho who knocks
an Auto Club
Is llko a whcol
Without n hub.
Seeing Ills Finish
Ono look tho prlzo-ring boglnnor
cast at tho husky pug who was sla
ted to opposo him. Then ho ad
vanced to tho center ot tho roped
arena, his hand eutstretched:
"Well." ho said cordially, "it I
don't seo you again. Hollo!"
An order-taker glvos customers
whn, th.v naif tn n anlnnmnn f?lvn
. , .. ..u . u
customors what thoy ought to havo. .
Don't blamo a successful man for
bragging n, bit no ono with a good
catch of fish goes homo by way of
tbo back alloy.
Tho wlto Inquired if odomotors
were roally efficient. "Of courso,"
"Well, then," sho retorted. "I
should think you'd get ono for our
car nnd get rid of that smell." Mo
tor Llfo Including Motor Print.
Tako a clphor, removo tho rim.
What havo you left? What Jimmy
Cox thinks of Harding's inaugura-
Thoro nro somo sorry Englishmen
who bot a Uttlo Wildo against Hor
man. A faint heart should never woo
Would you call a harbor'a conver
sation, "cutting remarks?"
A hen works all day to lay an ogg
nnd gets nothing for It; whllo tbo
boss cashes in n 5 cents por. And
when tho ben "lays off for a day
or two sho loses her job nnd gots
Roy! Page Old Man Gratltudo!
Equity No. 1205
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLA
Btato Land Doard of Stato of Oro Ore Oro
eon: Plaintiff, vs. Ttobort L. Malone
and Eva Malone Defendants.
TO ROBERT L. MALONE, ono of
tho abovo named Defendants:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You nro horeby sum
moned nnd required to appoar nnd
answer tbo complaint filed against
you In tho abovo ontltlod suit, with
in six weeks from the dato ot tho
first publication of this Summons In
The Evonlng Horald, a newspaper
printed nnd published in Klamath
County. Oregon, which said first dato
Is tho 25th day ot February, A. D.
And you will tak'o notlco that If
you fall to appoar and answer, or
otherwlso plead within said tlmo, tho
plaintiff, for want thereof, will ap
ply to tho abovo entltlod 'court for
tho rollof prayed for In Its complaint,
For Judgment against you Robert
L. Malone and against Eva Malone
for and In the sum of $450,00 with
Interest thereon from tho 12th. day
of November, A. D, 1917, at the
rate of six per cent por annum: And
for tho further sum of Ono Hundred
Dollars ns Attorney's foes; And
for Its costs and disbursements lioro liero liore
ln: And for a docreo foreclosing tbo
mortgngo given by you nnd Evn Ma
loeo to tho plaintiff upon tho fol
lowing described premises, to-wlt!
Upon tho SEU of tho NWU; Tho
Wli of tho NEU nn dtho SEU of
tho NEM of section 19, In Township
41 South, llnngo 14 East of tho
Wlllnmetto Morodlan, In Klnmnth
And foreclosing ( you nnd tho do
fondant Kvn Mnlono, nnd nil porsons
claiming, or to claim, by through or
under you, or1 clthor of you, of nil
right, title, Interest, claim, lion or
equity In nnd to nil nnd ovory part
nnd parrel of ftald described rent os
Into nnd ordering tho real proporty
nboro described to bo sold by tho
Sheriff of Klamath County, Orogon,
In tho manner provided by law gov-
jornlng sales of real proporty on ox-
! This summons Is published pur-
i sunlit to nn ordor of tho Honorablo
I T) V tv uvlrAtwtnll Tw1f nf !. PI-.
!cl,,t Co,,rt ot tho StMo of Oregon for
Klnmath County, which ordor Is
! dated tho 23rd. dny of Fobrunry, A.
t CHARLES J. FBROU80N
Attornoy for Hnlntlff, Ioomls llulld
Ing; Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Fob 25 Mar. 4-11-18-2B A 1-8
NOTICE INVITING- PROPOSALS TO
PURCHASE Sr.WEIl llONDS
Sealed proposals will bo rocolvcd
by tho Common Council ot tho city
at Klnmnth Falls, Orogon, until
Monday, tho 14th dny of Mnrch. A.
D. 1921 nt tho hour ot 8 o'clock
1'. M. ot said day, nt tho city hall
In said city at which tlmo and placo
proposals to purchase will bo opened
nnd considered, for tho purchnso of
(50,735,00, city ot Klamath Falls,
general obligation bonds, pnynblo 20
years rrom unto or issue, bearing n
rnto of Intorcst not exceeding six
per cent per annum; Interest payable
."-"'", iliuufi uuu luiuint
anMtl.nMmtnllt tvlMMlnnl .1 !....
paynblo at Oregon Fiscal Agency In
tho city of New York, Stnto of Now
York, or at tho otflco ot tho troas-
uror ot said city ns dotormlncd by
mutual agreement ot purchaser nnd
council. Theso bonds aro to bo Issued
In denominations ot ono thousand
dollars, ($1000.00) each, and to bo
numbered from ono to fltty-ono In
clusive. Said bonds aro to bo Issued In
pursunnco ot Ordlnnnco No. 498 of
said city; and aro to bo Issued for
tho purposo ot Installing n sowor
system in tho territory known ns
Mills Addition, In accordance with
tho plans, specifications and esti
mates of tho city ongtnecr. Each pro
posal to purcbaso said bonds must bo
accompanied by a chock for 5 of
tho amount ot tho proposal cortlflod
by somo responsible bnnk and pny
nblo to said city. Proposals must bo
scaled and endersed: "Proposals to
purchaso Mills Addition sowor
Said bonds nro to bo sold for cash
at dato of delivery, and for a prlco
not less than par.
Tho right to rojoct any and nil
proposals. Is horoby reserved
" .,,, nf , ?, r
Dy ordor ot tho Common Council.
A. L. LBAVITT.
Pollco Judgo ot tho city ot Kla
math Falls, Oregon.
Fob. 10 M-14
NOTICE TO DEIITORS, PALACE '
OROCERV AND ASHLAND
Mrs. Cora M. Jolly has boon em-
ployed ns collector for tho ostato In
bankruptcy undor names of Ashland
Fruit Storo, Palaco Orocory and H.
if. Jenkins (as to tho lnttor only
prior to Dec. 1, 1920.) Mrs. Jolly
offlco ovor Sugarman'a storo corner
ot Sixth nnd Main. In tbo Klamath
Dank building. Tho undersigned
Trustco ot said bankruptcy estate,
will appreciate calling ot all debtors
ui buiu uaiuiu uu am, iuiiy ub an
early dato, so that tho cstato may bo
ciubuu ui uu curty uuiu, i
Dated February 24tb, 1921.
F M OARIC1I t
24.25 ' ' Trustee
Our New Spring Low Shoes Are Being
Sold at the New Spring Prices
BEFORE CHOOSING YOUR FOOTWEAR FOR THIS SEASON WE ASK YOU TO
SEE THESE STYLISH NEW PUMPS AND OXFORDS.
WE CARRY PHOENIX HOSIERY.
NURSING Medical, surgical, hyro-
thernpliy. Ida M. Totzo, Phono
INCOME TANKS duo soon. Do you
know lntost oxomptlonsT South
well. Phono 129 or 439. 24-2
DRESSMAKING First class work
guaranteed, Mrs. Jefferson, 2-A
Main St. 23-3
FOlt SALE Dry limb wood. Soo Al
Crystal or phono West End Grt-
CAUPENTEtt WOMC, odd lobs nnd
repairs neatly done. Phono 515-M.
CITY OAItUAQE When you want
gnrbago removed call 10K-23.
PHONE PEYTON for wood 536
.... ..,. .nnn r. . . i
FOlt DALE 1920 Ford touring car,
run less than 3000 miles. Danner -
Patty Motor Co. 24-3
FOlt SALE Ono 12-20Uumoly
pull trntcor. nlso 3 bottom 14-Inch
gnng engine disk; usod about 30
days. All In first class condition
John Zblndon, Merrill, Oro. 21-2
PELICAN DAY UUS
Faro 25c oach way
Leaves llox Cafo Loaves Pol I can City
7:45 a. ra. 8:00 a. m.
12:45 p. m. 1:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m. 5:30 p. in.
Ilccknnl Itcnt Service
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOU KENT Oood slzo furnished
bedroom with hent In prlvato
homo. Reasonably priced. 032 Oak.'
Phono 205-M. Phono 3CC from 9 to
C o'clock. 24-25
FOR RENT 3 rooms for housokoop
Ing. C21 Oak St. 24-26
HEATED FURNISHED room for
rent. 1109 Pine St. Closo In.
rhono 474. 24-26
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
bath. 416 Pine St. 23-25
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
SLAR WOOD FOR SALE. 16lnch.
$6.50 on pavement, $7 off. Phono
23S-W. Harry Clay. 24-4
FOR SALE 100 black locust posts.
PnvnB WmII Ot fttt.it Hf I Trait fin '
FOR SALE Housohold furniture
First class condition. Call at Con
trol Hotel. . 23-26
FOR SALE Ono medium slzo trunk,
good condition; man's black oror-
coat Bood as now. C28 Oak Bt. Room
I 1U. .J-.5-
FOR 8ALB Small dairy and good
nnylni: milk routo. No roasonablo
offer refused ns I must sail. Write
Uox 594 Chlloquln, Oregon. 23-25
FOR HALF: 18 hoad good logging
horses, with harness; Immodlnto ,
delivery. Reason for soiling, putting
In caterpillar tractors, Soo F. B. Mc- i
Kennnn, Whlto Pollcan hotol. 23-26 .
GET YOUR ORDER In for shado '
trees, roses and berries, for spring
unlivery ul umu. i uuva uiu jaiusi
prices. Will moko my regular spring
uuuvurjr in Jirii nt ivii jubiii di.
A. II. Hnlo. 23-25
o M'MM'M''M w
A classified Ad wlllissll It.
We are now showing the latest styles in Pumps
and Oxfords for the spring and summer of 1921.
' " ' CLl .III
LOST AND FOUND
LOST While rut lorrlor tomato
pup, Muck patch over loft oyo, hnd
collnr on with silver pots. PlonRO
rotimi to 37(1 Pine Htreot. 24-25
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR HALE Partially completed
four room bungalow $1,702. Ono
block from pnvuimmt on High street.
I Inventory mutorlnls on hnnd to com
, ptelo exterior, Included. Will soil nt
cost nccount leaving city, $'400 wilt
bnnilte, hnlnneii terms to suit. Splon
did opportunity for ono doslrlng mod
ern homo In good location, Wrlta L.
II. Unities Care Pine Hox & Lumbor
F. I). 5. Ynklmn. Wash., for
pine, Idaho Titin;
MOSCOW, Idaho, Fob. 25. Idaho
will bo represented by tho whlto
P"' "oo In n "grovo of states" being
J plnnnod In Los Aiigolos by tho ctmin-
! bor ut commerce of that city. Thn
,,, , , nm ty)lcni Imllyo trco
Idaho, according to n decision
mado by Dunn F. O. Mlllor of thn
'University of Idaho school of for-
. , ..,,, , .
. pMry "' ,)nnl Mlll,,r w nkl
by (lovoruor D. W. Davis to soloct
tho stnto treo for tho grovo.
Gilt Edge Butter
The Best Ever
MILK ' CREAM
In Palace Market
S24 Main St.
Cause and Effect of
WHEN our men nnd women nro not employed it direct
ly or Indirectly affects every business In Oregon, And
naturally, unemployment nrlsea from curtailment ot
closing down of oporntlon of business, so It works both
Tho solution ot tho First National Hank to this prob
lem Ih to glvu profcrcuco to homo mado products In
&?? First National Bank
The Aspirin Situation
Don't Bo Deceived
by Aspirin advertisements lining run
by those who seek to discredit nil
Aspirin Tablets except thoso mado
The Facts Arc
that wo regulnrly linmllo largo
uuuntltlos of Aspirin U. 1), Co. Tnb-
i (lenulno and fun strongtli. Thoy
lets that wu know nro Puro and
! nro rigidly tout ml by first-clans
' chemists, nnd nro put out by a firm
' of tbo vory highest standing, tho
United Drug Company of Uoston.
Wu, ns Roxnll Druggists, aro tholr
i exclusive agents In Klamath Falls.
Thn Aspirin patent oiplrod In
1017, nnd anyone can now innko
I Aspirin nnd sell It undor that name.
Aspirin U. I). Co. Tablets nro put
up In packages ot 12'n 24a' and
lOO'n. Tho prlco Is moderato, for
Ihuro Is no profiteering In Unltod
Drug compnuy buslnoss methods.
Star Drug Co.
FIFTH AND MAIN 8TIU2HTH
Shampooing, marcollng, manag
ing, manicuring. For appointments,
phono 306. Whlto Pollcan Hotel.
WILL BE HERE