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THURSDAY, MARCH n, t03l.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
b j. mviuiay....
Publlihoil dally except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Cifmpnny of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Elglitli Stroot.
Entered at tho postottlco nt Kin
math Falls, Ore. for transmission
through tho mails ns second-class
MKMUKR OF TUB AS80CIATKD
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to tho uso for ropubllcntlon
of all news dlspatchos credited to It,
or not olhorwlso credited In this
paper, and also tho local nows pub
The Office Cat
THURSDAY, MARCH a,
inui. nv jumus
Good Speed You,
11 I IIAIF I
rr uuuroiv rriisun.
Things nln't llko whnt they ustor bo
I In ilenr obi LTnluln.nv's ilnv.
' Iltitchcra old tho "cheaper cuts."
I And gnvo tho bones nwny.
Ry Dr. William K. Ration uirandpaw bought n suit of clothes.
I havo called quite unofficially' Suspenders, they were free,
this evening, Mr. Wilson, to say l'rlro was sixteen ninety-eight,
to you that If tho Amorlcnn peoplo in eighteen ninety-three,
know of any way In which to bid you ' Orantlpaw had n bank nccouut
n courteous farewell and CSodspecd of somo amount they say,
without pretending that they woro I Rut things ain't like what they tutor
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE URGES
INVESTIGATION OF LANDIS CHARGES
Law and Baseball Fan
sorry for what they did to you In No-
vombor, they -would llko to do It.
Thoy wolcorao tho coming guest,
and havo been known to speed tho
parting occupant of tho executlvo
mansion by metaphorically kicking
him down tho stops.
Thoy grinned behind tho broad
back ot William Howard Taft as ho
disappeared down tho Whlto ITouso
walk on tho day you entered, eight
years ago; and ho waa n good losor,
and has shown himself In theso eight
years a man and a gentleman.
You will havo to oxcuso tho Amer
ican pooplo, Mr. Wilson, for n cortaln
brusqueness In such matters. Wo
shall learn better manners somo day.
I havo not come to apologize for
tho elections, nor to say that tho
American pooplo aro sorry you nro
leaving. Thoy think you havo mado
somo gravo mistakes; I havo not
como to discuss them.
Dut the American pooplo. Including
thoso who votod against you, aro not
In dear old graudpaw's day.
Orandpaw used to get frollcsomo
And see a burlesquo show.
That's whero -a a can smile at him,
Ho had to pay to go.
Wo Just havo to walk down tho
Tho boulevard or tho street,
There's no musical comedy
That offers such n treat.
All tho charms pulchrltudlnous
Aro dally on display.
For gowns nln't llko what they uster
In dear old grandpaw's day.
On the Pollen Hoard
Tho member of the city council
from tho fifth ward Is J. II. Vollracr.
This Information Is given In answor
to several Inquiries.
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1 -rS Ti-....- i'-,c-i
Wmitod to buy
Tools of nil
11. H. (loodlng
1008 Mnln HI.
Oppotsto 1. O.
MADIJ IV HIjAMATII I'ATiIiH
nnd build up
KliAMATII PAY ItOMil
UVKICS1DI3 MIM1IKH CO.
Owned and npnratod by Klamath
Falls busliiosH moil 28tf
WANTlflH TO WONT furnished
liouso by young cottplo. Tolophono
OAltPICNTKlt WORK, odd Jobs nnd
repairs neatly dono. Phono 61G-M.
CITY QAIinAOlO Whon yon want
garbaao romovod call 10F-23.
PHONIC PBVTON for wood SIB
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
NU 110NH COItHiyrfl mado to your
monsuro, guarnnteod. Rono Ran
dnll, 521 Jefferson Ht. Phono 200-J.
KMIB FOR HATCHING fltrlctly
puro O. A. C. laying strain Rarrod
Hock eggs. Phono 330-R or P. O.
bov 1014. II. R. McLano. 1-3
HIjAII WOOD FOR 8AD11. 16lnch,
18.50 on puvemont, 17 off. Phono
33K-m Hnrry Clay. 24-4
WANTED- Two flat top office desks
and chairs, and una typewriter.
Phono 29UM. 2-4
WANTKI) TO IlKNT 3 or 4 room
iintiirnlsheil rnttage. Must he
modern. Phono S29.M. 2-4
FOR HAMS 1oasn on 280 acres of
land Including nil stock, mnchlnery
and everything necessary to handle
this farm. R. 11. Smith, G17 Main Ht..
LOST White rat torrlor fomnlo FOR RHNT -Three
pup; black pntch over left oyo. ' housokeoplng rooms.
Please call 24211. 637 Pine St. I
621 Oak Ht.
i FOR RKNT Dry land ranch. Infor-
llllAND NHW and strictly modorn ' mntlon opply. Union and Illn
fln mom house, fully furnished. Avo. Mills Addition. as-i.
with part basement, plenty of built- ,, .,Mr:,M" , ,,...wt.
In rnnllirim. Iilif Invnl int Willi IAW11. " "fc in... "" ...."--
nicely located. Price Is only noon
on easy terms. chilcuth
SMITH, G33 Main Ht
ed bedroom, adjoining bathroom.
use of telephone nnd bath. Dr. Dem
urest. Phone 447-R or call at 37
Jufforscm Ht. 3I-28
OUDr-E K. M. LANDKV
WASHINGTON, Mar 2
ceptancc by Judge K. M.
Tho ac-, This Is tho view taken by tho
I.andls of house Judiciary commlttco, which to-
FOIl HAM Four room houso com
pletely furnished, closo In on 9th
Ht.. nt n bargain. Terms. Tho RYAN
HHAITY CO.. r.12 N. 9th St.
AVo nro negotiating with ono of tho
ilnwn Inurn tm.rrtinntM fnr tlm 1inn
oblivious to tho patbotlc aspects of jof n gpacoU(1 (,ry R00(lg 1)0X ,Q ua0 M
tho position of supremo basuball ar- day recommended n full luvostlga
Ibtrer Is Inconsistent with tho ado- Hon ut tho nuxt session of congress
quale performance of his duties ns of the Impeiichmenl charges filed
FOR HUNT 200 ncres dlkod tulo
land on Upper I-'iko: HO ncres tim
othy; good range. Phone 217M.
FOIl IlKNT 2-room furnlihed
apartment si the Kellogg Houso.
ROOMS 76 cents per night for one
or $1 for two In room. Home
Rooming Houso, 920. Klamath Ato.
your departuro from tho Whlto Houso
and you aro leaving with tholr sin
cere deslro for your comfort In your
Peoplo smilo at you, Mr. Wilson,
for your Idealism. Let thorn smile.
America, her pretense to tho contrary
notwithstanding, Is a nation of Ideal
ists. The historian will laud you for that
When your country went to war,
you wero ablo to deflno her purposo
In terms of conscience and duty.
You did it superbly, Mr. Wilson; no
other man on this side of the ocean
could havo dono It so well, and no
man on tlio other side could luivo
dono It at all.
Your country Is proud ot tho way
you did It, and will bo stilt moro
proud of It a hundred years honco.
a restdenoo. Tho only thing that Is
holding up tho deal now Is tho ques
tion as to whether tho stove shall bo
put In by this store, os by us at our
Judge, and constitutes serious Im
propriety. mim'T'im: m:vs
Tho Klgor family, Walter, Sam,
and Agnes i'nman, nnd Urotchon liar
ey, attended the Washington's Day
danco at Merrill.
ugalnsl Judge Lnnills
recently by '
WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter Tho Herald will publish
tho mean and maximum tompura-
Carl Darks came homo from San, lure and precipitation record as tak-
Francisco n few days ago. cn W ," l a imcuinntion survico
FOR 8AI.H Ford, first-class condi
tion. Ilargaln. 1120 High Ht
FOIl HAM! -2r0-300() Ravage rifle,
new. No. 1G I.oomls building.
Farmer Hoy there, how camo you
to bo up In my applo troo?
Don Loomls Please, mister, I
Just fell out ot an airplane.
"Any old fashioned horso th loves
around Crimson dulch," asked tho (
visitor In quest of adventuro.
"No." replied Cactus Joe, "tho hoss
thieves havo all gone cast and took to ,
stcalln' automobiles, which Is less
risky and moro remunerative."
FOIt HAM! Five room house on
puvement: comer lot, 110 feot ot
Tho school had . spelling ffi,Xn.Vn'V!b JtW?"?!!:
-.i -ll ... . .1 i it 7 w. r . . 7 .... .."". --" "". i .u..l.i ... ....... .w.
uuu diiikiiik iuny uv mu bvuuui iiuumj (D 0 O CIOCK Ol W1U Uay.
Saturday night. After tho program I'ro'
len crnam nn.l'rnk.. un .nrvnil. nx- J,Jn clpltatlon
Jesso Johnson and family, nnd Mt
and Mrs. Burnett visited at Henry I
Somon's homo Sunday. j
building homo. Your terms. P. O,
box 422. Inqulro Parka, Mecca pool
Not n Iiookln.
The wise elrl Is she who mnkes her
This Is your last night In the Whlto hu,bnnd thlnk ,. ,. thn wholo thl
Houso. Mr. Wilson, and you havo and at ,ho Mmo lno , ,rulh ani, ,n
somo packing to finish, and 1 will not
prolong this call.
You aro likely to rost better to
night than Mr. Harding; and in tho
net four years thero will bo nights
when you will gton writing and go to
bod at 10 o'clock, when ho will bo
awake and'conslderably worried. May
God help him, and glvo him tho
guldanco ot wlso and good men.
And may you havo qulot and hap
py years ahead.
Tho American peoplo bid you a
friendly good night.
IjANGEMj VAMiKY NKWH
Will Campbell and Sykcs Hama
kor mado a trip up tho valloy last
week nnd separated cattlo at tho
Virgil Deal returned from Klamath
Falls Saturday, whero he has been
vl8lttng Miss Kola, bis sister, who Is
yot In tho hospital, but getting along
John Noblo crossed tho swamp last
week. He reports tho wator low,
but tho mud high.
Mrs. Daisy Huntley and family
woro Sunday visitors at their old
Last wcok Ivan Kilgoro sold flvo
carloads of boof, shipping to Cali
fornia. Lester Wishard visited at Davo
Turner's homo Saturday, and install
ed a now tolophono battory.
Chicken trading scorns to be tho
main event of tho week, and from all
reports tho coming crop will bo chick
ens. Alt Duncan was a passenger on
the stage Friday.
fact, ho hasn't got a look-In or sayso
In'any slnglo part of tho management
of Home & company.
Wo Can't do it, Honey
No, Marybella, dear, wo thank you
vory much, but wo can't answor your
noto, becauso our wlfo wont let us.
Waller and Sam Knman and Clydo
Klgor hauled wood from Stukel
mountain last week.
Carl KJgor celebrated bis 13th
birthday Sunday. Ico cream nnd cako
were served to a few friends.
Tho school has Its new phono
graph. It Is a Vlctroln, and was
purchased from Karl Shepherd.
Honry Semon and Sam Knman
went to Klamath Falls Monday.
Mr. (iraromlnn, of Merrill, fed a
bunch of sheep at tho Klger ranch
Sundny night, on their way to Klam
Mr. and Mrs. Klgor and daughter,
Audrey, and Mr. and Mrs. Knmnn
and son, Walter, woro Klamath Falls
WANTKD Tho uso of a piano for
WYinf Sinlr Pnnnln sinrl ' storage llcst of caro nsaurod
,.... .w . v.wf... j,j(0no 7jf
Want in Home or Hos
FOR HALK 1920 Ford touring car,
rim less than 3000 miles Danner-
Patty Motor Co. 24-3
FOIIHaTb 1920 Hoo Six, pracll
rally a new car, at a vory attrac
tive prlco. Dunham Auto Co. 26-4
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A ring. Owner may havo
sumo by calling at Hornld office,
describing ring, and paying for this
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SAM': 4-room modorn house
nml two lots nt a bargain. Call
FOIl RKNT Room for ono or twola-i 93C Uo8t 8t
I dlos, or man and wlfo. 020 Wash- .
Ington St. 2-3' 1 FOR 8ALK Partially
Safo, Sano, Prompt, Proper Pro
fessional enro and results at mini
mum rost. (Collective moaning,
Provontlvo Surgery) Surgical cases
four room bungalow $1,762. Ono
IF IT 18 GOOD DRY block wood you I nock from pavomenl on High street,
wuni pnoiio joii-n. n. u. oiniaiiu inventory matorlats on nana to com-
!' pinto nxtorlor, Included. Will sell at
cost account leaving city, rioo will
WANT TO HKI.L7 If so, list your handle, halanco torms to suit. Splon-
proporty with us. Wo nro roal en- did opportunity for ono desiring mod-
belong In ii Surgical hospital. Most '"" specialists and havo boon 12 ern homo In good location. VrltoL.
n.i,r. rnn i. m i. " '"J""? In Klamath FaJls. II. Haines Caro I no Ilox ft Lumber
others ran ho efficiently and moro
i economically cared for at homo.
Atrontithlc Medlrlno and Surgery
7th nnd Mnln Hts.
Phone 2HO-W. Klamath Falls
We'd Ukrd to Hnvo Scon This
Ono surprlso sprung on our su
premo officers was tho ladles' team
that took tbo last candldato through
tho work, all dressed In whlto with
red sashes. This gavo tho men's
toam a chartto to dlsrobo and get !
ready for tho danco, -which followed
from 1 p. m. to 2 a. m. Kxchango.
Chllcoto & Smith. C33 Main St. Co.. R. F. D.
5, Ynklma, Wash., for
CARD OF THANKS
- We wish to express our deep ap
preciation of the kindness and sym
pathy extended t6 us by our friends
'and neighbors during the death of
our dear baby.
MR. AND MRS. A. C. DUNCAN
Advertising pays, Try It and see.
Is Plunging Ahead on It's
For Real Beauty
Tho kind that Is moro than "skin
duop" exercise and uso
for Its protection against and cor
rection of tho injurious offects of
wind, cold, sun and dust-laden air.
Get a Jar of the cream today.
W'C KLAMATH TALLS 0RE00M llTnT'
S7-V lUJVTAin rrtia untuun
"Onco a Trial Always Nynl"
Charter No. 241
RKPORT OF Till: CONDITION OF Till!
KLAMATH STATE BANK
of Kliiliwitli I'nllrt, nt Klniuntli FnlN, in the Mate of Onegon, at the rloo
ut lluilnooi on Feb. St, IIKSI.
Loans anil Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Ilonds and warrants
Furniture and fixtures
Due from banks (not resorvo banks)
Due from approved reserve banks - 30,538.11
Checks mi dottier cash Items
Checks und other ciihIi Items . .
KxchatiKCH for clearing Iioiihii .
CiihIi oh bund
Snow Flakes are just the thing to serve with all kinds of
safads. To make sandwiches (or lunches and suppers.
With soups and bouillons, ol course. In fact, there are
to many ways you can use this dainty member of the
P. C. B. family, you'll want to keep a generous supply
Buy them from your grocer in led packages or family tins.
Don't ask lot cracktis
jay SNOW FLAKES
ki nA r-i A
P. C. B. PANAMA CREAMS
Anothtr P. C, D, frodua
A cbocolitt flivortd crtui ua4
wlch. A C"t ftvorlM
Yout floor ua lupplr joo.
Pacific Coast Biscuit Go.
in iii in iim i JM
Capital stock paid In $150,000.00
Hurplus fund - 24,000.00
Undivided profltH, less expenses and taxes paid -.. 1,683.04
Dlvhlonds unpaid - 12,000.00
Duo to banks and bankera 5,614.74
Individual deposits subjoct to chock 488,002.36
Cnshlor checks outstanding 5,218.53
Cortlflod checks - 2,540.53
TImo nnd Saving. Doposlts 89,463.54
Notea nnd hills ruillscountod - 80,603.74
Total ...$805, 185.48
Htato of Orngon,
County ot Oregon, hh. (
I Ida II. Momyur, cashier of tho above-named bnnk, do Holomly swear
that tho nhovn statemont Is true to tho best ot my kuowl odgo nnd bo
Correct AtteMt: IDA II. MOMYUR, Cnshlor.
H. K. MARTIN,
O. D. llllHKK, Directors.
Subscrlbod und nworn to before mo this 2nd day of March, 1921.
ARTHUR It. WILHON. Notary Public.
(My commission expires June 30, 1923)
CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION f
must bo mado for tho wearer Individually, Let mo ninko your noxr
sprinK suit and enjoy wearing really distinctive clothing tailored
to fit you perfectly und to retain Its extra-smartness during long
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
R18 Main St.