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THUIWDAY, MARCH IT, 1021.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OJREGON
Th Evening Herald
Published dally oxcopt Bandar, by
Tht Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Stroot.
Entered at tho postotflco at Kla
math Falls, Ore, for transmission
thrqugh the malls as second-class
MKMUKll OF THR ASSOCIATED
Tho Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to tho uso for republication
ot all nowa dispatches credited to It,
or not othorwlso credited In this
paper, and also tho local nows pub
THURSDAY, MARCH 17,
THE REAL ST. PATRICK
I(y Dr. William li. lbu-ton
St. Patrick Is bollovod to have
been born about tho year 389. Wo
aro more nearly certain ot tho
year than tho day or tho placo,
Ho may hnvo been n Scotch
man; somo declare he was born In
Franco; but thcro Is somo reason to
think that ho was born in England.
It Is said that ho was born on
tho night ot tho eighth ot March,
but whether beforo or after mid
night, no one could tell, as It was
botoro the ago of clocks.
When his birthday camo to be
celebrated, one clan celebrated tho
eighth and another tho ninth, and
each endeavored to Convince tho oth
er of being In error.
A good and wise man suggested
that "Ono man could not have two
birthdays,' and proposed that tho
eight and' tho nine should be add
ed togpther. By this compromise
all differences were settled: tho
17th day ot March hence Is cele
brated as St. Patrick's day.
Wherever he was born his name
is forever associated with Ireland.
Not that tho Emerald Isle was tho
only place where ho lived and work
ed. In tho English Lake re
gion tho namo Pattcrdalo pre
serves the tradition It not the
memory of bis labor In the north
of England, not far from tho Irish
When ho was 16, ho was carried
away by a band of marauders. For
nix years ho was held in bondage In
At 22 ho fled from Ircalnd. He
landed after three days on tho west
coast of .France, and spent somo
years in n monastery near tho Medi
terranean. Then be returned ,0 Drltaln;
jwhere he conceived tho idea. of re
turning' as. a missionary to Ireland.
In a deam he saw a man named'
victorious bearing many epistles,
ao of which was for him, and con
tained "The Voice ot the Irish." Hel
beard in his ears their Invitation,
Wo pray thee holy youth, to como
and walk again amongst us as be
fore," Although naturally diffident, and
in spite ot tho opposition of his rela
tives, Patrick sailed to Gaul, where
he was ordained; and thea)J)o re
turned to Ireland.
He founded many churches, of
prised a fow nvomonts later to seo
tho man walking off down tho road.
"Sayi Como down an' ont break
fast 'foro you go to work!"
"I ain't going to work," tho man
called back. "I'm goln to hunt some
where, to stny nil night."
Frederick was sitting on the curb,
crying, when Hilly camo along and
asked hlmj what was tho matter.
"Oh, I feel so bad 'causo Major's
dead my nlco old colllol" sobbed
"Shucks!" said Billy. "My grnniN
mother's been dead a week and you
don't catch me crying."
Frederick gnvo his eyes and noso
a swlpo with his hand ntid, looking
up at Hilly, sobbed despairingly:
"Yes. but you didn't rnlso your
grandmother from a pup."
v 'np'NAnNSmW ItWlflNH . S3 1 wWh Hens have boon docketed bb by
sniu orumunco iiruriuou, lumunur
LONDON, March 17.--Androw
lienor Law today resigned from tho
cabinet as lord ot tho privy sent.
Ills resignation was duo to 111 health.
A classified Ad will soli It.
NOTICE INV1TINO PHOPORAIi TO
MAKK STREET IMPROVEMENTS
Pursuant to Ordlnanco and order
of tho Common Council ot tho city
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, notlco
Is hereby given thnt proposals will
bo rccclvod by said common council
for making tho Improvements de
signed for Fourth streot, from Kla
ninth nvcnuo to tho southerly lino
of Oak nvonuo; Fifth street from
Klamnth nvonuo to tho southerly
They had Just becomo engaged.
"I shall lovo," sho cooed, "to
sharo nil your griefs and troubles."
"But, darling," ho purred, "I
"No," sho agreed: "but I mean
when wo aro married."
Blnks (coming out of theatre)
"Why did everybody cry during tho
death sccno? They must havo known
that tho actor was not dead."
Jlnlrs "Yes, that was Just It."
"Much has been written and said,"
leads off a correspondent In a let
tor to the editor, "about the profi
teering evil." Then ho goes on to
wrlto and say a wholo lot moro.
Writing letters to the editor by tho
way, Is like removing n stale por
ous plostor. It may not do any good
but there Is some relief when ono
gets it off ono's chest.
An exebango prints feminine fash
ion dope under a "What Shall My
Lady Wear" leading.
Anybody ought to know It should
havo gono In tho "Brevities" volumn.
What has become of the old-fashioned
newspaper beauty contest In
which tho homeliest girl In the
country won tho prize.
Widow Tiikm Itltk In Second Mat-
. Uimontnl Voyage
(From New York Trlbuno)
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Mrs. Florenro
L. Sudlow widow of Lcland .Stanford
Sudlow, to James Risk.
There are -Investigations that make
There are investigations that mako
There are Investigations so sad and
That don't mean a thing to you.
There aro investigations that savor
There are Investigations thnt are
both largo and small;
But the Investigation that lands some
guy In state's prison
with tho total amount so nssoitsod
against each spoclflo holding. ltofor
enco Is heroby mado to such lion
docket for dotnllad description ot
each lot, and block, parcel, and
ncroago property so niMCAsod.
Furthor notlco Is hereby Riven tho
respective nwnors of tho property bo
assessed and heroin bolow listed,
thnt such assessment Is now duo and
paynblo and will bo delinquent from
and after tho expiration of 20 days
from tho dnto of tho first publica
tion of this notlco. Said first pub
lication will bo mndo on Monday
March Hth, 1921. Tho owners of
property so assessed ns aforesaid
must either pay In cash or make and
fllo with tho pollca Judgo of said
city on or before the 4th day ot
April. A. D. 1U21, tholr respective
Burg W. Mason, nnd
Chas B. Worden . . $617.00
Burg W. Mason, nnd
Chas n. Worden . . . G17.00
Burg W. Mason, nnd
ChoB B. Worden . .. f. 17.00
Chas E, Worden 517.00
Chas E. Worden . . . C 17.00
Mno E. Mason . & 17.00
Published by authority of the
Common Council, undor section 2G9
of tho charter ot said city.
Dated at Klamath Falls, March
A. L. LEAVITT
PoKco Judgo of tho city of Klamath
Falls. Oregon. Mar. 14-18
tin.. 11111..... ......... ... Yt1...., ......
...,.. . .V. ..,!; Vi- 'i i ., r i.. -. i. i I I' I i en 1 1 on a to pay such assessments
nue from tho northerly line of fourth . ', ........i inatniinnnta
street to tho southerly lino of Sixth '" il'"""mmI a,?,' ,,,,,
St. Oak Avo. from tho northorly i ,"'?,-. -.. i..,iii.i
llm. of Fourth St n thn .n..th. , f PPrty assessed ngullist
erly lltio of Seventh street.
Willow avenue from tho north
erly lino of Fifth street to tho
southorly lino ot Sixth street, to
gether with all Intersections botwoen
the respective termini not already
Said proposed Improvement to bo
mndo In nccordanco with tho plans
nnd specifications of tho city engi
neer for either ot the class
es of Improvement mention
ed in said plans and specifications
and tho ordinance ordering tho mak
ing of said proposed Improvement,
which said Ordinance ns numbered
640, and was adopted on tho 21st
day of February A. D. 1921. and by
the mayor approved on tho 23rd day
of February. A. D. 1921.
Tho plans and specifications re
ferred to above aro on file with tho
Police Judgo nnd with tho city engi
neer of said city.
Tho contract for making the pro
posed Improvements will bo lot In ono
contract, and tho tlmo In which tho
name Is to be completed. Is fixed by
said ordlnanco for Sept. 1st. 1920.
Bids must be filed with the Po
llco Judge for submission to tho
council not later than 8 o'clock p.
m. of tho 28th day ot March, 1921,
at which tlmo, at the council cham
ber In tho city hall, all proposals
will bo opened and considered.
Each proposal must be accom
panied by a certified check on some
responsible banking Institution oqual
to 5 of tho aggrogate amount ot
tho proposal, the same to bo forfeit
ed to the city, upon falluro of the
successful hlddcr to cntor Into con
tract nnd bond for tho faithful com-
Jnn !-,, iSi i ,t,u .k i. ' wnofltod and llnblo for n propor
ment In nccordanco with tho plans ,, .,, ,, ,M, i,,.
and specifications therefor. Tho , ,,, .,,, ., ,,,, ., ' , ,
right to reject any and all proposals Knlh Btrcot 8xth , t .
Is hereby reserved. Tho award tol.,i , ,.,. .,., ., c,i.
fwTwnmn-lton . Including Intersections.
,ribfnrfJ fnr flnaneC Sn1 T" ProiWtr 0 fOIWrt benefited
necessary funds for financing tho d abIo nm, BMMiod ,, afor0saiu
proposed improvement. ,. ... tha. ,,roor.v MnK ..ii.,,,,,.
maT?. oWo X eng' ffcV "p- ' to nnrt. of said streets between
tnr nnt mnrltv fnr thn hnrrl anrfar. i
Ing either Bltulllhlc. Oil Macadam'
or Concreto; and bids aro respect-1
fully Invited on each class of hnrd
surfacing, in addition to grading,
curbing; dralnago and cement sidewalk.
Dated at Klamath Falls, March
Hth. 1921. A. L, LEAVITT
Pollco Judgo of said city, i
March H-24 '
NOTICE TO rilOPKItTY OWNKIW
WHOSE I'llOPKHTY HAH IIKI.'N
FOUND LIABLE KOIt THE X)HT
OF IMPUOVINO IIIOII ST. FltO.M
SIXTH ST. TO KlfillTH ST.
SIXTH ST. I'ltOM PINK ST. TO
1IICJII ST. HKVENTH ST. FROM
PINK ST. TO WASIIINfJTON ST.
THAT THEY HAVE J.H) DAYS
FHOM. FIDST PUIJIJCATION OF
THIS NOTICE IN WHICH TO
FILE TIIKIH APPLICATIONS TO
PAY ASSESSMENTS IN TKN AN
tho nforomenllonod termini nnd ox
tondlng back to tho centers of tho
rospoctlvo blocks so lying mljiiccnt,
and also all lots, parts of lots, par
coin and ncroago properties Included
within tho quarters of tho four
blockB nbtmndlng nny Vtorsectlon In
volved In Bald proposed Improvo
nunt. Thnt tho docket of city lions has
been mado up ns provided by soo
tlon 208 of tho chartor, nnd bolow
will bo found n list of tho names of
tho owners whoso property hns boon
so assessed an nforesnld and against
which lions hnvo boon dockotod ns
by said ordinance provided, togeth
er with tho totnl amount so assessed
against each specific holding. Itofor
enco Is hereby mado to such lion
docket for detailed description of
each lot, part of Int. block, parcel
nnd ncroago property so nssessed.
Further notlco Is lioroby given tho
rospoctlvo owners of property so ns
ssessed nnd herein below listed, thnt
such assessment Is now duo and pay
able, nnd will be delinquent from and
after tho expiration of 20 days from
tho dato ot the first publication of
this notice, said first publication will
bo made on Mondav March 14th,
1921. The owners of property so as
sessed as aforesaid must either pay
In cash or mako anil fllo with tho
Pollco Judgo of said city on or before
thn 4th day of April, A. D. 1921,
their respective amplications to pay
such assessments in ton annual Instalments.
Earl Whltlock .
W I), Snttorlen
A, A. Bellman .
A A. Bellman
. . . t 937.89
A. A. Bellman 388.48
First Presbyterian rhurch
O. W. Whlto
O, W. While
Pearl O. Mnrtln
A. A. rinllman
Notlco Is heroby given that tho
Common Council of tho city ot Klo
math Falls, Oregon, did by Ordinance
No. f41 duly adoptod on tho 28th
day of Fobruary, A. I). 1921, and
by the Mayor approvod on tho 1st
day of March, A. D. 1921, declare
tho proportionate assessment on
oach lot, part of lot, block, parcel
and ncroago property found to bo
A A Bellman
Nelllo Summers .
Heirs of J. M. Evans. Dt-
ceased ... ... 781. B7
M. P Evans 781. B7
Klamnth Co. Oregon ... . 232.97
Myrtle II. Martin 1B0.40
Ooo. Tugnot . .... 1,900.20
Tho Mnrtln ... 1.4C7.38
M MeAndrowB nnd
M I McAndrews . . 973.20
A. J. Lvtn . 973.20
A. A. nellman 321 88
Lydla Tllchlo ... . 399.B8
r II. Pnderwnod 721. BB
Heirs of J M. Evans, do-
Holrs of J. M. Evans, de
Heirs of J. M. Evans, de
ceased 1,407 39
Itoburt L. Paddock,
Blsbnit of Eastern Oregon .. 1,900.2(1
Adeline It Cofor , 937.89
Heirs, of J. M. Evans, do-
The Aspirin Situation
Don't Bo Deceived
by Aspirin advertisements lining run
'by those who seek to discredit nit
Aspirin TnblotH except those "mndo
The Facts Are
Hint wo regularly handle largo
quantities of Aspirin U. D. Co. Tab
lets that wo know nru Pure and
(lenuluo and full strength. Thoy
are rigidly tested by first-class'
chemists, and are put out by n firm
of the very hlgheht standing, thn
I'ultod Drug company of Boston.
Wo, ns ltoxnll Druggists, nru their
exclusive agents In Klamath Falls. '
Tho Aspirin patent expired In
1917, ami anyone can now make
Aspirin nnd sull It under that name.
Aspirin IT. II, Co. Table' aro put
up In packages of 12' 24's and
100's, The price Is moderate, for
(hero Is no profiteering In United
Drug company business methods.
FIFTH AND .MAIN STIIKKTH
STAR DRUG CO.
Klniimtli Foils Oregon
you have a good
List it with us
11th St., near Main
censed BOB. 02
Published by authority of I tin
common council under section 201
of tho charter of said city
Dated at Klamnth Falls, Oregon,
March Hth, 1921
A L LEAVITT
Pollco Judgo of tha city of Klamath
Falls, Oregon. Mar. 14-ls
which that nt Armaugh Is most In-Ia tho rarest Investigation of all.
tlmately associated with his name.
St. Patrick was a man who combin
ed a deep spiritual nature with a
strong capacity for action. Ho had a
firm purposo, and an enthusiasm
which carried him over every ob
stacle. Ho redeemed Ireland from paga
nism. Ho Introduced tho Latin
language, with Its wealth of burn
ing, and ho brought that then Isola
ted island Into touch with the civil
isation ot western Europe,
$73,000 FOB PHOTOS
The Office Cat:
NEW YORK, March 17. In 1898,
J. Plerpont Morgan gavo Edward
Curtis, Seattlo photographer, 175
000 to make a camera record of tho
Slnco then Curtis has workcj con
tinuously filming the llfo and cus
toms of the original Americans. Ho
has lived with many tribes, studied
their habits, and has oven penetra
ted their secret fraternity councils.
Uuth Kcdzlo Wood, travel writer,
tells of Curtis and his work In the
March number of Tho Mentor Maga
zine. There aro a number of gravuro
reproductions of Curtis' pictures.
NOTICE OF HEADING OF FINAL
ACCOUNT, AND FOR DIS
CHAIU1B OF ADMINISTRATOR.
I Tell your troubles in tho Furnlturo
line to PERKINS "THE FURNISH
ER OF HAPPY HOMES." 17tf
Wooih Mn Clicre
Mary had a shadow skirt,
But didn't dare to go
A-shopptng with It on because
Sho slowed up traffic so!
A Texas clergymnn Is eald to havo
given up his pulpit to Join tho cru
sado against .tho Illicit 'liquor traf
fic. A boozo-flghtlng parson, as
H U HousliiK Problem
P. E, Hannon who called his new
ly employed hired man out of bed
at 4 o clock In tho morning was
WEATHER RECORD I
Hereafter Tho Herald will nubllsh
the mean and maximum tempora
tures nnd precipitation record ns tak-
en by tho U. 8, Reclamation sorvlce
tatlon. Publication will covor the
day previous to tho paper's Issue, up
to S o'clock of tho day.
In the Matter of tho Estate ot Ed
na E. Kerns, Deceased. '
In the county court of Klamnth
Notlco Is heroby given that IL J.
Mattoon. the administrator of the.es
fate of Edna E. Kerns, deceased, has
rendered his final account and filed
herein his petition for final set
tlement and dlschargo; and that Wed
nesday, the 13th day of April, 1921,1
at tho hour of 10 o'clock A. M., at
tho county court chambers In the
Courthouse In Klamnth Falls, Oro-,
gon, has bcon duly appointed by said
court for hearing of said final nc-1
count and objections, If any, thereto!
and for bearing of said petition for
sottlement ot said cstato and dls-.
chnrgo of said administrator, at
which time .and placo any person
Interested In said citato may appear
and fllo his cxceptlondn writing and
show causo, It any, why said final
account should not-bo approved und
allowed and the ostate settlod and
the administrator discharged.
H. J. MATTOON
Max, Mtn. clpltatlon
Mar 1 . . 60 35
Mar 2 C8 34 '
Mar 3 66 35
Mar 4 62 40 11
Mar 5 CO 38 3G
Mar C 48 34
Mar 7 50 27
Mar 8 62 20
Mar 9 58 20
tar. 10 55 37 .
Mar. 11 57 32 .
Mar 12 54 24 . '
Mar 13.. 48 30 02
Mar 14 49 32
Mar IB ... 48 37
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
WHOSE 'PHOPKRTY "HAS IIKKN
FOUND. LIABLE FOR THE COST,
OF IMPROVING WASHINGTON
STREET FROM FIRST ST. TO1
EWAUNA BOULEVARD. THAT
THEY HAVE HO DAYS FROM
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE IN WHICH TO FILE1
THEIR APPLICATIONS TO PAY
ASSESSMENTS IN TEN ANNUAL I
Notice Is heroby given that .ttio,
common council of the city of Kla-i
math Falls, Oregon, did by Ordl-I
nanco No. 642, duly adopted on tho,
-oui uuy oi rcuruary, a. jj, iyzi(
and by the Mayor approved on tho
1st day ot March, A. V, 1921, de
clare tho proportionate assessment
on each lot, part of lot, block, par
cel and ncrengo proporty found t.o ho
benofltcd and liable for a proportion-1
nto sharo of tho coit of improving
Washington street from First street!
to Ewauna boulevard, I
Tho property bo found bonnfltedi
nnd llablo and asiwjctl ns aforesaid
in ti ,1...,' .. ... 1..1 .,i .
,a tin iu.it jjiuj'uii ijju; uujucem
to said 'part of said Washington
street botweon tho tormlnl mention
ed and oxtendlng back to tho can
tors ot the respective blocks so ly
That tho docket of city lions has
been mado up as provided by seo
tlon 268 of tho chartor, nnd bolow
will bo found a list of tho names of
tho owners whoso property has boon
so nssessod as aforesaid and against
4 M IX fao,ltj
of "What B4JMa
What athar graat
an woaid j,m llaa
Baaatr iVm Ui.
paru.lt! a aaa-aute
las r Franklin
Booth, II loabaa.
Itson does both!
k&-' "7'OU get two kinds of music, when vou
x buy a New Edison.
The New Edison literally Re-Creates music,
so perfectly that you feel you are listening to
the living artist
The New Edison will also play all tho
needle talking-machine records.
3Se NEW EWtf ON
v 9ft Phonograph with a Soul9
Always remember this! The New Edison docs all that
ny talking-machine can do. And, it also does all that
any living artist can do.
You can pay cash for your New Edison, or you can
spread out the pay men t8. We will make n gentleman 'snercc
ment with any music-lover. Ask about our Budget Plan.
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
GEO. A. WIRTZ, Proprietor
122 South Sixth Street