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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, APRIL aa, UVii
" The Office Cat
I WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
WE HAVE LOWERED THE PRICE OF OUR
SHOES AGAIN. THIS IS THE SECOND DROP IN
30 DAYS. MANY OF OUR SHOES ARE NOW SELL
ING AT COST. YOU CAN SAVE DOLLARS AT
OUR STORE. SEE OUR LINE OF
And the New Prices
Work In tho result of Adnm'rt Crav
ing for UpplCH, If III) llllll IIKflll a llttto
Judgment back thuro In thn garden
of Kilou wn might nil hnvo boon nit
tlnrc around playing tiluoclilo or
something today. Hut ho didn't, and
thal'it why wo mortals of tho prosont
hr have to buy alarm clockn.
Thoru nni muny kinds of work,
Ilowovor, thn second-story variety In
tho mont profitable If 0110 l a good
cllmbor. A in on k tlio other klndn nro
fanry, open (lioslory), liouito, nnil
, but why go on Ilka this when
you can think of 'am an oaslly a
Walt Mason, tho hard of Kmporla,
Kas who has upsot tho tradition
that thuro la no monuy In writing
Our onn best bat Is honest sweat.
And toll's our grcatost troanuro.
Work lo tho IiuiIro of rospoctabll
Ity and thuro It some consolation In
tho fact that our neighbors havo o
do It, too. Furthermore, If It wasn't
for toll -wo couldn't appreciate vaca
tions. Thuro uro inuiiy Kood things
to bo oald about tho nubjoct, but wo
tisvo uotlcod that vory fow mm havo
ovor bought limousines on tho pro
ceed n unless they used It as a ton
, There' llttto loft lo wcar off ex
Ever notlco that somo of the
smallest automuhllcM hayo tho loud
Frank Robinson says n man think
t,.. Vnr.wn iivnrvthliie. hut Iota or
'girl uio rougo ami blondlno and gel
by with It.
Dolly had been praying for n long
tlmo for a baby Muter.
Tho other morning her mothor,
reading the paper, exclaimed: "I
nee Mr. Smith has a lltllo daugh
ter." "How do you know that?" askod
"I read It In tho paper." answered
"Head It to mo," snld the daugh
ter. Tho mother read: "Iloni, on March
Gth, to Mr. and Mr. Smith, a daugh
ter." Tho child thought for a moment,
"Munfmlo, I know whut I'm going
to do. I'm going lo atop praying and
PHEHUMINO THAT CHICKKNB ....
AHH HAHRED FROM THIS PARTY
(ClreoncaHllo, Ind.t Herald.)
Invitations novo been Issuod to
otery former In Putnam county to
toko part In tho biggest rooster party
, over hold In this county.
MIha Ilra!o Himcy, tlio original "Prima Ihinnn of tho Wlillo Tnpot" In
a ncrno from "Allco In Junglel'ind," tlio l)l nx-ctnclo which will open
lmtli iKTfoniuuiM-H of Iho Al (i. Uni-nes cirrus In Klnmntli Fall
, Monihiy, May 1!
tough llfo It would bo for Hiobo of
us who would hnvo to support thorn
by paying taxen,
Wo uuilorHtnnd that thuro Is no
truth In tho ruport that Alurt, Indi
ana, has paralysis.
You no longor soo ladles' hosiery
dlsplayod In tho magaslnoa nnd art
hooks. Tho competition on tho ave
nues U entirely too severe.
Massachusetts has donouncod high
hoels but continues to root for high
If all peoplo woro In Jail that wo
think ought to bu. think what o
Makes of Auto
Reed Auto Supply Co.
-iljUvrHi or Malm
7th and Main
Kcjnlty No. 1201
NOTICE OF I'OllL'CLOHUKP,
IN THK CIItCUIT COURT OF THE
8TATR OF OltKfJON FOIt TUB
COUNTY OF KLAMATH.
Innl. Tlnoarli Plaintiff. v T. W
Pbencger and J. S. Dalloy, partners
doing uusinos as rnonogur ec nauoj,
i V. T. Eaton nni! A. W. Walker Auto
, Company, Defendants,
notice is ncrouy given inai mo uu
dorslgncd will on Tuosday, tho 20th
.t.v nt Anrll 1fl!1 al S!flO
' ..'olnV I M. n( uM tV lit Mill IIowlO i
. rinruirn IVnlnnnitn nnil 1'lnn atracta. !
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I in ivininuiii r aim, urcguu, uiiui m m
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SaiO Ul 1JUMIIU HUUilUtl, WWU ",,, ,.1
i A 4I. tilI.At IiMiIa fnr iibi In I
, LU lug Hiliiua. utwuu, ... ...
band, tho following described person
al property, io-wii: uno piouci o r.
C-Ton Attorbury truck. Sorll No.
C0111 Motor No. 1)100874; also Ono
Modol 8-13 BTon Attorbury truck;
Serll No. BOOH. Motor No. U100910.
This ialo Is for tho purposo of fore
closing a certain Chattel Mortgsgo
mi Dm Hhnvn ilnnerlbed oersonal DfO-
iporty given by W. T. Kstcp on tho
28th day of Botpombor. 1920, to A.
v wniknr Auto ComDanr and as
signed to Iiuls Roosch.
(Signed) I.OUIB ROF.SCH.
ny Stono and Wlcst His Attorneys
$2.90 to $9.00
rractlcnl painting, gliding, bronx
Inr, enameling, knlsomlntng, wall
paper closnlng nnd gonoral con
tracting. II. C. TUTHII.L
Phono 18S 62G Oak St.
Scaled proposals will bo recelvod
liv thn Common Council of tho City
lot Klamuth Falls, Oregon, at tho
Inttlra nt Mm Pollen Judca un to and
inciuuini' aiominv ino xoiu uur ui
I Anrll 10"1 nt thn hour of 8 o'clock
1 1'. M. of snld doy, at which said t!mot
,sldored, for tho construction of tho
sower sysium ucsignoa ior otihs Au
dition In nccordanco with the plana
and specifications on file with tho
City Engineer of said city.
Tho award of tho contract to tho
successful bidder la hereby ' mado
contingent upon tho solo of JDZi
73G.00 Mills Addition Sower bonds,
and also upon tho approval or tho
nlnn. nml unnclflcatlons thorcfor by
I tho Stato noard of Health.
All proposals must bo accompa
nied by certified check payablo to
tho City of Klamath Falls, for C por
cent of tho nmount of tho proposal.
Tho right to rojoct any or nil bids
and proposals recolvod under this
notlco Is horoby reserved In tho Com
A. L. LEAVITT,
Pol I co Judge.
Dy ordor of tho Common Council,
Uatod April 11, 1921.
Buy Your Shoes at Enders' and
SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
JHILDREN SHOES AT LOWER PRICES
Spring Building Is
Started At Malin
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
We gtvo aft our work personal attention. Uso nothing but first
class matorlal. Lot ub glvo you figures on your painting.
133 N. 4th St.
Res. Phone 531-R
MAI.IN, April 22. Malln Is Just
getting up from a long wlntor's
sloop. Things uro starting to "boom."
A! Kallna will commence to build n
now bungalow on Lakcvlow nvouuo
on noxt Monday. C. C. Jala will do
tho carpenter work. Mr. Kallna, It Is
rumored, will also build threo houses
next to tho ono to bo started next
Tho Voss nnd Flgg garago Is
nearlng completion and will soon be
ready for business. Tho proprietors
stato that business has been theirs
oven whllo they havo had no building
to -work In.
II fr " t 'asb - f.""l - I III I plat I. I
Federal Banking Laws
govern tho handling of your monoy doposltod, horo
at tho First National Hank. Noxt In lmportanco comos
tho advantages of tho Fodoral Houorva System, which
nro automatically obtaned through a 'nationalized'
It Isn't tho slzo of your dopoalts which counts horo;
It's your goodwill and patrouago wo strlvo for.
wiit rfjy r,Fi Ti ii
the First National Bank
V . ) KLAMATH TALUS
ORCQON r c a .
NKW MAIAS 11KSIUKXT
MALIN, Apr. 22. Mrs. Jlllson
wlfo of A. U. Jlllson, omployoo of tho
Malln Mercantile Co., arrived horo
last Wednesday evening from Ash
land, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Jlllson
will Hvo In a houso adjoining tho
Will Vole to Change
Malin School Site
MALIN. April 22. A apodal
school mcotlng will bo held In Malln
on April 30 at 2 o'clock In tho aftor
noon. The purposo of the meeting Is
to voto whether to chango tho high
school slto from tho present; ono on
block 38 to a slto on blocks 41, 42,
G6. 57. 58 and 59. Mr. Kullna Is tho
donor of the blocks In the new slto.
Tho school authorities think that tho
now slto should and will bo accepted.
Hnvo you icn Kclley tolay?
.MALIN HIGH SCHOOL
PRINCIPAL IS ILL
MALIN, April 22. Allen W. Mc
Comb, teachot kf ffce Union. Hlr
school In Malln, has been 111 at his
homo near Klamath Falls slnco Tu
esday, April 12, and has not been
able to attend to his teaching. Mrs.
W. D. Freor has been teaching tho
students during this week.
Take advantago qt my outside ser
vice. I havo a car and like to drlvo
It. You need furniture and would
llko to buy It. Call 41-W and I will
send for you; also take you horns.
PERKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"The FnraUher of Happy Homes"
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