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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1921)
MONDAY, MAT 3, 1991
, The Office Cat
Two pl!i of apples on tho floor In
tho back room of a local grocery.
"Largo on tho top, sir, ond small
ft tho bottomT" Inquired tho now
alerk as ho prepared to fill a barrel.
"Cortalnly not," replied tho mer
chant, virtuously. "Honesty Is tho
teat poller, my boy. Tut tho llttlo ap
ple at tho nop and tho largo ones at
Tho ass Is tint compllod.
"Is tho barrel full, my ladT" ask
ed tho grocory mam
"Yes," answered tho clorlc.
"Oood- Now turn it upsldo down
tad label It,'
tfd l I should kiss you, would It
a potty larconyT
She: No, It would bo grand.
' 'judge: "Did tho prisoner offer any
Copper: 'Only a dollar, ycr honor,
jhI I wouldn't take It."
I know that Spring is on tho way .
1o sporting pages ovory day
Aro running cols and cols of dope,
Of pennant chancos and now hope,
Or managers and training camps.
Of scouts now shining up tholr lamps
Ot slabmcn getting into form.
Of stars who'll tako the fans by
fCbf, it will bo no tlmo at all
Botoro wo boar tho cry: "Play ball!"
Don't Ilo Too SkrpUrol
Hark Twain onco said, "don't get
More out of on experience than there
la In It." For ezaxnple, a cat will sit
A a hot atoro once and having
aai on a hot stoTO onco, will forever
refuse to sit on a cold store.
Plenty of I'ctligrco
(Klamath Co. Farm Bureau News)
rOIt SALE Scrub bull, with pedl
rree; sired by Mistake, by Bologna,
j Conner. Dam was damdesi cow
yea ever Haw. U. E. Reeder.
Why Tbey Heapee U
(Hedford Mall Tribune)
snry Albers, the rich convicted
Kssrtland xalller, consigned America
e holl during the war, said "once a
sfcaiiiaii always a German," and ex-
sVreAsod a wlllingnoes to fight against
ke land that bought his pancake
"Soar freely, has been freed by tho
afetorney-goneral without even a good
Ubl for bo doing. If the presont lick
sleeps up, it will bo safer ft o be a hell-.
r than a good citiien.
i na Remnlir
For sold foot Keep moving.
For wiakeblto Let it alone.
ftp r lag This On Your Collector
' "Collections can't be very good " '
"What makes you think so?" '
"I noticed you rubbcr-starapod my J
last bill 'pleaso remit.' There must
e a lot of slow-pay follows on your'
hooks If you'vo had to have a rubber
stump raado for cm."
Cause unit Effect
"How do these grouches get
"Many of them were not grouchw
vatll they did."
Can's He Dour
"A man betrays hlss'f by braggln," ,
ays Sim Pourwons. "When I hears a
Man tellln' 'bout how cosy ho kin
drlvo u mule, I known right off ho
ain't no reg'lftr mulcdrlver."
Byron Neud: "The hand that rocks
tho cradle rules tho world."
Mrs. Neud: "Then you come In
hero unci rulo tho world awhile, I'm
Knights of Pythias of Dorrls were
hoots o!t a diinco Saturday evening at
sholr lodgo ball room. Music was sup
plied by locul imi8lcians After a mid
Ight ropast sorved by tho ladles of
tho Knights dancing continued until
early In tho morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Llttlo drove to
Klamath Falls yostorday aftornoon,
whoro thoy will romnln for tho Al O.
Harnea circus tpday.
A. A. Romko, subscription agent
fer the Stars and Stripes, the ex-
sorvlco nowspaper, waa In town one
day last woolc soliciting.
Itoy Tabor, proprietor of tho Tabor
drug store, loft on yesterday morn
ing's train for San Francisco for a
tow days business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Hagol
etoln and Mr. Chesloy Stow motorvd
to Klamath Falls yostorday for a
ohort visit with friends. They will
remain for tho circus today,
Mr. and Sirs. F. U. Patrick of Kla
math Falls, wero In Dorrls Saturday
evening having accompanied tho Jol
ly Dick Lonsdalo vaudovlllo compa
ny. Tho company played at tho Biar
thentro Saturday and Sunday nights,
returning to Klamath Falls by auto
Howard Dayton, an employee of
tho Dorrls, Mercantile company,
droro (o Klamath Falls today to at
tend tho Al. O. Harries circus.
Claudo Norman, Uo for (ho past
week ho beon in Klamath Falls,
whoro ho is employed by tho California-Oregon
Powor company, spont
yostorday in Dorrls with friends. Mr.
Norman formorly had chargo of tho
local powor station and was Interest
ed n a ppQl hal! he.ro,
Mrs. J. P. Bowman has returned
from Sacramento whoro sho has been
visiting with friends.
ii 'I e
itrtW Jdu Wen Keltcy today?
SHASTA VIEW NKWB
Mrs. V. X. Woods, an old resident
of this place, died lost Tuesday, April
26th. after Bevoral months illness.
Tbo funeral services, held at tho
Presbyterian church at Merrill, wcro
conducted by Rev. Wolfe. Interment
was in tho Merrill cemotcry whero
her husband was burled n few years
Miss Emma Kasper, primary teach
cr. was married recently to Mr. Theo
dora Flackus of Dairy. Quito a num
ber of tho pcoplo and children of
this district gavo her n miscellaneous
shower Thursday evening. All report
a very pleasant evening.
Air. and Mrs. O. E. Hunt and son
Cecil expect to stnrt Monday for a
California trip, visiting relatives and
friends and attending commencement
at Iloulah Collego, Upland, Callfor
nln, whoro their daughtors, Mary and
Ada, will graduate. Ada expects to re
turn with her parents, but Mary will
remain and take a nurse's course.
Take advantage ot my outside ser
vice. I bavo a car and liko to drive
it. You, need furniture, and would
like to buy it. Call 41-W and I will
send for yon; also take you home.
l'KRKINS FURNITURE HOUSE
"The Furnisher of Happy Homes"
A classified ad In The Herald will
find what yon have loaf.
The Cty Englnoer pursuant to the
-Resolution ot the Common Conncll
heretofore adoptod, having nndoT
date ot the lift day or April, 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of the cost of Improving High
trtroot from Third it root to the west
erly line of Odar street and Cedar
street from High street to Pine
atxfsl roaludlng intersections; and
the Common Council having taken
the same under advisement and find
ing amid plans, specifications aad es
IT IB IfEREDY RESOLVED. That
said plans, specifications and rati
matee for the Improvement of High
street from Third street to the wer
erly line ot Cedar street and Cedar
street from High street o Pis stref
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
SO akJv eROU3Hrf
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EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
including Intersection, bo and the
same are heroby npprovod;
AND 11H IT FURTHER RB80LY
JQD, That the Common Council here
by declares Its indention to Improve
sold portions of High street and Co
dar street in nccordnnco with said
plans, specifications and estimates;
sold Improvement to consist of pay
ng enld portions of High street and
Cedar street with Illtultthlc, Con
crete or Wllllte, The mtlnratod cost
of the Improvement of paid portions
of said street by placing thereon eith
er Hltullthlc, Concrrto or Wltllto to
be $20,125.10, mid cost Including
grading, rolling, curbing and com on t
AND TIK IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED nY THE COMMON COUNCIL,
That tho following described proper
ty bo and Is hereby declared benefit
ed by said Improvement, to wit; Lots
1, 2, S, 4, 6 Block 0 Ewnuna Heights,
Lots G, a, 7, S niock 6, Original
Town, Lots B, 6, 7, 8, niock C, Ori
ginal Town, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, C niock
6, Ewnuna Heights, 1-ots C, 7, 8,
Block 4 Original Town, Lot 1, 2, 3.
Dlock 4 Ewaunn Heights, Lotn 3 and
4 Dlock 3, Original Town, Txils 1 and
5 WocX 3, Ewaunn HcIrM", 10 .
E, 6. Block 2 Original Ton. Lots 1,
2, 3, niock 1, Ewnuna Heights, Lots
1 and 2 niock 2 Original Town. Lots
1 and 2 In niock 3 Original Tewn:
and that said property above listed
and described bo and hereby Is do
pared $ be assessed for the ctponse
AND HE IT FURTHHR RBSUL.V
ED. That Monday the 23 day of May,
1921. at tho hour of 8 'oolock P. 1L.
at the Council Chnmbem at the City
Hall, be fixed as tbo tlmo and place
for the hearing of objections and re
monstrances against the sold propos
ed improvement and the Police Judgo
is hereby directed to cause notico or
said hearing ito be published as by
STATE OF ORE00N. )
Countv of Klamath, )kl
Cltr of Klamath Falls.)
I, A. L. Leavitt. Police Judge of
the City of Klamath Falls, uregon
do heroby certify that the foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy or n itesoiu
tlon adopted by the Common Coun
ell on the 26th day of April. 1921
declaring Its Intention to Improve
High street from Third street to tho
westerly lino of Coder street and Ce
dar street from High street to Pine
street. Includ nc Intersections, ana
nnnroving tho plans, specifications
and estlmntes of costs submitted by
the City Engineer
28-9 A. L LEAVITT.
Tho City Engleer pursuant to tho
Resolution of Hho Common Council
horotoforo adopted, having under
date ot the 2nd day ot April, 1921.
filed plans, specifications and cell
mates of the cost ot Improving High
Bt. from 3d st. to 6th St. and Fourth
street from Pine Htxeet to Jefferson
street. Including Intersections; and
the Common Council having taken
the same under advisement and find
ing said plans, specifications and es
timates sntlsfaotory. IT IS HEREBY
RESOLVED, That said plans, spe
cifications and estimates for the Im
provement of High street from Third
street to Sixth street and Fourth
street from Pine street to Jefferson
street. Including intersections, be
and Che same ore hereby appreved:
AND BE IT FURTHEll RESOLV
ED, That the Common Council here
by declare its intention te improve
said portions ot High street and
Fourth street in accoraaee with enld
elans, aaeclficatloa and estimates;
said improve meat te consist of im
proving said portion of High street
and Fourth street wtta bitullthlc.
concrete er wlUlte. "Ha estimated
cost of the Improvement of raid por
tions of said streets by pissing them
on either bltulfair. roarrete or wll
llte to be 13O.301.3S, said toM in
cluding gredtag, railing, curbing and
AND n IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED nY THE COMMON COUNCIL.
That the following described proporty
bo and is hereby declared henofltUd
by Mid improvstumt. to-wlf lots 0.
LVItCN THIS FCI.COW
H A S A Uit5 "THAT CADS
AROVJM AW- WT ANO
HMr N "S
cveMlMC just in Tin5 to
S.Af TO CfcTHC-ft A CIT-fUS
SoMCTNlNC rF- HM To
Kr HuSftAMP T&ct-S KG
YOO Cdlie. HOMti ivrcfl HIM
PoR. CDNNCfcR. M2t-v. T3 In,
HC(1 IN A noncMT aivjv-
(Ajei."- isiT "sjouim ano Hve
SOMtsTHlMG TO GAT,
6, 7, 8, Bloek 7, Orlglnnl Town, 1-otn
9, 7, 8, 9, 10 Block 49, First Addi
tion, Lota 5, 0, r, 8, , Ulock 8, Ori
ginal Towa, Lota 0, 7, 8, 9, 10,
Illook CO, Fimt Addition, Lots G, 0,
7. 8, Block 9, Original Town and
High Bchoot property; aloo Lots 1,
2, 7, 8, Ulock 7, 0, 4, E, 0, Illook 8,
Original Town, Lota 4, C, 0, 7 and
westorly half of Lot 8 and westerly
hnlt ot lxt 8 In Block 50, First Ad
dition, liots 4, 8, 0, 7 and uestnrly
hnlf of Lot 3 and westerly half ot Lot
8. Block 47. and Lots 1, 2. 9. 10.
and easterly hnlf ot Lot 3 and east
erly hnlt ot Lot 8 In Block 48, and
Lots 8, 7, In Block 42, ot Firm Ad
dition to tho' City of Klamath Falls,
Oregon; and that nald property abovo
listed nnd described be and hereby Is
deelnred to bo assessed tor the ex
pense of said Improvement.
AND BB IT FURTHHR RESOLV
ED, That Monday, the 23 day of
May, 1921, at the hour of 8 o'clock
P. M., nt the Council Chambers of
the City Hall, be fixed as the tlmo
and place for the hearing ot objec
tions and remonstrances against tho
mid proponed Improvement and the
Pollco Judge is beroby directed to
rnuse notice si Mid hearing as by
STATU OF ORBOON, )
County ot Klamath, )ss.
City of Klamath Falls,)
I, A. L. Leavltt. Pollen Judge ot
the City of Klamath Falls. Oregon,
do hereby certify that tho foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy ot a resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
the. Efth. day Of April. 1921. declar
Ing IU Intention to improve High
street from Third street to 81HU
street and Fourth street from Pine
street to Jefferson street. Including
Intersections, and approving the
plans, specifications and estimates ot
costs submitted by tho City Engineer
A. B. LEAVITT.
28-9 Police Judge.
The City Engineer pursuant to the
Resolution of the Common Council
heretofore adoptod, having undor
date -of the 10th day ot April, 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates ot the coat or improving El
Dorado street from Esplanade to
Portland street nnd Melrose ntrwt
from EIDorndo to Pacific Torrare,
including intersections; and tho Com
mon Council having tnkon tho snmo
under advlsemont and finding said
plans, specifications nnd estimates
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED. That
said plans, specifications nnd esti
mator for tho improvement of EllVv
rado street from Esplanade to Port
land street and Melrose Btrnot from
EIDorado to Pacific Torraco. Includ
ing intersections, bo and tho name
ore hereby approvod;
AND BB IT FURTHER nCTOLV
ED, That tho Common Council hero
by Moclnres Its Intention to Improve
said portions of EIDorado street and
Melrose direct, in accordance with
said plans, specifications nnd estl
mates; said Improvement to consist
of paving said pactions of EIDorado
street and tfelrono street with Ultull
thlc. Concrete, Asshaltlc Concreto or
Wllllte. Tho estimated core of the
Improvement of wild portions of said
streets by placing thereon either hi
tultthlc, concrete, osphalttc concrete
or wllllte to be $10,618.BC. said cost
Including grading, rolling', curbing
and cement sidewalk.
AND nB IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED. By the Common Council that the
following tfenerlbed property be and
la hereby declared benefitted by sold
Improvement, to-wit: Lotn 1, 2. 3. 4
Block 28. Block 89 A. 1x4 8. 9. 10.
BLOCK WOOD $6
ntm n. mhujironrbr
Itioae I lift J, or
(imms Itox t.
right- "turn "
hey re semi
I 1 :
11, 12, 18, Block 38, 1, 2, .1, I, It, 0,
Block 27, 1, 2, 3, 4, C, 0. 7, Illook
28, Lotn 13, 14, IE, 1C, 17. IN, II)
mueK df, lAtlO 1, o, t tw, - ,
Block 3T, U)ta U, IT, IS, IV, sir, 21,
22 Block 36, Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, E, 0
Block 29. Lotn E nnd G Block 49 nnd
Lots 1 and 2 la Block 48, all, In Hot
SprlngM Addition to tho City of Klnm
atlr rails, Orogimi il Uut said
property above listed and described
bo and hereby Is doclnrod to bo ns
sowiod for tho uxpotiHO of siild Im
provement. AND III! IT FURTHER RlOLV
ED, Thnt Monday Urn 23 day of May,
1921, nt the. hour of 8 o'clock P, M
at the Council Cliamliors at tlio City
Hall, be fixed tut itlio time and plnro
for tho hearing of objections and m
monstrances agnlmit tho snlil propos
ed Improvement and the Police Judge
Is horoby directed to cause imUrn of
said hearing to bo published as by
STATE OF ORIHION, )
County of Klamath, )
CUy of KtamnUi Fnlls.)
I, A. L. Leavltt. I'ollrn Judge of
the City of Ktamalli Falls. Oregon,
do hereby certify Hint Who foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
the "Bill itnv of Anril. 1921. declnr-
t.troet from Hspianmle to Porflftna
ntreet and Molrosn street rrom it.jio
rado lo Pacific Tnrrnco. Inrlndlng In
lerHectlomi. and approving tlin Plnns
Bpoelflcatloiifl and ORtlnvnlOrt siibmltt
od by tho City Kniilnoor.
A L, LEAVITT.
28-0 Police tmluo
! Hot Water Each Morning
To look onc'i lit ind frrt one brut
Is to enjov an fmlJo Lath fscfi morning
i iiuiu irom lap sjnrm mo imwui
Jay's wasls, sour f?rtnrnttlon and poi
sonous toxins before it l nLsortvr J intu
the blood. Juit at coal, whrn It burnt,
kavr brhlnd a ctrtsln amount ot In
combuitlbk matcrlsl In tlm form ol
aibrs, so The food and drink taken eacli
day Irate in tlie allinrntsry organ a
rrrtatn amount of ftadlgrtlible material,
which If not eliminated, form toxins anj
nolsona which are then nicked into the
blood through tho very ilncte which are
Intended to suck In only nourishment tu
tu stain the body.
If you want to see the glow of healthy
bloom in your clwkt, to am your skin
get dearer and clearer, you are told to
ilriak rvrty morning upon arising, a
gbua of hot wsUr with a teMpiwnful
of lunntena pbonphatetin It, wfilch Is a
karalea inrana of washlss the wabi
mstrlal and toxica front (lis stomach,
llrar, kidneys and bowels, thus oleans
ing, sweetestisif atui purifying the entire
s --3rs .-'-i1; '"" - gJBJfcaja '.tf 8
STARTING APRIL 30
Leaves Rex Cafe 9 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Leaves Algoma 10 A. M. and 6 P. M.
RECKARD AUTO SERVIC
W. E. and J. E. PATTEWN
We glva 'all Mr work paraoaul ajntlo Uro uoIUaK but first
class matsrUI, Lst as a)v you llarug un jour painting.
133 N. 4th St.
narJe just received a
carlomd of fine monu
ments and markers, ail
new designs. Stop and
look them over.
G. D. GRIZZLE
Klamath Falls Marble
and Grante Works
1040 Main 5L ' '
V. ITAST If
Makes of Auto
Reed Auto Supply Co.
Iltli, Ht. Near Main
Time may be moi.ej, nut most pee
pie prefer the long groon.
in Your Cheeks
allmtpls7 tract, bjltre putting more
food into th7 ikn'scb.
OlrU and women with sullow sklni,
liver spots, plmpfrs or pallid conitiUx'
Ian. alothM who yrikf tin with a
coated tongue, bsd taste, nssty lireslh,
others Ih are bothered with hesilsthrt,
bilious ills, aclil stomseh or conitli
tlon should begin this phoiplialed liet
water drinking ami aie asmrcd of very
bronounccl results In one or wo weeks.
A ntiarier iHiund of limestone plioi-
phsto costs very little at the drug stars
but I sufficient to demonstrate thst luit
ns soap and hot water clesntrs, purines
and fri-shcns the kln on the outskle, so
liot water ssj lliuestono phosphate act
on tho InsIJe orgsna. We must always,
consider tluvt Internal sanitation la vast
ly mors Important than outside tleanlU
liess, beoaUM the skin orr do Dot ab
sorb Impurities Into tbo blow, while Uio
bowel porsa do.
Women wlu desire to tnUane Uio
beauty of their completion should Just
try this for a witk and notice results.
Rs. Phone 961-R