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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TUESDAY, MAY I, lMi
The Office Cat
Sparks of Gloom
Tho onrly lilril calcium tlio worm,
no try to tin Into.
All things como (o him who wntta
anil thou ho linn to illn to got rid of
It's nn III wind that blown nobody
good but who can TELL WHAT IT
Tho pon In tnlKhtlur thnn tho nwonl
but who wnntN to ko to tho I'l'NT
Vlrluo In It's own niwnnl but It'll
awful Mow pay lomotlmos.
Tlmo and tldo wait for no man
and a lot ho cares about It.
Cleanliness In next to godliness
but MONEY IWYH T11K HOAr.
Koola rush In whuro ongols fcnr to
Doauty Is only akin doap but oyon
an utiy man will try to n.ivo bin hldo.
There's many n slip 'twlxt tho cup
and he lip nnil a revenue officer Is
generally to blamo.
An ounce of provontlon'a worth a
pound of euro, (l'ro-wnr iirlons),
Wliero thoro'R a will thorn's n way
aald tho younK nmn who wan cut off
without a penny.
A friend In nord In n frlond In
dood, but thoy'ro Kcnorally l nood.
A fool and bin monoy aro ioon
partod unlonn ho'd wodded to n wife
who known tho vnluo of n nlcklo.
WJien In doubt, tell tho truth
but Rhow tno ho roller who' over In
doubt, theso dura.
Nvcosslty Ir tbu mother of Invon
tlon and "ho enn't holp It
When In Home do or tho Homann
(to. Do and not dono.
Poverty Ir n hard tnHk maotor but
ho semim to llkn tho Job.
Ho who right and run away
MUST llvo and fight nnothor dny.
Pnwf.lco mokes perfect hut there's
notblnic porfoct ro why prnctlco?
Savo tho bent for tho last but
they don't do It with leather.
Mighty oaka from llttln ncorns
grow. An acorn Ir a Nt'T.
IVUtA DWH INN nUIUKD
DIIIH' IN HNOW HANK
TACOMA, Wi May 3. 1'nru
dlso Inn, IiIkIi on tho ldo of snow
capped Mount Hntilor near horn,
which Ir visited ovory Rtunmor by
thotiRiindH of tourlnta, was Imrlod
undor rhow thin wlntor, Bovornl Tii
romn boy scouts who vlHltod Itunlor
pork rocontly had to die u twonty
foot tunnnl ito Kuln entrnuco to tho
holal, A caretaker told them It
Rnowcd cotitlmiouRly for forty dnysj
nnd nights on tho mountain during
Just n TypoKrnplilrnl lrrnr
Well, thai' enough to try tho pa
tience of Job!",oxclalmod tho Hnv.
0. L. HuR, on ho threw aaldo his pa
per. "Why, whot'a tho matter," asked
Last 8unday, I preached from tho
teit, 'Ho ye, thorforo. ateadfRRt, but
the Herald maken It road, 'Do yo
there for brookfast.' "
After watching ix Chinaman turn
hla wfholo laundry upaldo down In o
futile aoarch for our ahlrt. wo can
not accept that scientist's theory that
a Chinaman dlncovorod Amorloa In
1073 II. C.
I OREGON BREVITIES j
OREOON CITY, May 3. Notlco of
reduction In tho wago ncal" hna boon
posted by both tho Hawloy Pulp &
Paper company and tho Crown-Wlltn-
motto company, offoctlvo May 1.
SALEM. May 3. A system, of
cIoro InRpoctlon to vrotoct tho North
woat atatou from potatoes Infected
with tubormoth In California has
boon arrangod by tho horticultural
officials of California and itho. North
west roglon. 0. A. Turk of Salem.
chalrmnn of tho state board of horti
culture, haa Just roturned from Sac
ramento, whoro a conforenw was
' CHINESE CITY ADOPT8
CANTON, China. May 3. A com
mission form of munlclpol govern
ment, tho first In China, has boon In
stituted hero under a proTlslonnl
charter. Bun Ko, aon of Dr. Bun Yot
een, first prosldont of Chlno, Is may
or. Tho administration consists of an
executive council composod of rIx
departmental commissioners and tho
mayor, who l chairman.
Jn 'advisory council of thirty, ton
appointed by Itho provlRlonal govern
or, ton olected by the pooplo, and ton
ohoson by organisations representing
certain' classes within tho city, func
tions as advisory body to tho execu
tive council, which admlnlstora gov
ernment of the municipality.
Mayor Bun wan educated at the
Vftlrtrsltr ot California. He has boon
Appointed to serve five years, follow
ing which mayors win bo elected,
itAM) i:a(Jm:h i'lentii'Ul
CASTLE HOCK, Wwill., May 3.
Until onglns seldom noon In thin sod
tlon, nppoiirod horo In largo nuinbnni
rocontly, having boon attracted by
tho run of smolt In the noar-liy
streams, diving In tho water for tho
A dollar In tho fortuuo toller's
hand Is worth moro than tho fortu
nate prediction you got for It.
Klamath Falls, Ore. 4-20-1921
To Milk Consumers:
Owing to tho decline In othor arti
cles of food, we wish to do our par.
Wo will mhko tho following prices of
milk and cream till further netice:
1 qt, dally for 30 day ... 3.00
2 qtn. dally for 30 days... 7.C0
S qts. dally for 30 day 10.80
4Sqt. dally for 30 days 13.80
i qtn. dally for 30 day 12.00
1 pt. dally for 30 days 2.2C
U Pt. T. C, dally for 30 daya J3.00
V, pt. T. C, dally for 30 days COO
V4 pt. W. O., dally for 30 days COO
I pt, milk and M pt. T. C.
dally for 30 day $C2C
1 pt. milk and pt. T. C.
dally for 30 dayn 7.2S
1 qt. milk and U Pt. T. C.
dally for 20 days S.00
1 qU milk and pt. T. C.
dally for 20 days 8.90
2 qtn. milk and W pt. T. C.
dally for 30 dny 12.S0
Uuttor misk 15e per gnl. at plant;
20c dollvarod on rout'i.
Lot us convince you wo furnish
NOTICE FOK PU11MOATTO.V
DEPARTMENT OP TUP. IXTIWIOlt
U. H. I.nnd Offloa at Ikm1ew, Ore
gon March 4, 1M1. Nt Coal Lnml
Notice hi heresy given that Hoy
P. Durbln whose post-office address
Ir care K. K. K. Store, Klamath
Palls, Oregon, did, on tho 26th day
of June. 1S20, fllo In this office
Sworn Statement and Application,
No. 011483, to purchaao the RVi
SBU Bee 12. T. 38s., It. 11 H.. Lots
3, 4, 8ectlon 7, Township 88s, Kange
12D. Will. Meridian, and the timber
tberon, under the provisions of tho
act of June 3, 1878, and acts amend
atory, known as the "Tlmbor and
Btone Law," at such valuo as might
bo fixed by appralsomont.'and that,
pursuant to such application, the
land and timber thereon havo )pon
the tlmbor estimated 260M board
root at fl.00 per M, and tho land
$160.00: that said applicant will of
fer final proof In support or bis ap
plication and aworn statement on the
20th day or May, 1921, before Dert
O. Thomas, U. S. Commissioner, at
Klamath Palls, Oregon.
Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchaao before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any tlmo boforo patent
Issues, by tiling a corroborated affi
davit In this office, nlleglng facts
which would dofoat tho entry.
Notlco wilt bo published for nlno
consecutive weeks In Tho Evening
Herald, at Klamath Falls. Oregon.
JAS. P. DUROES3
NOTICI3 POK PUnLlOATION.
Not coal land
DICPAUTMBT OP THK INTKBIOR
U, 8. Land Office at Lskevlow, Oro-
gon, March 23, 1921.
Notice Is horeby given that Hlla M.
McMillan, whoso post-offlco address
Is 117 Pine St., Klamath Falls, Oro
gon, did, on the 24th day ot Juno,
1920, tile In this office Sworn State
ment and Application, No. 011479,
to purchase the BWW, BUtf, BHU
SWW See. B: N NW, Section 8.
Township 38S, nango 12 19, Wlllnm
etto Meridian, and the tlmbor thore
on, under tho' provisions ot tho net
ot June 3, 1878, and arts amonda-.
tory, known at tha "Timber and
Stone Law," at such valuo as might
be tlxod by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application, the
land and tlmbor thereon have boon
appraised, Pour Hundred Twonty
Dollars, the timber estimated 300 M
board feet at $1.00 per M. and the
land $130.00$ that said applicant will
offer final proof In support of his ap
plication and sworn statemont on tho
4th day of June, 1921, before Bert
C. Tbomas, U. S, Commissioner, at
Klamath Palls. Oregon.
Any porson Is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time before patent
Issues, by filing a corroborated affi
davit Ir this office, alleging facts
which 7 ould defeat the entry.
Notts, i will be published for nine
eonsaeu.lve weeks In the Evening
Herald, Kluranth Pulls. Ore.
JAS. F. BUnOBSB, Register.
, Apr, 5'1M'S8 May 8-10'17-ai,
HUMMONH FOIl PUIIMOATION IN
POItKOIiOHUltH OP TAX LIKN
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OP THIB
BTATIfl OP OREGON POR KLAM
Davo Llskoy, Plaintiff
A. tiauthler and J, Oautblor, Defendants.
To A. Onuthlsr nnd J. Oautblor tho
nbovo named defendants.
, In tho Namo of tho Stato of Ore Ore
eon: You aro hnroby notified that Dave
Llskoy tho holdor of Cortlflcato of
Dollnquoncy numborod 1214 IsRued
on tho 20th day of February 1021
by tho Tax Colloctor of tho County of
Klnmath, State of Orogon, for tho
amount of Six and 82-100 Dollars,
tho same bolng tho amount thdn duo
and dollnquont for taxed for tho year
1910 togothor with ponalty, Intorcst
nnd conts thoroon upon tho ronl prop-i
orty assossod to you, of which you are
tho owner nil appears of rocord, situ-;
ated In said County and Stato, andj
particularly bounded and described
an follows, to.-wlt:
Northeast Quarter (NE of tbo
Boulhwcit Quartor (BWV4.) of sec
tion 25, township 88 South, Range 10
East of thn Wlllamotto Meridian.
You aro further notified that said
Dave Llskey has paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent
yenrs, with tho rato.of Interest on
said amounts as follews:
Yoar'fl Date Tax Amount
Tax Paid Receipt No.
1818 Feb. 28 1921 7643 $C4I
119 Feb. 26 1921 7279 8.26
Bald A. Oauthler and J. Oauthler
as tho owners of the legal title of the
above described property as the aamo
appears of rocord, and each of the
other persons above named are here
by farther notified that Dave Llskey
will apply to the Circuit Court of the
County and State aforesaid for a de
cree foreclosing the Ilan against lbs
property above described, and men
tioned In said certificate. And you
aro hereby summoned to appear with
in sixty days after the first publica
tion of this summons, exclusive of tbo
day of snld first publication, nnd do
fend this action or pay tbo amount
duo as abovo shown, together with
costs and accrued Intercut, and In
casa of your failure to do so, a do-1
oroo win do rendered roreciosing tno
lion of said taxes and costs against
the land nnd premises nbovo named.
This summons Is published by ord
er ot tho Honorable D. V. Kuyken
dall, JudRo of tho Circuit Court of
the Stnto ot Oregon for the County
of Klamath and said order was mado
and dnted this 28th day of March
1921 and tho dato or tho first publi
cation of this summons in the 28th
dny ot March 1921.
All process and papers In this pro
ceeding may be served upon the un
dersigned residing within the State
or OroRon nt the address hereafter
W. B. WILET.
Attorney tor Plaintiff I
Address 206 Odd Fellows' Building,
Klamath Palls, Oregon.
M 29, A 5-12-19-20 M. 3-10
The City Engineer pursuant to tho
Resolution of tho Common Council
heretofore ndontcd. having under
dato of tho 9Ut day of April. 1921,
mod plana, specifications nnd esti
mates of tbo cost of Improving Wash
ington ntroet from tho oastorly lino
of Third stroot to tho easterly lino ot
Fifth etrcrit. Including the Fourth
street nnd Fifth stroot Intersections;
and the Common Council having
taken tho samo undor advisement
and finding paid plnnn, specifications
and cstlmnlctR satisfactory,
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED, That
said plans, specifications and esti
mates for tho Improvement ot Wash
ington Rtreot from Third stroot to
Fifth stroot. Including Intersections,
bo and tho eamo ara horo by approv apprev
ed: AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That the Common Council horo
by declares Its Intention to Improve
said portions ot Washington ntreot
In accordance with sold plans, speci
fications and estimates; said Im
provement to consist of paving said
portions of Wtahlngton street with
concrete, bltullthte or wllllto. Tbo
cstlmatod cost ot tho Improvement ot
said portion ot said st roots by plac
ing thoroon olthor concroto. bltull
thlc or wllllto to bo $10,996.75, said
rost including grading, rolling, curb
ing and comont sidewalk.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, By tbo Common Council that tho
following descrlhod proporty bo and
Is horoby declared benefitted by sab!
Improvement, to-wlt: Lot fi. Block
SI Lots 6 nnd 7, Block 7 Ewnuna
Holghta Addition, Lots 7, 8, 9, 10,
Block 48 and Lots 1 and 2 Block
10 In PIrnt Addition to tho City ot
Klnmath Falls, Oregon, Lota 1, 2, 3,
t. 5, Blhok 50, and Lota 6, 7. 8, 9,
10, Block 47 In First Addition to
tho City of Klamnth Falls, Orogon.
ind tho High School property: nnd
that said property nbovo listed and
described bo nnd hereby Is declared
to bo nssossed for ho oxponso of said
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED. That Monday tho 23 day of May,
1921, at tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M
at tho Council Chambers nt tho City
Hall, bo flxod na tho tlmo nnd plncn
for tho horning of obJontlons and
remonstrances against tho mid pro
liosod Improvement nnd the Pollco
ludgo Is horeby directed to causo no
tlco of said hearing to bo publlshod
ns by tho Charter provldod.
STATE OP ORECION. )
County of Klamath. )ss.
City of Klamath Palls,)
I. A. L. Loaviitt. Pollco Judgo of
tho City of Klamath Falls, Orogon,
do horeby certify that tho foregoing
Is a duly enrolod copy ot a resolu
tion adopted by the Common Council
on tho 25th day of April, 1921, do-
calrlne Its Intention to Imnrove
Washington street from the oastorly
lino or Third street to the easterly
lino of Fifth fttroet. Including the
Fourth street and Fifth street Inter
sections, and approving the plans,
specifications and estimates of costs
submitted by the City Engineer.
A. IJ LKAVITT.
8;P. Folic Juflgo,
Makes of Auto
Reed Auto Supply Co.
lllh. St. Near Main
Don't blamo the man who prides
hlmnolf upon his birth; without it ho
Don't think that whisky Is a drug
on tho markot because It Is sold In
Don't worry about thing tbatt
can't bo romodlod. Make tho beat of
A groat many men succeed by mak
ing tbe most ot othor people' opportunities.
STARTING APRIL 30
Leaves Rex Cafe 9 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Leaves Algoma 10 A. M. and 6 P. M.
RECKARD AUTO SERVICE
i v?fy I
tve take jffm right
before kr eyes!
if-" ir& rs. j: .yg
ANNOUNCEMENT TO OUR CUSTOMERS!
Our pay rolls havo to bo met with spot eash. Whtul omsUU
havo been tightened and curtailed and In many lattssoM MtfltH
withdrawn. A largo portion ot our purchaaea'ar now OMh.
Our creditors rigidly require Immediate paymeat eft aCeMkrUr U
thoy fall due. '
Our own collections nave become more and mors dUJteitt fceaa
month to month until our bills receivable now assent t aM
tlcally so much Dead Capital. In order to continue basbtes as
anything llko a sound basis It bas become necessary to 8KXI F4HI
SPOT CASH ON DELIVERY ONLY, BEGINNING MAT 1ST.
Contractors and .others requiring frequent deliveries may arsld
tho Inconvenlenco ot dally cash settlements by making er4R de
posits In advance. t
Wo greatly regret our Inability to longer continue credit
odatlous to our customers and trust the public will appreciate Ms
conditions which havo made this change In policy aecsssary.
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
LAKESIDE LUMBER CO.
' v '
More Price Reductions by
Entire Line of Implements
Now at LOWER PRICES
In view of the recent reduction in the price ot
steel, we now announce lower prices for our entire
line of farm machines and implements not covered
by reductions previously announced.
All lower prices take effect at once
The reduction in the price of steel comes after all
the material for the machines and implements ,we
will sell this year has been provided, and will there
fore have no bearing on the manufacturing costs of
such machines. However, it does enable the Com
pany to. buy materials at lower prices for future
manufacture, and in accordance with our an
nounced policy we now quote those prices, the
Company taking the loss on machines already fin
ished and materials on hand.
Full information regarding our lower prices on .
binders, mowers, and all other harvesting, haying and
corn machines, tillage, implements, tractors, engines,
and all other I H C farm machines can be obtained
from any International Dealer.
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
Chicago fc2E5S usa
92 franco Homes and 15,000 "Dealers In tbe United Slates