1'AflH TnitKR THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON THURSDAY, MAY B, J 021 I.. i r1 1 . . '.! The Office Cat r 1IY J UN I It H An UniiaI "Tlio mlltor pulil," thin tlio pout Im- gMI, Tlion n thrill of Joy iilmoHt nuilllily run Through our volnn. Imt wo ntooil ills- tnnydd, ' Each recalling fitlturo ami mnply purso, Arid know his success, "Tlio mlltor paid Not tlio Ivnnt uttvntlnn lo my verso." Tlio Tales of Dontl Miii "I)nd men loll nu inliw," obm'rv- cit tlio Hoko, "Mnylio not," commented tlio fool. "Hut tholr tombstone nro nwful liars." And what ha become- of tlio o. f. mnn who used to nay "Nothln' nml nothln' make nothlii' with nothln' io carry?'"- 1 ' Percy Evan anyn somo families Roiintonic nnd In .others Mm head of tlTo house U nlwaya spilling catsup on" tlio clonn tnblo rloth. &S I Hull! Yen, Wo In sweet, It U n treat. 'ThougtiMl doe drlvo you dnffy And yot, why nhouMn't It !i swoot. ""When It I mostly tnffyT And what linn ln-conm of tlio prln coss who used to say that everything 1 olthor "cuto" or "flcrcoT" ' Hnm Hmllh says this prohibition In u serious muttor. What tlio link In father goiinii do wln-n ho slnm tin door and leave tlio houwi uflor n two-"hour Jawlni: match with mother? til rang" Ak friends for help, nnd, I'm nfruld Not ono of tlinm wilt hood It, Jlut thoy nro quick to offer aid Whim they think you don't nuod It. "Keeping liquor may not bo on of foniio," commcntH (lurry, rehashing n hoodlln. "provided your' frlond don't know you'vo got It." Tlio street car conductor who sllpi you tho wlckod glaro vrliun you linn-J lilm flvo jK-nnli, I tho iwimo ono who chucklm nudtbly ns ho gives you hack DC cunts lu ulcklc. When In Doubt, Wrllo a tan duntlo' render, do not his When you road n virno llku thin; i' For yon little ilronm. I'll bet. How It mado tho writer iiweat. I, llm 1'iMrr llouwlioldcr 'Thour.li tho day Is warm nnd sunny, dloom porvndon his weary soul, j nohold In him u brokeu-licar'.od itt-in: 'Yostordny ho spent llm money For nnothor ton of cpat Ho wus sttvlnu for'ji nlco electric fan. California News CHICO, Mny C Dosplto tho In clomoncy of tho wonthcr, n record crowd, estimated nt more than 7.00T) pooplo, Journoyod to tho Hell & Hon , nott rnncli, north of Chlco, Monday for tlio cIosIiib dny of tho Northorn California roundup. YHEKA, Mny G. Ilonry IUhko, '.cadtnllst of Yrukn, commlttod sul cldo Saturday In u work shop In tho . rear of hlu homo. ,' 0A8TELLA, May C This iovtn rustalnod tho loss of throo homos by flro, nil of tho oast sldo of tho rail road, and' nt tho upper end of tho vlltako. LDOI, Mny G. Tho Lodl Womon's , club Is to proccod Inunodlatoly with tho construction of Its nowt 128,000 clubhouso. This wns docldod on nt tho annual mooting of tho dlrootors. i Of tho amount noeded, $20,000 has already boon subscrlbod. 1 '' REDDING, May'E, Tlio buslnoss ".district flro here va week aj;o Sslur- ' day ovenlne, entailed a loss of 'J12.- ,466, nrcprdliiR to tho ndjustmonts made by tho Insuranco companies on the losses, nil Pf which wore psrtffll. HAN FHANUIHCO, May fi.- Kil pnrior California, will IIhL another largo IIiimi In Imr mow program of In ilimtrlnl iliivnltiiiinniil ivln.n Mm n. Western Power company nliirtH opnr ntlmui thin week at Hit imw giant Car- iikiu power pliim on the North Fork of llio Foatlicir rlvor In Plumas conn HAN FltANClHf'o. Mnv r. .. n , Hon of IiIm ntlornoy, llm application or. Tiionum .J. Mootwy for now trial for iniirilor of u prupiirodiiiits ilny Victim In I'.IKi. wim liMKlnmiint In. ilny until May 23d. Tlio nttornoy unlit diilny wiih iinkud to iiiinljlo wIIiioshi'S to arrlvo from tlio East. HAN FltANCIHCO, May fl Many government ntuniiiiim havii bwin chartered during tint past two month for May and J mm loading at North) urn Pacific ports of i;raln, flour and lumber for United Klnndom, Kurqpo an nnd Oriental norl and It In bo- IIuvimI many will bo iliiabln to fulfill I tholr contrarctH flliould tho i-rewH ro- f lino to mint tholr craft as tlio result! of tlio swimmis' strike ordur HIKItltA CITY, May r..- Resident of Hlurrii county, California, nml of Reno, Novniln, mot lit tlio summit of tho Yuba Pass and shoveled snow from tho road Tlmro wan n now fall rocontly, but thin will bo gone In tdiort tlmu. "Klmnrt" Ik coming soon. IIIMOI.UTIO.V Tho City KiiKlnoor pursunnt to tho itiwfiliiilnti of tlio Common Council liorntoforo ndopted, hnvlnc iindor dntn of tho 10th day of April, 1021, filed plans, speculations nnu osii mntin of tho cost of Improving 151 iinmiin i r,ul fmni KHtilnnndn to Portland street nnd Melrone street from niDorndo to I'ndflc Torrnco, InclmllnR Intersoctlnns; and tho Com mon Council hnvltiK tnknn thn samn iimlnp nilvUmnnnl nml fllldlnc said idans. sneelflcatlons nnd cMmntos Mniiurnpfnn IT IS HUnKHY 11K80I.VKD. That nii nlniiH TMfifrnl(nnfi nnd entl ttindtu fnr tlin ItitfirnVOflient Of E1I0' rndo strert from Ksplannde to Port land' street nnd Melrose strno from IMDorsdo to Pacific Terrnco. tiirlud Inif Intersections, bo nnd tho same nro hereby npprnvodi AND Hi: IT KIMlTIIKIt tll-SOI.V KI), That tlio Common Council bore by doclnres Its Intention to Improvo aid portions of KIDorado rurocl nnu iM-'-oao ir.rcot, In ncfordnnro with nn d plnn, speclflmtlons nnd rstl- in iir said Improvement to. consist of n-'uk until portions of KIDorado rtrcei nnd Melrose street vnin iniuii- llilc. (Virreto, AspJinltlr conrreio or Wltlltr The etlmnted eotft of the lirtKNivMiinnl nf knlit nortlnns of satd streets by plnelnR thoreon either Id- tullthle. concroto. nsplinitic concrete or wllllto to bn $16,0 IS TiB, said ect incindlne cradlnK. rolllnR. curblnc and cenwnt sldownlk. AND II K IT FUllTIIKU Iircum.v Kn. Hv thn Common Council tlinl te rntlnu-lni-tnaoHhnf1 nronnrtv he nnd Is horoby dertnred benefitted by said Improvement, to-wii: i.ois i, i. j. Illock 2fi. Illock n! A.1ots 8, 9. 10 11. 12. 13, Illock 38. 1. 2. 3. . B f. ntock 27. 1. 2. 3. A, C. fi. 7. IllorV 28. Lots 13. H. lli. in, 17. 18. 1 ntock 37, l.ots 1. 8. J). 10, 11, 1? Htoek nm-nln . '. " 10- 20- 21 22 ntrtrlc 3, T-otn 1, 2. 3. 4. d. f ntock 29. Lots G nnd 0 nioek -19 nnd Lots 1 nnd 2 In niocx 4 8. nil. In Hot flnrlnus' Addition to tho Cltv of Klam nth Pnlls. OrcRen: nnd thnt snld nronertv nbovo listed nnd described bo nnd hereby Is declnred to bo ns sessod for tho oxponso of said Im provement. AND IIR IT FUrtTH'-'n nRTH V KD. Thn Mondnv the 23 ctnv of Mav 1921, nt tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M. at the Cquncll Chnmbers nt tho Cltv IIMI. ho fixed ns ithe time nnd nlncn for tho henrlnR of obleellons nnd rei monstrances nmlnst the snld prong ed Improvement nnd the Pollen .Tndce Is herehv dlreetod to cause nnte nf nild henrlnc to bo published ns bv Charter, provided. STATE OK OIIKOON, ) County of Klnmnth. )ss. City of Klamnth Falls.) I. A. L. Lenvllt, Pollco Judjo of thn City of Klamnth Finis. OroRon, An linrnliv mrtlfv Ihnt dim fnrnKOllIK Is n duly enrolled copy of n resolution ndopted nv inn unnimnn iihuvh " the 25th dny of April. Ip21. declar ln IU Intention to Improve nnnrado street from Ksnlanado to Portland street nnd Mnlroso street from KlDo rado Ho Pacific Terrnre. Ineludlnn In tersections, nnd nnpmvlnR tho plans. .tw.i-lflrnllnn nnd osllnuitos submitt ed by tho City EnRlneor. A. h. LKAVITT. g.9 Police .ludRO, ItKfiOLUTION Tho City Council pursunnt to tho nosolutlon of tho Common Council horotoforo adoptod, having under dnto of tho Socond dny of April. 1921, fllod plans, specifications nml oatlmatos of tho cost of Improving South ltlvoraldo streot from Woat Main stroot to tho City Limits nnd West Main street from ond of pnvo mont at CotiKor nvonuo to tho wemt orly lino of Bouth Illvoroldo stroot, Including Intersections; nnd tho Common Council having taken same undor ndvlsomont nnd flndlm; said plana, specifications nnd catlmntna satlsfaetory. IT IS HEREnY IlFvSOLVED. That said plans, specifications nnd ostl matea for Itho Improvomont of South nivorsldo stroot from West Main etreot to tho City LimltB and West Main street from ond of pnvomont nt Conger nvonuo to tho westerly lino of South Riverside stroot, Including Irt'tersoctlons, be, and the tamo are horoby appreved: AND nE.-IT FUUTHEU ItEPOLV ED, That tho Common Council horo by ijeclar lla Intentlpn to Improvo Graduation Dresses at $15.00- $19.75 places in the SPORT SKIRTS IN I'LAIIW AND HTHIPIW, HKIlflKH AT $8.95, $12.95, $17.95 ONK Wonderful Wraps and' Coats FINKHT OF FAlllllJ-H, HMAKTK.HT OF TA1LOIHNO. roil DHKHH, IIUHINKHH OK MOTOIt. V4 m IlIX'ULAK PIIICIM Andross-Glover Style Shop "" , - i " said portions of South Illvorsldo and West Mnln street. In accordnnco with laid plans, specifications nnu csii- ,tinfn. tttiltf Irniirnvnmnnt to consist of paving snld portions of snld streets wlUi Concroto. Wllllto or IlKullthlc. Tho estlmutod cost of tho Improve ment of snld portions of said streets by plnclng thereon olthor Concrete Wllllto or nilullthlc to bo S37.G18 10, said cOTt Including grading, rolling, curbing and cement sldownlk AND II K IT FUllTIIKU RESOLV ED, Ily tho Common Council that tho following described property bo nnd It la hnrnbv declared benefitted by mild Improvement, to-wlt; Lota l ana - iiiock -'. urigmai Town. Lots 3 nnd 4 In niorU 27. Ori ginal Town, Lot 2. Illk 2, WmI Klam. nth Falls Addn. Lots 1. 2, 3, I, G, 0, 7. 8,9. 10, 11. 12. 13. 14. 1G, 1C. 17. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 In Illock 3, West Klnmnth Falls Addition nnd I.ots 1. 2. 3. 4, 0, G. 7. . u. 10. II 12. 13. 14, IB, Ifi, 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22, 23 In Illock 4 West Klnmnlh Falls, adiUlon o tho city of Klnmnth Fnlls, Oregen: nnd that certnln aero ngo proporty In Lot 2, Section 32. Township 38 South, Itnngo 9 East Wllllametto Morldlnn, lying south erly of Lot 23 In niock 8 and Lot 23 In Illock 4 West Klnmnth Fnlls Addi tion nnd that Prt of Lot 11. Section, 32 lying southerly of Lot 23. nioek 3 West Klnmnth Fnlls Addition to tho City of Klnmnth Fnlls. Oregon nnd extending to tho City Limits; nnd thnt snld property nnovo iistea nnu described bo nnd horoby Is declared tn hn nnsessod for tho exncnso of satd improvement. AMI lln VI Mmllircit uriwui. rn. Thnt Mondnr tho 23 dv of May 1921. nt tho hour of 8 o'clock p. m. nt rmiiiAll nhnmlinni nt thn Cltr Hall. bo fixed ns tho tlmo nnd place for the Hearing or onjeciions nnu rvntim strances ngalnrtS the snld pronoicd Ininrnvpmnnt nnd tho Pollco .Illdce Is hereby directed to cause notlro of said hearing to no ptiuusnod ns ny Charter provided. rtatio nv onEnoN. 1 County of Klnmnth. )ss. City of KlamnUi Fans.) I, A. L. Leavitt, Pollco jungo oi tin Pliv nf Klnmnth Tnlls. Orneon. do horoby certify thnt tho foregoing is n nuiy enrouou copy ot a rwuni tlon ndopted by tho Common Council on tho 25 dny of April. 1921, declar ing Itn Intnntlnn to Imnrovo South nivorsldo street from West Mnln streot to thn City Limits nnd Won Mnln streot from end of pavement nt nnnvnr nvnnlln in tlln Wnstorlv lino of South Illvorsldo streot, Including ntorsoctions. A, L. LEAVITT. 2R.O. Pollen Judge. rrzi NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (PllllLlHHF.lt) TVpnrtmmt of tho Tntorlor IT. R. Imnil Offlco nt Idtkovlev., Ore., April 11, 1021. Not Coal Land NOTICE Is horoby given that Jamos E. Caldwell, of Klamath Falls, Orogon. who, on Juno a, 1915, mado Homenioad Entry, n. 087GG. for Lots 3-4. Soctlon 17, Township 41 8. Range fo E. Wil lamette Meridian, has filed notice oi Intention to mnko final threo-year Proof, to establish claim to the land nbovo described, bofore C. R. DoLnp, Clerk of tho County Court, at Kla mnth Fnlls, Orogon, ou the 20th day of May, 1921. Claimants nnmes as witnesses: Cnrl Howie, B. V, Lowls, both ot Klamath Falls, Oregon. Frank Gab- rid, John Totten, both ot werriu, Oregon- Notlro Nvlll be published for flvo consocutlvo weeks In thn' Klnmnth Hqmld. JAS. F, DUROKSS K-21-26-G-12 Register. ANDROSS-GLOVER Style Shop 707 Main St Phone 341 W SHOP IN KLAM MATH FALLS WHAT WONDERFUL VALUES and SO EARLY in the SEASON! This is ONLY ONE of the many expressions heard in our shop the past week. But that is just what we wish to do, give our customers the bene fit of the selection of our beautiful stock at prices that are DOUBLY ATTRACTIVE, while the SEASON is JUST BEGINNING Mat they may enjoy wearing them. Those who have been unable to take advantage of the wonderful values offered will be glad to learn that NEW SHIPMENTS HAVE ARRIV ED the past two days and owing to late delivery have all taken their SPECIAL rKliZZ OF A KIND. V2 OFF NOTICE FOR I'UIILICATION (1'uldb.hcr.) Not coal land DEPAKTMHNT OF THE JNTEUIOK U. 8. Land Offlco nt Lakuvlow, Oregon, April 4, 1921. Notlco Is horoby glvon thnt Frank H. Jobcs, ot Klamath Falls, Oregon, who, on Feb. 1G, 191G, mado Addi tional IL E. No. 09079, for NW. SHU. EV4 SEU. Sec. 23: SE SE4. Section 24, Township 40 S, nango 11 K, Will. Meridian, has fIV- od notlco of Intention to raako final throe-year Proof, to establish claim to tho land abovo descrlbod, boforo C. It. DoLrp. clerk of tho county court, nt Klamath Falls, Oregon, on f-lnlmnnt nnmos ns wltnesses: Chnrles Dalloy. of Malln. Oregon, inicnn Hewctt. Gcorgo Tumor, both of Klnmnth Falls, Oregen: Ernest Honnlng, of Olene, Oregon. Notlco will bo pnbltshod for flvo consecutive weeks In tho Klamnth Horald. JAB F. RURGESS. 7-14-21-28-5 .Register. NOTIOH FOR PUBLICATION ISOLATED TRACT (PublMier.) rUBLIO LAM SALE. Not coal land DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. 8. Land Offlco at Lakevlow. Oregon. April 4, 1921. NOTICE Is hereby glvon that, as directed by tho Commissioner of tho General Lnnd offlco, undor provi sions of See. 2455. R. 8.. pursuant to tho application of F. Hll! Hunter. Klnmnth Fnlls. Orogon, Sorlat No. 011287, wo will offor at public sale, to tho hlghost bidder, but nt not less than 3.G0 per ncre. nt 10 o'clock A. M.. on the 13th day of May, next, nt this offlco, tho following tract of land: NWW NWM, Sec. 10. T. 37 S R. 11H-E. W. M. Tho salo will not be kept open, hut will bo declared closed when thoso presont nt tho hour named hnvo coasod bidding. Tho person making tho hlghoU bid will bo ro- 833 Main Street Phone 91-W Upp's Auto Service DAY AND NIGHT SBRVICH Experlsncod Drivers New Cars Klamath Falls, Ore. WWWMWWMWWAAAAAAA' WOOD W at making Uveiie oh dry quick d SLAB and BLOCK WOOD . - PRICES RIGHT "O. Peyton & Co. O. PEYTON ' W. PiJYTON 410 Main Phona ESS WVWWWWyWVWWWVSVV Our 'entire 20 uiowun i o. STUNNING IN FIM'HT OF THICOTlNEH.TWIIiLH.HKIiaKSAN'DJEIlHKYH V4 TO Vz ItKGULAIl DRESSES THIH WKKK HAH IIHOUOHT UH MANY NEW MODEM IN CANTON, CUI-PE.H, TAFFBTTAH, TltlCOTINES, TWILLS. VA JtKGUiait quired to Immodlatoly pay to tho Re ceiver tho amount thoroof. Any porsons claiming adversely tho nbovo-descrlbed land are advised to fllo tholr claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. Notice will bo published for flvo consecutlvo weeks In tho Klamath Weokly Herald, Klamath Falls, Ore gon. JAS F. nUROESS, 7-14-21-2S-5 Register. NOTICE FOIt l'UDI.IOATIO.V ISOLATED TItACT (Publisher.) PUBLIC LAND SALE. Not j Iand DEFARTMENT OF THK INTERIOR ' " B. Land Offlco at Lakevlew, Oregon. April 4, 1921 VHTfnR ! hnrnKv plvftn thnt. nu directed by tho Commissioner of tho General Land office, under provi sions of Sec. 24GG, R. S. pursuant to the application ot Fred nail, Klamath Falls, Oregon, Serial No. 01120,8, we will offor at public salo, to the high est bidder, but at not less than $5.00 per aero, at 10 o'clock a. m.. on tho 13th day ot May, next, at this office, the following tract of land: Lot 7, Soe. 35, T. 39B., n. 11 H E. W. M. Tho salo will not bo kopt open, LUMBER FOR CASH ONLY ANNOUNCEMENT TO OUR CUSTOMERS! Our pay rolls havo to bo met with spot casn. Whelwala credits have been tightened and curtailed and in many instances entirely withdrawn. A largo portion of our purchases are now ot eUh. Our creditors rigidly requlro Immediate payment ef accbunta aa they fall due. ' Our own collections nave become more and mere" difficult tress month to month until our bills receivable new asseunt U prac tically jo much Dead Capital. In order to continue buslneee em anything like a sound basis It has become necessary U BELL YV& SPOT CASH ON DELIVERY ONLY, BEaiNNTNfl MAY 1BT. Contractors and others requiring frequent deliveries may avoid the inconvenience ot dally cash settlements by making credit de posit's fn advance. ' We greatly regrot our Inability to longer continue credit aeeorn--odatlons to our customers and trust tho public will aWrecWte the conditions which havo made this change in policy necessary- BIG BASIN LUMBER CO. LAKESIDE LUMBER CO. L. line of Blouses off SUITS OFF J-niCKH OI-F IniCKH but will bo declared closed when tboso present at tho hour named have ceased bidding. The person making the hlghost bid will be re quired to Immediately pay to tho.ne colver tho amount thereof. Any porsons claiming adversely the nbovo-descrlbed land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before tho time designated tor sale. Notlco will bo published for five consecutlvo weeks In the Klamath Weekly Herald. JAS F. pUROESS. 7-14-21-28-5 v Register. BLOCK WOOD $6 A LOAD PROMPT DELIVHWMi FRED H. HKOiBItONfiMB r- Iliono 103 J, or Ewabba Box Co.