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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1M1
j The Office Cat
Aw, You Go Sit On a Tack
Sir: George Stovcnson Is threaten
d with a broach of promise suit and
hooscs tho alternative of getting
arrlod, might ono Qeo. 8. speak of
his marriage as a safety match?
Add Hot Sketches
Tho society woman with a pet poo
die, who offers advlco to tonement
mothers on tow to caro for their
From a popular magazlne: "He
looked at hor with unseotng eyes."
Which Is tho way somo folks lamp
Mr. Will Hayes.
The man who doesn't advcrtlso be
uo ho docen't know how himself
ought to stop eating becauso ho can't
Harry Poele: "This morning a
-itlngbug flew right Into my mouth.
What Is that a sign of!"
Arch WIshard: "It's a sign you'd
better keep your mouth shut."
A fairly good singer was Ella,
Her voice, sympathetic and mella:
Her volco simply rang
When somo songs she sang,
But on others 'twas only bolla.
Dob Robertson says anyway, a
Married man doesn't havo to go Into
court to have his objections ovorrul
Tho United State
The United States h a large body
of laughter lorlng peoplo completely
surrounded fry Trusts.
.It Is 'the richest countrr In the
World, nowhero 4s food so plentiful,
aowhero are tho Cows so friendly,
the Hens so Industrious.
When the Hfens die they go to Join
their unhatched children In a cold
atorago Heaven, whero thoy lire for
Ter. So too the Cows, so to tho Flab,
if tbero Is room for them; If not, they
are turned Into fertilizer to keep
them from scaling down the market
To add to tho merriment of tho
people, the Sorcrelgn Farmers and
Financiers passed an amendment to
the Constitution and Holy Writ (see
I Timothy V 23) abolishing Temper
ance, the sin of resisting temptation.
At their bidding, thousands of
acres of deadly grape Tines hare been
destroyed, and If these great and
good men fulfill their promise, ore
long the nation will bo saved from
tie ravages of the vlsclous Tobacco.
The United States Is a largo dry
country bounded on the north by
Canadian Club Whiskey, on the south
by Mexican Pulque, and on the east
and west by salt water. The popula
tion consists of 100,000,000 thirsty
souls, somo of whom aro Americans.
Rollglous to a fault and ambldex
trously prodlgaj they nevertheless
how signs of reverting to the Arbo
A raco of strap hangers Is develop
ing. At certain hours of tho day they
May be seen seoklng tholr habitations J
In great flocks, swinging from strap!
Tho original inhabitants woro Red
Indians; theso were supplanted by
rale Pilgrims, who first settled the
country and then settled the Indians.
Tho Indian practice of painting
and wearing feathers shocked the
Pilgrim Fathers and Mothers, but the
Pilgrim Daughters niado a note of
theso fashions for future use.
Tho capltol of tho United States Is
Washington named after a famous
Britisher who won American Indo
pendonco from George tho Hit tho fat
Gorman Kind of nnsound mind, thon
holding down tho English Throno.
New York Is tho tallest and nois
iest city In tho world, speaking a
label of twenty different languages
tef Ides English, ,
tL E. Momyer wonders why Ever
ett True always carries an urabrolla.
Mrs. Hedderly Gets
Verdict For $1500
PORTLAND, May 19. A $1500
verdict was given Mrs. Lena Hedder
ly against tho federal prohibition
AgonU In connection with the boo,.
Ins of 'her husband lost Docomber.
9a govommont U to appeal the case.
General Reduction for
WASHINGTON, May IB. A gen
eral reduction of wages for unskill
ed railroad employees to bocomo ef
fectlvo July 1, forecast by tho rnll
road labor board will bo mado tho
basis for a reduction of nil classes
of rlalrosd labor, It was understood.
SHIP OWKERS NOT TO
DEAL WITH UNIONS
NEW YORK, May 18. Th0 ex
ecutive and wago committees of, tho
American steamship owners associa
tion adopted n resolution today that
hereafter the organization -would
havo no signed agreements with any
seagoing employees union.
Got results by using class ads.
NOnOB OF SALE OF IRRIGATION
The purchaser may nt his option
pay all cash nt tho tlmo of sale or
one-halt earth at tho time of salo and
the .balance In ono year with Interest
at the rote of six per centum per an
num. Partial axo warned under pen
alty mentioned In Section SO of tho
Criminal Code of tho United Statefl
agalnnt any combination or action
tending to hinder or ombaxra.M the
solo of. the sold lot and Improve
monta'or to provent free competition
""; WILLIAM 81'RY.
S-l -11-86-8 Commissioner.
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NOTIOM FOR mmiJCATION
liprtmit ef the Interior
U. ft. Itiuid Office nt Lnkevtew, Ore.,
April II, lt21. Not Goal tantl
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
seaiod proposals will bo rooolved
until tbe 24th day of Juno A. D. 19 Jl
at tho hour of 2 o'clock In tho after
noon for tho nurchaso of Fifteen
Thousand Dollars' worth of bonds of
tho Enterprise Irrigation District of
Klamath County. Oregon. Said bonds
aro to draw interest at tho rato of 6
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually upon tho 1st day of July
ana tne 1st day of January of oath
year until the maturity of said bonds.
Bald proposals will bo received by
tho Board of Directors of sold Irriga
tion District, and should bo directed
to tho Secretary of tho Enterprlao Ir
rigation District, caro of Fred. D.
Flotchor, Loom In Building, Klamath
Tho Hoard of Directors reservo tho
right to reject anr or all bids off pr
od. O. J. HILYARD.
Secretary of tho Board of Di
rectors of Enterprise Irriga
tion District. M19-J20
MI1M "F" A. R.
DEPARTMENT OP THH TNTRRIOR
General Land Offko
WASHINGTON. P. o.. Aorll 28.
1921. Notice Is hereby given that
on June IS, 1921, at Klamath Falls,
Oregon, beginning at 10 A. U of
that day and continuing thereafter
from day to day (Sundays excepted),
as long as may bo necessary, H. D,
Newell, project managor of tho U. S.
Reclamation Service will, under tho
Act of May 20, 1920 (41 StaL 60S),
orfer for sale nt public outcry to the
highest bidder at not lorn than the
appraised prleo all of Lot 3, Section
23, Township 40 9 Range 8 B., W.
M., containing 40.6 acres with tho
improvements thereon, within the
Klamath Irrigation Project.
NOTICE Js hereby glvon that
James H. Catdwoll. of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, who, on Juno 23,
1915, mado Uomentead Entry, No.
08T6E, for Lota 8-4, Soctlon IT,
Township 41 S. Range 10 E. Wll
tametto Meridian, has filed notlco of
intention to make final threo-yenr
iToor, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before C. R. DeLap,
Clerk of tho County Court, at Kla
math Falls, Oregon, oa the 20th day
of May, IB 21.
Claimant named as witnesses:
Carl Hbwio. S. P. fowls, both of
Klamath Falls, Oregon. Frank Gab
riel, John Totton, both of Merrill,
Notice will bq published for flvo
consecutive wcoka In the Klamath
Herald. JAS. F. BURORSS
The City Engineer pursuant to tho
Resolution of the Common Council
heretofore adopted, having undor
date of the 2nd day of April, 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of tho cost of Improving Jeff
orson street from Third street to
Fifth street, Fifth street from Jeffer
son Btreet to Lincoln street, and from
Fifth street to Sixth etroot on Lin
coln Btroot, Including Intersections;
and tho Common Council having ta
ken tho sarno undor advisomunt and
finding said plans, specifications and
est lmates satisfactory.
IT IS HBREnY RESOLVED. That
said plans, specifications and esti
mates for tho Improvement of the
aforesaid streets, including Intorooo
lions', be and tho aamo aro horoby
AND DB IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That tho Common Council horo
by declares its intention to Improvo
said portions of Jefferson street,
Fifth st root and Lincoln streot In
accordance with nald plans, specifi
cations and estimates; said Improve
ment to consist of paving said por
tions of Jefferson street Fifth street
and Lincoln street with Concrete.
Wllllto or nitullthlc. Tho estimated
cost of tho Improvement of said por
tions of said streets. Including Inter
sections, by placing thereon either
Concrete Bltullthic or Wllllto. or
other hnrd surface pavement to bo
$81170. SB, nnld cont including grad
ing, rolling, curbing and content
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, by tho Common Council that tho
following described property bo and
la horoby doolnrod bonoflttod by said
Improvement, to-wll: Lots G, 4, 3, 2,
1, Block 48, Lots 0, 7, 8, 9, 10 Block
41, Lots G, 4, 3, 2, 1 Block 47, Lots
6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Block 4,2. Lots G, 4 and
westerly half of Lot 3 in Block 46,
Lota B, 6, 4, 7, nnd tho westerly half
of liOts 3 and 8 In Block 43, Iots 1
and 2 end tho eastorly half of Lot 3
In Block 42. Lots 1 and 2 In Block
43, Lots 1, 10, 2, 9 nnd easterly half
of LoIr 3 nnd 8 In Block 36, and Lots
0, 7. 8. 9, 10 In Block 36; nil In Flntt
Addition to tho City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon; nnd that said property
nbovn listed nnd described bo nnd
hereby Is declared to lo assessed for
tho oxpenso of snld Improvomont.
AND BE IT BURTHER RESOLV
ED, That Monday, tho 6h dny of
Juno. 1921. n.t tho hour of 8 o'clock
P. M., nt tho Council Chnmborn nt
tho City Hall, bo flxod na tho tlmo
nnd place for tho hearing of obioc
tlons and romonstraneos against rtho
snld proposed Improvomont nnd tho
Police Judgo Is horoby directed to
causo notlco of said hearing to bo
published ns by Chnrtor provided.
STATE OF OREGON, )
Count)' of Klamath, )ss.
City of Klamath Falls. )
I, A. L. Loovltt, Pollen Judgo of
tho City of Klamath Falls, Orogon.
do horoby cortlfy that tho foregoing
Is a duly onrollod copy of a resolu
tion ndoptod by tho Common Council
on tho 9th day of May, 1921, de
clorlng Its Intontlon to Improvo Jof
forson street from Third Btreet to
Fifth street. Fifth streot from Joffnr-
son street to Lincoln street nnd Lin
coln street from Fifth streot to Hixtn
street. Including Intersections, nnd
approving tho plans, specifications
and estimates of costs submitted by
tho City Englnoor.
A. Ij. I.hJAVin.
18-23 Police Judge.
A Resolution ItccJitrlnK the Intention
. of the City of Klamath Falls, Onv
(ton, to Change the (I rude nt the
InterMVtlon of Seventh Street and
Walnut Avenue from Wevullon
140 to Klovntlon 118,
WHEREAS, It Is doomed expedient
to chnngo tho present grndo at the
Intersection of Seventh Street nnd
Walnut Avenuo from elevation 140 to
BE IT RESOLVED. Thnt tho Com
mon Council horoby declares Its In
tontlon to chnngo tho grndo at tho
Intersection of Sevonth 8treel nnd
Walnut Avenuo from, elevation 146
to olnvntlon 148.
8TATK OF OREGON, )
County of Klamath, )ss.
City or Klamath Falls, )
I. A. L. Leavltt. Pollco Judge of
said city abovo montlonod, do horoby
Cortlfy thnt the foregoing Is a duly
enrolled copy of tho resolution passed
by tbo Common Council on tho 16th
day or May, 1921
A. L. LEAVITT,
17-27 Pollco Judge.
May 19, 20 and 21
FRIDAY MAY 20 BIG DRESS-UP NIGHT
2s, $10 Prizes .Jte
1 BEST LADIES' COSTUME.
2 BEST GENTLEMEN'S COSTUME.
3 MOST COMICAL COSTUME.
BIG PARADE STARTS AT 9:30 P. M. '
REMEMBER FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 20, IS THE
Big Jazz Night
STOPPED THE "DOUBTING
THOMASES" AND BOOSTED
SIEMENS' STOCK ANOTHER
Thousands of people would not
believe there was oil in the Klamath
Valley until they saw it with their
SEEING IS BELIEVING.
These thousands are now con
vinced. A constant stream of citi
zens have gone into the First State
Bank since Monday to see the can
of oil which was baled up from the
bottom "of the Siemens well.
These thousands, and in fact the
whole population of Klamath are
happy, and rejoice at this visible evi
dence of coming prosperity and pro
fits. BUT WHO WILL GET THE
BIG END OF THESE PROFITS?
The ones who were wise enough
and game enough to buy Siemens'
stock BEFOR.E THE OIL WAS
STRUCK. Last yeaY that stock was
sold for $100 per share. Today peo
ple are offering ten and twenty
times that for it and none is for sale.
MORAL Buy OUR STOCK
NOW, WHILE IT IS BEING OF
FERED AT THE GROVND
FLOOR PRICE OF $1.00 PER
RIGHT NOW SIGN THIS
James Drlscoll, Secy. Wlllltts Bldg. Klamath Falls,
Enclosod chock for t for which plonvo reservo
for mo shares Crater Oil nnd (Job Stock at 11.00
por slinro. for which I ugreo to subscribe upon receipt
of subscription blank.
Mail all checks and direct all inquiries to
Crater Oil & Gas Co.
Office:-622 Main Street