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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
flATUfiDAY, MAT 21, 101)1
The Office Cat
My poor old dog has not (ho fleas,
Iio'n not tho Jorka ami palsied
knees; hn'n cot tlm innriKo and not
tlm niMiu; but ttt 111 ha'n mini).
He's stiff nil nny hnnnball lint; bo
taken no Intercut In u cat; ha
doesn't know when) hu In nt tho
Hut still I sprvatl hit honor 'round; I
pralno his virtu on through lift
town; I mivo him from tho cruel
pound, bocauno hn'n nilnu.
I llo about my pointed raro, I I In
about IiIh glossy hair, I nnmo his
honor ovnrywhoro, bocnuso ho'ii
My dog In shabby and rundown; ho'n
never picked a dog In town; I am
nshamod to trot blm 'round, and
'jret hn's mlno.
. Ho hun'l got tho pop to roam abroad
In March of Juicy bono; ho loaf
Away bin tlmo nt lip mo because
And every day hn gota three foods; 1
cater to his earthly needs; It Is a
carnfroo ll(o hn lead, bocauno ho's
J lot him loaf around (hn yard, a
yard that hn could novor guard,
whllo I (to out and labor hard for
mo and mlno,
It's funny what tin chap will do be
cause possession tollii un to; I
guess I'd board a walrua too If It
I housn a gang of hungry rats, a
bunch of lousy, usolnss cntn, and
Just about an useless brats, bo
raunn thny'rn mine.
Wo havo often folt Hint way about
It, too. Hut what wo atartod to toll
you wan that you ran tiro thin algu
on a atom In Ilraill, Intl.:
Tho Damn Munlc Company
Charllo Rtonn naya tortunatoly for
Secretary Hughes, hn found a copy
of "Tho Comploto letter Writer" In
tho department of atnto.
Itos Nlckerson aaya Castor oil
will novor bo n popular medicine
until It la necessary to got a doctor'a
proacrlptlon and feel wicked while
"DIs hoah coat o' llTln'," obaonrcd
Mandy Morgan, "la gettln aomothln'
awful! Would you belloro mo, a sin
glo ham dono cont mah husband six
months In Jail?"
Tito IVcroclous YourutMT
When a foolish mother pota and
Around a baby 'till It yawns,
Then picks up and patters thus;
A m'nmy's baby, dearlo cuss
Does Itslo, pltslo, oddluma alnk
At it would llkvalo havo a dwlnkf"
It docs mo good In every way
To hear tho pampered youngun say,
An If It was much bered: "I think,
Dear mother, "I should Ilka a drink."
Al Graham, says that noxt to tho
tragedy of having no corn cakes tho
m-orst thing In tho world la to havo
V 'em and then bo bo lato for work that
' you can't atop to oat 'cm.
Chlla'a nltrato floliU, tho principal
aourco of tho nation's' woalth, aro
llmltod to a narrow atrip of arid des
ert' locatod on tho eastern slope of
thri costal rango, west of tho cordll-
lera of tho Andos.
Qt rssult by Ming clou ada.
RKHOLUTION TIM I.
-3H VH BACtC II
- C . SH(3amtT(kis I
1 truck, 1 runabout, 1 Hltidobaknr,
1 Chnvrolot. Htm Dick. oth mwl Klnm.
nth Avenuo, 20-21
Young cnuplo, man iixporloncod In
woods, wlfo good cook or ns helper
and waitress for lumber company.
Can givn roforenco. (loo, I toil nor,
Hod Illuff, Calif. 22-28
Fishing la good now at Kaglo
Al paying business. Hnnp to right
man, Hen Dick, Cth and Klamath Avn.
KOIt RKNT -Now and modern offlco
rooini. Winters llulldlng, 20-21
KOIt RENT Housekeeping rooms
and bod rooms with bath and sep
arata entrance 200S Vino Ht. J'hono
FOR HALB WJiltn rotary sowing
machine. Inqulro Margarot Calltt-
han, 709 Main, 20-21
WANTKD l'alntlng and kolsomln-
ing. I). W. Hurling. Icavo ordorri
at tho Hmoka. 20-20
Kaglo Itldgn Tavern la open for tho
FOIl RENT Now and modorn offlco
roonw. Winters Hulldlng. 20-21
WANTBl Horses to pasture C. J.
Hradbury, nnn inllo east Wilson
FOR BALK Otio 1920 Chandler. 7
passongor car, used very llttlo, for
salo cheap If taken at onco. Inqulro
Army Uoods Btoro. 19-21
WANTED 3 or 4 room apartment,
Closa In. Max Weiss, Army floods
Pishing Is good now at Knglo
For any ono contemjilatlng tlm
oroctlon or a ntoro building, It would
bo to thnlr Intorcst to call at C8
Main strt-nt. An cntlro storo front at
a bargain prlro. Hurry! 20-21
iwmnouan'H hook keeiuno
MACHINE Instruction given with our
course in Doublo Entry Hookkooplng.
Now cliifwea start Tuosday night, May
24. Typing clnnsos now bolng orga
nlted. I'hnnn 439.
W. W. SOUTHWELL.
20-24 Room 3, Loomls Hldg.
Eagio Ridge Tavern Is open for tho
soason, . 17-31
Carpets and ruga cloancd to your
antlaractlon. Wm. Lush. I'hono 190W
BARN FOR 8ALB 14C Bo.
WtANTED Position by experienced,
competent lady bookkoopor-otonop-
rapher, Hox T. K., Herald. 19-2S
Apartment! or sleeping rooms for
rent reasonable. 1000 rino. 10-21
Real opportunity for lumber men!
Will trndo now trucku of 3-4, IV,,
2Vt and ZA ton caDucltios. for lunv-
bor or tloa. Trucks will bo dollrorod
horo, lumbor f. 0. b,.Potland. Wrlto
M, I,. Cramblltt, (Jon. Dollr., Klamath
HAIU3AINH IN UHKI) CARH
1 1918 S'-pansongor Dodge, good
1 1920 C-passongor Dort, noarly
11018 G-pnssongur Ford touring
Just overhauled, repainted and new
1 n-passengor Hnynes touring, good
condition. I'rlco 1300.
I 1020 Ford, ono-ton truck, four
ripood transmission, body and cnb,
Al condition, and n snap.
KI.AMATIC FAM.B AUTO CO.
10-21 I'hono 170W. 224 Main Bt.
Fishing Is 'good now at Kaglo
FOR BALK tip to datn confection
ory storo and fixtures for nolo. In
qulro Mm. K. I). KJohn, Blnson, Calif.
wook-ond at Kaglo
FOR RKNT Slcoplng room, bath,
tic per month. Call of tor C o'clock
C22 Klamath Avo. 16-22
WANTKI) A housekeeper; must not
bo over forty roars old. Ad dross K
R., Herald office. 10-20
FOR BALE Four room house, with
bath, chicken bouno and wood-shod
Uirgo lot, all In gardon, 60x100. (fur
nlshed or unfurnished). Will sacrl
flco at 11200. Apply 1S2C Bargunt
Buglo Ridge Tavern is opon for the
Bpond your wcok-cud at Hnglo
Ridge. 17-21 1 Q
HARN FOR 8ALB 144 So. Rlvor
FOR BALE Modorn flvo-room built-
Ins, pavement, closo In. Dos 1000.
aUAIMNTI.Cn AUTO H.UtGAINS
1 1018 Dodge
1 1920 Special
1 1918 Uulok
Four new cord ttrca.
1 1920 Hulclc
A real bargain.
Run only 1600 miles
UUICK BALKS &.8KRVICU CO.
7th and Klanuitli Avenuo
CITY (.AHUAGB When you want
grhao removed, cU 10P.BS.
WANTED Oood, llvo outomobllo
aalosman. Apply 123 South Fourth
I WEATHER RECORD I
Horoaitcr The Horatd will publish
the mean and maximum tempora
tures and oroclDlUtlon rocord aa tak
en by the U. B. Reclamation sorrlca
Utlon. Publication will covar the
day prorioua to tho paper's lssuo, up
10 a o'ciook 01 tno aay.
Max. Mln. clpltatlon
May 1 . . 67 35
May 2 C3 21
May 3 - 52 48
May 4 ............ 67 27 -
May 6 ............ 58 27
May 0 .............. 62 38 03
May 7 60 85
May 8 JO 29
May 9 08 34
May 10 07 84
May 11 A 76 34
May 12 81 40
May 13 ............ 82 35
May 14 70 30
May 16 Z. 74 29
May 10 62 38
May 17 53 33
May 18 60 30 -
May 19 57 44
May 20 .. ... 53 41
AdvertUlng bring efflctenoy.
If yon wont fresh vcgetablci
' and fruit, como to tho
PALACE FRUIT CO.
Whero you can save monoy
Qroon Peas 1 Cherries
Summer Squash Bananas
Now Potatoes Croon Poppers
0:00 to 01.10 every day. '
10:00 to OiOO P,' M, Simday.
J84 Mala Phoat BM
NoncK von puiilicatio.n
DepurUnent of tfio Interior
U. S. Land Offlco at Lakovtow, Ore,
May 18, 1921
Not Coal Land
NOTICE la hereby glvon that Or
vltlo F. ailck, of Molln, Oregon, who.
on April 26th, 1917, mado Homestead
Entry, No. 010109, for Lots 15-16
(Farm Unit "E"), Bectlon 17. Town
ahlp 41 S, Range 12 E, Wlllametto
Meridian, has filed notlco of Inten
tion to mako final thrco-yoar Proof,
to establish claim to tbo land abovo
described, boforo C. R. DoLsp, Clerk
of tho County Court, at Klamath
Falls, Orogon, on tbo 28th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. A. McCorab. L. M. Hatch, O. W.
(Ira co, Rudolph Kllmo, all of Malln,
Notlco wtll bo publlshod for flvo
consocutlvo woeka In tho Klamath
JAS. F. DUROESS.
M 21-28 J4U-18
Horald elasaltlod ada pay yom.
' For Sawmills
We must look tlio situation of
the lumber business Kquurely in
tho face. There will bo a short so,
son, bow short wo do not know.
One Oilnjc la. certain, when tlio
nxtlla shut down there will be no
mere cheap wood.
O. I-eyton & Co, are delivering
rreen slab, alxtceu inch length,
low nt V3.B0 per cord.
Tlio wine buyer will lay In his
winter' supply now and take no
:hancen on tlio mills closing down.
Every customer "who bought
rroon slab early last year and had
t dry when winter set In, Is pleas.
Hi. Jklany havo placed their orders
already, Ruy early and placo your
orders now and be sure.
O. Peyton & Co.
O. PHYTON ,W. PDTTON ,
1 Mala. PkMt I"
on Goodrich Tires
The decisive reduction of twenty per cent
on the prices of Goodrich Tires and Tubes
which took effect May 2nd, received the com
plete endorsement of tire users and dealers
throughout the country. It was accepted at its
full face value as a helpful, economic move
in tune with the spirit of the times. The re
duction applies to
Goodrich Silvertown Cords
Goodrich Fabric Tires
Goodrich Red and Gray Tubes
Goodrich Tires have earned their reputation
by sheer quality of construction 'and com
plete dependability of service. Every im
provement in making, with many exclusive
betterments is in the Goodrich tires you buy
Your dealer will supply our needs
and give you the benefit of these
new reduced prices on your purchases
THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY
Tho government plans to cross tho
rolndccr of Alaska with tho wild car
ibou to build up a higher grado of
relndocr, having greater weight and
NOOTOH OF 8ALK OF IRRIGATION
year vntll tho maturity of said bonds.
Said proposals will bo rocolved by
tho Daard of Directors of sold Irriga
tion District, and should bo dlroctqd
to tho Secrotary of tbo Entorprlso Ir
rigation District, care of Fred. D.
Fletcher. Loomls Dulldlng. Klamath
Tho Board of Directors reaorvo tho
right to reject any or all blda offer
ed. O. J. HILTARD.
Secretary of tho Board of Di
rectors of Enterprise Irriga
tion District. M19-J20
NOTICIS IS HERBBV GIVEN That
sealed proposals will bo received
until tbo 24th day of Juno A. D. 1921
at tho hour of 2 o'clock in tho after
noon for tho purchaso of Fifteen
Thousand Dollars' worth of bonds of
tho Entorprlso Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon. Said bonds
aro to draw Interest at tho rato of C
per cent per annum, payablo semi
annually upon tbo 1st day of July
and the 1st day of January of each
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON '
We glvo all our work personal attention. Use nothing bat first
class material. Let us glvo you figures on your painting-.
133 N. 4th St.
Res. Phone 531-R
A Series of Human Interest
Talks on Insurance
bV. - 4H
. Ten years from now your fifteen-year-old
son will bo in bus
iness. Ho will run into tho samo
times of stress that befall all
business men. I
You would like to bo nolo to
help him at such times, wouldn't
You can toko out Hfo insur
ance for him now and pay tho
premiums until ho can handle
Insuranco nt fifteen is inex
pensive. Tho rato docs not in
crease. You can establish a
wonderful "worktop capital" for
your son's business life at n very
small cost If you do it now.
Think it over and talk with'
CLINT M. BROOKJN8
..THE NEXT SPARK PLUG YOU BUY,.
AND YOU WILL FORGET YOUR
SPARK PLUQ TROUBLES ,
REED AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Lathy Batteries, Bosch Magnetoes
Stage leaves The Smoke daily
at 2 p. m,. and the Central Hotel a
few minutes later. We use a large,
easy riding, comfortable automo
bile, in thorough repair.
- Stage leav.es Kirk at 8 a. m.
daily. Tickets $3 each way; round
trip $5.50. Phone your reservations;
$ 'Central Hotel 155-W.
The Smoke 175