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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TVKMhW, MAY at, 1031
The. Office Cat
State Uses But
Fraction of Power
llrnilil Hitlrni llumiu
HA MOM, Oro., May 28. Of Ore
gon's toliil of 3, HI, 137 CHtliiuilod
liorniwiKiwdr in Itn numerous ntroaiiiH,
tlio nliilo (iiiglnourlng (tnimrtmunt, ac
cording to records on fllo, ostlmaton
that dovulopud and partlnlly develop
oil projoctn roprcsont only 487,187
horso-powor, whllo thoro In actually
ilnvolopod and In uso only lflG,078
horso-powor. Tho remaining 2,964,
2C0 Is going to waito entirely.
After Itmlynnl Kipling
When tho husband faces liolpmcot
every mornltiK I" debate,
Anil hoV tryltiK to oxpluln to liur why
ho wus out no Into,
Thoro Im never any question that IiIh
urgiimnut will fall,
Tor thu fomnln of tho species can tnlk
longer than thu malu.
When tho argument is holtcnt unil
thoy got down to brass tucks,
And thoy land oarh other's relatives
a lot of pungent whacks;
Vou would think thnt tier's worn an
gel and that hi should lio In
For tho foraolo of tho spoclos can
think faster than tho mule
When thoy'ro whacking up tho hoodlo
that he's earned throughout tho
And deciding how to upend It, bo's a
protty helpless grek:
11 In sad for him to look at hli per
centage of tho kalo,
For tho female of tho species can
grab quicker than tho nulla.
Mien they do their weekly hhoppliiK
and they linger 'round the store
Till tho husband thlnkii thut IIvIiik Is
a moHt decided horo;
Mie can tako n fiO-cent pleco and not
dry goods I'? thn '"I"'
For tho fomnlo of tho species can liuy
cheaper thun tho male
(. A. llflllwoll says that somo fel
lows are so nll-flrod lazy thnt thoy
rldr In a flivver so they won't hnvo
to tako tho troublo to shnko tho
nshts off their cigars.
"Who Is tho Ideal woman?" asks
a noisy rontoni. Modesty forbids
that wo sing our family praises In too
loud n key, but Just at this minute
she.ls singing llghlhoortedly ovor a
batch of cream biscuits so Reed and
toothsome that "u nover daro show
them to any unscrupulous friend of
ourn for foar ho'll trump up charges
against us and try to Rot hor to olopo.
Charley O'Neill says that un honest
butcher will trim his moats but not
Tho attendance of Irato and bunk
ed stockholders nt a meeting of n do
fund mining corporation In Chicago,
Saturday, reached tho COO mark.
Tho Vmmtllo Mr. luluwo
Ilutto (Mont.) Dally l'ost
Mrs. Iluhnmn was formerly Miss
lUuol Gainer of West Dally Btreot.
Tho Crawfordsvlllo (Ind.) Uo
vlow spoaks of a "popular school
teacher." 8ho must bo blind and deaf,
or clso things havo changed wunnor
fu'ly irlnco wo wont to school.
HAN I'KDHO, Cal May 31. An
Intensive progrnm of summer and fall
inanouvorH for tho air forces of tho
Pacific fleet Is planned by Captain
William, A, Moffat, dlroctor of naval
aviation, It wun announced hern ra
contly. Tho maneuvers will tncludu bomb
ing tests, designed to measuru tho
valuo of aircraft against nuvul ves
sels. Aircraft will bo mobilized at all
Pacific bases for tho tests.
For that new pair of
grey suede shoes we
have just received a
complete line of plain
and fancy hosiery.
Advertising pays. Try It and boo.
NOTICK Vim I'UIIMCATION
1'UHMO liAND HAI.H
DKIMUTMKNT OK T11K INTKHIOIl
(Not Coal IjukI)
U. H. LAND OFFICK.
At Inkovlow, Oro., Apr. 29, 1921
NOTICE Is horoby given thnt, s
illrcctod by tho Coramltwlonor of tho
Oanoral I-and office, under provU
lonn of Hoc. 2450, H. H., pursuant to
tho application of Herbert I,. Arant,
of Dairy, Oregon, Korlal No. 01 HOC,
wo will offer nt public sain, to tho
highest bidder, hut at not loss than
f2.no per aero, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
onitho 1 1 tli day of Juno, next, at this
office, tho following tract of land:
NlUi Ni:V BKC. 29. T. 38 H.. II.
1 1 Mi 12., W. M.
This tract Ih ordered Into tho mnr
ket on a showing thnt the greator
portion thereof Is mountainous or
too rough for cultivation.
This snlo will not Ixi kept open,
but will bo doclared closed when
thosn present at tho hour nmned hnvo
ceajied bidding. Tlio person mnklng
tho highest bid will be requlrod to
Im.Mfullnl nv mv tn ihfi ltirnlvnr the
amount thereof. I
Any persons claiming adversely tho
ahtivo-doflctibod land nro advised to '
flln tholr claims, or objections, on ori
boforo tho time, denlgnnted for snlo. i
Notlco will bo published for flvo
ronsecntlvn weeks In tho Klamath
jah. f. nimai:ss, nogistor
The Style Shop
707 Main St. Phone 341-W
SHOP IN KLAMATH FALLS
ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO PROFIT BY, THE LOW PRICES
AND EXCELLENT VALUES AT THE STYLE SHOP.
We are featuring the
Jac Tar middy to com
plete your OUTING
Tricoline Suits and Dresses 1 -2 Price
$49.50 Value, to $24.75
55.00 Values to 27.50
65.00 Values to 32.50
75.00 Vle to 37.5Q
Two attractive values in Silk and
' $17.95 Values to $45.00
39.00 Value, to 75.00
All wool and lovely pattern, at
$9.95 Values to $16.50
And by tho way, I'lacorvlllo. Cal..
toasts of bolng tho only town In tho
United Mates which has n blind po
liceman. It might bo very cmbnrrass
lug If l'lncorvlllo woro cnllod upon to
Thoro are stur reporters, and stnr
advertising men, but os yet wo havo
never heard of u star proof reader.
DOIIHIS, Cnl., May 31. C. J.
Laird of Mt. Domo was n business
visitor In town rocontly.
John McKay, a former from Col
or, oxpcctH to loavo this section
soon for an oxtondod trip Into
Idaho to visit old frlonds nnd rela
tives. Mrs. Frank llarr mada a trip to
Klamath Fulla lust wook,
I Announcement him been mndo of
tbo marrlago of 11. Long In Ban
Krunclsco recently. Mr. Long has
boon gono for u, fow wooka oup
ponedly on a vacation or business
trip. A lottor to local frlonds sta
ting tho facta of his matrimonial
voiUuro complotoly aurprlso Dorrls
pooplo. .Mr. nnd MrB. Long will ro
turn horo .on mako tholr homo.
Ilarloy Xllchardson motored to
Klamntli Folia last wook on a short
In milking Ita now "allvor" coin
hgo, Britain omployod tho surplus
nickel castings nsod for bullet; dur
ing tho war.
NOT1CK OF HALK OF lltUIOATION
! NOTICI2 18 IIKItllllY OIVEN That
sealed proponaln will bo rocelvod
I until tho 24th day of Juno A. I). 1921
lut tho hour of 2 o'clock In tho aftor
'noon for tbo nurchasa of Fifteen
Thousand Dollars' worth of bond of
tho Kntorprlso Irrigation District of
Klamath County, Oregon. Bald bonds
nrn lo draw Intorest at tho rata of C
por cont per annum, payablo soml-i
annually upon tho 1st day of July
and tho 1st day of January of each
year until tho maturity of said bonds,
Bald proposnls will bo received by
tho Hoard of Directors of said Irriga
tion District, and should bo directed i
to tho Secretary of tho Kntorprlso Ir
rigation District, enro of Frod. I).
Fletcher, Loomls Ilulldlng, Klamath
Tho Hoard of Directors roservo tho
right to reject any or all bids offor-
od. O. J. HILYAIU).
Secretary of tho Hoard of Di
rectors of KntorprUo Irriga
tion District. JJ19-J20
OUTSIZES IN HOSIER.Y
Black and Brown in HEAVY
SILK $1.65. Black, Brown and
White in Lisle 65c.
GLOVES In 16-button length in
Grey Suede, Black Tan and White
In Jersey, Red, Green, Copen, Navy
and brown $9.50 Value, to
Heavy silk in Black, Brown, White
and Grey. Special $1.95
Heavy silk in Black and
KAYSER SILK UNDERWEAR
In Vests, Knicker,Step-inqv Che
mise and Combination, at 20
Andross-Glover Style Shop
Tho namo of tho letter Q comes
from tho French "queue'' meaning
a tall, as tho letter O Is without a
Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
3.l I I A II SO MfW 3MITH PaoMlScsjo .To.
-"lK CAU. ON fcJ AT 3 CCt-octC, AND
Sifi I NOUJ IT'S 30. VOU CAM
s nf i See, MRS. Tr?-e, just How rr is
pjjf jKjnTo 1VS l2PT uAlTtNg- pv
SAN FIIANCISCO, May 31. Con
fldonco that alt questions of dispute
botweon America and Japan would
bo settled on a basis of friendship,
was expressed by members of a Jap
anose parliamentary commltte.0 which
arrived hero from Honolulu.
Herald classified ads pay you.
STAGE LINE .
Stage leaves The Smoke daily
at 2 p. m. and the Central Hoteji a
few minutes later. We use a large,
easy riding, comfortable automo
bile, in thorough repair.
Stage leaves Kirk at ,8 a. m.
daily. Tickets $3 each way; round
trip $5.50. Phone your reservations.
Central Hotel 155-W, The Smoke 175
have just received a
carload of fine monu-
J-oH)H1U WIS ii I fl'UI
ments and markers, all
new designs. Stop and
look them ever.
G. D. GRIZZLE
Klamath Falls Marble
and Granite Works
1040 Main St