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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WEDNKHDAY, MARCH , IKia
The Office Cat
Hnooks riiiimI soiiihnrly n( Hid dy
Iiik i'ImIkth In tint flrnplncn Onn linml
MipiMirtcd his rliln, tint othnr lylnn
lux cm his kni'it, linlil linlwnon listless
flutters n nolo wlilcli rend!
'Tim lilnl In the cnuo has flown
nml llni prisoner linn battered down
thn harrier lo hrr freedom. I Imvo
iloipi with tint butler. Now I mil
fruit to sour Into tint lilmt i-tlwr, dntic
Iiik Kiiyly nleni: behind tlm IIIIIiik
pipes which beckon to greener
fluid "... ."
It won sinned I' Ilia wlfn.
Iln pondered mull)'.
"Hlii. u'wu)n wiiulil mix hrr mctn
phors." In' snld.
Ilnnlly nny inntorlnt believes In
shins Kiirli na thin: "Hpeed limit I ft
iiiIIm mi hour."
c Vork Mum IU Ww
Ofllfn Rule l(p(ulrt MatM anil
Other Clolhlnit hit removed hvforn
rliiKliiK lime rlock Hen t hit t IhU rea
niinhln ri'Mtilroiunnt In compiled with
out (nil. HIkh In nlflrn of Now Vork
Will llii)n In roIiik lo Import tlio
Hollywood movie lift his wlfn Roes
"Why l your wlfn no Jealous of
"Hho urxtil to Ihi my nlPiniKrnplirr."
Sin Knw llofc
A wotnno wan waiting to buy a
tlrki't fur n concert when a man
'humped Into hrr. Hint glared nt htm,
fcnllng II was itnnn Intitntlonally.
"Witll," lm growled, "you needn't
enl inn up."
"Von nrn perfectly ssfc," said she,
"I am a Jnwum."
Tho AuIoM'n Wlnlrr l'n)rr
Now I go out Into thn cold
I pray the Lord my tiro hold.
If onn nhould liilat beforn I'm back)
I pray n spnrn's upon tho rack.
If Mr llryan nlioulil got tint Ifcmo
rrntlc noinlnntlnn for sennlor from
Klorldn It would ho Just III it luck to
linvn Klorldn go Republican.
Kdliion says ho In going to work
until lm U !) Hut thru Kdlsou Is n
light worker. '
Current report has It Hint Thomas
A. KdUou panned thn 7S-wutt mark
u fnw dnya ago.
Al HnyuVr Hrx
I'.vor notlro how nnmn of thesn hot
headed guy root oft when thoy irot
I'd llko to mnkn thn tIe for men
I'd rhuiiKit llm hnlr rut to begin
II Inokn JilHt Hkn n IMMT MOl' now
And u biildhcnded rut Inokn pretty
Kvnngi'llnn Booth declares that
tint girl who powder her noun In ills
linn est. Hut thn atlrl who doesn't noon
KiiIm thn iiaiiin of being tillrk, no imt
urnlly, thn mujority chooxo tho los
Kunu-tlilnjr Turned tip
With trembling hand and fluttering
lly mull ho did proposn,
And waited for what might turn up
Alnnl It wan her none.
"Tho (mention la," worrlon J, T.
I'orkliiH, "Mlilch calendar do you uno,
tho onu that looks protly or tho
1,11 Ho WJIIIn, taklnK n long walk
with IiIh dad one day naw n lgn
"I'nlnleHH Dontlnt." '
Huld WJIIIe: "Uad, what U a pain
"A palnjopi deatlnt, my. son, la ta
Consultation and Biamlnattoa Free
K. K. K. Store
NO SATIN FOR FLAPPER BRIDES
Fashion Decreet That She Shall Forego Time-Honored
J l v t v vv ht'plaLaLar II
Of rnurni'. thn flapper bride will linvn noun of tho stiff satin
wedding uniform! Unit linvn persUlcd through drcude of cary
IliK funhlon Khn may chnono xntln, of n dollcloun tioflni'im, If
nhn will, hut nhit In lilln likely lo chooio luco, Knuzo, nllver
cloth or noiiiii nxqulitlto illk.
lilt. M)ltKZ AI'I'KAIW
AH OHIHKT .tlV(M'.Ti:
NKW VOIIK, March 28.I)r.
Adnlph I.oniiu nppcuri'd nn tin earn
pl ndYoraln of cnrnoln for wonii'ii
durlnK hln lienltli dpnrtmint (link
"Kvory woman nhnuld wo.ir a ror
not," nalil tho famoun nurxoon "l'on
Ihly thn younc nlrl nlioulil bo
ffpted. The cornrt not only lirarri
vital orirani that nepil hrarlnR, hut In
a uriiTcntlvn of nnlnal troublrn.
"I do not nay that women nhnuldj
HOMJl K-XI'lOOKH ll'ltl.V(.
(IH'ltCII KKItVICKi ONK Ht'llT
OrtKKN IIAV, Win, March 29
Thn pollen nrn InveatlRiitlnR tlm orl
Rln of n ho mh which exploded In the
CoiiRroRatlonal church hern hint
nlRht iturlnR an nddrenn by I.owln II.
Morten, Rpoknno prohibition work
Thn bomb wan made of Run powder
loonely packed In a nmall box. It ex
ploded while being rarrled nut, rutm
Ing a ponlr and InJurliiR onn man
Kay It with Powern Klowern forJ
nil occiinlonn, K'.iininlli Flower Shop. I
834 Main Ht. Pt otto fS9 2D
. . .,, . ""I
I I aSMhlhll A IN
Camo to tho Dosk ranch, Doc 1
onn 8orol pony maro and colt and onn
brown yearling mum roll. No vlnnblo
brands, J. A. Kdwurdn, Itecrentliin,
IIA1U1AINH IV IIOl'HI-S
flood thren room housu near 111k
llanln Lumber company, nt $1100,00,
Only 1-00 cash. Quick ponnesslon,
(iood threo room house on Johnson
Ave. at $1100, Kxcellent value. Only
$200 cuHh and buhiuco llko rent.
Neat three room housu fairly well
furnished, IiIr Invul lot, Oak Ave,,
neur eighth, l'rlco $2000. Very eusy
New and modern four room litiiiKa
low near tunnel on Uphnm Ht., with
two big Iota fenced In, flnn garden
tract, nlco location. ' A burguln nt
$2000. Only $300 cash.
Very neat and modern four room
bungalow on Washington Ht . near
Seventh, with plenty of built-in fea
tures, big lot, just high enough for
fine vlow of valley, A rare bargain nt
$1700, on vory easy terms. A pleas
ure, to show this property.
Tho wlso man will buy now, Trices
are sure to ho hlghor aoon, Como In
and talk It over. Chilcoto & Smith,
033 Main flt. 28-29
Woman wanted for general house-
work. CJood wages, Tho Ueatty Btoro.
Ubatty, Ore. , 28-a
WANTED Used need or Ftbro baby
carriage. Cash, Phono 448W,
WANTKD Woman to work on
ranch, inquire. Farm uurenu office.
WANTHD Man to work on ranch.
Inqulro Farm fluronu office 27-21'
WANTliD TO nBNT Small ranch
around Klamath Falls, or a row
acres with a houso on It, would pay
cash ront. What havo youT Rtato full
partlciilnrH nml rout wnutnd In first
leltor, AddrosH llox K. II. Herald of-
nquct'in their vtnlntn an onco they
did. I am referrlnR to corictn of
today, denlRncd an common ncntc
linen. Thn Important llilns In Hint
thn rnrxit nhould In every Instance
ho a parfert fit.
"I frequently prcc.rllio cornetn
inodeli'd after cantn mado of thn patl
entn under my obncrvatlon. I aRreo
with Health Commlnfloner Copclaud
In 111 n olmcrvatlon Hint u cornet Riven
to a woman the neme of being com
plotely dremied and t linn contribute
to her peace of mind, which beneficial."
to nirii.n iksiit.i.
ItlVKIt.HIDK, Cat.. .March 28.
Commencement of ronntructlnn of the
proponed Itlvernldo Community hos
pital wan advised to thu directors of
the honpllnl recently by Dr. William
K. MuiRrave, of Snn FrancUco, secre
tary of thn ntnto medical society.
Kundn approximating 1200,000 have
been raised for thn new edifice.
( oMi-i.trrn iiicKAiin tiuai.
NKW YOltK. March 28. Tho
Illckurd trial liaK been completed.
The Jury In expected to take tho
rane Into today.
Aftor March 28th. wo will be In
our now location at 735 Main St. ad
Joining Square Deal DniK store. Hales
Niiwh Agency. 27-31
WANTHD Furniture to reflnlsh and
upholster. Work und prices both
rlnht. W. W. Donart. Phono 478W.
Make your nulo now, with Auto-Nu
Day coat enamel. On sale nt W. K.
and J. K. Patterson, 630 S. tith. 27-7
Teuch your dollars to hnvo mora
cents by getting W. K. & J K. Pat
terson to figure on painting, 030 S.
FOR BALK Ono Planet Jurlor gap
den seeder mnj cultivator, nearly
now. J. K. Patterson, P. O. llox 397,
K. F. 27-29
FOR SALi: OR l.KASK On easy
terms, Irrlguted farm closo In. Add
O R. Herald. S7-S9
Fill. HCHOOIi OF MUWO
Present enrollment 38 pupils.
Theiv Mut lio n ItriiMoii
For tho fact that our present enroll
ment Is tho largest ovor held by a
school In Klamath county. Complete
courso on tho piano In 20 lessons.
Course starts at any time, Enroll now.
Studio 300-309 Winters' Bldg. 20U
llox social and program to be given
by Pine Orovn school, March 31, 8
FOR BALK 1 Dodge car In first-
class mechanical condition. Price
right. Imperial garage. S3tt
U'hlln l.ahn,n linlil- Mili'lfa S11 OO
tint 100 TjinnrAil alrnln llnnvv tnvrtra
circular, llenry Tarratt, Corning,-Cat.
Swedish select .certified aeed oats,
ton lota SH eti: less Quantity 3 cU.
J. A, Dushong, Klamath Falls, Ore
gon. M-3-Apr. 1
Vf vaii w,nt IA anil It filiv it tvarf
It. or find II. trr a Herald claaalfled
Painting Fools Birdie
Fly Against Stone Wall
CI,i:VKl,AND, 0 , March 28 - -llo-taiisn
tlm blank wall optiimltn his of
ficii In thn Hwotlnml bulldlnx hud ho
roinn nil "nyii sore," I!. 0. McKay,
decorated It with a InrRit in urn I lands
(ape. This litis rust thn lives of nt
least two birds, McKay said.
Onn tren stands out vividly While
IryliiK to nllttht In this "ImiiRlrinry"
tree, thn birds hroko tlmlr nocks
"I saw thn birds swoop down and
Into thn tree," McKay said, "and full
to the. roof outsldo my wlndou,
PLATINUM IS FOUND
BY U. S. SCIENTISTS
WABIIINOTON, March 29.- -flovornment
scientists after extensive
Investigations have found what they
derlnrn to bo satisfactory substitutes
for platinum for various purposes, nc
cordliiR to nn announcement by the
United States bureau of mines. Ip
chemical requirements and for use
In high-duty electrical contracts
hnwnver, thn nnnouncement said, no
subntltutn for platinum hns ovor been
One of thtf most promising sub
stitutes wns said by thn experts to
lm whnt hns como to bo known ns
"white gold," which Is nn alloy of
Rold and one of thn plntlnum metals.
This 'closely resembles platinum, It
was said, and Is not attacked by nit
ric acid. "Whlto Rold" Is used ex
tensively In ccrlnln classes of Jew
elry hut does not replace platinum In
the manufacture of high class Jew
elry, It wns pointed out
Kxpcrts In tho bureau of mines
snld that owlni; to Its resistance to
the action of nclils nnd most chemical
agents, nven at high temperature,
and to Its hlRh melting point, platl
lum has been used extensively for
thn manufacture of crucibles, basins,
foils and wire, nnd for chemical lab
oratory work. Most of thn metal pro
duced In tho United States Is said
to bo recovered as a secondary min
ora! from placer operations und from
tho electrolytic rcflnlnR of Rold bul
lion nnd blister content. From time
to time, tho bureau said, tho beach
sands of Oregon nnd Northern Cali
fornia had been exploited by promo
ters on the basis of the gold and plat
AtlMY IllIX PASSED
WASHINGTON. D. C. March 29.
Tho houso today passed the army
appropriation bill of approximately
PORTLAND, March 29. Live
stock, eggs and butter, steady.
Wtioat, $1.22 to $1.25.
NOTICK TO riiKniToits
IN TIIK COl'XTV IXHIIIT OF TIIK
STATK OF OHIXiON FOR MAiU
IN TIIK MATTKIl OF TlfK KSTATB
OF CHARLES J. FKROUSON, Do
censed. iNotlco Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administrator with tho will unuexed
of tho Kstato of Charles J. Ferguson,
deceased, by the County Court of tho
Stato of Oregon for Klamath county.
and all persona having claims against
tuild estate are hereby notified to
present snmo to tho undersigned nt
my office at tho American National
bank, Klnmnth Falls, Oregon, within
six months from tho dato hereof.
Dnted this 29th dny or Mnrch, A.
1 K. M. iiuiin.
Administrator of tho Kstntn of
Charles J, Ferguson, Deceased.
M 29, Apr. H. 12, 19, 26
NOTICK OF HHKRIFF'S HAI.K
lly Vlrtno of an execution on foro
closuro duly lssud by tho Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of tho County of
Klamath, Stato of Oregon, dated tho
27th day of February 1922, In u
certain action In tho Circuit Court
for said County nnd Stato, wherein
J. A. Maddox, as plaintiff, recovered
Jugdmont against T. tl. Mcllattan, as
defendant, for thu sum of Two Thous
and ($2000.00) Dollars, and costs
and disbursements taxed nt Thirty
Six, ($30.00) Dollar, und attorney's
"' 532 Main Street " "
, CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT
Located on Siding and Paved Street.
Inquire of J. T. Ward, Central Hotel
Ifocs In tho sum of Two Hundred FIN
ity, (m.O.oi)) Dollars, toRethor with
i Interest nt 8 per cent per annum on
tho sum of $2000.00 from tho 24th
day of September 1920 to tho 27th.
day of February, 1922.
.Notice Is hereby Riven tnnt I will
on tho 1st., dny of April, 1922, at
tlm Court House door at tho Klamath
County Court Houso In tho City
of Klamath Falls, In said Coun
ty, at 10 o'clock In thn forenoon of
snld day, sell at public auction to
the hlKliest bidder, fur cash, the fol
lowing described property, to-wlt:
Tho South half of tho Southeast
quarter nml Lot ft of Section Illevon
I (II) In Township Thlrty-soven (.17)
South, Itaticn Thirteen (13) Cast of
tho Wlllametto Meridian, In Klamath
'County, Oregon containing 119.8.1
acres nccordltiK to government sur-
i Tnken and levied upon ns tho prop
erty of tho said T, (I. Mclfuttan, I)e
,fmilunt or ss much tbon-of ns mny
i bo norensnry to satisfy tho said Judg
ment In favor of J. A. Maddox,
I'lalntlff, against snld T. U. McIInt
tnn, with Interest thereon, together
witli nil costs nnd disbursements
thnt hnvo or may accrue.
I.. I.. LOW, Sheriff,
lly Ilt'HT i:. HAWKINS, Deputy.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, Feb
ruary 28th, 1922.
Mar. 1.8.1 r,,22. 29
NOTICK TO CIIKDITORH
IV THU fflltVTl CillTIIT lV Tltr
I HTATi: OF OltlXMI.V KOIt KI,.M.
1 ATM COUNTY
IN Till: MATTKIl OF TIIK K-STATK
OF KI'llllIAM II. TKVO.V, Do
censed. Nollco Is hereby given thnt tho un
dersigned has beon duly appointed
Administrator with Tho Will Annex
ed of the Kstata of KI'HUIAM If.
H. J. WINTERS
Phone H9-W 71 1-714, ICaia
Is the cheapest thing you buy, pro
vided you niako a wlso soloctlon.
Stl.OO A IX.D
Is tho hottest, theroforo tho best
wood for tho cook stovo.
$(1.00 A DOUllliE LOAD
Ig tho cheapest for all purposes
you et moro (or the money.
o; PEYTON CO.
410 Main Phoa BSS
TRYON, Doconsed, by tho County
Court of tho State of Oregon for
Klamath County, and all persons
having claims against snld cstnto nro
hereby notified lo present snmo to
tho undersigned at tho First National
Dank, nth nnd Main Streets, Klnm
nth Falls, Oregon within six months
from tho dnto hereof.
Dated this 1st day of Mnrch, 1922,
IDA 11. MOMVKIt,
Administrator with tho Will Annexed
of tho Kstnto of Kphrlam II, Trynn,
I. O. O. F.
Pronperlty Itcbekiih, 10 1 meets
Flmt nml Third Tliurxilnys
Kwnmia Km-ampmmt 40, meets
Klmmitli Lodge 1.17; meets cncli
Removes the Cause
PRESSURE ON SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES OF
THE FOLLOWING ORGANS'-
Spintt cisumM uw$
Thc lower nerve
under the. macmify
inoolass is pinched
PINCHED NERVES CANNOT
IMPUL3FS. CH1IOMAC I
MOVES THE PRESSURE.
THC UPPER NERVE IS
..Drs. Mallet & Mallet-
7TH 4 Main PHONE 639-J
SINGER SEWING MA
Sole Af ent
206 Main St
All makes of sewing
machines. Small pay
ment down. Easy terms.
Hemstitching, Kllto Drmsmak
Inff. IlraillnR of nil kind. Art
Nwllp-work. Ribbon Novrltlos.
Hand Kinbroldrrctl Garments for
the "wee one."
We do repair work and
rent any make machine.
"Give Us a Call"
Phone 511 -W
ZELLA S. JONES
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put .Your Dada la Oar Suda'
Coraer Mate and Conger
Klamath Falls Plumbing
r A Heating Co.
117 MAIN ST. PMONB 64S-W
Hoaest leather Homeet Work
, Independent Shop
119 S. Sixth
Work, left at Fairvlew Grocery or
1004 Mala St.; will bo called
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Office aad Realdeaee Phoaea H1
I. O. O. V. WMPUfl
, Delivered j
C. O. D.
o load good blocks .$'1.00
Single load " ?6.00
Double load " ?8.00
Double load slabs....?G.OO
WOOD AND IIAV
029 Mala St. Phono 7a
Wo era now at 023 Main, with
United ClKr Storo
Wortley't Taxi Service
"" nnKAKFASTS AND
SOFT DRINKH, ICF, CltFUM
rmcE, iiii.to.v GAititirrr
COE'S AUTO SERVICE
On and after March 1st ho will
be located at
Waldorf Billiard Parlor
DR. J. a GOBLE
709 Mate St. Fnome 133-W
Wo fit and grind glaarei. Dupli
cate broken lenses, repair frames.
KliAMATH POST No, 8,
American Legion meets
in the basement of tho
new courthouse on Main
Street on the first and
third Tuesdays of each month.
Ki-aervlce men are Invited to at
tend 'the meetings.
Dr Fred Westerfeld, Commander.
H. E. Oetz. Post Adjutant and Re
lief and Employment committee.
Dr. Gerald F. Warren
Penaaaeatly located at Porrlf, Cai.
CKOWX AND BRIDGE WORK
Price Reasonable. Work
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo are here to servo you and
aim to servo you right. Motor
cycles and Bicycles, Part and
Accessories, Tires and Tubes that
will stand your inspection, u we
carry the best In our line. Re
pair shop In connection with
lOle Mate St. Klamath Falls
C. X DMMARK
Phono 4.1 -W
Loomla Bldg. Klamath Fall
J. C CLEGHORN
Phono 102-J 133 8. IUvenld
DR. H. J. WINTERS
.Graduate and State Registered
Nineteen yeara here In business
We grind and fit Glasses
Duplicate broken Glasses
Beat Equipped Optical Store la
714 Main Street
DR. C A. RAMBO
L O. O. F. Bulldtef. V
PHONB SI ,
Let m make yoa a price oa
digging that baseaeat or other
excavating you eontemplate. We
also do team work ot every de
lice, . i $W
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