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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WKDNKHDAY, APRIL rt, I MM
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Thcs Office Gat
"All right Imck thorn?" railed (hit
ntiutiirliir frmii tlm front of tint cur.
"Hold on" fried n feminine voice
"Wnlt until I gut my clothe, on "
"Tlm Kiitlrn inrrul turned nnd
craned tlinlr iinclm xinctnntl)r. A
i;lrl got mi llh n banket of Inundry.
Old people linvn lhnlr nwoiit mom
iirlea unit tint 5 nunc tlinlr pleasant
anticipations. Inn'l llfn wonderful?
J. T 1'i'rklnn rays anybody can own
nil niiloiiinlilln tlirun days, bdt there
In still tli n tin wagon to asplm to
Ttie Hilling tlrrk
TI10 liatiitsoiiin hilling clerk;
Wn mint mlinlt,
Disturbs ttiM office work
A kooiIUIi lilt
Tlm hilling ilfKk In liU
Alioiln of xtntn
Ami many girls have bis
Thl way of Into.
"" Tlm hilling desk I where
II11 In on view
Anil ninny girl go (hero
To bill 11 ml roo,
"Your wlfu a)n )ou have lior ler
rorlnil." "Ilnne.t, Judge"
"I 1I0 not nnk ou tlili In my offi
cial capacity. Inn nil man to man. Do
"Yes, your Honor."
"What'a your secret?"
It wilt ho n great mllif when busl
tim depremdon la over, Marlon
llnrncn, and tlioro la employment
nnr morn for everybody wlirn thn
"experta" mil flml aoinothlnic lo do
bi'iilili'i rmiiliirt nationwide searches
for "tlm perfect back," tho "perfect
feminine foot," "tho perfect elbow,"
unil ao on.
Arcliln (absent-minded newly-wed
nt atorn)' "I rnn't remember what I
wa aelil for u ramieroln or 0 cami
Clerk (KlKRllnR) "I tho chicken
dead or ullw"
llrlilml tlir l'oiiiitY
"Do j mi hue mo?" until tho paper
ling to thn sugar.
"I'm Junt wrapped up In you," re
pint tho sugar.
"You sweet thliiK." murmured the
A Michigan mimic publlaher rushea
Into print with tho bold atatement
that thn Initial koiik hit launched,
"HIio'h Just u Plain Old-Fashlonod
tllrl," U "making a clean aweep"
which aeema precisely what that aort
of a girl would do. Why tho excite
ment? Lot of RrtponHlbllltlr
Thn llttlo four-year-old mis, bo
Ihk told to pray for her nbaont father,
for her small brother who wna 111,
and tho aervnnt who had spralnod
her nnklo, did ao, and to her mother's
aNtonl'jhniont, concluded tin follewa:
"And now, (lod, ptcaao take good caro
of yourself, for If anything hnppeni
to you wo'll nil bo In tho soup."
WANTIJD Partner with tont, Inv
plorea a plnlntlvn wnnt adv. Walter
from far away Connecticut. With
wliul Intonti wo pray you.
What doe your huaband llko for
"I haven't found out yet. Wo'to
only boon married ton years. lie
haan't'llkod anything l'ro had ao
AMi TIIKRH 1H TO THHM
Home filrlH aro flappers.
Tho rest afo Heppers: T
j Home glrla aro truthful,
' ITI10 rout toll big whoppora.
At Your Service
Ooniultatlon and Examination Fret
CAPES ARE. NOW NATIONAL UNIFORM
Even Coats of Some Suits, and Little Separate Sport
Coats, Have Roomy Sleeves and Backs
Even tho roata of aomo nulls, and
llttlo acparato aport coata, havn lately
formed a habit of masquerading n
rapoa by taking unto themselves cape
aleovca or rapn back. Many wearer
like thean rape-coata belter, became
tbny button anuRly over thn cheat
and afford mora warmth on blustery
aprlnx daya when winter chill I yet
In tho air.
Inatead of regular collar, the
scarf flnlah for thn neck la Increas
InRly used Thla may danRln down the
wearer' back and atlll bo quite
amart, or, If alio prefer, tho two
end, or only one, may bo wrapped
about her throat.
Many amart rapes are mado of
rough aport fabrlca with self frlnro
for flnlah. Other nro made of double
faced cloth which require uo Union.
Ilut when llnlnca are uied, as with
EARLY PAVING URGED
Petitioner Ilequeat liiiproTTOH-uU
n Wnlnut and Oak fUrrrla
A petition wbr presented to the
city council Monday night for tho
nftvln nf Vtftli Mlritnt trnm Klatn
oth to Oak and Walnut and Oak
from Fourth to Sixth. Tho peti
tioner requested early action in
tho matter. Tho petition a re
ferred to tho atrcet committee
Protest BRnlnit city aowors bolnie
constructed under tho Sixth atrcot
railroad cronlnR wa mads by J, A.
Taylor, division engineer of the
Southern Pacific, who pointed out
that heavy traffic of tho future
would bo Injurious to tho aowors,
and would probably result In fre
How About Twl Miner?
"Shall I spray tor peach and prune
twig mtner or cultivate tho orchard at
the proper timet" many growers
bavo been nuking slnco tho lalo spring
has1 kept' thorn out, of tho orchard
when the spray of lltno-sulphur for
tho twig minor should bavo been ap
plied. While Injury by tho miner In
recent years liaa been serious enough
to warrant annual spraying for lis
control, the fact remains that where
limited time compels a cholco be
tween spraying for It and doing' tho
plowing when the right time comes,
the latter Is by far tho moat Import
ant. The spray may be safety applied,
however, up until tho early "pink"
stago by reducing tho .strength of the
spray to'9,to lpoAo. A?(i Experi
PROFIT BY THIS
Don't Waste. Another Day
When you are worried by back'
ache: Dy lamenexsand urinary 'dis
Don't experiment with an untried
medicine. t - - .
Follow Klamath Falls people's ex
umplo. Uso Uoan's Kidney Pills.
Here's a Klamath Falls testimony.
Verify It If you wish.
Mrs. J. T. McCullura. 407 Ninth
St., says; "I alwaya keep Doan'a Kld-
ney rills on Hand. Vhn I have at
tacks of backache and feel run down
or my kidneys do not net right, a
short use of Ooan'a soon corrects tho
troublo and strengthens my back and
Prlco SOc, at all dealers. Don't
Hlmply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan'a Kidney Pills the same
that Mrsi McCollum bad. Foster-Mil-
many of thn llRhter woolen mater
ials, you may bo sure that they aro
Nny blue, atwuys a faorlto for
thn tailored garment, achieves a mott
piquant effect when combined with
the brilliant red which New York Is
lately calling "llp-allck red." This
navy and bright red comblnnllon was
aeon In dozens of model far dny time
at tho Jenny opening In Pnrl. with
thn red used Rcncrously.
Crcpo HnlnR aro bclnR uied oxlon
slvely and aro much liked not only as
being newer than satin and shining
allks, but becauau of their softness
At a amart ahowltiR of London-
made aport Ior In New York an Inter
eitlnc black and white shepherd's
plaid In larRo bold check was noted,
Mned with brilliant red or vivid
Krcen, thla plaid was very youthful
XKW HKIIVICK AT MOK'H
Service, thn watchword of tho
Woman' Store, la bolng exemplified
throuRh the employment by II, N.
Moe of Doorthy U Jolllf f, formerly of
Pendleton, who I said to bo nn auth
ority on corsctry. Mil Jolllff brings
excellent recommendations and It Is
felt her serxlrcs will provo highly
valuable to the store'a customers.
Mlas Jolllff tins been with the store
DF.MNKATOIt IIATK OKKKtlKD
Miss M. Daw ion, special represen
tative of tho lluttorlck Publishing
company, publishers of the Delinea
tor, who will bo at tho (loldcn Rule
atoro for a week, has announrod a
special subscription rato of $1.20 a
year for tho Delineator for the next
two week only. Tho regular rato Is
f 2 a year.
NOTK'B OF IIOM) HhKCTIOS
lWTTKnHO.V lltHIOATION' DI8
Notlco Is hereby glven that an
election will bo held In said District
on May 2nd. 1922. at what Is known
n tho Joromo Whitney ranch In said
District, to dotermlno whether said
Patterson Irrigation district shall Is
suo bonds In tlm sum of $40,000 for
the purpoHO of proceeding with tho
necessary construction work as here
toforo determined by tho Hoard of
Dated April nth. 1922
SlgUiHl (ICIITUUDK McCOHMJCK,
', " Sec'y. Hoard of Dlrccthj-
Aprrn-1M9.20 n .
la the cbeae'est thing you bur. Pro
vided you'ake a wise selection.
6,00 A LOAD
la the hottest, therefore the beat
wood (or the cook stove,
e.00 A DOUBLE LOAD
Ii the cheapest jfor, all purposes
you get more 'for the money."
O. PEYTON COA'1
41t Mala rketM
HM ' B. k.
Of AOCir7fi?r And
I.OHT Sapphire ring nt Htnr thentro
Hutidny iivnnliiR. Viilimliln only n
kcup-snkn. Klnilnr plenno rntum to
llernld office for rownril. -t-C
KOIl HUNT Furnished and unfurn
Islied nplH, Cloan In, Also smnll
Ikiiino. Phono 342W. 4-Q
Hwedlah aolect rrrtlfled seed oats,
Ion lota 2'A cts: Iuhn qunntlty 3 cts,
J. A. Ilusbong, Klaninth Knit, Oro
Kon, Cnll nt Murphoy'a I'cvd storn,
124 8, Oth St. 3tf
HOATtl) & ROOM $10 per wnnk.
70.1 Oth Bt. Phono 3C0K. 3-S
FOIl HAI.K OH ItBNT 3 room cot
tnce, Klamath and Payno. 1-C
Haw mill mnchlnnry for sntn. One
00 x 10 ft, Ilutt fic-nm steam bollor,
1 2fi lb. steam prcssuro allowod by
Hartford Insuranco company. Nearly
Onn 12 x 10 Houston Stanwood &
Gambia center crank engine, fine
Ono American Senior edgnr 4 x 40,
In first rlnu condition. Hox T. C. Her
ald office. 3 1-0
FOH HUNT 400 acre good Irrlgat-
ed land. Cash or crop rental. In-
qulm Ilox 2, Herald office. 30-C
FJLZ HOIOOIi OP MUHIO
Presont enrollment 2S pupils.
TliTo Mut IWt lleaaon
For the fact that our preient enroll
ment I thn largoat over held by a
school In Klamath county Complete
course on tho piano In 20 lemon.
Couran startn at any time, ttnroll now.
Studio 30C-309 Winters' llldg. 20tf
If you want to sell It. buy It, trade
It, or find It, try a Herald classified
in trying to save on painting
Repairs Cott More Than Paint
WHEN the paint on tout
property besjine to chock
and crack, it i tuno to paiat
again. Unless your house is
protected .by a smooth, elastic
Film of durable paint,' decay will
set in an rapidly depreciate it.
Decay is expensive and waste
fol. Price lumber alone, to get
an idea of what it will cost to
repair or rebuild. Paint eaves
Tbe best paint b the not
economics! in the long run. It
apreada easily saves labor coat
It cot era a larger area per gallon
than "cheap" paint
But moat important, the best
paint .serves five or more years
longer than "cheap" paint
We hare been makingthe best
paints for 73 years. They are
scientific in formula and prepara
tion..., They meet the weather,
conditions in the West
klu rkt I
70 r I
"Tth SrMiij' a4 TU
Uf. Cm alti.i iU f a Ufa Ik. kaat
W. P. FULLER & CO.
MKDFOKD OltAXTH 1A.W
WHY NOT GO INTO BUSINESS?
Welt-Ealabllshed and flood Located Stores and
Business of Evory Kind
. Huyers and Solters Meet Here
FOUR-SITE SALES AGENCY
ASHLAND , OREGON MEDFOIID
Denver Block wnnuvn MiHltont Uldg.
l'lione 4 rhono 000
532 Main StrMt j
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS LUNCH. 11 TO 2
HMAI.I.nr AI.FAt.FA OniNDKR
40 Inch cutting bar grinding
cnpuclty 10 to 25 ton per day. Suit
able for commercial or private farm
11 an Van bo operated oltlior atatlon
nry nt barns nnd warehouse or port
able for field uso In moving from
slnrk to stack. Thn machines havo
been In actual operation and tlinlr
mnrlt fully tr-ntrd thoroughly over
hauled and In running order. Prices
look thl over for your own benefit
Kor further Information, write to
Olotiii flraln H. Milling company, H.10
rmnnnto, California, 30-3
Mnkn your auto now, with Auto-Nu
Day roat enamel. On sain nt W. K.
and J. i: Patterson, 630 8. 6th. 27-7
Teach your dollar to havn more
cents by getting W. K. A J. K. Pat
terson to flRuro on printing, 030 H.
xenci: to ciikditokh
i.v tiik ou.vry ttiuirr of tii:
htati: of oittx;o. FOH kjm.
IN TIIK MATTKIt OF TUB ESTATE
OF CIIAHLES J. FEItaUBON, De
ceased. Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned ha been duly appointed
administrator with tho will annexed
of the Estate of Charles J. Ferguson,
deceased, by tho County Court of the
Stato of Oregon for Klamath county,
and all persona haling claim against
said citato aro hereby notified to
present snmo to tho undersigned at
my offlco at the American National
bank, Klamath Falls, Oregon, within
six month from tho dato hereof.
Dated till 29th day of March, A.
D. 1922. -
1:. M. nunu.
Administrator of the Estate of
Charles J. Ferguson, Deceased.
M 29. Apr. S, 12, 19, 2C
They contain the finest mater
ials PIONEER WHITE LEAD,
pure linseed oil, pure sine aad
pure colors combined scientifi
cally in exact proportions. They
are the best paints we know.
JUt Mr iMl f aMc.
Atk Ik. IVt 8llllw
ratoc fcimwy 4 s uWi
Ttk 4nt(t f tTtn
iimm Nutk rUt aw.
W. P. Faler A Co.
Hcut ktu(uiirn at rtlau. VwaltkM,
EuaML Sltla. m4
rKunxa WUtTE LEAD Ut 71 pm
IraatiM U 1 cIUm U is TmU
Al aalm ( SaUar CaiwlTUa. rlai.
Alirairaw Vanlaaaa, SJk.aalut. EuaMl.
ruin It naan V.taik. WaakUla Wall lla.
bk, Aala Kaaaal. Kara aa4 MaW PaUt, rank
aai Suf hlal, 4 rlOtiLKa VniTK LXAO.
ruMM Salaa StaSs ?,' Bal Wala Wall
rUlat IKaltMltaa), tal't'tUamaf Vaniak.
JBxeBxeBxeBxfBlxeD X V J BtSsBxeft IV'
frtonlH stur Pmln
agr lrsrl Dalnr
an MlaiVmiUMH.aV fat aafalV
laal aafw. uk-tM aarrtoa ilaia.
- - SACRAMENTO
AHUIiAND KiaMATII FAI
Camo to my placo, near Modoc
I'olnt, Octoher 16, 1921, ono Hero
ford hull, coming two years old,
marked with under-bit In right ear,
and branded on loft hip with dim
brand, apparently D C.
Owner mny recover animal at my
ranch near Modoc I'olnt, opposite
now arhool houito, upon payment of
pmttuniRo nnd advertising hills.
Apr. r.,12,l'J CIIAH UK UNA It U
Oregon State Normal
at Ashland. Ore.
June 19-July 28, 1922
Pull Normal courses, I'rnctlco
school for all grades. Music depart
ment very strong Psychology, educa
tional measurements, sociology, and
school management on demand.
For Information wrlt'o Qeo. A.
M31 A 1-3-5
H. J. WINTERS
Fhone Ut-W 711-714 Mali
Removes the Cause 1
Spinal Nerve pinched at
The above cut shows how eas
ily nerve energy to Important or
gans may be cut off. A similar
condition In your spine is tho
causo of ,your trouble. Chiro
practic adjustments will cor
Drs. Mallctt & Mallett
Seventh and Main Phone 539-J
SINGER SEWING MA
208 Main St
All. makes of sewing
machines. Small pay
ment down. Easy terms.
Hemstitching, Ellto Drausiak.
leg. Beading of all kinds. Art
Needle-work. Ribbon Novelties.
Hand Embroidered Garments (or
the "wee one."
We do repair work' and
rent any make machine.
"Give Us Call"
I. O. O. F.
I'Mxiperlty Itebokah, llltj meeti
First ami Tlilnl Tliuridii)M
Ktvnnna Kncntnpinent -III, tnrefa
Klamath IxmIuo 1!I7; ntccia null
c. o. D.
io load good blocks $'1.00
Single load " $G.OO
Double load " ?8.00
Double load slabs....6.00
WOOD AND HAY
saa Mala St.
Klamath Fall Plumbing
ft Heatinf Co.
117S MAIN ST. rnONE 048-W
tnii ii ii i i i
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Office wad Residence Phones B-l
L O. O. F. TEStTIiK
SOFT DRINKS, ICE CRUAM
PRICE, ini.TON A GARRETT
DR. C A. RAMBO
I, O. O. F. Bulldhsg
ZELLA S. JONES
DR. J. G. GOBLE
709 Mala SC Phone 103-W
We fit and grind glassos, Dupli
cate broken lenses, repair frames.
KLAMATH POST No. 8,
American I.oglon meets
in the basement of tho
new courtbouso on Main
Btrect on the first and
third Tuesdays of each month.
Ex-service mon are invited to at
tend the meetings.
Dr Fred Westerfeld, Commander.
H. E. Gets. Post Adjutant and I to
ilet and Employment committee.
Leoade Bid. Klamath Falls
J. C CLEGHORN
Phone ira-J 183 S. Itlrcrslde
DR. H. J. WINTEK5
Gradute and State Registered
Nineteen years hero In business
We grind and fit Glasses
Duplicate broken Glasses
Beet Equipped Optical Store In
714 Main Street
Honest Leather Honest Work
119 S. Sixth
Work left at Falrvlow Grocery or
1004 Mala St., will bo called
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Tor B4a la Our Sue?
Ceraar Mata and Ceager
bitrn Co., M(ri-, Buffalo, N, Y,
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