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THVRHDAV, APRIIi 6, IBM
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
11711. HlliW,.:. ....city Kdltor
Published dully ox cop t Sunday, by
The linfald Publishing Company of
KlnnmUi Falh, at 110 Eighth street.
Kntiirail nt tlia postofflco at Klam
nth Palls. Ore, (or transmission
throiiKh tho mall ns second-class
MKMUER OF THE ASSOCIATED
The Associated J'rras U exclusive
ly untitled tn tho tiso for puhllca-
(Ion of nil now dispatch? credited
tn It. or not otherwlso credited In
thin paper, and also the local news
, published herein.
II tho applicant for the. position,
with special Instructions to avoid
nil allusion to politics, religion or
membership in fraternal orders.
From thn Information thus oh
tnlned thn civil servlco commission
Judges of the fitness of applicants.
They glvo absolutely no consider.-
A man Is making lightning, hut
who In the thunder wnnts lightning?
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tlon to any letters or petitions . ,. .. ..,'
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THURSDAY, APRIL (I, 1022
HOPEFUL SIGN '
OT ns an attempt to enforce Sun
day observance, hut In recount
tlon of nnd conformance, to long es
tablished custom, tho now postmaster
Rimernl of tho United States, Hubert
Work, urges upon nit members of tho
postal service tho keeping of tho
It Is a hopeful sign when n high
cabinet officer sees the need of beat
ing back along the path of old tradi
tions, to tho God-fearing and
loving ways of our fathers.
Tho postmaster-general's action
need alarm no one. He does not seek
to step tho wheels of necessary busi
ness, nor Influence any nno In their
cholca of how thn day will bo spent.
The order speaks In thn terms that
would naturally bo chosen by a prac
tical business man, who Is n Chris
tian gentleman. It reflects credit up
on tho high official position of him
who Issued It. and It speaks well for
tho administration that chooses to
surround Itsolf with men of such high
principle, as the order Indicates.
As tho law stands, by act cf 1913,
post-offices of tho first and second
class, tho small offices, do not open
on Sunday for general delivery and
only special delivery mall may be
handled. Offices of tho third nnd
fourth class are net regulated by this
law but by departamental rulings.
Tho now order of the postmaster
general Is designed to encourage
Sunday closing of third and fourth
class offices as tar as practical. It Is
not Intended to supersede tho exist
ing statute, but to permit a libera)
Interpretation in regard to Sunday olc
scrvanco, "when tho public conveni
ence 'and the necessities ct the com
munity will not be Interfered wltC
Thn reasons for his action are sot
forth by tho postmaster general as
Where it lias been the enstom
nt thn smaller offices to open the
postofflco on Sundays and post
masters feel that such custom may
properly be abrogated, due notice
should bo given to tho patrons of
thn postmaster's Intentions. Like
wise, whom postmasters feel that
some Sunday servlco is a public
necessity, it should be reduced to
n. minimum and proper advertise
As thn business of thn country
In now crganlird It would bo Im
poudLlq to avoid nil gainful em
ployment on the Sabbath.
Religious people cherish the Idea
for spiritual reasons, believing the
example of tho Creator who "rest
od on the seventh day," commands
our observance of tt as a day of
Physiologists and students of
human efficiency, agree that one
day n qeven devoted to rest and
,raercatlon ot energy Is essential to
. In 'view, of the attitude of re
ligions pcoplo. supported as It Is by
tradition and good usage, together
with our belief that there Is more
I to this life than Its duration, the
postmaster general would urge pos
tal 'employees to encrurace tho
sentiment, found In all commun
ities, for Sabbath observance.
I NOT POLITICAL I
ALL over tho country the new
administration Is making new
appointments, and especially do the
change affect the postal service.
There are pcoplo who look upon
tho postofflco as u fat political
plum that falU inevitably Into the
huud of thn applicant with tho
greatest party ' Influence. An a
matter of fact, It l hedged around
-lth civil servlco precautions, and
evqn tho slightest mention by a
candidate of his political prefer
ences, would 'result In hla Immedi
Under present rulings persons
desirous ot taking the postmaster's
examination send lu their applica
tions to the civil servlco commis
sion, nnsworlng tho questions there
in under oath, and giving five
names as references. To these ref
erences and others secured from
Tlradstroet's aro sent confidential in
quiries and questions concerning
Tho civil service commission then
certifies to the ellglhles, nnd It I
tho custom for tho congressman or
senator from tho district to bo giv
en right to choose among the three
highest. If three are certified.
In this way, It can readily bo
rcen, the people aro given nn op
portunity to ojipres,, their choice,
and, while politics may perhaps luno
some cholco In tho final result, tho I .,,.,
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vi. ii si-i.iiu luiuiiu.-Miiii .3 rmiii-ij - ., .....i...i .i.i..i,i
WIUU ll.l'.v llltlllll'll ..l.l.n.llK lll.-i.
roform them: now they marry
drinking men to find where they get Mahout bid will bo ronulred to I in
it m I mediately pay to tho Receiver tho
laughing yourself to death is h,et-;"" ie.-.
tor thnn worrying your head off.
(fllf Is easier tit piny than to speak.
Cold baths may bo fine; but you
never hear n cold bather kicking
KUAU PROGRAM HUGE! about spring coming
ot the urea of
America Is flat" now Item. And
about three-fourths of the people.
Tho Into styles seem early.
I l.nvc In n cottngo Isn't so had It
I you have somo groceries.
College yell for cengress: "Row-
There aro children In Now York
who think bird and flowers grow
d iii i irni v
outsldo ot political Influence. .
In tho case of Klamath Falls ...
there were but two on the ollglblo
list. They aro both at tho present '
time In civil service, and tho ono
who stood tbo highest will bu KUm-
ath Falls' nest postmaster. I
NOTK'H FOR PimiiU'ATION
Not Coal taiid
i'lmi.iu i.ani ham:.
DEPARTMENT OF Till: INTKRIOR.
U. S. LAND OFFICK at l.ukovlow,
Oregon, March 1C, 132.
NOTIl'IJ Is hereby glon that, ns
directed by tho Commissioner of tho
(ieneral Land office, under provisions
of See 24Gfi. R. S.. rmmiiintt tn tbo
application uf Alfred 1. Collier, Hor-1
Inl No. 01 111 1 3, wo will offer nt pub
lic snle, to tho highest bidder, but
nt not less thnn I7.S2 per aero, nt
10 o'clock n. lit., on tho 27th day of
April, next, nt this ottlro, tho follow
ing tract of land- NE1SEVU NVi
NWV1, Section 1.1, T :i7 8., It 9 V. ,
This tract l.i ordered Into tho
market on n showing that tho greater
portion thereof In mountainous or
too rough for cultivation.
Tho salo will not bo kept open, but
wilt bo declared closed wluut those
present nt tho hour named have cens
ed bidding. Tho person making tliu
Fivft Sort Ire Kpoiidlttm Will
Total r-Ht.(HM for lit I Miles
. PORTLAND. April C Five hun
dred miles ot forest read nt a cost of
I2S1.000. 1 miles of trail costing
$64,000 and four bridges costing
$2600. will bo built by tho United'
State forest service In Oregon this
year. In addition to tho funds for
trail and road maintenance, $26,000
for G089 miles of trail and $3C,C00
for 20SO miles of road, according to
F .11. Rrundage, district forest In
spector In charge of road ami trail
projects. Tho total allotment for tho
IS forests In tho state Is $415,000,
with $66,000 available from co-opera
tive funds from counties and ether
Among tho principal projects In
Oregon aro tho Wlllamelto road on
the Cascade forest, from Oakrldge to
Summit, at $27,000; the Salt Creek
road, leading Into McCredte Hot
Springs 2 M miles, at $6000.
On tho Crator national forest. VI'.
000 will bo spent on the road be
tween Tiller and Trail. $7,000 In tho
vicinity of Lake or tho Woods, nnd
$3000 on tho road to Diamond lake.
On the Deschutes forest, additional
work will bo placed on the road from
Bend to Sparks and Elk lako, nnd a
new kroad will be built from Liva
lake to Davis lake at a cost ot $1$,
000. "These roads are primarily intend
ed to open up the forest areas and
make them accessible for fire pro
tection," said Rrundage. "They will
bo ot sufficient type of construction
so the public can use them, but will
not compare in nny way with tho more
Important county or city roads. They
will be narrow, only 9 feet wldo on
side cuts and 12 feet wide on turn
"Construction will be handled by
supervisors and rangers on each In
dividual forest, experience having
shown that this work can bo carried
on as a part of the fire protection
program. Crews emploed will bo
available for fire supresston when
needed. This will aid in extending
more adequate protection to the val
uable timber resources of the nation
lenders' grocery stock Js complete.
Try them, J, E. Enders & Co. C
TIIK FIOHTKR," AT STRAXDj
MOST SPECTACULAR PICTURE
The big railroad wreck scene which
is a featuro of Conway Tcarlo's now
Selznlck picture. "The Fighter," is
said to bo one ot the most sensation
al dramatic incidents ever Incorporat
ed in a motion picture. The wreck
shows tbo star rushing over the rails
at eighty miles an hour in a lone
steam engine when suddenly the en
gine plunges through a burning tres
tle to the river hundreds of feet bo
low, It Is a scene possessing all tho
dramatic punch and thrill of t.ho old
time melodrama, and yet tho picture
haft none of tho cheapness peculiar
to the average melodramatic play.
"The Fighter" was roado from Al
bert Payson Terbuno'a popular story
of the same name and Is said to pro
vide the star wftb an Ideal role. Hen
ry Kolker directed tho picture and
Winifred Wostaver plays tho leading,
fcmjnlno role. The cast also Included
Arthur Houseman, Ernest Lawford,
Rcorgo HtQwar(t, Warren Cook and
Hej'ou Llndroth. ,
"TboFlKh.tec" will be spelt at tho
Also two oqd comedies and coun
try storo tpnlght. IS prizes given
away at 8; 30,,
Eudors' Block of groceries, is tho
up-to-date one. J. E. Enders & Co. 6
Lots of them aro fine cooks If you
can live on salads and fudge.
One of our 10.000 Rrltlsh lecturers
finds Americans the "coldest and
most distant people on earth." What
about the Eskimos?
It's hard to keep a cook een
when you nro married to hor.
"Ilabe" makes more than Harding.
Ruth Is stronger than fiction
When It's love at first sight, It
pays to look a second time.
It Is easy to find tho best man on
earth. Il Is tho one your wife could
have married nnd didn't
Health blnf Six months In jail Is
great for reducing.
Exercising makes one get along
well exercising discretion.
Ho who laughs last laughs least.
.Man leaves nurse $50,000. Ret
tho trained nurso went wild.
Now they say Harding haa 47
Instead of SO paint ot trousers.
May bo ho wore out threo p-ilr wait
ing for tho fish to bltf.
Any persons claiming adversely the
nbovo-doscrlbed laud aro udvlsed to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before the tlmo designated for sale
(Publish for tlvo consecutive weeks
In tho "Klamath Herald" Klamath
Falls. Oregon )
F P. LRIHT, Register.
M 23,30 A 6,13,20,27
Delicious peanut butter, 2Sc pound.
J. i:. Enders & Co. 6
Wo wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to our frleilds of Merrill and
vicinity who helped us In our time of
MR. AND MRS. JOE CASS
Your patronngo Is utinrcclated at
J. E. Enders & Co. 6
.NOTICE FOR Pl'RI.K'ATIO.V
Not Co.il Land
PDIII.K) LAND SALE.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
l'. rt. LAND OFFICE nt Lakevlow,
Oregon, March IS, 1922.
NOTICE Is hereby ghon that, ns
directed by tho Commissioner nt tho
(lener.il Land office, under provisions
of Sec. 2t..ri, R, S., pursuant to the
application of Jesse N Drew, Serial
No. 011493, wo will offer nt publle
sale, to tho hlghsut bidder, but nt not
less than 13.12 4 per aero, nt 2
o'clock p. m.. on the 27th day of Ap
ril, next, at this office, tho following
tract of land. NEU, Section 13. T.
37 S R 1 1 H E . W. M
This tract N ordered Into tho
market on u showing that the greater
portion, thereof is mountainous or
too rough for cultivation.
Tho sate wilt not bo kept open but
will bo declared closed when those
present nt tho hour named have reas-
ih! bidding. Tho person making the
highest hid wilt bo required tn Im
mediately pay to the Receiver thn
Any persons claiming adversely the
nbovivdescrltH'd laud aro advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before thn tlmo designated for salo
(Publish for flvo consecutive weeks
In thn "Klamath Herald" Kl-innth-l
F P. I.lfSHT, Register
M 23,30 A 0.13.20,27
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES-
ROME OF THE HODKINKO.N FEATURES
Tonight is COUNTRY STORE NIGHT
Fifteen Prizes and the Big Feature,
in Albert Payson Terhune's
A Whale of a Photoplay See the Spectacular
Also Two Good Comedies
Some of the Prizes
Tvventy-flvo pound sack ot flour; sack of sugar; box ot candy:
large can of fruit; pound ot coffee; package of tea; largo box of
crackers, ind others,
HImivv StnrN ut !:: PrUcx given away at H:UO
Friday Constance Talmadge in "A Pair of Silk
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts 6:30
NOTICE FOR PtlRLlOATION
"Not Coal Laud
Pimi.lt' KMI HALE
DEPARTME.Vr.OF THE INTERIOR,
U. H. LAND OFFICE nt Lakovlnw,
Oregon. March 27, 1922,
NOTICE Is hoioby given that, as
directed by tin; Cnmmliottonnr of tho
(Ieneral Laud office, under piovlslous
ot See 'Jlfift, It. H., pursuant to tho
application of Charles T Darley,
Klamath Fulls, Ore., Serial No,
Olinr.t, wo will offer nt publle sale,
to tho highest bidder, hut nt not loss
than $t.2o per ucro, nt 10 o'clock n
m., on tho 2nd day of May, next, at
this office, tho following tract of
land: Ntt'ttSKU. Section 17, T 37
H., R. 1 1 K W. M.
Tho Halo will not bo kept open, but
will bo declared closed when thoxo
present lit tho hour named have cons
oil bidding, Tho person making tho
highest hid will ho rouulrml to Im
mediately pay to tho Receiver tho
amount tho roof. ,
Any persons claiming adversely tho
nuovo-doncrliiOd land nro udvlsed to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before tho tlmo designated fur salo,
. F. P. I.K1IIT, Receiver.
M 30 A (1,13,20,37 M 4
NOTICE TO CREIUTORH
Notice Is linrebv given that tho
undersigned, as Superintendent of
Hanks for tho Stale of Oregon. Is In
ehargo of tho ussnt and affairs ot
tho First State and Savings Hank ot
Klamath Falls, Oregon, for tho pur
pose ot lliUldiitlou.
All persons who mny havn claims
against wild hank nro hereby notified
to mako legal proof thereof by filing
u duly verified claim, us by Law pro
vided, with thn Deputy Sllperlntnli
dent of Hanks In charge at tho officii
of tho First Htato nnd Savings Hank,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on or boforn
tho llth day or May, tUIE).
FRANK C. IIRAMWELL,
Superintendent ot Hanks.
Ditto of first publication February
I Into ot Inst publication May illli,
Lf II, 1(1,23 Mar. 3,9.10, 33, 30,0,1:1, 20,
27 Apr, 0.13,20,87 May ,ll
Eliitolii phono number Is Kfi. (Iro
ceiy orders nro appreciated. 0
If You Ned Strength and
Th WarU's CrMtMt T.nlo
STAR DRUG CO
Fifth and Main Streets
Special Cut Prices for April
Does your mcdklnij chest
contain a lot of empty but
tles, cartons and times me
fit for emergency use If
so, thou It's tlmo to clean
Lot us suggesfan. assort
ment of Ntapln articles that
on should linvo. Tho rout,
considering convenience and
elimination of worry, Is
Ho p;vparc.l fr t ttitt crj
In tin- night.
(lame Hnnd.igo 0c to 2Sc
Sterile (laiiio . , .20c
Diarrhoea Remedy .. 40c
Castor OH, 4 ois . . .3De
Tr. Iodine. 1 os. 2Sc
Eprom Salts, 4 ox. . .It.r
Oil CIqvuj, 1 dram .... ISe.
Camphorated Oil. 2 ot. .15c'
Witch Hazel, pint 7T.e
Absorbent Cotton, 2 ox. 20c
UiiKcntlne, for burns,
Fuver Thermometer -11.50
Johnson & Johnson first
aid kit, contains band
dage. game, lodlno,
uiTheslvu tape, court
piaster and curholut
ed vaseline, all In
hunity tin case . , f 1.00
A real money-saving on overy-day household
needs. We publish n list every month that you
cannot afford to miss.
Beef, Iron and
An old and relia
ble preparation for
If you are feeling
run down this will
help to build you
up. Kejjularly $1.50
Full two-quart ca
pacity moulded in
one piece. Guaran
teed to give one
vear'ri service1. A
Klenzo Tooth Paste
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic
White Teeth Healthy Gums and a Clean Mouth
People who use Klenzo Dental Creme regularly
tell us that it keeps their teeth whitetheir gums
firm and their mouth healthy.
Klenzo liquid Antiseptic is a pleasant preparation
for the mouthy nose and throat. The regular
price for both is 75c.
April Special Price for Hoth ,
Lord Baltimore Linen Writing Paper
Four tintsWhite, Blue, Pink, Lavendar
Lord Baltimore Linen is a superior quality
fabric finished writing paper, packed 2-1
sheets of paper and 21 envelopes in each
box. Regular price is 50c. April Special
One inch wide and two
and one-half yards long.
With any hair brush sell
ing at $1.25 or over we
will give a 50c comb free.
One -third off on all
ladies' Hand Bags and
The Lt&xauu JtOJie
&,,....,,,, MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY mm
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The Two Bargain Days in which to Buy
PURE FOOD SPECIALS
at about half price
Opeko Coffer, a high grndo roffre, put up to ho sold
only In Rexall Drug Stores. I'ouud packages . - ..'J for ill c
Opekii Ten, nn uiiiisunlly fine hand picked selection.
(Irecn or black Huff pound package U tortile
I'uro CoriHi, In half pound sruled lontnlnur .UfurUUu
Vanilla or lrimiii Kvlrait, two ounce bottles U Tor 41c
HplrrH Nutmeg, (linger, AlWpUo, Clniimon, Hlack
I'vppur . a fur '-!!
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TOM WAS A NEAR PROSPECT
HOW OO YOU DO,MR.PUFF- I'D
LlftB TO IM7EREST VOO IN A
PROPOSITIOM THAT WlLLPAV
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THIS JS THE LAST DAV WOO HAVE
TO GET IN ON JT
ALU THE VUW.LS YOU 5EE HERE
IN REP ARE PsPODUCJMS-
FIVE THOUSAND D0UAR3 INVESTED
IN THIS COMPAMV WILL MAKE
WOO A MILLIONAIRE IH FIVEYEAB5
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EVERV THREE MONTHS -THB
3TOCK WILL GO TO
TErJ THOUSAND POLLARS ,
A flHARe M THREE MONTHS.'
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MURPHEY'S SEED STORE
124 South Sixth Street , t . . Phona 87
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