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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THVnSDAV, Arntfi , IfrM
The Office Gat
im.v voir ti'.i.i.?
When llui MiikIIhIi Iiiiiuuii wn speak
Why In "lireuU" mil rhymed llh
WJII yitu loll tun why Ii'm (rui
Wn mi)- "miw" lint llluwlnu "few,"
Ami tlin fashioner of vnise
Ciililinl i'iii hi" "liurso" wild
"Heard" sounds lint llin mill it as
"Cord" Is different from "word";
"Cow" I row, Iml "low" In luwi
"Hliim" In never rhymed with "foe".
Think of "hose" unci "dosn" and
Ami of "unnan" ami also "rhnnsn."
Think of "I'ointi" unit "tomh" unit
"Hull" ami "roll", nml "homo" and
Ami Mlnro "iny" U rhymed with
Why tint "tialil" with "nnhl," I pray?
Wn have "hlooil" uml "food" nml
"Mould" In not pronounced llkn
Wlinreforti "ilimn" Iml "none," nml
In Uhtm uny reason known?
Aiiiot, Tnsh nayn'
"Ami Jmil think, a yiar ano or
two, I wan proud an thn dickens of
Im'Iiik Included In tho jeans, that hail
I' pay Income taxes!"
Celeste: "Oh, Urn monotony nf thin
place! I frar thai bnfnrn thn itay'it
over It will drive inn wllil,"
Chan. "May I ioiiim aroutiil ihU
The Ufn of Avion
- (Tim Salome, Arls. Hun)
A lei nf these hero easterners nml
Mr. town folkn ntop at.Balome not
hcrailsn they am craiy over the town
Iiut tlifiy have in hnvo gas for their
marhlnes and aflur giving tho town
thn onn over (II doesn't tako two
Imtkn in see It), lomg of them re
mark : "l.orl, what n place to live,"
I nfirn wonder whut they rueun.
Whlln tlwy am iIoIiik this lomo old
timer, whnsn entire wardrobe never
illil constat of morn than a 3-plocc
Miltt paiitM. nhoen and shirt will
ollrk hl head up over Iho Kreaic-
wood and iiiohriish and after tak
Iiik a ipilck squint (even one make
him hlilnh) at tho latent tallica
styles, .claims In hi liurrb: "My
(lod, did you net) that?"
Hunt F.nouaii Misery
Cheer up. Kvon It you arc broke
and Johlenn, things mlffht bn worse.
Hupponu you had a run down auto
on your hands?
Mk Hail, llr Known"
"Holy smoke, but wann't that Irnf-
fir officer bolllnR mad at the chap
who discarded hi signal?"
"I'll say ho waH, and yet 'hqt cop-
pern' am KetlliiK rarer ut country
ThunkH fir lliln beer prescription,
diiclor. It will certainly aavo my llfo."
"I hope so." Huld tho phyilclnn,
"And by thn way, Pin, a J.ljtlo out
of touch with tho sources of supply.
Do you know whether or not drug
KlntN urn RoliiR lo Hell proliols?"
RENO DECLARED DRY
Hivrrl Agent Hny IVootiognIng In
ut Kml In Neviiiln City
IlKNO, Nov., April 6. Reno In
nn nbsolutoly dry town, United
State,, Attorney William Woodburn
unnoiinrod today, after receiving ro
port.i, tin Hilil, from u squad of ae
crnt iiKontH from Ran KrancUco,
who havn been InvoHtlgatlnK reports
I'ORTKANI), April C Cuttle,
Hteudy, choice ateera 17.00 to 8.00;
Iiokh, 2Cc to TiOe lower, prime llRht
10.75 to f 11.00. Bheop atoudy, eRR8,
lo hlRher, buylim price 30 to 23c;
Wheat $1.32 to $1.25, ,
I'hono your grocery order o Kn-
RoioburK to volo on bond for ad-
EXTREMES MEET IN NEW BLOUSES
Mannish Blouic With Long, Narrow Sleeve Vies With
Loose Blouse for Popularity
Many of Hi1' local Moron arc shotting th new mannish bltmsu with
ttn Ion,- narrow nteeve, .which vim with Ihu loom blminn with flowing
sleeves fur favor thin summer Thn lultir holds III popularity lice-iuiu It
In accepted In polltu society for many varyliiR occasions.
Many Wonder What Princess Mary Will Do
With Vast Assortment of Wedding Presents
LONDON, April 4 -Thn vail num
ber ami varied nnnortinent of wcdilliiR
pri'M'titn to I'rlnrenn Mary and Vln
count l.atrellr dlnplayed here cnuned
many people lo wonder what the now-ly-wedn
would do with tho AC Junn
ml Imwli, ltf other tonnl-rackn and
22 clockn Included In thn offerliiRn,
Thn lain KIliB Kdwanl, after hi
marriage, found hlmnelf tho pniiea
nor of 1. 5011 leapola nf all typen and
dvncrlptlona and of morn than 800
cruel. It la reported that omo of
those are still storrd In (.omtoii
Only Mrnns who had been pro
senteil at court or who rculd claim
personal acquaintance with cither
I'rlncenn Mary or her husbnnd were
permitted to tender weddlne Klft on
the orcanlnn of the recent ro)al wed
ding. Charitable uml other public or
ganliatlonn and Inntltiitlnnn were, of
Thin rullnic erhapn saved I'rlnress
Mary the embarrannment orr din
posing of teapots and cruets suffer
ed by King: Kdwnrd.
A classification of ihu sifts exhib
Klrst-clnss dressmaking. All work
guaranteed. Mrs. II. 1). Coiad, form
erly of tho Andross-dlovor Stylo shop,
522 Klamath avo. 3-8
FOR RKNT An apartment, l.lborty
Rooms. Cor, 3rd & Main Bts. 5-7
WANTK1) Practical nursing; ma
ternity cuscs especially; good refer
ences. 441 Michigan avo.. or Rules
meat market. Phono 296 V '5-7
KOR 8AI.K Ford touring car. Cheap
If takou ut onco. 730 Jefferson St.
Phono 138J. 5-7
KOR RKNT 2 room apt. Kvcry
thing furnished, $20 per month.
o a r..t. o. tit nan r m
IA UIIK OI, I'HUIID )Od. Ut
Hweel fresh elder, fruits and farm
produce, handled icasonubly. Retail
nml wholesale. 127 N. 4th. Phono
On April 9, at 8 o'clock (ho Hon ley
high Hchool will prosont "Tho Tlmo of
Ills Ufe," a threo-act comedy full of
fun and action. MiihIq will bo n ft
uro of tho entertainment, and re
freshments will bo sorved. Admission
26 and 60 cents, 6-7
FOR RKNT Furnished and upturn-
Uhod apta. Close In. Also small
houso. Phono 34 2 W. 4-6
Swedish select certified, seed outs,
ton. lots 3tt cts; loss Quantity 3 eta.
J, A., , UushonR.t Klamath -Falls, Oro-
gon, van at juurnnoytt feou amro,
in a, tun ut. , air
ROARU ft ROOM $10 por week.
703 9th St. Phono 3G0R. 3-8
FOR 8AI.K OR RKNT 3 room cot
logo, Klamath and Paynq, 1-C
iSaw mill machinery (or salo, One
00 x 16 It, Uutt m.stoam holler,
136 lb. attain pressure allowed by
Hartford Iniurauce company, (agrly
, one 4 3 x ig Houston, atanwooa ft
Gamble oeuter crank engine, (Ino
One American Senior edgar 4x46,
In first class condition, Box T p. Her
ited at .11 .'allien' palace shown only
28 tea servlri-n were presented. Other
Ileum arn I '8 nrtlclet of Jewelry, In
rludliiR brareletn, uerklncen, pen-
dantn, tlaran, brooches, rlnun, can
ketn. falin and wntchen; a Irnyful nf
flawless unset precious stones, X'.U
Klft niado from precious metals In
cludltiK 29 trays, 24 vases, 31 nips,
12 Roblets, 18 Ink-ntum), 2. ntatuet
lei, 14 rard trays, nlnn clRnrntte
cases, elxht IravellnR cases and seven
workbntcs, 197 hooka nnU manus
cripts. 22 candelabra, 17 umbrellas,
14 lamps ami shades, 17 runs, 22 sets
of cutlery, eleht wall brackets. 3C
dinner services, 47 breakfast table
services, IS sitter salvers, 70 pairs of
rIovos, 10 wtiddlnR cakes and seven
While correspondents Invited to a
private view were belnR shown about
the Mate rooms where the presents
were on display, thn 22 gift clocks
all began the chiming of 6 o'clock at
nlmcat the same Instant anil the
newspiper party was ushered out as
It had been Invited to call "between
5 and C p m. ,
IPOInhKNT 400 acreicaod Irrlcat-
vdMand. Cash or crop reital. In
qulro llox 2, Herald offlco. 30-6
FII.Z HC1I(M)L OF MAJSIO
Present enrollment 38 pupils,
Therc Must Bo Heaaoa
For tho fact that our present enroll
ment Is tho largest ever hold by a
school In Klamath county. Complcto
coursn on tho piano In 20 lessons.
Course starts at any time. Knroll now.
Studio 305-309 Winters' pidg. 20tf
If you want to sell It, bay It, trd
It. or find It, try Herald classified
Maka your auto now, with Auto-Nu
Day cont enamel. On sale nt W. V..
and J. K. Putterson, 630 S. 6th. 27-7
Tench your dollars to havo moro
cents by getting W. K. & J. K. Pat
terson to flRuro on painting, C30 S.
fith. . 27-7
.r?. r - ! ( '
MADE YOU WINCE!
,f TSE .SJoan'a.frccly.tor rheumatic
(laches, sciatica, lumbago, over
7 worked musck-, neuralgia, back
cict, still joints and for sprains -'and
Strains. It ptnttraltt uilhout tubbing.
The very first time you use Sloan's
Lluliuent "ou will wonder why you
never ' before. Tho comforting
warmth' and quick relief from pain
will delightfully .surprise ou.
Keep Sloan's hanjy and at the fust
sign of an actio or ruin, uk it.
At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
fclnl -lUtvs smV
fe.h -410 tor
Vkmlbr lUnxxllM. An anutnst.
Vhk V V 41
n imkkTji Lntasi
HI'tiCfAb KI.K(7riO,V KI.A.MATII
Notice Is horoby given that n Spec
ial Klectlon will bu hulil on Hat unlay
tho Nth day of April, 1922 ,hy tho
Klamath Irrigation District, Klaimitli
County, Oregon, for thu purpose of
voting upon tho question whether the
k old Kliinmtli IrrlRatlmi District jilinll
enter Into' n supplemental contract
with thu United States of America
which Contrail provides.
"A" For tho postponement for
three yearn of niintial IriMnll
ments of $10,000.00 provided
for In Supplemental Contract
with tho United States of
America, executed June 28,
1920, which otherwise would
havo to bo lidded to the main
lenunco and operation rharge
of the District each year. '
"II" For tho elimination of the
penalty on the Installment of
project charges falling due on
Juno 30lh of each year,
"C" For crediting the District
with $30,000 00 In considera
tion for which tho District as
sumes tho cost of carrying
water for thu Van Ilrlmmer
Thn polls shall be oix-neil at eight
o'clock on tho morning of the elec-1
tlon and shhll bo kept open until '
C o'clock In the afternoon of said day I
when the saiun must bn closed.
Tho Directors hmu designated the,
following nix places within tho Dls-j
trlct as tho polling places for said I
1st Klamath Falls-Altamont Pre
cinct. Polling place, Allumoiit
ranch, house, situated on tho
Northwest corner of tho NK'i
of the SK; of Suction 3, T, 39
South, Range 9 K. W M being
about two miles Southeast of
Klamath Palls, on I !i - Main
. 2nd. Spring I-ako Precinct. Pol
ling place, McCIellan's store, sit
uated on thn Southeast corner of
the HIvK of tho Hi:', of Section
1. Til 40 South, Range 9 V. W.
M being on tho Main Klamath
Falls-Merrill County Road.
3rd Midland Pn-clnct Polling
Place, Young's store, located In
the town of Midland, Oregon
4th. Pom Valley-Olene Precinct.
Polling placo, CorpenlnR's store,
situated on the Northwe.it corner
of tho HWM nf the 8W of
Section 14. Tp, 39 South, Range
10 K. W. M.. belns on tho Main
County Road through tho Olene
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Nothing is so impressive as a nice potted plant
or bouquet of fresh cut flowers for Easter
We have them all. Come early and make your
selection. Mail Orders Filled.
Klamath Flo wer Shop
Phone 589 f 4
"Say It With
532 Main Strut f;
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
1 SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
' ii i
filli. Merrill Territory Precinct.
Polling place, U. S. R, S, Cot
Inge, known as the Merrill Cot
tage, nltuatod on" tho Southeast
corner of tho HU'A of tho SKt
or section nr,, Tp, -to south,
ll.ingn 10 K. W. M., being n bruit
one inllo north of, tho town of
0th. Mallu Territory Precinct.
Polling place, resldenco on what
In known as the Pechenec place,
located on the Southeast corner
of tho North half of tho NK'.i
of tho NK'4 of Section Ifi, Tp.
41 South, Range 12 K. W M
being about one mllo Northwest
of the town of Malln, Oregon.
Olvon by order of llin Hoard nf
Directors of tho Klamath Irrigation
District, nt a meeting of said Hoard,
held Tuesday, tho 7th day of March,
A. D. 1922.
Signed (I W. OFFIRI.D. President.
A. is. MARSHALL, Director.
T N. CASK. Director.
A. L. WISHARD, Secretary.
M 9.1C.23.30 Apr C
NOTICi: OF APPOINTMENT OF
IN THK COUNTY COURT OF THK
BTATK OF ORKOON FOR KLAM
IN Till: MATTKR OF TUB KHTATK
OF MARTHA W VAN HRIMMKR,
Notlco Is hereby given that I have
been appointed nn Administrator of
tho Kstato of Murlha W. Van Ilrlm
mer, deceased, and nil persons hav
ing rlalms against tho above estate
aro hereby notified to present them
lo mo with proper vouchers attached,
nt my resldenco, Merrill, Klamath
County, Oregon within six months
from the date of this notice.
Dated this 10th day of March, A.
OKOIIOK W. OFFIKLD.
Administrator of the Kstato of Mar
tha W. Van Ilrlmmer, Deceased,
M. 10,23,30 A. C,13
At Your Service
Consultation and examination Free
K. K. K. Store
nrri . .
834 Main Street
.OTICK OP I'.LIXTNO.V OF a
IMIAIID OF TIIRF.I-: HIIPKRVIW
OltH OF THU MKADOWH DRAIN.
AUK IMHTRHT IF KLAMATH
TO THK OWNKIIS OP LAND SITU
ATK IN THK MKADOWS DRAIN
AOi: DISTRICT OF KLAMATH
Notice Is hereby given that n meet
ing of the owners of land sltualo In
tho Meadows Drainage District of
Klamath County, Oregon, Is called
for tho purporn of electing a Hoard
of three supervisors as and In thn
muniier provided by law; said meet
ing to be held In thn County Court
room In tho Klamath County Court
House In the City of Klamath Palln,
Oregon on Monday thn 2 ttti day of
April A. D 1922, nt tho hour of 9
o'clock In thn forenoon rn said date.
V It DKLAP.
Clerk of Klamath County, Oregon.
A 6 to 10 Inc.
Havo you seen tho Dig
fair of Kyo
In front of 703 Main Street?
Well, that's Dr. Gohle's,
where you have your eyes c
amlncd, glasses fitted, re
paired or adustcd.
Ilrolcn lenses duplicated.
Wo surface, edge, drill anil
bevel the lenncs, nny snap",
size or style.
I'linne, Ofc. ia.1W, Ren. ."WIJ
Is tho cheapest thins you buy, pro
vided yon make a wise selection.
S.00 A LOAD
Is tho hottest, therefore the best
wood for the cook, stove.
S6.00 A DOUBLE LOAD
It the cheapest for all par poses
you get more' for the mossy.
O. PEYTON & CO.
410 Mala - Phone BS5
Spinal Xerve. placlicd at
Tho above cut" shows how eas
ily nerve energy to Important or
cans may bo cut oft. A similar
condition In your spina Is tho
cause of. your trouble. Chiro
practic adjustments will cor
Drs. Mallett & Mallett
Seventh and Muln Phono S39-J
DR. C A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. Butldlac
DR. J. a GOBLE
70 Mala St. Pboae. 1S8-W
We fit and grind, glasses. Dupli
cate brokea lenses, repair frames.
LooaUe Wdf. Klaasatk Vails
2i w. ajajajaj
I. O. O. F.
Prosperity Rrbctinh, 101 j meets
First, anil Third Thursdays
Kwniinu Kncnmpment -10, meets
Klnmntli Inlgo III7 meets each
c. o. D.
y load good blocks $4.00
Single load " ?G.OO
Double load " $8.00
Double load slabs....$G.OO
WOOD AND IIAI
02a Mala St.
Klamath Falls Plumbinf
ic Heatinf Co.
1178 MAIN 8T. PHO.VB JUS-W
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Offlc anil nesldenre Phones Kit
I. O. O. V. TKMI'LK
SOFT Dm.NK.S. ICf: CRRAM
P1UCK, IIII.TO.V ti GAIMtt.Tr
KLAMATH POST No. 8,
American Legion meets
In the basoment of tho
new courthouso on Main
Street on tbe first and
third Tuosdays of each month.
Ex-scrvlco men are Invited to at
tend tho meetings.
Dr Fred Westcrtcld, Commander.
II. E. Gets, Post Adjntant and Re
lief and Employment committee.
DR. H. J. WINTERS
Gradaatc aad State BegMefred
Nineteen years here In basinets
We grind and fit Glasses
Duplicate broken Glasses
Best Equipped Optical Store la
714 Main Street
Honest Leather Honest Work
119 S. Sixth
Work left at Falrriew Grocery or
1004 Mala St.. will be called
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Pat Toar Dads la Oar Suds'
Comer Mala aad Conger
J. C. CLEGHORN
Phone 10a-J 183 8. RIversMe
SINGER SEWING MA-
208 Main St
All makes of sewing
machines. Small pay
ment down. Easy terms.
Hcnistltchlnc Kllto PieNsmak
ln. Heading of nil kl'mlx. ' , Art
Needlework. Illbbnn NnvrllleM.
Hand Embroidered Carmenta for
tho "we ono."
We do repair work and
rent any make machine.
"Give Us a Call"
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