Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, APRIL SO, I Mi
' BW' --'
-k sans sjbuwbss
The Office Gat
l)ni fiiitiphull Nnyn Hprlnjc In Jum
ii rem nit iln turner of I tin wood plln.
IIIMP HOT HTt'FI'!
IiiiIIiiii liny limp IiIk nir,
Quit rt whlnkry,
(In down riiiuli
llrldgn conin up road
Imlluii turn mil lot bridge
(In In rrenk,
J. A. (Ionian say nny dog known
what in Hint hy i wcld flea Ha
Vnu ran ntwuy frii Ixrurl I, lie, In
No belter lesi of loVn I know
Than I luil young tirarl which
I tiro In
Willi lovn while hi wcittlie,rt loth
llwwl rorn from off Kin rnlm.
Col Multnoii ay th distance he.
twi'cn her skirt and I tin floor either
inukt-N thn woman or murk her.
Thii ran live sleeper lhan one
Finn motte: Dim't give, up, In or
HmiUN l a Latin word, and since
comparatively few of our ei-soldler
nm l.alln utiiili-litx, how rnuld p el
pert them In "ilefllnn" It T
A friend tnld un thn other day
lhat hn Ihouxhl short skirt were
Hnti for chap In poor health because
It kept them nut In thn open.
Hoy Fouch say ounin people urn
LADY WIHIIK8 to net work waiting
on lahlii In a ramp or would help
In klirheii IsViuIre llox M. II. Her
nia oflln. 1933
WANTKD At Fort Klamath, woman
for housework. For particular,
rail 641 J. Klamath Falls. 20-31
FOU HKNT Furnished 3 room
house, Inquire Mra. Ilryan, 917
fine, after Ii o'clock, 19-10
IIAIIY CIIIX White Leghorn (Tan
creds), Huff and llrown 1-eghorns,
Anronan, llluck Minorca. Huff Or
plnKtona It. I. Kadi, llarrcJ and
W.hlto llocki. Kvory week. Knoch
L'rowa, Heabrlht, California. 11-37
FOIl HALK Olt HKNT Ranch at
ready atorked, In Poo Vallr. Infor-
mullon call Mill Bona, 6tb 8t.
Foil HKNT Fumlthod and unfnrn-
Ithed upartmenta cloiu In; alio
mull Iiouno. IMiunn 343W. ll-:o
Wn wUh to extend a vole of tbankt
to tbu Fylllng-tlean orcheitra for
their aorvlce at the Cblloquln dance,
Friday, April It, given by Timber
LOCAL 188, KLAMATH FALLS. 30
FOIl HKNT 40 acre all In alfalfa
In town of Merrill. 133 N, 10th 8t.
Klamath Falli. 18tt
IIOAHD AND ROOM Phono 360R.
703 N. 9th. St. 17-3I
LKWI8 ft STROUD Mattreii mak
ing, upholtterlv. and job work.
Call 397W. 0 S.Ttb St. 17-3I
FOIl HKN1V1ALB OR TRADK 160
ncrea at Olene. J, C, CUfBorn, 133
Ho. Htvoraldo. 1731
Swedish select certified teed oata,
ton lota 3tt eta; leu quantity 3 eta.
J. A. Uusboni, Klamath Falla, Ore
gon. CalL at Murpaey's Feed store,
134 8. 6th St. t Stf
Whlto Leghorn baby chleka, 111.00
ner 100, Tancred strain. Heavy
layers; circular Henry Tarratt, Cora
Ins, Cal. , 7-l
H. It. OARFKNTKR. Fainter 'and
I'aperbanger, Phone I76J
R, C. While Leghorn Baby Chli
for April, May Juno delivery from
our own bred-to lay stock. Our prices
urti right. Modol Poultry Farm, W. O,
Hmlth, Prop., Corning, Cal. Estab
lished, 1904," 6-39
iviXl HCHOdli Of MVt40
Present enrollment 31 pupils.
:TMr MmM Be Reseats
For the (act that our present enroll
ment 'Is the largest eve beleV by s
school In Klamath ceunty: Compute
course on ths piano In 30 lessons.
no rich tliey ilon'l hum lo pay their
bllU at, all.
A Htnbln lUhll
"Anyonn ran sen Unit driver over
thnrn hnti been n lenmiiter "
"Jly thi! way hit kiMipn slnUIng his
Tim neok of thn wall mid thn horn
of thn skirt will now join (In mIiik
Inn) "Wlmrii Dii Wn'(li) From Here?"
Our Idea of a Reed Job In religious
editor of tlin Poller fliiriilln.
While President HiirdltiK In strug
KlInK on thn IIiiIih, William Jennings
llrymi In HhIiIIiik mi the inlnnInK
Tim (tuiiH! won r.i InnlnKN long,
lint fnt tirr stuck It thru,
And then a runmir pilfered home,
Ho father sneaked home, Ion,
Jon Alutitt lay many man who
might hnvo hern n good hullrr hn
fulled In life, owing to hi unwilling
ness lit wear nldii whisker
When a follow j-ne nut lo thn auto
how and hear all thn kooiI polntii
ahout thn different automobile hit
begin In wonder If there nny b.id
Mun without push arc nlwny look'
Inn for pull, Miyn Judge l.envltt.
Thn pavement of llfn Ii strewn
with hanann peels.
Harry llorel n.iy morn and morn
men are willing lit give WMiien credit
thrnn days, hut the llltln dear want
What linn heromn of Ihn old-fash-
limed nun who Used to het 11 hottlo
of Heotrh on thn election?
Dne. Carter say penpln and pin
re useless when they Iciso their
(Irami wldownrx, too, celebrated thij
hlrthday of Lincoln, the (lre.it Kmun-
I.entnn say he'd llkn to know
what Amerfca' policy In toward
ItUNila, ouyway. UVH. It Im't an en
HIIOi: ItKPAIItINU Jack Frost. 119
H. With 81. 17tf
FOU HKNT Nicely furnUhed roam
for gentleman. 1135 Pine. 18-31
Course starts at any time. Fa roll now.
Studio 300-809 Winters' llldg. 30tf
If you want to sell It, buy It, trade
It, or (ltd It. try Herald classified
Made bjf f hit rrcipt, your
bran muffini xrill gtl many
Take two eggs, two tbsp.
bMtsr (or substitute) and i cup
sugar; crtsm logsther; add I
cup btsn and (If dseired)1 1
cup reistns, l cap watte flow,
3 wp, baking powder, tip,
sell. 8tfr well together sad
n-ssMsn to sttsT better wkh
csp CfmaUen MUk mixed
with cup of water. Bake In
greased muffin das from Ifteen
to twenty-five minutes
II a kAi't Aliff
BliMtrr.Ud WehM el
I OS tMtad mtjss.
. ucu O, sea Csrd
I Blif,rr9u Or.
USE SLOAIfS TO
WARD OFF PAIN
LITTLE aches grow Into big pelns
unlets warded ct by an applica
, Hon ol Sloan's, Rheumatlim
nturslgisi stiff Joints, temo back won't
fight long sgalnst Slosh's Liniment,
For more hn forty years Sloan's
Llntmeut'bss helped thousands, the
world over, ' You won't be an excep
tion . It certainly does produce rciuln.
this old family friend alwayt handy
for Initant'use. Ask your, neighbor.
At oU druggUt-J5c, 70c, 41.40.
Lay Off Radio, Adi
RTOCKHOLM, April 19. The
platu-t Mars an old dying world
In ri'ifilvlng altogether too much at
Inn t Ion from nsrtbly nctrntlstrr tbess'
day and nights, while ths uaiattd
coming young plsnnt Venus Is Just
walling for a chance to know ut
Thin In thn tonclunion of Pro
fi'dior Hvanlo Arrhenlu. Nobel prlte
wlniKir and orm of Kurope' fore
maul KclentlNtN aud astrouoraers,
who lectured here ou thn prospect
or wht'odllng from (bo heaven the
necrniH of no run of our celestial
neighbor, and nipcclslly Mars,
when that planet swlngg Iota clos--Nt
proilmlty to the earth two year
If NclentUls and long distance
radio fun really want lo communi
on Id with Nome celestial neighbor,
PrnfpNftOr Arrhenlu said, they will
not find Mar very cordial,' for the
old fiillow dying or already dead
I, covered with bard froxen sand,
nnd In no dry that It only rain l
mnleorlr ilunt. Perbap a few sea
wrp.l, Mill I'JlM, he aald, but It U
highly Improbable thai even low
animal 1 1 fit could find enough to
NUNtaln It. He described m "fan
tastic" ihn belief that the so-called
rarial obnerved on the planet were
the work of engineer and attribut
ed them to earthquake fissures.
VrnuN, on the other band, offers
potential Knnlrjltf, to Iho patient
uttronnmer, Professor Arrhenlu
declared. Ily "patient" hn roesnt
about a billion years, he eiptalned.
At thn esplratlon of thin period, hej
thought a flourishing colony of In
tnlllgent being might be discov
ered on tho bright little planet.
"Kverythlng on Venu Is dripping
wet," hn continued. "Thn planet
In covered b constant rain clouds
10 kilometers thick, preventing sny
ray from the sun penetrating to
the hotto tnof thn alr-etrsto. Llfo
on thn planet of love I abort and
Living organisms, ha thought,
might be found at the polar re
gloiiH, where the temperature wan
slightly lower than other parts of
"When tho earth ls eittuguUh
cd." ho concluded, "It will, be
Venus, queen of the hesvens, that
will take over the role a carrier
. i fi)
i XOTlCBFOtt FVOLIOATION , .
.' . IWLATICD TRACT
.. Not Coal Land-.
J'Vtlf JO MND HALK '"
DKPARTMK.Yr OF THK INTKIUOn,
U, H. LAND OFKICK at Lakevlew,
OregOn. March 27, 1922,
. NOT-CH Is hereby given that, a
directed by tbe Commissioner of the
Oenofnt Land 'office, under provision
Of Bee, 246G, It. 8 pursuant to the
application of Charles T. Darlny,
Klamath Falls, Ore.,, Herlal No.
QUSM, we will offer at public sale,
(o tbs highest bidder, but at not lea
than 16.85 per acre, at 10 o'clock a.
m., ou tbe 2nd dsyof May, nesf, at
this office, thn following tract of
land: NWV48EK. Hectlon 17, T. 37
B., II, 11 K W. M.
Tbn sale will not be kept open, but
will be declared cloned when those
present at thn hour named have ceas
ed bidding. The person making- the
highest bid will hn required to Im
mediately pay to tbe Receiver the
Any person claiming adversely tbe
above-described land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
beforo the tlmn designated for sale.
F. P. LKJHT, Hecelver.
M 30 A 0,13,20,27 M 4
.-ai-.jiiijjeg"rsB.i.iiiii m m
NOTTCK TO CRFJITORN
Notice l hereby given that the
undersigned, as Superintendent ot
tlsnk for the fitato of Oregon, Is In
charge of tbe asAeta and sifslrs of
the First flute and Havings flank of
Klassstb Falls, Oregon, for the pur
pose of liquidation
All persons who wsy have claim
against said bank sre hereby notified
to tasks legal proof thereof by filing
s duly verified claim, a by Law pro
vided, with the Deputy Superinten
ds of Dank In charge at tbe office
of the First State snd Savings Bank,
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on or before
the 11th day of May, 1922.
FRANK C. IIRAMWF.LL.
Superintendent of Hanks.
Data ot first publication Februsry
9th, 1922. ,-
Dale of last publication May 11th,
F 9.16.23 Mar. 2. 9, 10,23,30,0,1 3.J0,
27 Apr. 6.13,20,27 May 4.11
NOT1CK FOR PUBLICATION
Not Coal Land
Pl'Ill.K) LAND HALF-
DEPARTMENT OF THK INTERIOR,
U. a. LAND OFFICE at Lakevlew.
Oregon, March 1C, 1922.
NOTICE) Is hereby given that, as
directed by thn CommlitslOBer of-tbe
General Land office, under provisions
of Hec. 24SC, K. 8., pursuant to tbe
application of Alfred It. Collier, Ser
ial No. 011C4S.,w will. offer st pub
lic ale, to the highest bidder, but
at not less than $7. 8 J per sera, at
10 o'clock a. m.. on the 27th day of
April, nest, at this office, the follow,
lag tract of land: NEK8I.U. HW
NWK, Section 13, T. 37 8.. K. 9 K
This tract Is ordered into tho
market on showing tbst the greater
portion) thereof is mountainous or
too rough tor cultivation).
Tbe sale will not bs kept open, but
wlllibe declared closed when those
present at thn hour named have cea.
ed bidding. The person making tbe
The Blazed Trail
WORKERS in the woods frequently find the trail blazed
by the axea of those who have gone before. Guided by
these marks, they easily find their tway. .,
Advertisements perform, a similar duty for yen in the important
, business of. spending yeurj money. They point out the way to
values, of which you would never knew if they were not there
t guide you. ,
Do you read them? Wise shoppers do. They are the econom
ical buyers the ,ones who leep themselves strictly .up-to-date
on the, best opportunities, for saving money, or spending, it
judiciously, which is one end the same thing..
Read' the advertisements in ithis paper. Read them to know
what's what in the shopping , district, Read them because they
place, before your eyes a moving panorama of business progress. t
Read thtm to SAVE MONEYTOSAVE STEPSTo'sAVE
DISAPPOINTMENTS. Read them, because, they blaze your,
trail to satisfaction in your, everyday buying.
(jvr'4.'' s . - - i (
','..' ' i ' ". -If' ( .'" (!
"&i j. iL . D.jif.;
usuuificin istjcuiurij. iwivwinui .-. t
highest bid; will be required to Im
mediately pay to tbe Receiver tho
arridtinl thereo'f. '
Any persons claiming adversely the
above-UMcrlbCd land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before thu time designated for sale.
(Publish for five; consecutive weeks'
In lbs "Klamath Hnrald" Klamath
F. P. LIMIT, Register.
M 23,30 A fl, 13,20,27
.VOTfCK OF FJtKCTlON OF A
BOARD OF TURKIC HUFKItVIH.
ORS OF TUB MKAnOWH DRAIN.
AUK DIHTHICT OF KLAMATH
TO THE OWNKRH OF' LAND SITU
ATE IN THE MEADOWS DRAIN
AOE DIHTHICT OF KLAMATH
Notice I hereby given that a meet
ing of tbe owner of land situate. In
tbe Meadow Dralnngn District of
Klamath County, Oregon. I callnd
for the purpose of electing a Hoard
of three aupervlsor a and In the
manner provided by law; said meet
ing to bo held In tbe County Court
room In the Klamath County Court
House In the City of Klamath Falls,
Oregon on Monday the 24th day of
April A. D. 1922, at thn hour of 9
o'clock In the forenoon on said date.
C. R. DELAP.
Clerk of Klamath County, Oregon.
A 0 to 20 Inc.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Not Cost Land
PUBLIC I.A.VD HALK.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U. fl. LAND OFFICE st Lakovlew,
Oregon; March 15, 1922.
NOTICE) I hereby .given that, ss
directed by tbe Commissioner of the
Oenersl Land office, under provision
Hsve you seen tbe Dig
Pair of Eye
In front of 709 Main Street?
Well, that's Dr. Ooble's,
where you bava your eyes ex
amined, glatsea fitted, re
paired or adusted.
Broken lenses duplicated.
We surface, edge, drill and
bevel tbe lenses, any shape,
site or style.
rko, Ofe. 13SW, Res. S3tJ
5- ' J'
,m m ;
rnui l; (i:AmmM.
of Hec 2 4 ". ." , It H pursuant to the
application of JegNo S, Drew, Herlal
No. 011493, wn will otfer nt pub1c
salo, to thn hlghset bidder, but nt not
less than $3,1211 per ncro, nt 2
o'clock p. m on the 27th dny of Ap
ril, next, nt this offlcn, the following
tract of land NK. Suction 13.' T.
37 H R. 1 1 V, V., W. M
This tract Is ordered Into tho
market on n showing that tho groator
portion thoreof Is moiintnlnoui or
too rough for cultivation.
Tho nlo will not ha kept open, hut
wilt be declared closed when those
presant nt the hour named have cens
ed bidding. Tho person making thn
highest hid will ho required to Im
mediately pay to the Receiver the
Any person claiming adversely the
nlinvA.flpnrrfheri dml nrn nilvlitnil tn
file their claims, or objections, on or'
before the tlmn designated for sale. I
(Publish for five consecutlvn weeks'
In tbe "Klamath Herald' Klamath
F. P. LIOIIT. Register
,M 23,30 A (3,13.20,27
If You Need Strength and
The WarId's Greatest Tonic
At Your Service
Cnnsultstlon and Examination Free
K, K. K. Store
la the cheapest thing you buy, pro
vlded you make a wise selection,
We are getting a few green
O. PEYTON CO.
dlf 2701 PfcosM MS
Hplnnl Nerve plnrlird nt
Tho nhovo cut shows how eas
ily narvn energy to Important or
gans may be cut off. A similar
condition In your spine, I thn
c.iuso of your trouble. Chiro
practic ndjustmonts will cor
Drs. Mnllett & Mallett
Seventh and Main Phono S39-J
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
Tat Tons Dais la Oar Suds'
Covar tfsfs) d Center
Imsus Bldf. IQssta VsJss
I. O. U. r.
Prosperity Rrbehah, KM- meets
Flint aa Third ThurMUys
Kwauna F.ncarnpmrmt 4S, meets
Klamath Lodge 137; meet each
Klamath Falls Plumbing
4 Heating Ce,
117 HAEf ST. rHOXB aHaVW
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Office nasi fssstteaea Ptteass SSU
SOFT DRINKS, ICE CREAM
PRICE, HILTON GARRETT
KLAMATH POST No. S,
American Legion meets
la tbe basement ot ths
-new courthouse on Mala
L Street oa the first and
third Tuesdays ot each month.
Bx-serrtce men are Invited to at
tend ths meetings.
Dr Fred Westsrfsld. Commaudsr.
11. E. Oets. Post Adjutant sad Re
lief snd Employment coamlttee.
DR H. J. WINTERS
Graduate and Mate
Nineteen years hers In business
We grind and fit Glaate
Duplicate broken Olaaaea
Beat KqalfpsA OpUesl Store an
714 Main Street
J. C, CLEGHORN
Phosw lSsVJ 1M
DR. J. a GOBLE
70 Melsv St, , Paeae, ItS-W
We tit and, .stfad, glasses, DuefcV
cttt broken lsssss. repair trass.
W. E. ft J. E. Pattorsea
PAIKTBR8 " -
b Paints,' Oils had Varalsk
ago 8. Sixth St., Klanush Falls
, rhons aaW' freas i-te Cite
, -j. j