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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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for iIiIh (.otitlnui'il ilioiiiu'iit litu
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iih against one-fourth to thn dlrec
Ioin or tin) Company M r .Malmikatn
In a Kinililit" of Yale mid the oldet
noil or MiikhiIh Mntsukntu, onu of
the. four remaining Ounro or Elder
Statesmen or the Empire
JiiiinnVi one labor orgnilzutlon, tho
1 Vnalkal, Inn Hunt Its president, IlunJI
Buzlkl, to it l.uhor Congress In Eu
i ope flu In pledged to work for froo
lininlKratlon or labor, which IiIh
'society ii'KiinlH in tint one fluent Ion
I or vital Importance to Japan. Tho
luitiu t oin-HpoiKlciiH. of tin, A)-, Vimiknl Unn about 30,000 mombnrii
mil lateil I'lfRN) Tim labor Munition anil Iiiin been pioinotml by tho Amorl
In receiving tvldit iitlfintlon In Japan 'an liiltarlan Mission In Toklo.
Home Of flie of tho Impi-ilal
(lovcriiiniint Iiiim exliihllshed a llellef
...- ... Inline l-lt. I-'I HIMIIII
jnur uiii'li"K I'liinl.
VOril MOTOR IlKIIIT
VOl II l' Ml HHIHT
VOl'lt INSTALLATION' HIUIM
THAT ttil.li NT.1V HMIIIT
riio Cllv Engineer. uurHtiant lo roBo-
iit'iotiipmiliiil by his ulfit, making thu 'ewitttloM or war-work. A firm pollry lutlon of Common Council horutoforo
Mini lounlr) hip In IiIn car slum Ih favored on tin. Krotiml that fr.-o- adopted, laylng.undor dntn of Janu-
uary i ,uin, nicu piuim, Hpucmcu
IJanuaiy, lllli lln IIUvh Klamath iloni or IioIiIIiik miictliiKH ilmw not ti'ml
I'uIIh no wiill I bat be In koIiu; to re
main bine pennmieiiMy.
itloiiH anil uHtlmati'N or the cohI of lin-
Wo, tin: iinileiHlKlieil. patlentN of ilim ('unit
in Hxmi iiiimr .UHronteni. anil unit. J provliiK Hprlni: Htrcut from Itn Intor-
i In Japan, imtiiiIhnIoii lo oiK'inln tin- Heetlon with Hlxth Htrcct to tho north
Ioiin iloim. not hiiiiii iih promlNliiK uu'l'no of Oak uwiiuc, IncludlnK Inter-
the eHlabllHliineiil of u l.r.bnr Arlillr.. t ! "M And 1110 t'ounrll IIUVII1B
... ..ir. lili ik. mill toil "" " "liileiHlKlieil, patlentN of
.re our ..r.lrr. will. Ms iiimi ).ii )() mo(1,()1 ,,,,,, lnv 1)(ar(1 (
o ihn way the
kaon inn "re rluht
o.wui i..iulni'1'rliiu iiml ItiNtnlljitloiiN hoNpllnl Iiuh been
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i ..., ..,, null uli lu'l- 'iixukiiik iiiiiiiiiki'i iiiiii ein i urNii,
i,e HI"!''"' rn-.i. .mill Kiu mi
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iv.iiinn.r, ... Mu Mlti bell bin., been In ibaiKe, wo
Hie perfe ll HatNfleil III evety wuy
wth Hie line reeleil anil hi'le).
I hum lompeteiil III ever) way
JOHN (1 HWAN
T A ItOIICItTS
, laklnc tho hiiiiii; uniler udvlHeinent,
I anil nndliiK huM plunn and Hpcclflca-
Tih unit MIii Sl.
I hereby announce to the general public that I
am now fully established in the stand previously oc
cupied by the West End Grocery, 220 Main street. I
have a full line of staple and fancy groceries and
fresh fruits and vegetables, and will be prepared to
serve my customers with up-to-date goods.
Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
Fred M. Garich
220 Main St.
Meanwhllo a raillcnl uml InleieM-i tlftriH mid estlmatuH NUtlHfuclory
Iiik Htep Iiuh been taken by K Miitsu-i It Ih hereby Iteiiolvcd, That xald
Iciitu, pieildenl or the KawitN'ikl Do' k !lbm. Mpcclllcutloiiii and uatlmatcn for
Co. or Kobe, who. In ,,HU,,l,MKJtHeiiMliiin)ViiioiitfHrlnBHlrcel
i . .r ............ ... . .. ..'I'''- u,d the hiiiiii! aru hereby ap-
abo.lt IVOIMI.IMIII protltH at ll.e end ,lro.f,i ....J ,Mn further resolved thai
of the j em. Iiuh allotted three fonrl In. ithi, I'ommon Council horeby declared
lo bin woikmeii nml other employei Iih Inl-ntlon to Improve huIiI Spring
Ntreet In accorilancu with huIiI plariH,
,HierlllcatloiiN ami cMllmaleH. uld iin
provement to coiihIhI or puvInK Said
(HprliiK Htreet with either Water
.llounil Macadam .or thu placing upon
IniiIiI Htreet ot clnduni to tho thickness
Ifi, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 or block 18,
Keiond Itnllroad Addition; lotii lu,
Hi. 2a, 2b, 3u, 3b, 4u, 4b, Cu, Cb,
6a. Cb, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9u, 9b, 10a,
10b, 11a, lib, 12a, 12b, 13a, 13b,
Ha, 14b, IGa, 15b, ICa, lflb, 17a,
lii), 18a, 18D, Ilia, 19b, 19c, 20a,
20b, or block 7, rtullroad Addition.
That gald property nbovo llg'd an 1
ilo'i ribed bo and horeby Ih declared
to bo the property to bo asiesncd ror
tho expense of said Improvemr nt.
and bo It further resolved that Tues
day, tho 2.1th duy of February, 1919,
at the hour of 8 o'clock p m , at tho
Council Chambers, In the city hall, be
fixed as tho tliim and placo for tho
Hearing of objections and rcmon
strnnces against tho Bald nroooscd
Improvement; and the Police Judge Is
horeby directed to cause notlco of
said hearing lo be published as by
State of Oregon,
C"lty or Klamath Falls, ss
County of Klamath.
I, A. L. Lcavltt, Police Judge or the
City or Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
ncreby certify that tho foregoing Is a
duly enrolled copy or a resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
tho 27th day of January, 1919, de
claring Its Intention to Improve
Hprlng street from Oak avenue to
Sixth street, and approving the plans
specifications and estimate of cost
submitted by tho City Engineer.
A L LBAVITT,
r.-10t Police Judge.
The City Engineer, purnuant to reso
lution of Common Council heretofore
adopted, having, under date of Janu-
uary 4 ,1918, filed plans, speclfica
tlons and estimates of the cost or Im
former Improvement being $
and the estimate cost of the latter
no.vr srri-i:it! uki.ii:k 'OMi:sl!m')r"v"M:''"1 ,,olnK :"9'1:'-i?- An(l
lie it iiiniHT ri'Huivi'ii u me uuiiiiiiun
proving (Jrant street rrom Eleventh
ot ten Inches and rolling samo down street northerly to the property or
to an approximate thickness or sov-the Llnkville Cemetery And tho
en Inclii'H The CHtlmate cost of the, Council having taken same under ad
visement and finding said -plans,
specifications and estimates satisfactory;
fie It Resolved, That said plans.
nil. wn..M mi ill ii miiii cOUne!l (Mat the following described ispeclflcations and estimates tor the
"ST. J.teollS I.I.MMK.VT" .properly be and hereby Is doclared said Improvement of (Jrant street be
ibenellled b said proposed Improve- and the same are hereby approved
What's rliuumiitUin'' I'uln only'
Stop drugging' Not one case In
llfly roijulres Internal treatment Hub
(hi) mlxcry right away! Apply sooth
ing, penetrating "St Jacobs I.lulment"
directly upon the "tender spot" and
relief comes lntantly "Kt. Jacobs Lin
iment" Is n harmleHH rheumatism and
hclatlca relief which never disappoints
and cannot bum or discolor the skin.
I Umber up' (let a small trial bottle
from your drugglht, and In Just a mo
ment you'll bo free from rheumatic
and sciatica pain, soreness, stiffness,
and swelling. Don't suffer! "St Jn-
Jcobs I.lulment" has relieved millions
ot' rheumatism sufferers In the last
half century, and Is Just as good for
I sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, back
ache, sprains and swellings. Adv.
All thote loin, parts of lots,
pieces mid parcels of land lying
mid being designated upon the nttl
elal plat as so lying between the
north and south center lino ot
block 7 of Itatlroad Addition, the
north and south centor line of Sec
ond Railroad Addition, and tho
westerly boundary lino of the right
of way of the Southern Pacific
company, said lots, parcels and
pieces of land, being more partlcu
la.. , described as follews:
Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. 6, 7. 8. 9. 10
of block 8, Railroad Addition; lots
1. 2. 3, 4, S, 6. 7, 8. 9. 10. 11. 12
of block 1 1 or Second Railroad Ad
dition; lots 1, 2. 3, 4 or block 20.
Second Railroad Addition; lots 7.
8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 13. 14. ID, 16, 17.
IS. l'J. 20. 21 or block 19, Second
Railroad Additien: lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
f.. 0. 7, S, 9. 10. 11. 12. 13, 14, 15,
T OGGING and Lumber Concerns, Con
" tradlors, Communities and Municipalities
proposmp; or projcctino; Lojrginjj, Land Clearing, 'Rcc
almation, Irrigation, Road and Highway Building
will ! hncl in this Government Sale an unequaled oppor
tunity to procure Machinery and Equipment.
SEALED HIDS will lo received on these listed matennls, until 11 A.
M. Suttirday. Fehnuiry IBtli, Trnd thereafter opened nt the Headquarters
"I" the United States Spruce Production Corporation, Yeon Building, Port
Personal inspection of materials is invited to lie made at Assembling
Depot, Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, Washington, by securing Creden
tials from Sales Board nt Headquarters, yeon Building, Portland.
For Terms, Descriptive Catalogue of MnterinLs and Placing of Bids,
United States Spruce Production Corporation
Yeon Building, Portland; Oregon
Logging, Hoisting ana Loading
Smith A Watson,
Sizca lanniiifj from
33-ln. x 1-l-in.
20-lb. Rclnycr .... C84 Tons
JO-lb. New 40 Tons
:)5-lb. Hclayer .... 2G Tons
10-Iu. Itcluyer .... 147 Tons
45-lb. New 1727 Tons
45-Ib. Kcluyer .... 490 Tons
54-lb. Kclnycr .... 5G Tons
C0-lb. New 2.181 Tons
07'4-lb. New COM Tons
80-lb. New 2010 Tons
Geureil and Hod, 36 to 70-Ton.
Shays, New Yorks, Baldwins,
Hoiak'i-3, Climax, etc.
Connected and disconnected,
0,000 to 80,000 capacity.
Packords, H4 to G-Ton
Standiuds, IH to B-Ton
Darts, 1 Mi-Ton, Dcnbys, 2-Ton"
Foids, Five-1'asscnger '
A. C. CJF.r,'fRic MOTORS
440-volt, a-...i?, '10-cyclo.
to 75 II. P., wnu ij
Other Machinery and
Equipment for Sale
The Salct, Uoard Reserves
the riitliC tc r.ccoi)t or
reject s illtla.
Be It further resolved that the Com
mon Council hereby declares its In
tention to Improve bald portion of
Grant street, in accordance, with the
unlit plaiiB, speclflcatlonx and esti
mates. Said Improvement to consist
of Oil Macadam, at an estimated 'cost
of $1,695.00. or of placing cinders
upon said street to a depth of eight
Inches at an estimated cost of
$1, 168. 00. The said Improvement In
either event to Include grading, curb
ing and rolling. And be it further
resolved by the Common Council, that
the property hereinafter described be
and hereby Is declared to be benefit
ed by said proposed Improvement,
Lots 1. 2. 3, of block 68. Nichols
Addition; lots 5. 6. 7. 8, 9, of block
60 of Nichols Addition.
And that said property above de
scribed bo and hereby is declared
to bo the property to bo assessed for
tie expense of said imprevement:
and bo it further resolved that Tues
day, the 25th day of February, 1919,
at the hour of S o'clock p. in., at the
Council Chnmbers, In tho city hall, be
fixed as tho time and place for the
Hearing ot objections and remon
strances against the said proposed
improvement; and the Police Judge Is
horeby directed to cause notlco of
said hearing to bo published as by
State of Oregon,
City of Klamath Fulls, ss:
County of Klamath.
I, A. L. Leavitt, Police Judge of the
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify that tho foregoing Is a
duly enrolled copy of a resolution
adopted by the Common Council on
the 27th day of January, 1919, de
claring Its intention to improve
Grant street from Eleventh to ceme
tery line, and approving tho plans.
specifications and estimate ot cost
submitted by the City Engineer.
A. U. LEAVITT.
lOt Police Judge.
r-T ttfQ&&f vl ' A
Terms .19 Jefferson st
OH nALi: Nine room "modern
ouse, furnace, lawn, fruit treB
FOR SALE SO acres good land'
fenced, small bulldine. fin ncr
WANTED To care for children part '"'pted, 40 per aero, terms. See
of afternoons or evenings. Inquire
Herald office. 30-6t
WANTED Home In best residence
PHONE PEYTON for Wood U2U . "".. . . ,t. sel1 or trade
In Prt payment for irrigated land.
FOR SALE Singer oewlne mucnine
and Edison phonograph Call 722
Tenth street. ".'it
Address E. Merrill, care Mrs. O. T.
McKcndree. cor. 9th and Oak sts., or
phone 197X. 3-6t
OR TR VOE Timber
WANTED Cabinet letter file; give
Nellie Wail. 226 Mortimer R -.
r a vrcr rr i
FOR SALE-Cheap. well-built 27-ft. , " ," " ""(
speedy launch; will accept Llbertyv ou l.-i .,. o....
Ronds at par. The Smoke. 3-6t " '
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Flne stock HtlJ..0":.?-1"
ranch, right in the heart of the , -.JZ!L.w"- ""
bunch grass in Malheur County; 35
head of good cows, chickens, wagons,1
hacks ;all tools go with ranch Any
body interested, write Mrs. R E.
Cavlness, Harper, Ore 3-20t
LOST AND FOUND
FOCND On Main street, gold ring.
Owner may have same by calling
at Lawrence's cigar store. 4-2t
FOR SALE Swiss Toggenberg milk
goat. 819 Walnut Ave. 31-Gt
hearing of objections and remon
strances against the said proposed or
improvement; ana tne t'once Judge
be and hereby is directed to cause no
tice of said hearing to be published
as by Charter provided.
TO RENT Desk space at 621 Main
street, next to Goldsmith the tall-
Watklns Jr., phone
State of Oregon airayea to my piace near Bonanza,
City of Klamath Falls, ss; nine head of cattle, branded O on
County of Klamath. ri,gl)t r b: crop 5 of left car' under"
I. A. L. Leavitt. Police Judge of the JL8" ?"' Oespotted yearling.
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon. do botch brand crop off rght ear crop
hereby certify that the foregoing is a'"nd allw '"I on '" ,ear: WneJ
duly enrolled copy of a resolution : ?an have ffme by paying feed blu anQ
minniaH hv ih nni.nn rn..noii lor a ertising.
tho f7h Hnv nt tnnnn-v 1Q1Q o -3t W. H. SPARKS.
ciaring its intention
I have at my place one muley red
Lincoln street from Ninth to Eleventh
street, and approving tho plans.
speciflcat ons and estimate of cost and white spotted cow. branded CK
submitted by the City Engineer. 0n right and written N on the left
r , n. ' Jr .. VY i h'P and Pitchfork on left rib; te.t ear
5'10t Police Judge, .cropped, under half crop and upper
T " - (slope on right ear. Owner please
Resolution to .Change Street Grade !caU and cet cov.. and Dav -.,,.-
Tho City Engineer, pursuant to reso
lution of Common Council heretofore
adopted, having, under ante of Junu-
uury 4 ,1 9 1 S, filed plans, specifica
tions nml estimates ot tho cost ot im
proving Lincoln street from Ninth,
northerly to Eleventh street. Includ
ing intersections ,and the , Council
having taken sumo under advisement
and finding said plnns, specifications
and estimates satisfactory;
llo It Hereby Resolved, That said
planB, specifications and estimates
tor tho improvement of Lincoln street
from Ninth street, northorly to Elev
enth street, bo and tho same ure hore
by approved. And bo It further re
solved that tho Common Council
horeby declares Its Intention, to im
prove said portion of Lincoln street
lu accordance with said plans, speci
fications and estimates, said improve
ment to consist ot paving said por
tion ot said street with Oil Macadam,
ut an estimated cost, including ce
ment sidewalk, curbing and grading,
of $4,234,00, or placing upon said
street .eight inches ot cinders, with-;
out sidewalk, ut an estimated cost ot
$2,206.00. Said improvement in
either event to include grading, roll
ing nnd curbing. And be it further
resolved by the Common Council that
the property hereinafter doscribod,
bo and hereby is declared beueflted by
said proposod improvement, to-wit:
Lots C, V, 7, S, ot block G6,
Nichols Addition; lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
ot block 62 ot Nichols Addition;
lots 1 und 4 ot block 61 ot Nichols
Addition; lots 5, 6 ot block 57 ot
Nichols Addition. f
And that said property ubovo de
scribed bo and hereby Is declared
to he tho property to be assessed for
tho expense of sutd Improvement;
and be It further resolved that Tues
duy, tho 25th duy ut February, 1919,
at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m.. at tho
Council Chambers ot the city hall, be
fixed as tho timo and place for the
Whereas, the Common Council i
deems It expedient to change the es
tablished grade on Tenth street at
Its Intersection with Pine street, I
Be It Resolved, That the grade on
Tenth street nt its intersection with I
Pine street be changed from 176.0 as.
now established, to 175.0 nn thn
northerly side of said intersection.!
and to 174.5 on the southerly side ofi
State ot Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss:
City of Klamath Falls.
I. A. L. Leavitt, Police Judgo of
said city, do hereby certify that the
foregoing is a duly enrolled copy of I
the resolution changing grade on.
Tenth street at its intersection with
Pine street, as passed by the Com
mon Council of the City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, on January 27. 1919.
(SEAL) A. L. LEAVITT.
30-10t Police Judge.
CHAS H, FLACKUS,
DR. G. A. MASSEY
SucccMir to Dr. Truax
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Ofllce phone 80.1
Ites Phone 80M
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for tho County of Klam
ath. Alexander Shlvo, Plaintiff,
Poarl Shive, Defendant.
To Pearl Shlve, the above named De
I.oomh llldg., Klamath Falls
Crisler & Stilts bldg, "th & Main
In the name of the Stute of Oregon, ...... .dhw'i
you are hereby required to appear! HTV AM) COUNTY AI1STRACT
and answer the complaint filed
against you in the ubove entitled suit,
on or before tho 12th day of March,
1919, that being tho clay of tho last
publication ot summons nnd the last
day within which you aro required to
answer, as fixed by tho order of pub
lication ot this summons. If you
fall to appear und answer, tho plain
tiff will apply to the Court for tho re
lief demanded in said complaint. Said '
suit is brought to secure dissolution i
ot the bonds of matrimony existing
betweon yourself and tho plaintiff,
upon the grounds ot willful desertion
ot the plaintiff by you, for a period of
one yoar last past and prior to the
commencement ot the above entitled
suit. This summons is published lu
the Evening Herald, a daily nowspa-j
por of general circulation In Klamuth '
County, Oregon, printed and publish-!
od at KJamnth Falls in said county1
and state, by order ot the Honorable
D, V, Kuykendall, Judge ot said
Court, and dated January tho 29th,
1919, the first publication to be made.
on the 29th day of January, 1919,
and tho last publication Ihoroof on
the 12th day ot March, 1919.
Signed, H. M. MANNING.
Attorney for tho Plaintiff.
Olllce und postotlico address, 409
Main street, Loomls Uldg., Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
Moiiej to loan on teal estate at
S pet rent.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Phy-ltlnu Surgeoa
Nulled I, I . F. Temple
(orer K K K Store)
Plume :--M .. "
(The only Osteopathic Phyji-
clau and SurgeoD
SAW MILL EXGINKWUXfl &
Designers and builder of mod.
mm Saw Mills. Plnnlni: Mills Uo
Plants. Complete plants tontract
ill. AppiaNnN and reports made.
DmliiliiK. Wo contract to bulla
any class of a building and install
machinery of an) Kind.
Drafting f any kind done. 11 ue
Prints made. I'HOXB 140J
Olllco In K. D. Building