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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1919)
ATl.MMV. I'KIIHl'AUV H, IIHt.
THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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"IiiIIiiii'IiIm or full In pay out mi Hi''
amount charged hmuIiihI their proji
i'il Hid i'lly iriiint. It Its IIiiiuh Uil In
legrlly lit muliitulnml In the uuHIiIm
vwulil. mill tlm tciiilt Ih Unit Mr
I'l'iipi'ity (JttiiiT mi tin- Thlril utri'iji
or Nlnlli MlM'i-i lin in I'ijKMit who
puis up prompt!) lln ii ti ti t 11 1 liiiilall
ititmtH utiil Ititi-ri'Ht or mh up in full
III U m t hIiouIiIit Ii Ih piiipoitliiti of u tut
Ii'v ullli li'til in pny out
ntn ft ili'lliiiin iii y. mill Hint
I'XH'ih I ( 1 1 Ih being iIoiiii
ll Im nil vi'i Hunt III in; itml kiiIIm
f)lug in Muni In Miur iliiirli-r whet.
HllllMI'lUI'lll 1',1'IIITIll llliprilVI'llll'lllH
nit' i oiiti'iiipliili'il iiml vriy Imilly
iiimmIi'iI iiiiiI In ulilrli tin- whole It v
li ltnlly Int Mi'Hliiil frimi ii mi Ii 1 1 it r '
mill Imllil up mmiilpiilni, Hint In untl
nuttlm. Id.. Ii.lnl I.. ....I... I I. ..I..I. ,...!.. ......
...i . i i . t i. i "ii tin- iinii, uiiiii.iii iiiiiimi 'm ivnn
Tin. Imlde.,1 Ih ti ...pioil.n. I..,, of ,.,.,,,,,.., bonds hut...,!
mi iiitiinl linppiiilui; In n Himitl Long (r IMlt Hlri.(.( imiirov .tniut.i itliull
I H til II ll lllWII ildjollllllg II Village WlllTf tl'lt ll Illl'luil.'ll III HIII'll I'Hlltlllltt) or
ndvkiiiI iiimii'H Iii "Tim Horvlm Him. imiiihiUUIiiii Ilttl It don't work mil
..!.. I..K.... Learning Mini ii fur.. Hi iirliial iirii.lU.. r.ir Mr llniul lluy
, .... . . "r, lutfittlgutliig Hi" llituiiclul Btutiil-
Wllll WHS llllllllll.il rill (III. I0)H (If til.' (. ()f , ,.Uy ,,, ,.l)lt.c,,m W,,
ilrnft l.'iiliiK for i iinip. the (ioldw)ii imtti.uipluti il Ihhiiiiii.'.i of bund for u
dliintor ili'i'lit.'il In mill it tomli of sewer, wiidirunrlot. rVctrlr ll:litlni:
ri'iilNm to Hi.' pln iiml bn.iight til..''"- V"'"r l'""r- iH "rv Insistent on
iiiiiiini; i'u iiiiiiriiiiiiniii iriiiuvn in
.till outstanding obligations of tint
i'll : mill It In on Hint Hiatus Unit ho
Mii.lt;.' K.'titiil ii ih wi'hI (loldnwi
I'leltll.' 'I In' H.'Mlii' Htnr tiiiii.'
Ntun.lH out nun ! pioiiiliii'iitly 1 1 1 ii ii llii
M'i.iii' ilnpli tlliK ii Kioup of (I A It
Vl'tlllllllH nli lillif. lin. Imi)'h In Icliul.l
) it I UK tin' Hinge foi .liltlp, JtlHt art
Hit M'I.'Iiiiih IIii'IiihcIm'h .Mil itiiirn
lllllll II . I'llllll) iiko
Frankly, now. to It a truly proven- tho mild Improvement of Spring street
Hlvi' spirit that blindly plunges it city be', unit tint some arc horeby ap
liitu n bonded Indebtedness upon proved, a nil It lit further resolved that
wlilili the uiinuiil IntereiH churg'i the Common Council heroby declares
"(inilii or exceeds tint current run- Its Intention to Improve said Spring
Hint t'Xp.'iitiu't In uny ten-year period? street In accordance with said pluntt.
Of i'iiiu'ikj If tliu puoplu of ii city uro specifications und estimates, said Im
unly Inti.rvHti'it In tin. luimcdliiti. provemetit to consist of paving said
pii'iwnt of ti city, or foi lliu spitcu, ray sprltic BtH-et with either Water
of i. lifetime, or for the brief Dtrlod , limiinl Miniiilnm or ttie uluclne ution
I lie Sixth i'f iiitHlui'HH uillvlly. them Ih liol lutirh HIIi,. H.r,.,.t f clmlerH to tin. thlcknem
In JtiHt to l,o Kiild Mill, on the other hi-n.l, t lt, inches mid rolling name down
III tlilii if iil' me IlldlllKltlB n par.loua )!.,, . .... u,,ri,xiuinH thleknens nf hhv-
'I'J'Utti Iririni4 Tint jf Ittiti f i rwtut nf ttif
mid the estimate rout of the latter
improvement being $'!,97.ri DO And
prl.li! In your home rlty. Ill It i
..imt'iii nmi itimoraiiie gro'v':i .it a f()rm,.r imjyovcmeiit b-lng ?,
fll , 1.1 II il.li .' WIIUI.J lltA lull
anil in-iieismc utH do not prohlb t a
pi r " a riiini owning liln own Iiomi i
turn that ollir nl ir.r
tl llll'l ll.'Hl
In tin wall
netici: rou iiids.
Hi liool Hoard of Dlht No. 1 will
i. lehe IiiiIh on fiirnai. Ii Iioiihp bIUi
Hied on "link 111'), Mlll Addition
I li Ih li'juib' Hie piopurt.' of tli-3 lil"t
Ad.l'iMH bldH lo IDA II MOMVCIi,
I'ouiptiny to tin' town on the day of
(ho fi'HtUllli'H The pieHenin of llix
i vi't.'taliH tit tit.' depot Man a fount'
of liKlet'tlble ntllprlfte to the plityerH
parlli'iilaily .Miiilgi Kennedy
liinkeH IiIh bid. If al all The hondx
or tliU rlty of Klamath I'.iIIk II ml
their way Into all manner of lianilt jih
llivenlitieiilH; tlii'.v form HiiliHlanllal
purl of the Hfitirllli'ii of KtivltigH
baukn, they are llKed extrnaUi'l) by
Tlir. HUM VITUIN' " '
,U'Mlhyn'l.i"V rv.lt ai.uc.i. I
J r"uul A.Uifi 5(-Ul
uhlcli u ill.plioed "Kb uuiimial
,uc(t' nl Hi l",r l"'atrn Ji'iilenlay. ,
Thl nlrttir.' .m dlrc'led by IichIit
T"V , ?,,. nri.ili.J I . Hor llornld liming noled Ihe
Wither, .-no of the tarniiiMt I rodu r , ,,, 1)y yulir ,,, ,,.
r,.r In the (mini O fur Artrrnri, ii ,,.,,,1,,,, u,,, iui.Htlon of mreit Im
II Ii tuft' t" i" l,inl " ,H '" "" Hl',,""'provoiuent In r.Tini ihhiU'h. I mil nd
Inferlnr In RlttitrtMenrnN. Inleri't dri'HHliiK you In t liul nam.' (oiuie lion
and drnll.K pow.-r In t.tlior nolahlo' "" " "I'lrlt of irlilelnm of ..ur
ana urn h i pirn Ida - hilt with the Idea of elifrl
AUrrn t Picture lla H'"" I'IoIh ii , , ,
Hie Atlantic .iN-loafl. mid It prov.'i ..u,,,,,,!,,,, , , ,(,,. pollry li..ri.t..-'"l''",' "' tl"' "'"r,s "r ,r'"1" ''' "Vl,r
t,.i nil hviilieimli'd I'lllreim urn not r,,r.. un.l w.m llkeh to In. nurMiitid ri'lH,,u"" "''' g-ltlmiH
i. .r.iiiir. tin. rniitilrv ur tin. futuri'. Ill riiiiiimtliiu Willi tliel The law rotitemplateH mid good
"' " ' ... I .. I. I...... I .. I.. Il.lu
lUHKiilg oi mi. 'ii iriiiirov.'ii'i'iun hi iti-n
lliiln.nl It V nf iitir tit-litl) (lllll bllllL'l
netici: roit inns.
Hi bind liotild of Dint. No I. will
imi'Iiii IiIiIh for wood. Mid on 100
lonU of lioilv wood. 80 cordH to lie
dellM'ied al ItlxciHlde, Hit lordu to
te ili'lheied at Cellttal Wood to be
lit from gieen tlmbei, elr. See form
Or will rendM' bids on 'HO roid of
bmikH throiigliout the I'tilled Slates la' -, fir and pine. Mid on fir Hepar
an nei'iliet) for dt'innll of poalul hhv- atel) i.nd pine separately. Ktatlng
lugs tnoney. as ImfstmeiiiH for the anio.itit of each to be furnished. Kir
hiivIiikb of widow and people of mod in-foiled 120 cords to bo delivered
.rate tui'.illH ll Is at nine natent lo at lllxci Mill) Ullil 1-" (orus ai luiunii
all Mini il k t Ii it t a ititirh graver n
HiioiiHlhlllly rents with the lluanclal
agents of I Ii Im or an) other city than
in apparently appieclnted It I their
moral mid sworn duty to hcd that the
obligations of the city are kept with
in a safe limit, ii the end that ll i
lluanclal standing shall not be liu
parcd by non-pa) mnit of Interest due
or the vitliit. of Its obligations le-
Till' K life
yinirni'If I liuie
i.,i juit, as npp.Hi'il lo llie I illlimil . .tuii.l. gravel, nuslied rork or paten!
ml iralnlliK of a oiiug dlvilill) sin- ed p,iMinelil foi sale al Ibe proelil
.t..i (....ii.h.K the Hiileii.llil iheiiu. Ill writing . and In all likelihood
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If Ul... ' In U'l.l.'li . "Ill llll' llll...-.".. . ...
bualues dictates that, upon receipt
of a petition for III" Improvement of
.my street or Btreeta the Common
I'oiiurll shall be advised of the ns-
leHscd valuation of the properlv that r $ioo each bear interest at the rate
will be beiii'llted mid liable for the ()f i per cent per annum, payable
cint, and upon thul basis determine ..einl-aniiunlly; said bonds to mature
what character of improvement, if t the rate of four each' year hegln-
ilnt pioperiy can saieiy lie
be ll further reiolved by the Common
Council that th following described
properly b" and hereby I declared
biiniillted by said proposed Improve
All those lots, parts of lots,
pteies and parcels of land lying
and being designated upon the olll
clal plat as so lying between the
north und south center line of
block 7 of Iliillroad Addition, the
north and south center line of Sec
ond Railroad Addition, and the
westerly boundary line of the right
of way of the Southern Pacific
company, said lots, parcels and
pieces of land, being more partlcu
la.. , described as follows
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, fi. C. 7. 8, 9, 10
of block 8, Railroad Addition; lots
1. 2 S, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
ot block 1 1 of Second Railroad Ad
dition; lots 1, 2, .1, 4 of block 20.
Second Railroad Addition; lota 7,
8, 9. 10, 11, 12, 13. 14. IS, 10. 17,
18, 19, 20. 21 of block 19, Second
Railroad Addition; lotu 1, 2, 3, 4,
C, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
1C, 17. IS, 19, 20, 21 of block 18,
Second Railroad Addition; lots la,
lb, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, Cb,
Ca, Ch, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a,
10b, 11a. lib, 12a, 12b, 13n, 13b.
14a, 14b, ICa, 15b, 16a, 1Gb, 17a,
17b. 18a, 18b, 19a, 19b, 19c, 20a,
20b, of block 7, Railroad Addition.
That said property above lls'od a.i 1
ilr.Li rltiiil Im iiml Vinvnlti In ilinifopurl
secretary of said district, at Merrill. J, (J ,)e Ule pro)orty t0 ue assessed for
Oregon, till the 18th day of reljru-jthe t.xen9e o sald improvement.
ary. ijiu. Ill l' III ui aaiu uuiu. iui -
,tlic purchase of bonds or such dis
trict to the amount of $2,000; such
botidii lu be Issued In denomination
WIbIics to muke agency arrane-nenta with
first class responsible citizen of Klamath Falls
as agent for large Stock. Klre Insurance and
liondlng Companies. Man must be hlgh-grada
ritlen, ambitions and energetic Address
Representative, U W., care Klamath Kails
Ceitlfl"il or Cashiers check Ii per-
rent of bid nccoinpany bid. bealeil,
mnrlii'd bid for wood. Address lo
IDA II MOMYKK. Clerk. 8-121
Xiitl f Sale of Irrigation DNlrlrt
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
propoxtils will lio received by the
Hoard of Directors of tho Sunnysldo
Irrigation District, at the office of the
- HIII'll II I'UIIMII '" I. , , I ...l, f HUJ.
TUfda ilura Is the flil.'f iiltractlo.i ,llfrlmill,m ,imK ,b line of making I charge.! ltli The ( otincll shou ... Thl, ,II)an, r0S(!rves the right to
IH play lion.', which will make peo. ' ,r,., improvutneiitH that would. un-,"H "latter of fact take Into consld- ject any or all bids.
m. tdnk lo.estlo.ia blv be of value a a gul.lt, to ' " "' conflscallon of -r. per j u KOTHBIUNQHAM.
I. -W Won.,., Bins- Thn.la any cl,.,,,, charged , , .c a U, vv,,h, ,; ; , -TnT '-w", .. . ?"&" "iM i"
lltr. Klu wbn. ..n.lotib.etlly Is tht- J ' tt "m ,y '-""' fr -h. Insur- ,5,.,'
r'.eM work of her career. She " , - ,''' ' ', '". , ", ."" .' IllirkH!...c... up-keep m.,1 tlepreclalloti; and lJVLLl :
-- - ' iiiii 11 itii.il tfiii mr 1 iin riLiiiirii nu 1 1111
,'t.r.rn,, llie .ole of l-opp. a a ........ ,,,, . stale. ... thai g yen ng , ; w
m. woman. In a manner that Is foi cl- body. Htnln. fonty or muiHNpiil t ;t,.xtl)t ral, , clt). mMy underwrite
blf. in ili'llcalel) louil.lng In Itsap- .. safely confiscate above .. ,r ..i,,,,,,,,, ,,, tlu. Ileci.,,.
m -P thru all her dnvlou, H " ';; l , " ' j;,, , i". ""'" ,M " t'"l"":l1 J",,",'"1
. roniin..... ... Inv.. .. w,....K .ll-1 ,","r' ."r'. i.. '"' ' ' ' " "".."'' r aull.orii.'.l lo hyi'i.thecati. the fu-
I 111. IIIIII IIIIII- ! .Ill- .,..-....
Unity minium, until at last, despair
lint of ever winning his lespcii, slm
ll ahiiilt lo Ink" her life He fur
Klvcs her nml she heglus a new life
n n relllciut'iit worker, and also nu
IU wife Al the Liberty Ktuiiltiy
Slntllii'e mid livening
Of llti' 1111111) loiicliliiR Incidents In
ni:.vitiu:i) k.isi:ii is
c.iti:woit .i .i.oi:.
of all ititllilclpullllfH. big
III a pniltlou. lluancliill)
,.... ... ...... ..V...... .. 1...I... ..m I.. ........
or lllll.-. ""Ml;,Vll,,rrt?
Ill llllllll.ll .Ml, ...... I u.l.. II I.,
It 11 . 1 t . - , ,1, , .... 1 I 1 unit" in jut Min.-tiiiu jtiniiiit-tiiitiii
Indisputable evidence ., th. sound- f , , llllclu mtu it . cll.
ness of the foregoing statement m0pt!ng the slogan, "(ilve the prop-
In a municipality Ihe size of Ktuiu-1 riy owner what he wanla and Is
no vaiiiniiou willing In pay for." In Ihe way of
Ins for a tie- Htreet Improvements Mr Property
tilt) total Of I Mu llnl-'ri U'lllllu lllll. flint llltliTla ."ill
ratlvely easy nfoly be entertained and considered SV""' V-'
nclal safety ,,,.y In relation to the lluanclal con-,ut' "' K
all. Pulls, whose aggregatn valuallon willing In pay for." In the way of
of unable proper!) remains for a tie- Htreet Improvements Mr Property
null) at npproxiiiimei iim iniai 011 owners wanls anil ambitions can
S3, niMi.UOti. ll Is coiupara
lo ileleritiln.' the Una
mark for (be limit of Us lion. led In- It Jon of the city as a whole, and In
ileliledliess Ithe light of Its ability lo meet ll.s nc
Now, here Is another statement. ' criiing obligations.
It.'Miliilliui to Change Street (Jriule
Whereas, the Common Council
deems It expedient to change tho es
tablished grade, on Tenth street at
Its Intersection with I'lno street.
Me ll Resolved, That the grade on
Tenth street at Its intersection with
I'lne street be changed from 176.0 us
now established, to 175.0 on the
northerly side of said intersection,
anil to 174 5 on the southerly side of
Slate of Oregon,
of Klamath, ss:
I. A I. I.eavllt. Police Judge of
said city, do hereby certify that the
foregoing Is a duly enrolled copy of
AMSTERDAM. Keb. 8. -UUor'.i
health Is again
anxiety, mid a dispatch from Anier
otwn today He is a solitary figure
and Is described 11s "careworn." Tho
former emperor has grown a beard.
Mom cf Ids iittemlants have, left him
ami returned 10 (ieriuiiny.
along the sanie line. Hint Is capaiile' Now, It Is on this basis, mid on no thu resolution changing grndo on
of verification, vl The conllsca- other, that tho street Improvement Tenth 'street at Its Intersection with
lion of m per tent of the value of in- problem or any oilier municipal prob- I'lno street, as passed by the C0111
eoiiii' property on Main streel Is tiilti'i em. Involving the putting out of , mun Council of the City of Klamath
a dlflerenl proposition from a conlls-t municipal obligations, can be ban- Kails, Oregon, on January 27, 1919
callon of 25 percent of Ihe value of died with safoty to the credit and (SHAM A- 1. MOAVITT,
residence or noti-liicome property, for'stutiillng of this city If this city, or 30-10t
for a street Improvement And It Is I any other city, would keep out of the
exactly this difference that should 1 financial itiagmlre Into which so!
guide Hie Common Council 111 tleier-; many havu stumbled, and are today
WOT SPOTS roil IIKSKItT I.A.M).
WASHINGTON, I). C. Keb. S.
The Pulled Suites may go dry but
for Wmdilngton there will bo an nnsls
or tiuvcrul or them ICmbassles ami
K'litloiw are lechnlcally "foreign
oil " Wltlcli means they can Import
all tin. Ihpmr desired
HTMui flli I'n ir Imiti mirultnnt f n mat-
. . I .. 1 I I - I I UU V, MJ KllhltlUVI ) IMIIdlllllll tVJ ll.illl
mining the character and cost of al!ouiiderlg about In with no chance iut(tm of common Council heretofore,
pionosed street l.nproven.ent In ft..),!,, flight for lhiuldatlon. and no nvo-j , , , h , under dato of Janu
partlcitlar tllstrlcl. Hint Is. lo deter-. nue of escnpn ece(l by refunding or1. ' , .,. fl, , qnoPinpn.
mine what Ihe property benell.e.l cnnlabsoluto .epudl.itlon I "" 4n :"?" '" ' i 'nhnB S'T i",
siiiiori In the aggregate and be re
lied upon lo pay up and out on The
coiii'Uiiess of this proposition Is man
ifest viien It Is uiitlerHtood that the
il entity must, anil
underwrite every Improvement bond
Issued In other words, If Ihe proper
ty owners on Sixth street don't pay
ui on their annual luteiest and In
ml. . . .....1.1.... .. ..nl.... 1.. .1.1..
lllli miiiiiii-n in mun III nun lit- . o. ..!.,.. .nA f..... I lnA
Kind have their Inception in a dlsro-' ,r"V ,K, S, ''Alf, f' Jfv , '. " '"'Th
K.,,,1 of wholesomo law and regult,110" '" ' lrf"i. "'" "0,r'h
tlon, and In deilm.ee of the dictates ''"" Oak avenue. Including Inter-
nutnuup uii iiiu uuiiuii iiutiiih
Willi 11 too rea.lv .Hsposltlon to accept 'l'"V"K i" BUV, "luer u"v,8U1e"1'
he hip hip hurrah altitude of a por- 'V"1 flml K wild plans nndspecitlca
tiou of the population as a guarantee, ,loH ""f1 estimates satisfactory;
of what Ihe Ml urn holds In store I ,'1 Ih hereby Resolved. That said
plans, specifications and estimates for
and be it further resolved that Tues
day the 25th day of February, 1919
at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m., at the
Council Chambers, in the city hall, be
fixed as the time and place for the
hearing of objections and remon
strances against the said proposed
Improvement; and the Police Judge is
hereby directed to cause notice ot
said hearing to be published as by
State of Oregon,
City of Klamath Falls, ss:
County of Klamath.
I, A. L. I,eavitt, Police Judge of the
City of Klamath Kails, Oregon, do
nerehy certify that tho foregoing Is a
duly enrolled copy of a resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
the 27th day of January. 1919, de
claring Its Intention to Improve
Spring street from Oak avenue to
Sixth street, and approving the plans
specifications nnd estimate of cost
submitted by tho City Engineer.
A. L. I.EAVITT.
5-10t Police Judge.
The Booming oi Cannon Has Ceased "Over There"
And It s Time to Boost Business Over Here
The war is over, and we've won. Lightless nights have been tlone away with by the National
Fuel Administration. The purpose of lightless nighto was not alcne to save coal, but the Govern
ment felt that the darkening of Electric Signs offered the beat means of quickly and visibly bringing
home to the people the fact that the nation was actually nt war. It io fitting, therefore, that dark
ness, gloom, depression and pessimism be abolished in favor of good cheer, bright lights, more
business and optimism. The Electric Sign is the harbinger of good cheer, healthy business and of
general prosperity. Let's get things going full speed ahead on a solid, substantial peace basis. Burn
your Electric Sign. Give our boys a glad welcome upon their return home.
BRIGHTEN UP FOR THE BOYS COMING HOME
California-Oregon Power Company
Herald's Classified Ad vs.
AGENTS WANTED To sell our
iulck line seller of a dozen big money
makers; large profits, quick gales;
particulars free W H . 1021 Wash
ington street l-3t
WANTED-Cabinet letter file; give
description and price. Address
R M K . Hr-rald office. 3-tf
WANTED Home in best residence
section of Ashland ,to sell or trade
in part, payment for Irrigated land.
Address E Merrill, care Mrs. 0. T.
McKendree, cor 9th and Oak sis., or
phone 197X. 3-6t
WANTED Ctirl or woman to do
general housework Phone, 2G8J.
WANTED To buy
that are weaned.
214, Klamath Falls
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Call
on Schubert, next postofflco. 11-tf
WANTED Position, by young lady
Experienced In general office work
and clerking. Address xyz Evening
WANTED To buy or trade, pony;
must be absolutely gentle for chil
dren to drive; will buy. or trade for
a 1.200 pound mare Lewis Noll.
R. F. D No 1 :,.4t
PHONE PEYTON for Wood 112R
WANTED To sell or trade, modern
S-room house In Klamath Falls,
for Irrigated farm, 60 to 80 acres;
will nav caah illfTorpnpa Vm.n n
FOR SALE Relglan hares; am leav- (iotli 224 Michigan ave. ' 5-4t
ing cuy, anu wsu sen one uucn mm
four does; three with young and
bred again. Inquire F X., this
FOR SALE Singer 'ving maciun'
and Edison phonograph. Call 722
Tcnili street. -:-1t
NICE CLEAN ROOMS Palace rooft
lng house, under new management,
320 Main st . phone 209J 5-6t
FOR SALE Cheap, well-built 27-ft. ' llae at my place one muley red
speedy launch; will accept Liberty v anl w"lte spotted cow, branded OK
Bonds at par. The Smoke. 3-6t on rBlu and written N on the left
nip ,ana pucniorK on left rib; left ear
FOR SALE OR TRADE Fine stock cropped, under half crop and upper.
ranch, right In the heart ot the 81I'9 " rignt ear. Owner pleasa
bunch grass in Malheur County; 35
bead of good cows, chickens, wagons,
hacks ;all tools go with ranch. Any
body Interested, write. Mrs. R. E.
Cavlness, Harper. Ore. 3-20t
call and get cow and Day charees.
CHAS. H. FLACKUS.
IQt Dairy, Ore.
FOR SALE Fine black registered
Percheron stallion, coming 3 years
old; also standard bred stallion and
race horse with a record 2:09; both
sound and gentle; big bargain for
quick sale.. T. L. Taylor, owner,
Medford, Oregon. 7-St
HKCKARI) REXT SERVICE
.Sight Phone 343
FOR SALE Furniture; living room,!
dining room and kitchen. 741.
Walnut street 8-3t J
The City Engineer, pursuant to reso
lutlon of Common Council heretofore
adopted, having, under date of Janu-
uury 4 ,1U1S, tiled plans, a pec I flea
tions and estimates of the cost of Im
proving Grant street from Eleventh
street northerly to the property of
the Llnkvllle Cemetery. And the
Council having taken same under ad
visement and finding said plans.
specifications and estimates satisfac
He it Resolved, That said plans,
specifications and estimates for the
said Improvement of Grant street be
and the same arc hereby approved
Ho It further resolved that the Com
mon Council hereby declares Its In
tentlon to improvo said portion of
Grant street, in accordance with tho
said plans, specifications and est!
mates. Said Improvement to consist
of Oil Macadam, at an estimated cost
of 11,695.00, or of placing cinders
upon Bald street to u depth of eight
Inches at an estimated cost of
$1,158.00. The said improvement In
either event to include grading, curb
lug and rolling. And bo It further
resolved by the Common Council, that
the property hereinafter described be
nnd hereby Is declared to be benefit
ed by said proposed Improvement,
Lots 1, 2, 3, of block 68, Nichols
Addition; lots 5, 6, 7. S, 9. of block
60 of Nichols Addition.
And that said property above de
scribed bo and hereby Is declared
to be the property to bo assessed for
tl'u expense ot said Improv-vncnt;
nnd bo It further resolved that Tues
day, the 25th day of February, 1919,
at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m., at the
Council Chambers, In tho city hall, bo
fixed as the time nnd place tor the
hearing of objections und remon
strances against tho said proposed
Improvement; and tho Pollco Judgo is
heroby directed to cause uotlco of
said hearing to bo published us
State of Oregon,
City of Klamath Falls, ss:
County ot Klamath.
I, A. L. l.cavltt, Pollco Judgo ot the
City ot Klanmth Falls, Oregou, do
horeby certify that tho foregoing is a
duly enrolled copy of u resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
tho 27th day of January, 1919, do
claring its intention to Improve
Grunt btreut from Eleventh to ceme
tery line, and approving tho plans,
specifications and osttmnto of cost
submitted by tho City Engineer.
A, h. I.KAVITT.
5-10t I'ollco Judgo.
FOR SALE 80 acres good land;
fenced: small building; 60 acres1
irrigated: $40 per acre; terms. See
L. Jacobs. 30-tt 1
WANTED To hear from owner of
a good ranch for sale. State cash
price, full particulars. D. F, Bush,
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Truax
Suit 200, I. O. O. F. Bldg
Oflice phone 80J
Res, Plume 80M
Ing intersections ,and the Council
having taken same under advisement;
and finding said plans, specifications!
and estimates satisfactory;
Be It Horeby Resolved, That said ,
plans, specifications and estimates
for the Improvement ot Lincoln street
from Ninth street, northerly to Elev
enth street, bo and the same are here
by approved. And be It further re-'
solved that the Common Council 1
hereby declares Its intention to Im
prove said portion of Lincoln street
In accordance with said plans, speci
fications and estimates, suid Improve-1
mont to consist ot paving said por-;
tion of said street with Oil Macadam,
at an estimated cost, including co-i
ment sidewalk, curbing and grading, !
of $4,234.00, or placing upon said,
street ,olght inches of cinders, with
out sidewalk, nt an estimated cost ot
J $2,206.00. Said Improvement in
eiuier oveui 10 niciuae grnu.ng, roil
ing nnd curbing. And bo It further
resolved by the Common Council that
tho property hereinafter described,
bo and hereby is declared benefited by 1
said proposed improvement, to-wit: I
Lots 5, 6, 7, S, of block 56,!
Nichols Addition; lots 1, 2, 3, 4.1
of block 62 of Nichols Addition;
lots 1 and 4 of block 61 of Nichols 1
Addition; lots 5, 6 ot block 57 of
LoomU Bldg., Klamath Falls
Crlsler & Stilts bldg, 7th Main
CITY .M) COUNTY ABSTRACT
Muiie) to Inaii 111. real entitle at
H per cent.
Tho City Engineer, pursunnt to reso
lution of Common Council heretofore
adopted, having, uudor dato of Junu
uary 4 ,1918, llled pluns, Bpeclncu
tlona and estimates of the cost of Im
proving Lincoln stroot from Nluth,
northerly to Eleventh streot, Includ-
And that said property above de
scribed bo und hereby is declared
to bo tho property to hi assessed fort
tho expense of said Improvement;'
and be It further resolved that Tuos-
iday. the 25th day of February, 1919,
at tho hour ot S o'clock p. m , at tho
Council Chambers ot the city hall, be
fixed ns the time and place tor the
hearing of objections and lemon-'
strnnces against tho said proposed
improvement; and tho Pollco Judgo1
bo und horeby is directed to c.uuo no-
tico 01 said Hearing to bo published
as by Charter provided.
State of Oregon,
City of Klamath Falls, ss:
County of Klainuth.
I, A. L, Leavltt, Pollco Judgo of iho, ,
City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify that tho foregoing Is a
duly enrolled copy ot u resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
thu 27th day of Jununry, 1919, do-,
clarlng its intention to improvo
Lincoln stroot from Ninth to Eleventh
street, und approving tho plans,
specifications und estimate ot cost
submitted by the City Engineer.
A L. LEAVITT, "
5-1 Ot Pollco Judgo.
DR. F. R. GODDARD '
Osteopathic Plijililitu Surgo
Suite 21 1, I 11. O. F. Temple
(oer K K K. Store)
Phone 1121 ..
(The only Osteopathic Physi
cian and Surgeon
SAW MILL ENGINEERING
Di'Nlg.ifi". and builder- of mod
ern Saw Mill-, Planing Mills, Ho
Plants. Complete plant', contract"
ed. ApprnNals ami icporls mado.
DiedgliiK. We contract to build
any class of a building and Install
niiulilneij of an) Kind.
Drafting an) kind done. Blue
Prints made. IMIOXU WW
Olllio lu K. D. Ilulldlns
Let mo design jour huliuing).
Whether it bo large or small, can
e you money anu annujuu"
;ht jeai-i Architectural Practice
Pom- )c..rs with Engineer Corp
V. S. A.
LIEL'T. HERBERT A. POAGK
Architect and Structural I KuBiueer
207 Odd reiiowswiuij.