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THE EVENING HERALD
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
County Court Proceedings
n. u "
JANUARY TERM, WW.
.tioriul. Tlmt l ro" Octolmr, November &
if iliv lluiiorauiu vuiiiii
olar t"' Ul. . . r,, u ou Thursday
l-nurt MK" ""...,., v A L. 101V.
''."feutl I '" K,"l"",ta
,,U..i i-oiiit) Oregon, hiii
I It, l)nt.iii, cmIi nil v
iieii December. Ids
til Fiilln, y, E. Kiiuoi' Cm. Hupplle
ml cum- scnooi Hiipt, uciobur, 1918
ii S'llllll VV () Mlllll li PHtifliiu ('. am..
i.iiin in it i in ill i " " "i"iiii ttita .. uir
(Inning ,nl , iiuii H H. Bunnell, pile JiinIIco Court, Decern-
erc I"" ", nurrell Htiort, Uiinii- nor, iuih
County Jl,1uf" ... ' c It Diil.iip, IMnn Wells, ciihIi ndv postage
W C"MI,'"! il"-., I. Humphrey, 'K. December 1018 .
County "',,,. fnwliiK proceed- Mum! M, Cnilolon, Hnl, Hop.
SbvrUr. l' ""' """""", i ,.,,, Hpl. Doc. 1018
!' '.lii,i"n.i! ilnliiw " """' u,' . " rryinnn. mil &
Thofol'"", " " , intruded to ii.ll.i3Ki, lltmltli Officer,
ml "',,. ,i hi I li Unoinl funil Docmher 1018 .. . .
fof tl'n.!.r. ..'.'... ' ..i.inw1. mm- Krmimi Ininnn, December.
4 (loo, II. Merrymnn, Hal t
25.00, MllmiKu Co. Physlclun,
I Doromhor, 1918
17.G0 Kdnn Well Hnlury Hcliool
I Htipl. December. 1018 ,
10.00 Olnxii & Priidhommn Co, Kloc-
I tlmi Bupplli's, Oct. 1918
10 00 HUM Priidhommo Co, Of-
I flee tliippllvN, October,
10 00 1918, .
Olni.ii I'niillioiiiitio Co, Hup
lo.oo.' ,'""' Jlll(l') Court, August
i 1918, ,. ......
r. mi Jotf Jpli. Interpreting I.I
-su" quor Case-Dim Atty, Dec-
... rtn ember, 1018
lu-00 C, C. Jnlo, unrvlro Coroner
' "Mnliion" Dccomber. 1018..
Inn. January, m" - u. a. sinMny services coroner
1 Ul 9 .
wlilo ' pen
Aln. Jnnuarr .
Ion, Jnunr. lfl", . ;,
PIU II. imrkhatt. wldnw.
Ull"lo. January. 1913 ...
ilon. January. 1919
ChSineTull ., Pn-
.on. January 1919
RM bod.nl -lili.Wa pen.
ilon January 1 9 ;
uura K. M,'ll,"" wl,,"w
pen.lon. January. 1919 ..
farrlo M M'" ,l,"w ,,en'
.lan. January. 1919
rell rond Hniilitmlinr I (. I u
jChaa. Drnw K. 1 Merrill rond
t'liloi. Oil Co, oil iouUs o
NnvclnliiM 1, mm
W. 0. Urown, rupiilm rouil
Trmk Novmiibiir 1018
I) IS. Noah, rcpuliN roiul tooln
Kt Kluiiiutli Mcli in Nnv ik
II, i: Wlnniiid, l.miKcll Vnl
ly iouiIm, Dfcuinbcr, 1918
Clnmlu Noble, I.iiiikuII Vul
ly ioiuIh Uctuiiibor, luiH
Tom Dixon, uanli u.lv iiimla
i. LuiifN, Truck l)M'i.p
loudfl. Dvcmiiliur. 1'JlK
i .,, W. I, Cmlim, IjuI duo K K
j Ml rill Itomlii July & Oclo-
CO 00 '""' u,,li
uuw (A, Htlfflur. Kunu Uor.l.iu
romlH Nnvuiubur . Di-cmn-bur,
liiiriiiiiioii court iiilloiirnril until
Hiitunlny. Jiinuury, 4, 19l9.(Htictmu)
it. II llunnoll, JiiiIko.
llurrull Hhort, Couuiilinlonur
Ahii Konlyci', Commlnxlotior.
SOLONS SAY STATE
formor Improvornont liolng 3,970.00
ami mo esumaiu coat oi mc lauer
PEN IS DISGRACE Improvement bclnu 3,97D.OO. And
be It further rosolvt-d by tho Common
Council that the following described
property be and hereby In declared
benefited by said proposed Improve
ment, to-wlt ,
I-,.. C. Ally wl.iown !-"
ilon, January 'al, . ,
KubI M ':"lr""' "'d.0,w
Mnilon. January, 1919 . .
Miry J5- IVariton,. widow
wirfllbn, Joniinry. 1919
Mirtha Bcod, widow pen-
ilon, January 1919 . ... .
Hrlb K. French. wlw
pnlon. January. 1919
ldlln Cook, widow" pen-
Ion, January 1919
Uyrtli Palmer widow" pen-
lion. Jenuary 1919
JUry L, Ocrrue. wlduw'n pen-
ilon. January 1919 . . ..
Muy II. WllVninj, widow
iwnilon. Jaiiunry. 1919
Wlnoma I' North widow"
pcnalon, January, 1919 ...
Clara Revenue ldow' pen-
Ion, January, 1919
Ethel M lluwi'H. widow"
penilon, January, 1919
Mary I' .Slender, widow'
pentlun, Januiiry, 1919
Miry E, Jolinaoii, widow'
pnlon, January, 1919
Ada I'erry, widow' pcnalon
Alctha II Ilurlnti, widow'
pnlun Junuary 1919 ,. .
Kthel Slmrt widow pumtloil.
Sarah I.. Sm'lli widow' peti
tion, January,, 1919
Mary Kucvrn. Aid County
Poor, Januiiry 1919,
Kale Talor Aid County
Poor, January 1919
Miry M. Liberty, Aid County
poor, Januiiry. 1919
Klluktth .Scanlon, Aid Coun
ty Poor, January, 1019 .".
KetUh (lonitell Aid County
Poor, Januiiry, 1919 ...
hllxabeih (lrn Aid County
"Mnlmiti" Dnmiiilinp I'll 8
I"-00 A. A. Koulo. coroner Yon Mat-
I mon December. 1018
25.00 Word.-n Merc Co mdo Mr.
I Craddock Co, I'oor, Dec-
26.00 ember. 1018 .i..
Prnnk Uownrd Juror Circuit
10.00 Court Dec. 1918
Pne, Tel & Tel Co. aervlco.
10,00 Court Home to February,
32.60 I'nr. Tel & Tel Co. aervlcea,
' Poor farm to Feb 1-1 S .... .
W K, Heehorn Co. Wood
wnii & jnrdine" poor
At the Theaters
H 0,., 1,tj
HAI.i:M, Kob. 12 The otnlo pctib
ti'iitlnry mini) In for u gonerou yunn-
tlty of adviTic lommeut In the courau
of debate ou the floor of the house.
Itepreeuti.tlye lluro deiicrlbcd tho
prLion ih it dhgraco to civilization
iilul it blot iiiou the ulute of OrcKon. :
ItepriMcntatlve I.i-wln declared
that lie could not vol.- for any inonH-j
ure whlclt would permit the Incnrcern-'
tlon of nn.y buy under 21 year of ,
ukc wltjilii the wuIIh of the limtltu-l
tlon He did not bliime any prlHoncri
for tryliiK to brenk out" of the irrlnon j
uh lone x prusicnt eoiidltlon.s existed,
"We ourIiI to (alio Home dynn-
j mlto out there and do a real good
Job while we nro at It, ho declared,
Representative Smith of HaKer ao
rlnrcd that tbc tcHpoUHlblllty for com
dltlomi exlHtliiK In connection with
the irlKon wm not upon tho should.
er of the legislature, but upon the
people of tho htute who had refused
by their otn to grant n new build
lug to the Mtato,
YAXKP.U SHIP IN DISTItKSH.
W. niako rent oloctlnn Prect
No. 8 November. 1018
F, C. Msrkwnrdt, mnlnten.
nnrn poor farm Docembor,
W. O. Smith Printing Co. of-
fire Kiipiillo 17 60 l.nnitfll
'..tl..u lwl....,l..H tlt, 141
mm AA IIUUJ I ltuHM.I '9I, f.ri
mnn ' N- Cniitrnll, Coroner
10.00 wituPK MontelliiH Caie
Y, II. MrCornnck Salary Co.
-5.00 i Ciiiiiin. Seplcmber to Janu-
1 nry 119 ...
0.00 u, m. Chile-old bond deputy
17.50 K. M. Chllrnte bond Hhorlff
tnx collector . . .
17.60 A. It. Wllnon. Horn! Trenaurer
I & AtiMnor
37.60 Wiwtern I ulon Tel Co aerv-
Ici-h Co Office November
2610 & December, 1918
T. i:. (Irlfflth wltne JtiHtlce
25.00 Court atute Hut ..
Ivliimnlh l)..n( Kturtt in. Inn
"A Mortgnged Wife" which will
be hown ut the Mbnrty Theutro to
ulght with Dorothy Plillllim uh tho
atar, In nn mm mm I ntory of ndvonture
wllh Jiiot enough of tho love element
to make It Intercitlng. Mnny put of
the ordinary aliuatlont arlue nud
how the horolne manage to clrcii in
vent tint diminrdly plan of the arch
plotter can bet bo learned by visit
ing the Liberty tonight.
Dorothy Dnlton' excellent acreeti
work In "Tho Mntlng of Tdnrcella,"
j her latent Pnrnmount Picture, won
'the hearty e.lmlratlon of her mnny
ndmlror nt the Star Theatre whoroSi a . 1
3.16 the picture wag prosenteif yesterday lYlOrOrS CHIQ
The story of tho photoplay wnlch waa
IB 00 ,"ojllco'1 ,1,uler tho aul'ervlaloii or
Thomn II, Inco U one vthoao acenos
6.00 shift from New York to Reno, Nevada
All those lot, parts of lots,
piece mid parcels of land lying
und being designated upon the olll
clal pint us ho lying between tho
north and south center line of
block 7 of Itnllroud Addition, the
north mid south router line of Sec
ond Itnllroud Addition, and tho
westerly boundnry llm of the right
of way of tho Southern Pacific
company, suld lots, parcels and I
pieces of land) being moro particu
lar , described us follows.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6. C, 7, 8, 9, 10
of block 8, Itnllroud Addition; Iota
1, 2 3, 4, C, C, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
of block 11 of Second Railroad Ad
dition; lots 1, 2, 3, 4 of block 20,
Second Ilallroad Addition; lots 7,
8, 9, 10, 11. 12, 13, 14, 16, 16, 17,
18, 19, 20, 21 of block 19, Second
Ilallroad Addition; lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
C, C. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, IS,
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 of block 18. J
Socond Railroad Addition; lots la,
lb, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 6a, 6b,
6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a,
10b, 11a, lib, 12a, 12b, 13a. Ul),
14a, HI), 16a, 15b, 16a, 16b, 17a,
COME ON IMbTHI- ADS
V-HHi Atw "" 1$ I ' ivrT r Mr .''fil try
J fir JMwr
WANTED Klght or ten rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished hoase to
lease for one year. Apply Herald of-
AOENTS WANTED To sell our
17b, 18a, 18b, 19a, 19b, 19c, 29a, 'quick selling line of a dozen big mon-
20b, of block 7, Ilallroad Addition. ley makers; largo profits, quick sales;
" . ,. . I particulars free. W H., W21 'Wash-
That said property above listed airl ington street. ll-3t'
mi-si i iucu uu uiiu uurvuy is ucciureu t
ANTED Cabinet letter file; give
description and price. Address
U M K Herald office. s-tf
WANTED Live salesman with car,
ivj ocu uioiui sruin ems, wagon box-
HALIFAX, Kllb, 12. A WlrelOSS .,, l,n 1, nrnnnrlv l lio ni.iu.o.1 Inr nr.or.rxm .....,...-, nnr..nr.r. ..
recolved hero today said that tho tho expense of said improvement, I n03ltten: General clerical exner- P5'.?nU. otUer farfa. 3PlaltIes, direct
Ameilcnn tanker J. M. Guffoy was and bo It further resolved that Tucs-.jenco, typist; good education. Phone from V-nn tn it nnn P y cin :
taking water and sending out 8. O. 9,,'uay. tho 25th day of February, 1919.' 76W or write C. K. Carter, 901 Main nr Bron,,,nn,I,0f!0 """nt? ,
calls off Cnno Hnco inl ul "our ot 8 C,0CK p" m- al lno street, city. 11-L't
tans on v-nim uncu. irmi.iich.i.iio in n. ... h.n i.
jnxed as the lime and place for the
(7ft ii Kli.iKl.irO ixillrv from the hearing of objections and remon-!
riiflrolr . Su.llli ngenry. 24
' at wn T. rr.a nnnlnat ttin anlil n a . r.n. .1 . .
......... 6U.uol " " ,iuuu PHONE PEYTON for Wood 112R
iiiiliruvumuiii; anil too I'ouco juoge 19
our proposition In answer Rtni no
experience and references. Our goods
arc standard There Is a big demand
for them f oast Culvert & Flume
Company. Portland, Ore. li-6t
'.hereby directed to cause notice of'FOn SALE Mare and colt; 2 wag-
isa'u uearing ooe puousnea as oy ons. 3u, aBd 3 lnch: 2 sets eood ,14. Klnm.ti, r..iu
WANTED To buy
tnat are weaned
and buck again. Tho drama affords
Dora Anderson poor, Nov
ember & Diii'ember. 1 0 1 S
26 00 l,uc,fl" Tol & Tol Co services
I C(. offlro to Doromber 20
linn' 1 J I n
n splendid contrast between tho friv
olous sbow.glrl typo of tho "Gnnt
Whlto Wny," and tho warm-hearted,
rouingfotiR Amerlcuu girl type that
predominate thruotil the country.
Jewel Carmen, who linn gained n
big nnme for herself its 11 William
Fox star, will be .seen Thursday at
the Liberty Theatre In "Lawless
Love", a story of terrific action. Tho
176.00 j gtory begin with the stranding of :i
j j. r ,1 , theatrical compiiny, the principals or
ll-.uU 1... . ... ... ..
which nre i.n nciie ucrainine tjewei
Carmen) and her dancing purtner,
whonu Hplendlil Hrunduity clothcK
cover 11 flnu jellow Htrouk Thl
dui'.cer Is In love with Oeraldlne. and
vHien she propose to win n reward
AftA". AAAA .. .. . f
' 01 Ts,u.iu turn uie unncer s imper-1 -,, nn(j j sts
senntlon of Hlnrk Jim n bandit, lie
c -r hesltntlngly assents.
Stato of Oregon,
, City of Klamath Falls
County of Klamath
'harness; Studebaker hack; 1 fresh
cow. D. N. Crank, Mills Addition.
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Call
on Schubert, next jioslbffUe. 11-tf
cct the roi- nereby certify that tho foregoing Is a opnen grass in .Mainour uounty; j LOST Smal
1 11 ! dly enrolled copy of a resolution head of good cows, chickens, wagons. containing
b dellvcr In n(lopte(, by lno Common council on hacks ;all tools go with ranch. Any- leave at Hera
Tor next Irrigation season should be City of Klamath Falls
ordered now .In order to
or i-iiilpment unci limure
time, nt Ion est roil. 'Let us Install
your pumping; plant.
YOl'It MOTOR HIGIIT
YOL'It PL'MP RIOIIT
YOCIt INSTALLATION RIGHT
THAT WHili STAY RIGHT
Ilare jmir orders u'ltli us, uml you
know )i.i nre right.
mmmI englneerliif; nml Instullatlon
j-nvps 1.111.111.I expense .mid ghes bet-
Irr cllUlenry. . KstiinnleM furnished.
I. A L. Lcavitt. Police Judge of the v(ll SALE OR TRADE Flue stock
Drpirnn da runcii, neui in me uean 01 lue
LOST AND FOUND
tho 27th dav of January. 1919. de- Doay mierestea. write.
daring its Intention to Improve Cavlness, Harper, Ore
Spring street from Oak
Small brown embossed purse
sum or money. Finder
erald office; reward. ll-2t
Sixth street, and approving the plans F0R SALE
80 acres good land;
specifications and estimate of cost
.submitted by the City Engineer.
A. L. LEAV1TT.
C-lOt -Police Judge.
The City Engineer, pursuant to reso
lutlon of Common Council heretofore
fenced; small building; 60 acres Trens'er Co
irrigated; 140 per acre; terms. See
L. Jacobs. 30-tf
LOST Ford lire chain on Y.iUey
loud tj ileirlll double cross 1'nka
rtent .astenrs. Return :o City
FOR SALE Cheap. Remington Jun
ior Typewriter. Phone 17. Practi
cally new. 10-6t
Tin) following clalnw wero allow. ' Oernldlno'H plan I.i to "gel" tho
Poor January 1919 IK 00 ' " "' ,l" '"" or"0' oro. "' supposed uatiilll. otitoiii tlie lewnru,
:rM,J ,o',,o J " Si" aSS?oa VZV ' hv?r. -";; ; ''-i-:
n.iuu- n V;.191.9 .7" ' ,0'00 their respective amounts 1 " t10 authorities that It wii
i. ,,, m,ly ' ",, ., a !'' . Ilowman Salary Docem- I only Joke, und Unit ho Ih not tho
T j 'odsn vi, (,: t.',V; " , her, 1918 ... . 180.00 bandit at nil. The plan falls because
January 1 9 ! 9 " i. 1 S'.OO J ,' j,', "" U'mX,0T 97 co ' m.ck Jim himself captures both (lor-
J. tt Lathrnt). AM Hnunfv. - Ut o t-."J.ii.. o..i'- "tl ' . iitdlnn and tho 'tlnticor. nml takos
..,,, . ,, MI'lHlillllll ntuuii 1 (?!. 1
Poor. Januarv. 1919
Calherlno E. Spencor, Altl
County poor January, 1910
M. V. Michael, aid county
John ". Fnrncll. Services
30,00 ember. 1918 1 90.00 them to his so'crot cabin in the moun
I The following claim wore allowod tnlna. Tho dnncor'a rownrdlco puts
J0.00.and tho Clerk was Instructed to draw ,,,, ,n a ,,, Klli whlo n,nck Jm
nniiiiiiitf t;u inu iwnu r uiiu iur invir
20.00 , roApncUYo ameiinta:
I Warren l'nttpraon. K, Y, Mer-
Vtw Tli A Ssssafe
v '1 mm LLZ-j-x
You have' much Um use for the broom,
mop, acrub brush, dust pan, dust cloth,
If You Cook On- An
Electric ranges are the cleanest cooking
mediums known not even a match to
cratchjust the easy twist of a switch
and your heat, clean and-steady, is in
stantly ready. No fumes no smoke
no sootno dirt.
Come in today learn more about the
many advantages and economies of
cooking by wire.
California -Oregon Power
shows a fine manly streak. In tho
end the latter turns gentleman and
makes a strong bid for Gernldlne,
who has come to admire his manly
adopted, having.-under date of Janu-;F0PR SALE Fine "lack registered
uarv 4 1918, tiled dans sneclflca-' Porcheron stallion, coming 3 years
tUiornys anatm.aTeCsdofPthne9cosr to- ?i ?"" "iM
proving Grant street from Eleventh Zd nnd i !mI ,1 h ! f f
street northerly to the property of Xk sale T I Tay owner
iim 1 inirviiin f,u,r,- .i ,u l11"- uuie.. i. i.. j ayior, owner,
"..r.. ,:;.;" r7": .'.:. .rri.. it . Medtord, Oregon. 7-st
iiju(ti,. ,,utt. iani:,i namu uuuer au-
vlsomcnt and -finding said plans,
specifications and -estimates satisfac
He It Resolved, That said plans,
specifications and estimates for the
LOST Between Klamath Jewelry
company and Hot Springs Addition,
pair of nose glasses In case. Finder
please return to Herald office. Re
H. C. SCHLEEF
Physicians and -Surgeons
Ofllce, White BldR.
NICE CLEAN ROOMS Palace room
ing house, under new management.
Sid lmP?.m".nt pi nTstreet be 26 Main st., phone 209J. 5-6t
nnd the same are hereby approved.) s
Ee It further resolved that the Com- menrto consist Of paving .said por-
In tho Circuit Court of the State of mon Council hereby declares' Its In- tlon of sald.strpet with Oil Macadam,
Oregon, for the County of Klam- tontlon to Improve said portion, ot at an estimated cost, including ce-
A.loxunder Shlve, Plaintiff,
Pearl Shlve, Defendant.
To Pearl Shlve, the above named De
In the nnmo of tho State of Oregon,
Grant street, in accordance with the ment sidewalk, curbing and grading,
said plans, specifications and csti-,of $4,234.00, or placing upon said
mates. Said Improvement to consist street .eight Inches ot cinders, with
ot Oil Macadam, nt an estimated cost I out sidewalk, at an estimated cost of
ot $1,695.00, or ot placing cindersi 12,206.00. Said Improvement in
upon said street to a depth of eight 'either event to include grading, roll
Inches ut un estimated cost of.ing and curbing. And be It further
you am horobv required to appeur. $1,155.00. Tho said Improvement in Iresolved by tho Common Council that
and answer the complaint filed .either event to Include grading, curb- the property hereinafter described,
agnlnet you in tho above catitlod suit, Ing and rolling. And be it further be and hereby Is declared benefited by
on or before the 12th day of March, ' resoiveu oy mo common uouncii, tnat aiu projiusea improvement, to-wlt
1919, thut being tho day of the last mo property neroinaner uescrtoea ne
publication of summons and the last and hereby Is declared to be benefit
day within which you aro required to ed by said proposed improvement,
nnmvnr. an flxoil liv tho order of nut)-,10-""-
Raw deals make raw spots and rare lUcatIon" ot lhu 8Umraons. u you
raw material for future wars
EAT LESS MEAT
Lots 1, 2, 3, ot block 68, Nichols
A'ddltion; lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, of block
60 of Nichols Addition.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Truax
Suit 200, I. O. O. F-. Bldg
Ofllce phone 80J
Res Phone 80M
Loom Is Uldg., Klamath Falls
- Lots 5, 6, 7, S. of block 56,
Nichols Addition; lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
of block 62 ot Nichols Addition;
lota 1 and ? of block 61 of Nichols
Addition; lots 5, 6 of block 57 ot
And that said property above de
scribed be and hereby is declured
to be the property to be assesed tor
TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS TO
FLUSH KIDNEYS IF BLADDER
Eating meat regularly oventuully
producos kidney trouble In somo form
'or other, says n woll knotvii authority.
because tho uric acid In meat oxcltot
the kidneys, thoy became overwork
ed; get sluggish; clog; up und cause
all sorts- ot distress, particularly
backache and misery in the kidney
region; rheumatic twinges, severe
headnchos, ncld stomach, constlpa-1
tlon, torpid liver, sleeplessness, blad
der und arlnnry Irritation,
( The moment your buck hurts or
, kidneys aren't acting right, or It bind
I dor bothors you, got about four oun
cou of Jad Salts from any good pliar
Imncy, tuko a tnblcspognfullir-a class
.of wutor boforb breakfast 'for nfow
days and your kidneys will thennct
lino. This famoiiHaltB Is ntado from
tho acid of grapes nud lemon Julco,
combined with llthlu, und has baen
used far gonorutloiui to flush clogiit d
kldnoya and stimulate them to normhl
activity; also to noutrullzo tho acldu
I fall to appear and answer, the plain-
tin win uppiy to mo uourt tor mo re
link ilnmnnrind In snM rnmnlnlnt. Said
suit is brought to secure dissolution . Ad, lI'' saId Property above de
f it., imn.ia nt nmtrimnnv erlntlnir scribed bo and hereby is declared
between, yourself und tho plaintiff, BB "e property to ue assessed ror, the expense of said Improvement;
upon tho grounds of willful dosortlon "'0 expense of said Improvement; .and be It further resolved that Tues-1
of the philntlff by you, for a period of ni he it further resolved that Tues- dUy. the 26th day of February, 1919, '
ono year lust past and prior to the dn'. "e 25th day of February, 1919. Int the hour of 8 o'clock p. m.. at the
commencement ot tho above entltlod l ,",.hb,ur of 8 O'clock P- m- at th.e Council Chambers of the city hall, be
suit This summons Is published In Council Chambers, In the city hall, be flx,ed as the time and place for the
the Evening Herald, a dally nowspa- Yx, ns th.e ",a and place tor tue hearing1 of objections and remon
por of general circulation In Klanmtu boarlng of pbjectlons nnd roraon- strances against the said proposed
County, Oregon, printed nnd'publlsh- nces against the said proposed Improvement; and the Police Judge
ei nt KJamnth Falls In snld county Improvement; und the Police Judge Is be nnd hereby Is directed to cause no
anrt stato, by order of tho Honorable 'noroby directed to cause notlco of tlce of said hearing to be'publislied
D- V. Kuykendnll. Judge of said j1" hearing to bo published as by as by Charter provided, ' i
Court, and dated January the 29th.lcharter Provided. State of Oregon
1919. tho first publication to be made state of Oregon, i city of Klamath Falls ss-
on the 29th day of January, 1919, 'city of Klamath Falls, ss: 'County ot Klamath '
ond tho last publication thereof on, County of Klamath. 1 i a i. . i -nitt Pni. i...t t ...
1, A. L. Leavltt. Police Judge ot the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
City of Klamath Falls. Orccon. do 'hereby certify tlmt thn fnroirnlni- la ,i
horeby certify that the foregoing Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolution
duly enrolled copy of a resolution, adopted by the Common. Council on
Crlsler & Stilts bldg, 7th & Main
CITV AM) COUNTY ABSTRACT
Muiie) to loan on ical estate at
s per rem.
tiie 12th day ot March, 1919
Signed. H. M. MANNING,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Oillce and postolllco address.. 409
Main street, Loomts Bldg., Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
lie, nun t no name are hereby ap
proved," iuh! It Is further resolved that
!ln tho urlno so It no longer Irrltut, jhe Common Council horoby .declares
... .. ' .. ... ..- . ) Its IntnilMnll tn Itiinrnvn anl.l Qnrtiiv
thus ending bladder dlsordom,
Jad Salts cannot Injure anyono;;
innkos a delightful oftorvoscont. 1UU.
tawutor drink which millions of moiv
und womon tuko now and then tot
clean, thus avoiding aorlouu .kidney,
The City Eugihoor, pursuant to reso
lution 'of Common Council heretofore
adopted, having, undor dnto ot Janu
uary 4 ,1918, tllod plans, specinca
tlcns nnd estimates of the cost of Im
proving Spring stroot from Its Inter
action with Sixth stroot to the north
lino of Oak avenue, including Inter
suctions. And the Council having
taking tho same under advisement,
nnd finding said' pinna and specifica
tions and estimates satisfactory;
It Is hereby Resolved, That said
plans, specifications mid oatlmatos for
tho uald Improvement of Spring street
adopted by the Common Council on
the 27th day of January, 1919, de
claring Its Intention to Improvo
Grant street from Eleventh to ceme
tery lino, nnd approving the plans,
specifications and estimate ot cost
submitted by the City' Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT,
B-lOt Pollco Judge.
the 27th day of January, 1919, de
claring Its Intention to Improve
Lincoln street from Ninth to Eloventh
street, and approving the plans,
specifications and estimate of cost
submitted by tho City Englneor.
A. L. LEAVITT.
5-10t Police Judgo.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Plij-ldan Surgeoa
Suite 21 1, I 0. O. V, Temple
(oer K K K. Store)
Plume "J1 .. w
(Tho 'oulj Osteopathic Physi
cian ar.d Surgeon In Klamth
Its Intention to Improvo said Snrlne
street In accordance with said plans,
specifications und ostlmntos, snld Im
provement to consist of paving said
Spring stroot with either water
Bound Macadam ,or tho placing upon
koep the kldnoya and urinary organs I ""J'" ot h oiniiore to tue tiucKness
clean, thus avoiding aorlouu .kidney ?' "cU.08. "4 "U "?..8alQ:aow.
to an approximate thlekuoss of sev-
Tho City Engineer, pursuant to reso
lution ot Common Council heretofore
adopted, having, undor date ot Janu
uary 4 ,1918, filed plans, specifica
tions niufestlmntes of the cost of Im
proving Lincoln strcot from Ninth,
northerly to Eleventh atroot, includ
ing Intersections rand the Council
having taken sumo under advisement
and finding said plans, specification:!
and, estimates satisfactory;
Bo It Horeby Resolved, That said
plans, specifications and csttmatos
for tho Improvement ot Lincoln street
train Ninth stroot, northerly to Elev
enth street, 'bo und tho same nre hore
by unproved. And bo It further re
solved that the Common Council
horeby doclaros its Intention to Im
provo said portion ot Lincoln stroet
In accordance with said plans, spocl-
en Inches, The estimate cost ot the flcatlons and estimates, said Improve-
." NOTICE FOR HI 1)3.
School Board of Dlst. No. 1 will
receive bids on furnace in houso situ
ated on B'ock 100. MIIU Addition,
this be.int; the propoitv of the Dlt "
Address-bids to IDA B, MO.MYER,
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
School Board of Dlst. No. 1. will
receive bids for wood. Bid on 100
cords ot body wood, 80 cords to bo
delivered .ut Riverside, 80 cords to
be delivered at Central. Wood to be.
tut from green timber, etc. See form
er I IdB. .
Or will receive bids on 240 cords of
slnl?, fir and pine. Hid on fir isopar
ately r.nd plno separately, stating
amount of each to bo furnished. Fir
preferred. 120 cords to be delivered
at Riverside and 120 cords at Central.
C'eit If led or Cashier's check G per
cent ot bid accompany bid. Sealed,
marked bid tor wood. Address to
IDA H, MO.MYER, Clerk, 8-12t
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