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THE EVENING HERALD,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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COME on 111
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w ro imrllculnr to
bum mir NV'IMIiiK r'R
pur,. ri.M. '' wu"
mnJo In '"fX 'I"'"11
They ur plump uuil
month. ltli iu r01'"1'
ruKM ' clmfii tlj" "
, Workmanship In
Hip ery !'" Tim gold
U 18 Urals flue. All
,ir In Murk. '" ln
diapn. H G() "Ili0
rlnM .hnml curved on
order", 10 lo 160.
Frank M. Upp
SI I Main Hlwrt
Finn Wnlch Itcpnlrlnir
or- i. a ir'-.T w
"ffc.ei, Jkv ulijij.7j Jik. f 1 VaK
tk. HALLMARK s
II ln't minimi) -und It
l.n't wlr In liuy mottling
bin Hid IjpM In drug.
W'r lunc pilnisl Iho con
fideiitc ill our ruiltmirm lijr
selling drug of the hluliCfit
quiilll) only. You rnnnot
liii) an) oilier kind liorr,
ml )m urn nlwnya nufn
and sure lluil nothing but
(lie beat drug will lie aolil
In llili (lore.
For novel openings till) Tilling!"
plrdtrA, "The llnlilt of llniipliiPHH,"
could unirrcly bo oxi'ullml
The Mihi flush on llin nrrami hJiowh
IkhI, with throe heads om lliu I 1 1 -Iowm.
'In lliu center Ih tlii! Sikh of
Iimii:Imh I'alrtuuilcH- On either Hide of
hlii rminlnii iliro there In ii rolltii'tlou
of wliliilioiK. Mill, wilukles mill oilier
iiiutttrm tlvu inn t cr la I which In hoiiiu
degree iniy Im hiiIiI to suggest tlm
pliyKlDKiioiny of ii It ii in it ii being.
Fnlrhnnka, nwiihlnit, looks to one
hliln of Mini, unit llii'ii to lliu oilier.
At III hi lit' In Inclined to think litm
sulf ttin lrllm of ii waking night
mare Inn on looking nlioui the room
liu illiK'iiwuH tlmt whnl confront him
In not n IhIoii. tint pitiny renllty.
Rcitlered over tlio floor. Hpmwiod In
onuy rlmlrH. propped ni:ulnt tlm wnll
nro some clorcii pporlnieiiH of tlio hit
in a n dcrtikt known liy tlm in mo of
And jiicIi luinm' Tlio lluwory wb
Hfiiirclii'd for "t)Pi"i." unit iho result
t UK collertlmi rennrkiililn liolli for
nrlety mid plcturetiiiiniinim., ' Tlm
NCOiifH In wlilrh tlio duriiltctii tnlio
pnrt nro lorlmlcally conmdy, Imt to
nny Hpuctiitm wl o lookn ill tlm pic
ture, with hH heart im woll an IiIh
oyun, itiero h ii Kood ileal more ihnn
roinody In llin worn, wmry lioiuliitit ,
fncou At the Toiiiplo I'imIrIiI.
. (Mnrn Klmlinll Vouiik nml llei Oun
Com puny will niipenr ut iho Star
Theatre tonlKlit In iur Intcet Be.
lei'l Btnr Sorlcu prodiivrlan, "Tlm
Ite-Kon Why," liy Klimir Ulyn, mlnpt
ed liy Mnry Murlllo mid dlrecUid liy
Uolierl !. VIkiioIii. i
i Mlw Vomit; iititirtH t tic iolo of
Yonno Mntlnoff, "n woman born to
oliny tlio Hiipromo law of womnnhood;
to lovu oiiro ('(implatcly, kIvIiik Imr
nil", mIih In tlio wife of tlm niont
hnted iiimi III lluimla, Nlcliolnn Marin
off, prefect of poltro. IilBnppolntod In
her (iicmt for lovo mid criiHhuti by tlio
riithleim hrutillty of hor hiwliutid, Imr
only cotiHoliitlon Ih tlmlr boy Mlmo,
hoviiii yenrn old. I'rom her window
Hhe wntrhen Murlnoff, oncortcd by
two moiinied policemen, break up u
tluoiiK llHtiinlni; to n rovolutlonlHt'n
hnruiiKUO. Willi n blow of hU whip,
Mnrlnoff klllH the youiiR non of tlm
Hpo'ikor. ItireiiHod by thin net, tho
moli lynrhcH tlm prefect nnd ruhca
on to Ii Ih Iioiiho to rcongo the murd
er of tho hoy on the Into murdoror'a
own mm. Yvn'nno .icen tho nppronch
ItiK mob nnd nncipog thru a rear
window with Mlmo .
Tint iiIkIiI tho fleolnR Yvonno
romuB upon a dead wonnn, an llko
her ii h n twin alntor; on tho body Is
u letter nililro.iflnil to Znra, In which
tho w i Iter, her uncle Krnncls Mark.
i ute, nnku liar to como to KnRland
when) ho will welcomo her with open
itriUH. Yvoniii) roos In a flnnh that
hem Ih her opportunity to oscapo.
s,u:.i IIOV SHOOTS
SAI.i:.M, Or.. March 13. Arthur
Itolnlurt, youtiR Snlcm lawyer, who Is
now with Atnorlcnn nrmy of occupa
tion In Germany, wrltoi Mrs. Holn
hurt thai ho hns enjoyod tho distinc
tion of IdllliiK n doer on tho private.
liutitliiK grounda of cx-knlacr Wll
Imlm, Amnrlcin anldlorH, It appeirs,
are allowed the use of tho grounds.
County Court Proceedings
W's, KlAMATIl FALLS OlfECOM S I
MODOO HKKI) ANI HAIiKS
Horcii nnd HiiriiraN bousht, Hold
mid Kxrlmngcd j
Honos to hny, noon feed ' 2Tic
HoMeii to Imy by tho day fiOc
Horses lo Imy nnd Brnln, dny....l
"orses to hny nnd grain, noon SUo
Corner Illh nnd Walnut .
M. J. NYIIAIIT. HOitACK V.
nWKAItl) HRXT HKRVIOR
Nignt I'hoiie 840
' Court mot purHiimit to ndjourn
ment till membum helim prenent
when the follow Itii; proecedlnKH were
hud to wlt,--
Tho following cIjIiiih were nllowod
nnd tlm clerk nviih luNtritciud to draw
win run In on the Cionernl Fund for
their ro.ieille ivinoiiuta'
Irwin lloiUoti Compmiy. of-
tl e mipplle Keh. l'.HU '.'.25
J. II. ItcoH, f i olt ItiHportnr
Jiiniimy l!lli :t.oo,
() J I'liderwood iipholillm;
crlmluiil liW8 Kehiiinry
lull) 3 00
(5ro, I., Hiimphioy. ciihIi ml-
vnncod KiipplleH I'o office
I Mill m'II nt public nuctlon nt my
place, four mlle,i iiorthest of Mer
rill, rtiniiiieiicliiK nt 10 o'clock n. in.,
j Saturday, March IS, 1919
la good milk cows 12 liclfcrx, hoiiic
will bo fresh; 0 2-jimr-old alcom; 8
1 )i-)cnr-olil htciTN; "': earIliiK
'hUvth! 0 jenrlliiK helferai 1 good
I FREE LUNCH '
FOR MAN AND BEAST
' TERMS OF SALE
I All miiiih of 920 or under, cnihs
on nil kiiiiin out $20.00, one yeur'n
tlntii will ho tiUfit on nppnued heciir.
Uy. Klv per cent dlcount for oisli.
No Mock lo ho nun cd until Nettled
MERRILL & MOORE
A. BUSING', Owner
Geo. Offield, Clerk.
j Our Guarantee j
lKlTi?rl Your grocer will refund
VJy W IJ J 1 the full price you paid for
kJU M.J.B. Coffeo if it does
VTTTH not please your taste, no
& !l 7?TtH matter how much you ,
ly 1 aMssi "AVe U$eC Ut C&1 I
NiaMflH Buy the S lb. Can
(jPlffiSMffltBl nd Save 25c
I'obrimry 1919' . 3.78
W M I) mica n, exponses of
trip to Medford, Oregon
mid leturn for County
Court, February 1919 . . 40.00
The following cl.ilm.s wera allow.
oil nnd tho clerk wna Inatructvd lo
ilnw wnrranta on tho Library fund
fm- their respective nmoiintH.
II. II Hundley wood for Conn
ty, Library, Jnnunry 1919.. 6.00
Tho following clnlma were allowed
nnd the rlork wim Instructed to draw
warrants on tho Itoad Fund for the
Tom Dixon, nnlary road mas
ter from February lut to
February 1.1. 1919 f.0.00
Kowio (,ariige, siippllea &
libor Itoad truck Novem
ber 1918 27.30
C. C. Lewis, Inbor county
roads 1918 57.25
Tho following cUlms wore allowed
and tho clerk wua InRtructod to draw
wnrtnnta on tho New Court House
Fund for their reapectlve amounts,
cnld wm rants were drawn by the
Clerk 1'iitHiiant to stipulation and
oi dor of Circuit Court for Klamath
County. Oregon. ,
F II, Mllln To Legal Services In Cir
cuit Court action at Law, Klamath
County vs J. M. Dougan Co. et al,
piustmit to order of employment,
or mndo nnd entered In Commis
sioners Journal. K'00.00. .
Traveling expense.), Medford and
return, In said caao Fobrunry 19.
sin nn sr40.oo
10. L, nillott. Retainer Lognl scrv
Icch In Circuit Court action nt Law
No, 100G Klnmnth Count.". Oro. ts
J. M. Dougan Co. et al pursuant
to ordor of employment, ns made
mid entered In Commissioners
To travelling expense. -Medford.
Jicksonvlllb nnd roturn In said
(lino $40.00 Fob. 1919,.... IMO.flO
Whereupon coure adjourned until
Thursday Fobrunry 20th, 1919.
It, II. nunnell, County Judge,
llurroll Short, Commissioner,
Ami Fordyco, Commissioner.
Thursday Fouruary 20, 1919.
.., day of torm.
Coifrt mot puisuant to adjourn
inont nil moinuoro bolng prosent when
tho following proceedings wore had
Tlm following claims woro allowed
nnd tho clork wiib Instructed to draw
warrants on tlm Qenernl Fund for
tliolr roapoctlvo ameunts:
V S. Wiley, exponsos trip to
Mndford for County Court
February 1919 f40.00
Mrs. L. U. Ilngiio. sorvlces
County Cpurt, February
Ilnrrell Short, rnllrond fnro
nnd expanses trip to Med
ford for Klnmnth County,
Fobrunry, 1919 40,00
As' Fordyco. H. H. fnre nnd
owonif-s to Medford for
Klnmnth county, Fobrunry
In tho mntter of tho application of
HLNUY TIOTKItS. for UELIEF.
ThU mutter came on at this time
to bo hoard nnd It appearing from the
1 otltton on file In this case, slgnod
Lizzie Scott, daughter of Henry Te
ters, na potltlonor thnt Honry Teters
Is. S3 years of ago nnd not able to
eum a llvolthood, and has no moans
IT IS THRRKFOUK horoby Ordor-
od thnt Henry Teters bo sont to the
County Hospital for caro and support.
Whoioupon court adjourned until
Monday Fobrunry 24. 1919..
11, II. nunnell, County Judge
Asa Fordvco, Commissioner,
nurrell Short, Commissioner,
mmSim 1 1
They are never ex
they are conserv
the sturdy, win
methods of success.
The safe and sane
automobile tires are
not extravagant in
but, like safe and
sane business meth
ods, are the conserv
ative, sure, steady,
successes of tiredom
the tires with the
diamond tires are
not "featured" in any
one particular direc
tion; but, like an all
round athlete, they
do their all-round
work 'way above the
at a low cost per
mile of service.
If. you want a tire that
will make you come
back for more, buy
lltU 8. Sixth St.
Klamath Falls, Orogou
ytilvi",i" i 'i'i m m
NOTICE Department of tho In
terior, United States Indian Sorvlce,
Klnmnth Agency Oregon, March 12,
1.119 Proposals will ho received nt
thU office until 2 o'clock p m April
14, 1919, for furnlshlnB approximate
ly 4,200 head of en'tle, to bo pur
chnicd for the Klamath Indiana, ap
proximately ns follows Heifera. 1
to 3 year? old, 2,800 to 3,000, steers,
approximately 2 years old, 700; milch
cowm, under 4 yearn old, 40; bulls,
puro bred Horefoid or Durham, 1 to
3 years old, 220 The rlht la re
served to reject nny and all lildi, to
nccept one part and reject tho other,
ind to wnivo technical defects ss tho
'ntcres's of tho servlco may require.
No member of conrtreai, iiucnt or em
ployee of tho United Htntes govern
ment ahull havo any Interest, direct
or Indirect, In the furnishing of said
cattle Further Information will be
furnlatiPd upon application to the
undersigned at above address, Wal
tor ii. West," Supervisor In Chargo.
k Tf m .aMtSW5i, WanJUWA
m x Ll r 3f7lm'!! 1
Herald's Classified Advs.
r!l Pn.lnanp mipaiinn,
, ,',,J '. ........ ..V.. I.,.u,fc
resoiuiiun oi vnu iujiiiuuu v uuuni
heretofore adopted, havlnij, under
date of February 3d. 1919, filed
nlans, specifications and estimates of
tho coit of Improving Crescent avo-,
nun frrtM 1 r Q ( tleffi f tnrt donnl tr
Cnnby street; Cnnby street to East PONE PEYTON for Wood
street; East street to Intersection of .. ; " " T '
Creocent avenue at U. 8. Irrigation F04n fALEOne alx-ton Sternberg
canal, nnd Intersections, nnd the' .uek. first class condtlon; price;
Council hating taken same under ad- ? 1.500 f. o. b. San Francisco; one 4
visement and find said plans, aoeclfl- ton worm drlveKIssel truck, $3.100,,
cafons and estimates satisfactory : I guaranteed good as new. Address
Po It hereby resolved, that said A- " x- ""raid. lZ-3t .
nlnns. speclllcatlons und estimates for . ..,, . ,
tho Improvement of tho above men-, FCR SALE Small amount semi
t'orcd stieets and Intersections, be,1 b.earal 8fed, 'ye,..of ei"1,,?nt
nnd the same aro hereby approved, grade. Chllcote & Smith. 10-gt i
And be It further rezolved that the ., Z I 77' '
Common Council hereby declares Its F0? SALE The steamer Mazama.
ntontlons to Improve said streets, or' Ja'5,0.two barges, sizes as follews:
portions thereof, and Intersections in "xOO feet and 14x40 feet; price J600,
nccordnnce with said plans, speclflca- cab. Inquire J. A. Coll. Lawrenco,
tlons and estimates. Said Improve-, cigar store. Phone 108, or Stera,
moiita to consist of bringing said Means, Wlnema landing. 10-6t
street to establish grade, the lnstnl-'
'ntlou of concrete curbing, proper FOR SALE Not fancy, but a good
dra'nrge and tho paving of said, home; ground 90x110 feet; eight
streets and Intersections with bithu-1 rooms, four closets, bathroom, two,
I'tlilc, oil nuicadam or other hard sur- balls, sleeping porch, splendid garden
'a--o pavement, at tho estimated cost nnd fruit; prico 13,500.00. w. S. i
of 1 10.924. S5 for oil macadam and Slough 12-tf
estimated' cost of $10,400.00 for bi-' ; 1
tuUthic or concrete; and be it further FOIt SALE Furnished B-roora mod
rosolved by the Common Council, that i em house with garage, one block i
... . .- ., it 1 1 lfnm nawmfi. Prlftt 19 00(1 (799l
tne properly nereniaiier ucacnueu uu ""' r.u.-. .. T,.... ...
and hereby Is declared benefited by. Tenth street. 28-12t
tin. k!il,i tirnnoseil IniDrovcment. to- "SSSESSSSssseisssssseisss
wit: . I
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 nnd 6 of block i
11; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 and 7 of
hlock 13; lots 1. 2, 3, 4. 5. 6. 7.
and S, of block 14; lots 1. 2, 3, 4,
5. 6, 7. S. 9, 10. 11, 12, 13. 14, 15,
1G and 17 of block 12; all of the
foiegolng being In Hot Springs Ad
dition to the City of Klamath Falls.
Also lots 1. 2, 3, 7, S and 9 of hlock
58. and lot 2 of block D9, all in
NIcholH Addition to tho City of
Klamath Falls. Oregon;
and thnt said property above describ
ed bo and hereby Is declarod to be the
property to be assessed for the ex-
' penso of ald improvement. And be
1 It further resolved that Monday, the
7th day of April, 191 9. at tho hour of
' S o'clock p. m., at the Council cham
bers in the city hall, be fixed as tho
time and place for the hearing of ob
jections and remonstrances against
ithe said proposed Improvement; and
I the Police Judge is hereby directed to
j cause notice of said hearing to be
published as by Charter provided.
, State of Oregon,
.County of Klamath. ss:
Citv of Klamath Falls.
' I, A. I- Lcavitt, Police Judgo of the
city of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify thnt tho foregoing Is a
'duly enrolled copy of tho resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
3d dav of March, 1919. declaring Its
Intont'on to improve portions of Cres
cent, Cnnby nnd East streets, in the
City of Klamath Falls, and approving
plans, specifications and estimates of
cost thereof as submitted by tho City
A. L. LCAVITT, Police Judgo.
FOR SALE-One logglnc track, (J?
pairs tongs, one loadinj llM?foiilF
corner b nrlnf nil in .j "TTJ lX
quire 2262 Vine street. M11U AM1
Z! t fflt,j
vnn atv n . .
- " " acres zooa; uuti
1 1 anl fan itad t1 1 n t"7.
niiii u.cu, auiuii uunainrr se mw
irrigated; 0 vtt gcre. twmi 3
L Jacol- M-tTfe
HELP WANTED, "i
WANTED Experienced irorattr'fW-
general housework; good -wakaa
Phone 2CS. . ig!
WANTED April 1st. a fu!
house. Phone 208W. Oao, 0. mt
5-10f T (
i m. f m'mw0amMimH0Wki-
FOR RENT Two furnUhed howi' ,
koeplng rooms Phone 205Y. 1M(
t'OR RENT Furnished rooms W
apartments. Phone 147. 12-lt
... , S
FOR RENT Furnished house. &
quire 605 Spring St.. back of tWttT
house. ll-Jt -A
north 120 feet of vacant portion of
Center street; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 of.
block 20, lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 of block'
19; all of said lots and blocks be
ing In the original town of Klam
and that said property above describ
ed bo, and hereby Is declared to be
the property to be assessed for the
expense of said Improvement; and be.
It further resolved, that Mqnday the'
7th day of April, 1919. at the hour of
S o'clock p. m at the Council cham
bers In the city hall of the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, be fixed as
the time and place for the hearing of
objections and remonstrances against
the said proposed Improvement; and
the Police Judge be, and hereby Is di
rected to causo notice of said bearing
to be published as by charter 'pro
vided. State of Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss:
City of Klamath Falls.
I, A. L. Leavitt, Police Judge of the
City of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is
a duly enrolled copy of the resolution
adopted by the Common Council on
tho 3d day of March, 1919, declaring
its Intention to improve Pine street
from Third street to Payne alley, and
Payne alley from Pine street to Main
street, and approving the plans, speci
fications and estimates of the cost
submitted by the City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
SCHUBERT FARM to bay or rat;
open till March 15th. H4C3.
1 T7.-J ,
FOR RENT Famished aputiMat,1
Third and Main. Phone 4llWf
LOST AND FOUNDS
FOUND Gold, watch. Call WMt
jewelry store and identify.' ' 1-Hf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS t
H. C SCHUCKF
Physicians and Oaigeua
Office, White Bldf.
DR. a A MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trmu
Suit 20. I. O. O. F. BWf
Office phone MJ
He Phone 86M
Tho City Engineer, pursuant to res
olution of tho Common Council here
tofore adopted, having, on the 3d
day of February, 1919, filed plans r.nd
is il.. n .1 a, i I n nn nf nnol ff
SnT Pine'sTrcet trom Third .!!rnatu. which m.t be hauled
Notice Is hereby given to the peo
ple of Klamath Falls to have their
garbage ready to be carried away on
the 1st and 15th of each and every
month. No accumulation of garbage
under the ordinance passed February
24, 1919, is to remain on the prem
ises more than fifteen days, except
ashes, tin cans, glass and garbage of
street westerly to Payne alloy, in
tiud'ng Intersections, and Payno nlley
from Pine stioet in a southerly direc
tion to Main street, including inter
DR. W1SECARVER ?
Crisler ft Stilts bldf. 7th & Mi
away every ninety days.
Thft fillntvIniT ailltlnfta rrtmm unilar
tho head of garbage: Every accumu-'
latlon of animal, fruit or vegetable
sections, and the Council having tak-j i " - """T'?' i.""
en tho samo under advisement, anu , "" "- j-r i ""''" i
finding said plans, specifications .:nd fat!"B or 8tor'nB ot fl8,h' f9W.
im. Rnt afneterv: "" or vegetables; ashes, tin cans.
It is horoby rosolved that suld
plans, specifications anu
i bottles, glass or discarded articles of
estimates slm,lar character; all trees, vinos,
J for tho Improvement of Pine streot
from Third street westorly to payno
nlley, nnd Payno alley from Pine
street southorly to Muin street, bo,
and tho samo aro hereby approved.
And be It further resolved, that
tho Common Council heroby declares
t3 intention to Improve said portions
brushes nnd lawn trimmings, dead
leaves and trash from gardens.
All ashos, glass, bottles, tin cans
and garbage ot a similar nature shall
be placed In a suitable receptacle sep
arate and apart from the other
classes of garbage above described.
rersons may disposo of their gar
CITY AU COUNTY AUSTIUT
ni7 wia .
Muuer tu urn oa.i"l ,
8 per cent.
.. r,... . . . i !.. ,,.. i. -ihaco bv hurvlnir It on fhn nrnmlsn.
oi line siruuL iui i.iiiu micv "u i , , ,. . J . r-""--".
jh ucturunnco wun me rules oi tne
Board of Health, or the ownor of tho
garbage may cart the same away, but
no person shall engage In the gar
bage huslnoss except tho duly author
ized cty scavenger. Ed Hunter, or a
cordance with said plnns, spoclflca
tlons mid estlmntos, said Improve
ment to consist of paving said portion
of said streots with oil macadam) at
an est'matod cost, Including cement
oMnu-nlln riirlilntr nnd cradinc. of
510.170.9G; of cement pavomont, at Jrtuly authorized licensee of the city.
nn estimated cost, including cement The exponsos of garbage removal
ai,iownti:q. riirblnir and cradlnc. of is loft to private contract between tho
23,500,00; or crushed rock, nt nn citizen and the city scavenger or
estimated cost of I1S.000.00; or bi- licensee, but a hlghor rate for gar
tultthic pavemont nt nn estimated bage removal cannot be charged than
cost, including n'downlks. curbing the follewing:
and grading, of 523.G00.O0; said Im- Contents of 10 gallon or similar
provement in cither ovent to tncludo receptacles not to exceed two tons
trading, lolling und curbing. jpor'week, per tank, 25c; larger rocep-
And bo It further' resolved by the
Common Council that tho property
hereinafter descrlbod bo, and hereby
's doclnrod benofited by said proposod
'mprovemont, to-wlt: .
Lots 1, 2, 3 nnd 4 of hlock 0;
lots 1, 2, 3 nnd 4 ot block 5; lots 1,
2, 3 nnd I of block 4; lots 1 nnd 2
ot hlock 3; lots 1, 2 nild 3 of block
2; lots 1 nnd 2 of hlock 1; lota 1,
2, 3, 8 and 9 of block 26: lots 3,
4, 5, 0 nnd 7 of block 24; lots 3
nud 4 of block 23; lot 3 of block
22; lota 6, 0, 7 and 8 of block 21;
tacles or more frequent removals at
not to exceed a proportionately high
er cost. Garbage and trash in piles
not exceeding 1 cubic yard In volume
at not to exceed 60c for each pile.
This ordinance provides a fine of
not less than 6 or more than ISO, or
imprisonment not less than two or
more than twenty days, for the vio
lation of any ot those provisions.
Oarbage cans provided for In the
ordinance must be placed at a point
convenient for the garbage collector.
10-10t I. R. STRUBLE, Mayor.
DR. F. K. UUUJUAiw - :
! OfcteopallJc Fhylcl Surf
Suite SU. I. 0. O. P. "
(over K. K. K. Slow)
lhon 321 . . , j
(The only 0toptolc Phtfj-i
clan and Surgwn ia
SAW MILL HXaiXSBWSO
CONSTRUCTION W '
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