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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1919)
KHIDAY, MARCH M. Hl
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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I'AUIH. M""h- " " Hllf ,l0 ,,,,!
.'Lndril for "" ll""' "" "" ar'',, ,;r,"K
'inal ' ""' "I,'"IM lcliiriitloii "f ""
'the nulluiirt imiieinbleil lit Hid peare
III WHICH in I'll ill ""ll
iniirv mil) I"' cniiru upon " "
( l. M. Mf-I.mnoie wlio Iiiin cattle In
terests In Kliiiiintli County left this
Hintulm: fur tin ti Fiiuivlsro nfler hov-
VI Ul llllH lll-lll, Illl IlllUOIIIIVeri ttiul
lie will gel ii hundred hijj.l or morn
of Ills lilK blind ot cut (Id hack floin
tint (Viiinpler ranch nt Odeumi by
bout . mid tlm ii'.n will be driven In
OREGON FIR SEEDS
i GOING TO FRANCE
I'OUTI.ANI), MiiicIi 13 -Douglas
fir rmi'MtH of Uiugun unci Wishing.
Inn nic to ruriihih seeds for ruforust
Ini: llii' ili'iillilcil iiii'ih of Franco. Tim
Hut Hliliniioiit of Douglas fir sends
wiiii Itiliiin lo Knuire recently by 1 H.
IthlNiliili', miiietnry of tliu American
nml finally selected Donghis fir,
which Ih known In Franco as "Am
erica's moat Important wood," It U
believed tliut tliu hoII mul cllmatu of
Frunco mo sultnblo to tliu rapid
Krowtli uml development of Douglas
, jl'iirt-Hlfy nwioclutloii. Thin consign
iv !hi"""'J ''"!"', y'",' '",yrliiii;-!iiii.iu Ih mirrirli'iit for tliu Krowtli of
ly nlil. A word to llic wlhij Ih huIII-; f,0 0,j ,,.,.,,,,
Our Motto- "Von can't heller tlm1 ','1'" '"""'b government, In work-
""" , !' l IHtiii fur tin) riiforiwmioii of illutmicu.of more than lf.O in I leu, by
'""" "peni ih money enrneil. iippinximntely l.nyii.ooi) iicies of fur the longe-st transmission of radio
liomntlines t in ii hie ni: uf iii,i i . .. 7 . ...
I'lpuln crmitDii n pair of "Uii.i.H." , , '." V "" ",m"B ",0 w"r" ."" . win. an ulrpinno in
"""" niuwn njiecieH oi irons iiigni over ut'iiicvcii
RADIO I'HOXi: DISTANCE
RECORD IS SMASHED.
WAH11IN0T0N, Murcli 14. He
ctotury Daniels talked today by radio
telephone with Ensign Harry Fugcti
water In a nuvy flying lion mi route
fiom Wnshliigton to Hampton Honda.
Coinniiinlcntlon was estubllshed at a
FOR CHINESE NOODLES.
TAMALES & CHILI CON CAItN'E
Arnold's Chili Parlors
Coiner Sixth nml Klamath
Hornet lines tlm
Aim, .Miiiiii', )oii
I... !.. .....t
Jcrlbn In ti"' l,,,,,',, 'fN'1"' nwurillni; ,i't druW n Idiink v bi-lli'vn now
i the prwiil I'lni'i r wliul Ik In. Unit Motlmr Kvn wiih a novli'i. at pick
iiw.l In tn I' nmJorlty ' tint rum. IK tlm npploM, mid In roallty iiIiii'IiimI
Liulon on fciM.nMblllly for Ilia w.ir. ' ' MiiUHiu-tltiis Kr.ip.'fn.lt Wli.it
Bilnnlmi on r i , ',..,.. ,... i' miylliK Ih, money In xitvil by
The mpnit of tM fonuitlMlon will Um ,iurfl,w of n,u,m, '
b rciiily wlttihi ii few diiyw nml tln' Imvo hiiiiiii film "wiitoni'M In varl-
ii,,llMtlonii urn Unit tbi' iihmiiIiith am ouk nlii'H
ttrnioiilimn mi llii' in mi poini.H.
Tbent nri' llki'ly to be dlffi-roiHOH,
hovn'ii-r. M'KiirilliiK nnlmrdlniiti! tier
run orflcliilH. nltbiniKli "t iirmint i
'wtjorllj- of tl' foinnilniloii Ih undpr.
ilool In lioM that tlmy cim bn punlMli.
d for "tilt'w 'u, "r ',,, I'tu'lH"!
bj them lu violation of tlm national
la of (liTiinny or tlm rui'lit of war.
Such it rule Mould apply lo thn of fl
eer Hhoi'xirtiti'il Cnptnln Kryntt, but
nottolhi'ioi'io'lnm''."' Kdlth Cnvidl
wto, It I polnti'd nut. nilnlit Imc
bn trclinlcnlly xulliy of iinnnK.
,Vo doubt In fob an to the llalilllly of
nunUbmi'M ot a flnrman offlror mk.
to prlnnm-r nr war yud found guilty
TO UK I.VVKHTIflATKI).
flAI.KM, March H.Stato Kngln.
Mr Cupper ha som- to Hnuthnni On
(on, hiTi' In' "III limpect tbo Mnd
ford, Itoxiii- IIIvit. (litld Hill and
Ttltnt Irrlgntluii ilhtrlrtN. Tlm Mud
ford dlMrlot, which Include 20,000
tat of land near Mod ford, oxpoct
to itturp It water from Dig lluttn
creek and linn voted bonda In tbo
mm of tl, 500,000 for the purpose
ot currying nut Ha work ,,
THKV AUK Al.li OUT OK HTK1
HIT IIKItH AND KHIKNDH
TOLEDO. March 14. Kugonti V.
Debi In an iililretia bore doclnrod that
Unlne and Trotnky were tbo "fori-
moil (tatcsmen of tbo nge." Ho cnl-
ltd the iiipri'iuo court JildgDa "be
whlikcrcd imwdereil old ftixslln who
never ilecldcd anytbliiR."
MVSTKIIV (iAI.OIti: IS
If )ou aro fond of u motion plitiire
ploy cruimiteil full of plot uml myH
terr, If Jim llko a plcttiro tbnt keepH
jou In dellKbtful auapuiiHu to tbo
very end- )uu uiiut ou Vlrglnlu
I'eanon In her newest ttirlllnr
"Queen or IIcuiIh." Tbl.i greut Fox
pbotopluy will he ahown today nt tbo
"OH, IF I COULD
BREAK THIS COLD!"
Almost as Boon as said with
Dr. Klnft's Now Discovery
Get a bottlo today!
Tb rapidity with which thti fifty
Jew-old famiy renlejy rcllevea cough.
SS ?ntn"U bronchial atucki u!
t "P.1 ltt PPurIty on the
lacruw yMr by year.'
cwgWny iptlla never loaci rrlends. It
ociquicUy and pleaaantly what it U
recommended to do. Ono trial puti it
a your medicine cabinet nt absolutely
indjipeniahle. 60c and $10.
Bowda Usually Qotfged?
oruBibn th??? ? "fc. . com
SnW BW New Life Pi".
STSL11? bi"ou,n". hedache,
J omach, tonwe coat, by eUmlal
ne the bowcl-clogcineii. 25c,
lluvii you Mi'i-ii our window? ll
Wii biivn u Htoclc of rliiK niouiilliiKM,
nml can hcI your diamond while you
lilK Ntoi'k of I'olornd Htnni'H. If
you havi' a mouutliiK Hint nnedH nun,
Hluvory ring In vnrloiiH kIh-h.
Home In llii' miiHt lii'iiiitlful word
In any Iiiiikuuku. mid ouii with n row
of tliu nlcn IhliigH Ih ii Joy fornvnr.
I'rctty ullviir wnrn, cut kLihh ami
Cblnii lend a (iibln nfTcct thut can't Im
Kvon tlm (npi'worm etui bn dn
celved Into n lot of poor cooking
through thn medium of tlm huuiitiritl,
If you nlii't lucky It' your fault.
Ain't I hollered enough iihout thn
blrtliHlonu? ll llloodHtnni' IIiIh uiontli
If you wiint your Ivory engraved
we enn do It, nml In uny color.
Monroe Ih thn champion engraver
of thn United .State or Oregon.
Wo bnvn tint latent collar pliiH for
Wn got Inta of Hpox anil colored
Latent In napkin cllpn.
We got a jiloqk of ribbon bniceletH
Hoy' wutchi'H lu two grudim-2
nml $2. 50. :
We lire cloning nut n big bunch of
nlurm clock ni f2 0i). Yuli can't
oversleep when these nro around. '
Hoso cover ii inultltiido of shins.,
Wn need your aid damn Imd. ;
Mcllnttun', lit 60R Main street,
between Sixth mid Seventh Htrect. '
PRODUCER TO CONSUMER
PEOPLE'S QUALITY means THE HIGHEST
PEOPLE'S PRICES mean THE LOWEST
PEOPLE'S SERVICE means THE BEST
Come in and get our prices, compare them
with any other house. If th'ey are not as low or
lower, we do not want your money. And, re
member, that one big factor in meats is
For Quality Meats,
call up Phone 83.
534 Main St
FIVE POUND LIMIT TO A
STAR DRUG CO.
v- .BkiMV Qv HPHtta
Psijgjj Our Guarantee
m&a&SJM MJ.B. CoffcJ if it doc
mWfCjfCwHRl not pleaso your tactc, no
BI ft A 'FpwM matter how much you
pILVg S VigaMm XKVi "d out of tho can.
MMmMmim Buy the s lb Can
(SgaOHgBgaaBQgBiff Save Money
jSBrjKi V itf .JajjaSSJSSSMBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSW
GARICH'S GROCERY NEWS
KLAMATH KA1.1M, OHKCO.V, KHIDAY, MARCH 11, 1010
JiiHt rncelveil Informntlon from
J. V. llouHton tbnt "Tnrzaii of thn
Apes," coming to thn .Slur ttionter
.Sunday nnd Monday, Ih pr.tittlvnlv
thn grentest Rnumitlnu tbnt hni
ever entered tho corporate limits
of Klnm'nth Fnlls, nnd nayn It will
startle It will thrill It will sur.
prUo. nml nt tho Hume tlmo It will
entertain all thoso who wIIiiosr
thin wonderful picture.
Itod Mexican lOe
Argo Cornstarch (. be
Two pounds fresh Tubroso
UouoIobh CodllBh 05c
Al'XT JKM1MA 1WCKWHKAT
' 1A1G CAUI.V SVRUP
IN ALL Sl.KS
HAVE YOU JOINED THE
Good Roads Association?
FIRST CLASS GOODS
Sunday and Monday
March 16 md 17
SUNDAY MATINEE, 2:30
8,000 FEET OF THRILLS
AM1KRT I'AYSON TERHUNE snld:
"It's the greatest picture I over
PAUWNE FREDERICKS wild:
"It's a wonderful picture"
EVENING WORLD said:
-"Only one word will describe It.
It la marvelous."
EVENING TELEGRAM xulil:
"It thrills, It nstoundB."
"Moro thrills than Rrondway Is
WILLARD MACK snld:
"It Is a mnaterploco of primeval
'"It Is thrilling nnd educational."
YOU. WILL SAY-
SPECIAL PRICES, 10c, 25c. IT ENTERTAINS,
a.. . .. V ..
a'.st a few doors east
OUR MOTTO "REST MEATS
AT REST PRICES"
Reef Plate Rolls
Ilcef Shoulder Roust
Reef Shoiililer Steiiks
Iilti Rousts of Pork .
Sugar Cur eil Huron Hack.
Sugar Cured Shoulders
Phone Your Orders
IntcntlonH to Improve said streets, or
portions thereof, and Intersections in
nccordance'wlthvald plans, specifica
tions and estimates. Said improve
ments to consist of bringing said
street to establish grade, the Inatal-
iuuuu ul (.uuvicio vuiuiUK. piuil PHClN'F. PPVTnv? Ill .In jji
drainage and the paving of said . ' ' J''UN for Wood Hjr
sireeis uuu iiiicraeciiuuH wiiii uiiiiu-'pjn
,..,.., v. ,u..uuu. w. wb..u. ..u. ,,, i. H-. .
face pavement, at tho estimated cost , , r,n , , " " condition; n.iii'
of $10,921.85 for oil macadam and,,, ',"." n r ranclsce: onaT.
estimated cost of $10,400.00 for bl- '", I f"' lrivc.; u'' trneklj loo
tullthlc or concreto; and he It further i A j, v" J. " new Afldreia'.
resoiveu ny me uommon council, iiiui
tho property hereinafter described be
and boriby Is declared benefited by,
the Bald proposed Improvement, to-,
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S and 6 of block I
11: lots 1. 2, 3, 4, S, 6 and 7 of
block 13; lots 1. 2, 3. 4. 5, 6. 7.
anu s, oi oiock is; iois i, z, j, s.:ca3h
u, i, s, 9, 1U, 11, it, n. i, ID,,
foreeoine being in Hot Springs Ad-1 "ctt"s ,,aeraa !ndlnt.
dltlon to the Ulty or Kiamatn rans.
Also lots 1. 2, 3,
FTC m1 1 t r
Nlchol. Addition to the City of ""; ''".. V$Cl
Klamath. Falls, Oregon; .. land9'fruU?,n0Kr,r,ih,- JS''O "
and that said property above uescriD-oini, ' ... w. g.
KOUll 9 r,....
Pnll 1 1 !.' n...
- .. iiiiuij n n.f I a.-...
l.onr.llc. ... j V 'UUni
--- u'-i ntjcQ rvo .
(grade t'hllrote & Smith.
FOR SALE--The ,t.nTL.
also two Ijareea. .i, ' 'r.""'
1-UCU feet and 14rin VV... ! '"?:
,"??. ". f: Prlceseoo
"i'iuire j. a. TaM t ' '..
16 and 17 of block 12; all of thelK,".",?" . or Ster.
liy OI mamain runs. Pr,n a a r t ... ..
3, 7, 8 and 9 of block , v,mS0ALE N"1 ". bat a food
of block 69. all niroohme'f rrournd 90x110 W ; igt?'
i . i. m, nt ' rooms, rour closets. hM,,.L ."
ed be and hereby Is declared to be the
' property to be assessea ror tne ex-
jpense of said improvement. And be
it further resolved that Monday, the
J 7th day of April, 1919, at the hour of
i ners in me
time and place for tho hearing of ob
jeciions ana remonstrances agaiuHi
ruit salb 100 sacks whit. h'
land potatoes, i at -
rancn- , 13J4tw
8 o'clock p. m., at the council cnam- Fon ,. rv.. , ., rr'
hers in the city hall, be fixed t d&ftj
S. 9th st
motorcycle, with tandem. 115
the said proposed Improvement; andPon gALE OnA inr.i .
the Police Judge is hereby directed to TnS.1 "?
I will sell nt my place on tho Merrill
foml, 8 lulled from Klamath Falls,
known as the H. S. Newton Runcli,
cause notice or said nearing to oe
published as by Charter provided
State of Oregon,
County of, Klamath, as;
City of Klamath Falls.
I, A. L. Leavitt, Police Judge of the
city of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby cerjlfy that the foregoing Is a
duly enrolled copy or the resolution
adopted by .the Common Council on
3d day of March, 1919, declaring its
Intention to improve portions of Cres
cent, Canby and East streets, in the
City of Klamath Falls, and approving
plans, specifications and estimates of
cost thereof as submitted by the City
A. L. LEAVITT. Police Judge.
The City Engineer, pursuant to res
olution of the Common Council here
tofore adonted. having, on the 3d
day of February, 1919, filed plans and
specifications and estimates or cost oi
imurovlng Pine street, from Third
One span horse. O years old, 1.600 ! westerlr tc ' ?. '-
pounds; 1 pan marcs, 5 years old,
1,400 pounds; other smaller horses,
hroko and unbroko; 1 good milch
coiv, S yearling steers, about 75 head
ewes, bred to thoroughbred Lincoln
bucks, start lambing March 10th; 1
pinna, cost new $430; 1 Ford touring
car; 3 wagons; 1 top buggy; 1 De
Luvnl cream separator; 1 walking
plow; 1 good sulkey plow, and other
SALE BEGINS AT 1 P. M.
Thursday, March 20
..All sums under $20, cash; all sums
over ?'M, notes on seven months'
time nt l per cent interest... Five per
cent discount for ensh.
H. S. NEWTON, Owner
C. U. MERRILL, Auctioneer.
LESLIE ROGERS, Clerk.
KLAMATH FALLS HRANCH
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Ofllco ISO S. 0th St. Phone 87
E. II. JEFFERSON
NOTICE: Department of the In
terior, United States Indian Service,
Klamath Agency. Oregon, Marcn is.
1J19. Propo3iila will bo received at
this odlce until 2 o'clock p. m April
14, 1919, for furnishing approximate
ly 4,200 head of cattle, to be pur
chased for the Klamath Indians, ap
proximately as follews: Heirers, i
o 3 years old, 2,800 to 3.G00; steers.
approximately 2 yoars old. 70Q; milch
cows, under 4 yoars old, 40; bulls,
pure brod Hereford or Durham, 1 to
3 years, old, 220. The right is re
served to roject any and all bids, to
accept ono part and reject tho other,
mid to walvo technical defects as the
Interests of the sorvlco may refjulro.
No mombor ot congress, agent or em
ployee of tho United States govern
ment shall have any Interest, direct
or Indirect, In tho furnishing of said
cattlo. Further Information will bo
furnlshod upon application to tbo
undersigned at nbove address. Wal
ter Q. West, Supervisor in Charge.
Tho City Engineer, pursuant to
resolution of tho Common Council
horetoforo adopted, having, undor
dato of February 3d, 1919, fllod
plans, specifications and estimates of
tho cost of improving Crescent ave
nue from U. S. irrigation canal to
Canby street! Canby street to East
street; Rust street to Intersection ot
Crescent uvonuo at p.. S, irrigation
canul, and intersections, and the
CquucII having taken same under ad
vlsoment and find sutd plans, specifi
cations nnd estimates satisfactery:
Uo It hereby resolved, thut said
plans, specifications and estimates for
the Improvement of tho ubovo men
tioned streets and Intersections, be,
and" tho sumo aro hereby approved.
And bo It further resolved that the
Common Council hereby deolares its
pairs tongs, one loadlnr iin.'..
tornor binds; all la good repair, la
quire 2252 Vine street. Mm.. Ad4U
FOn SALE 80 acres good hurt-;
fenced; small building; 0 acras
Irrigated; $40 per acre; terms. See'
L Jacobs. " jj.f '
FOR SALE .120, acres near KUa.
ath Falls; partially improved; IH'
acres and 35 acres near Malln.lii w
be Irrigated. soon; 70 acres how croe-'
ped; 80 acres on main road, foot "of
Stukel mountain,-some cropped. HBIa
Addition lots near Sixth street; alaa
corner lot on hill. One Portland resi
dence; one Ashland residence. WH
sell above separately and on terms;
wish Klamath Falls residence. Set
owner, 715 Main street, who wM
make you low price. 14-tf." .
WANTED Position to assist wtk'
housework or care for chlldrem.
Box 255. 14-$t,f;t
WANTED Experienced girl, for
housework. Phone 43 1Z-X1j
HELP WANTED Lady for general
housework; good wages, iteaaV
Job.' Inquire or write Mrs. Ray Pi
ett. Malln, Ore. 13-t"
WANTED Experienced woman fer
general housework; good wajea.
Phone 265. Uf',
WANTED April 1st. a furnished
house. Phone 208W. Geo. O. Pry.
keeping rooms. Phone 255T. 11-tf
r'OR RENT Furnished rooms and
apartments. Phone 147. 12-Ct
FOR RENT Furnished house. Is-
qulre 605 Spring at., back of bath
LOST AND FOUND
nru-Lru-L-iraiaJ - ...,
LOST Saturday night, my J.86
pay, two silver dellars: writ ttj
finder please return to the Herald
office. Newsboy No. 7. 13-tf
eluding Intersections, and Payne alley
from Pine street la a' southerly direc
tion to Main street,' including Inter
sections, and the Council having tak
en the same under advisement, and
finding said plans, specifications end
It Is hereby resolved that said
plans, specifications and estimates
for the improvement of Pine street
from Third street westerly to Payne
alley, and Payne alley from Pine
street southerly to Main street, be,
and the same aro hereby approved.
And' be it further resolved, that
the Common Council hereby declares
its Intention to improve said portions
of Pine street and Payne alley in ac
cordance with said plans, specifica
tions and estimates, said Improve
ment to consist ot paving said portion
of said streets with oil macadam, at
an estimated cost, including cement!
sidewalks, curbing and grading, ot
I1Q 17C Qfi' r ftamanr nflvamnnt at I
m estimated cost, lnclndlnr cement FOR 'RENT Two furnished houae-
siaewaiKS, curDing ana graaing, oi
$23,500.00; or' crushed rock, at an
estimated cost ot $18,000.00; or bi-
lullthlc pavement at an estimated
cost, including ' sidewalks, curbing
and grading, ot $23,500.00; said Im
provement in either event to Include
grading, rolling and curbing.
And be it further resolved by the
Common Council that the property
hereinafter described be, and hereby
is declared benefited by said proposed
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of block 6:
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 ot block 5; lots 1,
2, 3 and 4 of block 4; lots 1 and 2
ot block 3; lots 1, 2 and 3 ot block
2; lots 1 and 2 at block 1; lots 1,
2, 3, 8 and 9 qt block 25; lots 3.
4, 5, 6 and 7 ot block 24; lots 3
and, 4 of block 23: lot 3 of block
22; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 ot block 21;
norm izu reet or vacant portion ot
Center Btreet; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 ot
block 20, lots 6. 6, 7 and 8 ot block
19; all ot said lots and blocks be
ing in the 'original town of Klam
and that said property above describ
ed be, and hereby is declared to be
the property to be assessed for tho
expense of said improvement; and be
it further resolved, that Monday the
7th day of April, 1919, at the hour of
8 o'clock- p. m,, at the Council cham
bers In tho city ball ot the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, be fixed as
the time and place for the hearing ot
objections and remonstrances against
the said 'proposed Improvement;1 and
tbo Polico Judge be, and hereby is di
rected to cause notice of said hearing
to bo published as by charter pro
vided. State of Oregon,
County ot Klamath, ssr
City ot Klamath Falls.
I, A. L. Leavitt, Police Judge ot the
City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify that the foregoing Is
a duly enrolled copy ot the resolution
adopted by the Common Council on
the 3d day ot March, 1919. declaring
Its intention to improve Pine street
rrom tnira stroet to Payne al oy. nnd "ho mmnvni
Payne alloy from Pine 8t,reot to Main the follewing:
.Irani ntiH nmmlnc ,!, nln... ..V.....I :
tlcatlons and estimates ot the cost
submitted by the City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT. Police Judge.
LOST On Merrill Road, rubber-llnei
laprobe; near Short ranch. Brn
to Modoc Stables: reward. 14-3t
See Charles S. Hood. Klamath
Agency for health and accident -in-
Notice' is hereby given to the peo
ple ot Klamath Falls to have their
garbage ready to be carried away on
tho 1st and 15th ot each and every
month. No accumulation ot garbage
under the ordinance passed February
24, 1919, is to remain on the prom
ises -more than fifteen days, except
ashes, tin cans, glass and garbage of
similar nature, which must be hauled
away every ninety days.
The following subjects come under
tho head ot garbage: Every accumur
latlon of animal, fruit or tefetahW
mutter, liquid or otherwlie, that, at
tends the preparation, use. cookinr.
eating or storing of'meat, flsh.QWi,
fruit or vegetables; ashes, tin cans,
bottles, glass or discarded articles of
similar character; all trees, vines,
brushes and lawn trimmings, neaa
leaves and trash from gardens.
All ashes, glass, bottles, tin caja
and garbage of a similar nature ehI
be plnced in a suitable receptacle
arnte and apart from the other
classes of garbige above described.
Persons may dispose of tneir gar
bage by burying It on the PremUja
in accordance with the rules of thj
Board of Health, or the owner of tM,
garbage may cart the same away, put
no person shall engage In '"
bage business except the duly author
Ized city scavenger. Ed Hunter, ora
duly authorUed licensee of " "Jj
Tho expenses of 'garbage remqW
Is left to private contract'80, "J
citizen and the city J'". i. '
licensee, but a miner r. . '- ,-.
cannot ue cni -rrr
o follewing: .imiiar
Contents ot 10 alUm or itaUW
roceptacles not to Mcaeo ' - -JT
per week, per tank, 1"
...m .,r mnra freauent removals ai
tucies or more "";;;. htel.
not to exceed a propon - y --r
er coat, a arbage and trash In vm
not exceeding 1 cubic yri'7
at not to exceed 50c '"Vflne'of
This ordinance provides i fine
not less than $5 or more uwMJ
not loss than ao or V"- ,w0 '-rf
Imprisonment not less thu W o
more than twenty to W
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