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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1919)
MARCH 17.. 1010
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
n a Present
'w dwlrubl" III it limit
Cl. '" "" ,,,r ""r'
In of true friendship.
C rimy rtl";
tjnd wny ,1,",,l,n'' "I
4Mb iwuro personal
ftp", Jw'lry l lh"
iiulliy onii on J) own
ing iinil Kl"'K
"J BO to $6.00
Frank M. Upp
St I Main Hlrwt
pfc, Watrh Repairing
WHS OF !
FRANCE UNDER !
for urgent public neodit, Tim minis
ti'i of Public Works linn declared"
Unit, In IiIh view, thu icHtoriitlon of
I'iiiiiio'h Northern unci Itanium rail
wii) nyiiti'iun hIiijiiIiI be luuitu u first
disu ki- upon lw war Indemnity m
bi' I'll 1 it liy tin. oiioiliy
Conic on In, f ho nil I it It nltvA)
wii rm ill the Hot HprliiR HiiIIi House
Tub or. Iiink. UB teiitn. 12-lf
AltfUN: WILL liXI'LOKK
QUtBKO, March 17 Canada U
lo It tht flmt country lo urn nlr
plH tor exploration purpose. Tho
protlsclil loternmenl of Quebec hnn
decIdM 10 send ipc rt Into Ungavu.
(lb Labrador peninsula) In nlr
pltSM to explore the region for mlli
lniDputyTcMer, In supporting tho
propoul, mild bu bollevod that Much
rel il'ortJ of coal would be found
that It lould ante Canada from buy
lag fuel (font the 1'nlted Htnlcs.
Tht sale of apronx und cooked
food by tbe Udlen' of tlu Presbyter
lunchureh will bo bold Saturday
yrtb !1 It Ibo office of thu West
ra Tranitfr Company, corner of
Stb ind Ma,ln Streets.
Set Cbarlea S. Hood, Klamath
Atttty for health and accident In
I'Alt IM, I'rillHI'. ((''IITMIPOIhll'llll!
llf Till) AhHOI'lllll'll I'lI'MH) KlIHIIV, )
nit it result of llin uiir.riinN 1 1 hi t t
abort of .1,000 lodiiuollvi'H 'lint i)i),
(100 I III H, Wllllll thll tlllllHplll tUlllln'
iiiHti.Tlul tluti In hi 11 1 ikiiii In.) Ily Oil,
llm lullvo lint In limlly out of retiulr
Tln shorliiRU of tolling Htutk bun lu '
coino iicuti' littuly, for t tic uiiiiibr
of locoiitotlvim mid rum out of com '
IuImIoii for virions tliifcrtK Iiiih 111-
rrciini'l slum July Inst by 10 und an
j pur cent nwpci lively j
I To iiioot tbu Rrtiwliig difficulties'
'lit Ilia liinttur of lepiilrH, Ibo ntulu
, iiiiinltlon farlorli-n nl Lyoiin, Ton-1
lloil'O mill Itoiilllin ,lilivi', nlucn tin'
nrmlxllru, bcmi tuim-il with nil spcud
. ii.... .. - . i -i i .
IIIIU rilliwuy iiTjiiiii iiik minim
Thu French Koviriiiui'iit hnn limit i
ItrHltolnd to place ordi-in In Ibo t'nlt-
od States, whore iiIoiik new rollliiKt
ntofk could bn iuiiciiiimI. for fiutr of
j doproNNlng Ibn I'rcmli into of ix.
rhitnieo iimluly, but tbi country
nroiln biiniiii. no pnvmliiK Unit oid-
, cm htiVM nou bi'iui KlM'ii, It Ih und-
rrntood fur purrhnnliiK soo locoiuo
IIvch mid 32.IMMI rum, hIiIIk 27.
000 Aiiinrlt'iui dirn Hint worn to
hr.vo boon nhlppod to I'ninrn fur itu
, unn of lhi Aiticrlcnn I'.xpi-dltloniiiy
I Korcn lutvn iiho been ucqiilrcd
Purhapi' tint blKKi'iit timk Imforu
tb Kri'licli lriiuniortiitlon (xporln In
,1111' rcntoriitloii of thi ditriiyid rail
way trnckn In tin1 I ii mmI imI part of
France An urui) nf 75, HOD work
( orH Mill bl CIIKIIKi-'d on t llf rt Kd'OI
work for iiioiiIIih It liirluikM Ibo
recount nut Ion of fourteen tiiiineln
nml IG.ilOO hrlilKe.i, for which 60,
000 tonn of iiieliil me ieitilred i
In nddltlou, liiiiulrodn of nilleri of
main and brnni-h linen lutMi been
j temporarily "borrowed" for mllltiry
piirponiin fiom elHewbeio, ami miiHt
now ho relald
Tlui ilepartnieiilH affected luue
been divided up Into necllonn, for
ench of which a "chief ro.of;anlur"
j haa been appointed I'ikIi of thetii
I hi been iviiulred to rIvu an under
takltiR that ho will have bin miction j
in proper wiiritniK uriier mh reKurun
trminiorntloii. In the r011''" f the
An appropriation of 120,000,.
000 fraiicn haw been lunde by the
Rovorniticltt lo enublo Ibo railway
eomimiilen to puichnno rollliiK iitock ,
itn.u.r coitps mi:i:th tonkhit.
The leitular liieotliiK nf thu local
( haptiii of tbe Womiiiiih' Iti'lliif lor
till bu held u tin Mali tu the Odd
I i Mown linlMlii. iMs ii'inii All
iiiiMiilium of tbe orKiiulatlon 'mo
uiKi'd to bu prenent
HeiifCharluH 8 ilood. Kliimnth,
Aciuiey, fur luillan crii'.liu Imulu mi'l'
IitIht I3tf ;
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Bay Cream Applied In Nontriln
Hrllcveii Hcad-Coldn at Once.
ir your iiOHtrllH aru cIokko1 una
your bend In ntuffud and you ciin'l
biitnlho freoly bucauno of n cold or
( atari h, Junt Ret u niimll bottla of
Kl'n Cream If aim at any dniK aloro,
Apply u llttlu or this fruRrunt, anil
untitle cicam Into your uontrlla and
lot It pvnutrato thru uvcry air paaaaRe
of our head, Hoothlue and heullnej
tho lufliitiicd, nwollon iiiucoiih mom
briino and you nut Ionium relief.
Ah' how Reed It fceln, Your tioa-
trlln nru oinn, your head In clear, no
nioru hawkliiR, nniirriltiR, blowing;
no mote heiducho, dryuuHR or atriiR.
rIIiir for breath. Kly'a Cream 11 aim
In Junt what Hiifforom from bund
(oliln and (atarrh need. It's u do I
llRht Adv .
II lin'l ei ono my nml It
Isn't nine to buy unytliliiK
hut the hent In ilriiRH.
We hate Rallied the con
fidence of our rustnmcrN by
nelllng drug or the lilRhc.it
(iiallty nnly. Vou cannot
buy any other kind here,
nml you urc nhwi)S nnfo
mill nuro that nothing but
the bent drug will tie aold
In thin Hture.
I Mill ncII ill my plnie on the Merrill
t'oiiil, H nillen fi run Kliiiuath KalN,
known an the II. S. .Nenloii Ranch,
One npau horses, (I jeurs old, l,(IUO
poiinils; I spun iiiares, , jnirs old,
1,100 pounds; oilier smaller horses,
broke und uiibrnke; I Reed milch
com, 12 yearling steers, about 75 bead
cues, bred In thoroiiRhbred Lincoln
bucks, start lambing March 10th: I
piano, cost new $l."0; 1 I'onl lourbiR
I cur; it wiiroiis; i top ouRRy; I i;c
j Luwil creniii separator; 1 wnlklnR
, plow ; I R(mi( Kidkr) plow, und other
SALE BEGINS AT 1 P. M.
Thursday, March 20
...All sums under 920, cash; all sums
(iter $20, notes on' seven monthn'
time at O per cent Interest. Flic per
rent dlncount Tor cah.
H. S. NEWTON, Owner
(,'. a. MKIUULL, Auctioneer.
LKHLIK KOGKRH, Clerk.
W "s . rtLATMl n I ALLS OKLWJ
hLAMATH TALLS OR ECOH
Size and Save Money
EVERY CAN (jIIARANTFFD Cuum pftcKp
KLAMATH PALLS UK A NCII
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.
Office 120 8. 0th St. Phone 87
E. H. JEFFERSON
Northwest Shorthorn Breeders
9th Annual Spring Sale and Show
North Portland, Oregon
Tuesday, April 1, 1919
There, will be offered at this sale the Highest Class Shorthorns ever placed in the Sale
Ring in the Northwest They are carefully selected individuals from the herds of the
leading Shorthorn Breeders of the Pacific Northwest. Range men of the West never
had such an opportunity to get the kind of Bulls they wanted as this sale offers
richly bred, from 18 to 24 months old. The catalog gives the full information write
for your copy NOW, study the breeding and plan to attend.
SALES MANAGER, CARLTON, ORE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dorslgncd has been duly appointed
administratrix of the estate of Ray
mond I. Tower .deceased, by the
County Court or the State or Oregon
for Klamath County, and all persons
havlnR claims against said estate are
required to present same to said ad
ministratrix at the law offices or R. C,
Groe3beck, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
within six months from the date of
Dated March 3, 1919.
CHARLOTTE I. TOWER.
Administratrix or the Estate or Ray
mond I. Tower, Deceased.
3 10 17 24 31
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administratrix or the estate of John
S. Hutchcns deceased, by the County
Court or tho State or Oregon, ror
Klamath County, and all persons hav
lnR claims against said estate, are
hereby directed to present same to
said udministratrl xat the law oraces
ot R. C. Groesbeck, Klamath Falls,
Oregon, within six months rrom the
date or this notice.
Dated March 3. 1919.
LULU B. HUTCHENS.
Adnlmlstratrlx or the Estate or John
H. Hutchens, Deceased.
3 10 17 24 31
NOTICE: Department of tho In
terior, United States Indian Service,
Klamath Agency, Oregon, March 12,
J.19 Proposals will be received at
thU ofilce until 2 o'clock p. rn.. April
14, 1919, tor furnishing approximate
ly 4,200 head or cattle, to be pur
chased ror the Klamath Indians, ap
proximately as IoIIewb: 'Heirors, 1
to 3 years old, 2,800 to 3,600; steers,
approximately 2 years old, 700; milch
cows, under 4 years old, 40; bulls,
pure bred Heretord or Durham, to
3 years old, 220. The right Is re
served, to reject any und all bids, to
accept ono part and reject the other,
and to waive technical defects as the
interests of tho sorvlco may require.
No member or congress, agent or em
ployee or tho United States govern
ment shall have any interest, direct
or Indirect, In the furnishing of said
cattle. Further information will be
furnished upon application to the
undersigned at above address, Wal
ter G. West, Supervisor in Charge.
riio City Engineer, pursuant to
resolution of tho Common Council
heretofore adopted, having, under
date or February 3d. 1919, filed
plans, specifications and estimates or
the cost or Improving Crescent ave
nue rrom U. S. irrigation canal to
Canby street; Canby street to East
street; East street to Intersection or
Crescent avenue nt U. S. irrigation
canal, and intersections, and the
Council having taken same under ad
visement und And said plans, specifi
cations and estimates u.Ulsfuctory;
Be it hereby resolved, that suld
plans, specifications and estimates for
tho improvement or the abovo men
tioned streets and Intersections, be,
and the same are hereby approved.
And bo it further resolved that the
Common Council hereby declares its
Intentions to Improve sald'streets, or
portions thereof, and Intersections In
accordance with said plans, specifica
tions and estimates. Said Improve
ments to consist or bringing said
street to ostubllsh grade, the instal
lation or concrete curbing, proper
drainage and tho paving or said
streets and Intersections with blthu-
llthic, oil macadam or other hard sur
face pavement, at the estimated cost
ot $10,924.85 for oil macadam and
estimated cost of $16,400,00 ror bl-
tulttblc or concroto; and bo It further
resolved by the Common Council, that
tho property hereinafter described be
and hereby is declured benefited by
tho said proposed Improvement, to
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, G and 6 of block
11; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 6 and 7 or
block 13; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
and 8, of block 14; lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
0, G, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1G,
16 and 17 of block 12; all or the
foregoing being In Hot Springs Ad
dltlon to the City or Klamath Falls
Also lots 1. 2. 3. 7. 8 and 9 or block
f G8. and lot 2 of block 69, all In
Nichols Addition to the uuy ot
Klamath Kails, Oregon;
and that said property above descrlb
ed bo and hereby Ib declared to be the
property to be assessed for the ex
nense of said Improvement. And be
it rurther resolved that Monday, tho
7th duy or April, 1919, at the hour ot
8 o'clock p. m., at the Council cham
bers In the city hall, be fixed as the
time and placo ror the hearing or ob
jections and remonstrances against
the said proposed Improvement; and
the Police Judge is hereby directed to
cause notice of said hearing to be
published as by Charter provided.
State or Oregon,
County or Klamath, ss:
City or Klamath Falls.
I, A. L. Leavltt, Police Judge of tbe
city or Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify that the foregoing Is a
duly enrolled copy of 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 or Klamath Falls, and approving
plans, specifications and estimates ot
cost thereof as submitted by the City
A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
The City Engineer, pursuant to res
olution ot tbe Common Council here
tofore adopted, having, on the 3d
day of February, 1919, filed plani r.nd
specifications and estimates ot cost ot
improving Pine street, from Third
street westerly to Payne alley. In
cluding Intersections, and Payne nlley
from Pine street in a southerly direc
tion to Main street, Including Inter
lectlons, and the Council having tak
en the same under advisement, and
finding said plans, specifications and
It Is hereby resolved that cuid
plans, specifications and estimates
for the improvement of Pine street
trora Third street westerly to Payne
alley, and Payne alley from Pine
street southerly to Main street, be,
and the same are hereby approved.
And bo It further resolved, that
the Common Council hereby declares
Its intention to Improve said portions
ot Pine street and Payne alley In ac
cordance with said plans, specifica
tions and estimates, said improve
ment to consist or paving said portion
or said streets with oil macadam, at
an estimated cost, Including cement
sidewalks, curbing and grading, ot
$19,176.96; or cement pavement, at
an estimated cost. Including cement
sidewalks, curbing and grading, of
$23, G00. 00; or crushed rock, at an
estimated cost ot $18,000.00; or bi
tullthic pavement at an estimated
cost, including sidewalks, curbing
and grading, of $23,500.00; said Im
provement in either event to Include
grading, rolling and curbing.
And be it further resofved 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 6; lots 1,
2, 3 and 4 ot block 4; lots 1 and 2
of block 3; lots 1, 2 and 3 ot block
2; lots 1 and 2 ot block 1; lots 1,
2, 3, 8 and 9 ot block 25; lots 3.
4, 5, 6 and 7 ot block 24; lots 3
and 4 ot block 23; lot 3 ot block
22; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 of block 21;
north 120 feet ot vacant portion ot
Center street; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 ot
block 20, lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 of. block
19; all ot said lots and blocks be
ing In the driglnal town ot Klam
and that said property above describ
ed be, and hereby Is declared to be
the property to be assessed for the
expense of said Improvement; and be
tt further resolved, that Monday the
7th day ot AprU,.19,19, at the hour ot
8 o'clock p. m., at the Council cham
bers In the city hall of the City ot
Klamath Falls, Oregon, be fixed as
the time and place tor the hearing of
objections and remonstrances against
the said proposed Improvement; and
the Police Judge be, and hereby Is di
rected to cause notice ot said hearing
to bo published as by charter pro
State ot Oregon,
County ot Klamath, ss:
City of Klamath Falls.
I, A. L. Leavltt, Police Judge ot the
City of Klamath .Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is
a duly enrolled copy of the resolution
adopted by tbe Common Council on
the 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. U. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
Herald's Classified aL
Lydlu J Howden', nnml. an? U ,n
Address w A?MShm'iBtt!!f
Iliofidway Paducah, Ky" ' 17.7,. a
grade. Chllcote ft Sam," Tnel'ent
FOR SALE-The stealer MaramT
also two barcei ii. .. . ..
cash inn,,.;: TV '" 00
cigar store Phone . 1 ' TlT.l
jieanB, winema landlne. 10-6t
FOR SALB-Not fancy, but . f0d
home; ground 90x110 feet- .17
a"nd r?u.tr"p6r.?e lo'.oT T T
FOR SALE 100 sacks white dry
ra.ad potatoes. 1 ,4c, at Hagcl.teTn
FOR SALE One logging truck, two
pairs tongs, one loading line; tour
fn,nai kin.,-. -.11 i . .'
. ." tt" ln 00i repair. In
quire 2252 Vine street. Mill, Add,
tlon, i j. .
FOR SALE 120 acres near Klam-
ah Falls; partially ImpreTcd: 110
acres and 35 arn4 n, t.hm . :m
be Irrigated soon; 70 acres now crop4
yuu, tttica ou main roaa, root of
Stukel mountain. uin tmnrA um.1
Addition lots near Sixth street; alio
corner ioi on niu. one Portland resi
dence: one Ashland mMgnp. urui
Isell above separately and on terms;
wiau tviumaia raus retiaence. See
owner. 715 Main street, who will
mane you low price. H-tf
i,,,,,, ii,i"r,i"ifVirrruTrt- -JUUKAjkj.
WANTED Dy woman with a child,
place to do housework. Phone In
care of 179J. 15-lt
WANTED Position to assist with
housework or care for children.
Dox 255. 14-3t
WANTED Experienced, girl for
housework. Phone 43 13-tf
HELP WANTED Lady for eneral
housework; good wages, steady
Job. Inquire or write Mrs. Ray Pi:k-
ett, Malln. Ore. 13-6t
WANTED Experienced womanfor
general housework; good wajes.
Phone 265. 3-tf
IF THE PARTIES who found black.
vellow marked -collie doe. about
first week in January, with name H.
V Brown on collar will return to
2027 Wantland ave., they will receive
WANTED Barred Rock and Rhode
Island hens or roosters; will par
local market price. Address C. O.
Allvn. 313. Weed. Calif. 17-2t
WANTED April 1st. a furnished
house. Phone 20 8W. Geo. G. Fry.
FOR RENT Steam-heated'room, hot 4
and cold water. Claremont, zx
FOR RENT Two furnished houie
keeplng rooms. Phone 255Y. M-H
FOR RENT Furnished rooms.aad
apartments. Phone -147. ll-lt
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Klamath Pioneer badge,
owner can have same by Identify
ing and paying for this ad. Herald
FOUND Copy of Science and Health
near Bath House; owner can have
same by Identifying and paying tor
this ad. Herald office. 17-u
i.nsT Saturday night, my week's
pay. two silver doflw WW
tinuer piease reium w - ------
r.mna Voinhnv No. 7. It'll
LOST On Merrill Road, rubber-lined
laprobe; near anon raueu. ;-
Unin. Qtnhlps! reward. H'Jl
.w .i.wuw.. w. .- , -
Notice is hereby given to the peo
ple ot Klamath Falls to have their
garbage ready to be carried away on
the 1st and 16th ot each -and every
month. No accumulation of garbage
under tho ordinance passed February
24, 1919, Is to remain on tbe prem
ises more than fifteen days, except
ashes, tin cans, class and earbnee nf
similar nature, which must be hauled'
away every ninety days.
The following subjects come under
the head or garbage: Every accumu
ItUion of animal, fruit or vegetable
mutter, liquid or otherwise, that at
tends tho preparation, use, cooking,
eiuiug or storing or meat, nsh, towl,
f l ult or vegetables; ashes, tin cans,
bottles, glass or discarded articles ot
similar character;' all trees, vinos,
brushes and lawn trimmings, dead
leaves and trash? from gardens.
All ashes, glass, bottles, tin chiib
and garbage of a similar nature shill
be placed In a suitable receptacle sep.l
aruie ana apart rrom the other
classes of garbage above described,
n ....... .lionn.A nf their zar-
bage by burying It on the pwmtoes ,
i inA iiTitn rnn ruirn ui aav
HI HUCUrCUUIto mm .v . -- --,
. ... -i.t. . ,i-n Awn.p nf tne
uoara oi ueaiiu, ot i" - r-i
garbage may cart the same aW,K ff
no person shall engage in the gar-
bage business except tne qui u.w.j -...
i ..... ....nr v.a Hunter, or a ,-.
lieu tu) ki6i -r ",. iw
duly authorized licensee of the i city.
. The expenses rwj.
is left to private couira ""7,
citizen and the city eenfr o or a
llcensoe, but a hlgner raw w. .-
bage removal cannot be charged tnan
the follewing: .iu..
Contents of 10 gauoa or ..-
receptacles not to exceed two tons
per week, per tank. 25c; !""""
tacles or more frequen W"
not to oxceod a proportionately Wfh
er cost. Garbage and trasj i In . PB"
not exceeding 1 cubic yard In volume
at not to exceed 60c for each p I le.
This ordinance provides a fine oi
not less than $5 or mere than $50. or
imprisonment not lew than two or
more than twenty day., for the vio
lation ot any of these provisions.
Garbage cans nu..-- . ,
ordinance must be ptoead ; P0
convenient for tne '".,mv uwor
10-10t I. R. STRUBLE. Mayor.