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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. ORLGON
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lj tlmi in '"' Frederick 1'en.h
Inj Jr.. ur In ilecendulii "wtml.l
Mm buck wihii ly "'"I nnlenn (Iiii
lr land" nf Alitiue.Lnrrnlne from
Aieniilliig In tlm teller, tint ivihIi
llie lived In tin. Milage of Ki'ln- in
, Aim l.in ii1ii in it ft mill fought
Ulllll'l l.lllperoi Cllim Ml'llltlxl Mil'
MngJlHN Hii'iiii it rt r tluil, When ,i
law WIIH iHiHiml 4 It II t lilt able bodied
llli'll between I III' ugi'S of HI mill f.u
IM II M t Jlllll till' lllMllUl'Ml til IIOll"t
tliulr i oniil t y riniii lavage li Hi"
AiiHt rlntiM. I'li'ilinirl, I'imhIiImk Ii ,
sent IiIh ihmi to A iikm li'it I'iimIi'I i I,
IVnlillitf. Ji , rem bed llil on ti 1 1
III I74U mill after iiiuirylng n Mlm
Wytinl In IIiiIIIiiiiiiii, Hutlli'il In V'fit
imiMilmiil ioiiiiii), I'minm Ivuiiln,
wlinni (imii'iiil I'i'ImIiIiik'ii urilliil pin -t'lltn
IIOTCI. MAN TO 1,1. M It.
i W .1 Mil Inn, wliu linn liclil the ion
It Ion UK iniillloi nt ( tic White I'ell
cm lloti'l foi the imi'l elghtien
mouth, teltiiueil lunt eeulug from
ii itliort IhII nt Han I'i mi lucn While
tlnnu In- tin opted a position nt tlin
llutol Hlewnit mnl l ii'turn to im
mune IiIn new it it I Ton 1 1 1 tmrly iml
of next iimntli
lOVI.I'IIONS UHlt MAW
viri,'HTi:ns niiiMM or iiciii:
now ,(-n allv i:.ist rxiurii
' I rtcnt to bed
mi nini'li tlmt
LONDON -Corroniionilriicn of 1 1 -I
AHNocliiti',1 r(.HN Pupils Inntcnil of
Iimi'Iiitm control tint hcIiooU of Hum-
Iii under tlin bolshevlkl regime, nc
,nrilliiK to two Englishmen, oiio of
them iiii experienced Hchnolmimtor, j
i See fhitrleii S
, Agency for health
Mil rn ikk
mnl uirliint t
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This New Reo Light Four
Is a Handsome Motor Car
AT THE NEW YORK SHOW, in January, the
REO exhibit wai, to an even greater extent
than ordinarily, the mccca of the crowds.
YOU'D THINK, PERHAPS, that at the Natioaal
automobile show, and especially in the world's
greatest metropolis, where dealers and buyers
go to see what is latest in construction and de
sign, that the ponderous multi-cylinder ma
chines would attract the most attention.
ON THE CONTRARY, there was vastly more
interest shown in the types of cars designed to
supply that great American need for a prac
tical, economical, five-passenger tourin car or
THIS YEAR, more than ever before, buyers arc
paying less attention to fads and more to prac
tical things. More to cost of up-keep than to
AND THIS REO this new Light Four stood
out above all the rest.
IT IS SUCCESSOR to the greatest four-cylinder
automobile ever built that wonderfully effi
cient, wonderfully sturdy Reo the Fifth, that
for eight years maintained its supremacy.
THIS IS A REFINEMENT of that great car.
ALL FUNRAMENTALS have been retained and
every detail has been refined to the last de
gree. In a word, this latest Reo represents all
that has gone before and just that much more
of Reo experience.
THIS IS A REAL CAR a full five-passenger
Light Four. Not a skimpy not a little four.
IT DOES SEAT FIVE full grown adults you
don't have to use a shoe horn to get them in.
BODY DESIGN IS BEAUTIFUL it is up to the
minute in every line and curve, and in every
detail of upholstery and finish and appoint
ments. HERE ARE COMBINED roominess with econ
omy of operation; beauty in appearance with
sterling mechanical quality;
AND LOW UPKEEP that quality for which
Reos have always been famous.
OUTPUT IS LIMITED must be this year, for
the Reo factory is also doing its part to assist
SO YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY. Make your
decision see us and place your order well in
advance of the time you will want delivery,
Tnn yU wil' ,urly b5 disappointed.
TODAY won't be a minute too soon.
C. L. McWILLIAMS
610 Klamath Ave.
Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Mich
New Light hour
who linvn JiiHt rehiriicil from KuhmIu.
i IIidm unit KirU am linnlml InillH-
crlinlniitly unit tluiri' Ik no llnclillno,
xny tlin KiikIIhIiiiiwi I'nplU control
tlin li'iirhiT In ii Kolimi ncliool u
plinth of is wiik nppolntiMl roinmliu
I nloni'r of tin' Irint It tit Ion. anil wuh In
rlnirKo of all ti'acliiTti On ono occn-
nliiii ho rlotii'tl the hcIiooI for n wok
tin n iirotrxt iiKiiiiiNt thu action of the
' iimiitiir. who hntl ruurhimmletl n
' -Slum Id u inaxtcr provn unpopular,
hi) Ih promptly I'JiTtecl hy IiIh clitHX,
Ofti'ti tlin itmntcr iippi-nm for cltms
nil) o llinl IiIh pnpllH oiikhkuiI In n
onunUii-ii ini'CtltiK. which inunt not
Knelt i'Iiikh htm Iih own cnmmlttco,
mnl tisnally tlin tinmt populur hoy
mpri-Hi'iitH tlin oIIkth nt tlin tnnntonT
council TIh'iiii roiiimltii't'H not only
iliii"t thu niaBtiTH. hut control tlm
illitlrlhutlon of food, which In provltl
nil for ilic ntlil-iliiy tnonl, and which Is
the i-lilnf rauiu for .iny school at
U tnlmirn ut nil
I'upllii do I'vactly an limy plcaRD,
ulKltiK Into thu i I:ihh room ami leuv
iiik it u hlli- a li'Hion Ih in proKri'sx.
Thin Ih pnrtlculitrly trim uh rcKnnU
liinrh tlmi'. for the Ami to ri'iich the
iltnliu: room Ih tlm flrnt to h icrvotl,
itinl hi) iiHtinlly Ri'tK the ht-Ht No
ptitiulimrnt of miy klml Ih Inlllcti'd
on thu pupil, iih narli pupil Ih IiIh own
tnvtitor iih to rljshi mnl wtoiik
No hmni' work Ik et. tlm pupil do
Iiik all hln hcIiooI work ilurlnR tho
hourii net iipnrt for ouch HPHslon At
ti'inlmu'f) Ih not compulsory or nvon
ri'nlatt'il hy ruin, rnch ono nttonilltiR
cIiihhoh or HtiiylnK uwny, uh ho hods fit.
No iniirkn fnr kooiI work art' allowed,
unit coni'iucntly noim for thu hIuk
Kiiril who ninkcH no utlviiipt nt hcIio-
' Instlr nttnlnmont.
The Hanm chnotlr conilltlonH were
oltiorvod hy tho KiiKllnhmen In the
unlvor.iltlcH mid ollmr sonts nf hlRlicr
ictluciitlon Any hoy of 10 may enter j
'without iutillucnt!on. Kvcn tlioURh
ln may ho nnnhle to reud, and all hoi
Hlmvlkl children havo not yet attained
that dignity, he still may hecomo an
1 undur-Kraduate, entitled to nil tho
' food and othor advantaRCs enjoyed by
tnoro ndvunced persons In search of
such educntlon as thu demoralized
system linn to offer.
UAH IIAItDH Alll.i; TO WoltIC
lll'I'OIII. III. m:oN I U(IN(;
"U'hi'ii I Hliirti'il tikliiK Tnn I at- I
wan ho weak I lottlil lintdly do all)
tliliiK ut all, mnl it Iiiih not onl
iiimte a intiii of mi', hut I have culn
oil twcnty-foui poiinilH lii'Blili'H,"
Milt! Climli'H K. Hltuffi'i, an omployee
of tho circuit Hmltli-rorti;r Sltlj.
lii'lldliiK Company. IIvIiir at 60S V.
(IniiloHton Ktreot, 1'oitland, Ore. tlie
' A litlli) over a year iiko," he
loiitlnned, "I siifferi'd from a hud
ciihij of la Krlpiio that pulled mo down
till l was hardly fit for a thin; I
i"t my appetite mid what little I
tirwiiiMMl to forte down sou red on ,
ni stomurli and felt iih hard as n
luinp of lead In me, and I wim mlHer.
aide iiIkIU and day Tlicn sever. I
veeks bko I liad an awful attack cf
Ir.itH'lltlH that had mu so had I could
n t mv allow n hit of nourishment for
tun days, ond It came near puttlni;
me nut of huslness. I felt tired and
wotnotit all the time and lost overv
dpnik of enerR)' I ever had Whe.i
I would roll and lost
I nevei cot (i cood
nliMit sleep, in fati. I I'ovon't hon
nlilt 10 sleep innoli in ilio last threo
oi f'Mir )enrs, and I alwn) cot up
In tlm moriiliiK-i f""-lltrK Just as had
it v hen I went to bed I lost consld
i r.ihle In ut-iKht nnj iroi so weak
and rundown tliit al lai I Just had
ti. null wirklnK Hlt'isothoi'
"I rend so mmli nlinui the kooi
T'nilnr wns ilolnfi olt'or-i thit I d
i Idi-d to trv i bottle I began to p! I;
up rlht smartly fijnn the vory fl.Jt.
mid In u little wlilln I hud my appe
tite but'k and wai eatlnir '-nd enjoy
ing n tnoals. and overyi'i'r i on
,ij(; with ir.o I ret m ' oner) ni
I. '. r in throe bourn nfl'"- out I . -i
I i in U'"nktiirt. and inv food Is
'. il'" v, me up something nt i. !e.
ful. I sloop nice a log all night and
llalni from your druggist now. Ap
ply n little of this fragrant, antlseptl
henlliiB cream In your noitrlla
ponetratos thru every air passage of
i lie head, soothes tho Inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed
up witb a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv
.Mr Jninoi) Heck of New York Buys
that 100, ono, 000 stand Aghast ut the
thought of a I.oaguo of Nations. Kvl
dently Mr Heck counted them whllo
be wnt Rtunding beforo a multiplying
mirror - rhlciiro Dally News.
: ' HeraldChssified Ad?s.
,ui 'f V00d112R
77 N 9th street ' 8' ",Ui,cJh.e.n
for sale 1 tn,V7rr. r-
Addition to Klamath Fall,. S(1
' - offer; will Li
lots In the Spo'nn,t
.llnmond. or wlilsell rt,.p ?0V"ihw
must be sold. A. J. i2!CR.Ior.SJ.J
1st St . San !,... ..,.""' ' .
The City Knglnenr, pursuant to
resolution of the Common Council
heretofore adopted, having, under
date of February 3d. 1919. filed
get up In the mornings fooling Just plans, specifications and estimates of
fine mid daiidv. I am fast gettinirthe cost of improving Crescent ave-
hark my old tlino energy, and Imvinuo from V S. Irrigation canal to
"-". 1.n-P. Addreas Hnr sue
11 II Wyatt, owner IM it. ?'
street. Eugene. oZn ,M,R?ta
nlmnily got a number of my friends
started on Tanlac and oxpott t"
keep on boosting It."
Tanl.ic Is sold In Klamath KaIN bj
the Star Drug Co., and In Lorelir hj
tho James Merc. Co. Adv.
y Sc)-s Cream Applied in Nostril
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
Opcns Ail I'dMages Jlight Ljj.
Knrt Tti.ini" ii.. .
u'... ."" "" lw" years.
street; Hast street to intersection of " ,,? TUne 102() Case tractor
Crescent avenue at U. S. Irrigation! ,tn a 'hrce 14-gang plow, all In
canal, and Intersections, and thol00" conulon; been U3ed atout 90
Council having taken same under ad-jnaJ's; lye outfit for S650 rash In.
visoment and find said plans, speclfl- 1u,rre .' Wm Barks, Merrill, Ore.
cntlons and estimates satisfactery: I J
He it hereby resolved, that satdipnn aTTp Z
plans, specifications and estimates for, , SAI' Practically new Sonora
tho improvement of the above mon-l . "" 'Mordi, chiffonier, wrlllnr
itloned streets and Intersections, be. IU"K Blan"- rockers, d. chairs, rns,
, and the same are hereby approved.', ec'rlc co stove, heater, dishes.
And be It further resolved that the!l,"0" tc ilSMainst, 20-tf
Common Council hereby declares lts'n"
'ntontlons to Improve said streets, or " '& jn wamaih County. 160
iui l, OIOCK 37 nnrt IK In
X' portions thereof, and intersections in. , , l
! accordance with said plans, speclflca-; l':,.'a J "o'de
:-'tlons and estimates. Said Improve- a,lre'' . A
en s na-ue; make offer.
t HUH..... A...
Irii'Kiiiway. Paducaii. Kr ' K.7t
Sen Chiirk-s S. tlood. Klnmnth
Agency, for Indian griv.'.!tii; lnnds uod
ME ITS TO
FLUSH KIDNEYS I
In n heavy, black till, almost as
thick iih moluxsi-t. It vuih used
primarily iih ii fuel In Mcam en
gliien and large hentlng plant.s.
It makes n -ry lint lire mill
IruVPN ery Utile nxh, and Is
more econoinlcnl ulien properly
used tluiii mi) other fuel except
In Imlnteil rnsi-s. It Is not
ntlnpttsil to family uses, iih it re
quires speeliil tiiiilpinent In or
tler to burn It.
The rancher mid stock raiser
tins found iniiiiy uses for fuel
oil in recent years. With fuel
nil lie brands Ills sheep, he
gronses hli swine for llro and
mange, lie oils his caterpillar
track nutl logging skids; he
paints his barn, sheds, chicken
house mnl all the rough board
oiit-houxes, for fuel oil will pre
serve xtootl ns well as tho best
of paint ut less than one-tenth
Kwy barrel of fuel oil n
rancher buys Ik worth 930 to
him, but It costs him only slv
nntl n half.
Mr. Huneher, "never bt with
out fuel oil; It's us handy as
' l ,!. i ..Vm,
monts to consist of bringing said
-no ualtlng Your street to establish grade, the Instal-.
cogged no-tr.1. open right up; the "- " -. P"'
air passages of jour head clear and .... nn.i mtorsoctlnna with liithu. WANTED- lleln tn, i,,.,....!.
you can bruatho freely. No more lltlilc. oil macadam or other hard sur- A A Soule ' 21-St '
bauking, suuffllug, blowing, head- face pavement, at the estimated cost! -- -- , ,
No strugsllng for ' i.-- tor 011 macauam ana 1 w 1 r.u r.xperlenced girl for
cstlmateu cost 01 siu.iuu.uu tor 01-i nuusetvorK. rnone 43 tj.t
; tufitlitc or concrete; ana De it iunner(-
achc, dryn.-'ss. No struggling
breath at night: your cold or catarrh
(Jet a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Hy using; Wostinxhnuse Mazda
Ijiinps iii ALL jour sockets.
We make ti -peel. ill j of Ilttlug
jou out with the proper type,
NI70 nml vollngc that will fie
Jim the most light for the le.ist
money , nml we will make free
delivery on lamp purchases
amounting to $I.T." or oter.
We j;Ie a Kogers SIherwarc
ticket with each .-cent pur
chase. Link River
7th and Main St.
IT LKSS MK.lT IP YOU KKKIj
ItACKACHY Oil HAVK ULADDKU
B K MZW'Sk "m i v X . UT. 1
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Ii. Linslnn nml tlm sped nl I'tsleral lu iiiusl he nildeil.
I THE GOLD STANDARD OF VALUES"
Meat forms uric acid which excites
mid overwork thu kldnoyH In their
offorts 10 filter It from tho systom.
lleguliir entoiH of meat must flush
tlie kldtiojH occasionally. You must
relieve tliuni llku you roliovo your
bowels; lomovlng till tho acids, waste
mid poison, else ycu feel 11 dull mis
ery In tho kidney region, sharp
puln.s In I ho hack or sick headache,
dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue
Is coaled nml- when the weather Is
hud you have rheumatic twinges.
Thu urine Is cloudy, full of sediment:
thu rhtiumils often got Irritated, ob
liging you to gut up two or three
Union during the night.
To neutralise theso Irritating acids
flush off tho body's urinous
taiwnHlo gel utioui tour uuiicua ui ju
as Halls from any pharmacy; take a
mm tublusponful In u glass of water bo
g foiu breakfast for a fuw days nnd
'your kidneys will then act fine and
g bladder disunion disappear. This
U fnmnus nlts Is made from the acid
I of grapes and lemon. Jtilco, combined
with lllhla, and has heon used for
Ki'iinrullous to clean nnd' stimulate
blugglsh kldnoyH and stop bladder
Irritation. Jud Salts is Inoxponslve;
lumnloHH and mnkes a delightful of-
ri'iBosiotit lltlliu-wutor drink which
mllllniiH of mnn nnd women take now
uud then, thus avoiding serious kld-
uoy and hladdor diseases. Adv.
KLAMATH PUKIi CO.
New City Laundry
M'K or.lHAXTKK Ol'K WOHII
Shirts mid Collars Laundered
IVe also wash silk, wool nnd col
oretl goods very carefully. Try us
onco and be convinced. Our prices
are rl.ht. I'lione l."l. !
'" --"' '"" . -.- inn arum
FOR KENT Furnished apartment at
the Oregon House, Klamath, nesr
Sixth street. tf
FOR RENT one large doable room,
one single room; steam heat, hot
and cold water. JUremont, 224 4th
m - ,-msj.imv ,.,v ,WWM
TEAMS WANTED To skid logs by
contract; work to start about
April 1st. Lamm Lumber Co. 21-lt
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A week ago, on Altimont
road, a brown far cape. Finder
leave at Magulre Co; reward. 23-lt
LOST Watch charm, black arrow
head, set in gold band. Return to
Herald effice: reward. 21-3t
127 Fourth Street
Hack, of First National Hank
Cement Work of all Kinds
Let Me Make You an
W. D. MILLER
resolved by the Common Council, that WANTED- -Experienced woman for
the property hereinafter described be1 general housework; goo J wages
and hereby Is declared benefited by t Phone 261. j.;
tho said proposed Improvement, '"-
Lot? 1. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of block
11; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 and 7 of
block 13; lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
and 8. of block 14; lots 1. 2. 3, 4
5. 0. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11, 12, 13, 14. 15
IS and 17 of block 12; all of the
foregoing being In Hot Springs Ad
dition to the City of Klamath Falls
Also lots 1, 2, 3, 7, S and 9'of block
&S. and lot 2 or diock t. an in
NMchols Addition to the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon;
and that said property above describ
ed be and hereby Is declared to be the
' property to be assessed for the ex
pense of said improvement. And be
I it further resolved that Monday, the
7th day of April. 1919, at the hour of
, S o'clock p. m., at the Council cham
' bors in the city hall, be fixed as the
time and place for the. hearing of ob
' Jectlons and re-monstrances against
'the said proposed Improvement; and
I tho Police Judge is hereby directed to
cause notice of said hearing to be
' published as by Charter provided.
Stato of Oregon,
County of Klamath, ss:
Citv of Klamath Falls.
I, A. L. Leavltt, Police Judge of the
city of Klamath Falls, Oregon, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a
duly enrolled copy ofthe 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
llt. gt It'lnmnth Cilia nni) nnnnlni
plans, specifications and estimates of the Property to be assessed for the
coat thereof as submitted by the City I ?XDense, of saId, '"Jl,?!,!!!
11 luriuer rcauivcu. mm .uj
7th day of April, 1919, at the hour of
8 o'clock p. m., at the Council cham
bers in the city hall of the City of
1 ... .. .. a v. a.! ..
RESOLUTION i "'amain tans, uregou. ue uu .
. .,. r. . . ine lime ana niace lur wic uewms w
The City Engineer, pursuant te .res-. objections and remonstrances against
olutlon of the Common Council 1 here-; h ,a proposed improvement; and
tofore adopted, having, on the odt.h e p0licejudge be. and hereby Is dl
day of February 1919. filed plan, r.nd l B mm, noMce of said hearing
sprc'flcatlons and estimates of cost of ; published by charter pro-
improving Pine street, from Third . Vr . rr
street westerly to Payne alley. In- St? ' . Oregon,
.lud'ng Intersections, and Payne nHeyi- ,v of Klamath. ss:
frotn Pine street in a southerly dlrec - 0"f KIamath Falls,
tlon to Main street, including Inter- , , pnti-. .Tiutee of the
...In.. 1 .1.- sn..nMil t ., ,. .s., - - -
ULllUIlS, Ullll nit: vUUUVU llUlll(i i-iiiv
on tho same under advlsomen'., and
finding said plans, specifications -iul
It is hereby resolved that said. . ., ,.1 .,.. r ii,,,i, mis. rteelarlne
plans specifications and estimates s ln,entori l0 improve Pine street
for the mi.roven.cnt of Pine street fro -,,,, street ,0 Payne alIey, and
from Third street westerly- to Payne p aey from Plne street t0 Mata
nil..! nml Unmn iual' fi-rt,i Dlnai - . ... ,
....... l ..w, . ,w... ...,,. ri .innrnvine tne mans, sueci-
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ficjtlons and estimates ot tne con
RKCKARD REM SERVICB
Night Phone 34A
A. L. LEAVITT. Police Judge.
City of Klamath Falls. Oregon, ao
horebv certify that the foregoing is
a duly enrolled, copy of the resolution
adopted by the Common council on
street southerly to Main street, be,
nnd the same are hereby approved.
And be it further resolved, that
tho Common Council horoby declares
I its intention to Improve said portions
of rino Mreet and Payne alley In ac
cordance with said plans, specifica
tions nnd estimates, said Improve-
su bunt ted by the City Eaglneer.
A L. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
"rjfegsjiw in fl-nri7vtPY Affl-yfa
Risesrfw Our QuarcT.ico
I jr?iTf I your $rocr ''l vckmi
Bii M.J.D. CciTco il'it doss
Iw7YTVHb not please your t-cL?, no
HI Bri J ynlM! matter how rnzch you
. MHMll ' ave usec cut cf t"' csm'
JlflMinfil Buy t7'2 5 lh' Can
nnd Save Money
mH--r HII w tew
tr RSI yw ftjs
Hr mum ma &
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
ninnt In cnnalut nf nnvlnp uiilrl nnrtlnn derslcned has been UUiy appOUHeu
of said streets with oil macadam, at, administratrix of the estate of Ray
an estimated cost. Including cement mond I Tower .deceased, by tne
sidewalks, curbing and grading, ot County Court of the State of Oregon,
119,176.98; or cetnent pavemont. at for Klamath County, and all persons
an estimated cost, Including cement ' having claims against said estate are
sidewalks, curbing nnd grading, of required to present same to '
$2:1,500.00; or crushed rock, at unlmlnUtratrlx at the law offices or K. t.
estimated cost of $18,000.00; or bi- Groesbeck. Klamath Falls. OrJSn:
tullthlc pavement nt an estimated , within six months from the date 01
cost, ' including sidewalks, curbing this notice,
and grading, of $23,500.00; said 1m- Dated March 3. 1919. ,
provement In either event to Include, CHARLOTTE I. TOWtR.
grading, rolling and curbing. Administratrix of the Estate or way-
Ami bo it furthor resolved by tho mond I. Tower, Deceased. H
Common Council that the property, 3 10 17 24 31
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j Is declared benefited by Bald proposed
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of block G;
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 ot block C; lots 1,1
2. 3 and 4 of block 4; lots 1 and 2!
ot block 3; lots 1. 2 and 3 of block
2; lots 1 and 2 of block 1; lots 1.
j, ;s, s unit y or block 2a; lots 3,
4, B, 0 and 7 of block 24; lots 3
and 4 of block 23; lot 3 ot block
2; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 ot block 21;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been du 1 Pf("'
C.o,m of VtoBSto o'Orn. for
Klumuth County, ana "."""" ""
Ins claims against said estate, are
i.th ,iirtPd to present same 10
'said udmtnistratri t IJJ Z?,
north 120 feet ot vacant portion of, of R, C Oroesbecic, run" b
Centor Btroot; lots C, 6, 7 and 8 of Oregon, within six months rrom
block 20, lots C, 6, 7 and 8 of block dote of this notice.
IL Hutchens, Deceased.
3 10 17 24,31
19; nil ot said lots and blocks be
ing In tho original town ot Klam
and that said property above describ
ed be, and hereby is declared to bo