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Nutlii'or I'liuil Account tlon of said estate, nnd that Satur- in thin complaint, to-wlt For a do-
In Mm founly Court of the Btnte of day, the 3d day of .May, 1918, at 2 crec dissolving tho bonds of inatrl-
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lli'tidi, DccxiiHinl been duly appointed hy tho Judge ofjaworded thu plaintiff heieln and'that
Notice. Ih hereby given thut Clara told Court, for the settlement of said tho cuntody of Velinu Harriett Trott,
lli'inli niliiilnliitriiirlx of ilm estate of account, at which tm and place anyu mnor, bo uwurdid to defendant In
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(Kiiulty No. 1030)
In tho Circuit Cour(t of thn Stuto of
OrKou, for Klamath County.
AilniliilHlriitrlx of tlm llntuto of Althu Thomuii W. Trott, Plaintiff;
WII.HON H WII.KV, Attorney.
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Haulon Trott, I)-
ris'Ai, ac ocnt i''ii,i:i
In the County Court of thu .Stale of
(iri'con for Ilm County of Klum
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In Ilm Matlur of the Cxtolc. of Mor
llumr O'Connor, DeceuHed
Notliii U Imreliy kIvcii (hat J I'
McAullfle the 111I111 lulnt rotor of thr of the tlm prencrlhed In
I'Htnln of Mortimer O'Connor, elf. for tho publication of thin numnions
ci'iiweil. Iihh rendoreil and proHcnted und If you fail ho to appear or annwer
To Onnlo Mcljiren llanlou Trott, I)o-
In tho namn of the Statu of Oregon,
you uro herctiy required to appear
and iitinwer tho complaint lllod
iiKalnnt you In tho above entitled
null on or before tho 15th day of
April, 1919, that
Hald onl'T dlri'tti thut UiIh siiinmonn
bo publlKhi'd In thn li'tiln: lleruld.
a dally nowHpdiier printed publlHhed
and of Konerul circulation in Kl.umitli
County, Ori-Kon. onc a v,i-ok for six
wuekR, the date of (lrnt publication
bulliK Murcli 4. l!ll
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Attorney for Plaintiff
AddrcMX Klumath Falln. OrcRon
4 11 is-nr, 1 8 If,
The City KliKlnuiT. pursiiunl to
resolution of tho Common '"oiinc.l
heretofore adopted, hinitiK, i.n the
1 f, til duy of Murch. 191!i filed plups,
NpcclflcadouH and cHtfmatet of the
belne the laHt day cost of Improving Pine street from
The Gasoline Problem
of Supply and Demand
Tio second of a series of three statements
The war directed attention to the need of petroleum conservation. Speaking on
this subject, Mark L. Kcqua, General Diiector, Oil Division, United States Fuel
Administration, recently said:
"The disproportion between the supply of and demand for gasoline is enormous
anJ constitutes a critical problem.
"Projected at the percentage of increase, 1904-1914, we should require in 1927
sri tilling like 700,000,000 barrels of petroleum. In 1918 our total production was
etily :S0,000.0QP barrels."
To meet thts, situation both the petroleum and au
tomob.W induatrlea have for nevcral yean been male
l.i(. very effort. The problem hai been approached
iiu.i. every angle:
(i) The oil produceri are constantly prospecting
(or new Heidi. They have tunic many wc'.b
and arc doing everythlnc poiiible to increase
(b) The oil refiners, with tlie help ot their rhemi.
cal engineers, are ever dcvisinc new and im
proved proceatei of relming by which they
iquectc every posaiblc drop of uasolinc out 01
each barrel of ietroleum.
' (c) The automotive engineers have aided muih
in gasoline conservation by their constant
Improvement of automobile engine.; nod
nt!ioda of carburUatlon. Their efTortx -into
secure the operation of automobiles on
(rades of gasoline that permit the maxnivim
production of thin motor iu:l frun cacl. b.r
rel of crude oil and w,,u,i, j. the jjuij tune.
will give the greatest powr- a.ul mle e
from each unit ol tijuolme convtned.
All these methods are succeeding to i i:uiVcd de
grte, and yet ganoline cniimptioii u increasing
much faster than pruduit'kn.
Pacing these bald lucts Uit mnimtt, it became
evident to FreatJent Wilwrt and ih. l.'ntcd !ute
Fuel Administration that theii was ,i..u..y jsi;ievt
need for gasoline cotiservatior t lor nod comcrv.
In coniequer.re the United St.iteu Kut! Adu.iitlf:
tratlon remicated U'astein btatei. to dibconlinuc en
tlrely all neu-cHsentlal ne p! vnssenuer .mtomobilcs
and for a time this request was so extended that
only autotnablles in Government, emercency or w.ir
ervlce were in use on Sunday These limitations
were not extended lo the Western states, because at
the time there was enough gasoline being reduced
In California for I'aJfic Coast needs and its distri
bution did not require the use of transcontinental
transportation facilities needed (or war.
It was part of this same campaign to conserve
gasoline thut led I'retldfni Wilson to appoint n Gov
ernment committee to determine and aJopt standard
specifications for gasoline and other petroleum prod
ucts. This committee consisted of the United States
Cue! Administration and representatives of the War
and Navy Departments, the United Sutea Shipping
liusrd.'he Director General of Railroads, the Bureau
ol Mines and the Bureau of Standards.
The committee was aulsted and advised by tech
nical experts horn each of these departments and
After extended discussions, exhaustive tests and
expei iinentatlun, this Government committee adop
ted standard specifications for gasoline, not only for
.ivution pu. poses, but also for general motor use on
l.nd and sefc.
These Ji.ited States Government specifications
were dra -n up with a view to providing a grade of
gasoline that would meet every practical require
ment and yet allow maximum production. They deal
with the problem on the basis of the best utilisation,
of our petroleum resources, and the maintenance of
re sonablc prices to the consumer.
Drafted as th:y were by impartial Government ex
perts, these U.iited States Government gasoline
specifications are today being generally considered
as the most practical standard for gasoline. They
iniurc an efficient and satisfactory gasoline and at
the same time have due regard for the necessity ol
,ict oleum cooiervauun.
ll.- avoluii. being furnished today is more pow
,v' suites greater mileage than the gasoline of
te.i rjrv int. Its use is made possible by the Im
pi ...-ien's in automobile engines and methods of
c.-i i-ur t. lion. To eo back to the gasoline of ten
cj.j .i.o would be to accept a more highly volatile
but Vn. powerful gasoline giving less mileage. It
vo.ilti n'.so icsult in decreasing the production auJ
iiure.i. ii the coit of gasoline.
AH Kcd Crown ijasoline now being supplied in tbs
l'acifio Coast states is refined to conform with tha
United States Government Rtarfdard specifications.
V, has the full, unifoim chain of boiling h0'"'- "fC"
eiMiy foi full-poweied, dependable gaseline: Low
boiliiiK points for easy starting, medium boiling
points for quick, smooth accrlrrtion, and high boll
ma points lor power and mileage.
STANDARD Oil. COMPANY
tne oruer Tiiinl Htreet cantrly to Klghth iiroot,
hourth utrcet from Main utreet north
erly to I'lno street; Fifth utrct from
Main utreet northerly to 1'lne itn-ei .
Sixth Htreet from .Main street north-
ifrly to IMne street, and Seventh Htreet
from Main Htreet northerly to IMne
street. Including IntcrHfctioiiH, and
i the council tiavliiK luken name under
',advlHement, and MndlriK Hald plans,
HpeclllcatloiiK nnd cstiiiKitoH satlHfuc
1 He it Hereby Hesohrd. That said
plans. peciflcutlons and estimates for
the Improvement of said portions of
Pine street and said portions of
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and
PE1TON for Wood 11 2H
FOR 3ALK Fire room cottago, mod
ern Improvements for nalo by own
er; cloun In, furniture If desired, In
cluding pluno Ilniiulrr Frank M.
Upp, 511 .Main st 31-tf
FOR AAI.K Chevrolet 4-50 model;
thoroughly overhnuled nnd re
painted; as good as new; $500. In
quire 727 .Main st 31 2t
for sale Vln
FOR SALB- -Alfalfa hny. at ranch
near Merrill. See C A. HuntliiB or
phone 236.M, Klamath FalU. 29-5t
'FOR HALE 150 head of
' tie. II. N. Whltellno
FOR SALI-; 1.600 nnd 1,300 pound
horses, anil harness. Knqulro cor.
Crescent ave nnd .Munzanltn st. 29-3
FOR 8ALK Saddles
W 'v KLAMATH TALLS OtfEGOM T!t5? 1
FOR SALE General merchandise
business, located on Irrigated ranch
on highway Addrcsi Owner, caro of
Evening Herald. 25-tf
FOR SALE 14 lots In tlso Second
Addition to Klamath Fall3; make
me an offer; will take automobile or
diamond, or will sell cheap for cash;
must be sold A J Hocking, 279 N.
1st St.. San Jose, Calif 22-tf
and grading, of $18,696.87; or ce
ment Davement. at an estimated cost.
Seventh Including cement sidewalks, curbing
streets be, and the same are hereby
i And be a Further Resolved. That
the Common Council hereby declares
Its Intention to improve said portions
'Of Pine, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Sev
enth streets In accordance with the
said plans, specifications and est!-
mates, said Improvements to consist
of paving said portions of said streets
with bltliullthic pavement at an esti
mated cost, Including cement side-1
walks, curbing and grading, of J 43.-
1 393.00; oil macadam pavement at an
estimated cost, including cement side
walks, curbing and grading of $29,
973.00; or concrete pavement, with''
curbing and grading at an estimated
cost of 440,819.00, said Improvement
In either event to Include grading,
rolling and curbing; said pavement to
be 40 feet wide with sidewalk 6 feet
wide on Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Sev
enth streets and 4 feet wide on Pine
street, and parking strip leveled
throughout the entire distance of said
Improvement, except at Intersections
i where said pavement Is to be 60 feet
I And be it Further Resolved by tho
Common Council, That the property
hereinafter described be, and hereby
Is declared to be benefited, to-wlt:
Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. block 7; lots 1,
i 2. 3. 4, block S; lots 1, 2. 3, 4.
block 9; lots 1. 2, 3, 4, block 10;
i lots 1, 2, 3, , block 11; lots 3, 4,
I 5, 6, 7 and s, tilocK 14; lots I, z, 6.
4, 5, 6, 7 and S, block 15; lots 1, 2,
I 3, 4, 6, 6, 7 and S. block 16; lots
1. 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7 and 8, block 17;
I lots 1, 2. 5, 6, 7 and S, block IS,
and cratllne. of S25.000.0C. Said lm
prorement to include grading, rolling
And be it further resolved, by the
Common Council, that tho property
hereinafter described be and hereby
Is declared benefited by said Improve
ment, to-wlt: I
Lots 1 and 8 of block 13 ot Orig
inal Town, and unnumbered block
known as the Central School
grounds .adjacent to Tenth street
and between said block 13 and'
Tenth street. In Nichols Addition;
lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 of block 48; lots
3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 or block 46; lots
1, 2. 3. 4 and 5 of block 47; lots 1,
2, 3, 4, 5.-and 6 of block 45; lots
1, 2, 3. 4, 7 and 8 ot block 44; lots
3, 4, 5 and 6 of block 50; the east
26 feet of vacated portion ot Wash
ington street, formerly known as
Canal street, between Ninth and'
Tenth streets; lots 1. 2, 7 and 8 of
block 51; lots 3, 4, 5 and 6-of I
block 57, and lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 of
block 56; the easterly 26 feet of
the reserved portion of Jefferson
street abutting on the north side of.
lot 7. block 51, all In Nichols Add!-)
tlon to the town of Klamath Falls,
and that said property above de
sribed Is nereby declared to be the
property to be assessed for the ex
pense ot said improvement; J
And be It further resolved, that
Monday, the 21st day of April, 1919.
at the hour ot 8 o'clock p. m., at the
council chambers of the city hall, to
be fixed as the time and place for
the hearing of objections and remon
strances against the said proposed
FOR RENT Nice clean furnished
rooms; also home cooking, by day
or meal; formerly old. Slater house,
now under new management. 1021
Main street. 28-5t
FOR RENT Nice clean furnished
rooms and apartments. 102 Main
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Call 294J. 25-tf
WANTED Early Rose seed potatoes.
Address W. A. Koenlg. R. F. D.
No. 1. 31-2t
Get a 10 cent package of Dr.
James Headache Powders
and don't suffer.
nil In the original Town of Link- Imprevement: and tho Police Judge
vllle, now City of Klamath Falls, 0e and hereby is directed to cause no-
r Oregon; tlce of said hearing to be published,'
And that said property above descrlb- ns by Charter provided. At
ed bo, and hereby Is declared to be state of Oregon. ,
assessed for the expense of said lm- city of Klamath Falls, ss:
prevement: County of Klamath.
I And be It Further Resolved, That i. a. L. Leavltt, Police Judge ot
Monday, the 21st day of April. 1919. the City of Klamath Falls. Oregon,
at the hour of S o'clock p. m., at tho do hereby certify that the foregoing At
'council chnmbers in the city hall at is a duly enrolled copy ot a resolu-i
Klamath Falls, Oregon, be fixed as Hon adopted by the Common Council,
the time and place for the hearing of on tho 17th day of March, 1919, de
objectlons and remonstrances against daring its intention to improve'
the suld proposed improvement; and Tenth street from Main street to Lln-
thc Police Judge bo, und hereby is ill- coin street, and approving the plans,
! rectcd to cause notice of said hearing specifications and estimates ot the
I to be published as by Charter pro- cost submitted by the City Engineer. I
I viiled i A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judge. I
iSifto of Oregon. 31-I0t
County of Klamath. ss '
Cit o' Klamath Falls. i RESOLUTION .
I, A. L. Leuvitt, Police Judge of the whereas. The Common Council
City of Kiamatn J-nws .urcgon. io deems it expedient to change tho
When your head aches you niniply
must have relief or you will ;;o wild.
It's needless to sutler .when ou can
take a remedy like Dr. Jumps' Head
ache Powders and relieve th pain and
neuralgia at once. Send someone to
th -'rug store now for a dime package
o )r. James' Ilcadacli. Powders.
Don t suffer n a few mumcntH you
will feel Cm. headache gone no iior'
neuralgia paii. -
hereby certify that the foregoing Is n Krnde on certaln portions of Wash
duly enrolled copy of a resolution iington street;
adopted by the Common Council on i Bo lt Re80iVed. That tho grade on
tho 17th day or Jlnrcn, tit. ueciar- Washington street be changed as fol- City of Klamath Falls
south side, to 265.0 on north side
and 263.5 on south side.
170 feet east from east lino of
First street, on Washington street,
from 239.0 on north side and
239.0 on south side, to 23S.0 on.
north sldo and 23S.0 on south
intersection of Washington and
Second streets: West side Wash
ington street, from 231.0 on north
side and 231.0 on south side, to
231.8 on north side and 230.0 on
East sldo Washington street, from
229.5 on north side and 229.5 oil
south side, to 231.0 on north side
and 230.0 on south side.
145" feet east of east line of Sec
ond street on Washington street,
from 230.0 on north side and
230.0 on south sido, to 232.0 on
north sldo and 232.0 on south
Stato ot. Oregon,
county or Klamath, ss:
ing Its intention to improve Pine tows
Btreet from Third street to cigiuu .t intersection of Washington and
street; Fourth street from Main street Flrst streets, said grade is hereby
northerly to Pine street; Fifth street cmlnKed:
, from Main street noniieny io i "
street; stxtn street iroui maiii hiw
northerly to Pine street., and Soventli
street from Main street northerly to
Pine streot, nnd approving the plans,
specifications and estimates of cost
submitted by tho City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT, Polleo Judge.
I. A. L. Leavltt. Police Judge of
said city, do hereby certify that tho
foregoing is a duly enrolled copy ot
the resolution changing grade on cer-
West side Washington street, from tain portions of Washington street,,
7U.u on norm stae ana ziv.v on as aoove set rortn. ns passed by the
south side to 270.0 on north side Common Council of tho City of Klam-
and 26S.0 on south side. ath Falls, Oregon, on March 17th,
East side Washington street, from 1919. A. L. LEAVITT.
265.0 on north side and 265.0 on' l-10t Police Judge,
The City Engineer, pursuant to res
olution of tho Common Council here
tofore adopted, having, on February
3, 1919, filed plans, specifications and
estimates of the cost of Improving
Tenth street from Main street north
erly to Lincoln streot, nnd High street
from Ninth utreet easterly to Elev
enth street. Including intersections,
and tho council having taken tho
same under advisement, und finding
until nlans. sneclllcntluns and esti
mates satisfactory I
Ho it hereby lesolved, thut said
plans, specifications, nnd estimates for
the Improvement ot Tenth streot from
Main streot northerly to Lincoln
street, und High street trom Ninth
street easterly to Eleventh stteot, in
cluding intersections, bo, und tho
same Is hereby approved.
And bo It further resolved, that the
Common Council hereby declares Iti
Intention to Improve said portions ot
Tenth street und High street In ac
cordance with hulil plans, specifica
tions nnd estimates .said Improve
ments to consist of paving until por
tion of said streets with oil macadam i
pavement, ut an estimated cost, lu-
ClUUIIlg I'UIUUUI tuuuttuina, tuiMiui)
enough to know
better, says tloga
'Figure jhe real
you get out of a
small chew of genu
ine tobacco and the
way it lasts and
good old Gravely
has got your or
dinary plug backed
oft' the map."
Good taste, imaller chew,
looter life iiwhat muLcsGcn
uine Gravely coit less to chew
tnan ordinary piu.
fur fooiltt qu cheuiui plug.
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Ptuc packed in poach