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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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j whlMi will lin Klvn nt Henley, Hat
ui ilny i'VciiIhk April r.tli, ptomlies to
jf a rrcat miL-remi. No adinlialon will,
lie (LiiTkcJ for the jiiograrn which!
v III lotiNlnt of reailliiKH, local nolo)'
mi J limtiumi'iilal niimliciH l.adlerf'
I Iimbi. Iirliii; iiattkvl and men ionic
pii'liri-il to hlil A ;oi! time anaiirud.
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Ev&ydwp the same
l.'e.j Croirn Kiollne Is depend
able It Ii hii:h quality every
diop .-U every drop the tonic.
"Ht' Ciwit" In utralfiht -din-title
1, . i clincry Kitoliiic with
the ('..'! Sim' continuous cluia ol
boillnc kiiiih necettary for ca-,y
itJfi-.u ipiitW and unooth acccl
trjli in Bit lily, depend jIiIc power
''! 1. nt; mileage. Look for the
Kcd Cr wit sign before you till.
UtmFWti T'ATtlr'ViX iTAIIDAMI) 01 1. COMPANY
1 "J( .JV-J..L .5.
It Ih oIivIoiih that tin. I'rCKldi-nt
a'pproai'lii.H tin- I,i.ii;iim of Nutloim
with an oycii uiliid Ko open than
ui" iidvi-rm. irltlclNin that may Mli-al
in Ih ivllowt'il to find ItH way out with-
i mil ili'hi) lloHtim TraiiKrript
Fffl FOLKS HIE
GRAY HI NOW
m:t (iiiisr ss iDii:s auk
j t Mii m:eii'i: m- s.tii: ti.a
' AMI Stl.l'lll it j
I lair that I.ihi-h It k inlor ami lutre,
I or nliKii It fuili', tiiriiK Kray, dull and
j Illi'li-Si, Is rnufted hy a lack of ul
' phur In Hid hnlr. Our crandmnt hers
I ninili- up a mtxturi) of Hagc Tea and
i Sulphur to Kicp her IocIck dark and
tiuuutlful, and thouiauilK of women
I ii lid ini'ii who nliiu that oven color, r
! that lien it 1 1 fill dark nliade of hair
' ulilili In no attrnitho, tmu only tills
Nownd.i)H wo Kot thin famouA mix-;
j tore, liuproed hy the addition of otli-j
cr liiKrudlnnU by nsklni: at nny drug
' itor.. for a r.0-conl bottle of "Vyctb'
1 Hiikb and Sulphur Compound," which I
1 dnrlu-iiH the hair to naturally, so'
0i-iily, that nobody can poavlbly tell'
It ha,, lii-en applied. You Just damp-
fit a HpoiiKi' or soft brush with It ana)
;drnw thin tbroiii'.h jour hair, tnklngj
j one miinll traml at a time Hy inorn-j
j Inn the Kray bulr disappears; but
what delli;hls the Indies with WyothVj
I Suko and Kiilphur Compound is that, I
R. A., WINZLER, Special Agent, Klamath Falls, Oregon
I bogldes beautifully darkening the
hair after a few appllcatloiig it also
! hrliiKi Imrk thu kIosi ami lustro and
1 KlM's It an appenranco of abundnnce.
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TfJttnt. handaomt pound
and half'pound tinhumi
dor - an J t hal clany,
practical pound cry ttal
flan humidor utiih
tuange moiitmir top thai
hrepi the tohacca i.l luch
PUT a pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Princo
Albert, if you'ro on the trail of smoke pence I For, P. A. will
sing you a conrj of tobacco joy that will moke you wish your
life job wan to ceo how much of the national joy smoke you
could pet away with every twenty-four hours!
You can "carry en" with Prince Albert through thick and thin.
You'll bo nftcr laying down a smoke barrage that'll make tho
boys think cf tho old" front lino in France!
P. A. novcr tires your taste becauso it has tho quality! And,
lot it slip into your think-tank that P. A. is made by our exclu
sive patented process that cuts out bito and parch assurance'
that you can hit smoke-record-high-spols seven days out of
overy week without any comeback but real cmokc joy 1
P R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C
The man who does
and then flopsmiser
doesn't measure up
to the daily needs of
this work-a-day world;
he's not dependable
Similarly, the tires you
want for your auto
mobile must be prac
tical, dependable, matter-of-fact
ihe tires that, day
after day, will keep on
piling up mileage, and
pulling down mileage
ors come scaled
in glass a bottle
in each package.
Each h rich es
from fruit juice.
water, then this
essence, and you
have a real-fruit
gelatine dessert, and at
trifling cost. You should
know this fruity dainty.
the tires with the
have one big out
a record for taking
the luxury-cost out of
If y.Hivnnt a tire that
will i.ial-o you come
back f.u- more, buy
VM S. Sixth St.
Klamath Kails, (i
10 Flavort, at Your Croctr't
2 Pacltagti for 25 Cent ,
Herald's Classified Advs.
PHONE PEYTON for Wood-llZR
FOR SALR w
Onw 8-16 Avory Tractor;
One 3-bottom iIIkc plow;
Ono 16-clIsc Kentucky drill;
One 14-Inch walking plow;
One 4-sectlon lover harrow ;
Ono 12-foot land rollor, nnd
Ono traitor for auto.
J. II. EnrlRht, 801 Jcfforaon it.,
FOR SALE White and flotnrv sew
ing machine; In fine, condition;
price $25. Inquire at Herald office.
W'v KLAfttTH rAdi dttiiONPI
w?c arcUM Hdkf -J-i
v i" w mBKKmwd
xoTirn to citniiiToits
I'le County Court of the Slate of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the K3tate of Stan
ley Pedro. Deceased.
; The undersigned having been ap
i pointed hy the County Court of the
'State of Oregon, for Klamath County,
, administrator of the estate of Stanley
i IVdro. deceased, and having quail
fled, notice Ih hereby given to the
ureditors of, nnd all persons having
' claims against said deceased, to pre--sent
them, verified as required by law,
within six months after the first pub
i llcatlon of this notice to said admin
istrator, nt lulloquin, Oregon, or
Itenner & Cbastaln, attorneys, Klam
ath Kails, Oregon.
Administrator of the Estate of Stan
ley I'edro, Deceased.
Dated March 12, 1919.
13 2d 27 3-10
The City Engineer, pursuant to
resolution of the Common Council
heretofore adopted, having, on the
15th day of March, 1919, filed plars.
specifications and estimates of the
cost of improving Pine street from
Third street easterly to Eighth street;
Fourth street from Main street north
erly to Pine street; Fifth street from
Main street northerly to Pine street;
Sixth btreet from. Main street north
ern to Pine street, and Seventh street
j from Main street northerly to Pine
street, including intersections, and
i the council having taken same under
advisement, and finding said plans,
i specifications and estimates satisfac
I He It Hereby Resolved, That said
plans, spccilications and estimates for
the improvement of said portions of
i Pine street and said portions of
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh
' streets be, nnd the same are hereby
j And be it Further Resolved, That
,the Common Council hereby declares
i Its intention to Improvo said portions
, of Pine. Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Sev
enth streets in accordance with the
I said plans, specifications nnd estl
I mates, said improvements to consist
! of paWng said portions of said streets
with hlthulithlc pavoment at an esti
mated cost, including cement side
I walks, curbing and grading, of $43,
1 39.5.00; oil macadam pavement at an
'estimated cost, including cement side
i walks, curbing and grading of $29,
973.00; or concrete pavement, with
i curbing and grading at an estimated
'cost ot $40,S19.OO, said Improvement
1 in oithor event to include grading,
rolling and curbing; said pavement to
i bo 40 feet wide with sidowalk G 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
where said pavement Is to be GO feet
And bo It Further Resolved by the
Common Council, That the property
hereinafter described be, ami horeby
is declared to bo benefited, to-wlt:
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. block 7; lots 1,
2, 3, 4. block S; lots 1, 2. 3, 4,
block 9; lots 1. 2, 3, 4, block 10;
lots 1. 2. 3. 4. block 11; lots 3, 4,
5, 6, 7 nnd S, block 14; lots 1, 2, 3.
4, r., 6, 7 and S, block 15; lots 1. 2,
3. 4, B, C, 7 and S. block 16; lots
1, 2, 3, 4, C, 6, 7 ana S. block 17:
lots 1, 2, Ii, G, 7 nnd S, block IS,
all in tho original Town of Link
vllle, now City of Khwuuth Falls,
FOR SALE: Late model Ford with'
extras. In good conditien: may bo-
seen- at White Pelican garago, or in-;
quire N. H. Rogue, K. D. bldg. 3-6t.
FOR SALE Four room plastered,
house, two big lots, bath, sink, elec-.
trie lights; .Mills Addition. Price
$1,300, half cash, balance to suit
purchaser. R. E, Smith Realty Co.,
517 Main st. 2-4t
FOR SALE 1 have two Maxwells,
. one Just overhauled and now In
Ford paint shop; see It; will sell or"
hide. Dr. A. A. Soule. l-1t
FOR SALE Five room cottage, mod
ern Improvements, for sale by own-
r;, close In; furniture If desired, In
eliding piano. Enquire Frank M.
Upp; Ell Main st. 31-tf
RYE HAY for sale,
Vln Zume. Ma-29-6t
City of Klamath Faljs ,Or'eOB, Jtf
hereby certify that' the forekbUtk Ii n
duly enrolled copy ofJ.a jfe61tion j
auopiea oy me uommoa ,vowcii .os
tho 17th day of .March, 1919 declar
ing its Intention to Improve Pine
street from .Third street to, Eighth
street; Fourth street from Main street
northerly to Pine street; Fifth street
from Main street aorth'erty tbPhle
street; Sixth street frdmjlin street
northerly to Pine street,, and Seventh
street from Main street -northerly; to
Pine street, and approving. tie pfisns.
specifications and estimate of cost
submitted Dy me uuy. Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay. at ranch
near Merrill. See ('. A, Hunting or
phone 236M, Klamath Falls. 29-St '
FOR SALE Saddles.
FOR SALE: General merchandise
business, located on Irrigated ranch
on highway. Address Owner, care of
Evening Herald. 25-tf
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
Third and Main. Phone 349 2-3t
The City Engineer, pursuant to Res
olution or me common uouncu Here
tofore adopted, having, onFetfruury
3, 1919, filed plana, speciflcaUdnkjaU
estimates of the cost, of t&tprdvinc
Tenth street from Main street'north
erly to Lincoln street, anil-High steet
iroin ainm street easterly 10 cjsv
enth street. Including Intersection.
and the council having .taken the
same under advisement, and finding
said plans, specmcauons ana esti
mates satisfactory; ,
Be it hereby resolved,' 'thtl said
plans, specifications and estimates for
the improvement of Tenth street from
Main street northerly to Lincoln
street, and High strejet from Ninth
street easterly to Eleventh street, In
cluding Intersections, be, and the
same is hereby approved. w
And be it further resolved, that the
Common Council hereby, declares Its
intontlon to improve said portions of
Tenth street and High street In ac
cordance with said plans, specifica
tions and estimates .Bald Improve
ments to" consist of paving said por
tion ot said streets with oil macadam
pavement, at an estimated cost. In
cluding cement sidewalks, curbing
and grading, ot $18,696.87; or ce
ment pavement, at an estimated cost.
including cement sidewalks, curbing'
provement to include grading, rolling
and curbing. ..- ,j
And be It further resolved, by the
Common Council, that the property
hereinafter described be and hereby
Is declared benefited by said improve
Lots 1 and 8 ot 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 Additien:
lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 ot block 48; lots
3, 4, S, 6, 7 and 8 ot block 46; lots
1. 2, 3, 4 and 5 of block 47: lots 1.
2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 ot block 4.5; lots
l, 2, 3, 4, 7 nnd 8 of block 44; lots
3, 4, 5 and 6 of block SO; the east
26 feet ot vacated portion ot Wash
ington street, formerly known as
Canal street, between Ninth and
Tenth streets; lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 ot
block 51; lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 ot
block 57, and lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 ot
block 56; the easterly 26, toet ot
the reserved portion ot Jefferson
street abutting on the north side ot
lot 7, block 51, all In Nichols Addi
tion to the town of Klamath Falls
and that said property above de
Bribed is Hereby declared to be the
property to bo assessed for the ex
pense ot said Improvement;
And be it further resolved, that
Monday, the 21st day ot April, 1919,
at tho hour ot 8 o'clock p, m at the
council chambers ot the city hall, to
be 'fixed as the time and place for
the hearing of objections and remon
strances against the said proposed
Improvement; and tho Police Judge
bo and hereby Is directed to cause no,
tico ot said hoarlng to be published,
PA8TtfRE FOR LEASE 14,000
seres tale land of Klamath Drain
age district, near Midland and Wor
dea; suitable tor grazing cattle; tract
can be divided Into two nearly equal
salts. M. Motschenbacher, L. Jacobs,
W:JS. Slough, committee. 1-tr
WANTED Two waitresses for log
. glng camp. Address Logger, Herald
oSce. 2-4 1
WANTED A good dog to drive
stoek. Address 624 11th st. 2-4t
FIRST CLASS COOK, second cook
and helper want Jobs in lumber
camp. Enquire at Houston hotel.
WANTED Girl for
work. Call 294J.
IF THE PARTY who took Fnddle
from my horse about half mile
from my home. 5 miles en-it nf Mer
rill, will return same, no questions
will be asked. W. D. Grahtuu, I-4t
LOST AND FOUND
LOST On Keno road, hub cap off
fdad grader: finder; please leave at
court house. Tom Dixon, road mas-tdJ-
And that s.ild property above descrlb
ed ho, and horeby Is declared to bo.ns by Charter provided;
assessed .for the expense ot said lin- State of Oregon,
And bo It Further Resolved, That
Monday, tho 21st day ot April, 1919.
nt the hour of S o'clock p. m., nt tho
council chambers in tho city hall nt
Klumnth Falls, Oregon, bo fixed as
tho tlmo mid plnco for tho hearing ot
objoctiona nnd remonstrances against
tho said proposed Improvement; und
tho Police Judgo bo, und hereby is di
rected to cause notice of said hearing
to bo published us by Charter pro
vided, Stpto of Orogon,
County of Klamath, ss:
Clt o' Klnmnth Falls.
I, A, L. Leuvltt, Police Judgo ot tho
City ot Klamath Falls,
County ot Klamath,
I. A. L. Leavitt, Polico Judge ot
the City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do horoby certify that the foregoing
Is a 'duly enrolled copy ot a resolu
tion adopted by the Common Council
m tho 17tli day of March, 1919, de
claring its Intention to Improve
coin street, and High street from
Ninth street to Eleventh street, in
cluding Intersections, and approving
tho plans, specifications and esti
mates ot the cost submitted by the
A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
Switzerland's decision to enter the
world league on the condition that
she is never culled on to go to war,
and is never to be coerced In any way,
seems to contain the germ of a bright
Idea -Philadelphia North American.
Whereas, The Common Council
deems it expedient to chungo the
trade on certain portions of Wash
Be it Resolved. That the grade on
Washington street be changed ns fol fel fol
eows: At Intersection of Washington and
First streets, said erade is hernhv
West side Washington street, from
270.0 on north side and 270.0 on
south side 'to 270.0 on north sldo
and 268.0 on south side.
East side Washington street, from.
265.0 on north side and 265. 0 on
south side, to 265.0 on north side
and 263.5 on south side.
At 170 feet east from east line of
First street, on Washington street,
from 239.0 on north side and
239.0 on south side, to 238.0 on
north side and 238.0 on south
At 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 side Washington street, from
229.5 on north side und 229.5 on
south side, to 231.0 on north side
and 230.0 on south side,
At 145 toot east of east lino of Sec
ond street on Washington street,
from 230.0 on north side and
230.0 on south sldo, to 232,0 on
north side and 232.0 on south
State ot Oregon,
County of Klamath. ss:
City of Klamath Falls.
I. A. Ii- Leavitt, Police Judge of
said city, do hereby certify that tho
foregoing is n duly enrolled copy of
the resolution changing grado on cer
tain portions or Washington street;' ,
as abovo set forth, ns passed by the
Common Council ot the City ot Klara-
ath Falls, Oregon, on March 17tb,
1919. A. L. LEAVITT,
l-10t Polico Judge.