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THE.EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FUIDAV, lEWtUAUV 20, llttA.
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Animal Food Department
NORTH PORTLAND, ORE.
W O, Smith Printing Co.,
printing, Co. Clurk's olllca
V O Sinltli Printing Co.,
priptlng. Ani"sir's oflW-o .
(J "(i L Humphrey, board of
W O Smith Printing Co ,
printing, Sheriff's olllco
V. 0. Smith Printing Co.,
print Inc. High School . .
V. O Smith Printing Co.,
Printline, School Hilpt. . .
(IIiifr R I'mdliomtiio Co,
pi I h i o I I ii n coiih word,
CI' rli'n olllro
(iliiHH ft I'riiillionimn Co ,
pilvnti- Imnd record, Clurk'H
(llll'-e . .
W I: iirnwloln, printing,
Cici-u ii nil Sheriff's olllco .
Todd I'rolor-togriiph, choi-k
B. H. HUI5 FDH
My a re' cut (If ixfon of the Inter
30fi0 Ml'up' ('omimri''1 commission on Turn
I day tlio practice of the railroads snrv
ls-7r'!lilK tlin NorthwcHt of maintaining a Lincoln St., south lino..; 218.50
1 s..tl.f..f ln.lt.wr ...ImImhi fin ltitttl.rir " "- "" """" m-w.vv
I illlf ill irjttntut liiiuiiiiu ' iiini'.i
Tin- following High SdiMil claims! " pronounced
were allowed and the Clerk Instruct
ed to draw warrant on the High
School Fund for this rcspoctlvo
California Oro Power Co,
nervlci'H, llhrary $ 3.45
Whereupon Court adjourned to
meet Monday Scptnmlrar 8. 1910.
September 8, 1919, Monday.
Court met pursuant to ndjourn
inont. when were present llurroll
Short and Asa Fordyco, Commission
ers, when tho following proceedings
wore hail, to-wlt.
In tlio matter of tho State Highway
ComnilHHliin of tho State of Ore
gon to advertise for macadam and
grading that section north of
Klamath Falls to tho Klamath In
Whereas, on Juno 3, 1919, In tho
County of Klamath. State of Oregon,
a Hpoclal election waa hold, said elec
tion having boon conducted In tho
same manner as a gonoral election,
Htlbmlttliig to tho voters of said
CnlllllV tlin mtiiutlnn tt luoiilm, I. ....!.,
.. . ...v -,... .....,,. ... .nniii,,, l.kjlllin l . . , , !!. ..
ror the purpoHo of ralHlng money to. nuemiumMi mu jumo m uuiwrui
ho uhpiI for tho construction ami carload minima from different pro-
ICcooIiitlon PiopoaliiK to Clmngo the Grndc of Portion of Highlit Street,
.IcffcrMiH Street mill Lincoln Street
Ho It rcfiolvcd hy tho City of Klamath Falls that tho grades of portions
.of said Btreota ho chnnged as follews:
' Present elevations of Eighth St. At Washington 17C.00
I At Jofrcrstm 193. CO
! At Lincoln 217.00
At Prospect 285. 00 at center lino
To ho changed to the following grades: '
3 7C.00 176.30
100 ft. north of north lino
of Lincoln St 231.00 231.00 230.00
Thence tho curbs to have a uniform grade of 1G.5 per cent to a point
Washington St., south lino 17C.O0
Washington St., north line 176.50
Jefferson St., south lino.... 190.00
Jefferson St., north line... 197.00
Center lino of Wash.
ordered abandoned within 90 days.
This jeform h om that has been at rK,1t angles to Eighth St. opposito tho northeast corner of Eighth Su
... ,. , . .... , - and Prospect St. to olcvatlon 284.00.
sought by tho lumber Industry for T,)0 eaBter,y sIdewnIk on E,ghth st. from Lincoln to Prospect to be
ninny enrs aoI will result, It Is pre- las follews:
dieted. In the latest bulletin of the At Lincoln Elevation 210.50. .
West Coast Lumbermen's association, 107.5 ft. from corner of Eighth and Lincoln Elevation 227.50; then steps,
. ,,,... 4-6 Inch risers, 3-18 inch tread,
in tho elimination of numerous pon- 132 c ft( from corner ot EBhth nnd Lincoln Elevation 230.50; then steps,
nines, (imputes, controversies aim
will put an end to much litigation.
I'nder the commission's decision
tho carriers are ordered to establish
a loading minima based on tho
length of the car, and one which
shall be generally satisfactory to the
shippers. Otherwise tlio case will bo
ie-oponi;d for further hearing
The proceeding Incident to the de
cision were star .1 on April 9, 11)18,
by tho commission on its own mctlon
as a result of a great number of In
formal complaints of shlpporn who
i maintenance of permanent roads In
said county, and a majority of the
voters voting at suld election did
vote In fav of issuing such bonds In
tlio sum of 1347,701.00. and
I WherriiH. the notice of said elec-
tlon, glv n in accordance with law,
cnllei fir the expenditure of 103,-
duclng regions to the same markets,
and who also attacked tlio reason
ableness of the cubical minima in and
It was pointed out that In the.
Northwest the minima on Douglas fir
105.25 of the aforesaid total sum ' lumber ranged from 42,j0O pounds
voted upon tlin construction and tn r.fi nflfl imnnila accorillnc to tho
I""1""""" f "If0",'1 ,BJ"'-" I varying cubical capacity of the cars.
,as I he Dalles-California Iliguwny, , ' , ., , , , ' .u .
beginning at tho City of Kiamnl,, whilo In other producing regions tho
4-0 inch risers, 3-18 Inch tread.
160.0 ft. from corner of Eighth and Lincoln Elevation 235.50; then steps,
9-6 Inch riser, 8-18 tread.
Southerly lino of Grant St. Elevation 249.00; then steps, 2-6 inch risers,
1-18 Inch tread.
13 ft. from southerly line of Grant Elevation 251.00.
42.5 ft. from southerly line of Grant Elevation 255.00; then steps, 5-8
inch risers, 4-18 Inch tread.
57 ft. from southerly line of Grant Elevation 258.50; then steps, 3-10 Inch
risers, 2-18 inch tread.
65 ft. from southerly lino of Grant Elevation 267.50; then steps, 15-C
inch risers, 14-15 Inch tread.
Tho westerly sidewalk on Eighth St. from Lincoln to Prospect to be as
Corner of Eighth and Lincoln Sts. Elevation 223.00; thence,
130 ft. up Eighth Elevation 237.50; then steps, G-6 Inch risers, 5-18 Inch
145 ft. up Eighth Elevation 241.00 ;then steps, 6-6 Inch risers, 5-18 Inch- -
160 ft. up Eighth Elevation 245.00; then steps, 4-6 inch risers, 3-18 Inch
170 ft. up Eighth Elevation 247.00.
260 ft. up Eighth Elevation 263.00; then steps, S-6 inch risers, 7-18 Inch
tread; level for 6 ft., then steps, 7-6 inch risers, 6-18 Inch tread; level
for 5.65 ft., then 7-6 Inch risers, 6-18 inch tread; level for 6 ft., the
steps, 8-0 Inch risers, 7-18 Inch tread.
JEFFERSON ST. GRADES.
Jefferson St. at 130 ft. east of the east
line of Eighth St 185.30 185.00
LINCOLN ST. GRADES.
Lincoln St. at 100 ft. east of the east line
of Eighth St 202.50
I'iiun, urpgnn, anil extenulnc in a cars on icei nnii over in lei'hui unu
COl'VrV COIUT PIMM II IMMJS ' It 1 Thrnifore ordered that said ""U'Wly tllrectlon In said Klamath 30.000 pounds for cars under J'Meet State of Oregon, County of Klamath, City of Klamath Falls, ss:
i.ui .m ( in in i ihm I.UMM..S. , it '" il',,""r' '"-" l U!l s"' County an approximate distance of ' ,. ,.,. I- A. L. Leavitt. Police Judge of the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
hid or i .Mitchell and A. il. jamiMiu ns )(1H (() Uu Dcschutos-Kiamath ,cnB1"- do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a duly enrolled copy of the resolu-
In tho County Court or 111- St.ite of " ."copii'ti ........... . , , County line; and nisputet over the rules in conncc- tIon adopted by tho common council on the 26th day of January. 1920,
Oregon ror the Count of Klam- hi inri i qim It i ' '' Whereas, said DallcH-Callfornia, "on with the cubical capacity minima relative to changing certain grades on parts of Eighth, Lincoln, and Jefter-'
alh- ..., ,B .,., ASA KOUUVCE Com'"' nihw' ' i0 ''" Improved upon have also been frequent, and; It Is son Streets. -,.,. ' ,. TJ
Wednesday hopt. 1919. ,to iuiiuhi-., wm. n has s cost of 50 per cent each to thn . , i i .. wi,im n 10'20 A. L. LEAVITT. Police Judge.
lip It ltoiuombcred. That at uicBuI- Tho following Horn! Claims were state of Orvgon and the Oc?o"'0vl,'" stnted, havo created considerable un-
nr te'rm of the Hon County Court lie- nllowi-d and the Clerk Instructed to Khminth- nn,i i Just discrimination and disadvantage,
gun and held on Weilnesilny the 3rd draw arrantn on tho Itoad Fund for
-ilny of Sopt A l lull', ni the Court tint respective ameuuth:
lloiiKO in Klamath Fulls. Klamath, I.eo Jardliie, labor Midland
County, Oii'gou, .ind lontlmilng thru-1 load J2S.O0
out the term: when were present I Asa Pordyco, mileage a-
llon. It. II. Uuiiutdl, Judge, llurroll I round lako (Upper Klani-
'.Short and Ak-i Fonlyrn, Commission- nth)
J. II. Ilosslg,
Ira Isaacs, labor.
C. W. Hums, labor Agency
O. W. Knglo, labor Agency
ora, C. H. Del.np, County Clurk, and
Goo. I.. Iluinphiey. Sheriff, when the
following proceedings were had to--wlt:
In tho Matter of tho concollatlon of
tho llond of J. II. Gnrrott.
,Thls matter como on at this tlmo
to' bo heard and It appearing to tho
Court that tho llond of J. H. Garrett
should bo cancelled ns tho contract
has boon flllod nnd further responsi
bility of snld J. II. Garrett Is oxonor
ntod from tho llond, dated Aug. 10
10. for 18.4 99.90 with tho Unltod
States Fidelity and Guaranty Com- Roy Holt, labor
Tany of llnltlmoro Company, Mary-1 "oait
Innd. Elmer Smith, labor Agency
It Is theroforo hereby ordered, that road
'tho llond of J. II. Gnrrott with tho A. Wlckstrom, cinders coun
Unltod Statos Fidelity and Guaranty oilvor TaHln.''labor '(Mer-
Company of llnltlmoro, Maryland, ho rill-Mailn Road)
cnncollod, nnd tho llond nnd a copy of Richard Martin labor (Mer-
thls order returned to tho said suro-' r,1!1"V.n"." Uo,aiJ) -;v;
tjUH i J, II I'arkor, labor (Mer
it. H. UUNNELL, Judgo ot tho rlll-Malln road)
County Court of Klamath. Oliver Martin, labor (Mor
Tho following Road Claims wero rill-Ma In road) --
aillowod and tho Clork Instructed to John Spolok, labor (Merrill
draw warrants on tho Road Fund Mnlln Road) .........
for tho Respectlvo ameunts: Frank Smnplot. labor (Mer-
n n IVIlDnn l.rl.lirn rnntrnrt t'lnn llll lIll-Mllllll rOU(l )
Thn fnllnwlnir Current Eznonso Win, Uhrmnn, lnbor Modoc
Whereas, it Is now nrnnnsr.,1 .' to tho shippers of tho Pacific North-
the Statu Highway Commission of. west.
me niaio ot urogon to advertise, for
-Claims wero allowed and tho Clork
Instructed to draw wnrrants on tho
3urront Exponso Fund for tho ro--spoctlvo
J. O. llnmnkor, sorvlco road
(Stephens Survoy) $ 17. GO
C. T. Dnrloy, sorvlco rond
(Stephens Survoy) 24.40
Whoroupon Court ndjourned to
moot Saturday. Sopt. Cth, 1919, A. D.
Snturdny, Sopt. Cth, 1919.
Court mot pursuant to adjourn
ment, when woro presont Hon. R. II.
Bunnoll, Judgo, llurroll Short and
Asa Fordyco, Commissioners, when
tho following proceeding woro had to
wlt: In tho Mnttor of Opening Wood nids
Horotoforo ndvortlsod for.
This matter camo on at this tlmo In
IHiraimnco to ndvortlsomont In tho
Evening Hornld and bids for tho
furnishing of 00 cords of wood for
Court House uso woro oponod hy tho
It appearing to tho Court that tho
hid of C. Mitchell and A. M. Jamison
for 60 cords of 10 Inch body wood nt
$7.f0 por cord Is tho host and lowest
l't. road llG.oo
W. G. Dnnlols, labor County
City Transfor, hauling,
county road 1.5Q
Klamath Iron & Steol
Works, cntorplllnr repairs 5.00
Sixth Stroot Illacksmlth
Shop, truck ropalrs 121.05
Tho following Current Exponso
Claims woro allowed nnd tho Clerk
instructed to draw wnrrants on the
Curront Exponso Fund for tho ro
W. Worden, rabbit bounty.... 10.00
llurroll Short, salary and
Asa Fordyco, salary and
Klamath Vnlloy Whso. Co.,
Ico (Court House park).... 4G.00
Linton Cunningham, rabbit
Joo Carllslo, rabbit bounty.... C.25
Mrs. Hrownoll, grand Jury
Hlltrudus Sullivan, grand
Jury witness 2.20
G. K. Van Rlpor, deputy
hiro troasuror 25.00
4...4.. ..4.....j... $:"$! :--5't"H"5''Hi
RIGHT OFF T1IE ICE
you get our meats. Our
refrigerator is maintained
nt a uniformly low tempera
ture day nnd night tho year
round, and aall meats hero
nro kept fresh, tender, juicy
and appetizing. Our roasts
of boef, lamb, veal, mutton,
etc., nro ot superior quality
at all times. Order a "first
cut" from us today.
tttM.MMl'n'T 1 t I wwij 1 im
macadam ror that section of the
aforesaid highway north of Klamath
Falls, a distance of 1 miles, and
for grading that section of said
highway between Klamath Falls
and tho Klamath Indian Reservation,
n dlstanco of approximately 12 miles,
tho first unit Including tho 1 V- miles
of macadam, tho second unit "includ
ing tho grading, and snld work to bo
done under tho aforesaid co-omsra-tlvo
Ho It resolved, that tho rm.nfv
court of Klamath County, Stato of
Oregon, having met pursuant to ad
journment tho 6th day of September
1919, all members being present,
does hereby approve of tho plans of
tho Oregon Stato Highway Commis
sion to proceed with the aforesaid
Improvement of said units one fl)
nnd two (2) of tho snld Dalles
California Highway, and does hereby
nirnl,ir uI,rol,rIto tho sum ot $55.
000.00 of the said sum of 163
105.25 nvalliiblo for the Improve
ment of said Dalles-California High
way for tho aforesnid purpose of
constru ting said units ono (1) and
two (2). It boing tho Intention that
said fund of $55,000.00 is hereby
created out of tho money so reallzod
urn mo saie 01 saut bonds to Morris
R. H. BUNNELL. Judge.
UURRELL SHORT. Comm.
ASA FORDYCE, Comm.
Tho following Curront Exponso
Claims wero allowed nnd tho Clerk
Instructed to draw warrants on the
Current Expense Fund for tho re
Henry Ungby, removing dead
animal for county road $ 10.00
II. H. llunnell, salary county
Judgo, July 125.00
R. H, llunnell, salary county
Judge, August 125.00
Callf-Orog-Powor Co. serv
ices, county poor farm .... 4.10
Calif-Oreg-tl'owcr Co. services
county curt house 36. SO
Phillip Oden, rabbit bounty.. 2.50
O W. Harris, rabbit bounty 4.00
N. J. Chapman, justlco fees
N. J, Chapman, Justlco fees
St. vs Chapman 11.45
N. J. Chapman. Justlco foes
St. vs Goo. Isacs
T. M, Durham, Constablo fees
St vs Geo. Isacs
N. J. Chapman, Justlco fees
St vs W. Dewey
Allen Sloan, Constnblo fees
St. vs W. Dewey
N. J. Chapman, Justlco feos
St. vs Porcy Ilnsklns, 7.70
N. J. Chapman, Justlco fees
st vs M. Jackson 7.05
N. J. Chapman, Justlco feos
St vs Jack Porter J2.70
Mrs. M, J. Uoebo, wltnoss foes
St vs Jack Portor
J. F. Morloy, witness fees St.
vs Jack Porter
N. J. Chapman. Justlco Fees
St. vs Oscar Pnthaol
N. J. Chapman, Justlco foes
St. vs Sid Frazor
N. J. Chapman, Justlco fees
St. vs Carl DIerman 9.40
T. M. Durham, Constablo
Foes St. vs Carl DIerman.... 2.20
N. J. Chapman, Justlco foes
St vs Bruce Parks 7.70
N. J. Chapman. Justlco foes
St. vs John Dee 4.10
N. J, Chapman, Justlco fees
St vs A. Albert 7.70
N J. Chapman, Justice fees
St. vs L. Robinson
(Contiaaedoa Pas Bli)
100 ft. from Huron St....
150 ft. from Huron St.
200 ft. from Huron St
250 ft. from Huron St
South lino Earle St. 300 ft. from Huron St..
Hearings were conducted in Chi
cago In November 1918, L. S. Mcln
tyre, Traffic Manager of the West
Coast Lumbermen's Association rep
resenting tho West Coast shippers. It
was tho contention of the lumbermen
nt tho hearing that:
1. Lumber by it physical char
acter Is not susceptible to cubic load
ing. .2. Tho cubic mlnema basis result
in unjust discrimination against the
territory In which It is applied and
unduly prefers other producing ter
ritories. 3. The cubic minima basis results
In discrimination between shippers in
tho territory In which It Is applied.
4. Tho present rules governing
the application of the cubic minima
basis are Impracticable and result In
discrimination and lnjustlco and are
too complicated to be understood by
tho shippers or the representatives-of
5. It Is Impossible to devise rules
governing cubical minima that would
bo fair or practicable.
G. Cubical minima has caused
formal and Informal complaints, con
stant friction between shippers and
carriers as well as innumerable
claims for alleged ovorcharge.
The investigation developed the
fact that lumber was the only com
modity to which tho cubical carload
minima theory Is now applied. It was
tho contention of the lumbermen at
tho hearing that Inasmuch as lumber
Is loaded In varying lengths, widths,
thickness, etc., that it is Incapable
of loading to cubic measure. It was
pointed out that nearly 50 percent
of tho cars actually furnished in this
territory woro thoso which the shlp
pors wero prohibited by tho tariffs of
tho carriers from ordering. It was al
so pointed out that shippers could not
correctly dotormlno tho exact sizo ofj' gT op gcrtAMEXTO
BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Klamath
Falls. Oregon, that the grades on Pacific Terrace, a street in the City ot
Klamath Falls, shall be changed from the grades now established to tho
Southerly line of Huron 230'.60
Huron on westerly line Pacific Terrace".!!?...". 230.00
Huron on easterly line Pacific Terrace . 240.00
- V " ' West Curbs
Northerly line of Huron 234.20
Thenco by Stations
50 ft. from Huron St.. 236.45
Earle on westerly line Pacific Terrace
Earle on easterly line Pacific Terrace 262.00
Northerly line Earle Street 257.00
Thence by Stations '
50 ft. from north line of Earle Street 260.00
100 ft. from north line of Earle Street 262.00
150 ft. from north line ot Earle Street 263.00
175 ft. from north line of Earle Street 263.30
200 ft. from north line of Earle Street
250 ft. from north line of Earle Street
South line Melrose, 300 ft 266.50
South line Melrose, 300 ft - 267.00
Melrose on west line Pacific Terrace 205.50
Melrose on east line Pacific Terrace 275.50
Northerly line Melrose 268.50
Thence by Stations
50 ft. from north line of Melrose. . 271.00 275.80
100 ft. from north line of Melrose 273.40 278.20
150 ft. from north line of Melrose 275.30 280.60
200 ft. from north line of Melrose 276.80 282.60
250 ft. from north line of Melrose 277.70 283.80
305 ft. from north lino of Melrose 278.00 284.20
South line Portland, 360 ft 277.60 284.00
Portland on west line Pacific Terrace 276.00 275.50
Portland on east line Pacific Terrace 286.50 286.00
West Curbs East Curbs
Northerly line Portland 275.40 281.60
Esplanade on west line of Pacific Terrace 263.00 263.00
State of Oregon, County ot Klamath:
I, A. L. Leavitt, Police Judge of the City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do hereby certify that tho foregoing is a duly enrolled copy of the Resolu
tion adopted by the Common Council on the 26th day ot January, 1920K
relative to changing certain grades on Pacific Terrace.
10-20 A. L. LEAVITT, Police Judge.
car necessary ow.lng to tho fact thnt
cars of tho samo length frequently
variod from 1000 to 1500 cubic feot
in capacity, whilo not Infrequently
cars of largo cubical capacity woro
found to bo too short to contain lum
ber of varying lengths.
Transcontinental lines havo resist
ed all changes In the loading basis
for many years but now must effect
changes, In accordance with tho com
missions' ordor within 90 days.
Fob. 11, 1920
West Coast Lumbermen's Ass'n.
SACRAMENTO, Cat., Feb. 20.
Thousands of California autoists will
be required to pay tho 25-cent penal
ty exacted by tho Stato from motor
vehicle owners who neglect to renew
their licenses before March 1, accord
ing to present indications. Up to Feb
ruary 12, approximately 300,000 au
toists had neglected to renewv their
license. 1 .
RICE CROP MARKETED.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 20.
Five hundred thousand bags ot pad
dy rice, tho remainder of tho 1919
crop In tho Sacramento Valley, were
sold this week, by the Pacific Rice
Growers' Association to Louisiana
doalors for a total ot $3,500,000. J.
H. Stephens, president of tho associa
tion, Issued a statement in which he
declared that California Rice Mills
had combined to smash the market,
that tho association was forced to
market the remainder of tho crop in
tho South to protect Its own interests.
USES STRAW TO MAKE
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 20.
Tho United States Fiber Products'
Company's new $300,000 plant in
West Sacramento will be opened
within a week. It is the only plant of
its kind in the world, utilizing straw
la .tho manufacture ot Insulation
material. Tho product will take the
place ot cork, folt and hnlr. Tho
plant's entire output has been con
tracted for in advance by two largo,
manufacturing concerns. Tho $300,
000 plant is the first unit of what
will ultimately bo a $1,000,000 fac
tory on a 17-acro site.
Every census of the United Statos
has disclosed women engaged in all
kinds of odd and unusual occupa
tions, and tho census just taken Is
expected to be no exception to th
rule. It is difficult to conceive, how
ever, that it will bring to light any
fomale avocations more curious thaa
those recorded in tho federal census
ot fifty years ago, which showed that
women were then engaged In earn
lng a livelihood as professional
hunters and trappers, stock herders,
hostlers, draymen, steamboat pilots,
guano laborers, gunsmiths, aaa
stokers, gunpowder makers, and Bttlfv.
, fc, p ,,. a UU4.kU.JtK.M4,