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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, JUNK IS, 1
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Sunday and Monday
On the edge of civilization there are no traditions.
Men meet life with all the strength of soul within them.
That is why the greatest stories have always been written,
not of the atrophied emotions of society, but of the virile
people nearest the great outdoors. There men may be
good or bad but whatever they are, they are strong.
"The RiverV End" is a story of the Koyal Mounted
Police a story of adventure and a story of a wonderful
It is Mr. Neilan's best and Mr. Curwood's finest novel.
A Romance of God's Country
Two shows each night. Two complete matinees Sunday
PUN TO REPEAL
WICHITA. Kan. June l: Thnt
it concerted plan by thine oppatdim
the new KnnniiN lndiutrl.il law rxlnts
to .elect n legislature which will re
peiil the Inw lit the li"Xt general ses
sion In 1 12 1 was the declaration of
JudK William I.. IIiickUik. presiding
Judge of the court. In an address be
fore, the Kansas Hanker' iiMociiitlou
ronvenilon here. JndKo IIiirkIiih
pleaded Unit the law be Klven i "fair
lie snld tho opurntlon of the new
Inw thus far has been very Hiitlitfiic
tory. Tho legislature creutcd hero a tri
bunal In which Jiihtlro In admlnlstrut
rd without monuy mid without price."
continued tho spenker. "Tho poorest
man In Kuiisna, If he Ih engaged In
liny of tho CKKentliiul Industrie
iinriied In th law, may lit any llmo
romu Into HiIh court and innku III
(ompl'ulnt hnown. The Htnte pro
vides him with a lawyer who will pro
paro IiIh ciiho for him without cluirgu.
It provided him with expert nccount
imtB and eiiKlneom mid trained ox-
Believe no man who
stretches the truth See
ing is believing. Our
thousands of patrons
are our best endorse
ment. See our splendid
line now on display.
Klamath Falls Marble & Granite Works
GEORGE D. GRIZZLE, Prop.
miilm-ri ho "III InrrstlKntu bis rumi
I for him thnut charge.
' "If the court hns rendered Its deel
Moil. I'll' laborer In dissatisfied, he
may in): tho matter before the su
preme fourt of ICnnns. Tho ovl
denre which I he stnto helped him In
troduce mid prepare In trims rlbvd
for hiin by nn ejprt reporter."
tiii: .MKiirrv iw,u:
IlieilOP. Cll., Juno 11. The niriR
n I II cent bar of the Northern saloon
of (ioldlleld, Nuvmln, u famous re
Hort of the. enily gold days there, Ih
now doing ncrvlce as n lunch counter
at Keuugh lint Fprlngs, n siimmer
report of ln o county. The bar waB
built to order In Michigan In 11)04 at
n cent of J.'iOOO. At present price
the plate glass nlone, which totals
morn than lf0 sqtinre feet, would
com thnt Htim,
Tho liar Is t-nlil to lmvo been sold
nt Junk prlceH.
DANISH ItlXIKr I'T.MI
) COPLNHAGKN, May 20. (lly
(Mnll.) Aiiioilmn ct lions of Danish
'descent in California mid Nuvndn
, have sent 104,000 kronor to the re
lief fund of the Dnnes In Slcsvig,
siiys tho I'olltlken.
A Classified Ad will sell It.
25,000 GERMAN CIVIL '
OFFICERS IN STRAITS
lli:itl,IN, May 15 (My Mnll.)
Twenlyfli thousand (lermnn elvll
Ian functionaries who occupied posi
tions In 1'oland nnd hfte been de
prived of their pouts owing to trans
fern of territory, tire In sore plight.
The Kovernment, which suddenly re
cnlled Hi em gave no thought, appar
ently, to ho ti din it HUth u milltitudu
with their wived nnd families, as
signing them lo old concentration
rump and bnrrack.
In there quarters, according to
stntemints made by some of them
now In llerlln, they have to endure
.ill manner of hardships and discom
forts, arnonK the leant of which In
'he deprivation of their ncustomed
The Herman Civil Scrvnnts' Union
ha taken the mutter up on their be
half It hu memorialized the gov
ernment, demnndlnK n fulfillment of
inrller promises that evicted officials
ihould receive preferential treat
lie nt It protests ngslnst what It
terms the "base Ingratitude now
ihown by the fatherland" to faithful I hereby given that proposals will be
lorvunl who have now been deprlv- received by said Common Council for
ed of their menns of livelihood. i making the Improvement deigned
for Improvement of Washington
'street from first street to Third
O street Including Intersections. Hold
I WEATHER RECORD I .Improvement to be made In accord
. 'nncn with tho plans nnd speclflcn-
,, ,. 7 7, T" r lllons of the City Engineer and for
Hereafter tho Hernia will publUt ' nt. ,)f th(. caJcll of lmprovemcnt
he menn nnd maximum tempera 'mentioned In suld plnns und Mwclflcn
tires and nreclnllallon record as tok tlons nnd the ordlnnnce ordering snld
n by the U H. Heclnmntlon service
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tnllon Publication will cover th.
ny previous to the paper's Issue, lit
i f o'ttoik of that day.
Max. Mlti. clDllntlor
HOIMONN lOU I'ltlll.KATlOX
.No. I1K.1 Kulty
In tho Circuit C:urt of the State
of Oregun for Klamath County
Pred I. Houston. Plalntifr. vs to enter Into contract and bond for
Dnnlel I,. (lord on nnd Nellie Gordon the faithful completion of the said
husband nnd wife, C N Gordon and improvement in accordance with the
l.ucr I. Cordon, husband nnd wife. 'plans and specifications therefor.
Ilebecca June flordon-Pratt. widow , The City of Klamath falls reserv
t.nurn flberman-Hess. nnd A II Hess. Ing the right nt all times to reject any
wife and hiMlmnd. Sykes Hnmnker and nil proposals. The award to the
nnd Kthcl Hnmnker. husband and
wife. (leorcK Sherman nnd
Sherman, hushnnd and wife, Leonard
Sherman nnd Pnnnlc Sherman, hus-'
hand and Mr. In-ii n Iu of Ds-th The plans, specltlcntlcns and estl
A. (Icrdon, deceased; nnd the Un- tnntes above referred to embrace and
known Heirs nt Lnw of Snrnh A. provide thnt the proposed Improve-
Oonl n, dervised, DufenduntH,
In the name or the State of Oregon' I
To Daniel I. (lonlon. Nellie dor-
don, C N. Oordon. Lucy I Gordon
Itobcccn Jnno Gordon-rrntt. Lnuraiment sidewalks.
Shermnn-Hess. A. II. Hess, George (
Shermnn and Shernian. hi
wife, Leonard Shernian. nnd Tannic
Sherman: nnd to the unknown heirs'
at lnw of Snrnh A Gordon, decensed: ,
You nnd ench of you nre hereby'
required to appear and answer thei
complaint filed against you In the
nliovii entitled suit, on or before July
26. 1920. that being the Inst dny or
the tlmo preserlhed in the order forot tno Commcn Council of the City
niibllcntlon of this HllllllllonH, And if nf Klnmnili Pnlls. flrecon. notice Is
I you fnll Hj to answer or npiwnr. for.,t.reby Kven thnt proposals will be
I want thereof, the plaintiff will apply 'received by sahl Common Council for
to the Court ror tne reuer pr.iyen ior, mnklng tho Improvement designed
In his compliant on file herein, to- for improvement of Conger Avenue
wit: .from northwestorly line of Main
first. That the defendants nnd street to Intersection of California
enrli nnd nil of them 1m repaired to Avennn lnrlnsln. Suld ininrovement
set forth tho nutiiro of their respective
cIiiIiiih to tno hereinafter uejicriuen
property nnd ench and all of tliolr
cald claims, If any they have, nnd
that nil udverso claims of tho defen
dants, und ench of them, bo deter
mined by n decreo of this Court
Sjccnd. Thnt by n decree of this I
Court It bo mUudged and determined l0f June, 1920. nnd approved by the
that tho defendants nnd each and nll.mnyor on tho Sth dny of June, 1920.
of (hem hnvu no right title. Interest, i paid plans, specifications nnd estl
or ostnto In and to the said prcmlsoB I mntea of tho City Knclneor being on
!or any part or parcel of snld premises
I.... . .1... .I.l n nlnl.lllfr tlll.a.
iiiiviTHU in iiiu iiiiu ui i,Mii mu..-
In, nnd thnt tho plaintiff be decreed
to liavo ii good and valid tltlo In mid
to snld described renl property, to
wlt: Lot Plvo (B) In IMock Thirty
nine (39) of tho City of Klnmnth
falls (formerly Llnkvlllo), Klnm
nth County, Stnto of Oregon, ac
cording to tho duly recorded plat
mid that plaintiff hnvo kooiI and therenftor at tho Council Chamber In
valid tltlo In und to said premises nslgnui city.
ngiilnst tho snld named and unnamed
defendants mid cncli nnd nil of litem.
Third. That by n decreo of this
Court it be ndJmlKed mid dntormlned
that the dofendnntt) mid each and nil
cf them he forever cnjolnod a ml
barred from In any milliner nssortliiR
nny claim or claims whntsnover In or
to the said promises horolimbovo de
scribed, or In or to any part or por
tion thereof, adverse to tho plaintiff;
mid for such other and further reliof
nn to this Court may seem ineot nnd
equitable, nnd for his costs nnd dis
This numinous Is served by nubll-
cation thereof, in tho Evening Hornld,
n dnlly newspaper, printod, published
nnd of goneinl circulation In Klamath
County, Oregon, by order or Honor
ablo D. V. Kuykondall. Judgo of tho
above entitled court, made and filed
Juno 11th, 1920, which said order
requires that this summons be pub
lished at least onco a week for six
consecutive weeks, beginning on tho
12th day or June, iau.
C. F. STONE and
W. A. Wieat,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE Of HALE OK DRAINAGE
SEALED PIIOPORALS will bo re-
celved by tho Hoard of Supervisors
of tho Klamath Drainage District of
Klamnth County, Oregon, at tho of-i
flee of said Hoard which Is In the
'Jourt House In the City of Klamath
rnlls, Oregon, for tho purchase of
$21)0,000.00 or tho Ilonds of said
Klamath Drainage District, until the
hour of two o'clock In the afternoon
:n tho 17th day of July, A. D. 1920
Bald Ilonds are to be dated July
1st, 1920, nnd are to bear Interest
from date at the rate of six per cent
per annum, payable on the first day
of January and the first day of July
of each year.
The Hoard of Supervisors reserve
tho right to reject any and all pro
posals for any reason and If not sat
isfactory to said Doard.
Address all communications and
nil proposals to the undersigned.
C. It. DK LAI1,
Secretary of Klamnth Drainage
District, Klamath Palls, Oregon.
June 11-July 1C
NOTICE INVITING PltOPOHALH TO
MARK STREET IMPROVEMENT
Pursuant to ordinance and order
of the Common Council of the City of
Klamnth falls. Stretnn. notlca Is
Improvement, which said orjllnnnco Is,
numbered H06 and was ndopted om
,,,,. 7(,, llftJP of Jun0( mo ,,, .
j,,roved by tho mayor on the 8th day!
f June. 1920
Snld plans, specifications nnd esti
mates of the City Knglncer being on
file In the office of the Police Judge
land In the office of the sold engineer.
The proposed contract will be let
In one contract, and the time In
i which the snme is to be completed
Is fixeil by snld onllnun'e on or be
fore Octcber l&th, 1920. Illds must
be filed with the Police Judge for
submission to the council not later
than 8 o'clock p. rn. of the 21st day
of June, 1920, and the bids will be
considered by the council Immediate
ly thereafter at tho Council Chamber
i In said city.
Kach proposal must be accom
panied by-o certified check on some
responsible banking institution In an
amount equal to & per cent of the
aggregate amount of the proposal,
the snme to be forfeited to the city
by the successful bidder upon failure
successful bidder is hereby made con-
tltiKtnt upon the sale of tne bonds
that will be authorized for providing
funds for making tuh Improvement.
'ment may he made, using bltullthlc.
Oil Macadam or cinder ana dios are
Invited for eoch class, in addition to
grading, curbing, dralnnge nnd ce-
A. L. LEAVITT.
Police Judge of the City of
Klamath falls. Oregon.
voTll'K INVIT1XO PIIOPOSAI TO
iAKK STUKin" 1MI'1U)VKU:XT
ri,munnt in nnllnnnn. nnd order
t0 D0 mnde in accordance with the
plans and specifications of tho City
Knslnopr and for ono of tho classes
cf improvement mentioned in said
plans and specifications and the or
dinnnce ordering snld Improvement.
which snld ordlnnnco Is numbered
r,04 nnd wns ndonted on the 7th day
f)e in tho offlco of the Police Judge
. I- ..... l -.. -1 .1 aIam
anil in iiiu uiutu vi iiiu puiii ciiiiiiiuuii
Tho proposed contrnct will be let
In ono contract, nnd the time In
which tho samo Is to be completed Is
fixed bv tmld crdlnnnce on or before
October l&th, 1920. Illds must be
filed with the Police Judge for sub
mission to the council not later thnn
8 o'clock p. in. of tho 21st day of
June. 1920. mid tho bids will bo con
sidered by tho council liuniedlntely
Ench proposal must 'w nccom
pnnled by u certified check on some
respcnslblo bnnkliiR Institution In nn
amount equal to 5 per cent of tho as
Ki'i'Kiito amount of tho proposal, tho
snmo to ho forfeited to tho city by
tho successful bidder upon fnlluro to
enter into contract nnd bond for tho
faithful completion of tho snld im
provement in accordance with the
pinna nnd HpecitlcatloiiH therefor.
Tho City of Klamnth Kails reserv
ing tho right nt nil times to roject any
and all proposals. Tho award to tho
successful bidder Is hereby mado con
tingent upon tho salo of the bonds
that will be authorized for providing
funds for making such Improvement.
Tho plans, .specifications and estl
mates above referred to embrace and
provide that the proposed Improve
ment may be made using bltullthlc
or Oil Macadam and bids are Invited
tor each class, In addition to grading,
curbing, dralnaga and cement side
walks to be laid on westerly aide of
A. L. LEAVITT,
Police Judge of the Cliy of
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Klamath Falls Cyclery
TV handle th tiMf In nnp Una.
such at Motorcycles, Bicycles,
i-ana ana Accessories, uooayear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tires
and Tabti. The house of th
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Harley-Davldson Service.
118 8. ttk BC Klasmatfe FaJk I
We open store every Tuesday and
rnaay from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are the good things we can
bow. A dollar saved li a dollar tam
ed. In buying good thngs cheap as
you may learn, rbu will never b in
debt and hare to skip If yon buy your
LUCKY DICK ft CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Oth St.
327 MAIN STREET
W. E. McABOY
Builds anything la the cabinet
line, Door, Bcireaa, etc
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
1. C. CLEGHOR
Civil Engineer aad Baurreyor
Office S17 Mala flt.
Phones) Ofloe IN, Ree. 1SW
O. K. FEED A SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
Dr. E. G. Witccarw
Dr. P. M. Nod
Bereath ud Mala
Iain Street I
DR. a A. MASSEY
FomrtB and Fine St.
In Warren Hunt Hoapltal
Oft. Phone 497 Re. Phone 8SM
We Do AH Kind of BawtBg Bepalr
lac New One Made to Order
AxJa Btralcatoaaas a4
ALL WORK QUARAKRKD
Paoaa aasvT 1T KlaaaaU At. ',
719 Mala It
Jack Moarow, Pro.
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drinks,
Peel and Billiards
Darber Shop in Connection
"Courted and Bervlce"
ARTHUR R. WILSON
EX-SERVICE MEN, ATTENTION I
The regular meetings
of Klamath Poit No. 8,
American Legion, will he
held at 8 o'clock p. m.,at
the City Hall la Klamath Fall, on
the lecond and fourth Tuesday of
each month. All Comrade are in
Thorn deslrlag to Jola, the Port
mar aaeara application blank from
0. K. Vaa Rlpor. Frad Nicholson; or
1. H. CJaraakaiTaU of Klamath Falla.
rmBD MIOaOLaON, SeareUry.
DR. C. A. RAMBO
L O. O. F.
Now Ofwa for
lira. Rom MeDaalea.
301 High St Phone 456
I Office Phone
177W Re 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Hargeoa
Klamath Valla Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O, O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYHICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 aad S
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Balkans
Realdence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone S.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAItREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 4T Night Pboae, 8M
SAW MILL KNGINEKRUfa
Deabjmer aad baUder of atod
era Haw MUU, PUalag Milta. Boa
Plant. Complete plaau coatrae
ed. AparalMila aad report mad.
Dredging. We contract to batti
aay clan of a eeUldlng aad laataB
machinery of aay kind.
Drafting of aay kind done. Blaa
Print, made. PHONE 14N
OSce In K. D. Building
I am now prepared to tarnUa
3haata Sand from th Hoey, Cant.,
and and gravel pit. In aay quantity
that may o desired by contractor
AL r. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
L O. O. F.
Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, th nnd Main street.
Ilyman Wescbler, N. Q.i W. C. Well,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. it, L O
O. F., meet Tuesday night of aek
week nt I. O. O. F. hull. W. II. North,
C P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
About 6,500,000 British women
can now vote for moinbers of Parlia
ment and their vote may anient
aome.ot the 63 Labor meaUra
account of popular dlMpp'roTal! a
ucceaslon of strike.