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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, JUN1$ i,JJ9
NOT1CK Of HALK OP IHtAINAOK
I Have For Quick Sale
." M A A M A A ..
M ILVIC'O CITV. May 23. (Ily
Mnll.l Onn ot the notable results of
Urn latest rewiltitlon has been thu
.ii.n..i.nnrniir,. frnm Mullen t'it- mi.
NiipportorH of tho Carrnnin ndmlnls-
trillion of the linn "Servlclo Interna-
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IIUMlll liriT riurirn ninni i
hardly bo constructed as fawirlng
the United States.
It long has been common kn..wl-
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IMIKU nun IIIO riiriMKII Willie, llllliur
the Carrnnia ndmlnlstrntlon, main-
talnod u very efficient department,
managed by a Mexican Journalist,
Manuel Carplo, to keep informed on
1T'8 OltANDMOTHKIPS ItKCIPK TO
llltl.VO HACK COLOIl AM) I.L'H
Till: TO IIAIU
Ypu enn turn gray, tailed hair beau,
tlfully dark nnd URtroii8nlmost ovor
night If you'll get n r.O-toiit bottlo or
"Wycth'a Sngo nnd Sulphur Com-
pound" nt any drug i.toro. Millions
tit twiMleu nf thin nl,l fninnim flnpATmu
ncclpo, improved by tho addition of
other Ingredients, nro sold uunually,
savii a well known druggist here, be
cause It dnrkona the hair so natur
ally and evenly that no ono can toll li
haa boon applied,
Thoeo whose hair la turning gray
or becoming fudod have a surprise
waiting them, because after one or
two applications the gray hair van
lane and your locka become luxuri
antly dark and beautiful.
This li tbe age of youth. Gray
haired, unattractive folks aren't want
ad around, ao get buiy with WyetU'a
Sac and Sulphur Compound tonlfcht
aad you'll be delighted with your
dark, kandtoss kalr and your youth
ful aBpaarasM wltkla a few days,
M UN PAPERS
T ED HE
at a rare bargin, the best paying Apartment House in
the City. Located Corner Sixth and Pine Streets in
the Heart of the Business District, being only a half
block from Sixth and Main, and known as "The
Townscnd Flats." Excellent business property and
increasing in value rapidly. Size of lot GO feet on
Sixth Street by 130 feet on Pine. Facts and Figures
given to the right party. Reason for selling: Am
disposing of all City property at a price that is right,
to engage in other enterprises.
This is Your Money-Making
See me at once.
James M. Watkins, Jr.
410 9th St., Phone 38-R
. -. A. .
" " ry" "T?" B
what win ptlnliHl In ri.r..n rnun.
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tries about Mexico till plug agen
r:es (urn'shed news stories and sper -
lal iirtlilei. rsporlally trom t'nited
States and Latin-American papem.
.,,,,, ,, , . , .
whllo Mexican diplomats and consuls
also contributed. Stories unfuvor-' poccibla.
ulilii to Mexico and administration m
olllclals were especliilly noted and, If1 flie KlMrs
the writer were In Mexico, he recelv-i
ed n free ride to the border under 'Tho cliora dance Is here to lure
Article S3 of the rtinstltutlon. I Tl1" tvel " "' maid
An. rllMl,,L.. ...i,i...rllnr the Car. ' ,U ,,l'n, ,,n,' tllP n'l I'Osturea put
runin doctrine" from l.atlii-Amerl-l
c"n I"'!''" were distributed.
Central American Union
also was given liberal publicity
t,",",, '" ' ',,"l,, "'
charges of corruption of American
yl.'ilnAinen. illtilmtiiifed nr piivern.
""' "' "y American oil Inter-
One utorj proporled to Kl" sen.
d...l.t..l ..m..i. n m.h (.... n . .... II... '
n.uiwinii i'iiiim ill i-n,wiiiitiu i'J in.'
t'nited States In Mexico" and an-,
other claimed that an Amerlrin or-'
gunltatlon hud spent ntlllon or dot-.
lurs to hurt this country.
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Mexico vlty newNpnpcM liae
emerged from the revolution some-
what altered. "Kl Monitor llepnb-
1 lean,'' thu ObiVgon organ, dlsap-'
peared whuu Obregon and Its gener
al manager, (leneral Ilanjamln Hill,1
left the city on the uo or the untl
Carrimzii moenient. "Mexico Nun-
veo," tho (lontaleH paper, was imp-'
prosHed by (leneral Francisco Mur
gula on May 1, when (leneral (Ion-
xiiIoh was reported absent. There
. wtiH at llrst a shift In the gmiernl
inaungorMlilp of "Kl lleruldo Do
( Mexico," from V. Aloslu Itohlos, re
; puled Obregon Hiipporter, to Hal-
tnr.nr Kornandos Cue, mid tho paper
liccamo pio ndmlnlstrntlon but with
tho arrival of tho liberal revolution-!
"ry f"r,UH' Sonor IjohloH
tho mnnagomunt or that paper. ."rouiora iosi a notion irom ma in
"Kl Democrntn," which alwnys .,,., ' . . .
, , , . .... Mothers aowliiR tastoncrs on hor
hml boon n s rong supporter of hoi t,n .,
Curaiizn ndmlnlstrntloii, chnngod
iiiuiiiikiiik tiireciors nuer i iirniiuu
lied from tho capital Knrlquo Iloltran
taking control. ,
A cnuplo of smaller Hhcets, which
owed tholr lives to tho rovenuo do-'
river from nttneka on (lonoral Obre
gon, censed publication when the
Carrnnia government ceased func
tioning, The remaining leaden of!
the capital press, "Kxcelslor" and
"El Universal," continued publlca-
tlon, without Intruptlon but with
tbelr metropolitan appearance mar-1
red by the entire absence of cable
A A A A A A i
jncwx ,no Pnn- sneciiicaucni ana esu-
1 n., , . mates above rererred to embrace and
Tho provisional government pro- proV,Ie thal lhp proposed Improve-
potei to aid the newspapers or the ment may be made, using bltullthlc,
! capital by reducing tho Import duty Oil Macadam or cinder and bids are
on foreign news print, n duty which 'nvltetl for each class. In addition to
... ........ grading, curbing, drainage and ce-
made its Importation virtually Im- ,mcnt shlowalks
Thu shimmy In the shade.
Tne l,ron"crt,1 "l. the slide, the slip,'
Tho bended knuo enhanco
The pleusiiro of theso latest light
Fantastic steps from France.
It thrills the blood of youth and age,
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A rcgulor tlckletos.
mn.i- mo u.r.,.iA.I
To IIlnkl, n mummy R
So let us trip It merrily.'
Jer i0e011(, w , h
i To say It Is a new excuso
Kor cutting nnughty capers.
What unchanging consciousness
8lts dryly In your wnn petals,
Da ffoilT I IV
Life has bitten
Through your lenf,
In tho wind
You have bont
You have nipped
; Sweet water up,
Of vanished llfo,
You Btand Immobllo '
In thu vnso forgotten.
Mark Turliytlll In Cartoons Mngn
Slstor's nice and comfy In hor 180
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An" 'n,,her works ,lke C0 ,or hl 30
First docter: Did you have a
large flu practice during tbe epl
Second docter: About a hundred
galloni, I abould say, And you?
Pint docter: Ob, two' or three
hundred caaee. Cartoona Maculae.
HKAI.Ki) PltOI'OHALR will be re
reived by tint Hoard of Supervisors
of tho Klninnth Drainage District of
Klamath County. Oregon, at thn Af
rica of mild Hoard which I In tho
Court HoUMs In tho City of Klnmath
I'n I In, Oregon, for thn purchase of
1200,(1(10.00 of the llonds of said
Klamath Drainage District, until the
hour of two o'clock In the afternoon
in the 17th day of July. A D, 1920,
Huld llondii are to be dated July
Int. 1!30, n nil are to bear Interest
from date at tho rato of nix per cent
per annum, payable on the first day
of January and the first day of July
or each year.
The Hoard of Supervisor reserve
the right to reject any and all pro
posals for any reason and If not sat
isfactory to said Heard.
Address all communications and
all proposals to the undersigned.
C. It DK LAP,
Secretary of Klamath Drainage
' District, Klamath Kails, Oregon.
J Juno ll-July 16
f.NOTICK INVITINO PROPOSALS TO
' MARK HTIIW-.T IMPROVEMENT
I i-ursunni io oruinanco anu oraer
of the Common Ccuncll of the City of
luainnm rails, urcgon, notico is
viiercny given mat proposals win be
received bv unlil Common Council far
4,! making the Improvement designed
'for Improvement of Washington
11 street from Klrst street to Third
, tstn-ot Including Intersections. Said
J jlmproetnent to be made In accord
iance with the plans and spocltlca
Anions or the City Engineer and for
tone of the classes of Improvement
mentioned In sold plans and sneclHca
T itlons and tho ordlnnncn ordering said
2 imiiruveiiieiit. which sntd nntlnnnre Is
numbered f0& and was adopted oni
the 7th day or June, 1&20, and ap-l
proed by tho mayor on the 8th day
tor June. 1920.
Huld plans, specifications and esti
mates of the City Engineer being on
tile In the office nf the l'ollce Judge
and In tho office of the said engineer.
Tbo proposed contract will be let
In one coatract, and the time In
which the same Is to bo completed
Is fixed by said ordinance on or be
for October 15th. 1920. Hlds must
be riled with the Pollco Judge for
submission to the council not later
than 8 o'clock p. m. of the 21st day
of June, 1920, and tbo bids will be
considered by the council Immediate
ly thereafter at the Council Chamber
In said city.
Knch proposal must be nccom
panted by a certified check on some
responsible banking Institution In an
amount enual to ft sr rnt of the
aggregate amount ot tho proposal,
the same to be forfeited to the city
by tho successful bidder upon fallurv
to enter Into contract and bond for
the faithful complctlcn of the said
Improvement In accordance with the
plans and specifications therefor.
The City or Klamath Kails reserv-
Inf .tin rlvht nit iIdia. In rnlltrl nnv
i and all proposals. The award to the
sHHAaflll titrlrtna- la tiaeA Its m Bila An.
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tlngent upon the sale or the bonds
'hat '" be authorized ror providing
runds ror making suah Improvement.
A. L. LEAV1TT.
Police Judge of tho City of
Klamath Kails, Oregon.
XOTH'K IXV1TIXO PItOPOSAI.S TO
MAKK STIUItrr IMPltOVKMliXT
Pursuant to ordinance, and order
of the Comincn Council of the City
of Klamath Kails, Oregon. Notice Is
l 1 l..- '!.. ....m...!. .lll l.n
lieivu; Kuril iii.il iiu'u.ui. iii w
received by said Common Council for
n,nk,lnB "o ,mPr7""ennJL '?"'2
for Improvement of Conger Avenue
irroln northwesterly line or Main
street to lntcrso:tlon of California
' Avenue inclusive. Said improvement
i to be made In nccordnnce with tlm
pinna and specifications of tho City
1 Knglneer and for one of the classes
I of Improvement mentioned In said
pinna nnd speciricatlons nnd the or
idlnnnco ordering said Improvement.
I which snld ordlnanco Is numbered
1 50 4 and was adopted on the 7th day
or June, 1920. nnd apprsved by tne
mayor on the Sth day or June, 1920.
Snld plnns, speciricatlons nnd esti
mates or tho City Knglneer being on
nnd In the office of the said engineer.
Tho proposed contract will b let
In ono contract, and tho time In
which tho same Is to be completed Is
fixed by said ordinance on or boforo
October ISth, 1920. Bids must bo!
filed with tho I'ollcv Judgo for sub
mission to tho couneir not later than
8 o'clock p. m. of the 21st dny of
Juno, 1920, nnd tho bids will bo con
sidered by tho council immediately
thereafter at tho Council Chamber in
Kach proposal must bo accom
panied by a cortlfled chock on somo
responsible bunking Institution In an
amount ei)ual to 5 per cent ot tho ng
gregato amount of the proposal, tho
snmo to bo forfeited to tho city by
tho successful bidder upon failure to
enter Into contract and bond for the
faithful completion ot tho said Im
provement in nccordanco with tho
plans und speciricatlons therotor.
The City of Klamnth Falls reserv
ing the right nt all times to reject any
and all proposals. The award to tho
successful blddor is hereby made con
tingent upon the' sale of tho bonds
that will be authorized for providing
funds for making such improvement.
. The plnns, specifications and esti
mates abovo reforrod to embrace nnd
provldo 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, drainage and cement aide
walks to be laid on westerly side of
A. L. LBAVITT, .
Police Judge ot tbe City ot
Klaaatk Fall, Oregoa.
KUmath Falls Cyclery
We handle the beet In oar line,
each u Motorcycle, Bicycle,
Parte and Accessories, Ooodyesr,
Pennsylvania end Diamond Tlree
and Tubes. The bouie of the
two and three wbeelere, Includ
ing Harley-Davldaon Service.
IIS ft. ttfc M. Blaaaatk rails
We open store every Tuesday and
Friday from lo:00 a. no. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are th good things we can
how. A dollar laved li a dollar earn
ed. In buying good tbngj cheap as
you may learn, you will never be In
debt and have to skip If yon buy your
LUCKY DICK CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of th St,
W. E. McABOY
Builds anything la the cabinet
line. Doors, Brreeas, etc
Shop at 110 Eighth St.
. O. CLEGHORN
am Eaglaeer aad flureyev
Office 617 Mala St.
Pkenea: OflUw 10, Be. ItSJ
O. K. FEED Jb 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. Wisecarrer
Dr. P. M Noel
DR. a A. MASSEY
FoDrth aad Ptae M.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Pbone 47 Rea. Pbone 86M
We Do All Blade ot Bpriaf Beaatf
tag New Oaes Made ( Order
Axle 8trsJateaiac aad
ALL WORK aUARAMTKKD
Plume asVT 17 Wlametb Ave.
7SI Mala Bt
Jack Moarow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drinks,
Peel and Bllllardu
Barber Shop In Connection
Courtesy aad Berrlco'
ARTHUR R. WILBON
EX-8ERVICB MEN, ATTENTION I
Tbe regular meetings
ot Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m., at
the City Hall la KUmath Fall, on
the aecond aad fourth Tuesdays of
sack moath. All Comrades are in-
Thoaa desiring to join the Post
may aeeara appllcatloa blaaka from
.JC, . Trad LJNlclwMM. er
Over Cadet wood's
Bereata aad Mala Btreeti
Pbone 43 4W.
Lootale Bldg., JUmuUB raMa
DK. C. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. V. Dalldtag
Now Opea for
Mra. Rom McDaalela,
301 High St Phone 455
Office Pbone 177W Rea 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Pbysldan and Bargeoa .
Klamath Kails Oregoa
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEOIf
Rooms 1 aasl 9
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. P. Balldias
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Pbone B.
WAJUIEN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phot. 497 Night Phoae. CM
BAW MILL ENGINEERING
Daabraers aad tMUlders of aaed
era Haw Mills, PUaiag Mills, Baa
Plants. Complete plants coatraea.
ed. Appraisals sad reports mad.
Dredging. We coatract to IhUM
say class of a balldlog aad lastal
machinery of aay kind.
Drafting of aay kind done. Btae
Prints aaade. PHONE 14J
Oflce la K. D. Building
I am now prepared to faralak
jbasta Sand from tbe Hoey, CaiH
and and gravel pit. In any quantity
that may be desired by contractor
IX F. ORAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-GUzing and Cabinet
Phone 477W '
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 13?
I. O. O. F.
Meets Krlday night of each week at
I. O. O. P. hall, Sth and Main streets.
Hyman Weschlor, N. a.: W. C. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 48. L O
O. P., meets Tuesday night of aaeh,
week at I. O. O. P. hall. V. II. North,
C P.: W. D. Cofor, Scribe; Fred
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Dudi
In Our Sud."
Corner Main and Conge
About 8,500,000 British womaa
can now vote for members of Parlia
ment and their vote may ansc
soma of tka 8 3. .Laker (
wceesstea of strike. ' ' '