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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
mitht: inviting ntopoHAiM to
MAKK KTIIKKT IMPROVEMENT j
I'urrunnt to ordinance anil order
of (tit- Common Council of (he City o'
Klnitinth KaIIh. Omcon. notice l
l.iinliy given Hint proposal will bo
rcri'lvrit ly said Ciiiniiioii Council (or
miikliiK tin' Imprownii'nl iIi'hIkiipiI
for Improvement of Washington
nlrret from First street to Third
street Including Intersections. Haiti
Improvement to lin made In accord
nncit with tin- plan iitnl polflcn
lion of tin- City engineer iitnl for
one of tlu rlnHHi'N of Improvement
mentioned In milil plan nml piH-flcii.
tluiiK nml the orillniincii ordering said
Improvement, which miiIiI orilitinncu Is
iiiiiiiIh red r.or. n ml was uilnptcil on
tlin 7lh iliiy of June, IftIO, nml ap
proved liy tho inn) or on llio Stli day
f Juno, 1920
HiiIiI pinna, npiTlflrntlonn nml esti
mate of tin- City Engineer IivIhk on
fllo In thu offlco of the Police Juilgt'
nml In tin' office of the hiiIiI engineer.
The proposed contract will ho let
In one contruct, mul the. tlmo In
which the same I to lm complotud
lit flied hy said onllnnnro on or be
' foro Octoher l&lh. 120. IIIiIh must
bo filed with the Pollco Judge for
submission to the council not later
tlmn H o'clock p. in, of the Slut ilny
of June, 1920, anil the bids will bo
,u.i.i.m,i In i lm pfiutirll liniiioillnto-
ly thereafter nt tho Council Chamber
In mid city,
Kuch proposal murt be accom
panied by a cvrtlfleil check en Home
rosponslblo banking Iniitltutlon In on
iiinnunt ciunl to & pur cunt of tho
iiKKrognto amount of thu proposal,
llio name to lm forfeited to tho city
by the successful bidder upon fulluru
to enter Into contruct nml bond for
tho faithful completion of tho said
Improvement In accordance with tho
pinna and HpeclflcalloiiK therefor.
Tho City of Klanmth Falls remov
ing thu rlKlt nt all lime to rejuct any
mul nil proponalH. Thn nwnril to tho
Hiicccatful bidder Ih hereby made con
tlngont upon tho milo of llio bonds
that ill bo nulliorUcil for providing
fundi, for malting b Improvement.
Tho plans, HimclflcntlcnB ami estl
maloH nbovu referred to embrace and
provide that tho proposed Improve,
inent may be iiuide, iisIiik bltulltlilc,
Oil Macadam or cinder and bids nru
' Invited for each clnnii. In nddltlon to
grading, curbing, drainage mid co
A. !.. I.UAVITT,
Pollco JmlKO of tho City of
Klamath Kail, Oregon.
lll.KH ATTENTION ,
Pursuant to tho will of Klamath
Falls Lodge No, 1247 11. P. 0. Elks,
sessions for tho transaction of regu
lar and special business will bo held
Try Thursday up to. and deluding
July I, 1920. C. A. HAYDBN.
11-17 Act. Exalted Ruler.
CleanlMess Reasonable Rates
The Central Hotel
' New Throughout
IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH PRICES THE
AVERAGE CITIZEN WILL BE GLAD TO FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE THAT IS WITHIN HIS REACH
AND WHICH FURNISHES EVERYTHING THAT
HE COULD WISH FOR A GOOD BED, A CLEAN
ROOM, PERFECT VENTILATION. THESE YOU
WILL FIND AT THE 'CENTRAL HOTEL. SEV
ENTY ROOMS IN THIS GREAT HOSTELRY ARE
NOW READY AND THIS NUMBER IS BEING
ADDED TO AS FAST AS THEY CAN BE FIN
ISHED AND FURNISHED.
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO PERMANENT
ROOMERS. NO BETTER SPRINGS, MATTRESS
OR BEDDING ARE MADE THAN THOSE FOUND
AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
J. J. KELLER, Manager.
Get into the habtt of drinking
glass of hot water before
MIIIIoiin of folks bathe internally
now Instead of lomlliiK their H)elom
with drug. ''What's mi inutile
bath"? you nay. Well, It li guuran
teed to perform nilriiclos according
to hot water enthuKliiHt.
I Thero nro vimt numbers of men I
'and women who, Immediately upon I
arising In tho mornluK, drink a glass,
of hot water with u tentipoonful of,
llmeHtona phniiphate in It. TIiIh Is n
very excellent health measure, It li
'Intended to flush thu xtomuch, liver,
klduo)H and Intestines of thu previ
ous day'n wnsto, sour bile and Inill-
Igestlble material left over In thn
body wlilcli ir not t'liminutcii every
duy, become food for tho mlllons of
bacteria which Infest the bowels, tho
quick result It poisons and toxins
wlilntt urn ttinn nhsnrliAil Intn the
j blood, causing headache, bilious at
tacks, foul breath, ban taste, rotas,
stomach trouble, kidney misery,
sleeplessness, Impure blood and all
sorts of ailments.
People who feel Reed ono day and
badly the next, but who simply can
not get fooling right are urged to ob
tain a ((uurtur pound of limestone
phosphate .at the driiR storo. This
will cost ory little hut Is sufficient
to mnku anyone n real crank on tho
subject of Internal sanitation.
notici; ok ham: ok school
School district No. 1 'will receive
sealed bids for Ilia en tiro Issuo or
any part of tho Issuo of tho bonds
which will bo Issued in denomination
o flOOO nml """ bond, llonds
benr 0 por cont InteroBt, payable
semiannually, redcomnblo as fol fel fol
eows: $300(1 n 11 years.
f3t)00 in 12 yenrs.
$3000 In 13 years.
$1000 In 14 years.
$4000 in K yours.
$4000 In 16 years,
$4000 In 17 years.
$4000 In 18 years,
$4000 in 19 ears.
$4500 In 20 years.
To be redeemed consecutively ac
cording to serial number, the bid to
be accompanied by certified sheck
(or 5 per cent of the bid. Bids will
be opened Tuesday, June Jl. 1M0.
IDA B. MOMYKR,
$.22 - School Clark.
ffftlffHHIMt Ml llUt
RUMANIA IN NEED
OF MANY BRIDGES
CONBTANTZA, Rumania. May 21.
( Ujr Mall,) Owing to the general
destruction of bridges during the
war there Is nn exceptional oppor
tunity In Humnnln for American
bridge builders. A brldgo over the
Danube to connect Itumanl.1 with
Herhla Is being considered by the
Kuiunnlnn government. Thero nre
IS Important bridges In other parts
of Humnnln awaiting reconstruction,.
In addition, tho great bridge over
tho Dnnubo at Ccmnvoda, In ninny
respects tho grentest structure In
Kiiropc, must be reconstructed. This
bridge, known as tho King Carol
brldgo, Is 12C0 feet long and 11.4
feet nbovo high wator.
A Classified Ad will sell It.
NOTICK FOR HIDH OV HOUND
LAKH SCHOOL HOITHE
Sealed bids will be received by
School District No. 26 up to twelve
o'clock July 1st, for tho construction
of a new school building according
to plans and specifications on file
and available for Inspection at the
Klrst National Hank of Klamath
Falls, Oregon. Tho building to bo
completed- by September 1st, All
bids to bo accompanlod with a cert I
flod check for flvo per rent of the
contract price. Tho right to roject
any mid all bids Is reserved. Jllds
nay .bo left at tho First National
NOTICK OK HALF! OK DRAINAGE
SKALKD PROPOSALS will bo re
ceived by tho Hoard of Supervisors
of tho Klamath Drainage District of
Klamnth County, Oregon, nt tho of
tlco of Bald Hoard which Is In tho
Court Hon In tho City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon, for tho purchase of
$200,000.00 of tho llonds of 'saliT
Klamath Dralnago District, until tho
'hour of two o'clock In the afternoon
en tho 17th dny of July, A. D. 1920,
Said llonds aro to be dated July
1st, 1920, and aro to boar Interest
from date at tho rate of six per cent
per annum, payablo on the first dny
of January and the first day of 'July
of each year.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors reserve
the right to reject any and all pro
posals for any reason and It not sat
isfactory to said Board.
Address all communications and
all proposals to the undersigned.
C. R. DS LAP.
Secretary of Klamath Drataage
District. Klaaatk Flls, Oracoa,
Just 11-July II
MKXICO CITY, May 30.. (By
Mall,) Dr. Jose dl Oablrele, the
crucified by the Indian Inhabitants
of Tequltlstlsn, Oaxaca, last flood
Friday, arrived rxcenlly In Mexico
City, enroute to his home in Pa
chuca, apparently little the worse
physically, but still harboring his be
liefs. Dr. Oarblele appeared In Oaxaca
early In Unt, proclaiming himself
to be the Savior and so worked on
the superstitious and Ignorant In
dians that they crucified him, using
railway spikes to nail him to a crude
cross. He was taken down the next
day and survived bis ordeal, being
viewed by thousands on Easter.
News of the crucifixion reached
the capital of the state, Tebuantepec
and the governor ordered Dl flsbrl
ele brought there. A great proces
sion followed the cart in which be
was transported. Later the mayor of
TequUlstlan, who acted as the Ro
man centurion and four other princi
pal figures In the crucifixion, were
LOMKIN HAH TOO MANY
Cm'ltCHICH; TO ItAZK HOME
LONDON, May 28. (By Mall.)
The commission appointed by the
Bishop of London to consider tbe
question of superfluous city churches
recommends the demolition of 19 of
which 13 were built by Sir Christo
pher Wren. The value of tbclr sites!
Is over 11,300,000.
SALTS FINE FOR
We eat too mach meat which clog
Kidneys, thea the Hat
Most folks forget that tbe kid
neys, like the bowels, get sluggish
and clogged and need a flushlna oc
casionally, else we have backache
and dull misery In the kidney re
gion, severe headaches, rheumatic
twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach,
sleeplessness and all sorts or Blad
You simply must keep yoar kid
neys active and clean; and the mo
ment you feel an ache or pain In the
kidney region, get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any good drug
tore here, take a tablespoonlul In
1 Kin's of water before breakfast
for a fow days and your kidneys will
act One. This famous salta la made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
lulce. combined with llthla, and la
harmless to flush clogged kidneys
and stimulates them to normal activ
ity. It also neutralizes the aclda In
the urine so It no longer Irritates,
thus ending hlidder disorder.
Jad Salts Is harmless: Inexpen
re: makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-watcr drink which, everybody
hould take now and then to keep
their kidneys clean, thus avoiding
A woll- known local druggist says
ho sells lots of Jad Salts to folks
who believe In overcoming kidney
trouble whllo It Is only trouble.
XOTlCi: INVITINO PROPOSALS TO
MAKK. KTI'.Kirr IMPIIOVKMKXT
Pursuant tn ordinance and order
of the CommT Council of the City
of Klnmaiti Falls, OreRon. notlco Is
hereby given thnt proposals will be
received by said Common Council for
milking the Improvement designed
for Improvement of Conaer Avonuo
from northwesterly lino of Main
street to Intersection of 'California
Avenue Inclusive. Said Improvement
to bo mndo In nccordunco with tho
plans nml speclflcntlons of the City
Knglneer and for ono of the classes
of Improvement mentioned In said
plans and specifications and the or
dinance ordering said Improvement,
which said ordinance Is numbered
504 and was adopted on the 7th day
of Juno, 1920. and approved by the
mayor on tho 8th day of June, 1920.
Said plans, specifications and esti
mates of the City Engineer talng on
file In tbe office of tho Pollco Judge
and In the office of the said engineer.
Tbe proposed contract will be let
In cno contract, and tho time In
which the same Is to bo completed Is
fixed by said ordinance on or beforo
October 15th, 1920. Bids must be
filed with tho Pollco Judge for sub
mission to tho council not later than
S o'clock p. m. of tho 21st day of
June, 1920, and tho bids will bo con
sidered by tho council Immediately
theroufter nt the Council Chamber In
Each proposal must bo accom
panied by n certified check on somo
responsible banking Institution In an
amount equal to 5 per cent of the ag
gregate amount of tho proposal, tho
samo to bo forfeited to tho city by
tho successful bidder upon fnllure to
outer Into contract and bond for the
faithful completion of tho said Im
provement In nccordanco with the
plans and speclflcntlons therefor.
Tho City of Klamath Falls reserv
Inir the rlaht at all times to roject any
and all proposals. Tho award to tho
successful bidder is heroby made con
tingent upon the sate of, tho uonas
that will be authorlred for providing
funds for making such Improvemont.
T in Diana, sneclflcatlons ana esti
mates above reterrod to embrace and
nrovida that the Dronosed improve
ment may be made using bltullthlc
or Oil Macadam and bids are Invited
for each class, In addition to grading,
curbing, drainage and cement side
walks to bo' laid on westerly side of
A. U. L.I3AV11-.1,
Foltoe Judge of the City .of
Klamath Falls, Orogoa.
lvarl 4 1 1 ftJgW.
n I Hi
Klamath Falb Cyckry
We haadle tbe beat la oar llae,
sack m Motorcycle, Bicycles,
Parts and Accessories, Ooodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tlrea
and Tube. The bouse of tbe
I two and Una wkeelers, Uclad-
lag Harley-Darldsoa Servlea.
us a. m at,
Wo open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. as. to 4:00 p. as.
Many aro too cood thlsn wi eon
show. A dollar saved la a dollar orn-
ed. ia bayng good (Bag cheap at
you say leant, yoa will aevar be la
debt and have to oklp If yoa buy yoar
LDCKY DICK ft CO.
301 Klamath Ave. Corner of tk St,
327 MAIN STREET
W. E. McABOY
BalMa aartbJag to tbo
Uae, Poora, Hrrewn, ate.
Shop at 110 Klgktb at.
J. O. CUOIOKI .
Civil amgsaaer ami aanoft
Offleo 117 Mala at
Pkoaeat Oatoo IN, Bam. 1MI
O. K. FEED 4b 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. & Wiaacarvar
Dr. P. M. Noal
Omalk mmA Mala
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fourth and Pine Sts.
In Warren Hunt Hospital
Off. Phone 497 Res. Phone 86M
We Do AU Ktada of Bpriag Repair.
lag Now Oaea Made to Orde
Axle Btraigat lag ami
, AIX WORK OV.
Phoae aat-T aiT Wlamath Avo. (
Pbone 40 7I Mala St.
Ire Cream, Caadias
. Jack Moarow, Proa.
Cigars, Tobacco. Soft Drlaks,
Peel and Billiards
Darber Shop In Connection
routes? aad Sernos"
ARTHUR R. W1MON
EX-BERVICB MEN, ATTENTION I
Tbe regular meeting
'of Klamath Poat No. 8.
American Legion, will be
held at o'clock P. m at
the City Hall la Klamath Falls, on
tn second aad fourth Tuesday oi
each montk. All Comrade are In
vited. These 'airlag;u Jola tb Po.t
may aaemra appUeaOoa blank from
, K.vaa auaar, ryaa icboj
M. 4Jaapa Klamath Parnv
ramp MIOSOtaON, aMrawy
L O. O. 9.
How Oaea for
Ufa. lUaa afrfTaasem.
301 High St PhoM4H
Mf Pbone 177W Res 177aV
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
nyalrlaa aadl 0arg
I Klomatb' rails
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician add
Office and Residence
L.O. O. F. Temple
PHV8ICIAX AND BUROB09
Rooms 1 astd'a
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND 8CRGBON
I. O. O. F. HalMlag
Residence Whits Pelleaa Rota
Residence Phone S.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKRGN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Pfcoae, 407 Night Pbsme, BM
HAW MILTi ENGINEERING A,
Draigsjera aad bmlldera of asoaV
rrn saw iuIIIk, pUalag -mils sail
bos pUati. Dredglsg. Pile dWvis.
Office Corner Spring aad Oak
Near H. I. Depot
I am now nnuimrnA tn rnmmtm
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam..
and and gravel pit. tn any Quantity
that may be desired by contractesa
. AL r. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klaaaatk Lodge Ne, 137
L O. a F.
.Meets Friday night of each week at
I. O, O. P. hall.th and Main street.
Hyman Wescbler, N. O.; W. C. Walls,
Secretary; W. D. Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna aneampmeat No. 4 a, i. o
O. P., meet Tuesday nlgbt of sash
week at I. O. O. P. hall. W. H. North.
C P.; w. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
NEW CJTY LAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
, In Our. Suds"
Corner Main and Cougar
The New York Stato Federatloa
of" Farm," Bureaus opposed laalllatioa
with organised labor oa tke greaad
that 'the twa' a; a:4ea'taY'e