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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1920)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1020
1-HE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Sunday at the Liberty
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Hon, uml npprovliiR tliu plum, sped
ftiutlotis utul estimate ut cost sub
mitted by tho City Knglneor.
A. L. LKAV1TT,
Police J mini).
Dated August 10, 1M0. 12-SJ
HAVE YOU 1NHUHED YOU II HAY?
NAZIMOVA WTHE HEART OF A CHILD"
Sunday at the Liberty
Tho City Engineer, pursuant to
Resolution of the Common Council
heretofore adopted. having on tho
ltth day or July. 1930, tiled plan.
specification! and estimates of tho
cost of Improving tho alloy passing
from nth to 6th Streets, parallel
with Main Street through tho center
of Block 37, original town of Klam
ath Kails, Oregon, same being bound
ed on tho northerly side by lots G to
14 Inclusive and on tho southerly
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
Radishes Ripe Olives
Chicken Gumbo, a la Creole
, s SALAD
Spring Vegetable Salad
Boiled Salmon, Hollandatse
ENTREES r ,
Choice of ,
Chicken Fricassee with Dumplings, ,
One-half Spring Chicken. Country Style, -"
Milk fed Veal Cutlets, Breaded, "Mt
Mashed Potatoes Garden Peas
W " -"i Chrtos ot
Rice Custard Pudding, Strawberry or Vanilla
Ico Cream t
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They are here!
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Watermelons, 2 l-2c per lb.
llantoloupesy large, - 10r
small. - - 5c
"The Store That Keeps the
l(lo by lots 1, 2. 3 and 4 of said
Block 37, uml tlio Council having
taken the sumo under advisement
und finding snld plans, specifications
and estimate satisfactory.
BR IT 1IKKKUV RESOLVED, that
said plans, specifications and esti
mates for tho Imprawtment of said
alley be. and tliu same are horeby
UK IT FURTHKIt RESOLVED,
that thu Common Council hereby de
clares Its lutentlon to Improve said
alley In accprdanco with the said
plans, specifications and estimates,
said Improvements to consist of pav
ing said alley with bltulltblc pave
ment at an estltnatod cost of fl,
CSS.00; oil macadam pa'vement at
an estimated cost of $1,030.00 or
concrete pavement at an estimated
cost of $1467.00, said Improvement
In either ovent to Include grading
and rolling snld ullvy; said Improve
ment to bo lf feet tidu throughout
Its entire distance uml
UK IT FURTHKIt RESOLVED
by tbo Common Council that the
property hereinafter described be,
and the sumo hereby Is declared to
bo benefitted, to-wlt:
Lots 1, 2, 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.
13. 13 and 14, of Block 37. original
town of Klamuth Falls. Oregon, und
that said property above described
he, und hereby Is declared to be as-
sensed for tho expense of said Im
BK IT FURTHER It ESOLVKD,
uiui .Monday, thu 33rd day of Aug
UBt. 1920. ut the hour of 8 o'clock
P. M. at thu council chambers of thu
Common Council In tho City Hall at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, be fixed as
tbo time und plucu for hearing ob
Juctlons and remonstrances against
tho suld proposed Improvement and
tho Police Judge be, and ho hereby
Is directed to cause notice of said
hearing to bo published us by Char
STATK OF OKKOON. )
COUNTV OF KLAMATH. )ss.
CITY OF KLAMATH FALLS.)
I, A. L. Imvitt. Police Judge of
tho City or Klamuth Falls, Oregon,
do hereby certify that the foreitolnr
is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion adopted by tho Common Coun
cil on tbo duy of July, 1820,
declaring its Intention of imnrovlnr
tho alloy passing from Cth to 6th
Htreots. parallel with Main Street
through tho center of Block 37, or-
A spark blown about by a vagrant
breose, aui almost unnullceablo
smudge, a smalt blase which rapidly
develops Into an uncontrollable Are,
and your hay crop, representing
months ot care and hard work, la re
duced to useless nshos. This Is a
frequent occurenco throughout ths
country. You can't bring back the
liny, hut you cuu 'recover Us equiva
lent In dollars If you huvu had It In
sured, uud dollars can buy morn liny,
ir your hay la not Insured you lose
heavily and loredoomably. Tbo cost
of lusuruuco a nominal. Lot us In
sure your crop In n company that Is
prompt and reliable. James II. Drls
coll, Room 4, Loomts Building. 9
Irish Travsl Stops.
The tourist resorts of Ireland the
Lakes of Klllarney aud (llenifurrlff-
lime suffered greatly during the nr
and the resumption of normal condi
tions, with freedom of travel for pleus
lire, will be required to bring buck
their old-time prosperity. Ho Queens
town and, to a smaller degree, the
city of Cork has been affected by the
entire cessation of the extensile pas
senger traffic to and from the United
States. Queenstown was the princi
pal port for Irish emigration to the
United States, and the change In that
respect Is highly significant. There
are more young men In Ireland toduy
than there were for very many years
before the war. Emigration, which
for the ten years ending March 1, 1011,
atcrnged IWOfl from all Ireland, fell
In 1017 to 2.111. apd In 1018 to IW0
nathes of Ireland. Embarkation of
emigrants and others from Queens
town which amounted to 20,88.1 In 1013,
and 21.430 In 1014, stopped altogether
In November, 1014.
Snakes Friends of Farmsr.
A correspondent who Is Interested
In snakes as well as flowers and birds
and (be other more popular things In
nature writes that he has gratifying
success lu locating snakes by merely
listening for their milling lu the dry
leates. If one's ears are specially
trained for snske noises there Is no
good reason why this method should
not be really practical. Unquestionably
the majority of wood wanderers ure
almost blind In this matter of snakts.
Unless w. almost step on him we sel
dom know that he la lurking near at
band and remaining very still la the
hope hat he will not b. sots. All
our snskes are practically defenseless.
Tbey are not only Inoffensive and tim
id creatures, but also highly useful
frbnds of lbs fanner. Possibly the
imhy Miukes are In less danger than
the uilnltt The little fellows are less
roiiopkuous, and, us liefore noted, they
rau hide In ver) smalt refuges.
Mistress (sfler abseuce) It's no use,
flridgel, jou've woiu one of my uew
skirts and you can't get out of It
Bridget Begurry, mum, If thot'a so
Ol'd be wearln' II this uiliilt, wouldn't
OtT Boston Transcript
Several five-passenger Fords.
On. Ford roadster, runabout, 1919
model, Al condition.
On. Ford speedster, complotoly
overhauled, new body with top, wind
shield and fenders.
One model 95 Overland.
Ono 1918 Chevrolet, good condi
tion. Ono 191S Ford, motor Just over
hauled. KLAMATH FALLS AUTO
1107 Mala Street
Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00
Dill Pick lee
Ripe OIIvoh In Oil
Turkey Broth with Rice
Lettuce and Tomato Salad
Baked Whlteflsh, Sauce Figaro
Fried Spring Chicken, Country Stylo,
Roast Premium Ham, Candlod Sweet Potatoes
Fricassee of Chicken, Parsley Dumplings
Mushed Now Potutoes String Beans, Paulotto
Choice of .
Vunllla Ico Cream, Bread aud Dutter Pudding,
Bananu Sauce, One-half Imperial Cantaloupe,
Coffeo ice Tea Milk
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sure Hie goods wo carry will
not In lull behind.
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Sixth St, between Main and Klamath