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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS.' OREGON
TUK8DAY, AUOCftT JM, IMS
l'l.YMOlJTII, Hug.. July 30, (lly
Mull), A rlvlo reception anil concur!
In KUlliUmll horn will bvgln Ihn eight
dny' round nf fontlvlllen With which
Plymouth will rnlubrnln tlui Tercen
tenary uf tint NitllliiK of tint Pilgrim
KuthiirH rroiii thin iorl. Tim recep
t Ion will In' hi' lit thn evening of Hep
tciiilmr 3. Miiyor l.ovidl It. Ihin-tiiti
On Knliintiiy, Knplnmhnr i, thorn
will In) n llturiiry mnl historical run
fcrciiMi under the unlcv of tint
Mayflower kmiiicII. During (hi) rift
ernonii there will ho u hlslnrliicl pro
tnlnn will In Ilfill gunst of tho Lord
Mayor will ho taken on a Menmnr
trl through tho harhor. Thorn will
x ho a unllvil religion rolohrntlnn at
tho r.iillilhnll In tho uvcnlng.
Onn of tho iiifint Imprcimlvo fea
ture of thn wenk'n prngrnm will In; n
service to ho hulil Hiinitny, Hnptomhor
' K, at tho "Mayflower Meno" on thy
Ilarhlrau tho Hiol whence tho 111
grlm Fathers omlmrkcil anil where
thn crow uf tho America enplnnn
NC- iiIIrIiIuiI nftor Hit nerlnl repay
mciit of tho hlnlory-mukliig vnyngn
On Monday thn llrllliili anil For
eign Hnllor' society will open tho
(tailors' Hostel, thn KngllRh Hpeuklng
union will i;lvn a liinclicon to thn
ninyor, rorporntlnn nfflrlnl and
KOO delcgnte, ami thn foundation
Meno of thn Mil) flower hall being
creeled hy thn Hulviillnn Army will
ho laid. Thnri) will ho civic rvli'hrn-
Hoiih on thn "I loo," tho high rlilKo a
inlln long fronting thn niiint beautiful
part of I'lymniith hay. Tho mayor
will kIvo a bnrniuot to 250 guests In
Tuesday' tiroKram Include n
motor trip for 200 guest of thn
mayor to Princeton, Aslilmrtoii, Now
ton Ahhot, Tntne ntul Tornuny
neighboring plnre of hlstoria Inter
ct anil noted for ttmlr scenic be ini
tio. At Toniuiiy tho muyor anil cor
poration of that horoiiKli will receive
the visitor ami enterlnln thoui at
luncheon In tho town hall. A gurdon
party at Torro Abbey will follow. In
tho eVenliiK thnro will ho a public
meeting with American sponknrs.
lMty Alitor will give a gurden
party Wednesday aftnrnoon at Halt
rani park, thn homo of l.ntd Morlcy.
It Ik expected 000 will attend. An
other fuiirtlon linn Iwen nrrnnged hy
tho mayor of I'lymniith to ho held at
thu corporation immciim during tho
A lunctiKnn and gnrden party will
ho given Thursday hy tho Women'
section of Ihn Krei Church council.
A vllt to thn Rovornment naval
tahllihuienlH will ton at Kdgecombo,
tho homo of Ihn onrl nnd, counter of
KdRcomho, anil a theatrical Rala will
romplato thin ilay' program,
A charabanc excumlon for 400
ruphI to llurrator, tho artificial lako
which tuppllcM Plymouth with water.
ond ten at lluckland Ahhoy where
Ijidy Seaton will ho hostess have
been arranged for Friday.
Huturday's hcIiciIiio for tho vis.
I tori) Include a reRiitta and swim
mlnK exhibition off tho Hoo.
Kach day of tho celebration thnro
will bo n performance of tho Tercen
tenary pageant which hn been ar
ranged by tho Mayflower council.
Kach householder In Plymouth haH
been requested by thn mayor to ill
play thn Amorlcnn flag; from hi
homo during tho feitlval weok.
Vermont university IioiihIh one of
thn heat vamlly nine In It. history.
llopo Frisco, Ihn $1.1,60(1 yearling, I
iimiiimI by II. W. Ilaiian of Ilrooklyn.
Unherlly of Kentucky will erect n
mod vi n Htaillum on It Lexington field.
Why not let Kir Tliiuim hni tin
nipT Wo hum nothing with which to
Mil It now,
tienrgc Ciirjieiiiler hn a tnlet and
swoliiry, mid l)ciiip-cy HIH ,m.j,.f
Hiislcrn llllercnlleulnle gf rlitim
ploualilpK will take pluco on thn Nan
will Ciilinlry Hub's Lung IMiiml link,
June '.".! to '.'II.
-Mutter appear to he pretty i!il In
llin tank nf thu brittle IIich.. il.,.
illmt he tliat Fred I'lillon ha kunikeil
"II of tho uear-cliauipliiu crnp ioM.
llonlon Mich rliool regluienial In
ili'r earnlval held recnilly atlraeted
u total of 1.0IN conlexliuitH. Alhleli
were permitted to lompetu In only one
Hi Id event,
Tho rmthnlll-tN urn beginning prep
niiiiloii tliiu uirly for next fall'
eiiinpalgii. Tliey rvldently helleu In
the old aphiirlMii: "In time uf peuiv
prepare rnr war,"
Patriot who exiM-ct to tiny n war-
time print at the Deuip-ey-Curpcntler
light Nhould be guided hy the I'reurh
iliamplnii'- Up that he will need only
nix round to Luoik the Aiuerliun out.
Intert'olleglnti) A-ocliillou of Ama
teur Athletic of America In compov d
of ,'C! cnllege. L'nhcrnlly of Clncln
mill, Wlllliiinx, Holy t'roHi and Itoiiton
tollege having Joint d thu unionization
Arthur Kennett of IJalhouriie. i:ng.
hind, hn accepted a -lllon a pro
tekuloiial at the Pund du l.ac (Wl.)
Comitr) club. 'I be counio I a new
uie ami Kennett will bo In clinrgu of
the coiiHlriictlon work.
NOTIMH INVITINO I'ltOI'OHATH Tf)
MAKIJ HTIIICKT IMI'lUlVKMIC.NTH.
JOE WOOD MAY PITCH AGAIN
Pumiant to ordinance nnd ordnr.
of thn Common Council of tho City
of Klamath Kail. OrnKon, notice I
lieriHiy given that proio-alK will bo
rocolved hy nld Council for making
tho Improvement deli!ned for 0th
Ht. from Plno'Ht. to High Ht 7th
Htrnat from Pine to Wanhlngton Ht,
nnd High Ht. from fith to 8th
lrnet, Including Intc-Hectlon.---
Hnld Improvement lo bo In accord
anco with thn plan nnd uneclflca
lion or tho city i.'nclnecr nnd for
onn of thn claa of Improvement
mentioned in mild plan nnd noc fl
cation nnd tho ordinance ordering
nald Improvement, which ald ordin
ance No. r,20 vvn ndoptsd on tho
lfith day of Aug,, 1020, nnd approv
ed hy tho mayor on tho 17th day of
Kald plan, npoclflciHoni and or
tlmnte of tho city Knglneer being
on file In thn office of tho Police
Judgo and In tho office of tho nld
Tho proponed contract will hn lot
In onn contract, npd tho tlmo In
which tho Katnn I to ho completed
Ih fixed hy n Id nrdlnnnco on or bo-
foro tiriobnr ic, 1920., Did mut
hn film) with the Police Judgo for
iilml"!on to tlm council not Inter
thun K o'clock I'. M. nf tho .10th
day of AiiRUHt, 1020, and thn hid
will tin ronaldorod hy tho council
Immediately thnrnaflor nt the coun
cil thnmher In -aid city.
Kach propoHnl mu-1 ho nrcompan
led hy n certified check on no mo ro
puunlhlo hanking Inntltutlon In nn
amount enual to & per cent of tho
nggregnto nmount of tho proponl,
Ilio Htnn to bn forfeited to thn city
hy tho HiicccH-ful bidder upon fnlluro
to ontcr Into contract and bond for
tho faithful completion of thn nld
Improvement In nccordnnco with tho
plan and upcclflcatlon therefor,
Tho City of Klamath Knlll ro
Horvlng thn right nt nil time to ro
Ject any nnd nil propoanl. Thn
nwnrd to tho nucronaful bidder I
hereby mndo contingent upon the
nalo of thn bond that will hn au
thorized for providing funds for
making mich Improvement.
Tho plans, upcclflcatlon and c
tlmnte above referred to embrnco
nnd provide, that tho propoxod Im
provement may hn made, utilnB bit
ulltblc, oil macadam or concrete
pavement, nnd hid nrn Invited for
earli clns In nddltlon to grading.
curbing, drainage and cement nlilo-
A. I.. I.HAV1TT.
Pollen Judge of tho City of Klam
ath Fall, Oregon.
Dated: AURUit l.. 1920,
Dr. James' Headache Fowderi ro.
Uave at onc- 10 cent a
You tka ft Dr. .T-.inV TT...I..I..
lewder Mid In juit few moment
your head clear Mid all neuralgia and
dlUre vanitliM. If tho quickest
and aureat relief for headache, whether
dull, throbbing, apllttlng or nerve
focklng. 8nd aomeone to the drug
,11? nni Prt iltM Pekngo now.
Quit ufrnrrng-lf ao needle,-. rB(,
ore 'on gel I)r. .TarnM1' Headacho
"wi-- iucn mere will be no dl.aii
Klamath Falls Cyclery
We handle the beat' lo our line,
uch aa Motorcycle, Ulcycle,
Parte and Arrpflnrlne. nnnitvnar.
I I'ennaylranla and Diamond Tires
ana lane. Tbo bouse or the
two and three wheelers, Includ
ing Harley-Davldgon Benrloe.
C. B. BUMARK
118 B. ttis Bi, Klamath BaHi
xtyricu i.vviTi.Nfi imiopohalh to
.-i.i hi; hthi;i;t IMI'IIOVKMK.VTH
327 MAIN STREET
Speaker Hope That Former Ooaton
lied Sox Clar Will Be Able
to llfiumi Box Work.
Trl- HpenLrr hn hoiie that Kmnky
Joe Wood moy inine hack thl year
a a plli tier, 'the Indian malinger
will da n Joe a an oullleldcr, how
ever, until the Kcniiiu vvenr on and
bvbbbbbbbbV Hav - avnaBa
SaSBSaSBfaM w..'t'w N,.ir.j.i i'nwijf
I bbbbbbbV 1& 1 1
YOVIt NKW SUIT
will atnnd Inspection and command
approbation If you have us tailor It
for you from our exctuslvo fabrics In
our accustomed suporlor stylo. We
guarantoo a porfoct fit always. Tho
wearer of a suit made by us bas
always the satisfaction of fooling
btmsolf perfoctly dressod.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
511 Mm!a Strati
he has had a chance to get his arm
hack. Wood I willing to work any
plnce for Speaker, lie n:
"If .Speaker wnni mo to pitch, I
will try- to come hack lu tho box. If
ho wnnts me ns nn Inflrlder, I'll bo
nn luflelder. Otherwise, 1 will cou-
'tlnue aa an outfielder.
KI.AMATII COUNTS ON
00 POUNDS AN ACUK
LA anANDU, Oro., Aug. 24.
I'oppormnlt oil, 32 gallons of It from
an olght-acro truct will not n local
farmer a comtortablo sum, as ha has
been offorod f 64 a gallon for It. Tho
mint was planted only a year pro
vIouh on u ranch In tho Qrundo
A classified Ad will noil It.
"Ten Thousand Dollar Hay. Croo
Burned; No Insurance."
How ofton you havo road head
lines llko tho abovo. Do thoymoan
anything to youT Do not Instances
llko this touch you tho valuo of pro
teotlon tho nocosslty for adequate
ly Insuring your crop as a safe
guard for you and your dopondentsT
Fires start onslly, especially In hay
stacks, nnd thoy aro lmposslblo to
quonch aftor thoy have made the
Hlfghtoat headway. Is your hay In
suroai tr not, see me, ana lot me
company la existence. Jos. Drts
coll, Room 4, Loorals Bldg.. Olty.
Thn City Knglueer, puraunnt to
Itcnotutlon of thn Common Council
herotofnro adopted, having on tho
19th day of July, 1920, filed plan,
specifications nnd eatlmntes of the
coat of Improving the alley pausing
from nth to 6th Street, parallel
with Main Htreet through the center
of lllock 16, orlRlnnl town of Klam
nth Fall, Oregon, sumo being bound
ed on tho northerly side hy lot &,
C, 7 nnd 8, nnd on tho southerly aide
hy lot 1. 2. .1 nnd 4. of nld lllock
IC, nnd tho Council having taken
thn same unfior ndvlnement and find
ing -aid plan, upcclflcatlon and es
III: IT IIKHKIIY IlESOLVKn, that
nld plan, specification and esti
mate for tho Improvement of said
alley bn, and tho tamo aro hereby
UK IT FURTHER. Ilr.SOI.VED,
that thn'Common Council hereby do
clnrcs Its Intention to Improve said
alloy In nccordnnco with thu auld
Plan. NPociricntmna and cstimntos,
said Improvement to consist of pav
ing said alloy with bttullthlc pave
ment nt an estimated cost of !,
&7G.00: oil mncadnm pavement at
an cstlmatod cost of 1930.00 or con
crete pavomont nt an estimated cost
of $1380.00, said Improvement In
olthor ovont to Includo grading and
rolling said alloy; said improvement
to ho IC feet wide throughout Its
entlro distance, nnd
Hi: IT FURTHER RESOLVED
by tho Common Council that tho
property horelnaftor described be,
nnd tho aamo horeby Is declared to
bo bonoflttcd, to-wlt:
Lot 1, 2, 3, 4, C, 6, 7 and 8 of
lllock 16, of original town of Klam
nth Fnlls, Oregon, nnd that said
property nhovo described bo, and
hereby Is doclnred to ho nssciisod for
tbo oxpenso of said Improvement,
HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that Mondny, tho 23rd day of Aug
ust, 1920, at tho hour of 8 o'clock
V. M. at tho council 'chnmbor of
tho Common Council In tho City
Hall at Klamath Falls, Oregon, bo
tlxod a tho time and place for bear
ing objections nnd remonstrances
ugalnst tho said proposed Improve
ment and tho Pollco Judgo bo, nnd be
horeby Is directed to causo notlco of
said hoaring to bo published as by
STATE OF OREOON.
COUNTY OF KLAMATH. )es
CITY OF KLAMATH FALLS.)
I, A. L. Leavltt, Pollco Judge of
tho City of Kluninth Falls, Oregon,
do horeby certify. that tho foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion adopted by the Common Cpuncll
on tho 9th day of August,-1920, de
claring Its Intention of improving
the alloy passing from Gth'to 6th
Streets, parallel with Main Streot,
through tbo center of Block 16, or
iginal town of Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, and approving tbo plans, specifi
cations and estimates of cost sub
mitted by tho City Englnoer.
A. L. LHAVITT,
Dated August 10, 1920. 12-23
Pursuant to ordinance and nr.W
of the Common Council of tho City'
ui ivnimaui 1'itii. uregon, notlco I
horeby given thnt proposal will bo
received hy said Council for making
tho Improvement doslgned for Wash
ington Ht. from First Ht. westerly to
Ewauna lloulovnrd. Haiti Improve
ment to ho mndo In accordance with
Plan and specification of tho City
Englnoer nnd for ono of tho classes
of Improvement mentioned In said
plan and specifications nnd tho or
dinance ordering said Improvement,
which -am onnnnnco no. bn was
adopted on tho 9th day of August,
1920, nnd approved by tho mayor on
tho llth day of August, 1920,
Hald plan, specifications and es
timate of tho City Engineer being
on inu in mo nnicn or tho Police
Judge and In thn offico of said Engineer.
Tho proposed contract will bn let
In ono contrnct, nnd tho tlmo In
which tho sumo Is to bo completed
I fixed hy said ordinance nn or bo
foro October 1G, 1920. Hlds must
ho filed with tho Pollen Judcn for
submission to tho council not later
man h o'clock P. M. of tho 30th day
of August, 1920, and tho hid will
bo considered by tho Council Imme
diately thereafter at ttio council
chamber In said city.
Kach proposal must ho accompan
ied hy n certified check on omo re
ponslhln hanking Institution In an
nmount equal to G per cent of the
nggregato nmount of tho proposal,
thn same to ho forfeited to tho city
hy thn successful bidder upon fnlluro
to enter Into contrnct nnd bond for
tho faithful completion of tho said
Improvement In nccordnnco with tho
plans nnd specifications therefor.
The City of Klnmnth Foil resorr
Ing thn right nt nil times to roioct
nny nnd nil proposals. Tho award
to thu successful bidder Is horeby
mndo contingent upon the salo of tho
bond that will bo authorized for
providing fund for making such
Tho plnns. specifications nnd es
timates nhovo referred to embrnco
nnd provldo that tho proposed Im
provement may ho made, using btt
ullthlc, oil mncadnm or cinder mac
adam pavement, nnd bid nro Invited
for ench class In nddltlon to grad
ing, curbing, dralnago nnd cement
A. L. LEAVITT,
Pollco Judgo of the City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon
Dated: August 18, 1920
Loonui llldg., Klamath rails
i" M "I'l-yrinnjvinjVijvijijiji
DR. O. A. RAMDO
L O. O. V. Balldis
J Office Phone 177W Ros 177R
Dr. H. V. Lloyd Stewart
lliyalrlan and Hurgeoa
Klamath Falls Oregon
J. C. CLICailORN
Civil Knginecr and Borreyor
Offico 517 Mala Bt,
Phene: Office 100, Item. 1921
O. K. FEED fc SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
bam. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
A Clauinod Ad will soil It.
NOTICE INV1TIXCJ PROPOSALS TO
MAKE STREET IMPROVKMKNTS.
Dr. E. & Wisecarrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
Herentb aad Mala Streets
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND HURGEON
Room 1 and 9
We Do AU Saute of fsprtac Reaalr.
lag New Oaea alade to Order
Aile Htralgatealac aa
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Paooe M0.Y 17 Klaaaatk At. I
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHVHICIAN AND SUROKON
I. O. O. P. naildiBg
Residence White Pelican .Hotel
Residence Phone I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WARREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 407 Night Phone, MS
SAW SUM. i:.fil.i:KRI.G
Designer-) nrjd builder of mod
ern raw mill, planing nrills and
box plant. Dredging. Pile driving.
Office .Corner Spring nnd Oak
Near 8. P. Depot
It Is litorally true that the man
who marrloB a French woman bo
comos by French law liable to bo
callod on for the support of his wife's
near relatives tf they are in need.
A classified Ad will sell It.
Pursuant to ordinance and ordor
of tho Common Council of the City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, notice
la hereby given that proposals will
bo rocolved by said Council for mak
ing tho Improvement designed for
Main St. from Spring Street easterly
to City limits. Said Improvement
to be mndo In accordance with plans
and specifications of tho City en
gineer nnd for ono of the classes of
Improvement mentioned in said
plans and specifications and the or
dinance ordorlng said Improvcmont.
.which said ordlnanco No. 518 was
adopted on tho 9th day of August,
1920, and approved by the mayor
on tho llth day of August, 1920.
Said plans, specifications and es
timates of tho City Knglneor bolng
on file In tho office of the Pollco
Judge end In tho office of the said
The proposed contract will bo let
In ono contract, and the time In
which tho same Js to be completed
is fixed hr said ordinance on or be
fore October 16. 1920. Dlds must
bo filed with the Police Judge fori
submission to the council not later
than 8 o'clock P. M. of the 30th
day of August, '1920, and the bids
will bo considered by the Council
Immediately thereafter at the coun
cil chamber In said city.
Each proposal must be accompan
ied by .a cortlfled check on some res
ponsible banking Institution In an
amount equal to 5 per cent of tho
aggregate amount of the proposal,
tho samo to be forfeited to the city
by the successful bidder upon failure
to enter Into contract and bond for
the faithful completion of the said
improvement In accordance with tbo
plans and specifications tneretor.
The City of Klamath Falls reserv
ing tho right st all times to reject
any and nil proposals. The award
to the successful Dtaaer is nereny
mado contingent upon the salo of
tho bonds that will be authorized
for providing funds for making such
The plans, specifications and es
timates abovo referred to embrace
and provide that the proposed im-
ullthlc and cinders, oil macadam
and cinders or concrete pavement,
and bids aro Invited for each class
In addition to grading, curbing,
drainage and cement sidewalks.
A. I W0AYITT.
Police Judge of the City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
Dated: August is, wo.
KX.8KRVICK MKN, ATTENTION!
Tho regular meetings
of Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion, will be
held at 8 o'clock p. m., at
the City Hall In Klamath Falls, on
the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are In
Those desiring to Join the Post
may secure application blanks from
Q. K Van Riper, Fred Nicholson, or
I. H. Carnaban, all of Klamath Falls.
rRED NICHOLSON. Secretary.
t WESTERN LABOR
The only place where you
can get help and the only
place where you can get a
1034 MAIN ST.
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cant.,
and and gravel plj, In any quantity
that -may be desired by contractorr
AL T. ORAHAM.
et Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
NEW CITY LAUNDRYle
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
Klamatb Lodge N-. 131
Meets Friday night of each weok at
I. O. O. F. hall, 6th and Main streets.
H. H. Ogle, N. O.; W. C. Wells, Sec
retary; W. D.. Cofer, Treasurer.
lswuuna Encampment No. 48, I. O.
F meets Tuesday night of each
week at I. O. O. F. hall. Harry
Loncks, O. P.; W. D. Cofer, Scribe;
Fred Ilueslng, Treasurer.
Prompt Service aad Reasonable
Rates, also Special Rates oa Oat
of Towa Trias
GILT EDGE BUTTER 65c
Purity Brand Ice Cream 80c qt.
Fresh Ranch Eggs 80c dos.
Milk Cream and Full Cream Cheese
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
ARTHUR R, WILSOa
THE ARCADE HOTEL
lOSaS4 MAIN ST.
The place with hoase coaaferta,
cleanliness, plenty of freafc. air
aad ao laalde rooaas.
Everything new from tof 8
bottom and rates to (swot yoaw
r j J
DR. a A. MA5SEY j
Forta b4 Via Sea, ,
la Warrea Hut HjiHal
Oft. Fbom 4IT Res. pjmm MM 4
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