The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 30, 1921, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE EVENING' HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
HATunnAV, APnnj no, imi
1IKIIMN, Mnrcli 20 (Uy mull).
Tho hot biith linn liowmo iilich it lux.
ury In (lormmiy owltiK to Hh'n short
ngo of cout fttjil Ilia rimiitier In wlilch
tlio Kovornmnpt roKulutuH tlui dlntrl
tiutlon of fuel tlmt many pontons
have ceiuietl ImililtiK, Otliom lutvo
Kntliored foliniito for nn ley spnnKO
dally, but tliln Is not popular for tlm
IioUim)( ro Kotiarully cold iiiul oxjxm
urn In fold rooms iiftor n chilly tub
invo (ho way for colds, nmt ptiminio
piii. Ordlnnrlly n family enn afford hut
wator otico ovury two wooks. Hotoln
whom tmtloimls of ltatenln tuitions
rofildo supply running hot wntor.
I'llhllc linthn, whom onco n pluiiKO
or n tub whh uvnllnlilo for it few pen
nies, bnvo born forced to close or
rnlso prices boyoml tho ronrb of wor
king mon nnil wilnrlcd workers. Only
ox pons I vo hnlhlnt plnccn rontnln opoti
for tho pntroiiago of tho profiteers
In llorlln nix of rlRbt bnlthluK estab
lishments lutvn Keno out of business,
Tain situation linn produced hyisl
nnlc comlltlonn -which bavo caused
much discussion iimoni; health au
thorities anil ntiKKcstloiis bnvo been
mado that tho nornral clllos assume
tho tank of providing proper public
bathing facilities. Howovur tho elllixi
nUo aro hnndlrnppcd by Inrk of
fundn, shortage of coal, and tho nov
um mon t rationing regulations.
Noarly nil (loriimn ho (men In tlm
cltlon aro oiulppod with modoni
plumbing and numerous ImtliroamH
and before tho war thu (Jonimtin wero
Insistent on thn dally hot bath.
AT THE CHURCHES
No chsngos will b mado In thli
column union tho copy la at Thn
Evening Herald office by S o'cloitk
Friday evening".,
HACntl) IIKAHT Cllimctl, cor. of
Eighth and Illih, Iter. Hugh J. Mar
shall, Iliir. J. V. Molloy.
t a. m, ehlldron's lorvlco, Adul'a
art requested not to nttond thl
servlca.
10:30," high mu and normon.
7:30 p. m., rosary and benediction.
CHIUHTIAN HCIKNCK socloty of
Klamath Kails hold scrvlco In tho
lower room of tho Library building,
sorner of Third and Main itrooti,
vory Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
and evory Wednesday ovonlng at 8
o'clock.
Tho Sunday achool sosslon la from
9:46 to 10:40 ovory Sunday morn
ing. Tho subject for Sunday l. "i:or
lasting Punishment."
The froo reading room and freo
loading library la open from 2-30 to
4)30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud
Saturday.
FIIIHT HAITI8T CIIUIIOII, corner
Wanblngton and Eighth.
Sunday achool at 10:00 a. m.;
preaching aorvlco at 11 a. m.; n. Y.
P. U. at fl:J0 p. m. Tho Hoy; 8. 13.
Milam will preach ovory Sunday
orcnlng at 7:30 until further notlco,
Tho public la cordially Invited.
.VlllHT PIUCHI1YTKMAN Clll.'HCII
eoruor 8lith anil Pine streets. Hoy. K
P. Lawrence, minister, 37 Third
atroot. Phono 420.
CHIUHTIAN CJIUHC1I. corner nth
and Pine atreets, C. V. Trimble, pan
tor, 1107 Wantland Ave. Phone
189-11.
htiVKNTII DAV AOVKNTIHTB.
Bight street, Uaptlat'n church,
,JJabbath achool ovory Haturda)
morning at 10 o'clsck.
Preaching at 11 o'clock by Evuu
gellit L. I. Wade.
- Prayor mooting evory Thursdu
night at 7 o'clock.
Everybody welcome.
MKTHOniHT KPlHCOPAIi OHUW.'II
Tenth and High, Ilov. 8. J. Cbnne)
pastor, 1006 High St., Phono B3T-W
i KMMANUKI IIAITIST.. Church
Hlovouth St.
Tho hand of fellowship -will bo ox
tended to now members next Sunday
morning, also tho Lord's Sup'par will
bo obaorvod afior tho normon. Don't
forget tho Sunday School lit 10 a. m.
You. nood litis Borvlco, Elato Ml'silon
ary O, L. Hall will tako fpr, hln thomo
"Two-Milo Ilaptlsts." Your prosonco
(s nDnroclatod. Wo dlsmlw our ovon
lng sorvlco for tho purposo of unit
ing with tho Prosbytorlan church In n
farowoll eorvlco for Ilov. Mr, Law
ronco.
. A ORODND HOG PABE
v You've got tho raopoy; I'vo got the
furniture. Lot's swap.
PKHKINH I'UHNlTUIti: HOUSE
'iTho furnisher of Happy Homes"
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TOO YOUNO TO HHKVIli
.luiton ih Exctmni)
ANAOONDA, Mont., April 30.
Kcntt A, Ilmlcluii, up, urt ic, of Aim
rondn, responded to n summonn to
norvu nn Juror In dliitrlct court hero
recently but wits promptly excused
burniiau of hln yowtlifulncsn, Ho In
duclarod to bnvo boon thu younBont
limn over cnllod for Jury mirvlco horo
and wan fully qiiulKled nn it property
owner.
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Outbursts of Everett True By Condon
ItllHOI.UTlON
Tho Cty Englnonr purHinint to tho
ItoHolutlim of tho Common Council
horotoforo wloptod, having uiiilor
date or tho li(t, day or April, 1021,
filed plans, specifications and ostl
muton of tho cost of Improving High
hlroot from Third street to tho wint
erly lino of Cedar ntruot and Codiir
ntri'it from High ntrcot to Pine
Hlroot, Including Intnrsoctloun; nnd
tho Common Council linvlng taken
tho same under ndvlsomont and find
ing said plans, specifications und es
timates satisfactory,
IT IH HUrtEIIY HEflOLVIM). That
said plana, sperlflcnttons and mil
mnten for tho Improvement of High
stroot from Third fttroot to the weifl
erly lino of Cedar stroM and Cudnr
slrrat fnmi l(lgh stroot to Pine street.
Including Intersections, bo and tho
same are hereby approved ;
AND HE IT FIMlTHEIt HKHOtiV
ED, That thn Common Council bore
by derlnres Its Intention to Improve
said iortlons of High streot nnd Co
llar street In nrrnrdnnro with said
plans, specifications and estimates;
said Improvement to consist of pnv
ng said portions of High streot nnd
Cedar street with Hltiillthtc, Con
crrfn or Wllllto. Tho ootlamted cost
of thn Improvement of said portions
of snld streot by placing thereon eith
er Hltulltblr. Concrrfo or Wllllto to
tin J20,12r. 10, said cost Including
grndlng, rolling, curbing and cement
sidewalk
AND HE IT FIMlTHEIt HEHOLV
ED IY THE COMMON COUNCIL.
That thn following described proper
ty bn and Is hnroby declnrnd boneflt
ml by said Improvement, In wH Lots
1, 2, 3, 4. C Illnck t EwTtuna HnUICs.
Iots B, (I. 7, 8 Illock fi, Original
Town, IOts 5, 8, 7, R, Hlock B. OH
glnnl Town, Ixts 1, 2, 3, 4. r, Hlock
r. En-nnna Helghta, l.oln A, 7, K.
Hlock 4 Orlglnnl Town. I.H 1. 2. 3
Hlock 4 Ewauna Heights. Lot 3 snrt
4 Hlock 3. Original Town Lots 1 nnd
2 Hlock 3, Ewauna Heights. Lots 4.
B, 6, Hlock 2 Orlglnnl Town Lots 1.
2, 3, Hlock 1. Ewnitna IMqMs Lots
1 and 2 tllock 2 Orlglnnl Town Lots
1 and 2 In Hlock 3 Orlglnnl Town;
nnd that snld property nbovo listed
nnd described bo nnd hereby Is do
enred to bo ojwssd for tho oxponse
of snld Improvement.
AND nF IT FIMlTHKtl TtF.oOTA'.
I !. Thnt Monday the 23 dnv of May.
izi, ai tne nonr or ociock r .m
n Mio Council Cbnmboni at tho CUv
Ihill be fixed as thn tlmo nnd plnm
for thn hivirlng of otilctlons nnd ro
monMrnneos against thn sold propos
ed Improvement nnd tho Police Judge
Is hereby directed to citusn notice of
said hearing tin bo published as by
Charter provided
STATE OF otlEOON, )
County of Klamath. )st.
City or Klnmnlb Kails.)
I, A. L. Ivtrttt, Pollen Judge of
tho Olty or Klnmnth Falls. Oregon,
do hereby certify that tho fomgolng
Is a duly enrolled copy of n Itowilu
tlon adopted by tjio Common Coun
cil on tho 2r.th day of April. 1021
declaring Its Intention to Improve
HIbTi stroot rrm Third Nreet to Dm
westerly lino of Coder street and C
dnr street front High streot to Plnn
street. Including Intersections, nnd
nnnrorlng thn plana, sneelflrattons
nnd estlmnten of costn submitted tiv
City Englneor
-9 A. L, LDAVITT
Pnllrn Tiidro
Sixty' ccuTS
iCC f3iaHT. -I'LL
TAKCB FOUR, POUMps
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HESOLUTION
Tho City Engloor pursuant to thn
Hosolutlon of Uio Common Council
hnretoforo ndoptoil, having under
dntn of tho 2nd day of April, 1921,
fllod plans, specifications and esti
mates of tho cost of Improving High
St. from 3d st to fith St. nnd Fourth
stroot from Pine fttroot to Jefferson
street, Including Intersections; nnd
tho Common Council having taken
tho snmo under ndvlsomont and find
Ing snld plans, specifications nnd es
timates satisfactory, IT IS IIE11EHY
RESOLVED, That said plnns, spo
rlflcntlons and estlmntes for tho Im
provement of High tr.rect from Third
atroot to Sixth streot and Fourth
streot from Pine street to Jefferson
streot. Including Intersections, bo
and itho snmo aro hereby appreved:
AND HE IT FlMtTIIEIl HESOLV
ED, That the Common Council here
by declares Its Intention to Improve
snld portions of High street and
Fourth street In nccordnnco with slid
plans, specifications nnd estimates;
snld Improvement to consist of lm
proving said portions of High strocft
nnd Fourth street with bltulltlils.
concroto or wllllte. Tho ostlma;cd
cost of tho Improvement of sold por
tions of said streotfl by placing thoro
on olthor bltultihlc, concrete or wll
llto to bo I30.301.3S, said cost In
cluding grndlng, rolling, curbing and
cement sldo-wnlk.
AND HE IT FURTHER HESOLV
ED HY THE COMMON COUNCIL.
That tho following doscrlbod proporty
bo nnd Is boroby doclnrod benefitted
by said Improvement, to-wlf Lots 5,
C, 7, 8, Hlock 7, Orlglnnl Town, 1.0 Ls
C, 7, 8, 0, 10 Hlock 49. First Addi
tion, Lota C, C, 7, 8, 9, Illock 8, Orl
glnnl Town, Lots C, 7, 8, 9, 10,
Hlock GO, First Addition, Lots B, C.
7. 8, Hlock 9, Original Town nnd
High School proporty; also Lots 1,
2, 7, 8, Hlock 7. 3, 4, fi, 6, Hlock 8,
Orlglnnl Town. Lots 4. B. 6, 7 and
Ivtostnrly half of Lot 3 nnd WMtorly
naif or ixt k m mock co, nrst Ad
dition. !-ols 4, 6, C, 7 nnd westerly
bnir or Lot 3 nnd westerly half of I-ot
8, Hlock 47, and Lots 1. 2, 9, 10,
and cnsterlr bnlf of Lot 3 and east
erly hair or Lot 8 In Hlock 48, ond
LoU 0, 7, 8 in Hlock 42, or Fintt Ad
dition to thn City or Klamath Falls,
Oregon; and that said property nbovo
llstod and described bo and boreby Is
declared to bn assessed for tho ox
penso of said Improvement.
AND n IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, Thnt Monday, tho 23 day or
May, 1921, at tho hour or 8 o'clock
P. M.. at the Council Chambers or
thn City Hall, be filed nn tho tlmo
and place for tho hearing or objec
tions and remonstrances against tho
said proposed Improvement and tho
Police Judge In hereby directed to
cause notice or said hearing u by
Charter provided.
STATE OF OIIEOON, )
County or Klamath, )
City or Klamath Falls.)
I, A. L. Loavltt. Pollen Judge of
tho Ctty of Klamath Falls. Oregon
do herohy cortlfy that tho foregoing
In a duly enrolled copy of a resolution
ndoptod by tho Common Council on
tho 2Gth day of April, 1921, declar
ing Its Intention to Improvo High
street from Third streot to Sixth
rf.root nnd Fourth street from Pine
street to Jefferson streot. Including
Intersections, and approving the ;
plans, specifications and estimates of'
costs submitted by thn City Engineer
A. S LEAVITT.
28-9 Pollen Judxo
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FOR CASH
ONLY
ANNOUNCEMENT TO OUR CUSTOMERS!
Our pay rolls have to bo met with spot cash. Wholosalo credit
have been tightened and curtailed and In many Instances entirely
withdrawn. A largo portion or oar purchase are now spot cash.
Our creditors rigidly require Immediate payment of accounts as
they fall duo. '
Our ei coUsttlons nave eeom aore aad mot difficult from
month to Month nntll our bills receivable bow amaant te btso
tlcally to much Dead Capital, In order to continue boslneas
anything Ilk sound baela It baa become necessary to 0EIX, FOB
SPOT CASH ON DELIVERY ONLY, DECUNNINO MAT 1BT.
Contractors and others requiring frequent deliveries may avoid
the inconvenience of dally cash settlements by making credit de
posits In advance. t
Wo greatly regret oar Inability to longer continue credit accom
odations to our customers and trust the public win appreciate tho
conditions which bare made this cbango In policy necessary.
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
LAKESIDE'tOiERcSr1"
i:iuity No. ism
NOTICE OF FOItnOIiOSUTtH OF
CHATTEL MORTGAGi: .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF KLAMATH.
Louis Roeieh. rintntirf. vs. T. W.
Pheneger nnd J. S. Dnllcy, partners
doing business nsPhnncgor & Ilalloy,
W. T. Estop nnd A. W. Walker Auto
Company, Defendants.
Notlco Is heroby given that tho un
dorslgned will on Tuesday, tho 28th
day or April, 1921, at 2:00
o'clock P, M. of said day at the Howlo
flora go. Esplanade and Tina streets.
In Klamath Falls, Oregon, offor for
sale at public auction, and will soil
to tho highest blddor for cash In
hand, the following deicrlbod person
al property, to-wlt: One Model 8-E
B-Ton Attorbury truck. Scril No.
B0111 Motor No, IJ100S74; also One
Model 3-E BTon Attorbury truck,
Sorll No. C0014, Motor No, 1H00910.
This sale la for the purposo of fore
closing a certain Chattel Mortgnge
on the nbovo described personal pro
porty given by W. T. Estep on tho
2Sth day of Sotpomber, 1920, to A.
W. Walker Auto Company and as
signed to Louis Koosch.
(Signed) LOUIS ROESCII.
Hy Stono and Wlest His Attorneys
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KIRK-KLAMATH FALLS
STAGE LINE
Stage leaves The Smoke daily
at 2 p. m. and the Central Hotel a
few minutes later. We use a -large,
easy riding, comfortable automo
bile, in thorough repair.
Stage leaves Kirk at 8 a. m.
daily. Tickets $3 each way; round
trip $5.50. Phone your reservations.
I Central Hotel 155-W, The Smoke 175
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This hot-water heating plant gives
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