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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1921)
bATUKDAT, AFIMIi Ht. 1M1
It U qulto unfortunate that Dar
vln'n ahado cannot bo present when
tho Harnos Circus comoa to Klamath
Palls on Monday, May 2.
Tho famous atudont of evolution
would vlow -with groat aciontitlc In
terest a junglo couplo known aa "Mr.
und Mi. "Parian." Those prototypes
of our nllogbd simian ancestors aro
features ot tho Uarnoa Circus.
An perfect spoclmona or tho much
dlscudscd "missing links," it is claim
ed tlioy havo no equals. "Tartan" is
tho largest gorilla over captured. Ho
tips tho beam at ISO pounds and
boasts a reach ot moro than six fret,
thoroby- outclassing Dompscy-
Tho sad part about tho giant an
thropoid npo is his brain. Although
be will not admit It, his keepers say
that his gray matter Is Insufficient in
quantity to cover tho face ot a dime.
"Mrs. Tarran," however, can view
with prido a racial feature ot her
mato, which should crcato general
envy among human wive. Evon In
his natural stato tho gorilla never
takes moro hau ono wife, so to
speak. Should this mate dlo or bo
captured, the gorilla stowly grlovca
Itself to death.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Tartan have tho
samo numbor ot bones as are found
In human bodies. Their arms are
short, but tho hands are much longer
than a human's. Tho wrist contains
ntno bones, while a man's has eight.
Somo ot tho other bones aro differ
ent . but the total reaches tho samo.
Like 'tho beings of tbo higher or
der, tho walo builds the homes, Kho
female being chiefly concorned In tho
rearing ot the young. The family tie
Is also strong In those "missing
links," the individual tribes keeping
together In tholr natural state.
"Tarzan'a" education has progress
ed rapidly since his arrival In this
country, but 'Mrs. Tarxan" doea not
seem to odd Ho her store of knowl
edge. Perhaps In tholr natural state
only tho maloa ore privileged to ac
LONDON. March 26 (Dy mall).
Natives ot (he Swazl tribo who In
habit tho mountainous wilds ot Af
rica were dumbfounded recently at
wireless tolophono experiments, ac
cording to a Marconi official.
Tho natives refused to believe It
was possible to communicate vocally
ovor long distances, and wore given
an opportunity to listen In on wire
On hoarlng nhe voices, the tribes
men, among whom were a number
ot petty chiefs, hurried away and
held an "Indaba". Presently a depu
tation returned and asked If there
was to bo a wblto man's war. "If
thoro Is," ho said, "wo want to be In
on tho whlto man's side."
Old Tradition of
, GRASS VALLEY, Cal.. April 86
Positive statements by old miners et
this section that 60,000 tons ot gold
quarts, running 810 per ton. was In
sight In the old Allison ranch mine
here were not confirmed when the
management of the mine, acting en
the statements of the miners, spent
approximately $500,000 working the
After four years of operating, the
management announced recently that
no such ore exists and that the only
bopo of rejuvenating tho mine Is to
efiok now ore bodlos by long cross
cuts into virgin ground.
A peculiar feature Is that several
veteran minors purchasod stock In
tho company on tbe strength of tholr
recollections of ore.
MONTANA WILL KEEP
HELENA, Mont., April 20. A
campaign tor tbo retontton In Mon
tana of tbo famous painting, "Cus
.ter's lost stand." by VS. S. 1'axaon, la
to bo launched by the State Federa
tion of Women's clubs. It wan learn
ed hero rocontly. Tho plan Is i!o be I
put boforo tbo stato convention to bo
hold In Butto May 26'and 28. The
picture la now hung In the library
building at the University of Mon
tana at Miesou! but It Is understood
a purchase offer of $20,000 ban been
, received from Minnesota.
The women. It U dated, plan to
raiv $X,000 -themselves nd smkla
tin (it ' ijfnthr $1-9.000 br popular
subscription throughout the state
ond thus Inauro tho picture becoming
tho proporty of the cltizons of Montana,
FRIENDS SEE CHANGE
A. G. FUI.IjKR SAYS TANIiAC HAS
mvrom:i) ins mkai.th and
HK HAH GAINKI) THIHTV'VIVK
POUNDS IX WEIGHT.
"My friends ell scorn astonished
at tho wondortul chongo that has ta
ken place In my condition In bo Bhort
n tlmo," said A. G. Fuller, an export
accountant ot 2071 62nd avo., Oak
"Following an attack ot tho 'flu' In
1919, 1 found myself In an awful run
down condition. My stomach, which
had troubled mo for throo years, be
camo very much worso and for two
months I suffered frightfully. 1
rarely ato at all during that tlmo and
fell off thirty pounds In two weeks.
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FOR BALE ;Elk range, as good as
now; also bed Davenport. Inquire
G06 Sth st., or D. Noud, K. K. K store
WANTED Box factory fnromnn
Must bo familiar with rJno shook
and competent to tako ontlro charge ,
ot pcratlon of small factory. For
ward application, giving previous ex
perience, referoncea nnd salary ox
pocted, to Tomlln Box Company,
Medford, Oregon. 29-2
FOR SALE Two room house, $1000
Call at 711 Main 8t. 29-6
Wurm Yen Kny today?
Bxpert chamber maid waata work.
Phone J48W. 29-30
FOR BALE Team, wagon and bar-
neas. cows, calves, pigs, etc. Will I
trado for house or car. Address C.C,
TYvwraa lfArrlll. Orfl. S9l I
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FOR RENT-A large front ..coping '
vuim ufVt Tin tit nA hlvV frnm '
.wa .v --.. -w .w- -
Main. 622 Klamath Ave.
in nw K.amarn Mvm. zujii
WANTED Remington rifle, 30 or
12 calibre. Must be In good condi
tion and reasonable. Ill Itxth St.
FOR MNT New I -room
FaraUhed 4-room apartment. Tel
ephone S7IJ. 707 Washington. 29-2
FOR SALE Bridge Beach cooking
stove, 18 1 South Sixth St. 2 0-30
FOB. BALE Harts
FOR SALE Parlor suite genulno
solid mahogany 6 pieces. Inquire
A. L. Fortson. 808 Walnut Avenue,
9 a. m. to 6 p. ra. 29-4
FOR SALE Rich, black garden or
lawn filling dirt, 13.00 large load.
Phone S42W. 29-30
Kav re sees Keller today?
FOX SALE 1071 gallon gasoline
tank wHa fittings. Imperial Oar
FOR RENT Furnished apartmanta
and sleeplag reomu. 1005 Pine.
Phoae 448W. 39-2
FOR SALE OR TRADE Practically
new Fordson traevor. What have
yen? Fkeae S4IW 29-80
FOR RENT Bareoia, ene or two
ladies referrM. 114 10th street.
Y phone 147J. 2I-S0
' Celored woman wants housewokr
r day work. Phone 46M, Loulso
COLORED MAN WANTS WORK
as Janitor or house cleaning. Phone
466M. W. Lackey. 28-30
FOR RENT Nicely fnrnlahed room
with baUi, 612 N. 9th 8t 28-30,
jUICK SALE One 2-ton truck, Al
condition. $1900. Call City camp
grounds, Baldwin. 28-80
FOR RBNT Nice trout
elOM la, 1017 High,
Ft)ft BALK ailHAF 1920 Dulck,
good a ww, -with $1S0 bxcoibo-
riw. Phone 40W, or 409. 28-80
Auditing, systematizing, saw mlll
a't'eeuntlng and genera practice. Ivan
Tvlngs,tont Incorporated Accountant
IIBA. Siij flygfa Faae. pre. 28-28
FOR SALE Housohold furniture,
stov, cJjhlw.'ilreBseiB, Ma, 1413
Orqsom Phow 60T4M. 28-5
FOR"'SALE Franklin teurlng ear, 7
passenger, flno condition. A snap
for h quick sale. Boa at Imperial!
are, or phone SI8, 28-4
THE EVENING HERALD,
"I was also suffering from lore ot
energy nnd gonornl wonkneas, and
lit Id an lit1l fid Mm ntnm salt I mi lilit
became much worse. Gas would form V l,t tho ImprUomnonl cluuso of
on my atomnch. causing awful pains sentence. Bho Is 21 yoars old and
and a fooling ot suffocation. I was employed In a dry cleaning iwtnb
badly constipated and In such ndsoryi H'hmont.
that I would otton roll and toss nil
nl-M Inn- In n,v !,,!. I ,.. . .v,.V BIX AIIU'LANKH TO KKKP
nml nrv,. .hn. It ,. .!. ,...
irre.t ffnrt thnt t rm.l.l .! m rir
"My mother persuaded mo to trya,rPtano wlU bo usod ,n th " duJrt5t
Tanlno and my weight Increase was'1 Ul I'""'"110" Forwtry branch to
thlrty-flvo pounds a gain ot flvo "Kht foreat fires. Tho pianos, it la
pounds abovo my usual weight In
thirty days. I can oat anything now
without a sign ot Indigestion, my
nerves aro back to uld-tlmo form nnd
I am enjoying lito nnd good health
as I havo not boforo In years."
40 acres poach land In Union Co.,
U miles from La Grande. Will
trad tor a car In good condition.
Address SOS Pine. Phone 858. 28-4
Havo You Been Kcfloy today?
EMPLOYMENT WANTED First
claaa maid or housekeeper. Can
give good reference Call Washington
Booming Houso. 23-20
yon 8ALE Pora touring. New top.
new upholstorlngs, now paint, and
motor ovarhaulod. Klamath Falls
Auto Co., 224 Main. JJtf
Ono Chandler Chummle Roadster,
1U1S Model, guaranteed condition.
One Ford Touring car, new top,
upholstering and paint. Mechanlsally
perfect. Dulck Bales ft Service.. Tel
ephone 176W. lltf
Tell your troubles In the Furniture
line to 1'FJIKINS "THE FURNISH
ER OF HAPPY UOMB3." 17 tf
Thj, iinrtnitmiwt nttmru tnr haIa
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flot. 8A and 8D of Block 7. railroad
lots sn auu ou oi uiuck i. renruuu
on to tho town ot Klamath
, .. n t . .
truing uroEon, lauug sprint iitwj.
. n .. at a. .
aau near vua uou'iorn i-hoiiic uupou
For particulars reply to Jama D.
Falrchlld, Yreka, California. 22-7
Havo You Boon Keller today?
DRESSMAKINO First class
guarantood. Mra. Jefferson,
FOR SALE Small house completely
furnished; a dandy home for cou
ple; garage, big lot; you can raise
your own vogetablos. Prico 11000;
FOR BALE A lovely five room bun
galow, completely turnlshod, built
in features, comont basoment, stono
foundation; lot COillO, close In ,on
pavomont. Price $4800; terms. The
Ryan Realty Co., lirN. Ninth St.
FOR SALE Two Ford Chaasla, $100
and $260, Just the thing for a bug.
Call 923 Washington St. 27-30
For real Ddrham and Jersey milk,
call Premium Dairy, 22F2, If not,
why not? 21-80
FOR REKT Pasturage for about
300 bead ot cattle. Good teed, good
water. Phone 121 W. 2-8
FOR HIRE Ford ears without driv
ers. Klamath Auto Co., 224 Main,
LOST Tortoise rim bow glasses.
Kindly return to Herald office. ana
receive reward. 98-10
Have You Seen Kelley today?
Spring Is coming on and you have
u. . -i-i t... npn t kwA
cot It. too! let's get together.
PEHKINH FURNITURE noUHK
"The Furnisher nf Hnppy Humes"
IS iAiMA!K VVhfli r.iu hi ,
fiir .. k 'MiniiX.ii nil ' K tit
llavo you seen Kelley today?
T..-J a. .-j. .. !,.. .i,.. hi.
eral reductions, lowor terms. Earl
Shepherd Co. E07 Main St.
Baby ctyr, T-A-N-O-R-H-D-B, 300
egg White Leghorns, Golden Buff
and Brown Leghnrnii Anconas, Black
Minorca., Butt Orpington, R. I.
Rods, Barred and White Rock's.--
Enoch Crowe, SoaVright, Cal. 23-3
FOR BALE 6 head ot good work
horses and ono 3 yr. old colt. P.
W. George on the old Ky Taylor
pjacb, Keno road. 18-30
Tt'ed PUooif, re'sio'jiaplb prices and
lowest ot terms. .Earl Shepherd Co.
FOR SALE limber, cheap if taken
soon Address "Timber" Herald,
KLAMATH FAU&. OREGON
WORKS IN HAYLlOHTl
BM'.MI'H IN JAIIi
MLL1N08, Mont., April 20. MIm
Cecilia Carnoy, sentenced 'In l'ollco
court hero rocontly Ho sorvo thirty
days In Jail and pay a flno of $100
for tho nlloged Inert ot wardrobe ar
ticles from n friend, Is doubling up
on her sentence. Miss Carney workn
during Iho dny tlmo to pay her flno
and sleep In tho Jnll nt nlghlt lo can
I WATCH FOR FORKST FI11K8
I CALGARY, AlUt., April 29. 8IX
announced, will bo operated from tho
norodromo at High rlvor, and two
mqtn flights aro to bo mndo dnlly In
ordinary wonthor, ono north and tho
other south. Thoro will also bo a
sufficient staff and oaulpmont to
niako extra flights whon thoro Is
groat tiro dangor. A minimum tiro
loss on tho reserve Is cxpoctud to
follow inauguraton of Ihls sorvlco.
Spring Is coming, on and you havo
the home clearing bug. Well, I havo
got It too- Let's got togothor.
IMC11KINH FURN1TURH HOUBU
Tha Furnisher of Happy Home"
Have you seen Keller today T
HUMMONH FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIUJ
HTATE OF ORGKON VOU Kli.M
Frank II. McCornack, Plaintiff vs.
Heirs and Dovlsoos and descendant
of heln and of dovlseos If any thore
ho. of W. I. Nichols. Mrs. Loron
Wilson McMlchael, J. J. Hogan, C. A
Rarneburg, Alortck Ilaruoburg. A. M
Oeary, H. A. Geary. R. E. Geary and
R. W. Oeary, Defendants.
The Holrs and Devisees and dos
condants ot heirs and devisees It anv
there bo of W. I Nichols, Mrs. I.or
ena Wilson McMlchael, J. P. Hogan
C. A. tlarneburg, Alorlck llarncburg
of defendants abovo named:
In the Namo ot tho Stato of Ore-
.. T. "? '' "J"" I r:.
ll. aicwrnacn is mo uu.uor '". -
837 Issued on tho 11th day of Apr"
1916 by tho Tax Collector of the
County of Klamath. State of OrcKO"
for tho amount or Korty-ono m
'"'" !a" .".S..TV ?Xu.
- :: . " , ,k' j. ..j j.ii.
. rothor wn penally, inioreai un-j
tj - - .... - il
costs thereon upon tho real propertv
assessed to you.of which you are
the owner as appears of record, sit
uated In said County and State, and
particularly bounded and described
aa follows, to-wlt: Lot 2, Section 26
Township 38 8outh, Range 8 E. W
M. and Lots C. 6. 7, 8, . iu. n ann
12. Section 28, Township 88 South
Range 8 E. W. M.: and that of said
property Just described, Lots 6, 6, 7
I. 9. 10. 11 and 12. Section 26
Township 38 South. Range 8 H. W
M., remain unredeemed rrom certifi
cate No. 837. and taxes. Interest and
penalties paid suhsaquent thereto.
Tou are runner noiwiea mat sni"
Frank II. McCornack or his assignor
R. 8. Moore has paid taxes on said
premises for Prior or snbsenuent
years, with the ram or interest on
said amounts as follews:
Year'a Date Tax Ro- Am't Rato of
Tax Paid eelpt Interest
1915 Apr. 11 2108 $21.89 16
1916 Apr. 6 2218 $20.24 18
191T Apr. S 3637 $27.46 12
1918 Apr. 6 2967 $20.40 12
Said Defendants aa the owner o'
the legal title ot the above describee"
property as the same appears of re
cord, and eaeh of the other pereonr
above named aro hereby further noti
fied that Frank H. McCornack wilt
apply to the Clrenlt Court of the
County and State aforesaid for a da.
eree foreclosing the lien against the
property abovo described, and men
tioned In said certificate. And you are
hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the first publication
of this summons", exclusive of the dav
of said first publication, and defond
I this action or pay tho amount duo as
sbovo shown, together with costs and
I accrued Interest, and In case of your
I falluro to do so, a decree will be ron-
derod foreclosing tho lien of said
i taxes and costs against tho land and
premlsos abovo named.
TMa i.mmnni ! mitilliinen onen a
week for six wooki bv order of tho
Mlonorablo D. V. Kuykondall
of tho Circuit Court of tho State of
Oreron for tho County or Klamsin
and said order was mad and dated
. the 4th dnv nf AnrU 1021 and the
dntn of the first miblkit'on of h'
summons Is the 9th day ot April
I AH nrocess nnd minors In this pro-
Jceedlng may bo servod unon tho
"l"ler'fn''1 ro"'d,.1K .71 y, 'h
Stato of Oregon at the address bore-
R. C. GROBBriFCK.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address Klamath Falls. Oregon
Anr. 9. 16. 23. 30 Mav 7. 14. 21
Eonlty No. 1201
NOTTOTJ OF BHERrFF'H BALE
IN THE OIROUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR KLA'
J. L. Sparretorn, Plaintiff,
M. 'J. Ynden, A, O, Yadn. Irono
Yaden, V. B. Yadon. Elinor, Ynden,
B. V. Yaden,- Susie Yaden, John C,
Yaden, Feme Yaden, Joseph Vincent
Yaden. Teresa Fovter. W. V. Foster.
J. A. Martin, J. L. Martin, Leland
Mosler, E. R. Roams, tho unknown
heirs of J, L. Yaden, docoasod, nnd
nil other persons or portion unknown
claiming any right, tltlo. estate, Hon
or interest In tho real enlato de
scribed In the complaint horoln,
lly virtue ot nn oxocutlon ami or
dor ot salo duly ImtmM by tho Clerk
ot tho Circuit Court of K'min,V'
county, Oregon, dntod April lo, l2i,
In tho nbovo ontlllod suit, notice In
hereby glvon thnt I will on tho 27th
day of May, 1021, nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
at tho front door tit Ihu KUiimth
County Court llouso In tho City ot
Kluiniith Falls. Oregon, sell at public
nuctlou to tho hlghoat bidder tor
cnnli tho promise iloscrluoil as niocK
17. of First Addition to llonanxn,
Klanmth county, Oregon, which prop'
orty ban boon tnkim nnd levied upon
as thu proporty of tho said do'eml-
nnln tn.wll! 1445 1G. togothor With
Interest thereon lit tho rnto of 8 per
cent po rnnnuin rrom Juiy it, i.
tl... .11... nf 1132 38. tOKOtltor with
Intorest thereon nt tho rnto of 0 per
cont por annum from January 24,
1921! tho sum of $126.00 as attor
ney's fee, togotner wun coeis mm
Dated: April 2S. 1921.
L. L. LOW, Hhorltf.
Hy Hurt T5. Hawkins, Deputy.
Apr. 23-30: May 7-14-21
NOT7CU OF HRAKINO OF FlNAL
IN Till? COUNTY COURT OK T1IK
BTATK OK OUICGON I--OK KLAM
IN TIII9 MATTBIl OF THE ESTATE
OF OKOIUIB GRAY, DKCKABKI)
Notice Is horoby given thnt I havo
filed my final account nnd report na
administrator of tho estate of George
Oray, Docoasod, and that tho abovo
entitled court, has fixed 2 o'clock In
tho afternoon of Monday, tho Bth day
of May, A. D. 1921 as mo time nnn
the County Court room In tho court
houso In tho City of Klamnth Falls,
Oregon, as tho place, whon and whoro
any and all persons may present any
nhlorllnn nr nxcontloiia thoy might
! hnn to nnythlng contained In said
final account and report or to any-
thing done by tho said administrator
' ni iucn 8n,j you will tnkn notice that
! . ,iich tlmo and place tho above
-ntltled court will finally pass upon
nnd sotllo said account.
8. J. COLAHAN
Administrator of tho Estate of
Oeorgo Oray. Docoasod.
. 16, 23. 30, 7
The City Englneor pursuant to the
Resolution of tho Common Council
horetoforo adotf.od, having under
date of tho 9th day of April. 1921.
ii,i .,in. unnHflrnllnna nnil nntl-
mM ..'of.,;, .A o mnrovlng Wash-
. - " - - - - - - - - . - .,., nn.
m" miu... ....... . .-..'."".
of Third street lo tl'Q onitrrlv 'Inn nf
CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION
must bo lumlo fnt the wearer Individually. Irt me make your new
...iw ...It nml rtilm- uenrliii: reallv illstlncllvo clothing tailored S
to fit you perfectly nnd to retain
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
Mrl Main St.
r ... .- ..tnii t4
STARTING APRIL 30
Leaves Rex Cafe 9 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Leaves Algoma 10 A. M. and 6 P. M.
RECKARD AUTO SERVICE
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
Wo glvo all our work porsonnl attention. Uso nothing but first
class material. Let us give you figures on yonr painting.
133 N. 4th St.
If the Wood Dealrs
Do do not sell current! wo sell aerrlee. That sound odd
Well, Mippnw Iho wood dealer sold crvlce Instead of wood, hs
uoulil tend to our furnacf and your range, take away the aaaea
and clean, thu flues. Yon would buy so much hcaU
Notv you buy so much light, although you pay according to the
current Jim iiiiiNUine. Hut the service la performed wou you by this
company nt tho substations and power plants.
That Is wlin't wo want. to give you efficiency service. It Is the
aim of this company to havo nose bat satisfied customers. No
matter what it Is, If yon havo a grievance, or aro dissatisfied about
your bill or do not understand our rate, please conio and aee
us or writo us about it.
If you have any suggestions to make, wo will glady avail our
selves of thein m our aim la constantly to Improve onr service to
you as fast as tho development of science and human ability permit.
leiriti in.rjt. Including: tho I Fourth
street and Fifth atroet Intersections;
and tho common uounciy nnvina
taken tho snnm mutor ftuvUomont
nnd flndliiR nnltl plntui. npoolflcnllonn
nnd cat linn tea natlafactory,
IT 10 IIKUMIIY RKBOfiVIOU. That
snld plans, apeclflcutlona hnd oatt
mniuta for tho Improvomont "of Wash
ington ntreot from Third nlreet to
Fifth strict, Including lntoraectlouii,
ho and Iho namo nro horoby nppror-
eilAND 1113 IT FURTHWR R10HOLV
141), Thnt Iho Common Oounoll hnn
by doclnroa Us Intontlon to Improve
wild portlonn of Waahlngton atront
In ueconlanco with wild plans, spocl
flcatloim nnd osllmatesj' said Imr
pmvomonl to ouiulst of paving anld
portions of Washington ntreot with
concroto. bltullthla or wllllto. Tho
cutlmnled coat of tho Improvement of
snld porUona ot anld atrools by plac
ing thoreon olthor concroto, bUuli
thlo or wllllto to bo $10,900.75, atld
cost Including grading, rolling, curb
Ing and comont nldewwlk.
wti nw it vmiTHEK RK30LV.
ED, lly tho Common Council Uint tho
following described properly l and
la hereby declared benefitted by said
Improvement, to-wlll Lot 6, Hlock
S. Ix)ts 6 and 7, llloek 7 Bwounr.
Helghta Addition, 1-ota 7, . 9. 10.
lllock 4R and Lots t and 3 "lock
f) In First Addition to the City of.
Klamath Falls. Oregon, !ota 1, 2, 8,
t, B. Illoek BO, and !, J.'; " '
10, lllock 47 In First Addition to
tho City of Klamnth Falls. Oregon.
nd tho High School property! and
that iwld propnrtr above listed and
leacrlbed bo nnd hereby la uJrf
to bo asseswd for tho expense of said
i!ii nr. it rltrtTIIER REflOLV-
EI). That Monday tho 23 day of Mar,
1921, at tho hour of 8 o'clock IV sl
at tho Council Chamliew at the City
Hall, bo fixed aa the tlmo nnd place,
for tho hearing of obleotlons and
remonstrances against tho jald pro
posed Improvement and tho roiico
ludgn Is horoby directed to cause no
tiro of snld hearing to bo publlahed
as by tho Charter provldod.
BTATK OF OREGON. ) l
County of Klamath,. )i. a
City of Klamath Falls,) ff"
I, A. L. IavUt. Police Judge
(be City of Klamath Falls. Oregpa.
do hereby certtfv that the foregomf
Is a duly onroltod copy of a rosolll
tlon ndonted by th Common f!ounl
in tho 2Mh day of April. 1921. da-,
fairing Its Intention to Imnroj
Washington stret from the eaaterly
linn of Third street to tho easterly
line of Fifth atreet. Including the)
Fourth street and Fifth street Intor
sections, and approving the plans),
specifications and Mttmntns of coaji)
submitted by tho City Kntnfl; H
A. L. LHAVITT. ft
fs.t rollf Judraj
' ' UMM
Us eUra-nmnrlneM during-Joa I
Res. Phone 531-R
XtMVl VtT Ui