The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 05, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    THUIWDAV, MM a, 11W1
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MACDOEL, Calif., May G. Chos.
Otoy, of Klnmnth Falls, wns a busi
ness caller last Friday niul a din
ger guest of tho C. E. Cottons.'
Major and Mrs. Geo. E. Mnlln
tratt entertained Saturday evening.
"Michigan" was played and a de
licious lunch wns served by tho
oliarmlng hostess at midnight. Thoso
present (or tho onjoyablo affair
wcro Major "" and Mrs. Mallatratt,
.Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cotton, Mr.
('and Mrs. C. D. Plum, Mr. and. Mrs.
)A. E, Hum, Miss Gertrude. Drlnt-
,'sall and V. C. 1'cterson.
With- work on tho railroad pro
gressing nlcoly, Upper Camp oxn
nnd crew of loggers busy In tho tim
ber, mill repairing being pushed to
begin operations as soou as possible,
caterpillars bolng overhauled and
the Interior of tho fine now coek
house being complotcd, every body in
this camp Is busy.
George Phonegor, manager of tho
Crater Lnko Box company was a vis
itor In camp Friday.
Mr. "U'adsworth. auditor of tho
Stato Compensation Fund of Sacrn
monto, spent ravoral days In camp
last week on business.
Mr. A. J. Druco and daughter, Miss
Nina, attended tho dance- at Mt. He
Iron Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nystrom and
iocs aro rocont arrivals from Dorrls.
Mr. Nystrom Is a carpenter for tho
company.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Plum took ad
vantage of the beautiful weather and
motored to Weed Sunday. Their son,
'Tod, accompanied them homo, hav
ing gono Saturday to attend tho clr
us. Mr. and, Mrs. C. B. Cotton spont
several days In Klamath Falls last
week, on a comblnod business and
pleasure trip.
Mr.. Gust. Goodstorf spont Sunday
la Klamath Fails.-'
V. C. Peterson, our genial and dl
mlnutlvo ex-watchman, entered upon
tils now duty as Btoro-koopor last
reeV.
Mrs. Oscar Nystrom and two sons,
accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Hart,
xiotorcd to Macdocl and Mt. Hebron
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph TIcc and chil
dren spent Sunday in camp, tho
guosts of tho It. E. Herman family.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schetky, ac
companied by Mrs. C. D. Cotton and
three sons, and Mrs. O. H. Mallatratt
nd son, motored to Klamath Falls
Jfonday,to attend tho circus.
Mr.-and Mrs. E. C. Smith and
young son arrived In camp from J. A.
Morrison's homo. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas aro Mrs. Morrison's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Williams of
Berkeley, wern here onbuslnoss Sat
urday.' Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Schetky moved
Into camp last week. Mr. Schetky will
drive one of tho catorplllars.
Firemen Mourn For
Past When Horses
Pulled the Engines
'BAN FRANCISCO, May 5. San
Tranclsco vetoraa flromon still yearn
for tho old flro horses. They havo
mentioned it to tho chlof.
"'It's llko this," ono driver said
today. "You can't get any compan
ionship out of a gasoline onglne You
" cannot rub ono ot thoso locomotives
' we havo now on tho tioso or get ono
to eat out ot your hand.
'In tho old days when wo had bad
dreama about threo. alarm fires, It
was comforting to hear tho horses
munching and champing in tho stalls
below us. It soothed' us. Now wo can
dream on until wo kick all tho bed
clothes off. Thero's no stamping ot
tho trusty hoofs to wake uh up or
, the good old nlckor to tell us to go
back to sloop again.
"Dollovo me it's lonesome In theso
big flrohouses at night without the
old boys. I wish they wore back.
"Did you over see a policeman's
torso follow him around llko a dog?
Well, take that pollcoman's homo
away from him and bo's lost, that's
all. It's tho samo way with a fire
man." San Francisco's old flrohorses aro
"on, pension" on a farm near Marti
nez, far from tho maddening Jangle
ot tho flro alarm. And report lias It
that somo of the flromon "sneak
away" from tho houso at times and
go up to the farm and talk over old
times with the "old boys."
The '21 model hammock Is largo
enough .for ono and strong onough
for two.
ItESOLUTION
The City Engineer pursuant to tho
Resolution of tho Common Council
.heretofore adopted, having under
date of the 16th day of April, 1921,
'filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of the cost ot Improving Elev
enth Street from Main Street to
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Lawn and Garden Seed
Klamath Avenue, Including Intersec
tions; and tho Common Council hav
ing taken tho samo under advisement
and finding said plans, specifications
and estimates satisfactory,
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED. That
said plans, specifications and esti
mates for tho Improvement of Klov
onth Streot from Main Street to
Klamath Avenue, Including Iitfowec
tlons, bo and tho samo aro hereby
approved;
AND UB IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That tho Common Council horo
by declares Its Intention to Improvo
said portions of Eleventh Street In
nccordanco with said plans, specifi
cations and estimates; said Improvo
mont to consist of tmvlnc said por-
itions of Eleventh Streot with Asphal-
tic concrete bltullthlc, wllllto or con
crete Tho estimated co9t of tho lm
nrovemont of snld portions of said
street by placing thereon either As
phaltle Concrete. Bltullthlc. Wllllto
or Concrcto to ba $G3-tr.t'r, said cost
Including grading, rolling, curbing
and cement sidewalk,
AND DE IT FURTHER TtESOLV
ED. Ily tho Common Council that tho
following described property bo nnd
is horoby declared benefitted by said
Improvement, to-wlt: Lots 5, C, 7, S.
9, 10, 11, 12 of Dlock 2. Lots S. 7,
6, 5 and 4 of Dlock 4, Lots 1. 2. 3, 4.
5, of Dlock 3. alt In Canal Addition
to tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregen:
and Lots 1. 2. 3. 9. 10, 11 of Dlock
49 ot Nichols Addition to tho City of
Klnmnth Falls, Oregon; nnd that
said proporty abovo listed and de
scribed bo nnd Is hereby declared to
bo assessed tor tho oxpenso of said
Improvement.
AND DE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED. Thnt Monday tho 23d dny of
May. 1921, at tho hour of 8 o'clock
P. M., ot tho Council Chambers or
tho City Hall, bo fixed ns tho tlmo
nnd placo for tho hairing of objec
tions and remonstrances agnlnst the
said proposed Improvement and tho
Poltco J ml go is hereby directed to
eauso notlco of said hearing to be
published as by Charter provided.
STATE) OF OREGON, )
County of Klamath, )bs.
City of Klamath Falls, )
I. A. L. Leavitt, Fotico Judge or
tho City of Klamath Falls. Oregon,
do hereby certify that tho foregoing
Is n duly enrolled copy of n reolu
tlon adopted by the Common Coun
cil on tho 2nd day of May. 1921.
A. L. LEAVITT.
May 3-13. Pollen Judge.
RESOLUTION
Tho City Englnoor pursuant to the
Resolution of tho Common Council
heretofore ndorfced, having undor
date of tho 9th day or April. 1921.
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of the cost of Improving Wash
ington street from tho easterly line
of Third street to tho easterly lino of
Fifth street. Including tho Fourth
street and Fifth' street intersectiens: 4
and the Common Council havlnc
taken the samo under advisement
nnd finding said plnns, specifications
and estimates satisfactory.
IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED. Thnt
said plans, specifications and etl
mrttes for tho, improvement of Wash
ington street from Third street to
Fifth street. Including Intersections,
bo and the samo aro hereby nppror
ed: AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That tho Common Council here
by declares its intention to improve
said portions ot Washington streot
In accordance with said plans, speci
fications and estimates; 'said Im-
provemeni io consist or paving sniu
portions of Washington street with
concrete, bltullthlo or wllllto. The
estimated cost ot the improvement of
said portions of said streets by plac
ing thereon either concrete, bltull
thlc or wllllto to be J10.996.7G, said
cost including-grading, rolling, curb
ing and cement sidewalk.
AND DE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED. By the Common Council thnt thnj
following described property be ana
ts heroby declared benefitted by said
Improvement, to-wlt: Lot G. Dlock
f. Lots c and 7, nioek 7 Ewauna
Heights Addition, Lots 7, 8. 9, 10,
Olock 48 and Lots 1 and 2 Dlock
19 In First Addition to the City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon, Lots 1, 2, 3,
I, 5, Dlock GO, and Lots 6, 7. 8, 9,
10, Dlock 47 in First Addition to
tho City of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
nd tho High School preperty: nnd
that said proporty abovo listed and
described be and hereby Is declared
to bo assessed for tho expense -of said
'raprovoment.
AND DE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED. That Monday tho 23 dny of Mny,
1921, nt tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M..
at the Council Chambers at tho City
Hall, bo fixod as tho tlmo and placo
for tlte hearing of objections nnd
remonstrances against tho said pro
posed improvement nnd tho Police
hludgo Is hereby directed to causo no
tlco of said hearing to ho puuiisneu
as by tho Charter provided.
STATE OF OREOON, )
County ot Klamath, )3.
City ot Klamath Falls,)
I, A. L. .Loavltt, Police Judge of
the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
do heroby certify thnt tho foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolu
tion adopted by tho Common Council
on tho 25th dar or April. 1921. do
calrlng Its Intention to Improve
Washington streot from tho easterly
lino of Third street to the oastorly
lino of Fifth street. Including tho
Fourth streot and Fifth street Inter
sections, and approving tho plans,
specifications and estimates ot costs
submitted by tho City Engineer.
A. L. LEAVITT.
28-9 Pollco Judge
RESOLUTION
The City Englcer pursuant to the
Resolution of (Uio Common Council
heretofore adopted, having under
dato of the 2nd day of April, 1921,
filed plans, specifications and esti
mates of tho cost of Improving High
St. from 3d st. to 6th St. and Fourth
street from Pine rttreot to Jefferson
street. Including intersections; and
the Common Council having takon
THE EVENING HERALD,
ClASinEDMMENTC
VVVVVVVVVVMVVVVMVVWWWWWWWWVAWMVSMVN'VAAWMVW
WANTED
' MISCELLANEOUS
vmwCv"
AVt' I
WANTED To buy timber claims
not over two tulles from railroad
Address II. C, Horald. office. 4-0
FOR SALE Ono 26-tt. launch, 7-ft.
beam, 6 H. P. FrUco standard en
gine. F. C. DoChalno, gen. dollv, 4-0
FOR SALE Ily ownor, Gproom
homo, modorn, on pavomont. Dot
911, Herald. 4-7
SEWING WANTED Plain sowing
preferred. Prlcos rcasonnblo. 538
N. 10th St. 4-10
Cnrpots and rugs cloanod to your;
satisfaction. AVm.Lush.pnono loo w
GAUDEXKU
Exporlonccd gardener will work by
tho hour. Phono 14BW.
4-5
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Plain skirts 75c; plain drosses,
$1.25. C. E. Sparks, tailor, 80G Main.
Phono GG2W. 3-9
Hnvo You Seen Kelley today?
FOR RENT Threo Toora house Call
933 Waslngton at. 3-6
FOR SALE Good touring,' G-cylln-
dor car for salo or trado. "What
havo youT Syd. Evans. 3-G
FOR RENT Mostly furnished apart-
monts, 2 rooms 120; 3 rooms $25.
Inquire 10 Main, upstairs. 3-5
Hino joii seen Kelley today?.
ROOMS FOR RENT-All rooms aro
light, clean, pleasant outside rooms,
GO cents and up. Home Rooming
Houso, 920 Klamath Ave. 3-9
"Kismet" 1st coming mxh.
FOR SALE Ono chlffonlor and
drcssor, 1 largo dining room table 2
rockers, Toledo steam cookor, two
heating stoves, Whlto rotary sowing
machine, ono cot, pillows, small rugs.
Mason Jars, etc., vory reasonable
1413 Oregon. Phono 504M. 3-5
I
IIAIIGAIXH !
r-t ntitmr oli.H 1 Vnrt nnn.tnn .
rsib w.v .- - .. .
I
truck. 1 Ford dollvery, 2 Ford I
touring cars, 1 oak roll top desk and
chair, 1 largo Burroughs adding ma
chlno nnd stand, 1 Underwood type
writer nnd 1 F. & E. chcck-wrltor.
Inqulro offlco of Klamath Packing
Co. 3'5
"Kismet" Is coming soon.
ESTRAY
Strayed from my place, one black
horse, weight nbout 1400 lbs. Big
whlto star on face and whlto spot on
nose Harvey Putman, Shlpplngton.
Phono 82M. . 3'
FOR LEASE-r-300 acres ryo pasture,
on Caledonia marsh, until about
May 20th. Sheep preferred. Soo or
wrlto Pacific Coast Mint Co., Room
No. 6, 8wansen Bldg. 2-C
A girl wishes any kind of work,
Box L. B., Herald office. 2-7
tho eamo undor ndvlsomcnt and find
ing sold plnns, specifications nnd es
timate satisfactory. IT IS HEREBY
RESOLVED, That sold plans, spe
cifications and estimates for tho Im
provement of High tfreot from Third
streot to Sixth streot nnd Fourth
stroot from Pine stroot to Jefferson
streot, Including Intersections, bo
and itho same aro heroby appreved:
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED, That tho Common Council horo
by declares Its Intention to Improvo
said portions of High street and
Fourth streot In nccordanco with said
plans, specifications i'nd estimates;
said Improvement to consist of im
proving said portions of High strocft
nnd Fourth streot with bltullthlc.
concroto or wllllto. Tho estimated
cost of tho improvement of said por
tions of said streets by placing thero
on ellhor bltullthlc, concrete or wit-
lrto to bo 130,301.30, said cost in
cluding grading, rolling, curbing nnd
cement side-walk.
AND nE IT FURTHER RESOLV-J
ED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL,
That tho following described proporty
bo and Is heroby declared benefitted
by said Improvomont, to-wlt: Lots 6,
6, 7, 8, Block 7, Original Town, Lots
G, 7, 8, 9, 10 Block 49, First Addi
tion. Lots 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, Block 8, Ori
ginal Town, Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
Block 60, First Addition, Lots 5, 6,
7, 8, Block 9, Original Town nnd
High School property; also Lots 1,
2, 7. 8, Block 7, 3, 4, 6, C, Block 8,
Original Town, Lots 4, 5, 6, 7 and
wostorly half of Lot 3 and westorly
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
I FOR KENT Furnished four-room
apartment. Telophono 273J. 707
Washington 8t. 3-6
TEAM FOR BALK -Inquire D. K
Rulntul, Lnngoll Vnlloy.
3-D
TOCUH YOUR KVK ON T1I1H
FOR SALE Ton acres, 3 miles
south-west ot Corning, Cnllf., lovyl,
good soil, house, smnll barn, chicken
homo. 300 bearing poach troes, SO
llartlott pear trees, 100 almond trees,
nbout 2 ncrcs alfalfa, good electric
pumping plant, moro than sufficient
to Irrlgnto tho placo, electric lights.
A profitable placo nnd n ntco home.
Prirn IS.SfiO. Eiuv terms. Adrirnaa W.
Harris, Coming. Calif., or II. C.
McCopt 1B03 B , Bacramont0i
I Cnllf., ownors.
2-9
FOR SALE 1 1950 Chevrolet one
ton ttruck, good as now; 1 1930
Dodgn sedan', Itko now. Exceptional
prlco and vnluo. Let us demonstrate
thorn. Contra! Garage. 30-6
FOR SALE Franklin touring car, 7
passongor, tlno condition. A snap
for a quick sale. Soo nt Imperial
Gnrago, or phono 3G8. 28-4
FOR SALE Two room houso, $1000
Call nt 711 Main St. 29-S
Hnvo you teen Kelley today?
FOR SALE 1075 gallon gasoline
tank with fittings. Imperial Gar
age 29-5
ACCOUNTANT
Auditing, systomutltlng, saw mill
accounting and general practice, Ivnn
Livingston, Incorporated Accountant,
115 A St., GrntUU Past, Ore. 28-28
Used Pianos, rcasonnblo prices nnd
lowest of.torms. Earl Bhophord Co.
12tf "
Hnvo You Seen Kelley today?
FOR 8ALE Fora touring. New top,
now upholstorlngs, now paint, nnd
motor ovorhnuled. Klnmnth 1'nlU
Auto Co., 224 Main. 23tf
Ono Chandler Chummlo Rondstor
1918 Model, guaranteed condition.
Ono Ford Touring car, now top
upholstering and paint. Mechanical!)
Perfect. Bulck Sales & Sorvlce.. Tel
CDhono 17CW. 21tl
FOR BALE
Tho undorslgnod offers for salt
1 lots 8A nnd 8R ot Block 7, railroad
addition to tho town ot Klamath
Falls, Oregon, facing Spring streel
and near tho Southern Pacific depot
For particulars reply to James D
Falrehlld. Yroka. California. 2E-7
Havo You Seen Kelley today? '
DRESSMAKINO First class work
guaranteed. Mrs. Jejforson, No. t
Main 8t. 27-7
FOR HIRE Ford ears without driv
en. Klamath Auto Co., 224 Main
SOU
navo You Seen Kelley today?
Used Standard Phonographs, lib
eral reductions, lowor terms. Earl
Shophsrd Co. G07 Main St. 12tf
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbago removed, cull 10128.
FOR SALE Fifty A. Stretch and
Gabriel Stretch roll off wagons. Some
now, Also about fivo hundred 33-Inch
Iron plpo rolls. Priced according to
condition ot equipment. Brooks-Scan
Ion Lumbor Co., Bend, Oregon. 2-7
half ot Lot 8 In Block GO, First Ad
dltion, Ldts 4, G, G, 7 and wostorl)
half of Lot 3 and westorly halt of Lot
8, Block 47, and Lots 1, 2, 9, 10
and easterly half of Lot 3 and oast
orly halt of Lot 8 In Block 48, and
Lots G, 7, 8 In Block 42, ot Flrrit Ad
dltion to tho City ot Klamath Falls
Oregon; and that snld proporty abovi
llstod and described be and hereby li
declared to bo assessed for tho ox
penso ot said Improvomont.
AND BE IT FURTHER RE80LV
ED, That Monday, tho 23 day o'
May. 1921, nt tho hour of 8 o'clocl
P. M., at tho Council Chambers o
tho City Hall, bo fixed as tho timr
and placo for tho hoanng of objec
tions and remonstrances against thr
said proposed Improvomont and thr
Pollco Judgo Is horoby directed' tr
causo notlco ot said hearing as b;
Chartor provldod.
STATE OF ORECION, )
County of Klamath, )ss.
(City of Klamath Falls,)
1, A. U. I'Oavm, ronco juuk "
tho City ot Klamath Falls, Oregon,
do horoby cortlfy that the foregoing
Is a duly enrolled copy of a resolution
adopted by tho Common Council on
the 26th day of April, 1921, declar
ing -its intention to Improve High
street from Third street to Sixth
riiwot and Fourth Btreet from Pine
street to Joftorson street, Including
Intersections, and approving, tho
plans, specifications and estimates of
costs submitted by the City Engineer.
A. S. LEAVITT.
28-9 Police Judge.
Murphey's
OREGON AGR10ULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvnllls, May 4. To moot
tho growing ilunuinil for qutll'ud
tonchore of vocational subjects in tho
gnnlo and high schools ot Oroirun, a
now dogreo courso In vocntlnnnl ed
ucntlon at tho stato ngrlcuHurnl
collogo has boon nutlwrlioil by tho
statu board of hlghor currloula tt 111
mooting In Portland April 28
WEATHER RECORD
n
Iloroattur Tho Herald will publish
tho moan nnd maximum tempera
tures nnd precipitation record as tak
en by tho U, 8. Reclamation sarvlco
tntlon. Publication will cover tho
dny previous to tho pnpor's Issue up
to D o'ciock ot (no (iny.
Max. Mln.
May 1 ......... 07 3G
Mny 2 63 21
Mny 3 G2 48
Mny 4 67 27
We
Repair
Recharge
Rebuild
All
Makes of Auto
Batteries
Magnetoes
Generators
Starting
Motors
Reed Auto Supply Co.
Phono 808-J.
II tli. Ht. Near Main
oflpa
klATTIM!!i
AlWtVI
Vv wt If
Phone 531-R
W. E. and J. E. PATTERSON
CONTRACTING PAINTERS
Wo glvo alt our work personal attention, Uso nothing but first
class matorlal. Let us glvo you figures on your painting.
133 N. 4th St. Res; Phone 531-R
tmm4
ALGOMA STAGE
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
CLOTHES OF REAL DISTINCTION
must bo tundo for the wearer Individually. Let uio tnako your bow
spring suit and enjoy uearing really distinctive clothing tailored
to fit you perfectly and to retain Its Mtra-nmartneM during long
constant wear.
CHAS. J. CIZEK,
Merchant Tailor
018 Mala Ht.
It Cant Be Done!
BUT-
It Was Done
They used to say thoro was no other bread llko
mother used to make. That was true bofore BAKE
R1TE was put on the market. BAKERITB OVENS
AND BAKERrTE METHODB did the business and today
you can got a loaf of broad possessing that delicious,
lasting, uppotlzlng flavor heretofore found only in bread
mado at home. This broad Is sold exclusively- at the
Rex Cafo and' The Maize. It la also sorvod oxcluslvoly la
Tho Rex Cafo.
Seed Store
FAua roun
TluTMontntm uonnlo 1ms piissocra
bill providing for a npoclnl tax of 1 3
annually on all bachelor residing In
that Mlato, tho proceed ot tho tnx
to bo paid luto tho widows' pension
fund,
Tho host thing nbout n limn is tho
Influence of n good woman.
m
"Kismet" l eontlng soon.
25few
fited in fash
cmmeryMkr
Good Coffee
with real
Pure
Cream
5c
Take Homed Owen
i'i
f.:
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PHONE 87
124 So. Sixth St
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