The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, August 20, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    SATURDAY, AUGUST 40, 1M1
PAOIQ FOUIt
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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OASSIHEOADVERTISEMENTS
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MISCELLANEOUS
HAVE 40 tons baled hoy; will trmlo
for car. Call 1126 Main or phono
40I-J. 19-22
EWR , flAf.R K Mnm Imnon nl ftft
Washington st., Prlco $2, COO. l'nrt
casn, part torms. boo 11. a. Tnicuo,
3018 Oregon avenue. 19-32
FOR SALE Wicker baby buggy In
good condition. Phono 10S.
19-22
Tennis shoes, $1.00
tho Evans Shoo Co.
per pnlr nt
19-20
WANTED Woman to asslt with
housowork and caro for child
ren. Phono 265. 19-20
Agents Wanted.
County Agents wanted, Big money
maker agents can clear Ten dollars
per day, wrlto at onco tor our agents
proposition. A. J. Mollis, 123 H 1st
Bt., Portland, Ore. 19 23
Seo Evans for Shoo repairing.
19-20
BUY MADE IN KLAMATH Alfalfa
Meal, tor chlckons, rabbits and
calves. Manufactured by Harry Tel
ford. For salo at Murphy's Feed
Store, Sunset Orocery and Anderson's
Groceteria. 18-21
FOR RENT Now and modern rooms
t tho "Clarice." 419 10th St.
' 18-20
FOR SALE My 1125 equity In a
1300 brand new 8onora and good
records at a sacrifice Terms. Bal
ance still due on machlno at easy
.terms. Seo Mrs. Holden at First
Nauonai bank.
18-20
A pleasant afternoon was passed
by the 'ladles of the Elks club
Tuesday at tho templo on Main and
Third streets. Mrs. H. N. Moe and
Mrs. Charles Martin were hostesses
for 'the afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Robinson was hostess
Thursday tor dinner and evening at
her" home on Ninth street. Dinner
guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Leavltt, Arthur and Miss Maybelle
Leavltt. Those who came In tor
the evening wore Miss Minnie Walk
er, Dr.' and Mrs, Truax and Miss
Haxel Moorehouse.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Delrcll en
tertained at dinner Thursday even
ing at dinner for Rev. and Mrs.
E. P. Lawrence, who are visiting
here from Medford this week-end.
Mrs. Guy Manning was hostess
Wednesday afternoon for a number
.
of friends at a 600 party given in
the Hall hotel annex. At the close
of a delightful afternoon at cards
light refreshments wero served by
tbo hostess. Mrs. M. S. West was
most successful in playing and tho
prlxe went to her. Present were:
Mesdames E. B. Hall, Henrietta
Melhose, M. S. West, Clinton M.
Brooklns, Jack Slater, Charles Mar
tin, Fred Schallock, William Sand
ham, Charles House, Ernest Bubb,
Victor Palmer, H. N. Moe, J. 8.
Elliott, Fred Dunbar, Hardin Cart
er, Sid Evans, R. C. Grocsbeck, Orb
Campbell, M. M. Obencholn, and
Earl Whitlock.
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. A.
M, Worden entertained informally
the Rer. and Mrs. E. P. Lawronco
with a lawn supper, at their homo Paying off Its crew this wook prepa
on Washington street. Rer. and Mrs. ' ratory to closing down operations for
Lawrence are bero from Medford, tbo season,
via Spring Creek, where they camp-' C. T. Madson, prominent Worden
ed for a few days,
.Invitations aro out for the grand
Masonic ball and cntortalnmont to
oe given September G, at tho Scandl-
navlan ball. This will bo ono of tho
biggest affairs of thn kind tn )n irivn
liu -nrti. n , ! ,
this season and is one of tho very few
balls to be given by Kfamath lodge
No. 77, A. p. & A. Mi, during its
lone oxlstoncn in tht ritv Thn
long existence in this city. The
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Eel
Tom, Now You
CAREFUL WITH
READrV NOW!
ONE-TWO -
HIM1.
THREE-
yk 3n& j? flH
FOR SALE -17 laying heis. Phono
G76-J, 325 w. lutn at., lT-au
WANTED Dry shop grndor to bo-
gln work Monday 'tho 22nd, Phono
or wrlto. Nino Lumber Co., City.
17-20
FOR SALE Ford bug, llargalu tor
cash. Seo Molby, Wlntors Jewelry
Store. 10-20
CITY GAItllAOE When you want
garbngo removed, coll lOr.'JII.
FOR RENT 3-room apartmonts,
turnlshod and unfurnished. Mrs.
Myrtto Anderson, Apt. 4, C2S Oak
St. 1C-22
FURNITURE for 9-room homo for
sale. Flno locntlon for rooming
or boarding houso. A bargain, '80S
Main St. 15-20
PAINTS, OIL3 AND VARNISH
WALL PAPER
W. E. AND J. E. PATTERSON
Phono 196-W. 127 N. 4th St.
1-31
WOMAN wnnted to cook for small
harvest crew at Maltn. Inquire
Horald office. D. L. 17-23
SHOE Shines cut to lEc at O. K.
Parlors. Shines Just as good as
over, work guaranteed. Wm. Tlmms,
Prop. 15-20
FOR SALE Pasture and hay, good
fattening grass, sufflctont for 300
head of cnttlo also 200 tons mixed
red top timothy and wild hay. Ap
ply Mrs. Contrail, Shtpplngton,
phono 356 or Dr. Qaddls. Englo
Rldgo Tavern. 11-22
FOR RENT Nowly turnlshod rooms,
cere a night. 13 a week at Hot
Springs Hotel. C-20
managers of tbo ball and entertain
ment aro tho past masters and past
wardens and tho patronesses aro to
bo tho past and present matrons,
O. E. S.
Tho Missionary society of tbo
Presbyterian church met Thursday
afternoon at tho church. Plans wero
mado at this tlmo for a get-together
luncheon noxt month and
several other matters of entertain
ment wero taken caro of.
J. F. Magulro was tho honor guest
at a birthday sinner given Tor him
by members of his family Thursday
evening. A wonderful chicken din
ner was followed by a fine big birth
day cake.
Tho Happy Hour Sewing club will
meot next week at tbo homo of Mrs.
George Humphrey, on Pine street.
Last week tho club was entertain
ed at the homo of Mrs. O. M. Hec
tor and a particularly ploasant af
ternoon was enjoyed by tho mem
bers and a number of guests.
DORR1S PERSONALS.
'DORR1S, Cal., Aug.. 20 Hart W,
Palmer, general manager of tbo Lum
bcrmaijs Warohouso & Storago com
pany of Portland, was In town yester- cordanco wlh tho plans and spocl
h ,-,... ...in. ,.... u i flcatlons therefor on fllo with tho
day conversing with local business
men relative to tho lumber business
and tho prospective outlook for the
future.
If. f!- Mftrrvmnn vrni
n h,i.in..
a ousinoss
. :: '" "-' - -- " ,
visitor in town yestorday, having
driven up from Bray whoro ho Is ,
connectod with tho Crater Lake Box '
' l
company,
. I
Tho IC & C. Lumber company Is
farmer, spent yestorday in town on
business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Mitchell of Mt
Dome and Mrs. A. B. McDonald of
tho J. F. Ranch spent yestorday after-
noon in Dorris
v n ,i,nr ,, ,. .
Y'. : ,!u ,.pyV. -
soclatod with W. E Samuols in tho
operation of tho old Clark mill near
town, has rotlrod from tho business
nH hii ..,.,. t.i. i, . . .
and will transfer his interests to Mr.
SPIT IT
7CUKC
Twenty-five Years
.1-Tl
srmuir
PETTICOR03 trroRe oust Rccjnvcd
A MEW SHIPMENT Of UP-TD-DATC
rMINSJTAK-C..'
Samuols. Although arrangements lor
future conduct of tho mill hno not
been mode, It Is thought that Mr.
Samuols, who Is n practical mill man,
will associate with him other rcspon
slblo men of tho community In tho
entorprlw.
M, Evans has purchased n now
Ford cor and Is busy learning to
oporatc. Mr. Evans Is very ndept
considering that ho Is In his eighties,
having driven four of tho long oared ,
tribes across tho plains boforo Henry
Ford over dreamed of Lizzie.
-o
WEATHER RECORD
Hereafter Tho Iterate! will publish
the mean and maximum tcrapora-
ures and precipitation record as tak
en by tho U. S. Reclamation service
ttttlon. Publication Will COVor the
day previous to the paper's Issuo, up
to 5 o'clock of tbo day.
Pre-
3ErsHf!s3E3 j BVt Url
A R4w'l D nl f2nr mar rr V"M ' -& '
Max Mln. clpltatlon
Aug. 1 ............ 88 55
Aug. 2 ..... 86 51
Aug. 3 ... 89 56
Aug. 4 89 50
Aug. 6 . . 90 oti
Aug 6 94 57
Aug. 7 ........... 9C 61
Aug. 8 37 56
Aug. 9 .... 88 60
Aug. 10 91 51
Aug. 11 .: 90 60
Aug. 12 87 53
Aug.' 12 87 51 ' -
Aug. 14 75 49
Aug. 15 79 44
Aug. 16 87 60
Aug, 17 . 81 43
Aug. IS 78 42 '
Aug. 19 .. . 88 61
clpltatlon
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO bo mado contingent upon tho sale
IMPROVE WABIIINGTONlf the bonds lo be nuthnrlzed for
STREET FROM THIRD STREET, financing tho proposed Improvement
TO FIFTH STREET. INCLUDING i
INTERSECTIONS.
Proposals will be received by the
Common Council of the City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, for making thn
improvement of Washington street
from Third street to Fifth strcot In
cluding Intersections.
Tho Improvement to bo mado In
City Englncor and tho Pollco Judgo,
for cither of tbo classes of hnrdsur
faclng mentioned In tbo plans and
specifications and In tho Odlnanco,
'N'0, CC7, "fdorlng tho Improvement.'
jho making of tho Improvomont will
i no maKing or tun Improvomont will
ay, jjuvjuBiOO let in ono contract. l'roposals
bo let In one contract. Pronnsals
mu't he filed with tho Pollco Judgo
"ot .,ator, tJ,nn.'i! o'clock P. M., of
W A 1abb laV iflTi -hA i.A.IbI. ..!. -!
WVIUUUI OIU, A, Uf, Yl
lllch (lute and
!.. .. .1.. ,-, II 1 i , ,
tuuv, m uu v,uuncii uuamuur in imiu racitic Torraco. including intoracc
clty, all proposals will bo opened tlonn.
fo consideration, I Tho Improvement to bo mndo In
Each proposal must bo nccomp-'occordnnco wllh tho plans nnd Hpocl-
onled by a certified check on somo flrntlmm ttx.n.fnr nn fin, ..in. hn
frellablo banking Institution equal to
uvo percent or mo amount or. tno
proposal to be .forfoltcd to tho city
upon failure of tho successful bid-
der to onter into contract nnd bond
for the faithful completion of tho
improvement. Tne ngnt to rojoct
nny nd nil proposals being hereby
reserved in tho common council. Tho
Inward to tho successful bidder will
b0 md0' cont'nBcnt upon tho snlo
of the bonds to bo authorized for
financing tho proposed improvomont.
Tl Improvement to consist of
grading to full width, hnrdsurfaclng
2C fcet fa width with cither Bltull-
Tom, Difln't Stay Long
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s
OUT! .-,
Hi-tKlvin i ;
Ff " m asrrJKsTi 1
1 J . L ,b r"" '
Ago In Linkvillc
thlc, Concrete or Wlllltn, curbing,
"'' In'"B f concrete nlkB.
i 'Voll'co Judge.
y order of tho Common Council.
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE .!i:riT.!t.HON STREET
PROM THIRD STREW TO FIFTH
STREET, AMI FIFTH HTREirr
FROM .II.YTEHSO.N TO LINCOLN
KTHEET. AND LINCOLN HTREirr
FROM FIFTH KTUIlirr T HIXTII
STRHET INCLUDING INTKRHEC
TIONS AND THE INTERSECTION
OF LINCOLN A .VI) SIXTH
STIIE171.
Propnali will bo received by tbo
Common Council of tho City of
Klamath Falls. Oregon, for 'making
tho Impovemont of Jefferson street
from Third street, tn Fifth street and
Fifth street from Jefforsou to Lin
coln street and Lincoln street. Fifth
stroct to Sixth street, Including In
tersections, and the Intenertlon at
l.lnrntn nn.l RIyHi ufri.nf.
Tho lm-
,,0vomcnt to bo madn In nccordanco
with tho nlnns and sncclflratlons
Minrnfnr nn flln Willi Mm Pltv Kn.
ginpor and In the office of the Police
I Judge, for either of tbo clashes of
, hardsurfaclng mentioned In tho plana
nnd specifications nnd In Ordinance
!No. GCO, ordortng the Improvement.
Tlio ranking of the Improvement tf 111
bo let In one contract.
Proposal must bo filed with the
Pollco Judge not later than 8 o'clock
P. M., of October 3rd, 1921, nt which
'tlmo nnd dntn nt tho Council Cham
tber In sold city nil proposals will bo
opened for consideration.
Each proposal must be accompa
nied by n certified check on somo
responsible bnnklng Institution equal
jtn 5 per cent of tho amount of tho
proposal, to ho rorroltcd to tlio city
upon failure of thn successful bid
der to enter Into contnrct and bond
for tho faithful completion of tho
Improvement. The right to rojoct
nny nnd nil 'ilrls being hereby ro-
j served In the Common Council. Tho
, nwnrd to tho successful bidder will
Tho Improvement Is to consist of
grading to full width, hnrdsurfaclng
26 feet In width with cither llltull
thlc, Concroto or Wllllte. with curb
ing and six font cement sldownllcs
on both sides, nil Intersections to bo
paved full width.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Pollco Judge,
lly order of tho Common Council,
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE IJLIMHtADO STREET
FROM ESPLANADE TO PORT
LAND. AND MELROSE FROM
ELDORADO TO PACIFIC TER
RACE,
Proposals will bo rocelvod by tho
Common Council of tho City of Klam-
Common Council of tho Cltv
nth Falls. Oroirnn. for nmklnr dm
ntii i."nii nrnn tnr vin ,i,
imnrovnmnnt of Eldorado Street.
trom Esplanndo to Portland Strcot, .
ma a 1
unci Mnlnmn RtrnAt frnm FMilnrmln (n
.. V '. -"""-"
City Engineer and In tho office of
tlio Pollco Judgo, for olthor of tho
classes of hardmirfaclng montlonod
In tho plana nnd spoclflcntlonH nnd
In Ordlnanco No. 656, ordorlng tho
Improvomont. Tho making of tho
Improvomont will lio let In ono con-
tract. Proposals must bo filed with
tho Pollco Judgo not later than 8
o'clock P. M of Octnbor 3rd., 1921,
nt -which dato nnd tlmo nt tho city
hall In said city, nil proposals will bo
opened for, consideration.
Each proposal milst bo accompa-
nlod by a certified chock on somo
responsible banking Institution oqunl
TT1E Wer ?N ITS A BUOY I 'TS A 6IR1. ! AW, t WA8 .
I U1 : a, r- U: . . 1 FOOLIN'MEl
to 5 per cent of thn amount nt tho
proposal to bo forfoltod to tho city
upon failure of tlio successful blddur
to outer Into contract nml bond for
tho faithful completion of tho Im
provement. The right to reject any
mid ntt bids being hereby rosorved In
thu common council. Tho award to
tho successful bidder will bu mndo
contingent upon tho salo of thu bonds
to bo authorised for fluouclug the
proposed 'Improvement.
Tim Improvement lo consist of
grading street to full wldlh, hard
surfacing to Iho width of 26 feet
with olthor llltullthlc, Concrete, mid
curbing,
A. L. LHAV1TT.
Pollen Judgo,
lly order nt tho Common Council.
NOTICE INVITING MRS.
lllds will bo rocolved by thn Com
mon Council up to mid Including
Monday, August 22, 1921, nt Iho hour
of S o'clock P. M. for tho repair of
.Sixth street from Klnlock Aveniio to
tho Railroad crooning on Sixth street.
Tho repairs .to lm mado consist In
scarifying, grndlng and rolling thu
present surface, laying drains, Instal
ling rntrh-baslns and Installing
pumps, nil In accordance with plans
anil specification!! of tho city en
gineer, on file In his office and In the
office of tho 1'ollco Judge, lllds
to bo accompanied with n certified
check for 5 per cent of tho amount
i of tho bid. Tho Common Council
reserves tho right to reject any and
all bids.
A. L. LEAVITT.
A-13-23 Police Judgo.
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSAIJ4 TO
IMPROVE HIGH STREET FROM
THIRD HTREirr TO CEDAR
STREET. AND CEDAR STREET
FROM HIGH STREET TO PINE
STREET.
Proposals will bo received by the
Common Council of tho City of Klam
nth Falls, Oregon, tor making tin
Improvement of High Htrcot from
Third street to westerly lino of High
street nnd Codar street from High
street to Pine street Including Inter
sections. Tim Improvement to bo
madu In nccordanco with tho plans
nnd specifications therefore on file
with tho City Englncor nnd In tho
offlcn of tho Pollco Judge, for cither
of tho classes of hnrdsurfaclng men
tioned In tho plans and specifications
nnd In Ordinance No. 658, ordering
thn Improvement. Tho making of
tho Improvement will bo let In one
I rontrnct. Proposals must bo filed
with tho Pollco Judgo not later than
H o'clock P M., of October 3rd, 1021.
at which tlmo and dato at tho city
hall In said city Jill proposals will be
opened for consideration.
Each proposal must lie accompa
nied by a certified ctiock on somo res
ponsible banking Institution equal
to 5 per rent of the amount of the
proposal, to bu forfeited tn tho city
upon failure of tho successful bidder
to enter Into contact And bond forj
the faithful completion of tho Im
provement. Tho right to reject nny
and all bids bolng hcroby reserved
In ,tho Common Council, Tho nward
to 'the successful bidder will bo mndo
contingent upon the sale of thn bonds
to bo authorized for financing tho
pronosed Improvement.
Tho Improvement to consist In grn
dlng to full width, bardsurfoclng to
the width of 25 feet with either llltu
llthlc, Concroto or Wllllle, with curb
ing and content sidewalks.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Pollco Judgo,
lly order of tbo Common Council.
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE HIGH STHEIIT FROM
THIRD STREET TO SIXTH
STREET AND FOURTH HTREirr
FRO.M PINE TO JEFFERSON
HTREirr.
Proposals will bo received by tho
Common Council of tho City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, for making thn
Improvement of High strcot from
Third street lo Sixth street and
Fourth street from Pine utreet to
Jefferson street. Including IntorseC'
tlnns. Tho Improvement to bo mado f her In said city all proposals will bo
In occordnncn wllh tho plans andiopenod for consideration. Each pro
specifications therefor on fllo wlth'posal must bo accompanied by a cor
thn City Engineer nnd In tho offlcn , llflcil check on somo responsible
of tho Pollco Judge, for either of thn, banking Institution equal to 6 per
cIobscs of hardsurfaclng mentioned .cent of thn amount of tho proposal
In tho plans and spoclflcntlonH and In 'to bo forfeited tn tho city upon fall
Ordlnnnco Np, 661, ordorlng tho Im-.uro of tho liuccessful bidder lo ontor
provoment, TJio'mnKing of tho im-nnio contract and bond for tho faith
provomont will bo let in ono contract, iful completion of tho Improvement,
Proposnls must bo filed with tlio. Mm right to reject any and all bids
Pollco Judgo not lntor than 8 o'clock' being hereby resorved In tho Com-N
I', M,.. ntOctpbor 3rd., 1921, nt which ion Council. Tho award to tho sue
tlmo nnd dntn at tho Council Chnmbor ceBsful bidder will bo mndo contlr.g
In said eity all proposals will bo out upon thn nolo of tho bonds to bo
oponod for consideration. Inuthorlxed for financing tho propos-
Ench proposain muiit bo nccompan-'ed Improvement. Tho Improvomont
led by n cortlflod chock on somo rov to consist of grading to full width,
ponslblo banking Institution equal hardsurfaclng 30 feet In width, with
to 5 por rent of tho amount of tho either llltullthlc, Concroto or Wiltlto,
propoiial, to bo forfoltod to tho city concrete curbing, nnd sidewalks flvo
upon fnlluro of thu successful bid- feet wide ou west sldo of South Rlvor
der lo ontor Into contract and bond sldo ntreot nnd from Main to south
for tho fnlthful completion of tho Miio of park on onst Hldo, nnd on
Improvomont. Tho right to rojoct nny southorly lino of Main to oastorly
and nil IjIiIh helng hereby rosorved In . lino of South Rlvorsldo.
tho Common Council. The award to A. L. LEAVITT.
tho miccoHsriil bidder will bo mado I Pollco Judgo.
contingent upon tho salo of the bonds By ordor of tho Common Council.
to lm nuthorlsod for flnnnctng tho
proposed Improvement, Tho Improve
inont to consist of grndlug to full,
width, hordsurfaclng Twenty flvo
feet lit width with either llltullthlo,
Concrete or other hnrdsurfaco pave
ment, with curbing mid cmuant side-
Wlllkll.
A. L. LEAVITT,
Pollen Judge,
lly order of Iho Common Council.
"JL- .- ' .-J1 1 .I1I.J..JJ
.MAKE STREET IMPROVEMENTS.
Proposals will bo received by the.
Common Council of tlioTJIty of Klam-
nth Falls, Oregon for making thn
Improvement ilMgnod for Fourth
street from Klamath nvonuo to thn
southerly line of Oak avenue! Flflli
street from Klamath nvonuo to thn
noiitherly llnu of Willow nvonuo;
Walnut aveniio from the northerly
lino of Fourth street lo thn southerly
line of Sixth utreet; Oak nvonuo from
the northerly line or Fourth street
to tho southerly linn of Seventh
street: Willow nvonuo from tho
northerly linn of Fifth street to thn
southerly Hun of Hlxth ntreot together
with all Intersections between tho
respective termini not already Im
proved. Held proposed Improvements
to tin made In accordance with thn
plans and specifications of the city
engineer for either of thn classes of
Improvement mentioned In said plans
nnd specifications nml thn nrdlnancn
ordering thn proposed Improvement,
which said ordinance Is numbered
run, adopted on thn 21st day of
Fobrunry 1921, and by thn mayor
approved on the 23rd day of Fobrun
ry. 1912.
Thn plans anil specifications for
such Improvement being on fllo with
the Pollen Judgo and with tho city
engineer,
Tho contract foi- making tho pro
posed Improvement will bo let In nno
rontrnct. Proposals must fin filed
with thn pollco Judgo for submission
to tho council not later tlinn 8 o'clock
P M.. on October 3rd, 1921. at which
tlmo and date, at tho council chamber
In said city, all proposals will bo
opened and considered.
Knch proposal to bo nccompnnled
by n certified check on some respon
sible bank equal to 6 per cent of
tho proposal, same to bo forfoltod
to tho city upon fnllurn of thn suc
cessful bidder to enter Into bond nnd
contract for the faithful completion
of tho Improvement. Tho right to
reject any and all bids and proposals
Is hereby reserved In thn city, Tho
award to thn siicci'imfiil bidder will bo
made contingent upon thn salo of
thn bonds to tie nuthorltml for pro
viding funds for financing tho pro
posed Improvement.
Rids am rospcrtfuly Invited on
llltullthlc. Oil Macadam and concroto,
In addition to grndlng, curbing, drain
ago nnd commit walks.
Dated at Ktamulh i:ia, August
12th, 1921.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Pollen Judgo.
lly Order of the Common Council,
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE SOUTH RIVERSIDE
HTRITT FltO.M WEST MAIN TO
CITV 1 1'M-rs AND WEST MAIN
FROM END Or PWEMENT AT
CONGER AVENUE TO WESTER
LY LINEOF SOUTH RIVERSIDE.
Proposals will be received by tho
Common Council of tho City of Klam
nth Falls, Oregon, for making tho
Improvement of South Riverside
street, from West Main tn tho city
limits, and West Mntn street from
end of pavement nt Conger nvcnuo
to westerly linn of South Rlvorsldo
street Including Intersections. Tho
Improvement to lm mndo In accord
ance with thn plans nnd specifications
therefor on fllo wllh the City En
gineer and In thn office of thn Pollen
Judgo for either of thn classes nt
hurdnurfnclng mentioned In tho plans
nnd specifications and In Ordlnnncn
No, 6S9, ordering thn Improvomont,
Tho making of thn Improvomont will
lie in one contract.
Proposals must bo fllod with the
Pollco Judgo not Inter than 8 o'clock
P. M. of October 3rd.. 1921. nt which
tlmo and dato nt tho Council Cham-
BY ALLMAN