The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, August 25, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    PAOIO FOCH
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, AUGUHT SK, 15U.
Ii
1.1
I
l
I
aASSiFIEOADVERTISEMENTS
buuvyuyifu"u"inrrrri"" -j
MISCELLANEOUS
NVVVWM
wwVW
11021 ISO-Chevrolet, fully
eaulDDCd 'with accessories. Now car
gunrnntco.
1 1918-DuIck Six.
tires. Car A-l condition.
Plvo now
nUICK BALKS AND SERVICE CO.
1 1918-Bulck Four, guaranteed
first class condition, noal bargain.
Inquire of J. C, WRIC1HT OR
7TH. AND KLAMATH AVE.
Anctlon Solo, 10 . m., August 87,
1021.
Dick Btorc. Corner 6th and Kla
mnth are. Household goods. Guns,
shoes, clothing. Thousands other
good things. Ladles cordially Invited.
Come and see, you will buy. Our
price aro right. Dick, corner 8th
and Klamath. S4-2G
fvn SALE 1913 Chevrolet Tour
ing car, good condition, $300. Kla
math Falls Auto Co. 224 Main. 24-27
FOR RENT Small cottage, modern.
Klamath and. Payno Ave. 24-26
WANTED Clean cotton wiping, rags,
paying 8c per pound. Klamath
Falls Auto Co., 224 Main St. 24-27
FOR SALE Ford Speedster, good
condition, new paint, a bargain at
1235. Klamath Falls-Auto Co.. 224
Main. 24-27
FOR SALE 1920 Dort, 5 passenger,
run four thousand miles, good con
dition, good paint. Klamath Falls
Auto Co. 2 2 4 Main. 24-27
FOR SALE Ford touring car. Apply
after 5 at 1405 Oregon Ave.
24-25
FOR 8ALE Ford one ton truck,
good body and cab, four speed
transmission. Klamath Falls Auto
Co. 224 Main St. 24-27
NURSERY STOCK For Fall deli
very order now. Tho Salem Nur
sery Co., offers a splendid lino of
trees, shrubs and vines for fruit,
shado and ornamental purposes.
Orders taken by W. S. Slough, Agt.
131 Washington St., Phono 464.
24-6
FOR RENT 5-room house In Mills
Addition. Phono 273-R. 24-25
FOR SALE Lot, four room house,
furnished or unfurnished, trado
for small car and some cash. Doz
L. 8. IX. Herald office. 24-25
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath and phone. "512 N.
9tb St 23-27
FOR SALE Ford bug, bargain for
cash. See Melby, Winters Jewelry
Store. . 23-27
FOR SALE 3 U Mitchell wagon, in
good condition. Phone 19F1C.
23-29
WANTED Colored man wants work
of any kind, phone 558-J. Ask
7or A. Maxwell. 23-29
FOR SALE One 2-hole electrlo
plate, A-l condition. Phone 360J.
23-27
BLACKSMITH WANTED Apply C
D. House. 622 6th St. 23-27
WINTER SEWING Do it now. Rent
a machine. Inquire Singer office.
208 Main. Special prices on Used
macmnos. uepairing, cleaning, nom
stitching done. 23-5"
wakteu JiWdie-oged woman ns
chambermaid by day. Klamath
rooms, 125 S. 6th St. ' ,23-27
WANTED YOUR FTRS AND HIDES
TO TAN
Send your trophies to us to
mount. Wo mount, tan and mako
everything in tho fur lino. Could
use a representative at Klamath
Falls. BrutoDs Taxidermy Tennery
and Fur Co., Roseburg, Oreg. .
22-25
THE TURNER Apartments, 812 Oak
St., Mrs. Lyons new manager. Two
rooms, 125.00, single ? 16.00, wood
light and water furnished. 22-26
LOST On Merriil-Malin Highway
1A Special Eastman kodak. Re
ward. Standard Oil Co. 23-27
Mako that idle dollar work! Put
It la the bank.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Things Were Going Along Too Well BY ALLMAN
Rr ' HELEmSHAsI ES'I-VERV KET8JtHI3LETTER JUST , fek $ HpOOH. IT'S FROM OUR B fe V'Wb 9H
mmr BEEN A PRETTY rWMG WORKED, Qf MM CAME FOR MR.DUFF.' 1 M W?) W LANDLORD- HE SAYS OUR B 'fig WELL CAM sH
HEI good tTT ootallright? Er rr run rtl & if lease expires today i" mm 0? Trpa-S HHH
Y? VACATION! ' WE SHOULD ; r' mmW!jmXSKL W& tm HE HAS. A NEW ONE READY I WM 9 ilSI
L-fcSJC0M5BATt'LATE m DIT.J OH'A.NK illiP3 Wm ( 2$?WH AN INCREASE OF 1 THAT f
CITY (MEHAGE When you want
KartiiiRO removed, cull tOP.!!3.
RENTS REDUCED Sleeping nnd
housekeeping rooms. Phono 44S-W,
McMillan Apt. 22-26
CUT-OFF men wanted, also common
Inborors. Growers Packing Ware
housing Ass'n. 19-25
PAINTS, OILS ANI VARNISH
WALL PAPER
W. K. AND J. K. PATTERSON
Phono 196-W. 127 N. 4th St.
1-31
IS
EL CENTRO, Col., Aug. 25.
The Colorado river must bo put
back where It belongs and kept
thero. If tho Imperial Irrigation
District 1 to thrive In the future
according to F. N. Cronholm, chief
englnaer and general manager for
tho district. At presont, the south
ern portion of tho Colorado, from
a few miles bolow Yuma to whero
the waters cntor tho gulf of Cali
fornia, forms a delta similar In
character to that of tho Nllo. Whon
the river rises. It leaves tho small
cuts nnd channels that scam tho
delta lands, nnd -wonders all over
Lowor California, sometimes threat
oniric to break back along tho ir
rigation system Into tho Imperial
Valley, and always causing tho land
owners anxious hours and largo ex
penditures for protection.
Mr. Cronholm told a recent moot
ing of tho irrigation district dircc
tors that it would cost about $2,'
300,000 to stop this trouble His
plans contoraplato straightening tho
river channel, defining It so clearly
that it will stop tho river wators,
and making assurance doubly sure
by a constructing additional pro
tective lovcos. At a cost of $275,-
000 ho would also divert tho riv
er Into Pcscadcro basin, strength
en tho thrco existing levees which
lie- between tho principal streams
and tbo valley lands, and would
mako a com pic to land and aerial
survey of tho wholo Colorado river
for tho futuro guldftnco of flood
fighters.
Tho total ccst of theso changes
would bo about thrco million dol
lars, Mr. Cronholm estimated. That
Is a lot of money, ho said, but as
tho annual bill for preventing riv
er ravages and repairing flood
damages is cioso to ten per cent
of that figure, It would pay event
ually and In tbo mean tlmo would
end uncertainty about flood losses.
Plenty of Persons
Still Love Dobbin
LOS ANGELES, Cnl., Aug. 25.
Horses may bo passing from tho
stage, but horso lovers aro still
numerous. Tho Los Angeles city
council Is convinced ot that..
Recently tho tiro department re
leased 18 old tlmo steeds from sor
vlco, motorizing the equipment hav-
C0L0HO DIKE
PROPOSED
ing been finally completed. Tbo proposed Improvement. Tho Improve
council ordered the lire horses ment to consist of grading full width
transferred to tho engineering de-lnnd hardsurfaclng 40 feet In width,
n.,n, ..i .,,),,.. .,,.., Iwlth elthor bltullthie, concroto, Will
partment to haul garbage 8n;iIto or aspuauic concrete, curbing nnd
mem vuuiu u icuiiinuuuB uvi
protost from press, pulpit and pub
lic that swept the council from Its
courso and landed tho horses In a
safo haven.
Fiory oyod women and earnest
voiced mon desconded on tho coun
cil in drown. Tnoy told that as
tounded body a fow things. The
garbage hauling order was rescind
ed and tho steeds ordered turned
over to tbo park departmont with
instructions to work thorn enough
to insure conditions, and lot them
live out their days in ease.
In the musaum of Trinity College,
Dublin, Is a harp that belonged to
tbo Irish monarch, Brian Borumba,
who camo to tho tbrono In 1005
A. D.
Twenty-five Year
KYW jtlTSUn
SL WtL
Four Federal Men
ArtAeil in Fnrrem
r i r ii
Xghting Beetle
i
John M, Miller, F. P. Keen of
San Francisco. J. K. Patterson and
F. P. Pollock of Ashland, connoct-
cd with tho United States Bureau five percent of tho amount of tho
of Entomology, havo arrived in this proposal to bo forfeited to tho city
... i . i .. i, ,,,, - upon falluro of tho successful bid
city to assist In tho plno bottle con- ' . . . contrnc. aml uom,
trol situation nnd will work In con-
Junction with A. E. Jaonlcko, gov-'
ornment expert sent hero to Inves-
tlgato and outllno tho control cam -
7 " , , , .. ..
palgn beginning In tho spring.
Tho detail of theso men horo to
Investigate tho sceno of their futuro
activities means much to tho own-
f ii fimw for crulslnc
ors of private timber for cruising
of tho Infested areas can bo mndo
now and tho notes taken for camp
locations In tho spring. '
Tho worst lnfostod portions of tho'
timber belt will bo scourged of tho
pest nt tho ouUot of tho campaign,
Mr. Jaonlcko stated.
NOTICE INVITIXO PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE ELEVENTH STRE17T
FROM MAIN STllEITr TO KIiAM
ATH. ,
Proposals will be recolvcd by tho
Common Council ot tho City of,
Klamath Falls, Orogon, for making
tho Improvement of Eleventh street,
from Main street to Klamath avonuo. j
Tbo Improvement to do mnuo in
accordanco with tho plans and spe
cifications thorofor on fllo with the
City Englneor, nnd In tho offlco of
tho Pollco Judge, for atthor ot tho
classes of hardsurfaclng mentioned
In
tho plans nnd specifications and
In Ordlnanco No. 553, ordering ttio street to Hixrn street, inciuuing in
Imnrovemont. Tho making of thoi torsectlons, nnd tho Intersection nt
improvement will bo lot In ono con -
tract. Proposals must bo filod with
tue roiico Juago noi iair man o
O CIOCK 1, 31. Ol uciuoor uru. xv-i
at which ttmo and dato at tho city ;
hall In said city all proposals will bo
opened for consideration.
Each proposals must be accom-
panted by a certified check on somo I
responsible banking institution equal!
to 5 per cent of tho amount ot tho
proposnl, to be forfeited to tho city
upon falluro of tbo successful cin
der to enter Into contract and bond
for the faithful completion of the
Improvement. The right to reject
any and all bids Is hereby reserved
In the Common Council. The award
to tho successful bidder will be mode
contingent upon the sale ot the bonds
to bo authorized for financing tno
ton foot cement sidewalk.
L. LEAVITT,
Pollco Judge.
Common Council.
By order of tho
NOTICE INVITINC! PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE WASHINGTON
STREET FROM THIRD STREET
TO FIFTH STREET, INCLUDING
INTERSECTIONS.
Proposals will bo rccolved by the
Common Council ot tbo City ot Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, for making the
Improvomont of Washington stroot
from Third stroot to Fifth streot in
cluding Intersections.
Tho Improvement to bo made in
accordanco with tbo plans and speci
fications therofor on file with tho
City Englneor nnd the Pollco Judgo,
for either of tbo classes of hardsur
faclng mentioned In tbo plans and
specifications and In the Odlnanco,
No. 557, ordoring tbo Improvement.
The making ot tho Improvoment will
Ago In Linkvillo
j-l wfirjA a& jg
S.lAMUI1
SKINNY TICDCT3 KCTUKNS HOMG re
A VISIT AFTER CDNOAWAt MPTTCN
VCA
bo let in ono contract. Proposals P "'"K " " ,'"i h"Tr. i
must bo filed xxlth tho Pollco Judge "J'""" Lfn ,,( nm
, lnlnr .hn., jt nVlnrk IV M . nf'wltll OlttlCf UltUlltlltC. Concrete, and
I not later than 8 o'clock P. M.,
October 3rd, 1921, nt which dato nnd
ttmo, at the Council Chamber In said
city, nil proposals will bo opened
"" .. . nr
.., b.. cortmc.i cwv on somo
reliable banking Institution cqunl to
for tll0 fnlthtul completion of tho
improvement. Tho right to reject
any and all proposals being hereby
rrvod In tho common council. Tho
aware to tho successful blildor will
0 mnd(J conUnBcnl upon mo salo
ot tn0 bonds to bo authorised for
flnnnclng tho proposed Improvement.
Tho Improvement to consist of
Krndlng to full width, hnrdsurfaclng
2(J fcol ( w,Uh w((h ((,thcr ,,.
the, concroto or Wllllto. curbing,
nnd laying of concroto sldownlk.
A. L. LEAVITT,
, . .. - Pollco Judgo.
border of the Common Council
NOTICE INVITIVtJ PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE JEFFERSON STREET1
.mitt Tiiinii ctiiimi'ti i.ifrn
STHEirr. AND FIFTH KTREirT Jt hlch tlmo nnd dnto at tho city
FROM JEFFERSON TO LINCOLN "nil '" niA "'J' n" Proposals will bo
STREET. AND I.1.NC01.N.STREET I opened for consideration.
FROM I'IFTII STREET TO SINTII V.utlx proposal must bo nrcompa-uTDi'-rn.
ivi't'itiiivn iviri'imi'i'. ' ii led by n certified etieck on somo res-
TinvV.wii Tin: iVTiiimECTlONiPonslblo banking Institution equal
OF LINCOLN
STREI7T.
A N 1 SIXTH
Proposals will bo received by tho
Common Council of tbo. City of
Klamath Falls. Oregon, for mnklng
tho Impovomcnt of Jcfforson street
from Third street, to Fifth streot and
Fifth street from Jefferson to Lin-
coin streot nnd Lincoln street. Fifth
Lincoln mid Sixth streets. Tho lm -
povement to bo mndo In accordance
wim nu jnuiin urn. hih-i:iiii.i.hmi
murtiiur uii inn lvnu uiu k,uj i-.h-
glncer and In tho offlco ot tho Pollco
Judge, for cither of tho clnsscs of
hardsurfaclng mentioned In tho plans
and specifications and In Ordlnnnco
No. 560, ordering tho Improvement
Tho making ot tho Improvement will
bo let in ono contract.
Proposals must bo filed with tho
Pollco Judgo not later than 8 o'clock
P. M of Octobor 3rd, 1921, nt which
time nnd dato nt tho Council Chnm
Jbor In sold city nil proposals will bo
opened for consldorntton.
Each proposal must bo accompa
nied by a certified check on some
rosponslblo banking Institution cqunl
to 5 per cent ot tho nmount ot tho
proposal, to bo forfeited to tho city
upon failure of tho successful bid
der to enter Into contarct and bond
for tho faithful completion of tho
Improvoment. Tho right to reject
nny nnd all ''Ids bolng harohy re
served In the Common Council. Tho
award to tho successful blildor will
bo mado contingent upon tho 'sale
of tho bonds to bo authorized for
financing tho proposed Improvomont.
Tho Improvomont is to consist ot
grading to full width, hardsurfaclng
25 feet In width with olthor Illtull
thlc, Concroto or Wllllto, with curb
Ing and six foot comont sldownlks
on both sldos, nil Intersections to bo
paved full width.
A. L. LEAVITT,
Pollco Judgo.
By ordor of tho Common Council.
NOTICE INVITINO PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE ELDORADO STREET
FROM ESPLANADE TO PORT-
" LAND, AND MELROSE FRO.M
ELDORADO TO PACIFIC TER-
ItACE.
Proposals will bo received by tho
Common Council of tho City ot Klam-
.rwK,::;,i:;tss,.
Htroot,
J-.,,. 1,'aiiiniiinii, in Portland Htroot,
11(1 1'l VI Will VII I. . "1"""".
mid Molrono Htroot from Kldormlo to
Pnclflo Torrnco, Including Intersec
tions. " . .
Tho Improvement lo ho nmdn in
neeortlnnco with tho plans mul bpoc.1
flcotloiiB thorofor on flto wilt tho
City Engineer nnd In ,tho office or
(ho Pollco Jmlno, for either of tlin
classes of linrdsurthcliiK mentioned
In tlih plain nnd specifications and
In Ordlnnnco No. BCD, ordering tho
Improvoment. Tho mnklng of tho
lmprovoiiieiit will ho lot In nim con
tract. Proposals must ho filed with
Iho Pollen Judge not Intor thnn 8
o'clock P. M of October 3rd., 1921,
nt, .which date and time at tho city
hall In said city, nil propoinls wilt bo
opened for consideration.
Each proposal must lie accompa
nied by a certified check on some
rospouslblo banking Institution equal
to C per rent or tho amount of tho
proposnl to bo forfoltod to tho city
upon failure ot tho successful blddor
to ontor Into contract nnd bond for
tho faithful completion ot tho Im
provement. Tho right to rojoct nny
and nil bids being hereby reserved In
tho common council. Tho award to
tho successful bidder will bo mndo
contingent upon tho salo of tho bonds
to bo nuthorliod for financing the
proposed Improvement.
Tho Improvoment lo consist of
curbing,
A. L. LEAVITT.
Pollco Judge.
Ily order of tho Common Council.
NOTICE INVm.NO PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE IIIOII HTHEET PROM
TIllllD STREET TO CEDAR
HTKEITT. AND UEDAIt HTHKKT
PROM IIIOII STREET TO P1NIJ
STREET.
Proposals will bo received by tho
Common Council of tho City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, for making Iho
luitirovomont of I Huh Htreut from
Third streot to westerly lino of High
street and Cedar street from iiign
stroot to Pine streot Including Inter
sections Tho Improvoment to bo
mndo In nccordnnco with thn plans
nnd specifications thoroforo on fllo
with tho City Engineer nnd In tho
offlco of thu Police Judge for olthnr
of tho classes ot hnrdsurfaclng men
tioned In tho plans mid specifications
nnd In Ordlnnnco No. 553. oidb.-i'it:
tho Improvement. Tho making of
tho Improvoment will bo let In ono
contract. Proposal must bo filed
wi thn Pollco Jmlgo not later than
s o'rlock P. XI.. of October 3rd. 1921,
to 5 per rent of tho amount of tho
proposal, to bo forfeited to tho city
upon failure of tho sucrcMful bidder
to enter Into rontnet nnd bond for'
tho fnlthful completion ot tho Im-
provomont. Tho right to rojoct any.'
and nil bids being hereby reserved
In tho Common Council. Tho nwnrd
to tho successful bidder will bo mudo
contingent upon tho snln of tho lion tin
to bo authorized for financing tho
proposed Iniprovomont.
Tho Improvoment to consist in grn-
)(,,n t0 fu wI(,th( nr,i,urfacliig to
, tho w,jtn of 25 feet with either llltu-
. im,Ci Conrrelo or Wllllto, with curb
Ing and cement sldownlks.
A. L. LEAVITT..
I Pollco Judgo.
Ily order ot thn Common Council.
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS TO
IMPROVE HIGH STREirr FROM
THIRD HTREirr TO SIXTH
STREirr AND FOURTH STREET
FROM PINE TO JEFFERSON
STREirr.
Proposals will bo received by tho
Common Council of tho City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, for mnklng thn
Improvomont of High stroot from
Third streot to Sixth streot mid
Fourth street from Pine street to
Jefferson street. Including Intersec
tions. Tho Improvement to bo mndo
In nccordnnco with tho pinna nnd
specifications thorofor on fllo with
tho City Englneor nnd in tho offlco
ot tho Pollco Judgo. for olthor of thn
clnsson of hardsurfaclng mentlonod
In tho plnns and specifications and In
Ordlnanco No. 6C1, ordering tho Im
provement. Tho making of tho Im
provomont will bo lot In ono contract.
Proposals must bo filed with tho
Pollco Judgo not Intor than 8 o'clock
P. M ot October 3rd., 1921, nt which
tlmo mid dato at tho Council Chamber
In said city all proposals will bo
opened for consideration.
Each proposals must bo accompan
ied by a cortlflod chock on somo res
ponsible banking Institution equal
to 5 per cent ot tho nmount ot tho
proposal, to bo forfeited to thn city
upon failure ot tho successful bid -
dor to ontor Into contract mid bond
for tho faithful complotlou of thai
,......... ml... -...-!.. 1 . . '
mprovomnnt. Tho right to rojoct nny
nnd nil IiIiIb lining horaby resorvod in
tho Common Council. Tho nwnrd to
tho suecOHsrul bliMor will bo mndo
contingent upon thosala of tho bonds
moiit to consist of grading to full
width, linrdHurfnciiiB Twniiiy iiu
foot In width with ollhor llltiillthlo,
Concroto or other ImrdHiirfnco pavo
meiit, wllh curbing nnd comont aldo-
WB,U": A. Ii. LHAVITT.
Pollco Judge.
Ily order of tho Common Council.
T - sr
.MAKE HTHKKT IMPROVEMENT
Proposals will lo received by the
Common Council of tho City of Klam.
nth Falls, Oregon, for mnklng tho
Iniprovomont iICiIkiipiI for Fourth
ntroot from Kliiiiinlh avonuo to tho
souliiorly lino of Oak nvoiiue: Fifth
stroot from Klamiilli avonuo to tho
southerly lino of Willow nvonuo;
Walnut avonuo from tho northorly
llnu of Fourth street to tho southerly
linn of Sixth streets Oak avonuo from
Iho. northerly line r Kourth streot
to tho southerly linn of Hoventh
street! Willow nveinio from tho
northorly lino of Fifth stroot to tho
southerly lino of HUth ntroet together
with nil Intersections between tho
rosportlrn termini not nlrondy 1m
proved. Bald proposed Improvements
to bo mndo In nccordnnco with tho
plans and specifications of tho city
engineer for cither of tho classes of
Improvement mentioned In Bald plans
nnd specifications and tho ordlnanco
ordering tho proposed Improvement,
which until ordlnanco Is numbored
510, adopted on tho 21st day of
Fcbrunry 1921, and by tho mayor
approved on thu 23rd day of Februa
ry. 1912.
Tho plans nnd specifications for
such Improvement being on file with
thn Pollco Judno and with tho city
englnoor.
Tho contract fob making tho pro
posed Improvement will bo lot In one
contract. Proposals must be filed
with tho pollco Judge for submission
lo tho council not Inter thnn 8 o'clock
1 M . on October 3rd. 1921. nt which
tlmo nnd date, nt th council chamber
in aniii cltr. nil proposals will be
opened nnd considered
Each proposal to bo accompanied
by n certified check on somo respon
sible hank equal to C per cent ot
tho proposnl, somi) to bo forfeited
to tho city upon falluro of tho suc
cessful bidder to enter Into bond mid
contract for tho fnlthful completion
of tho Improvement Tho right to
reject nny nnd all bids and proponls
Is hereby resorted In tho city, Tho
nwnrd to thn successful bidder will bo
made contingent upon tho salo of
thn bonds to bo nuthorlted for pro-
,,ing funds for flnnnclng tho pro-
nosed Improvement.
Illiln nro respectfully Invited on
Illtulllhlc, Oil Macadam and concreto,
In addition to grading, curbing, drain
nr.n and car.et x-'iHs.
Dated nt Klamath Fulls, August
l"lh. 1921.
a. L. LEAV1TT,
Pollro Judge,
jij. Order of tho Common Council.
.
vhtii'i ivvitimi iuioiviiuiji to
M.t(i( MiUTII RIVERSIDE
utiiitt nttiAl Wi:ST MAIN TO
riTVM"--! Wl Wl'.ST MAIN
FROM END OF PAVIIMENT AT
CONGER AVENUE TO WESTER.
I.V LINE OF SOUTH RIVERSIDE.
Proposnls will ho received by tho
Common Council of thn City ot Klam
nth Pnlls, Oregon, for making the
Improvement of South Riverside
street, from West Main to tho city
limits, nnd West Main streot from
end ot pavement nt Conger nvenue
to westerly linn of South Riverside
streot Including Intersections. Tho
improvoment to bo mndo In nccord
nnco with tho plnns nnd specifications
thorofor on fllo with tho City En
gineer nnd In thn nfflcn of thn Police
Judgo for either of tho classoa of
hnrdsurfaclng mentioned In thn plans
nnd specifications mid In Ordlnnnco
No. 569, ordoring tho Improvement.
Tli making ot tho Improvement will
bo In nnn contract.
Proposals must bo fllod with the
Pollco Judgo not Inter thou 8 o'clock
P. M. of Octobor 3rd., 1921, at which
tlmo nnd dnto nt tho Council Cham
ber In snld city nil proposnls will bo
oponod for consideration. Each pro
posal must bo nrcompnnlod by a cer
tified chock on somo responsible
banking Institution equal to 6 por
cont of tho nmount of tho proposal
to bo forfeited to tho city upon fall
uro of tho successful bidder to ontnr
Into contract nnd bond for tho faith
ful complotlou of tho Improvomont.
Tho right to rojoct nny nnd nil bids
being horoby resorvod In tho Com
mon Council. Tho nwnrd to tho suc
cessful bidder will bo mndo conting
ent upon tho Biiln of tho bonds to bo
authorized for financing thn propos
ed Improvoment. Tho Improvomont
to consist of grading to full width,
hnrdsurfnclng .10 foot In width, with
olthor llltullthtc, Concroto or Wllllto,
concroto curbing, and sldownlks flvo
1 foot wlilo on west sldo of South Rlvor
ililo streot mid from Main to south
Una of pnrk on east sldo, and on
... ,.. .... - . .-..-
loutborly lino of Main to enstorly
lino ot South Rlvorsldo.
A. L. LEAVITT,
Pollen Judgo,
ily ordor or tno common council.
f f