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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HERALD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOR SAI.B- SS Acres; irrigated WANTKH Mun and wife; man to
ranch, clo to school; nicest place work on ntncli. woman to cook, or
in Malln district All time Krupku, woman cook. C. V. Uioslev, VI.
-Mnlln. Ore 3-6t' Klamath. 2-3t
FOR SALK Two small
safes. V M Garich.
FOIl SAl.K OR TUADK One 6-cyt-inder
Klgln chummy. 4-ii.isetiKur
roadster; A-No 1 condition. F. M.
WANTKH -Two girls for confection
ery and ice cream parlor- koihI
wage;, room and beard: steady Jot),
Address. Woodley & Co.. Lakolew,
PHONE PEYTON for Wood -112K
WANTED -Woman or girt to work
on ranch. Phone ISFt. 5-3
FOR SALE or Exchange 105 acres
near Midland, at a bargain In
quire T J. Jackson, Fort Klamath,
FOR SALE Five room cottage, mod-i
em improvements, for sale by own-i
er; close In: furniture if desired, in
cluding piano. Enquire Frank M.
Upp, 511 Main st. 31-tf
PASTURE FOR LEASE 14.000
acres tule land of Klamath Drain
age district, near Midland and Wor
den; suitable for grazing cattle; tract"
can be divided into two nearly equal
units. M. Motschenbacher, L. Jacoba,
W. S. Slough, committee. 1-tr
GOOD seven-room house with bath,
only one block from Main st Has
big screened porch, large corner lot,
shade trees, and beautiful view of
lake. Price $2,000 on easy terms.
Hurry. Chilcote & Smith, StZ .Main
street. 5-3t !
FOR SALE Modern five-room house
near 11th st pavement. It has
bath, large screened porch, good
walks, trees and two lots. Very
cheap at S2S00 on terms. Chilcote &
Smith. C33 Main st. . 5-?t ;
FOR SALE Second hand Case auto
mobile, price 200. in good condi
tion, including small truck bed
White Pelican Uarage. 5i-t
WANTED Work by day; or :our. or
on ranch Phono 439. 5-3
FOR RENT SO acres of unimproved
irrigated land four miles west of
Midland to lease on a five year term.
R. E. Smith Realty Company 5-6t
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Small bunch of keys. Friday
night during the fire. Please re
turn to Central Garage. 5-3t
THIS WILL ASTONISH
KUIMATH FALLS I'F.OPI.i:
The quick action of simple witch
hazel. hydrutls, camphor, etc., as
mixed in Lavoptik eye wash, w III sur
prise Klamath Falls people. One girl
with weak, strained eyes was helped
by a single application. Her mother
could hardly sew or read because of
eye pains. In one week she. too. was
benefited. We guarantee a small bot
tle of Lavoptik to. help ANY CASK
veak, strained or inliamcd eyes. Alu
minum eye cup FREE. Whitmaan
Drug Co Adv V
GOOD four-room house near High'
s4hopl. U'p , a ,rd. bargain at
SH'OO on vry easy term;. C'hil-ote
fcSralth, 631 Mam at
I MUST AW'l'.ll.
Public J-ui e m 'i to Hall 'iici
by I'osuiaftArs' and Mill Men's I'nlon
iio. TBI, Thursday, JIa S, 1019.
Aumf-sum ''Jc 2-bt
DO Ol' WANT a new noma, built.
to order on an excellent building
lot close in? See me for part.rul.ir-i.
Jamt-j M Watkins. Jr. 5-5
FOR SALE Good fresh milch Jersey
and Durham coj. 5 ears old. Der
vln Ranch, Merrill route. 5-3t
WANTED To buy 4 head Of first
class work horses or mules; must!
1 sound and true Phone, 11F11 or;
call at Edgewopd ranch, north end
Swan valley. Rabn. 30-tf i
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WANTED Motor Truckt) .to haul
lumber. Snyder & Kitta. Dairy,!
CREAM WAFFLES served until 2 p.
m. Hot Lunch from 11 a. m. to 8
p. m., at the Chill Parlor on 7th st.
Open nights l-Ct
VOCHSTZEIl BROS & KLABZCIiA. ,
Well driller Leave word at Mc
Donald's Peel Room CIS Main st.
WANTED TO HL'Y 5 or C room
house, modern, close in Cash i
Reply J. C Itlrhtfir. gr-n dellv. 5-4
Jifty-je!l desserts, rich
and fruity, ccst but 2
cents per serving.
Each package contains
a vial cf fruit essence,
njad: from condensed
Add boiling water, then
this fbver, and you have a
Compare Jiffy-Jell with
the old-style quick gela
tine dx;erts. You will
find it f. -e tirr's better,
yet it ccss no more.
Millions now enjoy it.
10 Flavors, at Your Grocer'
2 Packazcs for S3 Centi
P says the Good Judge
I want to remind you.
about that small chew
of this good tobacco.
It tastes better because
it's good tobacco. Its
quality saves you part of
your tobacco money.
It goes further and lasts
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
Put up in two styles
RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Equity No 1055
Suit for Uluinr.
In the Clieult Court of the Statu of
OreKon, for the County of Klamath.
W II Price, plaintiff.
Dora E Price, defendant
To Dora E. Price. Uie aiuio uuiiiiuf
defendant. Hi tint iiaiuo of the State
of Orecon. ou are hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint
filed un.ilust you In the above entitled
suit on or before tint 3rd day of June,
1319. that beinK the last day of the
publication of this summons and the
last day within which you arc re
quired to answer, as fixed by thn
order of publication or this sum
mons If you fall to appear and an
swer, tho plaintiff will apply tin thn
court for the relief demanded In said
complaint. Said suit Is brmiKhC to
secure dissolution of tho boudk of
it ntrlmotiy existliiK between yourself
and the plaintiff, and Is based avoir
wilful desertion of the pliilntlff by
you for a period of morn than one
year immediately prior to tho com-uieii'-eiiient
of this suit. This sum
mon? is published In tho Evenvine
Hi laid a dally newspaper of Keneral
circulation In Klnmnth County. Ore
gon, printed, published and circu
late I dally yt Klamath Kulli, In safit
Count ana State, by order of tho
Iloiuiinble D. V Kuykendiill, JuiIko
of the said Court, and dated April
22nd, tho first publication to be lunilo
upon tho 22nd day of April, 191"9,
and tho last publication to be made
upon the 3rd day of June. 1919.
II. M. MANNING.
Attorney for tho Plaintiff.
Postofflce and IIuyIiicri Addrem:
409 Main Street. Klamath Falls.
Notice of Hearing Filial Arcoiint.
In the County Court of the Statu of
Oregon, for the County of Klnmnth
In tho Matter of the Etate of (Jenro
W. Obechaln. deceased
Notice Is hereby given that the un
derHigned has filed his final mmum
in me above entitled court and Mini
ter and that Wednesday, the 2Mt
day of May. at 10 o'clock A. t in
tl(e court-room of the above en itled
. uurt in the County Court Hum at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, ha bn-n f.x
ed at the time nnij pla-u a' wlndi
kit" Court will hpur tho sold aeouiit
and sfttlo tho same.
ll person having objections there
to will fTle the aauie with tho County
Clerk of tho said County Court un
or before the said dnto of lieunnK
S. C. ITAMAICKlt.
Adinlntatrotor with the yrill annnTcd
of tho last will an dtextamnnt of
, George W. Obechaln, deceased.
-netii'i: of siinmrr's sai.i: o
Notice Is hereby kIviiii that under
mid bv virtue of a Writ of Kxeciulon
In Forecliihilre Issued mil of the Clr
t il It. Court of the State of Ori'Kon for
the County of Klamath, in the ciise
of N II ItoRlie, plnlntfr;. vs Charles
Murrny, Clnrn B. Murray. W A
Jones. Anita ll. Jones, A. II. lirotwi,
Tltlo (iiinrautee unci Trust Company,
a rorporatlon; II. L. Flowers, J T
Peters. J. Curtis Kimball, Jennie V
Kimball and tho Federal f ..-mil llanlc
of Spokane, defendants, which said
writ was dated on tho 19th day of
April. A. D. 1319; I will on tho 24th
day of May. A. 1). 1919. at thu front
door of the Court Mouse of Klumltli
County, Oregon. In the City of Klam
ath Falls, Oregon, at the hour of 2
o'clock Ih tho afternoon on Haiti ditto,
proceed to sell ut public miction, to
the liiKhcst bidder for cash, all tho
right, tltlo and Interest of tho said
defendant and each of them and all
persons claiming or to claim by,
through or' under them or either of
them, In and to tho North Half of
tho Southwest uuiirtur und tho South
Half of tho Northwest uurtor of
Section 15 in Township 39 South,
Mango 11 Kant of tho Wllluuietto
Meridian, containing 100 acres, to
gether with tho tenements, heredita
ment and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or In any wise appertain
ing, or ho much thereof n may bo
necessary to satisfy it Judgment ren
dered In tho nbovo -entitled cauxo
upon tho 12th day of April, A. D,
1919, which wild Judgment Is for tho
Bum of Two Thousand Dollurs with
Intererit thereon from tho 23rd day
of October, A. D. 1910, at tho rato of,
8 per cent por annum and Two Hun
dred and Fifty Dollars attorney's fee,
and the furthor sum of Seventy Six
and 97-100 Dollars coats and tho ad
ditional sum of One Hundred and
Thirteen and 20-100 Dollars with In
terest thereon from tho 27th duy of
January, A. I). 1919, at tho ruto of
8 per cent per annum, and tho coats
and expenses of this sale on oxccu-
Dated this 19th day of April, A.
GEO, L .HUMPHKIJY,
Sheriff of Klamath County, Ore,
Hy Allen-Sloun, Doputy,
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