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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
f Hinfl'S CLASSJFlEa CflMNS
ibaentinc doxm Contest s ' 'MSHPEssss
Michigan Ave. 17-28?-
Friday, January 23
Hi IIO O'CLOCK
Houston's Opera House
(I'mli'i ttn miNil('t'N nf (he Kliiiiinlli I'iiIIn Municipal IIoxIiik CoiiiiiiInIoii)
Ten Round Main Event
BILLY HUFF vs. GEO. FIDDLER
Klamath Falls ' Portland
YOUNG PAPKE vo. BUD STEVENS
Snappy l-ltouml Preliminary Bouts
Tickets on sale at the Rex Cafe
Ringside Seats (including war tax), $3.00
General Admission (including war tax), $2.00
, 'V K-w . w
Upholstering, Mattress Renovating. Furniture Repairing of all kinds
PERKINS' REPAIR SHOP
CRATING AND PACKING r
IF IT CAN BE FIXED, WE WILL FIX IT
"Some Men Don't Know It Yet"
. . says the Good Judge
This class of tobacco
! gives n man a lot more
! satisfaction than he
ever gets out of ordin
Smaller chew the good
taste lasts and lasts.
You don't need a fresh
chew so often. Any man
who uses the Real To
bacco Chew will tell
Pat Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
V . a a eft
I Public Auction
the Nathan Johnson Ranch, 3 miles southeast of
Merrill (Friday), January 23, consisting of
horses, cows, farming implements, household
goods, and automobiles.
SALE STARTS AT 10:30
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
Terms: $20.00 or under Cash. All over
$20.00 credit of 10 months at 8 per cent inter
est ; 5 per cent off for cash on all sums over $20.
NATHAN JOHNSON, Owner, ,
MERRILL & MOORE Auctioneers
CECIL JOHNSON, Clerk
No. i 131 Equity,
tlio Clrcui' court of tlio Stfiio of
Uioi;ou for Klamutli Coumy.
liulslo Wright, pluilitllf V6 John
'j'o John Wright, Defendant:
In thu Minio of tliu Stale of Oregen:
You arc huroby required to ap
pear ami answer tho complaint filed
miuliiHt you In tho above entitled suit
on or before Tuesday, February 24,
11)20, and If you full to answer, for
want thereof, tho plaintiff will apply
to tlio court for thu relief demanded
in tho complaint, to wit: For a de
cree dissolving the bonds of matri
mony oxIstliiK butweon tho plaintiff
and defendant, Hint plaintiffs maid
en name Dulsio Mooro bo rostored to
her and that plaintiff have such oth
er and further relief as tho court may
deem meet and equitable.
Fobruury 24, 1920 Is tho lost day
of tho time prescribed In tho order
for publication of summons In which
you may appear and answer.
This summons Is ordered publish
ed by the Honorable I). V. Kuyken
ull, JitdRO of the Circuit Court for
Klamath County, Oregon, which or
dor, dated January 12, 1920, requir
ed tbnt this summons be published
onco a week for six successive weeks.
Tho date of tho first publication of
this Hiimmons Is January 13, 1920.
II. M. MANNING and WM. GANONQ
Attorneys for Plnlntlff, whose of
fico and post offlco address Is
I.oomlB HldK.. Klamath Fajla,
Klamath County, Oregon.
Wily Huff arrived In town toduy
for his bout with George Fiddler at
Houston's Opera House next Friday
night. He slates that he Is In the
pink of condition and expects to stop
Fiddler In toss time than It took to
Mjit Toby Miller to sleep last month.
Thu smile on his face Indicates that
hu Is not af all worried about the out
come. Huff has been In training over
nlnro liLs bout with Miller and Is anxi
ous to retain Ii is title as champion of
Ills class In UiIh part of the country.
The press dispatches Indicate that
Hurt will huve his hands full. Flddelr
has put tho quietus on a couple of
middle weight aspirants since Decem
ber lxt and says Huff will bo easy
picking after tho men he has been up
against In Portland and Seattle Loc
ul funs who have seen Fiddler tight
can seo nothing better than a draw
Elimination matches and try-outs
am being held this afternoon to see
who will bo the lucky boys .for the
(wo preliminaries. The commission
has been flooded with applications
from men from this section of the
.country and It Is believed 'that the
fan who comes In too late for the cur
tain ral.'ers will miss some of the
snnpplest boxing ever seen here.
1 'a ike will be In Wednesday nlgb't
and Stevens and Fiddler will arrive
Thursday. It is rumored around town
that Portland fans, are coming es
pecially to see Stevens fight as he Is
looked upon as one of the best In his-
(lass on tho coast.
TWO TRANSFERS OF
t LAND AT MERRILL
J Considerable activity In Klamath
county realty Is shown by the records
o? transfers in the county recorders
office. Tho J. II. I. oar ranch of 137
pcres near Merrill Is one of the sev
eral pieces of property to change
hands. Uurr Westbrook, a fancy
stock grower of southern Texas, who
linH been In Klamath county for the
last six or eight months looking for a
suitable location. Is the purchaser
and wilt take possession Immediately.
Mr. Westbrook plans to go into tho
business of raising blooded sheep.
Tho consideration reported In the
deal is $12,000.
Another transfer of Merrill land
was mado when G. W. Offiold 'ex
changed 120 acres of irrigated land
tn that section with II. C. Croesbeck,
the local attorney, for a part of Mr,
Groesbeck's reservation holdings.
The Groesbcck land Is situated on tho
east side of the Upper Lake and, Is
fine grazing country. It will be used
.liy Mr. Offield In extending his stock
Interests. Tho land received In re
turn by Mr. Groesbeck is under lease
at present and he will continue that
form of Investment. This was anoth
er $12,000deal, tho parties on each
side valuing their holdings at that
FOR 8AI.K pne comer lot close In
and on paved street. Terms Phone
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
" i -niir imnf iruuumji.
FOIl HALE One well-bred Poland
China boar, Merrill roiitu, 1 mile
east of Wilson bridge. C. i3. Trlnk.
Will sell my Nush Blx Special now,
See H. Martin, 802 Oak St.
Printing, Stationery and offlco
supplier. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St. -tf
Demorest, Dentist, over
man's Store, 6th and, Main.
WANTED A good roll top desk. In-
quire Herald office.
FOIl HAI.J0 1 B passenger Reo.
Good condition. $400.00, C. U. Mc-
Wllllams, 1107 Main. 17-22
FOIl SALE Groceries, flour and
feed at low prices. Why pay more?
Spot Cash Dasket Grocery. 822-824
Klamath Ave. 14-20
Of tho 40 sultans who have ruled
tho Ottoman omplre since the con
quest of Constantinople by tho
Turks, 34 have dlod violent deaths.
WHEN' YOU SUFFER
Sloan'a Liniment should be kept
handy for aches and pains
WHY wait for "a severe paln.'tn
ache, a twinge, following ex
posure, a sore muscle, tciatica.or
lumbago to leave naturally when you
thoukl keep Sloan's- Liniment handy
to help curb it and keep you active
and fit? ' , ,
Without rubbing, for it ptnclraUl,
annlv a bit today to the afflicted part.
ote the gratifying) 'clean, prompt
Sloan a Liniment
Note the gratifying!
rollnf .ttinf fnllnwo. !
couldn't' keep lt many thouianda of
fricntU tlii. urnrlilnvpr if It didn't make
good. That' worth remembering. All
druggists three sizes the largest
tor utmost economy, oac, uc., ..
W. R,C. WILL OBSERVE
The Woman's Relief Corps met
yesterday at 2:30 p. m. at the I. O. O.
After the regular business session,
It was decided to colebrate Washing
ton's and Lincoln's birthdays In some
especial manner. -The following com
mittee was appointed on entertain
ment; Llna Martin, Minnie Mont
gomery, Gertrude Moore, Josephine
'.Mortenson, Myrtle L. Murphy, Mary
A Mitchell, Mary McClure, Mary E.
Mann, Carrie Maler, Mary North,
.Ruth Nicholson, Anna Hawkins and
A committee was also nuDolnted to
assist Mrs. Rogardua In making, a
summary of tho work done by then
Corps, during tho war for tho Honor
.Roll Book. The committee was Mrs.
Carey Ramsby, Mrs. Emmltt, Mrs.
Garrett, Mrs. Grimes and Mrs. McMillan.
, It requires about four pounds of
fresh leaves to make one pound, of
' ADLER-I-KA AGAIN
, !'Lhad:a bad case of constipation,
?' aspn: the stomach, and other bowel
rouble. Twelve hours after I took
Adler-1-ka I felt better,- and after con-Jinking-1-
consider myself CURED."
Slgnod)f E.' H. Deeman, Callspell,
Adler-I-ka expels ALL gas and
sourness, stopping., stomach' distress
INSTANTLY. , Removes ALL foul
matter which' poisons system. Often
QURKS constipation. Prevents ap
pendicitis. We sold Adler-I-ka many
years. 1 It Is a mlxtureof buckthorn,
casqara,. glycerineand n.!ne other alm
118 "drugs- Whitman- Drug' Co. Adv.
Dodge car. In first-class
FOR SALE Premier car and Los
Angeles trailer. Phone 231. 17-tf
FOR SALE A light oak 8 drawer
flat lop desk In excellent condi
tion. Inquire Herald offlco. 31 tf
FOIl SALE 3f.O tons splendid qual
liy Hyp & Meadow hay all In feet
barns. Good water. Price S 16 a ton.
12 miles N East Klamath Falls
P O. Box 503 or Phone 11F1I. 8-2l
WANTED TO RENT For light
housekeeping, furnished or unfurn
ished 3 to 8 room cottage or flat
Immediate or future possession. Ad
dress Box II. Herald office. 19-tf
CITY GARBAOE When jou t
Garbage removed phone 91. 11-tx
Wo make a specialty of Urn, life
nd accident Insurincn. Phone, (III and
WI! do tlio ret. Chllcote & Sin'ih
PH0NE PEYTON for wood. 187
LOST AND FOUND
LOST At tho depot about train
time Sunday a small .bill" folder
containing about $70.00 In bills and
photograph of owner. Reward If re- '
turned to Herald office ''or Phone
POSITION WANTED By experienc
ed man management large' board
ing house or will handle on' con
tract price. Box 217. Herald office.
WANTED Hides, eggs and potatoes.,.
Spot CaBh Basket Grocery. 822-824
Klamath Ave. ' 14-20'
WANTED A housekeeper. Apply
Room 2,'Swanson Building. 12-tt
Surety bond wutle yon wait. Oh
WANTED A small second find, 2-
wheei push cart, inquire u; c.'Her-
More records Earf Shepherd. " 2t
A man is aa old aa his organs; ho
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in:
performing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
Tb world'i standard remedy for. kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid trouble
since 1696; corrects disorders;' stimulatat
vital organs.' All druggists, three sizes,
um Cold Medal oa mrtr Mf
I Interned the Tire
Sole ld U. 3.
Petent No. MTHtO,
Bring us an old,
worn tire like
we'll cover' it
with a SturgeS'
.Tire Sole madd
cf new, Jive nib-1
ber, with heavy.
end -you'll luyo
tlio equal of a
new tire, which
.looks like this,
fhirgea Tire Solee re
dace your Urt tiptnte
oie lui. We apply
KliAMATII RUnnEIt &
1120 Main St. riioue 804
LEASE OF KIRK- SAW- MILL.
Up to twelve o'clock noon. Janu-"'
ary, 31, 1920, sealed bids will 'be re'A
celved addressed outside to' the sup
erintendent, Klamathi'Agency, .Ore- -gon,
for the lease of the Kirk Saw -
Mill. Each bid must be accompanied . '
uy ceriuiea cnecK- ior one inousana
dollars ($1000) returnable- to-un- -
I successful, bidders and shall. Estate
tne stumpage to do pam wnrcn 'must
not be less than 3.50 per M.-'the Mill:
rental which shall not be less than
$1.25 per M- aad- the prices at which
lumber will be sawed and planed' for u
Government use. The right Is reserr- J;
ed to reject any or 'all btds:-Fropeemls' p
will be made on blank forms',bt lease ,
furnished on request from the Klam-
ath Agency, Oregon. -.
WALTER O. WEST; '
NOTICE OP SALE UXDEB.
Notice Is hereby given that ny vir
tue of an execution' and order of sale'
Issued out of the Circuit, Court of.
the State of Oregon, Klamath Coun
ty, on December 29, 1919 upon a de
cree made and entered" on Dec. 23,
,1919, in favor of Butte Valley State
Dank, a corporation, plaintiff, and
against H. F. Chapman, Oils Melhase,
Henrietta F. Melhase, Alfonio Kin
ney, W. A.. Calkins and A. C. Yaden,
defendants, directing the ealeot the
property hereinafter .described, to sa
tisfy the sum of $'673;20 together
with interest thereori, at' the rate 6i
10 per cent.- per annum, from the.
da'te of said decree, and the further
sum' of $150' as attorney fees and
costs and disbursements taxed' at
$41.05 together with the expenses of
such sale, I have levied upon the
property described aa Situate in
Klamath County, dregon, -the South
halt of Southeast quarter1 of Section
32; and South half of Southwest
quarter of Section 33; in Township
40 South, Range 8 East ofWIllamette
Meridian, and will, on January 31,
1920, at 10 o'clock- In the forenoon,
at the front door of the court house.,
'n Klamath Falls. Oregon, sell at
nubile auction toHhe highest 'bidder,
for cash. In hand 'subject to.'redempv
tlon according to law, all rightftltle
and Interest of the above named de
fendants In and to the foresaid real
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
December 30. 1919. .
GEO L. HUMPHREYRSheritf.
Bv burt e; hawkins; deputy.
Regular meeting of Royal Arch
Masons will-be holdTuesday 'evening, j
January 20. Byorder.ot . ',.
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19-20 ' Orf
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The, oceans of the' world measure'
about 324,000,000 cubic miles.
Pelican Bay and Shipping
One or four
25c each additienal:
. Rex Gafe.Tj Phone1??
rDIT DAWI? Mt7ATQfPAPC Fff MAQU FOR Murphey's Feed & Seed Srel!
unii, LiviiL,, niLini uvyivii u, uuu ifmtwHIGKENSi
126 South Sixth St
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