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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1920)
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HENRY B. WALTHAt
'THE 11IIITII OR A MAN"
A Four-Day Adventure of a
Tense Thrilling Novel
Henry D. Wathnl attains the
triumphs of hlB.famo In this
mornlo master production.
One Two-Reel Chaplin
; ' Comedy
"The Chicken Chaser"
Also a One-Reel Peerless
First Episode of "Trail of
the Octopus" Today
Matinee eveiy Saturday
and Sunday v
t Two black yearling lwlfero.phnd-'
ed J. II. F. connected on loft hip:
'marked split In.left and hole In rlqlit
ROSS SUTTON, Dairy, Ore.
Focllng that my reputation is on
dongorod by malicious roports in cir
culation, to tne oireei mai i imyo
beon' convicted o,f crlmo nnd servod
Eontftnro in tim neiittentiary. I hereby
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offer $1000 to any person who can
i.roduco evidenceMlint I was ever in-
prouueo evidence, mui i "..'"-
dieted or punished tor Qnmo, oi I'tii
any criminal action was ever brought
against mo. anywiiere or at ay tlnio.
MARVIN WILLIAMS, br.
HENRY B. WALTHACOraYr
Pelican Bay and Shipping-
ton; $1.00 ',
, One'or four '
Rex Cafe. Phone 77
WANT TO SELL?,
If you have property for sale, tell
us about It, and wo'll tell It over' ami
over again to the other fellows. If
your price and terms are In line with
the market, wo shall' very likely be
able to jnake a sale. Come in and
talk it ovor.
CIIILCOTE & SMITH .
083 Mnlu I'hono 00
Eduity No, 1121.
In tho Circuit Court of the State of
Oregou'for Klamath County.
State Land Board of the State of
Mary R. Bassett and William Bas
sett, Colin V. Dyment, Frederick
W, Carstona nnd Mary O." Gar-
stensi and James ,A,(Bakor, De
n. r.,.. r iioooni, ,i ivniinni
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W. nnvfltnns and Marv O. Caustons, '
and James A. Baker, tho ab
y,iu uro horobv summoned and re -
, t and n,BWOr tho
' ,a,nt flloa against "you in the,
, nl,Htied suit within six weeks'
from the date of the first publication
of this ittDinona in the EVenfhK
Herald, a newspaper, which said
date is the 30ih day of January,
A. D. 1920.
1 And you will take -notice than if
you fair to appear ana answer, jor possession of, tiw-.proparty so pur
otherwise plead, within the said chRsed':' " ' .UAHt "
time, the plaintiff will, apply to the That the court also decree and ''de-
court for the relief prayed for, in' its
complaint, to-wlt: v , J
For judgment against the said de-
Ttendants. Mary R. Bassett and Wit-
lllnm Bassett, for the sum of $400.00,
I with interest upon the said silm from
the stu day oi uctouer, iyi7, at tne
rats gf six per cent per annum, and
the additional" sum or. ijiuu.uu as at- Baker, or any person or persons
torney's fees; and for the further rja'rolns'or to claim under the said
sum of '$133,50, with interest on defendants-o either or any ot hqm,
said sum from the 4th day of Octo- " And also" decree that all' persons
bor, 1919, nt -the rate of six per claiming'tir (o claim byi through or
cent per annum and Its costs and under the said defendants, and the
disbursements herein. defendants themselves, shall bo for-
And for a decree of this court ever barred and foreclosed, of all
foreclosing the mortgage described right, title, estate, interest and Hen
in tho complaint tiled in the abovo at ,law or in enulty,- and all equity
entitled .sul, which mortgage is upon of redemption in, to and upon the
the following' UescrRfed real iVop-'saJJ real property, and every part
erty, situated in Klamjith County, and parcel thereof, and that plain
State of Oregon; (tiftTmay have such other and further
The southwest ' "Quarter ,of thejrelle' as to equity shall seem meet.
,,, nnnrion. tho onst hnif ofl This 'Bunimoiis is published pur-
the southwest quarter, ahdthe north- ont to an .order of the Honorablo
west quarter of the southwest quar-;P tt KuykenduH. Judge , of the Clr
tor of section twenty-six, in township "'U Cortf thf State of Oregon for
thirty-nine south, range twelve.east Klamath County, which OTdeV ,1a
of Willamette Merididn, together ted Jan.uaty 28th A. p. lDSOr
with all water rights appurtenant to
said land or to become appurtenant
to said land during tho .existence of
tho mortgage sued upon herein j
And ordering that the said prop
erty bo sold by tho shoriff of Klamath
county, uregon, in mo manner oy
law in cases of this kind, provided,!
nnd that tne proceeds oi,,sucn. saie
First: To tho payment of tho, costs
' ana vxuuiiBa ui mo emu io,
the costs and cxpensos" of this suit.
Second; To tho payment, to this
.Plaintiff of the amount for which it
' Third; That the balance, if any
thoro be, bo deposited with ,tho clerk
of this court for those entitled to It.
Thnt tho court also decree that at
b sale nnv party to this suit may
ITscomo tlie purchaserof any! parC5)r
all cf said real nronertV. ;ind decree
that immediately upon .the purchase
of said" property the sheriff shall
place the- purchaser into complete
cla?o .that planttff8 lien Upon, all of
raid '-mortgage? afdresai'd is prior in
tiuva an iBUDerior in right to any
right, title, interest, estate or lien
of the said defendants, Colin V. Dv,
ment, Frederick W. Carstens and
Mnry'O. Carstens and James A.
FERGUSON & FLETCHER.
Attorneys for Plalntis,
Loomls Bu'ildlng( , r'rr'-
Klamath Falls. Oregon. '
Tliore will bo a special communica
tion Of Klamath Lodgfr .No, 77 A, F,
& A. M, held at the Masonic Hall, on
Monday evening, February ,2nd, 1920
nt 8 'o'clock p, nu for the purpose of
receiving tio report) oj? tho building
committee; discussing building plans
and any other mntter .concerning or
pertaining to. samo.r; x
r AR masons are urgently, requested
to attend. ilf '. ',.
SO-31 GEO CHABTIN. W. M.
1'Olt 8ALEf 10 acres, with house
and barb, fi A, under JrrljcH6ft';
joining railroad right of war. PPPO'
site diltol Clielsca Lumbar UoivCo-l
iii'iuiro sum jviu;( ouiiiiiii));i.uii.
FOIt SALE 480 acres Improved
marsh land: 34 head of Blie'ee: 7
nngora noats; 3 head of liorsw.Hitm
SS0O puts yon In posnesslon of your
own homo and relieves you of the
renters continuous dread of being
compelIedtp move on account of said,'
4 rooms modern conveniences'
screened sleeping porch, fruit ttees,
berry hughe's", large lot. One. block off
pavement, five minute fromPost
oflco, Tel 23CR. 3 23-30
FOR SALE- Hoomlng houjirt'.feit 13M gloeping rooms. 51C Klamath", bo
cation .In town. lnnulro80lfiUw6en stn anj cth. 29-31
fUK SALt, MjlccnanoUk;od lady book-keeper nnd cashier
-1 'iViVrtWWMnrwn i. u'.'.. I
Ii"OR 'SALE A big bartn new 71
passenger, C cyliadorMpTirinR,,car.Li1r , '
Call 124 Sixth St. 'Mj, sgviWANTElJ Hides, eggs and potatoes.
. J :?- !"'-'' tPnt cash Basket Orocer- 822-
FOR SALE A pix cylinder Oakland S2"4 KJamath Ave. 27-31
painted 5 passenger. Abargalnr forjANTED d,rt' D,B nasIn 'Sr
some ono. Dr. O. F. Demdrest. P. nrP Co. -2i-30
Mf tn trnf.A n.llttHU i-.--1.
uox 307, office Phone 470.
FOR SALE A light oak 8 drawer
flat lop desk in f-xcollent condi
tion. Inquire HeraM offico, 31 tf
r-riu aitci im., . -..., .
. vuMun-iaio iuouei wve paBscn -
trade for light truck orHdellvery car.
Cbilcote & Smith. 29-31
i ? , F (5rfoceries." flour andto better your conditions in life.
feed at low prlces-why pay more? fTi,Ig jady readg your hand as you
Spot Cash Basket Grocery, .822-8,24 1 0uld an open book. A reading by
Klamath Ave. 27-31 hcr wm meet your highest expecta
Garbage removed phone 91, 11-tf
Best yet. Herald Waat'Adi;''
Printing, Stationery aad office
suppliea. Pioneer Printing and. -Sta
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THE NEW FVUxANI-MORiJE BUbUtt .. .
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CARLSON PUMP JACKS AN l WINDMILLS, -.
i fr LGRENZFliyMBING SHOP f
123 Sixth Street ,;.
It will save you Time, Money, and Patience t
NEW YORK, Jan. 30. hel?im
erlcan tanker, MIelerp, saIljgf?om
Matanzas, Cuba, JanuaryJ',)' fo
Philadelphia, broke in two iml?sanl(
at sea, "according to a wireless tfoni
the steamer Ozette. One boat .with
From Producer to Consumer
Swift's Premium Hams -
.Vsfft . 1
('HONE PEYTON for wood. 187
Dcmorcst, Dentist, over Sugar
man's Store, Cth and Main. 2-tt
FOR RENT OR LEASE
I RENT Ono cood room for
bachelors, light housekeeping. Al-
STENOORAPHER WANTED Apply
E, j, Elllott'A oiiico or phone 120.
WANTED Position by man and
wife on 'a ranch f man tor do ranch
work, or dairying, woman to cookv In
(itiiro 8013 Main St. 29-30
KXPEUIENCED bdokkcoper (male)
has spare tlrno to hnndlo small Bet
of books or make up Income 'tax. Tel.
tjccicrencca lurmsncu uox u, iiviu.ui
Office. ' 15-31
MADAM IOINA, Palmist--
World's Greatest Phrenologist,
Palmist nnd Medium.
nn..1. .Mf.w nnilrn lffM.nasf
I i:u ju... ..w..u ... ,...-.,
'present and future correctly, glv-
irig names, dates and figures In bus-
iness, love; law, marriage and dom
estic troubles. Tolls you wb?.t you
1 I. 4nnl rA fnn tlnrl lauhat f fin
tions, and.- you win De wiser ana
happier, after consulting her, she
having the gift of, removing all evil
Influences and placing yon In an en
vironment of happy thought 'and
contentment. Readings: Sunday and
daily, 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Located
at' Room ,1, Moore Rooming Hous4,
1313 Main St.. between Broad anS
Spring Streets, one block east qf
White Pelican Hotel, Klamath Falls,
8-WTJre. fnone 4i.
the chief engineer and -.17 menwaa
fjdeked-'up by tbe Ozette. Another,
with , the captain and 22, men, 13 sun
misslnk. r. ""
Thtaker carried 6,600,000" gal
lons otmqlasses in bulk.
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Murplvys1Iled & Seed Store
im sou six sr : ;
yfl.-. Phone 7
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