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FRIDAY JANUARY !M, 1KM
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
pines, steam mntns, ducts, nniillan
ces find opparatui for conducing
steam hilnt, hot water and power
oot ami across block 55. orlclnal
town of I.lukvUlo, now Klntnhth
wu'l uw i-kuukkim.(.s. 8lR's Addition, tho cast nml north
'""'" i I boundary lino of said alloy or way
In tho matter of granting to tho Kla- to coincide with tho west and south
mam Heating company permission' boundary or slrto of Lot 1, Ulock IS
to erect, maintain, use and remove I of said addition.
Dono anil dated In open court this
SOth day of August, 19 to.
11. H. BUNNELL, County Judge.
lUMtKBLL SHOUT, Com,
ASA I'nilllVnR. Pnin.
Falls, Oregon In connection with n.i. n .t.i.... .i
SEfn.i.B.?TO,I-.by:i.ni'Jaa " runout K-xponso Fund
be of th. Ciunu? court of K -1?. ameunts:
nth County. Oregon. VV.X' 8U'V?.,.n?. --7 ""
J.VB1IU iiuautl, ItlUUIt uuuut 1.1 II
J. t Catmau, lubuit bount.. 7,00
J, L. Sparretom, tabbit boun
IJ ! . lwtvlt
Chas. btemnus, rabbit bouu
Star Drug Co, drugs, sun
dries, etc 7,2C
Chns. Uonart, rabbit bounty 3.25
W. S. Wiley, dep Dlst Atty.. 100.00
Mrs. J. N, Stiles, witness fooo
St, vs Hobbln ...... l,
Mrs, O. F. Hall, witness fees
St. vs Hobbln l,
Dr. 0. AV Mnssoy, witness
few BU vs, Hobbln .. ....... .
Prank Kucora, witness fees-
St. vs Hobbln ,........... k...
John Wallen, witness fops St
vs Hobbln .. ,,.,.
Mrs. U Hobbln, witness foes
This matter coming on tor hearing
this 2nd day of August, 1319, and It
nppoarlng that tho Klamath lleattng
company, an Oregon Corporation, is
now engaged In tho erection of a
central steam heating plant in tho
City of Klamath Kails, Oregon, and
has entered Into contracts with vnrl
ous parties, for tho furnishing of
etcam heat to office buildings, storesi"- ":,Z1,181,"
and other structures In sjild city, and " 'nrka!d'; ,niur
it amieannir necessary ror sam conv
pany to extend Its pipes across Block
35 of tho Original Town of Linkviuo,
now tho said City of Klamath Falls,
and it appearing that said central
steam heating plant will bo of pub
Now. therefore it Is horeby ordered,
That the said Klamath Heating Com
pany be, and hereby Is, glvon per
mission to erect, maintain remove
to Ted Markwardt .......... 35.00
Tho following Hond Claims were
allowed and tho clork Instructed to
diaw on tho Road Fund for tho res
Arnett Brothers, lumber co.
roads .. 132.80
E. D, Drlscoo, labor co. roads
Ft. Klamath ........................
Jack Briscoe, labor co. roads
Ft. Klamath ...
and use pipes, steam mains, ducts.
IC M. Briscoe, labor co. roads
nppllcances and apparatus for conduc
ting and using steam neat or water
and power over and across Block 35 of
tho original town of LinKvuie, now
the City of Klamath Falls. Oregon, in
connection with its business, upon
plans approved by, and under the su
pervision or, tne members or. me
County court ot Klamath County,
State of Oregon, said work to be done
by said Klamath Heating company at
its own expense, -saving said Klam
ath County harmless from any and
11 damages that might' result to per
sons, or .property or reason oi iuo
exercise of the 'privilege or franchise
herein granted. It Is understood how
ever that this prlvelege is granted
upon the express condition, that the
said Klamath Heating company shall
remove," to any part ot the Bald lands
when directed the 'pipes and other ap
paratus so installed, within a reason
able time after being ordered or di
rected to remove or change them by
the County Qourt.
Klamath County Court, Ore.
' '"' By R. H. Bunnell. Judge,
' Burrell Short, Com.
" Asa Fordyce, Com.
Whereupon Court adjourned until
Aug. 9., 1919.
Saturday. Aug. 9. 1919.
Court met pursuant to adjourn
ment when were present Hon. H. H.
Bunnell, Judge, Burrell Short and
Asa Fordyce, Commissioners, when
the following proceedings were had
In the matter of the cancellation ot
County Road Warrant No. 6199.
It appearing to the Court from the l
experts report of 1918 that C W.
McDonald & Co., were paid Road
"Warrant No. 6452 for $10.00 for sap
lies Merrill Roads 1918. and thttt-C.
W. McDonald & Co. were also paid
vvariuub u 0137 lur tiu.uu lor ino . ,, t
!iM'"?PP!!.e and tna,tyarraneno- Standard Oil Co? gas & oil
u7r duuuiu UK3 uaueiieu.
Loram Moore, labor county
roads Fort Klamath..........
W. L. Fraln, labor County,
Klamath Service Station, sup
supplies county roads .
Ben Catlett. labor on roads ..
W. L. Eades, salary truck
driver for July 130.00
Whereupon court adjourned to
meet Wednesday 13th. 1919.
Wednesday, Aug. 13. 1919.
Court met pursuant to adjourn
ment, when were present the Hon.
R. H. Bunnell. Judge, Burrell Short
and Asa Fordyce. commissioners,
when were had the following proceed
ings, to-wit: '
In the Matter ot the resignation of
F. C. Markwardt as County supt
of County Farm.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
August 4th. 1919.
To the Honorable County Court ot
Klamath County, Oregon.
I hereby hand in my resignation
as County Superintendent, ot coun
ty poor farm to take effect Oct 1st.
'F. C. MARKWARDT
Supt. of County Farm.'
Accepted this 13th day ot August,
R. H. BUNNELL. County Judge
BURRELL SHORT. Com.
ASA FORDYCE, Com- .
The following Road Claims were
allowed and the clerk instructed to
draw warants on the Road,Fuud tor
the respective ameunts:
O. K. Blacksmith, repair
H". Bolvln. repair
Auto Supply House, supplies
roads .................... .
Klamath -Hardware Co. sup-
is therefore hereby ordered.
That Road Warrant 'No. 6199 be and
the same is. hereby cancelled, and the
Clerk is hereby instructed to mark
the same cancelled and place in the
files with other cancelled warrants. -
' BURRELL SHORT, Commissioner
ASA FORDYCE, Commissioner
ORDER TO VCATK
In the matter of the application ot
of Mary B. F. Hestg for tho vaca
tion f f certain position of Ifesjlgs
Addition to Fort Klinmtli Oregon
Now on this day thlt. matter com
ing on to be heard, the same having
oepa Heretofore ad,ourned from the
2nd dav of Augusc. l)l, upon or
der ot this court; ac-i the court Tinv
Jbg oxai lined the petition which was
heretofore filed heeH .which peti
tion S3 subscribed and sworn to as
required by law; and in court hav
ing examined the affidavit of the
agent of the petitioned. Anna M.
Looseley which affidavit shows that
the notices of the hearing ot the pe
tition were posted as'requlred by law
and for the time as required by law,
and not person or persons having ap
peared before this court or filed any
jiroiesi iu me granting oi saia poll'
tlon and the vacation of that portion
ot Hesslg's Addition as prayed for;
and the court being now fully advis
ed and Informed in the premises;
It is therefore hereby ordered, that
that portion of Hessigs Addition,
-which is mentioned and described In
the petition of said petitioner, Mary
B. F. Hesslg, and which is located in
Lot 2. Section 22. T. 33 S. R. 7 1-2
E. W. M tho same being lots 5, 6,
i, ana b mocks li; Lots 5, 6, 7, and
8 of Block 12; Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and
8 of Block 13; Alt of Blocks 14, 15.
16, 17; Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 6, 7, and 8
of Block 18; Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 of
Block 20; all of Blocks 19- 21, 22,
23, and 24; all of said lots and Blocks
being in Hossig's Addition of Fort
Klamath, Oregon, be vacated and
withdrawn from the plat of said ad
dition on file In tho records of tho
county Clerk of Klamath county,
Oregen: and that all rights which
the public might or could ha.yq ac
quired by virtue of the dedication of
tho above portion of said Hesslg' Ad
dition be declared to bo terminated
and null and void and from and after
'the dato of this order tho said por
tion of said plat bo and tho same Is
hereby declared to be vacated; thati
the alley in said addition running
from Cth street southerly to 7th
street and bounding Lots 1, 2, 3 and
4, BlOflf 11. On Ihfl 11'flRf. lip InKrui.
ed in width from 30 feet to 50 feet,
eK 'h increase in wjdth to bo taken
from what Is now lots fi. i . i n,i c
of Block 11 of said addition, said
jpsi aescrioedlofs and blocks being
;. ' . .""' OI 'arJf u- F' Hesslg,
tho pat'ilonor heroin; that said alley
" COIUUIIHHUU oi J00t m -width frDm
!," "Hvi t0 tl10 B0"b 'i f iot l,
Ulo;'c 18 of ftd 'Hon. thence
ensterlv to w, i ni. n.1- J'.
lowing (ho right Imnk of said river
In1 nn easterly dlmf-m in , .
B. E. Kerns, culvert
G. C. Lorenz, supplies
Klamath Auto & Machine
works, repairs .....
'A. Stlffler. labor roads 3.50
Southern Oreeon Auto Co. re
pairs and supplies 20.41
Geo. L. Boyd, lumber ...: 28.00
CItyTransfer Co. hauling cul
King & Smith, repairs and
supplies -.. t3 63
A. Turpln, labor roads 45.00
C. L. Best Gas & Traction co.
supplies cp. roads - .
Central Garage, auto hire ..
C L. Best Gas & Traction Co.
supplies Co. roads .. .........
Union Oil Co. gas oil etc
Oregon Harness Co. wagon
Tom Dixon, salary -44 mo.
The following Current Expense
Claims were allowed and the clerkin-
structed to draw warrants on the
Current Expense Fund for the re
Underwood Pharmacy, sun
dries ......-. .. .-...... J
W. O. .Smith Printing Co.
W. O, Smith Printing Co.
W. O. Smith Printing Co.
Willie Cunningham, rabbit
Julia Swindler, rabbit bounty 7.15
L. B. Dawson, rabbit bounty 2,bU
W, W. Fordney rabbit bounty 12.45
Louis Bernhart, rabbit bounty
E. L. Rlghtmier, rabhit boun
ty L. M. Martin, paper cups
Pioneer Printolng Co. print
ing county 23.60
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co. services.. 33.43
G, O. Lorenz, repairs-Ice
drain- court house .
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co. services..
City and County Abstract co.
Earle Whitlock, services
county poor . . 44.25
Geo. H, Merryman, examlna-
tlon-Insane .. 5.00
Glass & Prudhomme Co
Books co. treasurer . 65.40
Earle Whitlock, services . 44.25
Geo. H, Merr'yma'n, salary
Health officer 8, C6
Geo( H. Merryman, salary
county chislclan 83 fie
N. J. Chapman, Justice fees St.
vs Rhodes 7,70
N. J. Chapman. Justice foes
St Vs Itobbln '. :- 12 on
Frank Ujip, Juror fees st, vp
Robbln , 1,20
j. v; aguQ, juror fees, st. vs
H. N.-,Moe, Juror fees St. vs
Robbln .-. ,.,
A. E. Whitman, Juror few'st
Carl Plath. lliror fnna Kf v."
Robbln v... 1 20
Fred Houston, Juror fees s't
vo uoDuin , 1 Hn
bounty line of said origin,,' mtooi STpSgfen ,! 1
st vs. Hobbln
Mrs. J. A. Hawkins witness
fees St s Uobhln . 1.70
N. J. Chnpiasu. Justice foes
st. vs O 11 Hall 7,95
J. W. Hilton, Constable St
vs C. U. Hull 2.20
13 W Gowan. Justlco foes St.
rstKlynn & Sullivan 11.15
ChetQJ Averv, witness. St. vs.
Fljiln & Sullivan 1.70
N J. Chapman, Justlco St.
. vi M. Hough ...! 11.55
Geo L. Humphrey, constable
St. vs M. Hough 4.00
A. 1. Green, wltuoss St. vs
M. Hough ..... 1.70
Mrs, O. n. Rees, witness St,
vs M. Hough , k li70
Etta Moore, witness tees St.
vs M Hough . 1.70
N, J. Chapman, Justlco fees
St. vs J. Burko - 6.20
N. J. Chapman, Justice fees
St vs Tom Pattas 11.70
N. J. Chapman, Justice fees
St. vs C. S. Jackson . ... 8.40
T. M, Durham, Constable fees
St. vs C S. Jackson 2.20
N. J. Chanman. Justice teos
St. vs M. Nichols ........ 13.10
Rav Hicks, witness fees St
vs M. Nichols 1.70
Dr. K. D. Johnson, witness
tecs St. vs M. Nichols .... 1.70
Freddie Blehn, witness fees
St. vs M. Nichols ... 1.70
N.' J. Chapman, Justice fees
St. vs Barnes & Gumm .... 8.S5
N. J. Chapman. Justice tees t
St. vs W. Williams 6. JO
H. S. Wilson. Constable tees
St. vs W. Williams . 2.40
E, W. Cowan, Justice fees St.
vs Barton ....... ............ 8.20
N. J. Chapman, coroner fees
st vs 'Redding ............ 14.75
F. W. Andrews, Juror St. vs
F. M. Priest, Juror fees St.
vs Redding . 1.20
John Farnell, Juror fees" St.
vs Redding 1.20
J. O. Hague, Juror fees St.
vs Redding . .. .... 1.20
F. Smith, Juror fees St.
vs Redding t-. .. 1.20
C. K. Brandenburg, Juror
fees St. vs Redding 1.20
W. D. Mann, witness fees
St. vs Redding .... 1.70
Archie Hasklns, witness fees
St. vs Redding . . 1.70
F.. C. Miller, witness fees St.
vs Heading ... i.m
Dan McLeod, witness fee St.'
vs Redding .. 1.70
C. G. Lamm, witness fee St.
vs Redding . .... 1.70
Dan McMullan, witness fee St.
vs Redding t . .1.70
sm Dr. A' A. Soule physician fee
St. vs. Redding .., 25.00
9.00 Earle. Whitlock, coroner St.
vs.HollIday ."....T... . 12.20
52.25 Dr. A. A. Soule, physician fee
577.01 st vs Holllday ... 25.00
6.00 F. M.XIarrich, Juror fee St. vs
11.05 Holllday . . 1.20
D. Mi Smith, Juror fed St.
vs Holllday t 1.20
H. J. tDwyer,- Juror fee St. vs
Holllday .i 1.20
T. G. jMcHatton, Juror fee St.
vs Holllday . ,1.20
E. J. Wilde, Juror fee St. vs
Jas. E. Howie, Juror fee St.
vs Holllday .,. 1.20
J. W. Bennett, witness tee St.
vs Holllday . 1.70
W. C. Horr, witness fee St vs.
Holllday .. 1.70
L. E. Friend, witness fee St.
vs Holllday ..... 1.70
W. L. Eades witness fee St vs
F..E. Beverly, witness Fee St.
vs Holllday ., .. 1.70
John Holllday, witness fee St.
vs Holllday , 1.70
N. J. Chapman, Justice fee St.
vs Strickland 13.65
E. A. Lawrence, Juror fee St.
vs Strickland 1.20
John Brett, Juror fee St. vs
A. E. Whitman, Juror St- vs.
Strickland .:. 1.20
J P. Campbell. Juror fee St.
vs Strickland ., ." 1,20
Geo. E. Bradnack, Juror fee
St. vs Strickland 1.20
Clarence Underwood, Juror
fee St. vs Strickland . ..... 1.20
G. Wlllard Smith, witness fee
St. vs Strickland , 1.70
A L. Bennett, witness fee St.
vs Strickland 1.70
Fred Gordon, witness fee St.
vs Strickland . 1.70
Archie Peterson, witness fee
st vs, .Strickland , 1.70
Patrick & co, supplies Co
offices . . 12.70
N. J. Chapman, Justice Fees
(Correction) . St. vs E.
In the Matter of a permit to Horsefly
irrigation District to cross Coun
This matter came on to be heard
upon the, application of tho Board of
uiruuiura 01 1110 iiuraony irrigation
District7 to cut across tho County
Road and put In a culvert where the
ditch of eald company crosses tho
County Road In the NE of Section
19 T39S. R. 11 E, W, M,
After -due deliberation tho Court
hereby 'gives consont to the Horsefly
Irrigation District to cut across tho
County .Road and put In a culvert,
sufficiently large to carry all the
wntor of said ditch, and sb as not to
interfere In nny mannor with tho
public In travollng said road said cut!
and culvert to bo at a point whoro
tho ''Sutton Irrigation Ditch", In
tersects tho County Road In tho
NE of Section 19, Tp 39, S. R. 11
E. W. M. Said culvert may bo ot
wood temporarily, but must bo re
placed wjth metal culvort on or be
fore Sopt, 1, 1919,
Dated this 13th day of Aug. 1019.
Wheroupon Court adjourned to
meet Saturday, August 16. 1919,
Saturday, Aug. 10, 1919,
Court mot pursuant tp adojurn-
For Service and Quality
REDUCE THE H.C.L.
By buying your meats from
the Klamath Packing Co.
HOOK -SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY
. The following cuts are from the Finest of Klamath County Beef:
12V2C to 15c
Pork Chops '. .
OUR OWN RENDERED
ALL THE ABOVE PRICES, AS WELL AS CUTS FROM OUR
CHOICE CATTLE, CAN BE HAD AT OUR LIBERTY
MARKET, CORNER THIRD AND MAIN
Klpath Packing CoJ
k Sjgk Jt J&m. jft. jW. ftfc A jMm. &. Jb.
f W 'V V '' V V '' V V V
ment, when were presentHon R. H.
Bunnell, Judge, Burrell Short and Asa
No Important matter being before
Whereupon court adjourned to
meet Monday, Aug. 18, 1919.
Monday Aug. 18, 1919
Court met pursuant to adjourn
ment when were present Hon. R. II.
Bunnell, Judge, Burrell Short and
Asa Fordyce, Commissioners.
And at this time the1 following pro
ceedings were had to-wlt:
The following claims were allowed
and tho Clork Instructed to draw war
tants on the Current Expense fund
(or the respective ameunts:
Barbara Brown, nurse county
farm . $ 1BO.O0
C. A. Vogt, rabbit bounty 2.60
August Andrleu, ro"bblt boun
Henri Andrleu, rabbit bounty 15.60
Harry Lemler, rabbit bounty 2.50
The following Library claims were
allowed and ordered paid from the
Underwoods Pharmacy, sup
plies ror L.iDrary ... .i &u
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, Klamath County.
LAW No. 1140
E. P. Combs, Plaintiff, vs. J. L.
To J L. Porter, above named Do-
endant: " '
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
of okeuen: you are hereby req
uired to appear 'and answer the eom-
lalnt filed against you In the above
entitled action on or before Febru
ary 6. 1920. that being tho last day
ot the time prescribed In tho order
or publication of this summons, and
it you fall so to appear and answer,
for want thereof plaintiff will take
Judgment against you for the sum
ot 1100.00 together with interest
thereon at the rate ot 8 per cent per
annum, from March 11, 1919; for
the further sum of 135.00 as attor
ney's fees In this actien: for the
costs and disbursements Incurred
herein; and for an order of this
Court that plaintiff havo execution
against one Reo Automobllo running
gear and one Stevens six cylinder on
'Xl x J 4h
BIG EATERS GET
The following Road'ciaTm. werajS??;" "f. W- ?
allowed and ordered paid from tho
Bly Mercantile Co. Mdse
County roads t 9,50
Tom Dixon, cash, advanced for
expressage .... 12.23
Sixth Street Oarage, repair
road truck 2,00
Whereupon Court adjourned to
meet Saturday August, 23, 1919.
Saturday, Aug, 1919,
Court met pursuant to adjourn
ment when were present Hon. R. H.
Bunnell. Judge, and Burrell Short
and Asa Fordyce, Commissioners,
(Continued pn page 7)
and garnlsheed In this action
This summons Is sorvodupon you
by publication in the Evening Her
ald, a dally newspaper, printed, pub
lished and of genoral circulation in
Kiamatn county, -uregon, onco a
week for six weeks, by order of tho
Honorable D. V. Kuykendall, Judge
of the above entitled Court, made
and entered In this action on Dec
ember 24th, 1919. Tho dato of tho
first publication hereof being Decem
ber 26, 1919.
R. C. OROESBECK,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address, Klamath Falls, Ore.
The American men and women
must guard constantly against Kid
ney trouble bocauso we oat too much
and all our food Is rich. Our bfood
is filled with uric acid which thokld
neyg strive to filter out, they weaken
from overwork, becomo sluggish;
the ollmlnatlve tlssuoa clog and the
result Is kidney trouble, bladder
weakness and a general decline in
When your kidneys feel like
lumps ot lead; your back hurts or
mo urine is ciouay, run of sedlmont
or you are obliged to seok relief two
or throo times a night; If you sutfe
with sick headache or dizzy, nervous
spells, acid stomach, or you havo
rheumatism when tho weather Is
bad, got from your pharmacist about
four .ounces of Jad Salts; take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid
of grapos and lemon Juice, combin
ed With llthla. anil hna hnnn ,.j
for generations to flush and stimu
late clogged kidney; to neutralize
the acids in tho urino so It no Jonger
s a source of irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive ; cannot
injuro. makes a delightful offorves
cont llthia-wator boverago, and be
longs in every home, bocauso no
body can mako a mistake by having
a good kldnoy flushing nny time.
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JANUARY 30, 8 P. M. CHRISTIAN CHURCHADMISSION 35c AND 25c
Upholstering, Mattress Renovating. Furniture Repairing of all kinds
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IF IT CAN BE FIXED, WE WILL FIX IT