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TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1D20.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
i i-t- t I'AOH TWO
'E. J. MUKKAY
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TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1020.
Dr. Elizabeth D. A. Cohen, the
first woman to practice medicine In
New Orleans, recently celebrated her
one hundredth birthday In that city.
London, Manchester, Leeds and
other largo cities of England now
have billiard parlors exclusively for
women devotees of the green-table
J. H. Garrett & Son
522-538 S. Sixth St.
When at last Spring
arrives, you will wish
:v that you had fixed your
car sooner; so we are
suggesting that you
bring it in to us to-day
and let our expert me
chanics start to work on
it We have a modern
and complete repair
shop and can assure you
of service and depend
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NOTICE OK KIiKimOX
Serves you right Club Cafe G-tf
THE" MODERN WAY to get re
sults nowadays Is to go after them.
" The Man Who Never Fakes "
THE CYCLONE William Fas. Zrqdvctiow v
AT THE LIBERTY
In tho County Court of tho Stat ot
Oregon for Klamath County.
In tho matter ot tho Organisation)
ot tho Patterson Irrigation)
District. ' )
Whereas, under tho provisions ot
Chapter 357. General Laws ot Ore
gon for 1017. said County Court
Lmndo and entered an order obsig
nating nnu osinoiiBmiiB rmwuuu
irrigation District with tho follow
ing boundaries, to-wlt:
' . .-!....,.. .a ... . .mint MAltv.ll M 1 niT
lii'K'iimin; in. ii jiuiuv IVKH.V......O
the northwest comer ot tho south
ni minrtor of tho southwest quar
ter (SEU ot SWU) ot Section
'Twenty-nlno (20) In Township Forty
1(40), South ot ltango Eleven (11).
lEasL ut tho Wlllametto Meridian,
1 Kinmnth County. Oregon, thonco east
on said subdivision .lino ono and one
halt miles to tho northeast comer ot
the southwest nunrtor ot tho south
cast quarter ot Soctlon 28, In Bald
township and range; thonco south
fnrtv rhnlna. thonco east twonty
i chains, thonco south twenty chains,
to tho quarter corner on tho section
.lino botweou Soctions 33 and 34,
'said township and rnngo; thonco
east twenty chains, thence south
I sixty chains, moro or loss, to tho
southeast corner ot lot numbered
four, ot Section throe, in Townsnip
41, south ot ltango Elovon (11)
E. W. M., In Klamath County, Or
gon; thence wst twonty ichatno, to
tho section lino botwoon Sections 3
and 4, said township and rnngo;
thenco south to, at or near tho south
cast corner of Section 4 in said town
ship nnd range, whoro.sald line inter
sects tho north lino ot the rlght-ot-
way .ot what Is known as" tho Adams
Canal. Thonco northerly and west
erly nlonu tho north boundary ot tho
said Adams Canal to n point twonty
chains wost of tho east lino or. Sec
tion G. in said township and rango;
thonco north to tho north boundary
nt said township; thonco west twenty
chains, to tho quarter corner ou the
township lino 'between said town
ships 40 and 41, said range number
11 E. W. M.; thenco north through
Soctlon 32. Township 40, South ot
Kanco 11 East, distant sixty entiles;
thonco west twenty chains; thenco
north forty chains to placo ot begin
Now, therefore for tho purposo of
determining whether or not tfuch dis
trict shall bo organized under tho
provisions of said act, an election
will bo hold at tho Town Hall, Town
of Merrill, in said district, in said
county and stato, on tho 1st day ot
April, 1020, which election will bo
held at eight o'clock in tno morning,
and will continue" until soven o'clock
In tho evening ot said day, ut which
time tho qualified electors therein
shall cast ballots which contain these
Irrigation District- Yes
Irrigation District No
or words equivalent thereto.
Thero shall also bo elected at anch
timo and placo three directors for
said district, whoso torm of office
shall expire In ono, two and three
years respectively, from tno nrst
EVEN DIVORCES HIT
BY HIGHER COSTS
Drug Facts, No. 13
........In supply liiz household druci to our patrons, wc shnll
especial care In their selection as to quality and purity of the original
drug. These wo will pack In our stores and great euro will bo used
to lnsuro these drugs reaching jour hands in a perfectly fresh and
potent condition, Powdered drugs will be dispensed in dust-proof,
full-weight, sealed cartons. Liquids will lo dispensed In jou In full
weight, clean, sanitary bottles. The packing of household drugs in
our stores will bo always under tho supervision of registered phar
macists, competent In tho profession.
AVlien you buy Epsom Salt, Spirit of Camphor, Alum, or any
other household drugs, you may bo sure, If It bears our label, tliitt
the purity, quality and quantity arc guaranteed to you.
SQUARE DEAL DRUG STORE, Klamath Falls
RED CROSS DRUG STORE, Merrill
New Men 'Sew Methods
SAN BERNARDINO, Cnl., Mnr. 0.
Members of tho San Dormmllnc
County Dar Association hnvo doclil-
cd their minimum charge. tor bring-'
Ing divorce actions shall bo 7G. It
It Is necessary to publish summons
tho chargo will bo nt least $100.
Thoy'hnve under conBldorntlon r a
plan to charge n minimum fee ot
J2.C0 whonovor cllonta "drop Into"
tholr offices tot consultation, f i " ;
NOTICE OP GUARWAN'H BALK
In tho County tfourt of tho Stato of
Oregon tor tno county or
In tho Matter ot tho Estato nnd)
Guardianship ot Frank II.)
McCornnck, Jr., a Minor. )
Pursuant to on order mado by the
Honorable County Judgo of the
County of Klamath, Stato of Oregon,
dated tho 9th day of rouruury, iavi
notice is hereby given that tho u tutor-
signed will sell, nt private salo, for
ono-fourth cash, and balance on or
before tlvo years from Novombor 11,
1019, secured by nrst mortgage ou
snld Interest. Interest six por contum
nor annum, nayablo annually, nt
Klamath Falls, In tho County of
Klnmath, Stato of Oregon, on or
after tho. 15th day ot March, 1920,
tho undivided two-fifteenths interest
of said minor In tho following tract
of land, situated In tho County of
Klamath and stato ot uregon, to
Lota 1, 2, G and 10, south of tho
following doscrlbod lino, to-wlt: Bo-
ginning at a point; C(i8 feot north of
tho northeast corner ot tho SEU of
Section 7, Township 38 South, ltango
8, East ot Wlllnmotto Meridian,
thenco 'west 2621 foet to n stono
marked with a cross, at tho easterly
end ot tho cross dlko between Wocub
nnd Caledonia Marshes; thonco south
24 degrees wost luu leet, monco
north 66 degrees weiit 1000 feot
thenco north 24 dogrecs east 200
feet, thenco north 66 degrees wost
50 feet to contor of canal or stream.
thonco northorly along center ot
canal 100 feot. thence west to tho
west lino-, of Lot E, naid-Townahij
and Range: also Lots 3,8. 9, 14 and
SU of SEU. Section 7; Lota 3, 4.
G, C, 7, 8. 9 nnd 10, Section 8; Lots
4, G. 6, 7 nnd S'j of SEU. Soctlon
OSWtOf SWU. Soctlon 10; NWU.
undtLotB 3, 4, 9, 10 nnd 11, Section
1G; all ot Section 16; Ntt, SEU.
K'A ot SWU. NWU of SWU and
Lot 2, Soctlon 17; N& ot NEU.
SEU ot NEU. NEU of SEU and
Lots G, 6, 7 and 8. Soctlon 18; NEU.
NEU of NWU, Ntt of SEU nnd
Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Soctlon 20;
all of Section 21; W. Lots 2, 3, 4,
G, 6, 7, 8 and SWU ot NEU, Section
22; also all that part of Lot 1, Sec
tion 22, and that part of Lots 2 nnd
G, Soctlon 1G, which Ilea wost of tho
Ing their olection.
following lino, to-wlt: Beginning at
February noxt succeed- tho northeast cornor of Lot 3 ot
of candidates for said offices may bo .feet
The nominations said, Section 22, thonco north 1435
to tho center of tho "Neck'
petition, signed by at loast thenco north 38 degrees Gl minutes
ten of tho electors in said proposed west 414Gifoet, following tlte''Nock"
district qualified to vote for tho to intersection -.with north nnd south
officers so nominated, or at an center lino., of Soctlon 1G; SWU of
assombly of not less than twonty-flvo SWU, Section 23; all of fructlonn
of said electors, which said nomlna- 'Section 25, excopt Lots 1 nnd 9:
tlons by, petition or by assembly shall W&, SEU. W of NEU, BEU of
b'e'flled with tho undersigned at least NE'i, Section 2G; aliofnSoctlon 27;
ten daysmext preceding tho date of NEU, NKU of NVU and Lots 2, 3,
said election. !4. G, 6, 7 and 8 Section 28; Lot 8,
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,' Section. 29; N of JJEU, SWU qf
Having sold mv ranch, and lowing on account,
of sickness, I will sell at Public Auction, on Tuesday,
March 10, at tho old Taylor ranch, G miles west of
Klamath Falls on the Keno Road, the follewing:
1 Bay Mare, 9 years old, weight MOO.
1 Bay Mare, 5 years old, weight 1400.
1 Bay Mare, 12 years old, weight 11G0.
1 Sorrel Mare, 7 years old, weight 1200. ,
1 Bav Mare, 4 years old, wt. 1 150, partly broke.
1 Black Mare, 4 yrs. old, wt. 3 150, partly broke.
2 Black Geldings, 3 years old.
1 2-Year-Old Filly.
(J Milch Cows, giving milk, 4 fresh in February.
G 3-Ycnr-Old Heifers.
G Yearling Calves.
G Young Calves.
1 llob Sled; 1 3U-lnch Wagon; 1 Hack; 1 Ailrlnncn Hlndor,
7 toot, nearly nuy; 1 Monitor Drill, nearly now; 1 Mollno Dlsa
Clang l'low; 1 12-lurh Mnuldlinard (Inni;; 1 Walking Plow; 1
3'RPCtlon Spring Tooth Harrow, no; 1 l-sectlon Harrow; 1 Food
Clrlmlor; 1 Dlse Harrow; I Ailrlnnn Mower; I DcLuvnl Hopnriitnr,
good shape; 2 SoIh Work Harness; 1 Saddle and llrldlu; I7G l'uuts;
10 or 12 tonu Alfalfa Hay; iiomu Homo-drown Alfalfa Sued.
1 Kitchen Cabinet.
1 Dining Table.
2 Bedsteads and Springs.
1 Library Table.
1 Heating Stove.
1 Queen Incubator.
1 20-gnllon Barrel Churn.
Chairs and other articles too numerous to
mention. J Q j
Terms of Sale: Sums of $20 and under, cash. Sums
over $20, eight months' time at S per cent in
terest with bankable notes. 5 per cent discount
for cash on all sums over $20.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
GEO. L. SHELL, Owner.'
MERKILL & MOORE, Auctioneers.
FOX FAHMIIllS IIUSV
COltnoVlA, Alaska, Fob. 15. (Il
Mall.) Dozens of small islands ly
ing off southern Alaska nro being
used for fox farms. Twenty-nlno Is
lands In Prin 90 William sound hnvc
been leased' for tho brooding of the
foxes. Fur buyora visit tho IslnntlF
O. i:. H. NOTICE
N'otlro Is heroby. given "Hint thoro
will lie 11 regular meeting of Aloha
Chapter. No, CI. O. II. S ut the
Masonic hall, Tuesday ovonlng,
March 9, 1H20, at 7:30 p. in.
Visiting Sisters mid ilrolliors wel-
EFFIE 8. CHA8TA1N,
March 1st, 1920.
C. It. DELAP, County Clerk.
SPECIAL STATUTORY PROCEED
INGS EQU1TV NO. 1100
NEU. NWU. E of SEU. Section
34; WK Of NEU. SEU OfNEU.Eft
of NWU: S'j of SWU. nnd SEU.
Section 3G; Nj of NEU and WV4.
Section 3C, Township 38 South.
I Range 8 East of Wlllametto Meri
dian; also N of NEU and SWU
In the Circuit Court of tho Stato of of NEU, Soctlon 2, Township 39
Oregon for Klamath County. South, Range 8, East ot Wlllametto
In tho matter pf tho Petition of Meridian; also a, certain dlko and the
tho Board of Directors ot tho Horso-iland on wh(ch same is located, de
fly Irrigation District ot Klamath; scribed as follews: Beginning at tho
County, Oregon, praying that tho nunrtor section corner on tho oast
proceedings of said Board and of said lino of Section 7, Township 38 South.!
District authorizing the Issue and. Range. S, East of Wlllametto Morl-
sale: or bonds of said District' may bo aian, tnonce north u&s-roet, thonco 1
oxamineu, approved) ana confirmed west zuzi icet to n siono marked
by the Court. with a cross, which stono Is tho placo
To tho liorscflv Irrigation District I or beginning; tnenco south 24 (lo
ot' Klamath County, Oregon, and to grees west 100 feet; thonco north 66
all Freeholders, Legal Voters and degrees west 1000 feot; thonco north
Assessment Payers within said DIs- 24 degrees east 200 feot; thonco
trict: .1 south 66 degrees east 1000 feet;
Notlco Is hereby given that tho thenco south 24 degrees west 100
above entitled Court has fixed tho, feet to placo ot beginning l,n so far
'G'wIfWW'w vTVVHm,TTttt V V V T TWVSMHTVT'rTT
OUR 11REAKFAST BACON
Is simply Irresistible. It Is
all sugar cured and comes
from the finest young pigs.
Try some tomorrow morn
ing. Our hams, too, aro
away above tho avcrngo.
Mild and sweet, thoy taBto
ust perfect. Eaten cither
hot or cold, thoy aro toolh
somo and dollcfous. All
weights to suit your noodd.
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday,
tho 30th day ot March. A. D. 1920.
nnd tho Court Room of the above
entitled Court In the City of Klnmath
Falls, Oregon, as tho timo and nlacn
for tho hearing of tho petition of 'tho1
Board of' Directors of the Horsefly
Irrigation District of Klamath
County. Oregon, nravlne that nil urn.
codlings of said Board and of said
District providing for and authoriz
ing tho issue of the bonds of said
District may be examined, approved
and confirmed by tho Court, which
petition has been filed with tho
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
Stato of Oregon for Klamath
Any person Interested may at any
timo before Tuesday, tho 30th day
of March, A. D. 192Q, appear and
contest tho validity of such proceed
ings, or of any of the nets or things
This notice is published Dursuant
to an order made by the Honorablo
u. v. Kuykonaaii, Judge of tho Cir
cuit Court of tho States ot Oregon
for Klamath County, mado and en
tered upon tho 21st day of Fobruary,
A. U. J.UZU.
C. R. DELAP, Clerk Circuit Court.
By Perry O. DoLap, Deputy Clerk
of tho Circuit Court of tho
Stnto of Oregon for Klamath
County, Oregon. '
When a hangman died in England
somo timo Blnco, several womon were
among thoso who applied for tho
Tho first woman registered phar
macist In Now Hampshire was Miss
Addio M. Stovons of Concord, who
ns samo pertains to tho lands of
Wocus Marsh, abutting on tho south,
ob tho same appears In a certain doed
of, conveynnco oxecuted by Porcy M.
Collier, Executor of tho estato of E,
P. 'McCorndck, deceased, to Ruth
Stevenson Addison, this minor and
others, on (August 23, 1917, and re
corded in Book 47 of Doods, pago
331, Klamath County, Oregon.
Tho proposed salo will bo Bubject
to confirmation by tho County Court
of Klamath County, Oregon,
Dated nt Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this 10th dayof Fobruary, 1920.
-FRANK 11. MCCORNACK;
10-17-24-2-9 Quardlan'of said Minor.
In tho County Court of the Stato of
Oregon for Klamath County.
In thb matter' of the Estate ot Andy
u jnauoy, aoceasea.
To tho Unknown Heirs ot Andy
You and each of you aro heroby
cited nnd required to appear in tho
abovo entitled Court on March 6,
tazu, nt tne nour or 2; 30 o'clock,
p. m nnd then nnd thero to show
cause, if any yoij have, wjiy an order
snouia not do mauo authorizing wai
ter E. Perkins, administrator of said
ostate, to sell at private salo, to tho
h ghost bidder for cash In hand, the
following real property belonging to
said estate, to-wlt: Lot Flvo (S) of
Block Seventeen (17) of North
Klamath Falls Addition to tho City of
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Witness the Honorablo R. H. Bun
nell, Judgo of tho abovo entitlod
Court, with tho seal thoreof afllxod
this January 31st,, 1020,
C. R,J)B LAP, Clerk.
(Seal.) ( By Qarrott K. Van Rlporf
Saturday, March 13
THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST SHORTHORN
BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION AND THE KLAM
ATH COUNTY FARM BUREAU WILL SUPER
VISE THE SELLING OF
31 Registered Shorthorns 31
Consisting of Bulls from 9 Months to 3 Years and
Cows from 2 to 7 Years Old.
Some of cows have calves by side; others due to f
, Consigned mainly from W. W. Green's noted
herd at Union, Oregon, with five head from Ci O.
Garrett, Glendale, Oregon.
This is the greatest opportunity ever offered
, Breeders and Rancremen of thin communitv tn wf
I choicely bred bulls and heifers as herd improvers or
II as foundation herds a growthy, rugged type w?th
approved blood lines behind them.
Send to E. H. Thomas. Countv AcrSrulinral
I Agent, Klamath Falls, Ore., for catalog of animals
to be' sold. ' 'Uv - T
PLAN TO ATTEND THIS SALE!
Sale, at O. K. Barn, to begin at 1 P. M.
Cattle dan now be inspected at O. K. Barn.
qualified In 1892.