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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
KHIDAY, APniL 2, 1020
" , t!nZtiy-Nd.'lU6.
KUMMONH FOR' PUBLICATION
For Service and Quality
Select Meats for Easter
Prime Rib Rolled
. Plate and Brisket Boils
Leg of Lamb
Leg of pig Pork
Beef will be of finest steer beef. Let us select
your meat for your Easter dinner.
a c e-ivi a r
524 Main Street
FOR SALE Real Estate
In the Circuit Court of tho Stato of
( pn-Kon (or Klnmnth County.
2.L. it. Langtoy, Plaintiff,)
t . ultiiiiiii, Aiiiunuui duiih,;
u luriniraiiiJii, ;
In tho namo of tho Stato of Ore-gon
To German, American Dank, a cor
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed
against you In tho aboro entitled I FOR SALE Four-room modern
tun, on or before April 23, ltf3W, plastered house on pavement. It's
HEWS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
FOIt BALK Five-room new and
modern plastered houso In tho best
part ot Mills addition at the very low
price of 2,800 on easy terms. Chll
coto & Smith, 633 Maln.St., Phone 66.
that being the last day of the time worth muqh more money, but owner
At O. K. Barn
SATURDAY, APRIL 3
FOLLOWING THK oATTLK 8ALK
1 191G Oakland automobile, guaranteed In good condition.
7-ycar-old Ilolsteln cow, fresh,. J8tb of, October, last.
1 2-year-old HoUtoln bolfcr. -" f .
1 null calf, mixed blood.
1 6-year-old bay OcldlnK, weight 1100.
1 Delivery Hack, with shafts and trailer tongue
1 Parlor Organ; 2 old bedsteads.
2 dozen hens.
Some garden tools and numerous odds and ends.
TERMS $20.00 and under, conn. Otvr $20.00' bankable
nottt, biinR 8 per cat, time otic yrur. S per cent discount
for cash. .,
J. S. LLOYD.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
prescribed In the Order for Publlca
tion of this Summons. And If you
fall so tc-'answer or appear, for want
thereof the plaintiff will app!y-to
the Court for the relief prayed for
In her complaint on file heroin, to
wit: for Judgment and decree that
you hare no estate, claim or Interest
In and 16 the following described real
Situate in Klamath County, Ore
gon, the southeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of Section Twe:
north bait of northeast quarter and
northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter of Section 11; in Township
Thirty-nine South, Range Bight,
East of Willamette Meridian. ,.
And that jou be forever enjoined
and debarred from asserting any
claim whatever to said premises, ad
vorsc to plaintiff; for plaintiff's
costs and disbursements incurred in
this suit, and for such other and
further relief as to tho Court may
This summons Is sorved by publi
cation thereof in the Evening Herald,
a daily newspaper printed, published
and of ' general circulation In
Klamath County, Oregon, by order
of the Honorable D. V. Kuykendall,
Judge of the above entitled Court,
made and entered" March 11, 1920.
which said order requires that this
summons be published once a week;
lor six weuks. The date of the first
publication of this summons is
March 12, 1920.
' R. C. OROESBECK, ,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: Klamath Falls.
CARD OF THANKS
wllj sacrifice at $2,100 on easy terms.
Smith, 633 Main
RANCH FOR SALE 320 acres, CO
acres under private reservoir, 100
acres good upland, soli very 'deep,
raises good wheat, corn, beans, to
matoes, finest potatoes. Only $3,500
for quick sale. Wri'.e "Ranch,"
care of Herald. 29-1
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
-Gladiolus bulbs, 60c a
E. I. Applegate. Phone
FORD 1918, one-man top, worm
steering gear, five new tires, shock
absorbers, $560( Terms it paper
will bank. Bex G. B. F., Herald.
PHONE PEYTON for wood. 187
CITY GARBAGE! When you want
garbago removid call b2J.
Printing, Stationery and office
supplies. Pioneer Printing and Sta
tionery company. 126 Main St 9-tf
WANTED By, couilo, no children,
two or more furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Box 100, Herald.
WANTED TO BUY A small house
with large lot. close in. Give lo
cation, price and terms In first let
ter, uox , iieraia omce.- 3iu
WANTED A girl or woman for gen-
' erai Housework. Call Marshall
House. . 30-4
WANTED To buy reed baby buggy
In good aondition. Phpne 73-J.
FOR SALE For the next two
weeks at Turner's sawmill, 16
inch wood for from $2.50 to $3.00
a cord. 29.10
FOR SALE 21 head young stock,
9 heifers from No. 1 milk stock.
FOR SALE Angora goats, 360
-head, all high grade. 27S does.
Registered bucks. EH W. Davis, R.
F. D. Bx 162, Ashland, Ore. 29-8
FOR SALE 4 saddle horses, good
after stock, cheap; 6 work-horses,
ready for spring plowing. Phone
296-J". , r
FOR RENT Five-room furnished
house; Immediate possession. $25
per month. 1621 Manzanlta. 2
FOR SALE Good wheat .and bar
ley straw ,$6.00 per fon. "
2-tf Phone 269jf,
WANTED TO BUY A tv, or three
room houtio. Can pay Sinj down,
and $40 per month. Box R1S, Klam
ath Falls. 2-3
WANTED Man for pick and shoe!
work for about ono week. ,,
2-3 Dr. A. A. Soule.
WANTED TO RENT Five Jto 7
room house. See Mr. Currin, at
Square Deal Drug Store. 2-4.
FOR SALE tt ton Ford chassis.
Lewis Garage, 423 Sixth fit. 2-8
: Tsav neaTra:
'THE GIRL FROM OUTSIDE"
X A Great Picture of the North in the Day of the Rush i
to the Gold Fields
This picture cannot fail to please you.
1 A good two-reel comedy
Two Complete Show's Tonight
FOR SALE One Reoypew tqp
nowly painted, 5 nety tires. Ope
1920 Maxwell, perfect condition;' 6
new tires. One 1918 Bulck-slx,
guaranteed perfect condition, 6 cord
tires. Imperial Garage, Phone 130.
FOUND License number G4634.
Call at Herald office and pay for
We wish to thank the members of
Klamutti i-K)Uge io. 7 7, a. F. at a.
M ana the muny other friends who
dbslsted us in our late bereave
ment, with kindly acts and. floral
, Mrs. A. S. Moorland
DAIRY HERD FOR SALE
Other business requires my atten
tion, bo have decided to dispose of
my herd ot It choice dairy cowj and
one Holatien bull. There Is no bet
ter1 stock In tlie county tor creamery
liurposes, or seeing milk. Frank
Aiooriqnd, on old Wultonplace, near
WANTED To rent before Julvlj.a
six or seven room modern home,
unfurnished. Mrs. Wilbur Jones.
703 Pine, Phone 218J. 2-7
Havlnc snare time, could astlst In
our home, doing housework, or
plain sowing. Or could help In store
as clerk, or posting monthly ac
counts, 8:30 to 4:30 except Sun
'ivs. 50 cents an hour. Box 101,'
LOST Between Marshall ranch,
Olene and Klamath Falls, an In
dian blanket ptito robe, eolors red
end Ifnwn. Return to Herald of
fice. Reward. 2
1 Construction mlllrlght. stranrer
hero, wants work. Notify C. O..
room 214, Klamath Rooming Hon"'
In the County Court of the State ot
Oregon for Klamath County.
In the matter of the estate of Emma
Jackson Wilson, Deceased.
Notice, is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the
above entitled estate has filed bis
tinal -account of the administration
of said estate in the aboev entitled
court and that Saturday, the first
day of May, 1920, at 2 o'clock p. m.
of said day. In the courtroom ot said
i court In the Courthouse at' Klamath
Falls, Oregon, have been fixed as the
time and place tor the settlement ot
said account and the hearing ot said
report,' on Or before which time any
Trnx9.n lntit.actd1 In .aMfiltnto mnV.L
COUU U..l'D.V... ... . wvh.w .,.-.
appear ".and file his exceptions. toj
FOR SALE 1 3 Stndebaker wa
gon, 1 3U narrow-tired wagon.
Storage Batteries Charged..H. Shidler
Usd,cars foe '.sale one 1918
Chevrolet, first-class running condi
tion. Prices are right. Central Gar
WANTED Clean cotton rags, 5c per
pound. Central Garage. 30-tt
WANTED TO BUY 8econd hand
kitchen range, must -bo in good
condition and price must be right.
Phone 37C. - 30-tf
WANTED Man to furnish land and
seed on Tule Lake land. I will
do the work for share of crop. John
Liskey, Malln, Ore. 31-2
WANTED One or two high-wheel
logging trucks, either new or sec
ond hand. State cash price and con
dition with specifications. Barham
Bros. Lumber Co , Siskiyou, Ore.
WANTED TO BUY A small house
in good location, with large lot
Price must be reasonable, with
terms. Address R. C. S. Herald of
WANTED At Klamath General
Hospital, an assistant cook. Phone
Storage Batteries H. Shidler
FOR SALE One Shire stallion, six
years old. Several head ot young
work horses. Inquire of Enterprise
Ranch, or phone 253J. , 12-tf
Serves "you right Club Cafe 6-tf
FOR SALE A double drawer Na
tional Cash register. Just like new
Rex Cafe. - 12-tf
FORALfc Usedlcars, 1917 Elgin
, Imperial GarageT ? 25-tf
Serves you right Club Cafe G-tf
FOR RENT OR LEASE
FOR SALE: Second hand United
Motor truck of 4 tons fully equip
ped for hauling, excellent condition
for only $'2750.00 F. O. B. Portland,
Oregon. For particulars, write Thom
as Randies, 26-North 15th4St., Port
land, Oregon. ' tf
IsAld, account and contest the same.
1 Dated Aprii 2, 1920. '
' ROBERT WILSON,
Administrator of iho Estate
OJt Emma Jackson, Wilson,
The police records of London
show that for every day of the year
on uverage of 20 to 30 girls are re
ported ''missing" in tho British metropolis.
Madomoisollo Gormalno Sablin, a
French Miss of ten Bummers, has
written a novel of which tho critics
declare "Victor Hugo might bo
WANTED Timekeeper for con
I struction camp. Must bo experl
chnrges. Applications must be In
own handwriting, and state full ex
perience and salary wanted. A.B.,
I CEMENT WORK
L. K. Porter, Contractor, box 281.
FOR SALE The Herald Mill placo
your lucsaago in the hands ot over
9,000 readers every night tor only
(he cents a line.
Fjordson Tractor t
Pay or contract work '
Farm, Woods or Mills
Address Evening Herald
At the Moose Hall:
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 3
Local Jolly Jazz Band
EVENING, APRIL 3
AT MLIN HALL
MUSIC BY MALIN ORCHESTRA
FOR RENT Space In these 'columns
at five cents a line a day, A line
hei is read by thousands every
FARM FOR 'RENT OR SALE Near
"Klamath-Falls under ditch. Ad-
dress-R. Herald office. 12-tf
WANTED A message froni you to
the readers of The Herald, if you
have anvthlne for sale, for rent. Inst
Serves you right Club Cafe 6-tf
LOST AND FOUND
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LOST Persian grey kitty, ,The boy
who returns this 'kitty to Dr.
Johnson's office will be rewarded
with a fine new "Dubbelbllt" suit of
clothes from K. K. K. store.
LOST A golden opportunity to sell
your 'home, your famror anything
you wiah tp dispose of, if you do not
us the classified columns of The
FOUND A chance to dispose of any
of the innumerabln articles that
you have, stored awav in vnnr rollnr
attic or tarn. Turn your waste into
cash. There is always' someone who
wants Just what you haye for sale.
Find him through the classified
columns of. this paper. ' '
Series you rlghr-Club Cafe 6-tf I
LOST On Main street, between
bath hnUftR nnil fthnatn ni hAtimafi
Main and Washington on Fifth, a
gold maple leaf brooch, valued as a
keepsake. Suitable reward for its
return. Mrs. Mann, Hot Springs
Bath House. , ' 31-2
Electric -Appliances H. Shidler
TAKE A PLUNGE
The plunge and baths at the
White Pelican hotel are now open
to the public. Those wishing to en
gage them may arrange with Mr.
Mann at the Hot Spring Bath house
or af. the hotel office. 1-tf
In Iceland the mother Is always
the guardian of her children.
The first Nebraska women to be
commissioned a notary public was
Miss Anna Saunders, of Custer
county, in 1885.
DR. T. C. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. O. O. F. Building
Residence White Pelican Hotel
Residence Phone 6.
SHOW STARTS 7:30
The Lady of the Photograph'"
Starring a , "
The Beautiful Shirley .Mason ' ,:
A Romantic Tale of Today
Also Tenth Episode of "Trail of Octopus"
Only Serial Running in Klamath Falls '
" Good Cemedy: , "DREAMY KNIGHTS'
' 'We give silverware redemption tickets
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Murphey's Feed & Seed Store
J26 Soh Skth S ,':- Phone 87