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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
FRIDAY, DECKMHI.H :ll, 1IWO.
Rheumatic Pain M
Rub it right out-Try jhi$! HI
llhmimiitlsm In "imln only
Not oiio citiin In flfiy rxrjtitri'H Intnr
nul trontnioiit Stop flriiKKliiR? Hub
th miliary rlKht iiwayl Kit). ninth
IliK, iiunolrnllttK "Ht. Jiicolm Oil" di
rectly Into thu soro, miff Jolntn mid
muscles it ii 1 mlliif coMiim Instantly
"HI, JncoliH Oil cunriuiir pain. It In
n harnilos rtimiiiintlntii cure which
nnvor (HnAppolntM nml doc not bllst-or.
Limber up I Quit complalnlngl Out
n small trial boltlo ot old-llmo "Ht.
Jiicolm Oil" nl liny ilruit storo and In
J lint n moment you'll lio fron from
rheumatic pnln, xoronos and stiff
ness. Don't mi f for I Hollof ami a curn
nwalt you (hit III "Ht. Jacob Oil"
Ik Juit nil Reed for sciatica, neu
ralgia, lumbago, backacho, sprain
Wo can dstlver
DRY Hf.AII cost yon leii than other wood.
HLAIIH morn promptly than block.
All our wood Is dry nnd well seasoned.
Deliveries nm difficult at thl Reason of tho year nnd price
nro nt'CPflinrlly tilclwr, hut tho nut profit to ua la less, ao do not
tilnuiu tho wood man for tlin lilnhor price.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOD TO BURN" -
419 Main St. Phone 53S
MIIH. NANCY HIIAIIC, of Um
Amk'Im, who win film icwlird
mm of llin ki'II miriulM'M of
Iti'r llfll wlll'll TjiiiIik- Kllll)lcl
I)' ri'ftlmvtl lir liciillli nfter lm
IiiiiI iiIiiiOn) lint liopi' of rcr get
IIiiK "I'll. ! Inrt-M kIio fiiiffrml
for tiii'ho Ioiik rnr.
JUST A FEW PRE-INVENTORY
Golden West Coffee, 1-lb. can 55c
Golden West Coffee, 2-lb. can $1.62
Golden West Coffee, 5-lb. can $2.65
Swift's Empire Hams, per lb 33c
1-lb. Loaf of Holsum Bread 10c
Libby's Solid Pack Tomatoes, 1 can 22c
Royal Baking Powder, 12-oz can 42c
Royal Baking Powder, 2&-lb. can $1.28
Royal Baking Powder, 5-lb. can $2.45
And Be Your Own Clerk at the
Spot Cash Basket Grocery
822 Klamath Avenue
"CASH AND CARRY SYSTEM
.B ' - iiiii.i.
You cannot expect your car toa bo healthy all wlntor unlesa
you glvo It proper protoctlon.
Sick Cars Are Expensive
Exposure to weather cause troublo, deterioration and rapid
doproclatlon. Wet wires cauao short circuits water on motal
part cause rust. Tho paint on tho body will chock and crack It
molituro I allowed to (collect and stand.
GIVE YPUR CARA HOME
Keep It Out of the Hospital
Thl company will help you.
Big Basin Lumber Company
Exclusive Representatives of the National
'After seeing thij wonderful to-
suit my husbnnd obtained from Tan
la I began taking the mvdlclna my-
self, and now we both ngroo that It
If tho grandest medicine on earth,"
said Mr. Nancy Sharp, n prominent
and highly esteemed resident of Lo
Angeles, Calif., llvlnr nt 921 Cam
iiius street, whoso husbnnd I pro
prietor of tho Merchant' Express
'Durlnic tho twclvo year that
suffered with Indigestion and stomach
trouble. 1 tried nearly orery medicine
I heard about, but nething: helped mo
and I lost faith In everything. Bo,
my wondorful restoration to health
linn boon ono of tho greatest sur
prise of my llfo. '
, "I began to fnol nn Improvement
on finishing my second bottlo of Ton
lnc, nnd now nfter taking nix bottle
I nm like, n now woman, I hnvo n
splendid uppctlto, cut three licnrty
infills n dny, enjoy thorn thorough
ly nnd nm never troubled In tho
least with Imllgostlon or any other
dlsngrooablo nfter effect.
"Ilcforo tnklnK Tnnlnc most every
thing Ijnto caused my stomach to re
bel and 1 would suffer for hour
oflcrword. I waa so dreadfully
nervous that mnny night I novcr
closed my eye In sleep, but now I
am not tho leajit nervous, and I sleep
llko n child. My strength ha been
wonderfully Increased, and I havo
much more energy.
'I Just wish It was so everybody
troubled llko I was knew about this
Tnnlac I sold In Klamath Fall
by Htar Drug Co., In Lorclla by James
Merc. Co. nnd In Merrill by South-
cm Oregon Drug Co. Adv.
WANTi:o TO HUY J to C room
hoiiso. Can mnko mnll cash pny
ment nnd pny bnlnnco llko rent. Ad
dross Vox 422, Klamath Falls.
WANTED k)dd Jobs by tho hour, by
ronnoio man. I'lione 14G-W. 18-31
Lot us toll you nnout batteries
freezing In cold weather. Link Illvor
Ilnttery Htntlon. 18-31
KODAK FINISHING AT Btlnson'a
Photo Studio, 1311 Main St. Ctf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
LOOSE HAY "FOR SALE Oat hay,'
wheat hny nnd benrdles ryo liny,
1C por ton. I'coplo'a Wnrchouso.
PHONB PEYTON for wood S3E
CITY OARDAOE When you want
garbaco removed call 10F-23.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SAKE Modern four room
bungalow. Improved homo, lawn,
parkrow, shado trees, roso bushes.
current and gooseberry bushes, lareo
garden and garage. I'hone 269-J.
Kqully .No. mat
IN THE rilUa'IT CX)t'ItT OF TIIK
HTATK OF OREGON, FOR KM
FOIt SALE Ford tourlnr car In
good condition. Very cheap for
cash. Sco Chllcoto & Smith, 633 Main
FOIt SALE Horron-TnAcrcd strnln
of white Leghorn cock, one year
old. Fine, vigorous birds, 3.fio
each. II a by chick same ntraln, VI G
per 100. Hatching eggs $1.25 for 1G,
$7.50 per 100. Season February to
Juno Inclusive. Our stock I brod
for utility nnd Is very, choice Our
records aro proof of the monnr nrn.
duclng (junllty of our stock. Sent by
oxprcs. Safo dollverr guaranteml.
MAYWOOD I'OULTIIY FARM,
30-4 W. II. Harris, Mgr.
TIMIIBR RELINQUISHMENT 160
acre 4 '4 mlle.i from Hlldebrand.
Running saw mill one-half mllo on
oast, another two miles on west. Tim
ber sold at $4 per m to these mllla
last year. Prlco for flvo day $S00.
mono 23Z-J or i O. Uox 144. K. F.
1U KENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Warm sleeping room.
i'rivnte family. 1164 Pine. 29-2
Effective with the
publication of this an
Batteries will be sold on
a new and materially
lower price level.
The same Willard
quality backed by the
same authorized Wil
Link River Batttery
Seventh and Klamath
O L. Holbrook, Plaintiff, v. Fan
nlo A. Paddock and J. E. Paddock,
her husband: Hen W. Olcott, Govei
nor: Sam A Kozer, Secretary of
State; and O. P. Hoff, Stato Treas
urer; constituting tho Stato Land
Hoard of tho Stato of Oregon, First
State & Saving Hank, a corporation;
B. Mocham and W. If. Linn, Defend
ant, To Fannie A. Paddock and J. E.
Paddock, hor husband; Hen W. Ol
cott, Governor; Sam A. Koxcr, Sec
retary of State; and O. P. Iloff,
Stato Treasurer; constituting the
Stato Land Hoard of the State of
Oregon, First Stato & Savings Hank,
a corporation, B. Mccham and W. 11.
Linn, tho above named defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE 8TATB OF
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
on or before tho 4th day of Febru
ary, 1921, that being the last day
of tho tlmo prescribed In tho order of
publication ot summons herein; and
If you fall so to appear, plead,
answor, demur, or otherwise move
herein, -'Vfthln said time, for want
thereof, plaintiff will apply for tho
relief prayed for In hi complaint
heroin, a follows, to-wlt:
That ho bo given Judgment and de
cree aealnst the defendants and ench
(nnd nil ot them for tho foreclosure)
of the mortgago mentioned In the,
'complaint In thl cause, and recorded I
In book 14, Itecord of Mortgages I
-of Klnmath County, Oregon, nt pngoj
lf.84 thereof, which snld mortgngo
was given by tho defendants, Fannie;
a i-nuuocK nnu j r., rnuuocK 10 sc-
leuro tho payment of two nromlssorr
notes, dated December 1st, 1913, ono
In tho nmount of $1SOO nnd tho oth-l
cr In tho nmount ot $1884.00, nnd
duo December 1st, 19J4 and Decip
her 1st, 191G, respectively, nnd bear
ing i'e Interest per annum from
dato. That ho recover of nnd from tho
defendants tho sum of $1385.08. to
gothor with Interest thereon from
October 13, 1920. nt tho rate of 8
per nnnum: for tho sum ot $150, as
attomey'a feos herein, together with
plaintiff's costs nnd disbursements
nnd accruing costs. That the Hens
claimed by tho defendants nnd ench
of them upon said mortgaged prem
ises bo declared subsequent In time
and Inferior In right to tho mortgage
of tho plaintiff, excent the Hen of
tho Stato Lnnd Hoard ot tho Stnto
of Oregon, which Is hereby conceded
to Io superior thereto; that the Hen
of plaintiff's said mortgago bo de
clared a first, prior and superior Hen
to all other Hens ngnlnst said proper
ty, oxcopt snld 8tnto Land Board's
mortgago. That tho usunl decree of
salo bo made by the Court for tho
salo of said mortgaged premises, ex
cept the personal -property mention
ed In snld mortgage. That said sale
bo made by tho sheriff of Klamath
County, according to law. That the.
proceeds ot said sale bo applied,
first, toward tho payment of the
costs nnd expenses ot this suit nnd
ot said salo,
Socond, In the payment of tho
plaintiff Judgment and decree here
in, Including said attorney's fees;
Third, In the payment of whatever
legal Hens may exist against the
said property, ns shown by the plead
ings and proofs In this cause; and
that all persons claiming said lands
by Hen or proceedings subsequent to
the oxecutlon of plaintiff's said
mortgage bo barred and foreclosed ot
all right claim or equity of redemp
tion In and to said premises; and
that plaintiff havo auch other and
turthor rollef as to equity may ap
pertain. This summons Is served upon tho
said dofendnnts by tho publication
thereof In The JCvenlng Herald, a
nowapaper published of genornl cir
culation In Klamath County nnd tho
Stato ot Oregon once n week for six
successlvo weeks. Tho first publica
tion thoroof, being mado Decombor
24, 1920; and tho last publication
Fobrunry 4. 1921; by order of tho
Honorablo D. V. Kuykendall, Judge,
ot tho nbovo entitled Court, which
said ordor was mndo, eutored nnd
fllod In tho said court nnd cnuso, De
combor 23, 1920.
J. II. UAll.N'AllAN.
' Attorney for Plaintiff.
D 24-31 -1 7-14-21V28 F 4
FOR nENT Now unfurnished apart
ments, close in.
J. T. WARD & CO.
834 Main St. 27-3
Seventy tons of alfalfa hay. Horse
wintered, $3 on straw; $7 on bay.
all they can eat. Jay Falrclo, Mer
rill road 23-10
Dance Now Year's eve at Scandi
navian hall. Everyone Invited. 30-31
New Ilvorl. Karl KlK-plwnU. aO-3
FOR SALE 200 tons of alfalfa hay.
with a feed lot on Merrill high
way, nine mile from Klamath Fall,
Call nt C28 Oak street, St. Francis
Apt. Apartment No. 11 28-4
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Fox tcrrltcr pup nearly
grown. Black and white. Moitly
black, black band around neck,
black faco, with yellow splashes on
Jaws, tall three Inches long, black, no)
collar. Five dollar reward. Call 170-J
LOST Ono large Holsteln cow
branded O on left hip; also a year;
ling steer with same brand. Francis
Hannon, City. 24tt
When storage batteries freeze, It
means a new battery. Well tell you
bow to avoid snch m catastrophy.
Link River Battery Station. 18-31
New Record. Knrl Hlvrplierd. .10-3
Wishes its patrons and friends a Happy
and Prosperous New Year.
A. VON KRALINGEN, Mgr.
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j"uu'siiistr i---,-,i-1 -" - j. j., rrJVViyvvv'unjVVVVXfAXnjfuVU
Illg Lobby. First Class Furni
ture. StcaM Heat la every
room, with Orcrbcad, Dan
nam System. "No radiator
cracking at any time."
Hot and Cold Water In each room. All outside rooms
If you want comfort, try the Arcade.
A few more rooms with winter rates.
If the Wood Dealer
That aounda odd
We do aot sell current: we sell service.
Well, suppose tho wood dealer sold service Instead of wood, be
would tend to your furnace and, your range, take away the ashea
and clean the flaoa. You would buy so much heat.
Now you buy ao much light, although yon pay. according to the
current you consume. But the service Is perfbrmed for you by thU
company at the substations and power plants.
That U what we want to give yon efficient service. It la the
aim of UU company to havo none but satisfied customers. No
matter what it la. If you have a grievance, or are dissatisfied about
your bill or do not understand our rates, please come In and see
ns or write us about It.
If you have any suggestions to make, we will gladly avail our
selves ot them aa our aim Is constantly to Improve our service to
you aa fast aa the development of science and human ability permit,
California-Oregon Power '
CARLOAD OF GRIT, OYSTER SHELL and CHAR
COAL TO ARRIVE ABOUT DECEMBER 28th
Murphey's Seed & Feed Store j 2S5 It7