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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Sanitary couch ami pail,
drops down on both sides. Inqulro
at Club Cafe 3-4
FOR 8ALB IE Rock pullets, one
rooster. J. C. Cleghorn 133 South
FOR SALE Dry limb 16 In. wood.
$12 per load. Sco Al Crystal or
phone West End Grocery. 1-5
FOR SALE Ono carload of two and
throo'year old feeder steers. P.
O. Box 214. 2S-S
WANTED Experienced hand Ironor
two days oach week. S3 50 per day.
S hours. French Hand Laundry, 123
N. 4 th St. 3-7
WANTED Dy young man position
as clork. time keeper or slmplo
bookkeeping Havo had banking ox-
perlenco References Inqulro Her
aid office 1-8
WANTED Fox terrier or Alrdale
.pup, Jim Johnston, Langell valley,
FOR SALE Bargain In Dodge Road
ster priced at 650 for Immediate
sale Dunhan Auto Co. 23-4
- rELICAN BAY BOS
Fan 25c each way
Larea Rex Care Leaves Pelican City
7:45 a. va. 8:00 a. m.
12:45 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
5:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m.
Iteckard Kent Serrlca
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A pearl rosiry Owner
may have samo by calling Mrs.
Jolly, 123 8 th St. 3-4
LOST Gold watch L. O. W. cngrav
cd on caso. Liberal reward. Return
. to Herald office. 1-7
List your houses and npartments
that ybu wish to rent with us. 123
" 8th St. Klamath Exchange 31-28
LOST An'opportunlty to savo mon
ey If you don't hare your old ones
1-5 BradlcyErans Shoo Co.
WANTED Furnished or unfurnish
ed houro or apartment. Garago If
posslblo.M'hono 53 1W. 31-5
WANTED Furnished houso or
apartment, with garago It possible
Family of three. Phono 351-W
WANTED Housokeoper. three in
family. Good wages. Phono 96 or
call 415 Washington street. 27-7
WANTED Offlco desk; new or sec
ond hand but price must be right.
P. O. Box 13. 25-tf
FOR SALE Real Estate
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Lot us make you a prlc.on dig
glng that basoment, or other ex
cavatlng you contomplato. Wo also
do toam work of erery description
PA1U1SO HOT KPIUMlrt
Tlie CatUIm! of Amcrlrn"
A euro for stomach troubles and
rheumatism. 1(5 mllos south of
Hail Francliro Hpcclnl railroad rain
from Klamath Fntls
of the mortgago mentioned In the
r- r..,r . r.. TTT Icomplalnt In this eauso, and recorded
FOR SALE OR RENT 160 acroln book 14, necord!l of Mortgages
farm near Upper Poo ralloy. PArtjof Klamnth County. Oregon, at page
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Inqulro Sam King 1 mile south of
6th St. Midland Road. 20-4
CITY GARBAGE When you want
garbage removed call 10F-23.
TO RENT OR LEASE
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping
room with heat 634 N. 8th St
FOR RENT One 3-room furnished
apt. Lee Apts. 3-4
FOR RENT Ono two room apart
ment, ono single rodm apartment,
and 3 furnished bedrooms. Lights,
telephone, hot and cold -water and
bath. 812 Oak St. Phono 283. 3-5
FOR RENT Two unfurnished house
keeping rooms with bath. 332 Can
by 8t. Phone 477W. 2-5
FOR SAX.E OR RENT 160 acre
farm near Upper Poo Valley school,
part under1. Irrigation Inqulro Sam
King, 1 mile south of 6th St. Mid
land road Reasonable terms. 1-7
Wo sew the rips In our boys' shoes
free of charge.
1-5 Bradloy-Erans Shoo Co.
684 thereof, which said mortgago
was given by tho defendants, Fannlo
A. Paddock and J. E. Paddock to en
curo tho paymont of two promissory
notes, dated December 1st. 1913, one
In tho amount of $1500 and tho oth
er In tho amount of $1881.00, and
duo December 1st. 1914 and Decem
ber 1st. 1915. respectively, and bear
ing 8 interest per annum- from
dato. That ho recover of and from tho
defendants tho sum of $1385.68, to
gether with Interest thereon from
October 13, 1920, at tho rate of 8
per annum! for the sum of $160, as
PIIONE PETTON for wood 536 attorney's fees herein, together with
wwMwMwvwwvMMwwwi ,piainiiii s cosis and uisuursemonis
and accruing costs. That the liens
claimed by tho defendants and each
of them upon said mortgaged prem
ises bo declared subsequent In tlmo
and Inferior In right to the mortgago
of tho plaintiff, oxcept tho Hon of
BOOKKEEPING Classes starting at
once. I havo room for a few more
who would llko a good practical
training. Night classes only. P. O.
Box 13. 25-tf
Dr. E. G. WUecanrer
I'HOMR as I
Dr. P. M. Nol
ftcTfatii Mla mud
Dr. Lois C Bridges
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m.
Ill 5th St., Suite 105
Over First Stat A Savings Bank
NOTICE OF BAti; TWO STRAY
MARES AND COLT
The undersigned will sell at pub
He auction at the oostofflce at Wor
den, Klamath County, Oregon. Will (the State Land Board of tho Stato
sen to Highest bidder for cash. Sale or Oregon, wnich is horeuy conceded
Feb. 12, at 1:30 p. m., to pay for to bo superior thereto; that tho Urn
feed, posting, advertising, selling and
Justlco fees for docket. Ono black
mare, whlto strip In faco, branded
heart cm left sholder, age about 4
years, weight abeut 1050 pounds,
with colt about 3 months old, color
Ono bay maro, whlto atrip on faco,
branded heart on .loft sholder, ago
abont 4 years old, weight about 1100
B. H. HOGBVOLL
27-10 Worden, Oro,
lijulty No. 1231
pX-SERVJCE 'MEN, ATTENTION! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.OF THE
Klamath P,t N .1 hTA ' OREGON, FOR KM.
L -.' ,.,:. "."' MAT1I COUNTY
Klamath Post No. 8,
American Legion meets
at the City Hall on the
first and third Tuosdays
of yach month.
Ex-service men are Jnvited to at
tend the meetings.
For membership cards or informa
tion ex-service men are requested to
aee or write the" following efficers:
J. II. Carnaban, Commander.
Roy N. .Fouch, Post Adjutant.
For rollef of employment see or
wrlto the Chairman of Tho Rollef and
Employment Committee, Francis
Olds, caro Lakeside Lumber com
NEW CITY IAUNDRY
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
G. L. Hdlbrook. Plaintiff, rs. Pun
nle A. Paddock and J. E. Paddock,
ner nusnana; Hen w. Olcott, Gover
nor; Sam A. Koror, Becrotary of
State; and O. P. Hoff, Stato Trcas
uror; constituting tho State Land
Board of the Stato of Orecon. Klr.t
Stato & Savings Bank, a corporation;
B. Mecham. and W. H. Linn, Dofond
ants, To Fannlo A. Paddock and J. K.
Paddock, her husband; Hon W. Ol
cott, Govornor; Sam A. Koror, Sec
retary of' State: and O. P. Ifnff.
State Treasuror; constituting tho
Stato. Land Board of tho Stato of
Oregon, First Stato & Savings Bank.
a corporation, B. Mecham and W. II.
Linn, tho above nsmed defendants.
of plaintiff's said mortgago be do
clarcd a first, prior and superior Hen
to all other Hens ngalnst said proper
ty, excopt said Stato Land Board's
mortgage. That the usual decree of
sale bo made by tho Court for tho
salo of said mortgaged promises, ex
cept tho personal property mntlon-
cd in said mortgago. That said sale
bo made by tho shorlff of Klamath
County, according to law. That tho
proceods of said salo bo applied,
first, toward tho payment of tho
costs nnd expensos of this suit 'and
of said salo.
Second, In tho payment of tho
plaintiff's judgment and docreo hero
in, Including said attorney's fees;
Third. In tho payment of whatover
legal Hens may exist against tho
said property, as shown by tho nlead-
Ings and proofs In this can so; and
that nil porsons claiming said lands
by Hen or proceedings subsequent to
tho execution of plaintiff's said
mortgage be barrod and foreclosed of
all right claim or equity of redemp
tion In nnd to said premlsrs; and
that plaintiff havo such other nnd
further relief as to equity may ap
This summons Is sorved unon tho
said defendants by tho publication
tliorcof In Tho Even ng Herald, n
nowspnpor published of general cir
culation In Klamath County And tho
Stato of Oregon onco a week for six
successlvo wcoks. Tho first publica
tion thernor, being mado December
24, 1920; and tho last publication
Fobruary 4, 1921: by order of tho
Hnnnmhln TV V. If nvtrnmlnll Tiwliyn
Jof tho nbovo entitled Court, which
sum orunr was mauo, enioreu ana
Dr. Maad Ingrnoll IUwIey
First NaUonsl Bank Building
Entrant, Room I
Let Ua Do Your
A nuiiibur of dullness hnuaa am
AVlug thn time of thnlr lookkrnpr
and Individual collectors by lotting;
us collect tbelr monthly Mils It !
the rnodnrn method. It cuts down
your overhead. Get your bills r'!r
ind we will do the rit
MRS. T. H. JOLLY
123 Eighth St.
"' WliUi-f mid HTJi
l.yr i.iMiiunrti (JImm rKMI
H. J. WINTERS
Jrwrlrr ami OpilrUa
J. (1. ('LEGHORN
CIVIL KNOINKHR AND
133 U. Rlverild
and many other good things:
Open days, Tuesday and Friday
Cor 6th and Klamath
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Meets Friday nlghr of etch week at
I. O. O. F. hill, 5th and Main streets
II. H. Oglo . .. . ..
Clias. Newman ....,. ....
O. B. Manguo .... ..
W. D. Cofer
J. II. Houston .,
H. -V. Brown ........ ....
U. J. Mayor ...
Fred Bueslng .......... .
... -N. O.
DR. L. L. GASS
Eye, Ear, Nose arid
Warren Hunt Hospital
Fourth and Pine Streets
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Ynn ho-nt.., ...i . . I filed in tho said court nnd causo, Do-
ou aro hereby required to appear .comber 23. 1920.
and answer tho
against you In thji abovo ontltlod suit
on or boforo tho 4 th day of Fobru
ary, 1921, that bolng ho last day
of the tlmo proscribed in tho order of
publication of summons heroin; nnd
If you fall so to annoar. nlnail.
answer, demur, or otherwise movo
herein, within said time, for want
thereof, plaintiff will apply for tho
leiini prayea ior in tils complaint
heroin, as follows, to-wit:
That ho bo given ludirmont nnd dn.
croo against tho defendants nnd oach
and all of them for tho foreclosure
comber 23, 1920.
J. H. CARNAHAN,
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
D 24-31J 7-14-21-28 F 4
"LET GEORGE DO IT"
I( your watch noeds repairing
bring it to Geo. L. Mots, 622 Main
LoomU llldg., Klamath rails
DR. a A. MASSEY
Fourth said 11m ,
to Warren Hunt llcntfui
Off. Phone 417 R I'hotsiri
DR. T. C CAMPBELL
PHYHICIAN A N HURflGOf
I. o. o. r. naiidia
Rtitdtnce -Whlu Ptllcts rtrttf
lUsldsnc Phaa I.
DR. L. L, TRUAX
WAItllKN HUNT IIOtriTU
Itay ItMWo, 4B7 Night ItxK
sassM - . -r J.--nrir jLrtnj-u.J.L.L
DR. O. A. HAMIIO
L O. O. F. IloikJtea
Let Your GLASS troubles
C a STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
naw mill i:n(h.m:iuuso i
Pralffiirra and l-ull.lr U swil
rrn mr nillU, plsnlog wtUt i
but plaala. Drrdglng. I'll dHiHl
Of flra Onrnrr Hprlpa aa4 Ott
rr H. r. Jfc-poi
Office Pbone 177W IUi 11TB
Dr. H. D. LloydStewrt
ItiystrUn and Hnrgw
Klamath Kails OfH I
Instructions In Piano Playing by
Expert of-Many Years'
AV - Helms Apts,
Wo ropair your shooa and mnko
them look llko now, Thoy will foe!
better than whon now,
1-5 Bradloy-Bvans Shoo Co.
Having bought the
moving outfit of True &
failing, we are now
prepared to move
houses or other heaw
Washburn & Houston
G. E. WASHBURN
Construction Work of any kind,
No Job too largo or too small.
Rstlmalcs furnlsbod fruo of
DR F. R. GODDARD
OHtcoputhlc Physician and
Office nnd Residence
I. O. 0. P. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHVHICIAN AND HUIWIOJ
Rooms I 'I
hpi:ciai.iht i.v immrncr!
Dr. Geo. E. Mallctt
Offlco over UndcrMood,
ROBERT S. FRY
General Insurnncr, IiiirstmentN
12.1 N. H, Street. T. lnn.w
ItLAMA'lH I'ALLH, ORKGON
Klamath Dye Works
mm (.fviuivn imrJWI.HO
ItKPAIIUNO WILL MARK X0C
LOOK LIKE NEW
Good Oiled for and
481 Mala HtrMt Klsm
Klamath FalU Cycler M
Wo aro horo to "" V',i,S8
aim to servo you right. JM
nnd Illcyclos. Porlsand A"
Tiros and Tubes, that "l"'(M
your Inspoctlon, ns w"'1! U kfl
best In our line. Rnpf'f M
.... nnn .uitii llarlei'V" ssl
I'hono Sia. . mm
inin &r.in u
O. H. IIIHMAHK
Blatchf ord's Calf Meal Murphey's Seed Store
124 So. Sixth Sfl