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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Office Cat
A himy uny In Henry Hurt'
Ho'h nhvnys picking up tlio Rlrl.
Hut ilon't think ho's n sportlnK Rink
Ho Junt works nt tho skntlnR rink.
It. T. Cox says the man with the
Aleut! mind ran mnko It up the
MIm Take: "Your husband has
iiuch a lofty, rommandlnR way! Was
ho over an officer In tho army, n
Judge, or head soiln clerk?"
Mr. Hap: "NV ho used to be thn
Ftnmp clerk In a druR store."
HUMMONtf I'OU. l'l'JlMCATIO.V
IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF THU
STATE OK ORKUON IN AND
FOR KLAMATH COUNTY
Mnfcplo Webber, Plaintiff Mat
llnyiios, and unknown heirs of
Mat Hnynes, If ho lie deceased;
Klliabeth Haynes, J. R. 0. Haynes
and Haynes, his wife; l', 11.
Hayni-s and Klltabolh Haynes, his
wife; Sarah J, Jay nnd Ksra Jay,
her husband, draco Griffith and
Stephen (Irltflth, her husband: A.
(', I), llusrey and 11. ( lluiucy,
her husband, hamilo 1'urdy and
Wultcr J'urJy. her husband. Mary
If. Hoy so and Arthur ltoyse. her
husband, and all unknown hi' Irs rf
the abovo niumxl parties. It any
of them ho deceased; Robert Cas
ey and Susie K. Casey, his wife;
nliil .ilan ll (ttttAt itAMiMi tuia,
known claiming any rlpht, title, i
Interest. Men or estate In and to
the real property described In tho
complaint herein, IMendants.
To Mat Haynes, and unknown heirs j
or Jini nuynes, it no ue ueceascu,
Klliabeth Haynes; J. R. O.
Haynes and Haynes, his
wife; T, II. Haynes and Klliabeth
llnyncs, his wife; Sarah J. Jay
and Kira Jay, her husband; Grace
Griffith and Stephen Orifflth. her
husband; A. C, U. ltussey and II.
(I. llusiry, her husband, Kannle
I'urdy and Waller I'urdy, her hus
band: Mary 11. Roysc and Arthur
Royse, her husband, nnd all un
known heirs of tho above named
parties. If any of them bo deceas
ed; Robert Casey and Susie K,
WANTKD- l.ady lo sharo my apart
ment. Call 4 DO J 2S-1
Where can I Ret slrlrtly fresh
eggsJ At the Premium Dairy. To
our milk customers wo will deliver.
Phono V.'OJ. 2S-t
KOR HKNT i IlKht housekeeping
rooms. G27 Klamath Axe. Phonu
KOR 8AI.K - Modern seven room
hoii!v furnished, extra larpo lot,
well Improved, beautiful trees, close
to school anil business center. The
property can bo seen at 343 North
3th street. Mrs. Hurt Marsh. 2S-12
Champion blacksmith blower, I
Sharpies separator, Nil. fi, 17 .Vital
Ion milk eaos, 1 milk cooler, strain
er and bnrkets, Oilier small tools
too numerous, to mention, l'reo
lunch at noon. S.ilo. starts at 10
o'clock sharp. Tonus. All sums un
der J'Jrt cash. All sums over $20,
ten mouths lime, S per cent, approv
ed security. " per cent off tor cash.
Guy Merrill, auctioneer. V. A Koe
iIk. owner. 3S-1
NOTICi: OK NAM-'
The Rarl Shepherd Company hat
Just recehed u Inrgo and lotiK de
layed shipment of player pianos and
are highly gratified at their ability
now to fill their customers Christ
mas orders. 1 lit
Notlro Is hereby given that on to
comber t!, I'.t32, at 300 o'clock
P M., nt Kastwnod Ranch, about 10
miles Southeast of Klamath Kails,
Oregon, I will sell at public auction
to highest bidder for cash I dark
red cow, hinuded 1) on left side, and
l red and white npotle.il row, to satis
fy a certain feed Hen against said
eattlo In favor of Mary K, Uastwood
and against olio Jacobsou, loputod
owner of said cattle, In tho sum of
f3 00. together with costs and ac
I,. I.. LOW.
Shvrlff of Klamath County, Oregon.
Ily III'KT K. HAVVKINH.
WANTBll To buy modern furnish
ed or unfurnished house, close In.
Or good building lot on pavement
Address postofttco box tloti. 2S-I
I Call nt Iho Hot
Advertising pays. Try It and too. j House.
Preparing: 7i Place
A certain Ashland minister who
had been asked by his congregation
to turn In his resignation selected as
his text for his farewell sermon, the
"I go to prepare a place for yon,
Hint wliera I am there ye may be al
so." A stranger noting the disapproval
with which the text was received by
members of tho congregation, turned
nn Inquiring eye en tho man sitting
hesldo him. Ho received back this
answer, delivered In a hoarse whis
per: "He's going to be the chaplain at
thn state penitentiary."
J. II. Kllno suggests a new Ameri
"Dumper to bumper nnd hub to
hub; the cars arc so thick that their
"Tho only working members of
Judo Johnson's family, notos C, E.
Hoyt, are Mrs. Johnson and Judo's
JC'o tho Plodder says a follow
ran't push himself forward much by
pattln' himself on the back.
Ablo Dohen Say, I know a very
rich girl who wants to get married.
Run home, take n good bath, brush
yourself up and you can vln her.
Slin'Il marry you In a Jiffy.
Jnkcy niume (thinking hard)
Yc-es. Rut suppose after I clean
myself up and sho von't marry me,
R. A, Moon says making
saves making good excuses.
Two pals, and truo pals,
Loving chums together;
Two loves, nnd true loves
In any kind of weather
For my lovo Is your lovo,
And your lovo Is mine
And young love Is wild love
When loving hearts entwlno.
Two loves, and truo loves.
Always and forever,
Dear hearts, and sweethearts,
Which tlmo will never sever;
Kor my heart Is your heart,
And your heart Is mine
And both hearts aro glad hearts,
With Joy of love divine.
right, title. Interest, lien or oh
tate In and to the real property de
scribed In the complaint herein,
IN TUB .KAMI-: OK TUB STATK
OK OREGON': You are hereby re
quired to appear In the above entit
led court and cause and there answer
tho complaint of tho plaintiff on file
therein against you within ten days
from tho 'date of the service of this
Summons upon you It served in
Klamath County, Oregen: If served
within any other county of the Stale
of Oregon, then within twenty days
frcm the dato of the. service of this
Summons upon you; or It served by
publication or out of the State of
Oregon after an order of publica
tion, thon on or beforo the last day
prescribed In said order for the pub
lication of said summons.
And you and each of you will
hereby take notice that If you fall
so to appear and answer fcr want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to
tho above entitled court for the ro
ller demanded In the Complaint, a
succinct statement of which Is as
follews: For a decree of the Court
declaring plaintiff to be the owner
In feo simple of the herelnafjer de
scribed real, property, and none of
tho above named defendants have
any claim, right, title or interest
whatsoever In or to tho following de
scribed premises, situated In Klam
ath county. State of Oregon, to-wlt:
Tho West one-half ( 4 ) of the
Southwest quarter of Section 33;
and the East one-half ( ) and
thn Southwest quarter of the
Southeast quarter of Section 32;
Township 39 South Range 11 Vt
East of the Wlllamctto Meridian.
Containing 200 acres. Kxcoptlng
therefrom tho canal right of way.,
CAR STORAGK- $4
ROOM KOR nbout IX cars moro
dead storage. $3.50 per month
People's Whse, 6th St. 2S-2
KOR RKNT Furnished room with
private family, use of phone nnd
bath. Near high school 3 blocks
from Main street. Gentloman only
Phono 143R. 2S-2
Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner with
nil the trimmings at Home Restaur
Casey hi. wUeTVnd o ail Sh.7 & "g. fc.M r ft
WANTED Office, or clerical work
by girl. Address A. It. Cnro of
Herald or phone 229J. 2S-2D
KOR SALE dlurroughs adding ma
chine. Can bo seen nt Chllcoto &
a.xtkh competent young wo
man wishes position In storo or
similar work. Inquire Herald.
IX)ST On Green spring's road, one
suit case nauio II. S. Murray
Retura City Transfer. 2S-29
WANTED One good secend hand
wagon. 3U. Inqulr,. Dunlap &
Van Riper, Klamath Tails, Route
one. IS. 29
WANTED Table boarders by day.
week rr month, meals 30c. new
management, C10 Pine St Chas,
Made from Selected Cream
7th and Klamath.
I will sell at public auction at tho
W. A. Kocnlg ranch, 4 Vi miles south
of Klamath Kails, on thn Midland
road, on Saturday, Dec. 2, the fol
lowing described preperty: 2T good
grade milch cows, 1 registered Hot.
stein cow, 1 registered Holstcln heif
er, 4 crude holfors. 2 years old; 14
grade heifers, 1 eur old; 9 calves, j
5 milK calves, I grade, Holsteln bull,
coming 3 yrs.. Saddle horse 8 yr.
old, weight 1100, maro 7 yaars old,
weight 1450; mare 10 yean old.
weight HBO; maro 8 years old.
weight 1700 (Gcod team for logging
purposes.); horse 5 years old, weight
13S0; Kllley 2'.S years old. weight
That the defendants and each of, 1400; old mare, weight 1650, mare
9 Yours nlil. wi cht 12..0: II or l'n.
II. L. Swift says being ' shaved
Isn't unpleasant unless tho barber
discusses the state of his nerves
while trimming your Adam's apple.
Robertson's Chicken Tamales,
wholesale and retail. 1113 Main St.
them, and any other person or per
sons claiming, by, through, or under
them, or cither of any of them, be
fcrever barred and enjoined from as
serting any claim whatsoever to
said premises or any part thereof
adverse to this plaintiff, and forever
quieting said title In the plaintiff
and for such other relief as the
court may deem proper. This sum
mons Is published In the Klamath
Herald, a newspaper published at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, pursuant to
an Order of Hon. A. L. Leavitt,
Judge of said Court, made on the
24th day of November. 1922.
The date of first publication being
on the 28th day of November, 1922
and the dato of the last publication
being on tho 9th day of January,
NEWTON W. BORDEN,
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
Address: 107 Kant Main
street. Medford, Oregon.
.V 28 D 18.104.22.168C J 2.9
land China sow, 14 mo old. 2 reg.
Joar pigs. 3 mo. old; 2 reg. suw pigs,
3 mo. old; 4 sets harness, 1 saddle
and bridle. 1 Iron-wheel wagon with
hayrack: 1 hay derrick, complete.
I 6-ft. Jackson hay fork, I Kentucky
drill, 1 2-bottom gang plow, 1 walk
ing plow, 1 3-sec peg-tooth harrow.
1 double disc harrow, 1 McCormlck
mower, 1 McCormlck hay rake, 1
should, have your attention.
Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Our fuel is. the best our
prices are right on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tama,
Your business is solicited.
0. Peyton & Co.
NOTICK OF SIIEIUFK'K HALE
,I3y virtue, of an execution and or
dor of sale duly Issued by tho clerk
of the circuit court of the County of
Klamath, State of Oregon, dated tho
25th day of November 1922, In a
certain action In the circuit court for
said county and stato, whoreln A. C.
(Hunger as plaintiff recovered Judg
ment against David C, Skeen for the
sura of five hundred dollars togeth
er with Intorest thoreon at tho rate
of eight per cent per annum from
July 2, 1921 and tho further sum of
sQventy-flva dollars as attorney's
foes and tho further sum of seven
teen dollars costs and disburse
ments, on tho 19th day of Septem
Notice is hereby given that I will
on the 28th day of December 1922
at the front door of the old court
house in Klamath Falls In said coun
ty, at two o'clock In tho afternoon
of said day, sell at publc auction to
the highest bidder, for cash, the
following descrlbod property, to-wlt:
The southeast quarter and the
northwest quarter of Section thirty
six and tho northeast quarter of Bcc
tlon fourteen In Township thirty
five south of Range nine and tho
southeast quartor of Section thirty
ono In Township Iblrty-ilvo south of
Range ten, all east of tho wauametio
Murldlan In Klamath County, Ore
Taken and lovied upon as fiio
oronurtv of the said David' C. Skcon,
or as much thereof as may he neces
sary to satisfy tho said Judgment In
favor of A. C. lilenger against saiu
David C. Skeen with intorest thoro
on, together with all costs ond dis
bursements that have or may accrue
Dated at Klamath Falls, Orogon.
November 28th. 1922.
L. L. LOW. Sheriff.
Ily DURT E. HAWKINS,
N 28 D B.12.18.26 .
The ilellcalo fluxor, vtho memory llngrrW vtlifii you true mir '
tcr I'lt-irlo, tictler llrrnil nml Hull-.
For your 'FHA.KS(1IVI.V; KIN.VKIt ue v.111 Imvn Fiult Cuke,
Minn Ples Sunli Pie, Wlilpxil Cream fiike, Mmlin C.tle, Mdy
I-'Iiibvik, Miicnroons ami iii.iny mliei- giHwilr. 0ler Pottle hrll
unit I It unit ti Cu-i- or i'le.iin ( liti ka-ii Cup iiutile lo order. I'lmiir'
ll'l-W for reritNtloiiM.
Sixth St. Bakery
Chas. H. Landis.
For Goodness Sake Eat
The Home of Better Bread and Better Pastry.
t..win u . ji.i
,;w",,, . t
m V $$-
Ltoosrr ft Mycin Todacco Co.
Wednesday Night, Nov. 29
Joe Swindler vs. Lewis Espen
Jack Harman vs. Lorence Daw
KidBrowne (colored) vs. Jinimie Moore
CURTAIN RAISER .
4 Rounds i ' .'
Kid Biehn vs. Toughy Anderson
Reserved Ring Side $3.30 ,
Reserved Ring Seats 2.20 .
General Admission 1.65
11 ' mil -i i an l . ,
DOORS OPEN 8 O'CLOCK, BOXING 9 O'CLOCK
Don't fail to rend the Herald Classified Ads.
I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidders without re
serve and regard less of price
Two carloads of high-grade Dairy Cows from the Willamette Valley
At the O. K. Feed 4StabIes, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Thursday, December 7, 1922
Sale starts 11 A. M. rain or shine
This herd of cows consists of about 30 head of high-grade Holsteins
that are just fresh with calves at sid e or coming fresh soon. These are very
heavy producers. Also several extra fine heifers coming fresh.
Two registered Holstein bulls 3 years old that are first class. One large
registered Holstein cow coming fresh.
Balance of this bunch of cows are Jcrsoya and milking strain Durhams
that are fresh with calves by side. .Heavy -springers with butterfat tests from
4.2 to 6.4. Every cow tuberculin tested. n iSHJiUi
Also several fine heifers coming fresh. If you are looking for a real cow
or a bunch of cows that will produce, come to this sale.
Terms Cash or Bankable Paper
Don't Forg et The Date 4 t L
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922
J. K. GREER, Auctioner
CHAS. TAYLOR, Owner
Try tho Hot Springs Rath House.
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