The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 21, 1925, Page 7, Image 7

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    Saturday, November 21, 14)25
EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Page Seven
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HERALD'S
Mrs. Willard Johnson
Teacher of Piano
On Hour "ii .i week and
privilege u( cluan work lu
composition, history of mu
lo, ar training, etc.
Residence 1000 California
Phone 7 9 0 W
Studio 503 3rd HI. I'b SI I M
Li. Philip Cole
(inner.1 Practice f Denllatrr
opan ".. mil. b Appointment
PhnDN 568 81 Mlti
Ovar Hof'i $?
J. C CLEGHORN
CIVIL INOINKBR
AMI SURVEYOR
Phono 20M III High St.
American LegiOD
Klamath Poit No
Moating and 8rd
Tuesdays Court Hsa
Basement
' a OLDS, Coo'dr
Phone II-W
B. P. 0. ELKS Meet
Thnraday .reulng Vlalt
lag member wloom
fllkt Tomple, Srd Main
Oharllon Currln, Exalted
Hnler. Tom Delr-11. Sec
K. of G. Council No. 2255
Meetings: 8 P. M.
net and 4th TmmUv
Iri'mim Hull . Kth and
High--Visiting Knight.
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Pattoraon,
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Kodak Work
Leave Your Filttvs
More 9 OclocK-Your
Pictas are
IH ill AMI A la 43
Wv KLAMATH FALLS OREGON ttSi I
V WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE VJM
The Old Game
f f I'll puce This Picture of her V
( FoRMIR SWEETHEART OwTHE MAcjTlE So J
I'VE M6TiCEDTHE
MMt IHWCi AND
MfittiWiTnTfcv - I. MILK bAN DCO H vvncry ihdt hhuw f
ou r a little J from The theatre - we'll wat:h ) .
5CMEME T6 Tfc5T AND SEE WHAT EFFECT IT HA5-
HER LOVE AND RfOD nffSr mm"r
( HU1 vvniLn vvt n, 11 F nUKKV - ncKC A
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
5R. F. R GODDARD
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND BimtiKON
Offlae and Residence Phonn 181
1 10, O F Tnir.pm
DR. J. G GOBLE
OPTOMETRIST OPTICIAN
70$ Main St Phono 569W
Mak and grind r.hf . Dupll
i ruin broken lono, repair frames.
r
Vochatzer Bros
VfKI.I ni::i.i,i-:n
. Phone 226-R
1731 MelroBe
Estimates given on water
system. Price Reasonable
gtgRMANCNT CONtsrrtucTior
iirluittr Llrruiml Mn
(etttrere fo
-The new Concrete Hollow-Wai
Building Brick for Pounda
tlana. Walla. Bulldlnga atr
Aoaoiutel; rira and Wuuihor
Proof at a coat teu than an
uhar form of maaonn
Stone-Ttla oonatrnotlon ellm
Inatea npkeep ezpenae, ta In
4eatruotlbIe and la approved
y the keat architects and
atldert
- tlnetrelled w s base for
Wacrn finish
m us Rwtlmate Your Job
h nrf Market Ptioae iweiw
Cotu-retr Pip Co.
ready at 6
V IL TftgVeW
Baled Straw-Murpheys
CLAHSIFIFO AD RATEH
first Inacrtlon per line tor
Two Insertion per line IS
Three Insertions per Hne 30r
Pour Insertions per Hne JKH
Week (0 time) per line 80c
One Month per line 76V
Minimum marge tie aoi aoi
ironaecutlre are charged a new fal
lowing each omluton.
Flral Insertion It In "Nw Todar"
roluran without eitra charge, bat all
inanrtlona In that column an at tint
insertion rate.
XKW Tdll.W
LOST 7 flv itnllon cronm cans
:i.:.",..cr OOtWMn High and
Main. Notify Hid Kvana. Phone
400M.. 21
Foil BALE) Splendid lot on Cal
Mr. ni'tir Conger: very renson
nhle: from the ownor. Phone nf-
tor six o'clock In the evening.
52GW. 21-28
KOR SALE Two mule police pups,
cheap. 2111 Pelican City road, or
write llox 210 care Herald. 21-21
FOR SALE Furnishings of th'roc
rooms: dishes, utensils, bedding,
etc.: very reasonable; leaving
Monday. S14H High street. t
RAO CARPET and rug weaving. Ad
dress .Mrs. Asa Fordyco, Kirkford.
Ore. 21
MAN WANTED (City or country),
old established company will sup
ply cnplml and start In your own
permanent business selling necessi
ties people must buy every day. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write Mc
Connoh Co., Factory 289, Win
ona, Minn. 21
FOR SALE New four room house,
cheap: terma. See owner at 188
E. Main. 21 -24'
F0I1 SALK192.-. Ford coupe, S00
down, balance monthly payments.
Address Wnltor P. Hnnnou. Algo-'
ma. Oregon. 21 -23
FOR SALE Ford coupe, 1!23; bal
loon tires', big" wheel, motomotor
and other extras. Owp.r going
away. Car In excellent condition.
Phonu 4.00J after 6 p. in. il-ii
FOR SALE 1924 Ford sedan; all
new tires, no extras; motor in ex
cellent condition: must be sold
before Dec. 1. Wrlto P. 0. Box III 4
or phono 708. 21-2 1"
FOR SALE Good apples, cheap.
Ilrlng boxes or Backs. Phone 100.1,
Knlerprlse ranch, beyond Mills
Addition. Il-ib
FOR RENT 8 room modern house,
ncross Fnlrvlow school. Phono
I92R or r.33 11th St. tf
CERTIFIED CHICKS White Leg
horns (trnpnest & flock mntlngs),
BroWh leghorns, Barred Rocks, R.
1. Reds, Black Mlnorcns. Also Rods.
Rocks (unc'tf'd.) for broiler trade.
Apply for prices. Orland Hntcherv.
Orlnnd. Oltmn Co., Calif. 21
FOR KENT ,1 room plastered house
pnrlly furnished. Call 442W. 21-23 ;
Z. Peters
(Orad. Univ. Cnllf.)
Tonchcr of Piano and Violin
Accredited by Stoto Hoard
of Education.
PHone 45 1W
THE EVENING HERALD'S
I I . W. NOTH i;h
Nl'MMONH HCMMONS
In the Circuit Court .! state of j , the nr:uU , ,,. gtat of Oregon
Oregon In and for Kltmuth County fnr t,. Couniy of Klamath.
No. 2021 K(illty. E II. Fountain, Plaintiff, V8.
M. K Hasden, Plaintiff vs. ! Xl Ja,.uili Hullle Jacobs his
Astred Boaden, Dofondnni ; w(f Yo.hlye fnouya, Shlo
lo Astred llaadefl, I) I ndnnl: In oy, his wife, and Tsunti-
Ihe Numo of the Stat' of Oregon, u,r okl and Okl
You are hereby fitiuh-od to appeur bis wire,' Defendants
and answer the OOtaplalat on tll in T ,M1. i,.f,.,i:l, ;, yoahlyo Inouye,
the above entitled adit or or before 8b0 inoUyo, his wife, and Taunataro
the Mlh day of December, 1825. -okl, and Okl. his wlfo:-
that being Iho last day prescribed ; the Name or the Slate or Orc
lur euch appearpnee In the order of K0; y, ,, eacb ,,, yofc ,,.ri.
the t ottrt for tTie publication of this ,y rctinlred to appear and answer
numinous, and If you fall to so np-1 t,0 complaint filed against you In
pear and answer, for want thereof (be above entitled suit on or hefore
the plaintiff will apply o the court lho 7lh day of December, 19Z5. that
w wo re, r prayea ai in nis com-
plaint, UJ-wlt:- for the .1,, of
the bonds of matrlnnny now and
heretofore existing between plaintiff
mid defendant on the ground of de
aerllon contindlng for more than one
year last past, und for such fur her
relief us to the court may seem eqult
uhlo. This stnnuiqns Is serve! upon you
by publication In the Evening li -r-nld,
a dally newspaper jointed, pun
llsbed nnd of general rlrculallon in
Khiiuuth County, Oregon, fo- six
succeaalve weeks', pursuant to ord'tr
of Hun. A. L. Leavltt. Judge o' the
above entitled court, dated Novem
ber 5, 1925, the flltt publication he
lug November 7th, 1S!5, and the
last publication being December 12,
1920.
EDWARD B. ASHL'RST,
Attorney for Plaintiff, 5 Loomls
Hldg.. Klumath Fulls, Ore.
Nor. 7, 14 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12.
SIMMONS
In the Circuit Court or the Slut of
Oregon for Klumath County
Dorothy I. Hosklng, Plain
tiff, vs. Sidney R. Hosklng.
Defendant
To Sidney It. Hogfclng. Defendant
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
within six weeks after 'lie' flr.it pub
lication of this summons In the Eve
ning Herald, n qowepaper printed
and published In the City of Klam
ath Fulls, County of Klumath, State
of Oregon, on or before the 26th day
of December, 1925. that being the
Inst day of the time prescribed In
the order for the publication of this
summons, the first publication there
of being on the 14th day of Novem
ber, 1925, and If yau fail so to ap
pear nnd answer for want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply 10 the court
for the relief prayed for in the said
complaint, to-wit: For a decree of
the said court that the bonds of mat
rimony existing between plaintiff
und defendant be dfssulved. and for
general relief.
This Bummons ta published In the
Evening Herald, pursuant to an or
der of the Honorable A. L. Leavitt,
Judge of the Circuit Court for the
State of Oregon for Klamath County
made on the 12th day of November.
1925.
V. S. WILEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Nov. 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26.
NOTICE 1
Notice is hereby given that there
are fundB in the County Treasury j Attorney for Plaintiff, Klam
for the redemption or Horsefly Irri-i ath Falls, Oregon.
gntlon District warrants, protested ,
on or before November 8. 1925.
Also for the redemption of Lan
gell Valley Irrigation District war
rants, protested on or before Novem
ber 7. 1925. Interest on same will
cease from this date.
Dated at Klnmath Falls, Oregon, 1
this 20th day of November. 1925
VERA HOUSTON. I
Nov. 20, 21, 23 County Treasurer. I
EVERETT TRUE
Feed Store.
LEOAL WrTU'EH
being the last day in the Dint
pre
scribed In the Order for Publication
of this ntiuimons and it yon fail so
to answer, ror want thereof, th
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief prayed for In the complaint
filed liereln, to-wlt; for a Judgment
uud decree against you:
First: For the sum of J1776.37
Hli Interest thereon at the rate of
1 per ami urn rrom June 6th, 192?
Second: For the sum or $1252.57
with Interest thereon at the rate of
per annum from August 25th
i 195-
Third: For the sum of $250.00
Attorney's fees;
Fourth: That the said property
ne sold in manner and form an pro
vldcd by Statute and that the nana
Decree for the said sale of the said
property by the sheriff of Klamat
mnty be made according to Lni
and Practice of lliis Court:
Fifth I That the proceeds of said
sale be applied as follows
1. Tn the payment of Costs and
; ,.Xpcni,e of said sale and of toll
suit;
2. To payment of this plaintiff of
tne amo'-nt for which h asks JmL-
ment bf rettA;
3. That the lulanie. If auy titer,
bo, be deposited with Hie Clerk 0!
this Court for those entitled to It.
Sixth: That said defendants and
all persons claiming under them
subsequent to the execution of said
mortgage herein foreclosed, upon
said premises, cither as purchaser,
encumbrance or otherwise, may be
narred of all rights, claim of ennltv
In the premises and every part thore-
of, except the qulty of redemption
as provided by Statute.
Seventh: That the plaintiff may
oecomu a purchaser at said sain
that the sherlfr execute a deed or
cortificato of sale of conveyance to
the purchaser; and that the sheriff
shall place the purchaser in complete
possession of the property so pitr-
cn-seo immediately arter the sale.
Eighth: And that the plaintiff
have such further and other relief
in the premises as to the Court mav
seem meet and equitable.
This Summons is served by publi
cation In The Evening Herald, a
newspaper of general circulation,
published In Klamath County,
Oregon, by order of the Hon. A. L.
Leavltt, Judge of the Circuit Court
of said County, which order ia dated
October 16th, 1925, and requires that
this summons be published once a
week for, six successive weeks. The
date of the first publication of this
summons is October 17th. 1925.
H. C. MERRYMAN.
ci- ' 24, 31, Nov. 7. 14, 24, 2:
Green Is colour that gives the
greatest brilliance to the fair skin.
It is so completely becoming to the
clear complexion that it calls for
very little make-up.
By CONDO
Phone 87,
CLASSIFIED AD SECTION
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Cabins for white men.
See Collins, 724 Market. O 21--N21
FOR KENT - 4 room house on
Klamath, does to 11th St. Call
Hot Hprlngs hotel. 20-23 ;
FOR HUNT Bedroom suitable for
two gentlemen; use of phone and
hath. Phone No. 353W. 901 Pino
St.
20-23
FOR RENT -r 3 room furnished
house; garage; $30 per month,
lot Calif. Ave. 1 20-21
FOR RENT Front sleeping room,
adjoining hath; for one or two.
Call 627 North 5th St. 20-26
FOR RENT First class furnished
apartment steam heated. McCar
thy Apartments, 630 Pine. Phone
800. 29tr
FOR RENT First class furnished 4
room cottage; no children or dogs.
Call at 315 Lincoln. 7-tf
WHEN YOt: EAT MEAT at the
Shasta Cafe, you are tailnc Klam
ath county meat. lo-li
FOR RBNT-SleepIng room adjoin
ing bath; furnace heat; for one or
two. 514 Walnut. 17-23
FOR RENT 4 room modern house.
Furniture also for sale. AH very
reasonable. 720 N. 9th street.
19-21
FOR RENT Large front sleeping
room, with heater. Phone 284W.
3 03 Wash. 19-21
FOR RENT Furnished room. 920
Lincoln. Phone 597W. 19-211
i
ROOMS FOR RENT 2 gentlemen,
private family. 350 N. 9th St '
19-21;
WANTED
WOMAN WANTED To cook on
ranch; all winter job. D. D. Liskey
Malln. Ore. 20-27
HEMSTITCHING All fast colors;
satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. H.
Allcnder. 514 Walnut. TN 12-D 12
WANTED Middle aged woman, no
children, want.: work on ranch.
Call at Holland house. 16-21
WANTED Laundry to do at home.
Silks and fine work a specialty,
Mrs. D. A. Root, 1422 Manzanita
St., phone 324R. 16-21
WANTED Men's washing; wool.
silk shirts given special attention.
819 Walnut. 17-23
WANTED Young women for tele-
phone operators; experience not
required. Salary paid while learn-
ing; apply chief operator. Pacific
Telephone & Tetegranh Co. Klam-
ath Falls. 19-21
WANTED Spitz' for stud service.'
immediately. Herald office Box niimaam' Ann jjiokbi, carpen
214. care Herald. 19-21. ters. day or contract, large or
WANTED Woman wants practical!
nursing ana housekeeping. Phone!
34 5 W.
19-25
LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLICATION OK SUMMONS
In the Justice Court for the District
of Linkvllle, Klamath County,
Oregon.
G. L. Spencer, plaintiff, vs.
Everett Crlss. defendant
To Everett Crlss, defendant, in the
Nanio of the State of Oregon, You
are hereby required to appear and
answer tho complaint filed against
you in tho above entitled action on
or before December 2S. 1925, that
heing the expiration of six weeks
publication of this summons pre
scribed by the order for the publica
tion thereof, and if you fail so toi
inc..-...- . I. . nlnlH.O ,,Ot , I. 1
answer, the plaintiff will take judg-
ment against you for the sum of
lbS,30 together with interest there
on at the rate of six per cent per an
num from October 1. 1925. and for
the costs and disbursements of this
action and that seventy head of sheep
attached in this action as your prop
erty he sold to satisfy the Judgment
obtained.
This publication is made by order
of the Justice of the Peace of the
above named court duly made on
the 13th day of November. 1925.
The date of first publication of
this summons is November 14, 1925.
E. X. KENDALL,
Justico of the Peace, Linkvllle
District, Klamath County, Ore
gon. Address: Court House,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Nov. 14, 21, 2S, Dec. 5, 12, 19.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of tho State of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Estate
of Eliza Pfnnnstiehl, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed Ad
ministrator of tho Estate of Eliza
Pfnnnstiehl, deceased, by the Coun
ty Court of tho State of Oregon for
Klamath County, and all persons hay
ing claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present same to
the uddorsfgne'd at his office, No. 16
Loomis Building. Klamath Falls,
Oregon, within six months from date
hereof.
Dated this 24th day of October,
1925.
FRED D. FLETCHER.
Administrator of the Estate of
Eliza Pfnnnstiehl. Deceased.
Pub. Oct. 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21
906 Main
JFOR SAM
FOR SALE Enclosed car. nr will
trade for cltv lots. Jesse Bailey,
Llttlo llrlck cafb. 20-J3
FOR HALF--Ford touring, good con
dm. in. with transmission, Atwater
Kent Ignition, other extras: good
rubber; cheap. Call at 103 W,
Main. 20-23
FIFTY FOOT FUONTAOB oil Cth St
150 ft. deep, with small modern
storo, priced at $4,000. Louie
Lervals, Algomu, Ore. 0 27-N 27
A REAL SACRIFICE Chevrolet so
dim In good condition; good rubber
and engine Just overhauled, $3S5.
Phone 121J. : -tf
FOR 8ALE$75 per month Income
property, modern, close In, on
maendnm street $5600; reasonable
terms. 155 E. Main; phone 8S8R.
16-21
FOR SALE Largo range; also dou
ble disc Moilnu plow. 320 North
11th. 16-21
MANUFACTURING SITES In 2nd
Addition, on railroad, for sale. T.
O. Hague. 18-JH
DRESSES AND COATS on salo at
Bee Begln's Dress Shop, 129 So.
7th St 18-80
FOR . SALE Apt. house, well fur
nished, steam heat, close In; pays
well. Write Box 215 care Herald.
18-25
A FEW MORE HATS to close out at
Bee Begln's Dress Shop. 19-25
RUY YOUR DRESS OR COAT at
Bee Begln's Dross Shop and save.
1 18-26
SPECIAL 2 ply roofing. $2.35 per
roll: asphalt sheeting. $1.75; lin
seed oil 1.50 gal.: kalsomlne 1214c
lb. Get wise and use Patterson's
size in your kalsomlne: your mon
ey returned if not satisfied. Pat
terson's Paint Store. 830 SO. 8th
St - , 18-25
ANOTHER SHIPMENT or pretty
robes and klmonas at Bee Begln's
Dress Shop, 129 So. 7th St. 18-25
FOR SALE Chevrolet ear In good
condition, for $160. Call 515 No.
3rd St . 19-21
FOR SALE Unused set of "My Book
House," books for children. Phone
544J. 18-25
MtSCELLANEOCB
; E X P E R T We have one of the
j best.radiator, fender and body men
1 to be had anywhere. Old fenders
made to look new. BUICK &
SLi"1 oarage. . 20 tt
'
WOMAN DRIVING to Lob Angeles
flrst of week, enclosed car, wishes
1 woman passenger. Phone 634M.
on 1
J -
small jobs. Phone 756 after 6 0.
m. 18-21
M
DANCING LESSONS All types of
dancing; call Mary Peterson, 836J
or Marcella Meehan, 520J. 17-23
WINDOW CLEANING, Floor wax
ing, house cleaning and Janitor
service. References. A. M.
Rhodes. Phone 360W. 7tf
TRIANGLE CAFE The place to get
good eats. OPEN ALL NIGHT.
633 Main street. Phone 624. tt
SHOES REPAIRED BY MAIL
Send them to the Goodyear Shoe
Repair Shop, 121 N. 8th St. We
pay the return postage.
25c BUNDLES OF PAPER
office
Herald
tf-nt
ROBERTS SUITS & OVERCOATS
Hand tailored to your measure,
$33.50 to $47.50; also Sellg Brol!
line, San Francisco's largest tail
ors. Can give delivery in one week
if necessary, $25.00 to $62.50. Fit,
workmanship and wear guaran
teed. Highest quality, lowest prleea
al ways. Phone 108. I will call with
samples, or see me at the Gun
Store, Saturday afternoons and
evenings. A. R. "Ace" Renner.
N 7- D 7
LOST AND FOUND
$100 REWARD I will pay one
hundred dollars for information
that will lead to the conviction of
the thieves who stele a trunk and
wearing apparel from tho bunk
house on my ranch. Information
will bo considered confidential.
Rex E. Bord. Nov. i-Jau. 4
LOST Suit case, west side of
Tulo lake; leave at Herald office;
$6 reward. 18-24
NOTICE
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that I haVe
sold to Mr. Fred Bremer my one
third intoreat in the Industrial Elec
tric Co., ho having assumed my
share of all contracts und llaballtles
in my onu third Interest in the sail
Industrial Electric Co. I owned and
operated by Hill, Hogg and Bremer.
JOHN W. HOGG.
Oct. 24; Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28
Some college students have suc
cessfully passed entrance exams by
making the football squad.
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