The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 15, 1925, Page 7, Image 7

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    Tiictfdiiy, Decembi r lf, 1925
EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Klamath Punt No. k.
Mooting li and 3rd
Tuesdays. Court House
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Thursday evening. Visit
ing members WsJeoUe.
I'AUn Temple. 3rd Mnln
Obnrlton 0rria Bxaltad
tluMf, Tom Doltoll, Boey.
K. of C. Council No. 22SS
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Proof nt n roHt loin tliim any
other form of innnonnry.
Slono-Tllo ronntnidlon ollm
InnUm upkoop axponto, l In
duHtructlhlo, nnd Id approved
liy thn best architects mid
builders.
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ConCrete Pipe Co.
mil ami Market.
Phone r.av
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Main
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Kodak Work
LeaYoYour Films
Before 90clocK-Your
Pictures am
rfL KLAMATH FALLS OREGON
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE
BUY THEIR DRUGS
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VJOULD
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Mrs. Willard Johnson
Teacher of Piano
Studio r.o:i Third St.
Phono 284 M
Residence Phono "SOW
Dr. Philip Cole
(iiiu nil I'rai'Hu. of IJi'nllKtry
'Hun Kvi'Olni'.H !.) Aiiolmmnt
pbona '.'i': m :. is Main
Uvit Moi.'u Sniro
J. C. CLEGHORN
CIVIL KNCINKKU
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gbons 2U4M 2111 IllKh Bt.
DR. J G. COBLE
OPTOMKTIIIST- -OPTICIAN
709 Mnln St. Phono 5fV
UakO and Krlnd clunaeH. Dupli
cate broken lennea, rapalr frames.
DR. F. R. GODDARD
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND Bl.'ltOKON
Office nnd Henldence Phone 321
L O. 0. P. Tomplo
A. W. Schaupp
Altorncy-nl-I.ttw
212-214 I O. 0. F. Illdg
Maty Coe Peterson
Teacher of Dancing
Call 836J for appointment
Vochatzer Bros.
Wici.l. DRTJUiBRS
Phone 225 R
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(ur Inwilliitu per line 23i
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One Mouth per line 76V
Minimum marge 2Sc. Adi not
cwnaveutlrn are charged a new fl
lowlng each omtaalon
Flrat Inaertlon la In "Naw Today"
-olumn without extra charga, bnt all
luacrtloua In that column aro at Ural
insertion rata.
I.KOAL NOTICE
St. ; ;.).., PfllMCATION
In the t'lrcult Court of the Stato of
on gon, for Klamath County, Kiiul-
ty No. 201G.
Ii. B. Haguo, Plitlntlff. vb.
( W. Kvnna, Sam Rvana, nnd
Jphn Poe Brana, nnd also all
other poriona or- partial un
known claiming any Interest,
right, nil", ornate or Hen In the
real property deBcrlbed herein,
Dofendants.
To 0. W. Evans, Sam Evans, nnd
John Doo Evans, nnd also all other
persons or parties unknown claiming
any Intcraat, right, title, estate or
lion In l ho real property described
herein :
In I ho Name of the State of Ore
gon, you nnd each of you, are here
by required to appear and nnswor the
complaint heroin filed against you
Within i-ix weeks from tho date of tho
flral publication of this summons,
nnd if you fall to so answor, on or
baforo December 23, 1925, for want
thereof, plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relict prnyod for In
Iter said complaint, to-wlt:
That defendants nnd each of them
bo required to sot forth the nature
of any claim, right, title, estate, Hon
or InlotVst In or to tho following
doacrlDoq property, which any of
them claim to have thereon, adverse
to plaintiff; nnd that upon a hearing
such claim bo determined by decroo
herein; ' v
That tho defendants and all per
sons claiming by, through or under
them, nnd nil persons clnlmlng any
Interest therein, bo foravor barred
from asserting any claim to said
properly or any part thereof udvorse
to plnlnlirf.
That plaintiff's title to said prop
erty be forever quietod and froed
from nil clouds thereun and that
plaintiff be decreed to bo tho nbao
luto owner In too simple of suld
property, to-wit:
Lets 1 to W and Lots 1G to 20,
Inclusive, Hlock 3, Socond Addition
to the City of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
And for such furl her relief as mny
seem proper, Including judgment for
costs.
This summons Is published for six
weeks pursuant to an order of llon
A. ti, I.eavltt, Judge of said Court,
dated November 7, 1925. first publi
cation being November 11, ltfCS, and
last publication belli;; on December
22; 1925.
F. H. MILLS,
Attornoy for Pluintlff, 5 Loomls
Bldg., Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Nov. 11, 18, 26, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22.
About all n rolling stone gathers
is speed.
Z. Peters
(drad. Univ. Calif.)
Teacher of Piano nnd Violin1
Accredited by State Hoard
of Education.
Phone 45 1W
- Murpheys
THE EVENING HERALD'S
LKOAI, NOTK.'LH
NOTIt.'M Of HCHOOI, DISTKK T
iiiivii KLBC1 ion
Notice l hereby given that a Bond
Eloctlon If called to be hold "t var
ious School Houses in Klamath
County School District on the 23d
day ol December, l2i. between the
hours ol two o'clock p.'ln. anil r.evcn
o'clod; p. in., for Ibe purpoae of
votltiK upon the qnestlon if contract
d a bonded indebted m ; of it,,
000 for the ' purpose of building
school houses, additional school
rooittli pnrcba e of fdulpuient, utl as
lei forth In notlcea posted on each
school botiiat door.
Poll! will often at two o'clock and
close n( seven o'clock p. m. A legal
voter Is one who Is a citizen, hits re
sided for a lime of thirty days lo
in" iimiii'i, nun iiiri properly nsiei,
upon tho last Bsaeetintenl roll of the
County School DWlrlct Hoidn of
families having onlldrcu of srhnoi
aga may vote without property niui
Iflcntlon. This bond, Issue of IT'.. ooo will be
enrrfed by eiulru valuuiim of Co ,n
ty School District which approxl
matea .
A voti-r of the Optinly S. bool Dis
trict mny cast his ball.it at any jf
the polling places In the Dislrlrt, .in.l
not nece iMirlly in his uwn sub-JIs-trlct,
Tho regular legal notices, sbowlng
allocitl ui of all muds r.- piwted on
door of each school houMc 'n which
.school Is uow belnc held.
Signed.
VEItA V. OKF1EI.D.
Clerk of County School DlBtrlel.
Dec. 15. 17. 19.
SIMMONS
In the Circuit Conn of the Slate of
Oregon for Klamath County. I . . .
nuinbor . ,
(ius .Miller. Plaintiff, VS. Nick
Valines. Defendant.
To Nick Vullaes, defendant: In the
nnmo of the Sretc of Oregon: You are
hereby required to jippear and an
swer the complaint filed against you
In the above entitled causo'on or be
fore the 11th day of January, 1920,
and if you full so to unswer, the
plaintiff will take Jndgment against
you for the sum ol' 1614.24 with
Interest thereon nt the rate of 6 per
.I nt per iiiinum since November 27th,
1125, nnd for costs and disburse
ments Incurred herein and that ex
ecution issued against the following
described personal property of the
Attendant now levied upon and un
der nttachment nt the Instant of the
plaintiff by the. Sheriff of Klamath
County, Oregon, pursuan' to a writ of
attachment described as follows, to
wit: The White Lunch rvstnurnnt nt
number 1122 Main Street, in the
City of Klamath Fall. Oregon, to
gether wltb all furniture, fixtures and
equipment and food supplies and
stock loeiited therein.'
fills summons Is published in the.
Evening Herald, n newspaper pub
lished at Klamath Falls. Klamath
Counts, Oregon, by, order . of the j
.. i.t.. ... 1, nr
nullum Mie i. ij. uirttiiii, uiiu
the Circuit Court and that November
2Mb. 1925. directing such summons
to be published for six successive
wceka and ordering that the first
dny of publication be Dec. 1st, 1925.
D. E. FLETCHER and
FAY MORRIS,
Attorney for plaintiff, 115 So.
Fifth Street, Klamath Falls,
Oregon.
Dec. 1. 8, 15, 22, 29, Jan. 5., 12
Office of the Clerk
KLAMATH COUNTY" SCHOOL
DISTRICT
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Superintendent of Klamath
County. Oregon, will hold the regular
examinations, for applicants tor
Stato Certificates at Klamath County
Court House, as follows;: Commonc-j
lug Wednesday. Dec. 16, 1925, at
9:00 o'clock A. M and continuing i
until Saturday, December 19. 1925. j
at -i : tie o ciock i
Wednesday Forenoon
U. S. History. Writing (Penman
ship), Music. Drawing.
Wednesday Afternoon
Physiology. R e a d i n g. Manual
Training, Composition, Domestic
Science, Methods in Reading, Course
of Study for Drawing, Methods in
Arithmetic.
Thursday Forenoon
Arithmetic. History of Education.
Psychology, Methods in Geography.
Mechanical Drawing. Domestic Art,
Course of Study for Domestic Art.
Thursday Afternoon
Grammar, Geogr .pbv. Stenography.
American Literature. Physics. Typur
writing. Methods In Language, The
sis for Primary Certificate.
Friday, Forenoon
Theory and Practice. Orthography
(Spelling), Physical Geography, Eug
llsh Literature. Chemistry,
Friday Aftc imm
School Law, Geology, Algebra,
Civil Government.
Saturday Forenoon
Geomerty, Hottiny.
Saturday Afternoon
General History, llookkeeplng.
(Signed) F. PETERSON,
Supt. Co, School Dist.
Dec. .12-14-16.
City Patrolman
Patterson Quits
A. E. Patterson, city patrolman,
handed In his resignation to the
city council last night, to take ef
fect Immediately. Patterson gave as
his reason for resigning' that he
must aid his father In his business
atfnlr8. Tho resignation was ac
cepted byx the council. His suc
cessor has not been announced. ,
Feed Store.
NEW TODAY
FOK SALE or will trade for city
Jot: Juwett, enclosed ear, Jesse
Bailey, Little llrlek cafe. 15-17
0000 FEET now dimension lumber
for sale cheap. 527 N. 8lh St. Win.
T. Iluvey. 15-17
LOST-3un. night, black compact, en
graved M. V.' plenso return to
Square Dial Drug store. 15
I A K EN - From Ford coupo near
Scundln hall Saturday night, a
Pendleton Indian blanket, color
tan with red and brown; good n'
wurd for lis return with no ques
tions asked; valuable as a gift.
Please (eav,8 ntHeraldofflce.15-16'
CHHISTMAK SI'tiOESTKjNS First
. class buaver Bklim at price of raw
Hkluii, plus cost of tannin;;: can
bo seen at 436 Klamath Ave. .Mrs.
Win. Bessler. 15-17
FOK RENT Room tor two men,
wlOi or without hoard. Nevada
house, filh and Ouk. 15-17
FOK KENT Restaurant and room
ing house, $30 a month for one
year. 12 miles from Klamath
Falls on the Anhiaud-Klaniath
Falls highway. Isaac Moore, Keno,
Ore. 15-21
OREGON HOTEL, Chlloqnln. Ore.;
steam heated rooms, hot and cold
running water; everything iiv,
and strictly modern: prices jr.st
right. Mrs. Kathryn West, Prop.
13 17
FOR KENT Large sleeping room
with heater, $5 per week; small
room $3. 303 Wash. St. 15-17"
WANTED Practical nursing and
housework; neat, and good cook.
Phono 897W. 15-28"
SUPER SOLID Buttermilk Mash
Fine chopped Alfalfa meal (green)
for chickens; Mt. Ashland egg
mash f always fresh); Kracked
corn and other poultry supplies.
Anderson Transfer & Feed Co.
335 So. 6th St. Phone 795. 15
PRICES ON ROOFING and sheeting
paper: 1 ply Guard roofing,
11.75; 2 ply, 82.35; red and gray
sheeting paper. 30 lb. rolls. (2.00;
20 lb.. (1.35; Asphalt sheeting.
1.75. Patterson's, 630 So. 6th St.
15-21
DRIVING TO PORTLAND Dec. 19,
enclosed car; can take two passen
gers for company and to defray
expenses. Phone 573J. ' 15-17
FOR RENT Sunny 2 room apart
ment, $25; phone 42SJ. 59 Wash.
15-17
WANTED 2 Jersey or part Jersey
cow3, fresh; also chickens. Call
T.'JM. 15-16
EXPERIENCED Bookkeeper and
stenographer wishes permanent po-
, sition, whole day or half. Call
617R after 4. 15-28
WANT TO RENT Garage, within 3
or 4 blocks of Reclamation office.
Phone 394W. 15-17
GOOD SECOND HAND calf skin coat
cheap. Donart's Fur Shop. 210
Main St. 15-17
FOR SALE, in the growing town of
Chiloquin, Ore.: Splendid income
property on Main St. Address L.
H. Lnuritsen, 135 River St., Santa
Cruz. Calif. 15-29
FOR SALE
$1700 New 3 room house, only $300
cash, balance $25 per month.
$1250 5 acres only i mile from
city limits on Ashland road.
$1900 New 4 room house. $500
cash, balance like rent.
CHILCOTE & SMITH
727 Main 15-16
NOTICE O. K. S.
O. E. S. CARD PARTY will be held
Wednesday evening, the 16th, at
Masonic hall, as scheduled. Mem
bers of Masonic orders cordially
invited. 15
NOW IS THE TIME
TO
BUY THAT BUSINESS
LOOK THESE OVER NOW
GOOD PAYING rooming house of
seventeen rooms; good location;
price $2000, one half down!
A FULLY EQUIPPED restaurant,
conveniently located and capable
of largo business. A real buy for
tho right party; $3800.00.
FOR $2200 YOU CAN GET a Meat
Market with an established busi
ness. Fully equipped. Ask us to
show you this.
A BUSINESS'OF SMOKES, candies,
soft drinks, etc.. with splendid lo
cation. Not another one like this
in town for tho monoy. Full price
only $4500.00 for stock nnd equip-l
inent. Some terms.
PREPARE FOR NEXT YEAR
SHARE KLAMATH'S PROSPERITY
MAGUIRE & MAQUIRE
816 Main St. 16
Real Estate - All Kinds Insurance
Phone 87,
eapvtur-.'-
CLASSIFIED AD SECTION
FOR RENT
FOR RENT First class furnished
apartment, iitenm heated. McCar
thy Apartmonts. 630 Pine. Phono
800. 29tf
FOR RENT Cabins for wtyto men.
Sec Collins. 724 Market St. D2-J2'
FOR RENT First class furnished 4
room cottage; call at Winters Apt.
No. 301. DIO-tf
FOK P.NT Furnished apartments.
419 N. 10th St. Phone 342W.
D 11 J 1
FOR RENT Threo room modern
furnished houtie, gnrago. Phone
799W or call at 1234 Lookout.
12-1
FOR RENT Partly furnished 2 or
I robins and bath. 818 north :ith
St. Phone 482R. 12-15
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing Apt. 2 rooms, bath and garage
$27.50. 2028 Reclamation. 12-1
FOR RENT Nice sleeping room,
use of phone and bath. 927 Jeffer
son. 12-15
ROOMS FOR RENT Private family.
350 N. Sth. 12-16'
FOR RENT 2 room house with
woodshed and garage. 1202 Wll
ford Ave. 12-15
FOR RENT Modern furnished ap
artment, one block from Mnln,
steam heated. Call 516. 14-19
FOR RENT Furnished cabin, man
and wife. 334 So. 4th St. 14-15
FDR RENT Modern furnished 4
room apartment at 68 Main. 1
14-16
P'URNISHED 3 room Apt. Phone 584. !
14-16
FOR RENT 2 room furnished Apt.
343 N. 9th St. 14-15
FOR RENT Steam heated furnished
apartment. 123 N. 6th St. Phone
399V. 15-17 1
FOR RENT 4 room house and gar
age. $20 per month. Phone 20 7 W.
14-15
FOR RENT Furnace heated rooms. I
1018 Washington. 14-19 i
BACHELOR APARTMENTS one and;
two rooms; light, wood and water,;
$3.50 and $4.00 per week. Apply.
10 Main St., near Link river
bridge. 14-19
MISCELLANEOUS
EXPERT We have one of the
best radiator, fender and body men
to be had anywhere. Old fenders
made to look new. BUICK &
STAR Garage. 20 tf
WINDOW CLEANING. Fldbr wax
Ing, bouse 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 SL We
pay the return postage.
25c BUNDLES OF PAPER
office. ,
Herald
tf-nt
ROOM AND BOARD in private fam
ily for one or two working men;
40 per month. 59 Washington.
Phone 42SJ. 12-15
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF
SUPPLEMENTAL FINAL ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Klamath.
In tho Matter of the Estate
of E. A. McCulley, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my supplemental and final ac
count of . the estate of E. A. Mc
Culley. deceased, having filed my
final account herein May 26, 1924,
and the above entitled Court has
fixed 3 o'clock in the afternoon of
January 4th, 1926, as the time and
the Court Room of the County Court,
in the Court House at Klamath Falls,
Oregon, as the place when and where
any person may present any objec
tions or exceptions to anything
therein contained or in said
final account contained, or
to anything done by me as admin
istrator heroin, and at the said time
and place the said Court will finally
settle the said account.
This notice is published pursuant
to the order of the Honorable Rob
ert II. Bunnell, Judge of tho said
Court, made on tho 28th day of No
vember, 1928.
JOHN B. McCULLEY,
Administrator of the said estate.
Dec. 1, 8, 16, 22, 29
Everything in Nursery
Stock
Fruit trees, shade trees, nut tree.)
borrles, shrubs, vines and roses.
Special list of hardy variety suit
ed for planting here.
J. A. FARLEY
Will glad.lly give advice on "what
to plant and when to plant"
Phono B88-J
906 Main
,
Kill SALE
W ATKINS PRODUCTS 137 N. 4th
St. Phone 490R. 9-15
A REAL SACRIFICE Chevrolet se
dan in good condition: good rubber
and onglno lust overhauled, 1385.
Phone 481. u-tf
Yakima Spuds por cwt. $3.25
A-l Onions, per cwt. $3.25
Onions (2nds) per cwt. 2.00
Apples 75c to 1.75 por box
Grapes 5 to 9c per lb.
Sweet Spuds 5c per lb.
Eggs 50c per doz., by ct. 48o
Cider 40c per gal.
SCOTTI PRODUCE CO.
201 East Main Phone 927 23 tf
FOK SALE Studebnker touring car
good running condition, $100 for
quick sale. Call PetorBon, 82AJ.
2-15
ORANGES. ORANGES, Oranges.
1 will ship you a 40-Ib. (net) box
of tine oranges for $2, f. o. b. Corn
ing, Calif. This fruit la treo ripen
ed and can't be bent. II. H. Phil
lips, Corning, Calif. 3 tf
FOR SALE $1100 Lyon & Healy
Player and $250 Sonora phono
graph; 50 player rolls and about
150 Victor records, cheap for quick
sale. Inqnire evenings, 7 to 9, at
1329 Lookout Ave. 4-24
PEDIGREED .Newfoundland pups,
the perfect dog for children and
watch; also have few pedigreed
collies; satisfaction guaranteed.
Fred Schneider, Albany, Or.10-16
FOR SALE 180 head range owes,
in good condition. O'Connor Bros.
Klamath Falls, Merrill nt. 10-16
IF IT'S SJ3COND HAND you want,
. nave gb. v iiiiuuis r urmiuru more.
624 Klamath Ave. 10-16
FOR SALE 3 h. p. Wagner single
phase 110-220 A. C. electric mo
tor. Phone 779J. 11-17
LIMB WOOD and tops for Bale, close
in, 75c por cord. See owner at room
7, Liberty rooms, 3rd and Main St.
12-15
FOR SALE One 5-tube radio set,
console model, built-in speaker;
everything complete. See it eve
nings at 819 Jefferson St. 12-16
USE RAWLEIGITS good health pro
ducts. Phone 937J. 336 North 11th.
D12-tf
FOR SALE New 3 room house new
ly finished; close to Mills school
house; can be had very cheap If
taken within a few days; t .mt
503 Martin St. 14-15
LOST AND FOUND
$100 REWARD I will pay one
hundred dollars for Information
that will lead to the conviction of
the thieves who stole a trunk and
wearing apparel from the bunk
house on my ranch. Information
will be considered confidential.
Rex E. Bord. Nov. 4-Jan. 4
WANTED
MANAGER WANTED County dis
tributor for different counties. Na
tional products backed by nation
al advertising. Distributors In oth
er counties making as high as
$400 per month. Write qualifica
tions in first letter. Re-vig-a-tor.
211 Broadw:ay, Portland, Ore.8-17
WANTED 50 used guns and 26
used tents. Connolly Bros. 912)
Main St. D 9 - J 9
WILL PAY CASH tor used light car.
any shape or model. 522 So. 5th.
St. D 11 J 11
WANTED High school boy wants
work after school and on Satur
days. Write Box 226, care Herald.
11-17
SOLICITOR for congenial pleaBttnt
work: good pay. Apply A. Wyntt,
Golden Rule store. 14-16
AM DESIROUS of securing a few
more pupils for the serious study
of piano. A thorough method of
instruction is given. Beginners or
advanced pupili accepted. Rosi-
dence 1212 Lookout, phone 766.
F. Dickey. 14-19
WANTED Woman to take care of
children and do housework for
room and board, and small wngei
Must like children. 119 So., 9th.
14-15
WANTED A young woman for gen
eral work. Klamath Goneral Hos
pital. 14-15
WANTED Two or three passengers
fof Ssn Francisco or Los Angeles.
Closed car; leaving Saturday, Dec.
19th. Phone 680. 14-1'i
NOTICE
Having disposed of my Interests In
tho Club cafe at Chiloquin, will not.
be responsible for any bills after date
Nov. 13, 1925.
E. W. REINKINO,
17. 24, 1, 8, 15
,