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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Evening Herald
R. J. MU1UUY
Published dnlly except Sunday by
Tho Hornld Publishing Company of
Bsmath Kails, at 115 Fourth Streot.
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ath Falls, Ore., for transmission thru
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VIUDAY, XOVKMRER 2S, 1010
LIVE IN PRIMITIVE STATE
Tribes In Interior of Venezuela Have
Had Little Contact With
Almost ecry tribe and race has
found the secret of fire, even though
civilization lw not come near them.
Needless to s.iy. matches are unknown
except as the have been carried Into
distant lands by white men. and lire is
made by rublhiu sticks together, with
sort of Hint and tinder or. as In the
case of the Macaos. with a drill.
These "people of the mist," as the
explorers Into the Interior of Venezuela
call them, keep their llres burning
steadily from one year's end to an
other, but If a new one is neMled It I
started by drilling Into wood until It
bursts Into tlame.
The Macaos share the- Irdlan' lnve
of painting their faces and. like them,
use bow and nrrow for hunting, but so
about swathed In heavy clothing, much
like that of the Arabs, because of the
cold of the region in which they live.
The homes of the Macaos are all
built on hilltops, aud the average alti
tude of the settlement Is 3.C00 feet.
They cultivate sweet potatoes, ba
nanas and maize, out'of a combination
of which they make a very strong fer
mented drink for ue at feasts, and
they are also exceedingly clever at
basketry and other weaving, but are
among the most uncleanly of ail tribes
and never, so It Is said, take a bath
unless unexpectedly caught out In u
No. 1124 KQutty
lu tho Circuit Court of tho Stnlo or
Oregon for the County of Mam
nth. Thecdoro W. Flackus, Plaintiff, vs
Margaret M. Kiackus, uofonilniil
To Margaret M. Kiackus. Defendant
IN TUB NAME OK TUB STATU
OK OHKOON. You aro heielA n
quired to appear and answer the
complaint llled ngalnat you In th"
"bovo entHlod ult on or before v
day tbe 12th day of January, 120,
and luiltmi to appear mm n i
for want thereof, plaintiff will taKi
judgment and decree ag.uust ou i.
1. Granting n dlvrrco to tlie pi i i
tiff and declaring the bonds of mat
rimony now existing between the
plaintiff and defendant, of no fur
thor force and effect.
2. And asking that tho plaintiff
be awarded tho care, custody an I
education of the minor children '
3. That the plaintiff be granted
such other and further relief as to
equity and good conscience ma ap
pertain and as to tho court may b em
January 12th. 1020, Is the last
day of the time prescribed In the
order for publication of this sum Ij
II1UII9 111 III. 11 Ull lllilj (1'1UUI IIUU
answer said complaint, the tirst pub
lication thereof being Noomborl
This summons Is served by publi
cation, by order of Honorable 1). V
Knykendall, Judge of tho Circuit
Court of tho Statu of Oregon, for
Klamath Ccunty, dated November
26th, 1919, whtch order Toqulred
that this summons bo published for
onco n week for six successlvo
wtj'ks. the tlrst publication being
November 2Sth. 1919.
KENNER & CHAST.UN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose olilcoa
and pototlico address la Klamath
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We suggest that you buy sensible gifts this year -something
useful-Clothing, Furnishings, Footwear. Watch this paper
for suggestions of sensible "Gifts." Do your Xmas men's
shopping at the
KKK STORE - THE XMAS STORE
William Ilrny or the Oshkosh Land
& Timber company, who has been
visiting points In the north on mat
ters or business, returned to the city
In time for Thanksgiving.
In Morocco, If a bridegroom H
not pleased with his brldu be has a
right to return hr to her fntnui
I within tlier mentis with tho price
' originally paid for hor.
In some parts of fc'orb'a tho young
unmcrrii-il woman carry a. speclnl
mark In their headgear conorally
suit in equitv
Equity No. 1113
In tho Circuit Court of tho Statu of
Oregon Tor Klamath County.
Francos (lortrudo Wlncholl. Plain-
Both the noxmakers Union and unmcrrl-il woman tarry .i im' . James Howard Winchull,
Fire Deartment dances drew good '"ark u lholr ho.Kour conornliy i)0ff.ndnnt.
crowds last evening and patrons of n icd feather to Indicate thmTo James Howard Wlnrholl. tho
both affair, hod an enjoyable time. , they are open to proposals. , Mg "'of''"!.? s'Jalo of Ore-
Tho Republican Women's Ex-jBon you are hereby required to ap-
-. f i.i., of Vow York s appear and answer this complain
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titled suit, on or before Monday. th'
In the legislative elections soon to' arranging to give a dinner In honor
be held In Jamaica tho women of of will H.. Hays chairman of tl-o &tu ,iay or January. 1!20 tl.nt be
lt will bo fifty years next Fepteni-
Best yet. Herald Want Ads.
that Island aro privileged to vote itopubllcnn National Committee
for the tlrst t:nio. Under a now
law ctery woman Is entitled to tho
franchise who is 25 years or nge or
more, can read nnd write, and is of
Rxltish nationality, providing afro
that she possesses certain property
or salary qualifications.
Ilni: tho day of tho lust publication ot
ii'immims and tho last nay wuu-i
which ycu aro required to aniiwoi-.
ber smco Empress Tugoule lort her as Ilxcd by tho order of publU:i,,on
.u n i f- iVn,,P L'nnOt this Bummons. If you full 'o an-
throne and fled from Franco. f- aI)(, nn3W0I.( tJu, vin.M,tt ll
half a century sue nas iivou a m
untary exllo in England.
Try 'era. Herald Want Ads.
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WHAT IS IT?
It is the best paying 'class of advertising in the world if you
,v have something to sell that belongs among little ads that you find
in The Herald.
JUST TRY IT ONCE .
If you have something in your attic, your basement, your
spare room, your barn, around you anywhere that you want to
sell, try The Herald classified ads and you will find a buyer.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING
Advertise for it, trying The. Herald's classified ads. Some
one has something for sale that you want, Let The Herald find
it for you. It costs you but a few cents a day.
Classified ads cost you 5 cents a line a day five words to the
line. They must be paid for in advance and cannot be received
over the telephone that is why they are so cheap.
apply to tho court ror mo ren n no
mnnded In said complaint Said Milt
Ih brought to securo dlnsolutlon of
the bondH of matrimony existing be
tween ycursclf and plaintiff
TIHh summons Is published In The
Evening Hornld, n dally newspaper
printed and published at Klamath
Kalis. Oregon, by order of Honor
ablo D. V. Kuykondall, Judge of said
Court, and datod Novomher 21st
1919, tho first publication to bo made
on tho 24th day of November, 1919,
and ttiu last publication thereof un
tho nth day or January, 1920
H. M. MANNING
and WM. GANONO,
Attorneys ror Plaintiff.
P. O. and IlualncsH Addross, Loom
is Hulldliig, Klamuth Kails, Klamath
India Is tho largest tea exporting
country In tho world.
Tho coming year will mark tho
'THE WOMAN THOU GAVEBT ME'
An Artcruft Hclal
With An All Star Ciwt
Two Reels of Good Comedy
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A Rain Row Comedy
"A DOG GONE SHAME"
In Two PnrlH
hULLOWED PATHS OF PEACE
Aborigines of TeKao Unlike the Herco ,
Tribes of Other Gfct.on of l
Stene Implt-mi'lilx luiiiiil In nneti'lit I
worUluips In Ti-iih, niiti'iliitliig
I'renth. SpiinMi nr Amerlmin mttlem. j
prove that the orlKlniil net lien of Hi In ,
stnte were mil like the Ilene tribes
eiifoiiiiieriMl In modern times by the i
Mttle Is known nlmtit the iiborlgltial
liiipiihitloii of Ti-xiii. uhleli lies be- I
tweeu the Pin-bio and moiiml liulldcra'
area, but Dr. J. Waller 1-Vwken. chief ,
of the Ainerlciiii bunitii or ethimlogy.
aided by Professor Pence of thu Unl
erslty or Tcxiin. have located some .
loiig-fiirgiHlei village sites. Their In-
esilsiilliiiiH lend to the belief that Hut
original people of the middle part of
the slate were hunters, while those of
the ciiKtei-n part near the timber belt,
were followers of agricultural pur
suits nnd were skilled In the iiiiiiiufne
ture of pottery. They resembled the
mound builders. The weiteru part of
the mutit wan a more elevated and
less arid plateau. Here the people re
sembled the Pueblos or New Mexico.
Some of the tribes are reported to
hioc been cannibal. In the opening
of the eighteenth century Apache.
Comanches and other savage tribes
ronmttl oer Texas, following the buf
falo, or raiding across It Into Mexico.
There seems to have been constant
hostility with these Indians, In which
ninny smaller tribes were exterminated.
Remarkable Chlmpanxee Dies,
A few weeks ago there dlul a chim
panzee who had spent the eight years
of his lire derylng all rules laid down
for the well being or chimpanzee. Ills
mime was Antony, mill he was the
only one or his tribe of mniil:en who
bus ever mnimged to Ntand an English
cllmato unmitigated by artlllrhil bent.
He came from the Congo lu 11)11, when
ho was very joung nnd small. At that
time he weighed 1 1 pounds, by lust
Miiumcr he wiim .(tint six tunes un
heavy. During the whole period of lit
civilized lire he was kept lu n hrhk
building racing southwest and unbent
eil, nnd he slept lu straw without
blankets. Chocolates and sweets pol
n to ordinary chimpanzees were
tin' special treats or Antony's dietary,
mid he had. a less comprehensible
fiiiicy ror beans. Manchester Guardian.
Natural pearl culturo Is a sclen-
,i t i. tha Tarw
tiflc Industry practiced u . -r
nncso In tho Day of Ago. Women
divers descend nnd I'lnco small pearls
In I ho shells of oyelers, where Ihey
., ..ii.., ...i in rnmaln for ser-
lliuy Hi" i" " ...
era! yoarB. At tho ond of that period
(iw, niinriH urn larKO enough to place
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The "Amen Corner."
The phrase "amen corner" Is said to
linvo originated In London, where, at
tho end of Paternoster row, the monks
at one time finished their recitation of
tho "Pater Noster" its they went In
procession on Corpus Christ! day to
St Paul's cathedral. They began In
Paternoster row with tho Lord's prayer
In Latin, continuing It to tho end of
tho street, nnd then snld "umen" at
the corner or the row. Ah used In this
country tho phriiHo described tho cor
ner of a church where tho elderly mem
bers sit nnd pronounce tho word
"amen" at Intervals.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUEHDAYS AND SATURDAYS
A miiBcot to which deep-sea fisher
men attach great Importance Is a tiny
Out Meno or hone found In tho oar of
plaice and other llsh. Tho wenrer of
one of (hcHo stones Ih supposed to bo
Iminiine to the danger of drowning.
It Is easy to find these stones lu the
ears of llsh, although they aro no big
ger than u split lentil. Anybody who
cures to look for ono ond to cxnmlno
It will see on Its surface light nnd dark
rings similar to those found on n
larger sculu n tree trunks. Tho num
ber of rings tells the uge of tho flub,
m ' new ring appear mum- jrr,
Surprise the folks who
hardly hope you will
remember them with
a merry greeting at
Christmas time. Our
Greeting Cards are es
(!lrls-hau you a "mnn-less"
town? If so, tako n tip from Annlce
In "TUB (10LI) CL'KE" at the Ub
oi ty Theatre and romcily tho situa
tion. VIOLA DANA Is tho clever
star of the play tonight.
Best money can buy to
day. Yes, nod prope&ft
ted to your feet. That
what you'll got rfJW
walk a little further to
Bradley Shoe Store
727 Main St