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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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HIGH HONORS PAID JUDGES
Imposing Ceremonies. That Used u
Mark Thalr Comlno to ths VarU
oua 0unty Aselies.
Tim stately ceremonies which have
attended Iho coming of mi Kiij-IIMi
Judge to the county nrntheti, three,
time In etieh year, niny lip accounted
for by tho fact Unit tin; jn(K,., n
th.iu orcimlotiK, represented the king,
mid for thn Hint being was accorded
courlMlm not Tory different from
(hone which would be offered tin klnf
In thn quaint old city of Cheater,
which nil traveling American know
better, perhaps, than any city of Eng
land outside of London, It waa the
uitom, before rallrondi were known,
for the IiIkIi sheriff of tho county to
meet the Incoming Judge with a body
of men, armed with Javelin, at the
border of the county which he waa
leaving, In order to conduct him In
oreiy to me place in wiitcii lie waa
by n woman namou
vi nd other women namiid llnbo,
fl0"' .... ...,i iiiwiihiir woman
.mil Bonn "
'..! afflnnt vlnlttul n Iiouho north
jAtlMt monllonotl houno, run by t0 rMldf duf fh tem
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fOPtn Bu ..-....--, iitbiiiii; vullll, ami IHIIIC 10 DI B
rtry inipnmnjr ceremony, un one oc
' cnnloii, CO yean ago, the office of high
thcrlff woe Oiled by a baronet, who
awaited the Judge at the county bor
der with IS Javelin men, 40 servants,
100 tenant, hie entire family (filling
stately carriage), trumpeters In two
j detachment, two prominent editors In
! Ibvlr currlnee. and several of tho
Helen Marshall Pratt
' t f0und four underworld worn
T .li. .ni.i roBort, nnd that tho
. .I.n iu,ut..tll UfllM I'ntirl.
of one oi in" - -
..nr.nlil boy In alleged to
..i mm thu latlur nloco.
UTe menu" - - ,
tiiui w"0 B0,d "'luor ttl onco
n. nuchcus of AoHlu, who would county gentry.-
' " . .. ... ... I.. l K'L.l.nlaa
uimt Quoen or miiy m um ovnv, -
(dbeabdlcatlon of King Victor Km-
lliW and tho uccohIoii of lil
kmIii, Iho Duko of AoMtn, to tho)
i nf ilm ttiftuf rttit fi fl
Arose, is no "' "'" '"""- ..'"" "-
,Si women of Kuroiwim. royally,
jtlian Orleiinn prlncoeB, dnuKhtur
i the lata Count of Parle, and
.gel her Klrlhood In KiiKlnnd,
litre her futhor wnH HvInK In nxllo.
tl(duchc88 Ih caiwcliilly fninoim iih
I ill ftmo hunter Hhu Iiiih iiimlo
tujbuntlni; trips to Abyiwlnlii and
ae Interior of Africa, HpondliiK
U In thu JuiikIo, with no other
tcspanlon tlmn an KukIIhIi lady In
u'tlig anil (ho iiiitlvo uticiHlimtH
ul fuldes. '
MUST TAKE TIME TO THINK
Scientist Explain! Why Men Who Do
Oreat Thing Have to Have
K tbe IlunncNU hiiHbnuil, and wlfn
use to tho nmcliiHlon that tlioy
vt not suited to uach othor tholr
rroceduro of illvnrco Ih Hlmplo mid
(Ml Tho wifo iIooa not i;o to lior
ktjer, hut to tho tallow-chandler,
rroin him bIic olitaliiH two llttlo
asdles. Tliuso ho brliiKH homo,
d tbe nml lior huHbanl nit down
n Ike floor, placint; tho ciindlcii ln
Ue them, Ono "audio roprcscnlts
lit huibanil, nno the wife. 'I'huy
i'fll(hltd at 'its Hiimo iiiciuont, '.inu
a? owner of t'ie ono which noes
to kites th' lioure, taking only
lior bcr clollion, whllo the ownr
4 the moro eiulitrlin: eatullo ,m
ulu alw tho ownor nt tho lioiiau
ultll that It contains.
It iih mild by Helinholtz, on hi
eeveiitluth birthday, necordliiK to Dr.
(Iritlimn I.iiNk, In nil mlilrcHH printed
In Hclenee, that n creut Idea bud never
come to him when he wit a nt IiIh dynk,
nnr when he wan tired, nor after tnk
lntr a tliiKH of ulne, but ustiully when
he wax walking In the cnnlen musim;
jif other IhliiK. Dr. I.uak Roen en:
'The mleiitlut nnmt have lelHiire to
tlilnl; over the probli'iiiR which offer
iiuil he must have a certain dlxcrlml
natloii In order to dlhtlnnulHli between
the thlucM which are worth doliiK and
thuxe hleh are not. To ilit this re
iliilrex a certain ilelay In net Ion In
order that plans may be matured. The
Individual who run not lie huppy un
less he Is nt work nt full power all
the (trie Is nun li less likely to ac
complish miccesfftil K'lentltlc work
than he who will not commence n
research until he has willsMcd himself
that It I worth ilnlnc. It l 't to be
denied that tlilx chhciiUiiI iiiiillllentloi
of nclentlllc life l frequently regard
edvllh neiirn by the busy irnctttloner
of medicine, who give lilmseir no
time either for ihoiiRht or study."
Klamath Falls Music House
Geo. A. Wirtz, Prop.
Phone 125 73$ Main St.
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In tho Jowol collection or tho
DiicIiohb of Nowcastlo Is a wonder
ful coronet with u feather eight In-
FOR SAMO 1918 Dodge enr In A-l
condition, auto rolic, U. C. Smith
ahnt gun, coat, camping equipment,
now floss mnttresM, bud and spilr.R."
plllowfl, waffle Iron, dishes, bookH,
tools, otc. Cnll after 10 a. m.
1125 Mnln St., K. G Argravc3
I1AUOAIN Upright plnno In good
condition for J1&0. Inquire 1020
Main street. G-3t .
WANTKD Ilonrd and Toom in pri
vate family for brother and sis
ter. Itox 001 or Phono G4. 5-2t
In tho County Court of tho Stato of
Try 'em. Iloraia Want Ada.
'.The Neatest Place in Town'
I nrnrnft Wnr thn Pniintv nt Klnmnlh.
choa long made entirely of din- ,n U)0 Mattor t tho Eatut0 nn(
inonds. Guardianship 'of Lawrence Fred
Snndorson nnd Dorothy Gertrude
Notice is hereby given that Cora
A. Snndorson, guardian of tho afore
said minors has filed her final ac
count nnd acknowledgement of
settlement, nnd Hint tho 5th tiny of
January, 1920, at tho Hour or
i p. m. of said day, has been appoint
or! I ed by snid Court for hearing ob
jections to said account and tho
Any person interested In said es
tuto may, on or before said dnto, flip
his objections, In writing, thereto,
or any particular item thereof,
specifying particulars of said ob
jection. COrtA A. SANDERSON.
' E wish to call your attention to the
tact that wnen you nave inea our
FRENCH PASTRY then alone
will you be satisfied.
Our Bill of Fare for Sunday Special
Dinner will appear in each Friday edi
tion of The Herald. We are sure we
can tempt you when it comes to food.
We know how.
All Dlcllke Red. i
Red hns been called the king of
color. The hull Is not the only cren- ,
turc that resents red; the elephant,
the horse, the dog, the cock, nre all
alike In lid- respect. It Is Mifllcicnt. i
for eynmplu. to cover the doors nnd j
skylights of n kennel with red ran- ;
lerlnl to cause Incessant barking nnd t
commotion union:: the dogs confined I
therein. A cpldcr and a wnsp, con-
fined In a glass case, are reported to
have dwelt happily together until a
red cloth was placed against the side)),
when the Insects tackled each other
nt once nnd a light to the death
Knowledge Is more then mere sagac
ity. Animals nnd snvngea display this
in remnrknble degree. Real knowl
edge Is due to familial Its' with mentnl
and physical properties. It knows the
relations of materials and the reac
tions of their mutual contact. Knowl
edge Is the child of experience and the j
product of mentnl digestion of facts. t
This takes time' and toil. It submits
the learner to .situations and suhmls-
.slons the average man revolts from, i
That's why It Is that few gain power. I
They are unwilling to pay the price of
FACING DEATH DID HE. QUIT?
" Winning Stroke "
A William Fox Production
The Thrilling story of a college hero
AT MOOSE HALL
Every Tuesday and Saturday Nights
And No Foolin'
Be Master of Yourself.
To ho able to keep cool when all the
world goes mud shows mental grasp
and genuine bigness. This grows with
tho yenrs. It becomes n part of the
nature. Newly dubbed nristoerncle
and the victims of sudden wealth usu
ally betray their plebeian origin b.r
their cultivated show of authority.
Where the blood tells It rises with
might to occasions, hut seldom allows
Itself to get ruflled without ocensfhn.
And what a spectacle one can make
of himself by getting till stqwed about
nothing or losing his temper on some
little thing that approximates the zero
murk. The really big character is
slow to anger nnd Irritates little dubs
iiv Ms Runerior calm control. At the
same time the exhibition of mnstery
challenges the secret admiration of all.
"Why Is Mrs. Gadder going homo to
"She told Mr. Gadder she would like
to take a llttlo trip next summer
one that wouldn't cost more than
"And what did Gadder say?"
"The heartless brute replied : 'I see
by the.papers that the trolley car Repr
ice la going to be Improved." Birming
All His Worldly Goods.
"Was your wlfo pleased with your
raise In salary?" asked White.
"I hnven't told her yet, but she will
bo when bhe knows it," answered
Brown. tl .
"How la It that" yon haven't told
"Well, I thought I would enjoy It
myself a little while first."
Cash and Carry Store
P. C. KNIGHT, Prop.
Phone 485 119 N. Fourth St.
Just Back of the First National Bank
A now shipments just received
by express Almonds and Wal
nuts, Almonds 38c
Fresh California stock.
Our talk to you is to save you
dollars and cents; therefore como
to the store and seo our wonder
ful prices, or call up nnd ask us
Afcood line of tho best Pickles,
in bottle and bulk. Fancy homo
cut Sweot Pickles. Sour and Dill
Pickles in bulk.
while they last
1 lb. 15 oz. Jar, 93c
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF PICK
LED PIGS' FEET in BULK. A
VERY GOOD STOCK OF THEM.
2 lbs. for $1.45
This year's crops of Dried Fruits
Peaches, Apricots, Prunes 'and
Raslns. Seeded and Thompson's
The Cash and Carry Store is the
place where, you can't go wrong
on anything yoa want or buy. Use
Special at 25c
Is 35c, 2s 42c 228 48c
HAM AND BACON
Swift's Premium Hams and Ba
con at the special prices we are
offering them cannot be beaten.
Ham 40c lb, Bacon 65c lb
Sauer Kraut and Peanut Butter.
We have the best in tho city In
The reason we can save you
money on your groceries is be
cause wo have no Hired Help, No
Deliveries and Very Low 'Rent.
DON'T FORGET THE STORE
WITH THE UNION CARD.