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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
i! LARGE RETURNS FROM MINT'
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? United StAtei Supplies Dttll
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pormlnt Oil for
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Special Sunday Dinner
Crab Flake Cocktail
. - Soup
Chicken Okra with lttco
Ripe Olives Dill Pickles
Celery nnd Apple '
Your Choice of.
Young Klamath Tom Turkey," Oyster Dressing;
Supreme of Chicken Fricassee, a la Peasant,
Cranberry Sauco ?
Creamed Whipped Potatoes, Sifted Peas in Cream
Dessert . -Your
aiome Made Pumpkin Pie Diplomatic Pudding
Tin hulk Of the poppormlnt oil of
the world Is produced on the mucU
lauds of Mtuthwc-storn Michigan miiiI n
fow comities or northern Indiana. The
total u-nrlj product In estimated at
MHUHH) pound"". Thoro are two varl-'
ctUx oi poppeimlnt. tl- Amrrlcnn nml
the Ktigltsli or Mltehem. The latter
l hit1 nltim-i superseded the Anierlran i
neing neuor iiiiipii to our son mi"
.ollmato. and favored by the trade. It
Is tiNn hardier and yields larger crops.
Tho Ideal mint farm W one having l
hoth high land and mnek toll, which Is j
a distinct adMititiigc on account f the,
rotation and Iiiiiiiuh In (lie soil. do-
enjed ogetntloii helng essential to the,
peppermint crop. Hy the use of print
er amounts and kinds of commercial
l firilllrer. I. .to crops of mint can he I
-i grown for muny ears in succession
J on the Mime ground. The mint plant,
after the oil Is removed, makes a eryl
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. 1 Ml "Ml iltill- IVVH HM !,- w . t -, ...
nmiut (lie same amount oi iooii aiuu
as an iier. of ordinary meadow land,
divides The oil. Thus two profits are
harxoMod from one acre of peppermint.
An acre of peppermint will yield
from "0 to 00 pounds of oil, while a
vocond cutting "III yield from six to
'20 pounds extra. The farmer need'
no otm equipment tti grow this crop
than found on the ordinary, farm ex
cept a small still to roll no the oil. In
MUlilgnii and Indiana from 'JO to UH
faruurs co-opeinto In the operation of K
stills handling from :0 to 100 acres ,.f
peppermint in the onevmlll. It Is now
n large Inilustry.
In connection with this special dinner we will also
serve our regular popular-priced menu.
tahllshment of a Mcnuonlte sottle-
meat in that section of southern
KIO DEJANERIO, Nov. IT. (By Brazil. If conditions are found
Mail.) Johann P. Wall and five' favorable, it is said, cxtcnslvo tracts
. .. ... ,.., of land will be purchased.
other representatives of the Sen- m
nonites of the United States are Tho Heram would brln(T
holding conference with state oiu- cheer from Klamath County;
dais at Porto Algre.
Grande do Sul,
State of Rio only during the Christmas season.
looking to the es- out during every day In tho year.
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Why Not A
Trunk, Suit Case of Bag for Xmas?
Something that you need every day of
the year. See the new styles we have
Exclusive on Belber Luggage
STILL USE ST. BERNARDS
Tunnels, However, Have Greatly De
creased Hla Importance In
Although the tunnels width now con
nect Switzerland with Italy have
greatly decrea-ed the Importance of
the St. Hernard and other passes, .pe
clally during the eight mouths of snow.
It Is still deemed advisable to employ
St. llerunnl ilojn. It Is no longer cus
tomary, however, to send out the dogs
alone with baskets or rood and drink;
a man nlways accompanies them.
Tho.-t' dugs are not really or the ra
nous old St. ISermird breed. That
originated In the fourteenth century,
through a crnhs' between a shepherd
dog from Wale and a Scandinavian
dog whose parents were a Great Inline
and a I'jrenonn mastiff. The last pure
descendant of this tribe was burled
under tin nvalnnche In 1S10. Fortu
nately, there were found subsequently
at Marllgny nml on the Sltnplon pass
a few dogs which, by crossing with,
mates from Wales, yielded the modern
St. Bernard dog, which Is physically
even stronger Ihnn his medieval
namesake, and shares most of bit
Tom Sawyer . Grown Up.
,So;neuhat reminiscent, of tbemeth
od of one Tom Sawyer, Vho did not
enjoy whitewashing the picket fence,
was 'the means"" adopted by an In
genious ofttcln I at the scliool field meet
on Ilelle Isle Friday. This Individual
hnd charge of 'the bug man-power
clock, mounted ntup a .hjgh. platform,
which required hli-attendance'at flre
mlnute Intervals to adyance, the
hands. He' noted that several pho
tographers were looking longingly at
the pteplndder he used, In mounting to
the, clock, , and whenever one, of them
n'pprnached to borrow the ladder be
would anticipate the reqneat with a
statement that they -could take It for'
five minutes If they would ''first go up
and move the elock hands for lilto. it
ceremony which he directed from a
shady position on the ground.--Detroit
Free Prei. '
The llliKjtrntloti on the current doV
lar stamp in China represents the
arch of the Temple of Confucius at
The Sultan of F.gypt recently sent
MOO to n dealer In Philadelphia for
11 rare Egyptian stamps. It Is said
the sultan possesses the most valu
able collection of Egyptian stamps In
The 10 cent red strimp Issued by
lielgliim on July 10, 1010, was com
pletely sold out In five duj'H. There
were only -Wt.OOO copies printed and
only live stamps were allowed to be
sold to one person.
New stamps are appearing for the
city of- Flume bearing the words
Tofjte Flume" liihtead of "Flume."
The gentleman burglar flashed his
lamp In the startled eyes of tfie
aroused head of the family.
"Where's your vuluables?" ho de
"For heaven's sake, don't shoot 1"
,plcoded the victim. "My Jewels are
In that box on the bureau; my money
Is In the handbag on the dresser; my
hiifcband's watch "
Impatiently shooting a hole In the
pillow, the burglar snapped:
"Don't kid me I asked you where
you keep your butter and eggs!"
Eut with a shriek of desperation
the woman leaped upon him, for that
was too much, too utterly much I
Subscribe for the Herald.
A "small black" of Folger's Golden
A- Q:Ooci cigar, l nil J
batisiaction ! r H
You should be particular about
coffee. You will like Folger's Golden
Gate- vhether you drink it with
cream cr without.
(t0 Mote, e Bagrangfe
1 1 s VACUUM PACKED
Phonooraph Repeats Record.
Whep 'the needle comes to Hie end
of Its travel and the music rraes the
irtvner of a pbonogrnph (s)iilpped w'fh
a new nttiichment. snys I'opolnr
sferhanlcf inngazltie, takes no , heH.ij
nnd a moment later the machine F)nJ
pisyipg ine same a r oyer agn'n
Tlds Interesting result Is aehlfyeil by'
means of a metnl arm pivoted at n"
point outside the turntable. Its Inner'
en J -resting upon tho projecting tip 'f
the spindle. At the cndf the record
the traveling sound Ikix engage m
trigger which nrjunles n vrrlli-al
screw, and the tnejnl arm rlea, lift
Inx, the rieedje from the retsird, Th
eonnfl Itox slides ha along the In-'
clliied nnn to Its starting position,
the descending arm replaces the'ncdi!
4ccurately In the outer groove, and the'
music goes on.
Wealth In Waste.
The foundation of some of the most
prosperous corporations were laid In
utilization of what wits formerly
wnste. The field Is sr'll open to thn
southern pine lumbermen. The nnnunl
cut averages 1.1.000.000.000 feet,
board measure, and for one foot that
goes to the lumber piles two go to
woMo. Chemists would say this was
not waste, but wasted raw material
for vast quantities of paper, twine,
bags, pulp boards, turpentine, rosin,
pine oil, charcoal, tar, varnish, ethyl
alcohol and acetic acid. Yet lumber
men throw away this great source of
wealth and complain of the high cost
of producing lumber. Wall Street
Jut to reminfl you to
watch our advcrtiicmcnto
on our big
Opportunities df a life-time.
Myriad of Snowballs.
A singular phenomenon, reported to
science by I.. IS. Woodman, was wit
nessed last March around Hangor and
Orono. Maine. A four-Inch fall of
snow was followed by high wind, and
occasional gusts caught up large Makes
ami rolled them over In the damp top
layer, forming n myriad of snowballs
from two Inches to nearly two feet In
dlainetir. The triangular trail of one
was .10 feet long. The balls were
largest on downward slopes, nnd a
meosured pne hod a horizontal diam
eter of 20 Inches and u vertical dlnio
etcr of J4 Inches.
I Central Outfitting Co.
Subscribe for tho Herald for your
Eastern relative or friend. Thoy
would owe you an evolastlug debt
Have an Oil Heater
too warm to have i tho furn
going. Wo have tlie",
at) protty as a ."""' n.
vory Httlo oil and or
tood to ho frco ".Hfth.
Hindi. Don't wait till
family have colds. Oct o"
ROBERTS & HANKS
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