The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, July 24, 1920, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Family Health
One of the chief advantages of Islco.thoEtectric
Cold-Maker, is that its cold is dry cold.
Every houiewife knowsthatdampnessand melt
ing ice arc inseturablc. With Isko rcfrieration
all kinds of food are kept fresh and dainty,
indefinitely.
Furthermore, it is easier to keep your refrigera
tor sweet 4ml ckan where there arc no messy
drainpipes, dampness and drip-pans.
Isko fits any rcfrtaern'ot. It runs by electricity.
Ileitis automatic it needs no watching or thought
or attention.
Sec Isko, the scientifically simple Cold-Maker,
today. I'rompt installations are possible if you
place your order before the hot weather rush.
Isko comes in larucr size for commercial use.
Scpd for our booklet, "Klcctric Refrigeration."
Agents for Southern Oregon
PEOPLE'S ELECTRIC STORE
Phone 12212 W. Main St.
A. B. Cunningham, Prop Med ford, Oregon
Hy LONH, HTAH
'Twih n wintry dny in,sfmimor,
Tim rnln wan snowing rant;
Whun ii barefoot hoy with shoos on.
Hut MumlliiK on Urn grim. '
Wlillo tlio organ pooled potatoes,
I.nrd wan rendered by tlm choir,
Wlillo tho Kiixton runic tlm dish-rag,
Hoinooni) sut tlm cliiirch on flru.
"Holy smoke" Urn preacher shouied,
Anil In tho rush ho lout his hair,
Now IiIh hnail resemble Honvon,
For there Is no purlin thorn.
Postscript
Seule:
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to tho nliovo by Fred
Home boauty spots ware on nor bust
i.xposod to ov'r wintry gimtr
A corset tightened round hor llvor
Hold hor ho light sho couldn't shivor,
Iter skirl a foot nliovo hor shoo
Kxponod two splndlo ntinnkn to vlow,
Which, clad In hnso or flimsy Inco
Mft ot tier modosty no trace.
Strange fatn thon caused what sho
most feared
All hor false beauties disappeared.
Hho was a phantom no dollght
I turnod and cursed her out of night.
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AT THE THEATERS
death which happonod In his.
birth,
At forty-odd befell;
Thoy, went and told tho sexton,
And tbo sexton tolled tho boll.'
Indignant Ilrldogreom: " Look
horn you nnver told me you bad
any children,"
Kx-Morry Widew: "Oh. they'rcl
nil iiuch llttlo one I didn't think It
worth while mrntlonlng them."
Thoy my tho only truo erltlcliim
I that ot n wholly disinterested cri
tic, who haii nothing at stake and
dons not fnar to toll tho truth. If
tbnt In tho case, a letter which drift'
d Into the Kow York office of tho
Hnalart Picture Corporation several
weeks ago from a writer In Holly
wood, California, contalna about the
alncorest pralso for the work of little
Miss Mary Miles Winter which could
bo Imagined. For the writer In
question bad no as to grind either
with Mlaa Mlnter or the Realart
company. He merely la an Interested
obaerver of picture people and tbelr
work In general, an Intereated by
atander at picture-making, and nat
ually, from hla acquaintance with
the work of many atara, aomewhat of
a critic.
It happened that ho aaw the first
run of the finished film, "A Cumber-
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Listen to this one folka, Ha a
dandy. Wo have some surgeons our
aelves right here In Klamath Falls,
but wo can't hold a candle to the fel
lows who fixed this bird up.
William Monro, aged 9G, formerly
a cltlien of Cedar Itaplds, but now, land Romance," an ..adaptation from
residing in cniumiius, driving a mo novel, a. Mountain r.uropa, uy
grocery truck, shot himself alx times John Fox, Jr. And ho thought
Monday, and ho has a good chanco of enough ot It to write tho following
recovery, In a ery short time Hls(lottor to Realart, tho very name day:
ulfH und tlin-i) children were all III "A Cumberland Romanco" Is In
wltTi tho Flu nnd ha became despond- my opinion tho greatest picture Mary
nt. Ho shot hlmsolf four timer Mile Mlnter has ovor dona and I.tlons,
through tho head, nnd two times think I bavo seen hor In most of her
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this fine production. He gives the
etar every possible opportunity, but
be does not destroy dramatic values
by lessening the scenes belonging to
other characters, all of whom bare
strong rolea which are convincingly
played.
"My opinion la that 'A Cumber
land Romance' la a 'knockout.'"
O. A. C GRADUATES
HOLD GOOD JOBS
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, July 24. Gradu
ates In soils In the 1920 class are now
In responsible and remunerative post
Warren Hunt
Hospital
A thorooghly equipped lastKutle
affording unexcelled faclUtle tor ate)
scientific treatment by hospital metis
ods of medical, surgical and obstet
rical cases.
The new and modern fireproof buOoV
Ins contains private rooms for he
and ambulatory cases, completely
equipped examination and treatment
rooms. Roentgen Ray, clinical
research laboratories).
I through tlm heart, nnd after being photoplays. No one can accuso hoi
fronted at tho Columbus hospital was of being a 'doll' In this picture She
nblo to walk homo tho samo day.
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Hl'MMONH FOR I'UIIMCATION
No. IIH.1 Kqulty
In tho Circuit Court of the State
f Oregon for Klamath County
Fred L. Houston, Plaintiff, va
Daniel L. lord on and Nallio Gordon,
nusiisml and wife, C. N, Gordon and
I.ucy I, Gordon, husband and wife,
Itobocca Jatin Gordon-Pratt, widow,
Laura Hiiirmnn-lloss, and A. II Hess
wlfii and husband, Hykua Hamaker
and Kthol llamakof, husband
rife, Genrgo Hherman and
and
Sherman, husbnnd nnd wife, Leonard
Hherman and Faunle Sherman, hus
band and wife, heirs at law of Sarah
A. Gordon, doceasod; and tho Un
known Heirs at Law of Sarah A.
Gordon, deceased. Defendants
In the name of tho State of Oregen:
To Daniel L. Oordon, Nellie Gor
don, C. N. Gordon, Lucy I, Gordon,
Rebecca Jane Oordon-I'ratt, Laura
Sherman-Hess, A, II, Hnaa, Ooorgo
Sherman and Sherman, hla
wife, Leonard Sherman, and Fannin
Sherman; and to the unknown heirs
at law of Sarah A. Gordon, deceased
You and each of you are hereby
required to appear and answer tbe
oemplalnt filed against you In tbo
above entitled ault, on or before July
II, lift), that being the laat day of
tho time prescribed in tbo order for
vabllcatloa of thU oummoas. And If
you fall to to answer or appear, for
waai iBoreor, me piaintiR will apply
to tho Court for the relief prayed for
BIG EATERS GJ
KIDNEYTROUELE
Tho American men and women
snuat guard constantly against Kid
soy trouble because wo oat too much
sand all our food Is rich. Our blood
la filled with urlo acid which the kid
era strive to niter out, they weaken
from overwork, become sluggish;
the ellmlnstire tlasuea clog and tbe
result Is kidney trouble, bladder
weakness and a gonorul docllne in
health.
When your kidnoya fool like
lumps of lead; your back hurts or
tbo urino la cloudy, full of sediment
or you aro obliged to seek relief two
or three times e night; It you suffer
with sick headacha or dlxxy, nervous
apells, acid stomach, or you havo
rheumatism when tho weather is
had, get from your pharmacist about
four ouncaa of Jad Salts; tako a
- tablespoonful In a glass of water be
fore DroMiaat tor a few days ana
?our kldaeya will then, act fine. This
amous salts' Is made from tho acid
f grapes and lemon Jalco, cossMa
4 with llthla, and has bee used
far geaeratloM to flush and stiasa
. Mte cloggsd kidney; to nsutrettse
tho acldala'tpo ttrlio so It no longer
h a ooircr or -irritation; thus" oav
,iag Biaaoer.qisoroers, ,
v Jad Saltils tusmlTafl 'aannot
'ialaro. mak V deBgitf uf1 effelrVea.
,oat llthla-water beverage, aid ho
losuji fas- OTOT-saso,-osoaiar mo-
In hla complaint on file herein, to
wit:
First. That the defendants and
each and all of them bo required to
sat forth the nature of their respective
claims to tho borulnaftnr described
property and enrh nnd all ot tholr
aaid claims, It any they havo, and
that nil adverse claims of tho clef eh
donta, nnd each of them, ho dotor-
mined ny a tiocrco of this Court.
Sucond. That by a decree ot this
Court It be adjudged and determined
that tho defendants and oach and alt
ot them havo no right, title, Interest,
or ostatn In and to tho said premises
or any pan or parcel of said promises
adverse to tho title of plaintiff here
in, and that tho plaintiff bo decree.!
to havu a good and valid title In and
to said dcscrlbod real property, to
wit: Lot Five (6) In Illock Thirty
nine (39) ot tbo City of Klamath
Falls (formerly Llnkvllle), Klam
ath County, State of Oregon, ac
cording to tbe duly recorded plat
thereof;
and that plaintiff have good and
valid title In and to said premises aa
against the said named and.nnnamed
aorenaanta ana each and all ot them
Third. That by a decree of this
Court It be adjudged and determined
that tb defendants and oach and all
ox mens no forever enjoined and
barred from la aay manner assarting
any claim or elalaaa whataoamr ! r
to tho aald premssea herelaahoro do-
senoea, or in or to aay part or por
tion thereof, adverse to the olalatiff :
and for astch other sad farther rtnot
aa so mis uoart may seem meet aad
eqtltaMe; aad (or his coots aid dU-Bstraeaeau-htrola;
ThU sussmoaa la served by publi
cation laereor, in too anreaiag Herald,
a dallr aawspapar, prlated. published
aad of general circulation la Klamath
Coaaty, Orecoa. by order of Honor
able D. V. Kuykendall. Judge, of the
above entitled court, made and filed
Juae ttth, 1920, which said order
requires that this summons bo pub
lished at least once a week for alx
conaecutlve weeks, beginning on the
12th day of June, 1920.
C. F. 8TONB and
W. A. Wleat.
Attornpya for Plaintiff.
Juno 12-1J. 26-3-10-17-24
Tho funeral of Miss
daughter nf the Itov. Thou. Young'
hlood who died lioro 40 years ngo
uum livid Monduy evening on tlm ar
rival of tho train from Frisco.
Is a living, breathing girl who won
derfully expresses tho changes
Youngblood,. wrought In tbo quick-tempered, elo-
mental mountain maid under the
spur of her lovo for tho culturod
man from tho city. Tho criticism
that she Is nover allowed to
i curl out of place' s scotched for all
making a trip time. Sho ACTS. 8ho takes tbe
A traveler was
through "Kalntuck " Moonshine character and sustains It from start
stills provided quantities ot strong 'to finish. In my bumble opinion
whiskey for the mountaineers.
As tho travelor was leaving
there U not a single flaw In a very
tbe -beautiful and gripping pleco ot work.
Inn where ho had lunched, ho aaw
a man Ding sprawled out by tne
roadside. Calling to tho proprietor,
he said, pointing to tho man "la ho
drunk?"
Taking a brief look at tho pros
trate form the landlord aald: "Naw
ho alnt drunk, 1 saw bis finger
moo,"
"To Director Charles Malgno be-
M. M. Alicante of Hollo, P. I., la
assistant In tbo Moro branch export-
, ment station, with a salary ot $125
la month. Walter Williams of Cor
i vallls has been made head of the
department ot agrlculturo In tho
schools of Chlco, Cal.; his salary Is
$2,600 a year. Douglas Ritchie of
Corvallls Is assistant In the soils de
partment at tho college. He receives
$1,800 yearly. S. S, Gossman of
I Wyndmere, N. D., Is manager of a big
ranch at Lodgepole, 8. D.
Merle J. Loasley ot Fort Klamath,
manages a ranch near Merrill, Ore.
H. II. White ot Kerby is managing
Mother may I go out to awlm?
No my darling daughter;
You seem possessed ot too much vim.
There's lea still In the water.
longs a great share of the credit for) nch D" om town. Ralph
STAFF
WARREN HUNT, M. D.
L. L. TRUAX. M. D.
GEO. A. HASSET. If. a
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FOURTH AND PINE 8TS..
KLAMATH 'FALLS. ORB.
TELEPHONE 497
AMBULANCE SERVICE
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Wllloughby of Harrlsburg is farming?
near Coburg. William Ellertsoa of
Clatskanle is wster superintendent ot
the Warm Springs Irrigation district
near Yale.
MimmnmimiimmimmimiMA
A lawyer, a doctor and Fred Soule
sat In a back room at early dawn
surrounded by poker chips, and em
pty bottles.
Aa they sat In alienee a rat scur
rled across tho room and disappear
ed In the darkness.
The three men shifted uneasily In
their chalra, and looked at each oth
er. After a long pause Soule said:
I know what you fellows are think
ing. You think I saw a rat well I
didn't."
(Aad then the light began.)
Incidentally wo Just remembered
that wo promised to give yon a Up
on tho AatedUavlaa. From time to
time wo will give you tlpa so that
you ea tgnre oat for yourself who
he Is; Here's the Irs tip: Ho sells
lite Insurance.
"Just look at that rooster" re
marked tho duck. "Since he's begun
crowing he's had his statue- placed
on top of the barn."
A fat man enjoys one distinct ad
vantage. Ho knowa exactly where
the asbos ot his cigar are going to
land.
tMy oaa mako a aUstako hr havUc
Tho Korean woman has not even
namo. In childhood ahe recenvea
a nlcknanw, by which she Is known
In tho family and by near friends,
but, when she arrives at maturity, it
is employed only by her parents.
To all others she Is "the sister of"
or "tho daughter of" sueh a person.
After her marriage her namo Is bur
led; she is absolutely namoleas. If
t happens that a woman has to ap
pear in a law court, tbe Judge gives
hor a special namo for use while the
oase lasts, la order to save time and
to slmolifr matters.
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a reaiaro or Japanese weaainge is
tho building of a boaflro asado of tho
toys of tho bride.
Makeup
Sho was a phantom of delight .
When first ahe burst upon my sight
Out after sev'ral second looks
Ye Gods! My boy! Also, Qadsooksl!
"Halr-Lustr" brightened up her hair
Which glistened with a brilliant
glare, '
Her eyebrows foil ot Lashbrowlne
Were quite the strangest ever seen.
Soma belladonna by tho drop
Gave her tho look ot taking hop
Tho rougo upm hor chsek and lip
Seemed like a chicken with the pip.
Her teeth were brlghteaed with
some dope'
Not halt so oloaa aa alee white soap,
A wkltooaaasoi on hor skia
MasVd tt appear Uko potwhod tU.
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