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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
At The Liberty Wednesday
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A. -.. GEORGES 'CLEMaTNCEAU.
William Fox special '
At The Liberty Wednesday
TliU l good wood If bought early anil dried. Do nut
Inlay your orders, as you must buy early If you want
rlini wood Fuel will lut hlKliitr next winter Itian last,
an feed, labor mul freight arc higher.
Wo aro iroinri'il to kIyo you iiulck lurvlcn anil tlia lot
of wood. Our prices, are cheap on block wood alio.
Ordrr now aid bo prepared.
O. Peyton & Co.
"WOOII TO IIUItN"
ANCIENT AND MODERN NAMES
WrIUp Contends That Preient.Day
Apptllatloni Lack ths Euphony
of the Oldn Tlmts.
Speaking of Now Krtgland names,
Hit' genealogical column! of tho Tran
script nru Indeed n standing proof
Hint I Im seventeenth nnd eighteenth
century mime possessed much more
of fiuip, flavor nsd euphony tlinn our
twentieth century nnrricd possess.
I'lck up tho genealogical depart
incut nt random any day and you
will find such flno and resonant name
as llctacy Keyed, I'atty Jlollirook, 8u
wnntin Gates, I'olly Arnold, Darius
Dewey, I'rudenco Hand, Thankful
Hnwjer, Tlinnkful Nowcotnb, Hannah
I'lke. Dchornh Clark, and Jonathan
lllrh nil of which are from ono re
cent column. It In truo that tho name
column contain nuines which are not
exiiclly euphonious, and aro Indeed
rather bard nut to crack; these, for
example: I.safy Itullard a woman;
whence the name of Leafy Hotsol
lllgglns, Kpnrrow lllgglns, Abigail
Niitdi, Zerulah Jewel, and Alcy Lock
wood. In the previous number of Iho
nine department arc found the name
Content Drown. Tahltha lloldredge.
and Keturuli ISassctt.
Tim Nomad onco encountered In nn
old book tho namo of Cumllln Scud
der. Won there ever a awlftcr name
than that? And what about tho name
of Hepzlbah llntlmway of New Hed
ford, found In Kmcry's book on the
llimhiiid llt-lrs The Nomad In Boa
Call ui any hour day or night
for prompt forvlco, careful, po
lite, experienced drivers; high
clan touring car for out of
town trip. Ilaggago stored free
for 90 day. Itoaiouablo rates
for city and out of town trip.
Call us on phono C13 for prompt
CENTRAL AUTO SERVICE
TUE8DAV, AVQVflT 17, 1
TO IMI'ltOVK IIKItDH
BABICATOON, Bask., Aug. 17
The Haskutchowaii government will
bi naked to Impost) a tax on ovoryono
who Iiuh a acrub bull In hla posses
slon, It was dccldod at b recent meet
ing of tho oxecutlvo commlttco of tho
HaNkatchowan Cattlo Uroodora' aa-
isoclatlon In Ilcglna. It alio was do
icldcd to coopernto with tho 8as
ikutehowan Stock Qrowars assoAa-
Ulon In making representations to tho
government to Increaso tho flno for
ullowlng scrub bulls to run at largo.
uvtAuO.31 wis M .e 1
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AU Winter Long
Juit a criip, tender and delicious
as (reth kilted and fried in season.
Kerr Wide Mouth Maion Jars with
pojltivc, airtight teal, admit pieces
whole and keep without the sliitht
ctt mould or spoilage. Alio take
peaches and other Urge fruits
whole. Easy to clean; they admit
the hand. Your dealer has tlienf
or can get them from nearby iour
bers: accept no subititute. Sent
for free recipe book. Addrets,
KERR GLASS MFG. CO.
Saal Springs, Oklahoma
Portland, Ora. Los Angeles, C-
Sand $6,000 a Ton.
Wilmington, Del., tins a dozen of
the most expensive sand piles In the
world. It cost (0,000 a ton, soya the
The reason for this, and Incidentally
n reason for high-priced gloves, was
revealed (lie oilier day by a prominent
Wilmington Is the chief glazcd-kld
center In Hie United Slates. About '.1)
per cent of tho raw skins entering the
United State come from China and
tire Imported at tho rato of about tl
"Wliat, then." asked tho. merchant,
"would be more natural to tho cun
ning celeslliils than to Increaso the
ttelclil of tliu skins by sprlnkllug aaud
on I hem 7"
That Is Just what happens nnd the
result Is huge piles of sand at receiv
ing plants here, whero (lib hides are
dried and prepared for manufacture.
Origin of Surnsmss.
No one can say with any certainty
when the pnuilcu of taking a surname
. becumo general. The Greeks, Assyri
ans. Kcyptlans and other ancient peo-
. pies bud no surnames; the Inter., Ho-
mans bad each one real personal tin me.
to which they sometimes added n clan
iiuino or uomen. n family mime or
cognomen and a nickname or agno
men. The personal or ChrMlmi name
was the only mime rccoguUi-d by i-urly
Kugllsh law, surnames being words of
description used to Identify mtmI7h nl
the same name from each oilier. The
Normtilis had Introduced Into Kiiglninl
(lie Imlill of using surtiauii-s. lint tlili
was conllneil to the upper cla-i"i. II)
degrees eeli the enmmon people ho
gnu to be distinguished by iiiiinei re
ferring to eTMiml cluirarterMlii. as
Ahustrong, rank or profession nr
Siultb, fiillier's nnme as Jackson, etc.
Fish and the Ancients.
The ancient Itutiinns thought very
highly of fish, uni' nt hlg Imiicpii'is
hrlllltiut tUh were shonii to the guests,
nlle. ij n n-llsh. then were mt1
i -(Hiked nfter the soup. Apletw offered
ii prlre to liny culinary nrtlHt who
would Invent a new mnrlnmte com
Hounded of Ihcrs of the red mullet.
'I.ucuIIuh hud a canal cut through a
mountutn so that llsh might he trmis
lortiil more easily to the pontls In his
gardens near Naples, llortenslus wept
over the death of n pet turbot while
tho dnughtcr of Drums adorned a fu
lorlte fish with a collar of gold.
gasoline with a
' of boiling points.
STANDARD OIL CO, )
The vegetable beef-steak grows on
the oak tree. It Is fungus, which Is
dark red above und tlesh-ioloivd
nelow. When It Is cut through, the
hltornntu dark und light streaks ex
actly resemble the Joint from which It
gets Its name. It Is u wholesome ar
ticle of food.
During u wet' season this fungus
grows nbout seven feet from the
ground. It inuy be broiled, Mewed,
Wed, or, .If preferred, treated like
beetroot and added to the salad bawl.
A man is at old aa hla organs; ho
can ba aa vigoroua and healthy at
70 aa at 35 if he alda hla organa in
performing their function. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
Tha world's standard rsmtdy for kidnty,
livsr, bladdsr and uric add uoublsi
alnca IMSicorractadlaorderai atlmuUtsi
vital organ. AU drugfUta, thrsa aista.
NOTICK TO CltKDITOIlH
In tho County Court of the State of
Oregon, foritho County of Klamath.
In tho mutter of tho ostato of
Hiram C Chamberlln, decoosod.
Notice la hereby given by tho un
dcrslgnod, administratrix of the es
tnto of Hiram C. Chamberlln, do
ceased, to tho creditors of and all
persons having claims ugalnst the
said deceased, to exhibit such claims,
with the necessary vouchers, within
six months after the first publication
of this notice to tho said administra
trix, at tho offlco or Wilson 8. Wlloy,
Attorney at Law, Odd Follows' Build
Ing, Klamath Falls, Oregon, which
said offlco tho undersigned selects
us hor place of business In all mat
ters connected with tho aald citato of
Illram C. Chamberlain, deceased.
First notice published 10th day of
LAUHA B. CIIAMBEIILIN,
Administratrix of tho Estate of
Illram C. Chamborlln, deceased.
For Plumbing, Heating and ?
- Repair Work
CALL OR PHONE
PHONE 485 ;
1 19 FOURTH ST. KLAMATH FALLS
In tho County Court of the State
of Oregon for Klamath County.
In the Mattqr of tho Estate ot
deorgo c. Mitchell. Deceased.
To J. C. Mitchell. Ben C. Mitchell,
dene. Lommon, J. II. Mitchell, Fleda
Morgan, Mary Ann Pitney, Inus Flan
agan, Myrta McFadden and A. M.
Collier, guardian ad litem of Garri
son Claudo Mitchell, a Minor.
Greeting, In tho Name of tho Stato
You and each ot you are hereby
cited to appear In the Court rtoora
of tho abovo entitled court at the
County Court House at Klamath
Falls, Klamath County, Oregon, at 2
o'clock p. m. on September 18, 1920,
nt tho September term ot this Court,
1920, not less than ten days after tho
sorvlcu ot this citation upon you, to
ahow cause. It any exlat, why this
court should not make an order to
soil, ap prayed for In tho petition,
filed herein, licensing and empower
ing Leslie. Ttogors. Administrator
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Mr. George A..Wirtz of the Klamath Falls Music j ''
nouse, nas returned irom oan r rsncisco, wiia t ;x
Mr. J. G. Ramer, of the old and well known
house of .
ShermanJpay & Co.
with a complete line of Piano Players and Silent
Pianos, as well.
The famous Pianolas are endorsed and used
by the government, as well as many of the great
artists in the profession.
We do not give 25 per cent off, but give you
actual cost of all articles sold with a cast iron
guarantee. Al 1 high grade instruments sold on
payments to suit '
Come and be convinced as to character and
make of these goods now on sale.
KLAMATH FALLS MUSIC HOUSE
122 South Sixth Street
with tho will annexed of the aald
estate, to soil at private sale, upon
the terms prescribed tty tho court,
the following described lands and
real estate, to wit:
Lot 4 In Dlock 84, In Klamath Ad
dition to Klamath Falls, Oregon, ac
cording to tho duly recorded plat
thereof on fllo In the office of the
county clerk for Klamath County,
Orvon. together with the tenements.
hereditaments, aad awrteaaatu
thereto belonging or la aay wla aa
This citation la leased aaraaaatlta
an order of the above aatltled Ceart
made and entered In the above aa
titled estate and matter oa the Tta
day ot Auguat, 1920.
C. R. DeLA?..,
(SEAL) County Clerk.
Just a night flash by fast mail to uncork
you a real fuss-stirring idea that has five
Now, bolt this dewn: no two people,
unless they run a circus or write. encyclo
pedias, ever agree offhand on which is a
camel and which is a dromedary when you
line the two up and check off one hump on
one and two humps on the other. You
can't do it with the sun shining!
, Spill this "hump" question first time
you're in a bunch of live ones if you
want to see fur fly! Never. heard such a
wind-jamming-squall in my life'as-tonight
when I passed it to our crowd! You know
Betty Ellen Jones. Well, she said a drome
dary was a he-camel hunting a date in
the desert! And, Betty's "Vassar, 20"
rah, rah! All right, Btty!
All you've got to do is dig out your deck
of Camel cigarettes. That "bird" out front
clinches the argument apparently butl
In the classic language of bigger business
' circles "you tell 'em Cricket, Katy did!" '
Report your luck quick. Try it on old
Jig Jones! And listen, Peter. Ill shortly
slip you some smoke news that'll make
.Jake's ideas rattle like a tin can tied to a
towser dog s tail! S'longt
Yours for warm socks