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fHE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON,
The Evening Herald
Piallsbed dally, except Bandar. J
raid Publishing Company 01
ath Falls, at 111 Fourth Btreai.
tared at the postofflce at Klam-
Falla, Ore., tor trantmiMion tnru
i malls aa second-class matter.
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Mtltled to tho use tor ropubllcation
af all news dispatches credited to it.
or not otherwise credited In this
paper, and also tho local now pub
HATUHDAY, AUGUST St, 1IW0
Bohemians Fond of Qstss.
A traveler In Bohemia quickly learns
that there arc certain things which
arc essentially Bohemian, writes Ken
act h Itobcrts In the Saturday Eve
ning Post. True llolioiulans eat
enormous quantities of caraway sectU
and goose. When n llolietnlnn cook
prepare anything 'he Instinctively
rraches for the caraway ,sccd lox nnd
heaves n handful of seeds Into the
dish. She uses caraway feeds with
horn dVcuvres, soup, flh, meat, vege
tables, dcserts and cakes.
An fur goose. It Is the common food
la Ilohemla. because everyone raises
geese, nnd, according to Mr. Itoberts,
lease In some form or unothcr Is
eaten at every tueal every day In the
CAN TAKE PRIDE IN HOUSE
Domicile Expresses Personality Thit
Can Be Pleasing, or the Rsvsrse,
aa May it.
Hut the best of a house Is that It
tan an outside personality as well sa
an Inside one. Nobody, not even hliu
.elf. could admire a man's tint from
the street; nobody could look up and
say. "What very delightful people
must lire behind those third-floor win
dows," Here It Is different. Any of
yon ntny tlnd himself some day In our
quiet street, and stop n mement: to
look at our house; at the blue door
with Its Jolly knocker, at the little
trees In their blue tubs Mainline with
in o ring of blue posts linked by
RECALL DAYS OF SPLENDOR
Impty Palacea of Mogul Kings Serve
Only to Bring to Mind Qrandsur
That la Qont.
Should you ever feel Inclined to
verify tnles of "The Thousand and
One IVrslan Days," which usually be-,
Bin with something like "Once upon
n time there was n raja who sat upon
a golden throne, nnd slept upon n
penrl carpet, and built n golden-roofed
pavilion for a beautiful queen." you
may Journey comfortably to India,
tlirn on to Delhi nml Agra, mid son
the empty palaces of the Mogul kings
that nre very little changed save that'
they now reverberate mournfully to
I tlie footfall of uiwti.rii.ututil tiMt nmt
chnlns. nt the bright-colored curtains. ; ,Ir lllltr,0 nnu have been mellowed
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SCRAWLED BY GREAT POET?
Signature of William Shakaipsare, Be-
lltvsd Qsnulnt, Pound en Wall
In Hampton Court
nnd telling each other thnf ou do.
In any rose, we lino tho pleasure
of looking at ourselves, nnd feeling
that we arv contributing sometlilng
to Uuidon. whether for better or for
worse. Wo nre part of a street now,
slid can tnko pride In that street.
Itefore, we were only part of a big
unmanageable building. From "Not
That It Matters," by A. A. Milne.
Somithlng Worth Seeing.
For tourists who drive through the
Cstsklll mountains of New York state.
Asliokau rverolr Is well wutlh a
visit The shore line of the reservoir
la 40 it) lies mid the depth varies from
80 to 200 feet. The width of the
reservoir runs about three miles aver
age. The capacity Is l.TO.OUO.OW.OUU
gallons, from which, says the Automo
bile Iilue Hook, Manhattan may draw
dally r.(X).O0O,0f0.C0O gallons, carried
by aqueduct 175 mites and siphoned
voder the Hudson river near Cold
Springs tn the city proper.
Ono 1915 Ford
Motor Just overhauled
One 1917 Ford Touring
One 18J8 Ford Touring
- good condition
f New Ford Speedster
ew moo.1i Just overhauled, one-man
top, ventilating windshield, new
Dumas called himself a drnmntlc
poet; Hawthorne claimed to bo writ
er of fiction. Both were about equal
ly near the troth. Hawthorne Invent
ed so much fiction as should serve to
Illustrate hll doctrines; nnd ho In
vented It for that purpose. It had a
secondary rank In his thoughts nnd
tn his affections, though It Is prob
able that he was not nwnro of the
fact. He was. Indeed, not a dramatic
poet, not a novelist, not a historian;
he was a moralist, a philosophic moral
ist, calling upon history, fiction, nnd
poetry to Illuminate and enforce his
tenets. Ai an Ingenious moral phi
losopher and essayist, rendering his
teachings Impressive by the use of
fabrics more or less elaborate, he may
of linllnii sun. So writes Klciinor
Mnddock In Asia Miignxlne.
You may walk among the colon
nades of the great hall of audleiir
Inlaid with flowers of lapis Instill. Jade,
topaz nnd cornelian that stem to grow
n hhi the walls and burst Into bloom
on tho wry spot where rested Shah
Julian's 'Tenco;k throne," a llorlllol
four-posted bedstead of solid gold, with
a ponrl-frlnge canopy, upon which the
emperor sat dally to dispense Jnstlro.
his turlmti nhlnxe with diamonds and
his flowered tunic almost hidden bv
rojes of pearl. Ilehlnd him sap
phires, rubles and emeralds glowed
from the outspread lulls of two pen
cocks, mill oer his head bung a par
rot wrought from n single emerald,
holding In Its beak the Koh-t-nor diamond.
The discovery of the signature of
William Slmkei-penre, scrawled )ors
Lugo on the wall of the "haunted gal
ler" of Hampton court, has Just been
made In London. Shakespeare nuthorl
ties pronounce It authentic
Tho disclosure was made when
F.rnest Uiw, the court antiquarian, was
directing the irinintlons. On the wall
of tt.e old retiring room he found, af
ter cleaning It, the letter "8." followed
by Illegible letters, concluding "l;e-
speare," mid beneath the rough sketch
of a bund mid tho date HMO.
It Is a mailer of history that the
Shukespeitro company visited the pal
mi' nt the date set down mill placed
'"Hamlet" before the then King Chris
tian of Denmark. The compiiny dress
ed In tl.o "haunted gallery," near the
great hall where the ploy was enacted.
The gallery, according to ancient
tradition, Is haunted by the ghost of
Catherine Howard, one of Henry VHP
six wles, who was Imprisoned there.
History tells that she escaped from
confinement while the king was pray
ing In his prhate cJiiih'I, and that her
lllgl.t was dlv-ovcred by the court
guard, who dragged her screaming to
the king. Interrupting his devotions.
It was long said that Catherine night
! walked the gallery, shrieking. Tomtit
i to Globe.
LIVES IN CONSTANT DREAD
At No Period of His Life Is the Zulu
Fres From the Fear of
The Zulu baby Is born Into the fcai
of witchcraft; In the fear of witch
craft he grows up and when he sick
ens and Is nlxmt to die, his one thought
well take rank with the most elegant i M n , mM hm
and accomplished writers of his class. ' Htch w chnrm
J. U. ueynoou.
Read not to contradict nnd confute;
out to believe nnd take for granted;
not to find talk and discourse; but 'to
weigh and consider. Some books are
to be tested, others to be swallowed,
and some few to le chewed nnd di
gested; thnt Is, some books are to, be
rend only in parts; others to bo rend,
but hbtvcurlously ; anil some few ts
be rend wholly with diligence nnd at
tention. Some books also may be
rvud by deputy, and extracts mntlo of
them by "others; but Jhey should be
only less Important arguments, and
the meaner sort of books r also dis
tilled books are like common distilled
waters, flashy things. Lord llncon.
One 1918 Ford Delivery
Al condition, new tires
Two IBIS Chevrolets
One 1920 Chevrolet
One Model IG Overland
Demountable wheel sets' at Mesa
thai new Ford wheels;- centrifugal
water circulators that keep your mo
'tor cool, and many other good things
for your Ford.
KLAMATH FALL AUTO CO.
Early Christian Communists..
For over SIX) ears all .Christians
were communists, who held the land
and waters as well as all timber and
precious metals In common. There
were no superior ecclesiastics, among
them. The lot was cast In deciding nil
questions and the assembled commune
Judged alt disputes; and when any de
cision was not well pleasing, the whole
community passed review on It and
reversed or confirmed It according to
the will of all. This bold democracy
was an Inheritance from the Jews and
was held In abhorrence by pagans who
trafficked In land and made profits from
others' labor. Iiolllns' Ancient History.
All his life long he dreads to meet
In lonely places the "Insuelabova"
an Inhuman man. lacking only hair or
fur to make him altogether a lieast n
ort of beast In human form who rides
backward on a baboon, ready tn
pounce upon and make medicine of
the unwary traveler.
In fnnture mnnhoml he suspects his
neighbor, his friend, his brother, nnd
even his wife of having dealings with
makers of charms nnd poisons. He
walks with an uneasy feeling that an
enemy may have put medicine In his
path to harm him.
From every possible source, from
earth nnd from sky, from river and
from forest, from friend and from foe,
he Is continually apprehensive of an
evil Influence coming upon him nnd
searching for a talisman to wear
against It. Dr. Jnmcs D. McCord In
RELY ABSOLUTELY ON NILE
Without the River's Annual Inundation
Egypt Would Be tlttratly a
ITstmlly on June 1.1 the Inundation
of the Nile commences, tint greatest
height being at the autumnal equinox,
after which tho waters subside until
the following April. Tho great ad
vantages which Kgypt derives from the
anuunl rise of the river and sating nf
the country from bnrrrnness. bus
caused the Nile to be known by the
Inhabitants as the most holy rlvrr,
they believing that It draws Its source
In former days It had Its appointed
priests, festival and sacrifices, and If
Its rising were delayed by a single day
they took the most beautiful uiulden
ttey could And nnd dressing her rich
ly, drowned her In the waters ns a vic
tim to turn away the god's nnger nnd
merit his favors. The caliphs abolished'
this cruel sacrifice. Substituting one
less barbarous, they threw- Into the riv
er n letter In which It was commanded
thnt the waters rise If It were tho will
It has been stated that the quality nf
the Nile water Is such that It Is highly,
extolled for drinking purocs and no
matter how long kept It does not be
The greatest Zane Grey novel
The Last of the Duanes
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' First Sttamboat In Wtst
Tlie first steamboat on the western
" -"" waters was the Orleans, built In 1811
Traditional Marriage Customs. I at Pittsburgh by llobrrl Fulton, un
it was on ancient custom among tbe i der the Ann uame of Fulton A Living
Scandinavians to drink metbegvlln, or ston, his partner being Chancellor It
diluted honey, for 30 days nfler a wed- j Livingston of New York. It ar
ding. In the Island of tlhodes honey rived nt Louisville, Ky In October.
Is still a factor. in the marriage rites. I destined for New Orleans, but the riv.
After the ceremony the husband dips I er being too low for Its passage over
The Last of the Duanes
Sunday at the Liberty
Sales Manager Well, Jobhle, how
itd that last prospect turn outT
Vacuum Cleaner Canvasser The
original Mrs. Gaspard. the well-known
miser's worst half I That dame let me most universal, hut In the country dl
demonstrate the machine till 1 raude1 trlcts around Cadlt no ring Is usei
ner uesi rug tooic ii new arm then
all I got was a demand for a quarter
of a dollar to pay for the electricity
she estimated I'd used. Iiuffulo Ex-nress.
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Special Sunday Dinner, $1.00
a ringer In honey and traces a cross
over the doorway of his home before
his bride enters, while the guests ad
monish the bride to "lie alwaya aweel
and good, as Is this honey."
Tbe wedding cake goes back to an
tiquity. One of tbe Important fea
tures of the marriage ceremony
aroong the Romans was tbe partak
ing, by both contracting parties, of
a rake made of flour, salt and water.
This was done In tbe presence of the
high, priest and ten witnesses.
The use of the wedding ring Is at-
ring Is used
After the ceremony the groom shifts
the flowers In his wife's hnlr from left
to right, for to wear a flower over tho
right ear Is to proclaim one's self a
Helnt Dill Pickles
Qlblet dumbo, Louisiana
Tenderloin of Sole, Julienne Potatoes
Choice of '
Fried Spring Chicken; Country Gravy r.
Roast Little Pig, Sweet Potatoes
Fricassee of Chicken, Home Made Needles
Belgian Hare, Chasseur
VEGETABLES ., .
Martha Washington Potatoea '
' DESSBRT To,m?toei,'rWn,a;o.rf
Vanilla Ice Cream .
Peach Cobbler, Cream Sauce
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Castle Reck In Kansas.
One of the most Interesting works
of nature In Kansas from a geological
standpoint Is known as "Castle Itork,"
a natural formation located In Cote
county, In the Tnlley of the Hack,
berry, about ten miles from Its mouth.
This castellated mass Is composed of
a coping of limestone and the shaft
of chiilk and compact shule. Its
unique formation was caused by the
shalesxwearlng away, the strongly ce
mented stone serving as a protection
to the upper surface. In this way
mountainous appearing masses are
frequently produced, especially where
streams cut their way through Ihe
bard stone Into the softer materials
below. Similar formations are met
with In Ellis county which show Isolat
ed columns which rise from SO to 70
fret In height Ulockmar's History of
the fulls. It tilled between Louisville
and Cincinnati until early In Decem
ber, when It descended the river and
entering the Mississippi encountered
at New Madrid. Mo the earthquake
of December 11, which formed Keel
foot lake In Tennessee, pnd the lakes
In Arkansas, opposite and above Mem
phis, which remain now. The boat
was repaired and reached New Or
leans December 20. It remained
South, plying between New Orleans
and Natchez until July, 1811, when It
was wrecked and sunk.
NOTICE TO CIIEIIITOItM
Mote's Marvstaus Appetite.
Incredible stories are told of tbe tn tho County Court of the fitahn of
mole's appetite, and In order to see Oregon, for tho County of Klamath.
In them' (writes ...'" ne matter of tho estato of
If there was anything in them' (writes
an Kiigllh cormqioiidcnt) I tried an
experiment. My mote a mntronly
lady weighed three and half ouiiq.
Kurt) Hem of food that slio was given
610 MAIN ST.
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Putting RsatllM te Sleep.
' Monotonous sensory stimulation, one
southern dealer in alligators has
found, will quickly render the smaller
reptiles unconscious. To demonstrate
his uncanny control of his reptilian
stock In' trade, he places one of the
smaller nlllgutors upon Its back. Kneel
ing besides It, be holds the wriggling
body wjtli one hand, while ha gently
strokes the undeislde of the jaw.
Back and forth goes the hand until
the squirming ceases and the limbs re
lax. Some.sny that the dealer tem
porarily suppresses tho functions of
the crocodilian cerebrum others, skep
tical, maintain that.he simply lulls the
alligators to sleep. Popular Median
Blessing the Alpine Ropea.
Every summer, nt the beginning nf
tho climbing season In the Hwlsx moun
tains, n solemn service Is held among
the guides, many of whom are godly
men who know they take their lives
In their bands when they ascend the
Alps. Km they bring thelr-rniies with
them and lay them nt tho foot of one
of tho mountains. Old nnd new ropes
nre piled In n heap, and then they ure
blessed by the pastor. Prayer Is of.
fered thnt the old ropes may still bear
the strain safely and that the new
ropes may prove rqual to all tho stress
placed upon them. Tho guides are
-"ommended lo the mercy of God that
In their dally ascents they may bo kept
safe and that tliey may succor the
travelers who trust lu them. F. II.
Cheley In "Stories for Talks to Boys."
Egypt Raised Cotton In 200 B. C.
Cotton has been grown In Egypt
since 200 It. C, but It waa not until
a hundred yeara ago Hat Jumel, a
French engineer, suggested the Intro
duction of ,the commercial varieties.
In 1922 the famous American sea la
land cotton waa the first sown. Firs
years later a Brazilian variety waa
Introduced. The two strains were mln
gled nnd from thenTcame (he famous
"Asbmoiinl", plant and the still finer
"Mutaffl," which is one of the most
prpductlvejcottons In the world.
Hiram C. Chumborlln. doenssed.
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administratrix of Ihe es
tato of Hiram C. Chambarlln, do-
fAMIAfl In .I... ..k.Olfl. . i .,1
... ... . , . . i"""! " vwiuu in aim ail
was cnn-iuiiy wrigneu. nnu nere is ner persons buying claims against tho
record ueiwren u a; in. sun noen:
One frog, three slugs, twenty-four
earthworms, a piece of raw mutton,
and u bit of cheese, a total of Just
over four ounces. Some delay follow
ed, as my slock nf weighed food was
exhausted. Probably by the time I
had replenished It she thought It was,
time for a fresh meal, for alio went
at II again with no visible damage to
her npprtllc, and before three o'cloik
she bud got through another thri-o
ounces, mostly earthworms this time.
Thnt wus twice her own weight In
food In six hours. After this display
I gnve up the uttempt to measure her
said deceased, to exhibit subclaims,
wiin iuii w'ceuary vnucnors, wimin
six months after tho first publication
of this notlw, to tho said administra
trix, the Cfflco of Wilson fl. Wiley,
Attorney at Law, Odd Fellows' Build
ing, Klamath Falls. Oregon, which
said office the undersigned selects
aa her placo of business In all mat
tors connected .with tho said citato of
Illram C. Chnmburtaln, deceased.
First nntlco published 10th day of
LAURA H. CIIAMIIEttLIN,
Administratrix of ttm Eitatn nf
lllrnm C. Chnmborlln, deressod.
Joo Cosgrovo Is certainly tho class
of tho Waterbury Eastern leaaue
team. In addition to managing, tho
outfit, lie Is leading his team In bat
ting, base running and Holding.
Whisky Called "Water of Life."
Tho art of distilling liquors Is first
mentioned by (Albukuiwen, nn Arabian
physician who lived In the, tenth cen
tury. Whlskyc"a potable spirit dis
tilled from cereal grains," probably
originated In Irelund, and Its Celtic
name was ulsgebethu (water of llfo)
afterward contracted to usquebaugh
and then to whisky. It waa known aa
usquebaugh In the seventeenth' and1 1 Aug,
eighteenth centuries both In Ireland 'Aug, .21
and Scotland. . "" "
Hereafter the Herald will publish
:he mean and maximum tempera
lures and jireclpltatloB racord .aa tak
en by the U, S. Reclamation servlca
stations Publication will cover taa
day previous to tbe tavtf'a laaue,
to 6 o'clock of that day.
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