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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
SATURDAY, Audus at. IBM
for the practical dairyman.
Light running and close
For Sale by
GILT EDGE CREAMERY
Phone 381 J 202 Main St.
'l - n--l-i--rvvv-sPsjv-yvvy
SUNDAY DINNER, $1.00
1 Chow Chow
Crvatn of Chicken, with lllco
Steadied Chinook Hulmnn, with Egg Hauco
Krlrnm.ro Chicken, with KgR Noodle
linked Hunnr Cured llittn, Candled Hweot
llulKlun Hare, Haute, Hunter Hlylo
Fried HptlnR Chicken, with Corn Fritter
Muihed I'otatoe-, Creamed HI fled funs
HA LA 1 1
lettuce, nml Tmnntu Salad
VnnlllA Ico Cream Cottage Pudding Manilla Hauro
, Iced Tea Cotreu or Cufu Nolr
rrES CHIEFLY IN MEMORIES
Itepy LlttU Pennsylvania Community
Hat But On Rsally Buiy Bea
ten In Ui Yar.
Within Hie limit of the city of
1'hllndelplila, )et separate from I lie
iminlclpiillty proper, In the little til
lage of llilRtlclon. Unlike It linine.
It la a sleepy ruiiiimiiilly, peopled
tnintly hy reilrrd farmers.
Ilustlclnn la replele with historic
lore. Old Hill Tll. TV Union hotel In
rrllc of the duy when llrltlnh and
colonial troops nerran Hip country.
Ono sleeping chamber III the undent
Inn mntntns n great fonr-inter lied
In which, so the hlstnrlnn of Hid til
lage y, vncu tipt "Mad Anthony"
Htorle of midnight rnlda hy Ilrlt
lih ravnlry patrol, duel fouicht be
tween the young bloods of the Quaker
city In a groe In luck of the Inn. nnd
choita of colonial soldier Ktnlkliig
through the lone hrtll(of the structure,
arc toM with great giixto hy Hill
Tllyer. Tho Union hotel linn heen
handed down from father to win In
the Tllcr family for nearly two icn
rAlea, Hut there la nno time In thu yenr
hen llumleton really liuatle. That
la In the month of September, when
thu tmiihrootn season open. At sun
rise doicn of men nnd hoy may he
seen plodding through tho dew-laden
pnsture field, armed with hucketa nnd
haaketa. Knr the fertile field In nnd
around Bustleton yield many bushel
f mushroom, which are sold nt tho
vnrloua markets In Philadelphia.
Tim nowa of tho murrluRo of Miss
Kdna Mnn Murrltt to Ralph O, Hwitlm,
of Van Nuys, California, July 23,
h Just been received hy Mr
Hwnlm'a hrottier, It. I,. Murrltt, (if
thu O, Hmlth prlnllnr. company.
VniiRlin Merrltt, thu hrldo'a broth
er, who wn an ompliiycit of tho Link
lllvar Elnctrlc (ompitny inat year,
acted n h heat mnn, and Mini Until
Johnson, of Alabama, wn brides
maid, Thn lirlilo wn gowned In whlto
chiffon with n bridal veil of tulo,
and mIki carried n shower hofUt of
nrrlililn and sweiit peax
Thn groom I nn employeo of tho
Htandnrd Oil company, and will ho
Btulloned In Van .Vuy, nnd nffer
AtlRilst 1 tho ynuni: couple will bn
nl homo to their friend there.
"Ilobblo" Itynu wax tho gonial
hot of n launch party Wednesday
evening, on Lnlcn Euwnun Thn par
ty loft tho boit houii) In Mr Ityan'a
apend boat at ft 30 o'clock, and nftnr
n plenrant ride stopped on tho Inland
for Hiippor While part of trie-crowd
pr'ipnred tho Hiimptuoti repast, tho
reat went fishing, nnd hnd audi Reed
luck that tho final count allowed n
total of twelve firm flnh,
Mr. Ryan' Riiest were: Tho
Mlna E. Hulllvnn, Ivo Mcl-oughlln,
Cecelia McMnhon, nnd Mr, lint Mo
lllnea, Frank F Kvnn. Fred Wy
Rant, and Kttner ilradley
a in i Mil'
MERELY OF VALUE AS GUIDE
In thn County Court of tho Btuto
of Oreenii fur Klainiith Cnunlv.
In tho Matter ot tho Ktato of!
OrorRe C Mitchell, Decenacd. I
To J C Mllcholl. Hon C. Mitchell, I
(Ivno limmon, J, II. Mitchell, Flcdn
Murcon, Mary Ann I'ltney, Inu Flan-i
nKun, Myrta McFaddcn and A. M,,
Mil hit, Kunruian an mem or unrri
aon Claudo Mitchell, a Minor.
OreetlnK. In tho Namu of tho Stoto
You and each of you aro hereby
clteil to appear In tho Court Uoom
of thu above entitled court at thu
County Court liouao at Klamath
Falli, Klnmnth County, Oroxon, at 3
o'clock p. in. on September 18, 1920,
at tho September, terra of thla Court,
1920, not Icaa than ten duya after tho
aertlro of thl citation upon you. to
ahow 'cauao. It any exlt, why thla
court ahould not mako an order to
aoll, aa prayed for la tho petition,
filed herein, llcenilnc and empower
InR Lealle Hocera, Admlnlatrator
with the will anneiod of tho aald
eatato, to aoll at prlvato aale, upon
the torma preacrlboil by the Court,
the followlnR deacrlbod landa and
real eatato, to wit:
Lot 4 In Hlock 84. In Klamath Ad
dltlon to Klamath Balla, OroRon, ac-
cordinR to tho duly recorded plat
thereof on fllo In tho offlco of tho
county clork for Klamath County,
Oregon, together with the tonemonta,
hereditament, and appurtenance
tnereto neiongina; or In any wlio op
Thla citation la laaued pursuant to
an ordor of tho ubovo ontltled Court
mado and entered In the ahovo en
titled enttttu uiid matter on the 7tb
day ot AURuat, 1920.
C. It. DoLAP,
(SEAL) County Clork.
yivvvvv'iV'Y iiii iirTii""f lm'r'Yrwynntjfxfnfxfx
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Constance Talmadge in
" In Search of a Sinner "
And It's a picture for '"Laughing Purposes Only"
- i ii m-
One of the best comedies ever shown
Continuous show Sunday afternoonand evening
H ' ' " A '
Th Past, t Rtvcalcd by Hlatery.
Vorth WhIU Only a It PoInU
The dlllon of nil hlMory Into nn
elent, medleinl and modern, like the
ilhlnlon of all Caul, In ii part of the
Hloils of knowledge of eery one who
lin eiiJo)el I lie ii(lantnte of (illicit
'llie atntument would aiim to ndmK
of no fiieMlui. I'erliiip It I n ren
anniible u tlWI4on of hMnry n can
be hud without the exp'liillture of too
iiiiuli lime nnd tlioiiht. At leant It
Jiu (be iiilaiitni;e of xlmplU'lty. U
It, !nmeer, the whole Imthl
It I true If )on mil) mean by It
that ei'rtiiln period ot blyry bewail
nml ended nt a certain tune, but It
Im not tnie If you menu tlnit the state
of mind that belni:ed to undent hi
lory ciiimmI to exln at the full of the
Iloinnu empire or thnt the diameter
of inrillevnllHin Mopped with the (Ha
rm ery of America.
The world la modern In time nnd
In outward appearand , but nntlijulty
nnd the Middle use are not yet done
with ii, nor will they be for lone.
They hnc left their Indelible mnrki
upon our thouclit. our aoclal cuitom,
and (volltlcnl Inatltutlona.
What la really modern In the world
la like the toucuo nt n glacier penetrnt
InR down the mountain alopc. The
ma from which It cuuie la far be
hind, mntlnc o alowly that It does
not aeeu to move. Only thl ainall
pcnlnula projecta out Into the un
known. In u. all that hna been la
rtpreaented. It hold ua back and
yot It polnta ua forward, for htitory
I Miluelexa unleaa It la a guide for
the future. Milwaukee Journal.
THE "EYE" WORM OF AFRICA
Oangeroua Paat That la Apt to Bo In.
flletad on the Vlaltor to
Kery one who Uvea In central Af
rica nny length of time aonner or Inter
become affected-with tto fllarln loa,
a worm which la about two Inchea In
length nnd the rIic of a hnlr. It larva
la auppoaed to be tuk( n Into tho body
In drinking water, and, when Incu
bated, It wnndera through thu body for
n long period. At one time It may
mako Ita Vrexence known In tho fore
nrm or tho back of the hnnd by a pain
le awelllng. At nnother tliuo Uie
aamo Indlcntlon nppenr In a leg or
about tiro lips or forehead.
Mlnlonarlea tell uie that I have sev
eral of them In my body, although.
save for the Indications described, they
havo cauaed me little or no Inconvcnl--ence.-Tbo
worm Is supposed to end Its
career In tho eye ot the victim, and In
Africa Is commonly called "eye worm"
because of this tendency. It then pro
duces Inflammation, and, unless skill
fully extracted, It sometimes ruptures
tho delicate membranes, frequently
causing great suffering and even blind
ness. The natives take It out with a bam
boo splinter. But If the worm breaks
In the eye, tfce virus Is liable to poison
the organ completely, frequently with
the result of loss of sight. European
aunrenni. however, find little trouble In
removing It successfully. K. L. OirQ
ner In the Century Uagaslne. ,
Among American statesmen of late
yoara there have been Innumerable
golfing enthusiasts, as well as tennis
players, baseball fans, horse owners,"
and devotees of other branches of
sport and. athletic?, but strange ' td
aa'the list of the outstanding, fig
ures in public afalrs will, be scanned
In win for the name of, one' who. has
heen active as a yaehtsman.
If you have never owned a phonograph, you may not, perhaps,
appreciate just what being able to play any record means to you.
Those who have "phonograph experience" who have owned
other instruments show an instant appreciation of the Brunts--wick
In fact, most of our Brunswicks are going to such critics
It is the kind of a phonograph they have often wished for.
They know that some records are "lateral cut" some "hill
and dale." They know that some are played with needles, some
with diomands and that each has its advantages in certain types
of music. They know they have often wanted certain records they
have heard at their friends' homes, but could not play them on
If you love music, why restrict your choice? - -
If your phonograph doe not play
an) record, you uru not getting yodr
Only with a Ilrunswlck can you
choose tho beat from adl libraries
hate your favorite song the way YOU
llku It. Only with a Ilrunswlck can
you mako a good record BETTER.
It was DKSIONKD not adapted
to play all record. There are no
attachments, nothing to take off or
Wo can TEM. you that It plays all
records I1KTTER, but you must prove
It to yourself use your OWN ears-;- ,
your own judgment boo the wonder
ful round wooden born.
It costs nothing to see If we aro
We want you to actually find out
about the beautiful qualltta op tho
Ilrunswlck wo want yon to actually
SEE the Ultona, that plays ANY
record with a single turn of the hand.
Wc want you to actually HEAR it
and form your own conclusions! of
how well It docs It.
You buy only ONE phtnograpb
you plight as well be sure.
Square Deal Drug Store
Safety Service Satisfaction
AT THE CHURCHES
No rhaasrs will be made la this
column aalesa the copy la at The
Kvenlojt Herald office by B o'clock
Sacred Heart church, corner ot
Eighth and High, Rev. Hugh J. Mar
shall, Rev. J. J. Walth.
Bummer schedule, June 19 to Sep
tember 12: Klrst mass at 6 a. m.,
second msss and benedlctton, 10:30
a. m. No evening services.
The Christian Science society of
Klamath Palls holds services in the
lower room of the Library building,
corner of Third and Main streetr.
every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
and every Wednesday evening at X
1 The subject lesson for Sunday:
The Sunday achool session la from
:45 to 10:46 every Sunday morning.
' The free reading room and fre
lending library Is open from' 1: 30 to
4:. 10 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
First Baptist Church, corner Wash
ington and Eighth.
8unday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. as.
Prayer service Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Every socond and fourth Wednesday
evening will be devoted to missionary
D. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at
7:30 p. m.
all to attend these services. -
First Presbyterian Church, corner
Slash and Pine streets. Rev. B. P.
Lawrence, minister, 437 Third street.
10 a.'m., Sunday school; George
Methodist Eplacopal Church. Tenth
and High, Rev. 8. J. Chanoy,
pastor, 717 Pine street. Phone t)7W,
. Christian church, corner 9th and
Pine streets, C. F. Trimble, pastor,
917 Pine street, phone nos. 374, 475.
Emmanuel Baptist, Eleventh and
High streets. Bible scboo,-10 a. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m.
Women's Home and Foreign "Mission
ary,, society meets first Thursday, of
each month. ""
classified Ad will sell it.
City Minus Cafstarlasl
.Ilueno Aires bus no cafeterias for
women nnd only one In n modified
form for men. The first one for girls
In the city Is soon to be opened by the
T. W. C. A. The only steam table In
Buenos Aires was discovered by Y. W.
C. A. necrctarlea In the storeroom of a
pi company. It hnd been sent fro.n
nglnnd for n food exposition nnd
neer used after that. It Is now In
stalled In the Y. W. C. A. The cafe
teria when opened promises to draw a
ciowd for wore than ttie usual reason.
"My dear str," said the salesman,
courteously, na be handed his custom
er his package and no change, "yon
will And that your suit will wear Use
And sure enough It did. The min
hadn't worn it two months when it
begnn to look rusty. New York Cen
Ten rounds has been fixed as the
limit for boxing bouts in Ontario by
the new Provincial Athletic commis
Grand Rapids appears to have
everything its own way In the race
for the Central league pennant.
Office of Comptroller oHhe Cur
rency. Washington, D. C. Jaty. 30, 1920.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the .undersigned. It has
been made to appear that "The Am
erican National Bank of Klamath
Falls," in the city of Klasaath Falls,
In the County t Klamath and State
ot Oregon, has complied With all the
provisions of the statute of the
United States required' a ebe com
j plied with before aa association
uau oe aawonxea (o csnassaence ine
business of banklui; . !
Now therefor I, Jaffa Skeltoa
Williams, Comptroller ot- the Cur
rency. heresy certify Ifhat "The
American National Bank of Klam
ath Falls," In the . City1' f Klamath
Falls, la thu Coufety of Klamath and
State of Oregon.- la authorised to
commence the aeineoa).uf banking
as provided In Section Fifty one hun
dred and stxty-alae et Uie Revised
Statutes ot the United lutes.
In tesUaony whereof,', witness my
hand and seal 6t office this Thir
tieth day ot July. 191fc" v
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS.
(Seal) Comptroller ot the
Aug. 1 3-20-17-3-10-17-I4-1-8-1S.
A classified Ad will eell It.
The Rex Cafe
Special Sunday Dinner $1.25
Casaba Melon "
Ripe Olives Pickled Beete
Chicken Soup, with Rice '
Crab Salad, Mayonnaise
Boiled Salmon, Hollandaise Sauei ' ' "
(Steamed Potatoes) v rt . v
ENTREES iy' ',;
Choice et: ,..,,.
One-halt Fried Spring Chicken, Maryland
Chicken Fricassee, with Dumplings " -'- '
- Mashed Potatoes a
Vanilla or Strmwberrv Ice Cream Sp 1
u a Blackberry Cobbler jf;
' .' Cafe Nolr ,