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SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 W81
the Evening herald, klamath falls, Oregon
The Evening Herald
." J. MUltRAV
Wliai 80ULH ..
Published .ally except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company of
Klamath Falls, at 119 Eighth Streot.
ntered at tho poitofflco at Kin
Math Falls. Ore., (or transmission
through the malls a tocond-class
MKMBKU OP TIIH AflSOCIATKD
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SATtlllOAV, A1KJC8T HT. 1021
Oil Excitement in
Merced County, Cat.
V. L. Founutatn Is In receipt of n
letter from hi daughter-in-law, Mrs.
K. It. Fountain at Morocd, Califor
nia, stntlng that qulto an excitement
prevails there In tho Inst tow days
over tho reported oil find near there.
A man named Poto Uhollly, living
six miles out of town on tho Los
llanos road boyond tho Catholic cem
etery brought In n lot of oil which
he secured In an unused well near
his place. Ho drew .water for tho
cattle to drink and thoy refused. In
vestigation showed It to bo crude
Tuesday nomo nakersflold men
went to Khollly's placo and offered
him H.GOO for tho well or $40,000
for tho forty acres about tho well.
The oil men announced tho belief that
there was oil under that section and.
that tho pressuro was so great that
tho oil wus forced up and with drill
ing deeper, 'they will got a guhcr.
Great excitement provallod In Mer
ced following this announcement by
tho oil men, the letter goes on to
A photographic sensation In
-which the motion picture camera
caught and registered with amaz
ing detail, the death of a Jockey
when tils .horse suddenly fouls and
crashes through a .fenco In tho
third quarter of a race. Is ono of
tho extraordinary episodes of action
which local "movie" wans will sco
on the screen of the Strand theatre,
wen the Buffalo Moton Picture
companies version of "Tho Sport
of Kings." by Arthur Somers
Itoche, begins Its engagement there
Tho accident that resulted In tho
Jockey's death occurred at a far
southern track, during a race es
pecially organized for the Buffalo,
Motion Picture company producing
staff: A prize race horse, pur
chased- by the company to tako the
part of the spirited, vicious tem
pered VIvsudlerc, -cqulno herolno of
Mr. Ilocho's famous story, was be
ing ridden to victory. Tho jockey's
Instruction, prior to tho raco', woro
to carry cut the action of tho story
itself, wherein tho horse is whipped
heavily at the third quarter, caus
ing It to foul and ho is disqualified,
thereby bringing heavy profits to
the men who had planned tho crim
Dixon, Vcrda Cornd and tho houor
Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Doltell woro
hosts on Friday night nl a dinner for
Mr. and Mrs. Del Clnmmon, nt thflr
homo on Crescent avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Urockonbrough
entertained Sunday with n sago-hen
supper on tlclr lawn In Hot 8prlngs
Addition. Their guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Gcorgo Stevenson of Dorrls,
and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Albortson.
Plcnlci woro a popular form of
social diversion this Inst week and
qulto in keeping with tho spirit of
things was tho midnight picnic given
for Miss Kttlo Duko of Portland Sat
urday night and Sunday on Lower
Klamnth lake, nobble Uyan's speed
boat carried tho young pcoplo to their
destination whero breakfast was pre
pared in tho approved camp stylo
and an nil together Jolly time was
passed by tho company.
Sunday aftornoon lltilo Mnrguo
rlto and Gertrude tloylo, daughters
of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Doylo, wcro
charming hostesses at a fnrowotl
party for tho threo Mistresses Dodges,
who left Friday morning for tuelr
home In Ashland. '
Mrs. V. C. Hall assisted by her
daughter, Miss Mary, entertained for
tho Itcv. and Mrs. E. P. Lawrence,
during their stay hero, with n lawn
supper. Many old '
bcrs of Mr. Ijiwronce's congregation
A delightful luncheon was enjoyed
at tho Rex Cafe Friday nt twclvo
thirty by Misses Clara Calkins, Mnr
Jorlo Delicti and Maybolle Lvavltt,
who entertained for Miss Margaret
Worden, Mlsa Mnrgnrot Ilargus1 nnd
for Miss Ollvo dates of Hllsborough
nnd Miss Dorothy Schmcor of Port
land, who woro hero on their wny
to Crater lako.wlth tholr parents.
Miss Atlco McCourt will bo hostess
nt an outing party to bo hold nt lfnr
rlmnn Lodgo today. A number of
young pcoplo left tho city for tho
Lodgo nbout noon.
Mr,, William (lanong entertained
for tho Lolsuro Hour Ilrldgo club on
Tuesday. Thoso who attended wore:
Mosdames T. C. Campbell. M. S.
West, J. S. Klllott, C. llrooklns, Fred
Dunbar, Guy Manning. Henrietta
Molhnse., K. 11. Hall, Jack Slater, H.
D. Lloyd Stewart, Fred Uakcr, and
Mrs. Ganong's slstor, Miss Mildred
Oleson, who Is visiting here.
One of tho social events among
lodgo pcoplo will occur tho ovonlng
of September C nt tho Scandanavlan
Hall when tho Masons of this city
hold their first annual dance. Tho
impression wrs curront that this
danco would bo formal, but tho of-
USE a FOUNTAIN PEN.
Wo have In our stocV a lino
of PENS that nro durable
and guaranteed. Not tho
kind that blots and falls to
write when you most want
It to. Call and see our lino
oPjBENS;.and let us explain
their good points.
H. J. WINTERS
700 SIAIN STREET
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POPULAR SPACIOUS LOBBY
'At the Center of
fleers of tho lodges any that It will
bo strictly Informal. Howovor If
Shrlnorn wish to nppcnr in tholr uni
forms, It Is pormluabto. Invitations
hnvo boon sont out county wldo In
viting Masons nnd tholr frlonds to
attend, Tho social olomeut of this
city plan to attend this affair as it
is oVen to tho puhllo and Is not u
closed lodgo ntfnlr.
Tho Auction Ilrldgo club met Wed
nesday afternoon at tho homo ot Mm.
Oscar Bhlvo mid two tables of bridge
woro enjoyed throughout tho aftor
noon, Tho houso wns dor-orated "In
golden glow nnd pantiles, thus com
bining early miring' with Inter fall
In tho motif. Tho guest follews:
Mi'sdniui'H G, A, Krauso, 10, II. Hall,
George I. Wright, U. V. Wtllltts,
Charles 1. ltoborts, and Mrs. llrock
On Wednesday tho Ilrldgo club was
entertained by Mm. B. M tgl al tlm
homo of Mrs. Roger U. Dowoose. Tho.
houso was lovely with big boquols ot
sweet pons as decoration nnd'rofrcsh-
iiiontn worn served to, tho plnyors by
tho hostess. Thoso prcsont wore! Mo
dailies II, I). Lloyd Htownrl, Olmrle
Martin. Krncst Ilulili, llyroli Harden,
brook, Fred Dunbar, Charles Moore,
Hurdln Carter, Roger W. Dwepso and
tho hostess, 4
Make that Idle dollar nrk Put
It In tho bnnk.
BROADWAY at STARK ST.
Wo suggest jov write, phono
or wlro for reservations
Arthur II. Meyers, Manager
Time is money. The individual
who does not waste time, and man
ages his money to the best ad
vantage, is the one who prospers.
Don't lose' time by wasting
Wasted money is lost opportun
ity to acquire competence.
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with this bank and cultivate the
First State & Savings Bank
Klamath Falls. Oregon
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Club meetings, Informal dinners
and afternoons wcro the things which
occupied tho tlmo of society folk this
week. Tho bargo party by moon
light on Tuesday given by Mrs. Will
iam Duncan and Mrs. G. A. Krause
wns one of the larger affairs, though
strictly informal. A long list of In
vitations wero sont out. Tho barge
wag towed Into tho middle of tho lake
about nlno o'clock and anchored
there. Tho evening was devoted to
dancing and several prizes woro given
for tho best waltzes nnd fox-trots.
The climax o'f the evening was the
serving ot doughnuts, elder and np
ntes. Decorations were Cblneso lan
terns, confetti and paper streamers.
"A child's party for grown-ups"
was Klvon Thursday evening by Mre.
Koy Orom, honoring her sister, Miss
Barbara Goeller, who Is leaving Mon
day for Portland. The tough little
freckled boy was there, the little
Miss Mutfett with her hair how and
raffles and tho jolltest ot all, a wee
pickaninny -with an uncountable num
ber of braids sticking out like a
windmill all over her bead. Special
games were played during tho eve
ning and milk and cookies were serv
ed by the hostess. Present on this
occasion were: Mesdames James Bis
hop Foster, .Floyd Meadows, Fred
Dunbar, Leslie Torwllllger, John E.
Enders, Hardin Carter, Charles
Moore, Leland Haines, Byron Har
fenbrook, Harry Goeller, J. I. Beard,
Marjorle Gallagher, Ira Orem, Don
Balding, Misses Madge Dixon, Ruth
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