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' " WAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1MJ.
THE -EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
K J. MURRAY
Published dallr except Sunday, by
The Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Fella, at 110 Eighth street.
atered at the postoffic at Kla
tneta Falla, O'e., tor transmission
through -the malla oa second-class
MBMBBR OF THE ASSOCIATED
The Associated Presa la exclusively
atltled to Ue Use for pabUcatton ot
alt aewa diapaehea credited to It,
ex sot, otheraiae , ereaited la this
, uatiMUi local aewa putt
nwAT, Nonuw 4, imu.
Kearne and Condra are shipping
It-taeh wood la car load lota from
X. A. BUttler ia the Wide awake
wlgtt guard on the Keaa Bridge
waring repair period. "
J. B. Ackley, ot Ackler Brothers,
Klamath Fall, was a Worden vis
itor Thursday .afternoon.
H ,Vf Chapman ha, finished dig
ging potatoes and reports good
yields in all crops Including ears,
runes and apples.
D. R. Dotea, efficient mail car
Tier on the Keno-Worden line, Is
looking after personal matters In
the county seat
. Weyl-Zuckormann company arc
ea the last leg ot seeding 1200
acres on the marsh land of the
Xwer lake. The excellent condl
tiea of( these lands insures a good
jeaM the coming harvest.
Mrs. L. T. Oordon has returned
Jaeate from Ashland where she has
Been In attendance apon her moth
er, Mrs. M. B. Spencer, who Is un
Ter medical treatment In that city,
Geo. B. Allen, who for fifteen
years has owned land In the lower
marsh ha the principal part seeded
to tame grasses, wheat And rye
This is the first season he has been
able to got a team onto his land.
OALT Ray Cower; owner of the
Don Ray vineyard, consisting of 900
acres of grapes. Is In receipt of a
' check ot fS.S'lO for a car of mission
laxapee consigned through the Frank
i it. Buck 'company. This car was sold
la New York Clty.and brought the
-highest price paid for this variety of
grapes in the entire state. The price
waa the net receipt. A previous car
netted Gower more than $2,850,
Which was considered an unheard ot
amount. The price on the last car
figures more than 1192 a. ton.
8ACRAMENTO Four large rain
how trout, each weighing between
four and fire pounds, are on display
la Kimball-Upson's window. The fish
are frozen In. a cake of Ice, and are
the property of Dr. C. E. Brown, to
whom they were sent by a friend,
Henry Shock; of Yreka.
SACRAMENTO California has
passed successfully through the crisis
of deflation and its enormous credit
strain without a single bank in' the
state system having failed, and the
banks are distributing new credit
upon which is being built new pros
pects, Superintendent H. Dodge of
the state bonking department an
nounced in bis annual report submit
ted to Oovernor W. D. Stephens.
'MARY8VJLLE On complaint of
W. A. Kynoch, principal of tho
MaryBVlllo grammar school that Mrs.
6. W, Wyman "failed and refused to
send her minor children to school"
Justice of tho Peace J. M. Morrisoy
Issued a, warrant .for the arrest of the
JACKSON dl. E. Hanlon, and a
companion of Lodl were hurled
through the windshield ot Uanlon's
automobile on the county grado near
here. A local doctor treated the two
awn. Hanlon aald the steering ap
paratus was defective and the ma
chine struck a fence post at the road
side when the wheel refused to an
swer his hand. Hanlon sustained a
lacerated nose while his companion
was painfully cut about the face,
Hanlon is well known in Klamath
Fals, having been employed by Wells
Fargo company at one time.
.The Japanese cultivate crysanthe
mums In 269 varieties of colors.
Sajnton,- pike and goldfish are said
to bo" the only fish that never sleep.
In many tobacconists' shops In Ger
many each purchase entitles the cas--Rosier:
to one telephone call.
' Aisa'' general rule, roots .extend on
each, side of a tree to a, distance
aaual to the height of, the tree Itself.-
jt . 327 MAIN ST. '
I , , ' 3&yu&e& I '
II FEATURING NEW MODELS IN -
MidSeaon Hats 1
I N-' OOIiD AND SIIiVKR RROGADK. CROrVwNS I
I WITH FVR BRIMS 1
, $12.50 W
Patsy Dwyer, well known In cul
inary .circles, has leased the half
building at 703 Main streot, and
plans to open up a small restaurant
within a week, according to the In
formation, given out today. The place
was formerly occupied by a shoo shin
ing shop, and today carpenters nro re
modeling the place. "The house will
bo strictly union," Dwyer said.
Next on the Elks
October 9 is the date announced
by'the Elks! entertainment commit
too for the appearance of thq second
number ot the Meneley Lyceum
course at the Elk clubroqms, In
which Glenn L. Morris, a scientific
entertainer, Jenls with electrical
subjects. I ,
Among some ot 'tho .extraordinary
feats accomplished is tho passing of
two and one-half million volts of
electricity at a voltago a hundred
times as strong its In tho electric
chair, which lights -ramps and welds
metals through a human body; the
lighting of candles from streams of
water, and tho centralizing ot a tre
mendous whirlpool ot force so that
conductors placed within tho circle
vibrate and are burned up by the ter
rific heat as tho lines of force crowd
themselves Into tho conductor, show
ing electric Induction. Other elec
trical feats highly entertaining' are
also Included In the program.
PORTLAND. Nov. 4. Wheat Is
quoted at from 98 cents to $1.00.
Friends Josh Young "
Hunter, But He Got
the Buck Anyhow
Prentiss S. Puckett, W. W.
Iteeder and Frank Mills Sunday af
ternoon claim that while they
were bunting In the vicinity of
Onion Springs back of Johnson
Prairie, about 40 miles southwest
of Klamath Falls, they were alarm
ed at the continued walls that came
frpm the brush where (J. E. hos-
ier, commonly known as "Frosty'
Frost," sometimes "Cold Weather," i
or "January" was hunting black-;
tall deer. Alarmed at the contlnu-
ed howling and fearing that some
misfortune had bofallen Frosty, a
No TwinsTWelT, No.Matter
MP mBb&82L-r ?K
Have you a pair ot twins in
harming twin frocks designed for twins may be worn by any child.
The material Is pale grce ntatfeta. Ororsklrta In potal-llke tiers and tlay
IDx flowers give a floral sugugostloa. Simplicity is tho note, u it ehoald
ha for girl, of ten U thlrteea.
shot being Sired a tew minutes be;
fore, the party hurried to the
scene and discovered Frosty seated
on a large, deer, evidently lost or
afraid to leave the dead, animal.
When Frosty had .subsided suffi
ciently, so that coherent language
could be obtained from him, Puck
ett said that Frosty told them that
tho buck underneath him 'was tho
first -one which he bad over killed
"and he was so happy o,ver ' U
he Just bad to yelp his Joy out.,tj
the world at large." '"
Puckett statca he feels sure that
Frosty found tho deer dead or
bought tho right to tag the ani
mal he ivas sitting on, but anyway
on Frosty's arrival In town, he had
to purchase a new hat. Frosty was
so elated over the kill, ho made
the entire party drive to Ashland
so that he 'could be seen In the
same Beat with the deer, Puckett
was telling friends today.
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES
The divorce mill In the circuit
court this week ground qut one
for John O. Drescher against
Marie' A. Drescher; also one for
'.Archio Chlpp against Margaret
Chlpp, awarding the minor child
to custody ot the defendant until
further orders from the court;1' a
default In the caso of Olive Boyd
against Daniel E. Boyd.
Judgments were awarded plain
tiffs In tho. following cases:
E. D. Johnson agalnstC. T. Wee
don, sum of $63.47, principal,' $50
attorney fees and, costs, $11.-
Tropical Paint and Oil company
against Frank Voss for' $232.47,
plaintiff's cost, bends and sureties
orereu releasee.. r ;-- ,
. - . .
Merrill Mercantile company
against Jonn T. urosnan ror IJ71!,
62, $50 .attorney fees, costs $lf.60.
William L. Tlngley against)' W.
V. Seehorn for $1,485.71, and In
terest at 8 per cent from January
18, 1921, and $200 attorney tees.
An exocutlon on the property of
Iko Jackson for the sum ot $601.
45 was levied for ,tbe benefit of
K. Sugarman. , ' ,
Suits ordered dismissed were
thoso of W. C. Balfour against
Andy Maurltsch and defendants
property was ordered released from
attachment; Paul Wampler against
mamain nne inanuiaciuring corn
pany, each party to pay own costs;
Grace Tibbitta against Modoc Lum-
ber company and a non-suit In the
action started by Maurice Carroll
against Ben D. Pickett,
The ranch owned by Q, B Cot-
yoar home! Well, ao roattter. The
ad ' and wife, also the property
owned by Louie Schmlts and wife,
was ordorod sold by tho 'court td
satisfy a Jmlgmont for an' unpaid
nolo amounting to fu,uuv, wmi in
torcst at 8 per cont from Decent'
bdr 18, 1920, and attorney fees ot
Q. B. Tumor pleaded guilty to a
charge ot making und uttorliiR 'a
chock without sufficient fundb for
tho payment thereof, Wednesday,
and recolvcd' a sentence ot six
months In the county Jolt. Pnrolo
was granted Turner by 'he court
providing he would pay court costs,
reimburse persons' who accepted
Jils chock also report once a month
to the court and district attorney,
IP was -oxprossly stipulated that
he should go to work at once by
ST., LOUIS, Mo Nov. 4. Dcsplto
a .20 per cent Increase In the number
of automobiles, thefts ot automobiles
decreased 10 per cent In 1920, as
compared with 199, according to
statists made public at headquar
ters ot tho National Automobllo Deal
ers' Association hero. '-
Tho association attributed .Ihq, do
cllno to results obtained from tho
federal motor vehicle theft law, mpro
stringent laws In various states 'for
the punishment ot automobile thieves
and vigorous police activity.
Ha 1920 the statistics showed that
'approximately 30,000 automobles
wero stolen In 28 larger cities or the
country This number was 3,000 less
than thoso stolen in 1919.
With a theft list of .',500 ma
chines, Chicago had the largest num
ber ot motor vehicles stolen. New
York had 5,200 and' ranked next to
A large decreaso In the number of
machines stolen in St. Louis was
noted. In 1919 the numbor was 1,200,
while only 800 thefts' wero reported
Dayton, Ohio, had an unusual rec
ord ot having recovered moro stolen
cars than, tho actual number of
thefts "reported, with' 198" stolen'and
The figures showed that Pacific
coast. cities recovered moro than 50
per cent ot the stolen automobiles.
Touah Angora Goats.
On a blcnk'Ilttle Island In Mime
lake,' Cair, over n mile ond n .quartet
above sea-level, and surrounded by
America's loftiest mountains, tho Sier
ra Navadas, Is n herd of Angora goats,
totaling about n thousand. Tho wa
ter of the lnko Is said to lie poisonous,
but on (he Island thero Is a, largo
spring, which supplies thegonts with
all the water they need. For the
'most port tho pasturage Is more!)
rough scrub, and the winter cllraats
decidedly trying. -
In 1848 nine of the finest Angora
from tho. royal herd In Turkey were
sent by the order of tho then sultan
as a .present to, Dr, James B. Davis',
of South Carolina. They were the
nucleus of the vast herds that now
roam, over' America, totaling soma GO,
00(l.v'Tho animal Is very hardy and
practically Immune from disease. It
will thrive and prosper where sheep
and cattle would starve to death.
Interesting Prehletorlo Relic.
A discovery that throws light, on
prehistoric times hns been made .In
central France. In the envo of the
"Three Brothers,!' at Montesquieu, a
wall painting, inado In elemental col
ors of lilnck and yellow, hns been
found by savants. It Is apparently
10,000 years old. It represents n man,
walking to tlio left, naked and -bedaubed
with strlpcii. Ills body Is lean
ing forward, with his arms- In front,
und hands Joined. On his bond Is a
sort of nmsk representing a stag, und
u horso's tall Is bound on his loins.
Professor Ilegoeun believes It repre
sents a primitive sorcerer in tho ex
orclso of his mysteries, and that the
eavo In question was a prehistoric
It Is conjectured tbo cave was wall
ed up with Its occupants during a vol
tanlc eruption countless thousenee f
years ago. ' j
A Financial Wreck.
Mumbleton tottered Into the room
like a. man reeling under the effects
of some terrible mental blow. His
wife looked at hint aghast. "What
1 It?' she asked. In trembling accents.
"It, was not ray fault," ho murmured
iacoherently. "We ore penniless,"
"Penniless I" she repented. In a hnf
dazed way. "Oil, tell mi, linye you
been speculating on thut dreadful
stock exchange ?." Tell me you havu
dono nothing to tnrnlsli your honor,"
"Nothing nothing I" lie replied. "Oh,
thank goodncris for that I" slio cried.
"Now I can bravo anything. Where
Jias your money koikiV" TImi vr4trlieil
man placed his arm iironml heiniid
gasped out; "I Imv'e paid itm gtU
fflfPUTED TO LIVE CENTURIES
Holy Mtn In India Bsllsved by the
Natives to B Mora Than 1,000
Hundreds of Hindus believe' that
Rtshts and Sndhnaj ngt'd 1.000 yenrs or
more, nro stilt alive. They do nut enre
to appear boforo tlio public. They are
living In somo Himalayan cnvcs,,prnc
tlclng yoga., Whether a 1.000;.vMir-old
Bndhu hns really been seen by any
body, thero Is no record; bnt many
people wl (ell you that Harihus 300
years old or moro nro still to ho seen,
Uabn TlmkurdassJI Is a' .renowned
SnUliu. lie, has many thousand? of,,
disciples, nmong whom several tire ICm
ropeans. Ills disciples claim that he
Is more thnn.800 years old, but he docs
.not appear to be over 00. Ho Is a
power In India. '
A Sadhu of greater -repute Is nana
Satchltonnnda Bhnratl. tie Is. tlie
Guru of the Nepal rajahs. Ilo well r;
members tho famous battle ot Panlpat,
which took place In 1B20A. D. Ue tins
also met Qnurangn, tho famous preach
er of "BlmUti" (religion of spiritual
lovo) ; Shlunjl, tlie founder of tho Mnh
rnttn power; and 'other distinguished
Indians. Ho has .thousands of dis
ciples In dlffcrcni parts of. India.
Questioned as to how lie attained such
an nge, he has snld that moderation hi
diet, regular habits, and practice ot
"prnnnyutu" uro ihe secrets of loug
Invitations Cams, AIIRlght
Ellrabeth's second birthday was to
be celebrated, Jp father got, the Job of
mailing the Invitations. In' his hurry
lio forgot to do so, hlid dropped them
In the mail box In Terro Haute. Be
turning Into that evening., hu told Ills
wife 'how lie remembered to iirall the
Invitations, hut. not until ho was out
of town, . yith a withering glnncu shq
rtild: "you poor boob I 1 guest you
didn't notice they werO nil mnrked
'City'." Time being wnrc-e, slie at
once ct to work to mull n fresh bntch
of Invitation, which arrived on the
same mall as the first, tho Terra Hauls
IwMinnxtcr lulling u ihnncu on what
hud happened and, sending the'm to
tho Indianapolis olllcu. Indianapolis
SAMPLE OF DUTCH THRIFT?
Hollanders Said to B Qrteit Ptopl
In the World to Abbreviate
Tlio Dutch are the greatest people
In the world for abbreviations, says
the Detroit News. It seems to he a
national trail of the Hollander, nml
not only ore the missives between Nev-1
mini find lint- ilnttnlitiir nml lt'fllirnr I
and his son liberally sprinkled with
tho shortening of Dutch nw she, Is
spoke, but the advertisements In' tlio
Dutch newspapers are mso. Ihrlfllly.j
abbreviated so as to permit or me
maximum amount of expression with
the minimum of type.
Private correspondence as well as
business correspondence In Holland la
a network of abbreviation, so much so
that n Hollander who. has not been In
his native land for n good many years,
but still retains a knowledge of bis
roomer tongue, is iiKciy id ium uj iii
wayside In rending a letter from an
.- a i i.. ,.. !''
Ola menu ironi wnuiii uu una uui -
heard In a tong time. I
Tho Dutch lover Isqulto Accustomed
n tu tnlri In lotlur hv his sweetheart
how much she loves him In abbrevia
tions that suggest, more a Russian
teck ticker newt Item thaa the leva-'
laeea words of a Msaaatla atald.
0To look one's beet arid feet one's best
U to enjoy an Inside bth each morning
to nusn irom toe system toe previous
day's waste1, sour fermentations and poi
sonous toxins before it is absorbed into
the blood. Just as coal, when it.burns,
leaves behind a- certain amount of In
combustible material in the form of
allies, so the food and drink taken each
day leave in the alimentary organs a
certain amount of indigestible material,
which if not eliminated, form toxins and
poisons which are then sucked Into the
blood through the very ducts which are
jiiu-imij-u tu bih'K'iu umy nuuriBiiinent to
tustaln tho body.
0" If you want to seo tho glow of healthy
uiuoiu in juur cuccks, to soo your SKln
got clearer and clearer, you are. told to
drink very morning upon arising, a
glass of hot water with a teaspoonful
of Umcstono phosphate in it, which Is a
harmless means of washing the waste
material and toxins from the stomach,
llrer, kidneys and bowels,- thus cleans
Ug, sweetening and n.-iylng the entire
MRH. IDA PICKETT. WAS, TWEN
TY FIVE YBAR8 TRYING MX
FIND RKIilBF AT LAST BVO-
Mrs. Ida Pickett, 274 South Divi
sion street, Buffalo, N, Y says:
"Two'nty-flvo years Is a long time
to keep looking for something with
out finding-it, and" It's bo wonder I
almost lost hope.. But I finally toted
what I Was hunting a medicine t
rollevo mo ot on awful case ot'la!
gostion. , . ' 4
"Tanlac, rowardod my long eoerea
for relief, and I now enjoy better
health than I havo in thirty years."
Many pooplo on vorgo of despair
havo taken Tanlac and rocovorod.
.Tanlac and Tanlac Vegotablo Pstlit
aro sold by druggists everywhere.
AN KD1KON FOR GHRIHTMAW
You can do it It you Join ear
Christmas Edison Club. ,. ,
Let us explain to you. Klamath
Falls MMslo House. 122 S. Sixth Bt.
aAM A A A A AAA AAA AW'
A comptote Stock ot
Our Prlcos aro right.
MMV . . rfr-v
Salt and Pickled Fish or aK
kinds. Also thebest ia cheese.
Frosh Ryo and PampornlckU.
Broad In stock at all time,
Also 6th St. Bread
WHITE .GROCERY f
1 & DELICATESSEN I
910 Main St.
alimentary tract, .before patting more
food into tbe'etomacb. N 41
Oirls and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, plmf 1m or pallid complex
ion, also those who wake up with a
coated tongue.- bad taste, nastr breath.
others who are bothered with headaches,
bilious spells, acid stomich or constipa
tion should begin .this phosphated hot
water armKing ana are assured of very
pronounced results in one or two weeks.
A uuarter nounrf of llmeBtnnn nhos.
fhato costs very little at the drug store
ut is sufficient to demonstrate that justj
as soap and hot water cleanses, purifies
and freshens the kin on the outside, so
hot water and limestone phosphate act
on tho inside organs. , We must always
consider that internal sanitation is vast
ly more important-than outside cleanll-
IIVH. UWJIUaO Witt BKIU tfVIVy UV UU, BU-
sorb Impurities into the bloed, while the
bowel pores, do.
Women who desire to eahaaee the
beauty of their eoaplaxioa shoald fase
try this for a weak, fa aotloe ttmm, '
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