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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMv 1 1 . i t i-o, OREGON
t'ltioAV, Hi:iTiiiu:it n, iOI0
TYRES and Tred
National Auto Accessory Company
119 NORTH FOURTH STREET
Between Main and Pine Plmnn ,
Klanmth Stockmen returning from
tho Cascades .ire somewhat oxerclsed
over tho proposition to extend tho
limits of tho presont Crator National
Park so as to include Diamond Lake,
which lies about six miles north, of
tho present Crator Lake National
Tho proposition advanced by tho
Park Servico is td extend the present
boundaries of Uio present Crater
Lake National Park"nbout nine mtled
directly north, which would take la
all of Diamond Iako, with a consid
erable area lying between Crater
Lake and Diamond. Lake, which is
now used by stockmen for grazing
purposes. It should b'o "understood
that tho area around Diamond Lake
is now part of tho TJmpq'ua National
Forest and an such Is open to the
public for every purpose, 'including
grazing of live stock on the ranges in
Its vicinity. Tho Forest Service la
doing all In its power to develop this
area and has reserved from grazing
all 'necessary lands upon which tour
ists with live stock may camp and
The placing of the area within the
Park immediately stops tho grazing
of live stock upon It and, in addition
thereto, forces every visitor to the
area to pay the usual fee of $2.50
for entering the Park. The Forest
Service charges nothing whatover for
nutos or other vehicles entering tho
Forest. The well established policy
of the Forest Servico is to have the
public admitted to every portion of
the National Forest without charge
or restrictions of any kind, beyond
those necessary for the protection of
the timber from fire.
With the public ranges already ful
ly stocked, It would seem a misfor
tune for the Klamath County stock
men to have any further areas with
drawn from grazing purposes and
placed within the Crater Park. The
Diamond Lake addition is not an
area such as can properly be classed
ns interesting or unusual, either In
i its scenic or physical points, it bolus
merely a beautiful body of wator
right in tho heart of tho Cascades
where- excellent hunting and fishing
can bo found.
It is a question cntlroly of tho lock
ing up from nil public uso of an area
which can bo mndo to contribute to
, tho wclfaro of tho cltizons of Klam-
nth County. Tho area already includ-
cd within tho Crator National Park
contains a Tory considerable amount
of oxcollont grazing, which, however,
cannot bo utilized under Park man
agement. Tho Forest Servico on the
' contrary is doing everything po3slblo
to place livestock upon tho ranges In
tho National Fore&t In ordor to glvo
tho stockmen In that region ovory op-
j portunlty for fattening tholr cnttlo
and sheep during tho summer
months. To add to tho Park moans
tho locking up of nddltlonnl resour-
1 cu.i, both timber and grass, for which
' no real bonoflt to tho County or to
tho cltizons of tho State of Oregon
may bo shown.
At tho present time, in addition to
a number of cattlo using tho ranges
in thn vicinity of Diamond Lntso,
which it Is proposed to Include with
in t ho extension oMIiu Crater Nation
al Park, there will bo nnninxlmntoly
3000 head of snoop forced to ecolc
othor rnngoM, which owing to tho
tromonilmiH domnnd for rnugo will
undoubtedly not bo found, forcing
tho ownors to Bell their stock or rc
i o item to soino othor Stnto for
It Is understood that tho 11111 croat
1 ing this addition to tho Crator Na
tional Park has nlroady boon Intro-
uHivcK tho Rluckiuon In thin vicinity
o in lOM-Hi menu. u vos , inn. .....uer - ,- - - ftb' ,,
taking 11 ui with tho congroflslon- Tliurmllly ,,, Team ronL,0
il leiiri'sontntlvos and placing their bo present y ordor of Nob on '
k-lows boforo them In ordor that thoy 3-2t STi:i,i,A MANn'
any bo nblo to net uudorstiindlugly
ml for tho bivit Interests of Klam
Very truly yours,
W. C. VAN RMON
nm now piaimrml in .
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Patrick Miu'klniiUM at K.
duccd in Congross. Thorotoro, it bo- Store
Mj F. OKAHAM
ArtlBtlo piano tuning and B..
work. Call Morgan at Earl omSS
of the HOT POINT Range
used at the Golden Rod Pro
ducts Demonstration at the
various groceries this week.
Cooking is turned from
t a. -
drudgery into pleasure when
you cook the "HOT POINT
All styles for sale by '
link River Electric Co.
You Can Escape the
of the Broiling Sun
On the links, In the surf,
up on tho mountains, out
in tho broad, open country,
or wherever you may bo
this summer, you can
escape the Bkln-blomlshing
effects of tho broiling sun
Nyal's Face Cream
No tan, sunburn, freckles or
othor complexion ills are
possible when this prepara
tion iB used
Protects tho face, hands
neck and arms from sun
and wind ,
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symbol, of trustworthiness.
lM The wheat from which this
(l all-purpose Flour is made is
the first choice of all that is grown
in the great, clean fields of the Northwest.
Wheat from evety section is tested in adtual
baking; only the highest grades are bought
and used for OHl3 Flour.
Every cupful must be the same
before the trademark stamps it
rWffiDOS) Flour. Uniform high
quality makes it "foremost in the field."
Sv "OLYMPIC" to your nearest grocer when you
order flour and ask him to mad you the illustrated
OLYMPIC recipe cards each month.
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