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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1922)
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THET EVENING HERALDKLAMATH fALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
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Published dalfy. except Sunday, by
Tbe Ilersld Publishing Company of
KUmath Fall, at 119 Eighth street.
Rntoreil at tbo postotflce at Klam
ath Fall, Ore., for transmission
through the matt a ocond-rlas
MKMUEIt OP TUB ASSOCIATED
The Assoclntrd Pre I etcluslv
I? entitled to the use for publico,
tlon fet all news dispatcher credited
to It, or, not otherwise credited In
this paper, and also the local news
TIIURHDAV, APIUI. 2, 11122
Outbursts of Everett True By Condo
II. It. nniOGS. Editor of the
Denver Exnrcss, In a talk bo-
fore tho Optimists Club the other
day. while claiming some credit tor
good for tho newspapers and admit1
tlnR certain defects, told his audi
enco that tho public was much to
blame If tho newspapers were not
what the people wanted. He said In
"Voul newsnaDcr Is a complox,
hybrid sbrt of animal a croM be
tween the ordinary business firm
and a public utility, As a business
Jt gathers raw materials (some
times extra raw) and fabricates
them Into a product. It markotn
thnt product, ft must, like every
other btilnesa. keep out of the "red
Ink.' It must be a going concern
nr It' a sono cencern.
"Hut added to that Is Its public
utility nhasc. For Ita truo sue
os to reader asd advertiser
alike Is not manufacturing. sell
ing and financing. It Is or snouici
"For tho reader. It take tbe
placo of the old town crier, village
gossip and royal proclamation.
"it la the well-Informed ac
quaintance who tells you what's
happened, adds soma temperate,
well-considered comment, cracks
a Joko or twff, visit with tbe rest
or the family for a fow minutes
and gooa on Ita way.
"It relation to the advertiser
Is again a matter of simple, courte
ous service. It Introduce him to
tho reader. In effect. If suggests to
Mr. Reader that Mr. Advertiser
has a business proposition be
might like to consider.
"If the newspaper Is an honest
friend of Mr. Reader. It -will not
Introduce an advertlMr.lt knows
or strongly suspect to be crooked.
No more than you personally
would Introduce a crook to a
"This simple Introduction I all
an advertiser pav for or ha a
right to expect. Tbe old day of a
pair of aaspenders with a autt of
clothe are gone.
"And the advertiser who seeks
to sappteu new or have a voice in
edlttilat policy I headed for very
definite negative enlightenments
.If h trie It with an honest news
paoit Very few do.
"Blame yourselves It you don't
like the kind of newspapers you
have. A city' newspapers are the
composite reflections of Its citi
zenship, past history and present
"You can have any kind of pap
ers you want. If you prefer seven
buckets of blood and a fragrant
spray of scandal why, help your
self! "If you want something better,
encourage those who are trying to
give It to you.
"You are complacent when a
newspaper awltcbes Its policy, be
tween editions; on some Important
political or Industrial question,
but you damn it roundly If It dis
agrees with yfiu honestly on some
"One of the worst result of the
war wa the wave of hysterical, un
American Intolerance. Applied to
newspapers. It works out this way:
"Depending on your personal
bias, a newspaper Is either 'owned
body and soul by Dig Iluslness' or
'catering to tbe terrible tide of
Uolsbevlsm, red flag and pink
"Bunk, either way)
"Crltlclie your newspapers, with
constructive criticism. Help Ihem
with your, suggestions. They are
not responsible for tbe entire mor
al uplift of tbe community, you
know. Some of It rests on you!"
a-r1 wetc, cn'o-.tcci i, Hcjrevs it is
I kMoiAiiT.1 I Knoca) IT Jii-JE
ill NlOT COCOR c-im:dj igg
a doctor to sew np nn nitly r.nnlt.
It wasn't long boforn Hliorty got n
brief,' significant mcsnge: "Send
them Runs. 'Otto fhot.' " Ho knew
that somewhere, for some Kood rem
.on, there would w ground broken In
tho cemetery before many days, so he
saddled his horse nnd funk the forty
fives to their owner.
In the nick of time. "One Shot"
tiesd them lit the Interest of law,
order, and n pretty woman. Ills bat
tle with tho outlaw chief Is only one
of many thrilling Incidents In one of
tin fastest action ulcturon filmed In
the. wil. Hoy Htnwnrl as tW vglnno
of tlu community furnishes excite
mont'or every foot nnd makes "One
Shot Itoss," ,"t Slyntid tonight. '
Hub you feel 'the tingling heat. In
three minute ithe congested spot Is
warmed through and through. When
you are suffering from a cold, rheu
matism,, backache, stiff neck nr sore
muscles, Just get'n Jar of Howies Hed
Pepper Rub, mndu from red peppers,
nt nnr drug store. You will Imvo the
quickest relltf known, Adv.
I Colds nnd catarrh yield like magic
to soothing, healing, antiseptic cream
I that penetrates through every air
passage; and relloves swollen, Inflam
I ed membranes, of nose and throat.
I Your clogged nostrils open right up
I and you Can Broatbn freely. Hawking
, and shuffling stop, Don't stay stuffed
I up and miserable,
(let a small bottle of Ely's Cream
llulm from your ilnigglnl Apply a lit
, tin In tbe nostrils and get Instant re
known for toioro than fifty yejrs -Adv.
much troublo as mlxlug drunks. J even when the world was hotter off.
It wasn't much of a picnic In the
ark. with only two ants.
Some people put a nickel In tho
collection plqto and expect It to buy
a golden harp.
There are lots of vacant places !u
jail that should bo filled.
tots of them have bought bathing
suits, but haven't had a chance to"
havo their pictures mado yet.
London has one-cent cigars. So
bavo we, but they cost more than
Why, not spend more on public
works and less on public workers?
A bald-headed man with wire
whiskers can't see anything so very
wonderful about nature
Every married man knows a stitch
In time Is a surprise.
without them, how he started for
Cod's country, and the adventures he
encountered, furnish n plot for "One
Shot Hoss," that gives the play pr
eminence as a thrilling picture of life
on the weMern plains.
Hoss left his guns with his friend,
Shorty, the bartender, but before he
had gone far nn his stago journey,
ho reached for Ihem. Ills fists did a
lot of damage to the outlaws who
robbed the stage of Its gold, hut thry
didn't save him from urgent need of
COLDS IN CHEST
Don't Worry If
Back Is Aching
0t ttowHsg and tt a I)
f M MllsM M.
What Is rheumatism T I'nln only.
St Jacob oil will stop any pain so
Not one ease In fifty require In
ternal treatment. Huh soothing, pen
etratlng St. Jacobs Oil directly upon
tlie tender spot and
relief comes Instant
ly St. Jacobs Oil Is a
and sciatica liniment,
which never disap
points nnd ran not
burn the skin.
1. 1 tuber up! Quit
cdmplalnlngl (let n
small trial bottle
from your druggist.
and Tu Just u moment you'll be free
from rheumatic nnd sciatic pain,
sorness, stiffness and swelling, Don't
uf.er! Hrllet await you Old. honest
St. Jacobs Oil has benefited millions
of rheumatism sufferers hi the last
half century, ami Is Just as good for
HClutlca. nouralKlu. lumtmi-o. tinck
nhe. sprains and swellings. Adv.
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Shrine Club Dance
Friday A Evening
All Masons and Ensturn Stars and their com
panions welcome. The atuntu alone arc worth
the price of admission
Herald classified d mesn'the best
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DR. C A. RAMBO
I. O. O. r. DalldlM
of sediment, irregular of passage or
attended by u siMisutlon of scalding
stop eating meat and get about four
ounces of Jad Snlls from any phar
macy; take a tuhlcsiumnfiil In a glass
of water before breakfast mid la a
few days your kidneys will net fine
This famous salts Is made from the
acid of grapes nnd lemon Juice, coin-1
ninvii wiiii muni, nun mm men iiimmi
for generation, to flush and stimu
late the kidneys, also to nmitrallfi
the acids In iirlim so It no longer
causes Irritation, thus ending bind-J
der wraklless I
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive and ran-,
not Injure; makes a delightful effer.
vescent lllhlvwater drink which , M ri1cr, Arcl, HMWM,r
everyone should lake now nnd then I " '
to keep the kidneys Mean and active y, (i KKM.V A CO.
and the blood pure, thereby auditing . " ' u ii.fcia.,1 f'-lii
serious kidney complications Adv w" " ..., taiir.
i immi ji
$50 LIMBS $75
QUIT MEAT WHEN
532 Main StrMt
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
Take ii 2lni. of Kalu If Your Hark '
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juuijinriri irr-i "' ' m mmmmmm I
Kase your tight, aching chest Stop
the pain, Hrrak up the congestion.
.Feel a bad cold loosen up In Just a
"lUd-J'.epper HubJ' Is the cold
remedy that brings julcke4t relief.
It cannot hurt you and It certainly
Rooms to end the tightness and drive
the congestion snd soreness right out.
Nothing has such conrentrated.
pouetratlng heat as red iieppors, and
when boat tienotraOs right down Into
colds, congestion, aching muscles and
sore, stiff Joints relief comes at once.
The moment you apply Hod Tapper
Fine feathers make sad birds when
the bills come In.
No one appreciate the peril of
motoring like tbe pedestrian.
Tbe tax collector can make almost
any business pay. (
Skirts 'couldn't get shorter any
longer so they may get longer short
ly.' A'.man will tand out ia the pun
and fish because It Is too hot to go
These days, all roads lead to roam.
The man who sings hla own praises
doesn't get an encore.
A wife OB' band Is worth two at the
Mixing drink doesn't caus as
IiU)ilK VKT IIL'KKAU
WASHINGTON. April 20. Inves
tigation of the Dallas. Texas, office of
the veterans' buresu has been order
ed a a result of charges of Inefficien
cy, made by Representative flayburn,
democrat. Texas, Director For lies an
FRI'IT CHOP HIT
JUNCTION CITY, Ivans.. April 20.
Tho fruit crop In this section of
tho stato Is believed to hatu suffered
extensively becauso of freezing tem
peratures prevalent last night and
PLAINTIFF AOP.n I !J
MERCKD, Cal.. April 20. An In
fant, li years old Is plaintiff In a
suit for $20,000, filed here today as
the result, of Injuries alleged to havo
been Inflicted by a bulldog.
Sherwood pushing for 200-man
State Is paying $2,042,008 a year
as bond Interest.
Marshfleld New cedar sawmill to
be built at Rocky Point.
'ONK SHOT HOKS" KHOW
AT STItANJl THKATItK TONIGHT
"Ono Shcf'Tlosa was a two-gun
man whoso notched Irons bore ample
witness to the accuracy of his aim.
Hated by his enemlea and loved by
bis friends, this man brought law
and order Into tho frontier town of
Painted (Julch. It was his self-appointed
task to make It a placo where
the weak could live In safety.
How Ross tired of his wild, dan
gerous life, sickened of slaying men
Friday, April 21
"One Big Time"
'WHKKK F.VHIYBOOT. y i i
nOMK OF THE HODK1NBON FEATURES
Tont "CoUniry Store" Night
Fifteen Prizes and pig Double Feature Bill
The Wesern Cyclone,
m "One Shpt Ross"
A Western, full of riding, figHting and action. Also
Norma Talmadge and Eugene O'Brien
You'll enjoy this one; and
A Dandy Western Comedy
Some of the Prizes.Given Tonight
Twenty-five pound 'sack ofjlour, bag of sugar;,
bag of rice, box of candy, can of salmon, can of
fruit, package of cereal, can of crisco and others'.
SShow starts at 6 :30 Prizes given away at 9 o'clock
Admission 1 0c-20c. Show starts'6:30
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly ran make a mistake by
(lushing ttin kidneys occnulonully.
says a wel.knnwn authority. -Meat
form urle aild which excite llu
kidneys, they become ovrrworki-il
from tho strain, get sluggish and
(alt to filter the waste anil poisons
from the blood, then we got sick
Nearly all rheumatism, headaches,
liver trouble, nervousness, dlnlness,
sleeplessness nnd urinary disorders
como from sluggish kidneys.
Thn niomnnt villi fm.l n dull nrlin
In tho kidneys or your back hurls or
If the urine Is cloudy, offensive, full
Dance at Chiloquin
Friday Night, April 21
Given by Timberworkers' Local No. 188
Musie by Fyling-Bean Orchestra
Admission Gentlemen $1.00. Ladies Free
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the whole secret; it will
every kind of figure there
is and prevent every kind
of figure there ought not
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
A SLIQHT MISUNDERSTANDING
OLIVIA. WHILE YOU ARE DOWN
TOWN I WISH VOO WOULD BWA
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