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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALP, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
VISITS KENTUGKT MOONSHINERS
Would You Call This a Camel-Horse?
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Correspondent Finds Mountainers Are Not Always
of Gun Toting Variety
CATMTrrflmma. Ky., July ID.
Typical mountain moonshiners at
Kentucky nr6 notnlwnya of (ho gun
tntliic nnd trmiulo making kind It
)k proven to nav rorrcuponilcntu by
vlnlt Into tlio moiintnln roRlon Jn
this nrcrt of tho state. Tlio mftun
talnccr typo of moonshiner, however,
In continually on the nlcrt for deputy
nhcrlffa prohibition officers nnd rev
After n trip of 30 or 40 miles into
tho mountains tho correspondent urns
escorted to n moonshlnors lop shnck,
inado from tho rough timber of tho
hlllnlda nnd carefully arranged on a
foundation of stone.
"Mir greeted his visitors with a
keen pyc, a bit of suspicion, but with
n friendly nolo In his shout "welcome
stranger." Proper Inquiries whether
any nqulrrcls Inhnbttod an adjacent
moiintnln side whoro'n newly beaten
pnth had been noticed brought the
answer tllat squirrels were scarce,
nnd nono worb found in tho woods.
Further Inquiries regarding tho path
finally forced, "Mil" to admit that
ho visited thYhlllsldo every dny but
never learned ir any stills were
tltero. Within n short time, nnd when
n frlondly uplrlt dovcloped (tho visi
tors having Impressed' tho moonshin
er they could" bo trusted) somo
"mountain dew" or In tho language
or tho cities "whlto mule" was pro
duced from n small handmado cup
board within tho slnglo room of the
cabin, over which bung a religious
picture and other articles of a re
ligious nature On tho opposite, side
of tho room over tho bed of the
mountaineer was n rlflo of heavy
(allbro, nn automatic pistol nnd n
small rnllbro Revolver. Tho contrast
A poi or iidino grown siring ncniiti
rooked In mountain stlo in a large
Iron kcttlo hung over n fire near the
huf. Fingers vero used as forks for
tho mountaineers' luncheon, and
moonshine furnished tho refresh
ment. A small drink of .the "mountain
Rarely Is It possible to find such,
supcrl) comcdlc acting ns may bo seen
in "Tho Glorious Fooh" n Cloldwyn
photoplay" by Mary Uoberts Rlnohart,
now being cltown at tho .Star theatre.
Helcno Chndwiik nnd lllctinrd llx
are tho lending players In nn excel
lent production which Inoludcs many
others, tho stately Kato Lccr, Vera
I-owls, Otto Hoffman, Thcodoro Von
Kltz and Frederic Vroom.
This Mary Roberts Rlnohart story
Is laid In a hospital with Helcno
Clmdwick as a nurso on probation
nnd Richard Dlx as a rich patient.
Their comic episodes togother are ex
amples of hiatronle restraint and ex
ecution that aro most wolcomo to n
reviewer who Is almost surfolted
with bad screen nctlng.
"Tho Ualt Trail," ono of Zano
Crcy's celebrated novels, has been
adapted to tho screen by Fox as ono
of tho specials of tho year, and will
open an engagement at tho Liberty
thoatro today. It is a story virile- In
plot, sensational In situation nnd
fascinating In Incident a story that
"screons perfectly." In tho sustain
ed mystery attaching to tho work
of a solitary outlaw It holiln nn en
grossing Interest for tho spoctator
lip to tlio final climax which Is
Htartllngly effective In a sccna show
ing tho blowing up of a great dam
and tho sweeping away of a vlllago
by tho flood.
"Tho Last Trail" unfolds ono tonso
nceiio after nnothor nil of which
groot tho spectator with fast-moving
action. Tlio element of susponso
Is ever dominant. Tho romnnco Is
unusual In Its development. Tho pic
ture is a typical Zano Grey offering.
Which means that it carrio trooicn
dona story interest. In tho cast nro
Maurice Flvnn who. as tho strnnntr.
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gives n splendid performance ono
marked tor lis virility, rourago and
deft shading, Kvu Novnk as tho hor
olno und Wallace Decry.
"Wolves of o Street." Art-O-Crat'H
latest relcabo, which will bo
shown nt tho Strand thoatro tonight
for tho last timo carrlos with It a
thrilling story based on tho activ
ities or tho IJolsliovlkt In America.
It shows tho efforts of the Soviet
ngonts to crlpplo Uncle Sam's great
Tlio skulking reds aro apparently
successful In their underhand deeds
until out of tho west.'llko tho gallant
Lochlnvnr of old, rldqs a youth wh,o
maiVers tho situation and succeeds
In baffling tho forcljn afonts.
Kdmund F, Cobb, Art-O-Crnf's pop
ular young loading man, li cast as
Hio wosloncr. Ho Ib cnpnbly oup
ported by Vlda Johnson.
ilotv" by tho correspondent nlnmtt
brought slumberlnnd n In I)ompoy.
Inquiries ns Jo tho ngo of tho liquor
tho answer "Tliols today's stuff "
Hospitality of typical southern
quality will b0 found nmong tlio
mountaineer residents If you are n
"friend," If nn onemy-beware; or as
"Dill" explained It "snakes in the
mountains nro killed", nlll" makes
hts farm n pa) able proposition for
his wlfo and children, who wero at
tending church at tho time of the
correspondent's visit, nnd by oe-
caslonally cutting some timber. His
Interest n world nffalrs Is not lim
ited, nnd weekly trips to tho nearest
postofflco furnishes him with news
papers from tho "outside." These
nro read by one member of tho fam
ily, by lamp nnd candle light to tho
others, nnd often last throughout
The moonshiner's homo from tho
oulsldo has nn uninviting nppearance.
but once within tho home, whllo
somo Inconveniences nro found, tho
Impression of cleanliness is pro
ducctV Tho low celling forces n man
of ordinary height to sloop. Tho
board floor may creak, but it Is solid
and high and dry. In winter cold
winds are shut out by tho mud plas
tered between tho cracks of logs,
and by tho board and rapor lining
of tho Inner walls. Heat Is furnish
ed by nn oil burner and cooking Is
done on a coal range. Oxen teams
hAu coal to tho home during the
fall months, A oke of oten pulling a
load of timber along tho narrow
mountain road explains tho manner
which enabled tho mountaineer to
obtain nil tho slzabln logs used In
constructing' his homo.
Resources and resourcefulness
gained only fdem tho 'cToso to na
ture" life of tho mountaineers on
ablo them to succeed whero tho ordi
nary citizen would barely get along,
but tho resourcefulness Is coupled
with the fear of tho law- nnd tho
belief in a hereafter.
v Mrs. Vera Sinclair, former Amer
ican octrcM, is honcjraoonlng in
, castle in Scotland with Ccorg
J. Could, banker, toliowlnr their
marriage abroad. . Eb U Gould's
SEEKS R. R. BUILDING
Heu'lopnient Ia-jisiio Aldii-,ses llc.i
To Tonus of Oregou
1JURN8, July H; Tho Central
Oregon Development league, orga
nized hero Saturday mado this ap
peal to tho city and towns in Ore
gon enjoying rail transportatien:
"Wo appeal to you for assistance
and cooperation to obtain railroad de
velopment in eastern, central and
southwestern Oregon, From you and
your Intcncnlng and related com
munities who nro more fortunatoly
situated than tho scattered Battle
ment In central und ' southeastern
Oregon, wo obtain our inspiration
and our confidence
"If westorn Oregon Is so fortunate
as to obtain tbo onorgy of tho Union
Pacific, with resulting Joint opera
tion between I'ortland'and Sun Fran
cisco and at tlio samo tlmo sucurcu a
dlrocl routo through contrul nnd
oastern Oregon, it will profit more
than wo an estluiuto und at thq name
tlmo wo will bo afforded a commer
cial social and political relationship
"Let us tdiow tho Unto that whllo
.eastorn, central and southeastern
Oregon has a great dominion for
settlement, it has no room for strife
nnd sectional dlssonslon that a real
spirit of unity and comradeship abid
es with us and that In this union lies
strength that deserves and must re
"Wjo place our fortune and futuro
in ybur bands and pladgo our host
efforts to work with you in all lion-
rablo and determined efforts to ob
tain Iho recognition nnd nupport of
woatorn Oregon in our endeavors foi
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This steed was lorn Just beforo prchlbl'.len went la o effect. Majlo
thil's the reason for tit- hump en hi tooJt. Ho yorUd for u farmer at
Alteonn. X. Y.. but a collector cf fix-alts bought him for slJo-shnw.
a stnto development that will recoil
nlze and consider eastern, contrail
and southeastern Oregon. I
cuTim votri.i iiavi: hjimahv
(Continued from Tago 1)
nominations by primary must stand
"Xo other plan comes near In, pro
viding popular government.
Kaiio.iH I Sample
"Take for instance in) state be
foro the time of state primaries. The
conventions were dominnted by the
rallroa'd, stockyard and liquor In
terests. "These Interests combined to con
trol and did controt tho rekiilts In
both republican and democratic con
ventions. The) decided who tho
nominees should be In both parties
"After Hint, the people could elect
whichever nominee tliey hooe.
Willi their candidates band-picked
for them, they hud no freedom of
selection. Nominations for gov
ernors, legislators, even for supremo
court Justices, were directed by cor
poration Influences, not by Mm free
will of tho people.
"Four times out of five, the prl
mary Is more Important thnn the
election. For In many states a min
ority party candidate ha. no chance
whatever. Thrf nominees of tho ma
jority party aro assured of election.
"If tho prlnnry Is eliminated, so
the voter has no olco In tho selec
tion of his part's niimliues, ho lias
nn volte in tbo election. '
Fair for Ityir Man
"It may bo true there aro times
when n poor man Is at a disadvan
tage under the primary system. Hut
tho nomination of Colonel Smith
Brookhart In Iowa as a candldato'for
United States senator shows a man
can be nominated without spending
largo sums of money if ho has tho
people's conference and they want
"Secretary Weeks, It seems to me,
nut-Iiolshcvlkcd the Ilolshcvlkl In de
claring popular government a fall
uro. "With nil the unrest nnd discon
tent now current, this Is a poor time
to talk nbout taking from the pcoplo
their primaries. Rather, wo should
bo stdylng bow- to extend them,
"Xst less popular government but
more popular government is what
La Crando Contract lei for con
struction o't now chapel building to
local construction company.
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Maternity Association To
NKW YORK, July 19 The high
death ralo among women of the
United States during childbirth nnd
the Ignorance of tho proper methods
of nursing tho inro of tho mother
have led the Maternlly Center nsso
i'l.-ill(Ui of New York to publish 12
talks for mother strolling the vi
tal importance . of complete mater
nlly care More than n million of
the pamphlets will bo distributed na
tionally. The association asserts that more
women between tho ages of 13 and
15 die from causes Incident to ma-
i ternltr than from any other causo
J except jubcrculosls. Dr. Haven Rmer-
son, of the associations auvisory
board'cstlmates that only ono wom
an out of 17 In tho United States re
celves ilbo benefit tho benefit of
modem medical nud nursing science
at childbirth. Tho result. It U sntd,
Is that iimrj) than 20.000 women loso
their lives during ihltdhlrtli each
year, nion than PMi.OOO babies are
born dead and more than 100, UOD
die under tho ngo of ono month.
Tho association hopes to convince
expectant mothers that pronatal case
lsneedod, nnd lead them to present
their cases to local nursing and pub
lic health organizations and receive
personal advice and direction.
Komal Pasha will not permit a
commission of allied Inquiry to In
vestigate tlio Turkish Atrocities. Ilo
nays ho thlnkx thy demand unprc
cendenled. So, nccordlng to tho In
formation, wero tho utrocltlert. New
York Morning Telegraph.
Discussion continues ns to w bother
tho tariff or tho bonus 'shall havo
first whack at tho pockets of tlio
people. Dallas News.
fit. Helens Water board will In
stall Llilorluatlon plant to guurd
against Impure water.
Nora and Roaa Usluo. daughUra at
ineyii start tbo demur maun
MOTHERS ill I
When ii biltilug girl wauls flesh
colmed slocklugi she gets tan.
Speaking of operations, It must
bo n gland and glorious feeling.
Mnlnn woman shot her husband
and vvwit freu; but It's a had hnlitt.
This now btillontesrt ( underwear
1'iii't new. Ask Iho lnundrymnii,
Seiiiullmi: wo think n pessimist
Is u man vlio pays taxes.
Senator Johnson wants to protect
California mils. It Is nbout time
to leave Hollywood alone.
Detroit boy serving n sentence
In tils father's Jail feels at homo.
Very few women can cuss. They
won't listen to their husbands long
enough to learn.
Some people will hang an auto
license on iin thing that runs.
Strange things happen. A sen
ator has been caught speeding.
The hardest thing on earth to
lose Is a bad reputation.
"Single llandlt Robs Train"
head tine. A 'married bandit
wouldn't have that much uervo.
Only thing wrong with our voting
folks Is they have the gimmes.
You can't tell by tho noire. A
nickel makes mure racket In lh
collection plate than n dime.
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kins. 17-22 Ihkely o' fin friends in either
Mlis Mary Wheeler, Los Angeli,
tron th national onmlle Junior
swimming tltjo at tho recent mcet
tns at Santa Uarbora, Cal.llcr
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adding strength and lite to the tire.
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Men' have always looked to
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man lias won n beauty prize."
"The stage or tho movies'"
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She (very pretty) It seems to,
mu that I have met ou before
Hi' Impossible, or I ahoiild have'
fallen In lovo with vou before '
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