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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TI Evening Herald
TttTKKw WhlriltaV Company of
KltfcMk Mil, at 119 Klghth ttreat.
Mr at to pettotf lea at Kta
Ik Valla, Or., for traaiaiMloa
ts -milt 'i ncaai-msa
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-OF TH ASSOCIATED
mV WMlHt' PtMi ;ti sxeltilra-I1-!'
to tin uh 'tor pahllea
tUft.at all aawrdllipatcha. cradlta)
to IM Wat' othnrwlia cfeilted la
thlb'tfaito aid alae th Ideal mwi
uKa aartla. -
0 yyymtlY, Jtii)V atf.oua.
MIRROR OF LIFE?
LET'S HAVE TRUTH
1TV is lira to stop this practice
or making meat a target for abuto
!hd nilarapreiimitatlon. Thiv plan
of pack on and livestock .producers
to unite In "a campaign to rcestab-'
lUh meat In the public esteem Is
both timely and sensible. , t
For year ps'tent medlclno faYers,
health faddists, reckloss thcorlata and
other spreaders 'of .dietary hokum
hare run rampant Id their, attacks on
meat. .And, producers of other, foods
have nought to get a, larger hold
on the popular, appetite by running
down meat. So-called meat' sub
stitutes galarn tiara been foisted on
the gullible consumer. ,And lu'
putting all, "tali cTtr, a tot of pure
fiction, baa been uttered about meat.
The meat, producers bare allowed
this sniping, warfare to go on until
meat has, oaea undermined In the
popular estimation; so much so that
the annual jper capita, consumption
of meat In this country has fallen
oft nearly thirty pounds since 1900.
3lost. of this loss has been sustained
by the, beat producers. A great
staple farm, Industry has been dona
a grave Injury.
,Th! public, should be told the
truth about meat, particularly beef.
And the, truth is that meat, is an
essential and thoroughly healthful
part of the white mauls diet. It
has been, .the foremost food .of the
blg-boaed, strong-bodied and vlgor-J
ous.raeet that bare written the hia-
UryfOt the modern world. The
, pioneer did, not subdue this. country
on a diet' of saeat substitutes, aor
did the Englishman put a third of
the world vaster the away of his
institutions on. a diet of vegetable
atewa or nuf rjllets''or. the4hr
tide of the picture look to the Hlnda
and the Chinaman.
But after .all. what better argu
ment for meat is there than a thick
steak, done to that perfect turn
,,wblca brlags out little plashes of
the rich Juice; or, mayhap smother
ed in oalona or garnished with
CreoU sauce T A substitute for
that? Ilardly!, Nor ti .there any
for a big. Juicy roast, flanked on
.each side, by well-browned potatoes
and with a turoen of gravy handy.
When a man's hungry he wants
something that stloks to big ribs.
And meat does that better than
anything that the human race has
found, la several million years of
pretty ardent searching. Meat Is
u man's food. Country Gentleman.
Jh N rtitfiually Intelligent child
recently deprived' by tta parents
or its arcustbmed perusal "of a yel
low newspaper, turned to the- ex
pedtent of getting up a newspaper
of Its own. The first copy, done
In pencil, showed on Its front page
ten Illustrated stories of violent
crimes of all sorts. This was the
child's Idea of a newspaper aa
gleaned from actual experlcnto.
Can anyone doubt that this men
tal reaction Is natural, and that
It is a consequence to lo expected
from the nature of the news print
ed by the average sensational Jour
nal? An editor .will excuse the
printing of crime news on the
ground that tt Is the function of a
newspaper to hold up the mirror
of life and show it for whatever It'
la. Such logic la faulty. vltr starts
with a wrong premise and reasons
to a wrong conclusion. The plethora
of crime news that decorates the
front page Is not a true repre
sentation of life, but only a selec
tion of Ita worst features deliberate-'
ly paraded to view. '
A study of psychology reveal
the tendency toward Imitation and
auto-suggestion. The thought re
produces the things It feeds, upon.
The sense at moral shock at crlmo
la dulled br repeated familiarity
and' the sentiment awakened Is no
longer that of repulsion, but Is of
ten one of attraction, particularly
with a certain type of mind. Hence,
the crime-purveying newspaper U
not so' much holding the mirror up
to life, as It is helpln to create
the Incidents which it delights to
Life Is not a welter of crime.
Nature always produces mora beau-J
,tlful things thsu Ugly ones. Oc
.caalonal monstrosities are born, but
nney are the rare exception. Even
bankers testify that people are nor
mally honest. The dishonest ones
are In the minority. Tbo world Is
made up of actions and reactions,
'all of them intensely Interesting
to the inquiring mind, and most of
them, comparatively speaking, are
good. For one disfiguring canker,
nature produces a million beauti
ful, flowers. For one, bad action in
life there are a million good oaes.
Where Is the editor Justified In
picking out all the bad things to
publish, and then, calling It a mir
ror, .of life T Ban Francisco Jour
nal. , ' t
puk&os Tke rms ocd MetvDasT. il
IT MUSSJSS UP MY HAlR To MUCH l
VoLtt CoT TO QBT OWG. OF THo9te
CoCiJP-SPiSNteiNQ gOUt fMz NTS 1'.
i iCTfiKHiMpe'iTPiiKi Turtcr -n-i i kica.s
cost nfeo muci-j horvcy 1 . thsR-S's
e5tvovjc.tt vuu9 arc.KiN. inoun
' Tb'' " gagagagasssssssssf -T
iErBgdN wJ 4i- Rt-HT " I
1eessssMsMgasgtsMaassssssaajsssaaMaasssslM . , , .-.., ..rJ
LzJMe"a.eandles. atwaza frtsh. nl'
ways gooa, always guaranteed. Cur
rln says so. 10
MMRT LR1VK 80METHI.VG
De'dbroke (roused by his wife)
rWaat's that you say, a burglar?
Mrs. Dedbroke Yea. Fancy a
burglar calling on us!
Dedbroke Let blm climb In:
ftben I'll give a yell and It mar
make, him. drop something he ha)
stolen, elsqwbere. . . .
Coanly Court Proceedings
'W. II. Ross, supplies, Janitor,
W. II. Ross, suppling,
'Cal. Ore, l'ower Co.
I.obr (arm, 113.75.
Cat. Oreg. l'ower Co,
J.. K. Sullivan, Jitney,
II. C. Simmers, work. $12.98.
J. l,.8p.irrotorn, supplies, 110.80.
I i. a. .iiunruu : .-ill, niiiini'i,
Janitor. I coo-
Ktatldard Oil Co., Hupplloit, IU.3T..
service, Stnr.ilaril Oil Co., supplies,
service, Murkut lload Claims nllowcil nml
. warrants drawn:
sheriff, I Keller Ilroa., work, LatiRelt Vat.
Mkt. ltd.. H.7:i.
Olass Sl Prudhommo Co.. supplies, I K. C. Htucky. servlco, Lnngull a.
clerk, 13.31. .Mkt. ltd.. 1
K; Sugarman, supplies, poor farm, ! Htl Accident Comm. Insuraiicu.
$3.J5. .Midland, $73.11).
Comet Electric Co.. supplies, Jan-' State Accident Comm. Insurance,
ttor, 111.00. v. .' Lnngell, $17.10.
Sacred Heart Acadamy, esrvoe, ' State Accident Comm., Insurance,
county poor, $17.00. ,'oe. lii.st.
State Library, supplies, bdiool' lleruld Pub. Co.. pub. notice, l.uii-
Supt., $3.01. ,nell Val. .Mkt. It.. $7.00.
Reckard Auto Service, service, ' . H. Hrn-.n, supplies, Lnnxell
school SUPR. $21.00. , Vol. Mkt. IM.. I7.no.
Chlloquln Hotel, meals, ..lection, 'Hndard Oil Co.. supplies. Ijingell
f00. Val. Mkt. Rd.. $12.22.
II. avM. C. Co.. siimmes. school . """"'" """ ..". "uim'"'.
imbllrntlnn of said mil Ire tielng tipnu
the 10th dny ot May, 1929, nml the
Inst publication being upon tbo .lint
dny or May, 1923. duo proof of the
publication of siifd notice linvliig
been tiled with the rlerk of this
court mum tlio 1st day of Juno, IP22:
that In nml by snld notice nil per
sons Interested were ordered nml dir
ected to file exceptions to nil or nny
part of said Commissioners Report
on or before the 12th day ot Juno,
A, I). 1922; And it appearing to the
court that no person or persons In
terested In the lands within the snld
Meadows Driilungo District or In nuy
or the matters contained lu snld re-
I port nppenred to object or file nny
exreptloim or other tlemllim In thin
matter, after ti full Investlitutlnn of
till mntters nml tlilngx presented by
mild Commissioners Rupert nml the
"I'laiis for Reiiiimntlon" of the Mid
Meadows Draliunto District nml (bo
estimate of the cost of mild recla
mation nml the court IiiivIiik iniidn
nml entered Its finding of (act nml
conclusions of law herein ami IioIiik
fully ndvlsed In the premise iik to
What decree It should enter.
It Is therefore hereby Ordered,
Adjudged nml Decreed that the Re
port of Commissioners of the Mea
dows DrnlnnKo District as (lied In
these prneeodltiK bo, nnd the same
Is hereby approved and continued,
. i.tt.l (It., li.lt.tu ul,lil,i III.. Iiiiitmlnrv
I .1,1' ,.(.. n...lll, ...'. . ........... f t
;of the Meadows Drainage District
will ho benefited In the amount and.
to the extent set forth III said Com
missioners' report with no resultlmt
daimlKo, except as noted In said re-j
Ami It Is further ordered and do-,
creed that the "Plans for lteclama-1
Hon.," of the lauds of the district J
as adopted by tint Hoard of Super-1
visors, Is nlso approved uml confirm-,
eit bv the court; ami the clerk of this '
court Is hereby directed to enter this
decree upon the Journal of this court
and to transmit u certified ropy of I
same and u copy of the "Commis
sioners' Report" to the secretary of,
Hoard of Supervisors of Moudowx
dralnnite district nnd ulso file with
the Recorder of Klamath County.
Oregon a certified copy of this do-,
creo nnd report of said commission-1
Done and dated In open court this
12th day or June A. I).. 1922. .
It. II. Ilunuell, County Jmltte.
Hurrolt Short, County Commission-'
Asa Kordyi'o,( County Commix
sinner. Whereupon Court Adjourned unlit
Friday, June t. 1922. . '
II. II. III'NNKI.I..
Countr JudRe I
luminal, short. '
Co. Commissioner. '
Don't Ml to red the Herald CUulfiad Adi.
At the Ice Caves
Dance Saturday Night
Exploration Party Sunday
Accommodations For All
Good Music - - - Good Meals
Party will be taken into new caves
Spend the Week-End at
Bear Foot Ice Caves
STAR THEATRE TODAY
Mary Roberts Rinehurdt'a Famous Story
"The Glorious Fool"
With RlfcHARD DIX and HELEN CHADWICK
ll n mined)' Unit l dllfcreiit lliim iiiijiIiImk pirtloml) oIiomii
nml Jim ulll Kiiiily rnliiy It
Tomorrow DOROTHY ,DALTON in "THE WO
MAN WHO WALKED ALONE"
Brunswickf phonographs sell best
when coaipafed with other makes.
Curria'a for; drugs. 20
Ootbamltall , understand the
town you ,caie from figures In a
recent novel., Was the author born
visitor ves; antf. if be ever
shows up again he'll die there'.
If you own a phonograph leave
your name and address, with us and
receivA free a regular sited package
of steel 'phonograph 'needle's. Cur
ria'a for drugs. 20
. .Currln'a seh 34 different odors
In perfumes. Currln's tor drugs. 20
rmm. '.fi -m
Curria'a personally guarantee each
and every Garden, Court toilet pre
paration. Currln's for drugs.- 20
MHOKiE SAYS' '
I iHfo. jNUMMiKt1 MAtAM,
" '-' " mnui Ui'.t.MiLrr'
riJ3ITTilV ! ' w Jw .
1 n-yniysmsai nm. aasti j-
I fi HDL
,ctff .;,Fer nlM litm lUwrUtkMlM.
Ik lrtoiUif, tiW.J.UiMti4llmr pr-
wSM Vtt tttt tt&M Vm UM' or Unw.
Mi fill imiMtii.' I Uim.
fl.iO. MoMf. Uck U'avt sstWM. wL.n
puAkMM toara. ' - -
ttirxih' for Drugt
Klamath Falls Oregon
U" J "'nrf 11 H v I'm i'i.
When you 'want your" eyei
examined, your broken lenses
duplicated or frames repaired,
look for the
sign, 709 Main. ,
Qlasses 'ground. Immediate
fhoaei.iOfc. iwlfr, Kee. MI-JI
Drummond l'rlnt Shop, supplies,
. ""I Ml Hannen supplies court house,
Drummond l'rlnt .Shop, supplies.
assessor, $21. CO.
Drummond l'rlnt Stioii,- supplies,
''Irwin Hodson Co.,-supplies, clerk,
0.K. Transfer Co., service, treas
Reckard Auto Service, service,
school Stipt., $14.00.
Roblnson-Ilourso & Newell, nudit
, Ijikesldu Lumber Co., supplies,
$4.80." . ,
K. A. liond, state seuler. $13.r,').
County Road Cliilms ullowed ami
Lee Cornish, time, $04, CO.
Cbas. It. House, service, 1139.85.
Tom Moore, work. 1112.94.
Oxceto Welding Works, servico,
T. K. Wallls. supplies, $14.C0.
'Illy Mercantile Co., supplies, $C.l.r,.
Standard Oil Co., supplies, 119.35.
State Accident Comm., Insurance,
O.'S. Campbell, teams. $111.00.
O. 8. Campbell, work', $73.81.
'Leland Harris, work, $8.07.
L. W. Campbell, work. $C0.2C,
Fred dale, .work, $35.90."
A. K. Gale, work, $04.90.
Lakeside Lbr. Co., supplies, $9.75.
41m Edsall, work, $23.20.
Baldwin Hardware Co., Hiipplles,
Dig Masln Lbr. Co., supplies, $0.20.
Ualdwln Hardware Co., supplies,
The Klactrlc Shop, supplies, $3.95.
Oregon Slate Ilway. Comm., ma
chinery, $3C84. ,
Lanitoll Vol. .Mkt. ltd.. $8.33.
Din Hasln Lbr. Co., supplies, Mid
land Mkt. ltd., $1C,. .",5.
Ed Miller.jwaik.Langell.Val. Mkt.
ltd.. $10.00. "
Library Claims allowed and war
Ualdwln llardwnre Co., supplies,
Pacific Tol. & To!. Co,, service,
Cal. Ore. Power Co., servico, $0.30.
In the Matter of tho Tlejiort of Com
missioners n l hoi n ted to assess ben-
"eflts and damages If any. to the'
lands within Meadows Drainage ,
District, Klamath County,
1'riiln), June III, 111:14 t
Ccurt Met Pursuant to Ailjmiru-'
ment, when were nresent' It. II Itiiu
nell, County JudRe; llurrell Hlmrt
and Asn Fordyre, County Commis-,
sinners. The IoIIowIiik proreedlnr.s ,
were bad: , 1
Current Kxpensn Claim allowed
Whitman Drug Co.. supplies poor '
Itoad Cluliim allowed and warrants
drawn ns follews: i
Oscar Cornish, time. $76.81.
, l.ee Cornish, time, S70.N9.
Harry Dixon, time. $48.40.
I'rrrln Dixon, time. $48.40,
Walter Stewart, time. 148,40.
Jas, Adklns. time. $48.40.
Mln Lovelndy time. $128.11.
Hoy Dtxon, time. $17.97.
Whereupon Court AslJourne,i until
Saturday, June 17th.. 1922.
II. H. Bunnell.
Now on this dny this matter com- c ii'. ' """"!."" ,1 T.
(Continued on Pane Three)
InK on to bo heard upon the repprt of
the commissioners heretofore nn-
pointed by this court to Inspect tlie nKH. ol,K,lt rlph, k, ,!,,(,
ands within the Meadows Drnlni.Ko ,,,,, r,K,ltt currln's for driiKs. 20
District and to assess benefits and
damages aKalnst the said lands un
der tho "Plan of Reclamation" here
tofore filed In this court; And It ap
pearing to the court that the Com
missioners herein nppolnted by this
court In this matter to-wlt: Don J.
Zumwalt. D. W. Ityan and J. W. Ut
ter duly qualified as such under their
appointment and filed with the clerk
In this court their oath of office and
entered upon tho discharge of their
duties us such commissioners as the
law In all respects required; and It
appearing to the court that said com
missioners have made, signed and fil
ed tho report of their actions as such
commissioners, which "said report
filed with the clerk of this court
upon tho Cth day ot May A. I), 1922,
and that after nnld report was filed
tho clerk of this court gavo duo and
legal notice of thq filing of said ro
port by publication In tho Kvanlng
Herald a newspaper printed and pub
lished In Klamath County, Oregon
for a period of four weeks the first'
At Ihe LIBERTY Today
U1.1t eieiiltir a pimped nudN'iii'e ruriiiin ! V. jii- Orxy's
"The Last Trafl"
Oue of the best nllrnctlniis we have ever played nnd Juntly mi. fur
this fine Wer.teru Mury U on,) of the best .J lie tlrey ever penned,
uml the capable nut bended by Mnurlre I'lynn anil supported by
Kvi Novak, Wallare lleery and ItoMemury Tlieby liaudlt-d It In a
wuy that left no ihnuro for adverse cilllrlmu The final slmwlnit
of "The Uiit Trull" Is tonight.
Friday Dainty Marie Provost in "KISSED" and
the Twelfth chapter of "With Stanley in Africa."
Coming Sunday William Farnum in "PERJURY
To His Majesty the Baby
Baby is entitled to the best in the
world. Why not give it to him?
The Best in
LINKVILLE IN YE OLDE TIMES
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s B11K1 IiW
lW JCPHBNWICK5 COMC-
. isimi rmart inc. ou.vuc.
Baby Buggies and Go-Carts
can be seen on my 'floors. Come
and look them over.
. s Buggies Ranging From
j$5 to $60
Perkins' furniture Jouse
"FURNISHERS OF HAPPY HOMES"
127 South 6th St. ' Klamath Fulle, Oregon
NKH KnW,VlY onc pie
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