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WEDNESDAY, MAY I, 1M0
.THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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. ' DRUG FACTS NO. 57
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TEN THOUSAND TAKE
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. Corvallls. May 19. At least
10,000 persons hare attended exten
sion schools In 43 communities In 14
ctuntles In the last sir months, ac
cording to Professor E. II. Kills,
dairy specialist, who has had charge
ot scheduling the schools.
Farm bureaus havo pushed lids'
The measure provides for n levy
on tho dollar on nil of tho tnxahtu
property ot tho stale tor tho support
of tho public elementary schools.
Tho tax will bo levied tor tho ttret
time In IHjccmber 1920, and then
annually thereafter. Each county
will receive from the fund rained by
this tax tho exact amount which It
p.i)g Into the fund The money will
then bo apportioned among tho
school districts ot tho county In pro.
portion to tho number of elementary
teachers employed In tho county.
Ttil T Will InrrviiM Srluml 1'uiitN
Only When Nroloi1
More than forty-two millions of
dollars worth of property In Oregon
escape taxation for the elementary
schools excepting what It pas to
maku up tho county school fund.
The county fund Is only one-fourth
of tho amount spent for tho public
schools. Seventy per cent of tho
public school funds Is raised by tho
special school district tax. This
means that nil tho property not or
ganlxed Into school districts does
practically nothing to support tho
public schools. Also, all ot tho prop
erty Included In school districts
which do not lovy special sAiool
taxes are doing practically nothing
for tho elementary schools, Tho
total valuation of these two classes
ot property amounts In Oregon to
mora than forty-two millions of dol
lars. Tho two mill tax U to bo levied
upon all of tho property of tho state.
When this Is distributed on the
teacher basis, .It will give to the
weik districts a fund sufficient to
employ a competent teacher. Tho
districts which do not need the addi
tional funds wilt simply lower their
special school levies.
The frrnrtit laur
Tho only general tax now lovted
for tbe public elementary schools Is
the tax which thn law requires oicti
county to levy for a county school
fund. That Is to say, each county Is
required by law to levy for public
purposes a tax amounting to i 10.00
for each child ot school age. This Is
the only county tax levied for elo
mentary schools and there Is no
state tax for tho public schools. Tbu
only sum coming to the schools from
the state Is tho Interest of tho Irre
ducible school fund which nmounts
to about $1.S5 per child. Tho entire
Ort'Kim Man W In Ibid Nlmpo-Tukc-
Timlin mill IVi'W Like
Von Mnu Nun,
.work, tbe object ot which was com-1
munlty development. Subjects cov-,
ered by lectures and demonstrations, gum proJllccd b). tho ,,0 ,,cr ca(llta
have Included dairying, farm crops. , amomilI t0 only n moro
"soils, horticulture, plant pataeology. tnan ont..fourlh ot tho moncr rc.
p ultry husbandry .animal, husban-' qur0ll ,,y ,he ,,ubc ,,001,,
dry. and home economics. Anewlm-j. KUrti,or, great Inequalities exist
petus in agriculture and home devel- ,n lho valuation of school districts.
opment hns been evident in tho com-Thorc nro 500 Ml00i districts In Ore
'munltlcs where these schools have
been held. It Is pointed out.
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CHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
Came to my place about November
1st, one bay mare and one colt
branded U P. Also one black mare,
bo brand visible. Call 19 F 2 or ad
dress Robt. Cheyne, Klamath Falls,
SAN FRANCISCO PIANO TUNER
Owe of the beat oa the coaat.
Leave orders 007 Main He, Phone
Karl Sbepherd Music Htore.
STAHDARD OIL COMPANY
An average of 2S0 patents a year
are granted to women Inventors In
NOTICE FOIt HUM
Sealed bids will be received at tbe
office of tbe county clerk up to May
31, 1920, for the following Items,
1st. For 0,279 rods, 32-ln. woven
wire fencing, top bar to be No. 9
wire, bottom bar No. 10 wire. Inter
mediate wires to conform thereto.
Stays 12 Inches apart and to be of
No. 11 wire, with all necessary
2nd. 10,958 rods barbed wire,
standard medium, 'with necessary
3rd. 5,700 cedar or juniper posts,
( Inches square and 6H or 7 ft. long.
4th. Olds for construction ot
5,279 rods of fence, posts and wire.
Posts 16 ft. apart with two wires to
be stretched tightly and firmly fast
ened to posts with staples in a work
Cth. Also bids will be received
for material and construction of the
above specified fence, said fence to
be along tho state highway between
Klamath Falls and Merrill at place
or places to be designated by tho
Illds for 1st, 2nd and 3rd must
specify date of delivery. Rids 4 and
5 must specify date ot completion of
Five per cnt of the amounl ot any
or all bids mum accompany tho bid
or wus as tne case may tie.
hius to e opened May 31. 1920.
The Court reserves tho right to reject
any or an uius.
Hy order of the County Court.
C. R. DeLAP. Clerk.
gon which havq a valuation of only
$30,000 or less. Thure are many
districts uhoie valuations aro so
high than onu-tcnth of a mill special
tax will produco suRlclent funds for
the ear. There aro 504 districts
which levy only two mills or loss,
The two-mill tax will correct tho In
equalities. The present county fund,
amounting to $10 per child, and tho
Interest on tho Irreducible) school
fund, amounting to about $1.85 per
child, will still bo apportioned on the
census basis, This plan of first giv
ing to each district a certain dellnlto
sum such as It will lecelvo from tho
'I lime actually gained twenty
seven pound In weight nud feol Just
like n lieu man since I begnn taking
Tanlac," said Dan Heed, n woodman,
who llos at Item). Ore., whllo In thn
Owl drug store recently. Continu
ing, ho said:
"Some tlmo ago I began to have
trouble with my stomach. My appe
tite berame poor and 1 Anally got to
where I would have to force, down
every mouthful I ate, and when 1 did
this t would suffer with I Men no
cramping pains In' my stomach after
wards. I would also bloat something
nwful and my heart would palpitate
terribly and It would bo alt I coulc
do to got my breath. I lost so much
weight that I finally became so weak
I could hardly drag myself around.
When I got up In tho morning I al
ways felt worse than when I went to
bed. and 1 had no energy and Just
felt tired and wornout alt tho time,
"I had been rending so much about
Tunlac In thn newspapers nud tho
good It was doing others I decided to
glvo It a trial, and It commenced to
help mn almost at onco. My appetite
Improved and I hegnn to pick up In
weight nnd strength. I have taken
seven bottles In nit now, and urn glud
to say I hnvo been completely reliev
ed ot all my trouble. I can eat any
thing 1 want without suffering any
bad effects and nil that tired, worn
out feeling hns gone. I sloop all
night long without waking mid al
ways get up In the morning feeling
ready for my day's work, and whllo
tho Job of a woodsmuri naturally re
quires a great deal ot phjslcal
strength I can do ns much as I ever
did. Tanlac did mo a great service.
In restoring my health, and I am al
ways glad to toll others about It, and
never miss an opportunity to do so,"
Tanlac la sold In Klamath Falls by
the Star Drug Co., In I.orolla by tbe
James Mere. Co., and In Merrill by
tho Southorn Oregon Drug Co. Adr.
two-mill tax fund on the teacher
basis, and ot apportioning tho bal
ance of the school funds, that Is, the
$.1.85 now coming from thu county
and state on the census basis, has
been carefully worked out by all of
the county superintendents and they
agree that It Is lho mono equitable
plan of distribution. Through this
plan all of the school districts will
bo assured a sulllclcnt fund to em
ploy n competent teacher
Till N tho Chllili-in' Hill
During ono week In March, 50,000
Quality In roofing is what gives it
resistance to sun and rain the two
worst enemies of roofing. Quality
in Malthoid is built-in. That's why
it lasts so long why it's the cheap
est roofing you can buy. No better
protection for house, barn, shed,
fruit warehouse, shop, garage, etc
Comes in three thicknesses. Ce
ment, nails and directions in each
Big Basin Lumber Co.
children In New York Cll were sent
home from the public schools, bo
causo no teachers could tin secured
to teach .thorn. Coming clixer home
one hundred and sixty schools have
been .closed -In Oregon this vnr, bo
causo tho district could not pay n
salary that would attract any teach
er. Tho boys nnd girls In less than
500 school districts of Oregon will
bo without teachers next year It this
bill falls to pass. Shall tho statu of
Oregon be responsible for thn future
cltlsonshlp ot this state by placing
tho property of tho state bark ot tho
public schools, or shall It allow tho
boya and girls in nvo hundred dis
tricts In Oregon to grow up In Iguor
ancof Waiving all sentiment, look
ing at It as purely a business prop
osition which Is tho bettor plan for
tho future ot tho state?
Bradford (Mass.) Academy, found
ed In 1803, claims to bo the oldest
Institution In New England for lho
higher Education of women
Practical Painting. Atumlnumlng of
nil Iron fixtures. Furniture llufliitsh
Ing and general contracting.
11. r. TUTiiiM.
Ulil Hose HI.
A thoroughly equlppod Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for tho
scientific treatment by hospital moth
ods of medical, surgical and obstet
Tho new and modern fireproof build
ing contains private rooms for bed
and ambulatory cases, completely
tqulpped examination and treatment
rooms. Roentgen nay, clinical. and
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DAItKi:. GRAY. FADED HAIR
WITH BACK TEA
Store Building and Lot
IN THE HEART OF MALIN'S BUSINESS
ALSO FOUR LOTS RIGHT NEXT TO THIS
APPLY LOUIS lOLDISCHAR
Grandmother kepi her hair beaut!
fully darkened, glossy and attractive
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied with won
derful effect. Dy asking at any drug
store for "Wyetb'a Sage and Sulphur
Compound you will get a large bot
tle of this old-time recipe, improved
by tbe addition of otbtr ingredient,
all ready to use, for about 60 cents.
Tbli alosple mixture can be depended
upon to restore natural color and
beauty to tbe hair.
A well known downtown CrtJfguM
aaya everybody use Wyetne Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because It
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell It be been applied
it's' so easy to use, too. You simply
dampen a eemn or soft brash and
draw It tnrough your hair, taking one
strand at a Urne. Br morning the
gray hair disappears; after another
application e tw, R'ls restored to it,
sjLteraTeeler and looks gloser, sell
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I had been wanting for a long time and only by the
merest chance I noticed where it was being sold!"
She only happened to see it advertised.
And she considered herself lucky.
But think how often she must have been unlucky '
how many good things she must have missed by not
being a regular reader of advertisements.
It will pay you to read the advertisements in this
to make a practice of reading them.
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