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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1921)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Monday, November 14, int.
WORLD'S EYES '
Ily IIOBT. I!. HMITH, Prcwltli-nl. of
! TI10 Ltimbrrmcit'H Trust (Join,
puny Dnnk of Portland
Eoycs of tho (Inanelnl and buol
noKH world nro turnotl Novombor
,12th on Washington, whora Pres
ident . Harding's Dlsnrmnmont Con
forenco Ih holding Its Initial sos
ston. It Is now qulto gonorally un
dorfllood that whntovor In accomp
lished will bo economic In Its ef
fects., and will Influonco tho lives
nmJ prosperity 0t tho peoples of nil
tho civlllxcd world.
Norman Hapgood writes that
on a corroct decision being reached,
much, of tho world's futuro hangs
and that the Interesting thing about
this point ot view now Is that It 1
absolutely tho prevailing mood. No
such fooling prevailed In Paris, and
the forthcoming conference Is hold
to be of far moro Importance.
II. 0. Wells haH already oot.down
IiIk opinion that tho world' Is slip
ping, slipping back, and that tho
whblo structure of civilization Is In
ORIGINAL ESTIMATE AND ACCOUNTING SHEET
I School District No.
This original cstlmato Is mado In compliance with soctlon 231-A ot the school laws ot 1021 and shows In parallel Icolumns the, nnit costs
"ot tho' several services, material and supplies for three fiscal years noxt proceeding the current yoar, the dotail expenditures for ' the last one
of said three preceding fiscal years and tho budgot allowances arid ex pon'dltures for six months ot the current year. ("Six months of the
- current, year" moans six months of the, last school year.)
5 Expenditure and budgot allow- Expenditures for threo fiscal years
i ' " ' anco for slxx months last next preceding the last
.-".'- i Estimated school year school yoar
,, . ... '' ,i jttwv JLir'-iL i. oxpondlture. 1020-1921 k
. ' if" ' - T.EM !" " for. tho ensuing' Detailed ex- 1019-1920 fc 1918-1919
f . " ' Expenditures Budgot allow- pondlturos for Second year First yoar
, ' , school year ,Blletn anco in dotail tho last year Glvo Glvo
,- ';.' ,n U01 o-10 of yr. o' too throo- yoarly totals' yearly totals
i, y .... ya.r Porlod
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'PERSONAL SERVICE: ".'",,'. V
' 1. Superintendent ' : ....A...-,.-..;.... ' ' $ 1,041.65 $ 1,350.00 $ 2,183.30 '
. 2. Principals ' ' 7 - -. -.
2 1C0O . .4 . . ..,--, ,
2 14 GO .: v .' ' . - I : tj
1 1413.75 ... .'.-. 5,190.00 7,490.00"- .- . t ...
; 3, Toachers .. j ..;. . .... "yi. .-.-. . -.
, 2 1C00 ........ ....-. '.,... " . , , . - 4 : -ti . ..!. ',' b'ti1' ' .
4 0 1400 , . ' !."'., V,,,. ..t .t
20 0 1300 ..-...;, i ., . ,.".,r-.'' ; V ' "'" ' ' '
', 1 877.50 I....'..: J .? -.. "'- - " ' 'v SJ t r - , -
1 W 900 t . ,. .,-' -jf-- -. . !&r. .vV '-.-- i -'
. 1 O 641.25 ., ', 32,151.25 , 20,700.00 37,600.00- " Jv St9' 'i 'I?.'.,? -Hi-IA.
' . Janitors 1 P 1126.60 ..T. ,r' ' " ...,. ., iV , ,,-k ,,?; v-'i .
1 O 1114.16; 1 720 ,f. - - - . ?'" '--.-
1 410.26; 1 392.60 - ' 1,049.76 1,800.00 3,461.32 vf . .-sj ' . T i.'
5. Clork 250.00 300.00 450.00 ' Av1, '. u.f"t.. '
7. Other sorvlcos; Cook .................. ........ ,,s. ,. . . .. 460.00, . ,. ' 900.00 .-'- -.--- .v -
Tyinnt Offlcor -.. ' , 26. 00' 51.00 ,: ot ) -.
Total Personal Borvlccw - $ 30.758.65 ' I 24.050.00 1 52.025.62 t 40.485.98 28.156.25
MATKHUL AND HUPPIJK8: "-''.
1. Furniture (desks, etc.) .603.06 $ 300.00 1 2,821.99
2. Supplies (chalk, etc.) 1,360.13 600.00 2,960.82
3. Library books .. 60.00
4. Flags -.....'. 60.00 ,
5. Playground equipment 300.00
6. Janitor's supplies -.. - " 240.00 ,
7. Fuel 959.80. 1,440.00 3,621.30
1 8. Light' - . 433.92 480.00 820.42
10. Postago and stationery " 147.25 60.00 326.20
Tola! Mnterlnl nnd flnppllcs ?. , 3.504.16 $ 3,540.00 10,550.73 I 4.703.70 I 4.350.U t
CONSTRUCTION: ' ' 38,970.22
Total Construction ' ' I 38,970.22 $ 5,750.00
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS: - ,
Uulldlngs and grounds -. 1 , 300.00
Uulldlngs and grounds , -. ,. . 300.00 , '
' T.iIaI -lnlntf itimco auid itcplrw I 508.87 t 600.00 $ 2.201.27 716.75 ' 9 207.70
ASSESSMENTS (Hlgliways, Roads, Streota, 'i " , '-
Bridges) : ' fa - . r .....
Streot paving and Wntor asst 1 123.66 810.58 -
Total -AMCwmcntM 9 123.60 1 810.58. I... 375.35 I 273.70 -...
INDEnTEDNKSS: '.'""".', .. . ' '
1. Dondcd, and Interest thoreon 1 18,725.00 9 2,461.60. ' $ 4,737.60
. 2. Warrant, and Intorost thereon ' 24.02
3. All other Indebtedness and Intorost ' '
theroon -.... ; . ', 70.67 ,
Total IndcbUxlnwm I 18.725.00 9 2,461.60 . V ' $ 4.832.09 ' I 2,508.00 I 7.991.25
INSURANCE: ' $ .246.50 -$ 1,250.80 ' '
Total Insuranco - : I 246.50 1 1,250.80 I 494.50 I 277.22
Freight and Drsyage $ 126.70 4M.54
Laundry ...-- 15.16
Tel. and Tel. ...................-. ......... 33.66 . 220.29 ' s (
Other Items 197.30 483.42 . . -.
Total MisceUancoiiii $ 356.56 1.174.40 $ 306.66 $ 149.57
CRAND TOTAI .'. I 37.959.84 I 28,190.00 1111.815.71 $ 40.673.24 I 47.155.79
if Ida B. Momyer, do horeby certify that the above estimate ot. expenditures for the year 1022-1923 was prepared by me and that tho
expenditures and budget nllowanco for six months ot the current year and tho expenditures for tho three fiscal years next preceding the cur
rent year as shown abovo have 'been compllod from the records In my charge and are true and correct copies thereof.
N7-14 ' IDA D. MOMYER, District Clerk.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
HIT 3nl (wODT V id. ' r R,G BEFORE VOb: 1 sK&BaMO
Imminent porll. Wolls lifts his' now
orful volco to rouse pooplo out of
tliolr complacont' Intercut In potty
affairs, and to focus tholr nttontlon
on the trunscomlont significance of
tho approaching parleys. Tho
gloomy Englishman declares It no
thing Bhort ot criminal for pooplo
to occupy themselves with small
poraonal Intorosts when tho happi
ness of mankind 1b In tho balance
Rogor DaljBon, says, In offoct,
that bonds ot European nations
may bo worth nit thoy promlso by
what tho conforonco' docs, or. may
bo mado worthless .
Thoro Is n0 doubt that much of
tho buoyancy thnt has lately boon
oxpcrloncnd by business In tho
Unltod ,8tatoj- Is tho result ot tho
effects ot tho Disarmament Con
ference haying boon favorably dis
counted. Prcsldont Harding re
cently Issued a warning that too
much sliould not bo expocted. Ha
said that tho most that could rea
sonably bo hoped for was some sort
of an ngroomont In tho dlroctloa of
a partial roductlou of armies and
Tho situation holds many perils;
thoro Ik a possibility of a clash of
national alms and ambitions which
cannot bo reconciled, arid that the
conferonco break up In n dispute
Thoro Is danger, if tho sessions end
Willi notniitg -accomplished, that a
panicky fcollng will sweep tho
J UNIVERSITY NOTES 1
..UGENE, Nov., 12.-M8poclal)
Tho lnrgost crowd over assembled
to neo an athletic event In Oregon
Is oxpoctcd to, gather In Eugcno or?
Novombor 19, when Oregon and O.
A. C. will clash on Hnyward field
as tho feature of tho annunl Homo
coming festivities of th0 University.
An entire now section of grand
stand scats Is now being construct
ed in a clrcurlar shape atound ono
end of Hnyward field, giving tho
field tho appearanca ot a hugo
sniicer shnped stadium. This sec
tion together with' other soatlng nr
rahgomonts will give Hayward
field a seating capacity ot 15,000
It's a long hard road to tho do-
grce ot doctor or philosophy at the
University of Oregon. Dut at that
it is fairly well traveled. Thoro
aro on students doing graduate
work this year.
For tho first time since
nnd desplto an Increase In
Jack Beneflol, graduato manager jof
ONE REEL COMEDIAN
tho Unlvorsity of Oregon, hag se
cured special railroad ratos on nil
roads in Oregon for tho hundreds
ot nlumnl and former studonts who
will Journey to Eugene Novombor
18-20 for tho annual Homecoming.
QUAIL HO PLENTIFUL
THEY VISIT IN TOWN
D, V. Michaolson of Sacramento
was a tourist hero this' morning who
claims that ho saw moro quail be
tween tho Kcno river and Link rlvor
bridges than at any other place be
tween Sacramento and Ashland du
ring his trip.
Feeding In tho road about one
mllo cast of tho Keno river brldgo,
Michaolson claims that ho counted
227 blrds-in one flock that wore sun
ning, feeding and dusting themselves
In the highway. About 200 yards
south ot the Automobile campjng
grounds, right In town, tho fence In
one place was lined with 8 quail.
When the' mjacblna was stopped to
admire and photograph the bunch tho
birds Beomod curious to know what
wafl going to toko placo and remain
ed until an oxcollont series of pic
tures wore taken,
J. A. Busbong, who resides on the
Keno road, was in town Saturday
after supplies for his ranch.
mm t lTUrALtCOrieOUT ;AT FJfTjL fTSTSTtf AJ&I
M YHCLEAR5'- HERtf 7 I' IX OH J.mS3SSSS' HIM HC!iAl
SWIMMING Is ono of tho greatest
exorcises in tho world. Try it at
tho Now Hot Springs Bath Houso.
TO RENT TO GENTLEMEN, TWO
upstairs rooms with bath. Phone
WANTED TO LEASE Five or sir
room modern houso, closo' In.
Phono C. L. McWllllamfl at Acme
Motor Co. v . 12-17
BARGAIN In good nprlght pjano, call
Sunday at 741 Commercial St, noar
FURNISHED Or unfurnished or part
ly furnished Apt. 1205 Worden Are.
Two big lots Hot Springs Addition.
One on Portland Btreet and tho other
on HI Dorado. $276.00 for tho two.
I 121 North 8th St,
FOR SALE Now modern 4 room
House, lurnlsbed, sewer connec
tions, bath room, screened In porch,
large basement, chicken bouse and
yard, 2 largo lots, beat gardon place
In town, all fencod. Some cash,
terms and a good ton truck. Ad
dress C. J. Herald office. 12-14
FOR SALE Well Improved 160 acre
grain ranch near Msrrlll. Will sell
or trade for Klamath Falls property.
Can also Include a fall line ot term
machinery, horses and tractor. Price
reasonable, 'Address K. L. Herald
NUBON0 CORSETS made to yonr
measure. Guaranteed. Mrs. Rose
Randall, 621 Jefferson St., Phone
RELIABLE MAN -Wants position In
Tetall or wholesalo store. Address
1021 Washington St., City. 12-14
FOR EXCHANGE Now 4 room
modern houso. Will tako vacant
lot as first payment. Inquire 1125
WANTED To exehango 320 acres
in Lake county for a place In Kla
math Valley' under Irrigation. Box
J. C. Herald, 12
WANTED Men's and single wo
mon's laundry and mending. .Call
after 6, o'clock or Saturdays, 703 N
2nd and Grant sts., city. 12-14
FOR SALE Completely furnished
Holms apartmontss, 1177 Main St.
All rontod. Income $325 a month.
Long lease. Apply F H. Tumor.
FOR RENT 3-room. furnished apt.
Phono 413-J. 634 N 8th at. 11-14
THE CRATER CAFE has re-oponed
under new management; will bo
conducted as a strictly union house,
according to a statement ot one of
the proprietors. 12-lt
HORSES FOR SALE OR TRADE
Four hoad hones, 6 years old, wt.
1350 to 1375; will sell or will trade
for used car In good running condi
tion. Fred J. Boldln, box 113, Mor
rill, Ore. 12-14-16
WE USE Only the best grade of ma
terial arid do tbo best grado work
posslblo at the
EVANS SHOE CO'S.
BUCKHECHT SHOES glvo moro
miles for your dollar. Priced at
$6.85, $6.85 and $7.85.
EVANS SHOE CO. ,
DON'T FORGET The Powell lecture
at Moose Hall Saturday night
MAN SAID I gave $14.00 for
those shoos and would give that
much for another pair as good. His
friend replied: "Take them to Exans'
Repair Dept. and he'll make them as
good as new for one-fifth the prlco
and you won't havo to break thorn
MAIL OR SEND your shoes to the
Evans Httoe vot. itepair uepi.
Work Guaranteed. 727 Main St..
Klamath Falls, Ore. ' 12-J5.
AVOID THAT COLD by having good
soles on your shoes. Evans Shoe
Repairing Dept 12-15.
BEST HALF SOLES In town $1.60.
Jack Frost, 6th St., back of Endera
Opon evenings until 9:00 o'clock.
STINSON PHOTO SHOP Open oterr
Sunday until Christmas.
STINSON PHOTO SHOP Open OTerr
Sunday until Christmas.,
FOR SALE flat top desk with chair.
Inquire Herald office. 4-20
Inquire about our Ten per Cent
Christmas Club Plan. It applies ea
any make ot phonograph. Karl
Shepherd, 667 Main St. The Excla
slvo Music Store. tf.
USED PIANOS -Stelnway, Elling
ton, Trowbridge , etc., at flM
and terms that should Interest yom.
Let's go and look1 them over. Bail
Shepherd Co., 507 Main St. 7tt
1 1926 Ford Sedan fl 00
11918 7 pass. Bulck Six $969
1 1917 7 pasi. Hudson $900.
1 1920 4 pass. Chandler1 $1200.
1 1921 7 pass quick
, Inquire for price );
BUICK SALES It SERVICE CO.
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
12 LESSONS -GUARANTK-.U
POPULAR SYNCOPATED STAND
BEGINNERS & ADVANCED PUPILS
ENROLLMENTS CLOSE NOV. 1BTH
F. B. CLARK INSTRUCTOR
826 LINCOLN, PHONE 564J
' CALL OR WRITE
FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
GIVEN AT YOUR HOME. Xt
FOR SALE Olft nowscaporsat Her
CITY GARBAGE Wlirn you .wan
, garbage removed- call 10F23.
SACRED IT.EART HOSPITAL, Med
fbrd, Oregon., conducted by th
Sisters of Charity ot Providence, ot
ter to young ladies oxcellcnt training;
In a modern and thoroughly equip
ped hospital. For particulars ad
dress, Sister Superior. O 17 N17.
For Glass, Roofing, Building Pa
per, Cabinet work and Building Al
terations call the 626 6th Streot Cab
inet and Carpenter Shop. Phone
W. E. McAROY
If yon want those hens to lay thla
winter feed plenty of Made-ln-Klasa-
ath alfalfa meal. Manufactured by
Harry Telford, phone 18F13. f-io
FOR SALE Klrtland Farm Is offer
ing for sale cheap one registered
two year old black Percheron stal
lion, sired by Kotab. the bestrlnvport-
ed black Percheron In the valley, or
will sell Ketab. Theso are priced so
they will pay for themselves next
year. We havo some young teams
for sale also. Will sell a few reg
istered milking shorthorn cows and
heifers, two bull calves sired by Foot
hills Corporal, the grand champion
ot the Pacific coast. Write, phono
or come to see as. J. E. Mason.
supt. Phone 19 X 3 Central Point.
MILLIONS OF CANTELOUPES
FROM IMPERIAL VALLKt
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14. Mora
than 153,000,000 cantaloupes,
enough to furnish every resident ot
tho United States for a melon and a
halt for breakfast, were raised in that
Imperial Valley ot southern Calltor
nla this year, according to tho Pacific