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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONUAY, NOVKMRKR 14, 1021.
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School District Will
Get Money Today
1 Klamath county schools nro rlchoc
jiow by tho sum of $71,783.02 nnd
iln morning MrR. C. L. Fergu
son, county school superintendent, be
Ibb tho apportionment ot that sum
On tho various schools In the county.
Tho stato olomontary school fund
amounted to JC.7D9.07, derived from
a 3-mlll school tax levy last year; tho
jlato school fund drawn from iho
.'Salem office amounted to $0, GIG. 93
Ukon from tho Irroduclblo school
'fsuid of tho stato, and tho county tax
tor school purposes collected In Klan:
imlh county, $29,508.92.
Tho announcement today by Coun
ty Treasurer O. K. Van Itlpcr will
probably be most welcome news to
anost of tho school districts In this
zennty, as a majority ot tho treas
uries of the districts aro depleted.
"Warrants were being drawn this af
Mrs. J. W. Laylor and Mrs. W.
ST.'5 Hill were Klamath Falls visit
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Andorson
and family spent the week-end
lth Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dalton at
L. 8tory reports that ha will
finish, threshing this week. Ha Is
"working south ot tho stato lino,
lie reports grata bettor In that sec
tion than had 'boon expected
"Mr. and Mr. E. M. Bubb passed
through Merrill for the week end
' Jlnnctto & Howard have sold
their potatoes to Bert Franklin
1o price paid was 2 cents. The
.farmers around Merrill have real
bed very welt from potatoes this
y A hen party was given Rov. and
3fra. E. H. Edgar at the manse
Thursday,' Nov, 3, It came as a sur
prise. It was planned for tho ladles
to each take a hen" and the men
jometnlng tor tho pantry. As n
-result tho pantry Is well stockod
land chickens of many colors grace
ttkclr yard.- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
' -apprcciato tho many kindnesses
That have boon shown them since
they camo to make their home
Inurr Wostbrook Is building a
'asodern chlckeahouse on his placo
souta of towt. They have thor-
&ghbred Whlto Leghorns. Mr.
TVostbrook Is a firm bollover of bot-
.Xcr stock of .all kinds.
Z. ' N. Agee was host for o din-
aicr party at the Hex Cafe, Nov.
Sth. His guests were Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. IIotbs, Miss Young and Mr.
OP". Fruits, of Merrill, and Mr. and
lira. Drummond, of Klamath Falls.
31 r. Agee travols tor ta Portland
Shrm and Is an old Roseburg friend
at Mr. and Mrs. Uobbs.
Mrs. Geo. Offlcld Has been stay-
ins with her brother, Madison
Broun glnco his accident. Mr.
. .'Brown Is now entirely out of dan
ater. Dr. Kr'eeso was a Klamath Falls
visitor .Monday, being up on the
'Lloyd Hewitt case. Mr. Hewitt 1
the young man whoso leg was In
jured on the rock crusher recent-
A charivari was given Mr. and
Mrs-. Velton Hasklns Friday, Nov.
f. Mr. and Mrs. Hasklns rather
expecting something of the sort
UMBERS UP YOUR
SORE STIFF JOINTS
"T7EATHER exposure and hard
YY work bring pains and aches In
muscles and joints. Havo a
feottle of Sloan's Liniment handy and
apply freely. Penetrates without rubbing.
You will find at once a comforting
raenso of warmth which will be followed
Iby a relief from the aorenesa and
-stiffness of aching joints,
Alto relieves rheumatism, sciatica,
For forty years pain' enemy. Ask
At All druggists 3Sc, 70c, $1,40.
Big Hard Times Benefit Dante
TUESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 15, 1921
Admission 67,y2c Tax Paid 7i2c Total 75c
.. Ladies Free.
All Receipts Go to Young Men's Club.
were out In their car nnd led tho
crowd a morry chnso through tho
country lanes until thoy wore fin
ally stopped on tho cross roads
North ot Merrill. Thoy woio thon
taken homo horo a ploasant cvo
nlng was spent In games. Refresh
ments wore served. Mr. and Mrs,
Hasklns have left for tholr homo
In dlondalo. '
A cement sidewalk has Just been
completed on tho south sldo ot tho
W. S. Merrill building, extending
west past tho city hnll nnd barber
shop. A. D. Miller, ot Klamath
Falls was tho contractor.
A meeting ot tho Chautauqua
committee was held hero Wedncs
day ovenlnc at which tlmo It was
decided to hold Chautauqua Nov,
29-30 and Doc. 1. Tho prosidont Is
"Burr Wostbrook and socretary-trea-surer,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fratlor havo
moved from the cook house to one
of the houses owned by Mr. Finch
across the River. Mrs. Cook, who
has been living In Klamath Falls
for some time will occupy her
Stukcl & Offlcld are feeding 200
head of cattle tor the market. They
are feeding at the W. E. Corum
place where they have bought hay.
A farewell dance was given at
the W. P. Whitney residence four
miles north of town Friday, Nov.
4. About titty people wero pres
ent. Thoy report "a very nice time.
Frank Ottoman, who has been
attendlqg the O, A. C, completed
hlB course In half the usual time
and Is homo to stay with his family
until after the holidays.
Mru. Belle Klrkpatrlck Is spend'
Ing somo tlmo with her son, Lester
and family, at Merrill.
Miss Loulso Hatch and sister,
Airs, Aiccomb, received word re
cently of the- sudden death ot a
sister at Los Angeles and Miss
Hatch .with a sister, Mrs. Cast) ot
Mt. Lakl went to attend the fun
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Balloy wore
Klamath Falls visitors Saturday
and report business quite lively at
tho public raarkot.
Evcryono In -this section will bo
pleased to' know that the cheese
factory rocently located at Malln
started operations Monday last.
Bon Daniels received a tcjegram
that his father, who lived at Santa
Ron, died suddenly at a hospital
where ho was taken after a tall
from n threshor separator. This
came aa u shock as fie was reported
as Improving on Monday. The two
sons, Ben and Louie, started for
Santa Rosa as soon as poislblo at
ter receiving the pad nows.
George Stron bridge, to and
son aro spending a tow days at
the homes of John Balloy and Har
ry Wilson and calling on other
friends in this section, whore they
used to live before locating at Chll
oquln. George Is also bringing down
a few ot tho duckB and geese ao
The ladles ot the Helping Hand
will bo entertained by Mrs. Emma
Wilson Wednesday, Nov. 16th.
.Oliver Martin and wife are spend
ing a few days visiting In tho Rogue
River country. .
MOTORISTS ARE SPEEDING
ON NEW DAIRY ROAD
A large number ot motorists are
making Sunday trips to Dairy to en-
Joy the feel ot a real roadbed under
their machines. The tendency to
open up the "old boat" and let It
skim the surface Is almost IrreBiat
Ible, the motorists say .and with no
officers present, many have tried it
Warnings wero Issued by tho state
highway department that there must
bo no speeding over the new fioad
and that penalties will bo enforced'
upon anyono violating the law.'
Speeding materially weakons the
roadbed, and Is bard upon the surface
especially if quick action is neces
sary to stop suddenly. The skidding
of the tires starts ruts which wear
away and make holes whoa rains and
heavy trucks hit the exposed parts, a
little later on. . , '
D. A. It. TO PLACE MKMOIUAIj
FOR 1'IOMKKR SKTTIiERS
Mrs. R. E. Wattenburg has about
completed the formation otthe Kla
math chapter ot the Daughters of tho
American Revolution. One ot the
first activities ot the chapter will bo
tho erection ot a memorial at the
"Stone Brldgo" on Lost River, tho
slto ot a dam now under construction
by tho reclamation sorvlco, in co
l &i?ftOT Wfa iSSm. "
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i CAST NIGHT SOME YOuMt SCMWlPi THnew A wOT.
! 9ft oecAveo vegbxablcs on Pftc twitcheccs pront )
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NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN to tho legal voters of School District
No. One of Klamath County, Stato Vf Oregon that a SCHOOL MEET
INO ot said district will bo hold at Central School, on tho 28th day
ot November, 1921, at 2o'clock In tho attoTnoon for the purpoo of
discussing the budget hereinafter sot out with tho levying board, and
to voto on tho propostlon of levying a special district tax.
Tho total amount of money needed by tho salil school district
during tho fiscal year beginning on Juno 20, 1922, and ending June
30, 1923, Is estimated In the following budget ,and Includes the am
counts to bo received from the county school fund, stato school fund,
elementary school fund, special district tax, nnd all othor moneys of
PERSONAL Him VICE:
3. Tearchers, 22
Janitors 2 2
Clerk ....i. .......' U
Health Nurso 'l
Stenographer '.. .... ....""1
cook. .:......... 1
Truant Officer 1
MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES: .
1. Furniture (desks, stoves, curtains, etc.) .... 500.00
2. Supplies (chalk, erasers etc.) 3,000.00
3. Library .books .... - ...... 300.00
4. Flags 60,00
5. Playground equipment and " ,
improvement ot grounds ...i ., 4,340.00
6. Janitor's supplies .. - .. 500.00
7. Fuel ...:........ 3,600.00
8. Light nnd water ... 1,000.00
10. Postage and stationery , ... . . 325.00
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS:
Building aid grounds ........
ASSESSMENTS (Highways, Roads,
1. .Bonded, and Interest thereon
Freight and drayage
Telephone and Telegraph
Total estimated amount ot
( t during the year
(ThA abova form of estimated
this blank by the budget committee and after being made out by said
committee may be certified to as correct on the margin and filed with
the district clerk.) ' " ,
From county school fund during
(Use amount of county school fund
laatvear aa basis in making this
From state achool fund during the
"school year a,ou.v
(Use amount ot state school fund received last
, year aa bal8 ' making this estimate.)
Total estimated receipts, not
Total estimated expenses for tho year $98,000.00
Total estimated receipts not including proposed
Balaneo, amount to be raised
Date this 4th day of November,
Attest: IDA . MOMTER,
Ago" in Linkville
operation with tho Stato Geographic
al Board and tho local chambor ot
Tho ntemorlal will bo In honor of
tho in men from tho Initial American
settlempnt in tho Willamette valley,
who located the South Emigrant road
In 1840. t .
Tho best Isinglass comes from Rus
sia. It Is made from the giant stur
geon, which Inhabits the Paspian
Salary per year Total
:...:. $ 850.00
.'. .$18,726.00 . 18,726.00
ti ' $1,260.00 1,260,00
.". .7. $96,700.00
- - 26.00
money for all purposes
expenditures may be clipped from
Including proposed tax $S7,E0O.OO
yby district tax ,...$60,500.00
P. L. FOUNTAIN,
,Chalrmsm 'Board of nDlrestors
TAMALE PARLOR MOVING
TO 204 MAIN STREET
where we will be glad to welcome our old friends
and lr.alcc new ones.
Spanish, Italian and Chinese Dishes
Open All Night
I Leave "Your 'Films
before 9 oyocK-Your
A.M- Pieiuras aw
m Aa J aaaAba a jUm
rSL-. KLAMATH FALLS
V where pahticulah people
IfruAi-rvl BUY THEIR DRUGS
Tho saw mllla aro closing down and your cheapest wood
soon be gouo.
ONLY A FEW DAYS
FOR GREEN SLAB
$3.50 per Cord Delivered
$1:00 per Cord at Mill
Wo handlo alt kinds ot wood, wholosalo and rotall.
O. PEYTON & CO.
MONDAY IlKALTII TALK
A cold, when neglected, may ra
pidly develop Into dlsoaso of ser
ious naturo and oxtont. Immediate
steps should always bo taken to
put It In check.
Colds aro duo to retained wastes
In tho body and the causo usually
Is slucglsh nctlon of liver kldnoys
nnd lungs. Tho causo ot this slug
gish action Is tho Implngomont, or
squoezlug of spinal nerves at tho
splno. By chiropractic spinal ad
justments this prossuro or Impinge
ment Is removed and tho norves
are frocd to carry normal Impulses
of .vigor and strength.
PRESSURE ON SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES OP
THE FOLLOWING ORCANS:
MM MASS IS PINCHED
PINCHE0 NERVES CANNOT
THE UPPER NERVE IS r
DRS. MALLETT & MALLETT
Office Pver Underwoods Drug Store
Phone 539-J for Appointment.
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It PEOPLE EW '
RUGS ' KiiajgA&v)
Undo Bon Bays:
"Novvy. It's tho
weak in health
who get a cold
with the first
COLD AND FEVER
"I developed a high fever
and was ao sick I could not
ratso'my bead from the pillow.
Two chiropractic spinal adjust
moots changed the course of
my trouble, It was quicker
work with a cold and fever
than I had experienced bo
Jo re." Hebeh C. Hall, Chiro
practic Research Bureau state
ment No. 1286H.
WHKN UAXTH BHOJNS
depends on wien you telephone ,
638-J for aa appointment. Con- '
sulfation Is without charge,
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