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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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a saxluj; of fotur.il IIhiunniiiI doll.trc
a moiilli. Tim now iovor house
Xew K.iilmuiit Melon ItiKtultcMl liy will lio completed In about elitht
iiim'i.ts or mtivK
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WKi:i, Auk. 1. Work hits h i
romiui'iiioil nt Weed on the con
strttrtlon nf n new power home,
nenr (hn sawmill. Komi nro nl
leaily IioIiik set tip (or tin' hugs
When tlin new plant Is completed.
tho picsenl power house, near tho ROno ,npr carefully nr
factory, will ho torn ilown. All saw-'' ,,,, or-nnu,.,! , c.ill
(I ut nnil wastefrom tho factory an I , wrtv t when tho ret:
plon'InR mill, Vow burned In thelnmj ,,M, WM0 x,j,
months. Tiulnj utiil tomorrow the
committee will clean up thp territor
ies, after which the tartl ill be
nil a cle.ui-up
on lliixu who
tho factory power house, will bn "fed nboitt certain parti of the chamber'
In Iho new power house. work.
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.iw Mva "ill wu CIVVHU iiihii T OUOWIUj; tUIH'Il? Ul UJl' VUiH- I
Ihn fnMnrv nmt nlnnlncr mill, enmn .!. i..n l.n ntl nn iltn'l
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of which will he about one-half mile tennis In tho cimpalctr W S Wll
In tencth. I'rcssuro on the factory py, J. II. Drlroll. W C Van Kmoii.l
end anil n vacuum on the power l 8, Pope. A. M. Collier, N" 11 Drew,
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luiiiM- ecMi win no uscu, ai pre-'j. j. .Miner, . .Moeaij, riru i. i
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or from Iho California-Oregon low-j lolt, liwrence K. rhelps. C. C. (0'"itf
er company. After tho new power ,vln, 1. M. Chllcoto, Cred Meet. O l. w
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nnnso iH romiupii'il 11 win RcnerjiQ 1 iiurne. 11. t.. mnuii, nnu 1- . n.ih
nil Ilia own power. This will mean er." ,
THIS IS THE LAST WEEK OF
THE K. K. K. STORE'S BIG CLEARANCE SALE
OF MEN'S SUMMER SUITS
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Thetccamcrasarc Eastman-madcwith Brownie
simplicity in Kodak factories by Kodak work
men. There is no secret about iijeir popularity.
Take the 3 A, shown above, for' example". It
folds like a Kodak and has the cxclusivcly
Eastman, autographic feature. The lens and
shutter are carefully tested., Pictures arc post
card rizc 3K x 5i inches, And, yet its price
card reads "$14.50."
Ask to see the Autographic Brownies at our photo,
graphic department it will prove worth your while.
PV . KLAMATH FALLS OREGON THn?
WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE 11 11
CUV THEIR DRUGS IacEucvI
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Only a few days more to buy Men's Fine Summer Suits
at1 great reductions. A lot of good styles and fabrics left for
your inspection. Call in and look them over.
All twenty-five dollar suits
All thirty dollar suits
All fortV'five dollar suits
All fifty dollar suits
All thirtyf ivevVdollar suits . ' All f iftyf ive dollar suits
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All forty dollar suits
All sixty dollar suits
Outing wear for both men and women in a wonderful range of ityfes-oiHfU hare, v
K. K. K. STORE
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LITTLE BED SGHDOLHOUSE WET
Quaint Institution of American Rural Life It Declared
Danger to National Progress
XKW YOUK. .Mu. 10. Ailil to the
lint nf Idols KjniiKlietl to diiltliorn'iiH
liy llio efficiency of iimtlrrn iirlemc
that quaint Institution of Amcrlcin
rurul life the "lltlc rcil velmol.'
houne" now tlcnounccJ by cilucv
tlcal oxcrt of Columbia lnlTor
ulty an "a ilmiRfr to iiatlonnl iro
grem." ,Kxirimeiits conductcil for the
patt )rar In 4 tiny eihool In Wurrcn
couniy, N. J hue procd to Dr.
Fannie Dunn, of Tvhrhcra' rollcKC
Columbia, that tho problems attend
ing the ovllf of 'tho "cult of the lit
tle red choolhoue." n 'Dr. Dunn
ratio It, can he solved by tho tame
methodi that have brought progri-M
In teaching tho oung of tho cltl'
' h LaVSarW nil I'ST- I
aPSr . Il. .'r ffl
We have secured the agency for the
Holland shoe for boys, having the reputa
tion of being the best shoes made for boys
in North America. Constructed out of solid
calf skin leather and extra heavy soles,
made in dress and semi-dress styles. Now
is the time to get his school shoes while
sizes and lines arc complete. A pair of
Holland's will solve his shoe problems.
Houston & Jester
515 Main Street
111)' tO hlldllt,"
Knrty-fiiitr puplU .itteiiilvil the
lllrat Kchoolhouiic In Warren coun
ty, hlch a socn mll'at from n
trunk If no rullroad. tun mlltNi from n
pottofflce, and out In tho open coun
try. A hlnclo teacher wuii forced In
Instruct, (tight grades. There are mill
SOfl.OOO Minllur nchooU In the I'nltcd
Slates, Juit Ifili.oofttoa raniiy, Cut
Unilila educators say. They hope to
cut tho number to 40,000. Channel
that ktnu aiuwilllnily ircvplnloBury
to Amcrlciiuit who trioi-aiiier ilioVlK
Id, plaster-cant detneanor that u
exacted of every country schoolboy
who was forced to attend the little
red- schoolhouto of years ago, aro
recommended for thoso one-teacher
Institutions that will remain. Unre
stricted movement aff&ut tho room,
tho Installation of pupil helpers for
the teacher, a morn "clubby" spirit
among tho youngsters, and the ap
plication of the "automat" Idea In
Icirhliig tho children to gain a large
part "of tho ed ii ration themselves
from tho srhoo) library, nro part of
the new plan evolved' from iho War"
ren .county tests,
Desplto Whltller's legend of tho
famous schoolboy of tho "I'll red
building," whoso "checks of tun" lvr
tokened splendid health, Professor
j Thomas W WImm of thu Kyu Sight
I Conservation Council of America,
whn Is Interested In the experiments. I
m)K that !- percent of the pupils In
' rurul schools In New York slate htne
health defects, as opposed to "5 per
cent of unhealthy city children, lu
I the whole Cnlted HtaHs, l)r. Wood "
nays, ir.,ono.nnn of the Sl.uOO.OOO
srhool ehllilren have bodll) defects.
Ho uipreHng nn the fHiitls of
I country schools, the experts ay. that
much of the congestion of the cities
result from the Inability of the
schools to ninl.e country life nttr.tr
tUe Cffortn lire now being liiado
I through meeting nt Columbia of such I
educators as Miss Chart (', Williams,
recent president of tbo National edu
cation association; .Mrs. Kathvrn!
Cook, of the Federal bureau of edu
cation, and Dr Kenyon I.. Ilutter-J
field, president of Massachusetts
agricultural college, to bring about
thu changes In rural education that
will end the plaint of tho modern
"I'm gutting Oh so slik, I
Of reading and arithmetic j
That's why, we gao tho teacher the
And, we're never gonna como bark,
If she doesn't like It she can tit on a
We've got tho sclinolhoiiso blues,"
tiir WRox! mrittttrr
Killtli "Dickey, dear, your 'of
faUsjiniattsstreel, Jsn't It!"
Dickey "Ves why?1, ' ' ' '
rVl,Mf7"T,!0,K w,,at ' UM P'P0,
llamadiL KurM aJ fnnni- mlntakn
aluuirciii yest'errJay. llo said he'd
Wen looking ynii iiW llradstreot."
TONIGHT AT THE
WllrMIK KVCItVIIODV V.OKH
J ' ' J rtfttlKfOrTHK IUMil,K K:.TI'ltKH
- T''K fir
DOUBLE BILL TONIGHT'
'CARMEN OF THE BORDER"
Starred by beautiful Grace Cunurcl. This nlc-
tiuc adaplod fnjm the famous story "Hell's Crater." I
.It's a biuivesterri'fiill of seiisational fights ami no 1
'tio. A, . w ,.f 7 I
"Mother Love and the Law"
will he repeated tonight and there is also
A GOOD COMEDY
' Coming. Friday Alice Brady in "THE DEATH
DANCE" nd the usual COUNTRY STORE
Admission 10c and 20c
Show Starts 6:45
Don't fail to read the Herald Classified Ada.
7 I Mt i ,
Attractive FURNITURE for HOMES
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SET OF 6 WATER GLASSES
MY STOCK VERY NEARLY COMPLETE AD
D1TIONAL SHIPMENTS ARRIVING
THE FOLLOWING NEW GOODS AT
BABY'S HIGH CHAIR, HARDWOOD
"FURNISHER OF HAPPY HOMES"
127 So. Sixth St. Klamath Falls, Ore.
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