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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS' OREGON
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PiMMm4 dally atetvt Braa'ar, at
TftrMtfhld PablUHfBg Company of
KJaauth Fall, at 119 Eighth it real.
JCatarad at tha Mstofflca at Klaav
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tirm im ' aitiw
MISUSER. Or, THE ASSOCIATED
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Tb Aaaoclated Praaa fi luit
ly n tit lad to tho one for publica
tion 6f ail nawa dlspatche credited
to It, or tot otherwise eradltad In
taJa Baaar, and alto tha local nawa
Copy for display advertising must
Im ID this office not later than 2
ti.ra. on the day preceding publlea -
.on owr w n '";" '" .l"el
Isaiia of the paper of the nett day. I
want ad and readme notice wiui"" jam uiMuimn w.... .., ". ,
b received up to 12 noon on th? and right llvlns and then walk
day iMue, i ahead, fearlessly ready to do your '
Herald fnhlUhfnK Comply. ,,Jt and tf ,MV, tbe tMom to j
M.VTTIITMV, OCTOITEn SI. 1022. 'e poer higher than yourself.
TrAM-WOriK counts In every
line of human endeavor. The
football roach appreciate the value
of lean-work, work early and latei""- a brIe' brines visit hefe.
to npbnlld the team, seek to Ve-p
the strongest Individuals of the'
team in me argreg.j.on year auer
year, and .ubordlnates every private
conslderatlca to that one thlag I
'Th dacldlne aarne of the last .
world series In baiebatl wis lost
through lack of team-work. Two
player on the losing team quarreled
over tho flay. One lost hi temper.
The opponent took quick advantage
of th momentary" rift In the team
work of tho organization, and with
their own team working as a unit,
03 the gamo and tho series.
Etery successful big business or
ganliallon owe lis success to the
spirit of team-work.
Tha Hale of Oregon now ha In
the national congress a group o!
able men, who by rcasca of long
association with each other and ua
dcrstandln's; of each other, are able
able to Work together In harmony
and together achieve big things.
Renator Me.Vary. Congressman
llawley. Congressman McArthur.
Congressman Blnnott here are
members of a strong team playing
the game entirely In the Interests
of ttro pnblle.
Senator McNary aa chairman cf
lh aehato committee on Irrigation,
Coagrettman Blnnott a chairman of
tbCTiooso committee on public lands,
ore tbe pivotal figures In the Oregon
Jtglslatlre team, especially a re
gard the Interest of eastern Ore
gon, where reclamation. Irrigation,
development of the public land and
protection cf the Fubll" resource
ore tho big questions.
Neither Oregon senator I a can
didate '.hi year. Congressman Haw
ley ha no opposition. McArthur'
Multnomah county constituency can
be counted on to retain bltn ngalnst
hi three opponent.
And Klamath county will, aa It
should, auppcrt It member of the
team. Congressman Slnnott.
So long as It can Veep Its present
delegation unbroken, Oregon can ex
pect continued aid from the na
tional congress and the departmental
bureaus at Oregon. The members ol
tho delegation are trained by exper
ience. Tliey hate standing and In
fluence. No sane coach would ever dream
of r ola cine n member of an ath
letic organization who had the same
riuallflcatlonn for his position as HID'
noil or McArthur hawi shown In
The business exccutlvn who had
department chiefs a efficient would
bit constantly fearful lest some rival
outbid him for their servltes.
Wo liavu effldeucy of high order
at our' command In the present Oro
gon delegation In ctngrcss.
"And wo need to keep the learn
'OHIIY is nothing morn or less
(than a form of fear, so Prof.
John rtobortson sa) in a number of
Many a man will confess ho Is
worried, but would bo ashamed to
udmlt )ils lens.
Wo aro nil reluctant, to ay tho
least, to own that mi aro the vie
tfm of four. It seems cowardly to
be'.betet by fear,
Thl undertaking which we call
life, la a voyage selling out Into un
We"du not know exactly whoro we
are going or what storms may over
Uko i. The muni)' pari ls to ro
rnUjn atradfast anil bo sustained by
a genuine fulth In Provldoiiro.
Worry U not rolatcit to ia general
clrcuiritancoK, It I u mental uttl-
buoyant nnd nnworrled, nnd com
pare their circumstances with thoo
of 100 other people, who aro con
tinuously worried, we would find
that the first 100 would really hare
a much- to worry ahoat a the second.
Worry M not produced by the
way thine happen to you. hut hy th
way you happen to things. If you
are a worrier. the cure for yonr
Wnrrr deomiU nron you
There la no doubt but that a
Hrong and abldlntc -faith In flotf
tnsplrrs many a heart with eo'irar
and hope, and confidence. Yon can
no', tay that you are a real believer
In rcllclon If you so on year after
year IndnUInc In the worries and
fear and apprehensions
One of the very best antidote to
worry Is to keen your physical self at
1 1,, ht
Put your health In the
best possible state. If It Isn't already.
Al D Short, manager of the XVhlte
Pell.'an hotel, left for San Francisco f
nr. irfCormck u renorted
slowly retovertng from a month's
,erIous mnr lt. at tbe nom,
, Mr ,nd yln Ujfl ,
frs. Ella Liebhart was a pissen-
tr on the moralng train bound for
i Portland after having visited for the
past week with her mother, Mrs.
A marriage license was lsued
yesterday to Clifford John Wllle'.t,
and Miss Elva Pearl Sweeney, both
are residents cf Iorclli where Wll
lett has a farm.
Mrs. J. W. Farrlas nnd son, Hob
crt, who has been hero from Port
land, a the guost of her alster, Mrs.
E. D. Lamb, returned this morn
1. W Jory, who with Mrs. Jory
moved Into town from their Midland
ranch a few weeks ago, has been
stricken with pneumtnla and Is re
ported In a serious condition,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred llreracr and
cntliimt narr reiurnea irom tnej
cast where they have been fpr the i
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I'uai uirca iiiuuiiiB uu win .uuiiiui'
to make thc.'r honm In Klamath
Miss Rreta Madison, who for the
past few year lias made licr home
with her aunt, Mr. I.yle Mills, left
Sunday for Oakland, California,
where hc will cater Heald's Iluil
Mr. J. W. Morehouse, who for tho
past six months has been hero visit
ing wllh her daughter, Mis Haiti
Morelmuso, left this morning for her
home In Santa Rosa, California. Sho
will visit with a son In San Fran
cisco on her way south.
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Rogers, who
are motoring from Chicago to Ta
coma, epent Thursday and Friday
visiting Dr. and Mrs. F. It. Ooddard
and Dr. and Mrs. II. 1), U. Stewart.
They left ycsicrJay expecting to
visit Crater lake nnd ether points
between hero nnil Portland. ,
Mrs, Henry Applegate, who for
38 year has not been In Klamath
Falls, at on time her home, was
here this week from Ashland. She
was accompanied by Mr. Dan Walk
er and Ernest ApplcrMe. The whole
party spent Wednesdny nt the home
cf Mr. and Mrs. L, II, Applcgale In
Hwim lake valley.
Mr. end Mr. Martin Pernoll and
family will leave sonic time this
week-end for Marysvllle, where they
direct to inaku their future home.
Deviating from the usual mode cf'
travel, they tire planning to make
tho trip In a covered wagon nnd
look forward to an Interesting jour
ney. Time and Usage
The vajuo of your glaxsea j
not gauged by what you pay
for them, but by tho RESULT
you obtuln from their use. dur
prices ure. always reasonable,
but we will not let price affect
tho value of glasses bought
here. Olavsea must be fitted
to benefit thq sight; that's the
jterylce you get here.
H. J. WINTERS
714 Main. IMioae HIMV
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We grind our own' lenses
.OTlCK OK .MCIIOOL Mr'.KTINO
.VOTICB IS HKttKHY OIVF.N to
CH....1 fUtl nt k'ltmAth rnnnl
MEETING of oalil district will be
of NoTember. 1922, at 10 o'clock
cussing the hudicet hereinafter el out with the lerlnR board.
Th tnfll -tmiMlnt rtf mnnv needed hv thn til.l irml ,tlcl .lupins'
I, a. I ....... ..... .. ... ... j - ..
tnn rucai year oeKinnins on Jun ...;.
rillll.i tuitunt4M ,... "'
from the county school fund. state
, .nclal district tax. and atl other moneys of tho dUtrlct:
f ESTIMATED EXPKNOtTUItEa
IVrtul Sort Irr Salaries per year
1. Superintendent -
2. Principals, Deputy Superintendent
3 Teachers . -
4 Janitors ... . -
6 Stenographer. (Wins; examinations
Total . . . .... . .. ..
Material ami Snpr" '
1. Furniture de.k. stoves, curtains, etc.)
2 Supplies (chalk, erasers, etc) and Jan
itor supplies . ..- .
2 Ubrarr books
t FUit -
5. Playground equipment .-. -
. Fuel . ..
T. Ught - ....
S Water . ... . ..- ...
9 Postage and stationery, Telephone, Tele
graph and Printing r, ....
Con t run ton
' M'lnirnanrr am! Ilepalr
Building and grounds
; Transportation of Pupils ..
, Total .-. 4. ...'.t.u.-.
Traveling expense Superintendent
Traveling expense Hoard ........
Emergrncj . .. ..
Total estimated amount of money for all purpones
during the )ear .. II 49,759. GO
(The above form of estimated expenditures may be clipped from this
blank br tho budget committee and after being tnarto out by ald commit
tee may bo certified to as correct on the margin aud filed wlih tho dis
trict clerk )
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ,
From county school fund during tbe coming
school year ... .. . I35,0t'0 0
(Cie amount of county school fund rteelv- . f,'
ed last year as basis In making this ,
From state school fund during the coming
school yor . ... 3.503.60
(Use amount of state school fund . rccelr , '
ed last year as basl In making thl - I
From elementary school fund during tho cuaj- '?
Ing school year . . . .X.1r..wf5rt.l26..s3
Etlmate of probable unexpended balance .at '
. . end of current year . - -.. r -i..
Estimated amount to bo received from all
other sources during the coming school
year -... - . ....... ...(..v ..... .
(Do not include inn money to tit
from the preposed tax.)
Total estimated receipts, not Including proposed tux
Total animated cxpens for the year 1149,759. CO
Total estimated recolpta not Including pro
posed lax . - .... -. -:.. 51.8J0.45
Dalance. amount to be raised
Dated this 13th day of October, 1922.
It. W. TOWER.
Attest: K. L. DAVIS, District Clerk. Hoard of Directors
(Th! original r.itljuates are a cart of this budget, and must accompany
It both when printed and posted.)
Oltlf.INAI, IMTIMATK AND ACCOUNTINU HHKirr
KUM.TH (.-OCNTY HCIIOOL DISTItlCT
This original estimate Is made In compliance with section 231-A of
the school laws of 1921, anil show In parallel columns the unit costs of
the several service, material and supplies for tbe three fiscal years nrxt
preceding tbe current year tho dual! expenditures' for tho last one of said
threo preceding fiscal jrars and the budget allowances and expenditures
for six months of the current year. ("Six months of the current year"
meant) zlx months of the Ins; school year.)
Estimate! expenditures for the ensuing school year.
ITEM , ;
.f in rri in-
1. Superintendent - -
2. Principals, Deputy Superintendent . - .,
5. Clerk .
C. Giving examinations
.Miilcilnli. jnul Siill(-
1. Furniture (desks, etc.)
2. Supplies (chalk, etc.) ......,....
3 Library Ixiokh .. . ... r ......-..... .-.....,.-
4 r lag .... . . ................a.....M,.......... ..
5. Playground equipment ............
C. Janitor's supplies ,. -....
7 Fuel .,
9. Water ... - '
10, Pottage and stationery, telephone
I Mnlnl iianrs nml Kepnlis
HulldlngH and ground ..
1 Transportation nl PuplN t
IiiHuiunre .... i
Travellnu expense Superintendent
J Traveling expe-nso board
i v i. n.vli iin IipkiI.v run If v
ures for tha ye-ir 1922-1923 was prepared by mo and tnal thu expend
itures and budget allowancu for six monthf the 'current year and the
expenditures for the three fiscal years next preceding thn curront yt'ir us
I shown above huve been compiled from the re-conU In my charge and are
jtrue nnd correct copies there-of,
( - ' K. L. DAVIS,
The Oregon Fire Re
That G. D. Grizzle
hat been appointed at
agen , for Klamath
the Icr.U otrrs of Klnnuth County
lltaNi it IW.,,,n tk,.i .. UftffWl.
hi, at Klamath Fall's, on the 1 1th day)
in the forenoon, for the purpose of dls-1
- ,. --,, ..... .....,, ........... llllltll.1 .ln
A .. A . . .. . . -.
ia, ana enmnc; June so. i;u;i,
im-mum ,.i.i ...liuilllia II, Ul' n I , 1 1
fchoal fund, elementary school fund,
I 1. 299.R0
by district tax
-. . . .1
and telegraph, printing
C, 000. 00
... . C'00.00
. .1149,759.00 '
that thn aboVn i-ntlinato of expendit
TO 1IH GIVKN A WAV
FREE HAT7ftI)Av, OCT. 3S
RAILROAD, MUD AND
POLITICS MIXED AT
ntntti rvic.c.1 iriu'
(Continued from I'ajto t)
farm products ure simply pro
hibitive and we bellevn that thl
would ho remedied If we had
adequato rultnmd transportation;
WlfKHKAS the Kljnmtiy roun
ty chamber of commeree, so-called,
ha published to Ibr world
that It I s.itlfled with h pit
mad facilities now being furnUh
il thl community nnd sucli pol
Hon taken by th chamber of com
merce it violently opposed by the.
13.000 cituen of this county who
favor tho carrying out of the
supreme court decision un-mers-Ing
the Southern Pacific ffom the
Central Pacific railroad.
NOW. THEREFORE, lit: IT
RESOLVED by the itlzen. farm
er Irrigator and other In ma
meeting assembled this 20th day
of letober. 1922 nt the Henley
schnct hotifc on hn Klamath
rrclamalnn pro jo 't. in Klamath
couaty. Oregon, thai up serlcusly
nppoe the stand- taken by tho
Klamath county chamber of com
merce in which It favored the con
tinued control of the Central Pa
cific by the Southern Pacific com cem
pany: that W( favor tln unmer
per to th-e two railroads pur
suant to thn decision of the su
prm court of the I'nlted States
dated May 29 thl year, thai the
expreston t (he chamber nf com
nierce I not the smtlment of th
peopln of this countr, and
RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that copies of thl reo!utlon be
itnt lo the President cf tho
I'nlted State. The Atorney (Ion
oral of tho I'nlted States nnd thn
Inleralale Commerce Commission
Introduced and passed at a mam
meeting held nt HenUy schoil.
October 20th. 1922
It B. RRADDURV.
From the quietude of the fireside
to the roaring, oll-smelllnK speed
way. Is the course travelled by "Tho
Married Flapper." starring Mario
Pruvust. at the Liberty theatre to-
The story Is mi alsl of tluotays
of the modern flapper, (hough thl
one I uinrrlel, and proto. that even
a giddy "finale ho;i or" ran bo pot-cesn-d
of noble stuff
Tom Mix. the dynamic Vox star.
Illef In Riting tils ' farge and
loyal public rbangit a well as. sen
sation In his photoplay.
In iatmt production. "Tho Fight
ing Streak." which come to tho Lib
erty- theatre tomorrow. Mix will be
seen In u purt such a ho never ha i
played before that of n brnwny
)oung blacksmith in .t little western
town. Through the medium of this
character thu story take on novel.
color In Interest, and It starts MU
off on a series of ndventuren thati
provide action every mlnuto and glvo
the famous Fox star anolhor pho-i
toplay that Is fairly packed wlth
thrills nnd entertainment.
4 6Th L-t
1 'a PBI.. . U.I
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS:
Becnute of the
necessary to raise
r--r - t
from $92 to $95
close of business
'y ;"f vi
il m Ziuluit- i'i hi li h
Itcit brrHyfjun -wl J'J" -oHli T
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LOS ANdELES, Oct. SO. Over a
score of college students were In
jured, one posilbly dually.. In a
riot hern ,tuday In which student
of the southern branch if Ihe Dal
verslty of California werw attacked
Tonight At The Liberty
The I. Illli- Itrnutj, Murle l'irtiit, In
"THE MARRIED FLAPPER"
tl'n .unapp), Clever nml Mu(!mIiIi)
TOM ,MI. In TUB riCIHTIMl HII(i:.K"
CDvll.VC TK. MOIITS IX A lt.1 IUXM"
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CRATER LAKE BUTTER
you know it u made from Klamath County
Cream produced by Klamath County
CRATER LAKE BUTTER
Made from the Cream of the Country
Klamath Falls Creamery
prevailing market condition
the sale price of our 7', preferred capital stock
- - - t i. C i. n.
per share. This increase will
Tuesday, October 31, 1922.
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POtyJER
ii- a .
C caf lirfw , 11)111 vnV
by ttudenln of a rival university
while gathered for a "iMjitmerlnn''
party Tho nttarker used "rhsd
Utiu bombf." brick, fists nnl oilier
The attacking' Muilenl were frmu
tho Culver!!)' of Ciillfiirnln RoKer
Vargir. It, Is III n crlllral riindl
(Ion with Indlcnlliiim nT splunl (rur
0t result by using ctast ada.
it hat been found
take effect at ths
!' luta ..!! mi if
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"il "i" r, in i
iuilo cyr hnlilt, If wo woro to toko
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