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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1922)
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fHE EVENING HERALDKtAlViATHALLS, OREGON
.nutici: or hcikmiij mkkti.no
NOTIOi: III IlllltlJIIV (1IVI:n lt tlm ignl votm of (Ichnol DUtrlct No,
Olln of Kliiiiinlli County Htiilit nf Ori-gun, (hut u HCIIOOL MrXTINO (if
m. Id illMrlrt will tin hold nl Cinlral Huhiml, on tlm Dili day of Nnvmnhiir,
ID23, nl 2 (I'llnrU In Hut nflmumi fur llin purponrt of iIInciikhImk Hi'
budgil liirKlimficr ri I (Mil wild llm Itivylng lionrit.
Tim total iitniMinl of nidiiny nt'ulml hv llin mild ikIiooI illntilrt diirlnK
llm (Im'iiI ynii Im'kIiiiiImi: mi J mm :ii), 1112s, mil ..iillii,i Junn no, 1921, In
williiiiitcd In llm follow In; liiiili'nt uml Imludtn tlitl hiiidiiiiIm In li rvuilvnl
fiom llm (oiiniv ni'liiiiil fiiiul, Ntnlit nchoill fiuiit, nliMiinnlary nrhnol fund,
nlHCliil illMrkt In,' and nil ntlmi inoim) of h rllnltlrl:
-' Mi'iHocr 1
I. MiiihtIiiIcimIi ill
, 2. t'rlliclluilrt .
, 3. 'IViu licm, HH'tlult(
7. Oilier m-rvlci'H
Ti imnt nrririT
l(il Criiim inirtu
r., 100.00 ,
t. Ilonilcil, ninl
Totnl , .. .
Tniliioili(lliiii of Tnirlicr'N
Tnlophnnn mid Telegraph .. ,.
freight, Mniyngn nod Kirn
Hens Arc Made Cockerels
WOMAN PROVES TO
BE SUCCESSFUL AT
DEEP SEA DIVING
LONDON, Oct 21 -Tho day LONDON. Oct 21. Tim nrnfes
Mhould (omo, accenting to eminent on ,, ,wp ,. nMne, willed imy-l
DrltUli roologlsti). whep rclrncn will ono would cln unify im a calling par-
lid iililu in ilr'ttrmlnn mid to controM ticuiariy ntti-ii for men, Im been
11... ..,.i...,...f '..,.. ii, ti... ir,ir...t uccfftiy Invadr-d by n woman.
..'. ,..."..-. ......., .. ..... -..-, ., . .. . ..
token In tlili subject won shown by
llm numerous nudlijnto Which attend
Mnli rink nml MiiiioHi-m
1. ruriilltitn (ilwka, Moves, xlinilfH, utr.),
eluding uluiluw .. 4 ,.
2. Itillipllcn (chalk, crone, etc.)
.1 l.lliniry lionkH
4. riiw: . .
6. Playground. i'iiiliiiniit . .... .....,,... .
tl Jiiiillnr'ii Niipplli'i
7. Kiicl ,.
h nml 9. Ll;lil, wutur mill piiwor
10 I'dHtni'ii mnl ktiillmmry
I.eVrllliK-mid nrnillm: nml
pfiiMlinnit nf Kromiiln
MnlnO'tinliri mitl IIuiIinj
! II11II1II111: mid Kronndu .. .
,m-.IiiiiU (IIIhIiii)n, ItiiniU,
HtH'i I ptvliiK
Totnl Mtlmalrd nnioiint of money for nil piirponen during
Urn ymir . ,t
(The nbovo form of extlmnted expemllturen mny Im cllppul from tlilii
blnnk by tin liudicnt (ominlttiHi mid after bcliiR inndo out bv nald (oiomlt
tee mny be cnrtlfled to nn correct on tlm mariclu mid fllod wild llm dis
trict clirk )
I'rom rotinty reboot fund during llm romlng
KChoot yenr . $ 17,000.00
(Ifiio nmount of tounty ichool fund rorelved
mm year mi IiuhIh In making tliu entl
mute.) From ntnto nrhoo fund during tho roinlnc
aehool year . . .
(tlmi amount of ntnlu nchoot fund received
bint )enr an bul In making thin ctl
I'rom olemeiilary ichool fund during the com
ing arhool year
KMImatn of probnbln unexpetiilud Imluncn nt
end of ritrient yenr ....
KftllmatoJ nmount to bn rrcelvwl from all
other ource during the coming nthool
a year . ... ... ..... ..... ..,,,., ......
(Do not Include tlio money to bo received
from tlm propoiud tax.)
Total Mtlmnted receipt, not Including propoaej tag $ 30,900.00
Total etlmat('iUXHnneii for tho year.. ... $ 98,000.00
Total cMlmntcil lecelpla, not Including pro-
poiol tax . . ....... , 20,900.00
oil n lecturo on Inlcrncxuallly nefrrf
tlm DrltlMi Aasoclntlon by Dr. 1'. A.
Dr. Chow In tho nclentlil who limC
ear reported tho result of omo ro
mnrknblo oxpcrlmenla during which
ho thnnged hen Into crowing
ockcralii Tho continuation of theso
iixpcrlmimtn, hn cald, had resulted
In tho complete, ruvumal of tho xex
f huiiN mid cockercN Hut bin lec
turo thl year dealt chlrfly with
A t'nao wan known to him, ho nald
of a goat which hnd won prlzcit
when nn Immaturo femnlo and which
came later to aniniino male clinrac
teriljcn and In bohavlour wan n
"I bollew," ho nald, that nn ani
mal poxRcssIng tho function lit the
femalo can undergo rucIi a rompleto
trniiBformallon uh to 'function ax a
OltNJIV.W, KSTIMATK AM) AIXOL'NTINO NIIKKT
HCIIOOli l)IMTItl(7.0. I
Thin original rallmatn U mauo In rnmpllnnco with acctlon 231-A of tho nchoot law of 1921, and thowa
llalance, amount to b ralnod by dlitrlct tax I 67,100.00
Dated thl 19lh day of October, 1D22.
1. U. KOUNTAI.V.
Chairman Hoard of Dlrertor.
Altent: IDA II. MOMYKH, DUlrlct Clerk
(The original eitlmate arn 11 part of thl budget and mint accompany
It both when printed mid posUd.)
I .iri;.irci imijiit, an r. ii;iinri Riri i
acclaimed an nun of the inont effl
dent and daring wcarurs of tho hel
met In llrltldh waters
Hhe ha gained n wldo reputation
durlgn tho last two jonrs, nml more
rtcrntly for her efforts In tho recov
ery of treasure from the sunken
tipanlsh galleon lying In ten fath
oms of water neur llin slioro of
Mull, nn Island off .Scotland. There,
In tho cozy little harbor of Tob
ermory, and loss than a hundred
yards from tho beach, lies ono qf
tlm great treasure ships of tho Span
ish Armnda. Tho boat was one of
tho many vessut launched by tho
ambition I'hllllp, In 1583, for his
attempted romiuest of Knglnnd,
Ho cort.iln wni this monarch that
ho would mid llm llrltlsli Isles to
hi already large domains, that Ji'.j
actually sent on hi Juwnllcd to
galla In advance. It Is bolIcod to
day that tho richly bejewelled crown
I lying somnwhero In the CO feet
of water among tho wreckage of the
Admlrante do Klorencl.i, which Mlsn
Nuylor baa succeeded In negotiat
ing. Although the task presents many
problem which would causo anx
iety to diver of tho stronger sex,
Miss Naylor shows no fear. She had
had one or two narrow escapes
from death In tho course of her ex
perience, without being In any way
deterred from tnckllug tho risky
.Mlsn Naylor rccontly made a trip
to tho southern coast of Knglnml anil
obtained rfoma excellent specimens nt
undorsen plant life, Him nearly
lost her llfn when her feet boenmo
entangled In a ladder which sho was
using, nnd only her prnonco of
mind enabled her to freo lmrolt nnd
bo hauled safoly to 'tho lopr
PREPARED EOR GAME
'fiAN K11ANCI8CO, Oct, 31. )rJ
termini (I to defeat California,', th'
Olympln football team' of thli cl(jr'
has been practicing day nnd 7ifghi
for scvornl days In preparation for
Its clash Saturday with tho (loldon
Dear. CatlftWtla tins not lent a
gnmo sltuo 1919 but tho clubmen
arn confident they can turn tho
Many college star of a few years
hack nrn on tho Olympic team thl
year and tlm oluvon, which I coach
ed by Dob Kvans, former Stanford
coach, I In good shape.
"Kabblt" llradshaw, former Ne
vada quarterback, and Jack Patrick,
Stanford captain last year, are, two
of the club stars. Two Cnllforiihi
men, fort Mnjors nnd (leorgo Latfi
am, who played with tho club In
earllor game, wilt not play against
tholr old team for, It Is claimed,
they know tho Callfcrnla system and
soma of tho California signals.
Attllcnt to Shirt
Husband (looking up from tho
paper which he was .reading): "I
see Thompson's shirt ato're has boon
Wlfo (slightly deaf) : Whoso?
Husband "Thompson's shirt store.
"Wlfe: "Dear mo. who toro It?"
parallel column tho unit coat or the several rnrvlc cs, malerlal and supplies for tho threo fiscal year next
preceding llm current year, the detail expenditures for the Inst ono of snld threo preceding fiscal year and
Km budget allowance and expenditure for lx months of tho current year. ("Hlx months of tho current
yenr" iiieuin nix month of tho Imt school year ) ,
Kxpendllurn and bud
get nllow mien for nix
months of last school
re for the
Kxpendlturrs for three fiscal years
next preceding tho last
v Tlireo nl 11,700.00
A at $ 1,400.00 ........
i t nt ll.350.on . ..
f 20 at 11.300.00
-6., Clerk. I ...,...,.. -.
r,. st iiogrnplmr
7. Other ncrvlct:
' 900 00
ures for the
last year of
Toliil IVrxoiml Hrrvlrr $
Mntrrlal and Huppllm:
1. rurnliurii and ahade.i .
2. upplle( chulk, ete.) ....
3. Library book . -
4. Kings - ..
6. Playground equipment
0. Janltor'n supplies ..
K and 9 Light and Wntor..
10. I'ostngo nnd stationery..
Total Mnterlul Huppllot $
Tutnl rml met Ion
Miinilrnniiro nml llepnlrn
. llulldltiK and KruuuiLi .
69,220.00 I 28,888.00 30.650.00 47,489.70 62,023.6:
Total Mnliil'nrit Hopalr 1,000.00
AkurHkineiilM (HlKlimi)M, rontli,
MrrctH, bridge) 900.00
I. Hooded, nnd Interest
Total InilrbliMhiCNN 21.600.6o
friniiMirtiitl"ii of Temlier .... 200.00
Total Tninxpoi nt Ion
Tolephonn nnrt Telegraph ..
Freight, Drayngo, Kxprw..
1. Alb other pjirposo...,
ft ConmiH -
325.00 168.00 166.00 286.31
600.00 108.00 286.00 189.27
664.00 225.90 ' 932.98
"" " 'I 160.00 ' 180.00
Knicrgeiu-y .... .', -
Tutnl Unir-i Remy
j flrnml Total ...V.,.J ., 98,000.00 8 37.181.00 I 36,377.00 8 61,220.77 $111,815.71 49.573.0
t I Ida II Momyor do horo'by certify 'that Iho kbbve stlmuto of 'oxpendllttrettor the year 1923-1924 waa prt
tMinid bv m'o nnd that tho expenditures nnd budget alio wnneo for six month of the current year and tho e
5 ndltureH for tho threo fiscal years next procedlng tho current year as shown nbovo lisvo boon complied
from Iho record In my charge and uro true and corro ct copies thereof. MOMYEK. -
ocl21-23 . District Clork.
RULES LAID DOWN
MOSCOW, Idaho, Oct. 20. Hos
'ponding to a rooucst to tho outlro
dtudont body Hint they do all til
iliolr power to help tho football mou
Uhuorvo tho training ruloH that have
of the football squad havo alcnod 0
pledge to observe tho following
l. No smoking,
3, No Inloxlcutlng liquors.
3, In bod ovory night by 10:30,
4, No pork, pastry or other rich
5, Milk should not bo usod lu ox
cess. 6, Very little, and, If possible no
7. Drink 'a lot of water uolwoon
8, If doslred, coffeo or, tea ono
meal a dayr
0. Not ton much moat,
10. Absolutely no eating botwoeu
11. A quick shower after practice
euch day, and then go directly home
to avoid possibility of cxposur.0. it
The men will bo expected to lira
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON
PREFERRED CAPITAL STOCK
PRICE 92 PER SHARE
The history of The California Oregon Power Company
shows a substantial growth in facilities and earnings result
ing from the large sums of money invested in its properties
and from the development of the territory in which it
Steady Qrowth in Customers Served
The territory now served by The California Oregon Power
Company includes parts ot Jackson, Josephine. Klamath
and Douglas Counties in Oregon, and Siskiyou County and
parts of Shasta and Trinity Counties in California. This is
an area equal to the combined areas of the states of Massa
chusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
During the period between I912and 1921, the number of
consumer has grown from 0,561 to 11,900, an increase of
Increase in Facilities
The Company owns and operates seven hydro-electric
plants in Southern Oregon and Northern California. It has
never resorted to generation of electricity by steam power.
In building these hydro-electric plants, a natural resource U
being developed which will be productive forever.
In 1912, the generating capacity was 11,800 H, P. and at
the end of 1922, it will amount to 52,580 II. P.
The Company's high tension lines at the end of 1922 will
be over six hundred miles in length.
The aggregate length of the distribution lines will be over
eight hundred and ten miles.
The investment ne;ded for the construction of these fa
clhtie has increased from $4,189,325.76 in 1912 to $9,567,
430.60 on June 30, 1922.
Par value $100 per share.
Dividends have been paid on The California Oregon
Power Company Preferred Capital Stock since issuance
(April 15, 1921) at the rate of $7 per share per annum.
Checks are mailed every three months at rate of $1.75 per
Proceeds of all securities sold are devoted exclusively to
additions to and betterments of Company's properties.
It is not assessable by the Company for any purpose
It is non-callable, and if purchased at the present price
yields a permanent return of 7.6 on the investment.
It is exempt from Federal Normal Individual Incoms
It takes precedence as to assets and dividends over com
mon stock amounting to $4,441,100 par value. The equity
back of the preferred stock now outstanding amounts to a
total of $6,296,605 50 which equals J2C3.G0 per share or over
three times the present cost of $92 per share.
Purchase may be made in any amount from one share up
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savings plan, namely, $5.00 per share as first payment, and
$5.00 per share per month.
Interest is paid by the Company on all partial payments,
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THE RECORD OF TEN YEARS', GROWTH
O-wnlcg Nt Earning! without Kilowatt
VIj rhytlc.l Groi Muntfninct Dtduqlinj lanrcit Hours
YEAR l'0ctut Revenues Cinn or Depreciation Generated
1912 $4,189,325.76 $307,040.29 $137,663.49 S169.376.80 21,492474
1913 4,787.624.35 347.261.70 143.746.67 203.515.03 26.485.359
1914 5.054,312.08 385.331.23 163.209.21 222,122.02 33.245.366
1915 5,265,839.86 393,349.83 171,458.26 226,891.57 38.133.884
1916 5.985,095.29 426.106.64 213,679.91 212.426.73 41.936.855
1917 6.498,375.71 487.916.44 226.509 67 261.406.77' 47.755.6Wi
1911. 7,311,310.73 502.269,0s 245,150.37 257,118.68. 46.216.299
1919 7.416.522.45 726.079.3Ov 295.743.74 430.335.56,' 108.239.745
1920 .. 7.092.884 51 948.277.07 398,041.48 550.235-59 142.404.975
1921. 8.407.58182 1,001,272.07,- 449.082,18 , 552.189 89 129,368,808
1922(Um.ntheei.Jlnfjune30) 9,567,430 60 1,029,409.15 444,410.46 84,998.66", 131.170,857
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to yield 7.6 per annum
You may place your order or get full informastion at any of our
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Price subject to increase at any tima
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER COMPANY
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MEDFORD GRANTS PASS, KLAMATJH FALLS, OREGON
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