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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
and, best bidders without re
of pVico ' l
I w'dl sell nt public auctioji tp.thc hip; (rest
j lj 1 'serve and rcffardlcsn
Two carloads of hijrh-ijradc Dairy Cowo from the Willamette Valley
At the O. K. Feed Stablas, Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Thursday, December 7, 1922
Sale starts 11 A. M. ruin or shine
This herd of cows consists op about 30 head of hirjh-gradc Holstcins
that are just fresh with calves tit side or coming fresh soon. These arc very
heavy producers. Also several extra fine heifers coming fresh.
Two registered Holstein bulls 3 years old that arc first class One large
registered Holstein cow coming fresh.
v Balancp of this bunch of cows arc Jerseys and milking strain Durhams
that are fresh with calves by side. Heavy springers with buttcrfat tests from
4.2 to 6.4. Every cow tuberculin tested.
Also several fine heifers coming fresh. If you arc looking for a real cow
or a bunch of cows that will produce, come to this sale.
Terms Casli or Bankable Paper
Don't S'orgct The Date
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922
J. K. GREER, Auctioncr
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t'Of f the Hook"
When your telephone is accidentally left "off
the hook," the operator first answers as she would
if you were placing a call. After repeated efforts,
'receiving no response, she reports your line as "out
of order." It is then disconnected from the regular
switchboard and placed on a social hoard where
it awaits the attention of the repairing forces.
All this takes time. It involves tests, reports
and generally a trip "to the location of the trouble.
In the meantime, what happens?
Others have been unable to reach you by
Even if the mistake has been discovered and
your telephone placed on the hook, service may not
be restored until the "troublcmanV final O. K.
On a party line all other telephones on the line
arc deprived of both incoming and outgoing
service for the same period of investigation, and
"Off the hook" is a most common cause of in
terruption to telephone service. By the exercise
of care in this connection you will protect your
service and avoid inconvenience to yourself and
others. , '
The Pacific Telephone
And Telegraph Company
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Comprehensive Report Del
ivered Before Rotary
liny Hint llicy liop" tlui time In not
r.(('!9lt(l( .Hl1'IH'oy riln lll'n at
Htm Jil(i) nnil Imllil n nintlnfTi ccntrnl
xcliool In n morn ilcnlrnlilu location,
with nxvniMy room, Kymtinnlinn,
nwliiimltii; tiiiikM, inovtiiK Jtlcturo
room, work hIidph, lc
At jircucnt Mplrnl flri) fnoniico nrc
lcliii: limliill'il at tint Cnntml unit
lllvi'mliln itcliiiiiM nt mi cfltlmatcil
i,TVY Kcrinoi, m:i:ih M
Hl'.l'.S HV HIircitlNTirMfKNT
1 A now Olitral tcliool,
nnltalily Incnlril, niltiiinlu In
rnimrlly, anil modern In ovory
2 A. county Jllirnry board
which witulil rrnli alin anil or
iiiiiilni tlui Illirnry iutlltlfn or
3 A nchool hUttn fliiployoil
fur full llmo In the city ncliuoU.
I A iluntBt tllnir anil un
rye tllnlc for tint clilhlron.
ft Tim liiiiroi'iiirnt nml
Intuit I (Ira I Ion of rrliool prom
Ipcn. Thin liait nlrvuily been 4
C I'nrkn ami playground
1 MovIhk pleturo and radio
' Icluphoiin apparatus In all tho 4
4 8 A proRresaltv natary rcIid-
diilo for teacher, recognizing 4
trnlnlni:. urcvloim experience.
lenslh of icrvlce and profes-
(ronllnued from Yesterday)
Clerk' special report of Intep-it
accrued from Conr.iT fund ehew:
llalanco on hand June 20, 1321,
1382 CO; Iti'culvrd Oct C.. 1021.
from I.oom'U llrother, f3S2.5C; He
reived Oct. 10, 1921, 'rom llaldwln
Kiilalc, $130.35; Itecelvcd Nov. 21,
I&21. from llaldwln Kitnte, 13C
'J'. Itecelvcd June S. 1922, from
l.oomln llrothcm, I3S2CO; Total,
Pa Id for playKruund oqulpinent,
lliOOO; I 'a Id for registering bond
In Portland. Sl.91: Total 1151.91.
I ll.il.inru on band. Jumi 19. 1922.
12C9.7I; Total $1121 f,T.
Three, yenrn ago tho bo.tnL futed
a ery Mjrlou hnuilng problam. At
that tlino, nil the mIioiiN wero hnii.
id In lint Central and Itltenldo
blilldlngii. J) hall In Mill.. Addition,
nud n nmull.ljulUIInc a(,i'pllcuii City.
Sonic clac vra fittendlng but
half da), ih roiuiu beini; uudo to
do dnubli) m Iff .'in tint faro of
wur-tlnin prlfo fur mairrl.il nnd la
bur tho board was romprlled to en
trr upon a Ixilldlug progrum.
During It Mi lumincr and fall of'
1919 n modern four-room- brick
ImllilliiK. with full completed base
ment, play room. Janitor' quar
ter, etc.. wa completed In the
Mill addition nt a cost of 123,107:.
13 for building nnd ulte. Thin
building took earn of tho Mills addi
tion children, only, leaving the oth
or schools congested ni before. In
tho summer nnd fall of 1920 a simi
lar building was erected In tlio Fair
view addition at a cost of f39,2&C
75 for building and 'silo. In tho
meantime tho Main fctrcet court
lioiimi hail been nunilslllocd for
nchool purposes, and five rooms
housed tlioro for sovcrnl months.
Immediately upon occupying the
Knlrvlew building It was found ne
cessury to place one class In a small
room designed for an office, lu tho
meantime tho 1'ellcan Day school
was occupying two small frame
buildings, entirely Inadequate to
their use. lu 1921 a modern four
room school was built between Snip
plngttm and 1'ellcan City at a cost
of 3C,S95.U for building and site,
ajul uddftlons ert built to both
Knlnlow and Mill schools nt a cost
of U7.97C.22 for both additions.
With thesa additions wo havo six
room buildings nt both Mills nnd
Knlrvlow, Thus, sixteen school
rooms, just half tho present capa
city of our tioveral schoolu combined,
lmo been provided during tho last
three years, when prlecs'of both ma
terial nud labor luno, beon exorbi
tant. For tho first tlmu In sovoral
years wo now huvo nmplo room for
our present needs, with two vacant
.rooms nt Mills and ono nt Pelican
Day to tnko vnru of further growth.
, Doth tho Central and Ulvortddo
dchooU nro unforltluatolv located.
Mpa former being ton centrally situ
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IliVII, Willi lllll IMlll', IWU VlilWlu. i
J)oth nro elght-room'schools, imt (oj
iuiiku any ming iiku iiii emuu ins
Itfllnitlon of nttendanco It Is neces
"sry to make tho dividing, lluu lit
Eighth Btreet, only ono block' from
intiMit aoli.iiil Tlilji rnuuim un til I
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face many protest from puronts bo
euuso of having to send tholr chil
dren to Klvorsldo, when thoy live
much nearor Qentral,
Central bcIiooI, bolug on Main
stroet In tho heart of tho business
district, Involves a certain dnngor to
children, I think 1 speak tho'sontl
ment of the hcIiou) bqnnl wie I
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warn selected a
pinnth ago tor
Your own terms
In reason, .....
EARL SHEPHERD CO.
r,07 MAIN ST.
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A DURANT SUBS1DARY
DUltANT -Founder of llulck nnd Oonurnl Motors; r'nlliir ot
Chevrolet and Hludoknkor Premie? builder of utltomobtloti Presi
dent, t-ocoinolillo Co.; President, Diiraut Corporation; Director,
Dorant Motor,. Inc.; Ctiiilrninu of tho Hoard, HTAU MOTOnS,
INC.; Interested In Continental .Motors nnd Tlmpkfn Hearings.
tluraut Interests nro building HALF A MILLION CAItB In
WILL YOU SHARE THE PROFITS?
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Slot; .Monip Cimiiooii .Slink N on nlu In Kliimnlli I'nlU at
8I..I0 prr Minre, nnd urn Ik) purcloiticd on nit viny pnytnent pUsi."
Viiur irrMmiil luellgntlfiii Is'intltcil. ' "r
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1(1:00 A.M. iii 7:oo 1'. M.
The Durant Corporation
-KLAMATH'S GREATEST STORE-
attle Christmas Store
Do Your Shopping Early, while there is a large assort
.ment from which to make your'selection
Only Sixteen More Shopping Days
Uidles white hand
kerchiefs, n a 1 1 y
hcmstltcbcd, o m
brnhlcri'd In whlto
:i In ,'i V'
iil Really embroidered
m il In dainty patterns.
3 lu a Ilox
ianil.'S IIANDKKIICIIIKFS of SwIm mull.
hand embroidered In white, largo as
I.ADIKS whlto and colored handkerchiefs, OCn
neatly embroidered at -5wC
I.ADIK3 HANDKKUCIMCFS In while and - Q
colored, small embroidered patterns ASJC
CIlII.DItKN'S HANDKKItCIIIKFS. stitches edges
with animal umbrolderixl patterns, three OP
In a box at . 5iOC
In nil tho newest leathers niul styles, largu as
sortiuiiit,. priced at
$2.00 '$ 11. 39
Silk VeM, All Colors
Silk llloomcr-K, All Colon
$3.95 t0 $5.00
Silk CliemlM-, All Lloi
CHRISTMAS HOLLY BOXES
Sho will appreci
ate pair of bou
doir slippers of
felt with busk
soles or a pair
or Juliet' with,
leather soles and
now, whllo thero
Is a fall line of
sites, stylet and
color, alt nro
priced , roaaon
$1.39, $1.75 p $1.98
juiu,, , $2.50
Men's felt slippers with buck soles In all colors
anil sites and styles to choose from, priced at
$1.45 and $1.50
jr itwh ii i
7V & -i$xi)OZ
MEN'S LEATHER SLIPPERS
With leather soled and heel, all sizes t0 Jf?
and styles at .. ..V&t,10
MEN'S INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS
With colored borders and Initials, putt! 0"
up 3 In a box at -... - -.. ....W .MV
Of Cambric Unen
50c and 85c
Men's Pure Irish Linen Handerchiefs
Men's Silk Pongee Handkerchiefs
MEN'S BOXED SUSPENDERS
50c and 75c
Men's Boxed Garters and Suspenders
Men's Boxed Garters and Arm Bands
CHRISTMAS CARDS, SEALSv
nLIEN Kill F
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