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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 21, 1908, Image 2

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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY f H.o.Ma"0,
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE BflTER. KLftMATITS GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMS
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THE EVENING HURALD Clothes That Individualize
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Imu1 Dally, Except Sunday, by tho
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
SUBSCRIPTION KATKS
nIIr, by mall, on year K 00
Pally, by mill, via montht 2
Dally, by mall, three montln 1 -''
Dally, by mall, one month 60
Oally, delivered by carrier, on week 1&
KLAMATH FALL$ WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 190&
Teachers' Institute Program j
Thursday, Friday, Saturday.!
9:00
10:10-
9:10..
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10:10.
-10:50
io:CO u:00
il:ooll:30
11:3012:00
12:001:30.
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2:20 2:60 .
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THVRSltAY.
.Opening
. .Address Supt. J. CI. Swnn
.Address Supt. K. F. Hobluson
, .Tho Personal Touch Pro. Harry M. Shnfor
.Recess.
.Quick Work Prof. R. II. Dunnnr
.Star Hoard and Other Devices MIm May lloblnson
. Noon.
Care of School Libraries MIm Cornelia Marvin
; Prof. John T. Rutclivr
. Recem.
, . Department Work.
, .Evening- Session.
PJano Solo Prof. Geo. A. Werli
Addreaa Supt. tl. F. Kotilnnun
Heading, Selected MIm Shlvi-s
Address Miss Cornelia Marvin
Vlotln Solo, Fifth. Air, Var Prof. Cleo. A. Wertz
FR1DAV.
9:00 9:15.... Model Opening Exercises, Prof. J. T. Rutchcr
9:15 10:00 Supt. J. II. Acke-raan
10:00.. 10:50 Supt. R. V. Robinson
10:50 11:00.. Recess.
11:00 12:0u.. Department Work.
12:00 1:30... Noon.
1:30 1:40.... Music.
1:40 2:20. .. .Benefits of a School Library Miss Cornelia Mnrvln
?:30 3:00. . . .A Travel Talk Pres. Harry. M. Hliafcr
3:00 3:10.... Recess.
0:10 4: 00.... Department Work.
t Piano Solo Llebeslled Schumann-Llitt.. . .Mlti Ev.-lyn Applcgntc
2. Address- "Shall V.'o u' a Nation Uo educated" Pre. Harry M. Sbafer
3. Vocal Solo Mrs. Don J. Kuniwalt
4. Address Supt. J. II. Ackeriuan
The program will be followed by a reception In honor of tho visiting
Instructors. During the reception wo hopo the pcoplo will meet tho In
structors and teachers. Light refreshments nnd entertainment will lie
provided.
SATURDAY?
9:00 9:10. . . .Opening.
9:10 9:60.... School Equipment Supt. R. F. Robinson
9:60 10:20. . .School Co-operation Supt. J. II. AckiTtimn
10:30 10:40.. Recess.
10:4 0 1 2:00.. Department.
12:00 1:30... Noon.
Address Selected Topics Pres. Harry M. Shafcr
1:30 2:30.... General Session (Discussions Profs. Faught, Ditnbur,
Dutcher, R. E. Lee, and Ryron H. Hall).
2:30 3:30.... Department Work.
DEPARTMENT WOItK HIGH, HCIIOOL HKCTIOX.
THCRHDAV.
3:00 4:00.... Athletics Prof. J. T. Uutchcr
Round Tabic Supt. R. F. Robinson
FRIDAY.
11:00 12.00.. History Prof. Clin. I Cooper
Round I'able Supt. J. II. Ackermnn
3:10 4:00.... Mathmotle Prof. J. T. Ilutcher
Round Tablo , Pres. Harry M. Shafcr
SATURDAY.
10:40 12:00. .English .'..'.'. Mlss.Ilesslo Applegato
Discussion Prof. W. E. Faugnt
2:30 3:30.... Social Life Prof. C. A. Howard
Discussion Miss Cornelia Marvin
THURSDAY.
3:00 4:00. . . .Geography Miss Cornelia Marvin
Arithmetic Prof. It. II. Dunbar
FRIDAY.
11:00 12:00. .Geography Miss Cornolla Marvin
Qrammar Prof. Byron Hall
. Geography Pres, Harry M. Sharer
Contemporary Supt, i, F. Robinson
SATURDAY.
.History Prof. J. H. Ilobbs
Round Table Ms tytplla Campbell
3:104:00..
2:303:30.
1 1 : 0012 : 00 . . Reading
3:104:00
2:303:30.
DEPARTMENT WORK GRAMMAH GRADKH
THURSDAY. 3:00 4:00.... Busy Work Miss Pool
Geography , Miss Cornelia Mnrvln
FRIDAY.
Miss Callahan
Miss Cornelia Marvin
'. Supt, J. H. Ackerman
SATURDAY.
Language Work Mja Juuuen
M(ss, Jessie, uumra
t ONE-ROOM SCHOOLS 8ATUHDAY, 10:10 18:00. '
f! ' ClasslOcatlo'n ', , . .Supt. J. II. Ackerman
Libraries Miss Cornolla Marvin
Piogram prof. Beit E, Leo
OAJCNVETION, SATJ78DAX,
10:30 U:g0..ajnat io.D ' "
11:00-11:80, ...' supt. R. P. Robinson
11:30-12:00 Supt. J. H. Ackerman
1:302:00 State Libraries MlM.Corpella Morvln
2:002:30 Our NormgrWork PresT Harry M. Sbafer
2:30 3: 30.,.. Round Table Discussion.
you and separate you from the throng
who carry around uncomfortable and
unsatisfactory "ready-to-wear" ready
made clothing, arc, as a matter of fact,
Very Modest in Cost
when ordered from us. You can better
afford to wear them than the other
kind. Make a selection from 500 dif
ferent cloths and have us take your
measure. Then we'll have the suit or
overcoat
It's Up to You
MaaaaaBMNuiM
TUB MATTER OF GUTTING GOOD GKOCIWUJS.,
Eating is much of yum life. Naturally you want ;00('
goods. Wc have them and It's up to you to get abio.
lutcly the best. JUST PHONE 510 We'll do the rest.
VAN RIPER BROS.
CANT HE HEAT CM ASK iVr SANHOKN COFPlitis
Made by Ed. V. Price 8 Co.
of Chicago, famous as the
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largest ,$
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DON'T BAKE
i'rlcci
Three-Button Novelty
Sack, No. 5ltf.
makers in the world of GOOD tailor-
made clothes. It will be the essence
of all that is distinctive, perfect and
satisfying so good you'll come to us
for more.
I, it us d it for you. Everything Home Made.
Reasonable. UKKAD A SPECIALTY.
V put up box luiiclicH, also lunches for luu.t i (., Hni)i,
and pieim partit'S. A ttlal will foiivim-i' mi tmt it
is eli'iiMr to buy tliuii to hakr
KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
AND DEUCATESSEN
Get Our Bread at Cawklns.
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PaittatOriUm, Geo. W. McLane, Prop
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The American Bank and Trust Go.
Don J. Zi-mimi.t,
Pretident
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Abstracting
;Mipa, Plans, Blue Prints, Etc.'
1'. M. Hi mi,
VIcp-I'm. atul Tn-nsJ
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
Hn.T K Witiimw, iM'crvtary
Klamath Falls, Oregon
HOTEL HOUSTON
RATES
Single Meals 35 cents
Meal Tickets, 21 Meals - - $5.00
Rooms - -. 25 and 50 cents per night
Rooms - $1.50 and $2.00 per week
J. A. HOUSTON, Proprietor
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CAPITAL, $100,000.00
Cor. 3th and Main Slrcct
4t-4kC-44t4044-44'.4 4-44:-4-4444
J. L. CUNNINGHAM
ARCHITECT and BUILDEU
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?w-MffwS DR. C. P. MASON
BRICK WORK
AND
PLASTERING
CIIIMNKV.S AND HICK
1'LACK.H A SI'KCIALTV
H. E. CHILDERS
KLAMATH FAU1, OUGON
Dentist
ri.in- niiil Sm-IMciiiiii fiiniMinl. IStliiwilr lti-n on nil
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liullilinu Jim liuiiii, tuiriMiii- Mjlc, inluliuilll) nnil i-iimiiiiii
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Hlrri-I, llrluii'll Mill mill Hill.
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DR. WM. MARTIN
Dentist
Office over Klamath County Dunk
TlUrHONC it
D. V. KUTKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Falla, Organ
S(MI ACKU8 KICKK.
The I.akonldo company has 2500
acres of land under the Ailaimi ditch
that It will elve KENT KUEE for
one xar. Tbla Includes tho uso of
the land and water. The renter must
clear and place tho lund In cultiva
tion. The renter gets all the crops
but we reuervo tho right to pasture
the stubble.
Tlie Lttkeslde CoDiuaujr,
J. Frank Adams, Manager,
Merrill, Oregon.
Bun I latex in (ivory I'ulliimn parlor
car liu vii been ic-ducoil, urcordlnK to
a new uchedulu uhuet Just filed by the
Pullman coinpuuy, The new sched
ule, which covers the entire country,
I Intended as u substitute for the
company's former four-rate shoots
of tho northwestern,' northeastorn,
southwestern and southeastern districts.
SHEET
COAT.
Freaks vs.
Novelties
IF WE OFFERED YOU A SUIT WITH A
IRON VEST AND BRASS CUFFS ON THE
vu u Lfluuni, ainu su WOULD WE IF YOU HAD
BOUGHT THAT KIND OF A SUIT. SOME MAKERS
ARE FINDING A FEW SIIORT-SICHTKn m v i n .
ANTS WHO WILL OFFER THE PUBLIC THE HYS-
TERICAL CREATIONS WHICH THEY FOIST UPON (
nFNT SKcADE rL0TIIES a"(1 AIA MATER STU
DENT STYLES arc the most advanced styles mndc-tlicy
are the first to br.nR out the novelties of the looms and the
dyers while tlicir own designing represents the newest ideas
in tailoring. Every garment they make is intended for t-cn-tlemans
wear-not or walking sign boards. If you want to
be conspicuous, don't buy your clothes hcre-If you want your
clothc3 neat, perfect fitting, stylish and in good taste we'd 5'e
"'V""' w"' ""vcuies are not freakish and
more of them than any store in the city.
we show
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Portland Clothing
and Shoe Store
Tlte Outer Garment Shop for Men

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