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ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMS
MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL
50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER
THE EVENING HERALD
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W. O. SMITH, Editor
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KLAMATH FALLS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. ISHiS.
Kor HOternl i!iih I hnvp boon think
Inc of wrlllnc nonu'tlilnp nbout I'm
ti-r takr and the northern pnri of tholainck
Ullll'll llll IllVII tlll I'.IIIMO Of I'llllll'MH
imr-lonit'iit In i.r(H of I ho West.
.. i . htIiiII In I'ohirndo. I In' iol
miuIiik of horses, hti'i anil ntlu'r
b tin' "iTiuy plant." on-usUm
I Willi oi'itlilim lir. dliillit:
Not loo Ih lu'ichx bImmi Hint on Ami- room kitrhiui, cli;lil muni., puilor,
nit Iliil. I'.iUS, tin Common l'oiim-ll Mno imtronitKo. fi'i'dlm: fioni l.o to
of thn City of Khiiiinth Culls. I'linrti'd 200 ilnlly. luiiilio lit lloti'l Uouli",
mi orillnniii'o prolilliiK for the iinniial Don In. fitllfntiilii X ''II
iiHscsstuciit mill I'olli'i'tioii of n tll.oo i
poll tux, from I'lit'h limit' Inhiililtmit i
Of till' City, ln'tWl'1'll till llt'S of 21
mul fl Iran tcM'i'ptliiK thiwo b Inw
I'vompl mul Hum' too lit Hi tit to jut-
form laboi i, for ulrooi mul whit pur-
poses. S.ilil poll tn for till' .M'lll
li'OS, will lio iii ami paatili on ami
after September Kith, !U)S, to thel
Cll. .Marihal. who will rri'i'lpt there
A I. I. i:vitt.
'.II I'olln. JiiiIkk '
county, a section that nm Justlv nam
ed by uno of the local papers as the
"Switzerland of America " The peo
ple of Klamath Kail do not apprec
iate what they hae here. In fact
most of them seem to be tired of Cra
ter I-ako and all the talk they hear
about It. The cane It nlmply a parol
ell of what ou encounter the world
ner. In ItutTnlo there are thousands
of people who have neu'r lulled Nia
gara Kalla. The name In true with
respect to Yovmille and Vellowitone
and all the other ureal natural won
ders of this country. Where people
Cet nomcthltiK for nothing they do not
appreciate It. If Crater l-ake was in
Ijtke or Jackson counties or Mime
other portion of the state or else
where, there are hundreds of people
here who would hae lslled it lonK
emu mous loes In that state nloiie
the loss tiuioiiiited to 11?.::ihi in a
twelemotith,mid Jlnu.niHi was spent
In two jears to eiadlcate the ohno
In nrious parts of the West unite
a number of different plants are pop
ularly known as lino weeds, hut the
term Is applied most particularly to
certain iiiemh'-is of the pea fumll)
When eaten b cattle or other stoi k
these plants produce certain phxslo-
loKlcal effects which may be summed
up under the head of eMreme stnna-
t Ion. or what looks like II, mid loss
of reasoning power Tin- miliiials
act ns If ciazy or Miotic, nml eome
times are unable to stand up.
The familiar symptoms were re
produced In riibhlts, experimental!),
b) dosing them with small iii.intites
Millie ill' I.MI'OI MilMi. !
Not lie Is heri'b) KlU'li th.lt the llli-i
derslKiied. I'ouml master of the fit J
of Klamath Palls, Oregon, did, on this
vt h d.i of September. 1 !i 1 1 s . at the
hour of lit P M , take up and Impound
tu the pound of s.ilil Clt the follow -ln:
I small nun mate, will) :t montlis
sorrel colt. The ninre Is about 12
cars old, branded with heart on left
12-31 C C LOW, Pound Masler
am i iiiaiaiaii i a m
xotici: or impoimhxcj.
Of the wonder of the world It takes
first rank. I do not say this because
I live here. I base the statement on
the opinion of men and women who
lime travelled over the Rlobe time
mul ncnln; who have seen all that
nature has to show. While I have
never crossed the briny deep and can
not speak for mjsclf. I mutt depend
on the opjnlon of others. And here
Is one from a man who has been four
times uround the world and who for
the past fourteen cars has done
nothing else but travel
"The greatest of nil the great won
der of the world U In Oregon, nnd
that Is Crater Lake. This Is the first
time I have sen It and words fall nut
when It comes to describing the gran
deur, thn beauty, the greatness of this
gem of nature. In its mountain set
ting, surrounded by scenic splendor
unsurpassed In all the world, four
teen jeurii of travel have been crow .1
ed by my visit to Crater l-uke. If I
had failed to come here I feel that .
I have Keen would hae been In vnh.
Yet I must go away from here unable
to bring with me a description of this
natural wonder sufficiently ndequato
to do It Justice. Peoplo must see It
for themselves and It Is the only nno
of the so-called wonders of the world
of which such a thing is true."
I thought that was going some.
Hut hu had a companion who had
been hero several times and who is
quite well known to n number of the
citizens of Klaninlh Kails. This gen
"The people of Klamath county do
not realize what they have or they
would be up and doing Look at
those roads; look at the methods In
vogue. In the transportation of tour
ists. $200,000 spent on roads and
accommodations would come back in
u couple of years. The railroad Is
now at the door of this county. In
u short time it will be bringing thou
sands of peoplo hero to see Crater
Luke. When they urrhe what is go
ing to bo done with them? There an
nul hotel u(commodatlons; no means
of getting them to tlio lako nothing
in fact. But some, think that It will
bo time enough to care for them when
they arrive. That is wrong. It will
take years to make the chaugeH nec
essary here and tlio time to begin Is
right now. I want to tell the people
of this county and of Klamuth Falls
that, whether they want It or not, the
northern part of this county will b
the best known section of the conti
nent within a row years Klamath
Kails will be u cieat city and It will
be built by tourlslB. Look at Los
Angeles, look at any city altated as
is this und jou can Judge for your
self. All I hare to aay to the people
hero Is to get busy; build roads, and
when thoy Ret through, build som
more roads und keep at it until the
northern pail of Dili county b In
terlaced with thoui."
tThe tourist travel will ho a big
thing for Klamath Fulls and now Is
tn tin to get ready for It. I will
j.uve more to say about this later
'of an extract of loco weeil One m li
bit, while under the Inltuenie, lie
came exceedingly fierce It attacked
a cat. Jumping on puss's neck, and
biting her, so that she tied screaming
The animals thus treated In.nrl.ihl)
died within a short time.
it was found, on analyzing the
plants In iiiestion. Hint they cnnt.iln
cd considerable quantities of the met
al barium derhed, of course, from
the soil. Suspicion being entertain
ed that this wus lliu cause of the mis
chief, rabbits and other animals were
dosed with salts of barium, with the
result that the same symptoms were
produced. This, lndct.il, appears to
be the solution of the problem In
Colorado, at all ctcuts, the "crazt
weeds" derive their poisonous prop
erties from this metallic element
In some liKiilllles Into weeds scorn
to be entirely harmless, owing, pre-
i imbly, to the fact that the soil
in tains no barium. Hut, If barium
' ipens to be present ill the soil.
' ' absorb It, and It poisons animals
t! ;.t eat them. As et the problem
has not been worked out sufficient!) i
to make It possible to offer n cure fori
mi- iiituuuj nutrii uil milium nun IM'VN
attacked by It, but now that the cause
Is known there Is good reason for be-1
llotlng that some sort of remedy will'
Notice Is hereli) glxen that the mi-1
ilerslgned. Pound maid r of the Clt)
of Klamath Palls. Oiegnti. did, on tills
9th da) of September. I'.Hls. at lliel
hour of 1 P M , take up mid Impound I
In the pound of said Clt) the follow-1
lug described animals
I brown mare 12 )ears old. weight I
about ll.'n pounds, br.itideil Inwrti-il'
liar on left shoulder
C C LOW. Pound Master
is the best p.iint in.ulc lor liU
u,iei. (ickxI, too, lor poult ami
l.nvn furniture; or an) tiling sub
ject to Hillside exposure.
S-W. Buggy Paint
wears well out-of-doors in all
kinds of weather, gives a bright,
durable kIou, spreads ctenl),
covers well and comes in nun)
It it ccouuiiilc.il because it
saves re-painting loo soon, and
is always satisfactory. Comes
teady for the brush in lundy
cans, big and little, as on re-mire.
Lassssssssa ronsaLcnv ssssssssmsi
Geo. T. Baldwin,
Klamath Falls, Oregon
THERE ARE REASONS WHY
You should ouy your Groceries ill Vnn Hlpcr Bros.
1st. They hnvc the tfoods you wont
2nd. Their Groceries nrc olwnys fresh
3rd. The price Is within reason
4th. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BROS.
Get the Hubll Use Chase fi Sanborn Coffees
Sheffield Marine j
Buy u rfood Engine for your boat. Easily run.
Allium: other (iwiuth Iiiti. Mr. K. I' llniiiiltoii Iiiih one
ttriti' us for iiruv.i mul oataloj:. WtMiriMlioiiwimifacturrrn.
FAIRBANKS MORSE & COMPANY
1st and Stark Sts Portland, Oroijon.
Heavy Krcitfhtlntl a Specklty. Hadtfatfe Orders Are 2
Given Prompt Attention i
0. K. Transfer & Storage
For iiji-to-il.ile people to
rarry our watches, YVu
can supply watches for
anyone, from the volum
es!, to the filiate old man.
Kacb wali'b is guaranteed
H. J. WINTERS
DEALER IN WATCHES
.WriCK KO!t I'l'IIMCATION'.
Not Coal .and.
Department of the Interior, V. S
I .a ml Olllee at Uikeslew, Oregon.
August ft, lltOS.
Not Ire Is hereby Riven that f.er
tiude I. Ilelleman, of Kl.imutli Kalln,
Ori'Kon, who, on i:iy U.'., lltUS, in.iile
Timber and Stone Aplli'utloti, No,
4ISS, (Serial No. 1)23), for wseii
Section 17.T. 3S S.. It. 10 K.. W.M.
hut filed notlte of Intentbin to mal;u
Una! proof, to entahllsh ilulm to the
land above described, beforo County ,
Clerk, Klamath Co., at his orTlre. at
Klamath Palls, Oregon, on the 12th I
day of October, 111 OS.
Claimant names as witnesses:
AiiKUsta J. Ilnden, W. W. .Mend-1
enhall. Win. Ilelleman, II. K. Ilayden, I
nil of Klamath Kalla. OreKon. i
J. N. WATSON. I
.notici: roit I'riti.icATio.v.
(Not Coal Iinil.) I
Department of the Interior, I'. S.
I.n nil Olllee at l.aketlew, Oregon,
I August 11', l'JOS.
Notice is hereby given that Dunn
iW. ilumell, of Merrill, Oregon, who,
on Dee. 1C, l'JUl, made Homestead
Kntry, No. 323 (Serial No. 0393). I
for , Sec. 13, T. 37 S.. 11. 10 K
W. M., has Hied notice of Intention
.to mahii final Commutation I'roof, to
leKtublish claim to tint land above de
ist r I lied, beforo ItegUler and Iti-ci-lv-i
'er, nt Iikeview, Oregon, on the Klh'
.day of October. 1U0X. I
Claimant iiatnes as wUih'skoh:
Mark llownrd, of Merrill, Oregon,
Krnnk Johnaton, of Klamath, Kalla,
Oregon, Hoy Whitney, of Klamath
JI'mIIii, Oiegori, ('has. VVngnr, of Ktarn
,atli Falls, Oregon,
J. N. WATSON.
There is only one Kodak
and that is the
The lie-t trout liiliitur in Oregon
Ksrrllrnt niTeiiiiiiaibiltuiis for
Cnuiiiiigoiitllts fui rent.
lwrml rampiiig grniiiids iiml
lionm for teat.
Fine pantiire fur plis-k.
AcTommialationii to go to Crater
Will meet pnlies nt Kl.lliillli
Klamatli Agency, Ore.
Having up-to-date Dlano
trucks wc solicit your
fine piano moving
Office (H7 I
. KENYON B GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
.:::::.::. o -i--4tw
CIIIMNKYS AND FIliK
H. E. CHILDERS
KUM1TII ralic numnu
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MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When block.t in Mills Addition were olTcrctl
at barKnin prices a nurntxT of whrowd inven
tor.s l)otiKlit; aincr that tirnc valiirH have
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reason
to anticipate an advance in prices. Remem
ber these lots ure FIFTY feet in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
CAPT. O. C. APPLEGATE
Office on Fifth Street
V Dos .1 Zin wait. AL.t...il ..... 'i
r ! i nuxtrneiinu ... num.
rm . i pi. I'll, wp
Vlcr-I'rip. and Tieaa1
Maps "PUns, lilucirrlnl, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
Vt'HV CATTLE ARE LOCOKO.
Cream of Tartar
TIki aovc'fnmopt.i'lttut Uuj-oaif'.bo-''
lleves'that It baa, .solved k the much
Tend problen'f-tBe .';io'co' v.-eed,1'-
Every Kodak tested here.
Free lessons by one who
know to every pui chaser of
Maude E. Baldwin
Dealer In Kodak Supplies
BALDWIN HLK. Klamath rails
. v 1
I DRUG CO.
Private Dining Parlors
Oysters Served In Any style
J. V. HOUSTON. Prop.
Contracting and Jobbing
PirxtchisH l.ini' of I'lumh.
' in Hii'ciuliicH nml iirnt
A. O. U. W. Building
I.11.T I. UiTHiiLw, Sir re I a ry f
CIIAS. V.. WOltDKN
A. M. WOltlJKN
The American Bank and Trust Co.
DR. C. P. MASON
American Bank A Trim! Po.'h Iliulili(i
DR. WM. MARTIN
Office ov"r Klamath County Hank
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Falls, 0reen
Mr ' LZrvs Li- V,
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