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Klamath County Abstract
It Is Teecsvary to Ifivs Oiitf’s Al
Lxtv ive as Ihoa» cf Lu.t»,»
Osa»- cgm Far-
Tito l*b-nes r Ahetract Hitiiv id kiaUMth Gwiutv, Orv p»«t
Have you a l>tV h tn survey ” I» your l*n>|»Tty Lille in iloulit? Is youv
Tub- perfc-et? Wc have a cuni|4ete Abstract ami fengims-ring utHcv.
These who think deer or mountain
lion hunting to be hard work ought to
A44rv,» P. O. Bas 1«. k lamatta Paste. Otego«. M smw . Mala y>
try hunting hawk» nesti for «while
and • ei » ta.te of tn» really strenu ■ ■:<
Ufa. li.vvxs aeit all ever the world.
frur:' '. the equator to the far uorth ths;-
make up one of the largrst and mi:
widely known of any of the l.trd fatu
Lien. To t'.utu beloBff the great bill
• « I
everyone knows. Hut tueir habits are
all different, so that mathixls which
will result in tbe finding i f oae hawk s
nest, says the U»s Angeles dime... v .11
take the hunter directly by tae home
of anoih-r species. The little xpanow
hawk lays Its egg* in a hollow ire •
while the exglo builds a bulky nest of
all sorts of sticks and place« It in the
very tiptop of tbe btgbist available
| The hawk hunter--who. by the way.
I -alls himself an "oologist"- takes with
, him as much of an outfit a» woul 1 a
I deer hunter. First of all. he wears a
will place on the market
suit of duck or khaki, lemon, or. prefer
| ably, forest green tn color, and instead
d the usual heavy shoes of a hunter.
I light leather creations which ylsld t>
Contemplate Making Investments
.every luoverumt of the find and clint;
'as tenaciously to the bark of trei.i at
County, wait and see
would the barefoot.
To at,l bltu in
¡climbing still further, he carrlrs a
what we have to offer. When our
pair of the "cllmbeis" used by tele
; I hone and tel, graph linemen
to this Is a tin box having straps on
boulevards, now un
each end so that It may be easily car
| riel, and In which the eggs ar« care-
fully ¡lacked in cotton.
Entering the forest o- the cliff wstle I
picturesque spot, from which a
icanyon, the tr. xiern hawker strikes o it
Klamath Lake, Mt.
■xrefully. treading as silently as any
deer hunter, searching the s'.les fre-
■ rt!« wl’h a field gla«» ' r
■ ,r -t
Shasta and Mt. Pitt
be had. where
birds lie seeks. Hawks, eagles an I
most of the owls nest In early
fr i the first of Februar- •<> th« c. 1
of May. so that th» collector must be
orama of unequalled beauty, the fnost de-
afield early In order t> get e. -s In
'wl.i-h Li.-v.hstlo'i has rot
sirable residence section of Klamath
’ He scans the tops of trscs or such
likely places as he knows and finding
s -me great bulk of sticks I< mtng
darkly against the sun. he 1..' < <1 v i
are to be
in this sub-
his paraphernalia and a»-, n Is t>e tr -
If the hawk be one of the larvte ;•«>■ •• i
this summer. It offers to the
known as hurrard hawl s. a -:.p ,-n h-»
trunk >f the tree will .suall v
. : ■ . .
nesting bird In screaming flight f- mi
her home. With the smaller hawks
this test does rot apply, but the ex
perienied hawker rarely climb» to a
nest from which no bird can be In-
I duced to fly.
Once secured and brought saf«ly
home, the next thing for the "oologist"
to do is to preserve the eggs. This he
does by drilling a small hole in one
side of the egg and removing the con
tents by means of a blowpipe Instru
ments are manufactured for this pur
pose. and many are of Intricate make
I for use when the eggs are valuable
rot? Tnl COLLTCT*- 0TT9
Klamath Canal Company
now being platted. If
opportunity to realize a
a,-d so far Inftbated a» M l>e unaav-
able with the ui'Sldcd
When i he eai's are emptied of Invlr
col tints, they are thoroughly Uriel
with hid air and the I laid carefully
away In tray a of cornmeal to l-econt»
entirely dry in esse the air has left
any drop« of moisture. In a day or
two they are place.1 tn thilr Aral nest
of cotton In th* drawer of a cabinet
whet« many other hawks' eggs have
preceded them r»< h collection Is eat
alogue-l. and the eggs -ire marks I with
a known symbol, so that not only may
<a h sot be distinguished from all the
others. but each specie» may also be
known by a glance at the egg and
without reference to the printed cata
Many th ntsands
hawks' end other
nually through the mail» of this coun
try. They are s»nt In exchange be
tween collector* llvIt;: tn widely sep
a nted parts of America, and many
come from Europe. white the study of
bird»' eggs and .bo sp» it of collecting
thetn have been developed to a much
greater extent than loro
A rare merlin f und only In the
northern paid of Canada during the
br.wdlng sea-,in lays an t
to tts fortunate find
and not only
this, but the merlin usually lays some
three to five eggs tn every neat, ao
that a "sat" laa the full number of
eg it* laid by a . .rd Is calle II may be
w< rth a neat sum to the h.-.wker who
finds it. But It is not for money that
most of three n •pen wh> have taken up
>f sport go
this kind of
git out. many of
them ar« independently rich, others
are in lucrative positions,
take It up as a means of getting out
Int > the world of the wild, and bring
home the eggs as souvenirs of th, ir
trips. In time this has grown to l<-
a regular study, until now almost all
the large muneums have a deportment
levoted esclustvely to the study ol Luc
-jgs of birds, living and extluct. .
r An Exceptional Occupaf. 1.
A Parisian actor who foitncrly ma le
a good Income In his profession Is now
arnlng his living as a cab driver He
has taken this step to spite his dl
voreod wife. Wherever h - went she
put a lien on hlv salary, The actor
found that tto only occupation In
v hlch his wife was helping against
him waa cab driving, because he drew
no e vges an! had to pay for the hire
of the cab. He says he Is making a
jood living and Is quite hap:..
Qctting His Slispe.
I.f.'llv I hear your brvtu»r U «aar
it g corsets, now?
I’holly—Uh. yea. he's t-v«-
In shs¡v* for th« winter
—Yonkers S'._;e*<uax __
s ' ttings
Prof It • «.-1-aubadi la said to have
proven that JU persons In It'd can see.
In the dark, oored rays from the
hitman body ai. I ll.i .l.i» Ivoin a mag
The "flicker" sometimes noticed In
lightning prove» to he due Io the tact
t mt several tlsxhrs sometime» the or
six follow one path t '<> rapidly to be
separated by tbe eye. The traili »hown
In photography of v •y bright flaahe*
are caused by Ittettt lr»eenee produced
In the air for a very brief period
A new piodtiet of tbe electric f
nace ha» been intrmliiei d In I'r.n
under the d gnitien eal itonllo
1» a double .aiblle of barium mil c.il
Hum. produ,. .1 by M J Cartier, an
electro met.illtirg'.st of Mancloux. which
dec,i-np,,..e, ,-n c intact with water, like
A stervo»i pic star chart Is the sue
cessful novelty of T 1-1 ll-'Mh, the Eng
section of the heavens are drawn front
two points of view that are nip
posed to be lit years opart, and un
der a larto stereo». ope the double
view gives a rough but very instructive
Impression of the stars floating In
space at an approximation to their
relative distances. Instead of ns points
against the dark background of the
Tint result la a most Interrii-
Electric waves i and »cnaitlve ro
eeivers offer a means
a variety of operations at a di-tance
Prof 1-1 l> Branly has (»•en tn in« to
attain ntch results, and hai »koivu the
Paris academy an apparatus by which
he can start an electric motor, cause
Incandescent lamp» to glow and cause
The«,- effects may bo
produced nr discontinued In any de
sired order, one after another They
were chosen arbitrarily for experiment,
an I It Is po -ilble to bring about at a
dlstan -e other mechanical action or »«-
rlea of actions, or to work a comply
MRS. M. McMlLl.AN, Prop’r.
Under the Government Irrigation Scheme
CO YOU KNOW YOU CAN BUY
Cheaper than elsewhere under the
Governmment project of irrigation ?
Lost River Realty Company
Chas. Pattee. Manager. Bonanza, Oregon
Pure Bred Stallions
Bull Cochin Chickens
I I’htiin.-, Al ri !ii II
BITS BY THE BABES.
"Mamma.” said five-year-old Nellie,
"I'd like to ask your advice atsnit
"What la II, dear?"
querle I her mother.
■After I get
William I! Crane, the actor, says he through school, what would you advlaw
first learned what true love is by ac me to do while I'm watting to be mar
cidentally overbearing a brief conver ried?" asked the little mUs.
sation between a young man and a
very pretty girl. “And you're sure you
A little girl called nt a mxvry and
love me?" she said. "Love you?" echoed asked for n qur.rx of vinegar to tie
the young fellow. "Why, darling, put In a gallon jug This being done
while I was bidding you good-by on she askel for another quart tn be put
the r-**h la<t night yw- <*vg bit a In the same vessel "Why didn't you
large “■*■-0 out of the can ot my ieg. ask for half a gallon in the first
and I never noticed it till I got bom«.'* place?" asked the grocer. "Because“
answered the »mall shopper, "It's tor
two dlffsrent persona"
Homes in La ng el I and Lost River Valleys
A four-year-old Brooklyn child waa
watching the cook shelling peas Sh«
was noticed to be deeply Interested In
Finally »he looked up
all of a sudden and »aid naively; "Oh.
let mo unbutton some at them."
Now is the time to buy
Hemes in Klamath County
A lit.Io girl »a» called upon to riwlto
her piece before tin audience, When
she reached the ataa* abv h I. mh ! there
without saying a wort At length she
exclaimed: "Papa knows It."
i 1 OR • Ol
XI A SCO '1'
LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES
KI.AM M il FAI LS AND MLRRll.L
Largest and Best Equipped Stables in Soutluni Oregon
TOURIST S TRADE A SPECIALTY
V. *r. OLIVER« I »roprlvlfir
1*1 U < > r .
On the Mulh. M'p!.ii u t (¿lit milt '» south of Khniath
Falls u ill b<* in service t \ t ry Iiicsjus, I iuirsd ix and Sat
urday tor the next three n. nths. Mans will be pastured.
No liability for damages. Charges $io for season.
'r. 1". A? J. 1^. Siliort
THE HOT SPRINGS IMPROV EMEE
Will, about the first week in
May, offer for sale Lots in the
HOT SPRINGS ADDITION.
This property is very favorably located, and we shall make such improvements upon it as to make it attractive to those
wishing to build nice homes.
We shall grade the streets.
We shall lay cement sidewalks.
We shall provide perfect drainage.
We shall construct sewers.
We shall provide a water system.
We shall secure electric lights.
We shall have a great hotel on the tract.
We shall make a park around the splendid Hot Springs, situated almost
in the center of the Tract.
We shall have the depot of the California Northeastern Railway.
We shall have a Street Car system as soon as required.
We shall stand for A GREAT AND BEAUTIFUL KLAMATH FALLS.