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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
1 he Place of Opportunities
Klamath Co. Has No Equal
The Railroad will
Soon be Here
dreds of homes and inside of
be prepared to furnish water
Klamath County carried Off the first
prizes at the Irrigation Congress in Sacra-
mento for its irrigated Wheat, Oats, Barley,
Vegetables and Grasses.
Now is your opportunity to get a
home. I CAN SELL YOU (i()OD LAND
THAT WILL ALL BE IRRIGATED-
ON EASY TERHS -AT Sift'., to $30
I also have some good buys in Klamath
Falls, the Metropolis of Klamath Co., that I
am offering at a bargain. I am also handling
land in Butte Valley on the new Railroad,
near Dorris, at prices that will make you buy
if tou will only go and look it over.
WHEN COMING TO KLAMATH FALLS BE SURE AND MAKE MY OFFICE
YOUR HEADQUARTERS, as I have all kinds of literature on Klamath County, and will be
glad to furnish it to you free of charge.
¡MARK L. BURNS
CUT THEM ALL OUT.
To Brighten Tinware.
Th« Enemies One Is Likely to Meet
In His Vocabulary.
“In the dictionary of fools we find ‘I
can't’ very often, plenty of ‘ifs’ and
lots of words like ’luck' and ‘destiny’
and phrases like ‘If I only had time or
a chance like other people!’ ’’
Did you ever think that many of the
words and phrases which you constant
ly use are vour real enemies, that they
leave their hideous pictures and black
shadows in your mind?
How many times bare you been kept
from doing a good deed by such
phrases as “Oh. I can't do that,” “I am
afraid that that will not turn out well.”
“Oh, I know I can't do that,” "Some
body else can do that a great deal bet
ter,” “I am afraid to try,’ “I haven't
the courage,” “I fear I shall take cold
or catch some disease If I do this or
I believe that those two word«, "I
can't,” have ruined more prospects and
have kept more ability doing the work
of mediocrity than any other two words»
in our language.
"I am afraid of this or that” is a ter
rible hinderer, a terrible blighter of
ambition, a cooler
All achievement and all efficiency de
pend upon initiative, and that Is easily
killed by the fear words, the words
which Cipro»’ doubt -nd oneertalnty.
“By thy words thou shalt be justi
fied, and by thy words thou shalt be
VALUE OF WALKING.
to Be Derived From
Form of Exercise.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, or Dorris, California
There Is hardly an instance of a long
lived man who has not been for the
best part of his life a brisk walker
and for some reason or other has bad
to take exercise pretty well every day.
Riding Is all very well and so are
other exercises, but there Is nothing
like a good walk, because it stimulates
the blood and the muscles and necessi
tates being In the open air.
If those who complain of belDg stout
would only think of this and never
omit a dally constitutional they would
be amply rewarded. It will keep them
young and their figures presentable.
It is simply a remedy that no one
heeds to. Sitting about In the open
air Is all very well and is far better
than sitting In the house, but It does
not keep you In good health.
It Is quite another thing to over-
fatigue oneself. There is nothing bet
ter than to get Into a healthy perspira
tion by walking. It Is just like drink
ing a glass of cold water In the morn
ing. It Is so simple no one believes
This may not suit everybody, but
those it dries suit It will keep In health.
When tinware becomes discolored
put the pieces into a wash boiler, cov
er with cold water and when it gets
hot add a handful of salsoda and boil
the tinware for thirty minutes or
Remove it, and if the water was
I strong of salsoda the tinware will
shine like new. It will not eat or in-
jure the tin in any way.
Salsoda added to water with which
'floors are scrubbed will cut the grease
and whiten the wood.
It will remove stains from muslin
and linen if put into water In which
they are soaked.
Lots In Mills Addition and Mills Second
Addition Are Sure Money makers
Before using new flowerpots soak
them in a tub of water. Unless this is
done they will, by reason of their
porosity, rob the plants placed in them
of considerable moisture, often suffi
cient to cause serious injury before
the cause of the trouble is discovered.
A teaspoonful of pulverized alum
mixed with the common stove polish
will give a wonderful polish.
Before boiling eggs wet the shells
thoroughly in cold water before drop
ping in the boiling water and they will
A very good way to lay the dust on
the carpets while sweeping is to sprin
kle over them two cupfuls of dampened
Bites of insects are relieved by touch
ing the spot with a drop of ammonia.
It neutralizes the poison and soothes
To scale fish quickly cover with boil
ing water. Let it remain in the water
just half a minute, then scrape with a
knife, and the scales will come off
A very satisfactory way to clean
rugs after they have been hung on the
line and beaten Is to brush them care
fully with a whisk broom dipped In
nodi « Critic.
Seasoned Publisher—My reader re-
ports that your manuscript is worth-
less. He is a very fine critic, sir.
Aspiring Author—Er did your reader
ever write a novel?
Seasoned Publisher—No, but he has
turned down hundreds of ’em.—Puck.
De Style- When a circus is stranded
nowadays tlie slack wire artist is the
envy of all the performers.
De Style—Why, he is the only one
who is able to walk home on the gyro
scopic railroad track.—Judge.
No single lot higher than $300.
Choice lots as low as $75.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE. PAY 20 PCR
CGNT CASH AND $1O A MONTH
Frank Ward will show you the lots
and help make a selection.
Several thousand acres of the best farm, fruit, garden, orchard and grazing land in Klamath County
at prices that cannot 9 be beat and on favorable terms.
FRANK IRA WHITE
American Bank and Trust Building, Sixth Street Side.