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■ iff the prudut't al! suiiiiiier he had •>0
pounds left. All of the *ls»ve vegetable»
were raised without water as Keim has
no system of irrigation.
plenty of |H-ople about here who have a*
tin« fruit and vegetables as can be found
anywhere who did not patronize the
Save This Anyway
Here i. xsimple home-male mixture
The first really agricultural fair of as given nv mi eminent authority on
Klamath county I* now a matter of his Kiilney iliseaM-a, who make* ttie state-
tory only. The knocker and the |>e»*i. ( ment in a New York daily newspaper,
mist are for the time kilenced and those that it will relieve almost any case of
who have always claimed that Klamath Kidney trouble if taken liefore the stage
was destined to liecome the agricultural- of Bright’* disease.
fie states that
I ARMI.RS Ol HO! JI: RATE MEANS i»ts paradise are now vindicated. Thu
' such symptom* as lame l>ack, pain in
OFFERED RARE OPPORTUNITY 1 general verdict, alike of the stranger , the side, frequent d«>ire to urinate,
, ami resident, is that few if any place* e»|>e< ially at niglit; painful and diacol«
could «quel the display of vegetables and i oreil urination, are readily overcome.
An unusual opportunity 1» offered th«
fruits assembled in the exhibition room ! Ifera is the recipe; try it:
farmer of mod«ratu iii«an* to secure a
during the fair.
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
home in th« l.uki-sid« Tract kMialcd on
The people ot Klamath have for nnce ounce; Compiuml Kargon, one ounce;
< hurlo» Nnowgisise ha» returned from
done themselves proud and surprised Com|H>und Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Innd now offured for »al« consist» of
Ashland aller« Ii« wont on a visit.
«ven tburnselve with the variety and ex | ounces. Take a tea*i>oonful after each
13500 acre* of irrigable land lying under
cellence of their display.
meul an-l at bedtime.
j the Adams canal, a part of the Klamath
Every landowner and citizen will
A well known druggist here in town
Project, and a-lmii ably ba'ate I along
take new heart in the upbuilding of our * is authority that these ingredients are
the sliorc of the lake. It I* rich sage-
county, when fie »««» what has lieeil all harmless and easily mixed at home
brtl«h ami gras» lam), purl of it being in
done by others and will be spurred on by shaking well in a Itottle. This mix
lutila on cultivation. It will la- sold in tract* to
to emulate or exceed their achievement* ture has a fw-ciiliar healing and soothing
»nil purchaser * an-l on »ati»fuctory
and un improvement on all lines of agri effect npon the entire Kidney and I’ri-1
There will be a big dance at hellii on term».
culture will la* the result.
nary structure, and often overcome« the i
For particular» call on or itd-lr««», J.
< h tôlier 1.
Nucli an exhibition is worth many worst forms of Rheumatism in just a 1
( rank Adams, manager l.ak«»i-b- Com
tint«» its cost to the county not only as little while. This mixture is said to re
Later, It is rejsirted that Madison pany, Tule Lake, Oregon.
tlie liust of advertisement of its many move all blood disorders and cure the
will g<> at one« to r*an Francisco to have
resources, but ms an educator and for Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to
lil* eye treated.
this reason it is well for us to consider filter and strain from the blood and sys
Th« following Kenoitcs »ent vcgalabl«»
some of the mistakes and errors we have tem all uric acid and foul, decomposed
to th« county lair t
made that we may corret or avoid them waste matter. Try it if you aren't well. |
U. C, Nelson, Cratic Bin«, cenlenial
in our next exhibit.
Save the prescription.
040 acre* of excellent land, .3*g mile*
potatoes ; I|«nry l'hapinaii, «ix week po-
All will couce-le the lack of »pace and
latini*; II. Knowgooae, two cubage heuds
Oregon is attracting the attention of '
|HW>r arrangement of exhibits due ot
weight |H pound* each, and two turnip» acre* under gravity ditch, lateral* all
crowding and late arrival of exhibits. Russian and Baltic tierman immi-l
weight 15 pounds; J. L. Padgett, licet», made; 140 acre* under pro|»«»«<i high-
The matter of space and the arrange grant*, fine inquiry received by the l
parsnip«, Early R om - |Mitatoe* alni cab line ditch; 250 acre* in'grain ; 280 acre*
ment of shelving should l>e duly con Oregon Development league from a
Hu will ceitninly gain a reputa in alfalfa; good eight-room house;
sidered when the new grounds are *e- thoroughly reliable source ways:
tion it* a cabbage raiser. 11« grew live
ticulars desired of a track of about 4'00
cured and the building constructed.
Priae |5.'J | ht acre, one-third cash,
heads on one «talk and lias the »econd
lmlivi-lual exhibitor* should endeavor acre» of good land suitable for general I
crop from one «owing.
Mr. Padgett i* balance on eaay term*.
i to have the exhibits properly prepared farming and stock-raising, not more
MASON A HLOfGH,
not «o «low on rui«ing onion*. 11« piant
ns to quantity, quality and variety. than ten miles from rail or steamboat
eti « five cent paper ol seed after using
Each variety should l>ear its proper tran*|>ortation that can be purchased
name, mi that th« diflurent varieties and for cash for not to exceed ♦■!<) an acre,
localities could be compared.
Articles for a Russian colony.” The inquiry
for exhibition should lie in uniform further says: "Our [>eople are Circas
packag«» ami quantities under the dif sian» from the Caucasus, honest, sober,
ferent heads f -r the convience of judges industrious, and physically the equal
in passing on their respective merits as of any race in Europe. They will bring
al»o t.M'I'i to the Is-auty and »ymmetry over their Arab horses and Angola
of the display.
sheep and goat*. They will lie a credit
Mingle farm exhibits iliO'll-i all lie io any community in which they may
groupie!, ami then arrangement made settle and if satisfied will lie followed by
by the owner under the direction of the immigrant» from the Baltic Germans
superintendent, to avoid confusion.
and from Russia.
Very few can »ecure prizes, but all
can contribute with their best to add
to ttie success of the display, which in
Flues built, pla»t«ring and cement
return reflects credit upon and inure«
promptly done. Prices reason
to the benefit of all alike.
CHAR. W. THOMAS.
If in connection with our fair, we
Leave order* at Gun Moie. Phone
c >uld have Farmers Institutes, and a 1
Every bit ot Pirfrrred Slock Salmon is
10 -17 t
Spring-packed Royal Chinook from the
attend them, we would soon realize the MB.
Columbia River thr best -almon in the
advantage of profiting from the discus
world—an I the pick of them, the choice
sions and ex|>eriences there related, ami
run of the -zion, caught before they leave
get in closer sympathy with our work
the salt water
and with each other.
Preferred Stork Canned Gooth
Fa« A «4 WUraso.- tJ •*¿•4» arw ttr w 4
The dairying industry was, from Mime
arc giLinmlrrJ 1» be nf hlj;h
oversight, left out of the announced
pound <>( Prvferr. I Snick Salmon is a
premium list, when it should have had
pound of concentrated nutrition, extra rich
Cleanliness and Good Work
in proteidsi a most wholesome food I"' the
most promising induwtrie«, and particu
worker) deli ate fea-t for particular cater*.
larly adapted to this country.
/« in tfru if ran ■ I'trfrrrr.l ’ttrt - finfnirri
But let us all forget our mistakes, or
AU bs * toll WX.U.sl.Ol^ssr. r.el.ta Or«<»r V S A
only remember tlieip to correct them in Also Agent for LONDON AND
| our next exhibition, when, if we go to
J work with our advanced knowledge and LANCASHIRE HRE INS. CO.
and exiwrience, we may achieve even
greater success and add to our present
Notice For Publication.
Your* for continued
Vnlted States Land office, Lakeview, Ore I'
O. A. STEARNS.
gon Oct. 19,1907.
KLAMATH BARBER SHOP
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
Eastern Sugar-Cured Hams will arrive in a few
& Sanborn’s Cntt^ y
To be handled exclusively by the
VAN RIPER BROS.
New School Supplies
Tablets, Pencils, Pencil Boxes, Etc.
tòlto tòtòtò tòtòtòtòtò 4
FRESH FRUITS. VEGETABLES,
Page Woven Wire Fence
Our representative will be glad to show you
the various syles and explain their merits.
Be sure and see the PAGE
CADDIS & DIXON, ™ PACE FENCE MEN
or VOLNEY DIXON, Travelling Representative, Klimath Falls
W-W. W.'W'W.W.WW.'W.'VWW X-W» W.-K W. W. WVVWW
Cbe Tirsi Crust $
Klamath Falls, Oregon
CAVING is the first great
principle of success. It
creates independence, it gives
a young man standing, fills
him with vigor, it estimates
him with the proper energy,
in fact it brings him the best
part of any success—happi
ness and contentment.
Wsoffi-r One Hundred Dollar. Reward for
any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by
F. J. CHENEY A Co.. Toledo. O.
We, the t’Bdoraigned, b*ve known F. J.
Cheney for the I Ml IS years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business tiansae
tlons and II nancialiy able to carry out any ob-
lliatlonsmade by bls firm.
WALDING, K1NNANX MARVIN,
Whole.al* Druggist*. Toledo. O,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, act-
Ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur- .
la*e* ol the system Testimonials »ent free J
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Drug
Take Hall's Family Pills lor constipation
Why Cabby Smiled.
"When I was In Paria,” said the girl
who ha* juat got home, “I took a
French leaaon every day. It was my
custom to write it down on one side of
a card and my address on the other,
the address very plain so that the cab
by could read it and take me home if
I happeued to get lost.
“One day I handed a cabby the card
with the address on it. Tie looked at
me In a puxzlod way. then smiled
aweetly. I took the card and looker!
at It. I had handed It to him with
my daily lesson on the top side. The
lesson was, ’I nm pleased to meet you,'
written lu French.”—Exchange.
Noliae is Hereby given that In compliance I'
with the provision* ol the act of Congress ol I'
Junes. 1878. entitled »An act tor the sale of
timber lands in the 8tate* of California, Ore
gon. Nevada. end Washington Territory," as
extended to all the Public Land State* by act
of August 4. 1S92. William Lashua of
Klamath Falla. County ot Klamath. 8:ate ot
Oregon, has this day filed tn this office his
sworn statement No XXK. for the purchase of
the nt^ne1. of Bee. wo. «. in Tp.
No. 41 8. K No. 6. E W M. and will
offer proof to show that the land »ought is
more valuable tor Ils timber or stone than for
agricultural purpose», and to establish hl*
claim to Mid laud before th* Clerk of Klamath
county, Oregon, at hl* office at Klamath
Falla. Oregon, on Friday the 20th day of
He names as witnesses:
JT. Johnston, Minto Kites, w. See horn and
Hen Milton all of Klamath Falla. Oregon.
Any and all person» claiming adversely the
above-desuribed lands are requested to fl'.o
ibelr claim* in this office ouor before said JOth
day ol December. 1907.
J. N. WATSON. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, l.an4 Office at
Lakeview.Oregon, October 15,1907.
Notice 1» hereby siren that James K Bal
lard of Klamath Falla, Oregon, has tiled
notli-e ot hi» Intention to make Huai Five
year proof in support of bls claim, viz: Home
stead Entry No. '2397 made Juue 17. 1901. for
the ne1. of Sec. 4. Tp. 40 8, R. 9E.W.M., and
thnlsatil proof will he made before the Clerk
of Klamath County, Ore., at his office at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on the 29th day of No
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, aud cultiva
tion of, the land, viz:
Thus. Martin. Chas Ayer. W. N. Wilson aud
C. D. Wilson all of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
* J. N. W atson,
The Intelligent Bohemian Life.
Corot, th« French laudscape painter,
vra* a model of consistent liobenilan-
Ism of the best kind. When his fa
ther said, "You shall have £.HO a year,
your plate nt my table and be n paint
er. or you shall have £4,000 to start
with if you will l>e n shopkeeper,” his I
choice was made at once. He remain
Notice for Publication
ed always faithful to true bohemian
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
principles, fully understanding r the
Lakeview, Oregon, October 15,1907.
value of leisure.—Philip Gilbert Ilam-
Notice Is hereby given that Edward Miller of
Fort Klainath. Ore., has filed notice of his In
tention to make final Five year proof in sup
port of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No
Old Scotch Farmer (having spent 2ol<> made April 23. 1902, tar the »l,nw>4 and
■txpence on a rattle ticket for a pony nS"»'1. 8CC. 3S, Tp. 82 8. R. 7*q E. W. M , and
and trap, value £50, and having won that said proof will be made before the clerk
It. Is shown the prize. After gnzing crit of Kinmath County, Ore., at his office at Klam
ically at It for some minutes) — Rut ath Falls., Oregon, on the 5th day of Decem
whaur's the wliup? Punch.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultlva-
Rnnr patiently what thou sutTereat t on of, the land, vis:
by thine own fault.—Dutch Proverb.
J.C. Weiss, Asa Fordyce, Edward Leever and
H. B. Loosley all of Fort Klamath, Oregon.
If you don’t scale the mountain yon
J. N. WATSON,
•an’t view the plain.—Chinese l'rjvwrb.
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3 Per Cent on Time Deposits
Watch this space for announcement of Chase
G. W. WHITE, Président
GEO. T. BALDWIN, Vice-Pres.
J. w. SIEMENS, Cashier
W. A. DELZELL, Asst. Cashier
M ason & S lough
choice line of invest
the pure linser money-
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