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l'HI: BOS ION STORE is going out of, business and in
order to dispose of the stock quickly, EVERYTHING IS
REDUCED TO ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
Time to Spray
Npmy I m pru|M«rly tiiAtl«* and properly thoroughly untierstand that to get re
pul on il w ill then du Ibr real.
sults worth while, you must *prav every
'I I ihic in iin fpi«*Nlion blit I lint llm K hii year and spray evety tree, and there i*
l iuii In-pi . t -i, sit' -
Jiiae m ull« t it 11 bf «•iiairr killed now 1 bit 11 no danger ol spraying Pei much if you
ill th* Portland Journal
nett Npiintf, for a u runI majority <<( •pray Intelligently. But there are a
Now is the tint« l<> i-oiiiim-m-M spray-
tlirm me young and have only a wry gri-Kl notny who did not »pmy pro|>erly
m for Nan Jo** «cab-, dead spot or hi >|>I»
light routin/ <>l the tfiimmy aubalanw lust yem, and who are duiuning the In
tree anthracnose, ami all other tangos
<>wi them which prottN'ta a* well 11« spector, mid fruit i'oiuiiii»ionvr* for
di***MS of fruit mih I fruit tree* From
give« thvni tin* till«* to their narnw, what wit* their own fault, and it they
now until next spring when llm buds
Ih’Md* if they live <111 the will send lor lli<- Iruit m*|s-i Dir when
start 1* th<’ ls-.t tuns, for while the
lit*«’ all h inter, mapping llm hl»i out <>i It they get ready to spray nguiu, he will
it**« nrs dormant the standard spray
nn they vlowiy develop, ao much the »••« that their
work is properly done
>r Ihts kind ol work can It* put on full
worm« l«»r the tree.
next lime, ami if they do it right lie
trengtli without injury to llm tri..... .
I belt« nre ¡1 great many other in*rrt will guarantee rt-ettlls,
m-xt year's crop <>| fruit.
I found »vvi-ral (>*<>ple hauling wormy
Tim "Oregon spray" that is lime and H'NtN that are rlfretually put out of ex-
h |>| i I i - h to inutkel this suiiiiuvr wbode-
sulphur spray proparly mad« ami
de. inch n< uyater ahell i lartvl that they liud sprayed their tree*
properly applied, la the standard winter the Nan Jo«r
at a heavy expense, ami that the «pray-
sprav and may lie put on any lime dur aealr, nml the branch form of woolly
not kill the worm*. When
n I no lungON diarameN of all kind*. 1 | ing did
ing the dormant season.
asked what they sprayeil with they an-
When th* Uses ate dry, shall hour
If you «prayed your tree* laalyeur and ‘
or leas in sufficient for the spray to set, •praye«l |»r«»|»«*rl\ it will not I ni iivccm • wcred, "lime ami sulphur." Now
and thsii It may rain (or three months for the fruit ¡napector to tell you t<» lime and sulphur is lb* l-ost spray in
■toady lor all von need to cam. II your «pray again t|n< year, for you will tin- woild for fruit trie-s, ■> a general
cleaning up spray ami lur killing Nan
Jo»,- stale, but it dove not affto-t the
■ -«Ilin moth tn the |,-a»t, ami of course
you know by this time that "arsenate
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
of lead" applied just about when the
Al I \ MARTIN, P imi
I I RI IMI
Via* Praai lost petals full the first time, followed at the
pro|n>r interval* during the summer i*
A I.E N M A I: I I S , J r . Ca.loer
I I I I I 1 - - . I I : - \
tin- only way to handle lhe codling
1 would also like to call the attention
NTATEMENT OF CONPITIoN AT TUI CI.<»N| i>l Bl'sINENN
ot certain i,-al estate agent* who are
JUNE 20, 1007
bubbling over with "hot air" aliout
axaut a, xs
tost-«, roses everywhere," that tl they
diana ami lhacounta
I 3H.Wi2.70 would »|-eiul or can«,- to I*» *|M<nt a few
(Mi,MH.KO cents oi at the most u few dollars on
Honda and Nruritira
Heal Estate,‘Buildings end Flatura*
20,100.5 some ol the property they are^trying to
'.MH^Ul .03 "•II they will Is- able to get a much
Cash and Night Fikchange..
la-tler price lor the pro|*-rty as well uh
do the public at large a favor which will
Capital Stock, fully paid
N|,ray now and avoid lhe poaaibility cf
Httrphi* and I’rollts................
a ahortage of laleir or material, and po»-1
I hi* other Banka .........
to, oui. wt
stbly a short season for spraying next I
Lastly don't l«> bitckward altont call
ing on the stat.- lioard ot Horticulture
I. Alex Martin, Jr , Cashier ol llm above named Bank, do solemnly
swear that llm alnv* statement Is true to the 1» -I <>( mv knowIclgcsnd believe or the secretary ol the l-oard, or any of
the county Inspectors, a* they are will
Ai xx Mxtrri*, J h ., Cashier.
ing to help yoit^nndjtre. doing the Lest
Nubacriltrsl and sworn to la-lon, nm this nth day- ol July, |M>7.
they know how, and they will I m - only
A. M. WoRtiaa,
I,«, glad to supply you. with informa
Notary Public lur Oregon.
tion on any point ton ijav wish. They*
are also glad to learn anything I Eat may I
he of interest to fruit growers in gen
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
CHANGE OF TIME
Klamath Lake R. R. Co
Effective Monday, January 6, 19o8
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
Lv. Thrall, 4 p. m.
The Pioneer Bank of Klamath County
We make the best Cakes, Pies, Bread, etc. out of the
very best flour.
Everything is neat and dean in our b iking department
and open to your inspection.
Van Riper Bros, handle our bread and w ill deliver it to
your door it you will mention it to them
Opposite American Hotel
City Meat Market
WEISS & ARMAND
AU KINDS OF FRESH, SALT
AND SMOKED MEATS
CASH MEAT MARKET
Opposite Van Riper Bros.
We deliver to any part of the
Phone orders given careful and prompt attention.
We cut hams to accommodate customer
J. W. Hawxhurst, Prop
KLAMATH FALLS MACHINE SHOP
¡Me are prepared to do BLACKSMITHING and
Repair Work of all kinds
We guarantee all our work to
be first class and at Satisfactory Prices.
BETWEEN 6"» AND 7,h ON WALNUT
Plush and Mohair Robes
and All Kinds of Harness.
Poultry and Stock Food
Comfortable Stages will leave Klamath Falls and Pokegama Daily
------------ at 6 a. m.------------
Fare in either direction between THRALL and KLAMATH FALLS $5.50
Through Tickets on Sale at Thrall, Cal., and at the office of the McIntire Transportation Co. at Klamath Falk
Passengers who miss connections with S. P. trains at Thrall by reason of delays
either on the K. L. R. R. or above Stage Line, will be entertained free of charge
at the Hotels either at Thrall or Pokegama until connection is made.
isses ntiiiav 1
and Harness Oil.
pipe Klamath Falls to Weed, via. Thrall and Pokegama, C/* 7C
Telephone FREE OF CHARGE for Pullman Reservations at Thrall
Department ol the Int tor, I'nited Blates
Lakeview. On«ou. Dec. 21, 1W7.
Notice is hereby given that lhe State ot Ore
Tulc l-ake postotlice is located about
gon has. under the provisions ol the Act of
twelve miles east of Merrill and is
congress of August 14. 1*4*. and the acta sup
surrounded by one of the richest
plemental ami amendatory thereof, made ap
sections in the county. This part of
plication for the .'oilowing deecnbed unap
propriated. non mineral surveyed
Klamath County is destined to be
land as Indemnity tor leases toll* grant tor
come very populous, on account of
common s, hiu>l purpose*, to-wlt:
the great fertility of the soil, thus
1-isl No. 3*-.'. for ne\net*. Sec. IS. Tp. KI
requiring but a few acres to support
K.14K; n*x,aa^. and net.ivt», Sec. 6, Tp. *
a large family.
It is admirably
S..K. tSK. and sennet,. Sec. 3, Tp. SSS.. K. IS
K . W. M.
adapted for fruit raising, to which
Any and all person- clalminx adversely the
industry much of the land will un
above described lands are requested 1» ale In
doubtedly lie devoted.
this office their said claim* on or before the
Stet day ot Pal.ruary. IMw,
J. X. WATSON.
The new vear finds the people of this
lli'iv is n simple liotiu-'iiiiiilu mixture
us given by an eminent authority on
Kiilney tliM-ases, who makes the state
ment in a New York daily newsjiaper,
timt it will relieve almost any ease
of Kiilney trouble if taken before the
stage of Bright's disease.
thut such symptoms a* lame back, pain
in the side, frequent desire to urinate,
especially nt night; painful and dis
colored urination, arc readily overcome.
Here is lhe recipe ; try it:
Fluid Extract Ihtmlelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, une ounce;
t'ompounil Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Take a teaspoonlul after each
A bounteous dinner was served to which
meal and at bedtime.
A well known druggist here in town all did ample justice.
is authority that these ingredients art-
Chas. Pickett will make a trip to
all liarniless ami easily mixed at home ' Klamath Falls Sunday with a load of
by shaking well in a bottle. This mix ! dressed hogs.
ture lias a peculiar healing and sooth
Meedames Chandler, Dunn, and C. C.
ing i-flect upon the entire Kidney and
Garrison visited Merrill on Monday.
Urinal v structure, ami often nvereonies
tlie worst form* of Rheumatism nt just
a little w hile. This mixture is said to
remove all blood disorders and cure the
Kheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to
tiller and strain from the blood and sys
The Free FublicJ.tbrary is open every
tem all uric acid and foul, decomposed evening from 0:30 to 10 o'clock; ami
waste matter, which cause these atllice Saturday anil Sunday afternoon* from
tions. Try it if you aren't well,
2 to 5:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation
is extended to all.
Opposite Exchange Stables
James B. Moore, Prop.
Opp. Martin Flouring Mill
Wood, Posts, Shakes
Beware of Ointment* for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
M mercury will «ureljr destroy the rente of
«■tell and completely derange the whole «ya-
tern whet entering it through the mucous tur-
face«. Buch article» should never be used ex
cept on prescriptions from reputable physi
cians, as the damage they will do Is ten fold
to the good you can poasibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney X Co., Toledo, O . contains no
mercury, and is taken Internally, acting di
rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, in buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It is taken In«
ternaliy aud made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.
Cheney A Co. Testimonials free.
Bold by Druggists. Frio«. 75c. per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Horses boarded by
the day, week or
Fine livery teams
at reasonable rates
Grain and hay for
sale — Hay baled
A. G. DUHME
Guardian Sale of Real Estate
Hy virtue o( an order oi sale duly made and
entered by the County Court of the Mateu
Oregon.lor th--County «,- KJunath.on the 17th
day ot September. IW7, authorising, licensing
and empowering me, as the guardian ol tbs
persons snd estates ot Mary Parkinson, sod
Prank lies ey Parklnaon. minors, to all at prl-
vats sals *11 the right, title and Interest ot said
minors It, snd to the ioilowing described real
estate, situate In the County ol Klamath. Rale
ot Oregon, to wn: An undivided two-sevsntha,
being au undivided one seventh Interest each.
(subject to an unaaaigned dower Interest
therein) tn and to the south halt; the south
west quarter of the northeast quarter and lota
The are signs of activity at the Os-
oue (1), two (2J. three (X), four (4) and See (5) of
Isirne ranch so we presume that Bert is seatlon twentya-lsht
the mirth halt of the
again in the neighborltooI, although w e ■ nthwaat quarter: lhe southwest quarter of
the southwest quarter, and tot* one (1) and
have not seen him yet.
two I'Ci ot section twenty-seven (IT), all In
Hauling wood is still one of the lownah .p thirty nine (SS) south, range seven
princi|>al occupations of some of the (7) east of the Willamette meridian,containing
ac -'O acres. I will, from an<- after lhe 17lhday
of Jar.uary, 190K. proceed to tell and continue
B. II. Pickett ami Peter McClure at- until .old. to aell al private sale for cash In
tended the New V ear’s Eve ball at Bo banc., subject to confirmation by the above-
named Court, all the right, title and interest
which the said minors, or elthar of them have
The only social event in this vicinity tn amt to the said premises.
Appllcstton, for purchase ntay be made toO.
was a gathering at the resilience of Mr. A. Reams, Klamath Palls, Oregon, and to Nina
and Mrs. Myers on New Year's Pay. Parkinson, gaardlan. Palo Alto, Cal.
Hated end first published Oec. 2S.1W7.
Those in attendance were Mr. Baker
MltA. NINA PARKINSON
and family, Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Gay.
'Guardian of the persons and estates of Mary
Mrs. Helen Zumwalt and daughter Miss,
1 Parkinson ¿and Frank twwwy Parkinson
Thelma, and Mr. Floyd Brandenburg. | | minors
SAVE YOUR MONEY BY GOING THIS WAY
which, when completcl, will lx- the
main line la-tween Oakland and Port
community able to partake of their
usual rations, though some an- still
S A. P. Fitter, the famous land fraud afflicted w ith bad colds.
king lias been pardoned by President
The youngest son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Roosevelt. It is presumed that this
Frank Anderson was taken very ser
action was taken on the urgent recom
iously ill w bile they were s|>endiiig the
mendation of Assistant I'nited slates
Christmas Holidays in the vicinity of
Attorney Heney who was in Washing
Merrill, lie are pleased to say he has
ton at the time, and who was |«rticular-
improved vert much and is out of dan
lv anxious to have Mr. Puter where he
could be used a« a witness against the
11. 11. Pickett made a visit to the
men who will lu> brought to trial this
County Seat last Sunday, returning
home on Tuesday.
Save This Anyway
All daylight between Klamath
Falls and Pokegama
In connection with lhe Straw-McIntire
John C. Hill, of the Holcomb Realty
Company, in an interview ip the Xmas
edition of the Oakland Tribune, states
that Ids company ia receiving many in
quiries almm Klamath County. which
would indicate the widespread interest
that is l>emg manifested in this county
and tarnishes stronger evidence of the
advisability of arranging fur excursions
from the East and Middle West. In
|*art, Mr Hill said :
"We are also having a large number
of inqurice from Eastern jieople who
desire to come to the coast and take up
A great many ol these in-
qurie, ar* concerning the Klamath
country tn Northern California and
Southern Oregon in which we are inter
ested. This country offers la-ttcr op.
portunities for men of small means
than perhapa any other part of the Fa
il lie Coast. The country is developing
very fast and. as lias la-eu mentioned in
the pa|-era several time* of late, the
Southern Pacific Company is not to
stop work on the railroad which is now
i living built into Klamath Falls and
Ar. Thrall, 9:05 a. m
Lv. Pokegama, 7 a. m.
Ar. Pokegama, 6:05 p.m
Office in First National Bank Building,
STABLE 2 nd SHOP
CHAS. R. BALDWIN