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NUM.MERH N EU H
OIV HARD AND GARDEN
W P Mlles has finished a slxteen-
(Front June Farm Journal ]
(From June Farm Journal.]
Koop hous sharp with a tile.
hprse leveler for W W. Maston. lie
Open liu« door of your haart; l«t in
Thu asparagus beetle Is a troublu-
Make thr«»« auccosslonal plantings
also made a ditch clcuuur for hiui.
Hyinpathy sweet for stranger and soruo pest, not easy to control, says of sweet corn thia month, at ton-d*y
Joe Caller Is nis-dlug for W W
Rural New Yorker
Chickens are Intervals.
It will makv the halla of the lu-art fond of them and wjll rid garden
Never pick berries for market
Mr. Parker has runted thu Ma.it ini
beds of the adults, but, of course, can wh«-n they are wet. And, when
ranch, and Is looking fur the hands
Thal unguis may valor unaware
be of little buuutU in large fields. picked, hurry them to a cool place
Grandma Routluy 1s staying*with
Clean cutting, especially In ridge cul out of the sun.
h^t sou. Janies Dixon. Hh« has been
Vaulty bears Howers but no fruit. ture, keeps them well under control
Cut off, at any time, any suckers
spending auu>«> time with her daugli-
Charity always gous farther than In spring, but the slugs or larvae do you may And growing at the foot of
i ior, Mrs. Lum Htiurt
It Is sent.
considerable barm later.
fruit trees or on the trunk or main
Doni forgot to keep picking thu limbs where branches should not
Ixzulu Dixon was at l.utn Shorts
Preaching and practise are twins
| on business Wednesday.
that often get separated.
cucumbers as they ripen. Look grow.
Mr. Llbln spent Thursday night nt
Caring for things Is better than through the vines carefully (they
Muzzle the horses and pad the out-
working hard to get money to buy have a great way of hiding In the aid« portions of wb I fl!«trues and bar-
Ola Hinith «lil'td Mrs Elmer New thing»
l>-avea) so that none will be over- row when cultivating the orcbard,
A womau without wrinkles on her looked; for two or three large onea thus
Tom Martin sold a loud of pigs brow seldom knows much of the r«al going to seed will sap all thu strength "barked” trees.
to Crlnler A Hillis meat
joys ur sorrows of life.
of tbelr vine, whereas in picking
Pay an occasional friendly visit to
Tom .Martin visited at
The side of an old berry crate cut them right along new ones will form the lUlle tr«««s set this spring
I place Thursday.
to lit Ihe bottom of the boiler make* and a continued supply be secured.
off unnecessary sprouts; and make
Fjred HmIt h 1« hauling wood «gain. a good support to set jars on when
The Bordeaux mixture Is the prop sure that no label wires have been
lamls Dlxot. and Dave Wade were canning
er remedy to use for all fungous left on th«: trees to choke them.
I up In the timber hauling woial.
Few of us over have all w>> would troubles, viz . mlld«w and rust of
Watch for the little slugs -dark
John Uerling passed through the like
I’ Is better for us so
It to beans; potato and tomato rot and ish, slimy fellows - that are likely to
I «-uunty Thursday
like a spoiled child that gets every - j | Icaf-bligbt; melon and cucumber dls- be on pear or cherry leaves now. Fine
Mi and Mm Dunnls returned to thins he crl.M for
<-a»<-s. ceh-ry l.-af-blight and rust, etc. dry dust, if thrown in the trues, will
| i heir «tioiiic lii \«hland W'«dne»<l.»>
Cut out some of th« really un- Th<- liulf-strength
mixture (two kill . very slug it covers. Or almost
Charles I ln»i I harrowing f< r Mr neci «»ary household work and tnk«« pounds copper sulphate, two pounds any of th.- regulation orchard »prays
is will exterminate this pest.
some time uut-ot-doofS. with the: quicklime, titty gallon* water)
The llnvi-lln p'. kle disli pres-nted i-bildren. and thus renew your youth J strong enough to use In the vegetable
Ono ounc. of California buhach
I tu Ml«s Garrison by Ola, Alford,
When you go to bud at night j garden, except for potatoes.
'dissolved in t! :eu gallons of water is
| Walter and Ruby Smith was gr.silly ¡»weep your mind dear of everything!
Look out for th<- striped beetle. a good, non-p<.iu>nous spray applica-
I apprccialud, and wll' I»« long rerm-m- aud go to sleep
Failures, hopc-s,; They often attack and destroy mel lion for cabbag • worms and lice Th«.*
' <lr«ains ovurything. let all go and ons and cucumbers as fast as the Imported “P«t Jan inaect powder" is
Jim Dixon »<>ld six head of rattle rest up for the day that I« coming
plants appear above the ground
An the same thlr.s, but Is not so fresh
I Io Mr Young, th«« butcher
the California arti
A safe cur« for constipation which application of wo.«l ash«-«, air-slaked and effective
Elmar Newton and Hom«r Bob has relieved chronic canes, Is the 11 tn«- or gypsum. tainted with kero- cle
I .«rtn were at Jim Dixon» Tuesday.
Cabbag«- and other plaut» can be
free uso of cold water; drinking a ■ene or turp>-ntiu<- or carbolic a<-ld,
Jim Dixon I» planting potatoes.
glassful after . urli meal aud one b<>- will help to drive them away. It you protected from cutworms by erecting
Ml«s Garrison will i pend a we. k tweeb uu-aln
Thl« simple practise have only a few plants you ran easily .1 two-incb-hlgb paper fence around
I with Mis Gene ( hlldeis before <-av has r»-nd« trod the u«<. of drugs un protect each hill by erecting a mos each stem
Lap the paper ends and
Ting for Monmouth Normal
uMaaeary to persons who bad d<-- quito netting guard over It until the push the * fence" an inch into the
V One of Jim Dixon * .blr. ®.irr« got peiided on them
plants begin to run.
( soil to hold It in pla<«. The paper
I badly cut on wire Inst week.
Don't think it is a waste of time
There arc thr«-e common methods should not come nearer to the stem
town ’ th hi-* week to real a little while, uow and then of growing strawberries In bills, in -than about one and on.-half lncbee
I frpm our community w.-rt-
Mr. and l.i« fist on the bed, or even on the narrow matted rows, or in wide,
Mr■ Bob Short. Mr and Mr»- Henry floor, stretch out al full length, let matted rows
We prefer the second ( S«>> O. Sh; r' auction ad on pag.- 6.
I liw. . Mr and Mrs II 1. Boggs, Mr
go of everytbiog and shut the eyes method. Arrange the first strong run-«
1 agd Mr* E W Smith. Mr, Brooks, and rest
Most of us k«««p keyed up n«rs by hand, spacing them properly,
RANCH FOR HALE. ..
j Wesley llr.a.k ■ Nel»«.
Ni l».- N Ison, Mor- too tight. It wears us out mor» (ban and »«curing <-ach on«« in place with '
*40 acr-». 200 acrus g.xtd timber
I gan Smith, Itoy Smith, lloinui Smith.
a little soil or a »mail stone. Then/
the work we do.
land, 100 ac ng under cultivation,
| N’vl.on Smith. J D Hooper. Austin I
When peas or string heaps liave wheu each row Is full, cut off all ad
plonp. :. William Honp.-r. J. W Dar- lost their freshness, the half of a very ditional runners that may grow Keep 100 acre« »amp; two 5-room dwel
ling housoi; three good wells; , %
I roch. J W Willard. Archie Colston.
small onion cooked with them seem« th«« ground I:.——1 and cultivated until mile borders on lake. Inquire of
■ Mr» L Ptuiili .Mr* Colston Mr. and I to bring out tbo flavor and make late fall
The flnlshed row should
W. A. BROWN.
¿Air» Kldlu IJonnls. Mr und Mrs them mor« savory
savory. Hom« cream not I m - wider than flft<-««n or dght<w»n
I Hom. r kob- . t*. Mr. and Mi « Beryl added to the other seasoning after
sSb-rt, < hurl.
t lurl, Mi un<! Mrs. the water la poured off .ilso improves
Iw P Mlhw. M M Maxleti
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
.-*«•«• <> Short'« miction ml on pagi* 6
I siii I* Dixon ipont Hunda« it Icon-
Notice Is hereby given that the
Do y ou watch for the loada of bay
I undersigned has disposed of his In
ae they cutuu into the baru and hav<*
The Ice given to the school
terests in the Klamath Falls Cream
FOR WOMEN FOLK.
Iw Dxrroch for the •••• < r«nm (or Hi« I a nice pitcher of water ready for the
cry to C. Ashley. All accounts will
in«n when the wagon is empty? Th«-
ipimli' dinner wan greatly xpprrctat
IX«-» It seem to you that he isn't be collected and debts paid by Ash-
men folk appreciate that more than
I <«d n<wauso of Hi« Indent ct;. of the
And say, men folks, let quite so kind and attentive to you ley and Holcomb, his succ essora.
pwcath.-i 'Io dinn.-t » « . nJ.
.1 in ¡the women know that you think them as he u»«d to be? Maybe that is so;
C. F. GOODRICH.
.the hi bool lion... in p;.u. >t «n the , kind
Just a word will brlght.-n a but don't get sad und scold! Keep
treei . .i w i . at fl: «t ti.tetid-d
your fac«« bright and cheery, look the KLAMATH WATER
very best yuu can, even about your
He«, o Short'« auction ad on png« «
See o Short'« auction ad <>n page 4 work. Mak<< up for his lack of kind Annual Meeting of Stockholder».
ness by being more so yourself. Win
rhe stockholders of the Klamath
your loved on« back again
Out of 3.500 boya recently exam
Killing wi-»d« by spraying
Water Users Association are hereby
To do It; you will do it, too.
lined in th«- schools of Kansas, only make the spraying solution, empty a
notified that the annual meeting of
To make a berry pie that will not
I <lx cigarette smokers war«« found tn hundred-pound sack of sulphate of
the Association will be held In the
run over, IIn<- the tin with crust, then
I in- what would generally bo railed
Opera House, Klamath
Iron Into a fifty-gallon barrel; till to
I ’bright." Ten of the remainder were' the chin.- with water and Mir with a put In two tabl.-spocnfuls of sugar Falls, Oregon, on Friday, June the
and mix with two tabh-spoonfuls of
I average students, while all the rest
I of the 3.500 we-.« found to be l»<*»r I hoc for a few minutes until dtw- flour Fill with fruit; sweeten, sprin *tb, ISO#, at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. m. for the election of Directors
Htraln through several thick
kle over this a few cracker crumbs.
l.u tbelr siudi««. or worthier«
and the transaction of such other
nesses of che<-soc.lotb tacked over
Make plenty of slashes in the crust,
manhole of th«« spraying machine
business that inay come before the
wet th«« edge of the lower crust, then
He«- <» Short's auction ad on page 6 Apply with a powerful spraying ma- j
put on top crust and pinch upper
'chine,, producing a real mlet, free'
C. P. CHASTAIN. Sec'y.
crust well on to the lower one
Did you over
Hue O. Short a auction ad on page 6.
putton with a ungl«- thread* Few | to the acre, and spray on a bright,
S.«.- O Short’« auction ad on page
folks do they think they must have WBrm «lay. or on a dark, damp day;
But tailors never do that ' *’
no* mntt«»r no long as rain
way. bwause they know how apt the does not come within eighteen to
t«uin|>ti<Hi on tli«- Farm.
This spray will not
thread Is to draw through uneven
land get tangled up Just try It wfth|hlirm <r*ln crops, and will kill wild
'The rose uiay bloom for England.
single thread and soe if you »111 nui*,*r'* an<l various other ww-d*
P utijm Water, Runs
* want to go back to the old way.’
Ireland may honor the shamrock.
Chops Fo-sl, Etc.
-------------- | S.«. O Short's auction ad on pag. «
Scotland h< r thistle bold;
Put your <1rl<-<! sweet corn through
State yonr needs,
coffee mill before c<«>klng
fnr catalog M«o*i>w paper
160 acres timber EH of N.W.14,
Shall !><>a: a »talk of tasseled corn,
rill make It much more tender
FAIRBANKS, M0R8E * CO.
W to of N.E34, Sec. 21. T 87, S.
Of all the wealth the best.”
IKNIHNK »AtRBAXKS MUI.KM. WINDMILLS
R II. B W’. M. Add«-»«« K, JM7
Set« O. Short's auction ad on pag<- « Third Avenue, Spokane. Washington.
S««- O. Short's auction ad on page 6.
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WHAT WILL YOU NEED FOR FUTURE LIFE? Commercial, >8
Shorthand and English are taught here In such a manner that
our students win success.
Modern furnishings, thorough course of training, practF
cal Instructors, individual Instruction, and healthful location.
give our students a decided advantage.
OUR GRADUATES HUCCRHH Ifl OUR 3UCCE8H
tlonal Information may be had for the asklng.
p RITNER, A. M-,
The Talk of
the Town is
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r.
73 rooms and suites.
Sample Rooms, Bar Room, Parlors, Two Club
Rooms, Etc., Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
The biggest stock of Boys' Suits from Ö to id yestrs in town.
Cabinet Work, Sash and Doors,
All Kinds of Mouldings,
Band sawing and Turning,
' * ** *
i . r * n r> >4 ’
T” r - • t '
All kinds of Finishing Lum
Large assortment of Doors
and Windows made ap land
ready for immediate de
Can furnish, an order on the
ground* for any sized build-
ing within, twenty-four
Large stock oí Flooring in
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P -a rtamvfl» u th
THE M OFF SALK WILL LAST ONLY FOR A FEW HAYS MORE.
WK KEEP YOUR SUIT PRESSED FREE OF CHARGE.
The Boston Store
a Off Sale
When we talk Clothing, we an- there with the goods,
racks arc packed with the best prmhicts of wholeoale tailors.
Besides, we are in a position to give better satisfaction than
other house— we have our own tailor shop and every suit leaves
store only in perfect condition, no matter how severe the alteration.«
It don’t cost us any more.