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KLAM.VI II <'OI N I Y.
KLAMATH FALLS. KLAMATH COUNTY. OREGON, AUGUST 12, 1909
MILLION < 1RS Ol
Niilurul IxM'Mtioii for Car Shops unti
icriiilmils--- < oui pun y Hus Great
Failli hi Future of Si-<tl<>n.
lini mb fur Bargain W«*«*k! Tin*
woik of getting up th«* catalogue I»
nlmoht at nn < nd, und n splendid
at* p has been taken towuid a sub-
stnntlal growth In the volume of
limdli«»» I hul will lie dolit* III olir city
In the futur«'
When the sugip-Mtlon
was first illudo timt a "bargain we«k”
l>« livid In thin city fur the purpose
of showing the rcildentn of th« sur
rounding country tbut they could buy
to better nd van I ug*' In Ktaiiuilh Falls
than i*l«i'»h«*r«-, li win» r«<*lv*-d by
Mimic with considerable doubt. This
was dun to the fact that tlie move
ment' was iiilxiindi'i stood
prxMslon a««-m<-d to prevail that It
meant a wholesale reduction of all
arttch-s In the store. This win u iiiis-
tak«*, and ns soon uh tliln fact was
fully undvratood there was little dlf-
ficuity In convincing the merchuiit
that he ought to be In th« band
The catalogue will b«* u thirty two
page 1 km k. ami will <<>ntalu th«* prl«« •
Hats of tin* lending merchants of the
«ity. Two thousand of tin««* books
will In* printed and mailed Just us
iwMtn us they an* off the pn-sa,and will
be went from a live mailing list to
prsctlcn'1} every family' III Klnimtl
aui I l.uk«' counties. The mailing will
t«> done In Hi« Klanmth Ad. coinpi,n>
i'ract 1« nliy ev«*ry page In the b«*«ik
has b«-« n contracted for. Icsa than six
retiiainliiK. » • <1 It-ev have been t**n-
tatlvch a*«'»- u*d. «me of the stronif
«tfoitM to > * ma«l<« In connection *»«••«
this mo»«* Is to secure for the proa
p«>< live traders a list of stguional 1«
amt ncceaaary artlcl«»M nt reduce««
prices fur that one week such ar
tides as will, taken In the nggn-g.it«-,
prove well worth their w'llh- to «-..in**
miles during that paitlcnlar w«-«-k io
secure. Tb<* merchants of Klan,atti
Falls have grn>ped th«* propoaltl'it
heartily and promptly, and m«-i<-
than that, they have entored Int«» th»
true spirit of the proposition by »x
amlnlng their atocka ami catcfull»
n«-le<*(ed nrtl«'l«*a calculated to b • «I«—
airable to out l> itig dint ricin whoi-c
trade In wanted here. Then« «>ff<«diig»
dlnhca and doughnuts io building run-
tcrlni and furnltur«- ami np«clal
bargains (hat can only be told In th«*
tbirty-two pngca. full to the brim, of
the catalogue. It will lie wall worth
waiting for the Bargain Week to do
fall trading, and it In <-xp«*d«d that
many ram hern will make special note
of the first week In October to luy In
Ihoir winter supplies In Klamath
Th«* endorsement of the Chamber
of Commerce linn elieoUI aged the
iiK'iihnntn to make the matter more
than n mere scheme for their Individ-
ual ends, and <*ach will endeavor to
mvd th«-lr new customers on a bnnls
which will Inaur«* a future acquain
tance an<1 frl'-tidahlp, sparing no ef
fort to make strangers to «»nr city
feel thnl they are In the hnndn «if
limn who appre<lntc their pntronng«-
nnd who have Issue«! their trade Invi
tation tn a ahti|»e to give the trader
n benefit an well an thetnselv«»n.
Klamath Falls In the natural trad
ing center of u large territory,* un«l
to reach nil of that territory by Indi
vidual effort would be a timk no one
firm could hope t<> d«i succ .«full*.
By a concerted ami co-opnrnt|ve ef
fort th«' remit enn not fnll to attract
attention, and those who have care
fully estimated the trade men have
Falla will undoubtedly
bring several thousand dollars worth
of trad«' Into th«’ city «luring that one
w«'«'k, nnd in th«* year following will
add many thousands through the per-
manent trnde thht will lie established
as a result of it.
Miss Mildred L. Clemeni of Med
ford. Or«-., I ‘ I nthc city, the guest of
her « hum, Ml s ('inter. She will re
main hero for about n month, and
expects to spend most of that time in
th«» noifliern part of the county with
Mi. and Mr.«. Carter and fuinily. Miss
Clemens is known to the newHpnpoi'
fraternity throughout the State. Shi
is not out of her toens yet, but has
established n reputation as being a
writer of ability. She has had clun g •
of the circulation department of the
Oregon Journal, In which posit'«, i
she d 'lnonstrated that slit* possess*!
executive qualities that will win for
her a high station in tin* ranks of
II. S. MeKell, the halter, returned
Tuesdny from Odessa, where he has
been visiting for the pnst week.
I reeling and courteous treatment that
1 this section has extended to us, and
It Is our «lenire to do everything in
lour power to warrant a continuation
Mr. Burry was equally optimistic,
and was warm In his praise of Klaui-
j uth. He said:
’ Klamath Falls Is one of the best
j advertised towns on the coast, and
■ w<< have dally Inquiries regarding
this section, Tt.la is my first visit
here, but I am very much impressed
wit h it, and It Is my Intention to re-
turn and visit Crater lake and l<x»k
over the country. Th« tonnage and
passenger tiaffic on this line is far
great) r than we ever thought it could
be. and 1» a revelation to us.”
LEADI \G f’Al’ER OF
HOI THERM OREGON.
Henlilifiil Surroundings Promot*- I lie Will Equal Any .Meeting Ever Held
Development of n Community and
in Any Hectlon of tin- Wrat—
< itv's Future Denim»«!» It.
Prominent .Men Coming.
Within in«* next thirty days woik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Dr. Herbert C. Moffit and wife and
Word ha» been received from the
will la- commencoil transforming th»* ♦
Miss Gertrude Jolllffo arrived here Agricultural College at Corvallis that
Il Is entlmat«'«l that from oik * «
promut strict <ar syatein Into an ♦
Monday in their touring car from the experiment station staff of that
Tills I m the welcome ♦ section of the country alone ♦
San Franidsco. They are on their <nstitution will give this section a
mi-exage 'lint has been given out by ♦ that on«- niilliiai <ars of luinlmr ♦
way to Crater lake, from which pr.'ct i"ii'-s ot farmers' meetings <-arly In
E It. He lue». piihli-nt i,f the Klum ♦ ot lunilx-r will liavr to I m - tom«l ♦
they will return borne by way of M«d- .Hept* mber. The meeting to be he!d
atti Fall« Lund and Transportation ♦ a<ioss tin- I pp«*r lake for nlii|e ♦
ford. Dr. Moffit is recognized as the In Klamath Falls will be on date ->f
♦ in<-nl on tfi<- railroad, l'o ligure «
leading authority on internal dl'-ease** Stjucmber Sth.
"For I,'« ia*t »«verul weeks we have ♦ on lli<- wliolt- output of lumber ♦
on the Pacific coast. He Is professo.-
At this meeting will be heard Pres
li --I- laid ut woik on tin* plans and ♦ would la- almost an iin|H>Hsil>il- ♦
of medicine In the University of fa'- ident Kerr, Director Withycombe and
Ifornla and is a man of recogr.iz-'l Prof«»ssors Lewis and Scudder. With
up«* Ifl« ni on» ne«« .mrv for the carry ♦ lly; it is too vast. This Is a very ♦
ability in his profession.
He dis out qu<»3tion these men are among
ing on in th« wink of changing our ♦ Ili11 m >tlali( fu< tor in (lie di »<-lop- «
cussed the question of the disposal of the foremost in their various lint's of
pn-.«-iit hue to nn electric aystem," ♦ IIM-llt of Klamath Falls, for it «
sewage from this city, and was sur- work to be found anywhere in the
.aid Mr H iitm •» today. "Our com ♦ im-ans that tin* I pper lake «
puny Im ; mad«* «•• riuln promis«** to ♦ short's will la* «lotted vs ill» im- ♦
prised when he learned that it was West.
PI III I« W IMs TO KNOW
President Kerr, lately from
contemplated to dump the raw aew- Utah, ranks a.« an educator far above
th«* p*’<ip'«> of this city, and we nr«* ♦ inciiM- sa.» mill plants, th«- |my- ♦
going to «. rry them out. We now ♦ rolls of wtifi li Klamath Falls ♦ Too Mo-li Timi- lias Alr>-a«ly B«-cu age into the lake.
the ordinary. His work in Utah for
l3>st—lutei fer«-» Hilft I larga in
"The city will make a grave mis the cause of agriculture was magnifi
have bld 1 for th«* rebuilding of th« ♦ Wil get the full la‘li«-tlt. J li ♦
take,” said the doctor, "and if slich cent. He was the main influence
Ilin-, anti within thirty «lays a force ♦ liver. Superintendent Shasta ♦
a plan is carried out it will be re which brought the agricultural col
of m* n will be busy wltli th« work ♦ Division Southern Pa< Ific rail ♦
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ gretted later. Throughout the world lege of that State to rank with east
Mr. Brow »ti will be here the first of ♦ road.
♦ this question is receiving the carefu. ern technical institutions. He will
tin- week, , when the finishing touches «
will be ■ e piled to our plans, and We ♦
♦ « ♦ EN T. • Klamath County Fair ♦ att«»nt|on of scientists. All agree do as well for Oregon and the Klam
that the septic tank method is the ath.
♦ Association. Information as to ♦ proper one. The additional cost is
definite * •itinouiic«-mt*nt us to when
Director Withycombe is already
J H. Dyer. ■up«*rlntend«*»it of the ♦ its wb< real.«nits will b<* thank ♦ small and the results are permanent.
the servi* ■ will I»«- Inaugt.ruted ”
known here. His inter«tst In thia dia-
♦ We build nowadays for future gen trict dates back to the time when it
In thin tasiiu of the paper appears Shasta division of th« Kouth«-rn Pa ♦ fully r ■<■. Ived by
♦ erations, and the community that for was an isolated and unknown quan
an advert .‘•mciit unking for blds for
« gets jiosterity pajs the penalty for its tity in the State's assets. He is the
selfishness. Throughout Europe the man who lately told the farmer to
to b« u»«-d tor th * stringing of wir«'«. Barry of th«* general offi*«-a tn Ban
For tl., past month the people of
larg*- and small cities had to come to look for an ultimate land value of
Relativo to the • source from which Franclwco, were In tin- city Friday
Mr. Dyer 1« the city ’lave been walling for th«* the septic method of sewage disposal |150 per acre in the Klamath dis
their power, Mi on a tour of ln»p«-«lfon
they i-xp et lo get
the b«-»t booster Klamath county tian fair UHioclatlon to do Homething after their population had been dev trict.
R« am es -aid.
about holding a fair this fall. As it
astated with disease. America is
"We have a x «-• clow-'l m> <‘intruct Ami Ms boosting 1» not without rea-
Professor I^ewis is the State's fore
now stand', but a few weeks remain
coming to that point today, and it is most horticulturist, and can do this
which we pro- •on. for he t aries up his statements
for Ine vowel with
In which anything can be done, and only a matter of a short time when
pose t<> <-p«*i ate I th«* cani. We ar«* w Ith facts and ligures that astound
locality untold good. Prof«?»3or Scud
unless a tart Is made at once the
any other method of sewage disposal der as an agriculturist already knows
figuring v .th tiie Gal«'« company, and
Prior to his departure he county w'll be presented with the will not be tolerated by the common this district and has carried on co
If a definite and satisfactory arrang«- the city-
a representative of the samefiizzlc handed out la»« year. That wealths.
operative work here among the farm
nn nt run be reached with that coin
Is «in«- thing that the business men
"In this city there is too much at ers. He knows forage crops and till
iMiiy w«- v.Ill get the power from It.” Ib-iald and talk«-«! quite frewly alxiut
of the <lty are not going to stand
stake to adopt any other method, age.
When usk«.I If bin company would wlint bls lotnpuny Lan done and In do
for. The ni<-vement to hold a Bar
Three things go hand in hand to at-
put In a plant of Ita
Peculiarly enough, in only the past
gain w«-el. has progressed far enough
good few years the whole idea of the value
factory terni» «•<iul<l »ml be »«•cured the future of the country. In t.ie
schools, good water and healthful of a State Agricultural College and
from existing companies he replied courst* of his ri-uiarka he said:
be a far'
The business men want surroundings, A class of residents
Station has greatly changed. It was
to hold it «luring fair week. A great can be brought in without these
once considered that these institu
was reacted.” Ills tramé of mind ty are the best advertised of any
d«-al of work has to be done before n<*cessitles , but they hardly make
w nn a«» •»pparently happy, however, M'ctlou of the <*iu»t The people here
tions were a sort of pensioned lux
hand; catalogues issued and mailed d«-slrable citUens. The future of this
that he i.iiint have felt quit«* certain mil hardly i«*allzc what th«* future
ury where young men and women
nnd th« |>e«>ple of the Interior ad- town is such that you cannot afford
were trained away from ® • farm by
that the h*-« <*snlty for n plant of their Ims in store for lh"in
viaed fully about what this city has to jwpardize it by unsanitary con
company 1» figuring with a good deal
• •w n wi uldn’t <>xM.
book it .ehods which could not be as
to offer, la order to do this a defi ditions. Klamatn Falls will be a
Tl'.i-ie will be u«> regret on th«* part of faith on Im* future of this •<•<•-
similated or be made of practical use.
greater center of tourist travel. Des The book method ideas have been
«il «h - « it? to gee the present horse tlon. as will be seen by const ruction
tl«* fair association Is not going to tiny sa« s so. and with such prospects
< al I ii I
tin• m i ¡'p Io n.1 There and equipment that has been com-
largely eliminated through the ad
For instance, take tak" hold of the .fair it should come I should advise every pr«?cautfon that vance of the farmer as a class,
l’a« b en no dinposltton on the part pleted thus fai
out and say so. in order that others will promote the healthful surround
of the uqbltc to urg<* the Imiuivltat«* tl e station bi ndings. which have
though the greater factor in making
may lake It up and carry it for ings of the community.”
the agricultural colleges valua *1e
chang«’, toi It la r<cogntz**«! that the i>«'*'ii conatr icted «> tit Ills line In small
If it is going to manage it. it
lie« in the fact that the instructors
Invest tu «mt in not ii paving one a! towns, and they «-quul the name cla»»
should announce the date on which
HIGH SCHOOL OPENS SEIT. «
in these institutions have come to
this time, Th«* ctimpuny has had of buildings In towns of 5,<to0 imp
I. will be held.
the farm. They have made them
many dtffi<iil’l«s to ov«*rcom«* and utation in California as to size and
I’rof«-ss«»r John T. But« Iler Ready to
selves ot value because they have left
niuny unforeseen obatncle- to nor construction. ’In«* railroad certainly
Give Students Benefit of His Vai*
F IVORS INSTAI.I.A I ION
the theory of books and have taken
mount, <■>' It would have made th«* deems It is warranted In this belief
OF SEI’TIC SYSTEM
chaiige I m for*« thin. Now, however, of your futur« . or such construction
up farm problems in the field. A
they t.re going to make the system and equipment would not be In- K I*. Kelly Suggests Tlmt Sanitary
The Klamath County High School farmers’ institute now means, some-
one of tl *- best In th«* ntat<*
. ojiens Monday, September 6. 1909. thing to the farmer.
.M c II kh I» lb* Followed.
The «*! •< !i ifientIon of the line In
President Kerr will deliver a lec-
"Klamath Falta, speaking from an
There is every indication of the larg
th«* beginning of what will l«e a pro opei-ntlug standimlnt. is th«» nat ural
R. P. Ki-llyT one of the leading at est enrollment In the history of the ture here on educational
gram <>f <l«'vclopment along othei locution for a division terminal on torneys of Eureka. Kas., is paying a school.
Principal John T. Butcher
Mr. R«um«*s would not deny th«* Natron branch, which, when com visit to J. B. Mason. This Is not Mr. will be in his office in the High will reach the people.
or affirm *1*’ statement that bln com pleted. will not l>e a branch, but will Kelly's first visit to this section, but School building Thursdays and Fri combe will discuss the subject
pany pr«i;-oscd to ugain turn Its nt- be the main lln**. We figure tiiat this hi* Is more than ever enthusiasitlc In days of this week from 9 a. m. to "Building Up the Dairy Herd." There
tention t » th«* dovelop|nent of the route, on »inglne ex|iense alone, will regard to the future of the city, In I p. tn.. where he will be glad to con is not a Kiamath farmer who can af
Buona Aiata addition. Since the mean a saving of between 65 and 75 speaking of the sewerage system fer with students concerning their ford to miss hearing what will be
said by this authority on the subject
putii«* th» re has b«*«»n no effort to per cent, us one engln«- will do the about to be Installed In this city he work for the coming year.
PU/«I» Itili, property. Now that t he woik of five on the route now «»per said:
Many inquiries are being received of animal husbandry.
Professor Lewis will handle the
era ot prcspeilty Is ulrout to dawn illing «»ver th«* Slaau.vous besides the
“In our little town of Eureka, at the office for board and room. Per
the own« is propose to place their i saving of numerous other expenses which has not over 3.000 population. sons who could board and room stu subject of horticulture. Information
holding,' hi mieli shape ns to mal e I
and doubtless never will exc«-«*«! that dents would confer a favor by writ on orchards and gardens is needed
connection with operation.
them »<*ry .¡.(tractive to th«- public.
"As to the location of car shops very much, we have a septic tank in ing or calling on Mr. Butcher aud here. Every one feels subconsciously
this division terminal, of course operation aud it lias given perfect stating terms. Also those who have that the Klamath apple will arrive In
tnat is a matter that will lu* left to; satisfaction. In fact, it is located not work whereby students could earn due time, and such information as
IIOI-A "»Us SI rm TAXES
I my ruporlors.
Speaking, though. mor«* than 150 yards from the house ’ part of their board should report to Professor Lewis will bring will help
Iti Junet lori, if Grilliteli, Would Tic | from a peisonnl stnndptilnl, it is my of a bank president, causing n<» nui ■ Mr. Butcher, as several students have the people here to start aright.
1 p the Entire System— Council
Professor Scudder will handle the
; opinion that this is the proper place sance whatever. We have a river , inquired for such privileges.
wli.oild Move < niitioiisly.
for them, ns wo have right at hand right at hand to use for this purpose
The teachers' training and review subject of forage plants and tillage.
her«* the necessary
li«'«'« --¡iry water power to ■ if we saw fit. whose current is much courses will doubtless prove very Improved tillage methods are needed
H P. Hoey, construction engineer operate an larg«* shops as might be | swift« r than that of the Klamath, but popular. Several teachers have In here above all else—something to re
for th« California Northeastern, was deemed proper to install.
after considering ail phases of the quired concerning them. The train- tain the soil fertility and conserve
a«kt««l for an opinion off the prac-
"The traffic on this line thus fa r qm-stlon it was decided to Install tl is ! Ing work will be given as it would be the yields. Better bred grains are
tlcaliilit»' of the cltj lining la»ko has b, en nn .amazement to the rull i modern method
metho«! «if sewerage, with
with 1 ' in a regular normal school. The re wanted, and a greater variety of
Euwar.a a.» a dumping piace for th«' road <>t!l< iais. Where does ìi nil go first-class i results. This town, with view work will cover all branches in them, information which tells how
sewag«* of tin* city. Ho said:
to? 1 Both passenger and freight the splendid futur«* it has before it. ’ .which teachers are expected to take best to improve our farms is what is
"if the current of the Klamath I traffic on this line has b**en very can well afford to adopt this mod examination.
For further informa- wanted.
rlv«*r wa» «witter than It is It might heavy, and away beyond our expee- ern method of sanitation, and It ■ tion. call on or address John T.
All the lectures promised are on
b«> all light lo us«* It us an outlet for tatlon. Tb>' future tonnage on this should In* done.’’
of vital concern to every in
I Butcher. Principal High School.
tin* H. ivnge of tlie city; but ns It is 1 line, w hen coni|il«*te<i, w ill doubtless
habitant of the Klamath.
do not think that me «xpense of a b«* enormous.
farmer must arrange his work so h*
Takt*. for Instance.
Col. Allison has received another
'«optic tank Wiiuld jus’lfy the Inking the timber.
can attend the farmers' meeting?,
It Is estimated that eiidles.; chain letter, in answer to one
the chnn«e of polluting th«* river am! from one section of the country he s’tit out March 29th, showing a
The coming of these men to dlscu.-a
hike l.y dumping the sewage therein. ulone one milliou cars of lumber will string of trout which were taught on
G K. Van Riper has returned from | farm topics is just w hat Is needed.
I'lie us" oi septi«- tanks Is tlii* mod have to be towed across the Upper I.Ink liver, the same showing that it Berkeley, where be accompanied bis Do not forget the date of Septembfc?
ern method of disposing of sewage." lake for shipment on the railroad. pass'd through th«* following places son. who will miter tlie university 6th.
"Tin modem method ' ts what the to figure on the whole output of on Its long Journey: Colorado, New this year. He states that his son sub-i
city wants, especially in vl< w of the lumber It Is almost nn imposiblllty; Mexico and Montana, having pass« d mitted his notebooks to the facultv I
fact that the additional cost will not It 1« too vast. This Is a very Import I through twenty-two hands before its of the university and after a careful'
ho of mm li moment. Tin* c«»rtalnty ant factor In th«* development of i 'turn. The Colonel is writing a per- examination of hla papers he was nd-|
Last Saturday the Keno baseball
of tile city I living to come to the Klhmath Fall.«, for It mcahis that mnal letter to each of the persons ! mitted on the showing made. This, team went to Pokegama to play with
uink •> ¡«-m should cause the coun tl <■ Upper lake shores will In* dotted I .signing tils document, which will will release him from two studies the Pokegama team Sunday.
cil to putiHo before It will go to tlu»| with immense, saw mill plants, the doubtless luive the « ffect of bringing that he would otherwise have to take; Keno boys came out winners by a
expense ol pllli'lng th«' outfall direct-! pay rolls of which Klamath Falls
to onr country a number ot sports the first year. "The president re score of 16 to 5. The boys report a
marked," said Mr. Van Riper, “that good time.
will g't the full ben 'fit. In addition men in the near future.
! we must have a very fine school here
Sam Padgett and James Eubanks
to the foregoing, your wonderful
Examinations for teachers' state and to he able to make such a showing. have gone to the mountains after
Uniter lake and th«* other scenic
beauties which you have In this coun county school certificates began \V«*d- It will not be long before it is recog large game. They expert to be gone
try will doubtless make this section nes.iuy, and will continue throughout nized in other sections that Klam a month Mr. Sly Is in the store dur
a nieccli for tourists, from which you the week, under the supervision of ath county has the finest schools In ing Mr. Padgett's absence.
Thomas McCormick has been noti
will derive hnmcn.se benefits. Taken County School Superintendent Swan, ' the State."
The recognition gives Garrett one fied by the reclamation service to va
idtogetber, is it strange that tin* rail assisted by Professors Faught and
Among the Interesting articles to road company should have such faith Alexander. There are nine appli ; point better than a freshman, which cate bls n sldence by September.
cants for certificates, five for county Is more than anyone thought pos
be seen In tin* dead letter exhibit In your future?
O. H. Melss, the cattle man of Mon
"1 want to state, too, that the rnil- certificates and four for State certltl sible, and proves the thoroughness of
nt the A.-Y.-I*. are a man's ear and
¡the Klamath High School training.
tr.gue, was In the city Saturday.
road company appreciates the kindly cates.
a woman’s sculp.