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Klimntli Fiillh .
the Beat Results ,
Yi:au. No. Ml.
KLAMATH FALLS, OltKGON. FIUUAY, JULY 24. 1908.
Price, 5 Cents.
SETTLERS COMING N!M Leaving
u - Steamer Klamath
For Wild Man
SIMILAR TO KLAMATH
Home Building Continues Not
withstanding Quiet Times
IX OF PEOPLE AND MONEY
Many I ltoa '' "ollurs limistvd in hltimulli ll.isin Martin ur ,
Siiiic Sprlnq-'MioNWinliol Mouses ISciikj limit tintl
Ktiw I urnls Preporod I or Crops
tulrl and "
ll ill l
. i tuiiH of lln loiintry
.ii tlnil lime nri
iHinia te not iiiutlm:
!i haaln I limn In not
klll!ll' "' "U"" "'" ""'
r. tears ntfii, inn mere
of tlio roilil).n Ulead)-
,. iilnilon mill mi lullm
la of o'ttN-t Many
ur miiklur: liiipriiw-
. i liu 1-11 Unit they haw
miing ui iibttiinllnl
. I liNirlliK Id" raw
,1111c capital lo carry
pmriit, nml In tli" pax
ti.nm ilioiiiaiiila of l'il-
It, la ai
ii the 1'"
ca tfcti d
t'alttd BH' have Iim-ii pent In
tUnii"n n I'U'lnB lamia mnl Im
ftoilnn ihr aii' Tho liicincy linen
ict ' l'1'- iirculntlon In InrK"
uci, ilic i- ! mention of wlileli
itKItrt tin' average man, but It tin
Un tomiiiK in turn aultlrlent to
CUM th transfer of several thou
ni atrtt f laml nml tti IhiIIiIIiik
tf stay tw hornet throughout the
Al an eiainidu of what la being
tut, tli ti llali-Hlie(itieril rompimr
i1od hai trouKlit Into Iho Klamntli
rotttrr worn than 120.000 of out
illt Riotirr ,ii ih Inat sixty da).
JJath of uaa spent fur farm
lull tiT tjir tuinliiK .from all
(ttti of the I lilted fltatet. and con
i!dratil It money loaned by capital
liti to farmer who nro making im
proTnnt ..n iho placei that they
Othtr rnnrerm nro doing limine
m a irale p.rhap na extensive, or
r larger 'liaii tho Hall-Shepherd
looiptay, tut It I done without at
tracting iimrli attention, In order
tor one to note the development that
lUdr.K on In tint stftlon It la only
ni'ieriir to drlw from thin ill) to
Merrill, mnl on nil ulilm mil Im teen
new liwllillni;. urn pulnllul Ikiiiiih.
lint good (iibtinnllnl dwelling, and
own where farm liuida nm being
tlrureil and plowed (or Hie nit rroi
UN. I. Ill I . I . II. II Ml, WAV.
Ill pllll l 1 (.lt Ul-tl'llt I'lllllll' l til
'I U Hill I'lOji. II),
Although the hllleets of Hie fy
Iiiivii hii-ii keeping a lookout for the
Inl'ixlritttiil mini who ff i Hie ntmii).
t Kliiinulh mynierloiialy Tueailay
IlilXhl. they liave hum imnhle to find
'any trnin of him tint) M. remained
!ln Hie ill In- vould lifiwi nttriifleil
.(iit.'iiilon in In' had neither hnt nor
ma1 1l. l.plli'f i,at lm nao dronti-
I In dlaiielicil I,) he luit that Alex
u him l':n vlnti the
l,oat while II m. I.clug iiiilo.ided.
Dimiilh- tln fmi, liiiweviT, IIimI Mr.
Slailln la iiillii iioilllvn that he hiiw
hlm leiivn the teamur Ihery are
ihote who mill liold III" opinion I lint
the man fell into the rler upon
ntvakenliiK fiom liln drunken Nleep
II) ('iiiik Toiiiiiuinent.
A D earning tuiirlinment ulll he
held at Minlford l.y the Medfnrd Hod
NothlnK hua heen heard from the
Roartliluit purty Hint went to Hpen
cor jenterdny to find tho man who
hitH lived In acclualon In that section
for acveral months to the knowledge
of the Hfttlern In Hint vicinity. The
mini hua not heen neen lately, hut
many of the eahlns have heen pil
fered and It la generally auppotod
tfaai It It Ms worl.
Complaint wan made uhout him
to tlherlrt Ohciichaln at thn time ho
utit hi'in. A man uitmed Maard,
ii net Her near Kpencera, wan one of
the inrtlfH who eniiKht him atenllnK
from n ratiln. .Miiiturd told cx-Hher-Iff
Ohenrluiln Hint thn reLlune atated
Hint he had not looked upon a white
man for elicht yeara, that ho would
never lime the mountalna alive, hut
refuted to tell why lie wan there.
He uenra ImiK Mack hair mid heard
and In many ronpertn hns the up-
Lands Produce Abundantly Under
KLAMATH MUCH LIKE COLORADO
and l.un lit), in muuettlun with the Jpenniiuo of u wild man
Cler uliice tlm llould Invaded the
W'.it Willi their railroad irhemea It
us Iii-iii reported thru they ti.iit pur
rhaaed tin- N r t) . a narrow euas
r urn all x-etloni of tlm I road extending from llrno Into north-
en California, mid tin. line ov.-r
vhlch pmcllrnlly all of Lake roiintr
liufflc I'tnn The mad hna been
i-iimI hi Moinn itroa . of New Voik.
hut on aetornl o.-r.-nlnn It hai been
reported that the road had paMed
Into tin- hamU of the rioulda livery
time tlila reHirl una rlrrtilated I ho
lloian llroa liim-il a atateinent do
nltir. It Onre mure it It roported
Hal the road hat virtually brvu nt-norhi-d
by the UYilcrn Pacific. Tlio
tale a made rnndltlonally. and na
noon R the line la extended til Altiir
at the properly Ii to he tnken out
b the llould A forte of men nr
now tit work on Hie extension, and
It It the intention of the Moran
lirot to have ll completed early thlt
nhoot to l. held on AiikmbI 13-1 I.
I'rltea will be nlfered to thoxe mak
ing Hie heat rrulu In the v.irlnut
cluwra. and n xieat deal of Interest
attache to the contott
nplnlou of MuKiird that
Spaniard or nn llallnn.
It wun the
ho U n
Fruits Are Protected From Frosts by Smudges Durinq
Early Spring Farmers Realize Big Money Trom
The Production of Potatoes
Summer Muiic School.
i:i-ry forenoon from 'J to 11:30
the following classes will meet In
tho hall near the bridge: Sight tlni
Im;, voice culture, harmony and ap
plied music. At G : 1 G in tho otter-.
nnon u apeclal combination claaa of
slKht alnitlnr; and voice culture. Full
course only $3, evening clast $1,
Kvery evening at 7:30 tho rehear
sal for tho comic opera, "Plnaforo."
These rehearsals aro free. Puplli
Mrs. II, W. Piti-li nrrlved In tho should begin at once a tho first
in It Is u-rlty last nliilit from Khyollte, Nov., .work Is voiy c-saontlal. Tho opera
mooted question na to who mal:ei to Join her husband, who la employ- will bo given on tho lake, August 11
tho host cat) ed In lh Republican office. and 12.
j w 01 4 Kr 3" BJfl w
Tim Mclnllro compau) has inoe.l
Ita nmre to the wharf at the rear of
the Klamath Lake Navigation Co
Till ha been done In order lo he
cliue to the ilntk where the frelr.l.t
They mo swell nml down to date
they have the quality and are iiteful
-notue new Ihlui: at Mrllnttan'
Our Tape Line
is ready for you
Huve Your Clothes
Made to Order
the modern wuy
Over 1000 bright, now
snappy samples to select
from. Our motto: "If
tho clothes don't flt don't
Making Money in Klamath County
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Popular Work with Ranchers at this Season of the Year
M.il.Vr.ilMNO "S IICI'LTATIOX
,biindine of finme .Make Country j Urrfe Audience Greets the Pasmorcs
GREAT PALL LINE
JN ALL THE NEW
EST SHAPES AND
KLAMATH FALLS FASHION SHOP
lluntltiK pnrtle returnliiK to thla
city from the mountains bear out the
ttiiientPiitktlinl Klamntli Is a tports
mnu'a paradise. Several deer liavo
been brought Into Klamath Knlla this
week mid moil of them were killed
within ii ila' ,lr,u "f ,ul '"' rll('
i. ........ .k.l ...i llin
ii-,ion tor iimie um !" ..-
j I Mil or the montli nml hIikh then
oevernl line iinllcm have heen cap
tured bv nlinrods. and many tables
'lime been suiMiIled with venison
The season for name birds doe
,i open for ii few weeks, but the
Indications nt this time nro imu wi
.hooting will be better than It ha
l. en for wars
t limine ill (iuwiiiliiK Altlile.
lirund l.odgo A.O.U.W.. of Oit'gon
imw In felon lu Pnrllnnd. mnde nn
Inipoilnul i liaiiBi' I" K'neriihiB rH
,I,m of Um nrgiiiilsoiloii this week,
when II voted lo amend ihe constl
union The most Impminnl ihiingu
nt Iloutton' Opera House.
The second concert, Thursday ev
ening, given by tho Pasmores on ac
count of tho popular demand tor n
reappearance, was as successful as
the first one, with the added attrac
tion of Mm. Don J. Zumwalt. Tho
u-rfc(Uaiuftf tho first concert was
repeated and tho Pasmores won u
warm plnco In the hearts of the peo
ple of this city. Tho performance
of Mis Mnry on tho violin was mar
velous, na was also that of Miss
Doiothy on the cello. So reluctant
wns Iho nudlenco to withdraw after
the completion of tho last number
that tho ouug Indie wero rompelP
ed to respond for u third time to en
eoies, n lenmrltublo testimony of Hie
upprerlntlon of llielr nhlllty. execu
tion and talent. ,
Ah for Mrs. Zumwalt, alio was per
fection personified. With a person
iillty more eiianniui: than ever be
fore and u perfect volco alio nipt it red
her muiltfiice. from the first note. The
large nudlenco that greeted tho Paa
moiex was a much a testimonial to
(With Cello Obllgato)
. Violin Solo, Air for tho O string,
(With String Accompaniment)
. Trio, Selected.
Feasting on Crickets.
Parties coming In from the Klam
ath reservation state that the In
dians have, during tho past week,
been enjoying cricket feasts. Swarms
of latgo brown Insects have been
crossing the reservation, and In
many sections tho entire Indian pop
ulation tins been out catching them.
They aro considered a rare delicacy
by them and nro cooked In various
ways. Largo roasts aro neiu to ae-
vour the Insects.
will mean the abolishment of t,i0 t Mi i. Zuinwnll as tu iheiu, for ll was
biiiiul of tin e trustee and Ihe el-nl ie. endorsement thoy were bo
.. t .. nli.ii-tiiin i-.lll-
edlnu HI ll lioniii " "
timing of live meinlieu. The dlico-
in imvrt i-liai-ee in ui" numin
Mrallon of Ihe nffulm "Mho fliand ,
i Lodge. Will liaiiuie " "
'.nalil. ihe imestment of Its rose, ves
which now aggregate more than
I f 100.000.
II..,! fl.lhleu has i.in.pleted the
1)U,.lng of on" l' "f urlclt- . Ul'
I , that tho brick have not boen
,'oW, but that several parties have
poiteu o him I., regard to purchas
l,B lie will bum another kiln at
enidlally greeted. The
was Indeed well founded.
The program was as followa:
1. Trio hi n Major. Op. S (tlrat
movement) , Uralmm
2. Song. Doris (with v'olln and collo
obllgato) ... Nl'i
;t. Piano-Solo, Muri-mollo, nubei-ktelti
4. Violin Solo, Concerto In II Mst'iir
5, Trio. Hungarian Dances
v. . . . . llrahms-Pasmoro
C. Cello Solo, Barcarolle. . .Pasmoro
1 7. Sonj. "O. toat wo two wore may-
Men III. .Property is reasonable.
Thcro Is no better proof of what
the Klamath country wlll .produce
than to noto what other sections
similarly situated grow. Many sec
tions of Colorado are the tamo In
altitude and climate as tho greater
portion of the Klamath basin.
In this section tho fruit crop was
a failure this year, except in a few
favored spots and Jn a few cases
whero smudges wero used while tho
nights were cold and frosty. Near
Denver, where the altitude If higher
than it Is In this valley, the orchard
tats report about halt a crop. This
Is due entirely to the fact that smud
ges were kept burning for several
days. Tho half crop, owing to tho
shortago of fruit In many other sec
tions, will net tho growers almost
as much as It there had been a full
crop. Klamath fruit growers who
employed smudge will get about a
halt crop, so that the natural con
clusion that one would arrive at is
that with proper cultivation and care
all of the hardier varieties of fruit
can be successfully grown.
Another interesting feature about
the Colorado country ia the money
that is made from potato growing
In that section. The Denver Times
makes the following comment on
"Charles C. Crane, Fort Collins
district, with eighty acres of potato
land averaged 200 sacks, 125 pounds
to the sack from the lot, $12,800.
Just rambled through the fields with
a potato digger and piled up the
money. What's the use of wasting
your time with business that In
volves taking chances when you can
lift real money out of the ground
"George Cole of Center did some
stunts with spuds, too, but be didn't
have tho averago that Crane bad.
Ho dug 1122 sacks from four acres,
averaging $274.72 to the acre. He
will have a lot more in next year."
Klamath Falls people who former
ly resided In Colorado say that the
conditions In this country are much
better for tho production of pototooa
than they aro In Colorado and tho
potatoes grown here are of a super
fT wt"u"'" I k
f l ""j in the
lite Mountain Freezer I
am, better cream, and makes it easier
han any other freezer on the market
T US SHOW YOU WHY J
1RTS 6 HANKS
roWARE DIALERS "