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KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TEH
50 PER CENT. VEG1 STABLE MATTER.
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IIdU'I with everything new, iIIiiIiik
room kltclit-it. clKlit rooms, mrlur;
lino pntrunnito, feeding from lull to
200 dally. Itiqulru nt Hotel DorrU,
Dorrls. California. 8-5tf
Cream of Tartar
KLAMATH FALLS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1908.
MODCIt.V IIIKAK IN KIH'CATIOXluf the Instruction given mill the upon
Alti: IMI'ltAlTICAIILK. 'inlrl- vlth which It In locelved.
Trn! lh'U Is much to lenrn Hint
We nil know that the children of wuh not written In the leiitilrementii
the last two decades In our schools
hnve nut been educated. With nil
our troliilng we have trained nobody.
With nil our InstructtiiK we have In
structed nobody, mis Ithetn Chllde
of earl fiirtnlnK In Oregon The
pests lutiodiieed by roiiiiuerii' hiiv
eome to nest and prey upon the pro
ducts of our fields and urchiud. the
lrgln soil, Ioiik croppetl to u single)
Dorr, quoting Woodrow Wilson, pros-' product which would hear slow train:
Ident of Princeton t'nlverslly. In the flirtation to far mnrkcls, liai hern
October Delineator. At an educntliiu-ehauitid of Its fertility and become
tl confereme held In Kansas City, sting) In Its )leld. rlvlllratlun tin
Nlsxourl. Miss Mnry Fisher, a hlKhumde more exacting demands upon
k.'hool teacher, said: the qunllty of . inducts jrar after
For some yenrs It was my duty to 'year. To eouuteiact thi'su drawbacks
conduct examinations for entrance In-J and conditions the science of URrl
to higher courses of study. . . .1 culture has arisen and, fostered b)
In one examination of nine glrls.rntiK-l the (iororntuent, National and stale,
lug from sixteen to twenty enrs. two has become n sure help in time or
of them high school graduates, nut 'need. "Hack to the soil" Is the slo-
one knew wno iienjnmtn t-ranKiin gon oi tuts science, ami it is mectliit
was. All of them said he had been response, fnr and wide.
President of the United States, and i 4-0-
one said that he hnd "Invented elec-j In his address at the dedication of
trlclty with a kite." (Stephen hall, nt Crookston, Mlnne-
To Illustrate the hopeless confusion sutn, an agricultural Institution, Jus
of mltid of the majority of grammar. J. Mill, chairman of the board of ill
school graduates, this teacher de- rectors of the Great Xorthcn railway,
scribed nn examination of pupils In 'said: "If I had my way I would build
the Manual Training lllgn scnooi ot n couple of warships less es,
Kansas City. A list of words wns
given nnd the pupils were requested
NOTION HUK I'lIltt.lCATION.
Department of the Interior, 11. H.
Land Otllce at l.akovlew, Uregon.
August tl, 1 '.0S.
Notice U hereby given that Ger
trude 1. Ilelletnau, of Klamath Fulls,
Uregon, who, on Mny ::., I'.ios, mnde
Timber and Stonu Application, No.
4IXS, (Serial No. I12S3), for w4soVi
Section 17.T. 3S S It. lu K.. W.M.
has tiled notice of Intention to make
tlnal proof, to establish claim to the
land nbou described, befoie t'ounty
Clerk, Klamath Co., at his otllce, nt I
Klamath Kails, Oregon, ou the 1 2th
day of October, I'.MIS.
Claimant names as wltm-sies: t
Augusta J. I In) den. W. W. Mend-
enhall. Wm. Ilelleman.'ll. K. Ilnyden,
nil of Klamath Fulls, Oregon.
J. N. WATSON,
Rochelle Salt $
Noril'i: l-'tUt I'l'ltl.lCATIO.V.
Depattiuent of the Interior, !', 8.
1. and Ollku at l.nkclei, Oregon,
.ieptetuber tti, IWilS.
Notice Is hereby gheti that Jennie
i:. Il.illlugei, of Klamath Kails, Ore
gon, who, on August IT, I'.his, made
Timber and Stone npille.itlon. No,
ji)3vj. for sw i', n ';. Sec. 31. T. 37
JS.. It. i: . V M . has llled notice of
I intention to make tlnal proof, to es
tablish claim to the land ahoe de-
icrlhed, before County Clerk Klam
ath Co.. nt his olllce, nt Klamath Kails
Oregon, on the L' Mh day of Noeiuber
Claimant nanus as w It iich-:
W. A. Dellell, J. K. Ilutcber. Jesse
.'. Cravens. Wither White, all of
DRUG CO. i
f Use 'I
r UnncauUrrunn . V
f FLOOR FlMSHES I
W lot finishing your 1 J
W Moors soy Hoot "
I any style. 1 (I '"
ahullttn. lXM "Hiv
THERE ARE REASOxJS wjjj
You should ouy your Croccrlc nl Van klpcr Uroi
2nd. Their Groceries nrc alwny frenh
3rd. The price Is within reason
4th. They deliver phone orders promptly
Phone 516 - VAN RIPER BR(S
Get the Hubll Use Chose fi Sanborn Coffees
s."'':, .':: itf
J. L CUNNINGHAM
ARCHITECT and BUILDER
to use the words In Intelligible sen
tences. Here are n few of the words
and resultant sentences;
Discovery: Invention. "The In
would be enough nnd I would tnke' J. N. WATSON,
the fS.000,000 which It would coslj-l! Iteglster
and with It construct 1000 schools of
agriculture within the I'nlted States.
Geo. T. Baldwin,
iKIamath Falls, Oregon
l'liin.t ami .SiMviiltfalluiiH Fiirnltilu'tl. l-.ititiwiti
all Clnnifi of Wiitrt. from mnnll i'ttiiti tn n,c
In Iniilili'ik- Miur lioiiit1 comliinc ntlc -t n,
iToimim 1 liitvuur your pliititi prupitrvil 1
Kcsldcncc-Washlnrfton St., Between Utli nrttl Otb
Heavy Frclflhllnft a Speclclty. UadHUrSc OrdersA.il
Given iTompt Attention
0. K. Transfer & StoragJ
Having up-to-date piano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
NOTICK KOU I'llll.lCATIOX.
Department of the Interior, I' S.
tn.l in Mhnw lh t,...,ln llml Inll. '"" " l l-l''"'"i wri-KUIl,
cntlon of the locomotive was dlscov- matlons of the Democnitlc nnlldiuil leptemher HI, 1US.
ercd by Watt." "James Walt dlscov-1 committee that Tnft canceled his en- NmUo Ih '"'"'"y Ktvi-n Hint William (
RPgemcnt to attend a banquet In Chi- f" ""'. ' hiamnm tans, ure
cjco October? because he didn't wni "' '". '" August 19. 1KUS. l.lsde
ercd the steam which now runs ou
steamboats." "Steam was discovered
by Priestly." "Steam was discovered
nt this period and was put Into use,
henco the laboring classes wero
thrown out of employment."
Cotton. "Cotton grows on a
sneena dock. i
rsycnoiog-. isji'mjiusj is nm
study of rocks." 'Tsychology Is the
study of how the world began."
When exhibits of this kind are
shown to educators not teachers,
but the big men who make out cours
es ot study and tell tho teachers how
they ought to teach thivshow an
nojancc, and say that the Ideal of
modern education Is uot to cram t
child with facts, but to develop In
him the power to accumulate facts.
Is the Ideal even faintly realized?
Not to, according tn business men
who employ boys and girls, civil ser
vice examiners, and others who have
ample opportunity tn know.
to meet Candidate Bryan are wrong' rlmbor ","1 s,"no implication. No.
the llcpubllcan national committee 'r U nw;. Sec. IS, T. 37
will chnrtcr a social train to get Tnft , " r- " ' ,,nH ""'" "",,cc OI
intention to make ntiai proor, to es-i
tabllsh claim to tho land ubovu de-l
there for tbo banquet.
Tho cholera situation In Mnnlla Is i bribed, before County Clerk
steadily Improving nnd the health nu- j'-"" County, at his otllce. at Klnmnth
thoritles havo repenteI their declara-i '' Oregon, ou the 'JMh dny of
tlon that the disease will be practical- j N'oveniber. 11)08.
ly stamped out by the time tho Amor-, Claimant names as witnesses:
linn II -et arrives October lht. I Albert Harrison, A. M Jamison.
aaa . 'John (.. Scluillock, lien Carlisle, nil I
I will sell at public auction at the
old Miller ranch, 5 '.i miles southeast
of Klamath Falls, on Wednesday,
of Klamath Kails, Oregon.
J. N. WATSON.
.NOTICK KOU I'l'III.ICATION.
lt.Minrlinf.nl of the lfitirlnr. tl. H.
September 30. loverul good driving cl(, 0lc(j , llC(.v Or,.K0n
"HACK TO TIIK SOU,."
A most hopeful sign of the times
is tho eagerness of farmers to learn
moro of their vocation. Tlmo was
n hen plowing und howlng nnd gather
ing Into barns met nil the require
ments of knowledge of farming. Tho
"luclty year" was looked for hopeful
ly to balance the short crops of un
lucky years, and severe economy In
living, cheap raiment, lack of all In
dulgences In the way of amusement
or entertainment, wero the only
known methods whcioby money could
be saved to pay the taxes and keep
up tho. Interest nn tho mortgage.
All this is happily changed. Agri
culture has grown to the dignity of
a vocation that, properly pursued,
gives certain results year aft'.r year
in this blessed land of assured climat
ic favors. The how, why and where
fore of agricultural methods that pro
duce with unerring certainty tho re
sults desired arc eagerly and Intolli
gtntly sought. It is thus that repre
sentatives of tho Statu Agricultural
College found attentive audiences all
tbo State Fair when dulrylng, tho con
trol of insect pests, tree grafting, ap
ple packing, the good and bad points
In judging stock and kindred topics
wero presented. This was a new fea
ture of the State Fair and one that
awakened great Interest. lis popu,
larlty was assured from the first, and
It will no doubt commend itself to
tho manage! s of tho State Fair of
tho future. It extends tho Instruction
which young men and women receive
at the Stnto Agricultural College to
farinera who have' long outlived tliclr
school days und 'in whose boyhood
farming was simply an Inherited vo
cation. TbjO earnest attention given
to tho topics 'treated,' by men 'and wo'-'
men grown middle-aged and even old
on the farm, plainly attest the need
and saddle ponies, farm implements
wagons, stoves, beda, furniture, house-
hold goods and hundreds of articles '
too numerous to mention. Most
anything you need on a ranch.
Sale commences nt 10 a. m.
IS II. V. MITCHELL.
S.VNI ACIIEH HIKE.
August ID. 1'JOK.
Notice Is hereby given that Dunn
W. Darnell, of Merrill, Oregon, who,
on Dec. 10, 19GI, made. Homestead
Entry. No. 333i: (Serial No. 0383).
for so. Sec. 13, T. 37 S It. 10 E.,
V. M., bus tiled notice of Intention
to iniiku final Commutation I'roof, to
establish claim to the laud above do-
' I scribed, before Iteglster and Itecelv-
Lakesldn company has 3500 ,, at Lakovlew. Oregon, on tho 6th
acres of land under tbe Adams dttcb jay 0f October, 1908.
that It will give RENT FREE for ' cinlmant names ns witnesses:
one year. Thla Includes tbe use of Mark nownrd, of Merrill. Oregon,
the land and water. The renter must ; Frank j0iinH,n, of Klui.mth, Falls,
clear and place the land In culutlva- q.,.,.,.., i,v wbltnev. of Klamath
tlon. The renter gets all the crops j ,.alll) Oregon, Chns. Wagar. of Klam
but we reserve the right to pasture ',, ..,. ,,.,...
me siuoDie. ,
'j lie lakeside company,
J. Frank Adams, Manager,
The Is-sl trnut llihinii in Orrifin.
Excellent arcnninuUtiii fur
Camping oultltn lot rent.
S-cnl rainpiutt giuuniln nnd
boats fnr rent.
Fine pantum fur stuck,
Accoiiiimalatioiis to g to Clatrr
Will meet pit I In nt Klsuislli
FRANK SIX VIES
Klamath Agency, Ore.
t KENYON & GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Millit Addition wen otlYntl
at bargain priceM n number if nhruwil inves
tora bouuht; fince timt time viiluen mn
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, nnd thcro in every reason
to anticipate nn ndvance in price. Iti'iiu-in
tier these lot.-t nre rilTY feet in width nml
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY KKKT
tleep more than double the area of limit
town lot.s altered to invcHtorn.
FRANK IRA WHIT
CAPT. O. C. APPLECATE Office on Fifth SU
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I'O.S J. Xt'NNAIT,
i ii Pit.
CHIMNEYS AND FlItK
1'I.ACKH A SI'IX'IAI.TV
H. . CHILDERS I
KLAMATH FALLS, ORXOON Z
Merrill, Oregon. I
For up-to-date people to
carry our watches. We
can cupply watches fur
anyone, from the young
it to tbe sednte old man,
Kscli watch Is guaranteed
DEALER IN WATCHES
' There is only one Kodak
and that is the
Every Kodak tested here.
Free lessons by one who
know to every put chaser of
Maude E. Baldwin
1 Dealer In Kodak Supplies
BALDWIN.BLK. KUmtn PalU
44llilj algssa a a a a M at) a a aat
Private Dining Parl-jr
Oysters Served In Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
Contracting ana Jobbing
Kirstclass Line ut I'luinh
ing Specialties und first
A. O. U. W. Building
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Falls, Orjton
DR. C. P. MASON
American llank A. Trust Co.'s llulldlng
DR. WM. MARTIN
Offle OY Klamath County Bang
Mapiruni, BltirrTlnla, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers
IlikT K Witiiiilw, Bi-crclsry
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CIIAS. K. WOHDKN
The American Bank and Trust
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