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TRAVELOGUES TO '
BE GIVEN HERE
ronO.BTMMUHIi WILL APPEAR
. FOULlfOBCM WJKKAU MONDAY
MOKTnUCH LMOIUMB ON
Feed E, Samuel, leetarer am trav
eller, with hi Illustrated travelogues,
will be the acxt Lyceum number. Mr.
Samuel will appear Monday evening
At the' opera house, his subject for
that occasion being "Roaae, tbe Eter
Sunday 'Mr. Samuel will give a f reo
entertainment at tbe opera home. At
that time he will apeak oa "Round
Mr. Samuel made bte world tour In
1997-98 far the purpose of itudr,
aad, being aa expert photographer,
secured many hundreds of rare and
beautiful photograph. The lectures
are compiled, therefore, from fresb,
up-to-date Baterlal, and the pictures
areaa education within themselves.
Me beUevee thai the Tatue of an
iUastratod lecture depends greatly
vac the lecture Itself; that It should
be et the very highest literary merit
net merely crude, desultory re
marks patched together to describe
the pictures ea the screen. It should
be egael to aay address delivered In
' a lighted auditorium. The pictures
aaeeM UJaetrate the lecture, and net
the lecture Illustrate the pictures, and
aa one press comment states: "Mr.
Samuel's pictures are wisely chosen
and Illustrate la a continuous story
the talk which accompanies thsm."
Hum HTBKia i mm
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eo-eperaUoa la all matters baring for
aa object the development of the
Lee Court-ef Midland gave prac
tical hints as to the stocking of a
dairy reach. ,
M. M. Lytic of Boaaaaa recited
aeeae of his experience la dry farm
Charles Gray of Pine drove teM la
detail ef the.areata la dairying.
UWiMtto ef the leeal creamery
test fee anssmhtogs of the; situation
Cram ah vtowpotat at the creamery
' U'WUeea of Eareka, Humboldt
eeeaty, CaUfernla, aroused great in
terest whoa he Ulked of railroad
handbag and the ee-operatlea neces
sary to bring about the entrance to
this section of the Hill lines.
W. W. Patch, eaglaeer la charge of
the' federal 'reclamation project here,
promised the hearty support of Uncle
Bam, and, by flgures carefully verl
f ed, demonstrated the wisdom 'of the
present plans of the Klamath county
Mr. Patch, said la part:
"The" Klamath project to particu
larly well adapted to Upraising of
livestock. 'Ia.fact, I doubt If there to
any perUea of the West where all
eoaditloas toad so uniformly to the
beaMh.aad well being of stock as, It
.does 'la the southern ead of Klamath
eenaty.'- Heretofore the farmers have
tergal? beea dependent upon the Ship
's . X . .1
ment Into the district each rail of
largo numbers of feeders la 'order to
coasu'mo their hay crops. This to a
much better plan, perhaps, than to the
shipping out of the hay, but on ,tho
other hand, there to no reason, ex
cept the lack of necessary stock, why
farmers should aot raleo their own
animate and get the profit on the feed
ing which now goes to the owners of
the stock which Is shipped In. That
this added source of profit would be
entirely satisfactory la easily seen
when It Is considered that during the
current winter severs! thousand head
of cattle have been shipped clear from
Arliona and Mexico to be fed In this
"With the growing scarcity of beef
animals o aro not assurod that suffi
cient stock will long continue to bo
available to consume the alfalfa rais
ed hero unless a concerted effort Is
made to raise stock on tho project.
It Is a fact that on one of the United
States reclamation projects during
1913 about 350,000 tons of alfalfa
was raised and had practically no
market whatever, aa tho freight ratea
were too high to ship It out. and there
was no stock on hand or even within
reasonable shipping distance to util
"During tbe season of 1813 the av
ers go value of irrigated crops on the
Klamath project was 116.25 per aere
when figured nt the fellowlag market
Alfalfa, per tea 17.60
Grain hay, par tea 7.00
Timothy, per tea 0.00
Barley, per bushel 41
Wheat, per bushel 75
Oats, per bushel 42
Rye, per bushel St
Potatoes, per bushel 45
Pasture, per acre 13.00
"The acreage la the principal
crops and the average yield per acre
wero as follews:
"Alfalfa hay, 7,318 acres, average
yield, 3.3 tons.
"Grain hay, 1,693 acres, averago
icld, 1.5 tons.
"Timothy, 414 acres, average yield
"Darley, 4,706 acres, average yield,
"Wheat, 1.199 acres, average yield,
;'Oato, 3,144 acres, average yield,
"Rye. 106 acres, avsraga yield,
"In addition there was 111 acres la
garden truck and 3,143 acres la pas-
twra.A--X'jiitK r .-
"To consume the feregetag agricul
tural products we had aa the project
at the ead of 1913:
1,930 horses, 79 mules, 3.803 beet
rattle, 1,003 sheep, 700 milk cows.
8,393 hogs, 14,115 ehlekeas, 510 tur-
krys, 283 hives ef beea, havlaga total
value of 1394,331.
"You wlU note the relatively small
number. of milk cows aad sheep In
comparison with the other Items men
tioncd, and only a fraction of the milk
nous are high grade stock. It 'un
doubtedly is a fact that if this pro
Ject were stocked with the right pro
portion of blooded cows, pigs aad
threep the fanners' aaaual return
from bis Irrigated land could be mads
at least double the average figure
which aow obtains. A few individual
cases support thto view, aa it to feuad
that soma farms which are bow well
stocked return better thaa ISO per
acre, as against the 116.36 average,
value of the crops alone on the
gated portion of the project"
1 1 Among those present were:
C. T. .Olltcr and wife, B, K. Miller,
P. M. Cunningham, Hunter Savtdge,
lien Morris, R. K. Smith, R. A. John
son, Rutus Kocktort Wilton, L. R.
Uobertaoa. O. W. Feeee, U. K, Brad
nack, Sid Kvans, Judge Baldwin, WlU
Ualdwln, J. W. Siemens, Charles
Graves. Florence Santamaw, Lottie
S. Sly, Lulu Tuttlo, Sybil Elliott, E. B.
Halt, dcorgo Noblo, A. E. Noble, K.
M. Chllcote. Charles Gray aad wlfs,
II. J. Darling, K. L. KUlott, C. D.
Chorpcnlug ,W. R. Campbell, L. A.
Ilowlo, J C. Rhodes, E. A. ghutiak,
K W. Wilkinson, L. O. Mills and
wife. L. Eiell, W. E, Grtmth, Burrell
Short, G. L. Walton ana wire, Joe
Wright and wife, Lee Court and wife,
L. A. McRcynolds, II. F. Esell, K. R.
C. Williams, Leo "Anderson, John
Hngelstcla, E. V. Lytle, M. M. Lytle,
n. O. Terry and wife, r. V. Nelson,
U. 11. Dunbar and wife, L. W. South-
erland, Jamca Souther land, Joe Fos
ter, W. W. Patch and wife, D. A. Hay-
This morning's session waa called
to order by C, T. Oliver, secretary of
the Klamath Chamber of Commerce,
and after the purpose of tho meeting
was outlined, Mr. Oliver was chosen
In order to get to work as soon as
possible, a committee on by-laws was
apolnted, and Immediately after their
appointment,, the members at oaea
took up the work of formulatiag rules
for the government ef the organ Ha
lloa. Members of the by-laws committee
are J. P. Lytle of Boaaaaa. Jamca
Esell of Klamath Falls, Joe Foster of
Round Lake, Burrell Short of thto
city, Charles Gray of Pine Drove, aad
Joe Wright of thto city.
A committee was also appointed to
draft resolutions. It to composed of
C. D. Chorpenlng, O. 11. Walton and
R. E. Smith.
Following the appointment of these
comtatttces, tho meeting ndjourncd
until 3 o'clock thto afternoon.
The following ofltcom wero
chosen late this afternoon by tho
President Jnmos Klin.
Vlco President Leo Court.
Troasurer Joe Wright.
Directors II. L. llogre, Charles
Gray, H. R. C. Williams and
fhm MfMturv will bo chosen
Weather CosMhMtaew forKtbruary
Date Max. Win. w earner
1 .... ..33 Clear
3 35 6 Clear
3 34 3
4.............. 31 8 Clear
WANTED aecond.band baby car
riage, large enough for sleeping
bed. Call PuWIc Library. &-ai
Offlce of the Treasurer or M
County. January 10, 1
Notice to thereby glveoJaat there
are funds Inline countjjrreasury tor
mmmmmml , ,
summons herein and It Jfou, the JJ
Nina Mc Tu""jr uw,nw""V ". ,i
. i .,.. nnd answer, etc., snui
Mid court for tho relief I'rayod for In
his said complaint, lo-wltt
1 That the bonds of matrimony
between the. plnlntlff and defendant
8 That the i1nltittrt Imvo the cus
tody of tho minor child, Gordon Eg
n And for nny luruicr rci.oi
his hunor may seem meet.
This summons l puniisucn
iri.m.ih Kenubllcnn. a public news.
paper published In the city of Klam
.,i. vn Klamath county, state of
Oregon, by the order of lion. Henry U
iiensun, JuiIko of the circuit coun .
Klamath county, Mate or ureaon.
which said order Ulrccis iai
.,,.,. i. t-ubllnhod once a week for six
succcmIyo weeks and dated end enter
cd January 2, A. I). 1919.
Uato of the llrst publication nereoi
U January 30, A. I). 1IS.
W. II. A. UKNNKII,
Attorney for I'lalnU".
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(Continued from Page 1)
,Va, "WanU ajCd lumber. He waato good
, lambesAo get tbe best reeults. la
yor'ejwpenter getutlng the best re-
s'uUajT If you are la doubt oa thto
The Jouraey of Ivo miles to the
lako from Camp Araat to aa arduous
one, owing to the steepness of the In
cline, but the determlaatloa oa the
part ef the skiirs stood them la good
stead, aad they reached the rim by
10 o'clock Saturday moralag. The
aaaw, botwoea headquarters aad the
lake raaged in depth from WtS'IO
Although the saow was thto deep
along the approach to the rim, aad
the steep banks of the lake were cov
ered so deeply that all ambiance, of
trail aad projecting recks were oblH
crated, there was absolutely ao saow
on top of tbe rim, 1,200 feet above
tho level of the lake.
"We expected to And at least 30
feet of snow at tbe rim," said Clapp,
"so you can imagine our surprise to
And it entirely free from snow, and,'
Instead, grass growing In spots. The
hotel building being constructed by
the Crater Lake compaay appears Just
as it did last summer, aad we were
able to crawl all around the old and
"Wo ate oar lunch at tho lake, aad
peat several hours there enjoying the
sights, making excursions around the
rim, aad takiag photographs of dlf-
erent points of laterest. We were
well supplied with films, aad I thlak
the pictures we took la Anna Creek
canyon aad at different points oa ths
way to the lake will also be of Inter
"Regarding tbe freeslag of the
lake," said Clapp la response to as
inquiry, "I eaa say that there was lee
extending oat perhaps a hundred
yards from the shore. There was also
ice along the narrow strip betweea
WUard Island aad the malalaad. We
caanet say as to the tktckaees ef the
lee, as we were unable to get dowa
to the water."
Although Ive days were required
for the trip to the lake, Fort Kliatata
was reached Monday aftenoea; as
the aklto fairly ew akmg she steep
desceaU oa the way back.
tho rcdemptle of ajfeneral runu
wirnill ijt.jt.1.. I0 a till lit
cludtna Mar 5.
Interest wlJgleMsj from this uate,
Notice ef SjaerW's Hale
By virtue of aa execution duly U
sued by the clerk ef tbe circuit court
of the couaty of Ktamath of the state
of Oregon, dated the ltth day of No
vember, 1918, la a certain action In
the circuit court In said county and
state, wherela Richard WUUs as
plaintiff recovered Judgment against
John Tahr for the sum of 171, with
Interest at the rate of 8 per cent per
annum from tho 3ltb day of March,
1910, aad the coiU and disburse
Notice to hereby given tbst I will
on the 37th day of February, 1913, at
the froat door ef the court house, la
Klamath Falls, la said county, at 10
o'clock 'toSlfce forenoon of said day,
sell at'jtblc auction, to the highest
all tbe right, title
tho within named de-
to the following
on 3, Township
Xollc t Hlierira Hale
llr vlrtuo of an execution duly Is
ued br the clerk of tho circuit court
of tho county of Klamath of the state
of Oregon, dated the 15th day or Jan
uary. 1913. In a certain action la the
circuit court In said county rea siaie.
wherein B. I. Foutch as plalallK re-
Mt.rni a ludsmeasenrmMust J. U
of tho Unllod Mates of AwwIm,
mit).hnlf cash mid u.e ,
by llrst morle-naw "P l W lro
crtyi or purchaser .' kmuwo tho
payment of n wrlnln mortgaiv no
upon the premliM la favor ef
thu mate of Oregon. I the um af
9350.00 aad the hatoaee af tkg mr
chase price bU to M la ta-k.
The real estate herein adverttoed
to be aold to described act The NBH
of the NKU Lok" J
andtbeSWU " "Ji M'Jf!!
1. 2. 1, aad 4 of eeUaw HI a Ut
1 ot aom Mt e - MM cjflto
.,.. .j !. mu el the NWU-
and th NKU rt IM iW U-l
Mouth, Range t of 7z3
ttU MefMlaa I. I.- . .... F '
am etwe er efiera ruuitsjdfi
tag m atay ee aeilveredni
dreeeed to thto Guardian. Wjj
Kuykeadall A Famusoa
taraeys, at Klamath Falls, Ortam. .
Dated thto 1th day of )Zf
tKNA U 8Mt V
OuaNka et the I'srsoas aad .
inwm m,iT. nun liariM tai
ll.ipu UuluJ II...... ,." !
,,.,,, ...w.. .,n,Hu., niseri,
KUVKKNDALl, A FKHUUKJp;
.? ior us
When thelafIlUlloii hot bfn 4m
preierlyvfid according to W09H
wajswis of sanltMllcn, mttfi U
Tpable careleasnrM on the r,.,u a
lervahls or ethers iiishrt It ItsMs.
live. Have your new work doss W
(Ireoley and It will be rlcltt, or If re
pulred our force of skilled nl ei.
enred werhmea are t your irlee,
per cent per a:
and tho c
the 31th da
on tbe 3711
at the front
toil him that the Big Basis
Co, has Just received a ear ef
I c -r. tWfaeet JaeMe f r latoh ever saleeed
Klamath Falls. ' Thto la high.
i took, pareaased fer'yeHf keeause
i are a aartleater smb.
i -if t, ,,.''
F " i it"w
sun m b urn
(Continued oa Page I)
aglaable for this sectloa' says Secre
tory Elder of 'the Klamath Water
Users Asoeiatloa. "It will make
dairying possible aad other laduatrles
f the kind that have beea held back
because wator'aeers, already burdea
ed with ekaraTee by the reeUmatloa
servtoeMMive aot felt that they eould
aftereT to pay high latoreet' rates for
asoaey with whleh to purehaae dairy
cattle aad farm eauleaseat.
"What la Beaded here to cheaper
moaey. The lack ef capital has held
talrsastloB bask, 'aa farmers have
PfM!ae higa'aa ll per eeat'for mea
e adv'aass'dr.'Taer mast have a.
ehsaper rate before UMyreaveperato
UTmr eatoat." 4'' ' '- ' -v
': t ' - K ,r g.T, x
Cat flowers U!"e 1 West Mala at,
aad isfereei et
twbtve (12) caafof
Tsli ll sld im
and situated In
la said state.
ed v:on as the proper-
ereadaat, John Yahr, or as
f as may be necessary to
said Jcdgment la favcr of
tbe plaintiff. Richard Willis, against
said defendant, with laterest thereon,
together with sll costs and disburse
ments thst have or may accrue.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
January 16, 1913.
C. O. LOW, 8herlff.
GEO. A. IIAYDON. Deputy.
liver sum f
thfraon at tp
at steal IrrttM dgsLsal
9BT4 w asm iiwmsmmmai
I of Dsireiober. iM.
. - - twBriia
rate of I
of the court house
In Klamath Foils, In said county, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day,
tell at public auction to the highest
bidder tor caib, all tho right, title and
Interest of the defendant, J, O. Ham
aker, to the following described prop
Lots 1, 3, 3, 4, 6 and 6 of block
15; !ot 3, btott 16; lot 3, block 11,
and lot 4 of block 33, of the First
Addition to the city of Domain,
Klamath county, Oregon.
Taken and levied upon as the proper
ty of tbe said de'endant. J. O, Ham
aker, or as much thereof aa may be
necessary to satisfy the ssld Judg
ment In favor of the plaintiff. K. L.
Foutch, against said defendant, with
Interest thereon, together with all
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregoa,
January 16, 1913.
C. C. LOW, Sheriff.
OKO. A. HAYDON, Deputy.
Lungs Weak &
iwsffsTof MBdficrict! YNlth Ay
m hftvt ttui confluence In
ivc had cv
PHnnJ. IbbTJ Willi Sll
TJhcMtla, vrtmK inroau, ami wema; iuhk.
wkary. KwtocloitowdiwWHMiw. AJ
AdsaJatotrator's Nettee ef Kit leg Final
la the County Court ef tbe State of
Oregoa, for Klamath Couaty.
la tho Matter of tbe Relate of Ada L
Notice to hereby glvea that I have
died my final account aad report as
administrator of the estate of Ada L.
Kinney, deceased, aad the above en
titled court hWlxed upoa 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of March 6, 1918, as
the time, and the couaty court room
la the court house ef Klamath coun
ty, Oregon, la tbe city of Klamath,
rails in said couaty, as the place
when and where aay psrsoa may pre-
eeat any objection or exception to any-
wing tnereia coataiaea, or to aay
thing done by me aa administrator,
aad at the same time aad place the
said court will laaUy settle tbe said
This notice to' published pursuant
to order of tho above eatltled court
made Jsnusry M, 1918, aad the flrst
publication is made oa Jaauary 38,
Administrator et the Estate ef Ada
L. Kinney, Deesassd.
KUYKENDALU 4k FERGUSON,
Attorneys for the Administrator.
1-38-2-27 r -'
la the Circuit Court la aad for the
Couaty of Klamath aad (Hate of
Qeorge K. Turner, Plalatlf ;
Niaa Mae Turner, Defeadaat.
IB tbe Name of the State of Oregoa,
to Nina Mae Tamer, Defeadaat,
You are hereby required to be and
ppear aad to answer to the complaint
led herela sgaJaet you la ths above
eatltled suit oajsr before Marsh 6tb,
A. D. 1911, that beta the last dav
wlthla which yea aro 'allowed to
answer, etc., hereto ag flaed by the
Notice Is hereby glvea that oa Feb
ruary SI, 1913, I will sell at public
auction at Yalnax, Oregon, tbe fol
lowing described berers:
One hips hot horse, bay, with stripe
on face, weight about 900 pounds,
trend 7 acd 6 connected, about 7
rcats old. One bayjsnfr about 6
Arota sslre, weffjht
ftadsl white la See,
years old, breed I
One sorrel yearj
about 800 pi
about 18 yea old! brand E adfleft
shoulder. Oal bajdtaariSaBwTwhlte
In face, welgns alout 960 pounds,
about 15 yeara old7, branded Y aad J
connected, on Vajlt shoulder.
Any person claiming say one or
more of these horses will present his
claim nt or on the above date at
Yalnax or Klamath Agency.
These horses are eUrajre, aad wlH
bo sold unlsss claim Is established by
owner and expense of feeding paid
Address all communications to Kdson
Watson, Klamath Aiency, Oregoa, or
J, H, Holman, Yalnax, Oregon.
NOTICE OF SALE Off MEAL VWMN
la the CoBBtf Oeaci cc Mm taala f
la The Matter ef The Oaardlasswla
of The PeraoM aad Estatea af
Margaret Abb Hargus aad Marry
Buferd Maran; Mhsota.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVBN, that
la pursuance of aa order af the
County Court of the State of OregOB,
for Klamath County, made oa the
7th day of January, 1918, la the gut
ter of the Guardianship of The Per
sons and Estates of Margaret Aaa
Hargus and Harry Buford Hargus,
Minora, the undersigned as GuardUa
or the Person and Estates of the
said Margaret Abb Hargus aad Harry
uuiora Hargus, Minors, will sell at
private sale to tbe highest bidder,
upon tho terms and conditions here
inafter mentioned, and subject to
confirmation by said County Court of
Klamath County, Oregon, on or after
tho 17th day of February, 1918, nil
tbe right, title, Interest and estate ef
tbe said Margarst Ana Hargus aid
Harry Buford Hsrgus, Minors, la aad
to tbe real property hereinafter described:
The terms and conditions of said
r baps It's because yoi
ire assuming more i
Ing, or If you have
by all means bi
demanding Ion much of your My. If
aelblllty and work thaa you are ternUs
le run down aad worn out three
your salt up. Taho ear
clal medicine create new appetite, make; you healtht
full of vim and vitality. Absolutely the best remedy
tho purpose, quickly restoring vital tissue and uurreff-
meats, f 1,00 per bet lie.
TAR DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
mow is mejnme
order of U. Wbtotti. otl sale are to p.".u TSTuJS SS
lotion unequaltd for
'chapped hands and
ore lion. Try a
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