fr , at VOL. XXX "VIKW, LA KK COUNTY, OKKCJON, DKCKMUKIt L 1I0. no. m; 5 Proceedings of Adjourned Meeting of County Court AudiLs Bills, Establishes Precincts, After Near-Beer In the ('utility Court, nf lint Stiitn til ( 'kviiii. lur Luke ( 'on ii I v 1 '1 IhiimiImv, N tiveiiiher, 41 li. r.'i '.i ('..I'll I'llll Vt'lK'il I'll I'Mllll I) I tt M'lj'iliril iiient nf venter 1 it v I'lfn'iil. linn. I. I litly, Judge; (). I-;. Kilniil, Coin inUnionei ; I'. VV. 1'iiytn', ClfiK. A I 1 lutil Hunt, .-dierill, I V C. I. Ailluir, Deputy. Tlm entire t in t Him Cnurl iltir- lug tin' ilny Miitoi'i'iit In c tain In lug 1 tlif liniikH n( tint County otlli'iTit, HM'I 1 Court hi! joiirni'il to meet Ml In a. in. I .fin ember '2:'. III lliu County Court nf Hut Stale of Oregon, (nr Luke County. Monday Noveiiil.er, IIHC.I. Cnurl convened piiriiiiiit to iiiljiiiirr.inuiit. m Ith niiimt nlUci-m ii-riit, win ii Hit' following (rii'ff I D'ln wr lni'l to iv 11 : 111 till' lllllttlir of tint II f I It'll r I r 1 1 til lMt Muri'liy nitil NV. .. l pint- lit rx, under Hi' 111 in 1 1 ii in - iiinl htylf M ii r ti v A .Mo-B, tor it liccime to -i-ll hii llU'ion, mult iiinl vlntiuH Ii iiiih 111 i OH II 1 1 l" ll'K-1 t 1 1 II 11 Olllt k.' 1 1 1 1 I'll III il.n NoiMi ii i ri ir I'reclnit. Like Count, ( iregou. (or n iirloil nf twelve inoiitlm: It iii'i'i'itrlnit to the Hal h actil I mi of HilM Court Hint t lin hul l u I Mulp'iy ninl W. .. Mori., pallium, under tint firm ii n if uii'i style of MurpliV A Mum, have fiiiii plied with Hut law III nil uil I Ifiilul -, ii h in miii'Ii eime r ' 1 1 1 iri'il, ninl thul nil 'itnTH therein, tut vii Ih'kii on Me with tlif Clerk of Hilt Court since tin- Mli ilny uf November, r.n.'. It I therefore hereby ordered that the Clerk of Hum Counly I'mlxe I i In In niieed ii lhviiHM granting Hit) buI I Mnil'liy .V Mma tlm -1 v 1 1 to sell Kpii itiioud, .MhII mill VI noun Liquors III ll-BH qlllltltllll'S tllllll iiiii gallon In North Warner Precinct, In l,nl,i' Conu'y, Oregon, for tlm period ol twelvemonth from tint othday of November, r.nm. In tlm mutter uf claims against Lake Cuiiut.v, Oregon. I In- billowing1 wore i-vaiulm-d, n i J i fi I ninl war rkulM uri' hereby ordered drawn on t he County Treasurer In payment til i till' rt'MMM'tlVI UIIIOll 11 1 M, UH lll'IOUM to-wlt : a To bo paid dill of lIli'Koatl l"n in I li . J. SU'ln, (or ri'imlr of county lirl.lK- J. N. MrHHucr, rmiil-wiirk ami Mllpplll-H V. K. MfCiirmiirk, hhiiii' Mauley W. M'irtlii, hiiuii l-'riiiik I low nril. xHiiii' ... Wariiur Vnllry Mrr-hHtit 'If ('. ftiri-iiHli ninl hiiiilli'H (or Koitil IHmI. No. ii li.OO UiMI I HI I7MHI HMO .".! ,'! !H.H.i M. II Cal'Ui-ll, lor lulior ninl Hiipiilii-n for Komi HihI. No. (i. I74.:tt Crii'.l l'l iiillftiin for Komi Wink :Iin-..u M. V. Hurt, lor limilliiK liritlk'i' tlinlitTM :"-.iK) Jum. T. Mft.ktT for luinl'iT for ( 'minty KoiuIm (i.3,'i Clii-unU'itii I .imi I mt Co. for lilinlii r for Itoinl Hmt. No. r.ri ') J. A. ( urviT, (or roinl work. . . . ,r.",o. W. A. WIImIiIii', for IuiuIiit for Cuili.ly KoiiiIh -4 K '.(ink ot l.iiUrvirw. (or cnuli inlviitii'i'il for rmi'l work.... .VMMI To In- ih i 1 1 ojI of (it'iii-riil I'linil; liaiik uf l.nkcyli'W for ciinIi for county iimumtm U.iki I '.link nf I .iiki'vli'W, for chmIi iiilvunci'il fn' kuiilii't, (n-lKlit ninl work on i ourl Iiiiuhc roiiHl met ion HS iCi W. 1 'hv nt-, forcU'ririil iiMHitt r nn., F. . I'nyim (or HlinnpH '..W A. I.. Tliortiton, (illlcc Biipilh'N Allxrt Hciit, for Mtaiupn fur Sluriff'M nlllcc I.nkevli'W IjoiIhc N' ':. I. (,(. I'. II liuriiil loti 8.1 ltvoo IIO.IHI J. li. Allien, Hiiiilii'H for ooiirt Iioiimc ' A, .1. I'ohUt, HtiunpH ami ex- pn-BH (111 HU JIU'M It. It. Jiukitoii iioHtiiKt mxl triivclliiK i'X)ciihi'h. II. M. FlfiiiliiK for It (lnyn und inilcaifc for exHrtiiiK county rworilM. 11. U. WnrdwitU for 3 ilny for vxih'I time county nt'onlH V. L. SiiclliiiK. for 3 (lnyn for i-ipfiuni' county nt'onlH Tin' Irwli IoiIhiui Co. fur OlI'lCH Hlllllll'H Tlie Irwin-lloilHon Co. for hiiiiIU'h for AHu-iiHorN oilici' 0. 'JC IH.(X) Ifi.lM) ir.(Ki I'.l.'MI AN IRISHMAN LAYS OUT JOHNSUN Tin Ii ihIi nr Htill on top. On tlm (Hi hint mi IrlHliniHU iiHinetl Tom tlHrney wiuulitreil into CIiIchko mi llion where Jnck Jolunoa. the nero ciiiiiion piikjlibt wiih, ami Johnmui took exciiptloim to a remark uihiIo liy Carney and Htarteii iu to uive him a (IruMiiiiK. He iuniu't mole thau Mtarteii In when the Iriuhmiu lamieii h lieutuiful HwluH that put the ui((ro to sleep. VVheu Carney wan told who lie bad whipped he was soared almost to death and lit out for "tall tlm lu r" It took quite a while to kirlnil I It a iliumtllofl tft IMlllylllnilHIlAHH. Jef fries should have uo fear of the negro v Imi .1 llll . . ! V H III H .-I; f Km In. .1 illll 1 ,'l -HI" It In -m fee I I ll I I I n. wit hi-h li-frt I '.. I .tl , I I ll'M 1' i it :i :;n : i) 'n i I Ml l-hllll.llitlltlietlt to be knotwi I II I III' mill tor lit I lot ill h Voting I'ri'fiiift ii m I ,nkt' I 'rec i m l : It ii''iir lug to tin' nut I f hi -I lou ol till ('milt, utter li thorough lnvi'Bl u.il Ion of nil Iih'Im r I iit 1 ti u tliiTt'lo, Hint for III' lion fii Ii'iiri' of tlif um iIk ri' cdliiiK lit ninl iifnr lint I'nxt I II I of l.i.lii', in tint ( oiinlvof Lnki', Slnln ot llii'mi, tlnil ii VnCiitf I'rt'rlin't bIiiiiiI I In- 1- I ii I 1 1 . in- I nt Unit lin'it ; It I", I lift I'lul f, lii'iflv urilrri-'l rim M'li iti I mi l it ljir'n"! tlmt Hid ne nt lliu I ' t ' I oil If nnl Hii' Minn llMl'l V l-i l-.'t. llll-llH I llll l III III' known hi l.nkf I'if. iik t, nn I tin iii'lt'il mi tollovi ri : I Uiiti ii ii iim nt tint .N ni I li .t tht rornir of l.nkf l 'otiiil v. Iri'iimi 1 1 1 ii ii I ii W i" t id mitf I l:t' tlll'lll'l Nt.rtli lliiuii'l'iry Inn' nt mini ('unity to tin- I orl lii'in-t i-orni-i of l'ti nt-liip IMS. I i; In I'. I nut i' 1 1 1 7 I, I'm in-r W. M . V. M . tlii'tiri' Sontli on tlif! . i- li-i'M-i'i, I In- riii.k'i'H I') ninl i A. W. In tlm So'ilh Kitnl . .I 'I ni -i t-ti i (i 'J.i S. I! Hi K. I tlifin-f Si-ft on tl. I ii ii- bIi llm' 'Ji'i I o t In- I,' I '(I ' ll I OW IIBllI I 'J.I llllll Noi I lifiif t roiin-r of Thau ji. s i; l.i K U. M. thf in: I t ui;i' 1 1 :n it-! fi'll if. I.. W. ,M . , to I hit r ot l n iihlilp 'J7 S ; : t lii iii i. i-list ti t lot --'III on I III' luitlrffl I-1 llllll Soul In-iiht t oi 'ii K. 1. 1 i;. S . M Touii'-lilp linn l.ft Ai-ili t tiu iiflii pa -7 Hii-1 'JH, ii iliBtiincit of tlin-M iiilli'H; Hit-in i- Noutli on tlif ki'i llon line a tllBtniun of iiIiib mi If; tlif ore Utift on Hiii htM-llnii line to tu Kant 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it i y hiii. uf Lnkit ('uuuty. Ore K in ; tlicui'c North mi Kant lioun larv Inn' of l.iikf ('uuuty OrKoii, to the pliii-it of In-k'Hii'iU. 1 lint tin hhI'I lnkfl l'rfcinct. iu tint County of I. like, htate of Ort'ou, lie lor all purpuneH w hataui'Vitr a J i a tinct hiuI ni( criiti' ollnif I'rerluct iim mt' iitii-r votiiiu pti'ciiictH of LHke County, ( Irinon, ami that tlie houuilaries of all precincts which are a tec tml liy the creatlou uf u d ltike I'rt clnct tie and the eauie herety are chaiiKcil to conforin to the liouuiia-rii-H of Hip khiiI Iako Precinct. in the mutter of the estatil Ikhmitut of a Votlnit i'reclnct to lie koonn mm l-'ort Ifock Treclnct: It appenrliiK to the Hatlufantioo of thin Court, after a thoroiiKU luvehti iiutinn ot all factH rdatiuK thereto. Hint foi the coiiven iem-e of the pu ple rt'BidlnK at or ueiir l'ort Hock, in l.nkf Count y ( iri'Kon ttiat a YolliiK Precinct bIiouIiI lie I'tttulilixheil it that plHce; It Ih heretiy ordered cnliHid ercti und adjudged tlmt a new Vntluu i'ri'clnct lie i.iid the Hume la heretiy entiilil iHlied ami to lie known nt Kort Kock I'ri'clnct. aud hounded an fol low h : Itiik'inninK' "t the Northwest cornel nf I. n kit Coiiuty, Oreiion, thence run nliiH I'iiiHt ul on tc Hie North lioiiml iry Hue of nn id county to the Nnrtheaat (torner of Towimlup Ull S. K. '.ti K. W M. ; Hieiice running South on the rnntr" lino lietween ratines hi ami 17 I'). W. M., to the Houtli ennl corner of Tnwiifliip 'ii H. H. 10 K. W. M. ; 1 1. ence WeMt on the Tntviinhip line lietweeu, TowiiHhip -5 uud 'M to the NroiheaHt corner of Townehip 'ti S. K. 15 K. V M. ; thence Boutt. on tha raune line lietweeu Hnuwea b and 10 K. V. M., to the Houtheast corner of Townehip 'JO S. K 15 K. W. M i thence Went uu Townahip Hue be-tw-en towiiHhlpa 'JO and 27 to the W'eht houtitlary Hue of Lake County, Oreumi, thence North aloutt the West tiouuadry line of nald County to place of licKlunluK- That the hii ill l-'ort Kock 1'reclnot in the County of Lake, Htate of Ore OREGON LAW AS TO DEER HUNTING To Hiohh who do doi know the tiame laws bo well, we q.uote the following for their benefit. Ituok deer tixoept as hereinafter nrovliled. It ehall ha unlawful, within the State of Oregon, at any time lietweeu the nmt day or tvovemuer, of each year and the first day of AuuiiHt. of the following rear, to hunt pii!Biie, kill, iujure, dewtroy or iave in poHttitHHion any duck outer. I'Vinale deer It ahull lie unlawful within the Stute of Oretfou at auy lima to hunt 1111 fHiie. take. kill, in jure destroy, or have in poHMensiou auy female deer. THE CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE Chautauqua Circle will meet next Monday eveiilnK at the mine of Aire. Leslie Kenuer. The following is the program : Koll ('all, "Current events". "The Creek View of Life" Chanter 3 to pane 145, Miss tier trude Vernon. The Odesey, Hooks 1 to 7, conclusive. Mrs. tred J. Howmau. Hosiiios the reuular pro uram each nieintier ot the class will Klve a eburt sketch of a leading character of the Iliad, oonnluding with a general dissuasion. llllll I '.,1 l Koii, ln lor nil ni r n.Bi'M v. l,n I . if i. ii ilcliio l nn I f , iiiiif tiny prf- i ii I iih mil ,l lor oIiiik' I'i finiil of l.nKit Coiiuty, (liifio, Mil l tlnil, tlif ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ii r n i nl nil ( Miliiit uf l.nl;f ( iioiit v I iii'i("ii, wi n-li mi llll. ill I I V I III' IT, ill Hill if Mil'! I'll't llni-k I'm itii t i t- imi ii.i .niiii' in-rt-liy IIH 1 1 , I 1 1 1 1 I J V I ,1 A . Iii tin- ii ntii i i,l l in -nl" i f ''Ni'tir Hi'-i": Tin' i.tli'iti n i,! ll.i- Couit lint iiik' Iiiii rnll'il to tl.f I. nt I tint 'rtiiiu iifi- iiM ol l.nmt ("iiunty me Hi'llliui ".Nfiit J'.i'ir'' m 1 1 linn t. liHVlnii olilHlm-'l n In-fiMf fr'iin tint County Clllllt 111 llllt l A If'lUirfH fllllll tit' done. In ot dft. lit ('unit mit'lit l' j:- tlif Mi' l I I -t ' In i M'ViT. Hint Hii- i I i I -i I ,i- I n f tin- Miilot'f .I ! I,f f :iriif. Iii li.t I'M i-n.-l, ii t' I'l-i'mi At V ii' n , o l 111 ( 'out t n ti'fcri'il I" t i l I . Hi" Hie Hill. - I- ( Hie State tl tornev, Hi-ii. .1 tint 1 1 ( 1 1 r I ol ii" 1 1 1 in-, i t h i- Hilt fulluw iht; Opinion. "Ill reply In jour uci-toii iih to ulutler it llceiif.' Hlinuld In cul 1-i-lsl Irom retsileta of "Neir lifer" nitti In the County of Luke, I hnve to advl-e you iih tolltiw m : Hint m-c-t Ion ;!.") I of It ninl C'b Code It" aiiieuditil liy Hie St'hflun I, huh of I'm;, nt i nu" i of Sect ion Oii thereof print I 'it n- f ol I on n : "N'5 perHdti mIihII Lit perin It I el to Hell Spi i ituoiiri. Mull, or Vinous I lijuors or ferinentfil ('ider, cotiitiionly known loi hard Cider, In thin State III ll'fM UUIIIl it If n tllllll I lie (illlloll, It limit rut hnviiiL' ohlnliii'd ii li ceiiBf fro ii the County Cnurl of the proper County for Hint purpoff. " Sect ion :,,'.'i.'i i f I5. uud ("h Code hk Hii.eudet liy tlif Si'hbiou Luwi nf K"VI, lit pflt'c i1).) thereof, rnVIleH. 'I'very iierxnii nlitniu int.' n llcetiBi' to hII m ini uoiiM. mult or vinoui ll'iuor or ternienteil c.i ler, (trimniouly known hi linrd elder. ctinll p;iv I'll-i the 'lreiintirery of the ( !ounty rant iiilt ufh licen-e Hii hi J :n of ifl'KJ. per annum, and in the name propor tion for a less periud, hikI i'2 per ntinum. aud In the fiune proportion for a leHH period, for a licoMte to sell Malt liquors only." Tnerefore 1 hIihII answer your (pient ion Iu the alllrmatire" that any pernon delfrinit to sell Melt litjuorn only, though such liquor be not in toxicating," stiall he required to se cure a license aud to pay into the County Treasurer the sum of ?'i00. per year therelor. and in the same proportion lor le period, as re quired hy Section :(h5.ri of H and C's Code as amended br the Seoul ou Laws of 1903, at nnt'e In'.) thereof. Thii opinion rendered t7 Mr. Ve nator, mterpiets trie law Koveroiuu the Bain of "Near lieer" as the Coun ty Court understands it to lie, it, therefore, follows that every person retailing the eo called "Near Ueer" or any other preparation of Malt Uci- nor. without a license, is dolus mi in violation ot the law KO'ernintf the sale of the aime, The Court is of the opinion that those peiHotiH who have heen retail ing "Near lifer without a license have not been properly informed as of the requirements of the law, and would, therefore, recommeud that uo pri seditions be made for such vio lations but, that this law alike with all others should be strictly enforced by the proper omcers of this coun ty- PROGRESS ON THE N. C. CL GRADE Company is Constructing a Broad Gauge to Lakeview The Alturts Plalndealer of the 'JOtb ult, has this to say retarding the construction woik ou the railroad beaded for Lakeview: Monday tnurniug the N-C-O Ry. put a force of men aud teams at work grading a roadbed to the north from tbe depot. The force both of tneu aud teams, is small, but more may be added We also learn that tbe disputes over rii(ht of way belweeu Alturas and tha X raucb are in a fair way for adjustment and that condemnatlou suits are to be called off. Whether the oompany latxud to build ou tu Lklew in the near future is a question we cannot an swer, aud we dou't believe Mr. Ounaway hluiBelf can. In all proba bll ity the work will be continued through thb Pit river cauyou, that beuitf tbe Key to all this country, uortn aud south. The grade now belug constructed from the depot to the ui rth of Alturas Is a regulation tiroad yaue grade. This of course means that it ii in tended as a broad gauge road at some future time. BOUGHT FINE SHEEP Walter A. Sherlock, of Altuias, was iu tow ii Hat-irday. lie infoinis us that he has recently shipped lu from Canada, a lot of thorough bied Liuoolu bucks, aud will be prepared to furnish sheep men thorugh-breds tbe coming season While here he purchased 'JUOUewes of H. IS. Chand ler, wbioh be will place on bit range la Modoo oouuty. VVAKNER VALLEY MAN TALKS OF ADVANTAGES OF LAKE Thinks There is No Bet ter Opportunity Any Where than Can Be Found Here Kt-Klnald A. liradley, a xtockmau 'in n the Warner Valley has ptir rlniHttd block of property iu upper Main Street in Lukevieu, ii'id lint moved hi family here. He will erect hoi!) cottages on the pro erty f or rental, as h rn-licvcs in the future of the town. He In an enthiiiaHtlc advocate of apple production and trutitly as nerts that auy country that is capa ble of proiJucluK such apple as are urnwii here canuot help becoming famous and populous, lie hays that while many part ol the Union undoubtedly do tfron apples, that for size, brauty and qunli'y and sond keeping qunlitleH, none of Hie sec tions now fnuuiiiH for np,.l produc tion, like. Hood Kiver, Weuatolie. an I Unfile liiver, can Hppionch Hum fi-ctiou in this respect. And because of this, with the commit of railrundi this section is bound to K" I or a a i J with lea(is aud bnuudH Mr. Ilradlev in hKu thoroughly im iirehnert with the wuiideltil pnsfcibili ties of Warner '.'alley, both from an Hk'ticnltual ami n Imrl icu 1 1 urnl stHtidpoiut. He spoke in pal ticiilnr of some wonderfully larite apnl's that wexe Krowu ou the trees of Wal let Dent his year" which if showo at any fair or at Spokane, could not have helped attracting universal at tention. All these thious point to a eraud future for this section, in the pros perity of which all now here will hare, as well as will those who may care to cast their lot with us. N. C. 0. BEFORE R R COMMISSION The Reno Journal of Nov 14th. says: On November '.M a heating of the case of E. Lauer it Sons and S. R. Hunch, merchants of Alturas. Calif., against the N-C-O railroad aod the Southern Pacific will begin. Lxam iner lirowo, of the interstate com merce commission, will arrive here on that date, and will take the evi dence of tbe complaioaats and pass it up to the commission. Lower rates in both directions are sought by the merchants who claim that present rates are exborbitant. The apeciflo reductions sought are on shipments from Reno to Alturas, aud from Sacramento to Keno on sliibf iients bound for Alturas. The rates out of Alturas will also come under protest. cedaiWilTeTants better mails Cedarvllle Record, 17tb : A peti tion was cironlated here last week, praying for tbe establishment of a mail route for Surprise Vulley aud Warner Lake to (iranite Point ou tbe Western PaolUo. It now takes mail 46 hours to reach here from San Prancisoo. By way of (iranite Point tbe time estimated is about ' hours from San Francisco here. While the above advantages are bigbly desirable as to sboteoiug time In transit, it might also be construed as a step backward to tbe long stage rides. When tbe N-C-O is extended to Lakeview a station for Surprise will be located about 18 miles from Cedarvllle. iben also tbe schedule will be changed so that tbe diffe rence In time will be slight. That is the condition the result will appear later on. JEPSON ISSUES A STRONG CHALLENGE To J. C. Craveus: Inasmuch as you have so fat failed to wrestle with me for reasons unex plained, as agreed, 1 hereby dial leuge you for a match, aud will agree to throw you thre times witliiu 10 minutes; oi 1 will agree to tbmw both you and R. C. Cooper each twice inside of 15 minutes, ou the same terms of our last match. If you arx a man of your ward, you will immediately accept this challenc-i. N ELS J EPSON Dated Lakeview, Deo. 1, V.Mh The Merrill Record aays; 1. D. Appleg;n,te, the veU'nin sheep man, whs here several dnya the past week btilnir on bis way to the camps lu tbe lava beds. MORE HAILIIOAD MEN VIEW THINGS; Seem to be on a Still Hunt and Did Not want Pres- ence Known I wo wi4.i nun. '. hull', ii noted engineer o, Ne ork City, and the one who m l tin- Auik ou the big rulj-way i t Hint city amvi-d in town ai i:nii, pained by A. C. Harris of ICe.-1 no 1 ne gentlemen reque-mi siii-m e on Hie pHrt of tin; hxainlner, to (heir preHi-uci-, b-.t we notice Hmt ll,e Al turat and Silver Lake pHoers weie. not no prt.mpte I. Mr. Lnvi.j left here by learn and went so far noitti jh Silver Lake. It Is not. Known wti.it he m hi re, foi, Put tbe suppusi Hon is that he is out for either (ould or llill. as the tlnrrimaii hut aliendy hate had their big men i ttinug:. this t-ec'iou, and know just' what to do when the time arilven for j action. Ou Thursday Mr. Harris again er- nvej iu town, aud was acoupanieii by a Mr. J. W. liurke alii of New Vork City. The Kxamiuer hasuoti been able to establind his identity, i but he alHO mut-t be associated with some railroad iutere.it, lie secured i a team and drove thru the fcnow uud fl'inh up into the Chewaucau vallpy. through the, now famoin Crooked Hiver Pasi leading out of the li'ilden iooneLake valley. The gentleman : did not state his purpose, but it is known that the further he went ou his trii the more enthuse! he became over this coutry aud its wonderful onprntiinitics nf every sort. He faid there was cure to tie something doing here in he very Dear future, NEW RULING AS TO GOVERNMENT LAND Looks as Though An Entry Man Can Secure 480 Acres. LOS ANUELES, Nov. 24. A rul ing by tbe secretary of tbe interior io a lo'inl case appearnig completely to nullify an important rule hereto fore enforced as to tbe area of tbe de sert land and tbe entryman ultimate ly is entitled to, has been received by the register of tbe Los Angela land office. It is beld that "one who holds land under an unperfected des ert land entry is not the proprietor thereof within the meaning of the statute holding disqualified to make homestead entry one who is tbe pro prietor of more than 10U acres of land." This apparently indicates that, al though an eDtrymau has made au en try ot HiO acres ot land, be still may take a full 3'i0 acres of desert land instead of tbe 100 acres heretofore permitted. WILL NEED FRUIT CANNERY HERE The Dallas Observer says that there is an opening for a fruit canneiy there, and that berries and small fruits grow well. It baa been de monstrated that an established can nery raises the value ot land within four miles suitable for its products from t to !U0 an acre. Manufac turer putting bis money into can- ery risks mote and makes less tban the land owners. A cannery enables a farmer, wbo could barely make a liviug before, to be able to retire on bis rental income after a cannery has run a year or two aud given indica tions of remaning. There will also be an opeuing tor a big plaut of that kind In Lakeview, so soon as tbe rail road reaches this town. Thanksgiving vacation of two days passed and the pupils have re turned to their work with renewed vigor. There has teeu a noticeably large increase of pupils dunug the preseut mouth Pupils from llolsteiu, Iowa, Las Animas, Colorado aud from Purtluud, Oregon, were registered Nov. '1'X Registration ou Nov. 12 at tbe close of tbe second school month was 275 pupils, at the preseut time it is about U'.H). Miss Johusou of the tilth grade had a very plaesaut aud instructive pro gram consisting of recitations and picture studies, ou Wednesday buforo Thanksgiving. Tbe first ana second primary depart meuts are at work ou their Christmas prograuis. We are pleased to note a call from Mrs Uailey during the past week. We should be pleased tu be able to mention calls from more patrons. Urn. W F. Payne returned TueaJ day ulght from her stay at Silver Lake. School Notes, WHO IS BACK OF PflRTI ANU.LAKF- yiCllf J? nT VILlY (V Ml' EfiN ROAD ? A New Move in the Ore gon Railroad Situation That Means Much For Lakeview SALEM, Or., Nov. Ji-Teo mil lion dollars id the capital of Ore gon's latest lailroal acquisition lieginnlng In the city of Portland running thence in a southerly and easterly direction iu au J through, the counties of Multnomah, Clack rnas. Linn, Cook, Klamath and Lake to Lakeview in the last named coun ty, or to a point on Uoose La-ke in that rounty, is the new road's pro posed route. .-. banch is also to be built connecting wtiu trie main line near the town of Lower iiri Ige, ou tbe Dea Chutes River, in Crook Couoty. coof inning thnce in au easterly direction in and through the counties of ('rook, Wbeelei aud (Jraut along the John Day river tj a point in or uear Canyon City; hIbo auotber branch -line commencing at Priueville, Crook County, run ning thence in a eoutherly and east erly direction through Crook and Harney Counties to Harney Lake or vicinity, according to a copy of the articles of incorporation filed with the Secretary of State today. ' Tbe new corporation will be known as tbe Portland. Lakeview A Eastern Railway Company, and . is orgauized under laws of the terri tory of Arizona, papers having been filed there November 12 by William S. Dexter, Charles E. Elgutter. Ed ward S. Robinson, James Burns, Sydney. Rheinstorm, incorporators, all of Omaha, Nebr. Pbeonix, Arizona is to be th principal place of business nf ttit new corporation, with a blanch to Portlind, Or., iu which latter place stock holders may meet and tbe directors have offices and transact aot all business of tbe road. Tbe corporation is authorized to con struct, maintain, operate and own a rail road or railroads in tbe terri tory of Arizona and the State of Oregon, and in such others as it may later acquire tbe corporate rights to enter. Single and double tracks and telephone nd . telegraph lines are included in tbe equipment of tbe line. The terminal in Arizona is to be Phoenix, Marcopa County, and others yet to be determined, while tbe terminal in Oregon has not yet been decided upon. Tbe papers set forth that about 500 miles of tbe new road will be within Oregon's boundaries. There are 100 000 shares of vtock of tbe par value of fiOO each, fully paid and nonassessable. The life uf tbe corporation i set at X) years, with privilege of renewal, William S. Dexter. Edward Robin son and Sydney R. Rbeinstrom, of Omaha : George W. Passell. of Port laud ; Robert li Davey, of. Edgemont, S. D., and Louis H. Chambers and Heury li. Wilkinson, of Phoenix, Ariz., constitute tbe Hoard of di rectors. George W. Pllsse, 'Jt)5 Four teenth street, Portland, is given as the general agent within tbe statev of Oregon. KLAMATH MAKES BID FOR SETTLERS The Klamath boosters are busy, while here we are idle or relying on tbe efforts of tbe O V-L Co. to induce immigration. They recently got up sn agricultural exhibit, wbioh is to be showj at Chicago and also at Omaha. Among tbe articles forwarded are: Oats, 8 feet 3 inches tall; carrots 20 iuobes lung; blackberry vine (one year growth). 6 feet 6 inches tall ; alfalfa (second crop), 6 feet 6 iuobes tall; timothy hay 5 feet tall; petatoes weighing 5 pounds, cababgea '28 pounds, beets '28 pounds, turinps 15 pounds; apples almost as large as a man's bead, oniojs weighing 3 pounds. It seems there is a law in this stata that permits the county courts to devote 1,W0 each year for adver tisiug purposes aud that fund bas beu drnwu ou for the purpose of this exhibition. Lake couutv is neglecting a great opportunity in nut having a simi lar exbi bitiou at uch places. We have the goods, aud should let the homeeeekers know that such is the ease, by occular demonstration. The Merrill Record hivvm: Iwtri Goi ber ami A. T. Iinell broil :ht in forty-five head ol very tine brood nn re which were iinrcluiKed nf the lleryford Land and Cattle Compa jr it l.'ikfview. The jicnt It-men arc . 'iy ing; 100 head of the best young: in H res in the county for partiew lu Califor nia who contemplate ralslot; the tln est mulea to be lud li. S. Tatro'of the West Side, took; riianltgiv;ng; dluiierlQ towa. i. i uow.