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mark l burns
Ix-lng al out the same »lie but having per acre. I’liere is very little gov
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lai im \.
mon-of I be blush. For appearance, ernment land left, and practically
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culm Ing and quality, they are very nolle under tlu* Irrigation system ex (mull I» mv N«U«> I. I'»"1”
hard »«» heat. The sumo tree lias ap cept Sevcrsl thousand acres of the m .»■ipilaiH* »Uh m» i
Kkmuth Falls, Oregon.
W. O* srtITH, Editdr and Proprietor«
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ples on itow, lint no’t nearly *> many marsh lands, which have bw«n with of t ornir«"» «»I hm«* J. 1*’* «••»’"*
M |;iat rear. This IS the 8th day of drawn from entry, and when they are hir Hui »•!<■ «I Um«»'» ■•"••• ln 1
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Julv and these look like they might restuhsi tliey will probably cuuie ill ■ ■•Illiwnla. Hw» *•'* ’• •" 1
DR. WM. MARTIN
kcot until tluMvou
lltisse on lhe
tlie tree sliall
shall like the **l<i«ebud Agency,” In Puko
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bectmie ripe. I have heard of the ts. Alao according to the irrigation
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two ixi la s the year in advance
Soutidncas lit tlie apples here, mid mt, (he Secretary of tin' Interior b.,..- Ilf Kl.m«>l> .................... ' "
ol (lvra.in. ha» itH'i•'»
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their freedom from worms remarked iiuiv cut down the amount of each state
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Klamath Falls, Ore., Thursday, September 7 19051 in order to allow that in Hila c.ise at not ioss t|i.m tn acies. Under
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irriga n< Metlon S., em T. on.i.ir
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least there Is truth in it. It seems to lion here one dues not need tu» much No. It', It W M »na «m «*' ' I'"”1
be eotitideiitly <’xp<s-ted here, that land as tile farming will I m » more In that ih» lami «><i«lu •• '" •<» '•l '*h' 11 '
tlie crop now on tlie vnuc land looks
when tlie valley shall lune Is'i'ii all tensive, and It seems to ule that the ttmbM m »i.».» ........ <•« «i"»«““'« '"'f
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w«4l. I have seen rye which 1 am itrigated. lhe danger from frost w ill
intelligent, Ind list rimm (amivi tn pov«. M»»d tv chfablPl» hi"1'4 ’ ’ 1 ' "
told is volunteer and the sixth crop
these valleys will wit hill a wry few . .................. < h.... » ».............. ' *' K
<l«iee sowing, I have also sev,n volun-
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Some of the sage brush land can !«• vrars isrupy a very enviable |Mwition. r»n«. Orogon. on Sslur.l*». ib» 1 '< ,u' '
J. U. Mason Writes Entertainingly leet wheat which promises a fair plowed without doing anything to it. The bills and mountains alsiimd In N,.,.nit~r. I»- m•’
KLAMATH FALLS SODA WATER
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Sam » C»ri»'<•*•••• '• '
light crop and witli more rain it
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of Kiamsth Coutfty.
Tlie I.liger sage brush will cost from lhe tilicst saw timber awaiting the Smith, omi J« »ph »mllh. •» •" M»»'*1"
wotihl have been good. Also volun
$2.00 to $5.00 per aeie to lure It mills tu turn it into lumber.
W Idle OI»),m An» ami »H | k <
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teer potatoes which promise a fairly cleared. There are machines here to all kindsuf stis'k do well, I am con
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REFiiESHIHG SUMMER DRINK
»vr-rh th» abo>» .l.’wnb.. I 1« " • • » ' r" •'
(The Eureka. Kaa., Herald.)
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good crop. 1 mu told that potatoes which 4. «, or8 horaware hitched and
vinced especially since seeing what r,l lo HI» Un ir «-laiin» m Ilo» oi”. , ou .........
on tlie slopes of the lulls and moun it takes a swath 6 or 8 feet wide.
Manufactured In all Flavors
Klamath Falls. Or., July 3, 1905.
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blue grass and white clover will do, I»r* »abi «Ui >I»J "I
ltear Editor Having promised tains next to the valley without irri Then tlie brush is raked with a re with no miil sunnner drouth to cut
< i . Hinder. K<rriv«r.
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. viT.il of mv Greenwood County gation, yield well, but •*<>( heavilv volving rake and then burned. The it short, that tills hs-ahty Isundoiiht-
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friends, that I would write them a and that very little cultivation Is re land can lie put in pM-fect order tlie edly adapted to a dairy business of a
n c,’Jiis part of the country. quired. This much 1 know, that first plowing. Irrigation was begun very high order. ’Flits also sevins tu
l.iig that a description which there are plenty of last year's pot;« here some twenty years ago. and what be the home of the bee. t'crtalulv
would give anythinglike an intelligent toes here now, and the quality 1 lune it will do on tliese sage brush lands is the quality of honey produced here
..lea of what is to be found here, never seen excelled. I am informed well known to tliese |>copk’. There is cannot be excelled.
would require such leaglhy letters I that the yield can be largely increas only a small per cent of these 1.unl.s in
The people here arc of an Intelli
W. B. McLaughlin
but unless it b«' judi
have concluded to ask The Herald to ed bv
gent enterprising ami kind hearted
cuilivat ion however.
will be at the ex-
publish a letter which they all and cious"
The tule marsh lands are low level class, most of whom are Americans,
many more may see, 1 have waited pense of the quality.
lands along tlie river and lakes in with a few Kugllsh, German and
Tlie cereals grown are wheat, oats,
hi < it def toget lieltei acquainted w ill)
places, which are cevenxi a part of Scandinavians.
1 he countrv ami conditions here, be barley and rye. I have been told of the time, and some of them all lhe
Tlie sparsely settled state of the
fore writing, and still liesitatc, as 1
time, with water from a few niches community has necessarily rendered
never like to pass on a case until the under irrigation, the truth of which to a few feet deep, and have grown sclbsds and churches somewhat scarce
I have no reason todouM. tlie largest
evidence la all in.
up in tides gigantic hrusli«’*. These hut the fact that. In spite of difficul
Realixlng in this case however, that living i>3 bushels of wheat to the acre. inimeuse crops of ieget.it ii n decay Ing ties incident to li'ek of transportatlnn.
I'm evidence mil continue, and in- Corn is not grown at all except Hie and mixing witli th« silt which is be there is now under construction, tn
th-cd not cease to accumulate, 1 will sweet corn, which seems to do well.
ing continually carried in from tlie tlie county seat, a county high school
In dry farming, i e., without irri
■ o ‘foie now try to tell as neatly as
mountains by tlie water, together building al a cost of 42V.5U0 and a
t c,.n what this section of country lias gation. stockmen grow a great deal of with tlie myriads of water fowl, building fur Hie grades at a cost of
to offer the immigrant, as 1 see it on rye for hay, as it is easily produced, which have for ages at certain times $18.000 speaks well for tlie people
growing a VQluuteer crop year after
this short acquaintance.
in the year literally swarm in these here from an educational standpoint.
It is possible that I may make some year. Alfalfa appears to be very tine marslies. combine, it would seem to1 There is a Presbyterian church and
PHONE MAIN 1OÔ
mistakes, but 1 d<> not mean to. ana
to make these lands as rich as soil a Metliodist church which have regu
it anyone shall come from there here
lar pleaching, and I mu told I hat lhe
:;ud will bring the paper containing [>er acre according to best reports ob
Tlie testsof the government soil ex • Baptists are gelling ready to organ
lliis letter with him, 1 think he will tainable. and the feeding quality is pert show tlie nursli soil to be eight ize and build. Other towns in the
tind it to be sulwtantially correct. So of a very high order: Timothy is een feet in depth in many places and valley are Merrill, Whilclakc City,
far at least as the statement of facts also excellent in these valleys, pro nowhere it is shallow. It is liclieved . Botianxa and l>uiry. 1 am sorry t<>
e- concerned. Klamath Coun'y is 72 ducing. it is said, two to four tuns to that tliese lands will excel In the pro say that all of tlie towns here seem to
■ ik* wide from east to west in the th«' acre.
think it necessary for them to have
Blue grass and white clover have 1 dtictioii of timothy hay, led clovt r.
Central and southern part, by one
* oats, cabbage, celery, asparagus and saloons, but 1 hope to see the time
hundred miles north and south only been grown on lawns aud in root crops including sugar beets.
when tliey will realize their mistake
small patches where tliey got started
through tlie central part.
Tlie roads are quite dusty and 1 am and lie willing to correct it. I am
It is more than four times the size
that in lhe winter aud early told that a majority of the country
bi tlie state of Rhode Island. It con irrigated I liave seen the tallest and spring tliey get very muddy.
people are in favot of this change,
tains within its borders a marvelous 1 think tlie heaviest growth of both
Furnished Rooms v/ith or
There are mosquitoes here, but no t hie of tlie great needs of tins valley
variety of mountains and valleys, of especially lhe white clover, that 1 chiggers nor chinch bugs. There aie for all these years lias been transpor
lakes and streams, of hot springs and ever saw anywheje. I showed this but lew flies as yet, but I am told tation« Now* that Government irri
springs that are ice cold, of sage I blue grass and wiiite clover, to three tliey will be quite plentiful liter in gation is assured, there are two rail
brush plains and tide marshes, of pine
roads preparing to build in here. One
forests abounding in wild game, and do. Men who understand irrigation,
As tocllmatc, the people here rlalui of these the California northeastern
\'S and streams teaming with fish. and I asked them if this land seeded
Ims purchased land for an addition to
In tlie north west part of thecounty like tiiat would not support one good it is not subject to sudden changes, ‘ th»> town, and announced a few days
is Crater Lake National Park. Crater dairy cow to tlie acre, during the pas and thus far. I have found tiiat to be ¡since that II is now ready to begin
Corn e Main and 11 th Sts.
Lake is one of the wonders of the
c. T. BONNEY,
tlie work of const t net ion. This ruad
Klioialh Fall», Olegiin
Pacific slope. The lake is said to be
about ten miles across and the water do exceedingly well here on the native
Attorney and Counsel at Law
south of here on Hie Southern Pacitie.
I’lmne Main I*'
'«mit 21(10 feet deep, the rim Horn grass, and tire milk and butter is tine. Hie shade and tlie nights are cool. It j The McCloud road Is now under con
1.1.mi olri” \l'Stra< I» .1 NprriaHy
ivoo to 2000 feet above tlie water, 1 Al! stock seem to do well. IIarse's in
struction and has about -to miles to
and MOO feet above the sea. Klam a general way seem livelier tl^m tliey larger here than in Kansas and for build, to reach Laluls. at the lower
ath Falls, the county seat, is situated <!o elsewhere that 1 have been. It is tie last two winters tlie mercury has end of the lower lake, where it will
< a New Worden liaildisg
in lhe south west part of the county i I claimed by some that tliey can stand
If this is true it is point on two or three mornings only, meet transportation by water.
about one and a half «niles below Hie I more work.
Tliese are some of the facts as 1 see
lower end of Upper Klamath Lake, on •tbariitlcss due both to climatic cvndi- but it has lieen known to lie as low as i them, and as tliey have liecii reported
Link River anil tlie beautiful little, ■ tions and feed. They have the finest 1 eighteen below. 1 have seen no hard to me from what seem to lie reliable
Lake Ewauna. Link Hirer flows from and cleanest threshed oats that 1 ever storms here and it is claimed there sources. This country and climate
ppor Klamath lake into this lake, saw. Stock is said to do well on the! i are none, and very little thunder and ; will m>t suit everybody, but here is i
.' !i/- tile outlet of this lake is Klam range seven to nine months in tlie lightning. The country is claimed to i rich soil very productive, witli an
year. Poultry does very well ind“—’. : be and seems to l>e quite healthful.
Sumnnr Novelties. Lawns. Dim-
Now let no read« r conclude rrom j ' The u.sjtorr vay that children are very [ abundance of water to irrigate it, al
Tlie town has a population of about
very reasonable prices.
200 and it has a beautiful location.
¡ties. Percales. Shombtays. In
Tlie fact that the government Is
>'■■ ling as it does in a cove of the foot to convey the idea that here is to be| ! would seem that the marshes would willing to expend in tliese valleys TIMBER L’.XD ACT JI NK 1. I* < xotick
iniis. v. Inch are ‘-rock ribbed and] found a place of perfection, or even,
dia Linens, Linens. Calicoes,
*■1,400,000 shows Hie coWtidence It
i . Lsk< « .••«» Oregon,
ft:i • <
sttn.” while in tlie dis- approaching it. The more 1 see of ' he scarcely any of It. The almcnce of lias in these lands and waters after a Cnit»*d Bfates Land
. to oe seen mountains, some > this world, tbc more 1 am impressed
Laces. Embroideries, Stockings
year's tliorongh investigation by a | rornplian^i* « ill» 11»? urov ialoi t of the art of
■ li are snow capped, the most, with ils beauties and wondcis, and which is 4086 feet. An abundance of : corps of competent engineers. Peo i Congress of Juue 3. If74, entitled " An a *. f »r
piuminent Mount Shasta atiout one
and a fine line of Gloves
ple are coining in every day i>y si age ! th? »ale of limber lands in lb? * str« «»I Cal«
hundred miles to the south of us. in Giver of every good and perfect gift,’ j I many wells being only from 10 to So loads to look at the country and a ¡fornia, Orefon, Neva Is an I Ws«hittg'<>ti Ter
’ilitornia, towering aloft in his white; for the sustenance and development
large itr Igration is lonAdently ex ritory,” eitcn<|e«| to all the Public l.aud
:....nt)e 14400 feet high and reminding of man, but he who expects to find ernment lias decided to put in a sys pected. The vast amount of money ' .States by set of August 4 IRf.* H arret» kMmlth,
All Afijwnd ma«riputai'*? «ri
' .,e of ghostly sentinel keeping guard perfection in country or people, this tem jf irrigation in these valleys, lo to be expended here by Hie govern- ; of Neu Loit’ion. county <>i < hehali«, Miate of
j Washington, ha« ibis day filed in ih>« ofli - *
Ihr Peint an t Paata hratfc
side of the millennium, is doomed to cally known as Klamath Basin, em
■i’.er all around him.
bracing about 250.000 acres at a cost !
. hl« kworn staian <*n' No 2WM for lhe pnrrha«e
lhen there ia the lake and the val disappointment.
St?,. Mac J.». H’j l«W4. W, WK e
The worst drawbacks which 1 have 1 of 94.-ino.OOO.0O. 'I’he project em- ple opening up farms will undoubted-1 <»f the
ley in front. Across tile valley to east
ly make times lively here. The gov- MccXI, Tp 37 K R 12 K W M and will offer proof
about twelve miles distant, wecansee been able to find hcreso far aside from • braces also tlie drainage of the marsh i eminent engineers are now making i to show that lhe land sought is more valuable
Lost river gap. where Lost river flows drouths, which are to be over-come by lands and the irrigation of them. Tlie ; surveys for tlie permanent loe.it ion <>! i for ila timber or stone than l<>r agricullural
through between Hie mountains on Government irrigation, are late whole cost is estimated to be $18. 60 ' the canals, and it is expected that J purposes, and to citabllsh in* claim to said
t/'ariy the same level as this valley. springs and liability to frost, Tlie I per acre payable in annual payments ! they will soon lie really to let tlie * land before Geo. Chaplain, Clerk of Klamaih
This is tlie gap where Captain Jack in late spring of course shortens the without interest. This will amount I contracts for the work of construe- Co. at his office at Kiaiaatb Falls, Oregon, on
time of the Mis’ War. after having grow ing season, but I am told the to less per acre, per year than is paid ¡tien. Possibly 1 have ouiitU*«) tlie i Tuesday, the ?4st day of October, ¡995. lie
scourged the valleys above, brought autumn is fine. The frost seems to by farmers in many localities to ir-i i very thing which souteone desires to names as aittiow. Bernard Krurk«*nb«*r(cr
his warriors through and, skirting vary with different localities, and one rigatlon companies as water rent; I know. I shall be very glad to answer , of Roseburg, Orrgoti. Lynn A U*Uoy of £lma,
Wash. Dalle 11. Carr, oi Hoquiam, W<*b an 1
«round Hie foot of Stukel mountain time it will affect one place and at an I whereas in this case at tlie end of the ! any inquiries the iiest 1 can. Please William
King of II«»*« bug, Orc Any ami all tl
sknrried awav down Hie vaHey to the other time another place. Some ten years, when all liave paid up. the
bear in mind tlie fact that if 1 am persona claiming ad$cr*ely the above «1«*
lied«, where there are great caves people sajr that it is useless to try to farmers will own tlie system. Tin* away ’out here at the edge of tlie I acrlbrd land» arc requested to file tite r rlaluis
will; springs in them and where tliese raise garden stuff on account of frost. Government builds it in the Iiest and earth. 1 am not forgetting the dear In Ibis office on or b-*iore »aid 3lst day of Ort«
bad cached fisid, and were ! while others say they are mistaken. most substantial manner and tlie far- friends in Kansas. So long as I live ober, !9(ki.
J. N. Watson, Regiatcr.
s is « a . .; out indefinitely.
♦ < While these do not deny but that! I1,ers liave to pay back only what it tliey will always have a warin place
To-the southeast tlie valley is a
in my lieart. With kind regards and
Tou n 1 rcaiurer’i Notice.
eotnparitively level plain across which they say that industry aud persever- i **hig interstate waters, tlie Govern best wishes for everybody, I am
Notice iw hereby given that there nrr
we can see for about twenty-five ance in Lilis direction, is usually well •*>*•’« has appropriated tlie use of these
Yours Very Truly,
iuntl.M in the town treasury for il.v re
C tiling I hare noticed ‘«U'eaius. and the immense water power
miles. On either side are hills and rewarded. One
J. B. M ason .
demption oi tin? following warrants:
mountains rising abruptly from the
* iinuM i! v . lo n II H k * n*'vT f nwifiitna errat« <1
are | prlae, so that the owners of the land
plains, and back of which open out people who do not plant things _
1232, 1233. 123», 1235, 12344, 1237. 123N, hy HaitroA«! «nd T« l> Kr«pli (' »im ah . <
want VíMJNU fWN an l I.AUII
of r . «i
TL__ _ "are _ a tinder this irrigation system, will also
from this, other valleys as beautiful not apt to grow them. There
Administrators Sale of Real Property
and fertile as this one and all comb I few gardens here and there and in : y*” **>e water power. . The fall of
fr< ni thin date.
the Upper lake to this
ing in a scene which for beauty and some of them, tlie growth
I Wed at Klamath Falla, Oregon, thia
Notie« ia hereby given, that in ptirananee of
the!town' U miles is #5 feet, and tltc fail
picturesqueness is really charming. tables would, I think,
an order of the County Court, of Klamath 15th day oi June, !!•>«>.
But for Klamath river tliese valleys
J. W F hcmkrh ,
have been _ ’cases I,lc valley, is 1800 feet in twelve miles County, Oregon, duly made and enter? I on
would be a lake. Upper Klamath mense. While there
the 31xl day of AuguAt, lOhi, in the niaLer of
Wi* furnifih 75 I« r »« nt of ||,. <»pe rafor«
lake is some twenty-live miles long in which there was material damage to say nothing of the rapids in othci the eMate of Robert G. GalbrcAth, deceased,
»nd MiAflon Aicntn In Atnvrir« <iof .,t
»Chonl’i arc l|;.* I afk »»*! I-X«-Iu-K<* Tri* rrai h
I the u nderMgncd, the adminiri rat or of the aaid
«nd two to twelve miles wide. Lower done by frost, I have asked several old streams.
IN I HI W <>MI f)
As a matter of fact, the amount of «Mile, will on and after Saturday, the 50th
«•’it ith lake is about 12 miles south resident farmers, if they have ever
vrar« and endorMd
all i< (uiitiM Kail«»«
McCLOUD RIVER RAILROAD
of kiainath Falls and is part in Ore
We « Mt ciift a
bond Io every kfndent
I rash in hand, Aubject to confirmation by th?
gon and part in California and some in which they have lived here, any oped fnttn this water power and the
to fnrnlhli him of b« r a i>o*uh>ti |. r \ ( ¿
all the right, title and Interest and
Time Table No. 9, July 20, 1905
from ll'i m Ko h rnonili In Hint. ■ . M i <,i n .
15 or 20 miles long. There is a thing like a failure from frost, and possibilities as to what may be done ¡Court,
! CRtate of the said Robert <». Galbreath, decras- From IT pt on
H(-rky .M oii ' I a I iia , or from |75 io fl«ai n
V.eauiboat on the upper lake large they have each said they have not. with it are so vast that one fails to 1 rd, at lhe time of hi« death, and all the right,
month III Mtalik a . -I of llo IU x klrB, |Mme.
diatrl* upon khi I ui I¡-»o
«■bough to carry 200 passengers or 1 have seen no effect of Hie frost on appreciate them. £nd this is all sc- title and Interest that th? a M«1 catate haw by
Ni utli’li Ir tan (filer al any lime S<«
more and there is another now being
ration* F>»r full l artit ii’Arh rtmi Lii,- n) .
operation oi law or otherwise, acquired of het
(if our H liri.il« u rue din * t Io Uiir • v.»utivi
built here for tlie lower lake and the but some fifteen or twenty miles from j ers of land under this system of irri than or in addition to that of *ald Robert G.
office al <'Inclnhail, <• < atnl< k < h * If.
| here 1 saw three or four fields of rye gation. No one person can get a Galbreath at the time of hiw death, in and to
The lands in tliese valleys are of about the 28th of May in which there water right for more than 100 acres, the following described real properly; Lots
two classes, viz., sage brush lands i were perhaps ten percent of the heads as the intention of the Government in , On? and Two of flection Thirteen, Township
Buffalo, N. Y.
m I of Willamette Meri
1 t ■’<; marshes. The soil of the
f ige 6, ush lands is a sandy loam,
We arrived here on the 18th of May for lipines and not for speculation.
Texnrkurni, Tex. Hau Fran< i»co, Cal
bated at Klnmath Falls, Oregon, this 31st j
Varying from a darker heavier soil and after tiiat time saw frost which Therefore men who have large tracts day of August, 1906.
with net much sand to a soil lighter seemed to me must kill all garden of land may deed 100 acres to t heir : Hamuel Dixon, Administrator of the estate
A«h Creek Junction
bi color and more sandy. Some places stuff and fruit, ami 1 beieive it would 1 wives, and loo acres to each child, of Robert G. Galbreath, deceased.
being quite sandy. It works as tine I liave diaie so in some oilier places. but they must agree to sell the bal-|
II W. Keesee.
as one could wish.
Attorney for Administrator.
1 but here, so far as I liave __
fruit «nee before the government will pro.1
Prof. W. S. Slough, who was form only was damaged. The
people here CPe<l vvith the work of construction-!
erly Supt. of public schools of Green say that the fruit crop is short, much At least W5 per cent of the land under
wood County, Kansas, and myself shorter than last year, but notwith the project must tic subject to such
Notice of Filing of Flnsl Account.
Water V. mile writ Algomah
Lave engaged in the real «»tnte busi- standing this, I have seen several
H. O. Johnson,
M II Burkhalter,
new together and as 1 had much to apple and cherry trees which were land is held at from $50 to $80 per
Notice 1« hereby given that John V Hou.ton,
learn about tliese lands we got a two very full and a few pears, peaches and acre. Unimproved sage brush land, *4mlnl«tr*tor of lhe elate of J. JU. Houtlon.
inch . anger and bad a mi
put on ii
it' i other fruits. Tbe raspberries, black-, r,Kll"*e Lv government project Is deee.Mttl, ho* Sled tit» flttel eoooent end that
. uik pui
11et long and I take it with me lierrles. gooseberries and red currents filing at from $12 to $30 per acrcac- Monday lhe Olli day of October. A. 11. IWV», ha.
whcii 1 go to show .and to anyone nearly all 1 have seen are very full. I cording to quality and
anil location. I been fixed by the court a. the Ume for hearing
.....1 we bore ,1
... These can be put in first class con-j
into ., the ’.. soil. Usu
The people are I
, the fruit like d|tion for crops at once. There are of objection, to tueb Ariel account and the I
RALEIGH & CO.
There are Mltlement thereof; all person' Intereated In
ally there is very little change in the tl«ey are by the garden,
irden, many have R(
on tbe »aid eataleare hereby notified to fie pres-
marsh i. lands
to i be
<•.. so far down as that will reach, It been afraid to plant
trees on account
-> 1 1 ply growing lighter in color as we of frost and also lack of rainfall. Now per acre but they will probably not. »nt at the courtroom tn the town of Klamath
go down. A small per cent of this many of them wish they had planted last long at that price. The marsh
her, A. D. 1905, at 10 o ..
’clock a. ""
»and is now being farmed and has years ago. Ast write, there are ap lands will require more time to pre- objection» they ........
Prompt nn<l careful attention
may have to the Anal »Cttie*
pm en itself tu be exceedingly pro- ples on iny desk, grown last year by pare them for crops as they contain mont, and allowance of Maid final account.
to all orders................
__ I m given
*F.o in favorable seasons, and I Mr. Slough, on the only tree he had, such a mass of tide roots except where Tbla
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprwlor.
..ve been told of wheat making 15
which Is about eight inches in diam
bushels per acre with no rain after ft eter and from winch he gathered ten there are no tales, in that case they entered the 30th day of August, 1905, directing
.ms stalled in the spring. Grain bushels. Four bushels of these lie can be seeded to crops as soon as they this notice to be published In the K lamatii
R epublican a naWMpaprr printed and publish
Examining Titles Cleanliness and Good
■ e Is almost nil spring sowing except wrapped in paper and put in the cel are drained.
MCDONALD & SON
cd al Klamath Falls, Oregon, for 1 aucccH’dv«
of city, farm ami
«»<•. 1 know a farm 4 miles front lar and says he has found only one de
Ranches for dry farming and stock-
consecutive weeks, the first publication to
timber lands, which wa will l>(, |,|,.HHC,|
• in on which I am told the wheat cayed apple among them. I do not raising, witli plenty of outside range and
be mad«.* on August 31.1905.
bi>t year make 35 bushels to the acre know what variety they arc. '1,
^("(,7 can be had for, Improved $10 to $20
VERY BEST OF MEATS to »how to Imine.... Iters sml Investors.
J. V. Moreoff,
Also Agent for LON DO A I
Q to Siu
oats <m, without irrigation and look some* Ita* like the mnldeti'shhi'h . nor
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