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Notice to Stockholders
Me Be cm m II
The Stockholder« of the Klamath
a waluouie tor you al
Water Uaera Aaaociatioo are hereby
' notiflad that the following amendment«
Dairy is pleasantly situated on the
Grace M. E.eburvb.
went aide ol lonna Valley, near the
ServiviMi will I h » hahl Sunday In the
to the By-law« of «aid ■«•wiation will
i be aubmitted for their «cceptanee or
center of Klamath County
new Mrlhodlft Church
rejection at the next annual mewting of
two good general store« with enter-
the «tockholdere to be held in Klamath
prising up-to-date dealeia who enjoy
Bible School ..................... .... 10 a. in.
Falla. 0r«4, on the 4th day of April,
a large trade from surrounding val
190ts at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M.:
leys; a hotel and feed l-arn, and a
H p. tu.
That Section 1, Article II. of aaid
It is surrounded by a
Epworth l«eagu«i ........... .7 :lft p. in.
All communications submitted for publication in the columns of this paper By-Lawa. be amenued to read aa fol
rich (arming community with which
A hearty welcome to all.
will be inserted only over the name of the writer. No non de pluuie artii'lee low«:
it ia connected by a farmers* tele
P. t llNKIJN. Paator.
will be published.
The annual meeting of th* stock-
phone line ami also a long distauce
holder« of the asaociation »hall be held
line. Is on the stage line, twenty
at Klamath Fal a. Ore., at a place to
The first issue of tbe Dorris Booster,
Sheepmen May Lease
miles east of Klamath Falls.
Preaching eervicea next Sunday al II
be deaignated by the Director«, and
under tbe management of \V. H.
o'clock a. in. and N o'clock p. m. Sun
J. F. Kinil>all returned last Thursday ; »tated in the notice hereafter provided
We have a few inches ol the l>eauti(ul day ech«M>l al M> o'chn-k and IV Y. I*, u.
Bohannon, made its appearance last from Lakeview, where he completed the for. on the firat Friday immediately
preceding the flr»t Saturday in June of
at 7:15 p. ui. Everyone Invited.
Friday. It ia a 7 -column folio and be- leasing of practically all of the Weyer each year, at the hour of 2o’clock P. M. snow in Dairy, but not as lunch ae they
have in the upper and of the valley,
P hkshytkrian C hurch
aides being replete with epicy news,
Bible School Sunday morning at 10
ty. He will remain in Klamath Falla By-law »hall be held in the year 1909). where there is eight inches.
items from Northern Siskiyou county it
That Section 2, Article V, of said By
The IIoot Owl on the bill never fails o'clock; morning worship at 11 o'clock;
! some time making leases on the com
carries a splendid line of live advertis pany's property West ol Klamath lake. laws. lie amended to read a« follow«:
to warn us of an approaching storm. Chriatain Endeavor at 6: 80; evening
At all election« any owner of atock of We wool I like to know where they get worship at 7: 30, midweek prayer meet
ing which gives assurance that the
The Weyerhaeuser, Hopkins, O-hkosli
this asaociation, whoae asaeasni^nt»
Booster and its editor will have a pros and McCloud people osn about titW.JtX) have been fully p. id. is a qualified their inloiuiation, but they lia\e it and ing on Wednesday evening at 7' 38,
teachers meeting on Saturday evening
acres of land in Klamath and Jackson eh-ctor and shall be entitled to one vote give the warning hoot every time.
at 7: 80. Kegular asaaion meeting the
Counties, running South to the Califor for each and every share of the stock
Kev. Barnes proved himself a worthy
nia line. This land ia practically un owned by him, not, however, to exceed preacher of the piont-er type by walk first Monday of tho month at 7: 30.
The Meno Club meets the first Thurs
The terrible holocaust in the Cleve graded and includes some of the best in the aggregate ItiO vote*.
That Section 2. Article 111, of said ing from Bonansa to Dairy on Satur day evening of the month at M o'clock.
land Ohio, public school, that had for grating grounds in this section.
; By-law«, be amended to read a« fol
The 1-adies Aid a«>ciety nwets the sec
It is reported that W. O McKendree.
ing back to Bouansa,
its victims upward» of 200 children ought
ond Thuraday afternoon in the month
Dave Edler and other large sheep men
Each Director shall at the time of
to be a lesson to every community in
at 2: 80. The 1-adie» Missionary socie
are organising an lwunense corpoiaiion i 1 his election be a qualified elector and
the land. Every little while tbe nation for the purpose ol securing control of the owner of lands situated in the irri of the nearby ranchers In after their ty meets the fourth Thursday of the
mail Saturday. In diaciiMing the storm
month at 2: 20 o'clock.
is aroused be just such a catastrophe. this vast area of grating land and put gation district to which shares of stock
| of this association are appurtenant. W. I.. Welsh predicted that it was the
G eo . T. P ratt .
It bestirs itself for a short time and then ting about 50.0UÜ shy«p on it. Hereto- ¡ 1 and shall also be a resident of the dia- winding up ol winter, but allow«-«! it
settle« back into fancied security. fire Klamath County has been almost I trict.
might lake several week« to gel it
exclusively a cattle country and has not I That Section 4, Article III of said wound up.
Throughout the nation today the closest
been invaded by the sheep men, but the By-laws be amended to read a* follows:
It ia administered by a Kentucky police
scrutiny is being given to the conditions exhaustion of free range and the leasing
judge The judge says after a drunkard
l'he annual election of Directors,
of public schools and institutions of by the government and private owners commencing with tne year 1909. shall expects to be back to take up her has swallowed s quantity ol fish Iwina
learning and the lack of precautions in of tbe large body of reserve and timber be held on the first Friday immediately
under lua directions he will loose hia
precedidg the first Saturday in June of that her mother waa improving with
taste (or whiskey, and now when a
some is astounding. The price paid for lands, has given the sheep men an op each year, at the time of the regular chances ol an early recovery.
portunity to enter this county on an annual meeting of the association and
prisoner is brought liefore him in a
this investigation was a dear one, but
Colds ami sore throats seem to be
equal footing. As this body of land is such Directors shall hold their respec
drunken condition he gives him the
let us hope that it will not be in vain. so close to the railroad, the sheep men tive offices for one year, or until their fashionable since tbe storm began.
alternative of going to the work lioure
Here in Klamath county we want to recognise its value, as the wool and mut
Saturday in Dairy seems more like or drinking a pint o( tlsli brine.
the Board of Directors shall be elected
go into the matter. We understand that ton can be loaded on the cars at a much bv ballot, and a majority of the umtwr civilisation urns Sunday ch«ing has
been adopted, still there are a lew that
it has been the custom to keep all the lesser expense then if the grating of shares voted at the election shall be
have'nt calendars and come in just the
grounds were farther in tt.e interior. necessary for a choice.
doors in the high school building, except
Thai Section 2, Article II, of said By same. A few disappointments »ill
Unless the cattle men take son.« action,
This should not be tbe Klamath County may soon dispute with laws be amended to read as follows:
teach them after a while.
THE LAND MAN
Notice of such annual meeting shall
case. Every door in every echool build- Lake and Crook Count<ee,tlie reputation
Jack Horton passed through the val-
be given by publication tn at least three
in tbe county ought to be unlocked from of being the greatest »beep producing newspapers published weekly within ley Tuesday with 250 head of cattle on bia
the irrigation district; such notice shall way to the reservation where he has
8: 90 to 4: 30.
Another change that counties in Oregon.
In speaking of the matter with Mr. be published not lesa than thirty days feed for them.
List your land for sals with this
ought to be mace is to bang every door
Kimball, he admitted that Mr. McKen before the date of holding such meet
office; we have buyers for all
so that it will open outward instead of dree had approached him on the subject, ing.
class«» of Klamath
That Section 4, Article II, of said By end of tbe valley Thursday eve. We
into the room. This will prevent a re but that his instructions from the com
are not at liberty to give names at pre
currence of the Cleveland disaster. pany were to consider tbe local applica
sent. Ball alter the wedding.
There the children crowded against the tions for leases first. "Klamath County
Dr. Johnson was called to see Mrs. G.
people,” said Mr. Kimball, “will be fa
given by publication in the same man
door. If it had opened out of the build
vored in making leases. We will be at ner as for regular meetings; such no G. Anderson Wednesday, the trouble ia
The only acreage adjacent to
ing instead of into it, few, if any, lives a great expense patroling the land and tice shall be given not lesa than twenty s severe case of tonsilites.
Klamath Falls for sals in small
would have been lost. Fire drills should we will have to lease it, but I believe it days before the date of such meeting,
tracts. More than a »core of
Unless present plana fail there will be
and shall contain the order of the Board
people have secured sites for
be held at irregular periods and some can be arranged as satisfactorily as it of Directors calling auch meeting, stat a teachers institute at Dairy on the
ing the purpose for which said meeting 16th iust.
system whereby the halls could be filled
with smoke ongbt to be inaugurated, the
By order of the Board of Directors
Need Better System
Keep out of the stock market; it is
children being warned beforehand that
K lamath W ater U sers A ssociation , filled with anaree aud pitfalls and is on
ara the beat buya on the market
The small blase Thursday evening at
during fire drills the smoke system
C. P. Chastain, Secretary.
place for an honest man.
would be reeorted to. This would pre
school, was extinguished by a bucket
Only the full-fed philosopher can
vent tbe panic usually caused by the ap
bricade before the fire department
make a really convincing argument.
pearance of smoke in the building.
arrived on the scene and before any
tion. Make np your mind not to bl*y
material damage was done to the build
anything you do not need, and stick to
THE LAND MAN
it like a dog to a root.
In th« Circuit Court of th« State of OrotxL for
The manner in which the alarm was
th« County of Klamath.
Just hold on to yourself till the lan-1
Tbe contest for timber lands ia Klam given is strong argument in favor of
Mary J. Johnaon. Plaintiff, ys . Char I vs Johnaun.
ath and Lake Counties has now reached tbe installation of the alarm system for is dry enough to work without being Defendant, Suit for Divorc«.
the stage when land office officials must which the city has contracted. There lumpy.
To Chartea Johnson, th« abov« nam«d Defendant
You are hereby required to apps-ar and answer
deaide the merits ol the various claim was a misunderstanding or a mistake
There are fewer red noses among th« complaint fl led a<ainat you in the above en*
ants. One of the many hearings ordered somewhere for fire Chief C. T. Oliver
farmers than any other class of people titled »ait. on or before Thursday, th« 28th day
by the register and receiver of the Lake started across tbe river in search of th»
of March 1W. bein< the last day of th« time
view land office took place before County conflagration, while others of the de
prescribed in th« order for th« publication of thte
5. B. ORIZZLE
•ummona. the flret publication thereof bain* on
Clerk Geo. Chastain Tuesday and Wed-
KLAMATH FAI Idi
the 13th day of February, 190«; and If you fail bo
neeoay of this week, when Mrs. V. X. to determining the location. The boys,
•As we have bootblacks so they've to appear and answer, for want thereof th« plain»
Wood, timber and atone applicant, and however, lost little or no time in pnll-
got toothblacks In the 8unda Islands," tiff will apply to th« Court fur the relief prayed
J. M. Sasser, homesteader, submitted ing the carta up tbe hill and considering »aid a traveling man.
fur in th« complaint herein, to wit: For a decree
diBBolvinr th« bond* of matrimony now existing
evidence to determine their respective tbe befuddled alarm turn«-d in, they did
"What Is a toothblack?"
between plaintiff and defendant and for th« care
very commendable work in getting to
rights to tbe land in question.
"Don't you know? A tootbblack Lt
and custody of Juanita Ruth Johnaon. a minor
The greater portion of two day was re the scene ol the fire,
an old woman with a pot of black child, the isBue of said marriage, and th« coaita
Tbe new system will do away with paint, a gold leaf book aud a set of and diMburwfnenLi of thia suit; and for such
quired in taking the evidence, and tbe
From hut to but other and further relief aa to the Court may w*m
contestants, besides being compelled to the many possible chances for giving vegetable brushes
secure tbe services of attorneys, must the wrong alarm and for misconstruing she passes, and for a small fee—a yam, j«u»t and equitable.
Thi* aommona ia *erv4pd by publication thereof
a bunch of bananas, three cocoanut»—
pay a considerable sum in fees and for it when it is properly given. Another
she paints tbe Suu da Islander's teeth in the Klamath Republican, by order of the Hon.
transcribing the evidence so that the
a glistening black—all but tbe two II. L. Itenaon. one of th« Jud*es of th« First
fight for a slice of Uncle Sam’s land tection would be an additional hose front teeth. These she gilds. And tbe Judicial District of th« State of Ore<on. made,
while a decidedly uncertain preposition, cart stationed on top the bi’l where it Sunda Islander thereafter goes about dated and filed in this suit at Klamath Falla, Ore-
run. un th« 12th day of February. 1908. which
will prove iar more expensive than waa wonld lie of easy access when needed.
with a self conscious smile revealing Baid order require« that summons in thte suit be
anticipated by those who participsted in
a truly ku-ick-me-down dental display, published once a week for a period of six succes
a black aud gold symphony. It la a sive and consecutive weeks from th« 13th day of
tbe big rush of last Fall. While several
Taxes Coming In
common trick among tbe setulcivlllzed February. 1<MI
hearings have been held no decision has
H W. KEESEE.
In Macassar dark
One of tbe beet indications that K la to color the teeth
yet been rendered, establishing a pre
Attorney fur Plaintiff.
brown Is tbe popular hue, aud In Japan in -na
cedent for the determination of tbe num- math county is not in l«ad financial
oí Liren se No ¡19.
straights is the promptness with which among the unenlightened classes tbe
erouscontesta now pending.
teeth of wives are always painted
KLAMATH FA Lidl. OREGON
taxes are being paid. The tex roll was
Several parties who have recently handed the sheriff on February 10th for black. In such countries tbe tootb Department of the Interior. United State*
black Is an Institution. She goes from
proved up on timber claims have ex the collection of taxes and already more
house to bouse as full of gossip as a iakeview, Oregon, Jan. 20. 19toi.
perienced considerable difficulty in than »30,000 has been paid into the barber." — New Orleans Times Demo
Notice is hereby given that the Htste of Ore-
securing money for to pay for the lands. county exchequer.
gon has, under tbe provisions of the Act of
This is in a large measure due to ths
< ongress of August 14, 184M, and the acta sup
The total amount of taxes for the
plemental and amendatory thereof, made ap
panicky times of tbe past six months, year 1907 is in round numbers »140,000,
for prior to that time timber land was and that nearlv one-fourth of tbe total
In the midst of our tea drinkfug lu propriated, non mineral surveyed
KLAMATH FALLH, OREGON
considered ample security for several amount has already been paid is con the little f’nrlslau restaurant, says land as Indemnity for losses to Its | graut lor
ROOMS TAB, MURDOCK BLDG.
clusive evidence that the property own Miss Bet bain Edwards In an account common school purposes, to-wit:
Money, it must be admitted, is not so ers of this county are not suffering any of ' Home Life In France.” a gentle
Llst,No. 244. for ee^niv*^, See. 1, ns!4»«M.
manly Individual wearing a tall bat Hec. 11 Be‘4se%, Hec. 84, Tp 34 », and i
plentiful as it was a year ago and tbe de evil results from the so called panic.
aud frock coat entered and. after a Mec 2, Tp. Mi«., R 14 E W M , and Lot l’ Hee.
mand for timber not ae strong ae it was
DR. C. P. MASON
short colloquy with tbe young master, >. Tp MH , K. 151.. W X.
before tbe occurence of the financial
The registration of voters for the city passed out.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
flury. However, timber chums do not election began on March 2nd, and up to
"You would uever guess that geutle- above described lands are requested to file in
Bank A Trust Com
8° begging on the market and so far but date only 43 have registered. The First mau's errand," Marcel said, smiling, this office their said claims on or b«for« the
few cases have been reported where an Ward has 12 to its credit, the Second as be resented himself at tbe tea table 13th day of March, 1WJB.
J. n . WAraoN,
entry man has lost hie claim because he 21 and the Third 10. The registration
"He looked to me like a rather dis
2-13- 3 -12
con'd not gel funds to pay for tbe same. will close at 6 o’clock p. rn. on April 1st, tinguish«*! customer,” I repllttd. "gome
government functionary on half pay
and every voter in the city should reg
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
or an owner of bonds.”
Doot think yon can carry the world ister before that time if he wishes to ex
Department of th« Interior, United State« Land
Marcel smiled again.
WILL A. LEONARD
onjrour shoalders. Give the real of ercise the right of suffrage at tbe elec
"That well dressed gentleman, then, Office. Lakeview, Oregon, February 10. 1KM.
Notice 1« hereby elven that the State of Orason
the"folk • chance to lift with you.
tion in May. On advice of the city at supplies us with toothpicks, which bls
torney unregistered voters were not al wife makes at home. He calls ouce a has. under th« provision, of the Act of ConereM
of Auiruat 14. IMS. and the acta supplemental and
lowed to swear in their votes at last month and takes our orders. I dare amendatory thereof, mad« application for th«
year’s election, he holding that the city say be and his wife between them following deacribed unappropriated, non-mlneral
charter did not provide for such a pro make from $•> to »8 a week and con- surveyed public land aa Indemnity for loose« to
trlve to keep up appearances on that its grant for common school purposes, to-wlt
cedure. Doubtless the same ruling will
sum. It Is an instance of what on«
List IM. tor NEJ4NW44. Sec 24. T HS , B. 14
be made this year and hence every one ••«Ils ‘glided poverty.' ”
C. F. STONE
E.. W. M.
desiring to vote must register before the
Any and «11 paraone claiming adversely ths
ATTORNEY AT LAW
above lands are requested to Die In thia office
their Mid claims on or before ths »th day of
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
Deafness Cannot be Cured
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
DOLLARS PER YEAR
FRANK IRA WHITE
* 'A Bltaniont Dairy
PHONE ORDER« B 3
STAB LI ~ SHOP
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
Livery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle and Driving Horses
CHAS. R. BALDWIN
COLONIST RATH5 from all part« of ihe
t nlled States and Canada to all part« ot
Oregon and ths Northwr»l
Into effect bv the
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
Southern Pacific Company
(Lines In Oregon
I rom Ih» Principal Cllies ot Ih« Middle West
the Rates W ill He ss Follo* s
- »35 oo
CHICAGO - -
ST. LOUIS -
COUNCIL BLUFFS - -
OMAHA................................... »30 00
ST. PAUL.................................»30 W
Correepieidiiig ratea from all other Eaatern polnts.
al pleasure at all pointe in Or.-gon
Mills Addition Lots
FRANK IRA WHITE
The Cleanest and Best Kept Dairy de
livering Milk and Cream in Klanuth
Every Can and Bottle Sterilized
with Steam each day.
Our Cows are
fed and cared for under direction of Dairy
Division Department of Agriculture, a*
The Colonial Hate la the greatest of all homebuilder« Oregon ha« unlimited
resources and needs more people who desire homes and larger opportunities
Oregon people can accomplien splendid results by heralding thi« opportun ty
to all the wurltl. Send Oregon literature giving good reliable information al» ut
• he state, far and wide. Call on the above railroads for it If necessary.
FARE5 CAN BE PREPAID
Here at home if deaireJ. Any agent is authorised to accept the required deposi
and telegraph ticket to any point. Call on any O. It A N or S. 1' Agent
M c M urray
General Passenger Agent, Portland. Oregon
M rs . M. M c M illan .
Sample Rooms, Bar Room, Parlors, Two Club
Rooms, Etc., Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
C. C. BROWER
Of Old Continental Whiskey
Water Hill Whiskey
F F. K Rye
¡8 as pure as Government inspection can mnko
it. It is bottled in bond under Government su
pervision and that carriesdlie guarantee of abso
The Free Public Library is open every
evening from 6 ;30 to 10 o'clock; aud
Saturday and Sunday afternoons from
2 to 6:30 o’clock. A cordial invitation
ia extended to all.
A three-foot gap can make uselesa
three-mile» of good fence.
Ae a rule a cash insult ia promptly
A habit of running up bills baa run
down many a man’s reputation.
Mans worth ia measured by what be
gives the world, not by what be takes
► by local application*, a* they cannot reach the
1 N WATSON. Resisto«
dfneaasd portion of the ear. There is only on«
way to cure deafne«*, and that i* by constitu
tional remedies. Dealsi* caused by an In-
NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION
flamed condition of th« tnucou* lining of tbe .
DspatUnsnt of th« Interior. Land Offlcs at
Eustachian Tube. When thi* tube i* Inflamed ' I Lake, law. Ors«un. F«bruary W, ISO«.
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bear
Natka ia hereby siren that Roy F. Whitney, of
ing and when it is entirely closed, Deafness
Klamath Falls, Oracon. has Iliad notice of bl» In
is the result, and unless the inflamatlon can
tention to make Snal Bra year proof In support of
be taken out and this tube r«wtored to its nor*
: hia claim ria: Hofnaatead Entry No. SS7S, mada
mal condition, hearing will b« destroyed for
| Feb. 1. ISto. tor tho S14NWK. NH8WJ4. Section
ever; nine cases out of ton are caused by
If. Tp. n 8.. R 10 E. W. M , and that aald proof
Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
will be mad, before County Clerk Klamath (2o.,
condition of th« mucous surfaces.
al hia office at Klamath Falla. Or»«on. on tho Sth
We will give One Hundred Dollar* for any
day of April. 1W8.
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh; that can* |
He name, tho foUovins witneaeea to prove hie
not !>♦ cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cur« Send for
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the
land, vis Chas. Waear. Frank Johnston, Bort
F. J.CHKNKY A CO .Toledo, 0.
I HaU. J C. Craven«, all of Klamath Falls, Ors«on
Bold bv druggists, 76c.
J. X. WATSON. RsaMar.
Take Hall's Family Pills for eonstlpatiou.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
DR. WM. MARTIN
is the word that tells tho story, and when tho
government places its O. K. on whiskey you may
he aure it is pure.
C. D. WILLSON
0 Wholesale and Retail Dealer £
Office over Klamath County Bank
MENTION THIS hAHlK
E. B. HENRY
CIVIL ENUINEHR and SURVEYOR
All kinds of engineering and draughting
nines cash stone
Mail Order House m
Ofm • M.w, Mk -1.1-1-
...ul., M..I. ,i|,
Front and Osh St.
GROCÏRÏES ¿ECONOMIZE THRO JONEsV
The ; Buyers
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