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No More Big Tracts
Will Operate Creamery
NIAGARA LIME AND SULPHUR
According tu tlie Record the Merrill
Tli«- land rush laal\ lall lias wry
Mt. H bmox , C al .—Survey«>rs are ex
pected tu arrive at the Boyes Ranch, in creamery Is to be put in operation short appropriately been tsrnied ' The lawyers
Butte Valiev, near here, this aevk, an-l ly. E. E. Fitch has an option on the harvest,” Partie« coming from ¡.ski
the work of subdividing the ranch will plant at a reasonable figure, and a num view «ay that every at tornei in the town
ber of the farmer« in the immediate I« kept busy and many are worked i
The Bove# ranch has Iweu a fauioua vicinity of Merrill have signified a overtiui«* with land ea*-'«. Parli«» who
Materials for All Kinds of Spraying
ranch lor years, aud is the property of williugtieea to assist in the organisation entered the tight for a alive ol yellow
Also Grain and Seed Dipping. Call and See I
the Churchills, ot Yreka. They also of a stock company for its operation. piue land, are I'-atli to give up the «'on-
own the J. F. and Dorris Ranches, and The Merrill section is by nature adapt test and thus the lawyers got another
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
own about .30,01'0 acres iu that vicinity. ed to dairying, and the Record is right job.
All communications submitted for publicati n in the columns of this paper On accmint of their other large hold-
when it says:
In this city the land care* are 1er»
will be inserted only over the name ot the w iter. No non de plume article*
"It certainly has not been a monu numeron«, but »till some of the l-a-al
inga they have decidwJ to dispewe ol the
Will be published.
Boy«» Ranch, and same will 1» divide«i ment to our business energy to let the attorneys have about all they inn Lan
into 40, 80 and inO-aere tracte. The Bonansa creamery come down here die. It Secretary Gaiffvlfl had been in
Not Ready For Factory raiu-h couiprisee about
May Freight to Lakeview
acres ol the twenty mil«», into the heart of the al e<>llu»ii>n with the legal lraiernily-4 the
Altai making a thorough inveetigalion finest meadow land, with its own irri falfa district, and take out our cr«»ni, lakeview land district « bare lie l»«ued
Th« extension of the California North-
eastern will open up a new field for the of the Klamath Ixain to determine ita gation from Butte Creek, which flows manufacture it into butler and sell it i lie reekoralion order he «-«mill not have
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
freighting buainees as it will enable adaptil-ilitv to the sugar beet industry, through the property. A water right back to us at fancy prices."
bad III« land opening a greater liai vest
ALEX MARTIN, President
K. R. REAMES, Vn-I’reahlrnl
Klamath teamsters to engage in hauling Win. Ileddig and Gao. Moorey, of Oak will go with «-ach tn ct sold. The Boves
lor the lawyers
ALEX MARLIN, Jr., Cashier
LESLIE ROGERS, A«»l. Casiiler
to Lakeview and poesibly ether towns in land, Cal., atate that the country la well Ranch is adjacent to the town site of
Ahout 9 o’clock Friday evening the
Lake county. The McIntire Transpor adapteri to the beet industry, but that Mt. Hebron, aud the line of the new Log Cabin saloon turned in an alarm of
Frank Sclionewald, Sr., a demented
tation Company, it is «aid, ha« for some the eataldiahment of a Mtgar factory la railroad, the California Northeastern, tire, lull the small blase, a Hue burning butcher, aged 54 years, from Hillyard,
time had under consideration the ««tab
out. did no damage, and all danger was near Spokane, Wuali., disappeared in
STATEMENT <>F CONDITION AT THE CLOSE Ol Bl'-INl -.s
Acreage around Mt. Hebron has la-en
liahment of a freight line from this city completed into the basin on account .4
over before the l-ell ceased ringing. tsliland. about ten o’cha'k yesterday
DECEMBER 31, HM)7.
selling (or 315 to 350 per acre, without a
to Lakeview, but the plans failed to ma ahi ppi ng in heavy machinery.
The tire boys responded to the call, morning, while Ills son, Frank Seinin«*
terialise as it was considered impossi
ami in a very few minutes two hos. weld. Jr., aiepp-il into a telegiaph of L<ana and Discount».........
........ I 340.590.80
ble to compete with the Southern route. produce the beat crop, should t>e culti ted. It has not lieen announce«) «hat carta were on the scene, it was, how
fice t<> «end a message homo for money, lion-la ami K-curitiee ,..,
The extension of the new railroad to
ever. not necessary to turn on the watei and the latter ha* la-eu able to get no
Dorris has caused a reconsidering of a to beets. It is tbeir opinion that the
ami the alarm merely furnished gooo trace since his fathei, who it is (eared i'nah and Mahl Exchange..
... |t 6,247.6*»
freight route into Lake county and it is Klamath be«m *ill within a few years Rutte Valley Ranch, will l-e subdivided! practice for the department.
lias taken to the mountain* ami may
not improbable that during the coming have a large sugar beet factory. The also, in a few weeks. This ranch ol ,
»offer from the exposure. Schonewalde
Bummer large freight teams will oper growing ol beets is too remunerative not
Sr., sold out hi* market at Hillyard re
Petition for Liquor Lkenac
ate between Dorris and Lakeview. In to engage in it w ben conditions are fa I Tom Prayther, of Oakland, and also I
I |IM) IMO.IW
cently and went to Klamath Falls to Capital Block, (tally paid .
speaking of the situation the Lake vorable.
1\> the Honorable County Cmirt of the State of look (or a new location, and it was while Sur pin« and I’rotlta............
County Examiner says:
When the Klamath country becomes 1 tlebrou is the Meiss Ranch, which is Oivtion fur Klanvath County
Due other llauk» ..............
We. the unsiersUfned. raaidenlft and l«v«l voter*
"It is stated that freight can be laid more densely populated and the lands soon to be cut up, and this will place
dementia which however doe« not take DEPOSITS
down at Dorris for 31-50 per hundred have beeu subjected to thorough culti at the disposal of the vast number of of ««Mi Kiver Precinct, in theCuuny of KUunath
from San Francisco, and the passenger vation then will t>e the proper time to settlers coming into tha' region, many therein and who have actually resided in aakl pre
rate is 315. It would be impossible for talk sugar fleets accenting to the Cali acres ot the choicest laud in the \V«st. cinct nK»re than 30 days Immstdiately preceding
1. Alex Marlin, Jr., Cashier of the alaive named Hank, do » Ivinnly
any company towmpete with our south fornia capitalists who have investigated. and will al«o add greatly to the re th«« <hrnin< and flhnc thia our petition, do hereby
swear that the above statement la true tu the beat u( my kn»« letlgv in-l believe
2500 Acres Free
petition your honoraU«* boaiy to grant an<l iaaue to
ern transportation lines, if the N. C. That these men have faith in this sec sources of Ml. Hebron.
AUI M amtim , J h ., Cashier.
Mt. Hebron is at the foot of the grade Berry A Hettingwr a hceaae to sell spirituous«
O. were forced to a reasonable rate for tion is evidence.! by the fact that they
The Ijikesid«* company has 2500 acres
vinous and malt liquom in quantatie« lea* than
freight and passenger traffic. The pas purchased a tract of land comprising irom the South, an-l wi'l b«> a railway one R-allon. in the precinct aforeaakd for a period of land under the Adams ditch that it
C. H. Wirnnow,
division point. A 450 foot right of way of si* n»onth* from the seventh day of May. lWK will give RENT FREE for on«- year.
senger rate from San Francisco to Reno, about 300 acres.
Notary Public lor Oregon.
over the S. P., a distance of 244 miles, is
That for the granting of this petition as sfore-
has been secured, and round house,
saKi. I. the undersigned, in duty bound will ever I This includes the use of the land and
now 38.05, while from Reno to Likely,
freight yards, cattle^ pens. etc., will be
The renter must clear and
over the N.C. O. a distance of 158 miles,
Notice to Stockholders
built. All the cattle'shipments from
Notice ia hereby given, that thia petition will lie place the land in cultivation. The rent-
t he rate is 312, nearly four times as
The Stockholders of the Klamath the Klatuath country, and lotke County, pi«*eented to the County Court of the State of er geta all the crop but we reserve th«'
much per mile as the 8. P. charges. The
freight rate from San Francisco to Reno Water Users Association are hereby that now go to Montague and Gatelle. Oregon in and fur Klamath County, at the Court
right to pasture the stubble.
is about 31 l*r hundred, and from Reno notified that the following amendments will this year and hereafter by from Mt H ouk * in the city of Klamath F'alls. County and
Th«* Lakeside Company,
to Likely ia about M) cents per hundred,
State aforvaatdjDn the 6th day of May. 190*. at the
and 10 cents per hundred for bimdling to the By-laws of said association will Hebron. It ¡»'estimated that there will hour of 10 a. m. of that day. or a-4 soon thererfter
J Frank Adams, Manager,
at Likely. The team rate from Likely be submitted for their acceptance or be 40,001) bead «hipped front this point a* iatal petition can be hearvi.
to Lakeview ia 75 cents per hundred, rejection at the next annual meeting of yearly.
Dated thia 15th day of January. 190*
making a through rate from San Fran the stockholders to be held in Klamath
The Weed Lumber Company has lum
cisco to Lakeview of 32.75 per hundred.
H S Junea. Creed Murphy. D K Noah. C C Bn-
Falla. Ore., on the 4th day of April, ber yards establish«*! in Mt. Hebron an-l Phy G F Voaa M F Parker. L S Denton, C E ;
The through passenger rate is 325.05.”
1908. at the hour of 2 o’clock P. M :
8. I*. White represents the company in Hoyt C G Copeland. D C Brophy. N i Johnson. |
COLONIST RATEft from all parts ot the
That Section 1. Article II. of said Butte Valley. Many settlers are com H L Scott. Harry H Pearson. J E Voae^ Roy K ,
United States and Canada to all parts of
Many Will Attend
By-Laws, be amended to read as fol ing an-l the growth has la-en very W'iae. S B Gardner, J H Smart. Al Mel ha *e. R
Oregon and the Northwest will be put
marked during the past year. With the A Moua*. G S HoyL O Bunch. K H I an»-»ton.
The annual meeting of the Water lows:
GL Cline. M H Haw. Pul Presuu. R li White.
Into effect by the
The annual meeting of the stock selling of these three large ranches in H B Loualey. J H Hesaig. J L Vuee. Sr Ryan. L
Caere Association on next Saturday will
be lai rgely attended if the weather is holders of the association shall be held small tracts, a new era of development H«M«. W M Skeen. Clarence Mart in. Ed Patch,
such i that farmers cannot work in the at Klamath Falls. Ore., at a place to
is commenced for Mt. Hebron and its in. J W Cole. J M Emery J A Gibson. L C
List your land for sale with this
fields. This is an exceptionally busy ba designated by the Directors, and
Drake. S H Kmg. L W CopeUnd. D C Court nig.
season of the vear and many of the stated in the notice hereafter provided surrounding region.
office; we have buyers fur all
C Gray. M P Morgan. C G Lemon». G C Hill.
ranchers are behind with their work for, on the first Friday immediately
Clukj» Westlotom. John Gray. F T Oden and O W
clasae* of Klamath
and will not come to the meeting if they
each year, at the hour of 2o’clock P. M.
Homesteader Loses Again
BERRY 4 HETTINGER
The election of a board of directors (The first annual meeting under this
Linas In Oregon
The decision of S. V. Proudfit, Assis
will be the most important matter to By-law shall be held in the year 1909).
come before the meeting, but this will
That Section 2, Article V. of said By
likely be an election devoid of excite laws, be amended to read as follows:
Office in the Mendenhall vs. Taylor
The only acreage adjacent to
Department of the Interior. United State*
ment for the old board has given good
Klamath Falls for sale in «mall
At all elections any owner of stock of case, sustains Register J. N. Watson and Land Office. Lakeview. Oregron. March 11. 19UN.
satisfaction and no candidates have been
A sufllcient contest affidavit bavins lw*en tiled in !
tracts. More than a score of
mentioned to replace any of its mem this association, whose assessments reverses C. C. Binder, of the Lakeview ' thia office by Ray Evans, contratant. ajrainat t
have been fully puid. is a qualified land office, deciding the contest in favor
From the Principal Cities of the Middle West
people have st-cured sites for
homestead entry No. .1&29. made Nov. 21, 1»6, for L
The amending of the by-laws so as to elector ana shall be entitled to one vole of the plantifl.
the Rates Will Be as Tollows;
ne‘a. aec. 4. tp. 41 S.. R 7 E.. by A. Stalhwwth. ■
change the time of meeting will be taken
con tea tee. in which it ia ailnred that said Stall*
up and doubtless an amendment will
inner is one of more than ordinary worth has utterly failed in re*|*ect to said entry I
3 W 00
COUNCIL BLUFFS -
be enacted changing the time until in the aggregate 160 votes.
to comply with the public land laws of the U. 8.. '
That Sretion 2. Article III. of said importance as it shows clearly that
early in June.
ST. LOUIS............................. 336.00
and the rules and regulation* e*tabh*h*«d there- i
are the beat buya on the market
The present board has worked in By-laws, be amended to read as fol parties homesteading timbered lands
KANSAS CITY .... 330.U0
ST. PAUL - •
under relative to establishing and maintaining
unison lor several months, and has co lows:
resaieace on »aid land, that he ha* never eetab- ;
Corresponding rates from all other Eastern points.
operated with the reclamation service
Each Director shall at the time of home»lead entries, e»)»-cially regarding liahed a reeidence on said land; that he ha* never ’
in the construction of the project. It is
at pleasure at all points in Oregon.
thorough I v familiar with the work to his election be a qualified elector and improvements and residence. The land cultivated or improved the eune in any mariner
whatever; that for more than two year« prior to
be done thia year, and the old saying
1 lie Colo nisi Rate Is the greatest of all homebuilders, Oregon has unlimited
in question in this case is situated a the making of thia affidavit the said entryman ha -
about swapping horses in the middle of gation district to which shares of stock
resource» and needs more people who desire homes and larger opportunities
of this association are appurtenant, short distance from Silver 1-ake- and is wholly abandoned said land; that hit a I lege« I ah- I
a stream may be applicable in this in
THE LAND MAN
and shall also be a resident of the dis covered with a growth ol about tence from the said land waa not due to his am-
' ployment in the army, navy or marine corps of
3,tk)0,0tM) feet of merchantable timber
Oregon people ran arrumpliah «plendid reaulta by heralding thia opportunity
i the United States a* a private «oldier, officer
That Section 4. Article III of said
to all the world Send Oregon literature giving good reliable information about
I valued at approximately J40J0. In July **aman or marine during the war with Spain or
The future of the Klamath basin de By-laws be amended to read as follows:1
'he atate, far and wide. Call on the above railroad« for it if neceaaary.
of 1903 N. Waldo Taylor file«! a home during any other war in which the United State*
pends largely upon the sub division of
The annual election of Directors,
may be engaged, therefore, nul partMm arc here
the large ranches. Several places have commencing with tne year 1909. shall
by notified to appear, respond. sn«l offer evidence
already been put into small tracts to be be held on the first Friday immediately cabin upon the land and residtal tuere U>uching such sllegatMM' at 10 o'clock a. m on
precedidg the first Saturday in June of for short periods at various time«, but it May 7. 1908, before Geo. Chastain. County Clerk.
sold to men of moderate means who are
each year, at the time of the regular
litre at home if deaired. Any agent ia authorised to accept the required depoti
looking for homes. The largeSummers annual meeting of the association and seems that he failed to cultivate the Klamath Falla. Oregon, and that final hearing
will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 14. 1908.
and telegraph ticket to any point. Call on any O. R. A N. or S. F. Agent
Kinney ranch, comprising 800 acres, will such Directors shall hold their respec land and make sufficient improvements before the Regvater and Receiver at the United
ft. B. I
at once be placed on the market in 40 and tive offices for one year, or until their to establish goo.! faith. In .Ma*<h, 1907 States Land Office in Lakeview. Oregon.
)TM FAI I A
The said contestant having, in proper affidavit,
80 acre tracts. This farm is one of the
the Board of Directors shall be elected
best in the Klamath country and is only by ballot, and a majority of the umber an affidavit of contest, alleging aban filed February 24. 1908, set forth facta which show
Passenger Agent, Portland. Oregon
that af^rr due diligence personal service of thia
four miles from thia city. The eotire or shares voted at the election shall be don of land and failure to cultivate the notice cannot I* mad«*, it i* hereby ordered and
ranch is nnder the government canal, necessary for-a choice.
directed that such notice be given by dee and
That Section 2, Article II, of said By register and receiver at Ijikeview in proper publication.
and all of the land is highly productive
J. N. WAIW>M,
so tuat an industrious and frugal family
Notice of such annual meeting shall
would experience no difficulty in mak
be given by publication in at least three dant. The matter was then submitted
ing a good living on a 40-aere tract newspapers published weekly within
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
to the General land Office with the re
These lands will be placed on the market the irrigation district; such notice shall
T imber land , act J um 3. law -N o « i < w for
sult heretofore mentioned.
on easy terms and will doubtless result be published not less than thirty days
* Publication. — Unitwl State« I^nd Office.
There is positively no precedent for I .a Review, Oregon.March 2. 1909.-Notice is here
in increasing the farming population in before the date of holding such meet
by riven that in compliance with the provisions
the vicinity of this city.
That Section 4, Article II, of said By officials have a yr>de latitude and in all ■/f the Act of CongTeea of June 3. 1878, entitled
“An Act for the sale of timber land« in the States
The county school apportionment laws shall be amended to read as fol instances there aim is, or at least should of California. Oregon. Nevada and Washington
be to do justice.
which has heretofore been made in
Territory.” as extended to all the Public Ixind
Notice of special meeting shall be
Cast» heretofore decided were very Staten by Act of August 4, 1X92. Perceval SholI.of
April will not be made this year until
given by publication in the same man
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r.
June to avoid making a second appor ner as for regular meetings; such no rnnch similar to the one mentioned, but Klamath Falls, County of Klamath. State of Ore
gon. has Hied in this office his sworn statement.
tionment. If the funds are apportioned tice shall be given not less than twenty the homesteader established that be ’ No. 4063. for the purchase of the NESE1« of
in April the money will have to be days before the date of such meeting, I was acting in good faith and the de 1 See. 23, NWSWM. ut Section No. 24. In Town-
Holder of License No 29.
and shall contain the order of the Board
| «hip No. 37 South. Bans* No.». E. W. M..
the various districts and of Directors calling such meeting, stat vision rendered was in his favor.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
and will offer proof to show that the land sought
re-apportiRed in June. To do awav ing the purpose for which said meeting I
ia more valuable for its timber or stone than for
with this County Superintendent Wight is called.
' agricultural punxAMS, and to establish his claim
Been Going Ahead
By order of the Board of Directors.
and Treasurer Lewis have made arrange
| to said land before Co. Clerk of Klamath County,
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
One of the strongest indications that Oregon, at his office at Klamath Falls. Oregon, on
ments with tne Klamath County Bank K lamath W ater U sers A ssociation ,
this city has been going ahead in the Friday, the 22nd day of May, 1908. He name«
C. P. Chastain, Secretary.
whereby all school warrants can be
line of civic improvement« is the many ' a* witnesses: C. W. Harlow. J. C. Cravens, HE
cashed at the bank without any dis
Boudenot, and E. H. Lawrence, all of Klamath
miles of sidewalk that have been built Falls. Oregon. Any and all persons claiming ad
count until the funds are apportioned
H. R. Dunlsp is at Fort Klamath look
during the past year. A year or so ago versely the above described lands are requested
for the next school year.
ing after his stock interests.
only one or two walks were constructed to flle their claims in this office on or before the
said 22nd day of May. 1908.
to the top of the hill, while now there is
J. N. WATSON. Register
a broad, substantial walk along practic- I
ally every street. In other sections of
DR. C. P. MASON
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
the city «ide walks have been put in
where a year ago there was but a mere
Department of the Interior. United States land
trail. Old decayed walks have been re- Office, lakevlew. OrVffvn, February 10, 1IMS-.
Rank A Trust Com
Notice Is hereby given that the State of Oregon
placed by new ones along the more fre
has, under the provisions of the Act of Congress
quently used streets.
The improve ut August 14. IMS. and the acta supplemental and
ment along this line has been exception amendatory thereof, made application for the
ally good, and makes a favorable im
pression upon strangers visiting the surveyed public land as Indemnity for looses to
F. F. If. Rye
its grant for common school purpoaaa, to-wit:
Liat 24«. for NEJiNWIi. Sac 24. T 34 S , R 14
E. J. MURRAY. Editor
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
UNDERWOOD'S PHARMACY CorÄ,,.
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
The Pioneer Bank of Klamath County
FRANK IRA WHITE
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
Southern Pacific Company
Daily During March and April, Ibud
Mills Addition Lots
FRANK IRA WHITE
FARES CAN BE PREPAID
Cemetery Goods '
Lakeside Inn J J
Rooms, Bur Room, Parlors, Two
Rooms, Etc., Etc.
C. C. BROWER
C. C. CHITWOOD
of Swan Lake
£.. W M
Horace V. Mitchell lit tailing Aahland
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above lands are requested to flle In this office
and other railroad pointe.
their said rlauas on or before the Sth day of
There le more Catarrh Io tbla action of the
1 N ^ATSON. fuel.!«.
i r ounlrjr than all other dl*eaa«R put together,
and until (be last few yearn wan »iipi»o«e<| to
be incurable. For a great many y^arn dfX’tGf»
. pronounced it a local disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. Science bas proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore requires
, constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
manufactured by F. J.Cheney 4 Co.. Toledo.
I O , is tbe ODly constitutional cure on the roar
Met. It is taken internally in doses from 10
<lrops to a teaspoonful. ft acts directly on tbe
| blood and raucuous »urfaces of tbe system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars and testi-
F. J. < HENEY 4 CO..Toledo, O.
bold bv druggists, 7>c.
Tabs MaH's Family Fills for oonstlpatloo.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
lArp*rtm«nt of th» Interior, Mnd Offi--» «1
I^keview. Oregon, February 1». 1WM
Noli»» la hmhy (lv»n that Rov F Whltnay, ut
Klamath Fall«, Or«(on. ha« fllad notie» of hla In
tonlion to male* Anal Bv« y»ar proof In «upport of
hl« claim, vb: HomaaUad Entry No. 337«. road»
F»b. 1. IM06. for lh»SHNW!4. NS8WJ4, S«-tlon
12, Tp. 37 3.. R 10 E, W. M . and that «aid proof
wlUbcrnad» b»for« County Clark Klamath Co.,
at hla offlea at Klamath Falla, Orason, on tha 4th
day of April, ISO*
Ha narnM the followiny wltnaaaaa to prove hla
rontlnuoua realdrooe upon, and cultivation of, th*
land, via. Chaa. Warar, Frank Johnaton, Bert
Hall. J C. Craven«, all af Klamath Falla, Orason.
_ _ , .
J. N WATSON RaeLtar.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
Klamath Falls, Oregon
is as pure as Government inspection can make
it. It is bottled in bond under Government su
pervision and that carries.the guarantee of abso
is the word that tells the story, and when the
government places its O. K. on whiskey you may
••e sure it is pure.
C. D. WILLSON
Wholesale and Retail Dealer -