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wlillit tin« Cascade range Is the big pei aera will run about 10,000 feet,
PIK »El .HM »ll A BENEDICT
FREIGHT OFFICE MOVING
plaintiff filed against you In the
»pong«« tl.iil extra« 1» I'uclfl« North- and the demand for pine grows with
above entitled causa on or before the
< >nly tilg I l.liig« lu wtorc for t’ounliy ■ weal moisture u» the ocean winds every yeur.
Malting Profitai.le I sc of Ili* Suiti-
Agent Thompson of the Southern 11th day of September. 1909, being
the date prescribed by the above en
pass nn r to Central Oregon. Kain-
incr Valutimi ami Spring« a Sur-
luto W lil< li He I» Throw Ing
Pacific company Is very busy these titled Court In the order for the pub
Livestock Illg TonimK«-
I full varies from u tra«« to 20 and 30
days transferring I he freight from lication of this summons for you to
Liv«*stock Ims bean the leading In-
j Imdies. But there I» < «rmpiii utlvxly
the old location to the new freight appear and answer said complaint,
| little of this vast urea lliat can be
I'rof. Cl a». A. Howard, who is house. The freight headquarters and if you fail to so appear and an
‘•Central Oregon la a greul coun
i clit»»< d utl«l In the present <liiy of grout tooting«' producer* of the ftl- connect«*«! with the fuculty of our will be kept here until the new depot swer on or before the said date the
try," suld John F. Slovena at lini
plaintiff will take judgment against
In the past th«- Central Oregon’
i »« lenillli- farming. The Ilin«* moun- tut«'
high »«I'Ool, has joined the ranks of Is finished, which It Is expected will you for the sum of fl, 130.«7 and for
l'ori lumi hotel lust evenlng. "Tliut
: tain» peni'trule the eastern rsu< lies
th«* benedict», as will be seen from be about the first of the year. In his costs and disbursements of thia
a «'gioii I» rlcli In tltnber, livel lo« k and
1 of th«* country, giving off strong of getting uny product to market.! th«* following «lipping which was speaking of the traffic here, Mr action.
tigl i« uliur<*. The lutt«*r wlll miilnly
This summons is served upon you
i Htreams to both the «list and the Gruss ut.d farm products were fed lol taken ftom the "Democratic Messen Thompson said:
by publication in the Klamath Re-
•idviiiiin by tlu* dry farmlug mothod
West. Oil ti e W« Alerti slop« « of th* «e
ger” of Eureka, Ka»., which no doubt
"Klamath Falls is fast reaching publican, a newspaper of general clr-
Yoil kuow wlint tliut
mouiitulns I» u marvelous gialli «Ile mul wus mud" to b«*ur It» own weight 1 wlll be a »urprl»«* to hl» many friends tiw point In the matter of tonnage culatlon, published at Klamath Falls,
wlll do. Bui why repelli limi wtilcii
i it let w Io n opened by railways, >i< h to the railrwiiy befor« alKUghter. her«*:
and passenger traffic where It will Klamath County, Oregon, by order
ha» bcou staled so oflcn? Ther«* ia
of the Hon. George Noland, Judge of
There wlll be millions of acres of
’ h i have been proved along Ilo* line
have to be reckoned with by these the above entitled Court, made on the
filerò «in empiili to suppuri u city
of ih« (>. It x N In Umatilla, Union rang«« land In Central und Southern teresting events of the* year wa» that outalde towns, such
as Medford, 3d day of July. 1909. The first pub
Ih«« slxe of l’uriliinil."
ami lluker countlua on th«* «'astern Oregon; for«-st r« >i*rv«*» are numer of th«' marriage of Ml»» Cora In* Fon- Grants Pass and the like. Already lication of this summons Is of date
In »wi<-piiig torni*, ridi in th«*lr
ous, and grazing wlll constitute a
slope of the sum«* range.
talgm* HI aw of Eureka to .Mr we surpass Ashland in it*»» than car- July 29th, 1909. and the last will be
• «in« xpre»»ed diluii» and lieti vy wltli
of date the 12th day of September,
permanent source of feed for
On the West Is lit«* Ciunatlc rang*«,
Charles Abner Howard of Klamath load shipments; also Redding and 1909
liruml»«*, ilo* grtuit engliieer referrod
giving numerous spb-ndld streams,
Fall», Oregon. Wednesday evening. Grants Pass, and when these mills
RICHARD SHORE SMITH,
io Oregon'a luti-ut empire. Mr. Hi«*
print«* of which Is th«* Deschutes To Htate is sure to become one of the I August 1 Ith, at 8 o'cloik. The wed- get Into operation on the Upper lake'
v«-n» »«•<•» unly big thlnga, for he lui»
D. V KUYKENDALL,
tl « southwest ar«- f««uit<l tin ..lr«*nm»
ding occurred at th«* home of the th«M«c towns will not be in our class
lieeii <|<>llig big work fot big periplo,
7-29,9-12 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In present developed rondi-
and systems of lakes marking Lake!
bride'» parents, Mr. an«i Mrs. Fred at ail as to tonnage.”
t'oniiul l>r«gon*ln Iti» <•>«■» I» u big
lions Onturlo, Klamath Fail« and
ami Klnmntli counties, and entering
erick HI.aw. on North Main street, |
Mr. Thompson expects that within
Ilo »•■<•» In It Hi«' potenti»!,
other new railway points grow thou-
to some extent Into lliirney. Abun
ami was w|tn«-»scd by about fifty r«*l-1 the next few days everything will I m *
mit tIm preseiit. In III«* lonely rcm li«*»
dant flowing wati-i is found through-'
straighten« d <>ut In the new ware In the Circuit Court of th* State of
alive» and Intimate friends.
<>f iiplnnd tli«*re I» rlslng unothur
beef und mutton thut Is driven there
out this ri'gion for Irrigation, and the i
"Shortly before the ceremony Mr. i house* so a man's freight can be
Oregon for the County of Klamath.
Hpokuni* or Boi»«*, rulli onda huslcn
Rose E. Kees«*e. plaintiff, vs. John
>¡111111111 Is sufllclsntly h«*uvy to op«*n annually fot shipment. Rich fe«dlng E K. Font« 1, a»>*istant Instructor of found in the dark, in the old Iwa-
to tup unotlier Yuklmii vulloy. and
«enters wlll spring tip along the new I
i vast opport unities for storage basin«« 1
ih«- Diegon wh«-at yb-hl 1« lift«*«! fumi
Sult to quiet title.
lit»-, to with It will I m * druwn range
»itch as th«* government reclamation'
loved It Is Morn.' Mrs. 1-antz of I freight with anything like a system.
To John Cotes, the above named
H.OUO.OOO bushel» to 40,000,000 or
stock before llnul shipment, und
|w«'tk usually <‘Oti»truci» Ot«-g<m has
M«*mpl:l , Tenn., played tl,< wedding j
A new two-story section house is defendant.
mure u y«nr.
In the name of the State ot Oregon,
"aid Into the general lami fumi wince
being erected on the ea:«t side of the
A man »i-le«-te<l ubove «all otlier eli
put their products Into llvextiick
you are hereby required to appear
glnoer» of « guai engineering Na I
more than 2*«,000,900.
i»y Master «.'heater Howard of Eureka *rn convenience for the use of the against you In the above entitled suit
tinti for ronsirmllon of Ilio cosili«-«!
Dry furmlng offers th«* greatest
numerous big proj«*cts will b<> found
I a n«l lit Ils KaUieiitie Combs of Bev- H' tlon for-man and crew.
on or before the 16th day of Sep
eulerptlao yet undertak* n In niivlgu-
possibilities of ull avenues of devel-
tember, 1909, being the last day of
f»ry, who untied th«* ribbons, w hich
Geli illliuovi'lllellt »«w» Olii) what
optnent. It Is this that Mr. Htevenul
the time prescribed In the order for
Gì« goti ha» «• «*«i for y«*ur», and he
empha»ixes. Holl Is rich; there 1» I
the publication of this summons, the
4LTAMONTS lilt, < Hop
Next «am«- little Lot« hen Lipp of lai
first publication hereof being on the
thiuk» it Idi* to repcnt.
«mu- rainfall, an«l Intelligent applies- i
Harpe, beautifully dressed in white,
5th of August, 1909; and if you fail
Not New to Or**g««n I'eopl«-
Judg* George Noland Is expecting so to appear and answer, for want
beating the ring on a pink satin
Artesian po»»lbllltl<-» In sections forth marvelous cereal crops from
"If Oregon lit* seen ihese thing»
cushion, tlmn the bride anti her fa a banner c rop on the Altamont ranch thereof th«* plaintiff will apply to the
of Central On-gon are undoubted by Central Or«-gon lands
Court for the relief prayed for tn the
There are i
so long tint the people arc no longer
tber. They were met at tile altar by this year. The Judge says, with a complaint herein, to-wit: for a de-
tit«* nbl«*st geologists studying the m«*a»ure|e»a acres,' like thos«- lu Was
Impressed, und If your people have
the groom. Rev. A. M. Spangler of smile, that he expects probably 15,- cr«*e that the defendant l as no right,
formation, At th«* head of Hummer co and Hhernmn countl«*», along the I
any doulit us to developments In the
, 000 bush« Is of barley off of about title or interest in or to the following
lake a tremendous spring, forming line of the Columbia Southern uml I the Congregational church performed
rentrai teglon und th«* south, let
the ceremony .uslug th«- Episcopal 320 acres, but outsiders, such as described real properly:
Anna river, break» Ironi the |illl»lde, Great Hout hern, where wheat grows |
NW 14, EH of SW14 and WH of
them wait a little While and they will
ring service, Mr. Shaw gave his Robert Emmltt. »ays he will bet It E'.i of Section 36, Township 39
»iiKK«**tlng nn Itnnienau artesian without any care and no dry farming I
b.-hotd something t<> arouse them."
daughter away. The bride was beau- will run sixty bushels to the acre. South. Rang«* j] East of Willamette
stratum under the s**ml-nrld cou n try application*.
The*« lands wilt be
meridian, and for the costs and dis
»Bld Mr Hievens "What Is the use
tlfully gowned in white satin with a
to th«- north With the Ca«cad«-H ami mirli- to lnct«*u»e from 15 bushels per
bursements of this suit and for such
of discussing details now? A good
veil aad a wreath of orange blossoms.
Blue mountains on either side, th«* acre lor spring and 30 bushels per
other and further relief as to the
•.OHt «. Kill Pl BL1CA1 it »N
railway will be built at once Into tile
"Mt. and Mrs. Howard will be at
Court may seem just and equitable.
formation dipping right, melting aero tor fall sown until they reach
You will need no other ur
home al* r September 25th In Klant- impartiu nt of the interior, U. S
This summons is served by p'lbli-
snows, numerous deep mountain the high averages ot
cation ther«*of tn the Klamath Repub
The railway will do tile
ath Fulls, Oregon."
Ink**» ami l.lglt p«-uks giving the high I East« rn Washington.
Land Office at Lakev'ew, Or«gon. lican by order of Hon. George No
Mr. Howard is well and favorably
presaiire reservoirs, no reason «an In-
Oregon will be amazed at her own
land. Judge of the Thirteenth Judi
There Is something grimly senten
known in this community, where he
cial district of the State of Oregon,
advanv«*«! to giilnsay artesian devel neg|«*cte<! districts. Railways are at
tious In Mi. Ht«’vens‘ style of treating
NOTICE is hereby given that John made. dated and filed In this suit at
nas been connected with the high
last assured, unl«*ss the exigencies of
Central On-gon. it 1s In keeping with
school faculty for some time past, C. Beach, whore postoffice address is Klamath Falla. Oregon, on the 30th
Power abounds throughout vast the great players force a compromise,
the hour. The curtain 1» rising upon
and it Is with pleasure that we ex- Klamath Falls, Oregon, did, on the day of July, 1909. which ?aid rder
r«*glons that are soon to In* open«*d ■o that Oregon may now turn full
requires that summons in this suit be
Plea ling« and petitions
ten«l the wish that happiness and 16th day of March, 1909, file in this published once a week for a neriod
Along th«* Ib'scliut«*» river th«* possl- energy upon development of the
have pour« d foith for years with no
prosperity may be theirs forever.
office Sworn Statement and Applica of six successive and consecutive
billtli-x surpiisa all Eastern and Cen country opened, getting the farmer.
Without warning and from
tion No. 01703, to purchase the vein from the 5th day of August,
tral Oregon requirements for a gen > advertising to th«* world the new
u quarter wholly unexpected, comes
Pin Sit Al. DIREI TOR FOR HIGH SENW14. NESWK, NWSEVi Sec 1 »09.
eration to come. Stute Engln«-«*r 1 land of agricultural wonders, and
J. C. RUTENIC,
relief, and the act mil, real work of
Alon 5, Township 38 South, Range 9
Lewlw says that this marvelous 1 giving to the railway builder a protlt-
II nijevelopi J I
o|«enlng the Steli!«'»!
H. W. KEESEE.
‘stream cun by made to develop 1,- ' able tonnage for his lines.
Prof. J. T. Butcher, principal of East, Willamette meridian, and the
7-29 8-23 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
region of the United Stute« lx at
the bigt. school, states that the pros timber thereon, under the provisions
Th«* flow of
What la the use of talking
W INTED IN MshlUll
pects of the school were never better
the river 1» uniform throughout the
m»w ? Weightier Industrial elements
for a good season than they are now. amendatory, known a3 the "Timber
year, the descent 1» rapid and regu
Ilian words nt«« In play
Ned Connelly, who was employed He predicts an -nrollment of 150 to and Stone Law,” at such value as
lar, and for 130 nil!«-« It 1» in a can
lion of transportntlon lines 1« ensured
might be fixed by appraisement, and in the Circuit Court of the State of
yon where the cost of harnessing en- on the B. S. Grigsby ranch near the start off the opening of school. Thel
greater dlspal'h tian the m«*:i»ag<-
that, pursuant to stich application,
Oregon for Klamath County.
igy would be as low as for any
nnnottnclng th« good news. and the
the land and timber thereon have
hydroelectric plants yet built. This Sheriff Barnes Thursday on a tel rangements for several students who
J. Frank Adams, plaintiff, vs. F. O.
Htatc 1» suddvnh «ailed to th«* duty
be n appraised. June 14, 1909, the
itream. when Industry warrants, will egraphic advice from Sheriff Howard d< sire to take advantage of our ex
>>f developing n realm Io warrant the
timber estimated 225 M. board feet
bx-oitie a tremendous producer of of Siskiyou county. He will be de cellent high school course and wishes
To F. O. Pierce, defendant:
railway outlay. It Is truly not a time
$1.50 per M. and the land $2 4.50;
wealth, giving to th«- teeming com tained until this evening, when Sher .<> And places where their board and
In the name ot the State of Ore
for woid», a« Mr. Hti-vens suggest»,
gon. you are hereby requlr«*d to ap
munities of Central Oregon jKiw-er iff Howard will arrive to take charge room can be earned by working out-
but the day of action.
proof in support of his application pear and answer the complaint of the
for Irrigation, manufacturing, light of the prisoner. The offense alleged ilde ««f school hours. He also desires
Centra! Oregon 1» a fact unknown
sworn statement on the 22d day plaintiff fiied against you in the
ing ami all other electrhal require- Is the larceny of a horse from a Por room and board for others.
With tie multitude It I« believed to !
of October, 1909, before R. M. Rich above entitled cause on or before the
Water power Is conceded to tuguese living on the Klamath river person interested in this will kindly
11th day of September, 1909, being
The sclent I lie1
be arhi a« u rule,
apply to the professor. Mr. Panek of ardson. U. S. Commissioner, at Klam the date prescribed by the above en
b«> the great future Industrial factor. below B»-«w lek
farmer and experimenter have found
ath Falls. Oregon.
titled Court in the order for the pub
Mid... las accepted the
Th«* l><*»chut< * wlll be more than 500
more. Holl 1» decomposed ha «alt.
Any person is at liberty to protest lication of this summons for you to
<<><»!< lit »I SE III RNED
>ositlon as physical director of the
gr«'at coal mines
appear and answer said «complaint,
such a» gives eternal life to lh<* rich
school and will also have charge of this purchase before entry, or initiate and if you fail to so appear and an
Yellow pin«* timber for 200 lull«*»,
vineyards of portions of Italy. Aiti
The cook house In camp No. 2 of the normal training course. The ad- a contest at any time before patent swer on or before said date fhe plain
and a heavy stand of sugar pine In
Ind«* of ti tabi«* land ranges frolli a
issues, by filing a corroborated affi- tiff will take judgment against you
Klumatb, Crook ami Lake offer an Erickson A Peterson. Southern Pa- dltlon of a physlcal director Is one
few feet io 5,000. Beginnlng wlth
davit in this pfflce, alleging facts for the sum of $1.332 and for his
Immediate railway tonnagi* und In tlllc contractors, located three miles >f the best moves ever undertaken by
costs and disbursements of this ac-
the rims of ihe Columbia canyon, thè
w hich would defeat the entry.
sure th«* low ent cost for building ma north of town on the proposed Na the faculty of the high school, as it
h ) o | h < Is upwmd to thè south «trilli
terials for th* hordes of fat titers sure tron branch, btiined at 3:30 a. m. not only promotes the physical con
This summons ts served upon you
Lake county 1« reached, where a
by publication in the Klamath Repub
to enter that region when assure«! a Thursday. Th«* fir«* originated In the Jition of th«* students imi implants
nobl<* plateau of marvelous fertility
lican. a newspaper of general circula
mark«*! for their products All of th«* cook stove. The loss will probably a spirit of devotion for our home lo
tion. published at Klamath Falls,
apr«*ads for dozens of miles, and upon
eastern slop«* of the Cascada moun reach 9500. The cook and helper st Huttons. May It not be long until
Klamath County. Oregon, by order of
it grow all cereals, vegetables ami
tains Is manti«*«! with pine. At Bend had a narri.w escape from th«* flames we hear the "Rah. rah, rah!" of 150
the Hon. George Noland, judge of the
the hardl<*»t temperate sone fruit.
young throats In honor ot the brick In the Circuit Court of the State of above entitled Court, made on the
the forest tenches the l>«'schutes. and
From Ontario, on the Snake river,
3d day of July. 1909. The first pub
Oregon for Klamath County.
Mrs. O. Halverson, mother of Mm structure on the hill.
to the south it cross« a the stream and
the «lope Is upwind to th«* west to
J. Frank Adams, plaintiff, vs. G. lication of this summons is of date
extends eastward in
Paulina James Swansen. left for her home in
July 29th. 1909. and the last will be
the In1" ami Klamuth plateaux.
Fiank Sargent is now a full-fledged L. Frazier, defendant.
mountain range for miles From the Los Angeles Thursday. Mrs. Hal
of date the 12th day of September,
To G. L. Frazier, defendant:
Rainfall Ade«|U.iti- in Main \r«*a
('oltinibla to Modoc county there Is n verson was so taKen with this coun snight of tie grip, having entered
RICHARD SHORE SMITH.
In the name of the State of Ore
Climate Is uniformly excellent. solid 1« ’t of yellow pin«* of varying try that it is he.- intention to return the ent pic y of A. D. Miller, who is
Ocean airs equalise summer mid win width, which will insure billions of in tin- spring at.«! settle here perma the local representative of various
D. V KUYKENDALL.
pear and answer the complaint of the j 7.29,‘9-/2 Attorneys*for 'piaintiff.
Portland houses in this section.
if lumber. Th«* average stand nently.
ter. taking the breath of cold or heat.