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The Uadlnf Ptptr of tue
TV Sun Frtnclscp
The Weekly Chronicle
Tho very beat weekly Nwp,r
publlahed la Owe on lire Wmi.
$1.50 a Year
Urtit.,, ixiaiaa to ar 'i.,f IU
Uuluxi MtauM. ( '.d ..... i. ...
It l Vit becauee, beaidaa
prlnfinv al. Iho newt of the wurld
4p'i -,: in an Interesting way
and 'till Illustrating man
art.c (in, it has spealal depart
mc n:t (.avoted lo .
l-l V-i STOCK
These ara presided evf fey
ed iota havtnf a thorough hnowU
di:a of their apooialllu, 7 ha
pares devoted lo Ajr culture,
llotticu'ture. Poultry and Llva
.'itoon ari wall liluairated and
Il iad with mattar of tha graaiaat
Internal to all aagafad these
Industries, ovary lino baler
rltirn by those who axe In oloee
touob with conditions prevailing
on una loaai.
S. P. AtlLSTKOM.
If on the m.'irkct.
A Inn it t iifnplrtclliicnf Wfijrim
ii ml l.iun.v hnriK-fn, whip'
rnlll'M. tlllfllH, bilf, H,
ipilru, -i im It H, (K hi iy
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THE SEA ELEPHANT.
pacinian on Vlaw at Muaaum In Trlnf
One of tlio curiosities In the grest
private museum of natural history
maintained by the lion. Lionel Walter
Rothschild In Trlng I'ark, England, U
a sea elephant, or elephant seal. Its
scientific name la seal Marrorhlnus elc
pliantlntu or rolxaol(leim. It la the
1 VKJ1U- iw twmu it'll
I rai.i laT fflli
J tiiii-it iii ii.fiu.. t.r ciirtiitftf L; i
mill Iii. ti- Hiiiilrl.lt p. J!f- I V-''. I'.'Ss. !
k palrlc l.v ci.iiipcti iti- mil. L. 3g.j-J.J'jiaMtL-fl.l mm
Nr-KflMKM or SKA BLKIHAHT.
largoM of tli family of HnlM known
as odirlcK, and Ita anont la prolouKl
Inln a rolKiNcla HiiKKatlv of an -le-plinnt'a
Irtmk. TTjIk variety of aeal
jrrowa 1 u length of fourteen fet
bo aa( fro.
Do yoa want Mi Chroaaiola
Showfnf tha Uoltod Statoa, Do
minion of Canada aa4 Nortkora
Mmlco oa oao alda, MAP OP
THE WOVLD, rooUa(tortrw
la a oontlnuotta maa), wilk all
aiaaa In into aonrfloa. tha oav
Cro turlaoo of tivo tank oa tho
Saaid Uu.iH(a Ma mmd
"Voakly ChrooUlo" for otto roar.
poatajra fnpmU m tUf mi
The Dalhr tnd Matp
Only faS t Ycsr
IIKIXTCI) IN IWH)
ELLMORE'S FUEL SAVER.
Altoona Cobblor and Hia Schamo For
Cutting Coal Billa.
John Ellinore of Altoona, Ta.. who
haa cscltfi no inuh attention by Lis
alleged dlacovery of a fuel narer, la a
colibler. He clalma that liy aprlnkllng
the powder he haa Invented on Babe
and then mixing the compound with
eoal tho expenae of fuel can be reduc
ed from 05 to 75 per cent In other
words, that a quarter of a ton of coal
mixed with three-quarter of a ton of
aflhe treated according to bla plan will
give oft aa much beat a a ton of pure
coal, anthracite or bituminous. Ell
more la not very well educated and
does not possess a thorough knowledge
SiTo'iKow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietor
kt-MMalaf 60 YEARS'
0-2 Tnao .MW
"Mtt COrVrHOMTS AC.
Anrnno aonitlna a ikrlrb am) d ortntlon anaf
Qulrti? arriaiit miff opinion frao whether au
aiifti(in la pmbal.lf pinMi)ifi, 'inimuiilr.
uimarinotlreoiiBiiaiiilai. HANDBOOK on I'aiaobl
vnt fro. Ill1at ttrnnrf fur Mounna INttama.
I'aiMiia uuan ibruuah Munn ft Co. raoalro
aavrial tuAU, without charao, U
A aaiKlaomatr llloaraal waaklf. I arraat ctr
oilatli.n of arif K lrMUD" Journal. 1am. a. J o
aaari fur uontiia, tU (M4lijall nawadiwlara.
auaocb lilBoa. iH6 t XL. Waabluaiou. IX C
Timtr.lt I ..! XttTK K
. Iakeview, Oregon March, 2, 1907. J
j Notice Is hereby given that in ccin
: pliauce with the provibiona of the act.
! of Congreaa of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the pale of timber lands in
j the States of California, Oregon, So
, vadu and Washington Territory", as
! extended to all the Public Land State
by act of AuKuxt 4, IK'.ni, Charles H
liadley, of Klamath Falls, Couqty of
Klamath State of 'Oregon, baa tbia
day filed in this office bis sworn state
ment N". :&44, for the purchase of the!
oft i4' SW H
of Section No.
THE ARRIVAL CF FUFUi.
Tm Rufiio Oraan from Bquaahvllla tmi
'Ma yaalrrdsy thnt t coma down.
The boys all holler, "Who'a that Jay
Thrt Jaat fall off or load o' hay?"
1'va auraly had ao orfil toot
t I. Id tny monay In my boot.
I n tha alahta; thay wua ImmanoOk
1 muat hay aquandcred eighty cento.
t mrt a man namad Mister Bllck,
Who irlrd aw m-ll ma a ;old brick.
I I old 'lm It might hlp out some,
lint I had four of tham at hum.
Iff aad, "Now, whan illi yew arrivaf
J-at elva ma two tans f-r a flva."
J 81 I, "(Jo on, yew darned old cheatf"
.An' haj Jr-at scooted down the street.
' I w-nt In tw a thealaa show
Taw an thrm aula dnnce on their too.
ow one uf tham aha wlnkad at ma
I fait aa kittenish as rud ba.
'Tw lucky Itet.ay wuan't there.
f.r she'd 'a' got right In my hair,
Ker she a aa JHlua aa er cat
When gala make eyea at me Ilka that.
Th aldewalka they wua crowded so
r:'.pr!it In the road I thot I d go.
A r;ty conafiibM, no rude.
B. 'l, "Vew ll Kit killed, yew contry dudol
ilt off that car trtu k. t wenty-threel"
H-d I, "Git oat! Ytr can't acare mel"
I told him he who not perllte.
I'll bet thet hurt hlrn aome, all light
An otlymobeel tooted loud.
An' Phnsed ma rinht In tew tho crowd;
P.'it I Jeat dodged It, oulck'ern aeat.
I fi-ver h-d a frljrht like that.
If I'd a got a broken limb.
H- (tosh, I'd hev the law on hlml
"r K"'iln carta may be fine.
Hut I d prefer a boss fer mine.
If I ahud come tew town og'ln,
I (T'Ji-bs I II fetch my Uetay in,
F-r atie an' I er goln' ter splice.
Bay. Koah. all hemlock, but ahe'a nice!
Y-T city life Is more then epry,
T. w ar.lft fer me. I ll aay goodby.
I ttot new liddlea. talea an' Jokea
When I git hum tew tell the folka.
Oeorge C. Marahall In Boaton Glow.
1 i I'Ktl !.!
Lnketi Ore, Aj.i ;
j Notice n hereby , 1 1-.'
I I'iianr i. ii the pro-i-
'it Cougr-'-. of June .;,
An Act '.r the (wle i"
' I 'iat In ura
.'is of the ant'
"A Charity Ball."
In the H ites of California, Oregon,
Nevada, . ml Waahln,.: nn Territory,"
as exteul.vi to all l,' o J'nttlio Land
States by net of Annu l. 4, !8!r2, Wil
liam Y. A-iillcr of I':iihI. v, county of
Lake, Htai" of Oreg-t,. li this day'
filed in this office bin sworn statement
So. WW, 'or the pnri'hnw of tbeNEJ-4'
sf:' Sec. & NW. y of section
i So. , in 1'owriHhit) Nu. r K. tlumr.
No. 18. l;, V. Jl.. ml will offer
proof to stu.w that t.. Inn I sought is
more valuable for lie limlur or stone
than for agricultural purpf.ies, and to
stablinh his claim t- m l land before
Agister and Recier i.l Lakeview
iregon, on Tuesday, t; jitf, fjay 0
luly, 1!J07. He nae- itieses:
Al. Farrow, Will Fturo.v. Ueo. Har
per of Painley Orei'on. and V. B.
Snider of Lakeview, Oregon.
Any and all person ctuiining adver
sely the above described lands are re
quested to file their claims In this
office on or before kH 0th day of
1710. J. Nr. Watroii, Hegister.
Elvs Cream Balm
This Remedy le a 8peolflo,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
OIVIS RILIIP AT ON0I.
It cleunses, soothes, heals, and protects th j
iluseitHi-d membrane. It cures Catarrh and
nnvesuwuy a uim in tno ll.mil quirkly.
1 ' Kent ores the Sensna of TaMto and Smell.
Itj'ouarvthliikluKforKanlxli)(ra .' Applicl into tho noetrils and abKorbodJ
stuck company sen our new sum plea
Wall Stnx't engraved attck certlll
Subacribt; fur The Iike County Ex
nin I tier, If you wuut the news.
Ijir'e Sire 50 cents at PruLKrlirts or by
mail ; Trial Hi.e, 10 cents by muw.
ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warran St, Naw YorV.
o 111 CO.
blanks at the Examine
(t SB '4' 4 NE li SEV4'
JtJ, in Township No. 3o
S., ICange ao. 17, h..,W. M., and will
offer proof to show that the land
sought la more valuable for its timber
or stone tban for agricultural purposes,
and to establish bis claim to said land
before the Clerk of Klamath Co. Ore.,
at bia office at Klamath Falls, Ore. on
Tuesday, the 4th day of June, 1907.
He Dames as witnesses:
C. K. Krandenberg, of Klamath Falls
Ore. C. II. McCumber, of Dairy Ore.
C .11. Duaenbery and Frank II. Hall
of Klamath Fah Ore. -- "ft '", ,
Any and all persona claiming au
versely the above described lands are
requested to Hie their claims (in this
office on or before said 4th day of
1310 J. X. Watson, Register.
IF YOU WANT CASH
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE OR BUSINESS
I CAN GET IT
No Matter What Your Property Is Worth, ei In What Town, City, State or Territory it is Located
of chemistry. lie Is fifty -seven years
old, and with a family to support and
house rent of f 15 a month to pay every
penny that be could make at the cob
bler a bench was used up. He baa In
vented a device to keep rails from
spreading, a pocket fire escape and s
new method of compressing air, which
be thlnka will prove of great value In
the. automobile business, but hitherto
be has not been able to get any benefit
from his Inventions from lack of mon
ey to put them on the market His fa
ther, a lumber dealer, bequeathed him
In crude form the secret of the process
of treating ashes.
If I did not have the ability and facIlltlt'H to sell your property, I certainly could
I not afford to par for thin udvertlHetnent. This "ad" (like all my other "ads") Is
practically ru re to place on my list u number of n-w properties, and I ura just as
sure to sell these properties and make enough money In coinnilHHlons to pay for the
coat of thoHo "ads," find make a good profit liealdes. That is why I have so large a
rem estate DtisincHs touny.
I Why not put your property among the number that will be sold as a result of these
1 will not only sell It some time but will be able to sell it nulckly. I am n mm.
I all int in uick sales. I have the mout complete and up to date equipment. 1 have
branch offices throughout tbe country and Held force of men to find buyers.
I do not handle all lines usually carried by the ordinary real estate agents. I MUST
I SKLI real estate and lots of it or go out of bueiuess. lean assure you I am not
going out of business. On the contrary, I expect to find ,ut the close of tbe year, that
I have sold twice hh umny properties as 1 did the punt year, but it will first he necessary lor me to "list" more pro
perty. 1 want to lint VOUKS and SELL it. It doesn't matter whether you have a farm, a borne without any laud,
or a business; it doesn't matter whut it is worth, or where it is located. If you will fill out the blank letter of in
quiry below and mail it to me today, 1 will teli you how and why I can quickly convert the property into cunh, and
will give you my uompleto plan
Free of Charge
and terms for hndling it. Tho iuformtion I will give you will be of great value to you, oven if you should not sell.
You hud better write today before you forget it. If you want to buy any kind of a Farm, House, or Ilusinesa,
U any part of the country, toll me your requirements. I will guuruutee to till tliom promptly and satisfactorily,
DAVID I'. HIT, the Land Man, 415 Kansas Avenue, Topeka. KANSAS
Hor Dealro to 8oo Hor Father 8tart en
His Polar Voyage.
When Walter Wellman sets sail la
his airship In July to discover the
north pole, his eldest daughter, Ruth,
may witness bis start She is a well
known figure In the social set at Wash
ington and Is greatly Interested in her
father's plans, having the utmost faith
In their ultimate success. She Is plan-
1 You Want toScll Fl n, Cut Out and Mall Today.
I'leuHO send, without cost to me, a plan for finding; a
canh buyer for my property which contests of
Town Comity State
Following Is a brief description:
Lowest cawli price
If Yon Want to Buy Fill In, Cut Out and Mall Today.
I desire to buy property corresponding approximately
with the following specifications: Town or city
Price between $ .... and $ I will pay
t down and balance ,
Tho Apt Pupil.
The phllanthropical Fifth avenue
lady was visiting a lower east side
Sunday school. To test the aptness of
a particularly Indigent cluster of pu
pils she took tbe class In band to ques
"Children, which Is the greatest of
Not one answered.
-Think a little. WLat Is it I am do
In? when I give op time and pleasure
to come down among yon for your
A grimy fist went up.
"Well, what am I doing, little boy7"
"Buttin' ln."-New York Life.
Tl tlitr.K tVl.tlt (ITK K
United States Land oilii e Lakeview
Ore -on, Apr. 12, VM.
Notice is hereby give . that In com
pliance with the provi.-ii.iit) o tbe act
of Congress o! June 187. entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in the States of California. Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory'
as extended to all th public land
states oy act of August 4, 18J2, Thom
as H. Hum phery. of Klamath. Fall.
! county of Klamath State of Oregon.
has this day filed in this office bis
sworn statement No. 3."J. for tbe pur
chase of tbe N 'j N of Section So.
30. Township No. 34 S.. Ilange No. 18
E., W. M.. and will offer proof to
show that tbe land sought is more val
uable tor its timber or stone tban for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the
Clerk of Klamath County Ore. at his
office at Klamath Falls on Tuesday
tbe 2, day of July, l'J07. He names
as witnesne :
Robert O. Horning, J. R. Horning,
M. Echf iou'.o, Isaac Voorohees, all of
Klamath Fulls Ore.
Any and ail persons claiming adver
sely tbe above-described lands are re
quested to die their claims in this
office on nr lfore said 2. day of July
16-10 J. X. Watson, Register.
The Cruaty Bachelor.
"You appear to be admiring my
teeth," said tbe romantic maiden.
"Ah! Indeed I am admiring them,"
replied the crusty bachelor. "Such
white Ivory 1 superb. I was Juat
"And what were you thinking of?"
"I was thinking what fine billiard
balls those teeth would make If they
were only as large as an elephant's
And then tbe romantic maiden said
the crusty bachelor was the meanest
man she had ever met. ChIcago""News.
Bean tbe Ine Kind Yw !' Aiwars 8otflC
Mica Axle Grease
Best lubricant for axles ia tho
world long wearing and very ad
hesive. Makes a beivy load draw like a
light one. Saves half the wear oa
wagon and team, and increases the
earning capacity of your outfit.
Ask your dealer for Mica Axlt
Living Up to Hia Name.
A teacher in a mission school In Bos
ton Had amouff her pupils a colored
boy named Ralph Waldo Emerson
Longienow. as ne was absent one
Sunday, she asked the class If any one
knew the reason for bis essence.
"I reckon I do," said one small, seri
ous looklrt uoy.
"What la the reason, Johnnie?"
ul guess he's home writing poetry,"
responded the boy, with a delighted
chuckle.- Youth s Companion.
Tempted to Go on Stage.
Bac4 j Did you ever have any desire
to go on the stage?
Egbert Oh, yes. Only last week I
did. Oh, the actor was vile! But I
contented myself with shying an egg
at html YoDket Statesman.
At Cenaa Purpoaea.
"Old Pengborn Is working himself to
kin and bones trying to keep that boy
of his In college."
And what's the boy doing?"
Doing his best to be expelled."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Evory Time Ho Told It.
MISS HUTU WELLMAN
nlng to start for Spitsbergen in a short
time, so us to be present when the
voyage in the airship la begun. Mr.
Wellman got ready to leave Spitsber
gen oa his polur quest last autumn,
but the conditions at that time did not
favor making the start, aud the expe
dition was postponed to this season.
" . .
hare ato" 1 .
and area: .'
larire yicl.'.s i '
,1 beautiful f -.-
tw reliable ni 1 t .
'.A where, to' 1 '
f -JV Seed Laiv. .
. "i the moat
-u'.ar every- Li
rs. 1907 JT2
' . CO
Ascum WWdt do you think? The
guide says that ton years ago he caught
a twelve pouud brook trout. I didn't
think they grew so large.
Teller-Well, you bpv, that oue has
been gradually growing all these ten
years. Cleveland l'lulu Dealer.
First Bohemian Ii you believe In
the power jt song?
Second Hohemlan Rather. I have
changed uij lodgings twice this week
n account of It Fllegende Blatter.
We underxtand that W. A. Currier,
of Summer Lake, has purchased the
Lloyd Hunter ranch. In Summer
Lake valley, for his son-in-law, War
ren Marsters. We did not learn the
Notice to Sheepmen : All Pollick,
au expert sbeepsheurer and a crew of
California shearers are at my corrals
in Camas prairie ready to go to work.
have my corrals in excellent shape
this spring aud the feed is better than
2u- Mrs. Kosu McDnniels.
NOTICE of restoration of publio
lands to settlement and entry. De
partment of the Interior, Oenerai
Land Office, April W07. Notice
ia hereby given that the Secretary of
the Interior bus on April 11, 1907, va
cated his former order of July, 29,
1904, withdrawing tbe following dea-
ciibed lands for irrigation purposes itr
connection with the Ana River Pro
ject, Oregon : Township thirty South,
. - .uuv, 'v w.ut. VMV M
township thirty South, Range seven
teen East, Section six, und baa order
ed that the aforesaid lunrln l.o uof.j
to the put no doa ain and to settlmente
but uot to becoue subject to entry
filing or selection under the publio
muu tuna oi iuo uniteu (states until
August 12, 1907, at the United States
Lund Office at Lakeview, Oregon.
Commissioner of General Laud Of
ffioe, It A. liulliuger,
James Rudolph Garfield, Secretary
of the interior. 13-Aug-l