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liait uf the the colini).
It will I. • a iih . si bene
Mil l i I '.IS will 11< I.n I g
complet Inn flchil mui1 11 ikliig for the county und
of their work pi I it !
a ii.uiilh nr will pay Io the ali. khold' is as great
• It We. I. .
a pi i i ent. on the Invest ment as any
Mr. J. It
ptH.l,. „nd Mi s Maud oilier cut erpi isc In which «le v could
Kulm win' mill'd in liialll.lge by engage.
It Is to he hoped that Mr.
Rev. J W. pa y ant at the latter's It. will lie sili'iessfiil In his efforts,
H'SIllellC'' III HiU ,||V on Sunday. and that thousands uf a* r< s of rich
M r. I’, .1 île h ni i h" i ,11 ■ Il of I! S. land will thereby no longer remain
Grigsby, min mil
i 1st uf here, Idle for wi.nt of w ati r.
It fron KI mi it h I* alls to om* or mor<
of the prosperous and groelog is'iit'-rs
of laislir'Hn I: i KI nil »I h c unity, wh Te
the road would Im aerose t h • ii*; I
land <<f Hie valley.
J F. Ad im«, of Tul ■ I. ik *,
tow II M III'I 17.
Mr. and Mr«. I.ouis Gerlier started
Laki view Ki stler: Mr. S. I. Me-
Ì hey arc Naughton, the ploprleto« of 11,<• Lak' • for Laki",I' w un Simil i..
John Million, of Ashl.m<l, Wih 111
of View-Ager stage line, lias br i ll ovi-r
from Klamath falls several dav. town Sm.day and Momi.iv,
A here I he ) i ine* i iiiipl
im lu i d lioiih. I,,-, pm -,
aci'oiiipnnli dliy tl,.
miinv fi li ndi
||> hall • Vi * I'sl.lv I"
ih. it.t'-r III y «HH I
, ,.i<|lsll> ll>ilt>'.l hi
<hh I' k
quii'- a Haiti il
ciii i »ii -on in.I
and without il<
mut h I tiger d. i
tour i Ii
'‘iloti) '' is ho had that In going a very
short distance the wheels
f III IH II m >I I 1«
III« | f »»• l»it>Ìt
«». i, i -. k v<n« '.
itili H hh **«»*
W I II V II. l's !•>!
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tlig la I i 1
A s ui S i’ b
II. J ii'lin '•
pina • t of V vh!
Ill that i il) 1 1 l.urwlay.
<'..utl. iifl «1
Tii ■ t« rm 1
.‘tlliffllHl of busi
tr.m».ii tin ; ■* |.Ur
ih M, mlj unn'<l * ■*lay.
. n shave ntl r:i<b <il Hh
till Weik of pm) « •r nt
lari 1 liutcli.
In pl i'
t 1 h ■ old croa»
pwite Ma 1 '•) \ barn»-« «*>"
oil" «.Il I'll! 1
Til 0,. I*..
tlllll W.l, .1 1.
Vl ir*M <<n-
with des. rubi»
I rated pap.-r, rr.ll ie
Infor.n il I" 1.
• we ricrlvi'd a
niuiilc.itn fi 11 Starnutii Agi •iiry,
II«' pllh: Il 1 .'1 of w llii II we lire CUfll-
1« ll.'ll to lil t r lint d next we <-k.
Tli • past 1 r r til ' M. F.. ihiin'h.
ml II, w III pr u h In I'" • V. ill<7 licxl
H .11 Io 1..
in' ami even «ng. lb
N o . r. .< e. ther .
fi r .1 c •.i;>'
• ni'inthi, ^ftcr which
In- w 'I go to ' i ; h Notn • and try his
Ssveril dramit • entert ilntnents
luck In the g bl
■rr In prosr-.f,
Til1 D 'gr. •
■ ns n i » t<> b th'great ai
llisinr i j>r
) iriii * 1 o i •_ Hi • I, m I
li.t'1' an itti r
traction for n >ln tk . and if hilf tile
it li -r t ilent wili
olt It arc t rue. it is III
s li ill 1
t’iutigi't reni f ir stili a iolli r.
fact the III! 'it d< ira ble pl ICC Io dig
It I« n* rl'. ' ' f ' Kl.i .1 it’i Fall >
up g dd i in, that li.is yet 1 :•< Il fol und.
t» llave a ti 11 I of tra I •
xatinn »his. uni" 1 i,f l'tlorl woii’d ) ¥ The ■' nmt v court lilh b n is s* »li
prove v tv in ' uni ut al la furili -ring slim sl'i.'i la t v . I., v.ilh niuch work
, ii han 1.
\'. "tdlng to tlie new law
th? groath ul itti' town and count v.
■ m '1 and road districts
Th - fact th ,t •
ral m-w ndditlons
the pre In. 1 • ' i Ki imath county have
hi town li'ive recently
; all I, n 1 ,uii I I a id one 11 vv pre
tieii.'.-il, 1« a ||||)t th.it w lien
cinct fori i 'l named >.mw, taking in
'•¡»■ns Bure wtll |M< many
townships in an I 11, ranges a and (I,
iiiiire of not ■>aly a Idi) I ms but
: In the s niti ¡iw. 1 coi 11 r of I lie cornil).
'* ,;t "■« an I !„
' •(« hoaiK'S.
. 1. ip.
' Including 1
A lodgi. ,,f ti).
l’anghfcrs of He- neecMsllati"> .1 ¡1 a lo id ilist riel. vv hlcli
••"k ih, atidlhiry
t • III • LO. 11. I’.. wlll lie No. I
situ.lt ed withln tile
IlBlitliti ,| i 1*1 evenlng
ut the iNlllllds of I lie 11 w preeiiiet.
‘Md Feline' li di In thls city
bv I*. judges and derks of eliM'tion vvere
Lakeview, also appoint I and county oftleers'
I’ll Te Were
Ihlrly-slx charter mem-
R n I su*> r-
1 I mmi Ls were ev iniin
¡«lverti»iiig pm,»i. ..
vis If,. (O II "ill until th-lr successors
II d'*, formerly of i I i I h are cl m t I 11 '.I June, vvere appolnt-
1 f Eugene, lias Ix-en 1 ed.
*1 Kingly lee
''"imnindeil to tlv presl-
nan I Ils ua that whether
■Il'|"ilntment a« district
the railroad is built nr not next sum
Hl« friends here
’’"Ibegl.i i ,,
mer ii.'pi'iuls largely onthegi-iicio«l-
* l'"3r of his bright
iv of the citizens.
In reply lotlils.
we will Ha) that the past hlslory mid
Mon I ex pi'ri "lie.* of 1 Ills count V arc that the
ili! o citizens have always shown them
""'"f", . ........ mi.
III« selves read) and willing to give any
Is it. s!Ue|
"Us an I roomy as thing within 1 lie I hiiiiii I s of reason to
•''’«Mb-, «ml I« „ llt
sample of what get rallw.iv ciiinmunleatIon with the
bcxl Kummer ¡outside world. Should tin- railroad
wh "n Ihn nil h-.
companv deem it advisable to ask for
,l"‘A. o if
W. lulliateii «ix now aid, I here call b •am doubt of I lie eit I-
iiixht and have zeiis responding llb/rally undgl idly
It is not Improbable
■ al present.
In tn I he request.
• ¡inning that aid in in >ney or land m.iy be
'h' A. O. P VV I
..........• Hl!ite, linked for, as it luus nearly always
,'V''rv Pr'”‘l’fet of gaining been th • cusimn for new roads to do
"rM Pheo h. ¡h
near fuf lire.
1>'ri"' fallroid >
1 H|n'Veyor«of the O. M.
Mr. ami Mrs. E. 1!. Re.nues, of Ibis
" '‘""' Iffilcd to lay olT for city, Ktarted yesterday for San Fran
”r""' «n al cisco. wliei'e lliey will vlslt old frlemls
w|’,'n‘llleir """ 1,1 1,1 ‘ ""»'htnins and enjoy lite l'or a tuonih or more,
V.'liile th re. Mr. II am-.s will «ce ¡1
•"’’•til fort v , o' '**-v' '■ and located Hinüber of S.in Francisco and Sacra-
. ........................................... .................
i mento capitalisls. wllli wh...... he has
r' ■'ll I Vili <-.,|,| i,
""rv''V to 1
m w subscribers of th'- past w. < k.
in.'lke tliis rotile on lime.
Fustern Star In the A. <». I'. W.
Dr. Wright arrived home Tuesday
■ it. I,* • riHim last Thursday evening t>e- from his visit to Portland and Astor
1 1 fore a I .tree audience, consist Ing main ia. lie reports that the lumber man
ly of Mas.ms and tlulr families.
It ufactories up that way cannot supply
was In all n -¡Ms ts a gorgeous, trium the demand, always ticliig liehind
ph. mt a:id delightful success.
We w ith their orders. This is an indi«
h id intended to give a full account of e it Ion of t he value of this county’s
the play and the actresses, but find unexcelled forests of pine.
1 that the want of space prevents. We
I»rs. Ilarguii nnd Straw returned
< can only siy that the ceremonies
Friday from a pl<*:is.int trip to Port
were appropriate and
In their travels they freipient-
mlrth-pnivoklng. ami that In the
ly heard our coming railroad spoken
marehhi' and dancing, the sisters,
of. and the general verdict was that
while-robed ami masked, were as
the route tiring the lest and e.isii st
mysterious an I attractive as Knights
acrot-s the mountains that has thus
of the (hdden <'In*b*.
far I wen iliscoverid, made the inune-
matters of Interest. they heard the
di:'tc building of the road an aliso-
hstureof MissNusin B. Anthony on
|s>lltles ami the supremacy of women:
Itiitiahsl a candidate who came for
I ROM BONANZ \
that purjs's.* riding the lodge room
gnat; and under the auspices of the
Seeing ¡1 diummer in town, thought
Most High I’ull Hauler, captured and it was necessary to write a few items
brought to punishment Paul |*rv, from this place, as that is a sure indi
whohadlxxn listening to thedelih- cation that wc «till live in Klamath
erat ioi.s of t he l.slgv. All inall.it
was as |M-rfect an evening's amuse
ment as < ue could wish.
play, the spectators and ¡tetrose« sat
down to a royal lunch cetTse, cake
ami all the delicacies of the season
and t lien I lie younger portion in at
tendance closed the evening by a
Then all went home and
dieamed of flic pleasure tliyy had
It Is sili! that it Is impo.Jbl? t >
build a standard gunge railroad from
Klamath Fails across the mountains
to the Rogue river country.
everlasting hills that Intervene seem
to knock out all thoughts of such a
But there is one kind of ¡1
railroad that could be built from tills
place to either Ashland or Medford,
and that Is ¡ hi electric road.
tremendous water power of Klam ith
govi riiiiu .it hors" buyers to Bonanza
Mat Halli' h . of B' 'lt|i ld, and 1*. A.
Hall, of this piare, are muon • i,ur
M oiik A non .
I ROM KLAMATH AiifiNCY.
On Sunday previous religious ser-
vl<'i s were had and on Monday the
parents and friends of the children
lng.1.1 to tlock in tn at tend the Christ
A Ix'imti-ous spread
had lx-< n prepared and at. 1 p. id .
rlcVen I.Pill s were II' I'.il) laden with
g< .'I thing's for th" children of the
school. At th- tap < f the bell tin-
v.rit. r a. '"inpani"d ( apt. O. C. Ap-
pl. /ale to th" il.ning room, and 110
children wer.- seated at the tables en-
joyln;» t he ev-ellent repast.
turkeys had been nicely roasted,
ma.she I poi itcs, nicely smoothed
an I r iund"d up in the dlshi-s by the
deft hands of some of the Indian
girls under th" supervision of Mrs.
Elvira Mann, would have done honor
tn any table; Hire" kinds of cake, pie,
< omiM'lor Rutenii* s- t t lie good ex-
ampie List week of .subscribing for
Fruiti tire Salem Statcsman It Is
tliis pats-r lo he : •■ut to t wo of his
Icnriied iliat aii iirgiinlzed iffnrf is to
Le put furili in vi sprlng and siimm r
IL E. Motiih r. of Klama!h Agency.
tu MTIirr an lllllux of new scltlcrs for
a business visi! to Klamath
I V Is mid
to eliei k llierclul aste« mi luti uf tic capltol < II) I alb. o'i I ridiy a il wlille bere cal-
lias, In- fin« t.ikin thè mattcr In hand and le<l and rememliered tir- ptlnlcr.
M. S. Pai ters ili, of tliis place. and
business nsks all tuwna In thè valley tu con-
plum pudding, apples arid fresh roast
as .i mat ■ Irihute inuiiev. witli whlch tu wmi a Comity Supcrlntcndent Fountaln cal-
ed pork were also in the menu.
ter of i
man Into th ■ nilddie cast tu pletore led hist wiek and puslied their names
There were were 120 children In at
hi# city • •r It
river valley, and thè vlrtuesaml splendor« of thè Wil- ahea<i a ve.ir apice ■ 011 uur suLsi'rip-
tendance. After they had finished
Mill In .1 yr.n •» 1 t <>" • ve It th rutin- himottc tu pe iple who are mie my for tioti lisi.
their meal, llo grown pc-rsotiK. pat
( y Mît.
i cli:in;;<’ uf location ami filmate.
Geo. W. I.issiley, of K lainatli Agen
rons 1 f the school and police were ser
Tw • 1
cy, ami J. F. Loosl")' of Fort Klam
•11 -< 1 Bl tin B nn
ved vv It Ii dinner. The general tnan-
iliifl <«>>(<! ■m M.l11. . w h < wi re in < u«. mee uf molature and f<>/ an I cuti en ath. were In town on Friday an I, cal
mi nt was directed by the superin
t<MÎy .‘.t Ki uii 1 tii A •< 1 v fur dl.i.r- duri O h - Sepul. hr.il gl'Milll of excesslve ling at this office. Improved th<- finan
tendent. Misses Anna C. Egan, An
filmate of thè
W Il cial department of our subscript ion
k, a;1 < 1 inllie‘ s. thè rifinite
na Appb gate and Mary A. Baas-ii
pi»*» Hut d 11 i
of p-.'i, 1 an 1 lamette ' wuiild provi eminenti)' s.itis- llht.
md Mr. and Mrs. Butl r exemplified
A h lo budu-s.». the Wil-
I h îh I k I f i A ¡<1
w i< : .■ 1 In :;u! h fi factory,
Mr. F-gb-rt. the mipcrintcndent of their skill in waiting upon the tables.
1 h’h < .Hl 1Id tin rn. '1 0 1 mil.Ill police lamette migli! bave Ix-.-n desirahl.- the Yainair government s'hool. cani-
A visitor remarked in conv.-rsation
were h -i»t III ptl. ot .11I arrived In vv bell it was stilli tfffy or sixty down on Saturday tom t Mrs. Eg-
that many a child in some of our
K Lin.it h 1 dis W J II ti: 1 p| isoners ) c.iis agl n. Imi wc rluulit if it Is rush le-rt on h-r arrival fr<>..i Sin Fra:i-
great cities had no such a repast as
fu. .<i * •
for t .1 • \g. ncy with lllg ululi; g ut a ve ■ry rapid pace in t liât ciucii. Tliey returned to Valmix on
that to partake , f on that day:
Whil e ist el Ilers should Monday.
thrill y. n .1 e| <|.l V
The hors, s were line ii'iw.
Dinner over, an appropriate pro
do. If tlicy are determined to cut
. i ! m > re» uv
II. W. Montague, agency clerk at gram was carried out, and a tree was
lisine frolli their ohi miHirim's und
J. Q W.ldts. of I...U 1: w, II. 1».
KI.imat h Agency, was In re frmn Sat- nieeiy deeki-d w ith presents for the
wck a rliatige, li> to brute in an tin-
lie male ua a evening. The play. * At the Court
follow mg named
unlay to Mondav.
G. M.. ticst all <1 t <
devi lo(M-<l and pr i 'tIcally m w country
brief but pleasant call and marie a of King Winter." with the following
.< W lililí < IS of 1
1. him..th l/atgc,
like eastern < »regoti, W here t fiero are
six nr iiths' advance payment on sub , characters, was rendered:
1. O. I». 1
N.I 1’7. last Saturtlar
plent y of np|sirt unit les fur
King Winter. John Cole.
W. 1 . t l.i: k. N. G.; J. B.
nnd entcrprls •.
< 'basing the ipni«
November. Minnie Cisikman.
'.implwll, V. G ; ' L. 1 ‘.irelsli. So.'.;
Prof. Washburn and wife, I. E.
fit mis tn mi old. lethargic sett lenient
I>< ccli'ln r. Bessie Chiloquin.
C. II. W h1 ■ •
11. .isur-r: a . K< rsh
Mltch.il. Mrs. Egtsrt. and J. F.
is especially tough on an Individual
u-r, W.; 1F. !..
Dame Nature, Rachel Wilsiin.
•. i ' : J. \ .
Got Ib r an I s .n return d 0:1 Sundav
w ith small capititi.
Claus. Roy Applegate.
Ifl.llstoll If. s. N. g .; t’. E. Hum-
from their excursion t" San Fr.i 1 .-
( litis!mas Day. II ¡11ie Barkley.
'Flic pl i) entitled ••Female Mason- co. They had a very pleasant trip
nlirry. 1.. >. N < : 1*. L. Fountain,
Foref.it In r's Day. Mollie Corbell.
v"w:u»given by the Indic« of th- and an enjoyable visit.
i: - \ - •
I' 1 ILtimiker, L. S. V.
A lodge of 11 0. 1 ». F. 1» 1 ti I m * In
M It ut si at iil i:i.mz..i t li;s
S< ier.il in m Ii « of the k 1.iin.it b
1 tlchn. 1. G.; It. Ih 'Hen-
Fail. 1 ■ 1 ■
1 h. " Iu wlt G.: G.
t .' i.'s, If. S. S.;
i stille. 1 ». 1
n »v tie 1 r o mije».
C. 1 R Hlits 1 ,. S. S.
Tile S o .11 St.itiwiimn
iiianininth N » Year's niimls-r. ¡un! .
III III) 1l’arr s! 1, wlm t<«>k to Sill
11 qiullt) ami qii mt it v It w th ill p-r
Frali' I m o a dr< ■ ie uf government
f 'Ct k pill.' with tin- usui! inter- Imrscs a 11 itlple i d vv. ks ago. r< t urn-
pris.* uf th it j " ira il.
He st4t«s that he
ed l.m Sa 1 uril.iv
r <lru\c hi a few
M . II I'Kl . 1 hilt ’11 «pl * 1 II I in
I rior vic* ■<( ll'v up’ll lions
0 in 1h<- eiiinlnv
graphs! i .«t Illi) will) Hl • inten- main nt s an F11r l-..
' . ‘
li hi of «'.urn' an id‘el rntyps for of the t’n. al lr hi Works of th it city
was doing I i U sìiii ' hh
Rev. Bristo talked to our people
t his evening at thest-lmol bonne.
( h.iv s station.
here on Monday.
I OC \l Nl AV 5.
Geo. I,. ( 'll.isi'. of
J. A. Ager, forwarding ag
a-' nt at
Agi i ' al., mad" a Imsiie-ss trip to
I his ' Ity on Friday, returning Mon-
takes m ail) half an hour,
to be repeal'll often uii every t rip
J. T. I’.itter>>n. residing on tin*
and the mall I h Ihus d'I.iviil.
says, however, tllut K lama! li I all. B. siks ran'h. fivored us bv adding
•W ill sol'll have a lallruad and tln-n wc bls name to our list of patrons last
wlll gel uur mali un I iiim *. uh he ran week.
u I wiivm
J. L. Ilolx-rt«, of b.iirv,
Klamath I alls visitor Monday.
The stage 1« getting here atnny
old time now, owing to the muddy
roads, and Clopton wants to engage a
deputy to sit up and wait for It with
(if course a youiig lady I m pre
ferred. Better advert ¡Ms
I here is a case In just lee court here
M-t for the Mth A. 1». Harjsilil vh.
a T. M. and M. A. Wita-man.
solid und I hat tie' drivi r
h il to stop and dean them,
< in ll< 11
J I* tu
■ n < •• tuoni l>
M III <«’
H>' says that all of the di la)'. In II e
malls at this place from the «« st ari
h ca us« d by the terrible o ads I h Iwei n
Klamath Falls and the lallroad.
la no I rouble to make the 11 ip in I in >■
hi t we<-ii K lamaf h Falls
view, but that 110 kind
t en hi
collld I h ' driven over t he
end i f
tlie rout* < n f ime.
||e savsthat the
are Infoiin< <I Hu, propri
mm h larger
al,- 1 han
Th.* lori ;
ter and rii
r-H********-* •> +
this w'e. k willi a g's d memlM'rshlp.
I here I k also luIk of organizing a
lodge of A. <». I’. W. h'Te. Tills
wlll t» conv'-nlent for those who al-
read.' I h -I oii ’ to Klamath Lails lodge
No. 11 <).
Winds. Elsie Stakes and Lena
Heralds. Quimby Chickaskane and
and Patrick Jackson.
Flower«, interinediate children.
Elves, primary children.
The parts were well sustained and
showed great pains had t»een taken
by those who had them under train
ing. Roy Applegate made a verit
able "Santa Claus.’’
The writer had the privilege of see
ing ¡1 nicely prepared program pre
sented to (’apt. (>. C. Applegate.
The front leaf was artistically deco
rated with a wreath of niisletoe and
the words. "A Joyful Christmas
•to You." written as a title across the
If not, look in at our
p'aee and select from
nice, clean Htock
Felt Boots, etc
I. E WILLITS, Proprietor
In Order To
for Our Fall
Goods Cheap. <
Timber Land. Act
— DEALERS IN—
Call And See US.
1878— Timber Land, Act Juna 3, 1878—
Notice for Publication.
leaf. On the first page the names of
Notice for Publication.
the committee wete written with an
UNITED STATES IAND OFFICE.!
invitat ion 1 > the exercises.
L akeview , O regox , Peceiulier 2, 1899.)
ing "U the next page was the cast of
Notice i* hereby given that. in com
It was tied at pliance with tlie provisions of the act of
the top with a white satin bow of Congress of J ane 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of tiinlier landa in the
states <>f California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory,” Perry Stewart,
county and that spring is coming and
Medford. C >unty of Jackson. State of
happiness of ¡ill present and every
the prospect of some more republican'
Oregon, has this dav tiled in this office
one pronounced it ¡1 success.
Ins sworn statement. No. 167, for the
Rev. Fysh and family were guests purchase of the SW. '4 of Section No.
We iiad a grand time here on the
32, in Township No. 40 S., Range No. 7
5th Inst., the occasion being the lit of ('apt. and Mrs. O. (’. Applegate E.. and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its tim
tle folks’ masquerade Imll. which was Christ mas.
ber or stone than for agricultural pur
Rev. I». T. Summerville, presiding poses, and to establish his claim to said
a complete success in every particular.
The cost times were of the latest st vie. elder of the (¡rants Pass district. land lielo-e the Register and Receiver of
this office at Lakeview. Oregon, on Sat
as the following list will bear witness: spent Christmas day at the Agency. urday, the 17th day of February, 1900.
Misses Maggie Goss. I.iherty; Bird
A private Christinas tree at t he He names as witnesses S. R. Reeves,
Hoagland. Highland Lassie: Maggie residence of Cap!. Applegat-' proved of Medford, Oregon : N. G. Bates, of
Medford. Oregon: T. W. Beckett, of
('ollah:m, Lilierty; Ora llnmaker, to be very fruitful.
Among the val Medfold. Oregon: D.
R. Andrus, of
Nailor Gil l: Nora Goss and Mabie Har- uable presents was a bible, with pad Medford, Oregon. Any and all persons
|Hild, Jack and Jill: Lillie \ an Riper. ded cover, presented to Mrs. Apple claiming adversely the above-described
lands are requested to tile their claims
Flower Girl; Marie llarpnld. Queen gate from the children.
(.'apt. Ap in this office on or before said 17lh day
Victoria; Daisy Goss. Fairy: Geotgla plegate
received a tine copy of of February, 1900.
Hoagland, Caul Girl; Leona Bean. Sh.ikes|x'are bound in red morocco.
Ninas Bells; Ella Nichols. Nellis>1 Girl: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lisislev, Miss
Erini Hoagland. Little Sailor: Eva liaasen and all the children were re-
Law del baugli: Masters Earl llmna- nietnliercd.
Rev. Fysh and family
ker, Clown: Arthur llamaker. George were invited to attend and a little
Wa.'.hington; Mont llamaker, Hugh Imx was handed to him, the contents
Clopton. Mark llamaker, Jack the amounting to
which made the
Giant Killer: Louts Bi an. Uncle Sam: Rev. wear a genial smile all day.
Garret \ anRiper. I’rinee; Jessie Van-
Rev. C. ('. Graff, wife and daugh
Riper, Sailor Boy; Don MichoLs, Sail ters were guests of ('apt. and Mrs.
er; Lee Bean, Clown; Alex Zevelv, (». ('. Applegate Christmas.
After dancing until 11
Clara Loosley had the misfortune
o'clock, the ladles prepared a lunch,
to run a rusty nail into her knee
which the children enjoyed very
much. This was one of the IltiiOs
bound it up.
when I he children did not have to
One of our respected young ladies
wait, as the old folks sat back and
(single) hied herself to the county
let them have first choice and from
Falls would furnish electricity, and
the road itself could be easily and
cheaply graded. The iron and ties
would be about one-fourth the cost
of iron and ties on ¡i standard guage
road, ¡¡nd the expense of the rolling
stock would be proportionately cheap.
If the On-gon nnd Midland road is
built bel ween (his place and Riama
timi), it might be a gissi investment
to have ¡m electric road from here to
Medford, and doubt less its stock could
becasll) dls|sised of to residents oil or the wav they Is'haved they appreciat
ed it loo. After they had cat 'll all
near the line.
There would be no
mountains to fear, ns such a road they could, the old folks ate the.
could pass up or down them with lit scraps, as they say. After enjoying
themselv ok until I o’clock, they de-1
tle cutting or tilling, and theeost of
parted for their several homes, saying
the elect ricity Io run the ears would
they Ind had the best time in their
HllslM'IMl,'d by had coirespondencc. In relation to I he be comparai ivelv nothing.
'‘idlr’e organlz. itIon "I 1 large stock company stead oT such a road to Ashland or little Ilves,
We an'informed that the lodge of,
w,’"hl '«ave to futnlsh Irrigation to the great Medford, sixty or sixty-five miles dis
- ’h ' first of next t’.-ic’s ' f t'.nlrrl;'it"d val'cy I nub, I» tai.t. Would It not be better to build 1. ('. (». 1’. v ill be hiblltut •(! here
scat, we think, with matrimonial
We wish her joy.
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds in the town treasury to pay all
warrants up to and iliclunding No. t>93.
Interest will cense from date.
December 28, 1899.
J. AV. SlKVIFS'S,
E. M. ltRATTAIN, Register.
UNITED STATES LAND oi l'll E.i
L. vkkvikw , O mqon , December 2. 1*99.1
Notice is hereby given that, in com
pliance with the provision» of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, et.titled "An
act for the sale of timber kinds in tIn
states of California, Oregon, Nevada a id
Washington Territory,” Timinas W.
Beckett, of Meiiford, Ore., County of
Jackson, State of Oregon, has fhis’dny
tiled in this office his sworn statement.
No. 158, for the purchase of the N E. 't
of Section No. 32. in Township No 49.
S„ Range No. 7 E., and will offer pfvw>f
to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purttoaee, and to establish
his claim to said land before the Regis
ter and Receiver of thia offtne m . Hike
view, Oregon, on Friday, the t(»ih dav
of February, 1900. He names a^wit-
nesses: A. 1). Naylor, of Meiiford. Ore. ;
G. L. Schermerhorn, of Medf nd. On'.;
C. O. Ramsey, of Medford, Ore.: W.
Forsyth, of Medford, Ore. Any and all
persons claiming adversely the al« vr-
deecrihed lands are requested to tiie
their claims in this office on or before
said Kith day of February, 1900
E.'Sf. BRATTAIN, R. :ister.
Timber Land. Act June 3. 1S78—
Timber Land, Act Jun« j, 1878
Notice for Publication.
Notice for Publication.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, (
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.)
L vkkvikw , O kkgox . December 2, 1899. I L. vkkvikw , O rkgox , I>ecenil>er 2, 1899.Î
Notice is hereby given that, in com
Notice is hereby given that, in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of pliance with the provisions of tin- act of
Coiigie«« of June 3, 1878, eolithd "Au Congress of June3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber land» in the, net
the sale ................
states of California. Oreiron, Nevada and j state« of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory,” G. Shell, of | W vshinston Territory,” 8. R. Reeves,
Medfotd, Oregon, County of Jackson, of Med lord, Ore., County of Jackson,
State of Oregon, has this dav tiled in State of Oregon, has this dav filed iu
this office his sworn statement, No. l((0, 1 this office his «worn statement. No. I V,
for the purchase of the SE. >4 of Section | for the purchase of the NE. 1 I of Sec-
No. 28, in Township No. 40 S.. Range tion No. 30, in Township No. 40 S.,
No. 7 E„ and will offer proof to show Range No. 7 E., and will offer prtsif to
that the land sought is more valuable for show that the land sought ie more vain-
its timber or »tone than for agricultural able for its timber or none than lor a>-
purpose«, and to establish his claim to ' rie ill til rat purnoeee, and toeahiblhb bi*
said land before the Register i and Re- claim to raid land before th» Ib «¡Mer
ceiver of this office at Lakeview.
___ and Receiver of
at - i,alende*,
...... ... ,
gon, on Friday, the ltith day of Febru Oregon, on Friday, the ftilh day ut Feb
ary, 1900. lie names as witnesses: I). ruary, 1900. lie nawnee as witnesses:
R. Andrus, of Medford, Ore.; C. O. O. B. Cole, ot Medford, Ore., E. P.
Ramsey, of Medford, Ore.; A.T. Drisko, Orser, of Meiiford, Ore. ; D. 1!. Andrus,
of Meiiford, Ore.; A. M, Woodford, of of Meiiford, Ore. ; N.G. Bates, of Med-
Medford, Ore. Any and all persons ford, Ore. Any and all peraons claim
claiming adversely the aliove deecrilssl I ing adversely the above-deacriheil lands
lands are reque.ted to tile their claims are leipiested to tile their claim- in this
in this office on or before euid Kith day office on or before said 184b day of Leb*
ot February. 1900.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
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