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EERING MOWERS HAU
Roller ami Pall Bearings.
DEER1NGS ARE LIGHTEST DRAFT AND MOSI
DURABLE MACHINE MADE.
BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS USED ON
DEERING REAPERS AND MOW ER
mm’, ot t h ? t cache ; s \il.o lv.ve
i;i ilie past Used it.
I \ Btistol, of Merrill, followed
w ii h a disi ussiott of “Civil Govern-
n.eiit." its value ano adaptability.
The matter wa. tlior u. il'y discussed
by the Institqle.
s. II. lieach. of Foe Valley, took
methods were discussed ami much
s.itmxiii s roll call showed E. 11.
■ nt. One new memliei
v .s,mroil *1. viz: Dtisy Patterson.
Alter tiie nio.ning song. Miss Gal-
lo'A.iv, of Hom'd Lake, inti'dr.ced
"Readl.ig,” and made an eloquent
d fenseot the Filth reader. Miss
Galloway brought out many features
of tins l ook that proved eouelusive’y
timi there was much genui in it and
that it e uhi still be used in our
.«■lioi is w it il ■■ •od results.
1’ri f. Wasiiliurn followed with a
short treatise on "History” that
brought forth ma nv excellent meth-
■ds as used by various teachers.
Tills c! .-. .1 the pro gram. Prior to
a.’E'-.irti.- nt a v io of thanks was ex-
!• r.deii to Superintendent Fountain
for liis eart.>st endeavors, kindly in-
i i. t and coniinual application
thioui lioiit I.is administration of the
-■bool affairs in tliis county.
Ai te of tltanks was also extended
to th> -e ulio s' kindly ¡tided in tiie
mis',.' during tiie institute.
An.o-.'.g : lu pleasing entertainment
< .0 ars - were a duct by Miss Mas'
Wc’ :i ami Miss C'.ara Stockwell,
s' .> by R. A. Hopkins and a recita-
oti i'V Miss Edna Wei's.
G. R. C xiiiax 'K.
MARTIN & CO.
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY
A C C O U M T S S O L i C IT E D
lor ;<! I iiuJs <>.’ !.(■. Iiiiu anda Good
Stock to svtect from.
Vire caille, hay cars, b'o:ks, et? ; i;on, steel and heavy
Irâae. (Te me a ca'l
il U.i’l fit jcü et:! Bicycle extras
.1 s'.r ^cs. (¡¡cycles re^aíretl i a neat and workman like
- g —
¡.i ¡i faville
U d:r f.'civ Kcncgcmcnt.
given that there
are funds in the town treasury to pav
............. ’ '
J. .11. Kil:R.\AN, Proprietor.'•
Deering Ideal Mower, 5-foot,......................................... 7-65.00
Deering Giant Mower,.................................................... $70.00
Deering Ideal Reaper,................................................ $100.00
CASH DISCOUNT, 5 PER CENT. FOR SPOT CASH.
As we car load all wagons and machinery direct from
the Factory, wo are in position to give our customers the
benefit of low prices.
J l •
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^The Hardware Dealer, Klamath Falls, Oregon.-:}
Publfbhcd every Thursiiav by
W. h’USE & SON,
P kopeietobs .
Advertising ut reasonable rates.
....... $2 00
...... 1 <J0
China is attracting chief attention
, this tini". 1 r< s nt indlca
•aetive hand on th ■ part
•^settling th' Chinese
|'ju etion of Ameri-
Prosperity prevails in every part of
the United States and pénétrât« s
every branch of commerce and indus
try. There are no unemployed, the
idleness, want and feverish dissatis
faction of erstwhile democratic hard
times having-1» en replaced by activ
ity, plenty and content.
It must be
admitted that this happy condition is
due in a large measure to the wise
policies of the republican administra
tion, which inspired confidence and
gave new life to the arteries of trade.
the heels of this relief, a federal
quaiantine officer dealt a paralyzing
He quarantined the whole
state, and now the public is c;tvert
ing around in an effort to be extri
cated from the unhappy plight.
Whether there. is reason for such
drastic measures on the part of quar
antine officers is a question on whit h
opinions differ. At any rate. San
Francisco and other part s of Califor
nia are destined to st.tier greatly as a
COUNTY TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE
(To the RErcr.LicAN.)
The tenth annual session of the
Klamath county teachers’ institute
convened at the Klamath Falks pub
lic school building at 10 a. in.. Thurs
day, with Superintendent Fountain
in tiie chair.
Miss Edna Wells being appointed
secretary pro tern, tiie regular or; .;n-
ization work was taken up.
Prof. E. E. Witslii'urn. < f Klan atl
Falls, was elected vice-president and
Mi-.s Edna Wei's seeretiiry.
Tiie following teachers were en
rolled as members of the institute;
E. E. Washburn, lb bert A. Hopkins.
G. R. Cail's k. J;.s. Dris'oll. Edna
Wells. Lizzie Moreland, Louise Gan-
Iere, Eva Drew, Gertie VanMeter.
Emma Bussey, Annie Applegate.
R' stura French,. Anni • •'¿|<cit>S.<J
IN 1 H” Cl TV
J. V». Si I'M ESS,
Town Tri usurer.
TIMi EK LAND. ACT .U NE fi. ls7S._
NOTICE Ee>ii PUBLICATION.
UN ITED STATES LAND OFFICE.»
L akeview , O regon , June »>, l'JOO.i
N' lice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, is7S, entitl' d "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the
stat'- of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territony,” Andrew C.
Davis* t Klamath on, County of ."i-ki y<>u.
State of California, has this day tiled in
tliis ' tfiee lit-'.-worn statement N".
for the purchase of the S’2 of N 1
Section No. 20, in Township No. 32
Range No. 7'.j E., and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more val
uable for its timber or st- lie than for tig-
ami to establish his
ricukural purposes. at
claim to said land be eP re the Register
oilli e at Lakeview,
Oregon, on Friday, the 24th <lay of Au-
au-t.1900. He mimes a» witnesses:
Roderick McKitim n, of Pok egania.
Oregon : Hardman Horn, of Hornbrook,
Calif.; J. W. Downing, of Horni ro ,k,
Calif.; S. J. Meeker, of Henley, t'dif.
Any and ail
adversely the abuve-ikscribe 1 lands are
requested to file tlieir claims in this of
fice on ' r before laid 21th day cf Au
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
. ' 'O VIANOS.
KLAMATH FALLS FLAMING KILLS,
J. F. GOFFI ER. Proprietor.
PIONEER : i DLAŒSbiïii
Fl uii mid Specifications Turni tied on z\l! Kinds ot
Buildings end Contracting and Building
on the Installment Plan.
£ i op,,
S’jscsssst to >. 0. Carnei.
• ■ i
• • v i¡ ; f v ■ í t i*, n I i’i Î « tk fitrni«h«,d I'V thia tn.ll are;
2 i !.t < U ' -I < arvii g, >t:»tr Kail*, I'ulti • i*• ih l \■ ai I
. .¡'i■ '»r*. Î ’• o r;d
H.»h % I r a .
!’ «pii» and !*• Eial*, Stilligli »,
oil i i• i
thid i l
« ,i t • . I ‘ nt 11. I » > 11. .V i t «* and < • »
I l«*\ ah«>nn and I Mgua,
.ill I’.if • ». I it i ill<»•, «• tv.,
Em »«cd. < Hotiud ar I ( Ut < > hi**,
F> -t wha and iiialui:ul, ur.d mi th« lut« nt an i in* *1 apprised Mill«**.
------ and ofekt :------
Timber Land, Act June 3, 137S— noon of sai l day. being th" - ml day
Notice for Publication.
of the next regular term <f said court,
UNITED STATES LAND OI ITCE,)
I. ak ;. view . O uei . ox , June 6, l'.WO.t
Notice is hereby given that, in com
pliance with tl.e provi-ions of the act of
Congress of June 3, ls73, entitled "An
act for tiie sale i f timber lands in the
■Oates of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory,” Roderick Mc
Kinnon, of Pokegama, county of Klam
ath. Stan-of < •regon, has this day tiled
iathi.-' office his sworn statement. No.
242, for tiie purchase of tiie N
of S C
Hi n No. 2i>, in Township No. 32.
. Kaiuge No. 7'.., E.. and will offi r
I . of to -ho.v that Mie lund^UMMht
is more lalmdae to»
.-tone U.ut is-fer rsMni'tfitwtrfct' ‘>«r-
noies, and *"
go ¡at Lakeview. Ore_-,.:>. on
thegitli <Y’. f A .'...-t, l'.'OO.
Tie filri"* it- v. in.' -■
' A.C. Davis, of Klamathon, Califor
nia; J. W. Downing, of Hornbrook, Cal
ifornia; Hardman Horn, of Hornbrook,
Calii'irnia; Samuel J. Meeker, of Hen
Any and all persons
eiaimiug adveisi ly tiie iibov<--der< ril.-ed
lands are requested to file their claim*
in this oiliee on or beiore said 24tli day
of Augu.-t. lfOO.
I.. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
UEST ACC: MMOOATION‘3
at the court mom in the county < ■. irt
house of said county and stale, ha- I n n
fixed as the time and place for the hear
ing of objections to .-aid final account
and tiie settlement them >f.
I ated at Klamath l ulls, Oi< g, n, this
31st day of May. 1! 00.
C. If. U 111""W, County Cler k.
By A. S. Bi ■> os, Deputy.
TIMBER LAND. \< T.l U N E
NOTICE FOR FFBLH’ATTON.
-? n. thi
SV. \V. HAZEN, Proprietor,
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Notice I or Publication.
1 *ej>artlii'-nt of the Interi, r,
a; I..Ò.. vlew . • u< .e
May 21. 1' ..I, '
Notice i* lien !,y given that tl.e fi I
fi lottirg-name ! n-tiler l a- lih-.l muiré ot
hi intente ai to ma'
¡ik»* final |»r«*«*f in f»t||
p'llt o, J his clami, and that • .ii<| pr.sif
w ill I« e m.ul" ........... (
||. \v> ilo', ,
< 'mint y Clerk at Kiamath Falls, •
June: 25, 1901. viz: .lohn \. Grat!.-. II.
I'.. No. !'•! I firth" N 'A 1, of NE', NT.1f
XW'4 la,!« 1 A 2. "ec. 17 Tp. 41 S. It. H
E. Will. Mer. < he ••-'"li. H" names tin
following witue- . to piove his con.
tinuoiis le id, i.<-, • U)» ti am! cultivation
ef said hind, viz.
s. i i 'X, 1’ic ird,
< 'lib, I > I, < I onion. <■ W Oley, Allait
OUy all of Keno. I
E. M. BR Eli AÌX, I;,,.; t.r>
UNITED STATES LANDOI EK E .
L akuvie ' v , Om. os, May 12, l'.ioo.'
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the | r.ivi-i iih <.f I lie net of
Congress of June 3, ls;s, enti:hd“Ati
None of the propn , d amendments
act for the sale of limbi r lan.l- in tiie
to the const ltutS"!i carried at the late
states "I Calif'.rtfia. <»r. _' li. N.i.ili,
and Wash'iigt'iu Territory,” ns ex
election—a fact due largely or whollv
tended to all tl.e Pu'.lie Land Suite-
to tbsughtlt sHM’ss on ttio pari
by act of Align.t I. i-'.'J Henrietta
* >«f- W m >
(i.darneati, of Klamath I alls, ( " inly of
WAt!»toly jJeach and M lymeSmTtiu
Klamath, Slate of < Irsg"ii, has tliisdai
By a singular and unfortunate co-
s •taeMa'thr provtv’r.n
tiled in tiii.s ollice ¡¡er sworn ntatt inet.t
thrinber of snprene incidence, both of the instructors en-
No. l’.'T, for tin; pureha'-e ■ f tiie S I. ilf
K' ’T* Is ft" f 'Ctthat Ori ■. '.n has gaged by Superintendent , Fountain
of NW quarter and SW quarter of NE
Thttgrown its constitution; it is in for tiie occasion, were absent—1’rof.
quarter mul NW quarter,>; i quar ti r <>f
r-ecti' n No. ;;1, in Ton -l ip No. ;> s.,
adequate and tn part antiquated. A Barz.ee on account of sickness and
Range No. •> E., and will oii'er pr>s,i
new one is needed, and in view of tiie Superintendent Ackerman on am ount
show that the land sought is more valu
defeat of tiie recent attempt to of an unforeseen business emergency.
able for its tiiiila r or stone than for ag I I MBEl! I.A ND, At T.ir \ E > I
change it, wouldn't it be a wise The institute opened with the sing Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878
ricultural ptirpu-es. ai.'l toe.-tabli I, het
NOTICE I oil pl BiJi'ATK >N,
move for tiie legislature to frame it ing of our national anthem, “Ameri
Notice for Publication.
claim to sai l. 1.m l befoie the lb
anew and submit it as a whole to tiie
and Receiver of tliis oflice at Lakey.-v..
F.NTTED S i t I E I.AN'n ni l i< ;• ,
Tiie work proper was commenced
consideration of electors.
UN ITED STATES LAND OF EK E,I Oregon, on I liday, tiie 20t)i day <1
l-'Km.i. ■, Oiu ■ .. M.i 12,
I. .. REVIEW, OltEGOX , June Cl, 1900.f ♦ Julv. 1900. Siio imine■ a* witne**v :
in the afternoon by G. —
R. Carlock, of
Notice i. h<-ieby given that in
Notice is hereby given that, in com Meii.-sa BrandehLmg. > 1 Klamath Fails,
Petty or malicious go»slp may grat Bly, with “Fractions” for his sub-
ify idle and depraved minds, but. such ject. Tliis matter was taken up and pliance with tiie provision* of tiie act of Oregon ; C. J. Siv, ol Picard, Cali lorn ia ; oliarn e with the provi-i'.u. ,,f the a, i
passing gratification is not sufficient thoroughly discussed by many of the Congress of June 3, 1S74, entitled “An •J. JI. M liiti omb, of Picard, < alif'.rtiia; Congre-, of .lull" 3, |S7 h . < ntitl. d " An
for tiie snleof timlier laud.- in i|,,.
to warrant, the damage done to others. teachers present with excellent re act for tiie sale of timber land* in tiie J. W. Brandenburg, of Klamalli l .iiis act
states of California, Oregon, N'evadaand Oregon. Any ami nil persons claiming -tal. M of ( ahfi.im i,
The gossiping tongue is the most sults.
W.i liington '1 errituri ” II* l'\.
Washington Teri itory,” OleC, A. Han* adversely the above di o iibed lat.ds me
dangerous element in society, for by
1’rof. Washburn followed with a sen, of Hornbrook, County of Siskiyou, requested to file tlieir claims in tliis of i.ende I to all the Public Land Male«
its misconstructions, intimations and very able discussion of elementary .-tate of California, ha* this day fice on or Lefore *aid 20111 day of Juiv, by act of AugiiHt 4, Im”, j,,],,, \v
braiidvnburg, o* H *'*
exaggerations many innocent charac drawing, the cube and its modifica Tiled in thi* oflice hi* sworn statement, 1900.
I alls, C'muity
of Klamalli, rlatf*
<)n-y hi . Iias tifi,,
ters are given stains tint take years tions, using illustrations and practi No. '217. for the purchase oi the ."E. 1 f
to efface. Before one starts out on cal methods throughout. This closed
mûrit No. 203, for the purcha-e 1 Of tilt!
S., Rang,- No. 7',. E.. and will offer proof
aL||o^H>-peddling expedition, which the work of the first day.
S\V quarter <»f ■Tetion so. s. iti Tow n-
fstjound ly besmircli and Injure some
Roll call Friday showed E. If.
bllip no .
S. I ange
for its timber or stone than for
E., ami will
In the County Court of the ¡'late of
one, he or she oug:;'
Gardner absent. Two new meinlmi:, valuable
(Hl. r proni to h J. ow thvt tin-
agiiciiltural piirposi-s, and to establish
certain Mtlr certainty whether the were enrolled, viz; Martha Cardw. ;l his claim to said land Ireforo tiie lt"gts- Oregon, for Klamath County.
vitj T i i —
. let loose ,,,
are true, and Ida McDonald.
Inali li.r !i;'i nmlluial piu po.,.H, ami lo
■ ter and Receiver of tliis oflice at. Lake
hie or false, calumniat-
calumniat- 1 After tiie opining song. “Red, view, Oregon, on Friday, tint 24tli day Dodson,
Notice is hereby given by the under eTiibiisli his i laiin t.i said lami l.efoie
Ing stones should not be distributed ■White and Blue,” Robert Hopkins of August, J! 10. He names as w itnesses: signed iidmini• trator of mid e-tate tha1 thè liegi"ter arel Iteceiver <»Ì tlii<
unless positive good can thereby re I Introduced tiie subject of “Music.” J.F.t law-on, of lli-nley. Calif.; Mary he has filed his final account of aid es :.l',,l| '■’■oew, Ongon, on l ii'lay, thè
sult, which is rarely the case. If ■ Mr. Hopkins dealt with tiie subject . l.tlav.son, <,f Henley, Ciflif.; Henry tate in the office of the County Clerk, < I 20 I, .lavili Jul.v, I9o.>. II..
1',".1' ' . ’ ■'•
hit.-omli, of l'i,-ar.|
each individual manages ills own af I in a manner that showed capability! Gi brccht,of Klamathon, f'alif. ; Jacob K larnath County. Oregon, and tlnil th" l'. ahtornia;
. .). Si . , .,( |.„,ll,p
i ler, of Klamathon, Calif. Any anil I lonoral'le County Court, of said Kin ni
fairs and succeeds in keeping himself j and love for tiie work, and was great- > all
pi r ons'-Iaiming adversely theulxive- nth < ounty, (Oregon, has by order, made
' ,;i'l»rm an, ot Klamath
free from taint, he will have lit; iy appreciated by th'! teaclr is.
■ described lands are requested to fiie
entered in the above entitled court Fall*. Oregon; Henrietta (ialarneati
bands full and no time to idle away
“Penmanship” was introduc' d bv i thi ir claims in thi* oflice on or before and
and cause, ibsigmiteil and appointed
in defaming others. Thus, society W. A. Holt, of Crystal, and I roueht ■ aid 24th day of August, 1900.
the fil’d day of July, A, D., 19(i0, as tie' a l persona .¡mming adverseiy t;„.
would grow purer and better.
forth a spirited dls"t ..sion of tiie rela
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
time for the bearing and settlement of a bove .lesertla-.l lamia are r..|m-|e.| |(,
ile III.-ir c!min ■ in ibi. „li;,.,. (lll (ir |n.
tive merits of tiie vertical and slant
said Final Account, and for the hearing
loie said :!0i h day of .Itile l'itai
n.EMF.NT OF Fl of ohjeeiions thereto, if any there I e
California is in a sorry predicament systems. The prepondcranc'-of opin ■' 'l l' E OF
NAI. At (JOINT.
E. M. BRATTA IN, Ri gh-ter.
over the action of health boards and ion was In favor of tiie vertical sys-I
• If all this per oils may take due notice
quarantine officers, especially affect tern. This system is rapidly takfngi
and govern themselve* accordingly.
In the County Court of Klamath
-l ‘ I M '■'■'■
BEI: ' LAND.
,v ” I | .1
,| 1 | \ E
f ; I .
< ■■ I >. A'
J. W. Eu ■■■ exh .
ing the interests of San Francisco. the place of the Spencerian, being far comity,
NOTH :; FOR PI'lil.KJATION.
As th<-iifimini trator of th > c late i.f
Some time ago the state board of its superior in beauty and legibility.' Ju the matter of the estate o( John
II. if. Dodson, Deceased.
health plastered Chinatown with
After tiie noon intermission, Prof. It. Butin, deceased.
’NITI li TATES I.ANlH'l | [r|’ ;
quarantine restrictions on account of Washburn continued the drawing
Notice i- hereby given, that Mary E.
I.Ayi . ICC.-, One,Muv 12
the discovery in that quarter of the work, this time dealing with tiie Butin, executrix of mid estate, lias'
Notici! IH hereby giv,.,)
city of a case of what was suspected cylinder in place of the cube. Prof.
miaue" with the provi-i.,nH of th- net ,a
Notice is hereby given that there are < onere • <,f Jim,. ;f, jSTM, emii|<.,|
to be bubonic plague. Appeal to the Washburn's method of teaching thi account of her admini-tratimi of said
fund* in tlie county treasury for the re A'
U. S. circuit court finally resulted in branch is very simple and effii lent
i-nd* in th"
made and entered, tlie third day demption of the following county war
the quarantine being removed. On and will probably he adopted by I duly
of July, l!;G0, at ten o’clock in the foie- rant*, protested on ami print to Aug. 21,
llt.'J »« il, hlngton 11 I I itury,” a, ,
In Order To
¡'■h'led !., „II the Pul,Ile Laml S'jii. «
' ' 1,1 hu . "I i Ian ith I alls Coiiutv ot
I l.imath. Milt.. ,,f tu. g.m, Im- Ihm dnv
1 ' ' •• tld olfice hi* w■■! n Btateini'iit
''"■? 'LI l tim purcllime I f tl'l* NW
■l"an"r ”1 s.. ti.,n
h , in Toivmldp
■'.. It.mge No. I, i; ,
l'>"'lto lmw that the l.iml souglit is
liioie v.dmil.|<. fi.r its titulier or Holm
tluiii hn hüii . ultiirnl puriHis. s, nml to
1 '“'"i •'» Mii.l lan.l Iwfme
'!'<• I.' ^l-fer aml Re.-. iu r of thi* offi. .'
- ' h '■ “< Jub. ....... ii" i
¡'."I" - st .lohn W. I'.mml. nlmtg. ol
i ' t
'"■■«rd, 1 Califoti.i,.
aliforHi,-. ; Melis-ii Itramh t.'-
",,rk »1 Klam ith Fall*, Oregon j Eu-
g'-He .'•f.iK-.-r, of luno, Oregon......
A h v
1,11 I" ' pti" . Ininiing ndv. i ely f|m
'!'",'>tl'V'l lan.ls nr« r< qmmteil to
II ' I um in Illis Office <m or Le
I' le s.ibl 2Ulh .Liv of Jiily, ItMXt.
I" M. I.:.’ VI 1 ,\|.\, H,
|, , .
LA 'l'' V TJI
•SGI K E I <n; p( p,|jc Vili »N.
1 ?■1 1 1,1
1 A l E. LA N D ( tl ! [CE i
Call AnJ Sec US.
hr lit s«», pi t, ft.r tin* piirrhn*«’ <’f d»tr
•* V» t|ii'iiii'i f»( Sii tioii no . 31, in I »"”*
*hip <». .' »
no . ft E.. J|iid wiH
ot'.i i pU'oi lu rhow libit thi’ land fonght
i nunc x.ilimUh* foi ils liiiibrr or Ht“’1”
II. tutor tunt ultimi! porpore*, and lo
< t.il li-li hui t I nin to waid l*li»d
tli- Ih . i-h r itr.d l.’tct ivur of tin* <>lNn’
¡H l,il ' \it \v. Oi.g.»o, on I ridiiv, II’0
luv "I ,h»lv, l’.HHE She natio’* H*
u H li«
: 11. I’. < 'ahirneau, ol Kliua-
■ I all-, < In . ..li ; 11. li I lei tu< iidartieuil.
"I klannilli I alls, < hegoti ; ('. .1. >1)'. "j
IJ .ii'l, < .difiirnia ; Eugene Spi m er,'1'
l.' iio, Gì. gnu. Anv mid idi |'< rH"iiiJ
• laimil.” advi'i -ely tin, above 1 l. scribeu
lami- lire r.-.pi, slc.l lo libi tlieir c I hh "*
in tin . oflice on or Imfori, the said ¡JOUI
day ol Jolv, 11*00,
E. M. BR Vri'AlN, Register.
J. B. MOORE,
Proprietor cf Freight Mtagons.
Evprythíiitf done with
noatnuMH ntid dippiitd»
May 12, im.f
I.li7m'.' 7 H1"?'''''
' orno.. ‘ r'i’
l'r',vm_i"H* of tim act of
ml i H " i"1"'”' 1 ,s. <mlitleil "An
“' ;:l ;• "i. limber hinds in Ilm
, ' "
‘/'forma. Oregon, Nevada,
i.''1 *ll|.i’,"n Ierrilory," „s ex
7t'“ h T"'" |, i ' t lii :
Klamath Fall .Count,
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J. M. MOORE,