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Publl«li<Hi rv»r> Thurwlay by
W. HUSE & soy,
•cMeatrrioN kath :
•li month* .................
■ iu(l« copie»
Advertising at reutniable rate,
O b « y««r (In
Tor President —«
A. F. a A. M.
Klamath Lodge No. 77 nieefa Satur
day evening on or tadore the lull tm«>n.
A lex M ar T is jh .. W M
A. L. 1 EAVtTT, S ec .
O. E. S.
Aloah Chapter No. 61 meet» on th«'
2ml and 4th Tueftday evening» of eweli
J ennie E. R kames , W. M
L avra W illits , 8ec.
I. O. O. F.
Klamath 1-odge No. 137 meet» every
Fntunlay evening in 1. O.O. F, Indi.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
W. E. Cl ikk . N. G.
j C. L. P arrish , S kc .
P k «>» i * kritv R krkk vii L oimìk N o . UH.
I. O. O. F., meets first and third Thurs-
, day evenings of each month in 1. O. O.
j F. hall.
A luk B aldwix . N. G.
F rancis N ail , Sue.
A. O. U. W.
I.inkville Lodge No. 110 meets in A.
O. U. W. hall every Tuesday evening.
Visiting brothers welcome.
G. T. B aldwix , M. W.
Jxo. W. S iemens , R eoìkiikr .
The quicker you stop a cou’h or
In Bryan's home state, Nebraska, cold the loss danger there will be of
the bank deposits are over *15,000,- fatal lung trouble
W0 more than they were four years Cough Cure is the only harmless rem
edy that gives immediate results.
r Front the reports of the depart You will like it.
J. L. Padgett A Sons. Keno.
ment of agriculture it appears that
on |«revl« of II Iioakar place. Rida w ill
!»• rveeived by die «lerk ut saì<l lioard
at Salem (>r, ¿ou lo and inclmling Octu-
lier liti». 1900. l'erma one-l>»irth casi»,
baiali, e oli tini«' al 6 |>er ceni. The
Boar<i rveervv» thè righi lo n-j, vt auy or
all bid». For fnrther niiticulara ill
udile of ibi' uiukreigiiid. al Riamati)
J ohn S. Otta.
Attorney tur thè Board.
Timber Land. Act June 3. 1788—
Notice for Publication.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. 1
I AKKVlrw, O rkuon , Sept. Iff, BN0. i
Notice i« hereby given that, in com-
pliance with the provisions of tlu* act of
Congicss of June
1878. entitl«*d "Au
act for the »ale ot tinilwr lamia in tin*
states of California. Or«*g**n. Nevada and
Washington Territory," a« extended
to all th«* Public Land States by act
of Augu-t 4. 1892. Cbailes F. Kap
pler Ji <>f Klamathon. Cotintv of Si»-
kiyou. Stati* of California, has this day
till*«! in this of!, e Ills sworn statement No.
273. for the purchase >»( the H
ot Section No. 21. in Tow nsliit« No. 32 s..
Range No. 7ls E.. r.nd will offer proof to I
»how that the land sought is mon* valu
able for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purpose», and to establish I is
claim to said land liefore the Register
and Receiver of this ollie«* at l.akevn-w.
tiri-gon. on Saturday, the 24th day of No-
vember, 1900. lb- names as witness«*«:
C. F. Johnson, *»f Klamathon, Califor
nia: Allert Panknin, of Klamathon,
California; W. T. Coburn, of Ashland,
Oregon . F. 11. Briggs, of Grants Pass,
Oregon. Any and all |H*rsoiis claiming
adversely tlu* alwveulescrili««! lands
are reque»te<l to tile their claims in this
otfic«* on or lefore saiti 24th «lay of No
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
■on January 1, 1807, just before Mc
Overcoats at Duffy's.
Kinley was inaugurated as president,
the average price of cattle on the
farm was *16.65 per head, and that
under the republican administration
In the Circuit Court of the State of
the increase in price from that time Oregon, for the Cout I. of Klamath.
T. T. Goer, Gover
TIMBERLAND. UT.H NE.1. 1878,
to this, has been 50 per cent.
nor of Oregon, F. I.
Dunbar, Secretary of
State of Oregon, and
Treasurer of the State
of Oregon, constitut
ing the State Land
Tire Lincoln (Neb.) Journal says: I
••There is a man in this city who be
lieves that, in the event of the re-
■election of William McKinley, the
Suit in Equity
close of his second term will be mark
to foreclose a
ed by the crow ning of M. A. Hanna
Abraham Turner, Mortgage.
emperor of America.
It is hardly as administrator of
necessary to mention that the man the estate of Crow-
son Smith, <lecea.-*ed.
years a number six hat and reads the David J. Ferree, Eli
za K. Smith, Walter
Omaha World-Herald every day.”
The Norfolk. Neb.. Daily News Smith, and Edith
Smith, his wife, Sa
Says that a correspondent compares bina Smith and Mar
Mr. Bryan's liberal quotations from guerite Smith, a min
Abraham Lincoln to the young man or,
K. Smith. Frank A. Smith.
Who stole roses out of the garden of Edith Smith,
Sabina Smith and Mar
fcts adored one's father and presented guerite Smith,
them to the young lady with his com named : A'on and each ot vott are here
by require«! to appear ami answer the
pliments. Mr. Bryan is borrowing complaint filed against you in the alove
gems from the republican record with entitled suit on or liefore Thursday, the
which to coax republican votes. It is I loth day of Novemlier, 1900. living the
last day of the time prescribed in the
a small way to do business but very order for the publication of this sum
acceptable if it but has the desirable mons, the first publication thereof be
I ing on the 4th day of Octo' er, 1900; and
if you fail so to appear and answer, for
DRS. HARCUS AHO STRAW.
Physicians and Surgeons. I SITED «TAU ■' I \N|>ol 1 h I I
I.AkKVIKW, O h »«»'«, Jld>
Notice •« hereby given «•••»* j" ...... .
tdi.ui>«' »uh the pivvisioii“
('»»iigrvMM DÍ »him'3, | k 7M, vniilh'*
a. i I .r the ».»I« <•! Gmb. r lami» In »lie
»laics *>l California, tin gon, ( N. vwl»,
p D. REAMES, M. I).
and Washing» *n l.mt"*'.' •'* , x
tendel to all the 1‘ubli ’ I ami ><»'■ "
bv «et ol V.--U-I I IK«
Physician a d Surgeon,
s. N -*. of Washburn, t'mint' *" B*'
4»tll«v malti» : 7 mid 8, l.ipkvillv lh*h*1 Hehl, Siti«* «i Ui-«oii-in. ha» im»
«MI culli» aiiMutiiM i»rvinplly «hy or dav til.-l in tins offh«* In» »•‘"ll
nn nl xo. 264. f*>r the purvlmm* >■! th*
S W «piai let ol S«-« non to. «. m l *»>‘
slop w. .32 8., Range ««••
E .ami wd.
offer prool to show that th«' lami «oogm
is nmri' valuable for it» ttnilwr 01 »tom
than for agricultural |niri>«»»«*a, and to
«■»tabiidi hia claim I*, »aid lumi •■»'I**'’’
tin* Register ami Reviver of th*
.it lutkeVtcW. Oi<‘g>*n. on 8<«t nnliv. the
6th da« olOetoUr, I9»W. H«' minie»««
witnvræ»: I . l.aFlaml**'». *>l Aildand
\\ i Comon ; Newton 8 Putnam, *«l Klam
Hlhon, Calitornta; E. W Ru»svll, **l
blau I, Wisconsin ; Jue«di l»l« r, id
Klamath Fall». Otcg**n. Aav »ml »U
|a*r»o|i« claiming advvi»< l«' the al»>v*
ile»«*rilw**l land» are n*qil«*»tv«l b> til*'
their claim» in thl« other on **r lirlurv
tin* -ai l Uth *L«v of October. It««*.
E. M BRAITA1N. Register.
OR. GEO. E. STUART
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY
KLAMATII FALLS PLANING MILLS,
j. n. rtooRE,
MARTIN & CO.
PHÏSICIÂN AND SURGEON.
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
Plans iiml Specification« Furnished on All Kinds of
Buildings and Contracting and Building
on the Installment Plan.
A mafia thè influite vativly ni inatnrUI and wnrk tur ni«li«*d I*« thl» nuli a/» ,
W,»s! Carting. Slair Italia. Balit«ler« ami Ni-wrl Pnels. Ilrarkrf»,
»<11,11 alni Turneil Work, 8a»li, i«»»r» ami llloida, ('urnvr ami |l««r Block», Ha»r«|
Alni fnriiril l'alndi r«. I8««r and W in,lo* Framra, Pul|*ll. ami Fa» Fmi», Hbingl.-«
I’ nited STvrtfc. I »st' Ortii K.
luikeview, Oregon, Jul« 28. I'.s’t) Builder»' .lardaste, Fami. aliti l»ll, Moulding ami <>la««. I le«allori« arai ISaign«,
Notice I« hereby given lint in «„m Enil«,»-> <1 <■ round ami Cui Glaaa, W all Pa|n*r, Flirtiti lite, rtr., eie.
Proprietor of Freight Wagons.
nliance with the pmvixioti» of ibe a,-l of I
Ih «l Motk and mairi lai, ami in (he laivai ami misi appr»>iv«l «li Ir«.
Congre«!* of June 3. l«78. eulHlol " tn
«et lor I he “ale
tirnlrr lami» in the
stale» of Californiu. Oreg«»n, Nevad«,
and Washington h rritory,”
ed to all tl.e I'ul llc Llll'l M.it* “1' ' ' i
of August 4. I«;i2. Iatla««'lle laFlain
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bo«, ol Atdilaml, Count« <4 l-ldund.
State of Wiscoiiain, ha» thi» d»» tilcl m
this ¡Ih «' Iti* “««"tn »tiitemeiit No. ÏK«,
lor tin* piiteliH“«* ol the SE»« of .•*«■« lion
No. s. in Township No. 32 S Rang«* No.
7L, E. un i «»ill oiler proof to «ho«« that
th«* lami sought I» more laluable lor H’
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
liinlaT or atone tlnui lor agricultural
pur|H>»«‘«, ami to ,*sta>*lt-li In» riami
lo ».nd land la-lore Ilie Regi.1er arai li*
A/so Agent for LONDON AND eciver
ol Ibi» ollie« al laikeview. Or. on
Saturday. the filli day oí Octol«-r, l'iai «■ j •
LANCASHIRE HRE INS. CO.
lléname» n< witm».«e»:
l'iilnatn, of Klaiiiathon. California; F
W. Hotwell, ot A«hlan*l. Wiar«Miain ; and Xortlforn ('aliiornia at
Thoma» S, Ne“», oí \V»»hl»nrn. Wi“con
sin ; Jacob l»ler, oí Klamath t all«. Ore
gon. An« and all |»'r«on« «*l»iming ad
Ví-rwly the alaive de«crll»vl land« are
r«*queMr«l to tile their daini» tn Ibi»
ottiee on or Itclore »aid 6th «lay oí • teló
la r. 1800.
E. M. B rattai *. Rcgi»ler.
J. B. MOORE,
TIM i ; ei : LAND, ACTJUNI
NOTICE FOR I’l’BLU VI’ION.
HOTEL BARBER SHOP,
J W. SIEMENS, Prop.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
C ounty ..
TIMBER I. 'ND. \« T H N E.l. i«7*.
NtrpiCK tN*H ri'BI.B'V I'K’N.
U nited S tates L and Orrti E.
Likevii'w. Oregon, S«*pt. 10, 1DOO.
Notice i» hereby given that in com
phance with the provisior- of the act of
Congress of June 3. 1878, entitle«! “An
act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California. Oregon, Nevada,
ami Washington Territory." as extend
ed to all the l'ubli«: Land States by
act of August 4, 1892. J. C. Weiss,
of Fort Klamath, County of Klamath.
State of Oregon, has this day file*i in
this othee his sworn tatenient No. 277,
fortlie purchase of the NW »« of Section
No. 27. in Townsliip No. 32 S., Range
No. 7‘s E. ami will offer proof to »how
that the land sought is more valuable
for its timlwror stone than for agricultu
ral purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Register and Re
ceiver of this office at latke» lew, < »r., on
Saturday, the 24th day of Novemlier,
1900. He names a< witnesses: W. T.
Coburn, of Ashland, Oregon; Chas.
It artificially digests the food and aida
Johnson, of Klamatlmn, California: F. Nature io sirengtb.ning atnl recon
H. Briggs, of Grants Pa»», ‘ »regon ; Chas. structing the exhausted digestive or
Kappler, of Klamatlmn, California. gans. It lathe latestdiscovereddigest-
Any and all persona claiming adversely ant and tonic« No other preparation
the al«ove-tles« rila»l land» are requested can approach it in efficiency: It in
to file their claims in this ottiee on or stantly relieves and permanently cures
before said 24th dav of November, 1900. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
E. M. B rattaix , Register.
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Klamath Falls-Merrill Stage Line,
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
and Good VZork
»luv, w<*<»k or t:.u;th,
nil paris ni Southern Oregon
Digests what you eat.
TIMBER LAND, ACT .Il XE i. |STS
notice for i - i iujcahox .
P ioneer B lacksmith S hop ,
J. B. CAHPBELL, Prop.,
I XITEh STATE.' LAX ¡»OFFICE J
S‘|»t. ID, IUUU ‘
Notice in hereby given that in c«»in
pliance with the pr»»vi**l<>nt <>i th** art of A
Coiigro** of .1 nne .3, 187H, entith**! * An A
act for tbe Rile of tnnU*r ¡anti’« in th«* i
atutea of Cahf<»rnia, Oregon, X» va»h«
and Washington Territory,” as extend
ed to all the Public Land Stales by
\ fuel -I > • -’ i'i ii . i gga
of (¡rants Pass, Countv of Josephine, A
Stale of < »rvgon, bar thia day tiled in A
thia office his sworn staivniont No. 274, i
for the purrhare of the F'.
of W *.» ot
.Section No. 21. hi Township Xo. 32 S. A
Range No.?1« E., anti uill offer proof In A
show that the land sought is more val
uable (or its limlier or stone than (or ng
ricultural purisM*«*.«*, and to establish bis
claim to said land liefore th«* Register
and Receiver of this office al lutki-vn-a
Oregon, on Saturdav, the 24lh <I mv ol
lie names ns a it
nvMH*r: W. T. (X.lHirn, of Ashland,
Oregon ;_C. F. Kappl-r. of Klamathon,
California; C. F\ Johnson, of Klams
tb«»n, California; Allert Panknin, of
An) a id I all
persons claiming ndv* rselv the alovr
detrrilied lands are requested to fib
their claims in ibis office on or hvfor*
Mi*l 24th dav of Nnvemlwr, PHID,
E. M. r-Kvi'l \l x l:.„-
Successor to A. 0. Carrick.
want thereof the plaintiff will apply to
Sick Headache, Gast ralgla,Cramps and
the Court for the relief praye«l for in
all other results of imperfect digestion.
the complaint herein, to-wit: tor a
PriceX>e. and tl. Large«1«contain» 14 lime«
F. C. Wade, Gilbert D. Brown. W. i'udgment against defendant, David J.
cm«11 size Book all abuuidyvpep*i»mnlio*ltrt«
Notice is hereby given that there are Pr«par«d by E- C O«WITT *CO . Cfiicago.
H. Dennis, Eiden L. Dennis, S. A.
terest thereon from the first day of Jan funds in the county treasury for the re
Brown and R. C. Ross were out hunt uary, ISfiff, at the rate of eight per cent, demption of the following warrants
ing arotlnd Four Mile lake a few days per annum, and for the sum of $100.00. protested on and prior to January 27.
attorney’s fees in this suit, together
Whereas my wife, Ettle Vinson,
ago. and the second inoruing after as
with plaintiff’s costs and dizburrements this date: N->s. 477». 4779. !7>o, 4<5'i,
did on or altoul the 28th of August
EAST END MAIN STHEET. KLAMATII FALLS.
arriving at the lake there were about herein. That the usual decree t*e made 4853,4838. 4617. 4711.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, this last leave my house. bed and board
two inches of snow on the ground, tor the sale of the larftis and premises 13th
day of September, 1900.
without1 just muse or prove cation,
described in plaintiff’s said mor gage,
All of the towit: the W
Just right for Hacking,
of SW >« of Sec. one.
and falls to return, not ice is hereby
• County Treasurer. given to ill) persons n<>t to harbor or
party left camp quite early that and the E of 8E ■« of Sec. »wo, and
trust her on my account as 1 shall
morning and about noon all except ! the NW *« of Sec. twelve, Township
Thirty-nine, South of Range Nine, East. •
pay no debts, accounts or other
Mr. Ross came into camp, and being Willamette Meridian, in Klamath
In the Circuit Court of the 8late of claims made or contracted bv her on
from the city some of the party Countv, Oregon, containing 320 a*-res. Oregon for the Couuty of Klamath.
and after this date.
That the priH-eeds of said sale may be
thought he would get lost, In the applied in the payment of said judg T.T.Geer,Governerei ]
Dated at Bonanza. Oregon, Septem
ber 21», 1900.
afternoon some of the boys brought ment, interest, costs, attorney’s fee“ Oregon. F. I. Dunbar,
D avid V inson .
in a number of large bucks which ami all accruing costs. That plaintiff Secretary of State of
have execution against defendant, David Oregon,
they had killed, but could not find J. Ferree, fur any balance that may re Moore, Treasurer of Suit in Equity I Rubbers at Duffy’s.
Mr. Ross, and when night came on main due the plaintiff after applying all the State of Oregon, to foreclose a
Notice For Publication.
all of the party were convinced that the proceeds of said sale as above pro constituting the State
Land Board, l’iaiutiff,
Department of the Interior,
he was lost.
They joined in to hunt
That the interest of defendants, Abra
I .ar id < ttfice at Ijtki-vi*-««', On-gon,
Timber Land. Act June 3. 1878—
him for the next three days, deer ham Turner, as administrator of the George A. Whitmore
August 30, 1900.
of Crowson 8mith, deceased, Eli
and J. W. Stout,
Notice is hereby given that the fol
Notice for Publication.
hunting being being postponed. The estate
za K. 8n>ith, Walter T. Smith, Frank
eX' ... V
' low iirg-nameil settler has filed notice of
third day about 4 o'clock W. B. Den- A. Smith, E lith Smith, Sabina Smith
ToGeorgeA. Whitmore, a defendant , his intention to make final pr<s>f in sup-
UNITED STATES LAN 1»OFFICE. 1
nfs ane 8. A. Brown found Ross com and Marguerite Smith, and each of al»)Ve named:—In the name of the State ‘ port of his claim, and that sai l pr<svf
I.AkKVIKW. OlO'iiilN, August :t>. 19U0. )
them, in the said mortgaged lands and
ing up the road near Four Bit creek. premises be decree«! to l>e subsequent of Oregon; you are hereby required to 1 will be made liefore James II. Driscoll,
Notice la hereby given that, in t oat
apja-ar ami answer the complaint tiled County Clerk, at Klamatl Falls, Or., on pliancv with th.* provision» of th** act ol
After leaving camp at Four Mile lake, ami subordinate to the lien created by against you in the above entitled suit on October 13. l’JIX). viz: Hardy 8. New
plaintiff's said mortgage. That the de or before Thursday the 8th dav of ton Ii. E. N«>. 1995, for the 81.. of S1J. Congri-s *d June 3, |M78, entitled "An
Mr. Ross had gone north into Blue fend
act for tl.e »ale of timls-r lands in the
ants herein and each of them ami
1900. being the last day of the I NW'« of SE'4, 8E'< of SW'« of
canyon, then turning west went all persons claiming under them, or Novemlier
»tate» of California, On-gon. Neva i» and
time prescrilied in the order for the pub Sec. 4, Tp. 39 8., R. 10, E. Will. Mer.,
around the head of Four Bit creek, either of them, subsequent to the exe lication of this summons, the first pub Gregoit. ItonaiiHs th*- following wit- Washington Territory,’’ a» i-xt* ml««l
cution of plaintiff's said mortgage on lication thereof being on the 27th day of i n< s**es to prove bis continuous resi to all the Public lamd States bv act
having gone about- 30 miles.
said lands and premises, either as pur September 1900; an*l if vou fail so to dence ii|»>n and cultivation of »aid of August 4, 1892, Nellie Vi-rrtll, <d Adjustable
chasers, encumbrancers, er otherwise, answer for want thereol tin* plaintiff will 'land, viz: B. 8. Grigsby, of Klamatii Hornbrook, County of Si-kitmi, •-tat*
may be liarred and foreclosed of all apply to the Court for the relief prayed Falls, Oregon; S.E. Shepherd, of Klam- <>f California, has this dav tiled in
Felt baots at Duffy's.
right, claim or equity of r«^lemption in for in the complaint herein, to wi*:— ; atli Falls, Ore-zon ; John short, of Alta this office her sworn statement, No. Horizontal
and to the sai«l lands and premises ami For a judgment against defendant Geo. mont, Oregon; B. W. Short, of Alta 269, for the pnrclia«e of tlieSW
For News of the World
Section No. 29, in Township No. 32 8.,
every part thereof.
A. Whitmore for the sum of 1350.00. w ith mont, Oregon.
Rang.- No. 7>y E.. and willofler pr*»d to DEERINGS
Read the San Francisco Bulletin.
That plaintiff have such other an«l interest thereon from the 2<>th day of
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
-how that the lami “ought i« more vain
Fifty cents per month, including further rtffief in the premises as to this June 1896, at the rate of eight per cent
able for its timlier or stone thrni for ,ig
large 28-page Sunday edition. Send court msv seem just and equitable.
per annum, and for the sum of f20.50,
Alackintoshcs at Duffy’s
rieultliral piiriasm», and to estal>li«|i her
This summons is served bv publica pai>l out on account of delinquent taxes
for sample copy to The Bulletin, 233.
claim to said lami l»-for<! the Regi.ter
tion thereof, in the K lamath R em bi . i - and costs, and for the sunt of *50.00, as at
Kearney St., San Francisco.
cax , by order of Hon. L. F. Willits, torneys fees in this suit, together with TIMBERLAND, ACT JUNE 3, IK78.— ami Receiver of this office at Iaikeiie«,
Oregon, on Saturday, the Kith day o|
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
County Judge of Klamath County, Ore- th«- plaintiff’s costs ami disbursements
Winter underwear at Duffy’s.
He names ns wit
i gon, made, iiate<l and file«l in said suit herein.
Samuel W. Clary, ot Horn
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,/
i at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on the 3d
That the usual decree lie made for the '
brook, California ; Jacob f-l, r, of KI....
L akeview -. Oxniox, August 30, 1!«X).(
day of October, 1000, w hich said order sale of the lands and premises deacribed
Notice i» hereby given tlint in com- Htlion, California; David Blackmore, ol
requires that summons in said suit be in plaintiff’s mortgage, that is to say,
publisbe«! once a week for a ;>eriod of the NWl4 of NE’i anil lots one, two and pliance with th** )>rovi»i»n» of the act of Klamathon, California ; Melvin Na« lor,
six consecutive and successive weeks three of Section fourteen, Township CongrcH» of June 3, 1878, entitled “An ol Klamathon, California. Anvandali
from the 4th day of October, I960, the Thirty-nine, South of Range Ten East. act for the cale <>f timber lamia in the person» claiming adversely th*' above-de
, date of the first publication of summons Willanielt«! Meri«lian, Klamath County xtate» of California, Oregon, Nevada, »crilmd lands are requested to tile their
I Oregon, and containing 137.55 acres.
and Washington Territony," a» extend. claims in tins office on or before said
I prescribe«l in said order.
BEARINGS USED ON ALI
10th dav <*f November. Itsst.
J ohn 8. O rr ,
That the sale lie made by the sheriff ! ed to nil the Public Land Staten bv
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
e<*t of August 4, ¡892, W. A. Verrili,
Attorney for Plaintiff. j of said Klamath County, Oregon.
That the proceeds of said sale may be. <4 . JloriibriK'k, County bi Si.kiyou,
applied in the ;>ay merit of said judgment,
Notice For Publication.
interest, costs, attorneys fees and all ac tliOt.ofii*')! liiHMWorn »tatenient No. 271.
for tliu purchase of tlu* N*i of NE1,, of
That plaintiff hav«r execution against i 8cc. 31, aigl 8U of SEI«, of Section No.
I’ niteii S tates L aid Orrim.
Department of Interior,
in Townsiiip No. 32 8., Range No.
Lakeview, Oregon, Sept. JO, ntoo.
Land Office at Lakeview Oregon, defendant George A Whitmore, for any 7'2 E., and will offer proof to »how
Notice is hereby given that ......... ..
September 20, 1900.
that the land nought in more val
Notice is hereby given that the follow tiff after applying all the proceeds of uable for it« timber or atone than for ag pbance with the |»rovinioriR of tin* Het of
Congress of June 3, 1«7«, entitled “An
ing-name I settler has filed notice of bis
Office: At the]
That tlie interests of defemlarit J W ricultural purpose», ami to eMtibliidi Iii. act for the sale of timber lands in the
intention to make final proof in support
claim to said land la-fore the Register
of his claim, and that said proof w ill be
and Receiver of thin office at Lakeview, state» of California, Oregon, Nevada
made before Jas. H. Driscoll, County premises be decree«! to l«e subsequent Oregon, on Saturdav, the lOthdny of md Washington Territory," as ex
Clerk, at Klamath Falls. Oregon, on
He nanu*» as wit- tended to all the Public Lund Mates bv bin- ring
KLAMATH FALLS, OR.
October 29,1900 viz: Ebenezer N Col herein.
Clary, of Horn net of August 4, 1H92, All.ert Bank
That the defendants herein and each
son, II E No 171« for the 8^ of NEtf A
nin of Klamathon, County of Siskivoii
N'a of HE'«, Sec 1, Tp 40 8 It 9 E, W of them ami all persons claiming under Klamathon, California ; JacAb l»l**r, of Slate of California, has this day filed iii
M, Oregon. He names the following them or either of them, subsequent to Klamathon, California; David Black- this office his sworn statement No 276
mng Idenl Mower, ß-foot,....................................... fftß.00
witnesses to prove his continuous resi the execution of plaintiff’s said mort
Any for the purchase of Uie SE'-J of Section
Daily from Ager to Klamath Hot dence upon and cnltivalion of said land, gage <>n said lands and premises, either more, of Klamathon, California.
No. 35, in Tow nship No. 328., Range No.
Giunt Mower, ...................................................70.00
Bprings. Keno, Klamath Falls, Dairy, viz: Ed Ream, John Koontz, Andrew
above-deKcribed land» are re<|uested to 7*i E., mid will offer proof to show that :
Bonanza, Bly and Lakeview.
Ryan, J. W. Manning, all of Klamath wise may be barred ami foreclosed of all file their claim» in thin olfir-e on or Ire- the land sought is more valuable for its
right, claim or equity of redemption, in
timber or stone than for agricultural
i and to the said lands and premises and fore Maid 10th dav of November, 19<x>.
Daily from Lakeview to Bly, Bonanza,
('ENT. EOR SPOT CASH.
E. M. B rattaix , Register.
|nir|»ises, and to establish his claim to
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Dairy, Klamath Fails, Keno, Klamath
every part thereof.
“aid laixl liefore the Register mid Re
Hot Springs and Ager.
That plaintiff have such other and
ceiver of this office at Lakevinw, < tregon
further relief in the premises as to tlllH
Notice Lor Publication.
on Saturday, the 24th day of Noveml»*/
Makes connection with all trains at
court may seem just and equitable.
k W<! <ar
u,,<l BHichinory direct from
Department of the Interior,
l'.KMf. He names as witnesses*. Charles fl
Land Office at Lak«*vh*w-, Oregon,
This summons is served by publication |
Notice is hereby given, that th«* State
give our customers th®
Huptember 2u, i9uo.
Ijind Board will receive scale«! bids for thereof in the K i . amatii R ei - i ih . icax , by !
F. Johnson, of Klamatlmn, Califoriiia- benefit of |ow pricef»,
Notice 1 b bereby given that the following
the purchase of the following named order of Hon L F Willits, County Judge named
MMtlcr h&M filed notice of hl« intention I'. If. Buggs, of Grants Pass, Oregon ■
places Irelongir'g to the State of Oregon, of Klamath County Oregon, made, to makf Anal pro<»f hi support of bls claim,
I to wit:—32(1 acres known as V. A. Dun dated an<i filed in said suit at Klamath and that j-ni«! proof will be made before J. II. W. T. Coburn, of Ashland, Oregon’
Dr I‘•.coll, (fiun.y Clerk, at Klamath Fall«. Any and all pr-rsons claiming adversely
lap place, 160 acres known as John Falls, Oregon, on the27thday of reptem- Oregon,
29, J9O<), viz; Emile the above descrils*d lands are requested
Smart place, and 456.64 acres known as ber 1900, which said order requires that j Egert If. E. No. 1717, for the WUofKE'«, NEL to file their claims in this office on or
M? , of Mee |f Tp 37 H.. R
4+ he Hardware Dealer, Klamath
J. W. llamakar place, all situate near summons in said suit be piiblisheil once •if Kl
'-', ? A- A£E'
HK'; i el
before said 24th *lav of November, I (MX)
i k mr
consi utiye ami !
for a peritxl
of six consentiveand
E ' ",.j';,?;.,?,:;:
Altamont, Oregon. Also 158.8») acres a wi
E. M. B rattaix , Register.
known as A. Kershner» place ami IfX) siiceeHsivo M **i*ks from the 27th day of upon mid < iiltlv«ii<>n <>( “»Id l«ml, viz: Fred
K. Ht»l>liii»ii, of H'.y, trregon; A. C«»t«i, of
Mothers endorse |j, children llke^t, h It will Htirprlro* you to eKjM»rirt>''f
acres known as C, L. Parrish place ami Septemlrer
KlHtiinlh F»ll». Ori'iron:
You will never find any other pills "id folks use If,
situate near Spring Like, Klamath publication so prescribed.
and John II. Colnbiiri, both of hairy, Ort-yon.
We refer to One' the licncflt obtained by iwlng
so prompt and so pleasant as DeWitt's ■Mlnttfe Cough Cure.
Passenger, express and freight traffic County. Also 400 acres known ns tlw* J
J ohn 8. O rr .
K M. H battain . K<*(lHt>*r.
. ........ ..
Little Early Rlsets.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
•olicited. All business entrusted to us II. McClellan place, situate near Bu-
Il will quickly daltity and famotut little pill« known*
. nanza, Oregon. Bids will bo receive«!1
Sept 27 Nov I
Will bo expedited.
Eine job work at ibi» oflice.
J. L. I’adgHt & Hons, Keno.
us De Will ' h Little Early Ritter«.
MOUNT PITT ITEMS.
D e EWNO
Try ont o
BALL AND ROLLER
S. L MCNAUGHTON, Prop.
GEO. T. BALDWIN,
I*- Padgett «V Son«. Keno.
J. L. I’Hilgett »It Nona, Keno.