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wist- tiling t.,, n|M ri.... .... In Klamath
I'ouiity and mi -what there la beluw
ground In the ih....... water.
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
4r * ’
struct Ing building* and tarns. Some Timber I and. Act June j, 1878—
Notice for Publication.
cultivating has been dom- where Hie
John Hunsaker, tin old and respect land can I m - farmed, while all ,,f
UNITI D STATES LA ND OFFICE I
L. IjiFlamtay and E. W R umm -II ed resident of KlamaHi Falls, met Indians have mor« or l«*< «lock and
L assvikw , O hkoom , Fept. 10, HMM).)
Notice i» liereliy given that, in rum-
of \nhl.iiid, Win., Thomas N. Nt-oa of with a shiH'kliig accident 011 Monday norm- horses.
One <>f them, llmry
W.ialdmrn. Wla., and .Newton H. Put- afleriKMin. Hr started alone In Ids Jackson, who Ilves on the Viilnax ■diane« witli the provisions of the act of
C-iiigrei-« id June 3, IH7H, entitled '-An
Iiam of Klainiitlmn, C11I., were here buggy logo to the Rhodes place after portion of the reservation, I i . m over act for tin* -ale of timlier lamia in the
j c. ki rgOsoii of Allamont
thia week on their way to Hie Lake >1 cow, taking with him his Wmciics- '¡mi h* ad of cat 11« an'l a large num «talca o( California, Oregon, Nevsila ami
Wsahington Territory,’’ as extended
view land office tu prove up 011 their tcr rifle, which, It np|w-ara hr placed te r of hors*s, ami Is regarded as th*- to
nil tlie Pul-lie faiml Fíales by
H. Hlllkel of Tuie lukc wiu» doing
I liiila-f chitins.
in Hie front of the buggy witli the »»■nlHilest Rian among them, lie is act of Augnai 4. IHK, Charlea F. John-
«*>n *if Klamathon, county >d Fiakiyou,
1 Ashland Tidings
Tin- greater Fiate of California, lias thia «lay filed
E» Sheriff Ji. barrel leaning agiiiiist the seat and a Pitt River Indian.
Andrew Hyan "f lx*< viver r was a W. G owi - ii
numlM-r of Hi« Indians an- now |<H(k- in till» offn e hia »worn statement. No.
ami family ,,f Klamath
at this orttcc Saturday,
county, wli-i tuive I.... h sojourning al alaiut two miles, when, protwilsly l>y mg out for th«lr own living; and ih*' 27-’. for tlie iiiiri lia«« of tlie W (, of Fl
of Kectiori No. 27, in Township Ño. 32,
l»r. »tra w returned ibis morning (Hilntx along the o.ist from Ciast tils find iirrhl-’nfally coming In con I pmtabllltles are that they will t«- «u- F , Range No. 71.,, FL, and will offer
freni hi» viali io
county Io ('reaci-nt (Tty, t'a|,, spent a
j llrely self-supporting wlthjn a few itriHrl to allow that tlie land sought
’ time. They are readily taking i» more valuable for its titulier or
f- w d.iya In Isliland, met leave for
»Iona than tor agricultural pur-
1 Ion of It. Th-- ball entered his arm < to Hie <-<lm atIon of their children and i««ea, ami to «»tabliah hia claim to »aid
Air Vming. »•» attorney al la* re* their homi- to iiiurn-w.
I h -I ow the Htaw, mid ranging up | an* M-mllng them to the two m -I ioo I s l imi lieioru tlie Register ami Receiver of
sldlng *1 Astorla. I* now vIsltlng Hila
Hon lllngi-r II- rmmin al his
tills office al takeview, Oregon, on
the I miuch mid cltaw mid I that nr« Im-aterl on the reservation,
I rent apreiTi m Mwlfunt, had
Iu»n ami »xxinty.
Fatitrdsv, the 24th day of November,
mangled the Ih-sli In a terrible man the iMMtrdlng S c I iihi J at th« Klamath Hita, fl« name* as witnesaea: Fr«*l
EX Mate Senator Coggawell of largest crowd in attendance that
ner. From Hie sli-s'k he fainted mid agency having over 120 and the Yal- H • Briggs, of Grants Pas», Oregon; Al
1-let In-fore In '-'iilhcrn l lo gon.
Diri tomi '*•»* '’»'w
lait Pauk um, of K lanini lion, < 'ali furnia ;1
fell front th« Imggy.
lie recollecta mix M'limd lopjH'holars.
Holm- eight Cha«. F. Kappler, of K lama I bon, Cali
wav lo tak*'»l*-w.
In II for-TI-h* .-nd coni Inchlg S|n*al
finding himself on Hi<- ground, mid or nine of th« young Imil.im, were fornia ; 'A'. T. Coburn, of Ashland.
H„l» rt Garrctl. | proprietor of the and will prolialdy I«- the next IL
that th« horse had stop|s-d.
After sent to th*- Indian m -I ioo I at t'arilsle, Oregon. Any and all |»-raons claim-
Ashland Klum.it li Falls stage line, M-iuitor from this state.
long nud |ttiliiful efforts lie waa en B«nn., last year.
Four of them arc lami» are requester! to file their claim*
WM In re »**t<-r»lay.
r-|M*m*er creek. th<- coming 1
in this office on or lielore sa-d 24th .lay
abled to rise ami climb Into the bug at (Tu-mawa, In Marlon county.
OÍ .St/vciiilitT. 1900.
Il a Galea. « prumlnenl capitai- railroad town uf Klaniath county
gy again and turn the horse towards
The Indians are reported aa con-
E. M. HKATTAIN, Regbter.
Iti «f lllllstarm Oreguu, «tu In town growing quite > o< i . iii .igmgiy,
Immr. Mr. W. A. Brown met Mr. tented and even happy under their
buildings, on« uf f||,‘ui n store,
I few <Uya HH» wc«k.
Hunsaker driving down the hill west nr * condlt ions.
Many thuuaands of
.Notice for Publication.
Ilrery lll<»»mingcam|> and W. II. completed ami a large hotel Is s
of town near the L-'wls place, and acrea of
i their grass gtnil. are frolng-Jo
Department of the Interior.
f i want
*>-.»> t of
,.>>t 11>. « to
AWstibc ' si’s'kmen <»f .spraguc ri», r, lo I h - comiiii iMcd.
seeing that It-- was badly Woun<l«l waste fot
Iain J Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
ami almost delirious from pula, ac- on them. Th« Indians an- permitted
wt-rv li» o*wo Alouday.
September X, HWO.
Notice is hereby given that tlie fob-
eompanh-<l him home. Drs. llargus te hire these lands out for pasturage
Huprriiilcixlciit D«L»p 1* ald» ti»
fo-uls Ger- and Rennies were Immediately railed, purpoM-K and arc more than anxious I om ing-nanie.! settler l-a» filed notice of
attriKl i<> biutlncM again after
Ilia intention to make final (-roof in sup-
of Klam who on «xmnin.itIon found the Isitics to rent them to st*s-k men for that |-ort of hit claim, and tliat said proof
alrg-' Witli Hie liira»l*-a.
ath, was here last wci-k and went to of the arm m > badly broken up that It purpiHie. Tin- prcM-nt agent, Capi. will lw made before Jas. II. Driscoll,
Tin-mall) friends of Mr*. A. I>.
the northern »alleys to n reive SOIIIC was lm[Mxu>lldc to save it from ampu- < >. <’. Appl -gate, Is very much liked County Clerk, at Klamath Falls, Ore
g-m. on Oclotar 13, 1900, vis: Henry
tarrli k »III regret to h-arn Hutt slit-
tiref rattle hr hail |uiri'has>-<1.
On Tuesday tlicy performed by the Indiana. Float
E. < 'ottlc li. E. No. 2014, for the Wl^ of
has bee»» <|uHv HI ‘>f I“1**-
got 12.» head from George Small of Hie operation, Hu-ir patient with provements mad*- by them have lx-en SW I*. Sec. 2, an-J lots 9 und 10, Sec. 3,
E , W. M.. Oregon,
On Ttwwiay morning a »prinkh-of
Hllver luike. 7o lo ad horn K. N. standing tin- sh'M'k very favorably since under his «liaigc.
lie names tl-e iollowing witnesses to
mm -» •«•»■ «n <>n Hu* imamtaliui for
prove l-is continuous residence upon
Hazleton, ami .-.'2 load from Jack -■onsld- rlng Ids adianrcd age, iitaiit
W inter underwear st Duffy’s.
an-l cultivation of said land, viz: A.
D m - #r»t Gm- Hu» year.
Barlin Jr of Kummer take. In-sides 77 year*. Ills naturally strong con-'
J . Fuller, of Fort Klamath. Oregon ; E.
In India, I he land of famine, thou- ItoLiiison, of Fort Klamath, Oregon;
K L M- Nimghtim, proprietor of ataut .10 I i .-. m I from other parties, st II ut ion is mm ii Iti his favor, and
W. T. Sliive, of l-'ort Klamath, Oregon ;
III» Ag«r tak«» lew
stage line, II«' also btMIglit 2 OO sheep from Jor with the excellent attention <-f his
f<«<l. In America, the land nf plen Burton Cunninglimn, of Fort Klamath, I •i-
arrhrd h r<- from Ag<-r yes’erthy.
Colciiian. to I«- r>«'< iii'd November physician* lie will protahly recover.
ty. many suffer and di*- tacaiuu* tlicy Oregon.
Jaiol- Itiieck. a prugrrealvc ram-her luth. Mr. 1 <>l*-man I i . is .'- jxmi sheep
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
cannot I’lgi-st the f*««l ihry eat. Km
W Inter clot hing at Dully’a.
living In tli* vicinity <>f Bonanza, *>w left.
It Instantly relieves and radi TIMBERLAND, ACTJUNE3, 1«~S,
in town tat unlay ami called at llita
J. II. Jardine took over to Aslilat.d
cally cures all stomach troubles.
NOTH E FOR PUBLICATION.
last week amt from there Hlil|>|M'tl to
J. L. Padgett Jk.s-aui Kcnu,
Mr. Ilenry Ankeny who was here
M imm I ia ci- iiiiig J- W. Siemens' Hie proprl*'t*>r of a snake farm near Illis week, and who is well known tn
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,!
.Tacklntoshes at Duffy'«.
I.AKKViKW', ttKn.os, Aiignat K, 1990.)
r*»iitig-'*l h *> u was kit k**d III th« lo ad R«a-br<.h-r. Minn* —ita, 7,>1* snakea.
1 his 1 < unty as one nf the most Influen
Notice 1» lien-by given that in aim-
The wolf in tlic ftlile put on sheep’s
tiyacalf. sustaining an ugly M-alp They arc tin bug eating, fly-cat ch I ng tial and wealthy citizens* f .Southern
t-liance with tlie provisions of the- actol
m<«>|iilt > kil'n-g variety
of Oregon, »nd w hm activity and suc
Congreoi of June 3, 1878. entitled "An
own reputation he couldn't accom act for the sale ol timber lands in tlie
MtaGr-'ti Marple, compositor hi stiak<a. ami as 1 itHcsn.ik-- deal n>yrrs cess have heretofore Is-cn fully s'town plish his pur|NM-
Counterfeiters of states of California, Oregon. Nevada,
Ili-nre the de in mining and tanking, has mode a DeWltl'a Witch Hazel Salve couldn't and Washington Territory,” as ex
Illis -an-. is a ih'tlui of the measles, Hwy have n<> c<|uals.
the col- purchase which will undoubtedly M-ll their worthless salies on their tended to all tlie Public tand States
and li«n«» e* arc short on help again
l-y act of August 4, 1X92, John W.
Im’tlng togrllier *»f this licit of 7*xi prove to Is- of great ta-nctlt to land merits, so they put them in luxes and Brandenburg, of Klamath Falls, County
wrappers like DeWitt's.
II. f M-nrs and C. II. Withrow, public I h - ik f i< l-irs and Hi« shipping owners, lie taught on Monday an for them. Takeonly DeWitt's Witch ol Klauialh, State of Oregon, has tills
-lay til-'d in Ibis office his sworn state
ah*-w«rr att ndlng tfo-t>, A|. rail- of them to a distant and I-- m favored undivided lialf <>f the Irrigating ditch Hazel Salve. It cures piles and all ment No. 2|iJ. for the purchase of the
m - hi l-y cxjiress which now starts from tipper Klam, skin diwases.
SW quarter of Si-tioti so. X. tn Town
nail inerting at Ashland last week,
J. L. Padgett A Sons. KettO.
ship so. 3X S.. Range so. 6 E., snd will
and the < - st of mi doing was «75.
at b lake, ami from thence, passing
trturni-d on Friday.
offer pns-l t<> show I list the land sought
Mrwars. T tmnqiM n and Lyman of the through this town, runs eastward
Fett boots at Duffy’s
is more valuable for its tiinlier or stone
A|. F Orr, brother of Judge orr.
than for airrieultural j ur|s>ses, ami to
arrit'vl Tureliy from Montana,
Millions will be spent in politics estal-lisli liis claim to said land liefore
•rut fli* r*- last I Ms-cnils-r and likes at Ashland last week to attend a enough to meet the Increasing de- this year. We can't keep the cam tin- Register and Receiver of this office
meeting of til« -Ilri-I fols of th« I >re- mand for Irrigation,
The present paign going without money any more at Lakeview. Oregon, on Saturday, the
(batnamtr) »cry much.
-lay of Oclol-er. 11M0. lie names as
gt-n Midland It It c<>., have return owners of this ditch ate Mr. Ankeny than we cun keep the body vigorous Jfhli
«itin-s»--«: .1. It. Whiteonih, of Ficard,
Gnu. T. Baldwin returned last
ed to Clii* ago. M'compiiiih-d by Mr. and J. T. Henley, and we understand without ftHHl. Dyspeptics used to California; C. J. Sly, of Picard, Cali
Thursday from \>tilan<l where he
Hale, the mot rector, and Mr. Van- that tile design Is to ell tier enlarge starve tlii'tiiM-lvi-s. Now Kodol Dys fornia; II. I*. Galarneau, ot Klamath
(lad Iw«n attending the meeting ..f
pepsia Cure digests wliat you eat and Falls. Oregon; Henrietta Galarneau,
llomc. Hi*' g-neral manager of tlie and lengthen the present ditch, or If
allows you to eat all Hie gtuxi ftaal of Klamath Falls, Oregon. Any and
(hr dirr* 1*11» ..f tlicl). M. IL II. Co.
r--ad. From all that wi- can learn, necdi-d, to make an entirely new you want, it radically cures st<mineh h II persons claiming adversely tlie
*<•?« Wds-n ts.uglit last week th* the i-oiiim* n< ■ im nt *>f the wofk has
atave-desc-iita-1 laud« are requested to
dlti'ii from tin- lake, cutting through troubles.
tile their claim-- in this office on or be
fitiIMfni i*!,"‘i>lng Idin *-n th« west In-eti unaioid.itily ilei ii* d 1 few week»
or tunneling the hili and making a
fore -at I SJth dav of Oetol-er, H«XI.
iis-igd by Afir ui Hanks ami It* r«t<i- and p-mitbly
E M BRATTA1N. Register.
Idy until the first of next great canal sufficient to irrigate
for^arnpfi'd by Pattcrsoti’a harm-*
Pt< (sir.itions for building I hoiisanils of acres of land.
.Such a TIMBERLAND. ACTJUNE3. 1X7«.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
the riaid ar- ts-ing rapidly pushed great Irrigating canal will very likely
Timber Land, Act June J, 1878—
.Notice for Publication.
I’ll*: uri'il»ill* *1 one half of th« Mid- forward
th- r win I h -no delay uf- lx- the iiusd protable result.
UNITED STACKS LANDOFFICE, I
way stable on Main street owimx I by ter the work 1* actually coni me nml,
A strictly normal school. Thorough instruction in all branfF-eS., T^-q highs*/
L akkvikw , W kkgos , Sept. lO. 19<XI. f
Overcoats at Duffy's.
UNITED FTATES LAND OFFICE,!
It C Tiffany of Salem was last week and we umlcrstaml that a very large
Notice is hereby given that in com
L aski tffiv, O hkoos , July 28, ltiOO. f profMbi* nAlBraining. Each teacher a specialist. Beautiful an J hFaaiiful lo««-'
a*kl bb him to It. AV. Marple of thia
force of men ami teams will I h - cul Uli: kt A.1ATH RIVER RAILROAD. pliance with the provision^<4 the act of
Notice is hereby giien that, in com tion and home-like surroundings.
Congress of June 3. 1X78, entitled "An pliance with the |>roAisiona of the act of
F'all term liegins September IV.
ployed In order to finish the mad lo
Congress *>l June 3, 1S7X, entitled "An
Wnte for catalogue «nd further information.
«Isles of California, Oregon. Nevada, act for llie sale of timber lands in the
J-ntgi- Wllllta purchased this week «(nearer creek within a year.
The Midland Count ruction Cont and Washington Territory," ns ex-
W. M. CLAYTON, Freaidret.
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
tlir store building ami lot occupied lit
Winter kliithing at Duffy's.
puny <>f Chl< ago inui taen awarded lenih-d to all the 1’iibliv tand Stat-*» by AA'asliingtoii Territory,” as ex’emted to
lilm, of < ,s f i gent uf Pliortili. Or.
August 4, IXU2, AV. T. Coburn, all tlie Public tarnl States l-y act of
runtract of building a railroad of
BONANZA NEW S.
of Jackson. August 4. 1X92. Newt- n S. Putnam of
It Is » tahiablr liulldlng mid in a »ery
from Redding, Cal., to Klamath Stnte of On-gon, lis» lili» (lav tiled in Klaiuatiion,
County of Fiskiyo, State
I tctolier 1.
Falls, Or., a dlstanc-of clglity-threc till- office lux »worn statement No 277». of California has this day filed in
M«Mrx. Wilson and Vlnoon of tan-
Rev. <'ralg li.is I h - cii In this vicinity miles for «2.150,000.
tins otli. i- Ida sworn statement. No. 2W3,
Section No 26, in Tow nship No. 32 S.. for tl-e purchase of tlie NE '« of Sec
pH Valley wi re Klamath Folia viol* the lust few days working In tahnlf
Tin- foregoing paragraph appeared Range No. 7\. FL.ami will offer proof to tion No. a in Township No. 32. S.,
Ml AA i I m . o r.lurn*'.! nftlie A. <>. U. W. and D. of II. In the Appeal to Reason of Septem •how tliat the land sought is more valu Range No. 7<. E.. and will offer pr*M»f to
lie pre irh-'d here Sunday ber 22d, ¡1 newspaper published In able for its timber or »tone than for ag »how tliat tlie land sought is more valu
tareoily fnnn an extended outing al l-algin.
ricultural |>ur|HMu>», and to establish hi* able for its timlier or stone than for ag
Cnarrnt City, < a).
Tlvc news was claim to said land tab-re tlie Register ricultural purposes, and to e-tai-lisli his
an-l Receiver of this office nt Lakeview. claim to raid laml Is forv tlie Register
Henry c hi i, # leading clttomn of
The Daughters of Rebecca gave 11 doubt less taken from a Chicago paper. Oregon,
on Saturday. the 24th -lav of ami lo-ceiver of this office at Lakeview,
DsigLu-i-minty, arrived her« a few giHHl sii|>|M-r ami ¡1 very pleasant tall It Is correct so far ax it uppllex to November, BUM).
He name« a- wit- Oregon, on Saturday, tlie t-tli day ot
no»»-»: Charles Kappler, of Klmna Oetolwr. I‘*M). lie name« as witnesses:
day* ago. Afr> (Vain wm formerly last Friday night.
Mrs. Stafford. Redding.
Ilion. California; C. F. Johnson, of
I., laii lamtay. of Ashland, Wiscon
• tvaMrat of Klamath county and Mrs. Conley, Mi Galarneau, Jan.
Tlx- railroad in question will de Klamailmn, California; F. II. Briggs.
sin; FL AV. Russell, ol Ashland, Wiscon
iln-dat Pine Grove ten year* ago.
Driscoll, Dr. nargli». Frank Ward part from tin- Southern I’act fie line - f Grants Pass. Oregon ; J. C. Weiss, <>( sin ; liiotuas S. Neva.of AVasliluirn. AVis-
Fort Klamath,Oregon. Any and all |ier- cousin ; Jacob Isler, of Klamath Falla,
Gowen and family, who have and Ulia.H. (Tiltwmal of Klamath Falla either at Ager« Klaniathon, Siski sotis claiming adversely tlie atave-de- Oregon.
Any and all persona claim
hern al Ur» - «nt cit y, Cal., for sever- and Frank Grohs ami sisters of Kiln you county.
The nr»s> Hint a con scrilied lands an- requested to tile their ing adversely
the above-descriln-d land»
, ar ■ lequestetl to tile their claims in this
■ »'■'■‘-s i.turned tin» weak,
24lh day of November, 1900.
office on or la-tore said 6th dav of
The railroad will
‘•ow«n has I hcii »«ry gp-it (|,H|ng |lltl 11 distance.
FL .Al BRAlT.AlN, Register.
»liM-ncr, lint ig now rapidly reruver-
II. L. Clopton went to Ijtngcll
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register,
A'allry last Sat 111 day aft<-rn<H»n on a Oregon.
The Appeal to Reason's Interest In
M<-«rK Murdoch, W.ird.-n mid pleasure t ilp.
TIMBER LAND. ACTJUNE3.1X78
Successors to ALEX MARTFN & CO.’
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
rnr. who hcrelofurr Jointly ownetl
Some very nice fish arc la-lng (lie matter »»as I muux I on the item
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
tlml tile projected railroad would be
»("I plat ted tin- Ewmma height» ad- caught In the river lu re now.
I.AKKVIKW, UniCOil'I. August 3d, 1800. I
bonded for «3,000,006 when only «2,-
Notice is In-n-l-y glicn that in coin
' "'»n to thia i,1W|li IV(.
UNITED «TATES LAND OFFICE,»
Oil. Ilaninker went to Illy Sunday
I. akkvii 'W. O sbidx , July 2X, 19U0.f
P^Frrty iH-twecii them, emh taking to remain 11 few days, where lie will |7>0.000 Would lie required to con pliance willi tlie provisions ol tin- act of
Congress of June 3, 1X7X. entitled "An
Notice i« lierel-y given tli.it in coni-
’ I I,- ■■■■■
struct 11, nppai ent Iv leaving a prolit net for the «ale of tiintn-r Innds in tlie
pliama- with tlie provisions of tin- act of
do M>me surveying.
Congress of June 3,1X78, entitled "An
•I r pl'-rin suit over a wagon was
Iamis Gerlier had a tine drove of
The Appeal overh Hiked the strong iitul Washington Territory,” as (ex,- act for the sale of tind-er hinds hi the
GM al Merrill lhhl week. In which I
states ot California. Oregon. Nevada,
about 3’x> head <f cuttle delivered prolalldlily tlint the tatlds might not
In- act of August 4, 1X92. Fnniuel W. ami Washington Territ*-.»-," as ex
" '••rli.i w . k f„r plaintiff. Aitor-, here from Clear Luke lust Saturday.
First-class Work and Low Prices.
m H nt par, and that even If they did Clary of llornl-r-Hik. County of Fl«ki- tended to all the Public tand States
'y» Ke.-H* .- f ,r piMndff H„(| L(,av(n I
The t wo large stores here are now Mime money would lx- required to
tilisl in this office Ins «worn stnti’ment Russell, of Ashland, County of Ash
'fendant returin-d from the trial
ris’clvlng their wilder supplies.
equip the road with rolling stock, No. 270. for the puivbascof tlie N *s land, State of Wisconsin, lias this d»v
Repairing a Specialty»*
Mr. Nichols delivered his Wheat at machine shops, round houses, station of FEIj am! S’9 ol NF <»l St-c inn No. filed In this office Id« sworn statement
h»u'lnP ""'l Mr*' Orr’ »<•<•< »»n |Mn I cd
30. in T on nshii- No. ."2.-.. Range No. No. 2t>2, I ot the purclia-e of tlie AV. half
Klamath Falls lust week mid brought buildings, etc.
71» FL, an-l will offer pr-»-f to show that of AV. half of Section No. 21. in Town Located one door easY df* Schullock 4 Daggett’s grocery.
the land sought is tm-re valuable for its ship No. 32, S., Range No. 7ls FL, ami
k’er, c.d., fron) whpnc(, MrM <)rr I Mick Hour.
. ................ ■■suss »I
Rubbers at Duffy’s.
i timber or stone than for agricultural will offer pr-sif to show that the land
tliat the land sought ia'
X'"“ Retm, Nevada, to visit rein-
said liimi liefore the Register and Re ber or stone than for agricultural of NF»« an-l iiEL"e4 NEW of Sec. 22, and more yaluai-le for its trtntar or stone
Mrs. <’,rr|(.k W1U v,Hlt and is now doing some plmtograph-
ceiver of thia otlice nt Lakevieiv, Oregon, purposes, ami to establish his claim sWi« of NMTW oCSFe. «3, Tp. 37, 8.. R. than for agriciiltuht!' ptirrif-ses, and to,'
The Rev. JcMe D. Kirk, the Indian *> ii Satitrtdav, the.10th day of Novemlier, to said land la-fore Hi«’ Register and 10 E., W. M„ Öre'jfrtfr. Hr ntt-nex thrf exlaliUsh his cigim to sgid land b«(or«'
11900. lie names aa witnesses: W. A. Receiver of this office nt takeview, following witnesses to prove his corf"- tlie Register and' RA^ciYev pI* lH|a offiee
Al Sun FranelM-o prices for 30 duvs! preacher and Interpreter on tin- Klam- Terrill,of'llornbrm-k,California; Nel'ie I Oregon,
Mr h i x, '1
"''ney Ankeny mid
on Saturday, The dth day of tiiuiour residehe'q upon aHd cultiYihion st takeview-, Oregon, oii Saturday, the
taint v '
U‘ '''‘"'f“11 ,,f JtK'kxon All uerinotors. pumps, etc.. Mild by nth rcM-rvatIon,- was nt the M. E. Terrill, <>* Hornbrook. California; Ja (ietnlx-r, tUGT. He names as'witnesses: 01 said land, vii:' lA IF. Faltenion; of 6th day ol October, 1900. He
me during the month of Septcmta’-
cob Isler, of Klaniathon, California; Newton
Putnam of Klamathhrf, Cal Klainath Falls. OrEgnri; John Janssen, witnesses: John AV. Brande(^^^^^S
a few ditya Im,king wlll I h - delivered ut Ager, Cal., at conference at Axhlnnd Inst week, mid Ditvi-I Blackmore, of Klamathon, Cali- ifornia; L. I.a Flamboy of .Aslf'iitld AVia- of Klamath Falls. Ori'gofi ; John Hib Klamath Falls, Oregon; 0.
according to the Tidings, teporled fnrtiln. Any ami nil ( h - im - hs claiming consin; Thomas S. Nesa of AVaslibnrn, berts, of Klamath Falls. Oregon; Her Picard, California; Melias*
" lH fimored San Francisco prices.
burg, of Klamath F«ll<
(’. II. Wi.utnow.
progress mid prosperity mmmg Ills mlverselv the al-ove deacrihed lands are Wisconsin: Jiu-ob Is'er of Klamath man Schmor, of Dairy, Oregon.
t,n"'»<'ly n i'" |l"‘r'’
r*-*]uested to tile their claims in this Falls, (tiegon.
E. M- BRATTAlir, Register.
Ahy and alt persons I
gene Spencer, of Keno,
There are over 1000 Indian 1 office oil or la-fore said 10th day of clainiitig adversely tlie above-*ie»cri-
and U'lrperspris claiming adversely tlie
la-d lands nN- requesteil to file their TIM BER LA N I ». ACT J Ç N E 3, 1X78, ntave-desc'rllied lan*ls ate requested to
men, women mid children, wards of Novettilair, I9txt.
rtoWn t, 11 ","1 "f -'x'llitml brought
E. M. BRATTAIX, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
claims in thia office on or before said
tile their claims in thia office on or be*
the U, S. government, on the Klmn-j
B mi Ilf.,.,......... .. K,«n'iiih <»n Monday
Nntice i" liercby given flint tlii-rc lire
fore said filli day of October, 1800.
tith dav of October, 1900,
They are made up'
UNITED FTATES LANt» OFFICI*. F ________ E. >f. BRATTAIN. Regther.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Notice for Publication.
>WI . ?
Which he fluid« in Ilio coimiv trciiHiiry hir thè re-
L akkvikw , OanrioM, July 25,‘ 1900. t
demptlon <d Ihc foìli-wilig ciumty mir principally of the Klamath trlta..
Hcpurlmunt of the Interior,
*1 tor cows I,''i
pny'i'K rante, protefted 011 and prior to .lune 14,
Notice is hereby given that
iii ‘ in com-
Chinese are dangerous enemies, for
Land Oltiuv at Lakeview. Orogen,
aa it 1» ataut one-third of them M im I ik - s ,
Seplcmher 10. 1W0.
.,..vr.,a of till- act of they are tfeachfcmtrt.' That’s why all
Notice For Publication.
''fl h»r Hirers, mid 1X92:
‘ of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
1 nterext on thè «nino w ili censi’ from ! hi« a few I'ltt Rivers, who were the' named settler ha* tiled notice of I i I n Intention
,l“‘ '•••chell ranch for
I the sale of timlier lands ih the counterfl-iU o/ MWltV^lhtrti Haret1
tinte i 4X34, 4IM-I, 4X14, 41»5|, 4710, slaves of the M ih I ik - n , mid a Yelms- to make final proof In nnp|M>rt of hi* claim,
Department iff the Interior,
that »aid proof will be made before Ja*
They look like
- - - - - sit - i*N«S
- 1 lfews>e*
- r-y . — N'evad^j
- -J Salve are dangerous.
4943, 4231, 41173, 4X20, 4I»X4, 41X15, kln tand of the Snake River Indians. and
II Prliu’oll t’ounty t’lerk. at Klamath Fall»,
a ÄfVt #*«<•« r»a* 'T'aiw
s»« tz-ss>sr ** as
aa ex DeWitt's, but inftlead (>f the all-heal
141 nil Office at Lakeview. Oregon, ami
493X, 4IMH, 41150, 4920, 4ÜO4, 4027,
Oregon, on October JO. 1V00. viz: A M. Thoma»,
Hariie.. p" "",, r l,l,H ,M'en found I ii 462«, 4t»2X. 4770, 4030, 40.77, 4055,
August 24, 1900.
tended to'tf'l tlte Public Land States ing witch hazel they all contain io*
Th-lands of the reservation have Il F. Nt». IW7. for the W'aof H"1«.
11 h ^110U"i,y
"f ,lH fnet’ 4939, 4113b, 4000, 4X32, 4X50, 4X05. been allotted in severalty to the In MW',. See 4 and NK'. o(WtV<, Hee. fl. Tp. .M,
Notice is hereby given Hint the follow« by act of AMgnst 4, 1X92, Harry P. gredtentb liable to IrHtatb th«» sM^
ing-nnmeil settler lias filed notice of his tialarneau, ofwlatnath Falls. County of and cause blood poisoning. For plle%
10X2, 4901, 4O4X,
wilnOMeii to prove hit» vontinupn.»
ta on|v '"l ll"" 'lowing wells will 4741, 34'HI, 41*17», 4033,
dians, mid t hey have been engaged j lowing
reMldence npon and diltiyttlon of »aid land, intention to make Hind proof iff1 »tip Klamath, State df Oregon, has this day injuries arid skin' dlseaxes use there-'
4X45, 49X1, 41147,
. "7 *"HI lM. ------
Dnted ut Klninnth Falla, Oirgoi» , this during the p;wt year In placing- via: (tabert Irvine, of Merrill, Oregon ; Mack port of his claim, and that said propf tiled in this office Alii sWnrti statement
common hi llarney,
bl" »Iso In .
Irvine, of Merrill, Oregon; L. A. While, of will he made liefoie Jas. IL DrtrColl,
iginal and genuine DeWitt’s Witch4
limmdarv fences, building Irrigation lloyston, Oregon ; fìeo. ¡Vivh, of Roystt»n, Ore County Clerk, at Klamath Falls, Ore No. 204, lor the yftYchjtfce of the NW Hazel Salve.
1 elacwhcre In 27tlt duy ot Bepteiiilier,
quarter of Section No. 8, ih To« »ship
II. II. V in V af KE’iiu tm,
K M. bl?ATTAIN. RefUUf
it would lie it I
gon: <m Octvber 8, two. yin Fred L. So. 38 S., Range No. 5 E , a;M ?ttl offer
J. L- Padgett & Sons, Kemr.'
Gounty Truesuiur. diU'lwsuH the m«'uilows, and cun*
Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Ähown
Fall Stock Now Arriving.
A BIG I3RIGATI0.1 PLANT.
L. F. WILLITS, Prfiprietor.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL/
“THE BRICK STORE
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
We carry a full lin£ of
BOOTS, SHOES and RUB
BER goods. Shoes fitted
to the feet.
REAMES & JENNINGS,
^/ OTTO CHAPMAN ^-
&OOT AND SliOEMAKTSR
Give fne a cali
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