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there, and in addition to Its
KLAMATH REPUBLICAN. ' grown
being a source of prosperity to the
, Indians who haw allotments there, it
* will prove a valuable object lesson as
Nnticc m li. n-liy givi-u ti'»' 'l'"1 ?* „■
I to the benefits of Irrigation.
Wiscinsii. ("inicrly Mmil"»
i The new steam saw mill fur Yainax
ha» llliil iloti.« ol iiilriiti'in
E ditobs ami l’soruiF.TORH.
has been purchased and will roach
The following statements and pounds of butter und cheese to the .. ....................... »( III»
' Ager In time to come up as s-oon as f.u ts pertaining to Klamath county outside market.
Oro., on .-iituiiliiv. thè -Vih .
HI BMPBIPTION RAT».
IMM, mi liuil*r culture
year (in *<tv»uc«)
Ef 00 practicable to freight it in the spring. are mainly taken from tiie Kirtland
MW. lor thè lol. li. 7, a hil I 9 ol n*; """
1001. Tiie Indian appropriation bill covers Daily Oregonian of January 1. 1901,
No 25, in Towimliip No 31». >• 1“»"»'
Klamath county has 4,011 horses No. llL, F. He Binili-» •" si"'1---
»1,500, available after July I, to cover and may Is* considered reliable in all
the first year’s expenses of running particulars:
valued al »70,574; 14.040 cattle vai- E.lwsH F.imer.i.t lte.lti.1.1.
William Hnlieit». ol Ihsltli h . < “
INTERVIEWING CÂPT. APPLEGATE.
Icharl«» l’ickett. «i Bcilthl.1
Klamath county Is pre-eminently
goats worth »9,302, and ¿>82 swine W II McU'hire, ni DedUclil. Oregon.
| Indian war veterans’ commission in
fitted by nature for stockraising.
K. M UBA ITA IN. Ki *"•'•’•
Captain O. C. Applegato tells tis ' their efforts to secure action on their The possibilities of tiie industry are worth *1,017.
that he was somewhat handicapped
practically unlimited, owing to tiie
Notkc l or J’ublkatto».
on his arrival in Washington on ac early Indian wars, and says he be natural systems of Irrigation.
The forests on the eastern ami
count of the absence of Maj. Mc lieves the bill will become a law at ta) has lieen interested in tiie county western slopes of Hie Ciiwade range
Ik.parttnent of Intcrinr.
land Office ul lakcvier» Oregon.
Laughlin, the Inspector who nego the next session. The volume of bus- in recent years, and many miles of ir of mountains show that on tiie west
March 7. I
tiated tlie last agreement with the . mess before Congress at its present rigation canals have been made. ern slope 27J per cent, of the timber
Notiiv is heroliy irivcn timt the Ml<>»i
Klamath Indians, and of Senator Mc session was both immense and much Water has lieen turned upon the Is yellow pine and 2 H-IO per cent, is ing iiairid »eitler Im- filril lii'lu'i *-1 ll*
Bride. Senator Simon had not yet of it very important, especially with waste lands, making them produce sugar pine. These percent ages arc Intention t>> nmke final li”»’' 1,1
«I bis daini. *nd timt »alil |iri«'l
aarived and Mr. Tongue was very regard to the reorganization of the from five to seven tons of alfalfa per inure than doubled on the eastern milde liefuro J . O. lUmuker. I . h . < •""
busy witli his work on tiie river and army and measures peitaining to our acre.
The most valuable natural re slope. On the eastern slope, where mi»»i<uier ut Ikumima, Orc . «n 'piil
| new possessions, and it was not an source of the county Is the pine tim Klamath county Is, tlie yellow pine 20, IMil, vis :
Tiie principal measure he had In auspicious time to hope for action on ber, which covers 1,250,000 acres. is 6H per cent, and sugar pine 1» per II. E. So. 21DJ iur the SB’1, ><c 1.
hand, the McLaughlin agreement, the pension bill. He says, however, The largest and most valuable tract cent. The yellow pine easily ranks Tp. 39. 8.. R. 12. E. Ile imme» the lul
Io« ing » itni'SM’» to ptoi« hl» . oiitiiimm»
which involves a payment, mainly in that the righteousness of the measure Iles north of the Klamath river, and above all of the other species on tiie rrwidem«
upon and Clllliv»lton et »«"'
In brief, and from land, vis: II. I.. «’lopton. «f Ikmuima.
Stock and agricultural machinery, of ; seemed to be recognized by men at is known as tiie Jenny creek belt. eastern slop«*
over half a million of dollars, and the helm from the President down, It contains fully 5,000,000,000 feet tiie alwive figures, an acre of I iiu I ht Oregon ; S. I. B ulker, oi Ikumiuu. O h -
gon;L. D. Burk, ot Bonansa. Oregon ;
«which means much to this section of and the interest aroused' in the mat of the finest sugar and yellow pine. on the eastern slope contains more A. J. Ixiwderlnrilgli. "I B-ui.m» i. <Iregon.
the state, both in the way of develop ter through the work of the delega Klamath county produces grain, than double tiie valuable timber than
E. M. Ba»rr»ix. Kegmlor.
ment and as a final adjustment of I tion and their friends will bear fruit fruits, and even hopsand tobacco In does an acre on the western slope.
That the timber on tiie eastern side
land questions which have been some later on.
is more valuable in the market, Is
thing of a menace to the settlement
Captain Applegate speaks in high
also shown by tiie table In the Ore
of the country, was not ratified at terms of tiie uniform courtesies shown
Last year Klamath county began gonian of the lumber cut in 1900 in
the late session of Congress, but the him at the Indian Office and else
Agent gives it as his candid opinion where while in Washington, and of an era of rapid progress along all Klamath county and its value. The
that the work which has been done at the faithful labor of our representa lines. The unusually large Influx of timber cut was 22.000,ooo feet, and
this session will insure its passage at tives at the Capital. Congressmen ' home-seekers and new capital, and its value Is »275,000. In the county
the next. It is fortunate that it did , Tongue and Moody are efficient rep I enterprises, cither started or project adjoining this on the west and acmas
hot go through in the form in which resentatives of the people, and Sena ed, contributed to greater develop the mountains, 25,000,000 feet was
It was introduced, as the mistake of tor Simon's industry and ability are ment and materially aided in spread cut, (exceeding ours by J,000,000
designating the Mercer boundary sur universally
Senator ing the spirit of improvement among feet.) but Its value was only »250,-
0(H). being *25.ooo less than the value
vey of 1871, instead of the Thiel sur- ; Mitchell will take up the work of an those already here.
vey of 1888 as the final boundary of honest and faithful predecessor and
About a year ago. the Oregon Mid of ours. FisAn thes»' figures it may
tiie reservation would have unwit at once occupy a place in Senatorial I land Company, composed of people of be correctly assumed that eastern
tingly excluded about 7,000 acres of councils, probably second to no other Klamath and Jackson counties. Ore- Oregon timtwr, while yielding double
land upon which there are Indian al in that distinguished body.
Hon. 1 gon, and Siskiyou county, California, the amount per acre, is of a quality
lotments and would have laid the Binger Hermann's administration of j was formed to promote the construc- which brings a higher price In mar
foundation of future trouble. The the General Land Office, his tireless , tion of a railroad from Klamathon, ket than timber in the other parts of
discrepancy between the boundary industry and executive ability are Cal., to Klamath Falls.
From the the state.
surveys of 1871 and 1888 were dis manifest, as well as tiie practical start members of the company woik
In addition to the foregoing, we
covered by careful expert work in the knowledge he brings as to conditions ed diligently for the undertaking,
office of the Commissioner of the Gen on the frontiers. Mr. Hermann said with every prospect of siuvess early will briefly refer to some of the facts
eral Land Office, when the Tongue to the President in the Captain’s in 1901.
Besides opening a rich above alluded to:
Klamath county Is about the site
bill to ratify the McLaughlin agree presence. “Mr. President, how doi-s stock and agricultural country, this
ment had been referred back to the my management of the General Land road will tap one of the choicest of the state of Massachusetts. Com-
Department of the Interior on ac Office suit you?” The President bodies of sugar and yellow pine on paretl with the size of the county,
count of an amendment having been promptly replied. “Mr. Hermann, 1 the Pacific Coast.
Not only will the population is not large, yet it is
presented by Mr. Tongue with tbe told you before that I lose no sleep transportation facilities be afforded rapidly increasing, tin* gain during
purpose that indemnity selections I on account of your management of for many miles of forest on either the past ten years having lieen 04 per
In a county so large and with
made by the state in the excluded the land office.”
I side of the line. but. connecting at cent.
Hon. W. A. Jones, Commissioner this point with Upper Klamath Lake, such a boundless supply of excellent
area should not be prejudiced by the
I of Indian Affairs, is a pure and wor- I with its northern tributaries, it is land and timber, anti such great ad BANNER
ratification of the agreement.
Maps used by the boundary commis | thy man and deeply interested in the placed in touch with thousands of vantages and resources, there is, as a
T II K OLDEST XBMUL IW TM« WOBLÜ HIV'TlB TO
sion and by officers in negotiating work of his office. The pressure of acres of excellent pine, besides that matter of fact, abundance of room
with tbe Indians have shown the ' his official duties is very great upon 'on the Indian reservation. The out- for thousands and tens of thousands
Thiel boundary survey, and on the him and fears are entertained by his I look for the building of the road en of settlers.
The land here is of the richest qual
assumption that it was the same as friends that he may resign at no dis hanced the value of timber lands and
In iU prisiuctions of grass,
the Mercer survey of 1871, it was nat tant day, which would be a distinct' prompted 100 persons i to exercise ity.
”” Cap- their rights to 190 acres of timber grain, vegetables and fruit, it Is equal
ural that the latter survey should misfortune to the service. The
have been mentioned as the perma tain expects him to remain however,' each, Others bought all the desira- to the best anywhere.
- - timber belonging to tiie state in thing needed to make the whole a gar
nent boundary. It will be necessary, and looks for him to make us a visit ! ble
And that BASXERor LIGHT 1'1 BI.1HIIIXU < oMI’ASi
however, to refer the agreement back in the Klamath country this summer. ■ this
Representatives of den. is more Irrigation.
and to make its correction a matter
i Eastern and B’estern capital inspect- will soon be supplied.
Bargains in overcoats at Duffy's.
H arrk ^ x P B arrett . E dito «
i ed Klamath county timber last year been made of the irrigation plants
of negotiation between the Indians
In THE B IKNKIt ■ rtrtt-rlaa« Family X<*a <
and an Inspector who shall represent NEW LAW ON WEIGHTS AND and bought a considerable number of now in operation In the county.
oí bmmt (OB noiib ) faoim motaining up
addition we learn from a source which paper
wards of riRT > n> ms - ,►
• - , , ..
the United States, in order that the
irrat«T1VK nr.«Dihu. embracing a I iterar) !»•
is reliable and unquestionable that ¡»artmi-nf; Rr|M>rla <»! Npiritual Ij-cliirr», Of
necessary correction shall be made as
Another proposed railroad is head
The new state law relating to the
• Spiritual, 1’hlhmophiral and
tiie irrigation ditch at Klamath Falls ginal Koat Editorial
to the boundary; also that no vested
Ib’iiartnirni. whkh tr«at»
standard weight of produce, provides ing for Klamath Falls from the north. will be enlarged in the spring, and Mrlrntiflc;
upon spiritual and an ilar evei •
rights shall be disturbed in the ex
irta of Hpirltual l’h«
that “whenever wheat, rye, Indian
that pieparations arc being made to nomma and < ontrlbutlunt by tin most lalrnt
cluded area of over 600,000 acres.
I corn, oats, barley, clover seed, buck tion may be more remote than that do it. Tims vast tracts of land, now rd wrilk ra In the world, «ir «le.
Oapt. Applegate does not concur in
wheat. dried apples, dried peaches, ■of the Oregon Midland Company, it is uncultivated, will is- assured of lux- TF.KMM OF HL B* HI PTION, IN ADVANf >
the belief that Senator Simon will op-
potatoes or pears shall be sold by the reasonably certain of being built uriant crops of alfalfa and grain.
P r Y*-ar
| • •
P'«e the measure when it is present
bushel, and no spreial arrangement within the next few years.
As we have seen, there are in J t lie
ed, and believes that the statement I
M|n-<’im«*n coplrs ««-nt free.
as to the measure or weight thereof
that he opposes ths measure was pre
shall be made by the parties, the
mature and misleading and that since measure thereof shall be ascertained ¡900 than for many years, was about square miles.) of timber land, tiS p«-r
he understands the full spirit and by weight, and shall be computed as evenly distributed over the Nouthem cent, of which is yellow pine and 9
half of the county, and the value of per cent, sugar pine, both of the best Banner of Light Publishing Company
purpose of the agreement he believes
lands uniformly ad vanced and most marketable quality. To AI m ) publish**« and k< «■(»« for ■«;.
the Senator will heartily advocate its
“Sixty pounds for a bushel of wheat with the growing demand, Ün-Irrl- cut thiH Into lumber we have splen •lid
K'-tail a complrb •«•«»rtin- ni >»f Spiritual.
ratification; that the land questions or clover seed.
ProarcMKr, Reformatory. an.l 14s«Ilan«»«%
Book«, rntbra» ■ > k »« t I i - . n (Aiwltlsm I hr«»so
gated ranches which could have been did water powers, and unsurpassed phy.
involved in the matter shall be fully
AatroloiQ Psychology M)girn«> . t.
••Fifty-six pounds for a bushel of
« ainUtaup M*nl tr»-»- on application
bougnt a year ago for from »2 to «5
and finally settled and the develop rye or Indian corn.
A dj I mmi I i publish«*«! In Englarnl or \in«Ti« a
per acre now command from «5 to »10 ting logs to the mills. The water n»»l out of print, will I m - went l»jr mail or « »
ment of the reservation may come
*,Thirty-two pounds for a bushel of
an acre. An an instance, 000 acres, power at the outlet of Klamath lake
through tbe provisions for the pur
bought a year ago for »0 per acre,
chase of stock, agricultural imple
“Forty-six pounds for a bushel of
sold in November for »15 per acre. Spokane Falls in force and volume,
ments, and for irrigation.
This land is dry, but accessible to fu being able at all seasons of the year
Other matters were taken up by
“Forty-two pounds for a bushel of
Land under the to furnish power to cut Into lumber
the Captain during his sojourn at the
I ditch is worth from »15 to »10 an the 350,000 acres of timlier tributary
Capital. Among these, tbe »11,000
“Twenty-eight pounds for a bushel
to Klamath lake and the rivers that
proposition to provide complete water, of dried apples or peaches.
flow Into It..
sewerage and electric lighting sys
“Sixty pounds for a bushel of pota-1 Irrigation has made good progress.
tems at Klamath Agency and school:
To take all this princely supply of
Two large ditches, fed by Sprague
the improvement and repair of the
to outside markets, a railroad
“Forty-five pounds for a bushel of
agency buildings; amplification and
A h to that, we can say
apples or pears.
improvement of the school plant at
i. c aughton Prop.
half interest in the ditch leading that the discouragements of the past
Yainax, including quite an elaborate
Reduced prices on clothing, Duffy’s. , from near the source of Klamath are about over, and there is no doubt
water system for use and fire protec
Prof. Ivison, of Lonaconing, Md., | River, and liis object is understood to that next spring will see the com
tion: the completion of allotments on suffered terribly from neuralgia of the be to so enlarge the system that It mencement of tills great enterprise.
the Klamath reservation; measures stomach and indigestion for thirteen will water all of the land within its A railroad will come b.-cause It will Office: At the Telegraph
looking towards getting some three years and after the doctors failed to range. John Shook and Clark Ilam- pay to come, and Irecauae the timber
hundred Pit-River and Piute child cure him they fed him on morphine. aker have plans to make a ditch from <* m well as the crops and cattle and
ren into schfKil who belong to non A friend advised the use ' of Kodol Lost River at Bonanza. It will have other great resources, are assurances
KLAMATH FALI-S, OR.
reservation bands; and neither last Dyspepsia Cure and after taking a 1 capacity to irrigate 50,000 acrea.
that such a railroad will be profitable
nor least the early inauguration work few bottles of it he says, “It hascured
Stockraising is still the chief in from tiie start.
of an Irrigation system on the Klam me entirely. I can’t say too much
With the enlargement of the ditch,
dustry of the county. Sales last year
for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.”
It di- were: Cattle, »210.000; sheep, »10,- the building of a road giving access
Daily from Ap r to Klamath Hot
The Agent’s estimate amounts to gests what you eat.
800; horses and mules, »60,000; hogs, to outside markets and the coming b|irinsM. Keno, Khimatli Fall», Dairy
»7,000 for the initial work on the
J. L. Padgett & Sons, Kono.
»7,500; total, «288,300.
In of mills and manufactories, will Bonanza, lily ami Lakeview.
Modoc Point ditch and lie hopes to
The acreage under cultivation has come a growth and settlement, far in
Daily from Lakeview to Illy, Bonanza
get this in time to commence con
greatly increased. Large crops of al excess of what it has lieen in the Dairy, Klamath Falla, Keno, Klamutli
struction work early in the summer.
falfa, wheat, oats, rye, potatoes, tur past. A prospect so bright for tiie Hot bpringi and Ager.
This Irrigation work, once Inaugurat
Makes connection with all trains at
cabbages, beets and other vege Immediate future, should not tic over-
ed, will probably lie continued from
tables are grown.
Fruitgrowing, looked by farmers stockgrowers, lum Ager, Cal.
year to year until the whole system
Notice is hereby given that on the I which received only slight attention berinen and enterprising men In all
is completed, which Includes the con 21st d»y ol February, ltlOl, F. H. and
To them it
W. Brandon, as individuals and as until recent years, is now developing brandies of business.
struction of the Williamson river, G.
partners tinder the firm name of F. 8. rapidly. Dairying receives more at may lie truly said that a greater and
Slacan river, Yamsay river and minor A G. W. Brandon of Merrill, Oregon,
better opportunity never presented Excellent Accommodations.
(fitches and the reclamation of the were duly adjudicated bankrupts, and tention as the adaptability of the
the first meeting of their creditors soil and climate to the industry be itself than the one now offered here.
Klamath Marsh, a system which will that
will be held at Room IMX), diarnlier of comes more fully appreciated.
Be And finally we will say that we have
bring into condition for practical use Commerce Building, Portland, Oregon, I
an uncquaJed climate, the purest
not less than 125,000 acres of as fine on the 22nd day of March, 1901, at 10 sides supplying the home demand,
o'clock A. M., at which time the said i the two creameries at Fort Klamath water, the best of health and the
land as there Is in Southeastern Ore creditors may sttend, prove their claims,
PMnenger, expre»» und freight truffle
grandest scenery in the United solicited.
Al business ci.(runted to us
gon. The Modoc Point ditch which apjxiint a trustee, examine the bank and the private dairies in all parts of States.
will irrigate alsiut 15,000 acres, Is to rupts and transact such other business the county ship many thousands of
Pubi Uberi every Thursday by
W. fiUSE & SON,
Tinne» cui . tuhp final prodi
NOTICI! I OR PUBI ICAIION.
KLAMATH FALLS PLANING MILLS,
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
Plans and Specifications Furnished on All Kinds ol
Buildings and Contracting and Building
on the Installment Plan.
A ii.oKir lb« In tin it« variety ol m»t«rl»l and work furnished In- |hi. ,„ ,1| Rra
Morv I - h > b I». " <»*l Caning. Mair Italia. Bnlu.irt. mol Svwi-I I*,»!«. Ho« L.i.
S<ii,ll an,l Imnc'l Botk, Nash, Ibair» au«l Hllnda, Corner and | i « m - IU,.k>.
mid l uiiH'd l'.ihi>lcr.. Ikmr mid Wind«* Frame», l*iil|»O< mid l'< a End., Slnh.1*.
Ituildci" . I»'da or.-, I'ailH» and Oil, Moulding mol <>la»», I lei ati"ii» anil D**i»»»
I jiilkM-.rd Ground and Cut Gla.a. B all I'aprr, Furmiure, rtc.,«-li-,
|h-»t noik mid iiintrtial, and in lit« latc.l ami uio.l a|>|>r<o«,l »tilrt.
stabi . es
-------- AND OFFICE---------
Naval Oranges Klamath W. Falls-Merrill
W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
R. I. HAMMOND'S.
E R. REAMES.
ALEX martin jr „
as may properly couie before said meet- i
be taken up as the initial work, since ing-
Dated, Portland, Oregon, March 0,1
Its completion will improve lands so
Big line men’s and boys’ suits at
favorably located that alfalfa, ceriai 1001.
juid garden crops can be successfully '
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Bargains In overcoats at Duffy’s.
Big line of men’s and boys’ suits at.
Reduced price*<»n clothing, Duffy’#. Duffv’s,
Ashland and Klamath Falls
f'wrrKt» KriTiu» i awi » Orrut.
I.nkrvira. <)rrit«>n, February lat, HOI.
hrr%*l»y gitrtt lli.it m r«»ra
t»llAIH e u |ll> ilia- pr<iVi«lr»ff|i «d ibr a<( «>(
( iiii|trr»*• «>( J iiik ' I Ih/M, vn(illr«l
•< t l«»r Ihr «air <4 liitUn-r F.ir»d» in lha
»lab« «4 ( hlil««tiii.i, i»r»->t« n; Nevada,
Territory,** ir» ratend-
»-«I In all the l*itl‘h«* !x»t»4 Mat«-» hy art
rd Aiij,’«ia( I, In*».*, W ilhnm I* lllu ad»,
«»I Merrill, rrMiiit^ «•( Kiaitialli »la!«- «>l
Il ls thè direi! line fn>m A i J i I. uk I <>r«-|f«»ii, ha» II I «la* I i I in I hi lina < (tira
sud .ili Noriliw»»! < »regoli t<> Kkiiu lit« »w.irii »tat« im ul Nr»
ptirt lin«*«- «»I Ihr W
«4 N I *4 • ! K-r. 10,
al li I .ili,. Mi rrili,
Ik.nani.i. Blv and hW % •»( >1 '4 nini bl t .»I
ami l_A' iirw, nnd alati Indiali h«*rll«»n N«». S. ir» 1> w
Haii)fe N<>, l<>. F ai»«l Ulllunrr pitad U»
Agi'ncy and Et. Klumaih.
»Imw that the land »««iighl I» u>«»fr »gin-
libit* l«»r it» Ulular <»r m | i > ik > iban h»r
It i» |.M,h«.ipiT and one day quicker lignr'lll'M al |»urp* •« * nml I r»tB' lt»li
III» claim !«» »nid ¡Rti«l I» Imr the l(«-gl»-
time lluiu any oth^r route.
ler and K«’«« i\» r «»I ibi» « ri»«• at lake-
vi*-w. Or <»|) ¿"attird»* , th« l-ith <Uy «4
II« nan«« a* wiinr^at:
I««*«». W. ('«»hier. «»I Merrill, Orrfna;
(’bari«-a T. \\ il»«»n, <»l Merrill, Orry««*;
Chari«’» A Ihinfiny, «4 .Merrill, Oreg»»a;
Any arel all |«rrMd»a eimniintf a»l-
vrrmdy th«’ pla»v«-«I« »rnlw»l lami» »n*
rt*quc«»lr«l I" tile th«-»r « I mìiii « ih thw
«»lti« r <»n «»F NJoiv »tibi I »th «I») <»( April,
Good Stock and Equip
Careful Attention (liven
I ras cling Public.
R. M. IÎ IRKUT.
E. M. Ils*rr*n. Rrgtotov.
j. n. nooRE,
Notice For Publication.
Il>'|>»rtni<’tit <•! tiie Interior,
lumi) Olin e ut luikeview .-Ore-goii,
February 15. IWH.
Xotii e i» hereby given tint tiie (<>l-
l"«iHg iintiii’il »ettler bn» hl'il notice ol
tii» intention to make final |i,-'»'l in »np-
|>oit <>| Ina claim, and that aaid pr'»il
«ili I»- inaile la-tor« Janie» II. Dri»oi»ll,
Coiiotv Clerk, al Riamati tali», Or., on
Marcii 29, IU)i|, via :
John >|. Tipton.
il. E. A" 177»i. lor tii« NF.'a ol NE»j.
h»-c 12. Tp. .11, H., It. in, Er. nrul la*l 4.
Srr .7. »ml E1] of .NB1^. nod Lit I ol
I». Ip. 'ti. H., It. il*» E. Rename»
till- (olio« mg « lltieerr« to prove Ilia con-
tinuoiM re»i<l< m e ii |» hi »ml cultiva
tion of «api land, via: Hamm-l Irixon.
ol ill.-nr, Oregon; D. B’. Ainlerinm, ol
Olene, Oregon ; Citarle» llorlon, of Ito.
nanz.i, Oregon ; John Moul, ol Oli ne,
E. M. BKATTAIX. Keqti.t-»».
Nütke I or Publication.
J. B. MOORE,
Proprietor cf Freight Hf agoni.
Everything done otti
neutroslid dopnt< h
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
J W. SIEMENS. Prop.
Cleanliness and Good Work
I»« ; «ri me nt of the Interior.
141 mI Ollice nt l.nkevi«-w, Oregon,
February 15. IWI.
Notice in lic.eby given timi tin. fol-
i. low mg ninni li M-ttliT lia» tiled noti.-e of
Inn intention to make final proof in »up
port ot liin claim, ami tliai waiil proni
will lx- init'le In-fore Ja« II. l*r>acoll,
* "unly I Icik at KI hiiih II i Fallu, Oregon,
on March ZJtli, I'.HH, vis:
George L. Nell w a ria,
H I’. Xo.afll for the N', of NFAf'
HE1, of bE1,, Hee. 3, ami SB’1, *
HB'I., ,f He. 2, Tp. 41, H„ It 12 /
ll<- iniinen tin- following witnenwa to
prove I. im ioiiliniKiim reaidence
iiii'l' iillivntioii of niiiil I iiik I, vis: Al
bert llaycn.of Tuie Dike, Ore.: Altieri
Joliimon, of Tuie l.ake, Ore.-. Jatncn
l*i “ n, of Altamont, Ore, ; John Dixon,
of Altamont, Ore.
4/so Agent for LONDON ANt
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Digests what you eat.
It artiDcially digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It t,the latestdlscovercddlgest-
ant and toniar No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency« It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Bick Headache, Gastralgia,Crampsand
all other results of Imperfect digestion.
Price JOc aridtl. L*r,,,l,ecuoUln«l% time,
«m»ll,la« Hook «11 about dr,p»p»l»n>'iil»dfre»
Pr«per,d by E< C. UsWITT A CO, Cl)'«««*
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