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CREAT CLOSING OUÏ
OF THE COSS PIANO HOUSE,
By C. F. Shepherd.
Having received n car load of pianos mid <,ig.„,, ,lt \G,lund, and having
been spp'lntcd by the Ellers Plano llmise t„ tab, and
out the con.
signed stock of plum* and orgun* of II. M. ( ■ •>,, >,f th, C om Phtno House of
Medford, Oregon. In the sliurtest ptiMlblo time, we huvo decided to dispose
of them In the next ten days: and If nut »old |„ that time they will I k -»hip-
pel to other terrlttcy.
They MUST bs sold, and ut tin- prices offered you
Lind. Tiny are If. J. Htnall, Esther
Durgin u:id Emma ('. Parshall of
Klmimthori, and Win. II. Smith, Ella
flay Hull and Iffillo Hull of Horn-
The supreme court recently affirm
ed Judge Benson's decision In the
Lake county suit of Jone» vs. Conn.
The decision was a far-reaching one,
determining riparian tights on line*
rather favorable to Irrigating Inter
ests and derogatory to strict common
. law riparian rights.
While the de
cree was not a jx-slilvo departure
from late decisions of our supreme
< ourt, It made a decided stop In the
line of advance hinted nt by the trend
of recent authority, and Its affir
mance mutks an epoch for litigation
interest, confirming the necessity of
such use of surplus waler.
Thomas and Deering Rakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
John Deere Steel Plows
Lakeview Examiner: Judge Ben
l to purchnao within IX
son will be here to open the adjourn
ed term of circuit court on the nth of
After this »|>echt) sale ut Medford, n sltnll, s.,| will be Instituted ut May, and then will probably adjourn
court until the regular term, May
Grants Paas. We liavo In sttxk scwrul wry line KIMBALL PIANOS In
The regular session of county
.Mahogany, quarter »nwed oak and burl-walnut , ■
the Wheelock, United court will begin on Muy nth.*1’*
M»ket*. Mnnihall Plano* und 1’in-».-< ml hand < ,
and ubout < nc il .zen Ktngery Brothers, Lak-county w<x,l
growers, lost 200 head of sheep 1 mt
jjlmbell and Burdett Organs In ouk mid w.ijmt -
ai^, several six-onfl week at the public shearing corrals at
('lover Flat. Joe Ambrose, also, lost
a few while coming through Crooked
Il Is prt-sunr-d the
Brsldea the ibove make* mid my regular line nt t lib kcrlng mid Crown
sheep found u poisonous weed or were
piano*. I an* now wle »gent for the following
Wh :,» k, jac>,o 18,11 mid ••iilkallcd.”***W<< understand that E
btuyvi-Miit, plant*, the Newman Br<*., and t ■ an Orgun»..
Pimm and Or II. Lofflua and C. II. Dalrymple have
leased for five years a piece of moun
gan Instruction book», stools mid scarf* for »ah-.
tain land on the property of N. J.
Address or call at Hedford store, or address Ash Prose, three miles north of Lakeview.
Home time ago while riding over thin
land, Or., Box 170.
land John W. Lotftus ran onto a ledge
of lime stone.
The ledge has b.-eti
on the lot of tv. w. Ilgxcn, east of prospected and found to be very ex
th.it gentlcni.in's livery stable.
It is tensive, us well as of a line quality of
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
to be completed and ready for occu lime.
pancy l>y Mr. Wright the llrst of
Tlw various counties'round about
tended to all the Public Lsml 8tah-» by
are talking of having county fairs. *
act of Augn*t 4, 1892. John Hanning,
It. S. M -re Ims recently purchased It Is a laudable thing to do, to have
of Hornbrook, County of Hekiyoti.
Mate oi California, has thi* day Hied in
It brings to notice
Hu- Cranston property aero*-the river a county fair.
tbt* office h:» sworn statement No. 289.
A. T Wilson of Dairy was In toWIl comprising several acres, the price be the choice cattle and horses, hogs,
3 | Wagons with double box bed. for the purchase of the NE1« ol Section
sheep, specimens of alfalfa, wheat »103.
No. 30, in Township No,
W. F. ltoaca of Medford was here
3 J Wagons with slake rack bed, « E.. and will offer proof to show that
Mr. and Mr». Fisher, who have un and other grain, big potatoes and
the land sought i* more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
til lately conducted 11 restaurant In other vegetables, fruit, butter,cheese, •lift.
l>iirtHHH-s. and to establish his claim to
Mowers 4 } fool cut. »<10.
Frank txR<>y of Portland arrhed thi* place, have removed to the Mil and r great variety «f other thing*
■ 1 I Ian I before the Register Mi I Re-
reiver this office at Lakeview. Oregon,
Rakes io j foot, »35 to »40.
on Friday. the 28th day of June. 1901.
Joo. W. Hward of Chicago arrived
Maj. Warden sold 122 feet of
He names as witness«-*: George Norn*,
attend, a gland display of fast horses
ground on Klamath street to Henry
of Klamathon. California; Douglas Nor
and Interest Ing races, and Is an ex
All Machinery at Low ris, of I’okegainn, Oregon ; Joseph Claw
M K. Hutchison of Merrill was it JenMctt on Tuesday, consideration
cellent and most enjoyable season for'
son, ot Henlev California; William
Hanning, of Ilornl>r<»>k California.
people to meet and get acquainted
Any andall person* claiming wlversely
This w>-ek, 8. B. Gardner of Fort with each other, to renew old frlcnd-
Fred Fietcber arrhed from Ag- r
tl.e skive d.sc-rils-d lun-l* are requested
Kl.u.i.itli ». :d a large tract of land In shlns and form new ones.
to tile tlieir claim* in thi* office on or
before said 2»th day of June. 1901.
Andrew Ryan of |>*t River was lo that n< igh-oih—-I to J. R. Norton spent at a county fair arc among the
E. M. R battaim . Register.
from Cum county.
most enjoyable of the year, Hnd the
A( T.H’NE.3. 1878,
Wm. Grace and A. W. Fletcher memory of them Is a constant pleas
J. R. Norton of Ci»« Bay haa been
KLAMATH FALLS. • • • OREUON.
were arrival* on yesterday's A-hland ure. As many nclghliorlng counties
here this week.
stage, hating come to sec the country arc taking steps to have these grand
I'NTTI’D STATES LAND OFFICE, I
H. B. Gardner of Fort Klamath waa
with a 1 lew of locating.
yearly reunions and recreations, why
L. kkvikw , Uaauos, April 20. 1901. f
In town Bunday.
Notice is hereby given that in com
T he additions and Improvements, would It not lie a wi»<- course If Klam
Frank lbs* of Redfield visited this
pitane«- with the provision* of the act of
now nearly completed, on the reel- ath county did the same? We have
v'ot.gre,* of .Inin-3. 1878, entith«l “An
plat» last week.
IcnceofAlri. Marlin Jr. are making
.11 t P>r the sale ol timl-er la tils in the
Turn U Smith of Sacramento ar It on ■ ■ f the most .4tractive in town. cessful, and a proper display <f the
»tate» of . California. Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory,”
rived here yesterday.
On Saturday a marriage license was greatly aid In bringing this desirable
tended to all the I’ubhe Lund Mates by
C. T. Payne <>f Ashland I* visiting Issued hy the county clerk to Mr.
net of August 4. 1892. Mik - H, Parker,
country Into notice.
Will our read
of Illy, County oi Klmn.ul>. Stale of Ore
In Klamath county.
Geo'gc Duniorc and Ml»« Josephine ers think over and talk over the coun
gon. ha* thi« day tiled in this office hi*
Hob Mabry of t»ra Moines. In., was Lafroudaunc, Udh of Fort Klamath. ty fair biislne»». and If you d<*cm It
»worn statement N<>. 2".s*, for the par-
1 chase of the ■••EL. of Hection No 28.
•n arrival here Friday.
While blasting out rock on G. T. ing and set the machinery In ni<lion.
Seven pound* for fl.o<). Baldwin's tn Town»hlp No. 3V H.. Range No. 8 E..
N. T. Dave of Portland arrived at Baldwin's lot tills week, a chunk of
Hardware Store, A. O. Ù. W. lhiilJ- and will offer | r.sd to show that the
land sought i» more valuable for its
Klamath Falla Bunday.
Ing. KI nnath Fall*.
risk fell up’ti the ••Gold Front”
timber or stone than for agricultural
Llnkvllle Hotel, mom 11. and Is pre
Ed. Martin and wife of Merrill v!»-
pur|»»es. and to establish hi» claim to
pared to do all kinds of dental work. fl 1
»nd land Is-fore the Register and Re
lied thia place thi* week.
ceiver of till* office at Lakeview.Oregon,
Natl»fact Ion guar.mt -ed.
John s. Shook of Dairy, accompa
on Friday, the 28th «lay ot June. 19UI.
Gene TTi<unp«on of Jack* >nvil!c I m »
He name» a« » itile«»,-« : W. I>. Weeks,
nied H h>» nelce, Miss Jessie Parker,
been here the paat week.
of Duluth. Minn.; Harris iN-ans, of
Duluth, Minn.; II. H. Dunbar, of A«h-
J. O. Hamakar of llonanu waa n
land, Oregon ; Jnme* Bell, of Bly. Ore
marriage of John I Ind to Miss Chloe
Died, of consumption, on Saturday,
munty seat visitor Tuesday.
gon. Anv and all p«T»or>« claiming ad
the 5th Inst., at her home at Klam-
versely the al>ove-«le»cribe<l lun-ls »re
C. J. Westfall of Lo* Angeles
' req'ie.ted to Hie their claims in this
W. IL Allen leaves tomorrow for ath Falla. Ore., Mrs. Lena Campiteli.
among the arrival* here Sunday.
on or before »aid 28th dav of June.
Ashland to meet Ills brother-ln law. the beloved wife of John B. Camp
The county court, Judge IVlIllts
Ch.is. M cciiu n, mid Theron Dart of bell, aged 18 years anti 2 montila.
F. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
pre*idlng, I* In scaalon thia week.
WiM'eiMdn, who arc on their wuv here The funeral look place on Sunday
HU M MONH.
Chas. Estes of Talent has been a
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878.—
afternoon at the hall of the I. O. of
NOTICE FOR I’l’BLlCATlON.
Klamatii Fall* visitor this week.
In tl.c Circuit Court of the State ol
Mrs. J. C. Beach started Tuesday
N. N. Merrill of Merrill waa doing
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE J
for Igerna. Cal., to visit her daugh of IlclM-kahs. of which she was an
Minnie B.-oth, ITaintiff, 1 Suit in Eqni-
I. aksvikw . O ku . ox , April 20. 1991.t
builneos at tbe Falta on Tuesday.
The novices at
' ty lor a f’l- , Notice is hereby given thnt in com-
ter wh<> Is teaching schisd there. honored member.
Um. T. Ilobaon and J. S. Bush of Mr. |te.i< h .1'companlcd her us far as the l.a.l and grave were conducted by
1 pliance with the provisions of th«> act of
To Edgar Booth, defendant above 1 Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled “An
San Francisco were here last week.
Rev. Stockwell, anil w<-rc attended by
They are now constantly In receipt named :
You are hereby required to act tor the sale of timts-r lands in the
a large crowd of friends, whose heart
Geo. Matoon and family of Rock
Under the progressive spirit of the
of new g<sals, something nlc«- tuid of aiqiear an<l answer the cmipl.iint liletl state« of California. Oregon, Nevada,
Hgiiinst you m th« al«>ve entitled suit and Washington Territory," as extend
felt sympathies are extended to the
Creek bare been In town thia week.
town. Judge Willits Is rapidly push
Watch for our on or I «-fore Tlianulsy, the sixth day of ed to all the Public Land States by
sort owing relatives, and especially to
An eleven pound m n was born to ing ahead the various Improvements
grand opening In I*,-lpli and Chrlo- .lune, li‘01, I’.-Ing MO last «luy ol the i-ct >>( August 4, 1892, William Hanning.
Mr. and Mrs. David Haugh l.uit Fri which he coinmenecd recently at Ills the afflicted husband and ticreavcd lete wares: none ever Iw-forc here time prescrilwd in the older for ilie , of llornhris-k. County ot Siskiyou.
pul,I lea lion of this »iitnrnons, the llrst State of California, has this day tiled in
father, Mr. J. M. Moore.
place of buslneM».
quite equal to them.
Cheaper goods piiiilicniion thereof Is-lng on the 25th ' thi» offic«, his sworn statement No. 28.8,
Is-sldes, If you want them.
A nice day <>f April, ttx*l; and if you fail »0 to for the purchase of the NW*4, of S«-c-
H. I’, (i.il.irnenti Is tastefully finish
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grif
appearand answer, for wunt there<d. lion No. 30, in Township No. 39 H,,
present given with purchase of three Ilie plaintiff willupplv to the Court for Range No. 8 E., and w ill offer pr,«,f to
fith of poc Valley, Monday evening, ing hl* residence in the eastern part
dollars and upwards on our opening the relief prayed lor in the complaint »how that the land sought is more val
of town, mid among other thingsis
By Judge Willits, yesterday after
for it» timber or »tone than for ag
Watch for ail. telling you when. herein, to-wit: For a dee,ee dissolving uable
H. k. Monivcr and wife of Klamath now adding a very styllah alcove. noon, lit the Hotel Llnkvllle. Klam I .lay.
lh«t l»>nd* of matrimony existing Is- ricultural piiriH-scs, and to establish his
You are much more liable to dis tween plaintiff and ihiendant; for the claim to said laud Ivfore the Register
Agency «pent Kundav In Klmmith When conipleU d lie will have a fine ath Falls, Mr. John Lind of Dairy to
and Receiver of this office at l.nkeview ,
when ymir liter mid bowels du ■ lire and custody < f Alina Viola llooth, Oregon,
MI im Chloe Wilson of the same place.
on Friday, the 28th day of
the minor child of plaintiff mid defend-
not act pr-ijx-rly.
DeWitt's Little nirt, mid for plaintiff'» costs uml dis June, B<*l. He names n* wiirn-»»«-*:
•fohp W. Oox and
and II. Walker of
Early Risers remove tltc cause of the bursements oi »aid suit.
George Norri«, of Klamathon. Califor
«<<1ford arrived at Klamath Falls and careful examlnst Ion, has found liked young man. has two good dixetlKC.
For such other relief a* to the Court nia: Douglas Norris, of f’okegnnia. Ore
gon ; Joseph Clawson, ot Henley. Cali
may »«•em just and equitable.
J. L. l’adgctt X Son«, Kenn.
In town a l»‘d of clay suitable for, ranches mid la well fixed financially
Thi« stiinnion* is servisl bv publica fornia; John Hanning, of Hornbrook,
•fudge Benson started
Notice tor Publication.
tion thereof, in the Kt « mvtii Krciut i- California. Any »nd all persona claim
at art cd on
iix, by order of Hon. ILL. (l«m»on, it ing atlvcrsely the al>ovc-de»crilieil lands
for Lakeview, where he will hold 11 ing to start Into the busliiess next lady whom he marries, Is well worthy
l*<-p«rtin<-nt of the Interior.
A brick yard Is greatly need-, of his choice and will make an excel
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon, Judge of the Fii»t Judicial District of | ar« rvqu«sted to tile their claims in
'«rm of circuit court,
the State of Oregon, made, dated and this office on or before said 28tl, day of
Muy 0. 190!.
ed, and « HI do a large business.
tiled in »aid suit, at Klamath Fall*. Ore June, 1901.
I*. H. Yeager of Pokcgama sojourn-
happiness mid prosperity.
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
gon. >>n th« 24th day of April, UMI,
w’ In Klamath Falla this week, re
which »Hid order requires that summon«
THE DUFFY COMPANY.
exploding »hells and the havoc of I
in »aid suit la* published once a week,
turning home today.
sup|s>ri <4 hi* claim, and that »aid pr<s>f for
a peri,»l of »i.x consecutive and suc Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878—
M. F. Orrof Langell Valley, n
The Duffy Company, succesMors to
cessive week* from the 25th dav of
dais past appeared to be under swift
Notice for Publication.
Wotherof Judge Orr. started Tues-
I. A. Huffy, was duly Incorponttcd 011 June 22, HHU, viz :
J ohn H, Oita on IL W. K xks CK,
headway In the neighborhood of G. ;
E. J. Pool.
last week with tlx* following officers:
•> for Dillon, Montana.
UN ITED NTATEH LAND OFFICE, I
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
T. Baldwin's store.
It was merely'
If. E. No. 1973. for the F'tf of 8W4.
L xkkvikw , O rkuo N, April 20, 1901. i
Eannle Ptenlng arrived on the Ash- a dyivimii' upheaval of rocks, made I. A. huffy, president ami general He«’. Il*, nini NEL of NW 1 (. and N\\ 1,
Notice I* hereby given that, in com
Notice For Publication.
pliance with the provision* of the act of
•n stage yesterday, mid thia mortt- for the pttrpise of digging out a cel
treasurer, mid (¡co. Taylor, vice presi M., Oregon. He name* the following
Congress of June
1878, entitled ‘-An
lnR left for Fort Klamath.
annesse» l«> prove Ills continuous tesi
lar under Ills new building.
Department of Interior,
ad for the sale of timber lands in the
dent. The place of business will for dence upon and cultivation of raid land,
Izmd Offic«, nt f.iikevicw Oregon, state* of California, Oregon, Nevada -mil
The Klamath Falls Irrigating Co. I
The hotel of Mrs. Blehn In the
the present lx- at the same place here viz: B. H. Grigsby, of Klamath Fall»,
April 22. 11*91.
Washington Territory,” a* extended
•«tern part of town han (bin week rc- has completed the present widening 1 tofore occupied by Mr. huffy, and I Oregon ; Hi Fault, of Klamath Falls,
Notice i* hereby given tlmtlhe folluw- to all the Public Land Mates by act
r<,'ved nn attractive coat of paint.
their business will lie to extensively gon ; Frank Arrant, of Klamath Fall*. ing-nume’l settler has filed notice of his of August 4, 1892, George Norris
Intention to muke final proof in suptmrt of Klamathon. County <f Siskiyou,
We are requested to announce Hint water will be turned in today.
The deal, wholesale or retail, In dry goods, I Iregon.
of Ins claim, nini th.it »aid prool w ill lie State of California, has thia day tiled
made Indore J. O. Hnniuker, IL 8, Com in thi* office his sworn statement No.
W,H preach nt. Mer- services of nearly all the workmen I groceries, clothing, and In fact every
missioner nt Bonansa, Ore., vn May 287, for the purchase of the NW'4
" er Nabbath school next Sunday. who were employed, were dispensed thing that their patrons may desire.
28, 1IMI, vis:
of Section No. 2.8, in Township No. 39
with last week, mid a large number |
And with go «1 goods, long exper
Jolt 1 Hedger.
Range No. H East, mid will offer proof to
Craig will prench next of them have gone to Bly to work on ,
II. E. No. 2093 for th« NW*4. Fee. 12, show that the land sought !• inoru valu
ience In buying and satisfactory
n<f«y, the I2tb, at Poe Vtilley at the Irrigating plants at that place.
Tp. 39, H., R. Il, E. lie names the fol- able (or it* tlmlwr or »tone than (or agri
U nitxu S tati » l.ixn Ornec.
prices, the company hopes to meet
lowing witnessM to prove hi* continuous cultural pm poses. nn<l to establish his
Lakeview , Oregon, Api il 21*, liWI,
A genial party of six Californians I
m., and at Iffne Grove at 4 p.
Notice i» liereby given timi in cotti- resiJeneu upon and cilltlvslion of said claim to Hiiid land l>eforo the Register
with general approval.
pasm’iI through hero on Thursday of
plianee a il li ilio provlslon* of thè net <i( land, viz. : ILL. (Topton, of Bonanza, and Receiver of thi* office at Lakeview,
New stuck gent'* and ladies* Congre** o( Jnne 3, 1878, eiitltled “Ali Oregon ; H. I.. Walker, of Ihmanza, Ore Oregon, on Friday, the 28th day of
"nrter»Und Isaac Wright of last week on their way homo from
’’’rt Hill I ihs contracted for a new the Lakeview land offic• where they watches ami chains ami other Jewelry set tur thè stile of liniber land» in thè gon ; I.. 1*. Burk, of Bonanza, Oregon il Juno, 1901. He name* as witnesses:
«tute* of California. Oregon. Nevada, (. J. t.owdrrhangh, of Bonanz 1, Oregon. ' John Hanning. Hornbrook, California;
jii J Washington fcrtitory.” a»
E. M. Basrr on , Register. • William Hanning, of Hornbrook, Cali-
,u»» • ulldln^ to be conutruclcd had been to tila dalms for timber Jtt:d received at VauValkcnburg'i..
eannot ufford to ksut this opportunity If you lnt<
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas
kets. Paints, Olis and Glass, Carpets and Lin
BALDWIN, Hardware Dealer,
A. O. V. W. BUILDING,
Clothing and Groceries.
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
New Stock Now Arriving.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor.
Baldwin, the Hardware
Dealer, A. 0. IL W. Bldg.
f-irnia ; Jacob fsler. of Klamathon, Cali
fornia; iKmgla* Norrie, of Pokegama,
Oregon. Any and all persona claiming
adversely the at>ove-descrihed lands
are reqn«-«te<l to Hie their claim* in this
office on or before «aid 28th day o(
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878
Notice for Publication.
UNITED STATE« LAND OFFICE, I
L aki . vikw , Oaaoos, April 20. 1901. \
Notice is hereby given that, in com-
rlianee with the provision* of the set of
'ongrens ol June 3, 1878, entitled “An
uct for the sale of timlssr land* in the
stat,-« ci California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Tirritory.” ■* extend«*!
to all the Public Land States by act
of August 4, 1.892, Douglas Norris, of
I'okegmna, County of Klamath, Blate
of on-gon, has this day Hied in
this office his snorn statement, No.
288. for the purchase of the HE *4 of
Section No. :,'0, in Township No. 39 «.,
Range No. 6 East, mid will offer proof to
»how that Hie land »ought i* more valu
able for it* timber or atone than for ag
ricultural purposes, and to establish Ids
claim to*al«l land before the Register
«nd Receiver of thia office at Lakeview.
Oregon, on Friday, the 28th day of
June, 1001. He names as witnesses:
John Hanning, of Hornbrixik, Califor
nia: William Hanning, of Hornbrook,
California; Jacob Isler, of Klamathon,
California: George Norrie, of Klams-
thon, California. Any and all persons
claiming adversely the above-descrilwd
lands are requested to file their claims
in thia office on or before »aid 28th
day of June. 1901.
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register,
If people only knew what we know
about K wlol Dyspepsia Cure, It would
be used In nearly every household, a*
there are few people who do not »offer
from a feeling of fullncaaafter eating,
belching, flatulence, sour stomach ot
waterbraah, caused by indigestion oi
dyspepsia. A preparation such as Ko
dol Ityapepaia Cure, which, with n<
aid from the stomach, will dlges
your food, certainly can't help but d
J. L. Padgett A Sons, Keno.
fine first-class Jack for sale.
quire of 8. H. King at Ft. Klainali