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HAMATH REPUBLICAN. 1Ü,. . .
W. Il Bruwii mid wife of Merrill I
Ititi. arrh cd here Tuesday on their return
•rum a trip io Ashland and Moma-
I'hey llcparled for liolne ><»-
ami Marion Ulula, whose land ad
Job a lite rupins, la poti log hi u largì*
current wheel mid nimip,
t, by «bici)
wafer can be rnlK<-«l iltirty y ferì for Ir»
rigid Ion. TI iiir they wli I* siake valli*
uhie for cultivation and crop« a large
tract of land hitherto nearly worlh-
less for want of water.
* 4- 4- 4-4- 4* 4-4- V • > 4* 4*
1 1 Heiih-y mill wife were III town
Wc learn that there arc m-vcral i
Me. Ilenh-y Is lint feeling
well and as u conar-qttence says he gisxl race track* In the county.
may hale g > abamhm bls conlciiiplut- Fourth of July lx a natural time fori
utilizing these track«.
And It will'
•8l trip to Alaska.
I m - a go«xl time also for organizing a
Mrs. \|vii Beals who Ims Ix-en at county fair, so that at leaat on< <* a
Purl laud for srvrral uioii II m for med-
year the citizen« can have display« of
b al 11* .itin,.ut, Is greatly Improved In fast horses and races, fat cattle and
Imallli, and Is now on tlie wuv Io lu-r everything III the nature of grain,
ho.... In this place.
tcgciablcH and fruit. Other comities
«'n Monday Mr. Hammond fell have siicli display» every year, anti
from Ge- plat form lit tin- rear of ills why not Klamatli county also?
store lii Ung phu <*. ami wits severely ple can go and receive is netit and en
Ills in|urn-s have since con- joyment, and Hie time will not I m -
lost. Every man and every family
tilted lilni to liisliousc.
should hate a holiday occasionally.
Alsnit .ii.«Hr»» inai-iiliilKts In differ
Tlie Klamath Falls scliools closed
.1. V. Ilesalg of F'ort Klamath wua ent parlsofthi- country struck Mon
day, the demand Ix-lng h nlm*.|iour last Friday for itw*«iimmcr vacation,
In town Momlay.
■ lay anil .i m .m* of wages equal to lhe and in tin- afternisai of that day tin-
H. I*. Kerr of Portland arrived nt present ten-hour |M-r day acalc.
several departments milted in render
Hie Falla Sunday.
ing an appropriate literary ami musi
Ai i.raii- M. E. cliurcli next Hun-
It. It. Griffith of Humptrr, Gt., ar •lay, May ?i>, r ( || tl, m., sermon on cal program. Bcttldcs tin-pupils and
teachers, a large crowd of patrons at
rived here Bunday.
“Tlie Era ot ilm ll<>ly Hplrltt" nt h
tended. After tin- songs, ras-lt at Ions
II. E. Smitli of Merrill bundayed p. m . m rniuii on “What Can the and debate, all of which were inter
Holy Spirit Is. for You?" Come!
In KImitat li Falla.
esting. a number of visitors respond
I. D. Applegate wua down from
F.illu-r LaMll- ed to Invitation« to addies« the gath
h-rw of \\'«alburn has I m - cii appointed ering. The Rft<-rii<M>n was pleasantly
Ills ranch Monday.
to tak- i barge of | he Ashland and spent, and Ixtth pupils and teacherá
Frank I »tike mid family of Lake-
Klamath Falls mission held, and Is rejoiced that tliey were to have a
view weir livre Friday.
tlircc moiillis' respite from M'liuol dn-
vx|x-r|i-d here wllliln a day or two.
lies. I’rof. Gutlierle, the principal,
Errd l*iillll|m, a rancher of lz*t
At \shlaml war Is now on Is-lwrcii dcparteil witli bls family for Ash
rher, wna here Tm-wlay.
the city council and Uve s.iloons,
land on Saturday.
II. c. Ilawlw of Monroe, <>r., ar Klllts wi re commenced on Tuesday of
rlvni lietc Inal Yhuraday.
Tlie Oregonian of Tuesday reports
Inst week, and ladli sides propose to
11. I*. Sliiaik of Dairy vialtvd here carry tin cas. s to the court of last re- s.iloon kec|M-rs were tried on Monday
the f«rv part ot tin- week.
und <l<x-l<lc<l against tin- defendants,
At h ast three or four car loads of win, were fined from »50 to »75 each.
Deputy llrvenua Cullwtor Fox of
In- Tin-cases were appealed to tin-cir
Aatiland arrived here Tueaday.
Io town this spring.
These ami the cuit court, pending which tlie tines
Geo. W. Ctaqwr «lid G. W. Boaiks Ininivnse loads of goods
ami other were suspended. “Dilling tin* trials
.*( Yraka were livre Inal week.
freight han- given the streets a busy rvltlence was offered In court of tile
Ib-v. J. W. Craig arrived home laat Irark.
Mir of liquors under various ftctltl'HM
Katurday fr>aii Ina trip to Aaliland.
II. H. M-a.re has i-oustriiclcd a ma- names. One witness testithsl that lie
K B. Gardner of Wiaal rivet wn* chine, run nv water power, bv means had asked for cold tea at the liar, ami
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
doing business al I lie Falls Tm-wl.iy. of whl« Il Hu- sawdust acruiiitilal Ing I list lie liad I m - cii served w it h w hlskcy
ut his mill is
i« taken away
awav and din- froni a teafol. Thrdefenae attempt
Srckem for tlmla-r and prairie land I» im *I of without dumping It Into the ed to have tlie case dismissed on a
ten-le-l t<> all lhe Public Lind States by
hat» is-rti nuincriaia here tills week. liver.
technicality, and will attack the
act of Augu«t 4, 1892, John Hanning, -a?
validity <>f ilie ordinances
of Hornbrook, County
iii-8 is »»vi. *‘'z
A. K Hammond of Mi-dford was
A visitor to Klamath Fulls this
State of California, I lias this <lav tiled in *,;•
hrrr last week en nail«- to Mkvilew. week volunteered the statement Hint which tin- arresta were made."
this office his sworn statement No. 289.
Referring to our statement a few
3 | Wagons with double box bed, for the purchase of the NE«4 <-f Section '
W. A Witham and wife nf Merrill kl.imatli roiuil v lias tile most promis
wsn* Klamath Falla visitor» Naturday. ing tul hi • and Is tlu- mix>t dcslralilc
• I .
No. SO, in Tow nship No. 308., Range No. *
sfxii for Inii slnn-nt of any ha alltv on wisilen mill on tin- grand water pow
9 E., and will offer proof to show that *
('. It. nranlaley and W.
Dalton tlie < 'iNlst.
er at Klamath Falls, the Lakeview
the land sought is more valuable (or its
<>f Tule Lake were in town Satiinl y.
Examiner of List week says: "There $116.
timl>er or stone than for agricultural
Wc ii .id rsl.md the «hid Fellows la no denying tlie fact. Friend IIuse,
purfsises. and to establish his claim to
Mowers 4 j fool cut. ♦•><).
Ge<». lawwlry, rtalef of pnllrc at I lie are tn bale a special meeting next
Klamath Agency, wan hen- yratcr- Saturday < veiling to i I im - uss tlie ques that your water power la as Hoc as
Rakes 8 } foot, »30 to »35.
. reiver of this office al ladieview, • Iregon,
can I m - found In the world, ami that
Rakes 10 ■' foot, »35 to ♦ IT».
on Friday.the 28th day of June. 1901. *
tion of r reel mg anew building tills some day Klamath Falls will I m - a big
He names as witnesses: George Norris,
A daughter wna lairn tn Mr. and year and will probably decide tlie manufacturing town.
But we alan
of Klamathon, California; Ilouglas Nor-
Mrs. Gm Ager <<n Saturday, U m - l»ili matter at tliat time.
have riglil here in Like county its
. is, of Pokegama, Oregon ; Joseph Claw
A m-w ruling of the pnKtnfllcr de- fine a water power as can lx* found in
son, <>f Henlev California; William
Hanning, cf Hornbrook California. »J*
a tine of »2 imi ora tin- state, and if a woolen mill is to
('. P. Ilughea, one of the >>ld wt- partment Im
Any ami all |H*rsons claiming adversely
tlrraof l\<a Valley, wax in town yes year's liiiprl-xiiimcnt <>n any one who lx* operated by water power, to handle
the al«>ve *lescrilx»l lands are
carelrsah takis mall no! ludotiglng to the wools of Southeastern Oregiat.
to file their claims in this <-
him from the piMtuff1<*c and neglects the Chew anean rK er at Paisley will
I before said 28th dav of June. 1901.
Tlie n*-xt Oregon Slate Christian to return it Immediately.
furnish ample power for this great In
E. M. ItRATTAtx, Register.
Kn<|eavi>r run vent Ion will la* lielil at
There Is power fot many,
Mis. < oggswell. one of the leacheni
TIMBER LAKI», ACTJUNB3. 1878,
great Industries going to waste nt
at Kl.iin.itIi Fulls, left to-day for
KLAMATH FALLS, • - - OREGON.
NOTICI FOB PUBLICATION.
C. ('. Maltby la having lihi business Fori-st Gruve, wlu-re slic will |H|SK the Palslev.
tiulldlng on Multi alrrrt pulntrd ami summer with relatives.
Time Is rambling along and sug.
Site will re
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. I
turn In tin* fall and again Icacb In gests t hat the Fourth of July is not a and newspaper ‘tick.’ The Associa
L akkvikw , O rhuox , April 20, 1901. f I
Al last last srmunta tlie total sales the m li-.il. In which site lias been very great way off. Last year Klam- tion udjourned k<> meet at Plush next I
Notice is hereby given that in com-,
at It Falla liad a first class celebra! ion autumn to lake up thesubject of scab
of oil at-s'k at Asli! ind amounted to well liked.
i>n tlie 4th.
It was well gotten up, on sheep. and to consider the advisa pliance with the provisions of the act of
Aciurillng to latest reports Mrs.
appropriately arranged and success- bility of establishing a livestock jour Cougiess of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
act fur the sale of tinils-r lands in the
J. T. Henley arrived home bonds» McKinley, whnac life was nearly den- fully carrtcfl nut.
A patriotic dis nal for tlie suppression of cow Bical states of California. Oregon. Nevada.,
from lila several wrrka' trip into Cali galred of last Week, I* How stcarflly play lit all respects It was, with music, Ing."
and Washington Territory," as ex-1
Impon Ing at tlu- Scott reslih-nec lu
fornia mid Nevada.
orations, dances, fireworks In the
lendetl to all the Public Land States by |
o nnd will sain tx-aide
act of August 4, 1892. Mike H. Parker,
Akiindrr Wil»*ti of Williamson to wiihsta id tin-return tilpto Wash evening anil good order nod pleasure
of Bly, County of Klamath, State of Ore- '
every where prevailing.
river u h re with Ida daughter for
ington. f< i which point a dln-ct ruutc liave another celebration tills year?
The following described horses gon, lias Illis day lile.1 in thia office his i
strayed front my ranch at Nay lox on sworn statement No. 290, for lhe pur-
will lx* taken.
If so, why not begin to think It over
or about Muy 10: One black horse. I dulse of the SE*4.of Section No 28.1
To-day Judge Willits and wife
Ashland Tidings: A. Y. Beach, and commence getting ready for it? weight alxaii 1150 pounds, with I mix in Tow nship No. 39 S., Range No. 6 E.,|
Went over to lloglic river Io visit
wlio was In \stilsnd last Friday, says Invite cverybtxiy In tin* county to lay
brand on left atlfle; one brown horse. I and will offer proof to show that the
friend» ami relative«.
tliat the sheep Interests of latke asltle ImsIncKs ean-s and troubles and
weight about 1050, branded *-T I’" land sought ia more valuable for its -
Hols-rt llunsnker has recently
on left hip; one buckskin mare, blind timber or stone than (or agricultural
purfmaea, and to establish his claim to
nioreil Into tlie hotis- heretofore or. Tin- lambing m -. imui has just com- to the music, participate in the dance.
in right eye. weight about 1100,
ruplnl bv Prof. Gulherle.
im-iiied and the percentage will be s<-c old friends and <>jx-n a genial ac branded --J G;” one buckskin pony, : said land l>efore the Register and Re
of thia office at Lakeview, Oregon,
much higher than usual.
The per quaintance with everybody.
weight about hoo . Finder will pleas.* ’ on Friday, the 28th day of June. 1901.
••*”. T. Baldwin and Dr. Rentnea cent tills year will tie 125. as against
atarted for Lakeview .Monday, au.l
The Yreka Journal, speaking of flic return the property or write tn the I He names as witnesses: W. 1». Weeks,
an annual :nerage of fhim 40 to 75.
will Is- niwnt several days.
Increased r.illristd traffic in Siskiyou underaignod at Naylox, who will pay of Duluth. Minn.; Harris Dean.-*, of
Duluth, Minn.; H. S. Dunbar, of Ash
Cheap rates from the East to the county, says that --a few years ago a suitable reward.
II. E. Momyer of Klnm.-tth Igrncy
land, Oregon; Janies Bell, of Bly. Ore
arrived Monday on lila return from a Const will continue all summer. This only one freight train a day was sup
gon. Any and all |iersons claiming ad
nu-aiis that tlu- number of home- plied, and a short ojie at that, while
versely tin- altove-described lands an*
Mtalnrav trip to San Francium.
ar«-kem will greatly Increase.
Ar* some of the time only a tii-wcckly
n-quested to hie their claims in this
A. L. Darter of D:ill.-u> and Mr. conllngly, it would be a wise and Ix-ne- freight p.iss>-d over lite road.
office on or before said 28th dav of June
Childers of Med fort I stopped here ffeial stroke of enterprise If the citi then-tire several freight trains every
yestcrdai mi their way Io Bly.
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
zens of this enmity would make u day. more Ilian half nt the trains con
B II Griffith, who In hrrr from milt'd Mild systematic effort tn act taining heavily loaded lumber cars,
LAND. ACT JUNES, 1878.— fornia ; Jacob Isler, of Klamathon, Cali
Komplrr. In l<silting nt a valuable
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
fornia; Douglas Norris, of Pokegam.-v,
heir and thus augment lhe hitlux of quiring double flat cars to li >ld them.
ranch with a view of buying It.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon. Any and all persons claiming
A single passenger train of seven or
VN1TED STATES LAND OFFICE,» adversely the aliove-described lahrls
••real quantltlen of gmala for Ito-
eight ears supplied lite traveling re
Minnie ikxith. Plaintiff, 1 Suit in E<|iii-
I. akkvikw . O regos , April 20, 1991.1 are requetied to file their claims in this
Mnia inrrchanta passetl through
E. IL Ilimsbv and wife arrived quirements, while lately two daily
' t v for a Di
Notice is hereby given that in com otiice on or before said 28th dity of
t"»n the fore part of the week.
here last Thursday from Ijtkevlew trains arc crowded, requiring divi
Edgar Booth, Defendant.) vorce.
pliance with the provisions of the act of June, 1901.
Bo at hing nt Dairy nt 2 p. tn. ami and ev|>< t to mike Klamath Falls sions into sect Ions most of the time j
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
To Edgar Booth, defendant alsive Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
for lx-tter hauling, ss 12 or 14 coaches |
You are hereby required to act for the sale of tinilxr lands in the
»4 Ikmanza at 8 p. m. next Sunday,
ap|s-ar and answer the complaint tiled states of California, Oregon, Nevada, Timber land, Act June 3, 1878
•he lull Inst., by Rev. J. W. Craig. ».tilers. Mr. Ilamshv Is confident of a ami Pullmans areas many as two of
llvel) growth for litis town and vleln- the heaviest locomotives can haul, es-
against you in the a I sire entitled suit and Washington Territory,” as extend
Notice for Publication,
J’rvd S< hnlltick went to Redding. Itv lii the m ir future and wisely pro-
on or liefore Thursday, the sixth day of ed to all the Public Land States by
peclally on the mountain grades,
»I.. lant week, with I lie extirftiit loti poses to c.isi Ills lol here. They were where I lirre engines are <x-caslonally
June. 1901, being the last day of the ret of August 4, 1892, William Hanning,
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
time prescribed in the order for the of Hornbrix-k, County of Siskiyou,
'•f there M--Ing Prenldent McKinley. I. r. Ulip llll- il I M l-e. Flo. Hall who
used for passenger trains."
L akeview , O regon , April 39, 1901. f
i publication thereof being on the 25th this office Ids sworn statement No. 288, Notice is hereby given that, in com
H. II, Harciny, government mull wiis on her way to her home at Myr-1
Gov. Geer of thia state returned
pliance with the provisions of the act of
"»pertor, visited Klamath
Falln lie Creek, <'r.
They are now constantly in receipt , day <>f April, 11X11 ; ami if you fail so to iorthe purchase of tlieNW*4, of Sec Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
home to Salem on Katurday last from
tion No. 30, in Township No. 39 S.,
“• rriday, going from here to latke-
A pioneer lady San Francisco, where In- had spent a of new gtxtds, something nice and of the plaintiff will apply to the Court for Range No. <> E., and will offer proof to act for tl.c sale of timber lauds in the
of Giants I’Sss who resided here lit week. Previous to returning he cal splendid quality.
Watch for our the relief prayed for in the complaint show that the land sought ia more val states cf California, Oregon. Nevada and
I’nigglst W. A. Wright la now the time Is the authority of lhe led on President McKinley, who ••<•»-,
uable for its timlier or stone than for ag Washington Territory,” as eitende*!
grand opening in Dolph mid Chrlo- herein, to-w it: For a decree dissolving ricultural puriMMH-a, and to establish his to all the Public Iatnd States by act
the Imnds of matrimony existing l>e-
'"'proving Ills residence Grants Pa»» < ilwrier for the state pcclally reqncsted Governor Geer to
oil tile corner of Pine and Fourth ment fh.-it on “May 1«. 1873, snow express to the people of Oregon his lete wares; none ever before here tween plaintiff and defendant; for the claim to said land before the Register of August 4. 1892, Douglar Norris, of
Pokegama, County of Klamath, State
fell on the Siskivous above Ashland regret that lie was unable to visit quite equal to them.
Cheaper goods ! care and custody cf Alma Viola Booth, and Receiver of this office at Iuikeview, of Oregon, lias this daV tiled
Oregon, on Friday, the 28th day of
to a depth of eleven Inches and snow 1 them at this time.
The President besides, if you want them.
A nice ant, and for plaintiff's costs and dis- June, 1901.
He names as witnesses: this office his sworn statement, No.
Ashland arrived here fell In evert month of thill year ex considered Ills misfortune greater
present given with pun-hase of three i luirsements ot said suit.
George Norris, of Klaimithon. Califor 288. for the purchase of tlie SE '4 ol
y*«t.-nlay on his way to Fort Klam-
cepting August. Tilt* leaves on the than that of the people of Oregon, dollars mid upward» on our opening
For such other relief as to the Court nia; Douglas Norris, of Pokegama, Ore Section No. 30, in Township No. 39 H.,
u-rc he I m to take charge of a I oak I rec* wen- frozen and corn three
who had been so kind to him both day. Watch forad. telling you when. mav seem just and equitable.
gon . Joseph Clawson, of Henley, Cali Range No. H East, and willoffer proof to
1 feet high was killed."
I politically and socially.
Ilo had for
This summons is served by publica fornia; John Hanning, of Hornbrook, show that the land sought is more valu I
Notice for Publication.
tion thereof, in the K lamath R kvchi . i - California. Any and all |x*rsons claim able for its timlier or stone than for ag
years, he said, Itxiketl forward with.
W. A. Liston of Salem, who has * pleasure to a visit to Oregon, which
can , by order of Hon. 11. L. Benson, a ing adversely the alxive-descrilxxl lands ricultural purixises, and to establish his I
h|, ,i ’
week to take home
Ih-partnient of tin- Interior,
claim to said land before the Register
Ix-en lu-re several weeks In the Inter
laind Office at laikeview, Oregon, Judge of the First Judicial District of are requested to file their claims in and Receiver of this office nt-Lakeview, J
lie considered one of the coming
h,W ***" “"•■'"""‘f
est of lhe Continental Insurance Coin
the State of tiregon, made, dated and this office on or before said 28th day of
Muy l>, 1901.
great states of the Union, not tally
Oregon, on Friday, the 28th day of
tiled in said suit, at Klamath Falls, Ore ¡June, lixtl.
pany. ilcpiirted for home Monday
on account of her natural resources. I Notice is hereby given that tlie fol gon, <>n the 24th day of April, 1901,
June, 1901. He names as witnesses t
wlh1*.’*!*r,|n Sr-"f Oakland, Cal.,
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
While hi lhe enunty, lie
John Hanning, of Hornbrook, Califor
Diac. “U" hl* l,""ual 'l*B •<• Ibis adjusted the loss of J. W. Stout of but also owing to her geographical his intention to make final proof in ivliicli said order requires that summons
nia: William Hanning, of Hornbrook,
'position in respect to the expanding
in saitl suit l>e published once a week.
I'rolsiblvl Poe Valley. The amount of Insur
commeive In tlie Orient.
! for a period of six consecutive and suc Timber Land. Act June 3, 1878— California; Jacob Isler, of Klamathon, I-
re'«»ln until fall.
ance. »3110. was paid in full.
He also dent further stated that lie yet. dur
California; George Norris, of Klatna- >f
cessive weeks from the 25th day of
Notice for Publication.
thon, California. Any ami all persons a
wroie a large amount of Insurance ing Ills adinlnlstration, exp<-etcd to County Clerk at Klamath Falls, Ore., April, 1901.
claiming adversely the above-described,
for different ranchers, anil expects to complete his tour originally planned, i
J ohn 8. O kh axu IL W. K kkskk ,
of Aai 1?’
tile their claims
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, > lands are requested .• to
return here Iodo Millie more work In
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In that event In- would go direct IL E. No. 1973, for the E'# of SW'4,
"'"''■rstaml the con- (
or before said 28th, ‘
L. vkkvirw , Oaaoox, April 20, 11X11. t in this office on c.
thitl line during the coming summer.
"""■rat ion wna »250(1.
from Washington to the Northwest.” t
Notice is hereby given that, in coin-
Notice For Publication.
of NF'«. S ix -. 15, Tp. 39S., R. 10, E„ W.
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register. re
"'•bi hi mn’r * MW ,ml11 *" no* r"n‘
Speaking of “radical reforma,” | i M., Oregon. Ho names tlie following
' Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
turning out big fully imputes blame to the register of such as electric railroads, steamboats witnesses to prove his continuous resi
Department of Interior, ■ net for the sale of tindier lands in the
If people only knew what wc know ,
H’r' f"f which the demand the land office Ix-cauae of some con-j
and the suppression of cow stealing,
Land Office at Lakeview On-gon, states of California, Oregon, Nevada and about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, It would i
'"irreat and growing greater.
tests oter certain government lands. etc., the Lakevh-w Examiner re|x>rts| ¡viz: 11. S, Grigsby, of Klamath Falls,
April 22, 1901.
Washington Territory,” as extended be used In nearly every household, hha .
|ng*»n<|ll<i,urt* *H r*"n"<1»,"nff, paint- We doubt if any one of the parties In- that al a meeting of the editorial as 'Oregon; Si Faitlo of Klamath Falls,
Notice is hereby given that the follow to all the Public Land States bv act
Oregon; D. W. Anderson, of Olene, Ore ing-named settler has tiled notice of his i of August 4, 1802, George Norris there arc few people whodo not auffei ►'
teresled on either side attaches the
sociation of Lake and Mtsltx-counties, gon ; Frank Arrant, of Klamath Falls,
intention to make filial proof in sup|>ort of Klamathon, County of Siskiyou, front n feeling of fullnesaafter eating ">
slightest blame to such officer. That
nor irf i>
' residence on the cor- lie has performed Ills duties exactly at Lakeview last week, It was “re- l fregon.
Ins claim, and that smd proof will lie State of California, has thia day tiled belching, flatulence, sour stomach <>•■
'* »tyne and Pine atroeU
:solved among othet things, that the
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
made before J. O. Hatnaker, I'. S. Com in thia office his sworn statement No. waterbrnsh, cauaed by indigestion o nj
ns the law directs and that he will association use its utmost efforts to
¿who"»’ lhe »’"»tytorlan mln-
decltle such contests Impartially anti Interest capital in the construction of TIMBENLAND, ACTJUNE3.1878, missioner nt Bonanza, Ore., on May , 287. for the pun base of the N»V*4 dyspepsia. A preparation such ns Knev«
28, 1901, vis:
I of flection No. 28. in Township No. 39 s., dol Dyspepsia Cure, which, with n- j£.
m""'hM airoIW| *Utl07M here n few In accordance with the law and evi at- electric railway from Cedarville to; NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
1 Range No. tl East, and w ill offer proof to aid from the stomach, will dlgcs^r
qu'lle On 5? lN ”"W htcated at Co-' dence. I here can be no quest Ion In I Paisley via Lakeview; to put steam
II. E. No. 901X1 for the NW'4, Sec. 12, show that the land sought :• more valu your food, certainly can't help but
.' In Bunday m -I i < m >I work.
the minds of any concerned.
Tp. 39, S., R. 11, E. He names the fol able for its limber or atone Ilian for agri you good.
U sitkii Sr.vTKa L and Ovrtca.
boats oil (Itstse Lake, and Alx-rt Lake
PwirTh uf Jw|11 r<‘l"briite the|
J. L. Hanks and his son, Marion
J. L. Padgett A Sons, Keno.
Notice is hereby given that in com residence tqxm and cultivalion of said claim to said land liefore the Reglater
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f,"ir «lays’ races. ; Hanks, are making great improve- Paisley for commercial purpoaen as pliance with the provisions of the act of land, vix: II.L. Clopton. of Bonanxa, and Receiver of thia office at Lakeview,
-Ird mtd close on the mentson tlu-lr land on the Big Klam- well as pleasure; and to send a mem Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An Oregon : 8. I.. Walker, of Bonanza, Ore th-egon, on Friday, the 28th day of
»nd bi.,,,K' 'rotting and pacing, nth lake and nest town. J. L. IlHnks orial to Congress asking for the ap- act lor the sale o( timber lands in the gon -, L. D. Burk, of Bonanza, Oregon; [June, 1901. He names as witnesses:
One first -class Jack for sale.
tb-<hv P .7'H w,n ’**• ••'«'order of Illis just put up a wind mill nr.d com- polntmcnt of a “Biigologlst" Io sup stales of California, Oregon. Nevada, A. J. Lowd»*rbaugh, of Bonanza, Oregon. John Hanning, Hornbrook. California;
E. M. Birvri w. Register. - William Hanning, of Hornbrook, Cali- quire of S. II. King at Ft. Kl«ln4t¡ j
'»’i the as-mid dny. Thors plelt-da flume forlrrlgttlngpurp-ise-, press ticks especially the sig*- tick 1 .uni Washington TvriitvA-,” as ex*
II. J. O'Brlvn of Dairy wnk lit town I
.. ..... lay.
Fretl Dtty uf Ukevlvw was tic re
Geo. M. Nnydrr of Bly vhB«-<l IhlM 1
I», T. L mw I ihi «'I Mcdfonl urrlved I
John Gllp'n of Fort Klamath was
A. White of Royalint Wits In town
J. T. Al«*xttn<l»r of P»a* Vulley was
In town Monday.
Thomas and Deering Rakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
John Deere Steel Plows.
Steel Ranges, General Line Hardware, Stoves,
Tinware, and Crockery, Furniture and Burial Cas
kets, Paints, Oils and Glass, Carpets and Lin Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Shown
BALDWIN, Hardware Dealer
K. O. W. W. BUILDINC,
New Stock Now Arriving.
All Machinery at Low
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
Baldwin, .the Hardware
Dealer, A. 0.L W. Bldg.
THE BRICK STORE.
Hardware, Tinware and Agricul
KLAMATH FALLS, OR.