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was their intention to hunt f*if la
but being engaged In the purs
they were brave Enough to tackh
hear Khoiiid «me cniM their path,
that I k exactly what happened. ■'
Jackmm waa carrying the gun w
they met a beat in the ¡»th,
wltlniut furl tier ceremony she t
alm ami fired. Iler aim wna true.
'brought down th.« game, and
though not killing instantly. It
• mortally wounded. Miss Angle •
i part In the sUughter, ending
' *truggle* of the bear w ith a club.
The ladies are very proud of tl
9 achievement, and while not tKINSt
of their prowess, they miAlei
J acrept the congratulai Iona of tl
friend*, and Inaiat that they «
not frightened although they h
no desire to encounter a Iwar ev
time they go rnntping.
THE BRICK STORE.
AgerKlamath Falls Stage Line
To and from Ager Daily, via Klamath
Hot Springs, by Daylight ■
river mm .ix at
riled tn till
ami left f<>
Shortest and Best Route to R. R.
There la an «dd allegorical piet
■ of a girl scared at a graaa-bopper,
Best Time and Accommodations. in the act of heedleaaly treading oi
V Isl ■
' . This is parulk'led by the r
FASSBNGBR, EXPRESS AND FAST FREIGHT LINE I “ who
spend* a large sum ot mo
L eave klamath falls 8 a . m .
building a cyclone cellar, but negh
f wluv ar
■ il lite Wood», wlicre
lu i Medi eiglil x unii
•fqeriMi m ,„| ,n ,
Rm 11 n li in k <• r and
lIII» pi.ne ami Di. I*. \ tKtnuii <>(
San Fi.un ixixi returnrd l.ixt Frlday
frolli ali elglil dai»' mitliig III thè
pellemi iiai country.
tour decr. cangili lui» ut tl»li and liad
a gissi lime generali)'.
»’«OHIIE tok Of
CITY 1KAT M a
W ill run >i .......
Forti .ut Mlxxmiri
aere bere xclcral dal» <if llie |M»I
week, iixillng Mr». k'otd’» xlxler,
Mrx II N Ib.idliurii of lloiianz.i. .imi
klVMV, Ilf this
lutee Mrx II. M
Mr. unii Mix. J.ix
I’ hitrd S tatxb L and Orrtca,
Tuition free, excepting in Schools of Law, Medicine and Music. (Incidental
I-akeview, Or «.-gon. August Iti, 1
lee 110.00; Student-Body tax |2.50 per year.
Cost of living from 1100.00 to
Notice is hereby given that in «
pliancy with the provisions of the a
«300.00 per year. For catalogue, address
Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled
act for the sale of limlier lands in
states of California« Oregon, Nev
and Washington Territory.” as ext
' ed to all the Public I .and State
1 act of August 4, 1892,Charley 8. tin
' of I-ewiston, county of Nex Perce, ala
Idaho, baa this «lay fileti in this <
his sworu statement No. 1230, fo
purchase of th«' SW1* of Section N'
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER TENTH
in Township No. 39 8., Range N
E. W. M. and will offer proof to show
Registrar of the University, Eugene, Oregon.
place. Tbc »l»li'n» II,III lint well ■'aeli
ut Iter for tbirt i -»1« year».
Mr». Ford left mi i liclr return Imine
TIE SOUTHERN 0RE6ÔN STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
llled liullie Mollila) frulli .1
trip lo Diamond lake.
Ile wa» gotte
twoiMeekx. alni I mo ib'er. kllli-d In
Fall faculty; improved buildings; exhaustive course L'^^wr^r’s^ne thaTforag*iicid
— - -
, purposes, anil to establish his clai
« . each department
)an<| beforu J. O. Hamaker, 1
filled by . a specialist. Latin
and economics added for the benefit of those preparing to samid'arTth«’isth F<iay’of ' n .X’ u
teach in High School, but are optional. $200 in cash
Orcutt, «if Lewiston, Idaho; Wil
prizes for excellence in oratory and athletics, Expenses . Young, of Ashland, Oregon; Jami
Whitcomb, of Ashland, Oregon.
light; social conditions ideal. Send for catalogue >
| and all persons claiming adve
Mr. Butcher of Klamath Fall»
INDIAN WAR VETERANS.
visited frienda in Bonanza this week.
I ndependence , O il , Aug. 16, 1302.
Mias Cora Smith of Dairy is mak-
Atan adjourned meeting of tbc
ing her borne with Mr. and Mrs. Har-
Indian war veterans of 1855 and :
18i6, held at Independence, August j
iiliiet i g.illoii»
ut bili klelletrlex.
ing, Usdfenity Zcademy, School of Music, School of Medicine, School of I jiw .
Mi Bri.mi. gate Uiem pienti' ni
Ile x.i)s Ibi* Dlanmiid lake
country, wbieli i» | ini nule» frinii
I ere. I» mx ' iiik I I o in me on Uie ('iui»f
for fine xci neri ami pienti
Makes dalli trips na ti q
rvn. S«h Springs. x*
ma. (Izigglng <u>y
J. V. Pi-uHMiii ami M. I. Mi II ihi .
lawier ami Ikinker of |5>nea. Ni li.,
\ full line ■if
allo Mere gi|e»ln of llle R k IM'IILII 18 medicine» nf all
fallili) for a week. <lc|Mrted ii-wter- kill imi If »lek, make you sick If not,
dai inornlng for tliclr buine ila l’uri- emit lltll ill) oil lutlld at tile Excelsior,
land. Scalile ami Spokane.
lìiev Dairy, < >r.
the above-d«*<«eribed lands are r«.>«]U
to file their claims in this office <
before said 15th dav of November,
E. M. Ila atta is, Regis'
W. HUSE & SON,
c. c. a^on
Wednesdav, September 17th. I
the following School» and College« are comprieeil in the University : Graduate TIMBERLAND. ACT J UNE 3. 1
Sebool, CoRege ot Lite.ratme, Science and Art', Colh'ge of Science and Engineer-1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIO:
11« a limerai land low
nr»». Survsylnt aafCw
a Specialty. All H u R mu
Attrndrd to. Uttkt licit,
To fly frlsnds.
Buckingham and ileclit War er
boots, shoes and felts, at Excel)
not let this matter hang fire all fall Timber Land, Act June 3, 187
Notice for Publication.
as it is a detriment to the town.
Dr. Johnson was called to Bly ,asl I UNITED STATES LAND OFFIt
Published «very Thursday by
Sunday to attend Roy Kinyon who L akbvikw , Oaunox, August 16, 11
| Notice is hereby given that, in
was kicked by a wild bronco.
pliance with the provisions of ihe
The town council Is taking steps
. . Congress
3, 1878, entitled
E dito ns axd P bopbiktom .
' t act I for
toward the building of a pound,
L. the «ale of timber
----- lands i .
. states of California, Oregon, Nevad
Hogs are running through the streets
ireei.x \yMhington Territory," as extern
scasca trr no* sarai'
in violation of our city laws. Here- ' all
due year (la advaace)................................. »2 00
after they will be taken in charge bv August 4, 1892, the following p«
file«] in thia
THURSDAY. AUGUST 28.
-„,1 ,«.„ ...._ _ „.ni
i , have thia
the marshal and the owner will be -wr>rn
. m . i '
sworn statements, ia
compelled to pay all chargee before
Emma T. Gray,
oi Lewiston, connty of Nez Perce,
H obo .
U. S. Comm««,
stum.teli nini I.tier Tiihlet» it <i
wissl .\ 1'ii‘x tlrug »lure.
elisivi tu I like and mure plv.ih.illl
effect I bali pill». Then llicll iixc
Bui followed III I'lilihl III it loll llh
iiftvli tile cahv with pills.
size 2 h - |M-r I hix .
The first Semester, Session 1902-1903, opens
B. F. MULKEY, President.
CLIFFORE THOMAS, Secretary
While nlcnli'lng I ma g
II ll'lll ulti IH!) W>1» |»'lM'|m
wil'd ui plani." says Mi. n
uf sii ux < liy. la. "Il,
|M-ixuii "ff Ills li.iiul» Into
(ur awhile we wen' dnud|
l,,s. lux »igln.
Sulle. The tirai ilpphigl
him and In a lew <!ay»llr(
aw cwr. ” Fur »kin ill*)
Inn il», « alii», wuiinil». na
livWItt x Will'll IhurlNIi
llellei«'» pile» al ,
wai«' <>( «'«unit«'rfellK.
J. O. ttAIMAK
t« provide bls family with a bo
MB m : Mammoth StaMoa, Largest and Most Centrally Located.
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Travelers conveyed to «H points at reasonable rates. Bost Diarrhoea Remedy as a safegu
against bowel complaint*, wbuae
thus outnumber tlmae of the cvc)
care given to stock.
a hundred to one. Tills remedy
everywhere recognized as the ii
R» W. MARPLE, Proprietor.
___ prompt and reliable medicine in
for these dl*ea*es. For sale by C
wish ! & Co.
W lieti imi uake up wllli a I
lanlv in min munì li, gu ut kiicv
tìiitwissl A l'ii'hilrug »li re ami |
a lu e xainplv nf < ìiiiui I m i laln'x Sii
» it h
Nwl Over WI m .
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
ilttvml lliv hl.it«< nuli vthlty, \
Unger f«»r \ leiuila II. <' , tu ilxlt
hlhici. ami Mix» Normali fur P< i
M'Iluul, t*ul,, tu wlilvll place hbv
I m ' i ii i raiihfvrnxl
Illa Sight nu
agili«') M'htsil. The liullvx liti
thè rallruad ililh
I iiai't negl«»'! a culli. |i
tlm» iiiiph'XMint. h a
By using < hie Minute
I ull vim eure It ill uim ' c .
lbiiiini.il Imi. I'lvar» tlu-
nml xlii'iigtliviis Uw '■ l»g
brum', tiire* roughs, » it,
iivd lung Iruiiblea. ' ri»
VI k luiuu»Hiit«'ly. M m
iii'<'imi|Minlvd hi bis diiuglitvr.
Amile, ami 'Ilxx Mari Unger, i
M'hisil mainili, ami Mlxx lue...
man • * in» linn I m -VII Icilchlllg
Dr. J. G. Goble the Optician wll
at Klamath Fallaaoon.
! paper for tlie date of hl* arrival.
vour eves need attention no 1
»' ail to consult him. lie treats
caAe* of defective vision that
M'lKNTtrtc fitting of glisses will n
edv. Examination free of charge.
t'upt. < >.
frulli Klainutli \gcnev
\ ill lex WHO
KLAMATH FALLS, OR
A Necessary t
fumili cum<> In iv tu ciijin il
l'iipUniiiilly lini- l'Iliimlv and
thuihlliiit khhliind uffer» ita .i
R.lllwill a l'imple ni vi'Ulh llgn.
acre mote faiorabl) ltnprc»M'd
T. Ilinley mid
md Mr». Rolit.
nN ilepartvd Mi
• d I ii»' Wood».
It Is the direct line frs
mil all Nnrthant orq
.itli Falls. Merrill. I
and Lakrtlrw, mi i
tgrncy ami Ft. Kamt
It Need» a Tonic.
Klaiuath counti Uiaii any lis'alltv
There in* tini«*» when vmir liier
thriillgll Wlilch thè) p.ixMll eli r'illlc
m*«»!» a tulli«'.
Ihiti't gli«' purga-
lo t Ile < o;ixt.
IIle» th.it gri|M- ami weaken.
Wit I '» Lit 11« làirly RI mt » i x|»'l all
pilMin frulli tl «• system ami act a» Good Stock and
tl 'Il l> 1 " t In Uvei
Highland ave.. 'Illt«m. l‘.i . »aia:
I bave cari led DeWitt *a Little
Earl) ItlM-r» with me for vi. ral
years and would not Is wit bout
small ami easy lu fake. «. M. Iinffifll
Th«'« neirr gri|H'
ur dint rt mi .
of Idaho, J worn statement No, 122
the purchase of the NU NWl^,
NE1«, section 31, township 38 8.,
Charles M. Willey,
of Clarkston, county of Asotin, state nt vitnvwvsr:
aanivw rmton, ••i ron
claim to »aid land before Jaa. II. I>rl»- |
Washington, sworn statement No. 1222, Klamath, Oregon ; William <>. uni. of
'colt, County Ch-ik, al Klamath Falls.
Fort Klamath, Oregon; Sarah J. Rod-
^7 J^Uon 71 .“townsfop tes‘
TIMBER LAND. AIT JUNE 3. 1*78.- *>reg<in. on Monday, th« 29th «lay of
•• range key, of Fori Klamath, Oregon; Chris
J. L. Tadee, Mage line contractor, 16, 1902, the following proceedings 6 E.
Notary Public and Cosieys«*'
She names as wit
Wise, of Fort Klamath, Oregon, Anv
loesses: John Connolly, ot Keno, Ore
lhet frith a serious accident not far were had:
That they will offer proof to «how and all persons claiming adversely the
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.) gon; Hiram 11. Wescott, of Klaniatb
' that tiie land sought is more va'uable alrove-deecriberl land, are requested to
from our tews hrnt week.
I.AKKVisw, Oawiox, July 17,1902.f Falls, Oregon; Harry 11. Ilargus, nf
On motion of Major James Bruee, ’»I for it» timber or «tone than for agricul tile their claims in thia office on or be
boraea became unmanageable and be of Benton county, Ben Hayden wa* tural purposes, and to establish their fore said 8th day of September, 1002.
Notice is hereby given that in com Klamath lalls, Oregon; J. W. Hama
pliance with the provieiooc of the act of ker, of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
E. M. BRA1TAIN, Register.
was thrown from his buggy and re cboacn chairman.
*. claim to said land before J. O. Hama-
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An and all ¡icraoiis claiming adversely the
ker, U. 8. Commissioner, at Forest,
ceived some painful cuts and bruises
On motion of James Hays, of Cor Oregon, on Saturday, the 15th day of
act for the sale of limlier lands in the at«iv<'-deM'ri>4-<| lamia ar«* requested to
TIMBER LAND, ACTJUNE.3,1878, states of California, Oregon, Nevada, file their claims in this office on or la-
about the head.
vallis, J. R. Cooper, of Independence, November, 1902.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
ami Washington Territory,” a» extrmd- fore said 29th day <>( 8e|ilcuil>er, 1902.
Mr. and Mrs. Viera of Ilildebrand was chosen secretary.
ed to all the Public Land Stat«'» by
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register. i
Orcutt, of Lewiston, Idaho; Emma T.
U xitk »» S tatks L ax » Orncg. ) act of Angniil I, 1892, Hany B. Hargus,
On motion of Major Bruce, the Gray, of Lewiston, Idaho; Charles M.
were made happy last week by the
of Klamath Falls, county of Klamath,
appearance of a young son at their secretary wa* instructed to communi Willey, of Clarkston, Washington ; J. J.
Notice is hereby given that in com slate of Oregon, liar July 7, 11*12, filed in I
Whitcomb, of Ashland. Oregon; Wil
cate with all county clerk» within liam
Digests what you eat
Notice is hereby given that there are
pliance with the provisions of the net of
Young, of Ashland, Oregon.
June 3, 1878, entitled “An for the purchase of the HW1, of Sec-1 funds in th« County Treasury for the Tins j>r' |isratlori containt illotf
Any and all persons claiming adverse 1 CongrePHof
F. II. Milla of Klamath Falls was the state and ascertain the number
redemption of the following county star-
ly the above-described lamls are re- I Act for the rale of t¡01 ber landa in the
doing busineu with some of the ber of Indian war veterans and their vuested to file their claims in this offiee states of California, Oregon, Nevada, Rung« No. 7, E. W. M., and will offer rnnta protested on and print Io Nov. 22, dlgcsUinls nml dlgeste »11 F’’
food. Jt gives Instant reMwl
ranchers In our vicinity last week.
on or before said 15th day of November, and Washington Territory,” as ex- prom to show that the laii'l sought is 181’5.
interest on same will cense fall* to cun-, it allewsyauto'
. tended to all the Public Land Htatca by more valuable for Its timber or atone from this date : Now i. w'4>5. 8 9.1,8156, th« ftxxl you want. TIienxstR«
countie* and report the same to the 1902.
Mrs. Geo. Morine, Mrs. Kmsman,
act of Augu“t 4, 1892, the following |>«r- | than for agricultural purposes, and Io KIII7, 821)3, 8229, 8482, »MI7, *177, »155, stomachs can take It. Uy II»“*
E. M. BIIATTAIN, Register.
adjutant genera) at Salem.
Mrs. Drieeoll and Mrs. Michaels left
sons have this day filed in this office establish his claim Io »aid land before 8236, 8185, »101, »178, »127,82111, 8469. tlniiiM.inds of dispcptici l>»*
Jas. II. Driscoll,Conntv Clerk, at Klam 831)0, 811711, 8M4, 8579, 832 I, HOW, »182,
On motion uf D. L. Hedges, the I
for the huckleberry mountain last
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3, 1878 : their sworn statements,
ath Falls, Oregon, on Monday, the 29th •8138, 858(1, 8471.8468, »183, 8663, »418, cured
L oii K. Hatch,
secretary was Instructed to transmit
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I of Salem, county of Marion, state of day of KeptemruT, 1902. He mimea as 8388, 8488, 8084, 8781, »109,83111, 83ll>, is uoeqindh d for alhiotusdit*'
a copy of these procedings to all the
83811, , 8823,
Oregon, sworn statement No. 1,185, witness«'»: Hiram H. Wescott, of Klam 8045, 8718, H«||r 8401, —
S. C. Hamaker and Alex. Zevely
U xitbd S tatm L amb Ornes,) i for the purchase of the SW'l^, section 6, ath Falls, Oregon ; Amy G. W’eacolt, of »H2, 8371, 8147, 8038, 8822, HOI I, 8307, It can't help
newspapers within the state with re
L akkvisw , O kroox , July 24, 1902.)
returned fresn tbetr hunting expedi
Klamath Falla, Oregon; J. W. llama- 8015, »¡44, 8693, 8321), 8479.
township 38 8., range (I E.
N42H. 8187, fn pnrixl only r»y but
quest to publish tbe same.
E 0. I is W itt AQV
ke.r, of Klamath Falls, Oregon; John 8837, 8405 , 8505, 8502, »>30,8341,
Notice is hereby given that in com
Lynton E. Athey,
»189, 8341, 8302.
tion last Monday. We haven’t learn
The II. Ix.iiJo. onmlaiiH U bh *11
On motion the meeting adjourned pliance with the provisions of the act of i of 753 E. Ankeny St., Portland, county Connolly, of Keno, Oregon, Any and 850.3, 8321, 8.353, 8327, 8214, WHO, 8577,
ed nf the size and number of their
to meet at Salem, Wednesday, Octo congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An of Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn all persons claiming adversely the 8532, »173, 8163, 8337, 8473, »174, HDAO,
for the sale of timber lands in the ' statement No. 1,186, for the purchase of alwive-descritied lands are requested to 8462.
ber 1, 1902, and all Indian war vet act
NOI KT l ok Pi BI.ICAW.'
file their claims in tills office on or lie-
states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
Dated at Klamath Falla, Oregon, thia
The baying Beason is drawing to erans are cordially invited to attend. and Washington Territory,” as ex- th«. 8Eli, section 6, township 38 8., fore said 29th <lnv of September, 1902.
mtatkh usn orrri
range ti E.
22nd day of May, 11)02.
laikevlew, Or., Jmut
I tended to all the Public i,and Btates
a clone and the bun» of the thrasher
E. M. BRATTA IN, Register.
B kn H aydkn ,
If. ¡I. V ax Vai.iCKHncRii,
lirtrby xlrrn thill"1*
J. R. C ooper ,
County Treasurer. with Ihv provleloiifi of the Ad <>l •
Chairman. bv act of August 4, 1892, Thomas J. of 9 E 7lh Ht., Portland, county of
wiU aoon be beard in the land.
Vaughn, of Fort Klamath, County of Multnomah, stat« of Oregon, sworn Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878—
JtineH. | m 7 r , ciifHIcif ’Ao art
I mik I n In the Htatcfioi<'alK°^*
H. L, Clopton visited the Falls
Klamath, Mate of Oregon, has this day statement No. 1,187, for the purchase
l/yientery Cured Wirhout the Aid of I llintwr
X wid I r and WuNhlnplon Territory,' *
‘ filed in this office his sworn statement, of the 8E*^, section 20, township 38 8.,
Notice for Publication.
•‘d to nil Uir I’uhlle l.nnd Mfateth! *
elty last Monday, returning Tuesday.
KILLS A BEAR.
I No. 1042, for the purchase of the WU oi range fl E.
4. IMT2. John W JlallQ.oi
tv of Jnckaon. .Nfntc nf orrf«>n, l>-’
Mr. Julian, tbe Langeil’s Valley
NWW. of Hection No. 29, in Township
That they will offer proof to show
‘•I am Just up from a hard spell of fill’d In this off|< i< hi* aworn oMj”
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
No. 32 8., Range No. 7« E. W. M., that the Und sought 1« mor« valuable
for fin* piircbaM* of the H’j J."
atage driver, has sub-let bls contract
L akkvikw , O rcoon , July 8, 1909. I 1 he flux’’ (dysentery) siiys Mr. T. A. | , Hl*,
HW\, MW, YWI., of Hection
Miss Ruth Jackson, a former resi and will offer proof to show that the for its tioilier or stone than for agricul
Notice is hereby given that, in com
for tbe winter.
Rnnifo No. 7 K
to phow that the Mf’"
dent of Grants Pat«, but now of Bak ber or spine than for agricultural pur-
claim to said land liefore J. O. Hama
more vHlnubh* for I tn limlier or
Mr. Vlnoon has soM hfs beef cat
of Jutm 3, 1878, entitled "An Drummond, Tenn.
“I used one for
er City, and her friend, Miss Angle poses, and to establish bin claim to said ker, U. 8. Commissioner, at Forest,I Congress
act for the sale of timber lands in tlm
tle to Mr. Mitchell. We didn’t learn
to ««Rid Innd before
County for It. at Klamath fa^J*
of Medford, who is visit sng Miss land before C. If. Witiirow, U. H. Com* .Oregon, on Tuesday, the 27th day of states of California, Oregon, Nevada and amall bottle of Chamberlaln'e Colic, I claim
I missioner, at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on October, 1902.
Friday, the Mh day of Hept rwbj
Jackson, liar I a very interesting ad Saturday, the 1 llh day of October, 1902.
They name as witnesses: Ix>u R.
nano-ARN wlfno-M««: KiiKrnf
Rev, HarMt of Klamath Falls Is venture with a bear in the moun He names as witnesses: Dan W. Ryan,' Hahli, of Salem, Oregon; Lynton E. to an the Public Lnml States by act was cured without having ii doctor. I flrrgon;
I H IfRlIrr, ol Hhakr
of August 4, 1892, James W. Pelton,
K<I* h I, of Oregon
vialtlng A. D, MarpoM and family tains near Austin, a few days ago. of Fort Klamath, Oregon; William T.! Athev, of Portland, Oregon; Alma of Fori Klamath, County of Klamath. I consider It tlic beat cholera medi Aahland,
I Inu advernelv the abovMte*f’’*ta,
Khive, of Fort Klamath, Oregon; Ixmis Rundle, of Postland, Oregon; Avalin State of Oregon, has this day tiloil cine In the world.”
There Is no i r« <iii< »i.'d to file ilielr elalrn* in" u
The young ladies in company with Hessig, of Fort Kinmath, Oregon;' Paton, of Portland, Oregon; James In this office his sworn statement No.
Tbe Bosame bridge fa impassable. Ray Jackson, Miss Roth’s brother" James M. Emery, of Fort Klamath, Bailey, of Shake, Oregon.
need of employing a doctor when I or lycfore -a d Nth K <lavof
I 938, for the pnreliase of the NW "f
M. BfUTTAW m *
The approaches have been torn away were out camping, and for amuse-
adversely the above-descrilied lands are ly the above-described hinds are re-i No, 7% E. W. M., ami will offer proof can prescribe a better medicine
8Dd teams are obbfed to go up the j ment they spent the time hunting requested to file their claims in tills quested to file their claims In this office to
A II kinds ot dry giiod»
show that the land »ought !■ mor« valu bowel complaint In any form either i ; celslor.
A loiul jmi in. ^1'
river and cron near L. D. Burke's and fishing. It is not asserted post- office on or liefore said lltii day of Octo on or liefore said 27th day of October,1 able for its timber or stone than for agri- for children or adult*. It
The commissioners should ’tivdy that when they started out it ber, 1902.
For mile by
E. M. R savt / ix , Register.
E. M. R hattain , Register.
claim to said land before J im . H. Uris and is pleasant yt take.
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