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WAMS TIMB» R PROTHCriON.
K lamath falls , or
AgerKlamath Falls Stage Line
To and from Ager Daily, via Klamath
Hot Springs, by Daylight.
Shortest and Best Route to R. R.
Best Time and Accommodations.
C. C. BROWER,
of I» E "th «(-. Portland, county ol
Multnomah, »late oi <»ivg«m
.Ute....... . N" 1.187, for H e
' ef th« s^'lj. seetb h <0, tuaiivl'lp ■>«
(Oregvn Tfmberiiian '
The coitiiiig ackslutivf th* I
(itzNERAt. f'ltACTlìtO:\t:R. r‘il'it’tin » will offer proof fo
j litre uf nreKvn shHlild devise fcnfi"
tl.at the lull’d ..... Uhl »“ ’••••'* valuat-le
i legislation calculated to mon' fully
Riparisi! afol nil water right*, wills loi its tiiulier or atone I han loi agin >d
protect timber of tlie state from aer-
turai purpose*, and to r.tal*ll*h their
inus con "a*n at ions.
A auggcatlon sud genersl probate bbaineM »|wciall,e*. claim
to »aid land Iwfore J. O. H«"1»
lias been made that a bill be framed
ker, I’. S. Uoinmissioiier. at rorv.t,
with a view of instituting a tire
< »tegoli, on Tuesday, tlie 27tli day of
patrol under the dlrectiun of lite
I October, RMÎ.
sheriff of each county, the tax to
They name a* wltnew*!
maintain the patrol to be levied by a
Hatch, ol Salem. Oregoni l.vnlon
Atliev, of I'ortlanil, Oregon; Al'na
special tax on each district where the
Rundle, of Portland, Oregon; A valut
patrol is desired.
The owners of
i'atoti, of Portland Oregon; Janie*
timber lands would generally be very
Do a General Land Locatici Busi* Railey. 01 Shake, Oregon.
willing to pay a tax of this liiiture.
Am and all persoti* claiming «.h.-r.s
If it were practicable to pass it bill neaa. purveying end Conveyancing Iv tlie nlsiie deaerila-d lami» aie 1«
restricting the (line for lawfully
; u'nesteil to tile their claim* in (iii* office
burning a --slasiilng" front the month Attended to. Office In City Hall.
on or before Mid 27th day of Uclober,
of October to the 1st of May. much
E. M. ll«irr»is, hcgi*ter.
' .lunger of destroying the green tim
ber would be averted.
While the Timber Land. Act June 3. 1S78—
farmer conies in fur a conaldcrable
Timber land. Act June J. I«?"
Nutice for Publication.
i share of criticism in causing confla-
Notice for Publication.
^rations, It is well to keep in mind
that many loggers ate almost crimi
i n ; i ED '1(11-1 ANDOFI li l' >
I. akkvizw . O hkuon , July 2i', I9U8.1
nally carvlefis iu their methods, and L akkvimw , O kkuox , Augnai 11», 1902. f
Notice I» hereby given that, in coni
many aertoua tires are attributable
Notice i* hereby given that, in com
to their direct negligence.
Tlie ti lance with the provi.iuii* of ilio a< t oi pliance with tin’ provision* of tin- act id
oi June 3, 1878, entitled "An ('ongrv*. ol June 3, 18,8. entitled * Zu
farmers In the burned sectlotlS of Ctongrviui
act for tlie «ale oi timber land» in tin- act tor the Mie <>( tiuila r land* in tlie
Oregon and Washington have prob state. of California, Oirgon, Nevati« and
ably in the aggregate been the Washington Teiritoiv," as extended to .tale« <d California, Gu-goii. Nevai’a and
Wasliingtoii Territory," aa i xtemled to!
heaviest losers by the recent confla all the Public Ialini Stales liv act oi nil
the Public Liml Slate* by act <d I
grations, hence their assistance in August 4, 1992. the following per», ns Aug-tst I. |8'»2. Albert Davi*. ol L-iil*
urging the legislature to pass reme-
toil, county >1 Ne« Peice«, »tale id Idaho,
dial tire legislation should be casi IV sworti statements, to-wit:
ha* thia d iv tilc-l in tin* office hi* »worn
I of Lewiston, county of N.-z Perce, state statement. No. lUt'a», lor th* purclia»« ol
U. S. Commissioner and er.d
KLAMATH FALLS PLANING MILLS,
J. F. GOELLFR, Proprietor.
Plans nnd Specificalionti Furnished on All Kindi di
Buildings and Contracting and Building
bn the Installment Plan,
Among th« Infinite variety
material ami work fornl.I.ad |,v
Store brouta. Wood Carving, Stair Itali«, ilalurler. ami Newel p, ... 11
• »■I N.-w. I |\-u> UrroHtf
Scroll and Turin-d Work. Hash. D.»r* ami Blind*. Corner an.l Haro |t|,.-kl'
and Turned Rabiater. Door and Window Fianre*. Pulpit* and |-«w F„t|,
Huil.l. r*' Hardware. Paint* an.l Oil. Moulding andGlaro. Elevatioh, .„j ju""
li e WL 8EG. E*. 8W\, of Section No.
31. ill rownalilp No, .19 S.. Kauge N<>. EmboMrd, Ground and Cut Glaa*. Wall Paper, Furniture, etc.
|le*t work and material, and in the late*! an.l muat approved .0 |M
|i E. W. M., and will offer pr<«4 to
»how that tlie land sought 1« mote vain
aide for it* timbvr or atone than for as
riciiltural puria».«-«, and to «»tabllsli lilaj
claim to »«id laml la-fore (
II. W ith
row, V. 8. l’oinmi**ioner, at Klamath
Fall*, Oregon, on Monday, the 13th dav ,
of Octolier, 1902.
lie name* a* wit
lie«»«-* : Jame*J. \\ hileo.iib, <>1 A»li|aml.’
Oregon; William Young, of Aahiaud.
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Oregon; l»e»toii High, ol Asliland. i
(»rvgon; Ela-n Mounce, of Ian» l»tnn,
hourtled by day,
Idaho. Any *uu all peraona claiming
adversely tlie above d.-m-rila-d land* are LslWB^y.
re.|iie*ted to file their claim* in thi* id
conveyed to nil
flee on or before sai I 13lli day of Octo
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
of Idaho, aworu statement No. 1221, lor
the purchase of tlie N
N" '4, \\
I NEL. section 31, township 3U S., range
Mothers regard approaching winter (JU.
with uneasiness, children take cold
Charles M. Willey,
No disease costs more of Clarkston, county of Asotin, state oi
little lives than croup.
It's attack Washington, »worn statement No. 1222.
is so sudden that the Sufferer Is often for tin- ptircliase of tlie S'. NM l4. W%
LEAVE KLAMATH FALLS 8 A. M.
beyond human aid before the doctor SW1., section 31, township 39 S-, range
Such cases yield readily to 6 E.
Office: Mammoth Stables, Largest and Most Centrally Located.
That they will offer pr.sd to show
One Minute Cough Cure.
the mucus, allays inflamation, re that lite land nought i* more va'unlde
for its tinitwr or stone than for agricul-
Absolutely safe. I tural
purfscses, and to establish their
Cures coughs, claim to said lami 1-etoreJ. O. llama-
colds, grip, bronchitis, all throat and ker, U, S. Commiasioner, at Forest,
F. S. McMahon, ! Oregon, on Saturday, the lfith day of
Hampton, (la.: "A luid cold render- November, 1902.
Thev name a* witneaaea:
ed me voiceless Just before an oratori
cal contest. I intended to withdraw 'Orcutt, of Lewiston, Idaho; Emma T.
but took One Minute Cough Cure. Gray, of Lewiston, Idaho; Charles M.
of Clarkston. Washington ; J J TIMBERLAND. ACT JUNE .1, lM7e,
It restated my voice in time to will Willey,
Whitcomb, of Ashland, Oregon; W il-
NOT ICE FOR PUBLICATION.
< ham Young, <d Ashland, Oregon.
The Wort» Torrn.
i’rrrrzn Sr » tb . I <sn Orrtca.
ly tlie aboie-<le».-rtla-d lami» are re- 1
Lakeview, Oregon, July 30, l-.a'J (
vtreated to file their claim* In tin* office
Multitudes are singing the praises on or before suid ifitli dav of November,
Notice is hereby given that in com
' ot Kodol, the new discovery which is 190S.
pliance with the provision* ot the act <4
' making so many sick people well and
Congrre* of June 3, i«7H, entitled "An
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
act lor the «ale of timber land« In the
weak people strong by digesting
R<-«ideme. one block north of Klamath
Hiuix- tllli.« one block eroi A. (),
■ what they eat, by cleansing and TIMBER LAND. ACT JUN E .3. 1*78 state* of California, Oregon, N-vada,
and Washington Territory," *• extend,
U. W. Building,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
sweetening the stomach and by trans-
«•d t<> all the Public l-and Stales by act
j forming their food into the kind of i
Telephon.-* : Otfice, Main 31; Kr«i.
delie», .Main Xi.
VxiTKD S tates I. vxii OrncitJ <>l August 4, IWJ. tl.e following persons
pure, rich, red blood that makes you ■
have tin* day hied m lius uttice their
L akhvikw , O kkoox , July 24, 19U2.»'
, feel good all over. Mrs. Crantill, of
«worn statements, to wit:
Notice is hereby given that in com
I Troy, I. T., writes: For a number
| of years I was troubled with indi
of Monmouth, county of I'.ok, .late of
gestion and dyspepsia which grew act for tlie sale of Umber lands in the Oregon, sworn statement No. 197»i, tor
Notice I or Pubikation.
I into the worst form. Finally I was state* of California, Oregon, Nevada, tl.e purchase of th« Lit 2, section I.
, induced to use Kodol and after using and Washington Territory," a« ex township 37, «., range V, E.
I four bottles I am entirely cured.
I tended to all tlie Public Lind Stales
Independence, county of I’olk, state
heartily recommend Kodol to all by act of A-igi;»t 4. IMS, 11 mas J. of
of Oregon, sworn statement No, 1077,
I sufferers from indigestion and dy»- Vaughn, of Fort Klamath, County oi for tl.e purchase of the I. >t 2, section 2,
BIO SALE OF TIHBER LAND.
(pepeia. Take a dose after meals. Klamath, State of Oregon, ha* this day township 3?, H„ R. u E.
filed in tilts office hi* sworn statement.
It digests what you eaL
No. 1942, for tlie ptircliase of the W>, of
of I ndependence, cuantv <>( Polk, state
NW'-4, of Section No. 29. in Townsliip oi Oregon, sworn statement No
Forty Years’ Torture.
D. C. Pelton, formerly of Cheboy-
No. ;.2 » , Range No. 7‘_. E. W. M..
PubH.hed.vcry Thursday by
('..iinlv Cl. rk. at Klamath Fall*, v
pin, Mich., and now of the firm of
for the pur. base of tl.e 8'» SEl <.
WC ¿.j. > j, 11,t. t. / » IW»2, vii:
To be relieved from a torturing
Pelton, Armstrong & Co. of this
tion I. NE‘t NE\, H-, lion 12, t>>«n-
Proprietor of Freiyht ftoyont.
land souglit is more valuable for its tim
l>ili|> N. lxM»lev,
city, has purchased three-fourths in disease after 40 year»' torture might ber or stone than for agricultural pur- sliin 37, S., range 9 E , and N\V>4 H. E 2I2S, l’ for
the lx>(* I. 4. fi an.l fl.
terest in the lumber and timber well cause the gratitude of anyone. I>o»e*, and to establish bl» claim to »aid NW i^, section 7, township 27, S., range «ec. 4, Tp. 34. M„ II. 7',. E. W . M
E dito ** amo PaopairroK*.
properties of John R. Cook, in Sis That is what IteWitt’s Witch Hazel and tiefore (' H. Withrow, U. 8. Coot- 10 E.
II« name, the foihiwing «line»«, to
Everythin* done with
Mary E. Macaulay,
kiyou county, Calif.
These consist ! Salve did for C. Haney. Geneva, O. inissioner. at Klumath Falls, Oregon, on of Independence,
»rater.« *»<1 iii*|«t< li
county of I'olk, state prove lil. conttnm»». rcaitlvnce npon
M*BM*XFT10N MAT» ;
of a large sawmill, box factory and i He say»: "DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Saturday, the lltii day of October, 1902. of Oregon, ewo n statement No. ltrs), an<l cultivation of Miti lami, viz: T. A
12 00 planing mill at Klamathon,
Owe year (la advance^........................
Calif., Salve cured me of pile» after I had He names as witness.-«: Ihin W. Ryan, for the purchase of tin- 8W '4, .<« tion I, Ctiiberiatn. t>| » ort Klamath. ( »rru<>n ;
C I». ('rt.l.-r, of Fort K lamath. <>t«g,m ,
22,000 acres of standing sugar and suffered 40 years. ” Cure* cut», burns, of Fort Klamath. Oregon; WUliam T town.liip 37, K., rany. 9 E.
John Gray, of Foil Klamath, Oregon f
OCTOBER 2. 1902 yellow pine timber in Siskiyou coun wound*, skin diseases. Beware of Slnve, of Fort Klamath, Oregon ; Lmis
Georg« E. Macaulav,
llessig, of Fort Klainath, Oregon; of Ii><l<-|H-n-l<.|i<e, county of Folk, state J.N. Kirkpatrick, of Furl Klamath,
ty, Calif., and Jackson and Klamath counterfeits.
James M. Emery, of Fort Klamath,
of Oregon, »worn etau-inrnt N • tiro I. ' • »regon.
Oregon. Any ami all person* claiming
E. M. itsirrcis. Rev‘«ter.
Prosperity In Kansas Is an assur counties. Oregon, and a logging rail
Do Good—It Pays.
lor tin- purclia ,- of th« SE»*, *c. lion 2,
way. The amount of timber pur-
adversely the at>ove-de*-ril>ed lands ate
township 37, 8., range V E.
ance that that hitherto calamity chased is estimated at about 800.-
requested to file their claim* in thi*
A Chicago man has yljscrved that, ’ 1 office
That they will offer proof to slim» TIMBERLAND. V T JI NE». I«7«, Cleanliness and Good Work
commonwealth will join the other 000.000 feet, and is all tributary to
on or before raid lltii day of Octo
NOTICE Foil !•(iil.IC.VUo.N.
that tlie land nought i* more valuable
states of the Middle West next the Klamath river, one of the best estate deeds—some of the latter are ber, 1(02.
for its limber or stone titan for agricul-
E. M. B hatt mm , Register.
T’xrrzn « tati .» L<«n •>»«»«.
tural pnrp-.». », un<l to e«ul>li»li their
month In rolling up big republican
worthless. Act kindly and gently,
4/ro Aycnt for LON DOH ANO
laikevlew, Oregon, August 10, ll*>2.
show sympathy and lend a helping Timber Ijind, Act June 3, 1878 — claim to *aij lan-l fofore J, O. llama-
kt-r, U. 8. Comrni»ioner, at Forest,
Mr. Pelton says he pttrenrred the hand. You cannot possibly lose by
Notice for Publication,
Notice 1» hereliy given that in coin- LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
Oregon, on Saturdav, the 18th day oi 1 tdiance with 1 lie provision* oi tire act ol
Senatorial bees are busily buzzing interest on a basis of »500,000, which it,” Most men appreciate a kind
UNITED BTATE8 LAND OFFICE.» October, 1902.
I'ritigrv** ol Juno 3, 187«. entitled "Ail
makes this one of the largest timber word and encouragement more than
Tliev name a* witoc«><-»: George E. act tor tin* »aleof tiiulier land« in the
tn the bonnets of several Oregon transactions that have occurred for >
DAKIHII «5 01 KI BliKAti
i L akkvuw , Oitaoox, August 1(>, 1902.»
Macaulay, of It. 1. j eoden.-r, Oregon , »tales ol I alii'Utna, Oregon, N' ta la
statesmen who will rise for the con some time. A new company will be sutistantial help. There are persons
Notice i* hereby given that, in com
Carey Tilbury, of Indettcn lente, Ore »nd Wn«liinaluii Territory
I In this community who might truth
.1» 1 zti-iul-
Meet on the fi.sl .»nd third Thu»*
sideration of the coming legislature. formed at once, and T. V. Ward, an fully say: "My good friend, cheer pliance with the provision* of tlie act of gon; Henry Blumberg, of ln<letten<ieuc«, 1 d to all 11 I' ,1 1.lie Lund 1 9 e- I •,
Congress of June 3 187«, entitled ‘-An
a of every inolt'll.
(»r.-g.m; Eugene It. Henry, of Klatuath act
We presume a number of dark horses
August 4. |8.»2. (Tiarirv G. (In-lit!.
up. A few doses of Chamberlain’s
twelfth share in the concern and be (>iugh Remedy will rid you of your act for the »ale of tiiulier land» in the Fnll*, Oregon; W. F. Arant, of Klamath '•t la-wialiiti, county of Nez Perce stale of iH.lly Cei ling*. N. G.; Hain» Bairn.
state* of California. Oregon, Nevatla
are also grooming for the contest, come manager of the manufacturing
Washington Territory,” as ex- »all*. Oregon ; lo-orge i’otra». ol Airlie, Idalio, lias this day file.! in this office V. (».} A?»<-c Goeller, bee.; I. M.
hoping that a deadlock will turn sen interests of the company. These are cold, and there is nodanger whatever | I ami
Oregon; Edwaiti t’atia», of Airiie, Ore hi* Mwortl ntatenient No. 1230. for Ibe Itatrniond. Financial bee.; lb-tiecca
, from pneumonia when yon use that tended to all the Pul-lic L iik I State» gon.
situated at Klainathon, and have medicine. It always cures. I know by act of Augu»t 4, 1892, the following
purchase of tlie 8W '4 of Section No. 4,
atorial lightning their way.
Any an«l all per*»»» claiming adverse in fowii.lnp Nn. 39 8 , Range N >. 8 Fountain, Treasurer.
been operated under a lease by other , it for it has helped me out many * peraonx have this day bled in tl.i» office
ly the a-a/ye-iit-M-rilasI land* are re- E. W. M . and Will offer pna.f to *liow t hat
their sworn statements, to-w it:
We suppose for every fool that dies parties for some time, but will now
qm-etwl to file their claims in this ofllt-e tlie land »ought l* more viiluuLlu for
j time.” Sold by Chitwood &. Co.
Edwin K. Crocker,
one is bom, and so there is no danger be controlled directly by the owners.
of 394»1, Morrison Nt., Portland, county on or before Mid 18lh day of Octolwr . it* limla-r or »tunc than for agricultural
Klamathon is on the Klamath
He Learned a Great Truth.
that the supply and variety of fools
puri«,».-«, «nd to eslal'lish I'i" claim t<>
of Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn
river, at the crossing of the Southern
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
! staten,.-r.t No. 12iS, for t he pu ol> i.e ■ f
•aid land lipforr J. '». Hatuakrr, U. 8.
wUl soon become exhausted.
Thus, Pacific Company, about two miles
It in said of John Wesley tliat he the NE1., section 8, townsliip
Commissioner, at Fnrr«l, Oregon, on
town »Lip 88
misery being a lover of company, we from Hornbrook, a division point of once said to Mistress Wesley: “Why , range 6 E. _
TIMBER LAND, ACT JI NE3. |«7«.—
who exhibit the weakness of a fool the railroad, and is thus provided do you tell that child the same thing
1902. He nain.-ans a itnc*-••* t ( hatli-s
Cora L. Faulkner,
notice for it plication .
Notary Public and Conveyancer/
M. Willey, of Is-wiatoii, Idalio; Lillian
of one species or another, are always with ample transportation facilities. over and over again?” "John W es of 5.33 Morrison St., Portland, county of
KLAMATH FALLS, OKE.
sure of congenial association and Much of the new company's timber ley, because one telling is not Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn
I NiTED STATES LAND OFFICE, i Orcutt, of Is-wiHton, Idaho; William
in Oregon lies In districts which have enough.” It is for this reason that statement No. 1219, for the purchase of
L akzvikw , O kkoon , ifopt. II, 1902. ( 1 Young, of Asliland, Oirgon; Junies J.
scarcely as yet been tapped by the you are tald again and again that the NWsection 8, township 38 S., i Notice i* hereby given that in com Wliitcouib, rif Ashland. Oregon. Any
|«-rson* claiming adversely
Both President Roosevelt and the lumber men, but may easily be con Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures range (i E.
Jil «m e w ith tin- provivii'ii* of tile act of I tlie alsivr di-M-rila-d lamia are re<|iu-»t.-d
Annie E. Crocker,
public were greatly disappointed by veyed across the divide by the log colds and grip; that It counteracts of 533 Morrison St., Portland, county of < ongreaaof June 3. 1878. entitled "An to tile liieir claim* in this office on nr
the sudden termination of the chief ging road, and thus floated down the any tendency of these diseases to Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn act tor the rule of timla-r liin.l» in tin- before »aid lfith dav ol Novrinl-er, 1902
Oregon, Nevada, I
river to the Klamathon mill.
result in pneumonia, and that it is statement No. 1220, for tlie pnrcliaae of
E. M BMA'rrAi«, Register.
executive’s tour of the Middle West.
Mr. Pelton has been engaged in pleasant and safe to take.
For sale the SWJi, section 8, township 3« S., flml W aalimgtoii Territory,” a» ex-
1 tended to all tl.e Pul.li, Land Stat,-, by
An abscess in bis knee, resulting from the lumber business for many years, by Chitwood & Co.
range tt E.
THEAK(J K EK ’H NUTI(’E.
the accident at Pittsfield, Mass., and comes from Michigan, where he
That they will offer proof to show act of Angiiat 4, 1892, Lillian Hall, ¿if
D-wj.lon, county ol Nez Perce, alate
necessitated an operation at India still retains an Interest as a member
While cpenfng a b<ix, J. C. Mount, that the land sought is more valuable o Idaho, ha* tide day tiled in thia
Notice 1« li.-rciiy given timt liiere nre
napolis, and compelled the president of the firm of Pelton, Reid & Co. of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten for its timlier or stone than for agricul ollicc her «Worn »tatenii-nl No J'qg f„r fonti» in tli« County Treasury for the
to return to Washington. President Timber lands in the ncighborlitKxi of i 1 penny nail through the fleshy part tural purposes, and to i-»ta»-lisli their the purchnae
t|,e NW^. ,,f He,.'tion retl.-tnption i,t tim following lo'inty War
to said land liefore J. O. Haina-
Iloosevelt expresses his determina Cathlamet and Rainier have occupied I ■ of his hand. “I thought at once of claim
R«uge rants |>rot<‘«le>l 011 ntid priot io Nov. 22, Tills PD-ptmtlon rontaiM»»^of
ker, U. H. Commissioner, at Forest,
tion to take a trip next spring an d his attention for some years, but he all the pain anil soreness this would Oregon, on Saturday, the 15th day of • o. E. U . .. ......... „I a ill ,,ffc.r
Interet on satno will mw
dig' stall ’* ami
r„n.r Ind nevar
to ahow that the land »ought i* mon- from this dut« ;
Noa. 8096, 8191,8150, food. H «Des insta Ml»ll
extend it to the Pacific Coast.
has made a peisonal study of the cause me,” be says, "and immediate Nevember, H»02.
Cook property, and deems it a splen ly applied Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
Thev name as witnesses:
J. H. Bai- ■
agricultural purpurea, and to <-*iali. «23«, 8185, 8M»|, «417«. 8(127, 8291, 8409, the food you want. I .nnny
Morgan has issued en edict did Investment.
He was an empoye ’ and <*:casionally afterwards. To my ley, of Shake, Oregon ; Eugene Sp<-n>:er, for
"•h her ‘hum to mid land i»fortl (!.
«07». 849H, M.T71», 832 », «080. 8*182. ntoDMCh" can take It By
surprise it removed all pain anti sore of Keno Oregon; Edwin S. Crocker, of •1 ' l.'i'Tt'-*il’ * ‘ **' ‘'"’’»"»¡«►¡oner, nt • 830(1,
that President Roosevelt shall not of Mr. Cook in Michigan years ago.
KKÍM, 8589, 8471. 8.|I18, 808. i, 84913, 8008, thouMiida <>f dv-P*'l^ * ' aped. It
Portland, Oregon } Cora L. Faulkner, of
on Wedm-adav, 8.388, 8488, 84184, 8781, 8009, 8301, 83 10,
be re-nominated, but If he is, that
'J ^on .ch troubl*
Gained Forty Pound* in Thirty Day*. healed.” For sale by Chitwood & Portland, Oregon; Annie E. Crocker, tlx. 1/tli day ot l»ccenilH'r, >1*12 «|.o ««45.
M7IM, HflU 8104, 828f> 8300, 8823, ih linequidkd for
of Portland, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming ad
■ominated by the democrats and
For several months our younger
versely Die above-descrilied lands are
Morgan's money may make brother had been troubled with Indi
requeateil to tile their claims in this uitt, <»i Ix’wiRtoii, Idaho; Al)** t bavi« 8837, M05. HTHlfi, 8«02, HOC», Mil, «302,
but do yoa
<>i I>;wiBt >n Idaho; F<*tvr J> Hall of 8.5(13, «321, 8.G3, «327, 8214, 8040, 85/7,
him feel like a czar, and enable him gestion. He tried several remedies
office on or tiefort said 15th day of No 14‘uiMton, Idaho. Any nod m H .J.rL .
to dictate commercial enterprises,
chiiminK Adversely the ai,ove dXrilied 8402.
E. M. B rattaim , Register.
but he win find be canwot arrogate to purchased some of Chamberlain's
am » nre re.pl(.«ted to file llu-ir claim* I
itateli at Klainntli Fulls, Oregon, tills
himself power to name the chief Stomach and Liver Tsblete and he
¡TIMBERLAND, ACTJUNE3, 1878, 11 th 1* office on or Indore *Bld 17th day i 22n«l tiny of May, HJ02.
Notice For Public*!»«"-
executive of the nation.
President commenced taking them.
of Dvcember, 1902
Jh.pnrtmcnt of th" Int'.r'lnn)
H. II. V ax Vatrnwarsri,
Roosevelt is too strongly intrenched
E. M. BRATTAIN, RegiHtPr.
in the hearts of the people to be over , pounds in flesh. He is now fully re-
U nitku H tatkh L amo Omen. )
ma, (Logging Camp,) Keno, to
turned by Morgan or any combina 1 covered. We heve a good trade on
the Tablets.—H olley B ros ., Mer
tion of money kings.
. I »eilfor ha
Notice i* hereby given that in corn-
Notice for Publication.
chants, Long Branch, Mo. For sale
Department <>f the Interior, ) hi» intention to make li
It I k the direct line from Ashland iiliance with tiie provi»ion* of tlie act of
Comparative tables of receipts of by Chitwood & Co.
Lund Office at Lakeview, Oregon. • port „( Mirfclm. nn<l ,lu '
lorigre** of June 3, 187«, entitled "An
pMtoflfcei of the presidential class in
UNITED STATES LAND Opp-rrv .
August 28, 1002. i Lili »«• made before!
let for the »ale of timber land* in the:
Buckingham and Hecht Warenton
L a «... vie 1», 01IE(il)Xi St.p )H ¡¿j
ath Falls, Merrill, Bonanza, Biy i »tale*
fregvtr and Washington, published
Notice la hereby given tliat lire fol- County Ch-rk "» h
of California, Oregon, Nevada, !
and Lakeview, and also Indian and Washington Territory,” n* ex-1 notice I m hereby Riven tl»nt t.»
lowing named eeltier baa filed notice of gon, on tX-lober 4, 19(12. V>«.
fn the Oregonian, show that the lat boots, shoes and felts, at Excelsior,
Agency and Ft. Klamath.
temled to all tlie Public Laml Strife* iiy pliance with the provi.iona of the «et'of tier intention to make final proof in sup
has made the greater strides Dairy, Oregon.
port of bur els Im, ami that said proof H. E. N<>. 247”, for ‘he
act of Augm>t4, 1892, tlie following per- ■ < ongren* of June 3, 187«,
wth during the last year.
will,be made before J. O. Ilamaker, U.
A full line of Buckingham and Leave Klamath Falls dally at 0 non* have thia day filetl in this office
laTgely to better
of California. <roi n N«v" " ""i N. ('ommiasiom-r, at Bonanza, Oregon, the following *
’ .„'l colti«'
I their aworn atatemento, to-wit:
more complete Hecht boots and shoes-men’s and i a. m. and arrives by 7 p. m.
t"'1 on October II, HN»2. viz:
eontinuoiiR re»M*rice up . flie, fubi»,
Dm 11. Hatch,
tion of Mill land, vtz- • pervio, "*
of Salem, county of Marion, state of, nil the Pul,He f.«r,d Stat." |,v ¿'’t“
urage the celslor, Dairy, Oi,
Oregon, aworn atateinent No. 1,186, g'lRt 4, IKH2, Shiv VU« <7 \ f.Au' widow of Josiah It. Faith, deceased. H. of Merrill, Oregon ; Jo*"!’h ^k,n oi
for the purchase of the F
SW,1^, aeclion (4, Yreka, county of Hmkiymi Mat™ '4 - ii* E. No. 11112, for the W% of E‘i, Merrill, Oregon, «»"G
Rubber bools with leather soles
fornia, hit thi» day fi|,.,| 'tn
’’ «ee. 8, Tp. 38, «., R H E. W. M. Hhe Klamath Fall«, V’iT" (»regn’1 •
to vnahifi 3« 8., range
ge fl E.
« Excelsior, Dairy, Or.
I.ynUm E. Athey,
name« tlie following witnesses to prove gulre, <d «‘’¿"“'¿tïrTÀlN. K«tff*“f'
of 75.3 E. Ankeny St., Portland, county mirchnac of the SWU of Se/ii,, v’’ 1',*’ her continuoup residence upon and cul
2“' tivation of .aid land, viz: George Hit«
of Mttltnomnh, state of Oregon, sworn in Townahip No m «
money by making your home-'
I [ statement No, 1.1841, for the purchase of e . w m ., h % i wiiiV’
iznber and other tilings with
Smythe, of Bonanza, Oregon} John
C. E. DITTO, I I the 8E(i, section 0, township 38 8.,
3»w, U. 8. Commissioner, w. M. COCKEREL^
I : range <1 E.
D’gue, of Bonanza, Oregon; Nyron H.
I Ils Oregon
Drew, of Dairy, Oregon.
E. M. BRATTA IN. Refflslfr.
PASSENGER. EXPRESS AND FAST FREIGHT LINE
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
Travelers conveyed to all points at reasonable rates. Best
care given to stock.
R. W. MARPLE, Proprietor.
parts of Southern Orb«m
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
SADDLE AND HARNESS
Shop in Eastern Oregon.
C. C. MALTBY & SON, Props
The Maltby Saddle is Known
and Recognized as the Best on
the Harket. C. C. Haltby has had
41 years’ experience in saddlery in stock countries.
j. n. nooRE,
Complete Line of Harness and Riding Material
J. B. MOORE,
W. HUSE <Jr SON,
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
J W. SIEMENS, M.
C. II. WITHROW,
STATE LAND BOARih
Ashland and Klamath Falls
Good Stock and Equip
Careful Attention Given