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E R. REAMES,
For telltible inform.itIon et-ncern-
Ing nubile kinds go to J. \V. llama-
kat; got the lH-in-dl of lliitly years
tier, ot Albanv. Oieg.m ; I
The grading of the Klamath Lake
Albauv. Oregon;.), E
of olvte, Oregon Any and «I pc - *
rallrivatl Ii;tx been completed out 18
claimtng adversely the iiliove do-ril-e«l
tulles from Lairds to a point on Lhe
]X*partment of the Interior,) lands are reqm-sti-d to til«- then chum»
■unnnit, that is, on the Cascade plat
United Stales l and Office,^ in this office on or Indore said »’111 day
eau and beyond all the heavy grades. Lakeview, Oregon, December 9, 1002.' of April, 1908.
E. M. BwArrAtK. Register.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
It Is just in the edge of the timber
la-‘eu tiled in thia office by Francis .1.
belt. The cars are now running Ho«ne. contestant, against homestead
from Lairds to Fall Creek, a distance entrv No. 2.U>3, made November 24, ItH*’.
of 12 miles. Work Is being pushed for half SE quarter. SE quarter SW
quarter See. 8, and NE .fmirter NM
L aksvikw . OaxooN, N ov . I, IW--I
on two trestles, one of 800 feet over I quarter. Set-. 17, To« us hi n .-OS., Lange 11
Notice 1« hereby given tluit »»» •
Fall Creek and another of 250 feet E. bv Walter Bloomingdale, eontestee, nil,line
with the pun i«iolis of the in t o
I in which it is alleged that said W alter
over an adjoining gulch.
I Bloomingdale has wholly abandoned I emigre»» of June 3. 1878, entitled
As soon as these are finished the I said tract; that lie lias changed In« resi act for the «ale of timber land« in the
HUtea of California. Oiegou, Neia.la,
construction force will resume laying dence therefrom for more than six and Washington Tei'itorv,
months since making sai-l entry; that
rails and expect to be able to run the I Ids absence from said tract wa* not due tended to all the Public I .mid . tali «
cars to the 18 mile point l»y February to his employment in the military or I [l.v aet of August I. 181'2.
shoemaker, of Minneapolis. 31.5» Hal
1st. It is expected that the entire I naval service ot the '.'uit-sl States; that riett Ave., enmity of Hennepin,
I said tract is not settled upon ami eulti-
road will be completed to I’okegama ' vate<i by said party as required by law ; Minnesota, has this day ! '<d in till«
within three months which is distant j I that there is no house or other Imibb office Ilia «worn statement,>•’<»•,
ings of any nature or kind upon said for the purchase of the S Indi ' " ‘l"al
from Lairds about 28 miles.
ter, Sec. 19. E half NW quarter, of see
| tract; that no |>art of said tract has
The construction crews number In I i been cultivated, or oilier improvement tion No. 30. tn Township No.
Range No. 7\ E M. M„ and «ill oiler
all over 600 men and more men are made of any value uis-n said tract: that proof to »how that the Innd »ought 1«
being added to the force daily. : said entrvman has wholly faile-i to es more valuable (or it« timber or «tone
tablish a residence upon said tract;
These laborers are chiefly Greeks. 1 said parties are hereby uotitie>i to an- than for agricultural puriM-ea. mid to
Among the infinite variety of material ami work furnlshwd by thia riil^j
his claim to said land beloie
n-spond ami offer evidence tom .»■ establish
Italians, Turks, Hungarians, Chinese
IL Withrow, I’. S. t’omnii- loner, at Store 1 roots. Wood Carving, Htsir Raila. Baluster« »nil Newel I’o.ts, 1'',.^®
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Friday, the Scroll and Turned Work, Sash. Dmira »ml Blinds, Corner »ml llaae Blocks, |J■
and a few Mexicans.
on March 7. 1903, la-fore J. O. Hitma
Tlie bridge crew is unique in its ker, lT. S. Commissioner, at llonanra. 27lli dav of March. 1903. lie name« as and Turniil Balmier». Door and Wlndoy Frame», I’ulpita ami P*w Knda, Hti^'
Climb - Martin, of lort
aristocratic exclusiveness as being j Oregon, and tluit tinal bearing will be Kla.nath, Oregon; Samuel Mam. of Builder»' Hardware, Paint» and Oil, Moulding and(ilaaa. Elevation» »nd I'wr J
! Iield at 10 o’clock a. m. on March 12, lort Klamath. Oregon: Albeit Martin,
all white men and numbering about 1 P.tv3. before the Register and Receiver
Emliossed. Ground and Cut Glass, M all Pajier, Furniture, etc., etc.
of Fort Khimulh, Oiegou: Nelson II-,
I at the Uniteil States I.and Office in eondi.
Beat work nml material, »nd in the latest and moat approved atylea.
of Fort Klamath, Oregon. Any
The Chinese are paid 81.35 per day, I.nki view. t >regon.
That said contestant having, in a al>ove-de»eril*ed lands lire ie<|ne«ted to
Italians and white nun S2 and the i proper affidavit, filed Oetola-r
tile their claims in this office on or
Greeks and other aliens named, $1.60 1902, set forth facts which sliow that la-fore
said 27th dav of March, 1903.
$18 : tliis notice can not la- made, it is liere ,
K. M. B kvtt -is, Register.
per month for board, l’ay day comes I bv ordered and directed that sncli notice |
be given by due mid proper publication
on the 25th of each month.
E. M B hattain , Register. I
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The road is standard guage and
Notice is hereby given, that the un
551b. stee) rails are used.
Timber Land. Act June 3. 1878—
Horse» boarded by day, week or u. m
Court of Klamath County Oiegou, dlllv |
Notice for Publication.
MARRIED: Mr. Geo. Noble and
npiM>inted administrator of the estate of LIVCT j •
Hay and Grain bought and Hold.
John Henry Moore, deceased. All |«i
Miss Nova Casey were married today
PitHHengorst convoyed to nil pit its of Southern Ort-j |
UN ITED STATES LAND OFFICE. sons having claims against said estate
by Rev. F. Farrar.
A t L akeview , O re ., November 22, 1902. I are required to present them, with th»* ami Northern California at the very lowest rates.
Fine Trimmed Ilats for Sale at Cost.
Notice is hereby given that, in com proper vouchers, within six months
Lost or stolen, a dark bay gelding,
from (lie date hereof, to the under
ment of New Goods arriving.
about 4 years old, w hite star in fore pliance witli tlie provisions of the act of signed administrator, al I’okegiima,
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
head, branded T. O.
L-ft hip, ) aet for the sale of timber lands in tlie Oregon.
weight about 1050 pounds. l-ast seen states of California, Oregon, Nevada and i hated at I’okegama, Oregon, Decern
in the possession of John Bateman, on in Washington Territory," as extended her 11, 1902.
I sa ac C. M oor «.
the Gen’l Miller ranch. I will pay a I to all tlie Public Land States by aet of I Administrator o* the Estate of John
August 4, 1892, tlie following persons )
liberal reward for the return of the | have this day filed in tliis office their) Henry Moore, deceased.
horse, or $200 for evidence sufficient to i sworn statements, to-wit:
Notice is hereby given that their are
J. C. WHIPP.
F. la. WRIGHT.
Physician und Surgeon.
Everett L. Peck,
I TIM BEK LA NI». At T JUNE 3. 1878 fund« m the County Treasury lor the
convict the thief.
Klamath Falls, Or., January 5, 1903. of 515 Clay St., Portland, county of j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, I redemption of tjie following count v war Residence, one block north of Klam,
I Multnomah, state of Oregon, »worn
rants protested on mol prloi to March
House. Office one block east A ?
J ames T obin . I statement No. ltX»4, for the pureiiase of j
Interest on same » ill reuse
U nited S t ate » I. and O ffice ,)
I . w. Building.
Noa 8828 8717 8861. Telephone»: Office, Main 31; K*
Lakeview, Oregon, Octobei 8. |9i)2.| from this date:
Mrs. Johanna Soderbolm, of Fergus)
13E.. W. M.
Notice i« hereby given tluit in com
deuce, Main 33.
Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated her1
Milton J. Jones,
plianco w itli the provision»of tlie net ot SH15, 8364, 8843. 87A5, 8872, 8M8,
shoulder. She had a surgeon get it of Portland, county of Multnomah, Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An *911, HM I.'I, Willi, H M.>, 8841, »750.
of Oregon, sworn statement No. Aet for the «ale of timber land ill the 61411, K836, HIMI5, 8763, 87IM, HIM«,
back is place as soon as possible, but state
1605, for tiie purchase of tlie SEquarter, state« of California, Oregon. Nevada, 8710, H'.iai, *799, 7593. MH5, 8728,
Marble, Granite, Iron Fencing and General Contracting it was quite sore and pained her Sec. 30, T. 37 S„ R. 13 E. M'. M.
hated nt Klamath Falls, Oregon, tins
and Washington Territory” as extend
in Stone Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Benjamin F. Jones,
A T TORVE Y-A T-LA W,
very much. Her son mentioned that
ed to all the Public Lan l States liy aet 4th day of Deeemla-r, 1is)2.
of 174 Third St., Portland, county of
II. II. V an VatlKNRVBa,
he had seen Chamberlain's Pain Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn of August 4, 1892, tlie following persons
t • t. -r, J ■
P. O. box 65.
Reference by |>ermiMion :
iinve tliis day filed fn tliis office their 1
Balm advertised for sprains and sore statement No. 1606, for the purchase of sworn statements, to-w it:
Umber l and. Act June j 1878
Mary C. Adams,
ness. and she ¡isked him to buy her a the S half S\V quarter, See. 30. and N
Hunk of Astoria, Oregon.
I half NW quarter, Sec. 31, T. 37 S., R. of Albany, county of l.it.n state of Ore
Notice for Publication.
i >|i|MM<it« Conn
House, K laius.
bottle of it, which he did. It quick 13 E., W. M.
gon, sworn statement No. 1133, (or tlie
Falla, Or. Pbone, Mam 104.
Report of town recorder, rendered ly relieved her and enabled her to
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE I
purchase of tlie NM'1. section 20, town
Montavilla, county <4 Multnomah, ship 87, S-. range bi E.
I.IK h VIKW, O hi . goi , I Il hltsT .III, l'«>2.l
sleep which she had not done for sev I of
January 1, 1903:
DRAKE A WALUNO.
state of Oregon, sworn statement No.
Published every Thursday by
D. I ittler,
Notice is hereby given that, in com
eral days. The son was so much | 1607, for the purchase of tlie SE quarter, of Albany, William
Outstanding warrants, Jan.
county of I,inn, state of Ore • pliance with the provisions <4 the act of Attorney» and Counselor» at I-a* J
1, 1902.................................. $5574
74 pleased with the relief it gave his 'Sec. 31, T. 37 S.. R. 13. E. W. M.
gon, sworn statement No, 1431, for tin- Congress of June 3, IS78, entitled “An
Christian L. Ixmg,
50 00 mother that he has since recommend
purchase of the.SM'1^, section 2t), town- I net for the sale of timlier lands in the
Practice in State and Federal Cour
E ditors and P roprietors .
Marshal’s salary and fees.... 582 10
ship 37, 8., range 13 E.
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
and U. 8. land Office.
Recoider’s salary and fees... 151 66
Cyrus D. Fowle,
) statement No. 1608, for tlie purchase of Portland, county of Multnomah, state
Chitwood & Co.
nf the S half NM’ quarter and N half of Oregon, sworn stati-im-nt N" 14 !•>, for
•Camalli I alls, Oregon.
6«« yssr (in advance).......................
TOWN TREASURER'S NOTICE. 1 SW quarter, Sec. 32. T. 37 S., R. 13 E., I the purchase of the NW1« NM’^, see act <4 August 4, 1892, Joseph 8, Fuller, 1
Am’t paid for lights............. 634 47
i turn 2». N1.. NE1,. NE1« NM1«. sec- Oregon, lias tins day tiled in this offiav
Am’t paid for printing..........
That they will offer proof to show 1 tion 30, township 37, S., range 13 E.
Notice is hereby given that there
T hursday . J anuary 8, 1903 A
his sworn stiiti nient, No. 15'»». lortlis
’mt paid for drawing ordi
are funds in the town treasury for that tlie land Fought is more valuable
Frank E. Adams,
10 00 the redemption of the following war ' for its timlier or stone than for agricul- i of Alb ny. county of Linn, state of Ore- purchase <4 the lad 3, of Section No. 2. 1
in Township No. 38 S., Range No. II E. !
The Pacific cable has been complet Work on street..................... 103 75 rants, interest on same to cease from . tural purposes ar.d to establish their I gon, «worn statement No. 14 9-, for the M M.. and will offer proof to show that
| claim to said land before J. M'. Ilaina- purchase o( the w 1 j w1, \
ed to Honolulu and by next July will
January 1. 19i>3: Nos. ^*9, NO, B91, ) kar, U. S. Commissioner, at Forest.
the hind sought is more valuable for
nurses, health officer's fees 471 10
section 30, township 37. 8., range 13, E. its timbei or atone than for agricultu
be finished to Manila. This is an im Mdse for town sprinkler.... 102 98 892, 893, 894, 895, 896, 897, 898, 899. I Oregon, on Tuesday, tlie 21st day of
Notary Public and Convcyaacar.
ral puriHisea, and tn establish bis rlaim
portant and valuable enterprise on Lumber for sidewalks.......... 225 0« 900, 901. s.76. <ii)2. 903, 904, 905, 906. ) April, 1903.
i that tlie land sought is more valuable
KLAMATH FALLS, ORt.
They name a« witnesses: Everett I.. ' for its timber or atom- than for agricul to «ani land liefore J. O. Ilamaker, U.
907, 908. 909, 910, 911, 912, 913, 914,
Wood for town hall............
4 00 915, 916, 917, 918.
the part of the United States.
Peck, of Portland, Oregon; Milton J. tural pnr|Hiaes, mid to establish their) 8. Commissioner, at Bonanza. Oregon,
on Fiiday, the 27th day of March. 19<>3. (
Deputy marshal, Oct. 16-19.
DAUCitiri 1RS OI RI.BLKAH
J. W. S iemens . | Jones, of Portland, Oregon; Benjamin claim to said land before J. M'. Ilama- He names as w llnvasva : J. D. Hama
! F. Jones, of Portland, Oregon; Ciiris- ker, U. 8. Commissioner, at Forest.
The New Year'» Oregonian was a Judges of election.................
. ker, of Bonanza, Oregon; J. p. Becli i
j tian L. Long, of Portland, Oregon; Etta
Meet on I lie first and third Thur*
Oregon, on Thursday, tlie 22nd day of doldt, of Bonanza, Oregon ; J. 1». Edler.
big edition, replete with information
Jones, of Montavilla, Oregon.
<4 Bonanza, Oregon; J. Murdoch, of days of every month.
concerning the resources, develop
Total $7987 01
They name as witnesses: Mary C Bonanza. Oregon. Any and all |>erenna
ment and prospects of the state, and
quested to file their claims in this office , Adams, of Albany, Oregon; F. E. elaiming adversely the almvo-dcwcrihed V. G.; Alice Goeller, Nev.; F. M.
J. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
containing a generous lot of interest Redeemed warrants during
on or before said 21st dav of April 1903.1
Fowle, of Portland, Oregon; William in this office on or la-lore said 27th day Hammond, Financial Sec.: He beer a
1902 ..................................... 2369 14
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
ing and attractive Illustrations. The
D. Littler, of Albany, Oregon; F. L. ot March, 1903.
Cleanliness and Good Work
Lash, of Portland, Oregon.
Oregonian is easily the best paper in Outstanding warrants, Jan.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
Any and all peraons claiming adverse
Timber land, Act .lune j, 1878
the West. Comparison is necessary
ly tlie above-described lands are re
Notice For DublkatIon-
Notice for Publication.
to impress that fact. Hence, people Cash in hands of treasurer.. 878 90
quested to file their claims in tliis office
Also Agent for LONDON AND
Department of the Interior, )
or lieforc said 22nd day of Januarv,
should not only take that paper, but
Land Office at Lakeview Oregon, -
UNITED STATE» LAND OFF1CRJ
UNITED STATES I.AND OFFICE, on
Total indebtedness $4738 97 LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
iH-ceiulier 23, IWI2 ) L akfvikw , O kb . om , October 2» 190? I
to fully appreciate its comprehensive Cash in hands of treasurer,
L akeview , O hkgo . x , Noveiulier 18, 1902.
E M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Notice is hereby giicri that the lol-
Notice is hereby given that, in rest-
scope and superior ability ought to be
Notice is hereby given that, in com
Jan. 1, 1902........................ $ 455 83
lowing-named settler ha« filed notice of pliance with tbe pr-oiMnns <4 (he art-4
the recipients of one or two other Received for liquor license.. 2000 M
his intention to make final proof in sup Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
act of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
daily publications—not to peruse, Received for show license....
port of his claim, and that said pr<s4 ' act for the sale of timber lamia in tlx-
act for tin- sale of timber lands in tIn
will he made in-lore J. O. flamaker, U. | states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
states of California, Oregon, Nevada mid
but to squint at occasionally for com
Received fortaxes................. 1539 98
8. Commissioner, al Bonanza, Oregon, M aahington Territory," as extended I •
Received for lumber.............
Lakeview, Oregon, Octolx-r 27, I9O2.| ( on January 31, 1903. viz:
all the Public lani-l »tales by act <4
tlie Public Land States by act of
Do a General Land Locating Busi all
Received for sale of tank...
Charles E. Drew,
August 4. IH»«, (»„iifrKwt Nenbart, <4
Notice is hereby given Hint in com
August 4, 1892, the following persons
Klamath Hills, countyof Klamath, state
have filed in thia office their sworn pliance witli III«- provisions of the act of '
The writer had the pleasure of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An rp. 3X S., It. ||)^ K. If,. 11 a lues tlie: <4 < >regon, lias tills dav tile.I in this office
Total $4122 81 a Specialty. All Business Promptly statements, to-wit:
visiting some near relati ves in Ash
sworn statement, No. 1554. for tlie
Emma T. Gray,
Attended to. Office in City Hall.
land during the past few months. Redeemed warrants.......... 82369 14
of Lewiston, Idaho, eworn statement «fates of California, Oregon, Nevada, J mm« resilience nisin mid cultivation of purchase of the E hall SE quarter, MV
No. 1221, for the purchase oí the. Nt, and Wasliington Territory,’’ as ex said land, viz ; (!eo. Ritter, of Bonan quarter sE quarter, <4 Heclion No. »,
Ashland is a tine pltce and has many Interest on same...............
of NWJ^, W.j of NE1^. of section 31, tended to all the Public I-a'rni States by za, Oreg<m ; J. P.CoLiban, of Bonanza. III Township No. 37 s„ Range No.
excellent people, and hence is home
township.39 S„ range 6 E.
act of August 4, 1892, the following per Oregon ; J. M . Lnrne, of Bonanza, Ore 9 E. W. M., «ml will offer pnsif to
Charles M. Willey,
sons have this day filed in tliis office gon ; John Lind, of Dairy, Oregon.
like and enjoyable.
We conclude, Paid interest on bonds ..
I show that the land sought is more valu
I of Clarkston, Washington, sworn state their sworn statements, to-wit:
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
able for its timla-r or stone than for ag-
however, that a visit to Ashland dur
Total 84122 81
ment No. 1222, for the .-'a of NW’<,|
Mary F. Trefren,
ricullural piiriaaies, »nd to eatabliah his
ing this season of the year is not so
I and WJ^ of SW1.,', of section 31, town-; of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of
Call at the R epublican office for claim to said land before C. if. With
i slnp 31i 8., range 6 E.
Oregon, sworn statement No. 1540, for' flue job work.
conducive to enjoyment as it would
row, U. M, Commissioner, at Klamath
DICK SniTH HONORED.
That they will offer proof to show I tlx- purchase of the NE quarter, section I ............
l-alla, Oregon, on i rklay, the J7th day
be in the summer.
Then the great
i that the land
is more va'tialile 2(1, township 40 H„ range 7 E. W. M.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878— .of March, 1903. lie names aa wit-
orchards of peaches and other fruit,
I for its timber or stone than for agricul-1
Joseph R. Delvendahl,
'¿••"«os: U N. M’hiteline, o( Klamath
Notice for Publication.
, tura) purposes, and to establish their of St. Francis, county of Anoka, slate of
which are seen on every hand, render of Dick Smith at this place, where
i r nils, Oregon ; Isaac Shepard, of Klam-
claim to said land before.!. O. Hama-1 Minnesota, sworn statement No. 1541,
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, [nth lulls, Oregon; Chas. M'rekert, of
life a continual round of feasting and he used to live, to know that he has
ker, U. S. Commissioner, at Forest, I for the purchase of the NW ipiarter, lakkviicw , O regon , Novuinl>er 20, 1002. | Klamath Falls, Oregon; John llogel-
pleasure, and the clear skies and gen
i Oregon, on Tuesday, March the 10th,1 section 26, township 40 S., range 7, E.
) stein, of Klamath Fails, Oregon. Any
I liat they will offer pro<>f to show 1 Notice is hereby given that, in com- and all persons claiming adversely the
ial climate continually smile a cor University football team for next
that the land sought is more valuable
alMive-deacrilied lands are requested to
dial welcome to visitors. But when season. The report adds: Smith is
Orcutt, of Ix-wiston, Idaho; C. M. Wil- for its timlier or stone than f-.r agricul- f ( •ingress of June 3. 1378, entitled “An tih* their claims in this office on or be
winter comes there Is a most unhap
tural purposes, and to establish tlx-ir
fore said 27th dav of March, HKM.
I Whitcomb and William Young, of Ash claims to said land before U. II. With-i Hates of California, Oregon, Nevada
py change in the weather program. gon, and is known throughout the
E. M. llRATTAJN, Regiat«r.
row, U. S. Commissioner, nt Klamath
Then the luscious fruits and the Pacific Northwest as an athlete of
Falls, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 24th dav
act of August 4, 1892, the following TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—
Any and all persons claiming adverse- of March, 1903.
beauty of the vines and flowers have more than usual ability. He played
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
They name as witnesses: Mary F. I persons have this day filed in thia office
disappeared before the cold embraces
vtiested to file their claims ih tliis office Trefren, of Ashland, Oregon; G.' W their sworn statements, to-wit:
of the frost. The Italian skies and
,KHti,! K' Whiteline,
UNITED HTATEH LAND OFFICE,)
o» or before said 10th day of March, ( Trefren, of Ashland, Oregon : Robert If J ' ■
L aekview , O iieoon , Dec. 27, 19B2.f
the brilliance of the Bun are obscured a member of the university track
j Drew, of Ashland, Oregon ; J. S. Bailey, of Klamath Falls, county of Klamuth,
’«"r" statement No.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
of Hhake, Oregon; Joseph It. Delveh-1 irol”?'
is iiertdiy given lhat in qosn>
by clouds and fog. The cold there is team. He established a number of
5 )8 ortl". purci,^,. (,f the NE quar-
diihl, of 8t. Francis, Minnesota.
pliance with tlie provisions of the act <4
a few degrees less than it is at Klam- college records, which still stand at
TIMBER LAND, ACT.H NE 3, 1878, ! Any ami ail persons claiming adverse i';r w ^"“,ler’ H,'c 28> T-37 M<> «• » Congress of June 3, |M7M, entitlwl “An
TICKETS TO DANCE, $i.
tth Falls, but the cold from Ashland’s Eugene, and his Northwest intercol
ly tlx) alrove-dcscribed lands are re
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
net for the sale of timlier lands in ths
Henry X. Whiteline,
quested to file tiu-ir claims in this office
terrible, black fogs and icy rains is legiate record for the 16-pound ham Supper at the Klamath House. An
of Klamath Hills, county <>( Klamath, stntes of California, Oregon, Nrvgda,
and Washington Territory," as extend
. U nited S tates L and O ffice ,
invitation is extended to the public
far less agreeable and healthy than mer throw will probably go unbroken
l uu’f’ * r'8”n- "Worn statement No ed to all tlie Public l.and Htatea by
i Lakeview, Oregon, November 21, 1902.
to come and have a good time.
for the purchase of the NE tiunr-
anything which we see here, east of for some years, as Smith hurled the _____________
, Notice is hereby given that in com-
N M qmtrter, and N W quarter NE quar- wt of August 4, 1H92, Angie liamakar,
‘ I J’hanre « it)i tin- provi-ions of flie-e tol
the mountains. Here, at Klamath massive weight 127 feet, 9} inches.
"T.:.8';0:27, 1 • 37 «•• H. 1) E., W. M.
i • of Bonanza, County of Kluinath, Ht»te
tl‘ "A r'yiWI"
l,roof ,o *11”* of Oregon, Ims tiiindav filed in tliis office
Falls, a month’s accumulated fogsand Smith left an excellent student rec
her sworn statement No. 1683, for the
i act for tlie sale of timls-r lands in tlie
f . ii
rains will be overshadowed and dupli ord at the state ’Varsity, where he
Services at the M. E. church on RU!e!1.,41 ,CHliior,li“. Oregon, Nevada,
f r t s tnnberorstom, than for agricul pun luise of lhehEWof Section No. 4,
cated at Ashland in a single day.
in township No. 38 H.t Range No. 12 K.,
t<> esfal-lish tlu-ir
GENERAL FREIGHTER, ,. ''‘ , "'"."
t 1” H""‘‘“"d la-fore C. If. With. mid will offer proof to allow that tlie
Here bright sunshine and clear skies ical prizes. He entered the law de- of the month at 11 o clock a. m. and
9f August 4, 1892, Fannie L. Lash of
land sought is more valuable for it»
are the rule, while at Ashland the re- I - partment of Columbia in 1901, and 7:30 o’clock p. m.
u ’ (il,’on s‘-> Portland, county’of E^Trompt and careful attention
Wth day of March, timlier or atone than for agricultural
verse is too often the case.
ptirpoaes, «nd to eatabliah tier claim to
to all orders..................
Bunday school each Sunday at 10 <lsy fded in\h!: off^‘^Xo^q^;
Gottfried. "aid land before J. (). Hamaker, U. 8.
Is, Indeed, that they have ideal sum eleven during the past two seasons. ,
(mm N< >-l'i02, f°r the purchase of the j
I Commiaaiuner, nt Bonnnxa, Oregon, on
mers at Ashland and an ideal place to In line-bucking, Smith is considered
Friday, tlm 2()tli day (,f March 1903.
The Baptist people hold their ser-' sFiz
vices the second* Sunday of each shin4No 'K u" v”' 30-J"
live, but in the winter its romantic
D. F. Dria-
Kl“",u,h F“"*- She naniua aa witneaeea:
coll, <4 Bonanza, Or.; John Driscoll, of
halfback, who has been chosen month
in the M. E. church
«, „1 i” R",nge ,No' 13
beauty no longer exists, save In the umbia
•n,‘«»er proof to ahow I hat the land
Proprietor of Freight Wagons.
Versidv n1.'1 )” I*rRnn* claiming ad- Bonanza, Or.; Ja«. j|. Bunn, of Bon»n*
memory of the worthy but shivering for
1 the All-American eleven.
' R',”lg 'h'" ,ntore valu«,»’e ^r its timlier or
Or.; L. I). Burk, of Bonanza, Or.
»< )"<-l.v the alsin. described lands
say. The City Express will carry i
‘ *®n for agricultural purposes and
i'«"1 Any ami al) persons claiming adversely
Subscribe for R epublican .
that cheaper titan you can yourself ' ior!j w i*ier c.l,‘i,n .to "ai<f Ih"'1 •’«-
• Everything dona with.
Marche I9(>3. bP,*r°
! the alsiya daacrilied lamls are requested
lure J. w. Hamakar, U, 8. Commis-
to file their claim« in this office on or
.. neatness ami dispatch....
before said 20th day of March, 1803.
E. M. B rattaix , Register,
fHE BRICK STORED
THE KLAMATH RAILROAD.
FULL STOCK OF
KLAMATH FALS, OR.
FALLS PLANING MILLS;»
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
I »Ians and Specifications Furnished on All Kindi I
Buildings and Contracting and Building
on the Installment Plan.
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.
Complete Line of Harness and Riding Material.
W. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
Telephone Connection Between stable and Hou
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE, MR5P^ritTD
D. REAMES, M. I) |
Southern Oregon Marble Co.,
All kinds of Cemetery Work,
C. C. BROWER,
W. HUSE & SON,
C. H. WITHROW,
STATE LAND BOARD.
HOTEL BARBER SHOP,
J. O. HAMAKER,
U. S. Commissioner and Land
A Social Dance
Will be Given
Houston’s Opera House,
Friday Night, Jan. 16,1903
Under the Auspices of
Crater Lake Camp M.W. A.
Music by Klamath Falls Orchestra
Frank Ward, S. C. Graves
J. fl. nOORE,
J. B. MOORE,
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.