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HE BRICK STORE
! frort in the matter of Irrigation.
RÍV-. Bryant and son of Poe Valley
I passed throitgli town last TücSday on
• their tour of the reservation to buy
KLAMATH FALS, OR
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. Maltby has had
41 years’ experience in saddlery’ in stock countries.
Complete Line of Harness and Riding Material.
During the Next Thirty Days to prepare for the
Largest and Finest stock of millinery, ladies’ fur
nishing goods, trimmings, etc., ever brought to
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE, MRVV.e<t0VD
punces, ami to i-'ablish his claim to
said land More J. »' Haniaker, U.S.
Commissioner, at li.uian/a. Oregon, on
Fridav, the 27lh day 01 March, tito,
lie minies ns with" -vs: Jus. Malone,
of lamgvll Valley, Oregon; Geo. I»'.u,
ot l-ringell Valley. Oregon: A. C. I'lin-
ean, of l.angell Valley, Oregon; Jett
Wilson, of l.angell Valley, Oregon.
Any ami all persona claiming adversely
tile' above-describe«) lands are request
ed to tile their claims in thia office on
or before said 27th dav of Marcii, 1903.
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Mrs. Geo. Morine and Mrs. Win.
Terrill made a flying trip to the Falls
last Saturday, returning Sunday.
Roy I. Kilgore and wife expect to
start for the soutli in a short time if
the roads remain passable. Roy lias
been advised by his physician to
change climates on account of his
t>r. Johnson was called to Dairy
Department of the Interior.)
United States Land Office, £
last Monday evening to attend one of
Lakeview. Oregon, lkteuiber 9, 1902. ’
the Michael boys who is sick.
Willie Stevens who has just recover A sufficient contest affidavit having
tiled in thia office by Francis J.
ed from a severe attack of pneumonia lieen
Bowne, contestant, against homestead
has been removed from the llamaker entrv
No. 2353, made November 24, 1900,
saw-mill to his home In Langell's val for 8 half 8E quarter, SE quarter S\>
quarter See. 8, and NF. quarter NW
310 Range 11
Died, Edward Messner, January 17, 1 quarter, Sec. 17, Township
E. by Walter
Bloomingdale, , contestee,
1903, at the home of his sister, Mrs. I in
wiiich it is alleged tliat said Walter
Wm. Copeland. He complained of Bbs’iningdalo has wholly abandoned
rheumatism, but no one thought him said tract; that ho has changed his resi
dangerously ill. He was walking dence therefrom for more than six
about the yard andon entering the! months since making said entry; that
bouse, he dropped dead. This makes1 his absence from said tract was not due
the third death in the family since to his employment in the military or
the middle of September last—Mrs. naval service nt the ’.’tilted States; that
Ida Walker, daughter of Mr. and said tract is not settled u)x>n and culti
Mrs. Frank Swingle, in September, vated by said party as required by law;
there is no house or other build
and Grandma Messner, about 6 weeks that
ings of any nature or kind upon said
tract; tliat no part of said tract has
The remains were laid to rest in been cultivated, or other improvement
the family cemetery near the side of made of any value upon said tract; that
said entryumn has wholly failed to es
Ills niece and mother.
H obo .
tablish a residence upon said tract;
said parties are hereby notified to ap
Try one of those delicious steaks at pear, respond and offer evidence touch
ing said allegation at 10 o’clock a. tn.
Uueeda Meat Maiket.
on March 7, 190:1, before J. O. llama-
Mrs. Johanna Sodcrholni, of Fergus ker, U. 8. Commissioner, at Bonanza,
Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated her Oregon, and that final hearing will be
shoulder. She had a surgeon get it i held at 10 o'clock a. tn. on March 12,
back is place as soon ¡us possible, but | 1903, before the Register and Receiver
the United States Land Office in
it was quite sore and pained her at
very much. Her son mentioned that Lakeview,
Tliat said contestant having, in a
he had seen Chamberlain's Pain proper affidavit, filed October 25,
Balm advertised for sprains and sore 1902, set forth facts which show that
ness, and she asked him to buy her a after due diligence personal service of
bottle of it, which he did. It quick this notice can not lie made, it is here
ly relieved her and enabled her to by ordered and directed that such notice
sleep which she had not done for sev lie given by due and proper publication.
E. M. Bfc.vrrAiN, Register.
eral days. The son was so much
pleased' with the relief it gave his
mother tliat he has since recommend limber Land, Act June 3, 1878—
ed it to many others. For Siile by
Notice for Publication.
Chitwood & Co.
STATES LAND OFFICE,
For reliable Information concern- A t L UNITED
akeview , O re ., November 22, 1902.
Ing public lands go to J. W. lia ina-
Notice is hereby given tliat, in com
kar; get the benefit of thirty years pliance
with tiie provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
for the sale of tinilier lands in tiie
Glasses prescribed by us are con act
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
sidered the foremost remedy for the in Washington Territory,” as extended
cure of eye troubles.
to all the Public Land States by act of
D. E. J ohnson , Optician.
August 4, 1892, the following persons
mi ni No. Irti-’. f«rih<;
MI-, NW.,. M.. 2-.. .-v N •.
SF.<4 N\\L,».l.;vH'.m v. .Arn w M
► hip No. .>< >., R h "8‘ • •
«mi w ili < 15-r p.iHil t 'HlOW tb.» I
Houglit h> more vahiuf'b fm u* •
»tulli' Uniti tur agl u ni'I1'1',
U,e.tabH»l> Imr ' am. (;■ -ul
(ore .1. W. Ilauiakar, T. B. (
¡.immr, H Kla.m.lb Fall». ’
Momlny. tbe Wlh day ot Api l. >
Slie iiHinux hm w
Fonie, ol Portland. »"eP’" l ' • 1
tler, ot Albany. (»rigo»; f.
of Albany. Oregon: "• •' .Ml^ "
<>f Olete, Oregon. An.v a'"1 '* • " ,„,1
claiining advernelv thè nlsive-dt m rd < '
land» are reqne»ted lo file 1
in tliÌH ottìcv on or beiorv »uul Ai
of Aprii, 1903.
„ , fi.r
E. M. B rattai «. Rvghter.
U xitkii S tates L ind Oitur.)
L akkvikw , O kmios , N ov . L I*-»'-.»
Notice it hereby given that in »'”"'
pliance with the previsions of the net o
congress ol June 3, 1878. entitled
act lot the sale ol timber I hii .I* m th«
states of California. Oregon, Neia.ta, Plansand
anil Washington Cerrito. V.’ »" ‘'
tended to all the Public Land M ites
by act of August I. 1892. An- re"
shoemaker, of Minneapolis, JI.>4 1111
riett Ave . county ol Hennej'tn, Mute "I
Minnesota, Ims this day tt'ed in tn*
office his sworn statement, No. I'<4.
for tiie purchase of the S halt SW quar Store
ter, Sec. 19. E hall NW quarter, of 8ec Scroll
tion No. 30, in Cownship No.
Range No. 7'.. E. W. M-, and will'lfir
proof to show that the land sought 1»
more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural puriswes. and to
establish his claim to said land before
CH. Withrow , U. S. Commissioner, at
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Friday, the I
ICNCl I AN(; K
27th day of March, 1903.
lie names as
Charles Martin, of fort
Klamath, Oregon; Samuel Main, of
W. W. IIAZI'N. Proprietor,
Fort Klamath, Oregon ; Albert Martin.’
of Fort K lamutli, Oregon ; Nelson Hol
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
comb, of Fort Klamath, Oregon. Any
and all persons claiming adversely the
Horses boarded by day,
abovexleserilied lands are requested to
file their claims in this office on or
before said 27th dav ol March, l‘.”3.
E. M. I Gt 11 > ■ 1 v. Register
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor
I i-sen^ers conveyed lo all purls of
ami Northern California at the very lowest rateH.
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
U nited S tati » L and Oriu’i:.)
Lakeview,Oregon, Nov<-n.ivi 2s. l'11-'.'
Notice is hereby given licit in cmii
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
A't for the sale of tinilier hind ill the
F. L. WRIGHT.
J. C. WHIPP.
states of California. Oregon, Nevada,
Al l()RM':Y-Ar-l.A W',
and in Washington Territoiy” as extend
ed to all the Public Land States bv act
of August 4, 1892, the following persons
have thia day fileil In this office their 19, IS’,Ml. ItituruMl on umile u ill rra*«’ National Bnnk an«l Attoria Ha V Ing,
sworn statements, to-wit:
from thin «Int«* :
N" ». K82 8. m 7I7, KMAI, Bunk “I A*l««ria. Oregon.
N77W, thH ' HaOl) W . M8|U. h 72
of Klamath Falls, county of Klamath, xs i 5, s. ii ; 1, S k I », , h 7.’».*),
87M, Eulli». Or. I'I hhìv . Main |D|.
state of (iregon, sworn Statement No. >911, KM3, «S6UI, M H'.i.
8MI, H75Ü, W.M,
Marble, Granite, Iron Fencing and General Contracting
have this day filed in this office their 1614. for the purchase of the
• »1•M.P», Niki«’),
8796, h'.M'Ji, 8713,
The City Express is again at the sworn statements, to-wit:
ami N1.. SE'4, Sec. 1, T. 37 S., R. y
in Stone Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
8710. N’3|, >*7 '9, 7M«3,, *915. 8728,
old stand, ready for heavy or light
i:„ w. m .
Everett L. Peck,
1 Ulutl nt KlaniAth 1Filli». Oregon, , tint Attorney» and Counselor* at /-s»
Charles C. Essig,
of 515 Clay St., Portland, county of
P. O. box 65.
Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn of Harrison, county of Kootenai,
Save money by making your home statement No. 1604, for tiie purchase of of Idaho, sworn statement No. 16|
l*r»«,tirr in State atei Federal C«airU
and I’. F. I-Mini <MHce.
the E'., of W'.,, See. 29, T. 87, S., R. I the purchase of the S', NW1«,
' people with obdurate indifference. stead, timber and other filings with 13
I and S‘< NE1«, Sec. 2, T. 37 8., 1
E., W. M.
Congress has stricken the tariff from C. II. Withrow, U. S. Commissioner,
I W. M.
Klamath I alia, Oregon.
Milton J. Jones,
coal and now it may be admitted free Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Notice for I'ulilicatlon.
i of Portland, county of Multnomah,
That they will offer prisif to show
I of duty from any foreign country.
state of Oregon, sworn statement No. i that the land sought is more valuable
Published every Thursday by
! The grand jury in Chicago has re
1605, for the purchase of tiie SEquarter, for its timber or stone than for sgrieul-
Sec. 30, T. 37 8., R. 13 E. W. M.
turned indictments against forty
, tural purposes, and to establish tln-ir
Benjamin F. Jones,
claim to said land before J. W. llama-
i people, high in business and social
‘kar. U.S. Commissioner, at Klamath
life, who are charged with a combina
E ditors and P roprietors .
Falls, Oregon, on Thursday, the 23rd
tion to corner the coal supply and
statement No. lfiOt», for the purchase of dav of April, 1903.
thus work great hardship on consum
gt’MCRrpTION rates :
the 8 iialf SW quarter, Sec. 30, anil N
They name as witnesses: Charles C.
Notary Public and Convcynu.er.
ers. This alleged conspiracy is be
half NW quarter, Sec. 31, T. 37 8., R. J F.ssig. of Harrison. Idaho; Waiter An-
f2 00 lieved to exist among operators, job
Ó»« year (tn advance)....................
M AMAI It i'Al.1.5, ORE.
13 E., W. M.
; son, of Klamath Falls. Oregon; Wesley
bers, wholesalers, retailers and all
j<). Smith, of Klamath Falls, Oregon;
JANUARY 22. 1903 who handle the coal from the time
GRADUATE OF THE
of Montavilla, county of .Multnomah, | H. 11. Wescott, of Klamath Falls, Ore
DAI <illll WS OI RI BI k Alt
state of Oregon, sworn statement No. gon; Joseph C. Smith, of Klamath
I it leaves the mine until it reaches
1 1607, for tin' purchase of the SE quarter, Falls, Oregon.
I the consumer. At various places in
Sec. 31, T. 37 8., R. 13. E. W. M.
Any and »11 person» claiming adverse
habitants, forced to action by danger
Christian L. Ixing,
ly the alsive-desi'rilied lands are re
of freezing, have appropriated train
of 174 Third St., Portland, county of quested to file their claims in this otlice
Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn on or Is'fore «aid 23rd dav of April, lixXI
The first vote in the Oregon legis loads of coal without consulting the
. ; F M.
owners. This step, in the face of an
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
lature took place Tuesday, resulting impass ibility to buy fuel and to avoid
defective of the 8 half NW quarter and N half
as follows: Fulton, 29; Geer, 20; freezing, is highly commendable, to
. SW quarter, 8ec. 32 T. 37 8., R. 13 E.,
Wood, democrat, 18. Yesterday’s: say the least.
That tliry will offer proof to show
Notice is hereby given that there
tote resulted: Fulton, 31; Geer, 18.
J. O. HAMAKER.
that the land sought is more valuable arc funds in file town treasury for
ELECTRIC POWER PLANT.
The National Woolgrowers' asso
tural purposes and to establish their
rants, interest on same to cease from
ciation and National Livestock asso
date that I
bo claim to Raid land before J. \V. Hama- January
1, 1903; Nos. 889, 890, 891.
kar, U. S. Commissioner, at Forest,
ciation will hold their next annual
fitted 1,000 Oregon, on Tuesday, tbe 21st day of 892, 893, «94,
897, 898. 899,
conventions in Portland in January, installed at Fall Creek, on the Klamath
Do a General l and l ocating Ifusl*
90(1, 901. HÛG, 902,
river, in Siskiyou county, mention of
901, 905, 908,
Survey ing and Conveyancing
They name as witnesses: Everett L. 907, 908, 909, 910,
which has already been made in the
912, 913, 914,
a Specialty. All Business Promptly
Portland, . Oregon;
r •, of .....................
' _ . Milton J. 915, 916, 917, 918.
A measure is before the legislature
Jones, of Portland, Oregon ; ..................
Attended to. Office in City Hall.
by March 1st. The big ditch
J. W. S iemens .
for the creation of a State Fire Com business
F. Jones, of Portland, Oregon; Chris
tian L. Ling, of Portland, Oregon; Etta
mission of live men. to have control I in length, and will convey the waters
NoHie For Publication-
Jones, of Montavilla, Oregon.
of all matters relating to forest pro of Fall creek to the edge of the cliff
land. Act June j, 1878—
Dr part ment of the Interior, i
Any and all persona claiming adverse
tection against fires.
Hon. R. A. above the power house, where a fall of
Notice lor Publication.
Land Office al Lakitviejr Oregon.
Emmittof Klamath county is named nearly 700 feet will be obtained, and Cleanliness and Good Work
quested to file their claims in this office
l*ui'ciulier 23, IM)2. I
in the bill as one of the members of I which will develop the electric energy
IM I Fl> «T VI EH LAND OFFICE (
on or before said 21st dav of April 1993.
I Notice i» In-r< bv given that the fob I. akeview , i I rkuin , Ovtnl'.r 2tl W.'l
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
I necessary to supply light and power,
. I nw!"8 namcl »ettlerl.a. til,..| noticeof
N"lno i« lu-ri'l'v givi'ii tiist, in cui*
Notice 1» hereby given that in com ' b'” >nt' i>tion to make final i.mof m Nl||,
Also Agent for LONDON AND
fdliim e with ilio pruvi»i«>ns uf tlie a< t <4
A bill for a new game law, intro w hich it is the purpose of the company
duced in the senate, extends the close to distribute to various towns ot the LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
Coiigrens of June 3, 1H73, «»nthled “A h “’11 ,, m ‘ ••»••»,- 1
' - : l'oiigre»» of Junr 3, 1878, t-titillml “A*
i< t tur tlio »¡ili« of timlwr Iwnil» in tb*
I let for the rale of tioilwr land» in the
Meason for ducks, geese, etc., in i j county.
The trench for burying the forty
• '»’••» <»( ’ alltorno,. Ori-gon, Nsvsr’s sn<il
l »late» of California, Oregon, Ncvaila,
Klamath, Lake and Jackson counties
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—
" l’-hiiii'ton Tri ritory, ss rxtenilcd l>
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, and Washington Territory.” a» ex-
from January 1 to September 15. , ' and thirty inch steel pipe which con-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
all llii' Piibli,. Land Stale* l>y set <4
L akeview , O regon , November 18, 1902. ! tended to all the Public Lind Mate» bv I
In other counties of the state it runs I veys the water under pressure from
kngUSt I, l«‘.cj. «,otif,i,-,| Nciils-r», <■!
Notice is hereby given that, in com I act of Angn.t4, 1892, the following per.
from February 1 to September 1. . the penstock at the top of the cliff UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, )
Klionati, I all», coiinty <J Klumaih, »1»«
sone have this day filed m thin office
Hunters here want the same privi- j
■1 I ( 'regoi,. im» t||iR ,(MV (i|c| ¡„ (|,i« ofinv
act of June 3, 1878, entitled “An their »worn statement«, to-wit:
lege granted to other parts of the j j completion. Within a week sixteen
Notice is hereby given that in com act for the sale of timber lands in the r » i i
1 ló» »worn stati'incnt, No. 1554, forili»
pliance with the provisions of the act of States of California, Oregon, Nevada and of Ashland, county of Jackson, state ol
state and there seems to be no good I the ground. The foundation
pur<-lia»e of thè f. |,»|f sE qtmrter, bW
Congress of June 3,1878, entitled “An Washington Territoiy,” as extended to < Oregon, sworn statement No. 1540 f,,r
Reason why they shouldn’t have it. . [ power-house is being laid.
quarto» 8 !, quarter, of Seri ioti No. f.
act for the sale of timber lands in the
I in r«>wn*liip No. ,i7 8., Itange No.
The bill in question mentions noth
the Public Land States by act oí I the purchase of the NE quarter, »...'tion
1 power-house is to be constructed of states of California, Oregon, Nevada, all
' I'.. W. M., anil will offvr proni lo
townnhip 40 S., range 7 E. W M
ing about trout fishing.
August 4, 1892, the following persons j
stone and will contain, when com and Washington Territory,” as ex have fileil in this office their sworn I ru. •’om‘l,h u- Delvendahl, ‘
thè land aouglil
| show unit
pleted, fjur Pelton waterwheels, each
aole for ita
tiinher or Atone
llian for »f
of 8t. I-rancis, county of Anoka, state <,(
The remains of the late Congress with a capacity of 1000 horse power. act of August 4, 1892, Robert H. Drew, statements, to-wit:
! Minnesota, sworn statement No 1541
and to establish
man Tongue arrived in Hillsboro All the poles, thirty and forty feet of Ashland, county of Jackson, state of Lewiston, Emma
elaini to »»hi lami Iwforo C II. With
Idaho, sworn statement for the purchase <,t tint NW miarter’
Saturday evening and the funeral in length, have been delivered, some of Oregon, has this dav filed in this No. 1221, for the purchase of the N1, section 26, township 40 S„ range 7, E. ’
I row, U. 8. ■ Commissioner,
8ook place there Sunday, being at at Klainathon, some at Montague office iiis sworn statement No. 1610, for of NWJÍ, W’i o/NE'i, of scction31, tl it’ll1 \‘eyi * 11 i‘’ff''r
lo ","’w limber Land, Act June », |g7g_ I*all», ( 'regmi,
„ . on Friday, the 27th daj
tended by a large concourse of friends and some at Yreka, from where it
hat the land sought is more valiuibl,.
Notice for Publication.
.of March, 1903. lie tiainua as wit'
township 39 8., range 6 E.
for its tnnlsT or stone than for agiiiul-
and admirers. Thus closes a brilliant will be most convenient to string No. 10, in Township No. 40 S., Range
Charles M. Willey,
I N. Whitelinn, <>( Klamath
No. 7 E. W. M., an<l will offer proof of Clarkston, Washington, sworn state Hirai pur|si«es and to establish t|u.ir
I NITF.D STATES LAND OFFICE Fi
and successful career and one that them along the line, which has al to show that the land sought is more
Isaac 8he|iwrd, of Kliim-
has resulted In great permanent good ready been done as far as Ager. The valuable for its timber or stone than ment No. 1222, for the SJ^ of NWL,
i; Chas. Weckert, ol
WJ4 of SWJ^, of section 31, town
Nolle«' IS hcr,d,y givl.N (|ia| jn (,.....
to the state of Oregon. Congress contracts call for the completion of for agricultural purposes, and to estab and
IsUgon; John Hogsl
shin 39 8., range 6 E.
-«ay '■'•''i' e with the provisions ol th«- act of •ti'lnrhl Klamath Fall», Oregon. Anjj
man Tongue was a man of action, and al) work on or before March 1, 1903. lish his claim to said land before C. That they will offer proof to show of MamlU9OTOn Tue#day-th«
''lum. 3 1x78. entith .i “An ami nil persons claiming adversely th'
H. Withrow, U. S. Commissioner, at that the land
as a representative in congress, reared
The Siskiyou Electric Power Com Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Tuesday,
aliovo-desi'rilied lands *,re requested W
r i t"
lasting monuments to his memory. pany
’s plant will be the the third or the 24th day of March, 1903. lie names
s f < altfornia, Oreg,,,,. X,.va,h, file their claims in if},, office on or te*
A multftnde of friends will ever rem fouitb,
Trefren, of Ashland, Oregon ; Robert II I ‘ »tab
largest in California.
Jero as witnesses: Mary F. Tretren, of
rew.oi Ashland, 0,..«.* ; .1. 8 JU ley ! ""'l1" ''“sbmgton Territorv," »» ,.x- fore sai I 27th day of Marcii, 11103.
ember and honor hhn and his legisla me ChurchelLts
to said land before.!. O. Hama-
president of the com Ashland, Oregon ¡George W. Trefren, of claim
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
» net « f’v "."a
ker, U. 8. Commissioner, at Forest of Shake, Oregon; JoHenh P
’’’August 4, 1892, t|>e followirm
pany; Alexander J. Rosborough is the Ashland, Oregon ; J.8. Bailey, of Shake, Oregon, on Tuesday, Marcli the 10th’
LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.-
persons have this day fi|,.,| jn ||1ÌH
Oregon; Joseph R. Delvendahl, of St. 1903.
Any and all persons claiming adverse their sworn »tat, incuts, to-wit :
NOTK'E F or PUBLICATION.
The possibility that congress would
The towns to be Included in the
They name as witnesses:
Charles ly the alsive described |anrt; a'r,
repeal the timber and stone act, the lighting circuit are Hornbrook, claiming adversely the above-described Orcutt, of J^wiston, Idaho; C. M. Wil- quested to file their claims in this <,|| .i. it fi
DN’ITED STATES LAND OFFICE,)
desert claim law and the commuta Klainathon, Lairds, Ager, Moutague, lands are requested to file their claims !?Z’. of <;l«rl‘"b>n, Washington; J. .1 -or before said 21th day o'f March,
L akeview , O rbuon , Dec. 27.1902 1
tion clause of the homestead law Yreka, Fort Jones and Etna; and
M Jiltcomb and William Young, of Ash
Notice is hereby given that in coi«-
land, Oregon, and Emma T. Gray of ______
has been effectually knocked in the power will be furnished to some of March, E. 1903.
R- M- B battaim , Register.
pllaneo w it I, tl,,, provisions of ilio act
M. BRATTAIN, Register.
head by the appearance of railroad in twelve mines, two box factories,
I ' “(igiess of Jiini'3, JK78, entitle«! “As
Any and all persons claiming adverse
fluence behind the effort. It is re three grist mills, one paper mill, two Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878—
Notice For Publication.
act for tlie »ale of timber land» in the
ly the above-descrila'd lands are re-
ported that the railroads wish the re pumping plants and two rail
I states of California, Oregon, Nevati*,
vuested to file their claims in this office
and Washington Territory,” as extend
peal ot those laws, so they can sell roads. The head office will be locat
l-»3r befOr° “id 101,1 'lay 1,1 Marcb>
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon '
'dloHlI the Public Land States
their own lands to settlers. Doubt ed at Yreka. Elijah IL Stu), who
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, )
■•' t '4 August 4, 1892, Angie Hamak»r,
less also railroad corporations would was formerly connected with the Kes L akeview , O regon , October 27, 1902.1
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
t"!-I;.s"':127,T.;;/,s , R1 »V w
oM'omuiza, County of Klumath, Stet«
Mot object io gathering up a few wick plant, on the Sacramento river,
Notice is hereby given that, in com
'regon, lias tifi»,|av tn,.,| j„ (hiaoHlw
more slices of the government do has charge of the installation and is pliance with the provisions of the act of TIMItEl! LAND, ACTJUNB3 1878
h"r sworn statement No. 1083, for th«:
main if individuals could be kept manager of the company.
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
purchase of theSE'iof Section N'o. 4.
act for tiie sale of timlier lands in the
from taking It. It must burden such-
will be made hefor« Ja» H ïtof ïi’ „ru'r^.........
d " ' il ’ s I
No. 38 8., Range No. 12 E»|
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
U nited S tates L and O ftick ,
Corporations to carry around so much
ami will offer proof to show tliat th’
Washington Territory,” as extended Lakeview, Oregon, November 21, 1902.
beneficence and solicitude for the
-m F. i.Înv"trh,»y-.’.r,i
Kl""''>lb am sought is more valuable for »'I
to ail tbe Public Land States by act
Anna M. Butler,
|W3; " ""lay, the 2« th day of March, I , Bn »er <>r Rh>no than for agricultuw
8.'y.e.n >bat Jn com-
The Bonanza citizens have taken of August 4, 1892, George McDonald, of
J',t'cl l<> establish her claim •"
l-i^Mf J9v the forelock and are putting Langell Valley, county of Klamath^
E. W. M
said lami before J O' llmnaker, ff. L
•fate of Oregon, has thig day filedin
Commissioner, at p r "*»<, Oregon, e"
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" y a,|W »'"'J'”«’nn.i Kati«, riiday, the 20th Al
—< >• • ... "'lz-
of Klumath kai|R| i “he names »«
coll, of Boil
il all nmsm,, ,.|ailn¡n(r
Southern Oregon Marble Co.,
All kinds of Cemetery Work,
C. C BROWER,
W. HUSE <£ SON,
VOTE ON U. S. SENATOR.
C. II. WITHROW,
D. E. JOHNSON, Optician.
STATE LAND BOARD.
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cago Optical Colleges
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