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TENDENCY OF THE Tint-IS.
> ii count lea and
The tendency of medical seietn'c
nl Lake conni les.
is toward prevent alive measureti«
In Tunc, IPV4
Child’s Shues, Now $1.00, $1.10 and $1.25.
Child's Shoes, Now $1.10, $1.15 and $1,25.
$1.50 Men's Shoes, Now $2.25.
$3.50 Men’s Shoes, Now $1.75.
SADDLE AND HARNESS
Shop in Eastern Oregon.
C. C. MALTBY & SON, Props
The Maltby Saddle is Known
and Recognized as the Best on
the flarket. C. C. flaltby has had
ars’ experience in saddlery in stock countries.
F. L. WRIGHT.
Southern Oregon Marble Co.,
All kinds of Cemetery Work,
Marble, Granite, Iron Fencing and General Contracting
in Stone Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
P. O. box 65.
uring 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, MR5P^rt.TD
Published every Thursday by
W. MUSE <Jr SON,
P roprietors .
■VMcairriox utb :
6a« year (in advance)....................
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1903
Last Saturday Governor Chamber
lain signed the bill repealing the
eoyotc scalp bounty law.
The California legislature will make
an appropriation of $40,000 for an ex
hibit at the Lewis and Clark fair.
The la-si tholight of lite world Is I«'-
luting the future ing given to the subjivt.
mol land and putting an easier and better to prevent than to
ieu land selections by private cure. It has been fully demonstrat
erprise pissed the legislature. ed that pneumonia, one of the most
The Oregonian's report on the bill dangerous diseases that medical men :
says: The act also prohibits the sale have to contend with, can he pre !
of any lieu land until the state's title vented by the use of Chamberlain’s 1
thereto has been finally approved. : Cough Remedy. Pneuiiionl i always
Lands hereafter surveyed are to be results from a cold or from an at lack
sold to the highest bidder, the min of influenza (grip), and II has b»>en Timber Land. Act June 3. 1873
Notice for Publication.
imum price being not less than $2.50 observed that this remedy counter
an acre. This act will probably acts any tendency of these diseases
UNITED ST ATES L AND OFFICE. I
create a temporary activity in the toward pneumonia. This has Iteen L akkvirw , O rkuon , January 23. 1993. »
purchase of school lands, for it will fully proven in many thousands of I Notice ia heiebv given that, tn «oil«-
with the provisions ol the net ol
not go into effect for 00 days, and cases in which this rcmedv has
. | s'ongtess of June 3, 1878, entitle«! "An
, , , ,,
people have that length of time in used during the great prevalence of |
for th<< sale of timlier lumla in the
which to purchase at the old price. colds anti grip In recent vears, and ; state» ol California, Oregon. Nevadanml
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
>»■ Mi.,.«in. ih.pi.ei«! K’SjTvffii’ia’ mj'i;"“
ATter this act goes Into effect, school
Pneumonia often results ' of August 4, 1892, Sarah J. Burnham, of Plansand Specification» l urninhcd on All Kinds ot
sections already surveyed will Is* sold tidence.
at $2.50 an acre and lieu lands at $5. from a slight cold when no danger' B«>nan»a, countyol Klamath, »tut«« <>t
Buildings and Contracting and Building
. , *.«.».
iii 1 Oregon, has
lias this da
day v tileil
in this oillee
Nll. 1742, fot th.-
At the new prices the sale of land is apprehended until it Is "uddenly I | her
on the Installment Plan.
purchase of the
8AA’1! , SE
1 <>( .'eetion
will be less rapid than at the present discoven'll that there is fever nnd . «nnrehase
40 8„ Rang«'
Among the Infinit« variety of material and work f»nd.l.«.l be thia r.lll ami
prices, but as the school fund is now difficulty In breathing and pains In j No. 13
E. AV. M., Mini will offer proof to
greater than the State Land Board the chest, then it is announced that ' show that the land sought :« more vai Store Front«. W<-1 Carvmg. .Mair •¡•''■•“•I'1*'".........
has been able to loan, there will be no the patient litis pneumonia. Be on uable for its timber or stone than for Scroll and Turmsl Work, Ba.h, l'.«>r» «>>•'
I agricultural purposes, and to establish
I ons on account of the decrease in the safe side anti take Chamberlain s 1 her claim to said land Indore J. • ». limn- ami Turned Balusters. I'.«>r ami AVimlow Frames. ....... ita and Pew End., shingle.,
sales. In a few years the actual value Cough Remedy as soon as th«' cold Is ! aker, U. 8. Commissioner, at Botimi»«. Builder«' Bardarne, PainU »ml Oil, Moulding .nd<ilaaa, F levati»»» and D«.igim,
it always cures.
For 1 Oregon, nn Saturday, the 16th day ol Finisci, Ground ami Cut Gl»«». Wall r»rr. Furniture, etc., etc
of the land will have increased so contracted,
sale by Chitwood & Co.
.Alav, 1903 . 8he names us witnesses:
IhHt work mid material, »ml in the late.t ami ni<-l approve.1 »tile«.
that it will sell at the new prices.
J. t>. Ilnmaker, of Ronan««, Oregon,
I have used Chamberlain's Cough j 8. AV. llaniaker, of Bonanza, Oregon;
A fine quality of apples for sale at Remedy for a number of years and AVillis AVebluT, of lionanM, Oregon;
Driscoll, of lionati«,
have no hesitancy in saying that it John
Uneeda Meat Market.
i is the best remedy for coughs, colds ! Any and all persons claiming adversely
j and croup 1 have ever used in my ! the above-describci) lands are ieque»t-
FULTON FOR SENATOR
w. W. HAZi'N, Proprietor,
to tile their claims in this olliee on
' family. 1 have not words to express I e<l
or before said I61I1 <lav of Msv, 1903.
At the close of the Oregon legisla
E. M. BRATTAIN. Register.
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
ture, at midnight, Friday night, lion. .1. A. Misire, North Star, Mich. For
' sale by Chitwood & Co.
Charles AV. Fulton of Astoria was ■
Horses boarded by day, week or inuuth.
elected United States senator to sue- i
Hat ami Grain bought ami Hold.
ceed Senator Simon. The opposition GEO. H. MERRYMAN bids, to be considered at tne next s<’s
to all parts of Southern Oregon
to Fulton stubbornly fought his elec
sion of county court, for furnishing ami Northern California at the Aery lowest rate«.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
the county with 25 cords of lfi-inch
tion until the last, and the Multno
mah delegation only fell into line for ILINKVILLE HOTEL, ROOM 22. | heater wihm I, to i>e cut from gleett
Telephone Connection Betw een Stable and Hotel
j pine timber and thoroughly seasoned.
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
him when in the closing moments, it
I and to be delivered nml neatly corded
became apparent that either he would
Klamath Lodge No. 77, A. F. 4 A. M. in the court house wood shed on or
win or that Oregon would have but :
before September 1. 199.1. A deposit
one representative in the U. S. sen-
Meets Saturday night on or before | of 10 per cent, must accompany all
ate during the next two years. Mr.l
Notice is hereby given that there are
A TTOR.\EY-A T-I.A W',
Fulton was elected on the 18th bal- j
K y T aylok ,
fund* in llit» ( oiiniv I rtGiMiirv for Irr
lot of the evening. The contest was
rt*tl«*iiipti<*ii <»i lliv following fount v war-
Reference-by |wrniiwi>>n :
riintH prott'Htcd on and prioi In M nruh
long drawn out, but, to the credit of!
19, IMNi. Interest on RRtne will r$ n*$* National Bunk and Astoria Saiing,
U nitkd S tatkh L and Omer,
the state, was free from bitter ani- i
Bank of A.tuna. Oregon.
N oh . H82M, H7l
Iekeview, Oregon, December 29. 1992. from thin date:
If «»nee, Klainall
mosities, all opponents uniting with ! Services at the M. E. church on
Notice is hereby given that in com #779, 8819, 8N00, 873: 8816, 872:1, NH49. Falla. Or. Phone. Main 104.
his supporters in congratulating the ! I the first, third and fourth ‘Sundays pliance w ith the provisions of the act ef xs8845. 8755. .SS72, 8848. N756,
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "Au x*HI. 884:». KtllH, «Mil, KMI, 8750, MH.’» I,
DRAKE A WALLING,
' of the month at 11 o'clock a. tn. and i act
8831», Niki.», K7lU, K7M, 8966, H7I».
for the sale of timber lamia in the
Mr. Fulton has a high reputation j 7:30 o’clock p. m.
states of California, Oregon, Nevada, 8710. 8931, 8739, 7593. 8945, 8728, NK'iO. Attorney* and Counselors at t^w
for ability and integrity and there is; Sunday school each Sunday at 10 and AVnshington Territory,” an extend bated at Klamath Kalin, Oregon, thia
ed to all the Public laiiid State« bv act 4th day oi ikT?inhvr, 1902.
reason to believe that he will exert a o’clock a. m.
II. II. V an V a i . k rm ar iki .
of August 4, 1892, Jami'S A. Carley, of
potent influence for Oregon in the
The Baptist people hold their ser Plainview, County of AA abasha, State of
United States senate.
vices the second Sunday of each Minnesota, has this day filed in thisottice
Klamath j^lla. Oregon.
big sworn statement No. 1717, for the
lion. II. AV. Scott, the distinguish ■ month in the M. E. church.
purchase of the Lot 4 of Section No. 1,
ed editor of the Oregonian, was |
Township No. 37 8., Range No. 9. F.
Save money by making votir home in
I’NiTED STATES LANDOFFICE, (
AV. M., ami will offer proof to show that
brought forth with liberal support in stead,
timber and other filings with the land sought ia more valuable for its
LiiKVtcw, O kmk .X, Nov. 21, 11*12. (
the closing hours of the contest. He C. IL Withrow, I’. 8. Commissioner, timber or stone than for agricultural Notice in hereliy given flint in com
was not a candidate, and the effort in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
purposes, and to establish his claim to plance with tin* provisions of the act of
his behalf was very complimentary
Commissioner, at Klamath Falla. Ore act for the sale of tiniln-r land, in the
and a proper recognition of the excel
Notary Public and Cunveyan.rr.
gon, on Saturday, the 4th day of April. state» ni California, Oregon, Nevada,
lent merits of the man.
Sealed bids, accompanied by plans, 1903. He names as witnesses: Joseph anil Washington Territory,” ns ex
Sniith, of Klamath Falls. Oregon; tended In all the Public luunl Stall'« by
Mr. Fulton was born in Lima, Ohio, specificatioiiH and strain «liagratns, will C.
received by the County Court of Hiram IL AA’escott, of Klamath Falla, actol August 4,1892, Robert 11. Drew,
DAI (DITI.RS Ol REBEKAH
August 24, 1853. He came to Port be
Klamath County up to 9 a. m., March Oregon; Joseph G. Pierce, of Klamath, of Alliland, county of Jmkson, alate
land in 1875. After teaching a term 6th, 1903, for the construction ol a pile Falla, Oregon; AV. I. Smith, of Klamath of Oregon, has thin day filed in thia
Any ami nil persons office Ida sworn statement No. 1610, (or
of school, he located in Astoria and bridge across the Klamath river at claiming
< ffficcr» »rc
adversely the aliovo described the |>iiri'ha«e ol the 8AV ’g.of Sri tion
Keno;said bridge to be 18 feet in width (
began the practice of law, for which and the span» of »«me to lie not to ex- I lands are requested to tile their claims No. 10, in Township No. 40 8., Range
he had prepared himself before tnov« ceed 17 feet. A dejmait of fiv«1 per cent in thisotlico on or before said 4th day of No. 7 E. AV, M., nn<l will offer proof
to allow that the land «ought la more
accompany each lii.l. The Court I April, 1903.
ing West. He has represented Clat must
E. M. Ba vrr.it«, Register.
valuable for its limiter or alone than
reserves the right to reject any or all j
sop county several terms in the state bids.
for agricultural purposes, nml to eatab
J. O. HAMAKER,
lialt hi« claim to said land lieiore ('.
senate and his popularity as a leader
II. AA ¡throw, I'. S, Commi«.toner, at
has grown wherever he is known.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Tuea*lay. U. S. Commissioner and Lan
FALLS PLANING MILLS
EXCI1A N( 1E
AMES & JENNINGS,
J. C. wHIPr.
offer |in«>l to show lliul the land »ought
1« mure valuable fin it» limls'i m »tone
than for agrieullural piiri»>«e». amilo
«•tabllsh hi» daini l» «aio lumi Is'loto
C. II. 'A ttlipiW . I'. 8. lAimmis-mni'i it*
Klumulh lull». Oregon, on Momluy,
the 18th day of Mav, llkvl, lie nam«;«
us wlirn »»«'»
11. Neulwi I, «'f KliilmltO
Fall«, Oregon : F. M. 8he|>ar«l. ol Klam
ath F'alls, Oiegon ; llentv Jmisscl), ol
Klamath Falla, Oregon ; l''te<l Janssem
of Klminith Fall». Oregon. Any »ml all
|>ermm» claiming advertn'ly the ubove
deserilH'd lamia ur«« ristiicaled to Id«'
their claim» in this ottico on or beton«
sai l 18th «lav of Mav. 1903.
E. Al. HR API'AIN. Regi.tet.
money behind them. AVith his great
power of mind and body, his undaunt
ed courage and determination in the
course of right, President Roosevelt
is well equipped for the fight. In which
he knows he has the approval of the
A Washington dispatch to Sunday’s
Oregonian, contains the following
relative to paying the Klamath
Indians: Representative Moody to
day favorably reports his bill providing
for opening to settlement a large
part of the Klamath reservation. He
will, if time is granted, call up the
bill passed by the Senate last session,
making a direct appropriation to the
Indians, and move to substitute his
bill which calls for the sale of the
lands before the Indians are paid.
When U. 8. senators are elected by
direct vote of the people, legislatures
The Oregon legislature has gone on
will have more time and thought to
record in favor of electing U. 8. sen
devote to revising and making laws.
ators by direct vote. When thirty
Oregon and Washington legisla states have acted likewise, the ques
tures have passed resolutions firmly tion of changing the present con
endorsing President Roosevelt’s stand stitutional provision for U. S. sen
against t rusts and urging congress to ators may be submitted to a vote of
pass laws In line with his policy to the people, a large majority of whom
would unhesitatingly abolish the
present system. The action of a
Representative Einrnitt made an sufficient number of state legislatures
effort to have the fish law amended, dispenses with the necessity of action
•o that people in Klamath county on the part of the U. 8. senate, most
could catch trout during winter when of whose members are opposed to a
they are best to eat, but the matter change.
was crowded out of consideration in
the rush of winding up the business
John D. Rockefeller, the money
Of the session. The law remains the king, has given $1,200,000 for an in
same as it has been.
stitution of medical and pathological
Senator Mitehen and Representa research, to be established and main
tained in New York, and proposes to
tive Moody were interviewed in
additions to the fund as they
Washington regarding the outcome
needed. Rockefeller has
of the Oregon senatorial contest and
sufferer from dyspepsia
Bestowed high encomiums on the
to find anything in
ability and character of Hon. Chas.
cure bis chronic
W. FultoD, senator-elect. Senator
Simon was also interviwed, but he stomach-ache doubtless inspires him
to an effort to improve such science.
had nothing to say.
He would undoubtedly give a million
Those who witnessed the workings dollars a year for the appetite and
of the late legislature report that digestion of a common farm hand.
Representative Emmitt was one of
the leaders in that body and was so
This judicial district, comprising
Recognized by his fellow-members, the counties of Josephine, Jackaon,
lie was prominent as a member of Klamath and Lake, will Boon have
committees, as well a» on the floor of two district attorneys as well as two
the bouse, and performed bis dutias judges, if the bill, making such
ably Mxi conscientiously.
provision, and which was introduced
in the legislature by Representative
It requires no less a person than
Emmitt, is approved by the governor.
bero of San Juan HUI to suoceas- The bill provides that A. E. Reames.
present prosecuting attorney for the
C. H. WITHROW.
STATE LAN» BOÀRI).
SHERIFF S SALE.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. 1 the 24th day of March, 1903 lie names
Mary F Tielren. ol
By virtue of a warrant ¡Mut'd by the > L akhvikw , U rkgo . n , .limitary 20, 1903. f Ashland, Oregon ¡George AV. Trefren. ol
l»<> a General lund Locating Had
County Clerk ami ex-officio C'erk of the | Notice is hereby given that in com Ashland, < begun . J. 8 Bailey, of Shake,
ncas. Surveying and Cnnvcyancln,
County Court of the State of Oregon, : pliance w ith the provisions of the act of
for the County of Klamath, to me Congress of June 3, 1878, entitle,I “All Oregon ; Ji me ph R. Itelvendahl. of 81. a Specialty. All Bualneaa Promptlj
directed, commanding me to eell the act for the sale of timber lands in the Francis, Minn. Any and all |«'mona Attended to. Office In City Hall
several tracts or parcels of real propel tj states of California, Oregon. Nevada, churning adversely the ai«>ve de.crils'd
embraced in the delinquent tax list for and in AVashington Territory,” as ex lands are requested to file their claim,
tn this office on or la-fore said 24tli day
the year 1901, which is hereunto an tended to all the Public Land States by of
nexed and made part of this notice, to act of August 4, 1892, the following per
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
the |>erson who will pay the taxes, costs sons have this day tiled in this office
and accruing ¡a-nalties thereon, and their sworn statements towil:
Notice I or Publication.
take a certificate at the lowest rate of
Proprietor of Freight üngons.
interest, I shall continue the sale from I of Stayton, county of Marion, state of
Department of the Interior i
day to day, beginning on the 28th «lay I Oregon, sworn statement No. 1725, for
Land Office at Lakevieiv, Oregon,
of February, 1903. until all of said real the purchase of the SEL NAV'i. E1,
February II, 1903. j
estate shall have been sold.
8AA'1.', Sec, 2. and NE'< NAA L, Sec. II,
, Notice is heiebv given ihat tin fol-
Am't of T. 37 8., R. II E., AV. M.
[ <>Hing-nnmt«l settler Ims liU.I n<>ti •«• of
to date I of Stayton, county of Marion, state of lit« intention to make final proof in »up-
isirt oilin« «him, »ml Dial said proof
and pen- i Oregon, sworn statement No. 1726, for «ill
I m - ma.le |».f„ro J,.». )f. |iriw.„|)i
Sec Tp R allien.
the purchase of the SAV’-J NEL N.L
< oiintv Clerk, nt Klamath Falla, Oregon
NEL, Sec. II, ami NAA '4 NAA L,
Anna P. Beale—north
on March 28, 1903, , ix:
half of south half. .. 24 40 7
17 49 ' 12, T. 37 S., R. 9 E„ AV. M.
John F. Potter,
C. C. Beale—south
IL E. No. 2941, for the N L 8EL . 8AVL
Lyons, county of Linn, state of Ore
halt of south half .. 24 40 7
17 49 of
' "’'I NK'4.8ee.
gon, sworn »tatement No. 1727, for the r * 8, R. II E. ’' AV.
«Wl'rompt and .»refill attention
Thoa. G. Cox—north
purchase of the E1., SEL,
to all order*.............
Sec. II, "nd 8AVL NAVL, i
T 37 the follow mg witnv»»..» to prove hi»
■ contirinons residence njmn and cultiva
northeast qr south
H., K. 9 E., AV. M.
west qr, southeast
,""1’ 'ii: M,k''
AVilliatn II. Swank,
Oreg.,,,; Charle. Poul«.,,. „(
qr north we tqr....... 20 37 0
12 27 of Lyons, county of Linn, slate of Ore > « rri
AVtnnie E. Ramsey—
gon, sworn statement No. 1728, for the Meir ’ r<*"n;
northeast qr north
purchase of the EL NAA’L and AV1
east qr, lots 3, 4. . . . 21 40 7
NE'4, Sec. 12, T. 37 8., R. 9 E.
northwest qr south
west qr, southwest
Cleanliness and Good Work
of Stayton, county of Marion, state of
qr southeast qr, lots
Oregon, sworn statement No. 1729, for I imber Culture, f inal Proof.—Notice
1, 2, 3....................... 22 li» 8
the purchase of the 8AVL', Sec 12 T
Lot 1......................... 26 40 8
37 8., R. 9E., AV. M.
for LONDON AND
east hi northwest qr,
That they will offer proof to show
I viTKii S tatzs L a . vh (»» hcc ) I
north hf northeast
that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber and stone than for agri-i S O. . . 1 'm'’ ?',hl“ Hnmillon
southwest qr, lots I,
cultural purposes and to establish their
2................................. 27 40 8
18 48 claim to said land before Jas. H Dris-1
final pmof Is'iore C. n“ Wdhrow i '
}or reliable Information concern-
col). County Clerk, at. Klamath’Fall« Ki""1""1,,""l0""r- "t hi" office in | lug public lands go to J. w. Ilniua-
west qr southwest
tlie mt ' i
"it Sutnrday *»r; get the lienetit of thirty vear»
ffr............................. 8 39 10
"lri "|ipllcation No. 12(16 for it.,.
And on Saturday, the 28th (lav of
February, 1903, at the hour of 10 o’clock
Mil in Xo
l’ni l"WH -I
a. m. of said «lav, and fr< tn day to day
NOIll'E F or l,UBLIU4Tn
».«95 M«» lUnge No. 10 E \V M
j thereafter, at the Court House door,
I Klamath Falls, in Klamath County,
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.)
'Oregon, I will sell the atsive described
"< r,'of liHi'r?’ ,,<<’r'V'>n; Henry 8< ho.
I. aksvikw , O rroo «, Dec, 27, 191'2.1
real estate for cash, subject to redemp
Notice i» hereby given that in com
tion, to satisfy warrant, costs and ac-j
phiincc w it), the provision» of ti e act
| cruing costs, as aforesaid.
—_______ j” "• B kattain , Register.
< ongre»» <>( June 3, 1878, entitled "Ard
Klamath Falls, Oregon, January 29,
•ft for the »»le o( tintlier I ho .I» in thd
still.'« "f Cnliforniii, Oregon, Nevadtl
8. T. SUMMERS,
and At »"hington Territory,” ■» extemll
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
*<"” •11 the Public Un.l States hd
k a in M
|,na. h ( ol”>ly lip to act of August
1892, Angie Hamakerl
Timber luind, Act June 3, 1878—
he scratch of a pin may cause the repairing of th.? hli ' '’*’P"3, ,or ,h" ” l onan»«, Countv of Klamath, Ststtl
"n J.o»t river, Of Oregon, has this.Inv filed in thi»<>fli<4
loss of a limb or even death when near the far,„ , <
known as thP \y’| 1
jAilgore, un<| her sworn statement No. 1683, for thtl
I UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,! blood poisoning results from the l>'ir»toine i.|.. .
" ’’r,<1««'. "«¡d re P",r< ''«"«- “I .....KE', of Section No II
| L akkvirw , O rfxion , January 29, 1903.( Injury. All danger of this may be
ownship N.Z 38 8., Range N<>. 12 E.|
■ ''«nnel of the river
Notice is hereby given that, in com
'H‘r <'ent tmut
ot live ami will offer proof to »how that tlJ
pliance with the provisions of the get .« avoided, however, by promply apply, T''e< mtrfrese Ve«,',’,°|m,’""iV •,H' b ,'"1'
and sought is more valuable for ill
, Congress of June 3, 1878, entitle,! “An intr Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
it |K «ny or all hid.,
ll'" right to reject imber or stone thiin for agricultural
act for the sale of timber lands in the an antiseptic and quick healing Uni
|un | o es. nnd to cstHl.lish her claim
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
"«Id I hih I L'fore J. <). Hanmker, U. 4
for sale .
1 AV ashington Territory,” an extended to inent for cut«, bruise« and burns’
' ommi»»ion..r, nt Bonnnxa. Oregon. "4
all the Public Land States by act of For sale by Chitwood & Co.
"''•«y, 'he 20th day of March H«4
I 1 have tersale 120 (ir
August 4, 1892, John E. Janssen, of
of land at Him names «« witnesses:
D F. I'riM
SEED WHEAT LOR SALE.
Klamath Falls, countyol Klamath, state
"Hunted I] mile« «out li *”".of llonanxa.Or , John Driscoll, <4
of Oregon, has this day filed in this office
"r.; .1»«. H. Bunn, ol Bon«n|
on Hinge road; '
his sworn statement, No. 1763, for the
A.iv '’’t 'iJ>' H,lr’L ”• Ronan««, "r|
fat He or "Imep,
the a a N
w I l><*Ht
ror a sale. Og||
y nml nil ;».rsons claiming a.lversclffi
J ar . T obin .
of Section No. 11, in Township N’
the nlioye .|,.»(.ri|M.,| |Hn,l» are req.... t«4
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8., Range No. 9 Ë. W. M.,*and will Stukel bridge.
at till- |(K|,
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J. B. MOORE
OF ALL KINDS.
None of the ani
mal survivors of the
Deluge are slaugh
tered and served to
allowed on the block.
All stock young, fat
and tender. Thus,
appetites for meat
may be gratified
without wearing out
T rade M arks
C opyright « 4 c .
Anyone «ending a >ke«rh «nd deacrlption mo
quietly ««certain our opinion free whether rh
Invention is probably patentable. Commantra.
t ion« strictly confidential. Handbook on Patente
»•nt free. Oldest agency for aecuring patenta.
Patenta taken through Munn Â, Co. receive
tpeciol notice, without charge, in the
ha,|L Sold by all
J) 3$1Bre«dw»y. I
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