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pr.s.l tu »Im» U"'*
is more valuable (ol il» I.......
than l.u «uti. ultur»! puri-«-.
Chiabluli I iuc I híii »
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C. II. Withrow, t'.s. (omnussim •
Klamath Fall», Oregon, on M. i»t •
thelMbdayof M.n I’.»«. He > <«»•
G. Ncttlwrl.ol I
Fall». Oregon: F. M. Shei-tr.l. ol Mau
at h Falls, Oregon; Ueurv
Klamath Falls. Oregon: bred
of Klamath I-alls. Oregon
iHTSona claiming adversely 1''** 1 ' ,
descril«.! Ian !» are rnpieste.l to «
their elidios in thia oline on or I* wr*
sHi.l 18th <lav ef May. Il<*3.
E. M. BKAFl AIN. Register.
Th* many friends of John Bimini
will la- pleased lo learn that he has
A. F. Kobe» of Roseburg was Iwtt' entirely recovered from his attack of
Balm cured him after the best <!<»•-
M. T. Maustield of Lakeview
tors in the town (Monon. Ind.) lutd
failed to give relief. The prompt
W. J. Eddy of Pokcgama was in relief from pain which this liniment
affords Is alone worth many times its
Mrs. C. E. Worden lias lieen quite cost. For sale by ChltwiHid A Co. •
sick tills week.
C. T. Silvers of Crystal was at the
A two-horse power and drug
Falls over Sunday.
Timber Land. Act June 3. 1878 —
H. M. Ackley arrived from New wood-sawing machine, all complete
Notice for Publication.
York city on Monday.
Chas. Roberts arrived homo last
UNITED STATES I.A*’1» OFFICE. J
tOacresof limiter for sale, inqulreof
Friday from Salem.
L akrviicw , O kk . ios , Jnnmirv '.J I■lu'-
J. 11. WlTlIKOW,
Notice is lieiebv given that, m l'"",
Win. Morgan of Ft. Klainatli was
pliance with the provisions of '
at this place Tuesday.
Con g i et«* oí June 3, I87H, viitill<’<l •
READ IT THROUGH-
net for lite sale of limta-r btn.ls in the
G. D. Brown of Crystal was doing
»late» of California. Oregon. Neva-la an.
J. F. GOELLER, Proprietor.
business here Saturday.
’TwoulJ -Spoil This Story to Tell It I , Washington Territory,” ■«» exlemln
tom. the Public latml Mate» hi a.
In the Headlines.
S. Ogle and wife were down from
I of August 4, 1892, Sarah J- Burnham, o PHioand Specification» Furnished on All Kinds d
Klamath Agency this week.
! Bonanza, coutil» of Klaniiilh. »tate <’
* Buildings and Contracting and Building
It«» this .1«. tiled
S. E. Martin and wife were up phrase, this Is an “o’er true tale. Oregon,
on the Installment Plan.
Having happened in a small Virginia
from Merrill tile first of lhe week.
purchase of the SW
<E\. of Ny.... .
town in tile winter of
No. 9. inTownsliip No. Ill S-, lutnge
infinite variety of nmlwrlal and work furnialHNl bv thl. t ,|||
A. A. Davis of Silver Lake made a
No. 13 E. W. M„ ami a ill offer pr.s't to
| story very much of the present,
s>"mt» W.ssl t’arvlnu. Stair R«IU. Halu.trr. and Newel ......... Ilrack«,,
business trip to tills town Monday.
show that lhe land sought
inore V« Store
i to a short time ago Mrs. .lohn E.
-vmk, «.«»b I' »"» «ml Blind», ('.»tier and Base HI'» k», E*thj
liable for its timber or stone (..an tor Scroll ai"l
Wer Kwrand Wind..» Frame«, I'nlpita and Pew Ernie. s|,i„,|ti
F. W. Broadsword of Lorella made limn, of Melfa Station, Va., ha
agricultural pur|sises. and to e»la>'ll»l'
a business trip to the Falls on Tues personal knowledge of the rare cura her claim to »«id lami t'Ctoie J. O liai" «KLi"r." lardw.re. ................I'”1 Moulding and GI bm . ElaiaHuii« ami l«.,lgnt'(
S. ('ommissioner. at Botuinza.
HutaX.!' Gnuind »•"'4
tive properties of Chamberlain’s aker, U.
Oregon, on Saturday, the lililí day oi
Jay Walker, of the Hotel Oregon, Cough Remedy.
Ik»1 work *»'l material, «ml in tlx- latest «nd iikmi I approved «tt I«..,
“Last January,” Mnv, 1903. She names as witnesses:
_.f Bominzl. Oregon,
...... .. aker, oi
at Ashland, is a Klamath Falls vis she say», “my baby took a dreadful .1 I*. Halli
of llomin*«, Oregon,,
S. W. Hamukcr,
cold and at one time I feared she Willis Webber, of I
EXC H ANGE
Drs. Merryman and Hargus were at would have pneumonia, lint one of my John Driscoll, oi
Merrill Tuesday on professional bus neighbors told me how this remedy Any and «Il |«-r»oiis c
Ilio alHive-dv»ci il—I
\V. W. MAZON, Proprietor,
had cured her little boy and I began ed lo file llieir elaini» in Ibi» office on
before aaid I6tli <l«v
C. A. Bunting and Mrs. Grayball of giving it to my baby at once and it
E. M. BKATFAIN, Register.
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
1 heartily thank
Merrill were Falls visitors Friday soon cured her.
the manufacturers of Chamberlain’s
TIMBERLAND. UTJI’NEJ. 1*7*.
Horst's boiirileil by (lay, week or li. jutb,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICA T1ON.
Capt. O. C. Applegate has returned Cough Remedy for placing so great a
uy iHi'l firain bought tint! Hold.
to Klamath Agency from his trip to cure within my reach.
VXITEI> i^TATKH I. IX 1» <
l< K .
to al) piirta of Southern Oregon
recommend it too highly or say too
Salem and Portland.
Txikevivw, Oregon, iVcvtiibvr
the very lowest rates.
much in its favoi.
1 hope all who
Notice is hereby given that in com
II. T. Chitwood arrived home Sun
read this will try it and be convinced pliamr with the provisions oi lhe act < i
day morning from Ashland where lie
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
as 1 was.”
For sale by Chitwood & Congrrss oi June 3, IH78, riilillvd " An
visited his family for a week.
act for the sale of timber ¡amis in the
statvH of California, Oregon, Nevada, Linkville.
N. S. Merrill came up from Mer
ami Washington Territory,” aa extend
rill Tuesday to participate in the
ed to all the Public Land States by act
of August 4, lS'.L*, James A. ( arley, oi
session of county commissioners.
Three of my cattle have been miss Plainview. County of Wabasha. State of
W. T. Slnve of the Duffy Co., left ing since last fall.
They have the Minnesota, has this day filed in tinsolli» c
hia sworn statement No. 1717, f'jr the
il e i
Monday for Montague where he goes following marks:
A split in the purchase of the L<»t I of Section N*». I.
to meet some traveling men and buy right ear and an upper slope on the in Township No. 37 S.. Range No. ‘J, I
Reference bv |M>rinia*lnn '
Naltonal Batik and A-lorta having*
left ear. They are branded on the W. M., and will offer proof to show that
Bank <>l A»lorla, Oregon
the hind sought is inure valuable f'»r its
II. W. Marple left for the railroad right hip. (IIP) II P connected. They timlwr or atone than for agrietihmal
i >|,|»Miit< ('min
Fall*, Or. I'bonc, Mam |O4.
the fore part of the week and is ex strayed from my pasture in Two-mile pui jMisvs, ami to establish his claim to
said land before J. W’. Ilamakar, I . S.
pected home this (Thursday) evening prairie. Whoever has watered and Commissioner,
at Klamath l alls, Ore
DRAKE a WALLING,
with a load of passengers.
taken care of such cattle will please gon, on Saturday, the 4lh »lay of April,
Attorneys and Counselors at let
Hon. R. A. Enimitt arrived home notify me, and I will come and get 1B03. He names as witnesses ; Joseph
C. Smith, of Klamath l ulls, Orrg 'ii;
from Salem last Friday and was shak them and will pay for feeding and Hiram H. W’rseott, of Klamath Palls,
Practice In Mate and lederai Court*,
I Oregon ; Joseph (». Pierer, of Klamath.
ing hands with friends at this place taking care of them.
aid I N< I .net < 'Hu e .
1 Falls, Oregon ; W'. I. Smith, oi Klamath
II. N. W1IITK1.INK.
on Monday and Tuesday.
' Falls, Oregon.
Any and all istsoum
kltnmlh I alia, Oregon.
claiming adversely the alsivr dcscril»rd
Hon. E. M. Brattain, register of
lamia are requested to tile tln ir claim*
the U. S. land office at Lakeview, was
For a long time tile two year old in tliiaofHee on or before said 4th day of
UNITED STATES l.iNDOI I H’E. I
here Tuesday and yesterday on bis child of Mr. P. L. McPherson, 59 N. April, 1903.
L asivibw , <*a*»>s, Nov.il. I‘.»rj. )
E. M. B kktthn , Register.
way to Portland.
11c left for the Tenth St., Harrisburg, Pa., would
Nolte» i* lierrby gtvrn II ,t ih ohi
sleep but two or three hours in the
pl.aarv villi Ilo- |,r„n>i>>i.• ni lite art <>l
l'ongn-Mof Jntn- 3, 187», < iilillr,| * An
Mr. Elliott, traveling route agent early part of the night, which made,
«et tur thè »»Ir of tiriti» r l»nd» ih thè
for Wells Fargo & Co., arrived here It very hard for her parents.
Notary Public and Com ry an.er.
»tate« oi California. Oregon, N< vada,
today to re-equip the local express mother concluded that the child had
KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
and Washington Trrriiurv." m ••*-
L akkvikw , U rkco N, January 2lt, 1903. ) tandsd lo «Il lhe l'ublic fwxl -tal,.« In
office and adjust any other mat stomach trouble, and gave her half of
Notice 1» hereby given that in com mini Aiiguti 4, |M>3, K>'l*rl II. Dr<w
IMlMHirLILS <M Rl III KAlt
one of Chamberlain's Stomach and pliance with the provi-ion» of the act of <>i A»itland, countv <>f .In- k»<>n, »tate
ters growing out of the late fire.
Coligre»i> of June 3, 1K7H, entitle.! “An <if Oregon. In» ili!« <|»y
F. J. Bowne arrived here Tuesday
Meet nn the first ninl third Tliuts
act tor the »ale of tint tier lan<ta in the office hi» »«orti »talrnient No l«IO, (or
< ntlcrrs ar-
evening on his return home from ins stomach and she slept the whole HtatM of California, Oregon. Neva.1«, thè pttreha»» »1 thè 8W '4. ••( 8,.<ttoo •lays of every inon'h.
eastern trip. He expects to soon be- j night through. Two boxes of these ami in Washington Territory,” a» ex N". 10, in 1. » nabip No i ' . ILangi Hat I le llazcn. N. <».; Francis Mglrr.
tended to all the Public Laud stat.'» by
gin work on an irrigating system for Tablets effected a permanent cure and act of August 4, 1S92. the inllnwing per- No. 7 E, W. M . «n,l «ili offrr pr<a,( V. G.; Allee Hoeller, Net. ; Heberts
lo show tliat Ihe lai ,| », tight t* ni ire I mini .tin. Treasurer.
his large tract of land near Bonanza. , she is now well and strong, r or sale ' wons have this day filed in this office valnable fot ila under or »ione tirali
• i tlieir sworn statements tow it:
tur igrieiiltiital iiurpave». «nd lo rotali'
Jno. and Fred Flock of Klainathon
STILL ON AT
) Child’s Shoes, NOW 70, 80 and 00 cents,
Child’s Shoes, Now $1.00, $1.10 and $1.25.
Child’s Shoes, Now $1.10, $1.15 and $1,25.
$4.50 Men’s Shoes, Now $2.25.
$3.50 Men’s Shoes, Now $1.75.
KLAMATH FALLS PLANING MILLS,
EAMES & JENNINGS,
SADDLE AND HARNESS
Shop in Eastern Oregon.
C. C. MALTBY & SON, Props
The Maltby Saddle is Known
and Recognized as the Best on
the Harket. C. C. Haltby has had
experience in saddlery in stock countries.
J. C. WHIFF.
F. L. WRIGHT.
Southern Oregon Marble Co.,
All kinds of Cemetery Work,
Marble, Granite, Iron Fencing and General Contracting
in Stone Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
P. O. box 65.
uring the Next Thirty Days to prepare for the
Largest and Finest stock of millinery, ladies’ fur
nishing goods, trimmings, etc., ever brought to
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE, MR$£>rJti™.VD'
over the field for furnishing electric
power to any plant which might de
sire to employ such service and also
Published every Thursday by
for lighting purposes.
ferred with Mayor Provost and other
leading citizens and left on their re
E pitom axd P roprietors .
turn Saturday. Mr. Rosborough was
the late Democratic candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of California,
and is one of the war horses of that
party In the state. Mr. Churchill is
T hursday , march 5, 1903. a banker of Yreka.
Ex-Govemor Geer announces posi
tively that he wiff no* be a candidate
for the republican nomination for
Congress to succeed the late lion.
Thos. II. Tongue,
gives the following list of republi-
cans and democrats who have such
aspirations: Binger Ilermanfr, Rose
burg, republican) Frank Davey, Sa-
iem, republican; Claud Gatch, Salem,
republican; George C. Brownell, Ore
gon City, republican; L. T Harris,
Eugene, republican; B. L. Eddy, Til
lamook, republican; W. I. Vawter,
Medford, republican; A. E. Rcames,
Jacksonville, democrat; J. W. Ham
flton, Roseburg, democrat; J. K.
Weatherford, Albany, democrat; W.
A. Miller, Lebanon, democrat; R. A.
Miller, Oregon City, democrat.
BIG FIRE IN PGRTLAND.
Fire broke out In the Dekum
building at Portland early Tuesday
rooming, destroying property valued
at *225,000. All losers held insur
ance.- Cause of the Are is not report-
AN EXTRA session .
On the 2nd Inst., President Roose
velt issued a proclamation, calling an
extra session of congress to meet on
the 5th fnwt., to attend to important
business neglected by the regular
Session which adjourned on the 4th
Onion sets at Baldwin's Hardware
Reliable Waltham watch in 20-year
filled case, *12.00, at Van Valken
TENDENCY OF THE TRIES.
The tendency of medical science
is toward preventative measures.
The best thought of the world is be
ing given to the subject.
easier and better to prevent than to
cure. It has been fully demonstrat
ed that pneumonia, one of the most
dangerous diseases that medical men
have to contend with, can be pre
vented by the use of Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always
results from a cold or from an attack
of influenza (grip), and It has been
observed that this remedy counter
acts any tendency of these diseases
toward pneumonia. Tills has been
fully proven in many thousands of
cases in which this remedy has been
used during the great prevalence of
colds and grip in recent years, and
can be relied upon with implicit con
Pneumonia often results
from a slight cold when no danger
is apprehended until it is suddenly
discovered that there is fever and
difficulty in breathing and pains in
the chest, then it is announced that
the patient has pneumonia. Be on
the safe side and take Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy as soon as the cold Is
contracted. It always cures.
sale by Chitwood & Co.
C. H. MilTHROW,
STATE LAND BOARD.
li»h hi» dami tu »ai l hmd l<vi<>rv C.
II. Uithrow, I . S, ('ornmi»iloi rr, ni
Klaniatli Iall», Oregon, mi T iicm I hv ,
thè •-•(Ih day <>( March. BW Ile nano »
a» «itne»»»»: Mary J
To lteti, •»(
Do a General land Locating IttW-
A»hland, Or.-g n .
W. Tu irt-n. ol
A»hlan<l, Ongon . J.S Ijailev.ol Mtnkr, MM. Surveying and Conveyanvlat
I Oregon, sworn statement No. 172«. for Onn-n; Jrwrph H. Klve„.|«|,|, ,,f Hi. a Specialty. All Hcalnes* Promptly
If it's a bilious attack, take Cham the purchase of the SW1, NE!,. NJ, franria, Mmn. Anv and all |ta>rwxi» Attended to. »Office In City Itail.
See those Crater Lake and Klam
chtiniing mlvenely tlir «bove drwritiod
ath Falls souvenir spoons at Van berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets I NE1*, Sec. II, «ml NW', NW', Hev.1 I.»liti- ire rcpirj.h-,1 in fj t h«-ir « Illune
I 12, T. 37 8., R. 9 E„ W. M.
¡in . Ibis
and a quick recovery is certain. For
. ...... • —
- mm I 24lh <I hn
John F. Potter,
stile by Chitwood A Co.
* i of Lyons, county of Linn, sta'e of Ore- •>l Marcii, inox
E. M. 1BUTTAIN. Reghtrr.
l gon, sworn statement No. 1727, for the
purchase of the F.1
4 s|.;i ■ SE1,.
Notice l or Publication.
Sec. II, ami SW1, NW'., Sec. 12 T 37
Proprietor of Freight Htngont.
' S., R. 9 E„ W. M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
William IL Swank,
I of Lyons, county of Linn, state of Ore
Everything «Ione with
tffice in rooms formerly occupied gon, sworn statement No. 172» for the
I piirchaee of lhe E‘, NW ', «nd W ',
neatness and di»;>at< l>
by Dr. Kearnes. I’hone 31.
N'E'4, Sec. 12, T. 37 S., R. 9 E.
Klamath Falls, Oregon,
I of Stayton, county of Marton, state of
, Oregon, sworn statement No. 1729, for
the purchase of the SW1. Sec 1’ T
. 37 S., R. 9 E., W. M.
That they will .,ff(-r proof to »how „
that the land sought is more valuable ”■ I- N". 2041. I.,r H„. X •' M' i uw i
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
G. W. STEPHENSON
OF ALL KINDS.
None of the ani
mal survivors of the
Deluge arc 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 opyrights & c .
Anyone tending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
inrention is probably patentable. Cotnmuniea.
Hons Htrlotjy conOdentlai. Handbook on Patents
•ent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
P«*nnts taken through Mann A Co. receive
rperpxf doUee, without charge, in the
A handsomely fllWtrated weekly. !argent cir
culation of any scienUftc journal. Terms. $3 a
year; four months,
Scad by all newsdealers.
U. S. Commissioner and land
J. B. MOORE,
" y * w H ■ . H
A s ■ ■■ k H
J. O. HAMAKER,
were here this week on business.
| of Stayton, county of Marion, state of
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE.
| Oregon, «worn statement No. ;725, for
They report that the railroad is still
the purchase of the SE' a NW', E*.
pushing this way, notwithstanding
4, Sec, 2, amt NF', NW
seed wheat for sale. Call on A. 1 .. • |SW»
1 r. 37 8., R. 9 E„ W M.
About 400 Bunnell, almut one mile south
men are now employed.
! of Stayton, county of Marion, »tale oi
THE ELECTRIC PLANT.
Alcxabdet B.- Rosborough, of Oak
land, and J. P. Churtffiill, of Yreka,
dfUcials of the Siskiyou Electric Pow--
Co., which is in.vtallihg the big plant
at FalP Creek, on the line of th«' new
Klatnsffh River Railroad, across the
Mate line fn CtMfornla, spent a couple
rtf days Irf Ashland last week,- on bus-
ihess connected with their company.
Uru- gentlemen were here to look
C. C. BROWl.R,
When you feel blue and that every
thing goes wrong, take a done of
Chamberlain’« Stomach and Liver
Tablet». They will cleanse and In
vigorate your Rkunach, regulate your
bowel«, give you a reJish for your
food and make you feel that In this
old world I k a good place to live, For
sale by Chitwood & Co.
j. n. nooRE,
GEO. H. MERRYMAN
22. 'cultural pur|H>»es and to establish
claim to said land la-fore Jas. 'll"
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
coll, County Clerk, at Klamath Faiis
Oregon, on Monday, the isth day <,(
They name as witnesses;
Klamath Lodge No. 77, A. F. & A. M.
Smith, of Klamath Falls, Oregon-'lli-
Meets Saturday night on or before mm Westcott of Klamath l alls.’ltre
gon; Lafe Diomas, of Stat ion, Oregon
the full moon.
Sled Rock, of Slayton. Oregon,
Montgomery, of Stayton, Oregon ; John '
W. T. SniVK,
K y T aylor ,
li V’ l"'u 0 r
I " ‘"‘“'ti
W. M. ¡1.
Swank, oi Lyons, Oregon.
Anv and all |wrsou» claiming adverse
Iv the above-derentas1 land are request
ed to file their claims in this ofliee on
Services at the M. E. church on or before said I St h day of May, 1903.
E. M. B rattain , Register.
LINEVILLE HOTEL, ROOM
the first, third and fourth Sundays
of the month at 11 o’clock a. in. and
7:30 o’clock p. nt.
Sunday school each Sunday at lo I Sealed bids will be ..... '¡veil by tbe
.Comity Court of Kla.nalh County m,u,
o’clock a. tn.
9 <> clock a. m., March 6th, l!l03,'for the
The Baptist people hold their ser I repairing of the bridge on
vices the second Sunday of each near the farm of Si'«» Kilgore, «nd
known as Hie Wilson bridge, »a d re.
month in the M. E. church.
the if It
th^ following Witn.-MH to prove hm
"I’”" "’»I calliva
M - r
HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
«H* • Itali.,
« •'I. BRATTA IN, Regi.t, r.
,1. W. SIEMENS, Proprietor.
Cleanliness and Good Work
limber Culture, Final Proof.—Notice
Also Agent for LONDON AND
t .„J 'i|TI!®
L ami » Orne«,I
Feb. 9, BSI.1.Í
Glen lias ¡¡I t' k1'' " ll"1'
LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
For tellable Information concern
l”!H.f Isiore C. II. Withrow, ing public lands go to J. W. Hain»'
KÍsm.tlM''»n|¡7,Onr' at hiH
in kar; get the tienctlt or thirty y«*1*
tim I It). ,I.M < Vr,‘l,"n.
Siitur.hiy, I experience.
TIMBER I,AND, ACT JUNE 3, 187»-q
X,¿’ 120,‘' ,or
ship No is 's S|'.
<•"' L tn Town-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
B., W. M.
UNITED A-ATEH LANI' J^
^'hmolir í i/H * itiieHNffl :
''-a'>.0iD«ir^7;;*r,go',:b I'. I»" k
L akkvikw , O kkoon , Dec. 27, I O-’J
Notice i» hereby given that m
; purs to include a new span acrora flu. "er, <>f Dsir?' .',Or"K'’": • »'"ry Hh„.
channel of the river. A de,»" ,t 7,
|>liain*v with H im |,rovi«ioli» <>( tl ••
Save money by making your home larient must accompany each 11
C'ongre»» of June 3, IH7H, ciilitl'-i ‘‘AN
M. B rattaim , Register.
net fo> the »ale of timber land« in >‘"j
stead, timber and other tilings with . The Court reserves tin. tight to reieJt
Htnfi'H <>f Cnlifornin, Oregon, Ne'|,"‘'j
C. H. Withrow, IJ. S. Commissioner, i any or all bids.
and Wuahirigton Territory,” «» i xl«1'1']
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
J as . H. D riscoi . l , County Clerk.
<-d to all the Public. Lnnd Miile"
blrls1'‘¡','ta.l".y '’l,,rk wl11 rw'’i'e waled ret of Angitat 4, |S92^Angx’ llim"'>“'irj
Timber Land, Act June j, 1878—
of Bonanza, County of Kluinatli.
'-ton'ofc, ,,,,,Khlered at the next »<*«- of Oregon, hnathindnv filed in tin»"»11]
Notice for Publication.
Healed bid«, accompanied by
................ » her »worn »tatenx-nt No. 1693, l".r >>'1
specifn ations and strain diagrams t di I h,‘»< r Wts\i .
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,»
pttreha»" of the bE1* of Section N"- 'I
Im rece ved by the Conn!/ ", ;t
L akkvikw , O rbgon , January 21», 1903.)
from gtccti tnTowitahip No. 38 S., Range N<>. I-H
Klamatli County U[, t„ (J
‘ I ulne ti» i ’ ?
Notice is hereby given that, in com- «t
.; >«03, iortbicLnsM^;;,^ ! uid tn I- hi 1/' ,,"'r,’"«>'ly «easonctl, and will offi r twoqfcU** aliuw lliiiLM
pli«nce with the provision» of the act of
in tim 'o
Congress of June 3, 1878,
1H78, entitled - “ ‘An I budge across the Klamath
i, wi.lO bernreS.ft1 i'""1' W<H’'1
act for the »ale of timber land» in the i Keno ;said bridge to be |H
“f in Jeen!
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atatea of California, Oregon, Nevada and and the spans of same to be not n
Washington Territory,” as extended to ceed 17 feet. A deposit of (ivi. ,er.,7, 1,1,mil«! nccoinpiuiy all < 'ornmiHRioner,
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«II the Public Land State» by act of must accompany each bid
| Friday, the 20th day of Msrch IlHj
Aiigiiat4, 1892, John E. Janssen, of reserves the r.ght to reject any o^
I She tinmea n» witneaaent
D. F. Da
Klamath Falla, countyof Klsmath, alate
' "II, of Bonanza, Or ; John Di i-roll 1
J*"- II. D riscoll , Cwmty Clerk.
of Oregon, has this day filed in this office I
! Bonanza, Or.; Ja«. II. Bunn, of Bonaf
his sworn statement, No. 1763, for the
za, Or.; L. i>. Burk, of Bonanzn, J
- Any nnd nil persona claiming adver«!
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M/» — II,
1 - 1 in
in ■ Township
n al, — t No. ■>?
1 llic nlHive-dencribed land» ar« re<|in-»l'
8., Range No.
E. W. M., and w ill
, to file their claim» in thin office otl 1
- before »aid 20th dnv of March, 1903.