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NOTIVLi or DISSOLU HON.
Ilkeh to materialise soon.
Houston Bios- are building an »d-
Thu co-partnership heretofore
dilion to the weal side of the opera 1st Ing between the uuderelgncd umili
linn name and style of Willson A
Publialied every Thursday by
Jas. O'Neill has completed a new the
Heidrich has been this day dissolved
house in the eastern part of town.
mutual consent, Otto lleldileh re
WESLEY O. SMITH,
Jus. Mongold pu'i’hased of l'loyd by
tiring from said business. All moneys i
E ditor ani » P roprietor .
or owing to said linn are payable
with building, for 82.600. Mr. Mon due
I*. Willson and all diliga! Ions of
gold has tit ted up half of the build-1 said co-partnership
will be disellai ped
ing In tine style for a barbel shop and ,
t.'OO bath rooms.
One year (in advance)......................
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Chas. Tice has completed the erec
this 15th day of June, tim i.
I». W illson ,
Fred Houston has the ¡ uiii I mt on
the ground for a new residence ill the
OUR PRESENT AND FUTURE
southeastern part of town.
Nolice I or Publkation.
Kd. Jameson has a new residence in
IJepaitinelli ot III»' llilerior, »
Those who have looked forward to course of construction in the eastern
i.aild Otliee al l.»kcvlew. *»' ■ ►'•»I». ?
Jllll»’ 9. I*u. ’
unprecedented growth anil develop end of town.
Nollee I» liereby glven tliut ili»1 foli,»»ili.
ment here this year have not been
Geo. Blehr. lias just completed a| 1 uained
aettler ita» llleil noi ice ol hla lnleiiil»»n
disappointed. Highest expectations neat cottage on his lots, east Oi the I toiuake linai proci In »<ip|»»rt »1 Ili. l’iauii.
«alti pinot »ili be iu»<ie bclore !»• Il
lack little of realization and extreme Klamath House.
1 liriH'oll.Coiiniy Clerk, »1 Klauialli fall-, <»>«•■
conservatism marvels at the unusual
Dr. II. B. llargus has let the con gou. uu Juiy 20, I ihki . via:
l.ouln A K owm »,
activity. As "coming events cast their tract for a stylish new residence on I II. K No. 2162. tor
Ilio SI? ,. 8ee. 7. T 32. S . I.
w. W. HAZEN, Proprietor,
|Ytp,K.W.M, Ha sama. iba lolhiwiug wiluei ■-
shadows before,” so future advance Is Conger avenue.
preceded liy well defined indications.
Chis. Lenz has Ixmght the new 1 l’iihh.ilon ol «ai»l land, re.ldence
vi«: .lame» licer».
EAST END, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Accordingly. Klamath's prospects barn of 11. P. Gahirneau and exp<‘ets I.OIUN Liranuau. K»l»ard lloyt. Ilarvey I. Scoli,
were never so bright or reassuring as to rebuild it and convert it into a ' allei Fort Kianialh. Ore
E M II. (TTAis. Iti’gl.ter
Horse« hoanlcil by <l«y. w<’<*k or month.
they are now.
The Influx of new people increases
The building heretofore used for Assignee’» Native of I Inal Settlement.
lluv ami (¡ruin bought mi'l Hohl.
from day to day. They come for dif the Ewauna House, lias been di 1 Notice Is hereby given that R. A Emmitt,
to nil part« of Southern Oregon
ferent purposes—some to secure the vided into three parts by Mr. and I aaalgnee of 1». J. Ferree, an hmolvent debtor,
has tiled in the Circuit Court of Klamatli Coun
little available government timber Mrs. Frank Ward two parts being I ty,
the very lowest rates.
Oregon, hl» final account a« such as>|gn< e,
that remains, some to buy deeded moved back and occupying corner ! and H al Saturday. August I t. A. D., l'A’3, lias am
lands and others seeking Investments lots oil the rear street. These have fiual account; that said hearing will be had
Telephone Connection Between Stable and Hotel
and business opportunities in the been Improved and rented as resi 1 at the court room of »aid Court, in the tow n ol
Klamath Fall«, said county ami stale, ou said
To accommodate the in dences. The largest portion of the i first
Phone Main 14
day oi August, A. 1».. INCH, al the hour of Linkville.
creased travel, stages have been com building remains on the hotel site, 1 10 o’clock a m of said day
pelled to add to their equipments and though moved back somewhat, and
It. A EMM ITT.
every hotel is taxed to its utmost ca has been repaired and enlarged and lyua
I Asaignoe oi D. J. Ferree, an lu«olvent Debtor.
will be used as a lodging house.
Property in Klamath Falls—des
W. W. Hazen is rebuilding and en
tined to remain the commercial cen larging his residence and will soon
ter of a county as large as the state have it tinished in tine style.
of Massachusetts— Is selling readily
M. L. Burns is putting up a large
Notice is hereby given that there
at advanced prices.
Values are barn cn his lots in Hie southeastern are funds in the county treasury for
steadily rising under the growing part of town. The building will be I the redemption of ail Klamath county
stimulus of demand and there is every I occupied as the training stables of , warrants protested on and prior to
reason to believe that they are lower Armstrong & Rantshy.
I Oct. II. 1898. Interest will cease from
today than they will be a year or even
Schallock & Daggett have the lum i this date.
a month hence. The activity in ber on the ground for a new ware
Dated at Klamath Falls, Ore., this
Klamath Falls is a criterion of what house.
.ting with Klamath Lake R. R. for all Points on S. P. R. R.
18th day of June. 1903.
is going on in all inhabited sections
Maj. C. E. Worden sold fifty-two
11. IL Van Valkenhurg,
of the county. .Numerous tiansfers feet on East Main street to J. B.
of property, new buildings and new Campbell, at 87 per foot, for a new I
enterprises, undertaken or projected, ¡blacksmith shop; thirty-two feet on
iNGER, EXPRESS AND FAST FREIGHT LINE and improvement, to some degree, on East Main street to Lesley Stearns,
In the -Cotinty Court of Oregon, for
every hand, mark the onward move at 8« per foot, for a new carpenter
LEAVE KLAMATH FALLS 8 A. M
shop; twenty feet on East Main street Klamath
ln the Matter of the Estate)
Extreme conservatism, wincing un to R. B. Jones, at 87.50 per foot, fur
ice:2 Mammoth Stables, Largest and Moat Centrally Located.
der the pain of forced evolution, a building for a second-hand store.
Wileon, dcceasetl )
?rs conveyed to all points at reasonable rates. Best frowns lugubriously and inquires: On the 25-foot lot which J. J. Sul Thomas CITATION
"What warrants this rush and livan bought of Maj. Worden fur 815 To L. M. Wihon:
given to stock.
growth?” The answer is easy—a per foot, will be erected a three-story
In the name of the State of Oregon:
Phone, Hain 13
Yon are hereby required to bo ami ap-
vast area of rich land made as pro building before fall.
R. W. MARPLE, Proprietor.
the above entitled Court, al the
ductive xs any on earth by irrigation;
Tile building occupied by the court in room
thereof, on Monday, the
billions of feet of choice pine timber, K lamath R epublican has been sold
third day of Augunt, 1V03, at 10 o'clock,
much of which, using Upper Klamath by Mrs. Wm. and Mrs. E. W. Huse a.
then and there to »how cause, if
kke and tributary streams, will find to Theodore Cameron, fur $900, and any m.,
you have, why an order of aalv of
an outlet to market through Klamath will be used as a residence and cand; Iota 1, 2, 3 and 4, ami SE’4 of M’^.
Falls; unexcelled water power, which I factory by Mr. and Mrs. Krause, re Sec. 1,T. 41, S., It. 13, E., Wil. Mrr.,
will facilitate manufacturing indus- cent arrivals from Jacksonville.
, Klamath county, Oregon, belonging to
I tries, sure to be established ere long;
Messrs. C. IL Withrow and J. E. waiil estate, should not lie made accord-
I the successful growing of cattle, hogs Goeller have laid, at considerable ex . ing to the petition of Jcffurson \\ ilson,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer '' and sheep, for all of which, and for pense, 700 feet of new sewer pipe in Administrator.
Witness the Hon. G. T. Baldwin,
and poultry-raising, the re- West Klamath Falls.
Judge of the County Court of the State
in all kinds of Fresh and ¡dairying
1 sources and climate are especially
W. T. Shive has sold to Dr. G. W. of Oregon for Klamath County, this
Salt Meats. Every variety adapted: ideal resorts for sportsmen Maston two lots on Main street, con 17th day of June, 1903.
and those who would escape the tor
Attest: J ah . 11. D riscoll , Clerk.
of Sausage always on rid heat of lower altitudes, lovers of sideration
.1. G. Pierce sold one lot in Klamath (HEAL OF COl’RT.)
. majestic mountain scenery, forests, addition to Frank Ward for 8100; one PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
lakes and crystal streams. All con- lot to Miss L. M. Sauber for 8100;
1 tribute to tlie growth of the county one-half lot in Ewauna Heights to L. | To the Hon. County Court of the State of Or
egon, for Klamath County.
and insure permanent prosperity.
F. Medley for 870
We, the undertigned resident« and 1« gal
of Wood Ri\er pr’-chict, in •'ahi county
Let us briefly mention some of the
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON.
Maj. Worden sold two and one-half voter*
and state, reapectfully requcwl tliat a license to
I evidences of life and progress:
lots in Ewauna Heights to Chas. Tice ««•11 npirituou!«. malt and vinou* liquor* in 1»*-*
us on Lard, Mince Meats, Smoked Meats and Sausages ' The enterprise ot the Little Klam- for 8250; one lot to Jack Miller for quantitieN
than one gallon, in the precinct
f«»r a period of three tnonlh* from
! ath Ditch Co., which proposes by 8125; one lot to Ben Denny in Ewau atore*aid,
the «ixili day of A ukum , 19lKt, be granted to
UNEEDA MEAT MARKET
' dredging, to gain an exhaustless snp- na Heights for $100; two lots to M. \V M. Knight Of Ft. Klamatb, in *ai<l |>r»-<inct.
and your petitioner», aa in duly bound, will
i ply of water for irrigation and re L. Burns for 8225; two and one-half ever
A & A. LEWIS, Prop’s
claim thousands of acres contiguous lots to Wm. Miller, near school house, Baid jHflitlon will be presented to '■aid Court
on the 3rd day of July, l‘.mt.
to Lower Klamath lake, is an essen- for 8200; two lots to Henry Offen- Frank E Applegate’ Janie« Wheeler. Ranlllo
Reference by |i>*rn>i«aion ¡
i tial step in the direction of develop- bacher, in Ewauna Heights, for $250, Hcrara. Frank X Dom|».er, F -Urvent, \ ;dr»•>*
Nstion.il Itaiik and Attoria Huvin^«
Dumont, G S Hoyt, lx>uia Brannan, Daniel
' ing the county's resources. The ma-
Beit J(»nes sold to Maj. Worden Ryan Sr., W O Applegate, L C Hi«'more, r.>ank
........ ........... ........ Jrvgon,
I chinerv for dredging is now lieing ad- two and one-half lots in Ewauna Dompier, Al MelFiase, If D I •• •. J I. Vo-.-. J C
11 » HIM*, Klamath
Duggan. John FltiRvarld, Ed Miller. J C Wri*-.
justed'to the boat, built for the pur- ib . :,ts.
Full«, <ir. I'lione, Mam KM.
John Belling, O It Bunch, R M Morgan, J II
1 pose, and will be ready for work early , Arthur Lewis sold to Wm. E. Griin- Harbl ft. M P M an MH
«on, W i. 8iinp*on. L < Drake. I, A Row «r. John
' mett thirty feeton Main street, 240 Grey, R Mt ll.at>c, E W Here hberger, a 8 Hloggy,
The’ success of the big irrigating feet deep, for $30 per foot; he also Albert Martin. J F. Ardeil, Gun Hidic, W Moore,
project of the Merrill Mutual Canal bought the house on the lot for $200. Bird 1 a » o * Icy, James Hill, AC Tuttle,« ItCii»
Co. is assured, xs we are informed by
Joseph hrigg-, < ar!o« Blair, D I. Thompson,
Geo. W. Bever is laying out an ad ler.
C. C. MALTBY & SON, Props
Mr. Bever, one of the promoters. dition of forty-eight acres to West M(»ore, Gu« Meihaoe. Wm Kvtsdever, J I Nicho
Oflice—next door to th»» Oprrii Hot mo.
Civil Engineer Kline is now on the Klamath Falls, being the tract which las, M B Gardner, B J Deadmond, Eduard Coll and see our
Ronin 7*—*1 lot el Li»ik\il!<*
to make the permanent snr- he purchased recently of A. C. Lewis. J BC Taylor.
attention gi\t»n diMMM*ee <>( the
The Maltby Saddle is Known i ground
vey, and we are told that Messrs.
Yesterday P. L. Fountain sold to
eve— < il.iM«uH filled.
X-iley loiburalur)— Exaininatione 50
and Recognized as the Best on ed in the enterprise will arrive here Schallock & Daggett the store build Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878
ing which they occupy with their
the Market. C. C. Maltby has had from Portland immediately after the grocery; consideration $1.300.
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON,
I Fourth. This proposed irrigation , Maj. Worden sold one lot on Brooks
UNITED STATES I.AND OFFICE. I
years’ experience in saddlery in stock countries. J will convert thousands of acres of dry ' Avenue to Mrs. Ina M. I’rosser for ! L akeview
, O iikoox , February 28, 1903. t
' sagebrush land into luxuriant alfalfa $100.
Notice in herein- given that, in com
pliance with the provision* of the act of
As an impetus to growth, railroad
Congrea* of June 3, 1378, entitled “An
PHYSICIAN AM) SUROEON.
building st inds side by side with irri
act for the rale of timber land* in the
gation, and it is gratifying to know
elate« of California, Oregon, Nevada and
I'SlTKf» STATra I. and Orftcg,
kt Milco in rotini« formerly occupied
Lakeview. Oregon. May 29. 19U.1
Waahington Territory,” a* extended
that the line from Lairds to Pokega A sufficient
by Dr. tírame*. Piente 31.
contest affidavit having been to hi . the Public Land States by act
ma will soon push on toward Klamath filed in thia office by Nona (’«overt, contestant
Al ottica day and night.
Marvin Campbell, Hd entry no . 2466, of August 4, 1892.
Falls. Judge H. L. Benson and Judge . . against
made November 12, 1901, for XWJ4, Section 20,
¡Geo. T. Baldwin visited Pokegama i 1 Township 3# 8, Range 6 E, by Marvin Campbell Klamath, State of Oregon, haa thia day
Klitmatli Fulls, Oregon,
Dealers and Manufacturers of
(’onteMtee. in which it is alleged that Marvin
.Saturday and were assured by Mr. : Campbell
ba« absented himself from and filed in thia office hi* sworn statement i
Mason, who had arrived there on bus wholly abandoned
said land for more than No. 1873 for the purchase of the E1.. of
months last past and still continues m > to
iness. that the road would be extend- six
II*» M )■* °l
*4 of Section 20,
wholly abandon and absent t.imself therefrom 8EL4
(JEO. H. MERRY At AN
i ed this wav as soon xs possible. They to this date that no residence has ever been in Township No. 40 8, Range No. 8. E
thereon by said entryman or any W M.
• also report that Mr. Potter’s big saw- j ' established
other person and no portion of said land has
PHYSICIAN A SVROnON.
and will offer proof to show that the
1 mill, near the present terminus of the ever
been improved or cultivated, said parties
are hereby notified to appear, respond and lan»l sought i* more valuable for it*
: line, is nearing completion.
Office Over Uneola Market.
evidence touching said allegation at 10 timber or stone than for agricultural
The two gasoline launches to be offer
o’clock a in. on July 7, 1903 before Jas. H. purpose*, and to establish his claim to, Laundry called for and de
Ye carry a complete line of Whips, Robes, Blankets, Col plied on the lakes in this vicinity un and that final hearing will be held atlOo’clock said land before Jas. >1. Driscoll, Coun
der the direction of Capt. Short of a. M. on July 10, 1903, before the register and ty Clerk at Klamath Falls, Or, on Tues
livered to all customers.
lars, Sweat-pads, Fly-nets, Harness Oil and Soap.
Portland, are being constructed and Receiver at the United State« Land Office day the 4th day of August, 1903.
be here, ready for business, the | at The
lie names as witnesses: William
said contestant having, In a nroper affi
Giver Mounted Bits and Spurs. Braided work a specialty. will
». O. GRAVES
filed May 1H. 1903. <?t forth facts which Stonebraker and Lee Doten of Keim, Or,
fore part of next month. The larger
that after duedilligence personal service R. 8. Moore ami J. G. Pierce, of Klan-
We carry everything in the Harness and Saddlery line. boat is thirty-five feet long, with a i of show
this notice cannot be made, it is hereby or
and directed that such notice be given ath Falls, Or.
I have been making the Celebrated 15-horse power gasoline engine, and dered
I have had thirteen years of steady
by due and proper publication.
Any and all persons claiming adverse-
E. M. BaATTA IM, Register.
•ractice in making Harness and Har- Lakeview Saddle for the past four
ly the above-described lands are re
Office in tlie Itr.rvHi.icAx Building.
H arry B ailky , Receiver.
The other one is some smaller, with a
quested to file their claims in this office
ie*s goods. I let my work speak for teen years. My work will stand the | 10-horse power engine.
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
closest inspection. W m . G unther . 1 LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS AND SALES. j
G eo . W. B radley .
E. M. B hattain , Register.
rces Reduced to
j £XC1TAN< i IC
iMES & JENNINGS
ST®RN SïÂQg CO.
County Treasurer’s Notice.
WEST SID® STABDES
Jas. Sigler, Prop’r
nath Falls and Pokegama
rtest Route, Best time and Accommodations.
First Class Horses
Teams with or without Drivers
City Meat Market
^KLAMATH TRAININO STABLES^
Wm. Storm Jr., Prep.
Fhone Main 55
ÌOOD MEAT FOR THE TABLE
ARMSTRONG & RAMSBY
C. C. BROWER,
SADDLE AND HARNESS
Shop in Eastern Oregon.
mpleie Line of Harness and Riding Material
MRS. HONG SING
Restaurant and Laundry.
and al! kinds of strap work.
Ft. Klamath Saloon J.
n. hoore ,
D kpamtmkxt or thx Ixmion. I-----------------------------------------------------
The large addition to the store of
U kitrd status und errica,
Lakeview, Or»'(ton, M.y 29, 1903.
Reames & Jennings has been tinished
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878 -
A sufficient content affidavit nitvln* b»»en I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
and re-arranging goods in the dltTer- fflcd
in thin office by Alin. Kunilell conleniant
' ent departments lias received atten- • X.in.l Loci. A. War»! ltd entry No. 24r«>, made
12.1WI, for NE% Section 20 Town
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
tion this week. The store is now one • November
lily 3S S Kanire r, E, by Ixiiiln A. Ward, Con-
, O iikoox , February 20, l‘.n»3.
j of the most spacious and attractive I »■•tee, tn which It 1» alleged that Loula A. L akeview
Notice is hereby given that in com
Ward ha> abM-nted hlmkell from and wholly
I in Southern Oregon.
’rompt nml careful attention
abandoned raid land for more than alx month. pliance with the provision* of the act of
J. F. Goeller’s new residence is l»»t part end »till continue, ao to wholly ' Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
to all order*.............
ahonden and ab«enl hiinwlf therefrom to thia
about ready for the finishing touches, date.
That no residence ha. ever been e.t.b- act for the sale of timber lands in the
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. and in size anti style it ranks second llshed thereon by .aid entryman or any other states of California, Oregon, Nevada
DEALER IN MARBLE
and no part of •ai»l land ha* ever been and Washington Territory,” as exteml-
j to none.
Improved or cultivated ; «aid parfle. are here
GRANITE. IRON FENC
ed to al! the Public Land Mates bv
bsrisiarNT or th * Is Tram*, i
ING AND ALL KIND3
dence touching raid allcKallon at 10.»’«»loe-k a. act of August 4, 1892.
I sirrnt tatk » l.isnorrn r.5
85 ficient rock to begin the erection of mon July».. 1901. before Ja« I!. Orlwoll, Coun
OF CEMETERY WORK
l.»ki»l<»w, Or . June II. USTI »
Harvey L. Scott, of Klamath Agency,
his new office building on West Main ty Clerk at Klamath Fall., Or. and that Hnal county
urti.1«,Il hsvln* been
of Klamath, state of Oregon, has
will be held at 10 o’clock a. m. on July
lile»t>n Ilo. » nil-« by llarvui It W ihm I, con-
street, and the work of laying the 9, hearing
1903, before the Regl«ter and Receiver at the this day filed in this office hrs sworn Tourists Supplied
o»«t»m, ng»1,,«! f rank It Kiherhlse, ltd entry
' stone walls will be done by Stonema- United Ulate» I.and Office in l-akeview. Or.
statement No. 18112 for the purchase of
The «aid contestant having, In a proper affi
?•!' a ’i?"
S K' • S" ' ' f ‘ ' 'bm 21, To» ll«hlp
Jones as soon as lie is able to do davit,
flle.l May *, 1903. net forth fact« which the SEW SE,^ Sec 3.1 Twp 37 8 It 9 E
i ■ son
.17. H , It.ingr tn y. by f ,„„I, p Kih,,ridge, con-
it. The building will be two stories, • how tliai after due dilll*ence perronal i»er- N W'-4 NW».. Sec 3, E', NE'4 Sec 4, in
" i1'1'1' 11
"l'"K»d that Frank H.
The Klamath County Lhe Stocx ' forty-two feet wide and tinished in vice of this notice cannot be made. It I. hereby Township No. 38 S, Range No. 9 E W M
Ltherblgr Im* wholly h bniiflftnrtt Muni tract;
ordered and directed that «uch notice be given ,
iiim changvii |||N
Association will pay the above
by due aud pro|»er publication.
Klamath Lodge No. 77, A. F. Ä A. M. I >r more tliHii Mix montlm Ninrv making fr |(I
land sought is more valuable for its tim
E. M. mi.TT.fX, Regirter.
ward for the arrest and conviction
Ha.Rr B ao . ky . Receiver.
or stone than for agricultural pur
’-'i *H|<I ,’*r,y
^’‘t'»irr«l try law.
has been completed and the
ami that lie ha* pot resided iifmn naht traut
pose*, ami to establish his claim to said .ÂÏX",""1"''1"”.........
any person or persons found guilty of brewery
building is now ready for the carpen
» ' ” ”
Cuiinly for w»nrn
stealing or altering the marks or I ters, who will complete construc Slight injiiriea often disable a man land liefore C. H. Withrow, U. 8. Com VS. T. S uive ,
than five year«; salti parili’* are hereby noil-
• ’.'»Ji0 Hl’l'p’»r. rt-Mpond and offer ovidene«
brands of any stock belonging to any tion with as little delay as possible, i and cattse several days’ loss of time missioner at Klamath Falls, Or, on Sat
y T aylor ,
II» o’clock a. m on
i and when blood poison develops, urday, the 25th »lay of July, 1903.
member of this association.
H- Hriacnll. County
Otto Heidrich's new house is en-,
names as witnesses: W. E. Cope,
•e.J^i K •»oath Falln, Oreg., and that final
Address Chas. Horton. President closed and will soon be ready for oc-1 I sometime* result in the I okh of a hand 8. He
L. Scott and Geo. I,. Looslev of Klam
lor limb. Chamberlain’f) Pain Balm
•r J. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
DAUGHTERS op REBEKAH
Agency, Or., and A. M. Jamison of
h th* Rfffluicr and Receiver al
is an antiseptic liniment. When ap ath
Un<’ omoe» ln
J. F. Goeller is figuring on building I plied to cut*, bruises and burns it Klamath Falls, Or.
Any and all persot * claiming ad
zi J IT
ctonb‘’t’»nt having. In a proper affi*
For reliable information concern- a new planing mill, 75 by 100 feet, to causes them to heal quickly and wlth-
Best Chicken feed on earth—will
versely the above desciila»»! land* are flay* of every month. (
»WO» fsem wtitcn
17 ¿J’.. T1
"• >■-">:•» set tortli
’. W. Hama- [ cost $8,000.
■Mice chickens lay—Cracklings 2 cents ing public lands go to J.
filli < rs lire ■ÿnw that Sher <l»i<> <||bK,.|lcr ihtsoiis I servie»
|out maturation, and prevents any requested to tile their claim* in this Hattie Hazen, N. G.;
1 danger of blood poison. For stile by office on or before said 2fth day of July V. G.; Allee Ooelle'r’, Sec ■ It. I«...., 1 i V
" »I that sueh notice be *l»en
C» tt M kat M arket . ' experience.
prospect, as we understand, and is .Chitwood A Co.
., liebet.ett, by due and proper publication.
L. M. B kitiaiv , Register.
F. L WRIGHT
Write Us For Samples
J A BLEW
^SUNSET MONUMENT CO.^
W. M. Knight, Prop.
Best oi Liquors and Wines
Always on Hand.
CHOICEST BRANDS OF CIGARS
Buffalo and Export Beer.
F.. M. Ila atti is, IlcRlilcr.
IlASKV U ailky Kvcvlvvr.