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Timber luttul, A* t Jun» 3, I«-«
r«ilte<l Staisi l.xiiil iintii*.
lutkevlew. Ursa»n. Jul, I*. IIM
Nultes Is hereby slven that In *0101*11-
an**e wllli the provisions of th«* a«T ot
June 3, 1*1* snllllsil
An set for lhe
xal«* of II iii I h *« lunils In Ihr Hlutex **f
I' m II (nt ills. Oregon. NrvM.lu t*n*l Wash
Ingioii ierrllor,*“ as ezien*l«*«l l*i all lhe
Fubll*' l.un.l Htalra by act of Augnai I,
IstZf. the rullowlng persons have Oils *tuy
filed in Itile oltt*'« lheir sworn stairiuriils
M*-« h*'U. '*r Hsu Jos. county of
i’laii«. Slat«* of <’iilltei niu. sworn
the put* buse of
'I’oweishlp 37 S,
the nw ,),
. or Boulder Creelt,
John B Ml
County of M------- Urns. Htatr of Cali*
fornla. sworn slal*«n«nt No >*. fur the
purchase of the awt* H«.ti**u in Town*
ship 3* Hmilh. Kang*’ Illy East W M
Xlark II Chas«, uf H**'i Joe«. County
Santa Clara. Stale uf California, sworn
alalemenl No -■*•*• for I hi n purchase of
Section >. and
the sty of ae',. as*, of n.
«st, of nw1, H«* Hon in Townahlp 3Î
Hooih. Ilana« IIH Enal U
That they will offer proof to show thal
the lami sought la more valuulil« for Ils
llmlw-r or alone Ilian for
pur|H>æa amt iu eslabllsh lheir claims
tu saht luilit Itef'.te th« Iteglster and II*-
tal ver at telo’' lew, orerion. on Wmln«*»-
«lay. the Mh »lay **f Ocimier. I**4
They name as wltmaae.
Chase. Han Jos«. California. T II Shan
Falla. <>regon. John II Mlnnoll. lto)«lder
Creek, t'aufornla. George Machen, Hau
Any ami all |u-ra<ma claiming silvers!
ly the atstvr described lamia are remisai
,.*l to nie their claims III Ulla ..Iti.......... or
tietom salti '*ih *lay **f < i* ikl*<-i IH*4
J N WATSON l(*nl»ier
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OILEGON, JULY
Newsy Items Gathered from All
Parts (if the World.
ALARM IS BEEN.
BrlHMt Prcvv Secs Prate Hanging
in the Balance.
LION Lies IN VAft.
Varxhipx Will ( ompcl Russia to Give
Up Oriental Liner.
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i OREGON NEWS OF INTEREST
London, July 23—Th« authoritative Russian Army Driven From
Ixindon, July 21.—It is believed by
1 sMuiancss that tbs Malacca will l*e
leading naval officials heig, who ate
l«-aaed, cabl««i by the Awociatiul Press
cognisant of ceriain iweepiiy orders ia-
LINN fARMCRS HIT HARD.
from Kt. Petersburg to tbe t’nite*t
•lied yesterday by the admiralty, that
HUNT PASS ove» CASCADES.
or INTERLST TO 01!« READERS
STUBBORN the British government intmds to com
| States, do not appear ill tlie British RESISTANCE
- morning papeis,
;iel Russia to surrender the peninsular Late Spring and Long Dry Spell Have John Minto Believes Stock C m Be
Ge iterai Review of Important Happen- l to a somewhat similar >-ft«-< t from Kt. Muscovites are B« licved to Have A Oriental liner Malacca, wize«l aa a
Driven Over Mountains.
Peteisburg do not allay the alarmist
prize of war by the Russia! cruiser St.
pcnlgs Pre vented In a Brief and
which wai genera)
Albany—John Minto, of Salem, on«
views of the l«*a*ling organs which con
over tlie Willamette valley laat week, of the pioneers in ths eantiam moun
Lose Half a.« Many.
strue Premier Balfour's p.ait-midiiiglit
under a prize crew, ft is also gener
nine t«x> late to be of gieat benefit to tain diitrict of Oregon, will in a law
announcement that the government load
ally understood in naval circles that
farmer!. Had the showers come two days hea«l a |>arty from tbe end of ths
Senator Got man has refused to take received no confirmation ol Ilia leport-
Tokio, July 25 —General Kuroki, no other British ships will I m steppe«! weeks est her, thousands of <iol)ars Corvallis A Esstern railroad, on tha
tlie national Democrat!« chairmanship P- e«l release of tbe Mslai-'-a to mean that
( by the Russians after the British cruis-
would have been aave«l for the farniere north fork of tlie f-antiam rivar, in
after a severe fight, occupied Kiao Tung j ers reach the acene.
the Incident i«mains unsettle«!.
Colonel E. ilutler, a prominent Ht
of Linn county. Aa it ia, the erope quest of a shorter route to connect tho
Another calls«* for gieat apprehension
I oiile politician, I as l*e«n indicted lor
ia the btoader question of Ruma's fied by the Russians, who defended it ter vessels ar<- dtxrlared to lie short, But are far lielow the average for Linn railroad with the Iteacbutes country in
right to sen«! vessels ol her volunteer . stoutly. In the fig1. ling General Kuro explicit, an«J provhies that British v*xr- county farmer., in many in.tanc«-! are Eastern Oregon.
a total failure. The only benefit the
Mr. Minto lias l«mg entertained tha
Pacific coast ship|M-rs have asked the ll*-et thiongli lhe Daidanellea. A strik
►els shall lie free to navigate Eastern
war department iu etale what goods are ing «-vhten« e that tlie danger of the ki’s troops drove the Russians from waters, without recognizing the war- farming community will derive from idea that there ia a ;«as through tha
situation has not been mitigate«! in th«* their strongly fortified position on the i ships o< any other power, ot the right the rains will be in tbe way of gardens Cascade moan Ulna at thia point wham
and the very late sown spring oats, of it w*««ild be pziasible to construct, a trail
British press will not lielieve danger least, so far as British oflirial sn*l pub , Chi river, which is northwest of Mo io » arch them for contraband.
which there is a small acreage.
for driving stock overland from tha
(>o«' of the developments yestertlay
averted until the greater question of lic opinion is rnterlaincMl, is affonled Ten Pars and east of An Pin, inflicting
For two months not a drop of rain Eastern Oregon ranges to tbe >*satarn
the ftardanelles 1« settled.
upon the enemy more serious losses
fell on the grain fields of tbe county. end of tbe Corvallis A Eastern lino.
I large bending, “An Acute Affair," <ie-
vilje, commanding the Medterranean
I lie Massachusetts stale
. lai«-« that **r«-latiuna between Great than they sustained themselves. The flewt, of hi« two swiftest cruisers to pro This is droath almost unprecedente«l He has interested .Manager Elwin
Idt rat ion Is trying to avert
, Britain ami Russia have leai hed the tight began on the 18th and ended on ceed at full spe«-d to Pott Said, which : here. Its evil effect was aggravate«! Stone, of the Corvallis A Eastern, in
cotton mills, with s prospect of success. alate of an ai iile relate, Lilt la-lnnd tlie the 19th. The Japanese lost 424 men is at toe northern end of the Suez ca by tbe late spring rains. Farmers gen the work, an«l an effort to lay out tho
erally were depending upon putting in route oi tiie proposed route will ba
Bonesteel, H 1» , gamblers have met | incident of the Malacca lathe far largei killed and wounded.
The Russian nal. ft is understo«xl that these two h greater acreage than uaual in epring made in a few dqys.
I question of the status ul the so called
vets«« Is will arrive at Port Said before
Timiwr l.and, Art J ui»r J. lfTi
loeaee are estmated at 1,00(1.
»i.wn grain, and tbe unusually bed
Tbe old Minto trail, which extends
the Malacca, and la* there when the
go, ami the reign ul terror seems to lie volunteer fieri.
prill.I< A I ION
w eat her of the late winter seemed to from tbe end of the old railrind grade
i tilled Hlult'M I^4ltd < »m< r.
at an end.
I^akwlrw. <>rr . July II. IDM
assure some grxsl working daya in the to the Eastern Oregon country, has
to the czar's government that th« trans- early in the morning of the JHlh.
< onsid«-re«l likely that they will rompet
Nullvr |« hereby glvrti that In v«»mpll*
early spring. Instead of this, the rain lieen used for years by those who know
The meatpiu'kers strike has lieen re- fotinatioii of merchant ve»M*ls parsing
alite with the pruvlaiona of H»«’ «<'1 Of
Tbe fighting continued until dmk, the Russians to give up their prize, al held on until almost too late to plant
(‘uitgtriMt uf Jun«* 3, Ik«*, entitle«! "An ticMe-l in n|| the leading packing plants llironxb tl>« liardanellre into aimed
the short cuts that connect the western
u< t i«>r the imlr of llmtMT land« In tl»» and tlie tie-up is complete.
when the Japanese forces bivouacked. though, of course, their future action the spring grain at all, and when goo«l ami eastern parts of the state. But
erulerrx cannot la* lecognisml under any
Htulea <*f California, <»regun, Netudu and
is carefully guarde«l, and laymen can
Heather di«l come, it developed into a ' Mr. Minto is ratisfle«l that there is a
Washington Territory/' •»■ eglrndrd to ble is all>'g«-*i <lis< riininalion in rein- pretext whatevei as justifying Ruma's The ttiireiaus made two counter at-
only cnnjwture and reason from the at
all lhe Public I .a nd Mlalra by art of •tasting employes.
Unless peace is interference with British shipping. It ta ks, but were repulsed in each case. titude of tbe naval chiefs.
shorter cut yet, and that it could lie
Augtal 4, IMT.*.
The result is that spring grain is made of great service to the stock rais
made al once all allied unions are like- is not impossible tliat a* a concession
EltUABI» C BEAM,
The Japanese renewed the attuck at
uf Klamath Falla. <*«»unly of Klamath. I ly to go out in sympathy.
heading a few inches from the ground, ers of Kastern Oregon iu shipping their
President to Rust Ian dignity, the government
Htato of Oregon, haw thia day ill rd In
midnight, posting their artillery tn •u< h action can 1« confidently ex;>ect«-<l, and much of it will not be bound at stock to market.
title office hla aw<>rn alulrtnrnt. No JKi. iKnilielly, of the union. Is said to have may offrr to |a*rmit lhe Malacca to put
an«! they are tot the moat part now dis
for the purt'haae of the »«
of Wr% of detnaanili-d that strikers Ire reinstated
That which ia threshed will
ini«« aome nrulral [*ort where her cargo the valley lielow and on tlie high cussing the probable attitude of Russia all.
Hr« Il«»n No B. In Townahlp No 3« Routh.
yield poorly. The heads are small and
Range No * Kao(. and will offer proof
may l«e examine«! and the statement ground to tbe south of tlie Russian |>o- when the Maiacra is taken by force.
to show that the land uoughl la m<>ra
very poorly filled. Nor is the fall sown
The grand lodge of Elka has abolish- veritlrsl that whatever munitions she sition. The main Japanese laxly was
Roeeburg — Messrs. Greenley and
valuable for lie timber <»r •(<>»»• than for
agricultural purpOMMB* und to retabliuh rd the grip smi sign.
carii«-*! were intemied for tlie use of the assigned to attack the Russian center,
Strand, of Portland, have 10 or 12 men
ELECT ON RAID.
lence. That part of the fall grain that
hla » lalm to aald land befura George T
Brilisli China squadron.”
work building a tramway and fur
A reign of terror sltneds the land
was sowed on low ground will be fair,
County, *»rrgon. a! Klamath Falla, «»re-
nace for the manufacture of lime on
gun. ot» Haturviu), lhe bth day of <hto* rush at Bonesteel, South Dakota.
right flank and another to Match the Vladivostok Ships Enter Pacific and in some instance! making three-fourths the farm of Hon. Plinn Cooper, seven
IRY IO DRAW TOGO AWAY.
of a crop rarely promising a full crop.
Take Japanese Steamer.
enemy's left flank.
lie namea aa wHnraarw
E M Culaon.
G. M. McKinney has retired as h.-sd
miles south of this city. They have
The hay crop has not average«! im,re
It <’ Mhort, Martin Robert, «nd T II
bonded 100 acre« of tend containing
Hhannan. all of Klamath Falla. Oregon
Vladivostok Elert Hopes to Vtakcn
than half what it was in years gone
Any ami all |»ara«»n« claiming adverse
the fighting »aseii lor a time, but it squadron has overhauled a Ja;>anese by. The haying see eon is sbout over, rich limestone deposits and expect to
Ex-ltenator Vest IsM-iiously III and
Squadron at Port Arthur.
ly the ateive dracrllM-d Intitla are rr«|urat-
develop same on an extensive scale.
was resume-1 at dawn. The Russians • teanier eastward of Tsugar straits. and the general report is half a crop.
e«| in file their claim« In thia ‘»ff1< e <>n <>r little Inqie is entertainc«l (or his recov
St. Prlerlwtirg, July 23.—The news had 32 guns in action, und they vigor The name of tbs vessel captured and
before »aid Bth du> “f • »• tober, lb*t
The modern continuous furnace system
This will put faimtrs in I inn county
J N WATDON, Iteglater
! <*f the fir«i sppeeratx-e of the Vls livo- ously shelled the Japanese. To this her fate has not yet been learned.
will be used. A railway spur track,
Correspondent at Mukden rrjiort an alok i«|us<lr*in in the Pacific since the fire tbe Japanese replied, and tlie bom
about three miles long, will probably
The Vladivostok squadron, unac
NlJTIUK Foil PUBLICATION.
engagement in winch tbe Riiraians lost outbresk <d the war, telegrapl.eil from bardment lusted for four Lotus. Dur companied by torpedo boats, entered
be put in from the main line of the 8.
for their stock, and but few will have
ltopartment of tbe Interior.
Tokio, causes no surprise at the admi ing this time the Japanese infantry rhe Pacific >s-ean t-«lay at 7 o’clock.
P. R. R., at Green’s station.
lattiti Office at Isakr view. Ore
enough to last the winter through.
June B, 1**4
I exiling Izimlon papers contend that ralty here, although it ia said Vice Ad moved forward ami tbe flankers had Its destination is unknown, but it is The price of feed is rising in the coun
Notice la herrby given tltal the follow
miral Skryiitoff purposely haa not noti succeeded in scaling the heights on tbe suggested it possibly plans to raid the
riax Crop Will Be Tair.
ty, snd the mills are selling it every
Ing named arili« r haa flirti noth r of hla the wai status of the volunteer fleet is
fied them of tlie squadrua'a «L-parture Russian right by 3 o’clock in the after ••ast coast of Jspan and then either re
Intvnilon to make nnul proof in aupport the paramount issue.
Salem—Harvesting of tbe flax crop
of hla clahn, and that aahl proof will lx
in order to prevent the pmiaibility ol noon, at which hour the main force turn to Vladivostok, escaping to the
compelle«! to buy feed at .any season iiegan this week ami, though the aea-
made before Owrge 'I' Baldwin. Count»
Russia will release the British sihp the Information leaking out.
was ordered to storm the Russian cen southward, or attempting to 'orm a before. Thete are some who will have •on has lieen unfavorable, Eugene
Judge of Klamath County. Ore . at Klatn
a’h Falla, ore, <ui Tu* «day, Auguat kth. Malacca on assurance that she was not
Vice Admiral Bt-sobraxoff's action in ter
Tbe Japanese artillery protected
to buy wheat for their own family con- Boeee says that the crop will be fairly
Hatnuel p Purler ut liedfleld carrying contraliand supplies.
giving the alip to Vice Admiral Kami- this movement splendidly, but tlie in
The squadron was discovered in the
Oregon. h*>ntcalrad No 2IM». f*»r the
good. The flax stalks ate from 20 to
I sumption before tbe yeai ends.
•• « Of aw « an.l nww of
Kt Joseph, M<>., union |«a>keni ss- mura and passing Tsugar straits ia re fantry met with a severe Are and lost stnnta of Tsugar at 3 o’click this moi n-
34 inches long. In fields where the
aw« lion i, lownahrp 4" a. range l.r E V M
garded aa evidence of the inantticiency heavily in mining the heights.
mg, steaming rapidly eastward.
stalks are 30 inches or more in length,
Hr naaa* » <hr fuiluWlng wttnraaea t<> •stilted many nonunion men IwcauM-
prove hie conilnuoua residence upon and plants are not di» laarging them last of the Japanese naval torcex.
Tl*s final sue* « salol clisi«« waadaliv- I At 3.30 A. M. it was reported oft
campmeeting, New the flax is being pulled.
cultivation uf ealrt land via Frank Van
I f-riWmtvty ire pnrfwwe of Admtrx! Beyo- i red st 5 30 In the afternoon. The Tappicape, and at 7 A. M. observers at
fields it will be cut with a mower.
brxxoff to rai«l the coaat towns of Ja Japanese succeeded tn paitially cutting Hakkodate discovered and reported Io Era, July 2-25.
Moore and Mank Hauler, all of Bedrield.
Willamette Valley Chautauqua as- Mr. Boeae has 10C* acres of flax of hia
Eleven million dollaia has Iwen al. pan, capture merchantmen, make a
off the Russian retreat, and this soon Tokio that it was then eteaming east aeml ly, Gladstone Pirk, July 12-24.
J N WATHON. Iteglater
own and has contracts with a number
lowed by the Russian government I r naval demonstration off Yokohama,
beanie a rout. The enemy retired in
Southern Oregon Chautauqua as of farmers who are raising flax.
the immediate improvement of tlie Wi and generally treats a panic among the
NtzTlCK FOIt PUBLICATION,
two directions, to tlie northward and
|Mipnlation, in order to com|>el Rear to the eastward. The Russian forces merchantmen are hurriedly seeking sembly, Ashland, July 13-22.
iMpsOmsnt <>t ths Interior.
Ore Specimens from Douglas.
North Pacific regatta, Portland, July
lav nd vifllis at lath«* View. Ore..
The government may reclaim a great
engaged included, in addition to tbe cover. It is expected that most of tbe 22-23.
Roseburg—Hon. A. Le Roy, of th*
Juns U. tex
Kamimura. and tlius weaken the tl«x*t artillery seven battalions of infantry shipping will be warned before the
Notlcs Is hereby elven Ilia« the folluw- tract of land in Harney county .JOreg**n.
Grand lodge, I. 0. R. M., Seaside, Oregon Information bureau,
Ing named aelller haa tllnl notile nt hia and has made temporary withdrawals off Port Arthur.
Russian ships can inflict serious dam
and a regiment of Cossacks.
land, was here last week snd procured
Intentimi to lommuts hie claim, amt that
The idea that Admiral Bezobrazoff
aald proof will I»« made before G«*ore*'
Oregon Development association con a quantity of fine mineral exhibits from
would aviioitxly attack large porta of
clerk of Klamath
Ordinarily, a lack ofccal would pre
this county which will be placed in
A warlike tone pervades the British Japan is, however, (ejected, owing to
vention, Portland, August 2.
County. < ireson. at Klamath Kalla. Ors-
NO MORE RAIDS.
vent an extended cruise, but it is possi
fon. un Monday, Auyu«l a. Its*«, via T
American Mining congress, Portland, the bureau headquatters in Portland
Nli holaa. homestead No 3**1. o( Fort
ble that the Russians possess a c< llier
oefore tbe opening of the sessions of the
V .• i-t 22-27.
Klamath, Klamath County, Oregon, tor
Minister John Barrett has arrived at minea, torpedo Ixiate and shore batter Russia Will Release Malacca and at a rendezvous in the Pacific ocean.
lot N<> IS. section 3. township S a., range
State Medical society, Portland, American Mining congress to be held
Put End to Red Sea Incident.
IS K W M.
in Portland in August.
Ils names lhe following witnesses to
Tlie report is current that the Vladi
prove tua continuous residence upon and
Russian ships have seized another
St. Petersburg, July 25—The steam ARMIES MEET NEAR TONO SCHU
Annual reunion of Southern Oregon
vostok sqnatlrnn is homes ard bound
cultivation of aald lenii, via li M Mor-
pioneers, Jacksonville, September I.
5an. Andrew Hl<*gg>, VV. VI Morgan and British limr tn th«* Red M*a.
under orders L> cff<-ct a juncture with er Malacca is at Suda Bay, Island of
amea .VI Emory, alt of Kort Klamath.
State fair, Salem, September 12-19.
Both sides in the meat packers strike the first division of Vice Admiral Ro- Crete, where, under an agreement Russian Losses Put at 2,100, Jap
Fair, Portland, September 19-24.
anese Losses at 1,200.
J. N. VVATHoN. Iteglater
Wheat—Walla Walla, 64c; blue
profess to be contident of winning.
jeatvenakjr'a Baltic squadron, which ia reached by Great Britain and Russia,
stem, 75c; valley, 78c.
NOTICK Foil PUBLICATION.
Itetnocratic leaflets have asked Gor
she w ill lie perfunctorily ins|>cted joint
Directory of Oregon Officials.
Barley—Feed, »22 per ton; rolled,
Daily News from Niu Cliwang says:
man to tiecome national chairman.
l>ri>«rtmrnt of the interior.
Salem—Secretaty of State Dunbar »23024.
ly by the Consuls of the two countries
lx«n<l Oflk« at la»kr View. Or».
Russia is said to have receive«! an
June 14. 1WH
Oats—No. 1 white, »1.22)4; gray,
and released unless palpable centra- several days in the neighborhood of has issued an official directory contain
ON TO Ml'hDEN.
Noth'« la hereby fflvon that th«- follow
ing the names, addresses snd official 11.17)4 per cental.
other submarine lioat from America.
band of war intended for the Japanese Tong Schu, eight miles east of Ta Tche
Ing natnod wllkr haa Hird notice of hla
positions of the state and county offi
Flour—Valley, (3.90(34.10 per bar
Intention to make nnal proof In auiiintrl
The German steamer Ramliia has Japanese Break Into the Enemy's shall lie found, in which case the contra Kiao. It is rumored that the Russian cers. The directory is in the form of a
•»r hla claim, and that aald proof will be
rel; bard wheat straights, 44(34.26;
made before th«* Iteglater and Receiver
, band only will lie held,
small jianiphlet. Copies have been sent clears, »3.85(34.10; hard wheat pat-
at l^*kr View, Oregon, on Monday. Aug
100 and the Japnaese 1.200. The Jap
ernn ent stores alatard the te-uel will
to all officers and others desiring copies ents, 44 40(34.70;
ust Mh, l*M. via
Frederick Htukle. of
Reinforcements for which General
anese also have been in active contact
Merrill. Klamath ('unity, Oregon, homr-
not tw> examind.
can secure them by applying to the sec whole wheat, 44*34.25;
■trad No Bin for the nw% of n«’. nee- Oku has lieen waiting aie living disewi- ceived from Ta Tche Kaio yesterday
The Russian reply to the Brittish
retary of state. In this publication the 44.50.
lion 37. townanil» 4o a. range ID E W M
that tbe Japanese had broken through
He name« the following wltneaara to
protest was handed to AmlMireador
political affiliation of <*ach county offi-
Millstnffs—Bran, 419 per ton ; ,___
prove hla contlnuoua reahlrnce uintn and
Japan lias all faith in Britain pre the Russian left flank lietwern Lieuten Harding«* in the afternoon,
’ cer is shewn by a letter fallowing the dlin^s, 423.50; shorts, 421; chop, *18;
cultivation of aald land, via: <’ II Mer
rill. John T King.
Walter Purdy and
agrees that the Malacca shall not be
name. Many of the states publish an linseed, dairy food. 419.
ami that of General Rennenkatnpff, and
Bert Pavla, all of Merrill. Oregon
Irom the Baltic sea.
brought before a prize court, and un* front the Japanese are moving into po official “blue book" containing several
J N WATHON, Reglater.
Hay—Timothy, 415(316 per ton;
that they were marching on Mukden.
sition but the general attack is being
Chicago alli<-d unions have written
dertakes that no incident similar to
hundre«! pages and giving complete in clover, 48(39; grain, *11012; cheat,
The rumors to this effect sre persist
Timber Land. Act June 3. 117B
the packers that they will strike un-
this will occur in tlie future.
formation concerning the careers of 411013.
ent, but there is no official confirma
ments come to the front. Progress
A claim for damages as a result of
lore a conference is agn-ed to.
United Htatra Land office,
public officers. The pamphlet iesued
Butter— Fancy creamery, 17H®20c;
tion of them.
lAki'vlcw orrfton, Juno 3. 1*>I
delaying the stesmer wil< Ire presented
by Oregon contains but 18 pages and store, 13(313 tec per ;iound.
Notice I n hereby given that In rompll’
Portland is the only Pacific coast
passes is slow.
iiFdue course* of time through the Brit
contains the information most frequent
anre with the pruvIaiviiN of the act of |mrt whose flmtr exports for the past
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 20c.
Confirms Japanese Victory.
(’’•ngreaN of June 3, 1N7M, entitled "An
ly desire«! by persons transacting busi-
Cheese—Full cream, twin«, new
act for the wale of tlmtw-r lantle In the 12 months exce«*d those* of the preced
T) • captain of the ft. Petersburg, in
i ttess with public officers.
Htaten of California. Oregon. Nevada,
stock, 12(312,tec; old stock, 708c;
s|x-cial dispatch Irom Moscow, the Rue his leport, gives as his reason for sum
and Washington Territory,
aa rgtrnd- ing year.
London. July 21.—The Times' Tokio
Young America. 13(314c.
rd to all ll»c Public Isanti HtatrN by act
Several packing plants leport that sky l.istok of that city confirms the As marily making a prize of the Malacca correspondent, cabling under «late of
Laborers Needed at Oregon City.
Poultry—Fancy hens, 13< per pound;
of August 4, DM.
sociated Press report from Liao Yang the fact that the British ma-ter of the July 19 sava:
lheir output is Increasing.
old hens, 12te®13c; mixed chicken«,
of Klamath l,'nlls. County of Klamath.
that the Japanese have broken through Malacca declined to produce the mani critics anticipate renewed efforts bv never more plentiful nor were wages 12<312,tec; old rooster«, 10c; young roos
Rtate of Ori'gon, has this day filed In
Moorish bandits have loot««! houses
the Russian left flank and are march fest» of his cargo.
General Kuropatkin to recover the Mo ever better than they are in this city ters, 12(313c; springs, 1 % to 2-pound,
this office hl*
»60. for tlie purchase of Lot 3. Of Her-
ing on Mukden.
Tien positions, which are essential to this season. It seems impossible to I8<319c; 1 to lH-pound, 19(3 20c;
tlon No 2, In Townwhlp No. 37 South.
Tho rush to South Dakota lands near
the security of his army if it remains rind available men to perform the dressed chickens, 13014c; turkeys,
Hange No I East W. M . anti will ofTrr
Will Trust to Diplomacy.
proof to show thill tin« lAnd nought I n Yankton has liecome a veritable stam
in the present jxwition.”
The corre many improvements that are being live, 14016c; do dressed, 16016c; do
More Men Charged With Outrage.
Washington, July 25.—The Peruvi
more valuable for I| n tltnbrr or «tone
than for agrlc iltural purponeN. and to pede.
Cripple Creek, July 23. — Informa an legation here liar received a cable spondent adds that it is rumored in made. The Willamette Pulp A Paper choice, 18®20c; geese, live. 6®7c; do
«'HtabllNh bin claim Io nald land before
Ono of the colliers authoriseel by the tion charging Pearl Skelton with mur gram Irom Lima confirming the pub Tokio that three Japanese torpedo boat mills lisa lieen advertising for addition dressed, 8®9c; ducks, old, *646.60 per
Baldwin, County Judge* of
Klamath County. Oregon, at Klamath last congress will la* built at Mare der and complicity with the Independ lished reports of the signing of the destroyeis have sealed the Liao river, al men to assist in the building of their doz; do young, as to size, *2.5004.
i-'allw. Oregon, on Monday, the 22d day of
Vegetables—Turnips, *1.25 per sack;
ence depot null age on June 3 was tiled treaty between Brazil at Kio de Janeiro where the Russian gunbout Sivoutch new mills where 200 laborers are al
lie namcn as Witnesses: W. O Smith.
in the district court today. It was an and establishing a modis vivenda be- and a Russian torpedo destroyer are ready employe«!. The management of «arrota, *1.50; beets, *1.26; parsnip«,
Prank Pai, J C Smith, Archie Johnson,
the local woolen mills is finding it next *1.26; cabbage, l.te014ic; lettuce,
nouneed that informaitou making sim tween Peru and Brazil for the govern anchored.
and JainvN l>oyh*. all of Klamath Fails, explain the seizure of inaila deatined
to ini|>*>esible to engage a sufficient head, 250 40c per doz; parsley, 26c;
Any ami all persons claiming adverse (nr Japan.
tomatoes, *1.75ia2; cauliflower, *1.75
force ot operatives.
Torty-Six Clerks Employed.
liam A. Akreman, I. H. Mulaney, A. of the rivers Yurua and Pururs, other
ly the abovr-drscrlbrd
Constant skirmishes are occurring I.. Nugent ami William Gaffney later. wise known as the Acre territory. It
02; celery, 76@90c; asparagus, 60c;
quested to tile their claims In this office
Yankton, 8. D., July 21.—Seven
near Mukden between Cossacks and Erank J. Hangs, local attorney for the is understood that both sides will with thousand people registered for Rosebud
on or before said 22d «lay of August, lbl4
peas, 4®6c per pound; beans, green, 4
J. N. WATSON, lleglster.
Western Federation of Miners, raid draw their troops from the disputed land here Ualay, and the rttfh tomorrow
Grants l’atw—W. C. 8lade, who has 05c; wax, 4@5c; squash, *1.25 per
Small riots continue at the various today that none of the men arrested territory, trusting to diplomacy to set will lie still greater. The Milwaukee a placer mine on Johnson gulch, a trib • rate; green corn, 60cperdoi; onions,
Timber luimt. A« t June 3. 1*7«.
packing plants where woik is attended for the killing of Roxie Magee on June tie the question of title peimanently.
road divided its morning train into six utary of Sucker creek, near California ¡new, re«!, »1.30 per cwt; yellow,*1.76.
NOTH'« Foil PUBLICATION
Honey—*3(33.50 per case.
with nonunion men.
(1, in the Victor street riots, was guilty.
section« and the evening train into two. Bar, has located a four-foot ledge of
United Htxlex 1,>iii*l Office
Potatoes—Fancy, old, *1.2601.40
Lnkcvtew. Ore . Jun.* ;i, |»u
The total registration at Yankton alone gold l*earing quarts, partially on his
About two-thirds of the rural mail
(akc of Senator Burton Up.
Notice la hereby given that In compli
Mr. Slade is a flrm be percental; new Early Rose, 2c par
Increase of (aptlai Stock.
ance wllli the provisions of the m t of carriers will receive *100 more tier
Washington, July 25 —Justice Brew is now over 40,000, an I will reach the placer claims.
congress of Juno 3. 1N7R. ••«,t|tl»l "Aa year, commencing July 1.
of hie section pound; Garnet Chile, 2A£c.
Louisville, July 23.—At the stock er, of the Unit«*«i States supreme court
act for the mile of timber linuls In lhe
Fruits—Cherries, 406c per pound;
Tlie steamer Hapsang, from Niu holders' meeting of the Southern Pa has gtanted a wiit of error to the
Rtalea of California, Oregon. Nevada
gooselierries, 6c; raspberries, *1.26 per
and Washington Territory,
aa i-xtend- Cliwang to Chefoo, is overdue and it is cific held at Beechmont Inlay, 1,520,» United States district couit for the tt«ie force will be increased indefinitely valuable deposits of cinnalmr will in
ed to all the 1‘uhlle I.an<| Hiatea by act
time lie uncovered.
Mt. Slade says he crate; apples, new, »101.60 per bon;
000 of the 1,973,000 shares of stock eastern district of Missouri in the case to take care of the people.
feared she has struck a mine.
of August 4. I*»2.
has found amalagmated gold in running apricots, *101.36; plums, 8Oc0*l;
AIUTIIE A. JOHNSTON,
were represented by proxies in the of Senator Joseph B. Burtt n, convicted
peach««, Yellow Crawford, 86«90c;
of Klamath Falla, Comity of Klamath
drifts, 40 feet lielow the surface.
Russia Is Pleased.
hands of Judge E. I*. Humphrey, who i in St. l.ouis of accepting a fee for serv
State of Oregon, haa this «lav filed In
others, 600 76c; cantaloupes, *2.600
thia office hla sworn statement. No. 2MI2
acted ns chairman. A resolution in ing Itefore the postotlice «lepartment
St. Petersburg, July 31.—The United
2.76 per crate; watermelons, 2c par
notice fob publication ,
for the purchase of th« nu *>f n,.i
Big Loss By the Trost.
cressing the capital stoi k of the com while a member of the United States States has informed Russia that site
of ne%. ne'4 of nw% of Section No V
Hillsboro—Reports from all parts of I pound; prune«, *1.25 per box; grapes,
I>epnrlmcnt of the Interior,
pany »140,000,000 by tlm issue of pre senate. The tase will be reviewed by will be glad to join Great Britain in
In Townahlp Nn 41 Smith. Itungn No 13
*1; Bartlett pears, *1.7602.
Laud Otho, al tail«« View. Ore .
Fast, W. M . anil will offer proof to
ferred stock was adopted. Attorney J. the United States supreme court, prob the protection of the seals at the Kom the county show that the frost last
June 17, Ik'l
show that lhe Inn.I sough) la more val
Beef—Dressed, 606,tec per pound.
B. Weaver acted ns secretary. None ably in the fall.
mender islands. This act will doubt
uable for Ils timber or atom* than for
Mutton—Dressed, 405c par pound;
agricultural iiurposox, and to establish Ing named aeltlcr haa tiled notice of hia of the other stock holders was present.
less make the liest impression. It is
Intention Io make final proof In support
hla claim to aald land before George T
understood that Russia will communi the loss by the freeze will reach $50,
County Judge of
Klamath Ilf hla claim, and that anl<l proof will be
Panama Now bold Standard.
Veal—Drease«!, 100 fo 125, 6®7c per
County, Oregon, nt Klamath Falla on
Judge of Klamath County, nt Klamath
Washington, July 25.—The Panama cate her answer in a tew days.
llears She Will Release Ships.
Friday, the IHih dav of August. I!*>4
atin lowlands places his loss at 11,000. pound; 126 to 200, 506200 and
lie names aa wllnessea: J>>hn lirla- HSU. vis Wm. Konsai k of Merrill. Ore
Paris, July 23.—Information reach- canal commission today received infor
coll, J. C. Jarvis, ami George Morris of gon. homedteail No. 211». for the n1^ of
Rich Strike In Bohemia.
Another Russian Cruiser Passes.
Pork—Dressed, 100 to 160, 707)<e;
Bmiansa. Oregon; Thus.
Shormon,' of •itv1,. »w1« of nw1« and lot 4, section 14, Ing government quintets here leads the mation from the government of Pana
Klamalh Falls. Oregon.
Cottage Grove—Two rich strikes are 160 and up, 6®7c.
Constantinople, July 21.—A Rureian
otlleiala to Itelieve that Russia will re ma of the ratification of the money
townahlp 41 a, range to R. W. M
Any amt all persona claiming adverse
lie mimes the following witnesses to lease the British and Herman merch system of tho new government in ac cruiser has just pasted through from reported just made in the Go’den Rule
Hops—1903 crop, 21024c per pound.
ly the above-ilescrlhed lands
hla eontlnuoua resilience upon anil
Wool—Valley, 19020c per pound
qnested to file their claims In this office cultivation of said land, via: A. V. Whlt- antmen seised in the Red sea, as a cordance with the agreement reached Odessa with several guns covered with and the Great Eastern.
mi or before mild Kth day of August, nrv. C. V Schuck, J T. Kins «nd Frank
Panama is canvas on her deck, tjhe also carried are in the Bohemia district.
The ore Eastern Oregon, 10017c mohair, SOe
means of averting international com- by the joint commission.
’.Iraybeal. all of Merrill. Oresmy
now a gold standard country,
1 torpedo tubes.
is oxidised, and very rich in free gold. per pound for choice.
J. N. WATSON, tteglster,
J. N. WATSON, Register.