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Mtt.Ot In Premiums For
M rs . M. M c M illan , Prop’r
Three year uLI slid over t'/l 00
< hie ) um r <»l«l........................
Ileat mare wild »tli'hlng
He»l two fear old
< I m «« B.
B«- b I one year old
IIORHEH OF ALL WORK.
J Cla»« 7. Ih-at three yeur old and
SPECIAL RESORT’ FOR TOURISTS
Ih-«t two yeur old
I'eat 111»»« and »Ix-king
er Bl |
J Al KB.
Clw«« 11 — Jh-at three )exr old and
llorMOH lH>ar<l<xl by th«* <lay, wook or month.
< ’!«■« 12
Corrals for Teamsters. Free Camping Grounds and Wood.
Ib-at one year old, eilh-
FEED AND SALE STABLE
( lu*« I L
Hr«t two yeur <»l«l.
lU**t «trie \ cur obi
BH«»toT NORV-* DURHAM NULI.B.
(’I m «« IS-
IL-*t three year old and
Class I*— Best tuo year old
Country Produce taken In excbanac for Hoods
Cls.s 17 — lirai one year old
Best Ihne year old and
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Best t«o year old.
Clas» Jt>— ik-»t one vrat old
Clothing, Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes.
a complete and up to date line of
1. F. DAVIES.
< ‘la«* 27—
I . H
11' voi: KIX’JOV
À GOOD CUP OF TEA
I U mi t
Try fi 1’fi o 1er i ix V of
8 ounce package
12 ounce package
, ClaM SU—tkel I in >.
Tm Lvi ». mir
Clae* 40— I’ m * t Iti»
i ’la** 41 —• I’ h *« i
t’le«a 42— IHet 11
I a I ( I hi «I ic I W bile
■ Clewe 4.1-IU»«t I halt
miv v arirty
I ( *la*s 44-H«*«t i hm- i-.ilibaue, unv
| ( Ins* 4.» - Hr*l
Willits and The Brick St ore
I li rie II U bl ut • «I
I ’I m *B 4’»—lri’rt *'| m*h, utiy
( la** 47— !»••*( hall liUwhrl
gel W in gel lu-et *
( la»« 4N —He*t liitll Lifehcl miX ,r
i.ip*, ativ variety
Will make the season at Btiesinjz
Benin* •’*> Stables in
Klamath Falls, Oregon. Will ! h * here r ¡r '.. i \ k and Su't-
dav* and balance of the time will be .it the ranch.
Terms—fio to insure and payable u hen mare proves to
J. I . S hort
to be with foal.
Limited to »lx quail In one da y or
twelve In one week.
I'nlawful to hunt without license-
A license must I m - obtained from the
county clerk and carried with party
while hunting. Resident fee for Ll-
cen»c •!. non-resident VIO.
Trout Clo»e<l during months of
Novemtier. December. January Feb
ruary and March. Cnlswful to keep
trout leas than five Inches in length.
Night ffahlng prohibited. Limit 125
in one day.
trio — riv mouth
i: n k
I < ‘la*g 37 — Brat trio Huff (’«a iuti..
' Cl«** 3H— Beat trio, Hruwii lx-g-
For sale in Klamath Falls only by
Spotted Eawn <’l<*»-i| at all tlinM.
Buck Iw-or, M'«*'’. Mountrtn Rlwep
(»xci-pt In tin-(’iiiint l<-» iif Grant. Hat
ru-y. Mallu-itr and Bak»r> f.’liA«<i ftxtn
Novemlwr I »if ea»-lt y» -it t»i Vutf. 15
uf th* fnllnwItiK j»*r.
FVmtlle Itaer «.'Imatd front Novena-
le-r 1 of <-a«-h year to N»-pt. 15 »if tin-
Nkglit hunting *n«l uv of d mt Iti
hunting ln-er, or Mi»»«- are prohibited
within tin- Htat<- at all lime».
Limit Five ln-er In any one open
Elk <’I o < m -»1 until Kept. 15, 1007.
tlieu floacil In-tween Oct. 15 of »-.»ch
y ar and Sept. 15 of the following
Limit One Elk during each open
It 1» unlawful to well or have In p»«-
acaklun for aale, any elk meal al any
It 1» unlawful at any tlm<- to hunt,
puntue, take, kill, Injure, deatrov or
have In poa»e<utlon any Deer, Elk,
Miew. Mountain Sheep or Spotted
Fawn, fur the purpi«>- of obtaining
the akin, hide, iiorna, ham» or other
tli-aii of »uch animal», f >r the pur,»iK<-
of aale, barter, exrhang»! or trade,
except upon p-rtniaaion from the State
Game or Forestry Warden.
Silver Grey Squirrel—(_'lo*ed from
Jan. 1 to Oct. 1 of each year.
Duck», Gee«e, Hwan~C’l«»ed betw»fcn
the firat day of February an»l the firat
day of September. Limited to 50 in
Water Rail and Fpland Plover —
CloNed between the tirat d,y of Janu
ary and the tirat day of August.
Pheasant — East of the Cascade
Mountain —Closed at all aeaaona.
Sage Hen, »age cnck. grouse, or na
tive pheasant- Closed between the
llrst day oi I>ecemt>er and tbe fifteenth
day of Auguat of the following year.
(Juill-Closisi except between the
aecond Saturday and the third Tues
day of the month of September.
( la«« 3«V— Heat
Deer Seaton Opent on Augutt 16
wuetelde«« by any t ne
1 ( *lu«.* 35— n.-,t ««iw und litter
i In th* < Ircuit < ourt of th« Nixie of Oregon for
th« < ounly of K lamath.
Th« Ntaie of <>rvg«Ml Plaintiff v«
l<*ainra. a< a<lnitnl»irator of th« *•»«(* of
Joseph P«nnix. '1 p < < •»*«!. <i«org« < hitwiklh
• • < ouniy Clerk of Klamath < uuttty, Ore
gon end all other per*ons rlallnlnff t*f )-••
heir« ol Ji>*4-|h ps-nnlg. de<«*ae««1. Defend*
» ••«*. Order In BM.*h»al Proreed I tin»
A n I nforriiBi ion Lev lug been «Inly filed In
thle • ourt in th** etiove entitled action, by W
’ Moore, Dlairiet Altarney fur th»- Ik-« ond
DroM-« ijting Dfeirlet of Oregon, and If
K«-»*«-p m epevlal and addltlotial L quumt I for
»aid Wtate. and It appearing from *urli In
formation that th* *mn ol lieu mu , lawful mon
ey ol the United atate«, now in Ibe eualod)
and |M>P*r«»t«in of lHrl*n«lant <*«Ofgp < / ib « i « iii .
• • ( ounty t ierk of Klamath County, Oregon,
lie* fur r« a»4»ha eel forth In «aid information
r»< b« at* <l in th»- Mlat« uf Or» gon. and It forth
ft appearing from «aid Inlunaatiou that one
Joacpb I'mnI m late of K lamath County, Ore
gon. now deceaaed, wa* the last peraun law
fully erlMd and poaMruMu) lheroof, and that
on or about tbe 7tb day uf Auguat, iea.'.. the
»aid Joacpli Penulg dl«d inteaiat«, in Kiamatb
County, Oregon, leaving no beira. widow, o
known klU'lted lapabie uf Ihbrritlng »aid
auru <>t money, and that on tbe Uth day uf
August, PM£. lb« Deieudaut E K Mraiue« waa
<iui) «| puiuis-tj administrator ol the ««fate of
»aid JoM-ph >*«nnig. d«*<*«-aM-d an«1 that »aid
ratal»- Ma«du.y and <-»»n>pl«t«-l jr ad mi mate rod
u|»ou. and »aid admlufetralor duly relieve«]
and dlacbarged Iruru bit truat aa auch a»lnnn
Isuator by the urd«-r ol the County • ourl In
and fur Kiautalb fount), Oregon
Lfebia «aa.nat the ealair of Juwpli Prnnig, de-
evaeed, have beau lully aetlabrd and paid,
and all expenaea of adiwlulairaoun ai-o lully
paid. 1 h«l upon ibe aetikmrnt of the nuai
account In aaid «elate there waa found to be a
ba.am« ol fieu Xi belonging to »aid eat* r, uti-
t iaimi<l and uur a pr tided, w hich aaid *uin of
tiiuiir) waa by an order ol the < uumy Court of
Klamath < uuuty. Oregon, on to wn tbe ¿lb
«lay ol July, leva, depoaited wilb the then
t uuiti) < .< f g ol *a.«l Count), by »aid defend
am. K R Hearne«, ae aueb auruinlatraior, and
ex er alm« aaid time baa been iu the poaaeaaiou
of »in h clerk ami now i« lu tbe po*M.a«tun and
« uatuU) of Ds-nndanl George Ciiaatain. aa
< uuui) < lerk of aa.u < uum>, an«l b) virtue ol
amt iu aeuordam*« with tbe order ol the
County < uurt Leretoiurv mmoui*««], wbicn
»ahi ur«ler baa never be» u ivvukcd. ami tb«<
lu » on»»-quern v tm-rvol » j .U auiu ol |1* j tru ba*
• m ’I ii «tr-i lu ll,e niatc ot Urrguu. and aa.d
Miele na» a right b) law to aa.u u«uUe) aud alt
Ibcteoi. That the deieudaut K. It K< amr
ba* uo right, title or intoreat in or to »«id aum
oi luouc) or ail) part thereof
I hat «Jr It nd
nut txrurgv < haataiu i.aa no right, ttile or lu.
trr« at in or lu aa«d aum of money ur auv pan
thvrrui except * ngut lu tint puMea*ioD ami
iu»tody thereof, under ami b) tirtue of the
order ol th« < ounty < ourt ot hlaruaiu Count)
Oregon, kerctuiuie rueuifoued.
it ai«»u app» ar« Iron, a*i«l Information that
the Governor ui the Mate oi Orrguo ■In-ct <|
ll.e »aid Diatru t Atiurnc) lu hie »aid lii loi UHF
i.un ut> L h i.ail ol tbe mat« ol Otsgun. • ii<l thai
•ai<l Governor al*»» appointed if. " kreare,
Aliofitc) at l-a* reaiuiug al Kiauia.u Paua.
Oregon a* special and additional counufi lor
tur Biair ol Oregon th tlx pretnlava.
Baid Iniurniatiun a»aoeoniaitia a demami lor
judgment lu lavur ol the btaie ol Oregon, to
l bet Beet that It l»e adjudged b) the t o<>rt
<hat >a><l Blate t.a* a right bj >aw I«» al- uf
aid Sum ol 41M> ‘A j and is luv »»truer and e.i •
lil.ru to (he pu*ac*an>u tberrol.
Il Is Ihrieiore «.rd. icd that all persons Inter
(•nd or • ¿aiming io bt >uure»ird iu tbe e*tu
oi MMdJuM-ph I'» nuig. u»«« a*«d, appeal and
•H um cause, Il *U) ib«-) have, wiUiiu six
week* iruiu Ike Oral publicai.on ol im»urd«-r,
mu ) me t Hie, um iil - i ^riip and ngfcc ol
MOU to I lie abutc dv <f .b«l ||au 9u. laaiui
U4«<u« ) ol the l uilvd B,ai««, *nuu»J uot »«?*, iu
in«- btaie of Ureguu.
it i* iuiiuef nruered that ibis order be pub-
consccutlvv w c«.ka truth Ibrdate
ttirfeul, «n a ne»*|«per ul gcitvra. i h C u U i . uii ,
pub»i*h«*d tn K,amain «'uuuty. thv^uu, the
hist publication lherwl tu be made- Meptetu-
her a 4 iu , 1* k >
lit open Court thia 12th Ja> ui tieplem
ber. A 0. ikbJ
B) the Court,
tfKN'HY L BKNSON. Jvuux
United Hîate* Ijind Odle-. Lakeview, Ore*
ton. A> xu»t *). *90.'i A sufficient contest affi
•tax it hav n< bern died in this office by (êe«rfe
H Mxrr«. eonteetant, against bume*tcad entrv
No 3iv. made Ortober 1, 19W. lor £‘^5W«S.
S W»4HW>. ai>dMW»<NW
Src U, Tp » S R 9
E. W M by Wilbam Morrison, contestée, in
which it is allege«) that the contevtgnt knows
the prr»et»i condition ot the same, also that
the >atd Wflllam Morrison Lae a holly aban
doned said tract: that he ba* change! bis res
idence from Klamath «‘ounty: that said tract
1« not am led upon and cultivated by «aid
partv as le required by law. and that no valid
settlement ha* or was ever made upon said
tract as required by law by the said William
Morrison so«! that he ha* bern at*sent there
from lor more thau six months since making
said entry. that hi* ihM«uce thereirotn is not
due to ht» employ ment In the army, navy or
marine corp* of the United States, either a* a
sailor, soldier or other officer in the marine
marine corps or in any war in which the
NOTH K K»K PUBLICATION
Ih I ailment Of The ¡ntermr. Land Ofii.ee at United States mav have been engaged, and
that hr ha* wholly abandoned said tract with
l^kevlew on-gou. drpivtnb-r 12. 19UÄ.
Notice I* t»cr«*b) given that ihr fuilowing- out any just caun» or excuse, said partir* are
oanied «eitler tiaa Bled notn-r of bis Im«-noun hereby uottfled to appear, respond and ofler
to tnakr final proof in support of hi* claim, cv ’dtncr touching said allegation at iO o’clock
. (*» aiin that M«i«l prtMVt will be inabe before Geo. a tn on October 14. !WA before Geo. Chastain.
< i>B»lain, Cuutity Clerk al tola office at Klam- Co Clerk of K.ainath County. Oregon, and
atu fall*. Oregon, on Nuveiuber I. «9u’» via- that final hearing will he held at 10 oclock
(««■urite <f Thirlby, H K Nu. 3.9s, Tule Lake, a m.ontictnber 20, 1905. before the Register
oreguu, fur the NK 4. Bee. 10, a 41 S . K U E and Receiver at the United States land office
2 00 W M
in Lakeview. Oregon. The aaid contestant
It«- name« tbe following witnesses to prove having, in a proper affidavit, filed Augu*t V>.
2.00 his cotilhiou* rrw.deuce ujou and eultivatiun iytV>. wet forth facts which show that atte. due
ul ««id land, v le :
diligence |*crM>nal service of this notice van
William G« mm I, Jr.. Adam M W hite. Mary n<»t be made, it is hereby ordered aud direct
2.00 G« h *I. all «d Tub-Lak«* Oregon, and John Ham- ed that such notice be given by due and
llluu, oi Kiaiualh Fall». Oreg«»n.
C. U Snider, Receiver.
C. U. snider. Receiver.
The Finosl Japan Drinking Tea. The
Best the World Produces at any Price
6 ounce package
iu of a n X kind or
I »•* * I
Order In Escheat
Cia». A-»— II.-st
Cla»« 54— Be»!
ten pound. |x-ar»,
l 'H»» 55— Belt ten
I» nimia plum»,
I have for sale at a bargain
on easy terms, several choice
lots in Norti Klamath Falls Ad
dition, within three-fourths of a
mile from the business portion
of Klamath Falls, and one-half
mile from Upper Klamath Lake.
An ideal location for residences
tarici y of «heal.
variety of out»,
JUNE iblh AND
OWn a Hom«
The Oregon Stage Company
IN CONNECTION WITH
Kiamatb take Railrsa i Company
NOTE.—Arrangements have been complct«'«! ami Tickets
w'll boon sale within a lew days to I’orllaml. San Fran-
-isco and all Southern Paeitie points. They will likowise
on sale from all Southern Pacilie points to Klamath
ßtcuro neats und further information from
TIMHKK LAND. MT JUNK I.
Mill I’UKI.K X ll«»N
Unit "1 Riat« * I.am! Office. I.akvv irw, Oregon,
AuK.l«. Ilkift Notice la hereby given that in
enmpllaiire w Ifh the |»rnv‘*lon* ot the act of
emigre** of June fl, 1N7R, entitled "An act for
th«* *ala of »initier lands In the stair* o( Cal
ifornia. Oregon. N<*va«la. and Wa* i Inr'oti Tor-
rllor),’ a* «Mended 1« «11 the I'tihlic Land
S.aiei by act of liign«t 4, DW, Emory I’l'imb.
oi Klamath Fall* C »unty of Ktainallt. s ate of I
Oregon, has mi* «lay tiled in thl* «»tfice hl*
*w«»tn Staten rni No. *J9.W, fur lhe purchase of
•he F ,>s,-'v K'*>T- « Nwt.HW’gMW«,.
T| J7 « Il IIS K W M. Mid will offar proof to
*h«»w that th«- lain) sought is more valuable
for it* timber or «tone (han for «griculturai
purp«»N«*N. and to vstablliih hl* cl«im to -»aid
lanu before Geo. T. Baldwin, Judge of Klaui-|
ath C«iunly, Oregon, at hl* office h ( Klamalh
ball«, Oregon, on Saturday, the 2Mth <’ay of
October, 19oh lie nniuea «* wltne**e*: W. O.
Smith, llarr) I’elll, Jack Logan, treble Joint*
•Ion. all of Klamath Kalla, Oro. Any an<) nil
peraona claiming adversely the above da
acrlbrd land* are requested to file their claim a
In ihla office ou or before «aid JHth day of Oct*
R. I. HAMMOND, Agent, otir.i**,
wsuoa, swimn (
We keep the finest
lot of horses in the
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HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
H. W. STRAW, Propriator
City Meat Market!
ALL KINDS OF FRESH. SA FT
AND SMOKED MEATS
SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS
Fort Klamath Creamery Butter
TALES THAT ABB TOLD.
A grasp of the main facts. raiAer
than facility of «xpression. charactw-
Ises tbe following historical contribu
tion from a schoolboy:
Eighth was brave, corpulent and cruel;
he was frequently married to a widow;
had an ulcer on his leg, and great da-
«islon of character."
This story is told of a nice old real*
dent of Brookline, who recently ad-
dressed a class of young women at an
educational institution, and who ad-
vised them to gj in for the active life.
"Go out and dowsometlLng. be some
thing," he exclaimed; “become fishers
of men.” and he wondered why the
Prof. Tait, of Edinburgh university,
asked one of his students to define
transparent, translucent and opaque.
Tbe young man dealt with the query
in thia way: "I cannot precisely de
fine these terms, but I can indicate
their meaning :n this way—the win
dows of this classroom were once
transparent, they are now translucent
and If not cleaned very soon they will
be opaque." Tbe answer gained full
marks from the amused professor.
James H O’Brien, the wealthy Cali
fornia miner, was standing on tbe
steps of a San Frar.cisco hotel, when a
seedy citizen came and hailed him:
How are ye?"
O’Brien at first <*.1<1 not know the man.
and. thinking he stranger was a pro
fessional beggar, he said: "Who the
dickens are you?" "You don’t know
me. eh?" said the dilapidated party.
“Say, Jim; I was quarts o' wine when
you were pinta o' t-eer." The rich man
by this time had recognized a friend
of former days, and a satisfactory in
The late Thomas L. Clark, bishop of
Rhode Island, widely known as a wit
and scholar, in his own home life in I
Providence preferred the utmost sim
plicity compatible with comfort. Hav
ing on one occasion a distinguished
English divine as a visitor, tbe latter
was considerably impressed, not to say
astonished, at the lack of ceremony ob
served in the episcopal mansion, and
upon retiring hesitatingly inquired if
he should leave bis shoes outside his
door. "Certainly. If you like," replied
the bishop, with cordiality; ''nobody'll
ll is quite a girted « p *» kt
eould give points to many men vher
think they can make * good after-df •
speech, and "Ouida" can ad 're.
audience In three of four languages
Perhaps no writer of magazln» fl'
can equal the speed record made b>
win Lefevre He produced IS.'XX) ware.«
between Saturday and .Moni.a.. L’ * r '
ten In longhand, for Mr I^fevre .
uae a typewriter. The mere r v».c
labor of penciling out this eno — "
quantity of copy would be no me»,
dertaklng in itself to many of the cr •,
but Mr Lefevre is a newspaper m .1
the financial editor of a New Y rk ilsi'j
and as such he does not consi<i -r .
mere matter of 6.000 words a day 1 f
worth boasting of.
In England, it is said, competlt1^ •
the trade la enhancing the pricer p -
to authors of tbe first class. To set...-
a book by a popular author nowaday*.,
is often necessary to make srrat
menu with him not months but y. ■„ j
before It Is written. There Is one w. '1
known writer who. It Is averted,
filled up h(» programme of book» v
the publishers who are to produce
up to 1914. And It la one of the ria
which publishers have to face th.-, -
author’s powers may have diminish? 1
or bls popularity waned before tbe evrw
tract is fulfilled.
deceives no one so much as yourself
Dr. L. Rosa Mlnoka Is a young In
dian doctor, who, having won honors
aa a graduate of the Women's Med
ical college of Pennsylvania and
served with credit as resident physi
cian of the Women's hospital, of
Philadelphia, nas now opened an of
fice In the city. She is said to be not
only a fine doctor but a handsome and
Interesting young woman.
It is said that there are now In
France 80 women doctors. 30 of whom
are In regular practice. Tbe way. un
til within the last 25 years, has been
made very difficult for women who de
sired to practice medicine
little chlvalric ieellng in the country,
and open derision and Insulting re
fusal to all applications for opportuni
ties to study have been the rule, To-
day there is a great revulsion of feel-
Ing—or manner—and at present tbe
woman doctor is encouraged and
smiled upon—a pleasant changs.
Cewis $ Clark Fair
with er without
A Brown Taate.
Cannibal Chief—Who was that I v.e
last night for supper?
Cannibal Chet—That was a Mr Brow
’’Well, that accounts for It."
"Accounts for what, your exce le- -y *
’Tbe Brown taste I bate tn my m'-'.t
this morning.—Yonkers Statesn ar
After tbs Charity Dinner: Mugging
That was a fine speech of Lord Jaw ku
Juggins— Yea; It evsa aSecuu Stlu.
Juggins—Fact. And ha borrowed ha’f
* crown from me to put in the p
A ./ Soper
Making More Boom.
"So that’s the subway, is it?" aaked
"That’s it.” replied tbe New Yorke.
"But why do they want to pu. '10
"Oh. so there'll be more room on
streets for ths automobile* "—Yonke.J
How ths Dye Worked.
Clerk—That gentleman you Siad a
Out of 15 applications for the poet
bottle of hair dye to three wee) » n.-o
of assistant medical offleer of the was here again to-day
Bracebridge (Lincolnshire. Eng.) lu- I
Chemist—Was be after another t •-
natlc asylum. Miss Jessie B Hunter tie?
Miss Hunter has occu
Clerk—No. air; he wanted to know
pied the position at a private asylum If we kept wigs —Smith’s Weekly.
In Lincolnshire since 1902. and has
held the position of assistant house
In the Suburb«.
surgeon at Glasgow infirmary. She Is
Mr» Yeaat—Nathan, the roof LG-’r-
a M B. and C. B. of Glasgow uni tag. and there I. a stream of water c< u
Ing In on my new carpet!
Mr. Yeast—Wall. Martha, you k.
Dr. Mary Stone, of Australia, sent
you’ve wanted running water It th
a paper to the national women'« con-
grew urging the eutat lishment of house for some time!—Yonkers Sta - s-
"epileptic colonies." In view of the mao.
fact that the ranks of criminals are
The Father’s Tune.
continually an.1 materially reenforced
"You fell Into tbe creak with you.- naw
by children, weak-willed, moral and
physical degenerates who are easily breeches on?"
"Yes. pop. You »ee, I fell in so quick
led Into vice, and she asks for tbe
segregation of these unfortunates that I hadn't time to take them off."
"A smart answer, my son. Sosuppc
their kind may uot be multiplied
Taking credit that belongs to others you take them off now."—Golden Da, *<
C i *., .'ll — Brel ten |»iuilds peach-
e», any vuriety
WOMIX IX MEDICAL FIELD.
I If I’ITS.
Ci«»- 62— Bort teli )K>undr apple»,
You can do it much easier
than the expense of paying
rent and moving
For further particulars, prices
and t<’rnis. write, or call on me
at inv residence—second house
east of Klamath Hotel.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
IV THE FIELD OF LBTTJM
Tbe old brick bouse 1n Cincinnati In
which Thomas Buchanan Read wto I w
"Sheridan’s Ride" is to b« torn down to
make room for a factory,
Several lady novelists are excellent
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