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Ha» Japau an I itcrlor Mutivs'?
Ttiut the esse of Japan nial tlio Unit
ed Stat<*s In the Pacific has not b«wi
.well understiwwl In Europe and on the
Atlantic coast of this country Is th»
opinion of Editor lb* Young of th«» Man
Francteco Chronicle Recently Mr. IM
Young spoke aa follows to a reporter
who interview«*«! hint in Paris;
KLAMATH BARBER SHOP
SI M MONS
| In the circuit Court of Orsgon for Kl»iusth
Clara M. Nelwn, I’lamtiff v» John M Nel»on,
To John M. Nelaon. defsudant.
In the name of the State of Oregon You are
hereby require*! to ap;*ear ami answer the
complaint tiled again»! you in the above eu
titled auii. on or beiore Friday, ttepieuiber S.
j 1907 tx-tng the last day prescribed in the order
lor publication ot thia summons, the first pub
licatlon thereof betug July - lA).’. J and If
you tail so to an»»er. lor want thereof, the
plaintiff »III apply to the Court for the relief
demauded In the complaint, to-mt for a *le
creeiliaaolving the bond, of matrimony exist
ing between I'laiutiff and defendant
This »iiiuiuoua I, »ertvilby publication in
the Klamath Republican, by order ol Hon. J J
It. Urirtith couoty judge ot Klamath county.
Oregon, dated July 25, 190?. which order re I
quire» summon, to l*e published once a week 1
for ,IX succvwlve week, from July 24. UU7.
J. C Kl'TKNlC.
Attorney (or Plaintiff. 1
bepartinent of the Interior, United
Land Office, Lakeview, Oregon.
J. W. SIEMENS, Fnpri'tor.
July 16. 1907.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
l*een tiled in this office by Nadie New.
Qeanliness and Good Work
man. contestant, againft homestead
entry No. 2990, made May 10, 1903, for
n'4ael4, Sec. 11, n\«w<^, Sec. 12, Tp.
The idea of dlapatchtng the fleet to the
27 S„ R. 10 K., by Charles Frommer
Pacific ahowa long headedness by th* Also Agent for LONDON AND
government Conaldering the way Japan
conteetee, in which it is alledged that
sprang upon Ruaala when Ruasta was un
among other thing»1 «aid enlryman
prepared and while negotlatlona were In LANCASHIRE FIRE INS. CO.
prvgrcM. it la the duty of the United
fail«*»! to establish his residence on said
Statea government to »end the Il«*t to the
land at any tune after making said
Pacino In advamre of any serious friction.
entry: that »aid entryman failed to re-
Notice for Publication
There apix-ara to be something behind
the present Japanese attitude. If they
-ude on said land at any time after mak
United States l.aml Office. Lakeview. Or«-
have any ulterior motive In view they can
ing said entry and liefore or prior to
spring upon us. setae the Philippines and [ gon. June IS, 1907
Notice 1» hereby given that m compliance
Hawaiian islands and fortify them so It
his attempt to make final proof; that
Will be almost imp ’sslhli» t * recover them with the provlslona ot the act ot f'ongreea ot
said entryman abandoned «aid land six
It will take months for the fleet to get June». 1ST», entitled "An act tor the »ale ot
months prior to the submission ol at-
to the Pacific. It is well known In Cali timber land» m the States ot California. Ore
fornia that thousands of Japanese sol gon. Neiada, and Washing!, n Territory.' a,
tempted final proof, and that said
diers. men and officers of the late war.
I 11 led g<-* I absence from
are now in Hawaii Working oti sugar extended to all the Public l^nd State» by act
plantations are some 10*O i M or lS.ikV—a nu ot Augu»t 4,1992. Myra V. s’.ougb. of Klamath
was not due to lus employment in tlx*
cleus large en High. In fact, to take the Fa!'» county of Klamath, state ot Or 'gon. ha,
Army, Navy or Marine Corp» of the
islands were a Japanese fleet to furnish this day died tn the* office her »worn »late-
them with arms.
meat No. S?2t. tor the I urchaae of the »w'4
IK'pariineut ot the Interior. Unite.! States !'lifted States as a |>m ate soldier,
I any the Japanese are ««»eking a cause ,w'4 Sec. 34. Tp. 3S s K 10 E W M, and Lol 4 Land Office, Lakeview, Oregon. July Is. r.*07,
officer, seaman or marine during llje war
to be Irritated. They are planning an ex of See. No. 3. in Tp. No. JI S. R
A suffietent contest having lu-vti riled in tills with Spain or any other war m which
cuse for future action, for otherwise the
No. tt E W M and will offer proof to »bow that office by Stella M Martin, tunteviani. «gain»t
causes for their protests are too small.
ihe laud Miught i, more valuable for it» t m- homestead ciitr) No. .’"• »i. iu»de Mav Is. l sl* .the United States may l>e engaged;
The school tun tier and the trouble itt ber or »tone than for agricultural purpose», for •v,n*1 ¡wc 27,Tp. 2? 8 . K 10 R.. by Cha» I said patties are hereby notified to ap>
the Japanese restaurant were t«» triv and to establish her claim to Mid land before W . ivterson. contestes, in which II i» alleged ]*ear, rtwpoml and offer evidence touch*
ial, Mr. De Young thinks, to lay tli<* the Clerk ot Klamath County. Oregon, at hi» that among other thing- Mid Cha» W, mg said allegation at 10 o'clock a. ui.
people of California open to the charge office at Klamath Fall». Oregon, on Wedne» Peterson has not beeu on said land for the , on Sept. 2, 1907 before \V. I). West, U,
day. thi'4'.h day of September. 1W7.
six mouth» la.»t post, and never did continu
»f race prejudice. Th«» restaurant af
She name» a» witae»»e»:
ously reside on »aid land or improve H and s. Commissioner at Silver Lake. Oregon,
fair. he said, has Iwx'ti unduly tnagui-
Burge W. Ma»on. W. H. Maaon. W E has wholly atauduned Mid l*nd. and that ' and that tiinal hearing will be held at
fied. and it might huve oevurred under Faught and J B. Mason all of Kiamatb Falla. said alleged absence from the Mbl land wa» I 10 o'clock a. ui. on Sept. 7, 1907 liefore
not due tu bls empto)ment in the Ariuy. Navy
like circumstances in an Italian or a Oregon
Any and all persona claiming adversely the or Marine Corps ot the Uniteti State» a» a pri 1 the Register and Receiver at the Unit
German restaurant tn any city of the above-described land» are requested to file vate soldier, officer, seaman or marine during ed States Land Office in Lakeview Ore
land. The local view of the school their ciaims in this office on or before Mid 4th the war with spam or during any other war gon
in which the l ulled blatas may be eugaged.
Jay ot Sept.. 1W.
question be seta forth in these terms
The said contestant having, in a
J N. W ATSON RegUter.
Mid parties arv hereby uotlded to appear, re- proper affidavit, filed July 11, 1907, »et
Crttics seam to forget we loot twenty-
six schoolhouses In the great tire. Trili
gation at 10 o'clock a m. on Sept. I?. I'M?, be forth facts which show that after due
Sorarlly we tried to house the school chll-
Notice for Publication
fore the Register and Receiver al the Untied diligence personal service of this notice
ren aa beat we could tn wooden atruc-
tures. In order not to discrimínate wr
States 1-an.l office in Lakes tew. Oregon
Cnite-i State» Land office. Lakeview. Ore I The »aid contestant having, in a proper can not be made, it is hereby ordered
immediately erected In Chinatown, where
and directed that such notice lie given
moat of the Chinese and Japanese live, a gon. June 15. 190?.
¡ affida» it. filed June 25. t M?. set forth laet»
Notice i» hereby given that in compliance which show that after due diligence persoual by due and proper publication.
school for Mongotlana There was no feel
ing against Japanese Their children at with the provisions ot the act of Congress of
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I service of this notice can not be made, ills 8-1-6-29
tending school are only ntnety-three tn
number. They are clean, nice, cute chil
dren. to whom no one could obhwL Our
kindness was met by the statement that
Japanese were not Mongolians. Their ob
jection to going with Chinese was the
only exhibition of race prejudice notice
able. This Isolation was simply a tem
June 3.1**S entitled "An act for the »ale ot hereby ordere I sud directed that such noiicc
limber land» m the Atate» ot California. Ore be green by due sud proper publication
Notice tor Purchase of School Lands
gon. Nevada and Washington Territory." as
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•xtended to alt the Public Land State« by act
I*epartment of the Interior, United
ot August 4. 1W2. Augusta J. Hayden, of Klam-
States Land Office, Lakeview, Oregon.
ath Falls, county ot Klamath. State ot Oregon,
July 23, 1907.
has this day filed in thia office her sworn
statement No. 3696. for the purchase of the I Departmeut o( the Interior. United ätAtet
Notice is hereby given that the State
The charge that the people of San sw^seS aec. 6, e%ne’4 nw^ne’-i of Sec. Land Vtilce. Lakeview. Orefoa. July
of Oregon lias filed their application to
A Authvtent contest affidavit h<vin< bren I »elect tiie following descrilsed lauds, aa
Francisco are Itubued with race preju
and will offer proof to show that the land
dice Mr. De Young resented with much sought is more valuable for it» timber or riled m thothce by W. M Martin, Cunteal State indemnity I*and», to wit:
spirit. He said that bls home city is as or stone than for agricultural purpo«e». and ant. against hOtteatead entry No 10*11. made
List No. 228, for the sw ‘4nw>.4, se'4-
I A mi , for
S»*c £>. and eS*«*4-*
cosmopolitan as Paris and all races are to establish her claim to Mid land before the Sec '5>. Tp hi 8 . K. 10 K.. by Albert Lautner ne'-4, ne*-4«e'-4. and Lot 2. Bee. I, Tp. 29
r-presented in its population. More clerk of Klamath county. Oregon, at hi» office onteute*. in which it u alleged that, among >. 1: I E., W M
at Klamath Fall*. Oregon, on Tuesday, the
other thing« said eatryman failed to eatab
over, they are at peace with one an 3rd day ot Sept.. l*C.
Any ami all jiersona claiming adverse
luh bit residence on »aid land at any time
She names o» wt'.ne»*e»
after making »aid entry that aaid entryman ly the above described lamia are re
Wm. Lashua. P R Goodwine. Elmer I. Ap
failed to rv»ide on »aid laud at any time prior quested to file their claim» in this otiice
plegate. B E. Haydea. all ot K'.amath Fall».
Alaska’s Hidden Wealth.
to hi> attempt to make Anal proof, that .»aid on or lielore the 13th. day of Heptemlier,
enlryman abandoned »aid land aik tnoD.ua 1907.
When Secretary Seward purchased Oregon
Any and all person» claiming adversely the
Alaska for the United States it was *>ove-de»crlbed land» are reque»tel to file prior to the date of the »ubmiwion of at*
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tern pted final proof, and that »aid alleged ab
valued by the Russians who had ex
eir claims tn this office on or beiore said 3rd
The alxive notice will l>e published in
settee from said land wa* not due to hbcm
*y of sept.. 1977.
ploited it solely on account of its furs
pluyment in the Army, Navy or Marine Corp» the Klamath Republican »» it kly lie»»-
J. N WATSON. Register.
and fisheries. That was forty years
ot the United states aa a pm -v. -uldier, orti • pa|w*r of general circulation, published
cer, »eaman or marine during » m « war * itii
ago, and we have made great strides
Notice ior Publication
.Spain or during any other war in which tb«* at Kiaiuatb. Falls. Oregon, for a period
In developing other sources of wealth.
United State» Land Office Lakeview, Ore- I tilted state» may be engaged, »aid parttea are of five successive weeks
It is probably rich in nearly all the | gon
hereby notirivd to appear, respond and offer
J. N. Watson, Register.
Notice it hereby given tha>. In compliance evidence touching »aid allegation at 10 o’clock
For many years the United States with the provi».on* of the act of Uongre»., of a ni. on September 17. 1W? ♦»••fore the Register
government has been investigating the June J 197», entitled. "Ao SCI for the »ole of and Ke< elver at the United alate* Land OtMvt
iU Lake view. Oregon.
mineral- fields of Alaska and also the 1 timber land» In the store» of California. Ore The »aid cou<e»iani having, in a proper affi
gon Nevada, and Wa*aington Territory.' a»
water supplies available for mining I extended to all the Public Land State» by oct davit. filed July /.*. 1W7. »et form tact» which
operations. This season there are elev of August 4. *992. Fred L. Sunderman of suuw that after due diligence persona! *er> lev
ma*l*-. it i* hereby
en scientific parties in the territory Klamath Far*», county of Klamath State ol of this notice <an not
Holder of license No 29.
prosecuting geologic and topographic • Oregon, ha» tbi» day filed m tbi» office hi» by due and proper publication.
»tatement No. 37.51. for the purcus»e of
surveys. It is believed that coal will »worn
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the*«t^of8ec No U.tnTpNo :B 3, R No. 9 K W
be found In sufficient quantities to M.an-1 will offer proof to »bow that the land
make railroading and the reduction of sought is more valuable for it» timber or
mineral ores profitable. The popula »tone than for agricultural purpoee», and to
Notice for Publication
DR. WM. MARTIN
tion of Alaska is becoming permanent, : establish bi» claim to said land before the
State* Land Office. Lakeview. Ore
clerk ot Klamath county. Oregon, at hi» office
and It is predicted that there is a soil at klamatb Fa’*'.». Oregon, on W edne»day, the gon July IS, 1W7.
Notice Is hereby green that in compliance
there capable of agricultural develop 2nd day pf October, 1907
He name» as witnease»:
ment which will feed all the toilers
Ari hie Jobnaton. Fred Applegate. Charles June). 1ST» entitled ••An set lor the Ml« of
who may be attracted to the territory.
Donsrt »nd Wm. Mendenhall allot Klamath timber land, in the Stales of California. Ore
gon,Nevada. and Washington Territory," as
“Agents for mutual life insurance
Any and ell person, claiming adversely the extended to all the Public Land states by act
companies shall not during business above-described lends ere requested to file ot August 4. 1W2, Bertha C. Harris. of
Klamath kalis, county ol Klamatb, Stsie ol
hours solicit votes for directors of their their claims in this office on or before said Oregon
ba. this day died tn this office her
companies," says the new insurant* elec
sworn statement No . 37c* tor the purchase ot
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tion law signed by Governor Hughes
the e',oe*4 Sec 34 and w',nwvt of Sec.
No. So. in Tp No. 3» 8. K No. 10, E W M.
That’s like saying that no bunko sharp
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Notice for Publication
and will offer proof to show that the land
shall work except in evening dress. A
States Lend Office. Laksvtew, Ore- sought la more valuable tor its timber or ROOMS 7 48, MURDOCH BLOG.
milder remedy for a great scandal was
stone than tor agiicutturai purposes, and tv
I gon. July 19. 1907.
Notice i» hereby given that in compliance , establish her claim to Mid land be tore the
with the provisions of the act of Congress of clerk ot Kiaiuatb county. Ore«ou, at blaoffice
DR. C. P. MASON
The editor of a Portuguese newspa June 3, 1979, entitled “An act for the sale of i at Kiamatb Falls, Oregon, on Tuesday, the
per has been fined 250,000 rein for timber lauds in the states of California. Ore-1 1st day of October. Hu?
She names as witnesses
abusing his privileges as a molder of gon. Nevada, end Washington Territory." as
Bank A Trust Com
Wm. Lashua. 1*. L Fountain John Sheppard
extended to si, the Publi: Land States by act
public opinion. The amount of the of August 4, 1992. Esther O. Applegate, and Clyde Braudenlx-rg. all ol Klamatb Falla,
penalty looks impressive and suggests , of Klamath Falls, county of Klamatb Or econ.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
the ruin of the victim. But in Ameri ; State of Oregon. has this day filed
in this office her sworn statement No. 373».
can money it is only $250.
for th» purchase of the »>^»e*^ and ae«»w!4 of their claims in this office on or before Mid 1st I
; Sec. No. 20. in Tp. No M 8. R No. 10 E W M. day ol October, 1907.
The problem of aerial navigation still i and will offer proof to show that the land
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presents its original difficulty. There sought is more valuable for its timber or stone
are numerous methods of getting under j than for agricultural purposes, and to estab-
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
way, but the question of how to alight [ lish her claim to Mid leal before the county
clerk of K'.amath county, Oregon on Wednes-
In safety Is not conclusively answered. | day the 2nd day ot October *W7.
Iiepartment of the Interior. United Htate»
She names as witnesses:
▲11 kinds engineering and draughting
Land Office. Lakeview, Oregon. July I#, LW7.
At the age of elghty-elgbt Julia Ward
Herman Schmor of Dairy. Ore.. John Jens-
A siilliilent contest »rtldavit having been
Howe finds that the world is getting sen. Fred Collman and Gottfried Neubert of filed in this office by Janie*. Newman, conti'at-
ant. agalnat homestead entry No. 3024, made
better and better. No doubt she is let- Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any end all persona claiming adversely the
WILL A. LEONARD
ting some one else do the worry lag above-described lands ere requested to file May », 1203, for »e'4»e'Sec 44. Tp. M «., R. 10
E.. and w^nw!4 8ec. 2. and ne*4a«^ Sec 3. Tp.
over the grocery bill now.
their claim- in this office on or before »aid 2nd 27 8.. R. 10 E., by Edward Ander-on. ronte»tee.
day of October, 1W7.
iu which It 1» alleged that (among other
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Russian troops actually arrested
things) Mid entrytnan failed to e»tabli»h
With row-At el hase Building
his residence thereon at any time after mak
some peasants who were clubblag
Ing entry, that »aid entryman failed to reside
Jews to death on the Austrian frontier.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
on »aid land at any time prior to his attempt i
Hitherto the custom has been for the
to make final proof, that said entryman
troops to join In the massacre.
abandoned »aid land six month» prior to date
C. F. STONE
Oregon for the County of Klamath.
of the submission of attempted Anal proof,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
In the matter of the estate of Octavia and that »aid alleged ahseuce from the »aid
Japan owes over a billion dollars,
land was not due to bls i-rnplcyment In
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
and no doubt wine of the mikado's O. Cranston, deceased.
Army, New or Marine Corp* i . i ,be Cult
Notice is hereby give that the under Statea Ss a private soldier, officer, seaman or
people have pipe dreams about wiping
out the debt with a huge war In signed, administrator of »aid estate, lias marine during the war with Spain or during
tiled in the office of the County Clerk any other war in which the United Slate» may
of Klamath County, Oregon, his Final be engaged; said parties are hereby notified
to appear, respond and offer evidence touch
Japan doesn’t like foreigners at home, Account
the administration of said ing »aid allegation at 10 o'clock a. in on Aep
but somehow Tokyo manuges to be estate, and the Court has fixed Satur teniber .1. IW7, before W. 1». West. U. ». Corn
kind to a “free Filipino” junta estab day the 7th day of September, 1907, at nifssioner nt Silver Lake, Oregon, and that
10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, ria»1 hearing will be held at lOo'clock a in on
as the time for the hearing of objections September 9, *907. tielore the Register ami Ke
It is lucky that there is no way of to said account and the settlement reiver at the United States Land Office In
Lakey lew, Oregon.
rali'iilutiug the probability of war from thereof
The said coulestant having, In a proper
I given amount of war talk.
hated st Klamath Falls, Oregon, this affidavit, tiled July 11. 1W7, set forth fact»
which show that niter due illligi nee persou
Gth day of August, 1907.
service of this note can not be made. Il
New Norway already has a cruiser
H. A. SHARP,
Bokiug around Honduras to defend A 'tninistrator of the estate of Octavia lieieby ordered »nd dlrerti'd flint such notice
tn- given by <iu- m l |»ro,n-f publl Mtton.
J. .». W ,'J.s N, l.< gi»ur.
I U, Uratutoii, deceased.
b-A-b-29 »1 »4.
Office over Klamath County Bank
C. C. BROWER
PAOE WOVEN WIRE FENCE
Do away with barbed wire
Investigate the Sliding Loop Top
All styles and heights.
Fences for every purpose
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or YOI.NI-Y DIXON, Iravclling Rcprc.vcntathe, Klamath I nils. Orc
CM AS. U WOHOHS
The American Bank and Trust Co.
Capital Stock Sioo.oou
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Interest Paid on Saving« Drpoaiti
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Remtico Paragon Ribbon«
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Remtico Paragon, Red Seal
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different weights suited
for all classes of work.
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Supplies are known ns
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Klamath Lake Railroad
in connection with the
ricintire Transportation Co.
Ore. and Cal. Transportation Co.
The only through lino for freight and pa»-
Benger* between the .Southern Pacific and
the Klamath country. (¿uickcHt service
and Lowest Rates. Tell your troublea by
Phone or Letter to
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E. B. HENRY
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
Livery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle and Driving Horses
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