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NO11CE OF SUKVin
’ aid with J roper voucheie, within six
11 ontli» tro 11 tin» dat)» of this notice, to
Klamath Falls, Or,*., Ian. 23, 1906
(I d * Ex»*ciitor, al tin* law office of No-
Mix the following by shaking well
land A Smith, Room No. 9, Withrow*
E. X MURRAY, Editor
in-a bttlle and take in leaapoonlul
G. Fairclo, E. N, Col»*m heir», George Melhaso Building, Klamath Falls,
do.es after each meal and at l>edtim».
Klamath County, Oregon.
Fluid Extract lhtndelion, one-half Manning, J. W. Maiming, E. B Man
tinted January Iflth, A D. luOfi.
¡ounce; Compound Kargon. one ounce ;
Alexander Martin. Jr.,
Compoun.l Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Executor of said Estate.
ounces. A local druggist is the author
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
ity that thi»ee simple harmless ingred
ients can be obtained at nominal cost I. K. Ballar.l. I iMiieii* I . \,*»lin. I’ M
llanaon, James .lory, Wm. X. Willson,
All communications submitted for publication in the columns of thia paper (rotu our home druggists.
of the Interior, l'nite<l
will be inserted only over tho name of the writer. No non de plume articles
The mixture is said to cleanse and Frances E. Royil, II. II. F'olsom, John
Stale* I «0*1 Office, Lakeview, Oregon,
will lie published.
strengthen the clogged and inactive
January 1»>, 1909.
Kidneys, overcoming hackacke. bladder R. 8. Moore, Andrew Ryan, Henry P.
A sufficient .'iintest affidavit having
weakin*«. and urinary trouble ol all
lw*en iil«»l in this oflicv by Cecil II.
kinds, if taken before the stage of i McClure. C. E. Hadley, M. P. Galar-
neau, John H. Matuey, Josephine C. Markham, contestant, against home
Joseph Cougvr one ol the oldest resi- j Bright's disease.
According to reporta Klamath county
stead eu;n No 375“, made April 29.
Tboeewlio have tried this say it pos-1 Matney, Chas. F. Galnrneau, Albert
is liable to have a case for our friend dents of Klairath Couutv, di<si at his
1907, (or s', «e'4, 11.*'4 se'4, »e'4 ne'4.
home on Conger ave.. at It :3J Satunlay j ¡lively o*-ercomea pain in lire baek. Oehler, Tho«. Martin, Therza Martin, S aw *. 35, Ip 40s., K II E., by Hal|>li
Heney to interest himself in. There are
morning, at the age of 7»> years,9 months ' clears the urine of sediment and regu
Ibowu. (*ont»Slee, III w lilcli it Is alleged
several small tracts of government land
and 22 days. The deceased has l*eeu a lates urination, esneciallv at night, Emil Bchuman, Bertha F. Ryder, S. E. that, among oilier things, said Ralph
on the Lower Klamath lake, which it is
sufferer from cancer for several years, curing even the worst casee of bladder ! Martin, Crawford Hill. E. C. Ream, A, Brown lias utterly laded In respect to
alleged have been illegally fenced in by
Kershner, J. W. HamaUur heirs, I . W. said entry, to comply w ith the public
which finally resulted in his death. , weakness.
laud laws of tho I’. S. aii.l tile rules and
reaident land owneta. Thia land has
Every man or woman here who feels Ward, R. K. Sutton, Bertha Spidell, regulations establisliiHl thereunder with
Mr. Conger was horn in l’ikeCounty,
fieen temporarily withdrawn from set
Indiana. May 11, 1931. He came from I that the kidneys aro not strong or act James Brisco, Sophia S. Ilvnlei, 8. IL reference to establishing and maintain
tlement under the Klamath project, and
Indiana in the spring of 18S3, accom-l ing in a healthy manner a ould mix Boothand Charles Stiwmian. You are ing a resilience on said laud ; that ho
while it is not open to settlement, it is
did not establish a reaideuoe in a lions.*
plishing tho plains journey with ox this prescription at home and give it hereby notithsl that, on the 15th day of on said land within six months from
said that homesteaders have the right
teams and being the regulation six a trial, as il is said to do wonders for
the date of sail! entry; that ho has
to squat on it and would be entitle*!
the locatiou ol the following Section and never establish»*! a residence on said
months on the way. Starting out May many persona.
to prior right when it is reopened.
land, built a house or made any Im-
4, he arrived near Salem Sept. 15. and a
The Scranton Fa.' Times was first to •4 Section Corners, to wit:
One of the squatters on '**'• I*11'' **
All corners in Sec. 10, all comers in 1 loiements of .lie said tract or culti
month later went to Coo« Bay, with the print this remarkable preKription, in
Bob Mitchell, a bother of the distin
Sec 13, all corners in Sec. 14, I4 corner \ale»l the same; that for more lliau six
expectation of making that region his
guished ex-presideut, John Mitchell, of home. Not finding sufficient induce Octobor, of 1906, since when all the on the East of See. 12. *4 corner on the months immediately prior to the mak
Ing ot this uflidavit the »aid conteetee
the United Mine Workers Union of ments he returned nt the end of the leading newspapers of New York. Bos West ol See. I’J. all in Tp. 40 8. R. » has utterly al<andone»l said entry and
America. Mr. Mitchell has a wife and
has made his home elsewhere, and that
month, and in the spring of 1AM made cities have made many announcements F. W. M.
five small children, and last year he
Said survey is made upon petition of hie abatM« Irani said land was not due
his way to Yreka, Cal..engaging in min of it to their readers.
to Ins employment in tho Arun, Navi
built a cabin and took up his residence
C. E. Uadley, J. W. Jury, E. R. Kearnes, or Marino lA>r|>a of the Unitetl .'»tales a«
ing, where he remained during the Mo
on a tract of this land. He put in a doc war. In 1973 he came to Linkville |
J. C. Ferguson, M. P. Galarneau ami C. a private soldier, officer, seaman or
Home I timed
garden and liegan cultivation of the
F. Galarneau for the pur|H>ae ol lia-atiug mat me du ring the war with Spain or dur
—now Kinmath Falls ami in 197i> pur
land, but as the land was fenced in by
the boundaries of their respective lauds ; ing any other war in which the U 8. mat
chased the property on Conger Ave
l*e engage)!, said parties are hereby noti
Word waa receiv<*»l by telephone that
private parties, be had no way of pre-
said land- lw*ing within theabov»* named fied to appear,respond amt offer evidence
nue. He engaged himwlf in raising
the residence of Frank .McCornick, on
venliug them from turning their cattle
touching said allegation at It) o’clock
fruit ami the buying of furw.and enjoying
the Upper latke, about five miles from
into the incloeure. The result «as that
County Surveyor a in. **n March o. 1908, before Guo.
the life of a Imchelor. He was a mem- i
town, was burned to the ground at mwm
Chastain, County Clerk. Klamath Fulls.
his entire crop was destroyed amt he
l>er of the City Council in 1S9H.
Oregon, and that tin.»l hearing will la*
Saturday. The telephone communication
was left with a large family and no
The deceased isjsurvived by one sis
NOTICE TO CREOI1ORS
held nt I'' o’eloek a. m. on Marell 16.
»■âme from the boat landing ami alate»!
means of livlibood. As he could not
I9t»9, before the Register and Receiver
ter. Mrs. Keturah Beckns. of Vincen
that at that time the walls had just be
leave hie family alone, lie a at obliged 10
al ti e Unit»,I Slates I.an I (Ml ■■ III
gun to fall in.
1 Ijtkeview, < Iregou.
remove them to Merrill for the winter,
The will of the late Joseph Conger 1
Oregon, In and for Klamath County.
Mr. McCormick had shortly l*efore
Th»» saitl l int.>tant having, in il
where he secured wozk. He announces
* was file»! for probate Monday afternoon
left for town on his tegular Saturday In th<* matter of the Estate of Charter) , proper aflidavit, tiled I've. It), 1967, •rt
his intention ol returning to his home
The estate consists of property and out
Christopher Hendrickson, IX ceased. I forth facts winch show that alter .iu»»
trip with mutton. an»l as soon an the
stead in the spring.
personal service of thia non»*«
standing notes to the value of nearly
Notice is hereby given that nil per i diligence
report reached here, a team wan sent
There are a numtier of other parties
can n.it l*e made, it is lierehv ordered
115,000. J. W, Siemens ami C. D. Will-
out to notify him and take him back, as
Sml directesl that such notice be gnen bv
whose eases are identical with Mr.
son are named as executors of the will,
Mrs. McCormick and their four small Charles Christopher Hendrickson, De- due and pro|H*i publication.
Mitchell's, but they have not been
^without l»ond, and are authorise»! to
J N. W a TSDN. Receiver.
obliged to leave their claims to seek
children must have been alone. No in- ’ ceased, nrust present them, duly veritiml 1-23 2 21'»
sell and convert into money all the formation is attainable yet as Io how
work. The question has been taken up
property, without an order from the’ the tire originated.
witli the U, 8. District Attorney’s office
Court. The will reads:
iu Portland an.I an effort will be made
I give an*I bequeath ' to my sister. * FARMERS OF HODERATE MEANS
to have these fences removed. The
KLAMATH FALLS, ORI GON
. Keturah Beckes. of Vincennes, Ind., the I OFFERED RARE OPPORTUNITY
Herald is not acquainted with the merits
sum of $500, and to my frietid
E. R. REAMER, Vice-Fro.id.nt
of the case, but it would seem that en
Mrs. May Willson, wile of Chas.
ALEX MARLIN, Jr.. Cashier
LESLIE ROGERS. Asst. Cashier
couragement ami protection should Is*
An unusual opportunity is offered the
given to the homesteader and small land D. Willson, of Klamath Falls, the sinu farmer of moderate means to secure a
owner, if we hope to have our vast
— I home in tin* I-akeside Tract located on
acreage thickly settled.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
’*! giveand bequeath all the rest, resi the North shore of Tula Lake. The
•DECEMBER 31. 1907.
due, remainder of my estate to the land now offered for sale consists of
elected and qualified directors of School
Leasing Their Lands
the Adams canal, a part of the Klamath i-oans ami Discounte ..........
gon, and their em-cevsurs in office for- Project, and admirably located along Bonds and Securities
Over 159.01k) a* res **f tinilier lan.l 10 [ ever, as trustees of an express trust for the shore of the lake. It is rich sage Beal Betate.’Buildingn und Fixtures
Klamath County ami uearty as large a ihe use and l»enetil of the said school brush and grass land, |.arl of it being in Caeli and Sight Exchange...
tract in Lake County is to bn thrown .tjstrict, in the fallowing manner, name cultivation. It will lie sold in tracts to
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open to be lease»! to the cattle and sheep ; |y; jhe sai<l bequest or sum of money suit purchasers amt on satisfactory
men for grazing purposes. This
— • ■ land to ¡x* held in trust by said Board of
For particulars call on nr address, J. Capital Stock, fully paid .
has l>een acquired by the Weyerhaeuser Directors, and bv them loaned or in
Surplus and Profita.
Land Company in tlie ]>a»t few* years. vested in interest bearing securities, and
While some of it has l*een tnught io the interest arising therefrom to I* a|- pany, Tuh- Lake, Oregon.
tracts, the greater portion of it has l>eeo i p|ie>l and used for the use an.I lienefit
purchased from the individual timler | o( the «chool or schools maintained by
claimants and settlers. According to
board of directors in town of Kiara-
I, Alex Martin, Jr., Cashier ot the nliove nam.*.! Bank, >1» solemnly |
the tax list for 1907, the W eyerhaeuser ;lth Falls, but the principal sum to re
swear that the alatve statement is true to the lx*«l of my knowledge!nd believe
people own lands in thia county witli an I maio intact, as an endowment hind to
Atxx M astix , J k .. Cashier.
assessed value of $933,244, on which they ! 1« designated amt known as the Joseph
Suliscribed and sworn to larfnre me tins 6th day of January, I9O»*,
will pay chwe to $16,000 taxes.
| Conger Fund.” The will is dated Se|>-
Hohler of License No 29.
<’. II. WlTIlHoW ,
J. F. Kimball, local representative ol ' temlier 15, 1906.
Notary Public for Oregon.
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
the company, returned Friday from
“Codicil—Inasmuch as my sister, Ke-
laconia, where be lias been in coosulta- * turah Beckes has died since the making
lion with Geo. 8. Long, the generar of my will. I cancel the liequest and I
manager, itt regard to leasing their ex give, devise and '«quest to all my blood
tensive holdings for grazing purposes.
relations. Including the fourth degree >*i
Tire policy to be followed is to divide relationship and no more, the nun »4
up the holdings in these two counties in $25 each.”
groups which eeein most feasible from
tire standpoint of being contiguous ami
S. B. GRIZZLE
treat adapted to lease to individuals.
I-eases will be made out tn any individ
Pies and Cakes Made to Order a Specialty
ual, on the recommendation of Mr. Kim
Engineer Murphy, of the Reclama
Printed by Request
rtn.n mu. hash |f
amas . a woMDtv
The American Bank and Trust Co.
Capital Stock $too,uou
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
every day In lh< year ricrplhig Sunday« And legal bolkiayt.
Intvrvst Bald on Savings Deposits
NUirit! HtitHCSI la .hilf »I ‘•»lot Jrnl
The Cleanest and Best Kept Dairy de
livering Milk and Cream in Klamath
Every Can and Bottle Sterilized
with Steam each day.
Our Cows are
fed and cared for under direction of Dairy
Division Department of Agriculture., >
PHONE ORDERS B 3
In Mills’ Addition and
Mills’ Second Addition
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
No single lot higher than S300
Choice lots as low as S75
The Pioneer Bank of Klamath County
Make your choice, pay
20 per cent cash and
$10 a month
Several thousand acres of the best l.irni, fruit,
garden, orchard and grazing land in Klamath ( oiintv
at prices that cannot lx* beat, and on favorable term«.
FRANK IRA WHITE
American Bank A Trust Building, Sixth Street Side
ball, for one year, giviug him the option
to take the same lands for an additional
second or third year. Preference will
lie given to those who have been using
the lands in the past.
As tire Weyerhaeuser people own
initch land in the FremoDt and
Goose Lake reserves, Mr. Kimball wi.l
go to latke view first, so as to confer and
work in harmony with the Government
agents. After arranging for the lease of
tire Lake County lands, Mr. Kitnbali
will return here. Applications will be
given preference according to priority.
The provisions of the lease provides
that the lessee shall not cut or destroy
any timber, nor use any of it whatso
ever, except such dead and down titnl>er
As is used for ordinary camp lire«, ami
Siso that the lessee shall agree to ex
tinguish all camp lire« and agree to as
sist in suppressing al) fires found upon
the lands covered by his lease.
Notice is hereby given that the County
School Superintendent ut Klamath
County wlfl hold the regular examina
tion for applicants for state and county
¡«pers at Klanalli Falls as follows:
Commencing Wednesday at 9 o’clock
a. iu. on February 12, 1906, and contin
uing until Saturday, at 4 o'clock p. m.,
Wednesilay — Penmanship, history,
spelling, physical geography, reading,
Thursday—Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, book keeping,
physics, civil government
Friday—Physiology, geography, com-
position, algebra, English literature.
Saturday—Botany, plane geometry,
geusral history, school law
roa cocxrv rapns
Commencing Wednesday, Feb. 12,
1909, at 9 o’clock a. m„ and continuing
until Friday, February, 14th, at 4 o’clock
Wednesday — Penmanship, history,
orthography, reading, physical geog
Thursday—Writtsn arithmetic, theory
<>f teaching, grammar, physiology.
Friday—Geography, school law. civil
government, English literature.
J. G. WIGHT,
County School Superintendent of Klam
tion Service, has returned from Merrill,
where he investigated the work being
done by Frank Adams and W. C. Dal
ton, toward the finding of an opening to
drain Tule lake. Mr. Morphy stated
that he was in perfect accord with the
work being attempted by these gentle
men and if their efforts prove*I success
ful, he would recommend to the I)e-
partment that a thorough and complete
investigation Is- made. No action could
betaken unless it was ordered by the
Mr. Adams, who is in the city, said
that the work was progressing very
COUNSELOR AT LAW
satisfactorily. One opening lias been
KLAMATH FALLA, OREGON
made to a depth of 10 feet tielow the sur
7 48, MURDOCK BLDG.
face of the lake, through which a
stream of about 200 inches of water
1, continually flow ing and disappear-
DR. C. P. MASON
ing in the ground. Work will la- con
tinue)! until they either find a perrna-
nent outlet or that the opening is
Office in American Bank A Trust Com
blocked. It is known that the ground
in the vicinity of the larva Beds is of a
honey-comb nature and according to
Mr. Adams, the water will disappear
through any bole dug in the ground
within 160 yards of the lower end of the
WILL A. LEONARD
Ri|»*r Bros. ami Clic Brick Store
MRS. R. M. SARTER, Prop.
Office over Klamath County Bank
E. B. HENRY
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r
73 rooms and auitOH.
Sample Booms, Bur Room, 1’arlora, Two ( lub
Rooma, Etc., Etc.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
ALL KINDS OF FRESH, SALT
AND SMOKED MEATS
Of Old Continental Whiskey
Water Mill Whiskey
F. F. V. Rye
CASH MEAT MARKET
Opposite Van Riper Bros.
We deliver to any part of the
Phone orders given careful and prompt attention.
We cut hams to accommodate customers
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Lakeside Inn J f
Why does Klamath County produce
to many more boys than girls, was the
question handed our reprefentativejtbi
C. F. STONE
ot her morning. Ws confess thston such
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ahert notice we are unable to adduce a
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
make sure the statement was correct
tbs record kept by the Health Officer
was consulted and it was found that out *
of about 70 births which were reported
for 1907, 47 nt these were males.
DR. WM. MARTIN
Nearly twice as many boys as girls.
We would ask our readers who are con
versant with the subject for their opin
ions. Is it because Klamath Countv is |
more adapted to the growth of the hard
ier and stronger sex? We know that
*>ur county produces men of muscle and
physicial strength, but is our climate
entirely responsible for the preponder,
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
ance of the male sex, or might the agi
tation of war with Japan have some
thing to do with the over production of
All kinds ol engineering and draughting
Klamath Falls, Ore.
City Meat Market
C. C. BROWER
flore Boys than Girls
Btoi tuuirrtu num ifi ôuuititKH um
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY
J. W. Hawxhurst, Prop
KLAMATH FALLS MACHINE SHOP
is as pure iih Government inspection can initke
it. It ifl bottled in bond under Government su
pervision and that carriea<the guarantee of abso
is the word that tells the story, and when the
government places its 0. K. on whiskey you may
he sure it is pure.
Sold by •
C. D. WILLSON
Wholesale and Retail Dealer £
IFe are prepared to do BLACKSMITHING and
Repair Work of all kinds
We guarantee all our work to
be first class and at Satisfactory Prices.
BETWEEN 6"» AND 7th ON WALNUT
m«rv mouoy for you t<> «hip JUw Fur» «nd
to n« thun to
rlta for Pru« Liat. Market Report. HBlppIn« TatfR. »nd »bout our
HUNTER 8’& TRAPPER8QUIDE
4L) pMrt Ipather bauml. Hvrt tiling vn th« lubjout enar written lllustt»1lnt nil Ear Aminaln. All
Muat Trap pen fecreto Deoogi, Trap«, (lame l aw« Hvw and where tu imp. «nd »« Wu'-m« •
Uappwr it « n regular En<;y<4<»|redin Frlc«. fl To oar ciAsL’tnors, |1 2ft llidad t»n»"d Into