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Here It Is 1
E. .1. MURRAY, Editor
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON.
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADYANCE
All «Tommunti'Blions submittiHl for publicstion in the coin inns of this pa|>ei
will lie ma«'rte>l only over th«* name of the writer. N.» non de plume artieltv
will l><> publish«*d.
Another Excursion to Klamath hi • i
11 n run w n ixritrin
llarv«'M II iiic M I I» to tverng«'
Through th. ? eff«»rts of the Klani-
Heavy team of draft horaee, wagon
and harneas, «hi'sp u o K Feed
rh»r>i»mon> Catarrh m ihu* MKtbm of th»
«XHintry than alt oth«r Vi»»»« «?« put lutfvlhai . and
until th» teat t»w yvara waa *u|>p«wd lu b» tntur-
aN» >\vr a tret many jrvara Um-tur» piwumnead
it a ka-ai dla»vw» and pivao da*d kaal iranrali»»,
and bv cvn»tanlly fathna to cur» with ka-al tiwi-
•»»•nt. pn»nounc»d l| tacurabk*. SctaMwa haa prov- J
•n catarrh to b» a eunatltuthmal dto»aa»and th»r»-
( lm -» requtr»» con nt Hut tonal ti«atm»nt. Haifa
t'atarrh Cur». manufactur'd hv F J. Ch»n»y A
Cu.. I'okHki, Ohk> ta th»’ only «vnatMulkmal euro
im th» mark»!. It h taken internally in tkw»
from 10 duHMi to a (»«AiHBMifui. It acta directly
on th» bkaid and mucuua MUiCacoa of th» ayat»tii
Th») otTrr v»n» huinhvd dollar« fui any caa» it tail«
io cur». Sand (ug circular« and taatlmoniah
vi.ii. » * ). I'MKNgY A VO i •t.• • •
S*>14 bv dr o KB ml a, ?3»-
Taka llall*» Family I'iii» fur Cuiellpatiou
M ason &S lough
Aelioleu llaioZof I iivvn U
nient e t Ixit -vv’¡ 11 ii » í »1 ac ‘
tiio iMireliiiMvr moi
Parin Mort graces
11« til S«'«'l|,H|L.
ath Poostors, wh«> r«*c«'ntly visited
c T. Oliver and J. It Fisher, of
Portl:>n«l. this section is to be favor
the Mascot Implement House, have
i*d with a visit front th«' Oregon i’ress
lust KturtK'd from a trip through the
\ --. < «.it ion
The tim«* for the excur-
They say that ou all I ii th«- Circuit < >>ur< of the State of
How often we hear laities
sion has not yet been set, but ii will
Oregon, for Klauuith fount,.
sides van I»«' s«>«*n having crews at
remark. "I would like a
probaldv h«> th«' latf«'r part of August
I'.'verdlng A* Farrell, a corporation.
work In th«* harvest fields,
In that I'lalntlff. V-« XI h 'I Ady mik I Leona t*
g.xhi shamp.w at home be
On this excursi«»n, if present indica
section of th«' county scarcely tiny X.ly. his wife. Klamath Water Users
fore going to the cheater,
tions count for anything, there will
kt ml hut grain hay Is grown and th«* AoaoclalIon. an«l Michael Motachen
but cannot, because my hair
in* a' least one hun«lr«><l of th«* most
> b'ld 1« almost up to the average luichvn. Defendants.
is so abundant that it takes
-la of th«' alate of
Sult In Equity Io forwloae n inorl •
Sum«' of the Helds are rather poor. 1 gage
forever to dry”
On v< n
I««dllnger. th«' <>dltor
Inn n most places tin* yleh! is belter
Notice is hert'b) glv«>ii that by vir
.if it Morning Xsiorian. published at
than vv I - «'XpecttHl it fi w weeks ago tu«' of an executlou uud or«ier of sale,
\si in i< very < nthusi.ustIc «»ver the
i.uiut'is ar«* not as di icouragt'>l ¡duly l«au<><l out of the above tiami'il
H«* is lio* president of the
court aud cause on thi 2 1st day of
XS I th«', »«'io in the early part of the July. I9«i8. upon a decree made and
,\s .c.stiou and will do ever?
sea i on when things looketl gloomy entered of record lu said Circuit
thing to y»t a la«x«‘ number of the
««uut ol th«* wltluees of the Cuurt and In said suit, on the 17th
«siiiors to come on th«' pleasure trip
w<«at h i ami the scarcity of moisture day of June I»u7. In favor of the
The large* Portlaml papers hav«* al
abov«' named plaintiff, directing th«'
The wild hay In latugell valley Is re-
r<iid> agiKMl to send repretrnnlativ«*»
sale of th«» pri'iuiat'H therein deecrlb«?d
mm <1 short, but of k « hh I quality and 1«. satisfy the sum of >23,431 <>u and ¡
and among th«' excursionists will I»«'
fects of a
in the pri
the sum of >2ii io. «««ata and dis
th«' Ix'st literary men of th«* state
ditches the bursements and the further suiu of
Th«' excursion wilLI»«' of untohi value
>500 oo. attorney's f«*ea. making a
total of >?3.9.’»» 10. with Interest on
in this section front a publient
'«aid huiii from th«' 17th day of .lune,
O It Ball. the I'm tlaiul
1907. ami a«« ruing «siala
mauagei of the \tueri<aii Pr«*ss \ss«»-
Now. ther<>fore. l»y virtue ol aald
eiation. has agreed Io me one of the
Oliver execution anil In compliance with said
wilt I have duly levied ou aald prem
Is'st articles written by the journal
demand ises and will on Saturday, th« 2»lh
ists lu issuing the pateut prints for
ranchers day of August. 1908, at Hi o'clock
customers of the association
need of A M of said day. al th<> front door
would iu«.«n that literature on the
«»f th«' t'ouutv Court Hona«'. in Klam
ath Falls. Klamath County. Oregon,
Klamath eouMry will go to all
sell al public auction to the hlgheat
lions of tile United States
c illan hop*r
bidder for cash la baud, all th«' right,
Ariaiig«-m«*nts for the excursion
title and lutereat of th«* above named
ar«« now in the hands of the Chamber
defendants, atul each of them, lu and
to th«1 following d<'s«rlb<*d real prop
• if Commerce who have taken th«
erty. aituatiKl In Klamath County.
matter of rates up with the railroad
State of Oregon, to-wlt
officials, and are planning th«- itiner
Lots 5. I, 7 I ID ami the nw k, of
Klamath Falls papers are having
ary fot th«* entertainnteut of the ex-
the nek« of seHtlon 22. also Iota 4.
their type net by a Mergent haler
15. 6 7. 8 4« 9 ami ad, of >w V* and
cursionists after they srriv«' here.
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
Linotype machine, The type in this -d, of section 23. alao sw •, of aw-
The plan is to have thetu remain in
offlc.* Is set by a printer with a sore Hon 24 also all of section 35. exi-ept-
this county about eight or ten days,
«Bm^raMBMiraBWearMBee»»——.1 ■ - u —i — — »I ........................... I I .1
of aald s«*« U«»n 2.'*,
thumb and (hose who have worked Ing ae «, of nw
during which time side trips will be
alao lots 2 A 3 and •• S of nw
on th«' «as«-” know how it fj'els
all of sw k, ami ek, of sts-tloii 26.
made to Crater latke, to tb>- tesorls
Silver Lak«' Leader.
also lots I
x 6 and »«• k, of set«
on th«* Upper lake and to many of
of section 27. also Iota 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
the other fishing places
it is also
SI M MON'S.
II. 12. 13 A 14 of ««Htlon 34; alao
planned to take the editors through In the Circuit Court of th«* Stat«* of all of s«*ctlon 35. also nw k» of sec
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
tion 36 ull In T 40 S . R BE W M
Or« ««.ii. for Klauialh County
ALEX MARTIN, President
E. R. REAMES, Vice-P>«-»i.lent the agrirultural districts of this sec
also >w ‘a of section 30, w k, of sec
tion so that they may b«- able to ob
Sptatt Welb, Plaintiff, vs Tom tion .11 all in I >0 S It OB., yy
ALEX MARLIN, Jr., Cashier
LESLIE ROGERS, Asst. Cashier
serve the vast resourc«»» of this great Ivory. Defendant
Action at Law t«> M . all In Klamath County. Oregon,
except the following Iota, pieces or
This excursion will be oue of the
To Tom Ivory. th** above ha med parcels of laud released from «aid
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
most profitable that this county could I def«*ndaut
A strip or parcel of land thre«* hun-
DECEMBER 31, 1907.
have and the Chamber of Commerce
In tilt* name of th«' Slate of Or*'- dred (3001 feet wide, being one
can do inestimabl«* good for the coun gon
You ar«' h«*reh> r«*t|iilr«*«l to hundred and fifty (150) feet on «•I th-
Loan« and Discounts.............................
. * 34O.53O.SC try by carrying it to a successful Is appear ami answer th>* complaint ■ i «id.' ol .» orator Uno, ««id orator
line being deacrlbaxt ns follows, lo-
Bonds and Securities............................
filed against you in the above « ntltleil w It.
Real Estän?. Buildings and Fixtures
action, on or before the l«nh day <>t
Cash and Sight Exchange............
Commencing on the E line uf the
Sept,miter 1908. lhal Ixnng the daf> nw
of aectlon >3. Township 40 S..
of the last publication of »umtuon- Range 8 E . W .M . at a point 255
Klamath has already hail the <lis-
LI A BI 1.1 Tl Ita
’an«l the last «late within which th* 84-100 feet south of the quarter sec
tion corner on the north line of aald
I 1U0.000.0C tlnctlon of entertaining a nunilier of lefendunt la required to answer n
Capital »Stock, fully paid
section 23. thence ruuulng south 16
21.758.11 prominent personages, but the an
Surplus and Profits..........
32,000.1* nouncement is now made that this Ixed b> the order of publication of «legrees 531« mln W. 6605 22-100
Due other Banks............
4 J 1.205.4* section is to receive a visit from the his summon'«, and if you fail to ap- feet; thence on a curve to the right
>ear and an-iwer the plaintiff will with a radius of 22.»18 32-100 feet,
a distance of thirty feet, thence upon
>5'5,049.51 most conspicuous figure in America.
■ake judgment against you for the s curve to the right with a radius of
President Roosevelt himself
amouut demanded In his complaint; 11.45» 17-100 feet a diatauce of thlr-
I, Alex Martin, Jr., Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of niv knowledge»»«! believe ath's fine hunting has attracted the that is to sav for the sum of >75. ty feet; thence ou a curvo to th«
At.xx M akti . s , J b ., Cashier.
with interest thereon at the rate of right with a radius of 783» 45-lou
vet. a distance of thirty feet, thenc«
country, and the President is now
8 per cent p«*r annum from June 1. >>n a curve to the right wlih a radlu»
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of January, 1908.
contemplating a trip Into this section
1908. together with costs and «Ha 5729 61-100 feet a distance of thirty
THE LAND MAN
C. H.W ithbow ,
to go on a bear hunt. The plans are
bursements of sa id action and >50 *eet; thence on a curve to the right
Notary Public for Oregon
vet in their inciplency and before it
attorney’s f«*e, ami that the follow- with a radius of 4583 69-100 feet, a
distance of thirty feet, thence on s
is definitely decided that the Presi
ing real property, to-wit:
«•urve to the right with a radlua o
List your Ian.I r.
dent will come here John B Goff, the
The northeast quarter of S«jction 3818 74-100 feet, a distance of thlrt
16. Township 36 South of Range 15 feet, thence on a curve to the rlgl.
clsssea of Kl « n i ii
Colorado hunt, will come here and
with a radlua of 3274 08-100 feet, r
E W M in Klarnath County. Oregon
distance of thirty feet, thence on n
make a thorough investigation. Par
taken and held under attachment in curve to the right with a radius of
ties residing in this city have received
this action, be sold to satisfy any 2864 84-100 feet, a distance of 657
word front Meeker, Colo., the home
I 1«» H-et; thence on a curve to the
of Klamath Falliy at Klamath Falls, in the State of Oregon, at the close
judgment obtaine«! therein.
of Mr. Goff, stating that he will be
of business, July 15, 19ÛS.
t>tl.l«.NTH L »)( RtATION ROOM!
This summons is publlsh«-d in the right with a radius of 3274 08-100,
The only aereag«1 adjacent to
a distance of thirty fwl, thence on a
here shortly to insp«*ct the section in
CO1Ì DOR MITO» li t
Klamath Falls Republican, a weekly curve to the right with a radius of
Klamath Falls for sale in «tnall
>MBY rHIMG HtW
ord«*r to make a report to the Pr«-sl-
newspapeer. printed and published at 32 74 08-100. a dlatanc«* of thirty
tracts. Moro than a score of
The Ideal School for
Loant* and Lhacounis
Klamath Falls. Oregon. t»y order of •evt; thence on a curve to the right
people have m'CU'«'«l sites for
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured......................
executive of the nation to visit this
Henry L. Benson. Judge of said with a radius of 3819 74-100 feet, a
U. H. Bon is t>» secure cir ulation.......................................
ilstani'e of thirty feet; thence on a
A thorough education in all Mandard
section, if the report is favorable, be
Court, and dateil July 27th, 1908.
Bond«, securities, etc ....................................................................
fore he starts on his African trip.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.....................................
The first publication to be made 4583 69-100 feet, a distance of thirty
language«, mathematics, science, In
Reports from all sections of the
Other real estate owned ........................................................................
tory, mu«ic, needlework, et« , alto
in Thursday, the 30th day of July. feet; thence on a curve to th»' right
Due from National Bank» (not reserve agents) .................
country are that deer aud bear are
careful attention to matter« of deport
1908, ami th«- last publbation to be with a radius of 5729 6 I-|)>o feet, a
Due from approve»» reserve agents
................... ......................... 25, 05 71
ment and litoteacconipliihment« »hieh
distance of thirty feet; thence on a
more plentiful than they have been
mad ■ on the loth «lay of fc'ptomber, •jurvt- to th«- right wlili a imllh. ..<
Cbet*ks and other cash items ............................................................
mark the cultured, refined woman.
for several years and if the best hunt
Fract Oital paper currency, nickels and events. .............................
C. F STONE,
All courte« are thoroughly modern in
7639 45-luo feet, a distant«' of thlrt-
ing grounds are pointed out to Mr.
20,'sw I Ml
Law lui Money Reserve in Bank, viz: specie............
arid tyttem. No distinction or
to the right
Attorn«' for Plaintiff
Redemption fund with U.S. Trees. (5 per cent o: circnlation)
Goff it is very probable that Klamath
interference in matter« of religion.
with a radius of 11,459 17-100 feet,
Due from U. b. Treasurer,other than5 per cent redemption f’nd
tKritt/er BookOt-TOItJt X
a distance of thirty feet; thence in a
will be favored with a visit from one
Xoi It i. I <>K 1*1 III.I. A I l«i>.
curve to th«« right with a radius of
’» Academy “^¿”.7
THE LAND MAN
22,918 32-100 feet, a distaili e of
Land Office at luikevlew, Oregon, thirty f«H't; thence on s coursv will« I
la tangent to the laat mentioned
Four Bids on Canal Extension July 15, 1908.
Notice Is hereby given that Henry curve S 34 degre««» 12 mln. W. a
Notice is hereby given that by order
Capital stock pai l in...................................................
At 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
R. Herr, of Dorris, Calif./ who, on
the l«s'al office of the Reclamation
which Is N. 477 6-10 feet ami E ' of the County Court of Klamath County,
l’n<Iivi«l«Hl profit», le«» expenses and taxes pai«l
Oct. 3, 1S07, made Timber and Stone 1207 6-10 feet from th«' quarter sec Oregon, maile and entered on th«' loth
National Bank notes outstanding...........................
Application No. 084. T. A S 8. No. tion corner on the south lln«* of sec Isy of June, 1908, Mary E. Colson has
Due to other National Banks ..................................
extension of the South Branch canal,
tion 27. township and range afore t>een appointed administratrix of the
3803, for Ixit 4, Section 14, T 41
Due to State Banks and Bankers.............................
Four bids wore received.
Huilnm nnd Shorthand Irlining, Ihorouih
Indivviual deposits subject to check.....................
R. 6 E . W M . has filed notice of in
Brothers A Company, who are now
three hundred foot l ight of way and estate of Ebenexer N. Colson, de
Demand certificates of deposit...................................
tention to make final proof, to estab containing 71 75-100 acres. Also a ' ceased; and that all persons having
v M/WWf M H'>i lit in ■
lish claim to tt.e land above described stilp, i>le«e or parcel of laud, loo feet 1 claims against said estate nre hereby
on all five schedules, their bi«l being
NOTE THE MI*E< I Al
before County Clerk. Klamath Co., Ii. width, Iwing fifty feet on either : re«|uire<l to present the sanm with the
>24,36» 60; W. H. Mason of this city
All itinlont 1 wlu> iwrur!« n flit.«« 11. <i th 1 holai
at his office at Klamath Fulls, Oregon side of a center line, suld center line necessary vouchers ami duly vertfieil to «hip and »nt»*r H»|it»nilrt i- 7 will I* . ( uth-tl t«> th»-
also bl«l on all of the schedules, hin
being described as follows:
rournt» to July |, jiwi i hw l.Hliiit/ Ih-.k ,
8 tatb ok O regon , I
on the 2d da«' of October. 1908.
Commencing at a point whli'h la her, the undersigned a«lministratrix, at anti Station«*», t>»:i A<' Thl iciv« - m t > «kfrn
total bid being >22.703.90; Capi. J.
County of Klamath,f
N. 477, 6-10 feet, anti E. 1207 6-10 I her residence nt the Gilson Farm, or at month. Invoatiirntr hi .«I uom««
Claimant rfames os witnesses;
M. McIntire bld on schedule four only
1, W. A. Delxell, Cashier of the aaove-nsmed bank, do solemnly
Address I*. IJII NUR. President.
feet from the quarter amrtlon cor ; the law office of ('. C. Brower, in Klam
linn Gordon, of Keno. Oregon,
swear that the above statement is true to the beet of mv know ledge an 1
his bid being >4311.30, while Hard
ner on 8 lln«' of section 27, township ath halls, Oregon, within six months
Andrew Wise, of Keno Oregon,
" • A. DELZELL, Cashier.
& Johnson bid on schedule eight only,
, 10, Mouth of Range 8 E., W. M ;
Subscribed and eworn to before me this 2t)th «lay of July, 19t>8.
Chas. Elgin, of Dorris. Calif ,
Notice for Publication
thence 8 34 degrees, 12 mln W. a from th«» date of thia notice; nn«l per
their bld being >4560.50.
P. L. FofNTAi.v, Notary Public.
I «lirtaiic«' of 150 feet to the niean<l«'r sons knowing themselves to be indebtetl
C Gordon, of Keno. Oregon
boparltnsnl of tin1 liiu rtor,
C orkkct —Attest
<4. W. WHITE.
The five schedules on which bids
j lln«' on the westerly side of lol 6, ' to th«* said estste are requested to mil I*. H l.an«l Ollie at l.aki'VIl-w, Or. K*.«« lun«'
.1 N WATSON,
J. W. SIEMENS,
were asked comprise the extension
GEO. T. BALDWIN,)
Nolli n I. hereby gl« «-n ihai lam« > I . oor.l.ni.
Register. Isection 27 aforesaid, and containing at said residence or said law office and
[S ial ]
of the South Branch so that If will
of Kt Klaniatli, or.'Voli,
make statement and settlement of same. I'SII, mail«' lu.in.-.t. a.I > inn No .'I,«l, I... I<
This report is one of at least five that will l*e published «luring year and
7« , I-
Dated thin 15th day of July. lfKIH.
VV III Morl.llan, Im* 111.-I noil«-, nt int. iitlott
is for the information of the depositors and others.
In addition at least
all it re«|iilres the digging of seven U S I.ami Offi« al LakoVlt'W, Oie- T. 4o 8 , It 8 E , W. M.,^in<l contaln-
two personal Government inspections are made. We would appreciate a
gon, July 1 4, 1908.
miles of canal
The board of engi
«'laho Io th«* lao.l ahov .1. -. ril„ .| ..........
¡aggregate 111 80-100 acres; ami lie- 1 C. C. Brower, Att’y for Estate.
portion of your patronage.
Notice is hereby given that Re-fora I ok purl of lots 4, 5. 6 and 9 In the
neers has taken no action In regard
Klao.alh rail*, otraoll. OU III.' l-l ‘la , ol Aoi
to the acceptance or rejection of any French <<f lilamath Falls Oregon Se‘4 of the !1W*4 of section 23. lots
t'lalmattl nao < a* w Kite. .
or all of th«- bids and it will be a w ho, on Octobet 6, 1902 made home 2 and 3. ami nw >/, of lhe sw *4 of
K«ld Lnavir ritarit. Mariin lam
i section 26, l<rts 4 and 6 and aek4 of
J -avi.lv. allot t t Klamath Oii iO.ii
2500 Acres free
few date until such a«?llon will be t«-ad «-till *o 2748 Serial No 06» ■ie>4 of section 27, ami lots 6. 7 an-l
I. N W VIHIIN.
nW‘a '0‘a •:•«*< IW‘4
'I tie Lake ude company ha1« 2500 acr«'
< m aedion 34. all in T 4o. 8, it.
x I., W M
m Klamath County, of laml un«l«T th».' A«lsms ilttrh that it
Section ll. T H II , It 9 E W M
, will give RENT FREE for one year
ba . fil»-«l notpe of intention to make 1 < Iregoii
Fea.tltig oh Crickets.
Together with lenernetits. heredl- j This incluilea the use of* the land ami
Notlce lor Publication
The renter muxt «dear ami
Bartles coming In from the Klam lirial live year prtjof, to establish larnente, anil appurtenances there water
Pspantnenl ol the interior.
ath reservation state that the In
s. Ian«l «»tn«« •« bskavl«'»«, Oregon, Juno
er trets all the crop but we rettwrve the C
dians have, during the past week, fore County Clerk of Klamath Coun- taining
The proceeds of said sale will be right to pasture the stubble
Noth o I* tieri'b» glv*'n tlist llsmllmn Mulkt-v.
been enjoying cricket, feasts. Swarms I ty, Oregon, al his office at Klamath 1 applied in the satisfaction of sal«l
ol Klamath Kall*. Ori'gom »«tin. on Mari'Ii II.
Trie Lakeside Company,
ma.b’ tint.... .
entry No :i7.<l, for vv 1
.1 Frank Adams, Manager,
of large brown Insects have been
execution, order and Decree. Interest
NWU h «'. »a.HW'.gWB s.'. .’I, st? .-I'?, s.., i|.,n
Merr ill. < Iragon
and costs and all accruing costs, und
at, Towti«hlpil7 8, K«ng«'9 K. Will vl. rldlan,
crossing the reservation, and In August, 1908
has tlb .l noth ■■ of Intention to tuoko .............. .
Hie over-plus, It any there he. to lie
Claimant iiumes as wit nenäin:
many seel ions the entire Indian pop
miilalIon |>ro'*f, to < ".tal.llNli t'laiiu (o the laml
alsive ili'M'rllsoi .to-tor«' «'.mol v «’ l«'r k Klamath
Fred A. Janssen, John Janssen, paid Into said <<»urt to Le further
ulation has been out catching them
applied as by law directed
«'««., al tils oinr.', hi Klamath Falla, <>r«'gon. on
They are considered a rare delicacy Willie Neubert, Mrs F E Boyd, all
Dated at Klamath Falla. Oregon,
I will not be responsible for tiny lb>* AtIi «lay ol Augti«i, liar«,
«'lalmani nam. - as wlln«*«*t"
thia 21st day of July, 1908
by them and are cooked In various of Klamath Falls, Oregon
bills contra.:le«l by my wife, Maty H.
W m. Hi'brlnar, A. M. lamlaou. I rank John
W 11 BARNES.
Ilan oarll«!«' all of Klamath Kall-.ori-goit.
Large feasts are held to de
J N WATSON.
i Sharlff of Klamath County, Oregon.
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vour the insects.
J. E SULLIVAN
MASON & SLOUGH
0. K. TRANSFER & STORAGE CO
you can enjoy
thoroughly good shampoo
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
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The Pioneer Bank of Klamath County
CHAS. R. BALDWIN. Proprietor
FRAHK IRA WHITE
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Mills Addition lots
FRANK IRA WHITE