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HI I III H n K M U HIM H'
I o the < iix uil < oml of the Hlate of
Olegiin, fol Ixlnllialll Cuuill).
About the sam«« Hi.»’ Hint tin* oil
One of the most distinguished vis
1'ierdliig A I'arrvll. a corporation.
itors to Crater Lake dur eg the n«vt
1'laintlff, is Yli.’l Ad' and Leona <’
E. .1. MURRAY, Editor
Vdj. IU' wife, KlauiHiti Watet l'»ei s
few weeks will be Oregou ■ governet count' 11 like <
Compilili»'.* hnve Imen \ soi’iaiioti, anil Michael Molaclien
Geo. L. Chamberlain. Will G Steel, l '1 *>«>» «’.«.lilt'
bill ili lu < ben. Iivtemlalits
manager of the Crater Lake com orgtinUe«! m
Hull in Equity to fore, lose a limit
h»\ idopnit 11 u ni k ha *
pant has been advised by the gov< rn
Aehiik'f llaic*Z<»lf ltivvs(
1 he 1 « , i < m l ih Ihai Ili gar Notice
Is hereby given that In lit
or that lie will visit the lake some
iihH v» em oni
llICIltM t llllt ^Vill Utili
tile ol ull exei lit loll alld ol del of "Illi'
TWO DOLLARS PI R \ I VR IN ADVANCI
time tills mouth between the loth illcatum-- row
It tin« ti.iw bvell t 'lll»l II al lllè duly Issued out Ilf the lllmve IIHIiK'd
and 20th. Ho will be met nt Medforil
ma«h)nery Hi <1 i ni. Iiu ••*«! b\ Ih«» eouit and cause on the list day el
All commiimestiom. •ul>miti«<l i r pulfiicatìoti ni thè columns ni this («aper
coiu:uiuy Is too light and the presi- entered of record In «aid Clnull
wili I h » insertisi only over tuo nauie ol thè wuler. Ni» non de piume anidre In a few days to attend to the ship
of (lie Madras oil Co . has tiow Court, and In said suit, on the litli
will be publisbed.
ping in of a large quantity of sup
gon«' Io Southern Califon a to pur- day of .tune. 1907. In favor of tlie
plies. The exact time for the gov
'chase a heavler drill, one that will above named plaintiff, directing th*
County tjphool Superintendent J.G.
FILTHS St I ri.t:s Tltol Ill.F.
«ale of the premia«** tlierelu
•< i lb«’*l
ernor's visit has not been fixed but
lie capable of putting i hole down to satisfy tlie sum of 623,4.31 mi nod
Wight, who has serv<>d the countv in
In the 1. t few days many things lie has written Mr. Steel that he will 1000 feet
After g«»lr g down 156 the sum of 62li 10, costs and di"
that capacity for the past four years, have develr ; oil iu Oregon politics af be at his service any time betweeu
feet It was found that l ie machinery buraenients and the furthei sum <>t
has turned the office over to his suc fecting both tlie Presidential cam the dales mentioned.
i iu use was ton light, but Hi company $»00 1)0. attorney's fees, imiklng a
cessor. Prof. J. G. Swan, who assum paign and tlie election of a l uitr’d
!i.’>7. to, witli Intere t »u
As soon as Mr. Steel gets the rest was not m the least «llseouragi'd iilid tntul of
ed official duties Monday.
States Senator by the Legislature. of his equipment on the ground tie as soon as the lieaw mmhlnery ar <aot sum num the 17th ua> of June.
I so,', and necruiug costs.
Superintendent Wight has his an , In all ot tli< ->• matters. I’aBed States will be prepared to take care of par
liv i will ro-uino opet al tons oil n
Now, therefore, by virtue of said
nual report to the state superinteti- Senator Charles W. Fulton has been ties numbering almost forty and his
execution and In compliance with said
largo ’ scale il all lieietofor«
dent about completed and it show - 'Prominent and his most important accommodations will be very good
writ 1 have duly levied ou said prem
1 .■ Ki.i .’ith oil company, which
some very interesting items, among I labor has In a to quell the revolu-
Klamath Falls is the natural gate wa erg. used for the purpose of I m *« and will on Saturday, the 29th
day ot August, 1908, at 10 o'clock
them are the following:
Itlonists win. w.-re plotting to remove wa\ to the great wonder. <‘raler lak<
ly, lias done no actual work. Some A M. of said day. at tin* front door
In Klamath county there are. be- W. M. Cake as state chairman, either bm yet the povs' .ir ot the st«uo will
developing the proapei’ts in this coun- of the County Court House, In Klam
tween the ages of four and twenty. through re - •;nation or bi expulsion. lie perniilleu . . latl the place with
ath Falls, Klamath County, tlregon,
ot the stock has tuin sold and ma sell at public auction to the highest
861 boys and 891 girls and of thh As a result o conferences il has been in. . vuiing io this city. Mr. Steel
chinery bargained for. but other than bidder for cash III hand, all the right,
number 663 are not attending school
1 . ided t b. i k
ull < ont luue al was asked why this was the case and this there lias been no further work title and Interest of the above named
In the schools of this county then I
I: 111 : I
it tue Taft cam- . he explained it b> speaklug about as don ■ Tlie discovery of oil In Crook defendants, and each of them, lu and
were enrolled duriug the past real
i «1— cue assurance of a special follows:
<ounly would doubt less cause an to the following described real plot*
erty, sltuuted lu Klamath Count'
622 boy s and 576 girls, or in all 119.« executive board consisting ot five
"1 must help those who are help awakening Iu the local oil develop State of Oregon, to-wlt:
pupils, and of these 19 bo^i and IS members.
This was takeu up with Ing me. Medford has never refused
ment and therefore Klamath people
Lota 5, li, 1 4 lu and the nw
girls are below lue age of six years. Cake by wire, the latter being iu
to gi aut me any little favor or as- will be Interested In tlie operations the lie'* ol aectlon 22; u I mi Inis
All ot the schools of the county Boston attending tlie Supreme Liwlge
sistaiice tliat 1 have asked of her I of th • company drilling in thnt sec ». ti. 7. 8 A 9 aud se k, of sw
I «<• k» of aectlou 23. ulso sw y, of sec
employed 56 teachers, 11 males and of tbe Knights of Pythias.
people. The Klamath Chamber of tion.
I ion 21; also all of sect ton 25, ex<
45 females. Ot this number two
On the Senatorial question Senator Commerce has given me very little
lug «•■ *4 of nw >* of Halil section
males and 13 females held slate cer- Fulton freely expressed his opluion
also lots 2 <x I and e
of nw *4
assistance. 1 have appealed to the
tificates or diplomas, one male aud and this was that the Legislature
all of hw I4 und
organisation time and again, but al
A deal was <-otisummat<'<l M<
13 females held first grade county should not elect Geo. E. Chamberlain.
also Iota 4. 5, A li mid hc k, of ack
ways with the same result.”
ot aectlon 27; alao Inta 8. 7. x. 9, to,
morning whereby Mrs II E. An
certificates, two males and ten fe
”1 do not belli ve that a Republican
ll. 12, 13 A 14 of aei’tlon 34. also
For the promotion of Crater Lake becolui’S the sole owner of the 1
males held second grade county cer Legislature should elect a Democrat
all of aectlon 35; also nw
and for the best nterests of this city rail rancli, comprising 1120 I
tificates, three males and three fe to the Senate,” he said.
tion 36; all tn T 40 S . It 8 E . \k M
nil under the goverinuent canal
males held third grade county papers
also sw >4 of aectlou 30, w S <'f a*’*'
During his visit to Portland Sena
turn 31 . all tn 1' to s l< I l . W
one female held a primary certificate, tor Fulton l .i- sun ceded in lilockiug Chamber of Commerce should work p<>. ->essed of a permanent pal
M . all iu Klamath Count'. Oreguu.
Heretofore the I
and one male and six females held the game ins friends put up to oust together. Mr. S eel has done much water right
except tlie following Iola. ple< ■•« ot
Cake as state < liairmau. For several
oarcela of laud raleaaed from said
During the year six males and weeks past a combination has been towards advertising the lake and the Cantiall and Mrs. \iikeny, but
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r.
A atrip or |iarc«>l of land three him
nineteen females were applicants for forming to make matters so tropical other attractions of Klamath county th<’ entire property belongs to
b<d ng <>n<
teachers' certificates and of this num that Cake would resign, or this plan and it is due him that the commercial Ankeny. who expects to hold the | drvd 13001 feet Wille; being
hundred mid fifty (150) feet on «Ht h
ber one male and two females failed failing, it was determined to capture organization of thia city give him Its pro|H*rty Indefinitely
At this time el aide of a center line, said renter
to pass the examination.
the state committee and throw him
it is not for sale as a whole or In line being described ua follows, tie
Sample Boom«. Bar Boom, Parlors, Two <
In Klamath county there are 33 out as chairman. One of Fulton's ' he is putting forth to develop the part
It will hereafter bo known as
Rooms, Etc., Etc.
Commencing on (lie E II ne of I I k 1
school districts and school was held closest friends says that the prema tourist business for the Klamath the Ankeny ranch.
nw «4 of aectlon 2 13. Township 40 8 .
in 32 of these, the average term for ture publication of the plaus spoiled country.
al a point 2 .'«5
Range 8 E . W. M.,
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
each district being seven and a half the game and made it necessary for
«4-100 feel south of the quint* i«r sec-
' Veteran« Will MeeL
E. W. Smith, the contractor, lias
Fulton to hurry to Portland to
The annual encampment of the Hon curlier on the north tin*' *d «aid
i straighten out the situation and re- completed the race track andis mov Southern Oregon Veteran's USSlH'ill- section 23; them e running south l *:
d< glees 53*V mlu \V , 6605 22-100
Recent measurements of the fio* | store the harmony whii h his lieuten- ing Ins outfit to the California North lion. Grand Army of the Republic. feit; thetice on a curve to the right
will Im held in Central Point. Septem- with u radius of 22.9I.X 32-100 feet,
of water finding its way through the
a distance of thirty f>*et. them e iqion
S. C. Beach, who was the choice of railroad grade. The race track built ber 9, 10 and I 1.
Tule lake outlet show an increase
« curve to the light with u radius of
Arrangements eave been complet- 11,459 17-lou feet a distance of thir
The hydrographer of the Reclama I one set of Fulton's followers to suc- by Mr. Smith is one of the best in
tion Service did some blasting when
ed for the gathering of the boys of ty feet; thence on a curve to Hu*
he last visited the outlet and by campaign, asserts positively that he fornia and is first class in every re •61-'« . io pitch their tents and to right with a radius <>f 7639 45-100
means of this increased the flow from is not an aspirant for the position spect. It was completed under the enjoy for a few «luya the hospitality feet, a dlatunce of thirty feet; them,
in u curve to the right with u radius
supervision of B. St. George Bishop, |of the people of Central •’oint.
10 second feet to 14 feet. It is his i and does not want it.
5729 61-Km feet a distance of thirty
With or Without Driver
the president of the association, and
opinion that by removing more of th.
feet; thence on a curve to the right
Klamath uiay be pretty warm J. I». Church, the Southern Pacific
with a radius of 4583 «9-100 feet, n
obstructions tbe flow can again b<
Sold Ills Randi.
' liatunce of thirty feet, thence on n
these days, but there are places that construction engineer.
'increased to 20 second feet.
Jas. Emery is in tlie city from Fort curve to the right with u radius of
are worse. Lewis tiertier returned
Now that the track is completed Klamath Saturday on business mat j .38 1 9 7 4-100 feet, a distance of thirty
It is very probable that extensiv<
Friday from a trip to California and the next thing will be the erection
work will be done on the outlet next
ters. He states that he lias sold his feet! thence on a curve to the right
year by the Reclamation Service. En alien asked about that section said: of suitable buildings and President 160 acre ranch a half mile from Fort with a radius of 3274 08-100 feet, a
They are having tbe hottest weather Bishop is already laying plans for
gineers are giving the formation of
txlumaili to to«i .' i.lli ot tlia' place, 1 distance of thirty feet; thence on u
curve to the right with a radius ot
ever known to Sacramento aud San the accomplishment of this
It will and he expects lo move to Corvallis .'864 84-100 feet, a distance of 651
the earth in that locality considerable
Joaquin valleys. At Sacramento tbe be necessary to complete the fence
attention and it is probable that the
in the near future
Tlie ranch Is I-10 feet; thence on a curve to thi
thermometer lias been registering
and buildings so that the fair can be one of the best in the vicinity of right with a radius of 3274 08-100
result will be that a special appro
about 107 iu the shade and at Red
a distance of thirty feet, theme on
priation w ill be set aside for the pur
held at the new grounds this year. Fort Klamath.
curve to the right
Bluff it has been as high as 115. The
pose of experimenting with the en
It is the intention of Mr. Bishop and
with u radius of 3819 74-100 fart,
people are taking to tbe sea resorts
FOR SALE A st oik of general llstance of thirty feet; thence on
larging of the outlet already existing
others whoare interested in the asso
and to tbe mountains. The hot spell
WHIN WK Trine IO« CATALOG
and to open others along tbe south
ciation to hold the fair at about the merchandise including building and 'urve to the right with a radius
aas lasted so long that it is hard on
store fixtures, location is good and
shore of tbe lake. It is the belief of
usual time, and to make the exhibit business is good. For particulars iall 4583 69-100 feet, u distance of thlrt)
the people. Klamath is not hot coni-
feet; thence on a curve to the right
some of the engineers that the outlet
portion of it the main feature. The on or addn
W. 1’ SEDGE. DAIRY, with a radius of 5729 61-100 feet, u
’ pared to those places."
can be enlarged so as to be of mater
matter of holding races has not been OREGON.
Balance of thirty feet, thence on u
When asked about the stock pros
••itrve to the right with u rudlua ot
ial benefit in lowering the lake. The
pects Mr. Gerber stated that condl-
7639 45-100 feet, a distance of thlrt)
only decrease that has occurred in
dous were very good. He and Chas. complete. About the only thing that In the Circuit Court of the State of feet; thence on u curve to the right
the flow of tbe existing outlet is due ,
with a rudlua of 11,459 17-100 feet,
I Horton expect to ship eighteen car can be said at this time is that the i Oregon, for Klamath Comity.
THE LAND MAN
to the fact that the lake lias r< > . Jed
u distance ot thirty feet, thence on a
loads of beef cattie from Mt. Iiebron fair will be held and that the dlree-
Sprait Wells, Plaintiff, vs. Tom curve to the right with a radius of
and the pressure decreased a<- rd-
about next Wednesday. He says that tore of the Agricultural association I Ivory, Defendant. Ai tion at Law to 22.9 IX 32-100 feel, a distarne of
-he rate from this point is about |20 will bold a meeting shortly to decide Recover Money.
thirty feet; thence on n course which
List your lami for »!• * ith this
is tangent to the last mentioned
a car higher than from Montague, upon the time and to arrange the
T 1 Tom Ivory, tlie above-named curve 8. 34 degrees 12 mln W u
olUce, we have l>u>» i a fur tn
Notices of special meetings of the out it is cl aper to ship at that Ag
distance of 31 5 1 feet ton point wlil.h
rinasca of Klamath < »unty
Masonic Lodge to confer degrees on ire than io drive the stock to Mon* the occasion.
In lhe name of the Slate of Ore- [which is N. 477 6-10 feet and E
It will be necessary to dispose of
classes of candidates led a represen 'ague.
You are hereby required to 1207 6-lu feet from the quarter sec-
tative of this paper to make inquiries
appear and answer the complaint tion 27, township and rung*- afore
regarding the growth of this order. stronger," said Mr. Gerber, ■’it has sold in order to make the desired filed against you In the above entitled said. being the southerly end of the
MODiaw rut irMVNr
Klamath Lodge, No. 77, was organ
101-1».H I » t I IF «»Alios lOflMl
action, on or before the 10th day of three hundred foot right of way and
The only arrrage u
ized more than a quarter of a cen weeks. Staple wool Is now bringing no difficulty about this as the asso September, 1908, that lir-ing tlie date containing 74 75-100 acres Also a
Klamath Falla for «a • m onkii
strip, piece or parcel of land, lot) feet
ciation will soon be on a self sus
tury ago with a very small member 13 and 14 cents.”
of the last publication of summons in width, being fifty f.-. t oa Cither
tracts. Merc than a .xfore of
The Ideal School for
In speaking of the California fruit taining basis and owning its own
ship, and it now has a membership
|H*opb* have m*eur««i -,'«•» for
and the last date within which the side of n center line, said center line
of 64. It is one of the best working ndustry, Mr.Gerber stated that more property, which is gradually increas defendant is required to answer as being described as follows:
A thorough ccluraiion in ail standard
lodges in the state and is steadily .han 1J0 carloads of fruit were go ing In value, the owners of the stock fixer! by the order of publication of
t'oinmonclng at a iMilnt which Is
bran« hr* «»surrd, including literature,
ing east from Sacramento every day, will be able to disimse of their shares
N. 477, 6-io feet, and E I2o7 6 10
<> ea, BMlhrii. It I. f nt ,r .. r, h,
this summons, and if you fail to ap feet from the quarter section cor
Among the past masters of the and that the manager of tbe Fruit in the course of a short time.
t‘>ry, music, needlework, err , sko
i pear and answer
the plaintiff will ner on 8 line of section 27. townaliip
are the l»mt buy» <>n tl riarkrt
cureful attention to matters of deport«
When the many benefits that have take Judgment against you for the 40, South of Range x E , W M .
lodge are Judge Geo. T. Baldwin, Growers Association informed him
mentand those accomplishments which
W. T. Shive, E. B. Henry, Alex. Mar
been derived from the county fairs amount demanded in his complaint; thence 8. .3 4 degree«, 12 mln \\ a
murk the cultured, refined woman.
tin, Jr., H. F. Murdoch, J. 8. Orr, Ky '.han $38,000,000 from the fruit in- are taken Into consideration the res that is to sav, for the sum of |75, distance of 15o feet to the tneandei
All courses are thoroughly m<»drrn in
• ubjrrt and system.
No distinction or
Taylor, L. F. Willits and Wm. A.
idents of this county should give ev with interest thereon at tlie rate of
In a financial way, Mr. Gerber ery possible assistance to the promo
interference in mutters ot religion.
W’rlght. The first past master of the
8 per cent per annulli from June I, 35-100 acres.
W'rtr</wr /ladl#<-ro/M F
lodge was A. P. McCarton, who died thinks, conditions are improving tion of the fair association.
Now 1908, together with costs and dis-
Also lots 6, 7 and 8, In section I
slowly. Just at tbis time there is that the ground is owned by the asso
THE LAND MAN
■ St. Mary’i Academy “'/..7? "
T 40 8 . It. 8 E , W. M , mid contain
at Yreka a few years ago.
burseinr’iits of said action and 65 u Ing 36.7 acres, und containing In Hi.
W. A. Delzell is the present mas onsiderable work in the orchards, ciation and a race track that is first
attorney’s fee, anti liiat Ilm follow- aggregate 111 80-11)0 acres, and l>,
ter of the lodge and is keeping it up 1 aut labor is plentiful at >1.25 and class in every particular has been
Ing part of Iota 4. 5, 6 und 9 In the
Ing real property, to-wlt:
to the high standard.
TE VIIER'N 1 \ UH
'built the people of the county must
Notice in hereby given that by order
Tlie nortlieaHt quarter of Section St >4 of the KW *4 of aei’tlon 2.':, lots
has prospered in every way and
put a shoulder to the wheel and 16, Township 36 South of Range 15 2 and .3, and nw>4 of the aw',« of of the County Court of K Inmath County,
C. N. Meyer has just returned from
section 26, Iola 4 und 6 and «<•% of
some time ago announced its inten
Nolle«* I m liei«*l>v r«'■ , that th®
make the fair this fall a grand suc- !.’ W M , in Klamath County, Oregon, se% of aectlon 27, and lota 6. 7 und Or-gon, made and entered on the loth
tion of building a temple. It is like Pacific Grove, Cal , where he took ceas.
Mup«’i 1111.’i><l• nt ' t Klamath
taken and held under attachment in 4 In section .34, ull In T. 40. 8 , It.
ilnr . ialiti’
ly that the building will not be start Mrs. Meyers, who will remain there
will liolit til«- 1
'his artion, Ire sold to satisfy any
v pai*era at
ed this season, but it is the aim of indefinitely for her h.-alth. Mr. Mey
Announcement has been made by | judgment obtained therein.
Together with tenements, heredl- . ceased; and that all persons having High Hchmil bulldin
the lodge to erect an elegant struc ers has always been a Klamath en the directors of the Chamber of Com
This summons is published In the laments, und appurtenances Hmr<
thusiast, but sine», visiting California
ture in the near future.
merce that on Sunday there will be Klamath Falls Republiran, a weekly unto belonging or In any wise apper claims against said estate are hereby Oregon, ns follow
and observing tbe conditions in that
required to present the same with the
an excursion to Fpper lake points. newspaper r, printed mid published at taining.
l ei* Hl*(e l*nI”’
section, he Is of tlie opinion that
The proceeds of auiil sale will be
Telephone advices received from Klamath I as good as the best and The steamer Wlnetna has been char ‘Klamath Falls, Oregon, by order of u| piled In the satisfaction of aid necessary vouchers and duly verified to
<'omriM h< Im Wedn» 1 ly, Ault“*»
Bonanza announce that the Kite I fete that It has a future which will make tered for the occasion ami will leave Hon. Henry 1,. Benson, judge of said ext cution, order and Dectee, interest her, the undersigned administratrix, at 121 II, lit !' 'oclo< k n e
rt lût h «t
and costa mid nil accruing costa, am! her residence at the Colson Farm, or at ulng until Sut ui «Im, '
scheduled for last Saturday was it known an one of the best places on the landing about 8 o'clock In the t’omt, and tinted July 27th, 1908.
The first publication to be made
postponed on account of the hot the Pacific Coast.
4 p m
paid into said court to Le fmllu r ath Falls, Oregon, within six months
weather and because farmers i were
lie says If the farmers in tills sec evening, The fare for the trip will on Thursday, the 30th day of July, applied as by law directed.
from the date of this notice; and per-
busy in the hay fields, It is the in- tion would employ the methods in be $1. 1 Light lunch will be sold on 19li-, and tlie last publication to be
Dated at Klmntilh Falls. (>r< . <>n
" ns knowing themselves to lie indebted
tention of those in charge of the af the cultivation of lands that are used the boat but all liarties are invited made on the 10th day of September, tills 21st day of July, 19ox.
'•> the said estate are requested to call
W. It BARNEH.
C. F. STONE,
fair to postpone It for a few weeks in the vicinity of Pacific Grove the co bring basset dinners. The boat 1908
A rillil»®1 |f’
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oriion at said residence or said law office and
the date to be announced shortly.
, mar, I-®"11'
lands would yield enormous crops
make statement and settlement of same.
A large crowd from this city had and the farmers would all become tinatlon, but will visit a n uni ber of
NOTICE FOR PI BI.K ATItik
NOTICE FOR 1’1 III.It .VI'ION,
Dated this 15th day of July, 1908.
planned to attend the festiviti«-“, but
wealthy, It is his opinion that the
De| artinent of the Interior, V. 8
M ahy E. Cot.Mt in , Administratrix.
it Is probable that a still larger dele
farmers in the Klamath country do people, The schedule will be so ar Laud Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
gon, July 1 4, 1908.
gation will attend if the fete is put
not W’ork when their labors are com- ranged as to stop at one of the big July 15, 1908.
Notice 1« hereby given Hint Restoiu
off until the present hot spell Is over
pared to those of the producers In springs for dinner.
French, of Klamath Falls, Oregon
and until the farmers are not busy
R Herr, of Dorris, Calif., who, on who, on Oetiilier 6, 1902, made honm
with the hay harvest.
Speaking of Investors coining to the season given by the Chamber ol o< i :. I!io7, made Timber and Stone I stead entry No. 2748, Serini No uc'i
2500 Acres Free
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Klamath, Mr. Meyer said, * I met Commerce It is expected Hint there Appliiallon No oxi, 'I'. A 8. 8. No. for s '/4 se '4 , nw '4 se '4 , se 14 w 1,
I lie Lakeside company has 2500 acres
"I land under the Atlums ditch Hint it
C. T. Day, the cnief electrician of many men or means who are Interest will be a large crowd as most of the 3803, for Lot 4, Section 11, T 4 1 8 . ‘Section 11. T 3 8 8, Il 9 E, W M
»lid , «nitui
the Southern Pacific, is again on the ed iu this section and who are deslr- excursionists who will be here at that R 6 I , W. M . has filed notice of In lias filed nut me of Intention to make This includes the use of the land ami
USI I 41h. "
ground, having arrived here from (ous of lomlng here to invest. They time will go on tlie trip.
tention to make final proof, to esiali- 1 final five year proof, to establish water.
The renter must clear and
Sau Francisco on Monday. Through ask many questions and want liter
llsli I'lalin to the land above described I claim to tlie land above deacrllii'd. In place the land in cultivation. The rent
< t irets all the crop hut we reserve th.-
him it is learned that the special i ature, which seems to lie scarce In
A party of colored people on their Iwfori County Clerk, Klamath Co., fore County Clerk of Klamath Conn right t<> pasture the stubble.
Harriman party left Omaha Monday California."
way to Pelican Bay passed through al bis ollie at Klaniulli Falls, Oregon
Tlie Lakeside Company,
I Falls, Oregon, on the 28th day of
and that It is now only a matter of
They are in on I be 2d day of October, 1908.
J. Frank Adams, Manager,
the city on Monday.
u few days until the party will arrive
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Prof li E. L< e, of Wauseon, Ohio, the employ of Harriman and will br
in Klamath Falls en route to Pelican is In tlie city on bis way to Merrill at the resort during the stay of the
Dan Gordon, of Ketio, Oregon,
Fred A. Janssen, John Janssen,
Andrew Wise, of Keno Oregon,
Bay. Mr. Day is not informed as where he will be principal of the party.
It is not definitely known
Willie Neubert, Mrs F. E. Bovd, all
Chas, Elgin, of Dorris, Calif ,
to the personnel of the party, but It school during the ensuing year. He when the visitors will arrive, but
I will noi |>e responsible for any
C Gordon of Keno, Oregon.
Is bls opinion that there will be the is accompanied by his family and preparations that
lillls contra.dod by my wife, Mary II
J N WATSON,
.1 N. WATSON,
family and those who are closely con i while In this city they are the guests ¡are Indicative that the party will be
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of Prof, and Mrs. R. H. Dunbar.
here very shortly.
nected with it.
J. E HIILLIVAN
Governor to Visit Crater Lake
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