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GALI. 1111*1'1 NI.NGH,
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ItEHTOIt ITIÖN T<> FXTIlY OF 'prlated, will be subject to settlement
LAADS IX NATIONAL FOIIEMT. I under the public land laws of the
I ho Circuit Court of the Stat«
List» Supplemental KI 7, 1549,’ ' United States on and after April 6,
li Wulkcr, of Itelivi'itou, is
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•gon, for the County of Klain-
1 H n and 1 >29.
| I 90!i I*, but shall n<>t b«* subject to **n-
Glut UHI I 'll
Mr. mid .M
1» hereby given that the try, filing, r »election until May 6,
Carrie Nelson, Plaintiff V». Hana
u h h
lands de »■rib'd b»-luw, embracing: , 1909. at th I ulted Htate» lurid office Nelson, Peter Nelson, J. H llaiulh-
Mr» F I. I*o|
«.,5 27 i*. *
within the Crater, C.is at Lakeview, t»reg««n, warning being ton and 4: nma Hmiillton, his wife,
Oil ii visti wltli bis da igliict, Alt»
b » 11 <• It•• I I I It rm»
cade uii'l Deadi u l •-» National For-s 1 expressly given that no person will Anna Margaret Hansen and Wllhelni
est», Ol * '4 i.II, will bi* subject to sei I be |»«-rmltt«-»J to gain or eaercise any Hatiseti, her hitsliand, D**fendanta.
< ’ < • I.uw r»*turtied lusl Thutsday
Mi» J II
Heinen* a nd entry under Jhe provi right whatever under any settlement
Summon.». Suit in Equity to Quiet
Atid»*i on s|ieli
■Mrs frolli Bonunzu w le rii he weut tu si i vi
sion» of I de homestead laws of the or »M i'Upatlon b« gun after January Title.
W. II I ludir
ti suminon» for tilt* »lu-rlff
and the act of June 6, 1909, and prior to April •, 1909. j
To tl e above named defendants,
Horn' To A
I Mrs. 1
C C Itogli«* li ft liisl l-'i Iday fui
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all such settlement or oi l'll pation be-1 Peter Nel-ou . Anna Margaret Hansen
Anu Fi.inclsi-o oli u I iiih I ii »-»» trip. Il«*
lied Stale» land office at Lakeview. Ing forbldd«-n
and Wilhelm Hansen
will tee nbsvnt ubout n w»**-k .
Oregon, on March 27, 1909.
Willamette Principal .M‘ridIan
lr the n.i’- e of th.- State of Ore-
Bottler wl o was actually and In good I
Singer, Wheeler * Wli son Sewliig
T. 40 S., R. 9 E., 814 NE14. Sec gon you and each of you are hereby
Mary. Ili-iit rlx und Illi ) 111011(1
faith claiming any of »aid lands for tion 2 4
Mudili e „ -i ■ , cor. >tb and Maio—
j .lr'd* to appear and answer the
sour stomucli or muy-
Hut uuluy w|t li Mrs. If. F Tull
ugrlcultural purposes prior to Janu- FRED DENNETT. Commissioner of complaint filed against you In the
n nil oil. .Mudi In va for
1 lndlg"»iion, dyspepsia,
Thu riuid» are In H hu<! <•<>!
ary 1, I !•<>»>, and ha not ubandoned( the General Land Office.
I above entitled »nit. on or before the
ii.db* we** broughl In troni
< i .i i :■ i b of stomacli I*
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now to i»i to
»ume, I a a pri feien
FRANK PIERCE, First A».
»1th day of March. It..»:», that being
tuk<* your stomach
are » »»nip» lli"l to stu
u lioin» »i a<l » nt ry f
Secretary of the interior.
■ he <!at. of the last publication of
Ing It lonesome fot
umn.oi.«. and the last day within
K I,lui to open a 50-
I. M Rolli toll II
Usted i I poll the a;qi
the defendant- an- required to
Dlapepsln and lot
ytmiit.i i mm nltir. ••
MH K E.
.¡.¡•a- and anwei, »■ fixed by the
Belli ZU OU II
ti triangule und s
Mlle, Qrygpp, wliyi
u pref» ¡
■ right sul
. d* r of i.ubli. atlon of thia sum*
pwl to I»- al> u
r»'|'IOtl<t to I k * »etho
h iute» there I» left ufi
nor -. t ! 1f you fall t > appear and
George VVuiii r»*<
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ant I» qua' Ufind
of Klamtr »■ plaintiff » Hl apply to the
f name for your tri
burs of bwhii oti Ti
■r, wl o I
Ml ■i I h
entry- and I the
((‘ourt for the relief jiiayed for in
II (' And«*r»on u
t nla, he
ci else» pilor to
1 Maid comp laint, to-wli
were bop) |ii*i4kir,
it ate and
w hl«h (late tho
decree qui - ug plaintiff«
slot III stopped flii ti
our land» will
jn arid to the h. ¡iowing <!■ -.»-rib-
I to M *((k*c rrir-nt
100 m i«»» to I,
you ami entry by any quallf
I I» lì Monds
d per ram. Insane person.
od real property, to-wit:
I ¡I p
W il II
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The la: »1» 11 •• u*. follows. The N' W %
Ot I ! e Sou: hw eit 14 Í
Notice of Hear
Hl M G
be< n hauling
ulliu* mi after
of NW ' , , H»-c, 25, and t| » NEI, of Sale By Guardian
the Northwest *4 of the Southwest
a, It ai 11> n rn,
NE14, S- < 2«, T. 34 B., R. « E W.
Notice Is hereby given that Thom *4, and the Southeast L >, of the
Mis. Hadbiy lia. Imuli
i in bowels ti-lideruess In tlie pit of ,M„ listed upon the application of
Section 11. Town
E. Stanley, the guardian of the Northwest *4
< out rIloit ton» fot Go- i
stomach, bad is-ie In mouth, consti- Daniel <1 Brown, of Fort Klamuth,
person and e»tate of Robert Laugh ship 38, South of Range 12 East of
day on lii» ti lp lo Washington, D C,
th»* pl<*a»uut w ay n I i *
ration, puin tn limbs, slwplei ne»s, Oregon.
lin, an Insane person, has filed a pe Willamette Meridian, »ontalning 160
as special r.-pie». illative of the Kliim
till* pcopli* lii»-« could not In-ip
as. biliousness. »Ick
Also a tract of 11'27 acres slt- tition praying for an order to sell, at acres, situate In Klamath County,
give ntid ;i tout llitl»* sum who liv* at h Water l'aera Association
! »-uda» lie. ir-i vuusliess, dizzinei a nd uaK-d in See.
7, T. 24 S, R. S E.. private sale, the real property here ' Oregon.
< ui »'d ‘
Superintendent H. G Wilson lame many other similar symptoms.
described as follows: inafter described, belonging to the
Also a certain lot or parcel of land
llowurd 4> Connor I:ml the ml for- down from tin* Agency lust Friday
If yom apja-llte I» fickl»*, and noth Beginning at a point identical with estate of said insane person, and that situate in the City of Klamath Falls.
tune to ticizv lil» foot while w <>r k • to meet
of Denver, who ing tempts you, or you belch gas or th«* NW corner of Se»-lion 18; ex-
the 27th day of February, 1909, has ¡County of Klamath, State of Oregon,
Ing with th»* surveyors lu»t w«*»*k mid Is here
If you f»-»*l bloated after rating, or tending thence E. 60 chains; t tiene« I been fixed for the date of hearing I d«-scribed as follows, to-wit:
has come h»»ni»* until lie 1» aide to
« ii « engaged in our food Iles Ilk»* a lump of l>*a»l on N. 10 < t ains; thence N. 4'» deg., W. said petition, and that the same will
Beginning at the Northeasterly
the r.al estate business nt Bonanza your »tonni» li. you < an mak>* up your 14.14 chains; thence W. 50 chains; be heard at the hour of 10 o'clock corner of Lot 8, in Block 55 of Nich
Allee and Hazel, tin* little daugti two year» ago, arrived In the city mind tint at the bottom of all this
theme S 20 chains to |»olnt of be I A. M.. on said day, at the court room ols Addition to the Town of K'atnatb
* 4 tors of W. It Hadley, have been quite Monday evening front Redding.
there I» but one iau»e feruientutlon ginning, listed u|»on the application 'of said above entitled court at Klam Falls, Oregon, as marked and d»nig-
III with tonsllltls.
of T. F. * Hamner, of Crescent, Ore ath Falls, in said county and s'ate. nated on the official plat of said Ad
Money to Loan—-We have a few of ulidlgi-sted food.
W. H Todd Is feeding Ills <atll<
Provi- io yourself, after your next gon, who alleges settlement in 1905. All persons Interested are required dition; thence Westerly 65 feet to
on th«* old Flsli place
s\v . s.. 1
tin- to appear at such time and place, and the Northw«?sterly corner of said Lot
meal. tl:ut your »lomai li I» a» good
Lucy und Goldie Johnson have 1 tat». Loan must be paid by May 1,
>4 , ! show cause, if any they have, why an 8; thence Southerly along the West
MASON it SLOUGH.
been unable to attend school for tIn 1909,
and the N >4 of HE <4 of NW 14, Sec. ’order should not be granted as prayed erly line of said Lot 8. 110 feet;
W A. Wingate, who ha» been vu
last Week on t*»'-'**l!*' of «tck'ie.»
22. T. 23 S., R. 10 E., application of I tor in said petition.
thence Easterly and at right angles
gaged on the building of tile luike begin i-ntlng what you wunt without
1 William H. Howard, of Rosland, Ore-1 The property referred to in said to Ninth street. 65- feet; thence
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Almost instant r»lk-f I» waiting for gon. The SE14. Sec. 14, T. 3 4 S..j petition is particularly described* as Northerly along the Easterly line of
FORT h LIMATI! NKWb.
♦ lutkevlew Thursday on his way to y oil. It I» merely a matter of how It 6 E . application of C. E. Mulkey.! follows, to-wit:
said Lot 8, 110 feet to the place ot
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take a little Diapepsin. , i of Fort Klamath. Oregon. The SE14 I The S*4 of the NE14 an<l tb® ^•’14 beginning
E. Stewart, the California horse
I of NW«,« of NW 14. Sec. 23, T 34 8„ ¡of the SE%. Section 13. Township and for a judgment against defend-
John ilcMlg drove »tag.* u cinipi«* buyer, arrived lust Friday from San
R. 6 E.. application of Sherman A.
ants and each of them, for her costs
of days la»t week
lie will probably be a \ new RE< IFF FOIC < HI I.LEICS, Brown, of Fort Klamath. Oregon. | 38 South, Range 11 East. W. M , in
and disbursements in this suit.
Harry Scott »»« In town
witness In the horse and cattle steal-
Cream half a pound of butter with Ih. \t >« of NW«,« Ot NW«-«, thv
This summons is published in the
Ora Engle returned from
l ng cases.
three-quarters of a pound of powder NE14 of NW 14. the W14 of NE14.
Klamath Republican, a weekly news
Th»* Ml»»v» Nett Drew, Maud llHld- ed sugar, nils with them six well-
paper printed and published at Klam
.Mr and Mrs lienry Gordon »pent win and Edna Jensen gave a pillow beaten egg», cinnamon and nutmeg and the N14 of NW14 of 8E14. Sec this 25th day of January. 1909.
22, T. 34 8 . R. 6 E.. application of
ath Falls. Klamath County. Oregon,
THOMAS E. STANLEY.
t-aturday evening al th., home ol Mr »bower last Thursday at th»* home of
to taste, and enough flour to make Frank M. Upp. of Klamath Falls.
Guardian. I by
sad Mt*. Clay Harker.
* order of Honorable George Noland
Mr« Cogswell. In honor of Ml»« Stel'a a dough you can roll out. The dough Oregon
I Judge of said Circuit Court, and dat-
Warren Klngdou ha» hern under Cam pbell.
.should be a little stiff
Roll Into a FRED DENNETT. Commissioner of
* •«! the 27th day of January, 1909,
the weather for the past week.
! the first publication to b® made on
Ora Engle, ot Fort Klamath, was thin sheet, cut Into any shape you
the General luind Offi»-e. Approved
Our school wa* visited Tuesday
arraigned Friday afternoon on an In- wish and drop Into deep boiling fat.
January 8, 1909.
Thursday. January 28th, 1909, and
by Mr and Mr». Ed Turner.
dlctment charging him with violating Drop In otic to try the heat of the fat FRANK PIERCE, First Assistant
the last publication to be made oo
Frank Denton took a bunch of
the local option law. and entered a It should rise to the surface almost
Secretary of the Interior.
, March 11, 1909.
cattle through town Saturday from
11 th.» Weed ranch. where they have plea of not guilty.
‘Immediately and brown quickly. Cut 1-2 8-2 1 8
BENSON & STONE,
out all you m»*an to cook before you
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
been fed during the fore part erf the
Mrs I. V. Fields, of the Klamath
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Bakery, makes a specialty of cater
General Land Office, Washington, D.
NOTH E TO CREDITORS.
I>r. liurgln. from Klamath Falla, ing for banquets and private parties cooking you will have no time to stop
C., January 7. 1909.
Notice is hereby given to all per
was In Ft Klamath for a few day« Let her arrange your dinners and
Notice of Restoration of Public
sons concerned, that the undersign
move It to the side of the stove. Have
Parker Butler and Lindsay Denison,
banquets for you.
lanids to Settlement and Entry.
ed has been duly appointed adminis
each racing to see which will bump
JesHe McCoy ha* learned to • play
H Rabbes. of Buffalo. N. Y., , I» a
Notice Is hereby given that the
trator of the estate of John D. Whit
your funny bone hardest.
hl» cornet quite well,
He Is i now recent arrival In the city. Mr. Rab- per and lay the crullers In this as
First Assistant Secretary of the !n-
man. deceased, by the County Court
capable of entertaining the 1 «hole bee 1« an exi>erlenc«Hl cement con-
One tragedy that will grip your
terlor has vacated de|»artniental or-
of Klamath County, Oregon, and that
bed room window, of tractor and expwts to locate teere. spilt spoon. Sprinkle them with pow
town from his
all persons havlng claims against
dered »ugar. und when they are cold dvr of withdrawal in so far as the
Hr cam»* her«» to look over the • field '
And article» by RusselJ, Paine and
said estate are required to present
Uollle Gray I» doing the black- and 111») become Interested In the1
rigation purposes under the act of
I the same to me at the office of H. W.
Dickson that cut deep into things.
stone crock. Delineator.
smithing »Ince Mr Noah left.
Il«draii1lc Ccptent a Brick Company
June 17. 1902 (32 Stat., 3881, for
Keesee, at Klamath Falls. Oregon,
ll.-n l.ooh|ey, (' E Mulkey and which 1» belug formed b> loca( capi
um * in connection with the Klamath
six months from this date.
Amberol Records play for four
MONTB. THE CAT IS BACK
Dr. Burglu went to the head of For) talists and business men.
Project, Oregon, of the following de
properly verified as by law required.
Creek Sunduy fi<hlng and hunting on
minutes At Mullers.
For Sale By
scribed lands in the State of Oregon,
Deputy Sheriff tluthrldgo, W. P.
Dated January 214th, 1909.
and by his authority such of said
McMillan and Chas. DeLay left Sat-j
B. S. GRIGSBY.
F E. ANKENY
Claud** LooMley, Dennie Law-ton und
tracts as have not been heretofore
Administrator of the Estate of John
Mrs. J F Loosley were In town Sun nrdav morning for Salem with the*
, finally restored and are not other-
two bank robbers, John Hall and I
D. Whitman, deceased.
Rial Pr»*ev«*r. The two Ramsey boys
William aged 13. and Fred ag«*d*11.i
« »* I <>l Illi LINGER J tit.
will be taken to th«» Children's Hnm«»|
in Portland at the same time, having
Will some one please step forward been committed by Judge Griffith of)
and toll us what the see saw *
the Juvenile Court yesterday.
Are your harrow teeth aching out
Engineer Rankin, of th«* Southern
In some snow drifted fence corner?
Pacific survey, left on Tuesday ac
If so. why »<>?
companied by ills wife and aon for
The men who try to hide their light
are few, while those who seek to the surveying camp near the
shine In the light of others are many.
The kitchen range is not very large
They encountered snow- io
or Imposing, but It is a most Import- elicy.
the depth of four and a half feet on
Ina complement to the cattle and
the Klamath marsh and were finally
Now is the time when the doctor
break camp and finish gets busy, and the patent medicine
The reason so many men are loung compelled to
this end of the line.
manufacturers reap the harvest, un
ing ubout waiting for political plums, the work on
Jack Berry, of Fort Klamath, was Ie»» great care is taken to dress
Is because they are too lazy to raise
arraigned la»t Thursday on an In warmly and keep the feet dry. This
plums of any sort.
It la an apparent contradiction thul dict meat found by the Grand Jury is the advice of an old eminent au
while the grocer desires to take or charging Berry und Ora Engle with thority, who says that Rheumatism
ders from everybody, he insists upon violating the local option law. Berry ami Kidney trouble weather is here,
pleaded not guilty and having fur- and also tells what to do iu case of
doing quite as he pleases,
A tempest in a teapot is a familiar nlshvd ball was allowed to go until an attack.
Get from any good prescription
phenomenon; but only those who live the cas»* was set for trial, which will
In the cycloue bolt are permitted to follow the other local option cases pharmacy one-half ounce Fluid Ex
some time after (he eighth of Febru- tract Dandelion, one ounce Compound
observe a teapot in a tempest.
Knrgon, three ounces Compound Syr-
Whl'« you are tinkering around at
Mrs. D. T,. Crow returned Inst Fri- up Sarsaparilla. Mix by shaking In
this season making things, make a
few good resolutions, and then stick day from n visit with relatives at a bottle and take a teaspoonful after
to them like a sand burr to a sheep's La Grande, It took Mrs. Crow three I meals and at bedtime.
Just try» this simple home-made
days to get from l,a Grande to Port
Good nature Is uh contagious ns land, which Is only a twelve hour mixture at the first sign of Rheuma
the measles Put on your best smile ride. Tho trains were tied up at The tism, or If your bay-k aches or you
when you get up In the morning and Dalles, and she with aoveral hundred feel that the kidneys are not acting
has and always will be accepted as a bonafide offer, Here are
observe bow everybody will greet you 'other passengers walked across tho Just right. This is said to be a splen
the last few days’ offerings:
¡Columbia on the Ice.
There they did kidney regulator, and almost cer
with a sunny face.
Too many men who before their boarded th«» train on tho North Bank tain remedy for all forms of Rheu
Suits up to $10 value, sale price $5.85
marriage were always particular to ! road, but ran into a big slide and matism, which is caused by uric acid
gel out of the buggy and help tho I were finally compelled to go to Spo in the blood, which the kidneys fail
young'woman In, may lie' observed kane und around to Seattle to reach to fflter out. Any one can easily pre
a fow yearf nfto) uwlrriage'sitting in Piytjgnd,
pare this nt home and gt small cost.
r»** ' • 4
Sweaters, regular $2.50'value, $ 1.00
Druggists In this town and vicinity,
tbs wagou.while thegood wife clatiib-
Gloves, Quilts and Blankets at a sacrifice
when ahowji the prescription, stated
.V «<*• in oyer the whuol aft beat.«be may,
"•N¿- TMre la aomethiiijp'itrting .whnn the hardships,”, sa|(l, Undo Remus,"I thaf they can either supply those In-
Ju^t askjilpi;., Waa ho ever(>qp ^»p .<re<|lents, or, it ouv readers prefer,
of a powder mill and blown a hun they will compound the mixturé for
From Janttary Farm .Tournai dred feet In the air?"
DISTRESS FRO M
Àls9 Misery Prom Indices
tion Vanishes Five
HAS GOT THIS MONTH
WARM AND DRY
TO STAY WELL
Advice of Noted Authority,
Also Gives a Simple
THE END IS NEAR
We have but a few days to remain
in our old store room, but we are
going to make these last few days
very interesting for those who are
looking for real genuine bargains
BEAR IN MIND that the policy of this firm
is to strictly adhere to the one-price sytem.
Therefore, a sale announced by the