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H I AIll Ml<\l 4»’ IHK INTER- ile.* of till nolle’ cannot l>c mad*,
it Is licnoy ui.l.'ii’l und direct'd
luis. LAll'All SIATE*
ll.al sain notice be given by dus uu J
LAND utH. h.
J. N. WATS.JN,
ataicu *4, isos.
4 I 5- TO
uulUeleul cuuluji auiduvil l.ar
beva med lu lt.is ouieu Uj John il
btl.K « I’ iIM.IMi.
V vii U ici , Guilts, (siir, OualeatMSl,
Jua>tti ill. 190».
... I «Uà, Il ««I cuillU.atu iNu
I i ,»*».* cu <t ug m *1 li, I j u .ì, tor
i Timber Sale Applicatimi, Fcbruuiy
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bhi . 5« X, NK »
1.4, Ivuu, Cialur, umi addi « >4.*<l to
a «» >» • 8ec. ili, 1. 4 1 b., ti. 7 h>.,
««. «H.,. by Miiuuui A. Uley, iu the Hull ici i’uKuliu, Euri «i 8 n vice,
w. icJi il la allegod Inai uud M Hilaui ! I uillmid, Uleguii,, will bu io» .lived
bua utterly tailed in ree-1 up tu und including tlie Kill duy I
Tt ore ii llttlo expoctatlon thal the
SpuOt IO Mtiti «airs u* cuiupiy witii1 May. 1903, fur ull the uiurehuuiulil July and Augu»t aun wltl molí tho
li.u piibIle land la»» ut Ih» liuitud di»J limber standing ui dow u un.l I cj trust.
loo Bo l ND8 Too
8iat<>» and tlie rute» aud rvgulallou» ull the live limber tuuikod fur cut
.. II IMI NI »8 l.oo
es.abUsi.iHi Ihureaudar »Uh i«(ur- ling by ll.u ruii »l uffici r lucalud un
. . IM IMI NI»« I .IM)
uuoe lo oalablULlng and uialutalnlng nu me« lu be delluitely designated
II IMI NINI 1.00
< losidonco upou aaul land; ttmt ha <11'1 by the Fuient uflii ■ r befui > culGui
I uul lutablisii a residence lu a hou».> begius ui appiusiiuulely «03 ecu
_ UÍ ¿'ll’ . »4 Ut 8.K.. 33.
oa sani land »libili six monili» troni «libili tlie Hl. 4
8 Ss uf SW 4 uf Hoc. 2 4. NW V» ul
C ash OM.1 BUYS Al THIISB PRICES
iL^idud cuuUuuuu»l). or al «il, upuu MC41. NW 4. and W4 oí HW<s of
other bargains on ihu w ay
Uv iutve mmiu ' dcelrablc L iih I
uud triu.C uf laud; inai he ha» never Sec. 25. E 4» of S<K. 3«,
to <*<h.uigc for Improved prop-
1 cuiUvaian or liuprovod IL«« sume.
1 and inai bis uiuy prosano« ot coni E.. W. M. In ti.o t'ruli'r National
in Klaaiutii lull»—loud
«plying wllh ilio liuuitMlead law» »». | Forest, Oregon; iMlluiaiod to be
le Irrigai« <1., but for
A preueber who owe« »
and appeals from citations to show
io vt ioC a box buuau tberoou nud u 5.683,000 tuet II M. of live and
'atiso will b' suspended, for the time grocer 31*3 7 tas Ron-’ to New York
lu no yet ready.
»mali log stahl«, and immediatel) 4 69,000 feel II. M.
’being, until the expiration of the! <> caucel tue obligation by workl".;;
Houe, choice langill Valley
Mills, attornoy for a num-
lii.ruutl.r Mild l.oiu.Mlua.1 uulryuiaii
| appeal period. In order thal the <t ouL Ilo say« It will r.qulie «¡x
363,000 feet H. M of dead IMiugln >
l.u.d lo < ». li.mg. * for land under
. o.uesteaders in 37-10.
prvtul i uud eugaged in
ber o¡ i
: Department i. ay have an opportunity .oaths to pay off tho debt la mil
l< <4 tn KluJiMh Fulls. Or<>g>>u. fir, 1,51 1,000 f«>-l II M of Uri
i as i < .. J the decision of the
irrigation i«««ir Kluinalli 1- all».
to pa.x.« upon the question Involved, A nges lu lLe „roc. i » bu tino-i ul
. r of tho gineral I^tnd
il that i c also l<«u«<Mi and (armed while fli, 714,0110 i-ul il. M. of llv<
or in «uu of no appeal, that the de New York must be lilgb lu-l .1
«nd « 1,‘JUO feel il M. of d ad sugai
.1 11 lut <t lumi belonging to hl»
i llic - i . . e case of the A tec Land
cisIon 1 erein may become final bí
>lue sii»tInibii. lu,, .'ale, mure ui
IIAti: YGl' NOTI II» TIIK
, Edward B. Perrin,
W. ft.’), who tualdcs in
. . ai d 250,000 fo t 11. M. log -ale
NEW IIONIIJ4 iGOING 1 1* IN
(' "it . t'atlf , wt <>ru < iM
ctors; A. D. Daul'I',
f INiuglas tir auwloRs. cul and ou
tract ni I. . 1 co l «1SO.I was located,
»11!. 18 IDIHII.ì N ?
■ i round
Nu hid of lesa trm
.n, intervenor, raver»-
t. * pust
ir, and foi
in lix’ 4 ir. uit 4 ourl of ila- Rial«' <>i
su for live and |3 lor dead yul
view Ijind t ffice and
more than .« year Imiuodlatrdy pro
On-tfun, F*> r i I m - Comity
low pins, 13.50 for llv« and ll.'io
• To i tho Cltlr'ns of Klamath Falls:
Appreciating the honor and re-
locally known as the
cal l hon’.c-it. ad entry, tho oonluato.' for dead Bought.’« Or, 11,35 fur li»<
aid 4». <*. A 1*1* LIMI ATE.
■rein a numb
uu.. .< ; .g <1 lu :Lo bunJu. su uf con wlilts fir, 33 50 for live mid
IllUi MirovC, near Molli.
i Li wife. PLuutiffs, ve. John ducting a luloon In 8t«k>ou County, • ..d .....mr ; I: an I |3 75 for Doug
al.owed after the s *lec- Mayor uf Klamath Falls, al this par-
u made and afterwards tic lar tint”, and occupying the posi
Calif . ut a placo ««.uitnonly kimwuu
To tho above uaiuot defendant. ."tho bold in tl.o ground **
tiv over-1 t!on as a can IHat • of t’-n convsntlon
• a- sub«
That M feet II. M.. will bo considered und
.e Secretary of tho in-
In- for that office, I feel tl at sum • Join Cotes:
I said tiinl*—a*** Mibmitted Ils final a deposit of }2O0l) pa able to Hie
a now hearing ord?- (.¡statement is due from me as to my
In tLe n^u.o of the State of Or ¿or I ¡.ro 'f ,i sal I tract of land on nr ord»r of The First National Bank of R
decision the Comt.ii- position on contemplated Improve .OU ar» l. .oby inquired to appou ' p
t. ■ ...rd day of April. 190 8, I'oillaud. (>r >gub, must be a nt to
ments and as to my attitude genaral- .... I nnswtrr tl.o coiup.alut U.mifbut 1 i. uo patent han »».«uod Iheriwtn
United Staks C mmissioncr
i nst you iu
i ve ciiUtl.nl i
The record, which is very volum- i>- on the city's affairs.
’ il,. prt.t'ucuof cultivating ti c District Fore ter. Timber iipnu
valid claims lu exempted from rale
To b'gin with, if elected. I si all
os or bet<^
s. 1 a b .i carefully considered,
3rd day oil
Iclrt.l I th e said cuntoatoo, or
e right to reject anv an I nil blds
. 190». luti
h ll.e dut i Ol
und the i Is ory of the transaction, be tne Ma.-or, uut only ia r.ame bu.
In Mi Iteliulf, war Ihoplougli-
m regard« lie applications to pur- In actions as well of Klamath Fal' . i.u Ixjt publlca..
a’ouut hull an acre, which ««1J lu reserved For further information o lli
Third and Mui”, < | |xmtr City
from the State of Oregon. a« a whole, exercising my best ¿a- .to last day w.
you tu « re
* ir.g »:u done juat prior U> tho and regulations governing sales nd-
.! by u:d •. I
.ibseq aently embraced dva.ora and whatever- ability 1 paired to ans ...
wf wuLutkltag Di-al p.uof; flat drowt M t, Erickson. Forest Super
iu its ind mnity lists Ncs. 178 and j po s-ss towards securing, with the jf publication of this Summons, und >t never cultivated said land, or any visor, Medford. Oregon
BF NSON 4. STONE
B. T ALLEN.
1SS, as r o-aied by the testimony, ¡co-operation of the common council, .f you fail to app-.tr r.ud answer, the urtlou of the uarno, to crop, or
4 1 5 «
sl ews a fraudulent scheme front Its
A TTORNEYS AT LAW
imlo any proteuso uf uvor cultlvnt-
lacepuuu, uue utere was no test I- i as a whole. It does nut require the tor the relief demanded in auld cout- u.; .»«Id l.ind other than tLe plough
.///«» fiCHH Hunk
»••ony introduced at the hearing, nor j memory of the oldest inhabitant to piaiat.
ing heroin montionod; that for more
und íru»t Uldi.
Said suit is brought for tho pur han a year prior to submitting hl«
is there a..; tiing ia the record to ( recall Klamath Fails, snugly nestling
f IIS - OREGON
connect A. D Daniels, the claimant at the foot of the hills, growing pose of quitting plaintiffs' Utle to final proof ou ssld entry. Hie said
of beneti ml interest, with any con- slowly, tenderly nursed by our oid- tha t>E *4 of th j SE 44 of Section cont«Mtoo had completely abandoned
$ 1 7mt
splracy or «cheme to defraud, or tlmers; but things have changed, M in Township 39 8. R. 11 East of •aid land and mado bls hum« else
C. C. BROWER
that be lad knowledge that these Wlth the advent of irrigation in •Vlllamotto Morldna in Klamath where, oxoupt for the visit made to
County and improved 'ounty, Oregon, and releasing and iaid tract of land al tl o time of
c-rtificatc- acre not what they were Klamath
COUNSELOR AT LAW
means of transportation and com atisfying a certain mortgage as the plougtdng. as herein wt forth; that
represented to be.
KI,AMATI! FAI.!?«. <H<EG<»N
“AltLougu the said lieu selection munication with the outside world ame applied to tho above deucrlbed Ills alleged ab«>>nco from »aid land
applications were tendered February ( an a&sured fact, a new era has sud-
•*l property; said mortgage being was not due to his employment In
9OOM8T4 8, MURDOCK BLOO.
8, 1904. and the State relinquish-! denly dawned, bringing many peo ;1ven by H. W. Keesoe and Rose the Army. Navy or Marino Corps of
An auction »III be held al tbr
ments w^ce not filed qptil Febru-. ple, attracted by the great opptfrtun- 8. Keesee to you on December 7, tho Unltnd States an a private told Henry l-o» ranch Wednesday, Mat
ary 10, 1904, it is shown by the' itlee offered, which has already re I»97. and for the coots and disbursc- ler. offiocr seaman or marine, during 12th. ut which will be Mild farmin*
record that the said relinquishments sulted In substantial growth. The of said suit, and unless you app-er the war with Stain or during any Implements and household effect«
„.w—for the benefit of. advancement of Klamath Falls can and answer said complaint on or be othor war In which the United States Usual terms govern.
Daniels and were filed in his interest.' no longer be denied, neither can it fore the said 3rd day of June, 1909, may be engaged, and that said
Wlthro* -Melh*»e HuUdlng
Wanted Girl for cooking and
Through, perhaps inadvertence, the be held back, though its growth the plcJntlffs will apply to the Court parties are hereby notlOod to ap
lieu applications and State relin-, may be retarded for the time being for the relief demanded In said com pear. roepond and offer Ovldencc general housework
OR C. P. MASON
quishments »ere not transmitted in, by lack of public spirit and civic plaint.
touching t>ald allegations at 10 and good wages. Phono or write.
the same enclosure, and the latter (Improvements.
This summons is published in the o'clock a. m . on May 31, 1909, be
— v. ......
««9 11 f two
vxfzw mark •» at ♦ KAA
did w not
your office •« until
people in 1912 and Klamath Falla “Republican,** a fore R. M. Richardson, U 8 Com
•rti.w m American Hank A Trust ('«■»■
Let us set .veekly newspaper printed and pub missioner, at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
days after the applications had is going to get them.
been tendered. However, the differ our peg at the 25,000 mark and all isbed at Klamath Falla. Oregon, and that final bearing will be held
ence in the dates of filing of these bands follow Portland’s lead and go by order of Honorable George at 10 o'clock a. m . on June 9. 1909,
L UM4TM FAIL*
papers is unimportant and the tran out and get them. Let Klamath Poland, Judge of acid Court, dated t»efore the Register and Receiver
Puin|Mi Water, Kuna
saction must be regarded as part Falls conj^ into her own just as fast ’he 21st day of April, 1909, the the- United States Land Office
of the proffer of exchange of lands, as every citizens can boost It there. first publication to be made on the IjUieview. Oregon
Chops Feed, Etc.
to remove objections to the State The gateway has been opened for 25th day of April, 1909, and the laut
J. N WATSON.
indemity lists and effective as the development of Klamath Falls, >ublicatlon to be mado on the 3rd
State yonr nerds,
rite for raising XI anU-» pa par
and its resources and possibilities lay of June, 1909.
though presented the same date,
The said contestant having. In
“The fact that the lands involved have been exploited to tbo outside
Benson A 8tone and proper affidavit, filed March 15.
fairramxib nr a rm,
H W. Ko-.see,
190», set forth facts which show nrxniNK
were on February 8, 1904, covered ( world. Let us got into the lead of
laffiow«. ■tmaaa Fwatim. Mi*rw
by intervening homestead and tin»-'the procession with our municipal 4-25 6-2
Attorneys for Plaintiffs that after due diligence personal s«r- ■ <11
U« Muek »4 luin I.AM1A, U111.00»
ber and stone entries cannot defeat legislation, also our civic Improve-
the said lieu selections, as said I ' -------
and make Klamath Falls —
entries were made at a time when pride of Southern Oregon, the prin
the land was segregated by the cipal city on the new line between
State lists, and as none of the Portland and Sacramonto.
To accomplish these things re
parties alleged settlement or other
rights prior to the filing of the quires an Intelligent and buslness-
State lists, they are no bar to the like administration of the city's
If elected Mayor, I shall
proceedings of the 8tate's purchaser affairs.
Insist upon an economical expendl-
4SI The case is on all fours with ture of public funds, that the people
that of the California and Oregon may feel free to acknowledge value
Land Co. et al (33 L. D„ 595) and , received for every dollar expended,
under the doctrine therein announ- There are, of course, oertaln requlre-
ced, which must govern this case,! ments in the way of civic Improve
your said decision for the Intervener ments, the preliminary steps for
is reversed and lieu selections Nos. which have already been, taken
15,016, 15,017 and 15,018 will re essential to the growth, welfare and
main intact subject to the right of prosperity of the city that call for
appeal by the parties adversely the expenditure of quite a large
sum of money, tbo returns from
“The records of this office show which can scarcely be estimated In
that between the date of the pro- dollars and 1 cents that must be
mulgation of the Secretary’s de carried forward. These requirements
cision uf June 26, 1906, which di I heartily favor. I am already com
rected the rejection of the said lieu mitted to a more ample system of
the fire protection and to an adequate
Azttc company's application was lower system and street improve
rejected by this office August 2, ment.
Tn conclusion, I shall add that my
1906, and Perrin’s application Aug
ust 8, 1906, and the promulgation administration. If elected to the
of the Secretary’s decision of May office of Mayor, will be characterized
15 and 16, 1907, on review, which by a vigorous and fearless applica
reinstated the said selections (ap tion of the principle that a public
plications). you allowed various office Is a public trust.
F. T. SANDERSON.
homestead and timber and stone
cash entries, three of which have
been inadvertently passed to patent,
Another polar expedition has re
towlt: Leslie Rogers, Frank John turned without haring accomplished
ston and Ralph E. Butler.
Its purpose. We haro always been
“Action upon the Improvldently of the opinion that It would be a
issued patents, the various pending cold day when man discorered either
entries, applications, answers
one of the poles.
BUY LOTS NOW
CHANCE & CO
FRANK IRA WHITE
FAIRBANKS, MOUSE * CO.
the First Trust and Sav
ings Bank? If not The
Republican will start one