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>100 Reward, >100.
than * year prior to submitting hl«
final proof on said entry, tlv* »aid Th* roadar» uf till* payer *«lil b* plr»a»l la
learn ihsl lh*r» I» al l*aal una ilramlsd ittwaaa
oonlawtao haul oompl**t«dy at*uud>>n<»<l that arlanr« lia* brau ahi« lu pura In all Ila
said lai nd and mad« hl» home ol«o •IM*S. and Ihal I« ralarrh. Ha.l a < »¡arrh
whoro, «««»»pt for tho visit made to Cur* I* ih* euly i«*sitlv* our« uuw kuuwa in
said triU't of land at th* time of ihr ■•dleel troiata Ilf. I'alarrh b«lng a «on.
•tltutlonal dlwaw, r«»|ulr«« a aoMUluuonal
ploughing, as herviu out forth; that tr<>atm«ut Hall'* Catarrh Cur« la laknn in-
hia all«>g<»l abweiioc from said laud larnallv. aa'llng .ilrovlly upon Ih» blissl and
wax ihk du« to his employment in ueii'eua •urlaci.« ul lh« «;«Uui, tb»r»l>y dr.
Mr» R II. Duncan and Mrs Henry thu Army, Navy or Muflu«' »’orp« of ■iruylug ih« tumulatimi ut ih* «llwaa«, aud
Du oran were riatti ng Mrs It 8. Ph 11 th<> Uultiul Stat**» as a private »old »Wing lh>. pallaul «Iraiisth by building up
th« HHKlIlullun and aaalallng naturu lu doing
ips Thursday, and also called on Mm
lor. ollloor. seaman or marine, during Ila »orb. Ih» pi..primer» tears mt muih la lib
th>> war with Spain or during any iu tu lurallvn pow«ra ihal tb»y »n«r Ona
Mr Prleat U In the «alley visiting other war In which the United States Huiilr.t imi tara tor any i'«a« Il lall« io cur«.
I th«» community In the interest <»f a may I m * ongag<<d. ami that said Sa'l.d lur Ila* ul Ual*m*aii*ata.
lift» inaurane« rompan)
parti**« are hereby uutlfiia! to ap
50 l*t»l'ND HAUK 11 70
Holland's baby lias a 110,00(1
SALT, 4 GROI'ND ...........................
K. R. C. William» ami family w«>r«» p**ar, rua|M*ud aud offer ovldencv
tw> INH’ND HAUK
carriage mid will uever have a
visiting Prang Borg aud family Sun- touching »«id allegations al 11*
.50 INVI ND HAUK
grenier throne from which to qu«en
o'clock a m . on May 31, 1909. bo-
too IMl’NDS 7.00
R M llichardson, U. S t'om-
mliMloner, at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
visiting Mr* E S Phill]!«
IN 1*01 NDS 1 oo
riti ne *
that final licariug will bo held
I * 1*01 Nit*
al 10 u clock a m., on Juuu 9. 1909,
kim-HII*. KFtll'I.XK PRICE J.V
before the Register nuil lliMi'Iivi nt
Mrs F. D Swlugl*» was stalling
Hie United Elatoa Land Office at
Mrs Frank Boggs last »«»k
CASH OMA bi \ * \i rm si pwici s
Mr and Mrs Frank Boggs w or«»
Olili R BARGAINS ON lili W (X
J N WATSON.
W«< lutve Mtiue ilcwiral*!«' land
visitors at Bon.-tnza last w«s»k
lo . «.hmige f**r iiupr*»« e«l |*r**|e
Thu said ><>nt> stunt having, in
erty In Ria malli Falla—land
affidavit, filed March
H.«» <» Short ‘a auction ad on page •»
♦ ♦AAAAAAAA A ♦ ♦ • ♦
Ing on the bridges which be
liuti will le* Irrigui««!,, l*ut for
1909, act forth facts which show
NEWS FROM YONNA.
DIREI.1.A NEWS NOTES.
contract to build about June 12. The* ♦
that after du* diligence personal sur-
wlUili water la no y««< remiy.
DI PAItlMENT 09
I HE INTER* vine of thin notice cannot b« made,
William Smith and S Perry of will probably b’sin on the bridge at ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ A ♦ A A ♦ ♦ A A A A
N oiim ' «liuti-«* lanigell Valley
Bly stopped at Manuel Vieras last Kono.
it is hereby ordered and ilir**«t'<l
loft. I NI TEI» Hl'AT EH
Mr and Mrs
lami io cviliuuge for lmi*l Ullllrt
William Flacku* has been making
(hat ouch notice l><< given by du« and
Sunday on their way to Central
LAND OFFH K.
Irrigai l**n near Ivlamatli Falk.
P< .nt, where they will consult a phy liuprovetnenlj on his placo by build ■of Mr.*. Bowne’a mother,
Ing new fence.
sician about Mr. Perry's health
March 3 1. 1909 I-1 5 30
Jesse Drew was in Dairy Thursday
Mr. Manning from the Falls p‘.»»-«l
NOTH ED IHK
William Clarke is no» working on
through Yonna last Weeduesday.
Hlod In II li office by John II
XI XX HOME* GOING VP !N
ou to Mrs. Gerber's ranch, recently
Ed Wiggins is now working for
VoLm -r, Dorila, Calif, contestant,
Mr. and Mrs Charles McCutnber purci'.ix-d from M. F Orr
Mil IM titilli ION'*
P. IL Gray of Dairy.
Clint Lyon's I as iuatalled a phone again»: ! homer.' -ml entry No. 3957,
Sc.y Clark left last Monday 'o
April 33, 1*0 t. tla.il certificate No. In th«- Circuit Court *»< llw< State <>l
Mrs. Johu Shook of Bonanza, who M elcousv on th«- liu«-.
to work ou the Carr ranch m Cal
< >reg«m, For the County
.»« i.si tugiirt II. 190«. for
is selling ladies’ hats, made a trip to
Mrs E. S. Phillips and Mr Tai
the V. H j NW' j , SEXtNW^, NE
bot. with Mr«, t'lnrv-nc« Hunt, spent
Mrs N. S. Drew and daughter. ;
mol O. U. APPLEGATE,
md Jan« H.ad-
W. ivee, visited with Mrs. Fitch last ; »«•Il bats. George Morine of Bonanza Monday with Mrs K R. C WllUam» W M ,. by William A Ot«>. In burn, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. John
Fifth Hired. near Mala.
Is driving for her.
I Harold Kllgoi »B» vDlting at .which it i< aHvgatl that said William <dies. iJefeudaut
I I.or»'lla Sunda*
O, 1 Hamaker and Mr. and Mrs L.
A <M«y has utterly faileil In re- ' To the above naiuiul defvudaut.
Burke left last week for Portland, from near th« Hild«br;tnd school
Then* was a meeting called at »poet to »aid entry to comply with* John Cotes
wl. re they were called as witn**s.»es
' LorelEi school house Saturday, May th • public laud laws of the United
uf Orog«>u R
on the Barclay murder tri..I
I I*3d. by E. R C William» for the States and th« cult»« uud regulations you are he.eby required to appear I
Blanche Robinson, who has
purpose of selecting a director to, os abiiah ■<! thervuodor with refer- and answer the complaint fil«*l
United States Commissioner
teaching at Gale, accompanied thym ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦A Langell valley district. Mr. Glenn. «wusi to establishing and maintaining
to Portland, where her borne is
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
♦ E. R C. Williams and R C Cowley residuii*»« upou »aid lan<l, thirt ho did sul* on or before the 3rd day of
Mr. and Mrs. Emile Flackus were ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ A • A » A A A A A A A A were the nominees,
Williams re- not • *abltsh a retddenco In a house Jun«. I9o9. that being th« dal« of
in Swan I.ake Tuesday.
signed, as he expects to move away in. »«id Ij-nd within ata mouth» from th« I i it publication <>f Summons and Office. Third an*l Main. opts><ut«« City
Mrs. Caen and Mrs Welch went to
- Charles Flackus and Frank Beck
Mr Gl*»nn, receiving the majority of date of -ntry; that ho lias never th<> lug* diiy within which you are re
will start to break bush for Emile Klamath Falls last Saturday
the votes, was declared elected. Let , resided continuously, or at all, upon qulred to answer as fl»e<! by order
Fkckus next Monday.
Miss Rachel Applegate left for all the land owners in Laugell valley
said tract of land, that he has nevur of publication Of i hl» Hiitnra.in and
Mrs. W. H. Bliss, who is working Klatuatb Falls on the stage Saturday belonging to the Water Users’ Asso
' cultivate«! or Improved th«- »aiu«, If you fall to appear and answer, th«
at th-» Dave Shook ranch, went to
Last Friday the Merrill school hod ciation be in Klaiuath Fall» Jun- 1th and that bls only pr<.4**u«» of oom-' plaintiff« will apply to the Court
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
her Lome In North Yonna Sunday
a very nice picnic al the school hous« *« »upper! him
plying with th- hom* ' -at laws wa* ' *r C
f I in; ::i’».<! I:. w.!d com-
. I>llr rimili Hunk
Tl ere are now two crews of men The pupils and parents and teachers
Clarence Hunt was a visitor In to erect a box bouse thereon and a plain*
and Truitt nidi
working at the Shook ranches One gathered at the school house and Bonanza Monday
»mall log stable, and immediately
Said mill i* brought for tho pur-
crew is planting poiitoes for Mr. W. brought everything that is good to
Mr and Mr» Ben
A baloose and thereafter «aid hom>»«t><«wi etitryman | mm «' of i|ut ting plaintiffs title to KLAMATH FALLS - OREGON
H. Shook and the other is putting up eat at a picnic.
son. Roy. and Mr - and Mr». Ander- , luft said premi a'« and engaged In th« SEI« "f -h» HEX» of Section
some Page wire fenc ■ on the Dave
Claude Andrews is working at the son were visiting Mr. and Mrs E K busiiieHM in Klamath Falls, Oregon, 38 In Townnblp 39 H It II Knit of
mill tor Turner Bro« since school is C. Williams Sunda
sad that he al*> l«aa«wi aud farm»»! Wlllamutt
Meridan lu Klamath
Dock Pool was riding for cattle last out,
Dave Campbell returned from a tree* ot land belonging to bls County, Oregoa, and releasing and
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs C. A Bunting and Klamath Falls Saturday
COUNSELOR AT LAW
C. E. Drew made a trip to he Res family went to Pop valley Sunday
Mr and Mrs. Anderson and son Slsklpzu County, Calif , where said earn« applied to th« above dnatcrlb«»!
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
ervation last Wednesday.
morning, returning Sunday evening Clayton, were visiting Mr and Mr» ‘ tract of Luid so l-sca-»l was U h - u I*«!. r*>ai property, «aid mortgage being ROOMS 7 A 8, MURDOCK BLOG.
John Shook, accompanied by Mr.
The eighth grade graduating class Frank Berg Sunday afternoon
and that lor tho pant year, and for given by II W Ki«*e and Itoe«'
1*.. jobs of Bonanza and a land buyer were Misses Alla Balls and Harriet
Mrs. Ed Duncan was cutting ; Mrs more than a y«or irunimtlardy pre- E K<w»ao<i to you on Dwetnbcr 7,
Xvom Imperial Valley. California, Garrison. Messrs. Claude Andrews,
WILL A. LEONARD
we e viewing the Shook ranch last Lee Brown, Leslie Pope, David Fitch, E. K. C. Williams Saturday after (MMMllug hlw making Huai proof ou 1897. and fur th« costa and di»burw»>
Henry Hartman and Cheater Has
M F. Orr went to Bonaa*« with was '«lgasfod in th« biLSluiax of con and answer «aid complaint on or be
. i,e fruit pro»|xct in this valley kins.
E. R. C. Williams Monday to take ducting a saloon tn Htakyou County, fore the sold 3rd day of June. 1909.
se» ;ns to be vury favetable this year.
The Commencement programme of the »tag« for Klamath Falls, and Calif . at a place ootnmoaly known as the plaintiffs will apply to the Court
Mis. W. H. Bliss was at Mrs P. H.
the Merrill public school that was from there the train for the East to "the hold In the ground.”
That for the relief demand*«! in said com
Grays on business Monday
given last Friday night. May 28th, is visit his father. He will be away sold oontaotue »ubmlttad his final plaint.
DR. C. P. MASON
Mrs. Marks and her daughter o
Band solo by the Peter- about two or thr**.- months
proof on said tract of laud <>a or
Thia summons Is published tn the
Poe Valley were visitor» at M ». P.
son brothers, violin solo. Rev L M
Mrs. Clint Lyon and two childreu, about the Jtnd day of April, 1908, Klamath Fall* ” Republican,” a Ofltoa iu American Bank A Trust Com
ji . G'.' last Monday.
Anderson; invocation. Rev L. M. Mrs. Henry Haynes and two children but that oo [zau-nt has mhucm I thereon weekly newspaper print*«! and pub
Clarence and Earl Gray are busy
Anderson, oration, "Do We Appreci were visiting Mrs R. C. Cowley Mon Teat the only pr*<tonn>) of cultivating lished at Klamath Fall«. Oregon,
r .. » g the fence cn the L»e piace
ate the Day in Which We Live? ", and day.
said iuad by the sold oontoat*»,. or by order of Honorr.blo George
salutatory. Cheater Haskins, claw]
George Deal aud sons, Cecil and any*Mio In his behalf, was thoplough- Noland, Judge of ac.ld Court, dated
P. H. Gray made a business trip to
address. Rev. R. S. Bishop, piano Clyde, were at the school house Sat lag of about half an acre, which said th« 3 l«t day of April, 1*09.
the Fails Monday. He took acme
"Old Black Joe.” Miss Lila urday attending the meeting to se ploughing was done just prior to the first publication to bo mini« on
po; k d' wn to sell.
Balls; oration, "Opportunities,” and lect a director to the Water Users date <>t submitting tlnai proof, that 35th day of April, 1909, and tho
Nellie Bliss was in Dairy last Tueo-
valedictory. Claude Andrews; . xal Association
ho novar cultivated said land, or any publb-atlou to be mad« on the
able, but although it was unpleasant
solo, Mrs. Ben Faus; addreo» and
Jeff Wilson and Mrs. Wilson w*>rc ' portion of the .same, to crop, or day of June, 1909
presentation of diplomas. Sup- in visiting her sister. Mr» William Pan- ; mail« auj priH-uoe of ever cultlval-
Benson A Stone
Mr. Eldrod, the a«d.» maker.of
J. G Swan
The exercises key.
log salif lund other than the plough-
3 > ■ I . • • it*. , ft '< j at L v. .o Sir? >k rauca
H W. Keesee,
were closed by the benediction by
Th« Lor*•!la Sunday school is pre-i lug herein ineutlomwl, that for more
w ex. H1.- puixa.is l
Attorney« for Plalutlffs
,,C : I Rev R. S. Bishop.
A farewell reception was given I.u»t
Koee Sutton •».nd W.-J <t Welch O',
night to Principal B E.
Ycuna attended the ball game at
Applegate and Miss
Bonanza last Sunday.
Mrs. John Shook ard Mrs. Taylor Ella Callahan, the teactfers of the
of Bonanza were at Mrs. P H. Gray s Merrill school, at the Presbyterian
church, fee cream and < ake were
homo last Monday.
and every one enjoyed iheiu-
Manuel Vierra and John Anderson
are busy planting potatoes now.
The Peterson Bron Musical Com
.Mr. Besson, Mr. Webster, Charles
Fisher and Mrs. Small stopp<«d at edy Company gave performance, in
Manuel Vierra’s ranch on their way the Opera House of this city last
from Silver Lake to Klamath Falls Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
last Wednesday night.
Fred Beck is putting up feoce on ¡
his place now.
Sam Randles is hauling rails to Improving some
Union memorial services were held
Fred Beck’s place.
Manuel Vierra has boon hauling at the Presbyterian church last Sun
wood from the S. Harris place lately. day evening, May 30th, by Rev R. S
Mr. Carlson is now putting in bis Bishop.
On June 10th, C. C. Eaton, the j
Mr. and Mrs. McCumber made a Christian Science lecturer, will lec-|
trip to Dairy Sunday.
ture in this city at the Opera House.
Dock Pool was in Dairy Tuesday He is member of the Christian
Science Board of Lectureship of the •
Scy Pool was In Langell Valley on First Church of Christ, Scientist., )Pis- i
business last week.
ton, Mass. He 1« from Tacoma, Wash. I
George W, Freeland returned to
Another contest ball will be given ,
his home in Baker City last week.
next Friday night at. the Opera
The weather in Yonna the last part House, Everybody come and you
of the week was rainy and disagree will get to know who will go to the
able, but althlugh It was unpleasant A.-Y.-P. fair at Seattle, Wash.
the farmers are glad to have the rain,
Mrs. T. M. Durham and daughters,
as it is badly needed now.
Stella, Ada, Burnett and Jewel, and !
Joe McCurdy returned from the Mr«. E. Cox and Miss Robena Rhodes
mountains, where he had been on a visited in the country with their
friends, Mrs. G. H. Grayball and
Mr. Jacobs and Tom Jules stopped , children, Sunday. The children all
at Manuel Vierra's road ranch last went out and gathered wild Sowers
Thursday night. They were on their i for Decoration day.
way to the Falla.
William Flackus will bogfa work-
See O Short's auction ad on page «.
On all Dry GoodsandShoes
’paring to obserra Children's day with
' appropriate Morcisee.
Mrs dames l.indsley was vtsitlug
Mrs William Pankey Saturday
Rev Northridge preached at Lo
Irella whool house Sunday He wns
accoro panl«»«l by his wife and daugh-
Still in Force
A. E. CRANCE & CO
BUY LOTS NOW
FRANK IRA WHITE
C. C. BROWER