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regulär examination .
McCortuatk’g place have tKe'p6sla on
the ground and tho holes flnlshud.
tlon Is Indicai-
The regular eighth grade uxnminu
Kathleen Dervau visited Venus
G F. Sovita planted pot aloes Tu«-»
ed la all ordi
tlou will la* given June 10-11th The
na, y dlavase» of
d:.y and WedneadAy.
Mr. Barks is hauling grain to the
Earn« st Boyd wa» at Mt Huy's examinations will be In charge of E
L Coburn, Pokegama; Edna Norris,
place ou bualneas Mouduy
Ft Klnmath; D F. Driscoll. Ronan-
Mrs. Webber and daughter l.eltba,
g«.od offsets be
Fred Alexander purchuscd n load la K E Fitch, Merrill, and Super*
visited Mrs. Comb Baturday
Hom tu'» very
M 11. Bevbe took u load uf grain
Intendetx Bwan, Klnmath Fall»
Th«' Klnma«h Lake pupils and
first. It ia com
Students whose teacher» have <•«•«
to the Falla last Saturday.
posed of tho
Walter Quiusby 1» sp«'tidiug n teaeher walked to school Monday - lilletl to tht'li preparation muy take
pure t and the
few day» oa his h.nmeatead
the examination Those who fulled
Mnt.d Curl and brother. Dudley,, In not more than two subject» In th«'
Charles Lewis 1» making garden
visit xl with Ivau lauim and family last examination muy Ink«' those sub
fur Clyde Bradlev
and other har
Harry Holt, t.'l Allen. Mr and Mrs. Monday evenlug
Jecta uguin Those who fulled in
mful drugs be
J. H. Ba uoc haul d a load of buy more than two subjects may take th«'
Kd Greeley weru .‘til fium th«1 I'al!»
BIGHT MILES DUE SOUTH OF
from Round laike to K'-no W«xlt>«»- entire exnuilnutiou again
The many «U»-
NEU RAILROAD TOWN. MIDLAND
Joe Dewar ha>tl(l a Io ««I «1 bay day. where he Int '»de to log
J 0 .''WAN,
flu oncea lo
Roy Brews nnd Mr, Cur) of !x>ng
from Bunnell-« last Tuestlay
County Hupet Int« ndsnt
FORTY HEAD OF HORSES OF MY OWN RREED. <X»NSIRT-
Levi Ward w«:,? to the Falls Bit- lavke haul««d u toa-l of posts io town
DfG OF STALLIONS, GELD I
GROWING STOCK. ALI. HALTER
Clarity Kevp.i wua it> Plevna on
Ut us reni-mber that our Interest
Mfr Beet’« an I daugbt« i. ««ussrc,
MUGGY TEAMS AND
i visited Mrs. Sar.«h Kwi» Sututda«
Wi'dnesday to get »«»m«' of Mr, Hut- Is In concord, not In conflict; that I to many funrtlonal
not only t»pd to deatroy her
James Dieraet spent Sutuiday and tcu'u eown.
oui Hue glory rest» lu the tfi- M»d happRPM. but which gradually
Irvjng Ijrvu u » t t to Mr lutcy’s UM umghx of pqacr, not In tbnnc of
Sunday at M. H Bx'ebe’s
, tuurfgv into chronic aud serious dia-
Levi Ward his movM hi* family Round laike Monduy
r, CONSISTING «F TUQ NEW
Major William McKinley
ALL OF MY F
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription ta
Mr. McCormack und crew ar«' »till
FLOWS, TWO GRJpN DMSWR, Out to the Had'ey rnneo. «here they
without a |HH»r for tho »u«v«wsfhl
working on bl> ditch
W^t^JlOW, ONE r»Q<EK- are going to llv<* this suuiuier
, t realm net of female weahnaaa, phia-
NOTKK FOR I’UPI.ICATION.
Ml»» Mary McCormack I» studying
Mrs. Al Butneli visile.1 Mrs Man
. almost NKW.
;ful and disordered tu«n»lrulaUoB,
SANG DISC PLOW. O B REAP
music by mall under the supervision
’ hysteria, cramps, ’ bearing down
FOUR MOWING MACHI INES, THREE IKY RAKER. THREE POWER-i ning last flat ur day
DofmrtnMnt of the interior.
'pains," Irfftammatlon and falling Of
Tom Xalemeae was a »'alls visitor of a rons«*ivr.tory of music in Port-
IAFT HAYBUCKS, ONE ! MART AND BOOM DERRICK, COMPLETE;
This In n rettuMy of
U H lai nd Office at Lake ¡the womb
LtipN, BRAND NMW. THREE. Tuuaday.
TWO WAGONS (3M T
| sterling worth.
Mr. By«'.» pure ha. <d «OB«' baled
O^iE «»Ul’LING FOR BACK’, M H Beebe visited Merrill Tues
SPRING WAGONS, OlfE
Nolle«' 1» hereby given that 2AM- UNDERWOODS PHARNACf
buy of Mr. Sevltu Wt'duvsday.
ROLiJ-R, ' day.
ACTION WAGON, ONE
I ffcl. H KING, of Fort Klamath,
BOUBLETREES AND 8
Cur 7tb and Main Htrial»
Oregon, who. on April JJ, 1908. Klamath F'sll» .... Orvgua
ONE 880 COOKING RANGE, HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNT- from school on account of the day with a load of wood
The la>ng latke Lumie r Compa mnde Home»t<«a<l Application No
TURK, THREE GUNS, UP-TO-DATE; AND MANY OTHER THINGS. measles.
NOTICE TO (31EDITORH.
Mr. and Mrs Ch««6tcr Delayw spent ny'» t«'ams have almost finished haul 4UO7 (Serial No 019«) for Lot 33,
Section 10; and lx»t 9, Section 16. In th< Mntter of the Estât» of John
ALL WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE TO THE
'Township 33 South. Range 7S East,
Klamath Falls planing mill.
Mrs. G. W Lewi»
B Hall, dueviured
BIDDER ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS
Mr. Karccow and son. Alexander, ; Wllluwrette Meridian, ha» tiled notice
Mrs. George Booth visit«'«! Mrs La
Nulle«' I» hereby given that tho
were at Long Lak« Thursday after- of Intention to mak«' Anal Five Y«'<ir underslgned ha» be< n appointe«! by
81 MS UNDER *20. CASH; OVER $2«> TO 8100. SIN MONTHS'
Proof, to «wtabllsh claim to th«' land th«' ('ounty Couit of Klnmath Coun-
Clyde Bradley was a burine»» vis I uooa
TIME; OVER 8IOO. ONE YEAR’S TIMF:. PVRCBA8ERS OE COLTS.
George Ager mad«’ a trip to the u I mivc described, befor«« It M Rich- l>. Oregon. Adiulnlntraior of thsT
THREE YEARS OLD AND UNDER, WIL1. BE GIVEN IS MONTHS'
nrduoii, I’ H. Commissioner, at Klu estuie <>f John II Huit, doc<<aaed, and
Mrs. H. L. Booth and Mrs. Ollie Fall on Wedt:«' «laj
TIME. ALL NOTES TO BEAR 10 PER CENT INTEREST FROM
Mr. <’lend« nnlng i
math Full», Oregon, on th«' 3rd day ail persotts huvlng < Julin» against
THREE PER CENT
DATE OF SALE WITH APPROVED SECURITY'
of July, 190»
Jack Clancy and Bob Mitchell « hused lift«'« n tens ■«
kal.l estale at«< h«i«by required to
DISCOUNT FOR CASH.
Claimant name» a» wltn«'»»«'»
made a trip to Merrill Thursday
pr«'»«nt the ■alu«' duly verified, as
J. It Wluidvr. of Fort Klnmath. by lu* required, to m«' ut the lut*
J. H Sole was at the Halton rant h
PARTIES LIVING AT A DISTANCE. BRING YOUR BLANKETS on business a few days of this week. were «I
Oregon. W. D Klngdon, of Fort Offic«» uf II. W. K e«'»«'«' In Klnmath
AND STAY’ OVER NIGHT. PLENTY OF' FEED FOR MEN MTO
Klamutb. Or« g««i>. C <’ Jackson. «>f »’ail». Oreguu, i vlthiu »lx months
Th«- La Pararle home was sad- day.
HORSES WITHOUT CHARGE. SALE WILL REGIN AT ONE O'CLOCK d<-ned on Saturday by the d«.«th of
Foil Klamath. Or« gon; T J Jack- tiolu thl» date
IN THE AFTERNOON OF JUNE 1KTH, COMMENCING AGAIN THE the dearly beloved daughter and sis t r ur>* at ill work m;
on, <>f Furl Klamath. Ot<-gon; Wai ■
Dutcd at Klutnnlh Faits? Oregon,
FOLLOWING MORNING AT NINE O’CLOCK. AND WILT I'ONTINUF. ter, Miss Ix-na. Her <l«-ath was ’.re doing good »«
ph l> Klngdon, <>f Fort Klamath, lin» 13th day of May. 19UP.
UNTIL EVERYTHING IS SOLD.
doubly sad, Inasmuch as she was just pri'ved condition of t
L J. HAU.MAN,
IA». i Th« e ;■
! N W\THON
blossoming into womanhood, and It
Admlulstrntor uf th«< Fistule
POSITIVELY NO BY-BIDDERS
R.-gi-t. r 5 1.. «> lu of Joliu 11 Hall, deceusod.
seemed sad indeed that the young I o. »tart« «l fer B« n
i« r- doctor i I.« r«'. "1 6,
life should be taken Just ut th.' age
* lO.IHM) «Mi
noli- trotili!. •* i i
when life seems sw«?et to all. The
Falls Mewcr Honda
bereaved toother, brothers and sister
I>e|«trlnw-nt of the Interior.
Heap'd proposals »III bo received
PRESIDENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KLAMATH FALL*, ORF.,
I S Lund Ottici' at l.ak.
by th«' undersigned, Poliro Judge
entire neighborhood during the hour
BOOKKEEPER AND MANAGER OF SALE.
view, Oregon, Mny 20. 190» 'of th«' City <>f Klamath Falla,Oregon.
of sorrow. A large crowtl followed
See O Short'» auction ad on pare 8
Notice I» hereby given that until the 31st day of June, 1909,
the remain» to their last resting place,
J JACKSON, «if Fort Kia- nt th«' hour of 6 o’clock p m for
to pay love and respect to their lost
math. Oregon, «ho, on Nov 6. 1907, ih«> purrha»«« of Ho.ooo Oo four per
OF MERRILL.. OKE, AKTION EER
mnd<- Homestead Entry No .3 654 I cent cou|w>n newer bond».or any part
, took place* on Sunday last at 2 o’clock
in Fairview cemetery, th«- Rev. An > In th« Circuit Court ut lb«- Blate of «Serial No 014931, lor Ixite 2. 14. thereof, to be Issued In pursuance
16. 1«. 17. 18, flection 16. Town- of an ordinance nd»pt«d by the
derson saying the last sad rite» over
Oregon for the County »•< Klumath. »hip 33 South, Rang«-
7% East, Common Council of »aid city on the
the body before it wag laid to rest,
Suit in Equity to Foreclose u Mort Willamette Meridian, ha» &I« m | notice 19th dny of Muy. 190». and under
Bob Mitchell has finished a very
successful well on M H. Beebe's American Hauk and Trust Company, of Intention to mak«- Final Commuta- Un art of th«' U'gl»latlv«i Assembly
tloti Proof, to e«t.ibll»h «InIm to th« [of 1*06, fill'd In the office of the B«'C-
homestead, and is now working on
a corporation, plaintiff, vs. E. H land above deacrllMtd. before It M retary of State, February 13, 1905,
G. W. Lewis’ homestead
Richardson, l'. H Commissioner, at 'entitled an "Act to Incorporate the
Mr. Pierce I-amb bus sold his
Tu E B Burwell, tbe above num«'«! Klnmath Fall». Oregon, on th« 3rd
f'lty of Klnmath Falla."
ranch in Lono Pine district, and han defendant
day of July, 1909
Hal«! bond» will be payable 20
moved his family to Merrill, where
Before selecting your paper you should become familiar with
in th«' Num«- of the Slat«* of Ore
Claimant names ut wltna-sses
voara from dut«' of Isaac, Interest to
hey expect to resid«' for a few months gon. you ar« hereby requin-d to ap
new Spring Styles and learn what general effects arc to pre
Samuel H. King, of Fort Klamath, ' bo* paid semi-annually on the 1st
and later they will go to Arizona
pear and answer the complaint hied Oregon: J H Wheeler, of Fort «lay of
October and April of onch
against you In th«' above entith'd suit Klamath, Oregon; • Charle» C Jack year;
er, Mrs. S. Booth, la»t Monday.
on or before tbe 6th day of July.
paynbl«- In lawful money of th«
afforded far exceeds anything ever shown in the city before.
Mr. and Mr». Tallman and children 190», that being the date of the last on. of Fort Klnmath, Oregon
J N. WATSON.
United States nt the offlrv of the
Maggie and Bernie, attended th«- shnv. « publication of summon» and th«- last
We have Wall Paper from 10 cents a double roll and np.
Register City Treasurer.
I in Merrill Thursday evening.
«lay within which the defendant i»
Mr Swan, Mr. Kirkendall and Mr re«|iiired or permitted to answer, as
We do paper hanging, pointing, kaJsomining and interior
Said bonds will be Issued In de-
i Iximb were visitors to our school or, flxe«l by th«- order of publication of NOTICE. « >F Mil RIF E’S SALI
as follow«, to-wit:
By virtue of un "Xecutiun an<l
It bi» summons, and if you fall to ap-
the denomination of
Mrs. Ollie Jory is quit«- ill at the
pear and answer th« plaintiff will ap , order of »aie duly isMUed by the 81000.00
present writing with the grip.
ply to the court for th«- relief <1.
.30 bond» of the «1« nomination of
Harry Booth made a trip to the
' math County, State uf Oregon, dated
I manded In sahl complaint
Falls Saturday with a load of grain
2l»t day of April,
April. 190», In a
i Said »tilt 1» brought to foreclose a the 21»t
60 bonds of t he denomination of
for Bob Bunnell.
certain mortgage «*xecuted by Perl E. certain action at law in th«' Circuit 1100 00.
Ix>ttie Allen 1» working for M- nrd
Carroll to Gu» M« lhase. said mort Court of tbe Htat« ui Oregon, for th«-
Erich proposal to purrhiiHo must 1“
Mrs. Nick Monson.
gage- being a»stim<'d by you and as- County of Klamath, wherein Eugene 84 < ompnnb'd by a ««rtlfi. <1 < h«-ck for
Nick Monson has been ill with the
In the Spring is the time to do your House Painting, and you
| signed by tbe «-Jlid G ub Melhas«- to th« Hpenccr, a» plaintiff,
5 per cent of amount hid.
should select your grade of paint which will not fade or peel
judgment again»! F L. Wright, de-
Said bonds to be »old for cash
off. Our Paints are Guaranteed. We have just received the
balance du« and unpaid of 32,000
down at lime of delivery and
:o! of honor for ti.c last month of
gclhcr with attorney'» tees, costa
Largest Shipment of Paints shown in this city, and thus give
»«. F ool were V< i •••. Booth. Annie and Intercut to the amount of and interest thereon from the I'tii for not less than their par value.
3173.33, and also for the sum of
you a complete line from which to select your colors.
Th«' right Is reserved by tho Coun
Beebe, Gertrude Steeman and Gussle
3200 attorney'» fees, and for coats day of April, 1909, at the rat«- of cil to reject any nnd all blds.
6 per cent per annum, und an order
OUR PAINTS ARE 8 1.00 PER GALLON.
and diHbur»em«nt» of »aid suit.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
of »al« of nil right, interest and title
We have Wall Paper from 10 cents a double roll and up.
May 21. 1909.
Klamath Falls “Republican." a week-| of said defendant In und to tbe 8'4
A. L LEAVITT.
We do paper hanging, painting, kalsomining and interior
ly newspaper printed and publiRhcd , of SW % of 8«'< tlon 20, tbe N Vj of
Judge of the City of
Those visiting the Falta froni at Klamath Fall», Oregon, by order ! the NW’4 and lait» 1, 3, Sot. 39; the
Plevna and vicinity Saturday were: of Honorable Georg«- Noland, Judge NW >4 of NE%. 8EU of NW' m and
G. G. Kerns, C. IL Fanlkner, G F. of »ai<l Court, and dated June 2d. . Iarts 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Section 30,
/"Vf TIC Biehn Building
NOTICE; FOR PUBLICATION.
Township 39 South of Rang,
• X\e V z I j I x O one Blocs West of Public School
Sevit» and »on Clifford, G. Byer» and 1909, the first publication to h« made|«>>
Ikrpartment of the Interior.
Miss«?» Ix>!a and Blanch« Thompson. on the 3d day of June. 1909, and the 7 East. Willamette Meridian,Or« gon.
U. 8. I.and <>fll«e at lake
Blanche Thompson of lx>ng Lak«*
Oregon, May 15, 1909
1» taking munfc l«?»son» of Mr». Dan Sth day of July, 1909
NOTICE Is hereby given that JAY
iels of the Fall».
NEW LODGE OFFICERS.
A. F. AND
Notice Is hereby given that 1 will J. ARANT, of Klamath Fulls, Ore-
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Arthur Sevits visited the home of 6-3, 7-6
"ho, on July 7, 1*04, made
the 19th day of June, 1909, at gon, who,
thi» parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sev
Entry No. 3250 (Serial
A. O. U. W. lodge Tuesday even
its, Saturday and Sunday.
* l , uu cAiuong
No. 01192) for 8R^ NEH. 8«c. te-
coming on nanroau
ing elected the following officer.« for
, dav, there will be a called meeting
U. 8. I-and Office at Lakeview, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m of 8W% NWH, N% BW%. flee. T
the term commencing in July: Les.io ipr I’uesday evening next, Junt> 8th, I glee bolts to town Monday.
said day, sell at public auction to Township 39 South, Range 10 East,
Oregon, May 24, 190».
Mr. Brcntner and son» made a
Rogers, P M. W.; Harry Goeiler, M. it 8 p. m , for the discussing of the
NOTICE is hereby given that WIL the highest bidder for cash, all right, Willamette Moridfan, has filod nottea
, business trip to Mr. Nelson's ranch
W.; Frank Wilson, foreman; F. Zlm oonstruction of a Masonic temple. i Sunday.'
LIAM L. ALLISON, of Wampus, Ore and interest of the said F. L. Wright of Intention to make Final Five-year
Baldwin, overseer; J. W. Siemens, All mason» are urgently requested to | Gertie Thompson is working for gon, who on August 6, 1902, made in and to the 8’4 of 8W'4 of Sec 1 Homestead Proof, to establish claim
recorder; A. Martin, Jr., financier be present. By order of the ^’. M. ; Mrs. McCormack now.
of NW *4 and Lots ‘ to tho land above described, befor*
Homestead Application No. 2705, tion 20; tho
O. B. GATE8, Secretary. t Mr. Cur) traded horses Saturday. Serial Number 02090, for NE‘4 Sec 1 _______
George T. Baldwin, receiver; J. F.
and 2 of __________
Section 29; _ the
*4 of Clerk of Klamath County, at
Swansea, guide; William Wagner, h
Mr, Ray purchased five head of tion 20, Township 39 South, Range 6 of NE%, 8E% of NW 14 and I«ot» Klamath Falls, Oregon, on th* Sth
W.; D. T. Meldrum, O W.
milch cows last week of Mr. Grif- East Willamette meridian, has filed 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Section 30, all In day of July, 1*0».
Claimant names as witnesses: B.
Siemens was elected trustee for three
notice of intention to make Final Township 37 South of Range 7 East •9
Mr. Whitman moved his house Five-Year Proof to establish claim to Willamette Meridian, taken and L. Arant, of Klamath Falls, Oregon;
Ewauna Circle No. 617, W. of W • » hold good» to Lis mill ia»t week.
Klamath Lodge No. 137, J. O. O F.
the land abo”« de»r*!!:od before C. levied upon a» the property of F. Charley Androws, of Olone, Oregon
at their last meeting elected Uie fvl ♦ will hold its regular meeting Friday
DeLap, County Clerk, at Klamath L. Wright, or so much theroof a» R. B. Grigsby, of Klamath Falla,
Mr. Willard, Mr. 8utton and Char-
lowing officers: W. O. Smith, Noble » at 2 p m. instead of in the evening, , ley S«jv.ts were in Plevna on bus!- Falls, Oregon, on the 17th day of may bo nece»»ary to satisfy the sum Oregon, nnd W. F. Arant, of Kia-
Grand; Percival Shoil, Vice-Grand; to give the members an opportunity i ness Monday.
of $86.24 In favor of Eugene math Falls, Oregon.
O. A. Stearns, secretary, and P. L. to attend the graduating exercises at
J. N. WATSON,
Spencer, judgment creditor, together I
Claimant names as witness«»:
Mr. Ray purcha»cd a cream separ
the High Schoo).
ate.- of Mr. Whiteiine.
L. W. Anderson of WampuH, Ore- with Interest and costs and disburse 6-30 7-1
Mr. Whitollnc wan in this neigh gon; David Blackmore of Pokegama, ments to accrue.
It will pay to have on hand dupli- borhood laxt week hunting cattle.
Dated at Klamath Falls. Oregon,
Oregon; Charles Messner of Poke-
Never h«:ard of anybody running cates of the most breakable party of
Partloa wishing sagebrush land
G. F. Sevits and G. Byers made a garria, Oregon; Bod Fraln of Poke this 19th day of May, 1909.
the cultivator too much, except one the harvester. It costs time, which trip io Mr. Willaid’H ranch Tuesday. gama, Oregon.
W. B. BARNES,
clearer, call on or write,
man, who was too busy cultivating to is valuable, to stop a machine in ruth
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
J. N. WATSON,
Thu mc:> who took the contract for
W. W. MABT1CN,
dig his wife’s flower beds for her.
day» to wait for broken part».
pulling In ILe i >1 .phono poh I b on Mr.
Klamath Falla, Ore.
$5,000 Sale at 0. Short’s
Spring Lake Ranch, Ore.
JUNE 18 th