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U. 8. to John A. Pinkerton. 8EH
PLANS TENNIS TOURNAMENT
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„( SW '.
R»PORT or Tll» CONDITION OK
NWH of SWH sec. 9-37-9.
blk 36; lots 3, 4, 5. 6. 7 and 8,
E. J. MURRAY. Editor
i 30; lots 1, X and 9, blk 33; lot
I blk 34; lot 6. blk 38; Iota 9, lo,
nt Klamath Kalla, In the State of Oregon, nt the close of business,
; I-’. 22, 23 and 24. blk. 39; lot X.
January 31, 1910.
45; lots l, 3, 4 5, 6. 7, 8, 9 and
blk 50; lots 3, 4. 5. 6. 7 and X. blk i .x|H*ct 1‘laycrs fruì» Suu Frinii ïm <>,
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
I MILLA IIS
PorHiillil. MedfcucI anil Liiki-livu
53; lots 1. 2, 3. 4, 6. 7 and 8, blk 54;
Would Play July 1st and 2d
Ail communications submitted for publication in the columns of this lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 5 and 6, blk 56; lota
Loans and Discounts . ................. .......................................... I 03,344.53
paper will be inserted only over the name of the writer. No non de plume 1. X and 9, blk 32. all In the tow n of
Bonds, securities, etc.
articles will be published.
Banking house, furniture, and fixtures
State of Oregon to Silas Obenehain.
Bite from bank« (not reserve banks) ................................
ering the advisability of holding its
Due from approved reserve hanks ..................................
QFVrDil flTUFDQ UI1NT TUf IfiR C;,11’i>t»'ii. lots is and 14. bik 12. SH of SWH and NEH of SWH sec.
annual tennis tournament Just prior
Checks and other cash Items ...................
JLI l RAL UlniRO WRI11 ini JUD Hot Springs addition to Klamath , 16-39-13; 8300.
Cush M hand
Lakeside Co. to Ignace Cacka, that to the big Fourth of July celebration,
possibly on July 1st and 3. the fol-
Klamath Development Co. to Ada- * part Of SE H xec. l-l 1-11, lying south
lowing committee has been appointed
DISTRICT ATTORNEY CAMERON
lone Evans, lot 31, blk. 37. Hot I of a line running west from the north
to look Into the matter: A B. Cleave-
WANTS TH AT OFFICE
Springs addition to Klamath Falls; west corner of lot 2, sec. 7-41-13;
1.IA Iti LIT! KN
land chairman. Dr. It R Hamilton. I
Francis M Green to Mary I Cam- D. 8 Painter, Howard Shepherd, A. |
I M. P. Galarneau to E. R. Reames.
6 36,000 00
Capital atock pulci In ...........................................
Three of INirtland'» Citizen-. Think
lots X and 9. blk • 7. East Oehler and It. t>. Walker.
They Aiv Qualities, and Will
From the present outlook tin com
Klamath Falls; 810.
Individuai deposita subject lo check
Enter the Race
Demani! certificato« of deposlt
Charles H Hughes to F ‘ 8. R<d>- ing tennis tournament will bo li e itlg-
( State of Oregon to E. Egert, SW S
1 1.6X5 on
Time certificate«« of deposlt
geat yet held in this dtv. and Indlca-
i bins. SE H or 8E«4.
I of 3EM sec 16-37-11^ 4; 850.
t.oiis are Hint it will suipass the suc
and SWH of NE »4 sec. 19-3X-1
District Attorney Cameron of I State of Oregon to Emile Eg< rt
cessful tournaments heretofore held i
Portland may be a candidate for the I NW «4 of NW% see 16-87-11 «4 ;
Chas. E Worden to Klamath IK- Should Mr. Henry Crosby of Califor-|
Republican nomination for governor.
nit aurcesxfulli defend his till' thill
H. C. Pettit aud C. M. Pettit to velopment company. 8*a of SE H
Slate of Oregon,
He has as much as admitted the fact.
rear he will obtain permanent posses- I
County of Klamatli,)«s
though with the halting hesitancy 0» 1 ">,ed States, part of NW l* of NW l*
James B. Churchill to Klamath De- sion ol the challenge trophy donated I
I, J. W Selnien«, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly
and ’ NEK*
NE V* of NEH
NE *•» sc<
a girl who asks ter more time to con- sec. 35, an<
swear that the above statement Is true to the beat of my knowledge
company. WH of SWH by the Klamath Tennis duh, lie hat !
I 46-10; 81.
sider a proposal
J. W SKI MEN'S, Cashier.
sec. 27, lots 1. 3, 3, 6, 1 6 and 7. sec. Ing won the cup twice
G. W BALDWIN.
"It means a lot of work." he said,| P. C. Lavey tx Co. to Harold Hulme
Imitations w tll be extended to ten
J. A. MADIMIX, Director!
blk. J6, Worden; 8160.
• nd I am getting old. I have been
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7lh day of February.
Agnes H. Eskelson to Frederick J. t 810.
1 . ged by some of my friends to get in j
H. C. McKenney to Chester I, Francisco. Portland and other cities
M. L ELLIOTT, Notary Public.
the race "
in the Northwest - Ti e tournament Is
Mr. Cameron's term as district at- . <lition to Klamath Falls. 810.
open to ail coiners On the evening
Harry M Hansen to Frederick Few SE1« sec. 6-37-10; 810.
omey wt|| not expire until 1913, and I
of the opening day of the tournament
. > hough t»£ should fail in his guberna . ings. all of lots 484, 485, 486. 487. I
some social entertainment will be ar
lot 4, blk 15. Klamatli Falls; 810.
torial «entrations, he still would have
ranged ter the visiting players.
' is-dpeseM position to fall back on. Falls; 810.
The dub has made a number of Im
Thomas W. Murphy to Western Pa-'
Uy-XTa-o» of this it is reasoned by his 1
provements to its grounds, having In
iriFnds hr would continue to be active . cific Land and Timber company N*t
stalled a shower bath, and the players
F and defeat at this time of NWia and lots 3 and 4 in sec. 16-
are now getting in trim for the com
endanger bi« rhances wh»r 41-7: 81.750.
United States to Ruby S Hillis. High School students Acquit Tliein-
bis term «*pires.
This annual tennis tournament is i
¿already there are said to be eight SWi* of SEI* and E*4 of SW «.* and
wives Very Well in ••She 84< m >| k
quite an attraction for the city, and is I
the republican guber- SE% of NWk* sec. 33-38-15.
deserving of the encouragement und I
Eliza E. Sawtell to Horace R. Dun
nato(Rn! •nomination. The contest
support of the people» of Klamath |
ises t® be lively, and probably
The High School Seniors who look Falls.
hewin in earnest within a fort Klamath Falls; 82,500.
part in the production of Guldsimth'a
Mr. John Harris will ad as referee ,
Chas S. Moore to Arthur Franklin, play "She Stoops to Conquer” In the Mr. Harris is u recent arrival from i
All of those aspiring to this
WRITE row SPECIAL CATALOG ANO PHICtS
nomination, as well as other state of- lot 7, blk. 13, Riverside addition to opera house Tuesday made good the Washington, D C.. and Is a tennis
THE AHAVERILL MACHINERY CO.
■ices, will. It is understood, seek the Klamath Falls; 8100.
promises that bad been made for expert.
SROKANE. WA3H. ■ PORTLAND. QHC - SAN JOSt-CAL
odorsement of the state republican
them. They gave a very good per
to R H Spencer, lot 4 in blk 62. formance of a difficult play—difficult
NOTICE OF HALE OF STATE
The report in the Oregonian recent Nichols addition to Klamath Falls; both in the amount of dialogue and
ly of various candidates, both county 81,225.
the strangeness of the parts.
given that the
Charles Mack to C. S. and R. S
and state, caused much comment in
The stage settings and colonial cos-
local political circles. Probably no Moore, lot 4. blk. 62, Nichols addi Dimes were excellently conceived, and
for every uae.
t bids until 11:00 o'clock a. m, August
ether announcement created more tion to Klamath Falls: |1.
the careful study and steady rehears I
| 1. 1910, for the following described
general comment than that bearing
ing of the Seniors was rewarded by
ly full. Two
school lands, to-
on the congressional situation in the SWfc sec 10. NV* of NWH and much applause from the young peo
hip pockets. A
Second Oregon district. W. R. Ellis, NW «4 of NE *4 sec. 15-34-14; 81.
ple's many friends and admirers.
NEH, NEH of NWM. WH
present representative in congress, is
Miss Ethel Hawxhurst as Mrs.
Emma D. Wilson to U. C. Coe,
NW 14 and EH of SEH of Section
promised a strong race. John F. SW14 sec 10, NH of NW H and Hardcastle, Agnes Marple as Miss
36. T. 37 8 . R 13 E
Logan, a Portland attorney, and A. NW«4 of NE% sec. 15-34-14; 81.650. Neville and Orva Orem as Miss Hard
W. Lafferty, a young and coming law
U. 3. to Ernst R Ciaarske. S*4 of castle did splendidly, and the young
■UftPHY. GKANII (0.
a regularly executed application to
yer, are both avowed candidates. NH sec. 5-25-10.
men, especially George Stevenson and
Their announcements are authorita
N. P. R. R. Co. to Weyerliauser Harry Galarneaux. acquitted them
tive. Mr. Lafferty is now in the East Land Co.,SH of NE14 and SEH of selves well.
No bld for less than 37.50 per acre
<>n business, where he has been since NW H and NEH of 8W >4 sec. 16-34-
early in March. He will return home 14; 81.320.
WITHDRAWS ITS DEM (HR K RS
right Is reserve^ to reject any this purchase before entry, or initiate
the latter part of this month. In let
N. P. R. R. Co. to Weyerhauser ■
ters to friends here he has confirmed Land Co., NWI» of NE14 sec. 12-34- Hog Combine's Paper to Answer 81«
lion la ladloat-
Applications and bids should be ad Issues, by filing n corroborated affi
Suits for Libel by June 15th
•be report of his intentions to be .1 14; SEH of SW H sec. 11, and NE H
•«I la all ordi
nary dlMaaea of
of NEH sec. 29-35-15; 81.650.
! The arguments in two other cases Land Board. Salem. Oregon, and which would defeat the entry
Those who it is understood will be
F. M. Chrisman to Weyerhauser
ARTHUR W ORTON
candidates ter governor, besides Mr. Land Co., EH of SEH. NWH of took up so much time in the Circuit marked "Application and bid to pur
t'ameron, are: Dr. Andrew C. Smith SEH and SEH of NEH sec. 34-28- Court Tuesday that the demurrers of chase state lands.”
g'.od effects be
G. G. BROWN,
the Klamath Publishing company to
pnd State Food and Dairy Commis- 11: 810.
Clerk Stat»» Land Board
from the very
-ioner Bailey of Portland, Jay Bower-
I. A. Duffy to Wm. Harris, lots 5 the six libel suits which it has on its i
Irst. It 1« com
Dated April 22. 1910.
n an of Condon, president of the state and 8, blk. 64, East Klamath Falls . hands were not reached until late this
posed of tbs
senate: Judge Stephen A. Lowell of 810.
purest and tbs
XOTICF OF HALE OF STATE
The demurrers were then with
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Pendleton. State Superintendent of
P. C. Lavey 4c Co. to Wm. Law-
Public Instruction Ackerman. Dr. Jas. rence. lot 14, blk. 21. Worden; 8150. drawn by consent and Judge Noland »
Notice is hereby given that the
Withy-combe of Corvallis and Judge)
Ü. 8. to David L. Johnson, N'H of set the following dates by which an State lutnd Board will receive sealed ROOMS 7 A 8. MURDOCH SLOG
nnd other hnr-
Grant B. Dimick of Oregon City.
mfu) drugs bo
SH of sec. 17-327 H
S. O. Johnson. June 1st; to that of blds until 11:00 o'clock a. tn.. August
The formal call of Chairman
U. S. to Charles H. Moore, EH of
George, of the state republican cen- NWH and N'H of NEH sec. 26-38-6. Judge Griffith, June Sth; to that of
The many dis-
tral committee, for county and state
John N. Moore, guardian of Chas, F. X. Wendling, June 10th; to the
All of Section 16. T. 25 8 . R 7 E.
hsaemblies. is expected to be issued H. Moore, to Jay Grebel, E(i of othf three suits, brought by 8 T.
All bids must be accompanied by
within the next few weeks. When it NWH and NH of NEH sec. 26-38- Summers. Albert Walker and the
Klamath Development company, June
is formally issued, the dates ter the 6; 82.250,
purchase and at least one-fifth of the
der her liable
various county assemblies will be
Jacob Grebe! to Charles P. Bray,
I to many runetlonal disorders that
fixed. Already, however. Coos and NH of NEH and EH of NWH sec.
No bld for less than 815.00 per
I not only tend to destroy her comfort
NEW INDIAN AGENT ARRIVES
Baker counties have decided to hold 26-38-6; 83,300.
and happiness, but which gradually
acre will be considered.
Office in American Bank A Trust Co«i> merge Into chronic and serious dis-
their assemblies. In Multnomah coun
Mary M Clopton to Horace R. He Is Fxlson W atsun. and Hi- Come»
The right is reserved to reject any
ty the assembly will be held July 19. Dunlap, all of loft 1, 2 and 7 and
and all blds
From PotteHalomie, Kans. Wil
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription Is
one week after the county mass pri part of lot 8. blk 38. Klamath Falls:
Applications and bids should be ad
without a peer for the successful
son G< h - s to ItOM-Ixirg
maries ter the selection of delegates 810.
treatmnet of female weakness, pain
Edson Watson, the new agent ter dressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State
to the assembly. The state assembly
ful and disordered menstrutatlon.
Selina Thompson to F. 8. Rubbins, the Klamath Indian Agency, to spe- f^tnd Board. Salem. Oregon, and
will be held July 21. Though two NEH of NWH and SW>* of NEH
hysteria, cramps, "bearing down
marked "Application and bld to pur
pains,” Inflammation and falling of
months vet remain until that time, as sec. 20-38-15; 810.
ath Falls Tuesday from Pottawot-
This la a remedy of
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
political matters go, that is not long,
F. B. Bremer to P. I,. Fountain
G. G. BROWN.
1 sterling worth.
and the activities of candidates before and L. J. Mörser, |ot 3. blk. 44. 1st amie Agency, Kansas, where he has
Clerk State Land Board
i been stationed ter some time.
the assembly no doubt will become addition to Klamath Fails; 810.
and Trugt Hid g.
Mr.Watson has hiH wife and datigli-
marked more and more from now on.
Effie S. Wiley to F s Robbins, ter with him
Cor. 7th and Main Streets
KLAMATH FALLS - OREGON
Klamath Falls .... Oregon
NOTICE FOR I’lBLKATION
NH of NWH and SW H or NE H
Retiring Agent Wilson, as has
sec. 15-38-15; 810
DAILY LIST OF TRANSFERS
I been stated in the Herald, has been
J. Royal Lemon to F. S. Robbins, ' promoted to have charge of all the
Not coal land
One bay horse, 2 or 3 years old.
Furnished by the Abstrae Firm of NH of SEH »ec. 15, EH of NEH.
r Indian agencies in the state, will Department of the Interior, United United States Commissioner
weight about 1000 pounds, no brands
Mason A Slough
States Land Office at Lakeview,
NEH of SEH sec. 22-38-lg; 810. I move move shortly to Roseburg,
TIMBER AND HOMESTEAD
visible, came to my place on Seven-
Robert R. Brewbaker to F. 8. Rob
Oregon. April 22, 1910.
Klamath Development Co. to H p. bins. NH of SEH. 8WH of SEH I which will be his headquarters
Milo about November 1, 1909 Owner
Notice is hereby given that Frank
Dow, lot 8, blk 14, Hot Springs addi sec. 28; NWH of SWH sec. 27-88-
Irish, whose postofflce address Is Office. Third and Main, opposite City r»ay have same by paying charges.
TRACTION ENGINE MAKES
tion to Klamath Fal'r; 310.
Falls. Oregon, did, on the
E A KOONTL
ITS FIRST TRIP
Oeorge Freeman to James Briscoe,
John L. Sticksei Jr. to F. S. Rob
2 4th day of January, 1910, file in this
Fort Klamath, Ore., February II.
lot 4, blk 24. North Klamath Falls; bins, SE H ot sec. 9-38-15; 810.
The Meadow Lake Lumber com- office his Sworn Statement and Ap
William Sargent to F. S. Robbins, pany’s traction engine was to make plication, No. 02956, to purchase the
William H. Siegel to Loui t H. WH of NEH. NEH of NWH sec. its first trip on Tuesday,
brlng- WH NWH. Section 35, Township 38
Smith, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, blk.23. First 8, SWH of SEH «ec. 5-38-15; 810. ing In material for the new bridge S, Range 10 E. Willamette Meridian,
I have some fine young registered
addition to East Klamath Falls, also
Harry Caden to F. S. Robbins, across the canal, which will, when and the timber thereon, under the
Holstein bulls for sale; A-l stock and
lots 4. 5, 6, 7. 8. 9, 10. 11, 12, 13, WH of NEH sec 9-38-15; 810.
completed, enable them to haul lum provisions of the act of June 3, 1878,
acclimated. M. F I.OO8ELEY, Ft
blk. 18, East Klamath Falls; 810.
Edna Caden to F. S. Robbins, ber direct tQ the railroad tracks.
and actH amendatory, known as the
P. C. Lavey & Co., to A. T Hall, S H Of NW H, NE H Of SW H, NW H
"Timber and Stone Law," at such
lot 5, blk. 22, Worden; 8150.
of SEH sec. 20-38-15; 810.
value as might lie fixed by appraise
MADE THE TRIP IN II HOI RS
State of Oregon to Herbert Eakin,
Burr R. Jones to F. S. Robbins,
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap ELLSWORTH A MITCHELL
NEH.......% of NEH and 8WH of NH Of NEH, SEH Of NEH and
F. W Bager, Fred Snow, Carl plication, the land and timber there
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NWH and 8H sec. 28187-14; 8750. NEH of SEH sec. 15-38-15; 810.
Spuhn and Walter Widman arrived on have been appraised, June 14,
I.aw Practice State and Fed
John Hagelstein to D. B. Camp
Minnie H. Lemon to F. S Robbins, this morning from Lakeview by auto, 1909, the timber estimated at 435,- Offlce Crluler Stllta Rnildlug
bell, part of lot 4. sec. 13-37-8: 8800 EH of SWH, EH of NWH w 27- leaving there at X o'clock last night, 000 board feet at 3 75 per M, and the
Examiner of Land Titles
George Biehn to Ed Hixon, lots 1, 38-15; 810.
and making Klamath Falls by 7 a. m.
First National Hank Block
2, 3 of blk. 16. North Klamath Falls;
Lillian M. Hawkins to F. 8 Rob-
will offer final proof in suport of his
bins, SEH of NWH and EH of
application and sworn statement on
P. L. Fountain to L. W. Hunting SWH sec. 22-38-15; 810.
Parties wishing sagebrush land the 30th day of June, 1910, before
toon, lot 3, blk. 44, First addition to
Klamath Development Co. to P. C. ' clearov. call on or write,
R. M. Richardson, U. S. Commission
Klamath Falla; 810.
Lavey & Co., lot 2, blk. 33; lot 2, blk
W. W. MA8TBN,
er, at Klamath Falls, Oregon
Klamath Development Co. to D. B. 1; lots 12 and 14, blk 21; lots 12,
Klamath Falls, Ora
Any person Is at liberty to protest
> I SF t,
THE FIRST TRUST < nd SAVINGS BANK
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
C. C. BROWER
E. L. ELLIOTT