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< tic Meridian, and the timber then- marked outside Bld, Timber Sale the court room of this court, in the
<11, under the provisions of the a< t of Application, April 6, 1910, Crater,” Courthouse of said County, at Klam-
The big log driv- tlint bus been In June 3. I «78 and acts uinendatory, and addressed to the District For- lath Fall*, Oregon, then and there to
Harry N'|i bills wns 11 vision Mon
Koine) DI m * um ' m An Too Ibingiroio. progress down the Link river for the known as the "Timber and Stone ester, Forest Service, Portland, Ore
day from Buttatila.
show cause. If any there lie, why an
For Ivlumiitli Falls l*<<o|de to
Clark-hulls mill In West Klamath Law,” at such value as might be fixed gon, will be received up to and includ order should not be made, and a li
Guy Mi-irlll came In Monday morn
Falls Is pretty well cleaned up, mid by appraisement, and that, pursuant ing the 28th day of May, 1910, for cense granted for the sale of the
Uig by mito from Merrill.
of th«- logs tin- now In the boom to such application, the land and tim all of the merchantable dead timber lowing described real property,
Dr. Ti uax arrivud Monday morning
hbs Is that tboy get 11 firm hold be ut the mill. •
in his auto from Bonansa.
ber thereon have been appraised (Un standing or down and all the live wit;
Tlie Tel foul brothers are gathering appraised by < hl»*r field division w ith timber marked for cutting by the
(I. H K<>lly waa a visitor in the < Ity for« the sufferer rei'OglilXes them
Ix>t 2 of Section 3, Township
Health is gradually iindormlnod up logs In Lak< Ewauna that have in nine months' time; land sold at Forest offi< er, located on an area to South, Range 10 E. W. M., and 41.
<>n Sunday from Midland
Miss Lilu Hillis, who baa been quite Ilni'kiK he, headache, nervousness, gone through the boom and ure en entryman's < dimated value», the Um be definitely designated by the Forest W44 of 'he SE 44. and the N 44 of
'ameneM, soreness, lumbago, urinary dangering navigation on the lake und ber estimated 700,000 board feet at officer before cutting begins of ap
III, Is aguin able to be out.
the SW 44 of Section 4. Township
I0.3K57 per M., and the land 830; proximately 400 acres on the east 41 South, Range 11, E W M ; and
J F Morgan bus returned from a Doubles, dropsy, dlubetcs and Blights the river.
disease follow III merciless muik 'S m I oii
that said upidlcant will offer final slope of Pelican Butte within the E44
trip to Mt Hhnsta uad Weed.
It Is further ordered that a copy
B keeps the society dottora busy p(<M>f In support of bls application of Sec. 10 and the W 44 of Sec. 11, of this order shall be published at
II Fiiddi-i of Kvtio Is a visitor In Don't neglect your kidneys Cure the
kidneys with the certain and safe nowaday« hunting up new diseuses and sworn statement on the 28tb day T 35 H., R 6 E., W M., In the Crater least once a week for three «ucce*«-
the illy from Kvtio Tuesday
W. II. Tiald ami wife are recent uriedy. Doan's Kidney Pilis, which I but the common people do not have. of July, 1910, before R M. Richard* National Forest, Oregon; estimated ive weeks, before said day of hear
lias cured peopiu right here In this
son. J’. 8. Commissioner, at Klamath to be 2,702,000 ft B. M of western ing, In the Klamath Republican, a
«tailors In the Falls from Merrill
A B Crawford of llonanxu Is U locality.
yellow pine, 1,313,000 ft. B. M. of newspaper circulating In Klamath
Judge W M Thomus of Yreka, t'ui ,
Any person is at liberty to protest white fir, 126,000 ft. B. M. of Doug County, Oregon.
guest nt the Lukvidde Ian Tuesday.
"I iia< d Doan's Kidney 1*11*4 I
Dated this 2«th day of April, A
Plymouth Rock eggs for setting, at Ibis purchase before entry, or initiate las fir, 40,000 ft. B M of Incense
C. I*. Gregory Is planning a uew ray*: an: glad to sav that they gave
Farmers* Exchange, or three miles a contest at any time before patent Is cedar, 8.000 ft. B. M of sugar pine, D. 1910.
resldviii ■■ on Pine street, near Elahi li
I was suffering southeast of town on Midland road. sues. by tiling a corroborated affidavit live saw timber, and 2 80,000 ft. B.
me great relief.
J. B GRIFFITH,
I rom kidney trouble for a long lint ■*,
In this office, alleging facts which M. of dead saw timber, log scale, 5-5-5-26
Chas W. Ebvrleln arrived on the
the 1 most unnoy Ing symptom being
would defeat the entry.
more or less. No bid of less than
• venlng train Monday from Hsu
too frequent pussawe» of the kid tie *
ARTHUR W ORTON,
13.20 per M ft. B. M. for both live I NOTICE OF HALE OF HTATE
keiretlons I ulso suffered from se
dead timber will be considered,
D. O. Williams, who bus recently
Notice is hereby given that the
verc lieadnt lu-s und dizzy spells
bought property Imre, left Tuesday
State I-and Board will receive sealed
ORDER TO HIIOW CAl’HF
was In a bad shupe when lioan's Kid
stallion In good condition
Call or In the County Court of Klamath lar» (81,000.00», payable to the or blds until 11 o'clock a. m., June 28,
morning for Portland
ney Pill* were brought to my atten address,
der of the Kirnt National Bank of 1910, for the following described
T. A Bat rows and Dau Vun Brim
County, State of Oregon.
tion und I proem -d u box I I m - kki -
Portland, Oregon, must be sent to iwimp Inads, all in In T. 35 8 , R
J. II. SHORT.
mer were guests ut the latkvslde Inn
7 44 E.:
using them and felt better In a short
bank for each bld submitted to
Box 295. Klainuth Fallu.
from Merrill Tuesday.
Ixrt 1 of Section 2; lots 1, 2 and 3,
Joaeph H. Hw-ds, an insane person. |
time I was foully cured of the lame
the Distrtc .* For< n er. The right to NE44 of 8E44 of Section 3; all of
Judge Benson returned Monday
ness in my lack nnd all the other
lots 1, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, except the
from a several days' abaence from
I 1910, ibis court having read and con- reject any and all blds is reserve* 1. NW44 of NE44 of Section 10; all of
H)ni|donis of the trouble entirely dis
home on legal business
j sidered the petition heretofore filed
lots 1, 3 and 4. except the NE44 of
I have no hesitation In
I am prepared to furnish blue
SW44 of Section !<; all of lots 1, 2,
The High School ball team will recommending Doan'* Kidney Pills to pi Inta showing all vacant lands scum I und now presented herein by Sarah E. ed from sale.
For further information and regu 3 and 4, excep- th*- NW
sgalu cross bats with the Indians next anyone sufiering from kidney com to be restored to the public domain Heeds, the duly appointed, qualified
of Section 28; all of lots 4,2. 3 and
and. acting guardian of the person and
.Saturday at the Agency.
4, except the SW44 of NW44 of Sec
ships In the Lakeview Land District, estate of Joseph 8. Seeds, an insane Supervisor, Crater National Forest, tion
8 M Mlshey of Hvattle, who Is
29; all of late I. 3. 4 and 5. ex
For sale by all dealers Price 50 at t1 (10 per township.
Medford. Oregon.—GEO H. CECIL, cept the SE44 of NE44 of Hecioc 10
temporal lly loca'ed here, left Tues ■ ent«
W B. SNIDER.
Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo,
All blds must be ueeotupani>d by a
1 court fo: Ike sale of certain real prop Acting District Forester.
day morulug for Portland
New York, sole agent« for the United I
regularly executed application to pur
erty of said estate, and It appearing
Wm. Worden aud II. 1* Hoey left fatale*.
chase and at least -’»»«Cfc of the
U ATKIt 1 NEIts MKKTING
to the court therefrom that said real j NOTICE OF HALE OF REAL
Sunday to take In the festivities nt
amount offered No Hd for lesi’lLwC
Remember the name laian's and
MT ATE AT PRIVATE HALE 320 per acre will be considered.
property should be «old:
Yreka lu the latter's machine.
take no other.
The right to reject any and all bids
A special meeting of the stockhold
It Is Hereby Ordered: That the In the County Court of the State of
Dau Griffith has Just bad another
ers of the Klamath Water Users' As next of kin of said ward, to-wit;
line rowboat completed for his Engle
I \I*M*H|ON IN t t ill IC« II
Applications and bids should be ad
sociation was held in the city last
liidgv resort on the Upper lake
dressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State
Saturday, at which the par vain-» of Joseph II. Seeds, Charles W. Seeds.
Frank II Mills and wife arrived
the stock of the assclatlon was rul'jod ! Jay E. Seeds. Mary E. Heeds and Lucy In the Matter of the Estate of D. F. Land Board, Salem, Oregon, and
Cl’RRAHKK, Spain. M b ) 24.
marked "Application and bid to pur
Hunds) from Him Francisco to take Titre«- people Were killed and sixteen from 920 to J30 per Bltare. On the May Tygart, and all |>er*ons Inter
chase swamp lands."
i>n outing In the Klamath country
were Injured in a bomb explosion lu lido tin- association for dues by the ested in the said estate, appear before
G. G BROWN,
Clerk State I-and Board.
It H Brownley und wife are recent »> Catholic church In which they were land OVMH "I the Upper Project, it this court on the 30th day of June, pursuance of an order of the above
April 14. 1910.
arrival* in Klamath Fulls from Den attending services Sunday. The bomb was voted that be not refunded, the 1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the entitled court, made in the above en-'
ver, Colo , and will locate In this 1s claimed by the police to be similar position being taken that the associa forenoon of said day, at the court- titled matter, on the tenth day of
10-19000 "K” A. M.
tion could not do so legally. It is
NOTICE OF RESTORATION OF
to that dropped by Callemayor n stated that suits will be filed to test roo mof this court, at Klamath Falls, May, 1910, the undersigned, as ad
In the County of Klamath, State of
PUBLIC LANDS TO SETTLEMENT
Evert Bv<-»oii. tlx- Mini' of Etiimit Madrid today. The police are making the mutter In the erarta
Oregon, then and there to show cause. hereinafter described, at private sale AND ENTRY.—Department of the
llv<*aon. left Htinday morning Io drive systematic campaigns against aliar
i it any there be. why an order should to the highest bidder for cash, on or Interior, General Land Office. Wash
to Medford to assist bls father In chlsts, nnd there are believed lo be
ington. D. C., March 30, 1910.—No
not be granted by this court for the after the eighteenth day of June, tice is hereby given that the Secre
the reprisals by the anarchists
Sull In Equity for Decree of Divorce. sale of such real property, described 1910, at my residence at the post
tary of the Interior has vacated de
Mm H M Reynolds arrived Sun-
In the County Court of the State In said petition, to-wit: Ix>t ono of office at Tule Lake. Klamath County. partmental order of withdrawal in so
day from Han Fr-nclaco to Join her Vol t'AN Cl RE THAT BACK M HE.
of Oregon, for the County of block forty-eight of Klamath Falls, Oregon, subject only to confit ma far as the same affects the withdrawal
husband, who has gone into business Pain along the back, dizziness. head
for irrigation purposes under the act
Oregon (Nichol's Addition).
tion of said sale as by law provided of June 17, 1902 (32 Stat., 388), for
in this city.
ache end general languor. Get a
And it is further ordered: That
The property hereinbefore referred use in connection with the Klamath
J. H. Rose came through tile city package of Mother Gray's AUSTRA Caroline Rambo, plaintiff, vs. Joel
Maxwell Rambo, Defendant.
service of this order be made by pub to is particularly described as fol Project, Oregon-Calif., of the follow
l uvaday morning with a heavy wagon LIA N-LEAF. the- pleasant root and
ing described lands in the State of
To Joo) Maxwell Rambo, the Above- lication thereof for the period of lows, to-wit:
and load from Ashland, on his way to herb cure for all Kidney. Bladder and
Oregon and by his authority such of
Urinary troubles When you feel all
tracts as have not been hereto
In the name of the State of Oregon day of May. 1910, in the Klamath Re ter (8 44 8W 44 ) section thirty-four said
fore finally restored and are not oth
Miss Pearl Davidson returned to run down, tired, weak and without
her home a* Midland Monday, after energy use this remarkable combina you are hereby required to appear publican. a weekly newspaper of gen (34), township forty (40) south, erwise withdrawn, reserved, or appro
will be subject to settlement
taking In the band excursion on the tion of nature's herbs and roots. As and answer the complaint filed eral circulation, published at Klam and the north halt of the northwest priated,
under the public land laws of the
quarter (N44 NW 44), aection three United States on and after July 2.
a regulator B has no equal Mother
v «ke Sunday.
Mrs 1 a > w 1 s Gerber left Monday Gray's AuMraiian-Lmf is sold by on or before the 7th day of July, • Dated this 23d day of May. 1910. <3), township forty-one (41) south, 1910 but Bhall not be subject to en
J. B GRIFFITH
range twelve (12) E. W. M.. tn try. filing, or selection until August
morning for Racratncato. where she druggists or sent by mall for 50 cents 191V. that being the day of the last
publication of summons, and the last
1. 1910, at the United Staten lagd
will visit with friends and relatives Sample sent FREE
Klamath County, Oregon.
office at Lakeview, Oregon, warning
day within which you are required to
for several week*.
Mother Gray Co., Le Roy, N. Y
being expressly given that no person
notici : TO CREPITORS
answer, as fixed by the order of pub
J. M. JOHNSON.
The streets of the city were very
will be permitted to gain or exercise
lication of this summons. If you fall
Administrator of Said Estate
any right whatever under any settle
<,ulet Sunday, owing t>. the many ex-
to appear and answer the plaintiff In the County- Court of the State of
ment or occupation begun after
< urslons and pleasure parties on out
Oregon, for Klamath County.
22, 1910, and prior to July 2,
HAN FRANCI8CO. May 20
ing trips for the day.
In the Matter of the Estate of Jessie
NOTICE OF RESTORATION OF 1910. all such settlement or occupa
M Arnett. Deceased.
John Abercrombie, a hotel man of Papke knocked out Joe Thomas In demanded in said complaint. Said
tion being forbidden:
Notice la hereby given by the un PUBLIC LAND8 TO SETTLEMENT I Principal Meridian—T 37 8., R. 7
Memphis, Tenn . arrived In the city the sixteenth round last night The suit Is brought to secure dissolution
E . all Secs. 6. 7, 8, 10 and 23 and
Monday evening, and Is looking over bout was scheduled for 25 rounds, at of the bonds of matrimony- existing of Jessie M Arnett, deceased, to the
26 to 35 inclusive.
39 S., R. 8 E.,
catch weights By winning this tight between yourself and plaintiff.
the Klamath situation
creditors of. and all persons having M), Department of the Interior, Gen N44 NE 44. N44 T. NW
Thin summons is published in the claims against, the said deceased, to eral Land Office, Washington, D. C.,
Him Eastwood was in the city Mon Papke hopes to get a match with
13; N44 NE 44 and W44 Sec. 14;
day from his Lost river ranch Sim Stanley Ketchel, and reverse the de
N44 NE 44. NW 44 and W 44 SW4i
ers. within six months after the first
Papke newspaper printed and published at publication of this notice, to the said given that the Secretary of the In Sec. 22; NW 44. SE %. NW 44 Sec
1 eports crops In that section as look cision of their last meeting
._ Sec. 29; N44. E44 SW44.
surprised the followers of the fight Klamath Falls, Oregon, by order of administrator at his residence in the terior has vacated departmental or ««I N44
ing exceptionally good.
and NE>4 SE44 Sec 30
City of Klamath Falls, Klamath
The opening of the roads and fine game by his splendid condition and
and SE44 Sec 36. T. 40 8.. R. 8
weather Is shown by the number of fast work, and lovers of the sport said court, and dated the 25th day Of County. Oregon, the same being the same affects the withdrawal for irri- E . E44 NW 44 and NE44 Sec. 1; W 44
place for the transaction of the busi gation purposes under the act of June ; SW 44 Sec. 7; W44 SW44 Sec. 27;
■ ampers seen on the camp grounds would like to see another Ketchel- May, 191V. The first publication to ness of said estate.
17, 1902 (32 Stat., 388), for use in IN44 NE44. SW44 NE44. E 44 NW44
in the lower end of the city.
JOEL P ARNETT,
connection with the Klamath Project. I a®<1
1910. and the last publication thereof
Mrs M It Strong of Medford and
Oregon-California, of the following
Kid McLellan ar river Frlduv night
Mrs. H. B. Pelree of Sacramento ar-
described lands in the State of Ore-' SE
HORACE M. MANNING.
ived Monday night, and expect to from Dorris, accompanied by his
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NE44 and NW H
trainer and brother lie will finish
make there home here In the future
NE 44 Sec. 11; N44. NE44 SW44 and
Mr and Mrs. George W. Oley are
In the County- Court of the State of finally- restored and are not other SE 44 Sec. 12; EH NE44 Sec. 13:
NOTICE OF FILING
NW 44 NE ‘ 44 ■ N44 NW 44. SW44
♦ 'he happy parents of a baby daughter, training quarters nnd a gymnasium
Oregon, for Klamath County.
FINAL ACCOI NT In the Matter of the Estate of James wise withdrawn, reserved, or appro NW44 Sec. 17; all Sc. 18; W44 NE44
which was born to them on Sunday
priated. will be subject to settlement W44 and W44 SE 44 Sec. 19; SW44
M. Arnett, Deceased
Both mother and baio are be pleased to have any of the local In the County Court of the State of
Notice is hereby given by the un under the public land laws of the NE44. SE44 NW44. E44 SW44. W44
dersigned, administrator of the estate United States on and after July 18. SE44 and SE44 SE>4 Sec 28; N44.
Oregon, for Klamath County.
J. O Hoyt, president of the Warren McLellan is in fine form nnd condi
of James M. Arnett, deceased, to the 1910. but shall not be subject to en- N44 SW44 N44 SE44 Sec. 30; 8W44
SW 44 Sec 31; NE 44. E44 NW’i
< <>n»truction Co left Monday morn tion for the coming go McLellan Jr. the estate of Lewis P. Nelson, some creditors of. and all persons having try, filing of selection until August and
E44 SE 44 Sec. 33; SE44 NW H,
ing for Portland His associate. Col.
times called Louis P. N'elsou, some exhibit them, with the proper vouch 17, 1910, at the United States land W44 NW>4 and SW44 Sec 34. T.
35 S . R 7 44 E . lots 1. 2. 3. 4 anil
Pratt, will remain here for some time
lan's trainer. Is on for one of the pre times called ijtwrence P. Nelson, ers. within Bix months after the first office at Lakeview, Oregon, warning the SW44 SW44 Sec 16. T. (OS,
sometimes called L. P. Nelson, de
being expressly given that no person R. 9 E..WH SW 44 ■ Sec. 1; SE 44
Dr. H Hemvnway, one of the pio liminaries with Linkenbach, and the ceased. having filed his final account administrator at his residence in the will be permitted to gain or exercise NE44.
SW44 SE*4 E44 SEH Sec. 2;
neer* of this country was In the city
of his administration of said estate, County, Oregon, the same being the any right w-hatever under any settle SVV44 NE44 Sec. 3; S44 SW’44. SW44
Haturdny on his way to Yalnax, hav
Sec 5; N 44 NW 44 SW 44 ■ E 41
Alex Martin Jr. has received word notice Is hereby given that the court place for the transaction of the busi- ment or occupation begun after April SE44
SWVi. SE44 Sec. 6; NE»4 NE44 Sec
ing been relieved nt the agency by Dr from Fresno to the effect that hin has appointed Thursday, the 30th day new of said estate.
7, 1910. and prior to July 18, 1910, 7; W44 NB44. NW44. N'E44 SW44
JOEL P ARNETT.
all such settlement or occupation be and SE 44 Sec 8; SW44 and W4j
father Is still in a precarious condi of June, 1910, at the court house in
Administrator of Said Estate.
F. E. Martin und wife arrived tlon. He states timi the sickness la the city ol Klamath Falls, Oregon, at I 4-21-5-26
ing forbidden: Willamette Principal SE 44 Sec. 9: E 44 NE 44 Sec. 111
NH SW H and SW 44 8W4.
home Sunday from San Francisco, due to n general breaking down, and the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon
Meridian—T. 38 8.. R. t E . W'j NW44.
Sec. 12; NW 4» NW 44 and SW44
where Mr Martin underwent an op that it will be some time before there of said day as the time and place for
SW4* and Lots 5 and 6. Section 29. SW44 Sec. 13; EH NE44. SW4i
eration for appendicitis. He Is rap will be nny substantial improvement. hearing and settling said final ac
A. P. PROUDFIT. Assistant Commis SW4«. SE «4 SE 44 Sec 14; NE44.
idly recovering his health
Mr Martin Sr. haa n host of friends count nnd the hearing of all objec To the Stockholders of Klamath sioner of the General Land Office. SH SW44. SH SE44 Sec. 15 WH
NE4«. WH and SE H Sec 16; E44
Sunday evening's Lakeview stage in this county who will receive with tions thereto or to any particular Item
Water Users' Association:
FRANK PIERCE, First Assistant Sec NE44
and NE H SEH Sec 17; EH-
left with the following passengers: keen pleasure any news that will thereof. It was further ordered by
You are hereby notified that the retary of the Interior.
S-5-7-7 NW 44 and EH SW 44 Sec 21; all
Frank and Abe Valinda, Frank Bor- bring tidings of bls gaining in the court thn this notice be published following amendment to the By-Laws
Sec. 23; 8W44 SW44 Sec 22; N-4
■lel and R A. Wlnkkott to Lakeview; strength
in the* Klamath Republican, the first of the Klamath Water Users' Associa ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AGAINST NE 44 and NW44 Sec. 24; NE44 EH
NW 44. NW 44 NW 44. NW 44 SE44.
It. E. Rulenick and May Casebeer to
I ubllcatlon thereof to be made on the tion will be submitted for your ac
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
SE44 Sec 27; NB44 NE44 Sec-
Mrs E. E Wise and daughter, Mrs. 26th day of May, 1910, and the last ceptance or rejection at the next an I11 the County Court of the State of EH
28; NE44 NE4a Sec. 34; NH.-----
publication thereof on the 23d day nual meeting of stockholders of said
Oregon, for the County of Klamath SW «4 and SE44 Sec. 35. T. 41 S..
4 The evening train from Weeil camo
association to be held in the Houston In the Matter of the Guardianship of, R. 9 E . NE44. SE v4 NW«4, NE 44
In two hours and a half late on Satur cent arrivals here. Mrs. Wise is the cf June. 1910.
NW 44 SE 44 and SH
Opera House, Klamath Falls. Oregon,
J. C. FERGUSON.
William Walter Adams. James J SW44.
day night, the delay being caused by mother of Frank nnd Levi Ward The
Sec. 1; NE44 NE 44 Sec. 2; and NE 44
Frank Adams and Robert Steele! NE44 Sec 12. T. 41 S. R. 10 E..
waiting for connections, which were
Dated at Klamath Fnlls, Oregon. at the hour of 2 o’clock p. m., to-wit:
made late by the derailing of two fiat Klnmnth Falls
SH NW «4 and SH Sec. 4; NW44
That Section 1, Article III, of said
May 26th, 1910.
A petition having this day been Sec. 6; NE 44 and NB44 NW 44 Sec
< ars on the main line.
Robert Cheyne of Klickitat county,
T 37 8.. “
R. 13 *
By-Laws be amended to read as fol presented, and filed, in the above en-: 9; NW44 Sec. 10. _
Horace H. Clark, Harold W. Clapp Wash . arrived in the clty Monday
T. 38 8.. R. 13 E.. all Secs.
E.. all. “
NOTH K Ft)R PUBLICATION
titled matter by J. Frank Adams, 1 to 12; 14 to 23 and 27 to 33 in-
und J. Olmstead, officials of the night,
lie was here last fall, nt
(Not Coal I^ndsl
“The exercise of the corporate pow guardian of the persons and estates elusive. T. 38 8.. R 14 E . all Secs.
Southern Pacific railroad, nrrived which time he bought a 40-acre tract
Department of the Interior, United ers of this Association and the man of the above named minors, praying 1 to 15. 22 to 27 and 34 to 38 In-
Saturday night from Han Francisco under the government canal. It Is
States Land Office at Lakeview, agement of Its affairs shall be vested for order of sale of certain real es elusive. T. 39 S.. R. 14 E.. all Secs.
und left Sunday morning for Pelican his Intention to remain here for sev-
1, 2. 11, 12. 13, 14, 24. 25 and 31
Oregon. May 19, 1910.
in a board of seven Directors elected tate belonging to said wards, said to 36 inclusive, T. 39 8.. R 15 E..
Lodge for an outing and fishing trip. era) weeks to Improve the property.
Notice is hereby given that Archye to serve one year.”
real estate being hereinafter more all. T. 37 8.. R. 10 E.. all Secs. 14
Mr nnd Mrs Emmitt Beeson and
B. Kirkendall, whose' postofflcc ad-
to 17, 19 to 23 and 25 to 38 inclu
By order of Board of Directors, particularly described.
ratnlly left on Sunday morning ; for
E. Raphael and wife left Tuesday dress is Klamath Falls, Oregon, did. Klamath Water Users' Association
sive. T. 38 S.. R. 10 E . all Secs. 1
to 6, 8 to 16, 23 to 25 inclusive and
Talent, whore they will remain I for morning for Medford. Mr. Raphael on the 17th day of July, 1909, file in
By ALBERT E ELDER,
the next of kin of the said minors, Sec. 36. T. 38 8.. R. UHE, all Secs
'bout two weeks, during which I time Is a representative of the San Fran this office sworn statement and appli
and all persons interested in the 6. 7. 18 and 28 to 33 inclusive. 8. V.
Mrs. Bet-son will visit with friend» cisco Bulletin. He han been in this cation No.02326,to purchase the W 44
above entitled estate, appear before PROUDFIT, Acting Commissioner of
und relatives while Mr. Beeson is at city for several weeks looking after NW44. sec 33; 8E«4 NE44 sec. 32.
SALE OF TIMBER — Portland, this Court on Saturday, the 28th day the Gen. Ijind Office.
tending to business matters.
the interests of his paper.
township 38 8. range to E, Willam- Oregon. April 21, 1910. Sealed bids of May. 1910, at 2 o’clock p. m.. In PIERCE, First Assistant Secretary of
DANGER IN DELAY