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crete, situated on lot 8, block 49,
NOTICE Foil I'l'HLH'ATION
NOTH E FOR PUBLICATION
i tracts as have not been heretofore
finally restored and are not other
(Not Coal I<ands)
(Not C'oul Io«nd)
Jasper Bennett To repair porch
wise withdrawn, reserved, or appro
Department ot the Interior,
on house corner Main and Cedar.
llealUi Is Worth Saving, and Home
priated, will be subject to settlement
Jack Kerr- Five-room dwelling
Klamath Fall» People Know
under the public land laws of th«-
May 25. 1910.
Oregon, May 19, 1910,
house on lot 9, block 2, on Pine
How Io Marr It
NOTICE 1« lioreby given that Otis ! Notice is hereby given that Archye United States on and after July 18,
»1 root; cost «1,500.
Greer, of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
B. Kirkendall, whose ftostofllce ad- 1910, but shall not be subject to en
It. 11. Spencer Barn on2 lot 4,
Muny Klamath Fails people take who. on August 10, 1904, made dr«»« is Klamath Falls, Oregon, did, try, filing of selection until August
I «iM-ctiil Paving Fight Was Not block 62, Nichols addition.
homestead entry No. 3262, »erlal
I their live» In their hands by neglect- No. 01199, for SW H 8ectloti 34. . on the 17th day of July, 1909, Die in 17, 1910, at the United State» land
NtMrted at last Night's Meet
Goo. T. Baldwin—Warehouse on ' Ing the kidney» when they know Township
37 8.. Range 9 K . Willam
office at Izakevlew, Oregon, warning
lot 3. block 8. railroad addition; ihe»« organs ne«d help. Sick kidneys ette meridian, ha» tiled notice of In . this office sworn statement and appli being expressly given that no person
ing, liut It I» Coming
building to be 48x88
ure responsible tor a va»t amount of tention to make Final Five-Year
will be permitted to gain or exerciM-
Klamath Lumber Co., by It W. i suffering and ill health, but there Is Proof to establish claim to the land NWH, sec. 33; 8E % NEH sec. 32. any right whatever under any settle
The regular minding of the city I Clark«, manager Office building on no n«M-d to suffer nor to remain In County Clerk, at Klamath Falla. Ore
■ tie Meridian, und the timber ther«- ment or occupation begun after April
< »until wan held Monday evening at I lot 0, block 3, West Klumuth Fall».
dnnger when till diseases and aches gon. on the 9th day of July, 1910.
u, under the provisions of the act of 7, 1910, and prior to July 18, 1910,
Clalmunt name» a» witnesses:
Chan H Moore Garage on lot r>, und pains due to weak kidneys can
■ filch th« now officials were »worn In
3, 1878, and acts amendatory, all suc h settlement or occupation be
Moi k 3, Went Klamath Falls
be qul< kly and permanently cured by Oregon
and tin* mnyor made hl» full set of
known as thi; "Timber and Stone! ing forbidden: Willamette Principal
W W Patch, for United State» the use of Doan's Kidney Pill». The
John iiagelsteln of Klamath Fall», I-aw," at such value a« might be fixed Meridian—T. 38 8.. R 8 E, WH
> ppolnt merits
Tho «X|H<ctod tight government Addition to »torago
following »tatemenf leaves no ground Oregon.
8W H and Lots 5 and 6, Section 29
over the paving matter did not ma ■ hod on land owned by government for doubt.
William Oati» of Klamath Fall», by appraisement, and that, pursuant
A. P. PROUDFIT. Assistant Commis
t«rlallxe, th« property owner» havlug off Eleventh street
K Boaz of Jack»onvllle. Ore., says;
Wellesley B. Simpson of Klamath ber thereon have b««n appraised (Un sioner of the General Land Office
W P. Johnson Eight-room resi "I suffered a great deal for »everal Fall», Oregon
< hanged their plan», but that It I»
appraised by chief field division witb- FRANK PIERCE. First Assistant Sec
ARTHUR W ORTON.
loming Is certain, aud when It doos dence on the southeast corner of years from kidney and bladder trou
In nine month»’ time; land «old at retary of the Interior.
ble, the most annoying symptom be- 6 2-7 7
coma sparks are going to fly and the block 49. Hot Hprlngs uddltion
■'iitryman’s estimated value), the tim
L. G Comstock Corrugated iron Ing too frequent passages of the kld-
NOTICE OF MALE OF STATE
honorable mayor ami some other» are
ber estimated 700,000 board feet at
I ney secretion» I had sharp, shoot-
going to be seared
«0.3857 per M , and the land >30;
situated on the corner of Eighth and I I Ing palns In the »mall of my back,
given that the
Huit in Equity for Decree of Divorce. that »aid applicant will offer final
Every available »puce In the cubby .Milin NtriMdM.
State I.and Board will receive sealed
bole where the session» of the conn-
In the Circuit Court of the Stati proof in support of his application blds until 11 o'clock a. m.. June 28,
These applications brought out a
> il arc held was occupied when Mayor curious fact Builders »tart a struc I not obtain relief I was almost dls-
of Oregon, for th«- County of and sworn statement on the 28th day 1910, for the following d«»scribed
Sanderson, with ponderous self-im ture and then make application for ■ ouraged when I learned of Doan's
■ of July, 1910, before R. M. Richard swamp inads, all in In T. 35 8., R.
Kidney Pills. I procured a box and
portance, tailed the meeting to order,
Caroline Rambo, plaintiff, va. Joel son, U. 8. Commissioner, at Klamath
Ixit 1 of Section 2; lots 1, 2 and 3,
the permit, and before the council
lie seemed tu realise that every eye act» < n It the building is completed within a week I wa« benefited. I was
Maxwell Rambo, Defendant.
NEH of SEH
----- of * “ Section
3; all of
was centered on lit» august presence and III some case» occupied
Any person is at liberty to protest lots 1, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7 and 8, except the
Such i therefor«, highly ri-commend Doan's T«» Joel Maxwell Rambo, th«- Above-
pa he uttered the words that opened WIN the case In a majority of the ap-
this purchaitc before entry, or initiate NWH of NEI4 of Section 10; all of
lots 1, 3
4, except the NE!4 of
the game that moans the beginning ull a, ion» made last evening It was I. I u- s I'llls."
H contest at any time before patent is 8WH of and
Section 9; all of lota 1, 2,
In the name of the State ot Oregon
For sale by ull dealers. Price 50
<>f his end. The oath of otHco win »iso Indicated that the council will
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit 3 and 4, except the NW Hof NWI4
administered to the new councilman alt bin a very »hurt time extend 'he i ■ cuts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, you are hereby required to appear in this office, alleging fact» which of Section 28; all of lots 1, 2, 3 and
4, except the SWH of NWH of Sec
• nd the vurlou» officials. and the mln- lire limit» ot the city so a» to Include . New York, sole agent» for the United
would defeat the entry.
against you in the above entitled suit,
tion 29; al) of lots 1, 3, 4 and 5, ex
nteu of the last several meetings practically all of Main street and i Hi ate».
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
cept the SE H of NE H of Section 30.
Ri-membei th« name—D«ran’» and on or bcfori- the 7th day of July,
were read and approved.
All bids must be accompanied by a
Klamath avenue This would result I lake no other.
I 1910, that being the day of the last
regularly executed application to pur
It was plain to tie seen that San In much benefit to the city, and prove
publication of summon», and the last
chase and at least one-fifth of the
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE'
derson wuh extremely worried
Ho a wise move on the part of the t oun-
day within which you are required to
amount offered. No bid for less than
eunoyi'd and nervous was he that the ell
NE'WR SOWS OF INTEREST
answer, a» fixed by the order of pub 1.1 the County Court of Klamath j >20 per acre will be considered.
N llarity Incident to an Iniatlon of
The right to reject any and all blds
County. Htate of Oregon.
lication of this summons. If you fail
members into one of the lodges across made application to the council for
Theri- are nearly 300 American to appear and answer the plaintiff In the Matter of the Guardianship of is Applications
and bids should be ad
the street got so on his nerves that fund» to defray the cost of wiring students in German universities.
will apply to the court for the relief
dressed to G. G. Brown. Clerk State
he had to make some pointed re the street» for the electrical Illumi
Tuberculosl» stands at the bead of demanded in said complaint. Said
Now, on this the 23d day of May,' I-and Board, Salem. Oregon, and
marks about It and the noise was nation for the Fourth It »U* Slated tlie list of dlsi-ase» which afflict the suit Is brought to secure dissolution 1910, this court having read and con marked "Application and bld to pur
chase swamp lands."
not so loud, either. He seemed to that work would be ot a permanent American Indian
of the bonds of matrimony existing sidered the petition heretofore filed
G. G. BROWN,
* expecting something to drop every nature, and If the city paid for It the
Holland has the lowest Infant mor-! between yourself and plaintiff
and now presented herein by Sarah E.
Clerk State Land Board.
■ cond and was continually shoving company would furnish free of charge tality of European countrl«*», and En-I Thia summon» is published in the Heeds, the duly ap|M>inted. qualified
April 14. 1910.
hl» measures before the council, in the light on all public occasions. The gland ranks next.
Klamath Falls Republican, a weekly and acting guardian of the p»irson and
10-19000 "K” A. M
order to head off any move of the en matter was taken under advisement.
For th« first time in many years; newspaper printed and published at estate of Joseph 8. Seeds, an insane
emy. liut the expected did not hap-
NOTICE OF RESTORATION OF
The Police Judge submitted hi» Nevada produced a marketable quan Klamath Falls, Oregon, by order of person, praying for an order of the
PUBLIC LANDS TO SETTLEMENT
I • n last night But wait
annual report, of which the follow- tity of quicksilver lust year.
Honorable Judge Noland, judg«- of court for the sale of certain real prop AND ENTRY.—Department of the
William Sargent, who was elected lug summary 1» a part
New Zealand fruit growers have »aid court, and dated the 25th day of erty of said estate, and it appearing 1 Interior, General Land Office. Wash
unillm.m from the Fifth ward, was
100 owl» from Germany to May, 1910. The first publication to to the court therefrom that said real ington, D. C., March 30, 1910.—No
tice is hereby given that the Secre
r ot < harmed with the honors of his
combat their post of small birds.
be made on the 26th day of May, property should be sold:
tary of the Interior has vacated de
■ nice, and declined to qualify The Outstanding water and
Canada's population at the close of , 1910, and the last publication thereof
partmentaI order of wlthdraWal ln „
council, therefore, elected A G. Wal
1909 was estimati'd at 7,250,000 by on the 7th day of July, 1910.
ar ag tjje same affects the withdrawal
dron In hlu place Mr. Waldron Is a Outstanding sewer bond» 40.000 00 the dominion bureau of census
Joseph H. Seeds, Charles W. Seeds.' for irrigation purposes under the act
HORACE M. MANNING.
k<M>u obsi rver. aud he 1» going to see
Attorney for Plaintiff. Jay E. Seeds, Mary E. Seeds and Lucy | of June 17, 1902 (32 Stat.. 388), for
that his and of the city is cared for. Accumulated intoriwt
May Tygart, and all persons inter use in connection with the Klamath
Project. Oregon-Calif., of the follow
tn this he will have th* cheerful co
ested in the said «-state, appear before I ing described lands in the State of
NOTICE OF FI MM.
rporation of Rtansblo, his colleague
FINAL ACCOUNT this court on the 30th day of June. Oregon and by his authority such of
".'■ iort and the welfar • of their cbildten
Neither of theae men will be a tool
1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the ! said tracts as have not been hereto
r.hculd never be without n box o*
■ •f Randcrson's. And. of course. Stone
(ietterai F umi
forenoon of said day. at the court-. fore finally restored and are not oth
erwise withdrawn, reserved, or appro
Mother Gray'» Sweet Powder» for
and Faught from the Fourth will not Balance on hand May 18,
roo mof this court, at Klamath Fails, ’ priated, will be subject to settlement
Oregon, for Klamath County.
Children, for is« '.rougnou'. the sen
ho made monklea of by his honor. It
J. C. Ferguson, administrator of in the County of Klamath, State of | under the public land laws of the
sor They brt-.i*: np col iv. ure fever•
Is a cinch that out of the remaining Received from taxe»
13.808.95 Ubness, constiputt •.!. teething dlsor- the estate of Lewis P. Nelson, some Oregon, then and there to show cause, I United States on and after July 2,
there will bo found two who will Received from OL.Carter
if any there be. why an order should 1910, but shall not be subject to en
<L rs. headache ind stomach trouble« times called Louis P. Nelson, some not be granted by this court for the I try, filing, or selection until August
give his honor the merry ha-ha. so
TFeee po v-i • » never tall. Sold by times called I-aw re nee P. Nelson, ■ sale of such real property, described 1, 1910, at the United States land
t hat bo will no longer be boss of the
office at Lakeview, Oregon, warning
al drug 'tire.. X5c
Don't accept Hometimes called L. I’. Nelson, de in said petition, to-wit: Lot one of being expressly given that no person
<ity administration or. rather, h* By warrant»
’ tr I package will ceased. having filed his final account block forty-eight of Klamath Fall», will be permitted to gain or exercise
Will no longer be able to carry out Interest paid
any right whatever under any settle
be sent ft. e to any mother who «11! ot his administration of said estate, Oregon (Nichol's Addition).
i he orders of Al Leavitt, Charlie Interest on bond»
ment or occupation begun after
addteee Alt* i S Olmsted. LcRov. N Y notice is hereby given that the court
Moore's handy man
Balance on hand
2. «11. S3
March 22, 1910, and prior to July 2,
has appointed Thursday, the 30th day
1910, all such settlement or occupa
The council ini ream'd the bond of
of June, 1910. at the court house in service of this order be made by pub tion being forbidden:
Milling to Oblige the Lady
'he illy treasurer from «5,000 to
the city ot Klamath Falls, Oregon, at
! Principal Meridian—T. 37 8.. R. 7
He arose in the crowded isle.
1)5,00" t'aptaln Siemens having III-1 Th« r«-|»ort was received, read and
E., all Secs. 6, 7, 8, 10 and 23 and
the hour ot 2 o'clock in the afternoon
"I couldn't think ot depriving you of »aid day as the time and place for day of May, 1910, in the Klamath Re i 26 to 35 inclusive. T. 39 S., R. 8 E.,
■Heated to the council that such ac- filed
i i»n would be agreeable to him
The ordinance providing for the of your seat." sv sweetly said. "Pray hearing and settling said final ac publican, a weekly newspaper of gen NH NEH. NH NWH Section
13; NH NEH and WH Sec. 14;
Th. following bills wore ordered issuance of the >20.000 in bonds that keep It."
count and the hearing of all objec eral circulation, published at Klam NH NEH. NWH and WH SWH
Sec. 22; NWH, SEH. NWH Sec.
I were voted al the special election to ' "Very well; if you insist upon it. tions thereto or to any particular item
Dated this 23d day ot May. 1910. ,28; NH Sec 29; NH. EH SWH,
provide funds for the purchase of;
I ight and Water Co . April
thereof. It was further ordered by
J. B GRIFFITH
WH SEH and NEH SEH 8ec. 30
»387 72 the garbage and city hall altos and ina’am," he said in a resigned voice. the court tha: this notice be published
and SEH Sec. 36. T. 40 3.. R. 8
38.85 to commence work on the new city But I’ve alseadv been carried by ray in the Klamath Republican, the first
N E. Conner
E., EH NWH and NEH Sec. 1; WH
2.50 hall was mad the third time and street.” Kansas City Journal
SWH Sec. 7; WH SWH Sec. 27;
I ublication thereof to bo made on the
Bld» on the bonds will be
NH NEH. SWH NEH. EH NWH
Klamath Abstract <’■>
1 .'6th day of May, 1910, and the last
What He Wished to Know
ESTATE AT PRIVATE HALF’ and SEH Sec. 33. T. 39 S.. R. 9 E..
75.00 opened Jnly 7.
publication thereof on the 23d day
all Sec 1; EH. NWH. EH SWH
"Here's an article in this magazine cf June. 1910.
The mayor then announced his ap-
lu the County Court of the State of Sec. 2; all Sec
8. L Walker
5; NH- SW%, WH
90 51) IMiintments for the ensuing year, and entitled How to Meet Trouble.'
Oregon, for the County of SEH Sec 8; NH SWH and SW %
E. C Townsend
J. C FERGUSON,
»aid Mrs Wedderiy
Shall I read it
SEH Sec 9; EH NEH and NWH
32.80 they were as follows:
11; NH. NEH SWH and
City engineer—D. J. Zumwalt
\ L l^nvltt
Dated at Klamath Falla. Oregon, In the Matter of the Estate of D. F. NEH Sec.
12; EH NEH Sec. 13;
City attorney Thomas Drake
May 26th, 1910
NWH NE %. N H NW H . SW H
band. How to dodge trouble is the
City marshal -E C. Townsend
chlro Construction Co
Notice is hereby given that, in NWH Sec. 17; all Sc. 18; WH NEH
SALE OF TIMBER
I’ollce 8 L Walker. Wllliani brand of information I'm looking
pursuance of an order of the above WH and WH SEH Sec. 19; SWH
NEH. SEH NWH. EH SWH. WH
3 26 Hall, C. C. Low and George B Sny ft r." - Chicago News
.■ntitled court, made in the above en SEH
L R 8ton«
and SEH SEH Sec 28; NH.
Portland Ore., April 21, 1910
17 50 der Mr. Snyder's appointment is a
F H. Biehn
titled matter, on the tenth day of NH SWH NH SEH Sec. 30; SWH
Farmers Imp A Hup Hou»«
Sealed bids marked outside "'Bid, May. 1910, the undersigned, as ad I SWH Sec. 31; NEH. EH NWH
2.50 serving during the absence from the
1* L Fountain
Timber Sale Application. April 6, ministrator. will sell the premises I and EH SEH Sec. 33; SEH NWH.
WH NWH and SWH Sec. 34. T
4.25 city of 8. L. Walker,
• Tty Transfer
On.- 2-year-old and two yearling 1910, Crater." and addressed to the hereinafter described, at private sale 35 S . R 7H E.. lots 1. 2. 3, 4 and
Service. to the highest bidder for cash, on or the SWH SWH Sec. 16. T. 40 S
Jersey bulls for sale or trade; fine District Forester, Forest
L. F Willits was elected president stock Geo E Byers. Stearns Ranch, Portland. Oregon, will be received up after the eighteenth day of June. R. 9 E..WH SWH. Sec. 1; SEH
C. C. IzO»
2 50 <’t the council.
6-2-tf to and including the 2d day of July, 1910. at my residence at the post- NEH. SW’H SEH EH SEH Sec. 2;
The mayor announced tin- appoint
1 W Siemens
1910, for all the merchantable dead office at Tule Lake, Klamath County. SWH NEH Sec. 3; SH SWH. SWH
SEH Sec 5; NH NWH SWH. EH
56.29 ment of the following committees
timber standing or down and all the Oregeu. subject only to confit ma SWH. SEH Sec. 6; NEH NEH Sec
Robert« A Hank»
live timber marked for cutting by the tion of said sale as by law provided. 7; WH NEH. NWH. NEH SWH
clearer call on or writ*.
19 75 chain.
forest officer, located on an area to
The property hereinbefore referred and SEH Sec 8; SWH and WH
Finance Willit», Castel, Hauk»
W. W. MA8TEN.
udges and clerk» special
I be definitely designated by the forest to is particularly described as fol SEH Sec 9; EH NEH Sec 11;
NWH. NH SWH and SWH SWH
Stroet— Summers. Wilkins, Stans- 11-ltf
Klamath Falla. Ore officer before cutting begins of ap lows, to-wit:
■ lection, ««ch
Sec. 12; NWH NWH and SWH
proximately 400 acres on the east
South half ot the southwest quar SWH Sec 13; EH NEH, SWH
The council granted the follow- bie.
Fire and Water Caste). Stansbie,
NOTICE TO CREDITORE
slope of Pelican Butte within the EH ter (SH SWH) section thirty-four SWH. SEH SEH Sec 14; NEH.
of sec. 10 and the Wj of sec 11, T. (34), township forty (40) south, SH SWH. SH SEH Sec. 15; WH
Addition to the house of John 8.
Health Wilkins, Waldron Faught. In the County Court of the State of 35 S„ R 6 E , W. M , in the Crater and the north half of the northwest NEH. WH and SEH Sec. 16; EH
NEH and NEH SEH Sec. 1" EH.
Peck, located on Walnnt street
The socialists presented a communi
Oregon, for Klamath County
National Forest, Oregon; «estimated to quarter (NH NWH), section three NWH and EH SWH Sec 21; all
II s Jone», by W T. 8hlvo, agent cation asking for the Buspension ot In the Matter of the Estate of Wil be 2,702,000 feet B. M. of western (3), township forty-one (41) south, Sec. 23; SWH SWH Sec. 22; NH
Two four-room dwelling» on lota licenses for concessions on the en
liam Bieh l, Deceased
yellow pine. 1,318,000 feet B. M. of range twelve (12) E. W. M.. In NEH and NWH See. 24; NEH EH
NWH. NWH NWH. NWH SEH.
10 and II. block 19. Fallvlew nddl- campment grounds durlug the social
white fir, 126,000 feet B. M. of Doug Klamath County, Oregon
EH SEH Sec. 27; NEH NEH Sec
ist encampment, and the matter was 1< rsigned, ad r.hiTtrator of the eat*'« in» fir. 40,000 feet B. M. of incense
Dated this tenth day of May. 1910 28; NEH NEH Sec 34; NH. NEH
Lester R. Barrows Addition, 50x I taken under advisement by the of William Biehn. deceased, to the cedar, 8.000 feet B. M. of sugar pine,
SWH and SEH Sec 35. T. 41 S..
J. M JOHNSON.
R. 9 E. NEH. SEH NWH. NEH
■ () feet, to garage located on lots 7 ' mayor.
creditor» of. and all persons Interest live saw timber, and 280,000 feet
Administrator of Said Estate
SWH. NWH SEH and SH SEH
and 8, block 3, Hot Springs addition.! The ordinance for the approving of ed In or having claims against the B. M. or dead saw timber, log scale,
Sec. 1; NEH NEH Sec. 2; and NBH
Allen * Patterson Frame build the plat of the Lakeview addition was said estate or against the said de- more or less. No bid of less than
NEH Sec. 12. T. 41 S.. R. 10 E .
ing 20x30 feet, on westerly portion passed.
NOTICE OF RESTORATION OF SH NWH and SH Sec. 4; NWH
ceased, to exhibit them, with thc «2.75 per M feet B. M for both live
An ordinance fixing the use of proper vouchers, within six moi ths and dead timber will be considered, PUBLIC LANDS TO SETTLEMENT Sec 6; NEH and NEH NWH Sec
■ >f lot 4, block 49, Nichols addition
to be used as a blacksmith »hop.
»ewers and regulating tho installation after the first publication of 'his no and a deposit of one thousand dol AND ENTRY. ( 10-2882S "K” A. 9; NWH Sec 10 T. 37 8.. R. 13
E., all. T. 38 S.. R. 13 E.. all Secs
John J. Maehl Brick or cement ot plumbing was Introduced and tice, to the said administrator at the lars I «1,000 00), payable to the order M), Department of the Interior, Gen 1 to 12; 14 to 23 and 27 to 33 in
building, 49x60 feet, on lot 9, block pissed to second reading.
office of E L. Elliott, in First Nation of the First National Bank of Port eral I-and Office. Washington. D. C., clusive. T. 38 S., R. 14 E., all Secs
Also one providing for the extmi- al Bank building. Klamath Falls, Ore land. Oregon, must be sent to that April 16, 1910.—Notice is hereby 1 to 15. 22 to 27 and 34 to 36 in
19; cost >10,000.
T. 39 S., R. 14 E., all Secs
O. C. Jenson and John Freesell— »lon of Front, and Oak streets in the gon, the same being the place for the bank for each bld submitted to the given that the Secretary of the In clusive.
1. 2. 11. 12. 13, 14. 24. 25 and 31
Frame building. 42x60 feet, two- Mill's addition.
•-tnnsaction of the business of said District Forester Timber upon valid terior has vacated departmental or to 36 inclusive. T. 39 S.. R. 15 E .
Councilman Wilkins at the request esttt.e.
story, on lot 6. block 49. Nichol» ad
claims is exempted from sale. The der of withdrawal in so far as the all. T. 37 8.. R. 10 E . all Sec». 14
of the mayor introduced an ordinance
Dated this the Sth Ji.■ o! June. right to reject any and all bids is re same affect» the withdrawal for irri to 17, 19 to 23 and 25 to 36 Inclu
sive. T. 38 8.. R. 10 E., all Secs. 1
8 E. Owens To erect a dwelling providing an increase of tho sataries 1910.
served. For further information and gation purposes under the act of June to 6. 8 to 16, 23 to 25 Inclusive and
• »n lots 11 and 12, block 3«, Hot of the city recorder and city attorney,
regulations governing sales address 17, 1902 (32 Stat., 388), for use in Sec 36. T. 38 S.. R 11 HE, *11 Secs
which was passed to second reading Administrator of the estate of Wil Forest Supervisor, Crater National connection with the Klamath Project, 6. 7. 18 and 28 to 33 inclusive. 8. V.
M F. Thurmond and 8. M. Mishey and referred to the Judiciary com
liam Biehn, decoaged.
Oregon-California, of the following PROUDFIT. Acting Commissioner of
Forest. Medford. Oregon.
BusinesH building, 30 feet front by mittee with instructions to fix tho
E L ELLIOTT.
described lands in the State of Ore PIERCE. First Assistant Secretary of
GEO H CECIL.
to feet deep, to be ot brick or con- amount that shall be allowed
Acting District Forester. gon and by his authority such of said the Interior.
KEEPTHE KIDNEYS WELL