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i tight to reject any and all blds Is re
served For further Information and
one 2-yvar-old and two yearling regulations governing sales add resa
Hiirxlrrd» of Klamath Falls RcMdrrs Jersey bulla for sale or trade, fin« Forest Supervisor, Frater National
stock. Goo K. Byars, Stearns Ranch, Forev.t, Medford, Oregon.
Knot» What It Means.
GEO H CECIL.
Th« kldtiejs are overtaxed,
Have too much to do
The> tell about It In many ache.
Backache, sideuche, headache
Earl) symptoms of kidney Illa
HriiiHi) troubles, diabetes. Blight's
The t«iiteni<‘nt below ahows you a
< • rtaiu cure
Mrs. Zula ilerxog, Oregon street,
Yreka. Cal., says: "I suffered for
-oinv IInir from kidney trouble My
buck was very lame and a constant
tiding of lassitude clung to me con-
«lamb. I tried une remedy aud
then another in ni) efforts to get re
I felt mi ser
lief, but to no avail
able nearly nil the time and if was
only with great effort that I per-
formed my housework. I at last
nW Doan's Kidney Pills advertised
for such trouble and pr«>cured a box
I used them as directed aud In 1««#»
itian two weeks I felt like a dlffertvnt
woman. The terrible weakness In
m> back and hips disappeared and
iny kidneys were noon restored to a
normal condition. I am now enjoy
ing good h«-a)th and cannot praise
Doan'» Kidney Pills too highly."
For »ale by all dealer». Price 50
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
v, w York, sol«« agent» for th«« United
Ib'tnenib« r the name-- Doan'e—•
. nd tak«« no other
notice ron pihlmation
Acting I »strict Forester.
MW« VO« PUBLICATION
tracts aw have not U-en heretofore '
finally r«»U>r«*d and are not other I
wise withdrawn, reat-rved, or appro
priated, will be subject to settlement'
under the pu^lR; land laws of the
United State« mi and after July 18,
1919, but »hail not be «Ajeet to en
try. filing Of »electl<*a until Angust
17, 1910, at the United State» land
office al l-akevlew, Oregon, warning
being expretMly given that no person
will be pertnlttwl to gain or exereiae
any riglit whatever under any nettle :
men» or occupation begun after April'
7, 1916. and prior to July 18, 1910.1
all such »ettletiwnt or occupation be
Ing forbidd**n. Willnmettc Piineipal|
Meridlnn- T 38 8.. K 8 E.. WK
SW % and lx«ts 5 and 6, Section 29.
A. F PfUMJDi’IT. Asaistant Commie
»toner of the General l.and Ofllc '
FRANK PIERCE. Flrit Aaatatant 8«-c- j
itKary of the Interior.
(Not Coal Landa)
lta>pattnu«nl of the Inter!«*, United
Stat«» Laud Offbu at Lakeview,
Oregon. May 19, 1910
Notice la hereby given that Arclije
B. Kit ki-tuiall. whoar p«u*offlce ad-
drewH Is Klamuth Falls. Oregon, did.
cn ths 1 7»h day of July, 1*09, fib- In
tht» office uwurn «iat«-meat and appil-
ratlou No.S2326.to purchase the WH
NWK. »ee 33. SEK NEK sec. 32,
townehlp 38 8, rang" 16 E. Willam
ette M««rldlau. un«l the timber then -
eu, under the proviwloa* «f the act o*
June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory,
5OW K o» HALE o» STAT».
known a» the "Timber and Stone
Law." at such va)u<- a» might be fixed
given that the ’
by apprai»Mtneal. and that, pursuant
Land Board will receive sealed i
to «itch application, the land and tim State
bids until 11 o'clock a. m , June 28,1
ber thereon have Nen appraised (Ua- 1910, for the following described I
ap|»ratwd by «-hlef fb-ld division with swatnp loads, all In In T 35 8., R
in nine months' time; land sold at 7H K.
luA 1 of Section 2; lots 1. 2 and 3, |
ratr> man's estimated value), the tim
NEK of 8E K of Section 3; all of,
ber ««etimated 700,0« h ) board feat at lots 1, 3, 4.
f>, 1 and 8. except the
Suit in Equity tor Decree of Divorce Io 3857 per M., and the land «30, NWH of NEK of Section 10; all of
In the Circuit Court of the Stat«- tbut said applicant will offer final lots 1. 3 and 4. except the NEK of
of Section 9; al) <4 lots 1. 2,
ut Oregon, for the County of proof In sup|«ort of bls application SWH
3 and 4. except the NW Hof NWH
of Section 28; all of lots 1, 2, 3 and
Caroline Raiubo, plaintiff, vs. Joel i of July. t*IO, before It M. Rlchard- 4. except the 8W% U NW U of Sec
Hon, U. 8. Conimlasloner, at Klamath tion 29; all of lots 1. 3. 4 and 5, ex
Maxwell Rambo, Defendant.
cept the HE K Of NEK of Section 30.
All bids must be accompanied by a
To Joel Maxwell Rambo, the Abov««- j FaBs, Oregon.
Any person is ut llborty to protest I regularly executed application to pur
this purchase before entry, or Initiate chase and at l«i»»t one-fifth of the
In the name of th«' State of Oregon I a contest at any time before patent Is- amount offered. No bld for less than
you are hereby required to appear Hues, by filing a corroborated affidavit «20 per acre will be considered
■ und answer the complaint filed ■ lu this office, alleging facts which I Tl>e right to reject any and all bids
I Is reserved
' against you In the above entitled suit, I would defeat the entry,
Applications and bids should be ad
on or before the 7th day of July,
dressed to O. G Brown, Clerk State
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
latnd Board. Salem, Oregon, and
J H Lacy moved last Monday to 1910, that being the day of the last
marked "Application and bld to pur
publication of summons, and the last
Talent. Or«-, to make their home
chase swamp lands."
ORDER TO MHOW CAl Ht:
Wm. Btown and wife entertained day within which you are required to
G. G BROWN.
Hev. Bledsoe and family at dlnuer ! answer, as fixed by the order of pub- In the County Court of Klamath
Clerk 8tate Land Board
April 14. 1910.
I Heat Ion of this summons If you fail
County. State ef Oregon.
B B Griffith and bis n«Mce, Miss I to appear and answer the plaintiff
the Matter of the Guardianship of
10-19000 "K" A M
Meredith, are vising trend* In Oak | will apply to the court for the relief
Joseph H. Seeds, an Insane person.
OF RESTORATION OF 11
demanded In said complaint
land this week
Now, on this the 23d day of May, PUBLIC LANDS TO SETTLEMENT I
Inex Jones has been spending a suit Is brought to secure dissolution 1 1910, this court having read and con-1 AND ENTRY.—Department of the i
few day* among old neighbors at of the bonds of matrimony existing sldcred th«- petition heretofore Ql«jd Interior, General l.and Office, Wash- ,
ington, D. C., March 30, 1910.—No- •
between yourself and plaintiff
Round ljtk<- and vicinity.
and uow present«»«! herein by Sarah E.
Thia summons Is published In the Seed», the duly appoint«»d, qualified I tlce is hereby given that the Secre- ,
Mian Florence Foster, one of the
tary of the Interior has vacated de- 1
t.achers at Klamath Falls, Is spend 1 Klamath Falls Republican, a weekly und acting guardian of the person and partmental order of withdrawal In so
ing her vacation with her parents at : newspaper printed and published
' «»state of Joseph S. S«?eds. an Insane far as the same affects the withdrawal [
for Irrigation purposes under the act
I Klamath Falls, Oregon, by order of
1 person, praying tor an order of the
Mr Brown bought the J. H. ljtcy Honorable Judge Noland, lodge of court for the sale of certain real prop- of June 17, 1902 (32 Stat., 388), tor !
use in connection with the Klamath
ranch of I6u ucroa. and sold 67 acres said court, and dated the 25th day of ' <>rt.v of said ««state, and it appearing Project. Oregon-Calif., of the follow-1
to Wm IHmelwright. Sim Foster May, 1910 The first publication to
to the court therefrom that said real Ing described lands In the State of!
Oregon and by his authority such of'
bought 160 of It M. C Brown. All be mad«« on the 26th day of Mi ■y. ¡property should be sold:
said tracts as have not been hereto
1910, and tlx- last publication thereof
ih«'se transfers In one week
It Is Hereby Ordered: That the: fore finally restored and are not oth- ,
Rev. Bledsoe preached a very able on the 7th day of July, 1910.
j next of kin of said ward, to-wit: erwlse withdrawn, reserved, or appro- j
HORACE M MANNING.
-ermon at the school house at tl
j Joseph H. Seeds. Charles W. Seeds. printed, will be subject to settlement '
Attorney for Plaintiff.
under the public land laws of the i
«• clock Hunday morning In the af
I Jay E Se«-ds, Mary E Seeds aud Lucy United States on and after July 2.
tertioon he t>erformed the marriage
| May Tygart, and all persons Inter 1910, but shall not be subject to en
ceremony of Miss I net Wray and Mr NOTH’»: OF FILING
ested in th«* said estate, appear before ' try, filing, or selection until August '
J Blatter at the home of th«« bride
FINAL ACCOINT ¡this court on the 30th day of June. 1, 1910, at the United States land!
at Long latke. After the ceremony
office at Lakeview, Oregon, warning
1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the being expressly given that no person
i ««freshments were aerv«»d Only the In the County Court of the State of
forenoon of said day, at the court- will be permitted to gain or exercise
Oregon, for Klamath County.
relations of the bride were present.
roo mof this court, at Klamath Falls, any right whatever under any settle
Thia neighborhood has underwent
J. C. Ferguson, administrator of In the County of Klamath. State of ment or occupation begun after
a number of changes in the past the estate of Lewis P Nelson, some
22, 1910, and prior to July 2.
Oregon, then and there to show cause. March
1910, all such settlement or occupa
month The first to sell was R M C. I times called Louis P. Nelson, some
If any there be. why an order should tion being forbidden:
Browne, who sold 2 40 acres of his times called Lawrence P. Nelson,
not be granted by this court for the Principal Meridian—T 37 8.. R 7
home ranch to Wm Hvimdwrlgbt of sometimes called L. P. Nelson, de
E . all Secs. 6. 7. 8. 10 and 23 and
Springfield, Ore., who arrived last ceased, having tih-d bls final account sale of such real property, described , 26 to 35 inclusive. T. 39 8., R. 8 E ,
in said petition, to-wit: Lot one of (
week with a tine herd of Jersey cows of his administration of said estate, block forty-eight of Klamath Falls, I NH —
IS; NH NEH and WH Sec 14;
«nd a thoroughbred Jersey bull, some notice Is hereby given that the court
Oregon (Nichol's Addition).
NH NEK. NWH and WK SWH
good Rhode Island Rod chickens, and has appointed Thursday, the 30th day
And It is further ordered: That Sec. 22, NWH. SEH. NWH Sec.
xpects to conduce! a dairy and poul of June, 1910, at the court house in
... EK SWH.
service of this order be made by pub 28; I NH Sec. 29; NH.
the city of Klamath Falls, Oregon, at lication thereof for the period of WK SEK and NEK SEK Sec. 30
and SEK Sec 36. T. 40 S. R. 8
Last Saturday evening the neigh- the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon
throe weeks beginning with the 26th E . EH NWK and NEK Sec 1; WH
bora und friends of Mr and Mrs. R of said day as the time and place for
SWH Sec 7; WH SWH Sec 27;
M C. Brown met at the home of Wm. hearing and settling said final ac day of May, 1910, in the Klamath Re NH NEK. 8WK NEK. EH NWK
Brown and passed a pleasant evening count aud the hearing of all objec
and SEK Sec. 33. T. 39 8 , R. 9 E,
with Mr and Mrs Brown and en tions thereto or to auy particular item rral circulation, published at Klam all Sec. 1; EH. NWK. EH SWk,
Sec 2; all Sec
joy«^ phonograph music. At mid thereof. It was further ordered by ath Falls. Oregon
Dated this 23d day of May. 1910. SEK Sec. 8; NH SWH and SWH
night refrt'shmenla were served. All the court tha* this notice be published
SEK Sec. 9; EH NEH and NW H
J. B ORIFFITH
«Icparted with pleasure In welcom in the Klamath Republican, the first
NEK Sec. II; NH. NEH SWH and
ing Mr and Mrs. Hlmdwrlght and I ublicatlou thereof to be made on thei
SEW Sec. 12; EH NEK Sec. 13:
NW L NEK. N K NW K . SW K
adness to say good bye to Mr and .'6th day of May. 1910, and the hK|
NWH Sec 17; all 8c. 18; WH NEK
NOTICE TO < KEIMTORS
Mrs. Rice Brown, who loft Tuesday publication thereof on the 23d day
WH and WK SEK Sec. 19; SWH
morning to make their home In Ore of June. 1910.
NE H • SE K NW H. E K SW K . W K
In the County Court of the State of SEK
and SEH SEH Sec 28; NH.
J C. FEROU8ON.
Oregon, for Klamath County.
NH SW’4 NH SEH Sec. 30; SWH
Administrator. In the Matter of the Estate of Wil SWH Sec. 31; NEK. EH NW’i
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Horace I.. Jones, special agent of
and EH SEK Sec. 33; SEK NWH.
liam Bieb .i. I »"ceased.
NWH and SWH Sec. 34. T
'he general land office, and regarded May 26th, 1910
> i.tice is hereby given bv th i un WH
35 S. R 7K E, lots 1. 2. 3. 4 and
er one of the ''snakes" to be scotched
i !< reigned, nd r.inlcirator of the esta'e the SWH SWH Sec
16. T. 40 S
HALE OF TIMBER
by Secretary Ballinger, has resigned i
of William Blehn, deceased, to the R 9 E..WK SWH. Sec. 1; SEK
at Portland Jones will take up law
creditors of, and all person« Interest- NEL. SWH 8EK EK SEK Sec. 2;
Portland Ore., April 21, 1910
«*d In or having claims against the SW L NEH 8ec 3 ; 8 H SW H . SW K
Healed bids marked outside "Bid, said estate or against the said de SEK -Sec. 5; NH NWH 8WK. Eh
Hudson Hay la the third largest aea Timber Sale Application, April 6.
8WK. SEH Sec. 6; NEK NEK Sec
in the world, being exceeded in area I 19tO. Crater," and addressed to the ceased. to exhibit them, with the 7; WH NEK. NWH. NEH SW K
proper vouchers, within six root ths and SEK Sec 8; SWH and W‘j
only by the Mediterranean and the
District Forester, Forest
Service, after the first publication of this no 8EH Sec. 9; EH NEK Sec 11;
Portland, Oregon, will be received up tice, to the said administrator at the NWH. NK SWH and SWH SWH
Sec 12; NWH NWH and swv,
to and Including the 2d day of July, office of E. L. Elliott, tn First Nation SWH
Sec. 13; EK NEK. 8W V,
1910* for all the merchantable dead al Bank building, Klamath Falls, Ore 8W'i. SEK SEK Sec 14; NEK.
To FORT KLAMATH PEOPLE:
timber standing or down and all the gon, the same being the place for the Sh SWH. 8H SEK Sec 15; WK
NEH. WK and SEK Sec 16; EH
We carry a complete line of doors, live timber marked for cutting by the transaction of the busiuosx of said NEL
and NEK SEK Sec 1' EH,
windows and mouldings, and as
NWH and EH SW K Sec 21; all
agents for the Big Basin Lumber be definitely designated by the forest
Dated this the Sth day ol June. 8ec. 23; 8WK 8W K Sec 22. N
NEH «and NWH 8ec 24; NEH EH
Company are in a position to All officer before cutting begins of ap 1910
NWH. NWH NWH. NWH SEK.
iour orders promptly. Call and see
SEK Sec. 27; NEH NEH Sec.
slope of Pellcau Butte within the E K Administratin' of the estate of Wil- EH
sample» and get prices.
28; NEK NEK Sec. 34; NH. NEK
SWH and SEH S«'«', 35. T. 41 S..
UTTER A BROWN.
Ham Richn. deceased.
36 8.. R 6 E., W. M . in the Crater •
R 9 E. NEK. SEK NWH. NEK
Fort Klamath, Ore.
E. L. ELLIOTT,
SWH. NWK SEK and SH SEK
National Forest. Oregon; estimated to
Sec 1; NEK NEK Sec. 2; and NEK
TIM II EK FOR HALF.
be 2,702,000 feet B. M. of western
NEK Sec 12. T. 41 8.. R. 10 E..
yellow pine. 1,313,000 feet B. M. of
NOTICE OF RESTORATION OF SH NWK and SH Sec 4; NWK
5,000,000 feet for «4,000; about white fir, 126,000 feet B. M. of Doug PUBLIC LANDS TO SETTLEMENT Sec 6; NEK and NEH NWK Sec.
one-third each of larch, yellow pine las fir. 40,000 feet B. M. of Incense AND ENTRY—( 10-28838 "K" A 9; NWK Sec 10. T. 37 8.. R. 13
E . all. T. 38 8.. R. 13 E., all Seca.
and red fir; lots 3 and 4, N%, NEH. cedar, 8.000 feet B M. of sugar pine, M), Department of the Interior, Gen 1 to 12; 14 to 23 and 27 to 33 In-
SEH of NWK. and SWH. NEH. live saw timber, and 2 80,000 feet eral l4tnd Office, Washington. D. C., elusive. T. 38 S.. R. 14 E . all Secs.
Sec 6. Tp. 39 south of Range 6 east B M. or dead saw timber, log scale, April 16, 1910.—Notice la hereby 1 to 15. 22 to 27 and 34 to 36 In-
of W. M. in Oregon. Apply L. W. more or less No bld of less than given that the Secretary of the In elusive. T. 39 8., R. 14 E . all Secs.
1. 2. 11. 12. 13, 14, 24. 25 and 31
Guiles, 4012 N. 24th street, Tacoma, 12.75 per M feet B. M. for both live terior haa vacated departmental or to
36 inclusive, T. 39 8 . R. 15 E ,
and dead timber will be considered, der of withdrawal in so far as the all. T 37 8.. R. 10 E .. all Secs. 14
and a deposit of one thousand dol same affects the withdrswal for irri to 17, 19 to 23 and 25 to 36 inclu
lars ( «1,000.00), payable to the order gation purposes under the act of June sive. T. 38 8.. R. 10 E.. all Secs. 1
to 6, 8 to 16, 23 to 25 inclusive and
of the First National Bank of Port 17, 1902 (32 8tat„ 388), for use In Sec 36. T. 38 8.. R 11 KE. all Secs
Parties wishing sagebrush
land, Oregon, must be sent to that connection with the Klamath Project. 6, 7. 18 and 28 to 33 inclusive. 8. V.
clear«, call on or write.
PROUDFIT. Acting Commissioner of
I bank for each bld submitted to the Oregon-California, of the following the Gen. Land Office.
W W. MASTIN,
District Forester. Timber upon valid described lands In the State of Ore
claims Is exempted from sale The gon and by his authority such of said the Interior
ls purtment of the Interior
V 8 Laud Otho- nt l-akevlew. Or« ,
May IS, 1910
NOTICE 1» hereby given that Otis
Grwr, of Klamath Falls, Oregon,
who, ou t August 10, 1904, mad«'
boincstua«! entry No. 3262. aerial
No 01199. for EWK Section 34,
Township 37 H . Range 9 E . Wiliam ■
•tte meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to mak«' Final Five-Year
Proof to establish claim to the land
above doscrlbed, before C. R Itel^p.
County Clerk, nt Klamath Falla, Ore
gon, on the 9th day of July, 1910
Claimant names as witnesses
T. F. Nicholas of Klamath ralla.
John llagelstelu of Klamath Falla,
William Oatls of Klamath Falla,
Wolleslu) B. Simpson of Klaiuath
ARTHUR W ORTON.
6 2-7 7
“The Hand-Writing on the Wall"
of Oregon and California
Socialists will be held at
Klamath Falls, Oregon
June 27 to July 5
MRS. DOROTHY JOHNS
Lecturers, Orators and Authors of
National Fame will be here during
the encampment, among them being
J. STITT WILLSON
TheJEminent Pastor and Orator
EDWARD ADAMS CANTRELL
With a Message of Truth
Statesman, Editor, Orator
“Sovereign Peons; A Voice from Mexico”
All believers in Capitalism, and the trusts
are invited to attend these meetings, for
“As long as the lamp holds out to burn
The vilest sinner may return.”
- From an old hymn
.■MMI 10x18 Tentts for thoee who come ovcrlen«! and wiah to camp
ont on the grounds, have been »«-cured. In addition to three tents for
sl«'<‘plng quarters for the visitors, a large tent. 1.10x300 feet, which
will .«teat from 4,000 to 0,000 people, haa been secured and will be
put up for the purpose of holding the general meeting» of the En
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