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the fortunatn ro lplonts of the prlxra .
| mouth. Thea«- properties will pay In-
caster and Mattle C. Waterbury,
I terra! on your money, besl«l«*n a large
Hull, Toggery, J. H. Driscoll.
increaae in value.
To J. E. Ixincaater and Mattle C.
Rug, Golden Rule, Mias Bernadim*
Falls, Like Every City anti OAK AVE. IXJT NEAR DEPOT that
NET I’lK WEEDS OVER KIGHT
KLAMATH < OU NT Y OFFERS FINE
in tin* I nion, Receives It
la a n-ul bargain; owner n<t-«la money
In tbe name of the Stato of Ore-
Box stationery, Miss Bornadine
and will lake <03S; only 81 WO rash; gon:
' You and each of you are
People with kidney Ills want* to be latiaiue Sift month; no interest or hereby required to appear and
Overcoat. K, K. K. atore, Henry cured. When one suffers the torture« taxes. Just one block from I’aMu-n- answer the complaint Hied agalnat
List of II khm - WI io Generously Aid.
Islstuut to State Hiiia-rliilcndi'iil A
of an aching back, relief Is eagerly ger depot,
1 you in i the above entitled suit.
<sl in flic First Fuir Ever Given
Elk Pillow, Alex Martin
sought for. Tli«*t j^ire many remedies
NEW FOUR-ROOM HOUSE; good on or before Thursday the 17th
Ai ki-nuuii I hi lids System In
by Tliut Church
Buggy robe, Oregon Harness com- today that rellevfi but do not cure. lot, 8150; only <250 raah; balaace | day of November, A. D. 1910, that
pnny. E J. Heldtman.
H«re Is evidence to prove that Doan's 810 per month. Better harry; thia being the date of the last publication
FIshlnK rod. Gun store, Mr, Mot- Kidney Pill« cure, and the cure is won't last long.
of the summons In this suit and the
Th« «ntliualuNilc co-operation of whenbacber.
NEW MODERN FIVE-ROOM III N- last date within which you. the said
SALEM, Nov. 1«
E F. Carleton,
Dressing set, Virgil & Bon, R. r.
Mrs. C. II Hoxie, Fir street, M«:d- GAIXIWH under conatruction, r»-«uly defendants, are required to answer
uHslstiint to Htuto Superintendent of th>> Individual« interested In making
ford, Or«., says: "I publicly recom- f«»r ortapancy In a few days; only said complaint, as fixed by the order
Public Instruction J. II Ackerman, th» C«|hi>ll< fair on«* of the most
Oak rocker. W. 1. Clarke.
mended Doan's Kidney Pills in 1907, 8AOO raah; halawee 8A0 y**r month.
of the court for publication of thia
bus returned from Ktumuth county, pIcuHunt enlurtalmnents «ver given In
R«*«d rocker, A. W. Robertson.
A FEW LEFT of those large lots, summons, and If you fall to appear
after they had benefited me, and now
where he took occasion to Investigate this city ws« responsible for the sue-1
Terminal City lot, J. J. Cunning I am pleased to speak In their favor 5Oxl7M, on Johnson avenue, SHOO, Jn- I and answer, -as aforesaid, the plain
><chool <ondltlons, and ho was more
cess ot that unjoyable affair.
again. 1 I hm I kidney trouble for sev «ludbiK <<-m«-nt walk and graded tiff will apply to the court for the
than ph-iiHod with what he found Re
The uni«« proceeds were 81*09 50.
Ludy's watch Miss Maude Leman. eral years, and the backach«* grew atreeta; only 8IO cash; tmlance 810 relief prayed for in such complaint,
ferring to the schools of Klamath
Macabee pillow, P. E. Hannon.
worse as time pasxed. If I attempted per month; no taxes or Interest.
to-wlt: Quieting plaintiff’s title to
Falls and Klamath county, Mr. Carle while th« cauh cxp<*ii««w were 892.58,
making total net proccedx of 8816.98.
8«-tt»*«-, Gillette, ——————
WE LIKE TO ANSWER QUES the following described real estate,
to wtoop or move quickly, sharp
Suit. Boston store, John Weeneck twlng«*s darted through my loins and TIONS AND SHOW flUtl’ERTY.
"Thu schools of Klamath county Tho hard work of those who under
KlttYono, Stilt Dry Goods company. hips, and sometime« I was lame for
S«-«- Geo. H. Rice, with Chllcote,
The northeast quarter (14) and
are among the most progressive lu the took the preparation of the hall und
days. The kidney ««.’cretions passe«! dike adjoining th«- American Hotel. the southeast quarter (14) of Sec-
date. To this condition Is duo no tho dining room and the valions Mlns Bailey.
Embroidery n t, Mlaa I x) ulne L mv . far loo fr«.-quentiy, and I also noticed I’hone HOI.
tloq six (6) in Township Thirty
mall purt of th« credit for the re booths am! other forms of entertain
Vase, Star Drug atore, Mr». Bo- eediment In them when they were
eight (38) south of Range nine (9),
markable growth of Klumath Falls.
allowed to stand.
My health ran GUARDIAN'S SALE OF
»ast of the Willamette meridjan In
Only a short time ago a small vlllngo, comploteneea of th«’ first fair ever gardns.
REAL ESTATE' ■ Kiamath County, State of Oregon,
down, and I was fading miserable at
now (I Is a city of about 3.000 inhiilt
i those who participate«! In tho fair arc ny, A M. Worden.
th«- time I comeneed taking Doan's io the County Court of the State of ' containing 320 acme
CHck, Winters Jewtdry store. Miss Kidney Pilla. They helped me from
Oregon, for the County of Klanr-
This summons is published In the
"A substantial eluss of business I very tired ns th« result of their lu-
"Klamath Republican," a weekly
men and farmers Is being attracted
Berry set, Mike Ixivenlck.
lad proven use lees, and aa I contin- In the Matter of the Estate and Guar newspaper, printed and published at
to Klamath county, and as usual th" themselves amply repaid by the many
dianship of Gussfe Maude Jory the City cf Klamath Falls, In said
taklng them I steadily grew bet-
first question Is. 'Ilnve you good
Dressed doll. Mrs. 8. Taylor, Chris ter. untll not one aymptom of my old
and Annie May Jory, Minors.
Klamath County, wherein said de
schools?' The question Is unsw«re«l ' beauty of tbe lialla arid th« exception
Notice Is hereby given that the scribed land is situated, by order of
as one alights at the station, hi the ally high quality of the many prix«-« tina Murdock.
list. Moore A Heidrlck, Ml:» Don
renter of th« city Is the large county given
For sale by all d«?alers. Price 50 above named county court has duly Hon. George Noland, Judge of the
Thoxe who generously <lonat«<! to organ
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, licensed the undersigned guardian of above named court, such order being
high school, a beautiful brick build
ing; to the right la an eight-room Hit* evenings' entertainment were;
N. Y., sole agents for the United the estate of Gussie Maude Jory and dated the 30th day of September,
Annie May Jory, minors, to sell the A. D. 1910. The first publication of
Golden Rule «tore, 830 AxmlnHtei
HEAL ESTATE TKiNHFEÎlS
building of brown sandstone, and to
the left Is another uight room gram rug
Remember the name—Doan’s—and hereinafter described real estate, this summon« is made on tbe 6th
property of said minors, at private' day of October, A. D. 1910.
mar school, built of brick
O. M Hei tor, 825 man's stilt.
The following recent transfers in t'*k<* no other.
sale, for cash, or a part cash, balance
schools are under the supervision of
K K K store, 825 8teln-BI<x k re.iltv are furnl«hed by the ab«tract
Superintendent It II. Dunbar. He Is overcoat,
Al tu of Mason A Slough:
SW% sec. 4-24-9; E14 of 8W14 sec. by note, with mortgage security, and Attorney for Plaintiff. Klamath Falls,
aaslated by a very efficient corps of
Il H. Harris to Edward Buckwaiter,, 3. E14 of NW14 sec. 10-23-10; E % of notice is hereby given that the said
Elk«' pillow, W. C. Dav«*nport.
guardian will, on and after, the 6th
Th« Toggery. 835 suit or overcoat. Iota I, 2 and 3, lilock 35, East Klam- > W% sec. 20-25-8.
SALE OF TIMBER
"W. E Faught Is principal of the
West End’grocery, beans mid salad ath Falls. 810.
H. E. Childers to Emma R. Grigs day of December, A. D. 1910, proceed
Portland. Ore., Oct. 12. 1910.
county high school, and his teachers oil.
Lakeside coinpany to J. Fiauk Ad by, 814 ot NW'4, N14 of SW'i, lots to sell at the office of Horace M. Man
Sealed blds marked outside, "Bid,
ning, in tbe White-Maddox building,
are all specialists, «-neb one a uni
K D Co., 825 cask
ams. N 14
NW 14 and lots 3, 4. 5, 6. 3 and 4. sec. 2-38-1114; 810.
Timber Sale Application. September
verslty graduate The chemical lab-
Illg Basin Lumber company, 81 ■. II and 8W>4 of 8W14 sec. 11-41-11;
H. E. Childers to Emma II. GrlgB- Klamath Falls. Klamath County, Ore 5, 1910, Crater,” and addressed to the
oratory and the physical laboratory
Willis Furnitur«* company, 810 810,813.80.
by. 814 of SW 14 sec. 2-38-1114; also gon. al private sale, to tbe highest District Forester, Forest Service.
nr« well nrrangf’d and. liberally sup rocker.
il«lr« of Esther Van Horn to John part of NW 14 sec. 11-38-1114; 810. bidder, the following described real Portland. Oregon, will be received up
nil«*«! with all ne«*cs«ary apparatus
Winters Jewelry store, 812 clock II. I-acy. 8W14 of NW 14 sec. 7-39-8;
Mont E. Hutchison to J. F. Goeller, estate; to-wlt:
to and including the 21st day of No
An undivided one-half interest each
"Il is quite a pleasure to know that
Gun store. 8*> fishing rod.
also 41 acres iti 8E14 sec. 7-39-8; 81. lot 4. block 5, except east 6 feet,
vember. 1910, for all the merchanta
in the following described land and
th«- schools of the county are keeping
Virgil A Son, 822.50 dr«*nslng table
United Stat<*s to Wallace B. Seller«, Klamath Falls; 8100.
ble dead timber standing or down and
pace with those In Klamath Falls The and chair.
lot 4, 814 of NW 14 and NW 14 of
J. W. Siemens, cashier, to George real estate, to-wit: Commencing at all the live timber marked for cutting
county superintendent, J, O. Swan,
Star Drug company, 2 vasra, 810 SW14 s « h 3-25-8.
Woodbury, quit claim deed to lot 15, the southwest corner of lot two (2 ) in I by the forest officer located on an
block fifty-two (52)in Nichols' addi area tc be definitely designated by
was for th«* fiv«« years previous to bls value
Heirs ot J. W. Hamaker to E.
sec. 8, lot 10, sec. 17-39-9; 81.
to the town of Klamath Falls
■ •liTtlon the principal of the county
Gillette's Furniture house, 815 Argraves, lots 5 and 6. block
G H. Woodbury to J. M Hans-
| i.e forest officer before cutting be
high achool. Il«* has been working settee.
Klamath Falls; 810.
15, sec. 8-39-9; 84.000.
Vkds.. (originally town of Linkville), Klam gins, including about 10,010 acres on
for better salaries for the touchers
John H. La«-y and Emma J. Iaicy to brough, lot 15. tec. 8, lot 10, s«*c. 17- ath County. State Af Oregon, accord the watersheds of Varney and Four
W H. Dollx’er, 816 rocker.
ing to the recorded plat thereof,
and good school buildings for the
Or«*gou Hartles« company. 85 robe. W. A. Brown. E14 of SW14 sec. 7, 39-9; 810.
Mlle creeks in the N*4 of NW 14 and
children As a result they have high
I ■ 1 X1ti011.1l Hank. 86
part of lot 3, s«*c. 7. part of SW >4 of
J. M. Ha-nsbrough to Howard S. thence north thirty-eight (38) de- SW % of NW 14 of sec. 3, N14. N14 of
■ lass teachers throughout the county
G Heltkcmpcr Jr.. 825 lndv's gold 8E«4 sec. 7-39-8; 81.800,
Dudley, lot 10, sec. 17, part lot 15,
SW14. WH of SE’4 and part of
east one hundred and thirty (1301
John H. laicy to William H. Himel- I sec. 8-39-9; 84,000.
NE14 of SE’4 of sec. 4, sec. 5, sec. 6.
R. M. Richardson, 10 gallons sweet wrlght, 8W14 of NW 14 and lot 2.
SENATORIAL AND AHHKMULY
Malin Townsite company to Frank feet, thence south fifty-one (51) de N14. SW14 and W14 of SE’4 of sec.
sec. 7-39-8; 81.200.
DIHTIlltTH TO BE CHANGED cider.
Novak, lots 17 and 18, block 31, grees and fifteen (15) minutes, east 7. W14 of ME 14, part of SE’4 of
sixty (60) feet; thence south thirty*
C. W. Eb<*rllne, 5 gallons sweet
Marie L. Gifford to Minnie E. Cor Malin; 8125.
NE’4. NW 14, part of NE14 of SW%,
bel). lota 13. 14. 15. 16. 17 and 18,
i'aJIforMÍA I «eglsi.it un- to Hr-Appor- cider.
Malin Townsite company to Frank eight (38) degrees and forty-five and part of NW 14 of SE14 of sec. 8,
T. G .McHatton. 810 thermos bottle block 23, Second addition to Klam Novak, lots 4. 5. 6, 7 and 8, block (45) minutes, west one hundred and parts of E14 of NE’4 and NW14 of
flou the State— Southern Part
thirty (130) feet, thence north fifty-
Link River Electric company, 810 ath Falls; 8500
Will Have lln* Advantage
53, Malin; 8285.
NE14, NEi4 of NW >4 and 8W% of
W. T Shfve to Maggie White, lot
M. Edna Stephens to Mary E. H. one (51) degrees and fifteen (15) NW «4 and part of 814 *of sec. 9. part
3, block 4, First addition to Fort McCormick, lot 9. block 43, First ad minutes; west sixty (60) feet to place of NW >4, SW>4. and part of W14 of
Klamath County bank. 8*>.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 16. A re-
of beginning, EXCEPT six (6) feet
dition to Klamath Falls; 810.
SE »1 of sec. 10. part of NE 14, N14 of
apportlonmont of the a««enibly and
G. A. Warrack to John Jensen, lots off the entire westerly end thereof: NW 14 , part of SW *4 of NW % . part
minatoria! districts la to bo the pro
Geo Hum Hardware company, 50c. Augusta Markwardt, lots 526 and 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 and 16. block 40, said estate being subject to the dower of W14 of SW% of sec. 15, NE’4.
gram of tho next leglalaturo
Joe Pierce, Terminal City lot, 850 527, block 127, Mills addition to Iota 6. 7. 8. 9. 10, 11 and 12. block interest of Mattle J. Beebe, the same E»4 of NW 14. part of W14 of NW14.
«xinHtltution próvido» that tho legis
being now owned bv Minnie Clift.
Portland store, 82.
Klamath Fails; 810.
I 41. East Klamath Falls; 810.
SW14. and NW 14 of SE’4 of sec. 16.
lature «hall re-apportlon th«- stat«*
MATTIE J. BEEBE.
part of S14 and part of NW *4 of
following tho announcement of th«
Flint Trust aud Saving« bank, 810. herd, lot 2. block 5, Riverside addi (Shepherd, lota 4 and 5. and part Of I Guardian of the Estate and Person NW 14 of sec. 17, part of sec. 18. secs.
federal census, which will be used as
of Gussie Maud Jory and Annie
Moore A Heldrick. hat. 810 value. tion to Klamath Falla; 810.
lot 3. Riverside tracts, situate in(
19. 20 and 21. part of W14 of sec. 22.
4 basis for tho ro apportionment. Th«
May Jory, Minors.
Geo. Hayden, berry set. 88 value.
Ciauson to W. H. Mason, lot .township 39S, range 11E; 8300.
part of W>4 of aoc. 27. secs. 28. 29.
ratio of the growth of Southern Cal
Ward A Obpnchaln, 15 cash,
7. block 7. Ewauna Heights addition
J. G. Pierce to P. C. Jensen, quit
part of sec. 30. part of N14 of sec. 31,
ifornia la so much greater than th«*
Klamath Falls; 8600.
claim deed to lot 5. block 4 4. First
part of NW % of NW >4 . part of NE *4.
northern part of the state that it
W. II. Mason to Grace Mason, lot 7. addition to Klamath Falls; 81.
and part of NE14 of SE*4 of sec. 32.
la expected the Increata- ot represen value.
7, Ewauna Heights addition to
E. D. McDonald to G. E. Luttrell, In the Circuit Court of the State of N*4 and parts of SW >4 and SE14 of
tatives from the south will be al tli«>
Oregon, for Klamath County.
Klamath Falls; 810.
lots 6 and 7, block 7. Opportunity ad
see. 33, part of WH of NE14. NWt
expense of the northern portion of
Weed, Plaintiff, vs. H. T. Cof part of SW *4, and part of W4 of
the stat« Tho constitution naya there
Shlve Bros . 82.50.
pany to Mary T. Catlin, lots 9 and 10.
Mary E. Cook to Wc.verhauser Land
SE’4 of sec. 34, T. 36S. R. 6E. W. M .
rre to be only forty senatorial and
K. G. Cummings, 8L
bl«xk 37. Crescent, Ore.; 8500.
1 company, SW>4 of SW% sec. 8; SE % To H. T. Coffin, Defendant:
within the Crater National Forest,
eighty assembly districts. Therefore
L. II. Roberts. 81.
A. II. Campb"ll to A. L. and R. C. | of SE14 sec. 30; lot 4, sec. 31-34-15;
In the name of the 8tate of Ore Oregon, estimated to be 83.690.200
th«* legislators necessarily will be
Farmers* Implement and Supply Spink lot 7. block 48, First addition SE"U of NW%, SE’4 of SW% sec. 1- gon:
You are hereby required to feet b. m. of Western yellow pine. 33.-
compelía«! to Incrcam* the averages of 1
and answer the complaint 4 49.100 feet b. m. of Douglas fir. 17,-
population In each district through
Savlilg«* Bros. Lumber Co.. 810.
I 8, Ewauna Helgth« addition to Klam- I SENATOR K. V. ( ARTER
filed against you in the above entitled 687,700 feet b. m. of white fir, 4,462.-
out th«- state. The districts showing
>1ti Falls; 810.
Frank Myers. 82.
RETIRES FROM BANK suit, on or before Thursday, the 17th 300 feet L. m. of sugar pine, 901.700
the leaser incretinii will suffer over
day of November, A. D. 1910, that feet b. m. of Incense cedar, 659.000
those showing tho greater Increase lu i
Roberts A Whitman, groccrioe, 85. hum. lot 6, block 13. Terminal City; With His Wife Will Make Extended being the date of the last publication feet b. m. of noble fir. 178.000 feet
E. W. Muller. 82.50.
i of the summons In this suit and the b. m. of Western white pine, 170.000
Tour Including Parts of This
Hamaker A Co., two doxen celery,
United States to Helen Zumwalt,
1 last date within which you. the said feet b. m. of Engleman spruce, and
CORONER'S JURY RENDERS
box of apples.
defendant, are required to answer i 75,000 feet b. m. of lodgepole pine,
j SE’4 sec. 5-41-12.
VERDICT IN MUNK CASE
Van Riper Bros., tea, wafers and
Central Oregon Improvement com
ASHLAND. Nov. 15.—E. V Carter, said complaint, as fixed by the order live saw timber, and 5,121,000 feet,
pany to Oregon Trunk Railway, part for twenty-five years cash'er In the of the court for publication of this b. m. of merchantable dead saw tlm
Decid«* Munk Osine to His Drath by
Stilts Dry Goods company, silk of WH of W»4 sec. 16-27-8; part United States. National bank of Ash : summons, and if you fall to appear ber, log scale, more or less. No bld
Colliding With M«*<’oy—latter
of WH of W14 sec. 16-28-8: 81.
and answer, as aforesaid, the plain of less than 83,15 per thousand feet
I land until a few weeks ago, when he
Lady Mavabees, hand-painted sofa
Klamath Korporalion to E. H. resigned the position and active man tiff will apply to the court for the b. m. for Western yellow pine, sugar
i Burnham, lot 9. block 310, Darrow agement of the Institution, left this relief prayed for in such complaint, pine and Western white pine, live
WHEELING, W Va., Nov. 15-
Mrs. Scott Taylor, droesed doll.
Quieting plaintiff's title to saw timber, and 81.50 per thousand
I addition to Klamath Falls; 8125.
¡city accompanied by his wife for an to-wlt:
The coroner’s jury In the Munk foot-
Dr. Taylor, 8?.
John R. Sellers to L. M. 8treeter, 1 extended trip, expecting to be absent the following described real estate, feet b. m. for Itvj saw timber of all
halt case has rendered a verdict.
E M. Chllcote. 88.50.
lots 10 and 19. sec. 10-33-714; also for several months.
other species and for all dead saw
which state«: "We find tho evidence
I The west half ( 14) of the north
J. Scott Taylor, printing, 87.50.
lots 8, 9 and 18. sec. 10-33-714, and
timber will be consider.d. and a de
confusing, but believe Rudolph Munk
Mrs. Sing, waist pattern and doll, part of lot 11. sec. 10-33-714; 85,000. nia. thence to Houston. Jexas, where i west quarter (14), the southeast posit of >6,000. payable to the order
died November 12th by colliding with 85 value.
Wesley J. Cole to John W. Cole, they will spend the holidays with rel quarter (14 ) of the northwest quar of the First National bank of Port
W. Green, 82.
lots 33 and 34. block 7, Doten; 8200. atives and friends, and later to New ter ( *4 ). and the northeast quarter land. Oregon, must be sent to that
It I h believed that the verdict ex
Klamath Falls Light and Water
Klamath Development company to York, from which port they will sail (14 ) of tht southwest quarter (14 ) bank for each bid submitted to the
onerates McCoy, and will probably company, 810.
W. A. Ekberg. lot 23. block 37. Hot tn January for a trip through the of Section six (6). in Township thir District Forester. Timber upon val
end the case.
Central Market, 10-pound roast.
Springs addition to Klamath Falls; Mediterranean and to points in Egypt, ty-eight (38) south of Range nine id claims is exempted from sale. The
John Britt, 85.
the Holy Land and Southern Europe. (9), east of the Willamette meridian right to reject any and all blds is re
PRESIDENT TAFT INHPMT8
Rudolph A Manchester, fruit, all
in Klamath County, State of Oregon, served. For further information and
Michael Motachcnbacher to Sam W.
THE DAM AT GATUN needed.
containing 160 acres.
Chcyney et at, W14 sec. 33-40-9;
Reverend Visitor From Imkcview
regulations governing sales address
Baldwin Hardware company, china 85.000.
This summons is published in the Forest Supervisor. Crater National
Rev. Father O’Malley, pastor of the
15.—President ware, value 815.
Jesse C. Jarvis to H. H. and W. H. Catholic church at Imkeview, Is In the' "Klamath Republican,” a weekly Forest. Medford. Oregon.
Taft this afternoon inspected the
D. R. Campbell, 85.
Hoyt. NE 14 of NW 14 sec. 29. SH of city, and will be the guest of Father newspaper, printed and published at
F. E. AMES
Gatun dam, and tonight will attend n
Ramsby'a Express. 50c.
the City of Klamath Falls, in said
8W14 and NW 14 of SW«4 and NW 14 Cunningham for a day or two.
Acting District Forester.
reception given by the T. M. C. A.
Mrs. Wm. Gltt, Chippendale berry of NE’4 *ec. 20-40-13; 81.800.
Klamath County, wherein said de-
Red Cross workers.
Alex Martin Jr. to J. W. Bryant, -- .
scribed land Is situated, by order of
Mr. McClure, whip.
SE’4 of SE’4 sec. 34-38-9; NE’4 of Main »treet property Hon. George Noland, Judge of the
A quarter of an Inch of rgln fell
Flour mill, 81.
NE14 aec. 3; WH of NWU see. 3- WILL DOUBLE IN VALUE within above named court, such order being
the next twelve months, and offers dated the 30th day of September, I
Mr. Nel. 82.50.
39-9, except 5 acres.
Mrs. Hoxey, 81.
P. C. Lavey A Co. to Francois Bou- givHter returns an an Investment A. D. 1910. The first publication of
Mrs. Mohar, 81.
gerol, lot 13, block 47, town of Wor proixmition than any other clans of this summons is made on the 6th
property in the city.
day of October, A. D. 1910.
John Shook. 60c.
GOOD INCOME PROPERTY —
by wall fnt tbaea aba osano* *ttan<! la
When the rain falls, as well as when
John Uerllng. 82.50.
Fred Mang to Howard F. Shepherd,
■aal All laatrarlion, laclad in g Saal
Mrs. Nelson, two turkeys, salad and lot 8. block 36, First addition to Have (IB feet on Main, with 8-atory Attorney for Plaintiff, Klamath Falls,
the sun shines, you will find some one
ixawiaatioaa. la FKKB.
■tadaata «reparlag tar collaga ar saleare
building on name, which la rent«*«! for
at Chllcote's office ready to show you cooking.
Klamath Falls; 810.
any kind of city or country property.
Bon Ton Bakery, box oranges,
Wm. O. Mayfield to George M. May 81.020 per yrar, good location that
Chllcote finds the man who really
Monarch grocery, coffee and olives. field, SH of NBH, NW «4 of 8E14, we can sell for 84I.AOO. Only half rash.
ANOTHER ONE ON MAIN—A fine
wa-nta to sell and gets a price below 81 each.
and EH of SW14 sec. 34-23-8; 8E14
the market. Then he hustles to find
Erickson A Petterson, 85 cash.
of SE’4 sec. 33: 8WU of 8W% sec. corn«*, (Wl fret front, for 8*2 per In the Circuit Court of ths State of
Recipient« at Prises
Oregon, for Klamath Couaty.
the buyer. Better see him at <12
34-23-9; NH of NE’4 sec. 4; N14 of front foot. Thin also han a house
Main street, or phone <<1.
The following are those who were NW 14. 8W14 of NW4, NW 14 of that will rent for 820 to 82B per Abner Weed, Plaintiff, va. J. B. Lan-,
For the Ambitious
Wet- or Dry