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at large in Klamath County, Oregon, Olene, Ore., did, on the 9th day of
under penalty of five dollars for the May, 1910, file In thia office ./worn
first offense and ten dollars for each statement and application No. 03471.
and every subsequent offense, to be to purchase the EH of NEH section
recovered from the owner of the 10. township 398. Range 10E. Wil
swine by civil action in the name of lamette meridian, and the timber
You tax the kidneys overwork the State of Oregon before a Justice thereon, under the provisions of thu
of the Peace of the Precinct In which art of June 3, 1878, and acts amen
They can't keep up the continual such owner or keeper, or either of I datory, known as the "Timber and
2.00 REVOLUTION ON EVE OF BREAK «train,
them, may reside; and such penalty Stone Law.” at such value as might
be for the benefit of, and when be fixed by appraisement, and that.
Urinary trouble« set in,
the common 1 pursuant to such application, the laud
Don't wait longer—taken Doan's collected paid Into,
school fund of the County in which ¡and timber thereon have been ap
R<-«ld< ntH of thl« vicinity endorse such action is brought within sixty praised at a total of 83 JO.00, the
The following building permits
days after such animal is proved to timber estlmr.'ed at 250.OvO board
were asked for and grunted:
fet at 81 per thousand, and tre laud
Can Klamath Falls people doubt; be at large
* J <’ Day To build a barn and
C. ft. DE LAP.
1X0; that sa' I applicant will offer
lutin e < cumìmm I Rock <w Plank Will house on lots 3 und 4. block 7, Sec HI iiiu II mik - oum AtbsopC Will Ik- Mudi i ibe following evidence?
final proof in support of his applica
Ik- l'io, «si on Rimdway to Make
tion and swum statemout oi. the 13th
Ashland, Ore., »ays: "The public
Charles E. Worden To build ,i
NOTICE FOR Pt KLICAT1ON.
in All States
day of January, 1911, before R. M
garage on block 88, Nichols addition.
Department of the Interior, United
Richardson, Felted States commis
Doan's Kidney Pill» holds good and
Vci nle Houston To erect n three
States Land Office, at Lakeview,
sioner, at Kl-imath Falls O.egon.
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 22.—Presi
Oregon, November 14, 1910.
The <ity council mooting Monday room bungalow on lot X, block 9. ap-
Any person is at liberty to protest
dent Dias Is personally commanding : have never had much faith in propri-
NOTICE Is hereby given that El-
night was an interesting one In many proxlinatc rout 8450.
mis purchase before entry or Ini
Ed Tollyfon To build a six-room tho government force« and summoned
meda Hawxhurst, whose pcmtoffice
«espocts, and a number of matters re
tiate a corte*t at any time before
luting to the welfare of the i lly were bungalow on lot 20, block 5, Wil Vico President Corral from a health to procure a supply of Doan's Kidney address is Klamath
patent Issa s, l-v filing a corroborat
liams' addition, approximate cost resort when he l>•urn»d that the revo Pills and begin their use. My back did, on tbe 27th day of December,
ed affidavit in this office alleging
lutionary leader. Madero, was bead
1909, file In this office Sworn State
The application of C D Willson for 81.300
facts which nould defeat the entry.
W E Rundolph To build frame ing the revolutionary force toward sloop without becoming dizzy. I was ment and Application. No. 02886, to
n saloon license brought up a discus
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
purchase the 8 H NW H , NW H NW H,
ion nt ilie regulation of th. liquor dwelling on lot 3. block 31 I Mills 'Ciudad Porfirio Dias.
There I h said to be an outbreak at frequent passages of the kidney se Sec. 24; NEH NEU. Section
traffic, and It was finally agreed that Second addition
Sain T. Hummers - To frecl M on< 'Orizaba, and It Is reported that the cretions. Doan's Kidney Pills gave Township 378. Range 9E, Willamette
notblnr would be done with the mat
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF
story bungalow on lot 6, block 11, troops are deserting. Nineteen offi me relief after 1 had taken a few Meridian, and the timber thereon, un-1
ter until Junuary 1st.
Financial Accoun. and Hearing of
approximate cost cers and soldiers who Intended join dose« and continued use brought the der the provisions of tbe act of June
It Is the province of the county original
Petition for Discharge of Adminis
ing the rebel« are reported to have
, 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known
■ ourt t<> declare the law to be In force, 81.500
Arllr Worrell To build a house on been shot secretly. The military offi to people similarly afflicted is to give ! as the "Timber and Stone Law.” at
and this Judge Griffith, who was prua-
■ Huch value as might be fixed by ap- In
cials are withholding the result of this excellent medicine a trial."
• nt. Heid hu would not do until Jan lot 3, block 67. Nichols addition
the County Court of the State of
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 prataement. and that, pursuant to
W It Blanchard To build u cabin laxt night's fighting at Durango City.
Oregon, for the County of Klam
Th«- fighting commenced at 6 o’clock cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Huch application, the land and tim-
"I mu not going to throw the town on block 318. Mills addition
ben thereon have been appraised, at a In
W. A Turner—To erect a box last night and shortly afterwards the
Into chaos until the city Is ready to
matter of the Estate of Jeaale
total of 8400.00, the timber esti
act, and I do not believe that will be i house <>ti lot 7, block 216. Mills ad- tolegrwph wires were cut. Durango Stat«-«.
M. Arnett. Deceased.
mated 400,000 board feet at 81 00
bus a populatlou of 30,000. It is b«e
the ease until the first of the year ’*
Notice Is hereby given that Joel P.
and tako no other.
per M. and the land 80.00; that said
To build a rest- Ueved they were fighting all night.
Th. w.-ather conditions are such
Arnett, as administrator of the eatate
applicant will offer final proof in sup
The Diaz forces are preparing to at
that no more paving will tn« done thia dene«, on block 51. First addition
of Jessie M. Arnett, deceased, has
port of his application and sworn
V. D. Finnell To build a bouse on tempt a simultaneous annihilation of
year, and the council asked Mr Ma
Valuable Prize Offered.
rendered and presented for settle
Ktatement on the 26th day of Janu-'
th«- revolutionists in all parts of the
guire, r.-nreaentatlve of the paving lot 6. block 20. Fairview addition
ment, and filed in said court, his
ary, 1911, before R. M Richardson,
republic. Troops and rurales are
‘ompaiiy. what disposition would b>-
neer« has offered a triennial prize of : U. 8. Commissioner, at Klamath final account of the administration of
pouring Into every northorn state.
tnud« of the crushed rock now on
11 said estate, and a petition for the ap
A pot It Ion was received from A. I)
84000, available for the first time Falls, Oregon.
Main street between Third avid Sixth
proval of the same, that be be dis
Miller and J. D. Cochran, asking that ItEBEliH ARE REPULSED
next year, for tbe best original work
Any person is at liberty to protest
Ke stated that the Warren Construc
charged as said administrator and
lights be put In at certain designated
this purchase before entry, or initiate
BY THE DIAZ FORCES
tion company would give the city the
places In the Hot Springs addition
application of electricity in modern ' a contest at any time before patent is said estate closed, and that the 26th
>ock on Main street where It la now
day of November, 1910, at 10 o'clock
Th«« council, howover, had already I RevolutRmiata Preparing to Attack life.
sues, by filing a corroborated affida
prxad provided the city would agree
a m.. at the court room of said court,
ordered the lights In, and the work of
the I .arg i Mexican Cili.-w—
to put the street In the same condition
R»4TORATION TO ENTRY Of vit in this office, alleging facts which at the court house In Klamath Falls,
Installlug them will be completed In a
would defeat the entry.
Traitera in Army
In the spring that it la now Thia the
LAN1M4 IN NATIONAL FORE8T.
1 Klamath County, Oregon, has been
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
city agrv.-d to do. and the crushed
duly appointed by said court for set-
The following iwtitlon was also re
EL PASO. Texas, Nov. 22 —The
rock now betw.-eu Third and Sixth
1 tlement of said account and the hear
lands described below, embracing
ceived b) the council:
Mexican loyalists drew first blood In
streets will be rcapread and utilised
ing of said petition for discharge, and
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
"Honorable City Council, Klamath the revolution which started In Mex 629.97 acres, within the Cascade.
Crater, Deschutes National Fores’s. Department of the Interior, United the closing of said estate, at which
Figures on the three-inch lumber
ico last night, according to dispatches
States Land Office at Lakeview, . time and place any person interested
"We. the undersigned citizens and received here today. In tho first Oregon, will be subject to settlement
neceeary to make th., slxt.-en-foot
i in said estate may appear and file bls
Oregon. November 18. 1910.
taxpayers, respectfully ask you to
opuu show o( hostilities 500 rebels
roadway .ontemplat.-d to be pal down
the homestead laws of the United
NOTICE is hereby given that Ves 'exceptions in writing to the said final
by the city for nse thia winter were
engaged several companies of Mex
States and the act of June 11. 190*J tal W. Wakefield, whose postoffice ad i account, and contest the same and
given at 815.50 |>er thousand deliv a saloon In tho place formerly occu- ican troops at Parral, and after an
(34 Stat., 233), at the United States' dress Is Klamath Falls, Klamath Co., show cause. If any. why said adminis
ered whore needed.
all night fight were repulsed with
land office at Lakeview. Oregon, on Oregon, did, on tbe 14tb day of July, trator should not be discharged and
The cost of the pro[M>Hnd plank
gr««at loss. Twelve dead and many
January 30, 1911. Any settler who 1909, file in this office 8worn State- said estate closed.
■oadway was estimated to be 13.600 one year or a« long as he runs tho wounded wore loft by the rebels on
JOEL P. ARNETT.
was actually and in good faith claim i ment and Application. No. 02323. to
The laying of the plank or some
The government casual-
Administrator of Said Estate.
. ties were slight. A battle followed
other suitable material for a roadway
Township 378. Range 10E. Willam
will be taken up by the council In a R I Hamilton, Ky Taylor. J. K Bal when the rebels seised a quantity of purposes prior to January 1, l»0(.
ette Meridian, and the timber theren,
It is proposed that the
explosive«, and carried them to a hill
under tbe provisions of the act of GUARDIAN’S SALE OF
rd a iik be laid near the bridge for a W Stout. Q. Heltketnper. Jr., C. J. top, whore they were attacked by the preference right to make a home
stead entry for the lands actually oc June 3. 1878. and acts amendatory,
short distance In order to see what Its Heitman, Earl Whitlock. Thomas federal troops
the County Court of the State of
Martin. K Sugarman. O M Doctor.
cupied. Said lands were listed upon
utility will be under traffic
The revolutionists are reported to
Oregon, for the County of Klam
John a. Schallock. Fr«-d L. Houston. be preparing to attack every large the applications of the persons men Law," at such value as might be fixel
Th«- lUx-imiuilhHi (Metroveray
C. I Roberts. H C. Chamberlin. Geo
tioned below, who have a preference I bv appraisement, and that, pursuant
city In Mexico. General Terrazas at
The quoatlon as to the rights of the R. Hurn, Oscar Shire. Arthur C. Chihuahua- has telegraphed to Preei- right subject to the prior right of to such application, the land and tim !c the Matter of the Estate and Guar
reclamation service to destroy the! I«ewl8, c. C. Lewie, C. F. Goodrich. i d««nt Dlax for aid. The government any such settler, provided such settler ber thereon have been appraised, at a-
dianship of Gussie Maude Jory
»is«' of Ti nth and Eleventh streets a ' It I* Gstsmenux. G K Van Riper, ' has seixed the telegraph linoe and or applicant is qualified to make total of 8770.00. the timber estima
and Annie May Jory, Minors.
____ ............. .. _
reason of the main Fred Schallock. II. E. Momyer. J. W. ■ permits only the most meager reports. homestead entry and the preference ted at 1,000.000 board feet at 80-75
Notice is hereby given that the
of the Irrigation system was
was' ‘ Siemens. J Konop, J F Goeller, A If Is reported that Durango has hoist- right is exercised prior to January 30. per M. and the land 820.00; that said above named county court has duly
brought up, and the m««mb«»rs of the
Btankey, Wm. Jennieon. Harry M 1 ed the Insurrection flag. Gomex Pal 1911. on which date the lands will applicant wii) offer final proof In sup licensed the undersigned guardian of
council were of the opinion that aotnv Acklej, ('««ell E Robertson, Will W acio Is under Helge, and It is reported be subject to settlement and entry port of his application and sworn the estate of Gussie Maude Jory and
steps should be taken to have the de- Baldwin. E Qulllltch. F O. McHat- i that hundreds of the Mexican army I by any qualified person. The lands statement on the 26tb day of Janu Annie May Jory, minors, to sell tbe
brls removed and the streets made ton. Geo. G. Tugnot, Roy Hitmaker, are deaortlng to the Insurrectionists aTe as follows: Ix>t 1, Sec. 18. T. 24 ary . 1911, before Commissioner R. M. hereinafter described real estate,
Richardson, at Klamath Falls, Ore property of said minors, at private
posable and also have suitable bridges IL Botvin "
El Paso Is In a most excited state. 8., R. 8 E.. W. M., 37.47 acres, ap
placed a. rose the ditch.
sale, for cash, or a part cash, balance
Secret service officers a-re watching
Any person Is at liberty to protest by note, with mortgage security, and
An Investigation of the records of ginear of the reclamatIon project wan th«« revolutionary committee. Four cent. Oregon; List 6-357. The NEH
th. transaction by which the canal notified by the city recorder that the companies of the Twenty-third Infant of 8WH. the EH or SEH of SWH. this purchase before entry, or initiate notice is hereby given that the said
company, and through It the recia city desired bridges across the irriga ry have been ordered under arms at Sec. 1. the EH of EH of NWH, the a contest at any time before patent guardian will, on and after, tbe 6th
issues, by filing a corroborated affi day of December, A. D. 1910, proceed
mation service, secured the right of tion ca-nnl at Frnnklln street
Fort Bllse. and other troops are being SWH of SEH of NWH, Sec. 12. T.
in this office, alleging facts to sell at the office of Horace M. Man
way through the strets of the city for
held in readin«>ea to break tip any
ning. in the White-Maddox building.
ih.- canal showed that tho canal com .ion of the sewer from Klamath ave gatherings of the revolutionlots on of John A Gray, of Fort Klamath. which would defeat the entry.
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
my agreed to place bridges across nue up Fifth slr.-et to the alley be American soil
Klamath Falls. Klamath County, Ore
It is also reported Oregon; Ltst 6-381. The SEH of
gon. at private sale, to the highest
th. ennui at various streets ns the tween Khimnth avenue and Main that at Cananea the rebels arc enlist NW H . of 8W H . the E H of SW H of
Tills will ac
neceosities of the cltixens might re street was granted
ing the aid of the Yaquls. and that SWH. Sec. 12. T. 338. R. 6 E.. 30 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF bidder, the following described real
thoiiKands of the Indians are prepar acres, application of Collister Gray, of
Financial Account and Hearing of estate; to-wit:
temple and the Willits building. to-
An undivided one-half interest each
ing to take tho field. Reports say
Petition for Discharge of Adminis
gather with the other property on
The 8E H of NE H . the W H of SE H .
the following described land and
Members Wilkins, Castel, Willits,
real estate, to-wit: Commencing at
traitors among tbe troops, and has the NWH of NEH of SEH. tbe
Hanks. Stone, Summers. Stansble and
On motion of ('astel the Warren
disarmed several hundred of the Chi NWH of SWH of NEH of SEH. In the County Court of the State of the southwest corner of lot two (2 I in
Obenrhuln were present when Mnyot
Construction company was granted
Sec. 12. T. 24 8.. R. 8 E„ 132.50
Oregon, for the County of Klam block fifty-two (52) in Nichols’ addi
Sandereon called the meeting to or an extension of time In which to com huahua agrrlson. A renewal of the
tion to the town of Klamath Falls
rioting at Puebla. Zacatecas. Is re
plete the paving.
of Ronland, Oregon; List 6-400. The
In the Matter of the Esetate of James (originally town of Linkvllle), Klam
On motion of Hanks the offer of the
of SE H of SWH. the SH of
ath County. State of Oregon, accord
wholesale smuggling of arms across SEH
M Arnett. Deceased.
The following bills wrr.« presented Warren Construction company to
NEH of SEH of SWH. the EH of
the border is going on. The head
Notice Is hereby given that Joel P ing to the recorded plat thereof,
leave tho rock on Mnln street where it
SWH of SEH ofSW H . the SW H of
quarters of the smugglers Is at Naco.
Arnett, as administrator of the estate thence north thirty-eight (38) de
822 50 is now spread, tho city to replace It
W T Sblve. sewer insp.
SWH of SE a of SWH, the SEH
of James M. Arnett, deceased, has grees and forty-five (45) minutes,
133.85 In the spring, was accepted.
Maddox tuivlng Insp
SE H of SWH of SWH. Sec. 12. the
rendered and presented for settle east one hundred and thirty (130»
Mu«1d<>\ K Harris, rock
The council adjourned until Decem
NH of NWH. See. 13, T 24 S.. R.
ment. and filed In said court, his feet, thence south fifty-one (51) de
287.05 ber 5 th
W W Muston, street work
8 E . 105 acres, application of Thom
final account of the administration of grees and fifteen (15) minutes, east
PRISONERS ARK RELEASED
Maddox a Harris, rock......... 1 I9.2(i
as H. Jolly of Fort Rock. Oregon:
sixty (60) feet; thence south thirty-
said estate, and a petition for the ap
P. L. Fountain, notarial fees . 5.00
List C »00. The W’- of WH of
(38) degrees and forty-five
proval of the same, that he be dis
GOOD ROADS MEETING IN
Town of Acumharo Is Racked and
Long * Co., 11 Are axe« . . . . . 24.00
SWH of 8EH. the EH of SEH of
(45) minute«, west one hundred and
Twenty-Seven Are Reported to
PORTLAND NEXT MONTH
(1 Baldwin, supplies............. . 20 60
SWH. the SWH of SEH of SWH. said estate closed, and that the 26th thirty (130) feet, thence north fifty-
Have Been Killed
Farmers' Imp A Sup Co.........
tbe SH of NWH of SE Hof SWH.
day of November, 1910. at 10 o’clock one (51) degrees and fifteen (15)
PORTLAND. Nov. 22.—There will
A. Jacohnon, labor..................
Sec 30, the NEH of the NWH. Lot 1
a m . at the court room of said court, minutes: west sixty (60) feet to place
H. Boivin, suppllea................
28.30 bo a great good roadd meeting 'n
(or NWH of NWH). Sec. 31. T. 24
at the court house in Klamath Falls. of beginning, EXCEPT six (6) feet
Klamath Lumber Cn, liimb«>r. 235.60 Portland
Proposed hundred revolutionists stormed the 8., R. 9 E.. 125 acres, application of
Klamath County, Oregon, has been off the entire westerly end thereof:
Wiley Yancey, labor..............
1.00 good toads legislation will be taken jail at Acumharo, Guanajuato, In tho Jesse Strotts. of Roalund, Oregon;
duly appointed by said court for set said estate being subject to the dower
John Coleman, labor..............
2.80 up an 1 a decision made as to what state of Mexico, and liberated the List 6-404. The SH of NWH (or
tlement of said account and the hear interest of Mattie J. Beebe, the same
Tho«. E. Stanley, labor.........
22.50 to ask from the Leglala tire at the antl-Dlax prisoners. They sacked the I«ot 2 and SEH of NWH). the WH
ing of said petition for discharge, and being now owned bv Minnie Clift.
30.80 next sosslon. It la thu expectation
A. Logan, labor......................
of WH of SW-, of NEH. 8ec. 31.
MATTIE J. BEEBE.
the closing of said estate, at which
J. J. Cutter, labor..................
31.25 of tho State Good Roads association federal troop«. It Is reported that | T. 24S R. 9 E.. 90 acres, application
Guardian of the Estate and Person
J. Dingmans, labor................
1500 that at loast 5000 Interacted persons twenty-seven were killed and four of Fred La Follette, of Crescent, Ore
of Gussie Maud Jory and Annie
In said estate mav appear and file his
Scores of Mexican
S. B. Low, labor......................
53.75 will be In attendance a< tl fs conven- teen wounded.
gon; List 6-404.
May Jory. Minors.
refugee« are pouring In this city, and
A. M Clark, labor ................
account, and contest the same and
Wm. Buel, labor....................
Special Invitations fq attend will
i Commissioner of the General Land
show cause, tf any, whv said adminis
L. G. Comstock, meals.........
1.50 be sont to all the commercial bodies, reported that a battle is taking place
trator should not be discharged and
M. G. Wilkins, judge.............
Approved October 31, 1910.
said estate closed.
O. A. Stearns, judge.............
8.00 county judges, road commissioners
JESSE E. WI1.8ON,
JOEL P. ARNETT,
2 00 and threshermen and to each mem DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Assistant Secretary of the Interior.
Paul Breitenstein, judge ....
Administrator of Said Estate.
2 00 ber of tho legislature.
F. L. Armstrong, clerk.........
Notice la hereby given, to all whom
F. E. Stahlman, clerk...........
President Smith of the association it may concern, that the co-partner
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
J. M. Fountain, judge...........
3.05 has appointed a committee to draft ship of Latham A Bryant ie dissolved,
C. A. I^enz, judge..................
2 00 bills to be submitted to the conven and that I will not be responsible for To the Voters and Taxpayers and to
(Not Coal Lands)
the Citizens of Klamath County,
J. L. Fielder, judge..............
2.00 tion for consideration and then put any Indebtedness Incurred by Mid co
Oregon, and to all whom this Department of the Interior. United
C. C. Ix>w, clerk....................
3.50 In final form for presentation to the partnership on and after thia data.
State Land Office at Lakeview
2 00 legislature for passage. Members of
Roy G. Walker, clerk .........
Dated Klamath Falla, Ore., Nor.
Oregon, Nov. 5, 1910.
You are hereby notified that In
W. T. Shlve, judge................
2.00 this committee are: W. C. Bristol, 14th, 1310.
Notice la hereby given that John
sixty daya from the date of this notice
2.00 Lionel R. Webster, C. 8. Jackson, F.
C. P. Gregory. Judge..............
It will be unlawful for awine to run Slade, whoee poetoffice address la
B. 8. Grigsby, judge..............
3.00 C. Rigga and John 8. Beal).
T. O. Kinney, clerk ...........
A. A. Mahaffey, clerk...........
Robert Alexander, judg<
J. D. Cochran, judge...........
Archie 1«. Alexander, judge
A II. Cleaveland, clerk . . . . .
Ed lluyden, judge................
W S Wiley, clerk ............. . .
Alex Noslor, Judge .............
II It Yancey, judge........... . .
Burk Wilson, clerk ...........
A G. Waldron, clerk
BACK GIVES OUT
TROOPS FIGHT WITH THE REBELS