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W. O. SMITH, Editor
Man, Kbeiiuilh FalU IU' m A ctm II»»**
Heard It itiul l*rotlte«l
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
Tills summons In published In the lowing today. 'I liey will make y ou
14, and such portions of lot 2 In
See. 14 nnd lot 8 In Sec. IS, ns He Kliiumtli Republican a weekly news moiH'y.
and uro situate North of Hie chaiinol paper published at Klamath Falls, $ I (»25( ) M '1 »n’HICKT I Nt ( ime
I’ltoPERTV. Corner lot
that connects the Klamath River and Oregon, denlgnntvd ns the paper
the lower Klamath Lake, and all be most llkelv to give notice to sold <|e- 130 foot front on Main; 7(>-rooin
Ing in Up <• >. B. t ■ W M . In fendanta, by order of the Honorable house; 1« «« «I for *t,HOti pa*r year;
Klamath County, Oregon;
being, Henry L. Benson, lodge of said oil well lotciled. Till» price I» only HI2ft
subsequent to the execution and re cult court, dated March 13, 19! I, |a*r fronl fiH>t, InclinNsg tin* building.
cording of said mortgage, transferred directing that such aummons be so Better ImIgni«*. Terms.
to you by the said defendants, Abel published once s week foi six sui $7000 GOOD CORNER ON MAIN
»trect, 70-fool front Tills
.censlve weeks the first publication to
Ady ami Leona C. Ady, hla wife.
This summons Is published In "The be macle (Slid being so imide) Oil I» a gocal buy, ami will make you a
. gessi profit In the next llirre monili».
Klamath Republican," a weekly news I'liiirsdiix, Man h I <;t li. Il'll
(’ BROWER Attorney foi lice 1 Senni* terwoi.
paper, printed nnd published In the
$(¡00 GOOD CORNER MiT <>■
city of Klamath Falla. Oregon, by plaintiff
Eighth street, only four
order of Honorable H I,. Benson, i-16-4-17 r.
libs ks from Malli; Jn»l the* piar«* for
judge of said court, and dated Fob
NOITI'E OF AITLII'ATION FOR a nice bungalow.
ruary 15. 1911, the first publication
$|50 ,,<n' Nl’ItINGH IXIT; firn*
to be made the 16th day of February,
In the County Court of the Stats of
view of Ml. Hha»tu; lol
Oregon In and for Klamath Atlxtltl; price Im luckw gracb-d slrecM.
STONE & BARRETT,
cement walk, sewer anti water. Tills
Attorneys for Plaintiff
In the matter of the Estate of I» |<*«» than oilier lots are «riling In
Ihl« Mock. Only *250 rnsti, Imlancr
Nettie Hammond. Deceased
NOTICE Hill PI lil.lCATION
Notice Is hereby given that J. It monthly |«tym<tii«.
Hammond, administrator of the en $1200 FtllttlEW
(Not Coal l.and)
i.resini |u*n«r anti 2 lots.
state of Nettle Hammond, deceased,
Department of the Interior, United has presented and filed it. this Court Alsiut half casti bandirti this.
Staten Land office at Lakeview, a final account of the ii'celpt nnd $*’7.“l0
Oregon. February 20. 1911,
Iti NG4MIU. A rtHim«
disbursements of said estate, and tils
Notice Is hereby given that John petition nnd application for discharge, anil I>atb; electric light; everyth!^
Joseph Cunningham, whose poatofficc .and the Court han set the 1st day of mtalern. tmly gAoti meh, Istlance
address Is box 127, Klamath Falls, April. 1911, at 10 a m. of said day. In iiioiitlily |«tyiiH*nfs.
Oregon, did oif the 18th day of April, the courtroom of lite county court $1000 , O> R-ROOM Hot HE with
1910, file in tills office sworn state house In the city of Klamuth Falls.
half acre ground, near
ment and application No 03339, to Klamath county, state of Oregon as Hlath street. Part eaah.
purchase the K1» SE ty , NW *4 SEty, the time nnd place* when und where $150
SW *4 NEL .ectlon 5, township 37 said final account nnd petition wilt
house; conwr lot. Half
S range 10 E. Willamette Meridian, be* by the* Court heard, nnd the* time
and the timber thereon, under the nnd pine«* when mid where any person $1300 GOOD ROOMING HOI Mg
provisions of the act of June 3, 1878. or persona interested In said estate
lesateli OH Meliti street;
and acts amendatory, known aa the *mny appear and file objections there nicely furnished; doing a gessi busi-
“Timber and Stone Law." at such to. If any they haw
urM>| will clear ulsiut *150 per
vault* ns might lie fixed by appraise
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon, month during tin* saninur months
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap- on this 23 day of February, 1911
' Gt MID lll'HINESA
on have been . xtlmated and valued by
located on Main, 'till» 1«
WM ft. WORDEN.
the applicant, the timber estimated Judge of the County Court. Stale of a money maker, and will |wy you tn
M 400.000 board feet at (1 per M..
Oregon. In nnd for Klamath county. Invmtigate. g.'l.fMMl mali will liandln
and the land nothing: that said appli
C R DE LAP. Clerk It.
cant will offer final proof In support 2-23-H-23 r.
IF VOI DtiN'T FIND WHAT YOt
of his application and aworn state
WANT In thin list we know where
ment on the 4th day of May. 1911. be
BUY CITY PROPERTY to get It CIIILCOTE
fore United States Commissioner R
VALI KN IRE %I»VAN< ING. Itrt-
M Richardson, nt Klamath Falls,
Next to I lie American Hotel
Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest at any time before the pat
BERT E. WITHROW, Secretary
ent Issues, by filing a corroborated
affidavit in this office, alleging facta
don j. Z umwalt .
Vics President an 1
which would defeat the entry.
ARTHUR W ORTON.
.Maps, Plana, Blue Prints, Etc.
"Good news travels fast,*' and the
' thousands of bad back sufferers In
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Klamath Falls are glad to learn that
All communications submitted for publication in the columns of this I prompt relief is within their reach.
paper will be inserted only over the name of the writer No non de plume Many a lame, weak and achiug back
is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kid
articles will be published.
ney Pills. Thousands u|x>n thousands
FOR SALE I have several dealrab’o of people are telling the good news of
residence lots for sale dos«» in to their experience with the Old Quaker
Main street.. Will build houses on Remedy. Here Is an example worth
MIDLAND AND VICINITI
same to suit purchaser, Terms. In- reading:
Mrs M. D. Wilson. 767 E Main at..
quire Horatio Orem, corner 10th and
Ore., says: "Pains In my
sides bothered me for a long time,
The mud is beginning to dry. to the ■
and no matter what I did, I could not
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
great delight of ail.
get relief. Sometimes the trouble
(Not Coal l-and)
A. Davidson and A. Ltske.v trans Department of the Interior. United was so severe that I could hardly
acted business at Olene this week.
States Land Office at Lakeview, bend, and any sudden movement or
Mrs. Sam Woodard spent Thursday .
attempt to stoop, aggravated my suf
Oregon, January 25. 1911,
with her parents.
Notice is hereby given that August fering When being bothered In this
Mr. Barks returned Thursday from Piel, whose postoffice address is way a friend tojd me to try Doan's
Fresno, where he went to attend the Klamath Falls. Oregon, did. on the ] Kidney Pills, and I did so. Although
funeral of his brother.
7th day of April. 1910. file in this I had previously taken other medi
sworn statement and applies cines without being helped, thia one
Walter Quimby was in Midland on
lion. No. 03285, to purchase the N H | brought me relief, and as I continued
its us,- I steadily Improved until I was
Ray Curry was a passenger for SW«4. Sty NW>4 sectiou -5. town
I have otfen recommended
Klamath Falls Friday night.
meridian, and the timber thereon Doan's Kidney Pills to other persons
Poley Stills and wife returned from under the provisions of the act of, afflicted with kidney complaint."
aa extended trip to Eastern points.
(Statement given Sept. 16. 1907.)
June 3, 1878. and acts amendatory. I
K. H. Hopkins camo in on the known as the “Timber and Stone
train Sunday morning, and is visiting Law." at such value as might be fixed
Mrs. Wilson was Interviewed on
at J. W. Depu.v's.
by appraisement, and that, pursuant J October 23. 1909, and the said: “Had
Ed. Gilroy and A. l.iskey drove to to such application, the land and it not been for Doan's Kidney Pills I
timber thereon have been estimated would now be in bad shape. I have
Klamath Falls Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Depuy came out and valued by the applicant, the tim . told many other kidney sufferers
from the metropolis Thursday even ber estimated 800,000 board feet at I about my experience with this rem
ing They found the roads very bad, 50 cents per M, and the land noth edy. and I alwa-yetake pleasure in
making it necessary for them to ship ing; that said applicant will offer doing so."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
their supplies on the train. W’hile final proof in support of his applica
tn town they consulted Dr. Hamilton tion and sworn statement on the Sth Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New
in regard to Alfred, their 8-year-old day of April, 1911, before United York. sole agents for the Vnited
son. and rhe doctor said he was suf States Commissioner R. M Richard States
Remember the name Doan's and
fering from an adenoid growth, also son. at Klamath Falls, Oregon
Any person is at liberty to protest take no other,
from enlarged tonsile, and that an
operation would be necessary. He this purchase before entry, or Ini- ‘
H Hoyt, a well known Merrlll-
ordered the child kept ont of school tiate a contest at any time before
patent issues, by filing a corroborated
¡g from that city on business
Miss Edna Depuy returned from affidavit in this office, alleging facts today,
Klamath Falls Sunday, where she has which would defeat the entry.
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
been taking care of her aunt. Mrs.
i FOR SALE 640 acres fine, level
land, adjoining Pauline Marsh, six
Waiter Turner and Everett Kirken
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
miles north of town of Silver l-ake
dall were Midland visitors Sunday.
In the County Court of the State of Very cheap for cash. Apply to J. O.
Mrs. Riley Myers was in Midland
Oregon for Klamath County, Es Hall. 522 Chamber of Commerce
Friday to visit her son, Jacob, who is
tate of John M. Clifford. De building. Portland. Oregon
attending school there. Sh e and
Jacob spent the evening with Mrs.
Hav ingbeen duly appointed admin
In the Circuit Court of the State of
istrator of the above entitled estate, CHOOSE YOUR COMPANY
Oregon, for Klamath County.
Allison Davidson and August Lis-. all persons having claims against
CHIIX'OTE A RICE represent two
Benjamin Southwell, plaintiff, vs.
key took some horses to Swan Lake
the said John M. Clifford, deceased, of the very best: The Aetna I usur Maxey Jackson and Battle E. Jack-
are hereby notified to present the mice Co. of Hartford and tlic pi mi- son. defendent».
Jesse Patterson spent Saturday and
same properly verified to me at my sylvania Fire of Philadelphia, Rstes
In the name of the State of Oregon:
Sunday in Dorris, visiting his cousins.
office in the Court House at Klamath chi'crfully furnished on application. . You and each of you are hereby re
W. L. Tingley had business in Mid
Falls. Oregon, within six months
quired to appear and answer the com
Next to tlie American Hotel
from the date of the first publication
plaint filed against you In the above
Mr. Hopkins went to Klamath Falls
of this notice.
Saturday to unload a cow he had i
entitled suit, on or before Thursday.
R. M. RICHARDSON. .
shipped from California.
April 27th, 1911, that being last dav
Administrator of the Estate of John SI MMONS: Suit in Equity to for-
of the publication of summons herein,
Mr. Peach came to Midland Tues-
M. Clifford, Deceased.
and the last day of the' time within
day evening. and took the train tor|
Date of first publication of this In the Circuit Court of the State of
which defender.ts or either of them
Klamath Fails the same night.
Notice, February 23rd, 1911.
is allowed to answer herein, ns fixed
Mrs. Pearl Woodard visited her
D. V. KUYKENDALL,
William Melloni, Plaintiff, vs. Abel by the order of the court for publica
Atty for Administrator.
Ady and Leona C. Ady. his wife, tion of summons herein: and if you
Little Elza Depuy has been on ““12-23-3-23 r.
A. Howie. Charlton E. fall so to appear and answer, the
sick list this week.
Howie and Amy L. Howie, his plaintiff will apply to the court for the
Gifford Barfoot has been confined
LAMD BLYERS AIiENIION
wife, and James Edwin Howie, relief prayed for In the complaint
to his bed for several days.
J. D. Morgan went to Mr. Falrclo's
JT WILL l’Al 1OI to look over
aforesaid filed herein, to-wit:
» . - Lik «
E. Howie and Amy I.,
the land?, we have for sale before buy- To
First. For judgement against de-
Howie, his wife, defendants fendenta for the sum of one hundred
The lane near Mr. Morgan's is In ,nK- "e •“»*<* cheaper on«». but it
dollars togithet with Interest there
very bad condition. It is impossible
buy the best.
to get through with an empty wagon $6}OO—EIGHTY DOLLARS PER
I the name of the stat«- of Oregon, on at the rate of ten per cent per
The same condition prevails from Mr.
ACRE for HO acres, i all You, and each of you, are hereby re- annum from the 2 4th day of Auguat
Tingley's to Burr Terry's farm.
under irrigation and cultivation. Tlie quired to appear and answer the com- 1909. and th<* costs and disbursements
Mr. Hector is having a nev.- barn beat of soil, fine alfalfa land; 7 acres plaint filed against you in the above of this suit.
entitled suit on or before the 1st day
Second., For the sum of one hun-
erected ou his farm. Mr. Barfoot is now in alfalfa. Terms.
$.3200~P<iRTY DOLLARS PER Of April, 1911, that being the day of ! dred dollars attorney's fees herein.
doing the carpenter work.
ACRE for HA acres, 2 the last publication of the summons,
Third. For a decree of said court
NOTICE OF SALE OF SWAMP
miles from station; 52 acres underiand the last day within which you : for the foreclosure of that certaiu
are required to answer, as fixed by mortgage described in the complaint
the ditch; improved. Easy terms.
$8000 - one hundred dol the order of publication of this sum ! herein executed by the defendents
Notice is hereby given that the
lars PER ACRE for HO mons.
on the 7th day of October 1909, In
If you fail to appear and answer favor of the plaintiff, upon lot 9 of
State Land Board will receive sealed acres, all under the ditch; 70 acre«
bids until 10 o'clock a. m , May 29. in alfalfa; good how, barn, chicken the plaintiff will apply to the court block 2 In Fairview addition to Kla
1911, for the following described houses, sheds, windmill and grain ' for the relief demanded In said rem- math Falls, Oregon, which mortgage
swamp lands, to-wit:
grinder; located on main county road; | plaint.
was recored on November 30th, 1909,
8W% of NW >4 and NW% of near school and church; lialf mile
Said suit Is brought to foreclose a at page 363 In volume 9 records of
SW>4 sec 6. T. 39 8.. R. 8 E
from proposed station; this ran be mortgage on the following described mortgages of the county of Klamath,
Lots 7 and 8 In Sec. 4; E>4 of sold in lO-acre tracts at a large profit i real property, to-wlt:
state of Oregon, and for sale of said
NE *4 and lots 4 and 5 in Sec. 9; later on. gd.iMMi cash handles this.
I-ot 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, II, 12 ,13, 14, 15, real property, and that the proceeds
8W*4 of 8W% of Sec. 11 ; NW% of Alfalfa crop alone will sell for *2,500 16; the southeast quarter of the I of said sale be applied to the payment
NW% of Sec. 14; N»4 of N>4 and this year. It’s a Itargain at the price. ; northeast quarter and the north half of the debt secured by said mortgage,
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Sec. 15, all in $ 12300~HEVKNTT •Fl'E
of the southeast quarter, Section fif- to wit: The turn of one hundred dol- I
T. 41 S., R. 8 E.
LARS PER ACRE for 104 teen; also south west quarter. Sec 1 lavs together with Interest thereon
SE% of SW% in 8ec. 2; W% of acres; all under irrigation except 3 tion fourteen; also lots 8 and 9, and from the 2 4th day of August, 1909,
SE % and W*4 of Sec. 3: all of Sec. Hires; 12 acres in alfalfa; good im the southeast quarter of the north and for costs and disbursements here
4; NE% of NE %, St4 of NH, SE% provements; 5-room house, large west quarter and the north half of in. and for the further sum of one
and NE*4 of SW>4 of Sec. 5; NW% Itarn, OO-ton capacity, good binder; 2 the northwest quarter, Section 22. hundred dollars as attorney's fees
of SW14 and NV4 of Sec. 6; NEJ4, gang plows, interest in fanning mill, all in Township 40 South, Range 8 tag In “First" and Second” herein.
Sv, of NWV, and SV4 of Sec. 8; all wagon, 5 head of hone*, harnews, 1 East, Willamette Meridian, In Klam J above set forth;) and that said de-
of Sec. 9; all of Sec. 10; the
and cow. This is the beat of soil, and ath County, Oregon, and containing . fendents and all persons claiming J
lots 1, 2. 3 and 4 in Sec. 14; the N*4 well located. Terms one-third cash.
in all 708.66 acres, more or less.
under them or either of thorn sub-1
and lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Sec. 16; $2500“FIVE ACRE TRACT, one-
to the execution of said mor-'
the N^4 and lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 In Sec.
fourth mile from propos Abel Ady and Leona C. Ady, his wife. tgage* upon said premlseg, either st
17; the N14 and lots 1, 2, 3 a-od 4 in ed station; good O-room house, lam, Ion the 1st day of March, 1907, in purchasers, ine-iimbrancers, or other
Sec. 18; all in T. 41 S., R. 9 E.
chicken houses; near church and | favor of one L. Ottolini, to secure the wise, may* be barred and foreclosed
All bids must be accompanied by a shool; 3 acres alfalfa; would make | payment of a note for (6,566.00, pay- of all rights, claims, or equity of re
regularly executed application to a fine chicken ranch. Terms.
| able to the order of the said Ottolini, demption on the aald premises, and '
purchase, and at least one-fifth of the $2O4O~RKVEXTEE?i
IN»LLARH|due as follows: (790.50 due on or every part thereof, and that paid J
PER ACRE for 120 before April 1, 1907, and (5775.50 plaintiff have judgement and execu
No bid of leas than (20 per acre 1 acres;, house, bam; 40 acres fenced; ‘due on before the 1st. day of Jan- tion agalnat gald d«*f<*ndants and each
will be considered.
thls is good land and the larger |mrt | uray, 1908, on which there remains of them for a-ny deficiency which may
The right is reserved to reject any of it will come under the ditch. Half | due and unpaid the sum of (5,775.50, remain after applying all the pro
and all bids.
;cash. This will make a good invest- | together with interest thereon at the ceeds of the sale of said premlges
Applications and bids should be ment or a nice home.
'rate of 7 per cent per annum from properly applicable to the KHtlsfac-
addressed to G. O. Brown, clerk State I $500 FIVE ACRE TRAIT, only date until paid; and reasonable at- ¡tlon of said judgement.
Land Board, Salem. Oregon, and
a little way out from the . torneya* fee for attorneys’ services
Fourth. That the plaintiff or any,
marked "Application and bid to pur city.
herein; said note and mortgage be- party to the suit may become pur-'
chase swamp lands.”
WE WILL BE CLEANED
i Ing afterwards assigned to this plaln- j chaser at said sale and be let into j
G. G. BROWN,
DRIVE VOl OUT.
| tiff, of which he is still the owner and possession as by law provided; and
Clerk State Land Board.
CHIIX'OTE & RICE,
holder. The following of said proper that plaintiff have such other or fur
Next to fix- American Hotel
Dated March 17, 1911.
ther relief in the premises as Io the
The MH 8w14, the 8e% flwtf Sec. court may seent meet and equitable.
Klamath County Abstract Co., Inc
Surveying and Irrigation Engineering
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
In Our New Location
Wr invite the public to our new store In thr Bristol Building,
Main street, mar Hlxlh, to Inspect the
Harn*'»«. Haddlrs anti Leather ties sb, that we lutte ju«< un|«o k*tl.
Wr an* doing husliie-»» In our large, «|Mie ioli» resini, anil rau prove lei
you liuti wr have Ihr largest stock of llarn«*»« Goods earrled by any
«tore In Houtlicrn Oregon.
Remember, we buy for CAMII anil In large qiiantltic«. Our cus
tomers are going to get thr I m - iii -III of rxvry rent we- sate* in bnying.
Wr want you to look over our «tes k. If wr c annot sell you beOrr
gessi» for I i *« m money than you can get elsewhere we do not want
you to liny. We will Is* pleased to tiare you call to ln»|iret our n<*w
BRADLEY HARNESS CO.
“THE HIGN OF THE BIG HORNE"
F your Sewing
not working as
it should tell
and he will gl I-
ly make matt* s
He also sells new ones;
Easy payment r