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tloa oa this aatter.
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conspicuous on th atroata. hut Uoro
waa ao caataalgatac aaMa from Uo
atoru pat forth to aaattt thooo who
had (allod to racktar to awear la
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lag aaythlag wklch Might ho coa-
truod la vlotaUoayo( tha corrupt
practice act, but ttatr (rloada vara
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aMotr decided vheUer or aot Ue aa-
looaa vemid bo opeaad after Uo doe-
MCotUopoIU. The Uv reUUas to
Ula la aa fallow, aad Uoro la aoae
doabt aa to Ua laaaUtr of opealag
"It ahaU ha unUwfm! la Ula etato
(or oar poraea to barter, eetl. fire
away or la aar maaaar dlapoaa of to'
toxleatiBf llqaer oa the dar of aa)
central or apeetal oteeUoa of eUte.
cooBtr or aaaMpat oBeera vHhla
the UU, dletrlet, eoaatr or corpora
tloa la whlek aaob otoeUoa to held."
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The hoaorabto rttr eoadctl vaa all
mlaatce lata la reaehlac the eoaacll
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had to eater.
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of Oo-rartoinhla .
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al autna due 'the co-partaerahtp aad
ay all claim.
1. B. JOHN0OM,
1I-I-9 frTBTB ITOKBL.
lu the County Court of the State of
Oregoa, for Klamath Coaaty.
In the Matter of, the Batata of Fred
Notice la hereby alvea tkat Ua ua
Icralsnctl haa beta duty appelated ad
tnlutttrator of the cctate of Fred
llleha. deceased, by the Coaaty Court
6f Klamath County, Oregoa, aad that
all peranaa havlag clalma agalaat aald
eitate nre required to preaeafc the
tamo to me at tha lav oBce of Keeeee
t arocabech. la Klamath Falls, Ore
goo. within six months from tho date
of thla-Bottce, properly verldcd as re
quired by lav.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
this Cth day or October, 191J.
KODKnT A. KMMITT.
Admlalstrator of the Estate of Fred
v Blehn, Deceased. 10-10-11-7 r
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r George Larlcah Katate
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as administrator of the es
tate of George ijkFlesh, deceaied. has
riled his Anal account la tha County
Court of the State of Oregoa, jter
Klamath Couaty, and that Baladay,
the ltd day of November, 111, a:
the hour of 10 o'clock a. a. of aM
day, and the County Judge's oSce, lu
the county court house In Klamath
Palls, Klamath Couaty, Otegoa. bai
been appointed aad fixed by said court
aa the time aad place for hearing of
objection!. It any there he, and tho
Dated and Orst published this Jttli
day of October, 1913.
r.. a. iiu.xt.n.
10-24-11-11 r . Administrator.
Notice of Bale ef Beat Ketate By
Note these specials:
S feet oa Mala street, aaar (1
heart the eKy at StMv per food.
feet let em Blamatk arsv, tTTI.
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turaa. Tke faU ballaala atrrlaa of
the telegraph cosJpaay wttl b arail
aWe, aad Ua hotel asaigeaeat kas
aaaa arraagemsau for Ue eaterUJa
aeat of Uo public during the raeetot
ef aews (roa all parte vt Ua Ualted
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In the Circuit Court of the 8tate of
Oregon, for the County of Klamath.
E. R. Reames, Plaintiff,
Wm. A. Earl. Defendant.
Ton will pleas take notice, That
lender aad by virtue of an execution
Usued out of the Circuit Court of
Klamath couaty, state of Oregon. In
lb actloa of fcVR.- Reames vs. Wi
B. Earle, duly attested by C. R. De
Iip, couaty clerk of Klamath eoaaty,
state of Oregon,' ex-oBclo clerk of
the above entitled court., oa the ltd
day of October, 1113, I havo levied
upon the real estate' hereinafter de
rirlbed, and that la pursuance of said
execution I am commanded to sell
said real estate to satisfy a Judgmeat
obtained against the aald Wm. A.
Earle, la the above entitled court aad
action on the tltswday of October,
A. D. 1112, and recorded in Circuit
Court Journal, page 495. That the
real estate to be sold under aald exe
cution Is described aa follows, to wit:
Lot eight (I), of block thirteen
(13). of Falrvlew Addllloa. Number
One (1), to Klamath Fall, Oregon,
according to the oSclal plat thereof.
Including nil the tenements, heredita
ment and appurtenances thereunto
You will take notice that oaTburs-
day, the llth day of November, 1918
at I o'clock, In the afternoon of aald
day, at the front door of the county
court house, la the city of Klamath
Falls, state of Oregon, I will, In obe
dience to the aald execution, sell the
above described property, or so much
thereof aa may bo necessary to satisfy
the llntlff'a Judgment, with Interest
thereon, and costs, to the highest and
best bidder tor cash, In gold coin of
tho United States.
V. U. DAUNKS. Sheriff.
QKO. W. IIAYDON, Deputy.
IK FIRST (MY
KAMY WAY TO I'KKflKRVK.NATVR.
AL OOMHt OF THJC hUJB AND
MARK IT GROW
A harmless rsmedy, 'aad (roa
commoa sage, quickly eetores gray
hair to aatural color. The car of the
hair, to prevent It fro losing It col
or and lustre, I Justaa Important aa
to car for tb teeth to keep them
(roa discoloring. Why spend money
(or cosmetic and creams to Improve
the complexion, and yet neglect your
hair, when gray hair Is even more
conspicuous aad suggestive of age
tbaa wrinkles or poor complexion I
Of the two, It Is 'easier to preserve
the natural color aad beauty of the
hair than It 1 to have a good com
All that is necessary is the occa
sional use of Wyttb's Sage and Sul
phur, combined 'with other valuable
remedies for dry, harsh, faded bulr,
dandruff, itching scalp and falling
hair. After a few1 applications of this
simple, harmless remody, your hair
will gradually be.reatored to lUnatur-
al color, la a short time tbajdaadruff
will be removed and your hair will
no longer come but, but will atari to
grew a aature Intended It should.
egleot your hair, for It goes
uiuina e 10 mane or
ok. You aaa hay
Uto rsmedy ' drug store (or
ftfty Mts a bow, and your drug
gtot will give your aioaey back if you
are aot satisfied alter using. Pur,
chase a bottle today. You will never
ragrat It vhea yon realise Ua dlf ar
ea R will aak la year appearaas.
Sealed blda marked outside "llld
(or timber oa Klamath Indian llwer
ration," aad addressed to the super
intendent of the Klamath Inular
School, Klamath Agency, Oregon, will
be received until 13 o'clock noon, Pa
cific coast time, November 30, 1913,
(or the purchase and removal of all
merchantable dead timber, standing
or fallen, aad all the live Umber that
may be marked for cuttlag by the
oBcer la charge on a designated arci
of about 1,380 acres, located aa fol fel fol
eows: That part of the 8KH of Sec
tion 35 lylng'east of Williamson Hir
er, except that part which I Included
la an allotment; 84 of Section 31, T.
33 8., R. 7 E.; BW'St of Section 31,
T. 33 8 R. K K.; NEU and that part
of NWU of Section 3 lying east of th
river: NH of Section I, T. 34 8., It.
7 K.: NYVU of Section C, T. 34 3.,
II. 8 E.. Willamette Meridian, call
mated to be approximately 10,000,000
feet board measure log scale of yel
taw pine and a small amountof sugar
pine. Hive years from the date of ac
ceptance of the bid will be allowed tor
tbo cutting aud removal of the tim
ber. No bid of less than three dol
lars snd twenty-fire conls per thous
and feet board measure for the flit
threo years of the contract and an In
crease of twenty.flve cents per thous
and for the remaining two years of
the contract, such Increase to be op
tlonal with the Commissioner of la
Ulan Affairs, will be considered. Each
bid must be submitted In duplicate
and must be accompanied by a certi
fied check oa a solvent National Bank
In the aum of Ave hundred dollars
and drawa la favor of the Superln
eadeat of Ue Klamath Indian School.
The right to waive technical defects
In advertisement and bids and reject
any aad all bid to reserved. Th tim
ber aust be cut aad removed under
regulations, copies of which with fur
ther Information may be obtained
from Ue Superintendent of th Klam
ath Indian School, Klamath Agency,
Klamath Agency. Klamath county,
Oregon, and commonly known at a,
C, Splnk'a restaurant.
Said mortgage being given to
ure the payment of one certain prom
issory note tor the sum of eight thou
sand (11,000.00) dollars, dated upon
December 6, 1911, and payable oa or
before July 1, 1913, bearing Interest
at the rate of seven CO tr cent per
annum until paid.
That Interest hat accrued upon aald
note In the sum of four hundred
eighty, aad sixty-Ova oae-hundredtha
(1410.15) dollars that the amount
ot principal aad Interest aow duo, aad
owing upoa aald note la eight thou
sand four hundred eighty, aad sixty
five one-huadredths (M.4IQ.IS) dnl-
lars; that ao part of the principal or
Interest has been paid except the aum
of nine hundred ninety-one (1991.00)
dellar: that there 1 aow duo and oa-
Ing upoa aald note and mortgage In
principal aad Interest, the ana of sev
en thoaaand four hundred elghty-alae
aad elaty-lve oae-hundredth (17.
Now, therefore, I, K. C. fplak, kave
takea possession of th property here
inbefore described in this notice, end
have elected to foreclose th aald
mortgage aa to provided by lb terms
and covenants of aald mortgage to
(orecloae tha same by advsrttosasat,
by advertlslag the sale of the aald
personal property for the period of
two weeks la tba'Evenlag Herald." a
newspaper printed, published and cir
culated la the county of Klamath, aad
slate ef Oregoa, and to sell said prop
erty at public auction by giving two
weeks notice of the ssle ot said per
gonal property, the said public auction
to be held at Klamath Agency at tha
hour of 10 o'cloch upoa tha llth day
of November. 1911, and out of the
moneys arising thsrafrom such sal
to retain and pay the said sum above
mentioned and Interest aforesaid, aad
all chargea touching tha same, and
Including a reasonable sum aa coun
sel fees of fifty (I&0.00) dollars, ren
dering th overplus. If any unto the
said mortgagor, B. C. Bptakt
R. C. SPINK.
C. M. ONKIIX. Attorney for Mertageo
R. C. Splak. 19-tv k
Notice of Ftoal (Mtlesaeat
In th Matter of th Batate of Kill,
beth Bleha. Deceased.
Notice Is bsreby alvea that I C
fuutmers, executor of the esttte oi
Elisabeth Hlehn. deceased, baa died
lu the county court of the state ef
Oregon, for Klamath county, tho Sasr
account of bis administration ot said
estate, and that the court ha list
Saturday, the 33d day ot November,
1913. at the hour of 10 o'clock la the
forenoon of said day, a the time for
Notice of Foreclosure of Chattel itb nrlng ( objection, !( any. it
Mortgage !,alJ account and settlement thereof.
Notice U hereby given that that D,d tu 26t, y ot October, 1913.
certain chattel mortgage, dated on tho
3d day of November. 1911, and re-
Icorded on the 3d day ot January,
1913, la Dook I, oa page 393 of the
record of mortgage, for the couaty
of Klamath, and state of Oregon.
wherein aald mortgage, B. O. Splak to
th mortgagor aad R. C. Splak to Ua
mortgagee, upoa the following de
scribed peraoaal preperty:
The stock of goods, war aad am-
cbaadls consisting of groceries.
gents' furnishing, dry goods, hard
war, machinery, wagons, buggies,
farm implement, grain aad farm pro
ducts, such aa to
H. T. SUMMERS.
Executor ot the Estate of Elisabeth
niehn, Deceased II-1-I-1I-3I h
country store, aad at Klamath Agsn
cy, Oregon, th name being a general
ercbandlse stock of goods, togeUer
with shelves, Ixturss aad the build-
lag ussd in coaaeciloo with the gen-
erst merchandise tor of D. 0. Spink
t Klamath Ageacy, Klamath couaty,
Oregon; also all that restaurant prop
erty, consisting of chairs, tables,
dishes, linen, kalva, fork, spoons,
aliverware, eoekiag utensils, stoves.
aad such as to usually kept and used
la a retttursat, including fixtures aad
tke building situated upoa tha United
State government reservation u
la Hsakraptey Xetlce of First Meat
In th District Court of the Ualted
State ef Amwlca, for U Dis
trict of Oregon (la Bankruptcy).
In tke Matter of O. M. Hector Bank
rupt To tke Creditors of O. M. Hector
of Klamatk Falls, Klamath
County, la tha District of Oregoa
Notice Is hereby glvea that oa tha
26th day of October. 1911. O. M. Use.
. t . -
usuauy aspi in a, tor waa duly adjudged a bankrupt,
and that the Orst meeting ot credit
ors win be held at the eBce of J. C,
liutealc, referee la bankruptcy of Ik
above named court, la Klamath Falls,
Oregon, In district aforesaid, oa No
vember llth, 1911, at S o'clock p.
at wklch time creditor may attaad.
prove their clalma aad appoint a trus
tee, examine the bankrupt, aad trans-
set aucb other business as may prop
erly com before the meeting.
J. C RUTKNIC,
Reftr la Bsnkruotev.
JOSEPH . KENT. Attorney for
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