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I lb Treasurer of
Oseetr. February lljgasjia
u hereby iivgn"M ore
it (be couajpFWeaeary Mr
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DroiMtcdawtler to ia
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J. W. BIKMKNg, CMf
Classified
atrial No. 6471 Contest No, 634
Meiieeef Contest
Department of Hit Interior. United
ittwi Land, Otitis at Lnkevluw.
Oregon, February IB. ion,
Te James II, Henderson of Swan,
Klamath Couaty, Oregon, Cod
I
art hereby notified that John
letta, who gives Mwan, Klamath
couaty, Oregon, m bit postoltlco ad
drew, did, on the 88th day of Janu
ary, 1911, Ml In tbli office hi duly
corroborated application to content
ad secure the cancellation of yosr
homestead entry, Hcrlsl No. 047JU,
made November 12, 1911, for the
HW14 of Hectlon 31, Township 37
south, Itungo 10 east, Wlllamctto Me
ridian, and a ground for IiIh conlcil
alleges that you never either estab
lished or Maintained roslitoncu upon
aid land) that you bale never culti
vated, or In any manner Implored the
same, and tbat you havo u'jsndonitd
aid land and departed the ilr.te of
Oregon.
You are, therefore, further nollfie 1
that the said allegations will be taken
by this office baying been confeeied
by you, and your said entry will be
cancelled thereunder without your
fuither right to bt heard Iherela,
Itl.er before lb I ofllce or on appeal,
If )ou Jprto tie la tails office within
lwtaFisys after the fourth publics-
of thU notice, ae shown below.
r aaawsr, under oath, speclflcslly
meeting aad responding to these alio
gatloaa of coattit, or If you fall with,
la tbat time to Me la this office Our
proof tbat you have served a copy of
your aaawer oa the aald coattant
either la person or by registered mall,
If this service le made by the d illvery
of a ropy of your answer to the con
teetent In person, proof of such ser
in raut be either the said couteM-
Unl'e wrlltea acknowledgement of his
receipt or tho copy, showing tno dati
of Its receipt, or the affidavit of lb
persoa by whom the delivery w
made, stating when aad where t
copy was delivered: If made by real.
tered mall, proof of such service mui
constat of the affidavit of the person
by wheal the copy was mailed stating
wbea aad the poeloffice to which It
was malted, aad this affidavit must be
aeeempaaled by the postmaster's re
ceipt for. the letter.
You abeaM stale la your aaawer
the name of the poetoffiee to which
yea desire future aoticea aeat to you.
A. W. ORTON, Register.
Data of 1st publication, Feb 91, 1111
Data of Id publkatlea.Feb. II, 1IU
DaU af Id pubUeatlea, atck. 7. 1911
feVBlay C Ylaa) yVVVMaMteVVf sVMee 4w Ivlaf
I J. II. CARNAHAN.
Atteraey ear Contestant.
between tlio plaintiff and defendant
bo dissolved;
2 That the plaintiff have the cus
tody of the minor child. Gordon Ka
hort Turner;
ii Ami for any further relief as to
hl honor inny roeiu moat.
Thl summons It published In the
Klnmnth Itcpuhlkan, a publfo news
l"ipr piihlltlied In Iho city of Klatn
nth l(( Klnmnth county, stnte of
Jrrfcon, by thn nrdor of lion. Henry .
Ilonion, Judgo of tlio circuit court of'
Klnmnth county, stnto of Oregon.
Which said oritur illmrin iimi .
tlintlH liM I.I.I.Haft.., n.HU . . 1- 4 il
....... .. iiguiiiuiu uiilo a woo ior BIS
ucfMsWe weeks nod dated and eater-
ed January 2t, A. D. 1013.
Jlntc of the Orrt publication heroof
s Jniiuary 30, A.I). 1913,
v, ii, a. hi:nnkr,
Attorney for 1'lalntlff.
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.Vol Ire of Nherira Bete
In tt e Circuit Court of tbe BUte of.
Oregon, In scd for Klamath
(.'...My.
Henry llnbernmn and J. If. Redmond,
Doing IIuiIiicm os the Comet
Itoalty Company, l'lalatlff,
vs.
Jnmes Wallace Yandle, Defendant
lif virtue of u execution Isautd
out of and under the seal of tbe cir
cuit court of the state of Oregon, In
and for Klamath county, upon that
certain Judgment rendered the 2Slb
of December, 1910, In the Justice
court for the 1'ortland district of
Multnomah count, statu of Oregon,
and transcrlptctl to the circuit court
nf the stnto of Oregon, for Klamath
county, in on action wherein Henry
llaberman and J. II. Redmond, doing
builne as tbe Comet Realty compa
ny were plaintiffs, and James Wslloce
Ysadle, known also as J. W. Yandle,
ns defondsnt; snd wherein said plain-
overed against said .defendant
of one hundred and ao-100
0)) dollars Judgment, and
m of thirteen and 60-100
costs, and whereas
twelve and 50-100
additional or aecru
, which said esecu-
and delivered to me
Klamath county, state
I I hnvo levied upon all
of the right, title and Interest of tbe
ald James Wallace Yandle, J. W.
Yandle, la aad to the following de
scribed premises, te-wlt:
Tba northwest quarter of tbe
north west quarter (NWK NWH)
of sectloB tea (10), township forty
one (41) south, rsnge twelve (IS)
east, W. M.,' Klamath county, stale
il virgin,. i
o Is thereor hereby given that
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Dr. George it. Heath
After a recent coafereace with
Charles K. Klnlay, tke New York
banker who offered 11,000,000 for a
cure for tuberculosis, Dr. Ueorge M.
Heath, the at. Louis physician who
has a scrum that he believe will ef
fect the cure In the majority of casw,
announced that he bad mado out a
Hal of fifteen persons who nre to be
trcntcd In secret. Dr. Heath declared
his In'c-cat In the cure to bo duo tp
scientific and humanitarian reasons,
and told Mr. Plnlay that If ho could
convince him that he had found a
luro Hint that Is all he wsnted. Dr.
Heath hns the records of a euro be
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HIGH SCHOOL MAG
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HKKI.TOV N.MH;SO ATTKXD
m fc.MSWA Jl Ul Tfm,?tJ
TO CUtCVLATtOS
la the CtrcaR Caari of tbe Wate of
Oregoa, far KUauith County
Mary L. Morse, Flaiatlf ,
ra.
Jeha P. Morse, Defeadaat
Ta Jeha t Morae, the Abore-Named
Defeadaat:
la the Near al Ue Mat ef Oragea:
Yaa ara Mraay aammaaed to aa-
aad aaawer taa eamplalat fled la
tM abave eatRwd eaR wlthla sli
weeks after tM tret Mblleatioa of
tale snmmoaa la tM Klaatatk Repub
Meaa aawspaaer; aad yaa will Uke
aetlee tkat If yaa faM (a aaaaar aad
aaawer or plead withla aald time, the
awlaUff, for waat thereof, wlU apply
ta the itm eatltled eeart far tM re
Ue demaaded la the eaatalalat lied
la said suit, t-wt.t foradeereeof
ibis eeart forever dleeeWlag Ue Mads
t BMtrlmeay aaletlag Mtweea tbe
ptalaUl aad tbe defeadaat, aad for
such other aad farther relief aa to
tke eeart atay
Hotel HQjriton
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aat to tM order af tM aMra eatltled
eeart maaa aa the llth day of reb-
raary, . u. ise. aaa uia mm puun-
eatloa thereat m awde la the Klamati
ReaabKeaa aewaaaaar aa February
11,1911.
NDAI4I4 FBRQUION, ,
AUeraeya far ptalatlt.
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la tM Clrealt Court la aad tor the
Ceuaty ef Ktsmatk aad MaU of
Oregoa.
Oearge K, Tarasr, PlalatMf,
ya.
Niaa Mae Turaer, Defeaaaat,
la tM Nam af the State ef Oregaa,
u nim Mm Turaer, Defeadaat,
OreeUac:
Yekare hereby ree,ulred ta M aad
aaaar aad ta aaawer ta tke eemplalat
Wd hereta aaalaat you, la tM above
eatltled suit ea er before Marsh Ith,
A. D. affile that belag tM taet day
wltala whlek you ara allowed to
aaawer. ate., aerela aa ffied by the
rear af tbe eeart far aubHeattea of
aammeaa her eta; aad K yea, tM aaia
Ntaa Mae Taraer, defeadaat, fall to
M aad aaaear'aad awwer.1 abi, aald
eaeaalalat, tM aalatll wm'ngrjm
M4 aeart far tke relief prsyedlar.la
1 eaM eaasawa w-wni .
hJn bM.baada af aMioa;
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f. He undsrslgffed, akerisT of Klam
ath county, Oregon, will sell said
""lr ',?' f"1" '""i" 'chosen by tbe students of tba high
(NWVi M ii) of section tea (10).tichoo, to ukc chsr60,oC th muX
towaablp fortMnu (41) south range ,,,, of tho Uoomcr. w--r Por.
twelve (12) east, W. M., Klsmmm, ,.,. ., ,,. .,-,- .
county. Oregon, to the highest bidder ,egfttc; bUineM nntr Robert
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iiwuvv, iu iuniuu 4-h,is, vvuut wi
Klamath, stale of Oregon, at the hour
of 10 a. m., on, tewlt: The IStb day
of March, A. D. 1913, to satisfy said
executloa, together with Interest
thereoa at the rate of six () per cent
per aaBum, aad for costs incurrsa
Dated this th day of Febrai
A. D. 1911.
C. O. LOWKerlV.
By OKO. A. HAYDON,
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Iir. Town and
(rlpMv skatck o(
on, population, lio-
I Mnklas point 1
farr, eompll4 by
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aruiTLK
In n few dnj these officers will
name thulr nssUtants. There will be
a number of class and department ed
itors, and rrery phaso of school life
will be coxjaed-lti 1 the fortbeomlag
Is tho Intentloa of tbe
to publish n bigger aad bet-
annual number thaa em before,
and work is already started toward
this cad.
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J&ople jif
fVuy only San Frnajaffea, ataee
gVsde, but theareeU aaaaa
ewrywhere. Ar
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Makers of Pare Caadf
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and earetally
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aad falling Mir.
applications will prove a
your hair la fadlag. gray
aggly aad thus. Mlxlag
Tea aad Nulpkur reelpe at
though, la troublesome.. A An
).way la to get tMt reaay-ia-uae
eeetlaf about 60 oeata a, large
at drag storee, kaewa aa
Wytth's.gaae'oad auljkw felasr
Cemmoa gerdea
neavy tea wltk aalpl
added; thaa left
UlUred will tura
tadid kalr beau
- remove .
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enedy," thus avoiding a let of muss.
gome druggists make their ewa, bat
It Isn't nearly.so alee as "Wyetk's."
While wispy, gray, faded,. Mir la
not sinful, wd all desire te reUta ear
youthful appearaace yad(attraetrre
aese, By dsrkenlng VearMlr wltk
Wyeth's ffago aad Bulphar o' oae eaa
tell," beeause it does Ittae aataral
so evenly. You Just dameeaa aacauje
or soft brush, taking one aaiall'atnui4
at a time. Do this toatgataail ay
moralag'sll gray hairs' bare ''dktaB
peared, after another' aaa'Weatlem or
two It will be restored te'Re aataral
color and be evea mora gdsssyeeft
and luxuriant than; ever.V ' . 1
Looal druggists W tw are aaUtac
lotsot "Wyeth's ffage'aai eJattrMs
ft .surely helps folk. ssbarx yaata
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Editor Herald:
in closing ray article of Wedaev
day f made the statement thai tM Im
portant jucstlon before the peeete ait
the city Just now Is tke seearlag bt a
legal charter a charter that tber
win amend to advaaUge as oeeasiea
demand and experience pelata tM
way.
It will lm conceded, 1 think, that K
would bo practically Impossible ta
fro mo a charter ia tbe ffrst latUaee
that would completely meet tM ap
probation of everybody, but If
moasura, In the main, Ih sitlsfsctosr,
and there Is no question raised as tu
tho legality of Its submission, It
would seem to be the better policy to
(adopt It; place the eity on a legal
.basis and then amend it In whatever
(pirtlcular tbe Judgment of a majority
"of tho people desired.
Unusual ere bax been exercised la
submitting the present measure la
order to avoid tbe errors and omis
sions so apparent In the submission
of former reasures. To those of our
people who favor tho commission
form of government in preference to
tM aldermaalc, It must M appareat
tbat the adoptloa of tbe preseat
ure la ao way leads to hamper er de
fer tbe submleslea of that.ejuasUeafte
tho vote of the electors. Ia fact, tM
adoption of tM preseat measare will
give them aa aaaaestloaed legal Mats
from which ta start.
HI hardly possible wltala tM
bcopo of oaa er two short arUetee to
discuss all phases of tbe preaeat
measure, but I eMtl take up oaa or
two of tbe more Importaat sections
and glvo my views for wbst they are
worth.
In the matter of franchises It would
b difficult to mere thoroughly safe
guard the Interests ef the people la
the (ranting thereof than was doae
by tbe commission la fraatiag sec
tions 104-5-a-7-8-9.
Tho outside limit for the life of a
franchise was fixed at afty yeari.
That does not mean that a fraaeakte
lll be granted for fifty years aader
anr clrcumsUncee during tke life af
this charter. The number of years far
which a franchise sMIl M greeted m
n be determined by the eonaeU aad
mti't'be In the form of aa ordkaaare
embodying all tke terms aad eondl
iloai ; tbe ordinance must M paMab
ed at the expense of the appUeaat'fof
the franchise at least twice ta tM etty
official newspaper; each pnbMoatioa
must M completed aot leas taaa twen
ty nor more thaa alaety daya before
Ul.e final passage of tM erdhaaace;
sad" the erdtaaaee aTaatai tM
franchise caaaot M pat apea Ra faal
passage short of sixty daya after Ma
flrst Introduction.
It wM"M obsenred, by refereaee te
sectloa 11 of the act of 1997, auklag
applicable the Initiative aad raferea-
dum to cities aad towns, that tM or
dinance caaaot go Into elect aatll
thirty days after Its passage. It Is at
onco appareat that tbe granting of a
franchise, bb It tor Sve, ten, twenty
live or gfty years, Is a matter wholly
wlthla the ceatrol of the people them
selves. They have alaety days after
the latroduetloa ef tbe ordinance pre-
roslag ta great tM franchise la whlek
to dctermlae whether the same sMM
be referred to the people er aot far
thsjk approval "or rejoctlea.
hat possible ebjectlea oaa the
be urged te plaelag the outside Hmtt
at fifty years, so toag aa the people
themselves are the final judges ia the
matter.
Tho commtesloa, reaUsiag aa they
did the unpopularity af loag term
franchisee, very carefully coesldered
this matter from alLetaadpolats, aad
arrlTed at tbe eoaclusloa that la a
rapidly growing city like Klamath
Falls, depending for Re future great
ness and prosperity apea tM installa
tion of large enterprises Involvtag
tke outlay of Test susas of moaey.
there might arise aa testaaca where
a shorter term thaa gfty years woeM
prove an iasurmouatable barrier to
tbe obtaining of eufficlent-eapHei te
tlnanco und inaugurate a muea desir
ed public Improvement or eaterprhw.
Appreciating that peastblUty, aad
knowing that tke people; thessservse.
under' the law, were tM fiaal Jadgas
of the reaeoaableaesa of aay treat-
chtse applied lor uadertae eaarter,
the commission fixed tM eatalde limit
at fifty years. t,
It will M observed, too, t tMt R
takes a two-tklrds rate to aaaTaa'ar
dlnnaba la tM'ffrst lastaaee; aad la
the" treat eC.a-veto by tM saayor, a
fo'ur-gfths'Tete' of ' tie eaaaeU ia Jfei
uulred'to peas' Rover taV H -
Further 'arwiateala asaae. that ae
fraaehlee.akall M graated wdtaoat It
profldsa for fair ooaspeaiaUaa olM
elirr aad la addltloa tbstete, atay M
required to yield' to taa;, aRy;fipor
eektage of ita gross reeeliffa; aaafiar
ther prorMoa that at- tkeexp4rottoa
oftae?tem for whlea' tM fteWap la
graated,(tM,ty, at Its owa stesrlua
aadupoa UepayaMat taerefor sf' a
fair vsluaMea, may.pareasae ami bake
eer so ItaaM taa arast aal peaat
if thi killsi'sf 1M' fajgaakii Hat
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I wfJe Vaaaapaaaj awegj vaaam , waaasaa' aga
BILLIARD TOIllHiEY
TAILOM IS WKLL AJBsUV, ANB
OLM AXB FOWTIMt JlIMt TDW
FOR HKCOXD MOXOfMI AT KNB
ovvimr
uTt
J. K. Bodge Ms a eemfertabte 'load
In the Klks MlMard toUraaaseai tats
week, winning 16 games' aad Jsotag f.
He Is tbe oaly contestant aawe ae
centago runs over tM .791 Mae. I
, Francis It. OMs aad Jofig Foster
are tied for seeoad positiea, both av
ersglng . A great deal of tater
est Is befag taken ia tM games, which
are played at the Wki Clee..
Fettowiag le the perceatage.for all
of tbecenteetaats: '
ft. 4
Woa
J. K. Bodge ...... 16
Francis R. Otde...ll
W, W. Smith 14 '
Joha Foster . .... .19
D. J. Lytte,... 11
Harry Ackley ..... I
Fred MIRs, i
AtwS WllTff) otaeee s
Will Houston
CMrlee afartta . . . . I
Ferry O. Da Lap . . I
A. L. LearRt a
Chester Avery .... 1
II. Betvla .'. 1
Fred Houston ....
A. Hayden - 9
Charles Baldwin . .
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khall la ao cose M taken Into eoaeM
crnllon or seeouat In fixlag tM Tataa
tlon of th property ased In ceaate
Hon trlth each fraaealee.
Further prorlslon Is atode, la sec
tloa 197, that If by the terms ef aay
fraaehlee the pleat, or property need
la eonaeetlon therewith eMU beeeme
tbe property of the city aader tM au
thority ef section 194,.the stty amy
either operate tM pleat Maeif er tease I
tM saasa or aay part thereof for a
period of aot to eseeed tweety-five
years, er.sell tM saase to Ue highest rT
a ff"9 ffAPssra
oetfon of
ef beade
bidder at pabUe aaetton.
My neat eammaaleaMes
wRh tM "Beetle atnatr'
tM eaarter and tM
bytMetty.
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Aa aH day simlsn ia besag MM at
tM FayUrt ijtfrnh; pBttr r M
Ladtee' AM Beeletyef that
tlea. TM msmMra ara
ta ffalahtag oalMa.
Assurance of Accuracy
The arst reasiisrsiioa ta
a watch is to get a
keeper. It autkee ao dasaraneadnow
little you epead for a nejpK la
moaey wasted ualess yea
on It to keep somewhere
rate Usee.
la tM auuiafaetara
of tke chief
Justlag and ngausMt. There ate.
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