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RATUHDAY. MAY 16. WW.
All school officers should bear
in mind that the new school law
requires that at least 85 per cent
of the state and, county fund re
ceived during the school year
must be spent for the payment
of teachers' salaries; and pro
vides that should any district
fail to apply at least 85 per cent
of the funds received from the
county school tax and the irre
ducible school fund (state) on
teachers' salaries, the un
expended balance shall revert to
the general school fund of the
county. Fifteen per cent of the
county funds may be used for
current expenses and any part
of the 15 per cent not so spent
may be retained by the district
and carried over to the next
Bf MAY CLENDENN1NG.
Copyrighted. 1. by tli A.cln
x uirrary itim, j,
lir two Ji'ilin tilt')' llild lVII "keep-
lti wiii'!i'' " niil ln hiul entered w III'
Hie nlr of lino iintiirtil of wi'lenine nnd
llli it lltsht npohijiy for tln l"1'''u"",i1I.O.,1t niiirki'l price. Aildreaa lilm
.. i.i . ..-.I. .. ....! i,. I..i tttrit,riiial i
i: it WiINkii Id lii tlio market for nil
kind "f ruin, for which In' will m "
"He did iniller Fully' pje clou oil
with excitement and her jtlutuv follow
t the trnyly cnpnrlaoiied horn with II
mall clad rider down the erowded
Mary McCmin. nt I lie next tuhle. iri"
a auort of ronteuint.
'8ur bo did." alio conreded jM.fl , lio hulk entitles In I In nlr four room
huinoredly. "He'll ninlli tit itny lltll" enllei In wlil'li Sull) pu-iiiie.1 in tun
aoftr he thluka la fool eiinuiih In Miille trei mid (. Av til.li he i.iuie
of Mi iinlMil. only In Ik Informal
Hint It win n mutter of IndllTereutv in
B.illy whether In' ennie or rvnmlued
away. I'rwe-illy he slipped out of Hie
little pnrlor with the itlmttlc "iif
pxtloii that Sully would lo fi-elln
lu'ltor on Hie morrow mid Hint "'
would try to jwl iirouiiil onrly.
Me win uiiiri'uril lor the i"ii.ii
itli divliimtloii Hull kIic did liol ov
lust (o Ik' IioIIH' lit nil. mid In' n tin tc
down tliohlulrH In the lie.it of tin nnjter
Hut roio 111 llK'l.t) nt II fell.
Once down I he iiyl Ktltvt he told
lilniM'lf thai Snlly hid n hendnrhe, "
Klainntli I'iiIIk. Ou-jrwi
hl.im.ilh loll I'M-Mc "V'r
The Klmmth 1'nlln IMWIe l.lhrary la
open iery iiflerinfin from l! In f:!
o'ol.'oK nml each cvenlnjr from i!:!W to
lOnVlerk. A oonlinl Invllnllon l en.
temleil to nil.
I .i nut l.iiv Winded whlev. When
ton want puie Kin.rr)
Me llml It I
'put up under the K.iwniiieitl' "Immlri1
waii'houeiilainpl"H I' the Conllneli
A chuivh where men can
smoke and enjoy a moving pic
ture show is the unique institu
tion founded by Rev.
Goodman, of Atlantic City, X. J
The pictures represent the para
bles and the collection taken up
pay for cigars and pipes which
are smoked during the sermon.
Rev. Mr. Goodwin states that
his plan of getting these men
into the church is eminently suc
cessful and that he will have to
secure larger quarters. An
average of 600 men attend his
services at the "New Men's
back. I'll bet Ml t'ndy won't If mill
In' wheu alio aeex how fur behind ,oii
are with your wrappln'."
(tally Uii.hed u he cant mi appro
henalro look lu aenrvh of the dreaded
fnrenomaii and bent to her l:I; with
nimble fliunT. She a one of Hie
fatteat wrnpiwrK In the riuuubut rnr
alucv the kul;ht had taken to ihllu by
her work had Kiiffentl. nml Mis I'ady,
mho trutleil to Snlly to fct the pioe for
the other Ktrl hi friendly lhalr.
frowned oer Sally'i plivewerk II. kiH
nt the end of the day.
Until that week Stilly had U'ou the
record bolder for more than n year It
looked a though n lrl on the other
aide of the room would wret her lau
rela from her.
8ally only toovsl her head Indiffer
ently. The new champion could not
even aee the knight from whole 8he
worked, nu.l that to Sally wim the lui
She km an oumlwiroiw reader of tic
Hon, and the romances of the uoielette
and the cheaper theater had tilled her
On InMwi "n"n " nen uer kinxiii rone iuihi hi..
syuney flnt ,me nill cn n wnm Kian.e to
ward the whitlow Ivl.le whlrh he
worktU It aermeil to her that the ro
ruance of the dead asei win rcltcd
ajratu. The jrrlmy factory bulldluj; Il
ea mo raatle. MUa C'n.ly wiih her hanl
hearted Jailer mid the kulKht In the
atreet below waa her true lore and ro
A doxeu tlinn that day he rode paat
the factory on hU ineltleouie Imr-e.
nd each time there wai the name up-
when hit da;'N toll nai done to Kit
down lo a on wiry in"" of mrm-d lvf
mid ulib.ij:e with Sally m mi the In
ble flMlu hlui.
llur Sally 'h callii In Spain were
btlltely wllllce. lhlvuj;el by kllljthl
mid ladleo. wlieielu her knljiht I'd nil
the othcnlu Uiiniy. ltiuv iiii.I d.ir
Ul w Id-ley, Water Mill
liiamlie iw and I'. I'. '
III. key, .Nor.
te. Sold by
In ihi'Ciiriill foiiil nl Hie Slate ol
On..n lor Kluiniilli I 'nil lily.
John Ko-miU plalnllrt, . Amauda
I'.IIh KiNinltdehuil'inl. mill ineully (or
In the iinuie ol Hie tlale nl 0icit"li I
Im:. She wondered how (the had ew r I You aie heieb) ieiiliel l ap'r aim
thouiiht Tim llolr.iu j;oo.l IikiLIiij; and
nhtiildcrvd at her own want of tate
I She wuh j; l.i.l lh.lt itlie knew U-ttel
' now ; j;lad that idle had found out In
I fore ll win too l.ile. .
She did not own ml Tim wlun lie
, fulled to call Kr two fi'lilni;. fur her
j uuthlpatloua were nil leuteixil n!ut
I the kulj:htly tlj:ure on the eoal blaik
'charter uhn xpelit the eiilllv da) ll.l
I ni; up mid down before her window ai
the factory mid who alwuj uh he rifle
Kiive Nlleut f-ulu I e.
Tho jilrN were held for a couple of '
hdurx l'rl.liiy eteiilnj; lo .! out a null i
order, mid It win l.ile when Salt) hur I
rlcd home There was 11 li.rt tut
aiimwrll.econipl.iini nici Kaini )""
in tlieai"e enllllrd mill on or U'hue
.Nuunb), June Will. I!m. 1-b'it H"
lail d.t) pie-cilUfl In the older lor pill"
lioitlnii nl (Mil loinimnm, the llil publl.
callmiol nhlch IhIihtoii SatnuUy, Ma)
Jud, llnW, nud II win (all ni to ali.wer,
(or want then-of, the plaliitlll will apply
lo the mint lor the relic! demanded In
the inuiplnliit, filed hetelu, Io-nII: lor
aihctw'dinilii: the lind ol inatrb
iiinti) enUllnj! In'twccii plaliitlll and de
lliloiiiuiiiotia fiil by pul.lti'alliHi
in Hie I irain; Herald, liynriler nl Hon.
Ilinr I. Ih-nxirr. Jmlce nl thel'lrrult
ill. Ilkt nl
through uu unsavory irtln of Hovl'mul lr the lnt Indielal
town. mid. unmindful of Hie herliu t)iet;i I.1I1-.I May l-t, llH, which or-
jllaliceH throwu nt her. tie hurried ,,t ropilii uuinioiia to U piibllihrl
nloiic. Intent only upon jctlluj: home i,,lin. a nnt (or il ioiimviiiIw wrrki
In his capacity of Governor,
George E. Chanberlain has made
free use of the pardoning
power. Governor Chamberlain
has granted 186 full pardons,
commuted 90 sentences and re-
mitted nine sentences, a total
exertion of the pardoning power
during Governor Chamberlain's
term to date of 285 instances.
Full pardon has been granted to
13 murderers, to six convicted of
murder in the second degree and
14 convicted of man slaughter.
Two men convicted of murder
have bad their sentences commuted.
John Mitchell until recently)
president of the' minerr union is
to be the Democratic candidate
for Governor of Illinois if the
Democratic leaders can force
the nomination upon him. Mr..
Mitchell declares that he will
not run, but Roger Sullivan, the
Illinois leader, says he will make
Mitchell the candidate with or
without his consent.
The overwhelming Taft vic
tory in Kentucky has convinced
the friends of Vice President
Fairbanks that there is no possi
bility of his nomination and it is
expected that he will quietly
drop out of the race without any
.formal anouncernent of his with
A 3 year old baby in New
York fell out of a third floor
window, landing in a sitting
posture in a baby carriage
which bad been left on the side
walk, without receiving any in
jury. When a woman cannot (ell the
difference 'between her hus
band's fault finding and the
dog's growling, it is time some
lawyer got a divorce fee.
jwfSsiKy v vc
'wPxafVlrnlv K X
Now comes the time of year
when angleworms squirm for
affright when Little Willie, sings
that popular aria. "Get tfee
TOM MS SABPTOSOLA1TKJI OF HOOrW.
ward stance, the aarue llftlnj; up hi
lance, and Sally's bean heat more rap
Idly u aba bent orer the pllea of cam
which were to be wrapped and atacked
In tbe traya to gt to tbe packing room.
That ntgbt tbe knljtht rode on and on
through her dreama. Always tlio Ha me
he aeeuied to he, and yet ever he j;rcw
more glorious lu Kally's dretiniy i-yen
nn be aulfered untold riilerlei nnd
liraied perlU luuumerahle fur her sake.
He was the hero of "Irnuboo" nnd
tales of the Hound Table. He wns of
all countries and time, but uluuys ho
was tbe wan of tbe day before, and
Sally went to her work with euuer-
neas, because she knew Hint presently
tbe knight would come riding past
and that be would look up and salilto
-ber with his lance.
And come lie presently did. Ill
be! met shone gleamlngly lu tbe sun;
bis chain armor displayed to tho best
advantage tbe finely muscled shoulders
and act off well agslnst tbe rich coparl
aoalng of bis steed. That there was a
theatrical ndrertlscuient embroidered
upon tbe trappings -of the horse she
did not care. Hbe was looking for the
silent lifting of tbe lance and wonder
ing wbetber the eyes were blue or
brown beneath the heavy brows.
She could shut ber eyes and remem
ber every detail of faco and costume
long after be bad passed, every detail
save that golden legend, "A Knight of
Old, tbe Adelpbl," that gleaund against
tbe crimson velvet of tbo saddlecloth.
Hbe recalled' the heavy flowing mus
tache, with Ita graceful droop, tbe clear
color of tbe skin and tbe ruddiness of
the cheeks, and then remembered with
distaste Tim Holrau's stubby, deter
mined chin, with Its blue black tinge
of clean shaven skin. Tim was al
ready In disgrace because be was out
of Job, and when be called that even
lag tbe chill reception be received
abashed area that self confldeut young
to Miptiurns onk'Uy na poilile
She had nltnott clenrwl the neelhili '
when, with u nhout, n ) oil in: fellow
lurched out frvm one of the turner j
saloon mid threw hit nrin uboiit l.er
Sally tn'renmcd lu terror, but the
men atnndliij; In the duorwa or!
lounging on the corner rei:anhil Hie
scene IllillllSellHy. lUJtn Joe proba
bly tiiejul only to klx the Klrl, uud
anyhow he wuh notably quiet, with n
knife. They were not minded to male
It any niiieem of their. N
Sally fi.njllit a bent ah euilld. but
the h'crlui; face approached closer to
liT, mid the man' breath lieal hot
ly nuaiuil hirehoek Then aln heanl
Hie i latter of In h .f. a whoop uuuil
lata My Irlili nud her nvnllant went
ri'IIuj; luruH the hidewalk from ihe
forxv of ii mn.irt bl.-n i u tin- head
from n t lub,
With it r) of relief. Solly apniug to
war. I her reneiier It wa her knltihl.
who. tlirni. i Hie lurner. hid tome
Umu the r.eue nil. I had rli.irifl IIih
Itullan with liU lanre Now he allpM-d
r.lT hi lnit. ami lltilnlnil ntT the Job
wllh hi llclH (inly mue the knife
llaclit-il. KlIjipluK thronxh Hie eoiit of
mull mid kiral.Uilu Uj thmililer Iheli
the weaiHiu uu LiukLiiI from Hie
Italian' hand, nnd lie wa done up lu
approwtl style until the couwuleiitly
uemxlxhted polkemnn Interfered nut
of pity for tin) bntlered wnrk.
Then thu knlsht lurueil to Hally. Ill
(IowIiik hair luid fallen hi the cult"
alum; wllh hi Klltlerlu helmet. lilt
flowliijt imiktuchio hiiiii; lont-joiii.-lv
from uutMoruerof Ills mouth. Illieji
brows, too, were Midly kew mul
blood Mahied the Hlilrt of mull over Ihe
"Comu nrouiid lo Ihe klablu illilll I
can put me liorcy tip, nud I'll InLo )oil
home," offered thu knljiht. "I wn
afraid you would llud out I wa dnln'
this 'UK)' Job iinlll I could Ret mo old
place back." '
"Is It you, TltuV" pi-il fiully, I
"Hure," was thu aheepUh reply, "A
fellow offered mo IS to mlvertUo hi'
show for u week, I needed soiuo loon i
ey to tnku you to the lady lelephoner'
hull totnurroir nljiht, mid I lw.W hint
up. I IhoiiKht you wn ului when you
threw u I:Ih to inu yelenlay."
They were walking toward the utahle
as they talked, nml now- 'llm led hi
liorn liiKlde. Thu coat of mall, made
of ford daubed wllh iilumluliim piilut,
was koou klilpiied olT nud thu cut
found to be u mciu xcrulch. lu u box
Hlull Tim dlbcarih-il the reinuluder of
hi j,'oruu out lit mul lexiimed hi
own well worn Milt.
As Ihey punned ihnwi tho street lu
thu direction of Sally' homo shu slip
pt'd her iirm IIiioiikIi hi euulldliiKly.
"I'm Kind It wn you nnd nut a make
believe knight who Itwilcil ine," she
"It wii Imlh of us," i-euilmled Tim.
"Hut I won't be u fiilin knight urter
tomorrow. I'm jrolti' on thu tralllc po
Ike. The captain like thu way I rldu
nml can Ret mu right through. Now wh
cuu get inn rr lid lu spite of my loalu'
"I'm glad of thai, too," hj,1 HMy
CMiiteiitedly a her -atl In Kpaln
Hlirunl; to u four room tl.it.
Iiiiiii the Itldat ol May, llMS,
a i.. i.i.wirr.
l)K. WM. MAKTIN
Ollire over Klamath County Hank
C. F. STONE
Attorney at Law
Ollilre owr pontolllcr, Klamath Kalla,
Ten run r l
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Falls. Oregon
DR. C. P. MASON
Ameiicari Hank A. Tnul Co.'a Ihill.lInK
Private Dining I'arbra
Oysters Served In Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
We Make Little
Rut there i.s always
something doing, at
our place in the House
Furnishing line. We
carry the largest stock
of House Furnishings
in Klamath County.
See us for a Square
VIRGIL a SON
At Ihe Brldjjc on Main Street
"Whur In the m.itk-r with Hunker
one' o look won led."
"I hear Im ha a lot of ilinllti-li He
"Why dni't he rut out them funcy
IlslitM uud Htlck to pie)"
Wanted to 0 Right.
"You iM'giin lliln letter 'l'enr,' though
It la to etie unknown."
"Yea. Bhould I hcjjln It Goatr"
Klamuth Falls & Wlnema.
Truck c Transfer
hiirnlturu und pmrin curcfully
moved. liaKifOKn wauon und
k-eneral draylr.K. AU work
Klvcii prompt attention. Jiuan
to ami from ull ImaU. I'hone ltt'l
COLBURN & YOUNG
Incorporated November 2tt, 19
Statement of Condition
Klamath County Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
PICKMB1R 31, 11)07
ImnH ami Discouiitx $340.r.:m im
Hol EitAto, BuildiiiKH mul
Fixturiti . ..
Cunlt and SIkIiI RxcIiiimho
CapiUtl Stuck, fully imltl
SunluH and 1'rofltH
I. Alei Martin, Jr.. Ca.liUr nf Hi. al.rnninl
hank, do rwilrrullly awear that the l.r ,t,if
inriit la true loth Imt of my kiuiH.-.L'i an.ll-li.f
AI.KXMAflTIN.JII ( ..Idrr
Suhwrllxsl and aworn to hefurr rue Hu r.ilnl,.
of January, UaiK, '
f .. ' II WlTlllil.H,
Notary I'uMic f. r Onpi
E. R. REAMES
ALEX MARTIN, JK.
Pioneer Bank of Klamath Basin
E. H. DuFAULT, Proprietor
Cholceit of Wlnei, Liquors and Clears
Catrrato the bettrr rlaia of trade, itli iwthlajt lo l nl
the moat critical. You'll noiirr tlm diifrrrnctalnra
try It. Juat the place tu drop In fur a rrfrriMrfUiif
aj when you neei! a llnuilant Cure Uruon tl d
klnda for family trade a -fllty
Ready for Inspection
Our line of Ctrpeti, Matting, Tapestry.
Linoleum. Art Squares, Table, Lountfe
and Stand Coven, is ready for inspec
tion. Something entirely new
Also Silk Float and Feltolene Mattress
Braaa and Iron Beds-Adjustable pe
ell woven wire Springs, the only thiif
for hot weather.
Polahed Oak Dining Sets and all oik
W. H. DOLBEER
Successor to B. St. George Bishop
Phone-Store, 61 Residence, 155
CHA8. K. WOHDRN
A. M. WOIIDKN
The American Bank and Truitft
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