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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 24, 1908, Image 3',
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The warm days make the house wife look for
eatables that are especially suited to the sea
son of the year. Seasons demand a change In
Groceries as well as other things. We have
the articles that will keep you well ....
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Geo. T. Baldwin,
Klamath Falls, Oregon
The l"l trout lUliliig In Oirgnrt.
i;ii Hi-til ai'i-miiinsilalloin lor
('juii'in; oillll lot rent,
racial i sniping grminda and
Uuti for irril
Kiur turn lor slock,
ArroiiiliioUtloiia to ui " Crater
W lii tun I urllea at KUlimlll
Klanmth Agency, Ore.
Gontractlnft ana JobWag
I'itttcUis Line of I'lumli
ini; HhcIIiIc and fiml
A. 0. U. W. Building
Fort Klamath, Ore.
Clean room, good beds.
nd the table always sup
piled with the beat the
market affords-Terma rea
sonable. C. C. Jackson, Prop.
AU Repair Work Done ttomfUy
and at Reduced Frlcet
Men's Hull HoUt. 71V; Kile
S"li'.,W,,: llot-U. l!.o; ClilUl
'iii Hull Siller, .VI i-eiils. .. .
io.ti!'il , n modem
hop on Main 81. J.V.HoltttC blk
DR. WM. MARTIN
Office over Klumuth County Bank
At'inlfan Hank Trtial Oi.'a Hull.ln
c P. STONE
Attorney at Law,
'u over iMHtollU'o, Klamath FalU,
D- V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Falls, Oregon
'ThiMi," HiM-iliit I'liimfl lii triumph, J
II l .Mini- Niiui Kovllili tin Inn
Tim ttlioln ihliiu l nlmirdly nlintili
thfii lirnln Him mini' u I. mnula lo
-nr on It'"
)f lighted hIIIi IiU iimii nlillnii'..
In- niiiliimtmlor uillitii tt in J.,in Hiu
iillii-r KU4-li, li-mlnu IiiiiiII.i, fun in
hand, blankly tmliii; (l,. stlotiiiilnd .
"Mall, OlMWrrill Him prillll-, "III! yon
IIimm It' Mii I iii .Inlldoii i m, m
III lot 1 It ti Mine Smii Km In I, un
well n with Mini-. CniHiirr1
"I'd-I'd llkn to lliluU m," iniiinitiriil ,
Mli a tin bIjii till fullliriilly un In I In- i
wukij of din ililif. "IM like In think .,
It It would imiU In ( lunltc.
I of a munopoly. Ami to think IiU
rirrlleucy lii-tiT tn luuln-d lit. ohu
wlfe'a fmi' Wlieru Itfiiorunru It Limn
why read iit on illioriti latvaV
l I.ii)Iiik I In' fnu on u nea i l.j- tuhli-,
Uniillo was milling ami) Minna luhr
Im-IiIiiiI IiIhi rnlliil ii.ik Llnul)
' "HUH In rWN-at? Ho )mi ait- nfml.l
llf lllff" '
WIltfllUK about, Ilin .tllui- fmnl '
' Koiiln Hlii wan la-ulli lilnicljr pretty In '
tli" black mill gold Mnnnnlnn ilrcmt I
thnl nottiil lo fiilli-tl mUniilnct inn-rj '
HllIlM)' llllli of Iht lluurc
i "I'm not n-trrfitlui.-," In-roiitrndli ted.
"only nMrinlnlilii;; In light mvnlr)
, fathlnu "
"Alul )oil ln going oho; Hku Hut
Mi, J on ntiiiil mail!'
ALL HEK MABSOVUN
"I cau't tell wbat you wean," li an
"And I aban't tell wbat I mean." ane
rejoined. "Uy tbo way," abe added,
"bow do you bapiwn to be bore? You
HA,.llnA.t niv Invitation."
"I'm bere." be replied bluutly, "lie
cause I'm making It my bualuesa to
n.t rtit of eierv Frencbiusu wlioahona
eljrua of proposing to you."
"But wuyj sue usut-ti in wii (
"1'or my own wuuacmeut; tbat'a all. '
"You you don't happen to bo In lovo
...i ..,.,, ruirv aha asked, a Huge
of wlstfuluesa In tbo llgbt mockory of
"Certainly noil" bo retorted, wltb
"You're very, very rudel" be re
proved. "Hut aluce you don't love me
j ou ought to be able to give me good
advice about accepting a uiau 1 really
wont to marry."
"Obi" growled Danllo, chagilned.
'Tbeu there Is some one you wont to
"Whoever tbe mau Is, be after
your money," he sneered.
"No," ahe contradicted. "Uo U not
net this one."
"You aald all wen were allko.
"ThU wau Is different. Ue love mu.
"Then marry blml What U It to me?
Marry any one you want to. I dopt
care. And I'll dance at your wedding.
I'll dance till I war Met through
both my shoes." ,
You allly boyl" she scoffed. "You re
ji-iiIiiiin? 'Ilnil'nii good orif!"
Word rnlliil flint. iiimI ho htulkc.il
ii ii)' to ii ni-iirliy miiiiiiht house, i
ttlHTu III- IIIIIHCll, ltl KI'l-lllllIK full-
ti'iiililntluii of tin.' Illtln Imlhlliiir nrilil-
'I In- ih'kIwIinI fnn ItliiK on I he table
nOKlit Hotiln'N (). hlic ilvkcil It Ui
lillr mill iihiiiii II 'lliu worilx "I love
1 )ou" iin-1 Iht itiirii ijiikkly hIh- Klnnced
i "I iihili-riilmiil," uh! iiiiirnmrtil to
liiTM-lf "(i Miucil lio'il hft it nay It
In tin', m Iii-'h ttrltifii It."
, NolliiK Unit IMiiiIIo'h IhkI; ttna to
iHiihl Iht, Hlif fnrtltfly llflfil tlio fun
to Ikt lln iiml kltmil Hid written
MoruY 'I Inn un hf rmtonil It to the
tllliln kill- uliMTfil
"Jnut I lin niiif, I'll imiku til in nay
It ll kluill'"
Mm irosniil In v,irc li alow
' llutf you liotlilin; in jy tu uif,
l'iliKi'7" Kin- niki-il
"Onl) one llilni; xuojb)!"
"(inmlby !" ln vcbwnl. "Vou'ra
lun'iu not Koliik';"
I "I li-avii 1'nrl toinorroit' inornlug
I y th" Unit tMln-ruri'tfr!-'
"llirii yii'i vtnn't In- lirri, nfttr nil. lo
d.iliri' fit my wciMlnV"
' "lliil jon promlnf-il Ainl now, I miii-
ioti', !m lift it iifi' j on ncnln, for
' ttlifii I'm inuriliil I nli:ill lltfln 1'urln,"
"I tlioiiidit iii" ttiTf inori' iialrlotlr,"
bo fliilnil 'It n'l'ini hanl Hint ;imi
k c4SBaUi--v I - A
QUESTS WORE THEIR PIOiraESftUE NATIVE C08IUME1.
rlioiTTil turn your back on your natltel
.. L'A.iinlimMti nn.1 BAtftfl I
lit III I. unirr) u ii -
"Yet It U wbat I have decided," she
aiiNtvervd. "ThU I probably the last
tlmo I shall wear our untlvo costume
or diinco our wild uatlonnl dances. To
day's feto U ii Hurt of farewell to old
"No; our dances and costumes would
not uppoal to n Frenchman. Who Is
It ! are golifg to marry?"
"'I'lie eiiBUgenient Isu't announced
yet," alio evaded.
"Then." he returned, with a shrug.
"I miinoso I shall never know, for I
leave early tomorrow."
"And you won't dance at my wed
ding?" "I've told you I would not."
"If you won't," sho cried, a sudden
luiplratlou Hashing through her mlud
and lighting her pale face to daizllng
beauty, "dauce with me now!"
She stretched out ber slender white
arms with an allurement tbat no mor
tal mau could resist.
wltb uiol" repeated Ho-
Tlie faroff orchcatrn bml
truck up a daahliiK. gay
MnrnovUti air. Impelled by the ramie
and tier glance of daring, Danllo tprang
In an Inatant tbe two wore wbtrUug
madly auld tba Intricacies of a wild
Ituailan dance aucb aa liai for count-
llt-aa (rnturlea Uau performed from 81-
berla'a lio plain to Tartar ateppci-a
lance of youtb, agility, utter aban
don. Yet un tbey came panting to u bait
at tbe lait craablng note of mualc tbe
face of neltber reflected tbe eibllara
lion tlio awlft motion and atlrrlug
ineaaurea usually evoked, In fact, Diw
ullo'i brow woro a very perceptible
1 m'owl. Honla, ton, wna downcont. Had
lier rauli experiment failed?
I "You didn't enjoy tbat." tald abe.
"Not especially," be confessed. "Did
"So. You don't dance ai well a you
"You're probably grown to prefer
French partners," bo replied, piqued
at tbo reflection on bU dancing.
"From all 1 bear," abe retorted, "you
have little right to reproach me oa
that score. You dance a good deal at
Maxim's, don't your
"Now and then," be admitted.
"And wltb wbat sort nt partners, I
wonder?" sbe-acoffed, a touch of scorn
lu ber aweet voice.
"Wltb pollto ones," said Danllo
She winced ever ao little at tbe re
proof and went on.
"1 suppose you dance better with
them than with me."
"Possibly," he agreed'. "You see, 1,
too, may prefer French partners."
She raised ber great dark eyes to
bU, a world of meaulug In tbem.
"Do you?" she asked, almost In a
Tbo dUtaut orchestra had been play
ing again, this time not a native air,
but a dreamy, Infinitely aweet Vien
nese waits. Tbe opening notes of the
haunting melody, though softened by
dUtance, were wafted none tbe less
dUtlnctly to the listening couple.
To Be Continued
CHASE 6 SANBORN COmtS
ARE THE BEST ....
Our goods are new and attractive.
ALSO THE PRICES
. W. GILLETT & CO.
Bert E. Witiibow,
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation; .Engineer! .
Don J. Zumwalt, C. E.
East End Meat Market
CRISLER 6 STILTS, Proprietors
Prime Beef, VeaL Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Fresh and Cured Meats' and Sausages of all kinds.
Wo handle our meats In tho most modern way in clean
liness and rarroundlnga. Try u and we will be most
happy to have you for a customer. Free Delivery.
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Mills Addition were offered
at bargain prices a number of shrewd inves-.
tors bought; since that time values have
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reason
to anticipate an advance in prices. Remem
ber these lots are FIFTY feet in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
FRANK IRA WHITE
CAPT. O. C. APPLEGATE
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Par
ties. The largest and best arranged eating house
In the city. Open day and night.
Sixteen inch and four foot wood in any quantities.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 461
or K K K Store, Phone 174
J L FIELDER Wood Yard awl Off ice
l. lie ril4lS.l Neir Clty HiU
2500 Acres Free
The Lakeside company lias 2600 acres
of land under tho Adams ditch that it
will give KENT FREE for one year.
This Includes tho use of the land and
water. The renter must clear and
place the land In cull t vat ion. The rent,
er gets all the crops but we reserve the
right to paituro the stubble.
The Lakeside Company,
J. Frank Adams, Manager,
VAN RIPER BROS.
Blue Print, Etc.
M. D.WlLUAMS, C. E.
Office oa Fifth Street
Private Dining Parlors
Oysters Served la Aay Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
The Stilts Dry Goods Co. has received
several shipments of Eastern dress goods.
Call and Inspect the new line.