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WILLIAMSON
RIVER and
Spring Creek
RESORTS
tiiP m"1 t roll L llaliluw In Origin
Vnrlli'iit iiirwiiniailalloin lut
(sniping HI '"' "' .
Ma-clal niii1tivC gwniiila mi'l
ie.li ("f nut.
ne failure '"' "
fr(..lnilHMnllllflMlllll.
jjfCyiiiiM'litll"ii(i In go In Cenlfi
Willi'"''1 I'1'11''1' "' Klmii.illi
FRANK SILVIES
I'KOI'HIKTOH
Kliimalli Aoiicy, Ore.
Bui's Plumbing
Shop
Contracting ana Jobbing
FltPtrluM I. mi- iif I'lilinli
lut' h-'lnltl', mi'l Ural
rlaaa Workmanship
A. O. U. W. Bulldlnrf
Klamalh Fall
! BRICK WORK i
AND
PLASTERING
nilMNI ASH KIIIK
I'l.AlT-K A .SI'ITIAI.rV
H. E. CHILDERS
I KLAMATH FALLS. ONCGON
Professional Cards
ML WM. MARTIN
Dentist
Office over Klamath County Hank
I DR. C. P. MASON
Dentist
American Hank A Trnal (''.' HuIMIiik
c. r. STONK
Attorney at Law
OSIer ocr niatolllci', Klamuth Fall',
Ortjron
Tutramr u
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney af Law
Klanmtli Kails, Orr"i
CENTRAL CAFE
Open Day
and Night
I'rivatc Dinintr Parlors
Oysters Served In Any style
J. V.HOUSTON, Prop.
'I'lio l'eltx Auto
' fur biro ut rviiHouublo ratca to par
'In. Just as cheap to o In uto
11 In u atagy, n. B. 1'BI.TZ, Vino
u Ctli atrootu. 7-3 1-8-3 1
US0O ACHKH FIIICK.
Ttie LakoBldu comimny liun -H00
'We of land under tlio Adams ditch
lh,t It will clvo HKNT FIIKB for
'" ?ar. ThU lucludes tho uso of
" Und and wator. Tho rontor must
'Jr and place tlio laud lu culutlva
l0. The leuter ota ull thejerops
but We reanrv., tl,.. rlutit.laUailMUrO
' Mubblo.
, The laikealde
Nnllr ...,.-.. ...
.. ., luuiiiauon
-To3SV-1t
, ' """" '"1y Klvi.n llmt Allwrt
"'" """:,"' ' '""'' '". Oregon,
' "N"1 K. l"J7,u,U.,tlmUr and
"'"" iippiiiatlou, Nn. iOir,, for NKf
MV'i. rwtlnii vi, Townalte 37 H.
""'""' V- Wnl- MMI. has died
iitlM Intention t n.uku I lnall'ro.,1
toi-.tni.iuh ui. i u, , .lj0V0 iIo;
crll.ed, .f,)M, County (Mirk Klam.ll,
t., at III. i,( l Klamath Fall. Ore..
'" ' Hili -Uy ..I August, limn.
Inliimttl iiniiit-n vtllnt H.,.M i,.i, ..
HiliiilUk, ,, Klamath , Oreem,
.1 "li.HMi,ii(hl,iiIIH, MS oM.K,.
AIIiiilIiiiiiI.,,,,, Klanmth Fallal),,..
K'Hi, Win. Uillsle, ., Klamatli Fall.,
Oll-gHII,
' Waiai,. lli'Kitlor. r, K
MHH'i: lOlt I'LIIMCVriO.V.
I'. H I.11111I orilie, Liikuvluw, Ore
it'iii. July ir, IDOS.
Villi n la hereby civen t,ut tl,..
Hiuti, i,f On nun has ,.,l ,1,1, r.
Hi" lu iipplluitloiia under t, ,)ro.
vlalwis of tl.ii mi of Cuutton of
Annual II. INtH, uimI t, utu u,.
(liiui-iiliil ninl nun iul.di.ry tlierito,
f"r tin follow. lug ilcairlbid jnd to-
Hit
Mil No ott,. f.,r ii'wi;, 9.-c
I mill nw i, nw i,; , Hi-c. M, T. 33 H
It il 12. W. M.
Mat No. OSC, for awijno'4, Hcc.
3. T 31 H. It. M 12. W. M.
Aid ninl nil p.-rsons clitlmluK ud
vera, ly Dm m,ita deairlbi-d, or desir
ing tu olijiit biiimai) of ibu mineral
ilmrnitir of tin, lat.it, or fur nny
olli'-r inmni, to ibu disposal to ao
plluint, should ill,, thf-lr affidavits of
liniti-at In tlila otnti-, on or before tho
10 iltty of Hi-iitcmlinr, l'JOS.
J N. WATSON,
"" II Itcglsler.
Mfiii'i: iou iM iii.irvrniv.
Vol I'iiiiI U-iml
ii p.utiiii ill of tin- Inli-ilor. II S.
I..1111I Oltlit- ul l.uki'li-H, (Iri-Kon
AiiKnat ' I'J ul.
Notlii, la hiTcliy Klti-n Hint (ii-r-tnuli'
I Hi IN niiiti. or Kluiii.itli Knl I ,
Oli'Koti. who, 011 Mil) ZS, I HON, mudt
luiilii'i ami Hloim Applliatloii, No,
llvv (K.tIuI No ii'SII), ror w'iU'U
Sictlon I7.T 31 H. It IU 12, W..M.
Ilia tlli'il noilii- or Inti'iitlon lo mukn
I11111I ptiHif, to atalillnh il.ilin to thv
I.iihI iilmvi' ih-airlhi-il, lii'fnrii County
Cti'lk, Khiniatli Co, ut lila offl(i, ul
Klaiiinlh I'alla. Ori-Kmi. mi tin' U'lh
hi) of (litohi'r. tVHK.
Ctalmunt imiui'H 11a wltm-nat-a:
UKuatn J. Ilii)ilun, W. W. Mend
I'lilull. Win. Ili'lli'iiinn, II. K. Ilaydi-n,
nil or Kin unit li Cilia, Ori'Kon.
J N WATSON,
s 1 11-1 11-1 1 ItPltlUlT.
Tor Salelloini-leatl llrllliiulalinii-nt
Four and one-half in I Ira from Mer
rill, Oregon: ICO acn-a fenred, 70
......... 1.. ..iiU.nil,,!, of ta.titti 1 firm
I nil en 111 turn ui " ". - -.--
j h lii Kjtntu4ia 1& aerial ri. 4 acrci
. i ..... .......I ua.1l tam mi nf anrrnl
inim I'uiii mi "ti ..-.
niiirm, rlKlit 2C50 pouiitli. One fine
I.. . t I.HB..Md ...ur (1,11,1a.
rrrenrrou ion, imim, -v-" m.mw
linker wiiKOll, 3V1: l" "b cow1'
, rnlf, oli yearllni: heifer, three
brood au. SO chlckena.new tO-lootb
burrow, M-lnch plow, two atovei,
luitifftliold furniture, dlahea uud othor
thlnca too numeroua to mention.
Price 1 1300. Would bo cheap at
three lliuei thin price.
Iltuiulro of 12. K. FITCH.
j8.k Merrill, OreRon.
For U-iim-.
llulil with eveothliiK new, illnlng
room kitchen, elfiht rooma, parlori
I) 11.. pnlniuiiKi. feedlni: from 1D0 to
jui) dull). Inquire lit lintel lorrl.
D.iirH, Ciillfuriila s!'f
lor Sale or Trade-Itesldenco and
huslneai pioperty In the best town
In Willamette willey. Inqulie at the
lloalon Htore.
To niakn rciom fur new Ki''"lt that
urn now on tho way we am illipnslnB
or ull aocond-baiid articles we have
left at prices less llian coal. Vlriill
& Sou.
WOOD HAWINU n apeclalty. All
order-i will rocelvo piompt uttentlon.
J. I,. Floldcr. im
(II. I wanted for koiutiiI housework
Hiniill fuuilly. Addres llox 27.
Kluuiutti Fulls. Oretjuu.
KKFI' COOL, Nice Hue of uiea'i
ulpacu coat, and fancy imU t the
Doston 8toro.
I louse "wanted by Heptember 1st,
nhiie school. Frauk M Upp,
L,t Wlulow Jowolry Biorf. -6"
MONBY TO LOAN on ranches, city
property and timber ltfnu IIAtLj
BIIBI'IIRRP CO. -s"
,..... olAontne and
Kor generui u """,", K -chimney
aweeplng call on Webb
Mongold. Phone 393.
I. , ,
LAND OF SPORTS
Klamath County's Lakes arid Streams Are Alive With Trout
and Water fowl While the Mountains Abound
With Deer, Dear and Other Hiq Game
Tim KI.wiiiiIIi ht.Iiim In tlfHlliiiMl
tit buomii tliii mi-mo, nf tin) I'ndlle
Coast lnvi-t of outdoor itportH mill
'" ''" lIH-il niiiiunlly l,y tliouttmitlH
jiif tiiiirlBtn IIh i Imlii of lakes, moun-
.tiiln utri'iiiim mill livers am iiinltlilesi
Milling Wlltl-IK or Mill United HIlllCH
for tionl IIhIiIiik ninl unsurpassed
,for w liter filial 1 1 1 rat oirupy the innr-
hIimi iih liiitihliiK KriiuinlH. Waters ,
of tin- l.iki-H nml ihi'is iiliciini'l Willi I
tin In at apiili-H ul trout .mil othi r
Killim HhIi. In tin- roii-xlH of tlio
iiioiinlaluH arii round ninny Kpcdi-x
of wlhl Kmiii' mid row I
tin- hiialu la imhIiiiiiciI h) hiiou
rnppi'il pi'iika of tin- C;iiuili' ItniiK'',
and to thi niiitliwi'Kl. at a dlntmui'
.r about Ki'Vi'iil) lulh'M, .Mount SliiiHta 1
sn
BBBsVP'S-t '.ll
BBaSriSHKaS X 25'H
IHsW1j5?Saa4mmmC' tflH
KMSSSMSkISSBM
tlio northerumoHt peak of tho SIit-'Hic
ruH. rears Its white crest to uu alti
tude of It, I In feet Mount Mr
i.auKblln (Mount I'lttl Is tho highest
of thn eminences to the north und
aest, lii'lliK about S.illlU feel. There
la no mote nttraclUe steiiinlioal trip
on tho entlie I'iicIIIc Coast than tlmt j'""' ,,r "' I'l"" Impossible to plc
ou Upper Iv In ni.it I) I .like with an al-lture with pen or brush.
An An.cdot. of Ell.wortb.
There uus u cbararterUtlc luc'dent lu
the early life of Culunel i:ilsuoith, the
brilliant youug lawyer who was one ot
the first uutable k-tlnis of the eh II
war. Ilia struiciclea to gain a foothold
In bis profeaaluu were attended by
many hardablpa and humiliating prhu
tluua. Once, finding tho man he was
looklug fur on a matter of uuiluosa In
a rvstaurnut he was Invited to partake
of the luncheon to which his acquaint
ance was Juat slttlni; down. I21lswortb
waa raveuoualy hutiKry. almost starv
big. In fact, but he declined courteously,
but firmly, asking permission to talk
over the busluess that had brought him
thither while the other weut on with
the meal.
The brae yuuug fellow- lu telllutt the
story lu after yeuiN eoufeaaetl Hint he
suffered positive oi;ouy at the sight and
amell of the tempting food.
"I could not In honor accept hospi
tality I could not reciprocate," was his
simple explanation of his refusal. "1
might starve, but 1 could nut spougo!"
-Marlou Norland's "Complete Ktl
quette." Starting Early.
Wangles was married leceutly, and
there was a regular ball of rice, con
fetti and old shoes fur good luck as he
got Into the cab. Moreover, on turn
lug round he wus struck above the
eye by a friendly tdiuo with rather it
heavy heel.
Aa the cab Immediately drove away
no notice waa taken of the accident,
aud, despite the large handkerchief
tied by his sobbing bride oer his In
jured opUc. the blood still flowed dow n
Wangles' fsce.
When they arrived at their destina
tion the newly created Benedict went
out to a doctor to get the bleeding
stopped. ....
"How did you come by this, my
an!"
"Well, you see, doctor aw I got
married this morning, and" com
menced Waugles, when Uie doctor
broke in:
"What I Has she started alreadyr"
London Answers.
Circumstantial Evidence.
"You say you met the defendant ou
a street car and that be bad been
drinking and gambling," said the at
torney for the aerense auriug iue .-a
AND SCENERY
moil Blriilghl-nwiiy niuni" of forty
mlli'i, Willi a varloty of wealth of
color In tln lionli'rlni: shorelund and
iiiliiH'Uiiii) Islamlx. To tlio pliotoi;
rapln'r, arimti'iir or iirofiiinloNnI, np-lirtclatlvt-
of tliu ln'autlfiil In nattiro,
tlio ri-Kloii offiTH lioiinillcKH oiiportun-
ity.
Crnlcr I.ukc, with Itu National
Park nwnallon, Is reached bent via
aaMaaaa i
M.imulli I'allx, .mil In niuiiln'ri'il I
aillollf till- Kl'M'll HOIIlllTlt ol tlio,
win hi. 'I his hod) or water In koiiiu
twi'tin Kipiaro nillcx la extent and )
IIim In tin- 1 r.iti-r of an extinct ol-i
(.1110 with walls 2U0U feet lilnh BUT-1
rouiiilluu II KoiindliiK xnow the wn-
ti-r of this lake to ho over '.'0(H) fret ,
in 1 -.t li . Tlio inouutalii In which'
lako U ulluuted rises boiiio S000
reet nboo Keu luel. Tho lake was
llrst discovered lu 18C2, and for a
Ioiik time wni culled "I.ako Majesty."
until Hie moro aiqiroprlato name It
now be.irH was applied to It. This la
"VeVrepIled the v ltuess.
"Did you see him take a drink?'
"No."
"Did you see htm gambling?"
.O. I
"Then how do you know," demanuea
the attorney, "that the defendant had
been drinking und gambllngr
"Well." explained the witness, "he
I gave the conductor a blue chip for his
, car fnrc and told blm to keep the
change." I.lpplncott's Magazine.
A Lucky Hors.sho.
The Australians when they find
horseshoe throw It over their shoulder.
A lady In Sydney found one and threw
It gracefully over her shoulder. It
went through a hatter's window and.
bit n customer who wus trying on a
new bat. This geutlcmau, under the
luiprcsilon that one of the shopmen In
.t tit of temporary lusaulty bad played
the trlek, promptly struck blm and ,
sent him through the plate glass win-dun-.
A general melee ensued, although
on couslderatluu nobody knew what It
was all about.
The Old, Old Story.
Old I.:nly (reading a letter from ber
sou lu college) Lor sak.es alive, Jo-
alar, If Johu halu't gone an done Ul i
An' he warn't no baud fer the gala I
author!
Her Worse naif Wut's the trouble,
Sumunthy?
Old Ludy Why, be says he's fallen
In love with Belle-er Belle Lettrea.
Urooklyu Life.
His Thanks.
"1 uotlcv," said the young man's em
ployer, "that you are always about the
tlrst In the otllce In the mornings."
"Thank you, sir."
"Why do you thank me 5"
"For noticing It." Chicago Record
Herald. Needed Practice.
"Little girls should bo seen and not
heard, r.thel."
"I know, tnatmnn. Hut It I'm going
to be a ludy when 1 grow up I've got
tu begin practicing talking some tlmt,
you kuow." VonUers Statesman.
A Contradletlen.
Although n womaa'a age la unde
niably her own. ahe sloes ant alwaja
wn It. Exchange,
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Mills Addition were ottered
at bargain prices a number of shrewd inves
tors bought; since that time values have
increased materially.
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
FRANK WARD
Land Salesmen.
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FROM
KLAMATH FALLS
: : TO ALL POINTS : :
Baggage Checked Through to Dettlnition
Sleeping Car Berth! Reienred
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