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....lulrll'iv "" !""" i..r miMt rli-itr uml .U..o'''"'M'",,U,r ;. ,','," in' - j prNttV .trttii. Mtnur, Merrill Ougon. giltKfll"J 't wh1 for N1"" ...,. t..-avourdrral Kto':x . n.w. rWT';- ...utf .l.,rn. 4 UnO""1" - jTffy .furr.i-i.1 fmm a to 6.10 i,Vlxk. A cor.11.1 llM UtfrMotll . fjre Alarm Districts fl-a No. 3...Vv.t tide "f rlvr r. nurfti No. 4-Soutli f Main alreel Iii the trIJg Center atracl. OUtrfct M. 6-w'ii" - - I lMUi. I""- III.I..I.I. I ptatrkt No. 2 S"1"" of M,ln' I waOiUr.fl'n.lnl. j nurVt No. I3-Sulh of Main, lw insTWW1" nun. nwrirtNo. II North of Main, he i i..lLlhL i ItmanWsnd Fifth. of Main, toi ""- .i U.., i f,itUtcnr.f han,.Srrnt .. rwdrvt r,. iu o"M"i DiatHct No. 16 - .Norm'" wan i Hk, bctrn Fifth aixl Sevaiith. DairWt No 21 -South of Main to' fdL Utrn Srvrnth ami S'lr.th. I vtnii. """ Pnujrt No. Si-North of Main t" HK Wtawn Svrnth ami Ninth. pbtrlrtNo.a-llol Sprlnca rilitrlct. MKtfMilnirKl Ninth. I pittrkt No. 21 -South of Walnut to, fba,brt"ttnl'ourtharISUlh. putricl No. 2S-South of Walnut lol ha. brtwfcn Sixth ami Kltflith. Duriet No. 31 - South of Walnut and lfEtahib. DUtrkt No. 32 N-rili of Illicit to .i l. 01.. I, ..! I'l-M. I IBfflW. w".... ....... -.. ...... Duulct No. JI-.Nurlh or JclTcraon, htttM Siith and Klghth. Mtrirt No. Si- North uf High to itttnoe, btrrn Klghth and Tenth. Dirirkt No. Il-Norlhor JtfTrraon, WtrNC Eighth and Tenth. Datrirt No. 42-Mat of canal. TWamrral alarm will In aoumlrd hj ikac U rapid drokva p.' tha boll, Wlaaaa by th number of tha dlitrlct aanita tha lira U lKtcd. which will It roraj three timet. When the dia rkl b rrpretented by more than one IfWf, u No. 21, after giving thm gen- ml alarm the bell will ho taiied twice, tan l lilt hi pauie, followed by four tap with a longer pauie, and then re fmtoi Iwire more beforo aoumllng the Itarrtl alarm again. Treasurers Notice Met U lurch) itUen that thcru are Inat la the count) tieaxiry fur Ilia re taction ol all nuutamling cunnt) Mrrantt protected on and prior l W; , DM. Inlereit on tame Mill out lion thiidtte, IWadal Kl.m.ii, i-.ll. ,,. imi. ... Ail, W. i L. Alva UmI, loiiiilyTii-aoiivr, MIKI 10 CRIMIMS IX THE COUNTY COUUT OF TIIK TATE OF OliniON FOH KLAM ATH COUNTY. WATE OK JOHKPII f'ONnEH. Mt'kASKI). Jollte ll llfr.1,1 irlvun II..I ll... I.. I I'1"""1 tMtaiiienl ol Jneepli Conger, "i "at iwen duly proven and a.l tO lir.lllMlM Nil. I ll.nl I..I.H ll M and Cha. , Wlllaon have ""ateiilvabiwliiiii ,i..u . .... .. " ..iviiiuih iwir "All p,rwn, having clalmt agalnat "MttUleare hereby requvtieil In pro- ,,', ,,,m" ''' H'f proper vonchere, anwn Hi mo,,,!,, rro,n l J(lB o Mt Zuf."" '"''"'iKne.l at Ilia Flrat "oJeS!t,",,, c,,5r ol KU,uth iKv0u'V'a,,'K,l o,r,on' ,,'i, '"oaiyolK-brnary, m. ".'"le (in,,,., li iiF...'.fc -"'wjoreph (,'ongiir, IVreaaed. 5E,E'18ww ha. taken charg'e ol ik. . ' """'"ru na "Vbt AmerUan dining . - -.nvn ui "?,tnrmi.t..h.i room, which iMtn.i V " "' ien cooaa S''TM la lhopl.ee to get "altliitown, U J'r'hT.lck.endU to Win-' All women cooka , 0. Helming ft Co. 'UT Merchant. ihlteM,OriajQ.,o f THE WATERMELON: Nat What II Uaad.to Be, al L.aet la tha Baling Tharaef, in the old day, when Ilia world war Bitch txillnr tlmn II I now, I hero were good watermelon, An riiiiiniiilMjr Ilium, llin wnt.r melon "f Itreiiiy lh .r thirty or tlilr ty( Jem ngu were bugo nfTnlr. Tli)' with none of your ovurgronn tucumlwr eftVcl or today, but ni-re grvnt I'll.' roil ml fellow, nml Ilia out able mi n ilnrl( Kti-i'ii. It ivna Ilia a.iliio alimlit of tirei-n n tliv rutlectlun of the lrir In II anliuiiillig hole Ami "lii'ii )ou aimk th Millo Inti. It tlm rind ilinil nml rrwi'Lcl fur twj Iir'Iii iiIiimhI of tln lilmlii. ninl tlm melon Jiinl Imiiilii'il ItM'ir iM.ii llulil mil Vim illiln't uu n knlfr i You llflml lliit rni'loii nbove jour lii-ml I ninl dropped II to tliv ground, ami It , liiiral oM'ii, n rut in n umi ninl n hundred tltlli'a Hi auiTt. Anil ion nt nothing hut tlm lienrl-Jimt tlm chunky rml heart. Nowaday tin1 inniLiilinnti kIh.m ).m an oblong iitTiilr ilnnw In pnl grr'i tjil gr.i-iii'ry yallcry alrlpe, nllli a whlt.V hlotch on tliu iiliirrldt, that Im call watermelon An J yuu rut It Into alV'ca JILu bologna auagri and tnl tt with n fork, like il. Ami you hair forgi.ttHi wlu-llur n watcriui-liii kht (illnk illnk or plunk plunk when II l rli, Ucauon It ilo-iii'( mako nnjr ttlrrrtica nuw Wilbur I). Ne.l.lt In Chicago l'ot. THEY WON'T SHUT DOORS. And Thr Will Hlrfa lackwanf, R.- rta a Travalar af Cngllthman. Trnvalra rrturnlus from Cnglaml fall of Ino liatilta ur Ihu khij.U ot that country which lniirrfil thni. On I" the avrraca KriKlMiiiinn'a avrraloii io aiiutiius in inir iwiiimi linn, Ui(jw (0w )( ttlU ,0UM.,;. ,r,nrkH one nlm ban touri'd Unglntnl, "for I win not In on of Ibrni. Hut I tnyl In a Imtrl lu " " '" ' B-1 ' :nllih vilf. nml n (Inirn lluira dly , ,,, , Rlt U(1 ,, ,, ,I(K)r t0 .wn tbo ilrart nwny -U didn't nmkc any lirrcr-nc whathrr It wai a wnniit or n icurat who wmt Ihroucli, the door war Irft ojwu. ThU waa In Urn aprlnc or Ilia tar, lo. whrn Iho nratner waa chilly, I notice! the rnino thliiK lu railway coachra ami ht.l or Miiallrr lo n." Tl" 0"""r I11"1' lcullrlty l prafrrcucr for rMluc UckwarJ on iraiua. lira i.iikh.iiuiiii "i.i iiiob lur tbe Bent with II lock to the engine every lime, plant btmielf down In It wttli every etldence or comfort and look wouderlngly al anybody who pick out a teat racing the direction tbe train I going. Not ouce did one American traveling In Kugland tee a native cuM.( a Beat racing the rront of the train unlc there were no other acat. New York Hun. A Wife In orxao. He la Hint rare aud grentiy to I admired wruii, n real lit u duke, ami be hold an ay over many worker. To give him hi due, bo I a good mm tcr, nml for the inot part hi klndnr la greatly appreciated by hi retnluera. Hut Ikil. Wlllct I a lnbrtvr wltb deiuocrnllc proclhllle and iimrked dlitaite for noik, nml ri-ci-nlly hi ducal matter determined that Iho one f thing to do with llob n Io dlamtra hlui, whcreuxill he dl.l ao. and Hob came to tbe coucluiloii that the tlmo had now arrived wbeu the pride or the peerage abould be humbled. The illf Acuity waa to think of omrthlug auf flcleutly biting, for the duke una a good toaatcr, na lint U-eii remnrkoL Tben an Implrntloii il.inhnl on llou. Tbe duko'a duche had ievu npMliit. ed a lady In walling to the u.ucvii, nml tbla waa llob'a opportunity. "All right. )er grace," be raid, "I'll go. but I'll tnke heart to aay thtt: Tbough I'm a poor man I've never sad to vend my tiil.aua out to ten ice, and tbat'a moru'n aomo people can gey.M-Ixodon Chronicle. Voting Term. "Ballot." aa generally ned, haa wan dared far from II original meaning of "little ball." Kwn blackballing" U no longer necenrlly literal. IaU' gnage baa to vera I fo.ll relict or prim itive method of voting. Moit fnmou la "oatraclam," which pcrpctuntea tbe memory of Iho "otrnkon," ine pox aberd or ahell UmI) which the Athenian dtlsen votetl for the baulnhment or a I too prominent iieraomiut'. Another In atanco la "Bpomlullck." the alang word for money. A Hndiiloa," prop erly a vertchrn of Iho aplne, ciime to . memi ny round thing uml In particu lar tbo VOIlug pvlil.io or na oiii equivalent. Cuitard. Concorulug cuainrd, or "cuatail," aa It vaa formerly culled, II wna a com moo Joko at civic fontl In Iho olden time to place an enormoua cuitard In tbe middle of Iho table, Into wblcb at tome atago of tbe proceeding tbe town uneipectedly Jumped. Ben Jon on uaei tbe term "cuatard leap Jack" Of one wbo "In tall of it urricre dinner took "bla alaalD leap luto a cuatard" to "nuke my lady mnyoreta .and bar altera laugh all their hood over their kouldare,"-BUckvood,a Magailue.x Ne Antwer. Toaay-Pop, n. man'a wife I. 1)1 better half, lan't abet . . Toaaaya Pop-8o we are told, B7 OB. 'Tuan U a, man marrlea twice there aW'tatjrtbinff left of Dim, I there r Taondon Tefegrapn. Avarice aaya, "1 will oppreia tbe week aud devour the frulta of bla la Dam, and. I -will aay that It U fat wf JaM 0-OfdUwd.',-VolBa7. , THE DIAMOND CROP. What Oecomaa of tha Parka of Oeme Turnad Out Each Vaarf Where do all the cryatMlltod (toil to-worth many million or f.Kmnd whkh (Nime into the rnnrket erery yenr? The illniuoml It tulil to le one or tlm hnnleat thing M nature and l iiniutlcnlly lni.ervloiu to wear ami lenr. I hate an hlea, though I am liMt cirtnlu, Hint mi old illamonit la nrery bit na gool nn n new one, aup (.inllig l.olh N-loiig In Ihu aniue claaa Uml l to any, Uhimomt do not wear out n iroutura or hat wear out. Thru whnt Im-coiiivb or Ihu thouaanda ami Ihi.uanmU turnv.1 out each year? I know thui thn financial geiilutea who conl r ol ihu illnmoml output keep the aupply tloun to Hid actual demand ao not to lower the price,, ami time there muM m n ateiuly ilamaud for them thing to the rnlim of mlllloni a year, niu) thiro mint be a gradually Incri-mliig Block or accuiniilatlou of them lu ring or tlaraa, crown, acarf plu and ao on, I'copli) do not cover theintelree all oter wllh IhcMt gvm and then Jump about In Ili.. atrevl to ahake thru off for the aale or humble fileude ami poor relation, a waa done by lite guiiily Duku of lliicklngham. A car tain ihiiiiIht, I know, are ttolen ertry year, but, arter nil, they are compara tively few, ami moil or them come buck Into th market In a ery abort llmv 'the man wl,u Meal dlamobda doae not eat Iheui, He dltpoiet or Iheru for tbo beiictlt or hi humble family, ami all be renlly iloea pMr, bonett and mlaumleratood fclloH) I to put tliein Into rlrcillnllon Where do they got lmdou M. A. I', JOSS STICKS. I The Procti of Thtlr Prtparatlan Hill Praitlcall Unknown. Ill all countrh- where lluddbttt wor ahlp la ri-h-htaled there I a great con aumptloii of "Jo tlrk." Tbeae cere luoulal eainlli-4 are lighted on occa alnii of fi-ailtlly or inuunilng. prayer or thniiUgltliiK to dlvliiltle. aud the like Ja th.k nre nt once candlea nml InreiiM-, tluce, like the latter, Ibry burn without apparent flame. Thru preinrnllon I hrnudel lu tome raye tery, nml the prrc I atlll practically iibkuovtu, thoie who carry ll on being cbmrii fnnii a irclal cla and kept In rlgorou eclulon A Biuaril atrip of bamboo, or vary. Ing length ami thlrkne, according to the aire of the llrk that la to be made, I klllfutly rolled on an Inclined aurface lu a mlilure of odorlferoua powder nk'k'lulluatrd by retln, made vlicou by alight elevation of temper ature. One of the crUI It left a It la, to tene a n handle. In aome caaee the lminl I replnreil wllh a fleilble rtHl, which enable the Jo atlck to be rolled In aptrnl form The iouilllou or the odorlferoua Miwdcr tarle ullh the country. TIii.mi uietl lu ludo China come gen ernlly fnmi the province or Canton aud Include rourtei-n drug, amoug which may l- named camphor, aan daluood, nconllr- nml dote. Aconite plnja the part or a preiervallve and protect Ihejoaa atlck well agalnat tbe attack of rati and mice. Chicago Ne . Tha Ptrftct Kite. Why oculiillou bn received ao Ut ile attention fioni wle meu we cannot tell. It may be that thinking and klaa tng go not well together. If ao, few of ua would re-julrelong lime tocbooee Utween them, or poudbly tbe aubject baa acemed to reo,ulre loo delicate handling, or It may hare teemed tri fling. Wo uelther know nor care. Tbe moit valuable practical leaaon to be de rived from experience and now aet down I that doting of tbo eyea la ea Bculhil to perfection In kitting. Aalde from tm hint Io Ihote of congenial nplrlt wo would merely direct tbe at tuition of thoto wbo may decry tbe Importance of tbo topic to the Influ ence of the charm In retaining bold upon oue worth keeping and rendering leaa frequent and batardoua tboee ab aeucea which are only too likely to mako the heart grow fouder of aome oue clto. aeorge Harvey In North American Itevtew. Cedar Shavlnga Wr Dogt. If your dog aru troubled wltb flea a very simple way to get rid of tbe pest I to provide bed of freati cedar abnvlug or, better, cedar exceUlor In tbo kennel or wherever tbe doga Bleep. Tbe aceut I not nt all uupleaaant to Iho dog, but I abhorrent to tbe flea. Wheu a dog'a coat get thoroughly tcvutcd not ouly do the flea leave bltn wbllo mleep. but tbey will not Jump upon bliu when he I out In tbe aand during the day. -Country Life In America, Vanity and Love. "Do you agree wltb the woman wbo aaya that vanity la a much etronger paiaion than lover' Well, I know that there U a greater demand for mirror than for valen-ttnee."-Clevland Plain Dealer. He Called It. I'eggy-Now, will you lUten to me while Utell you tbo plain truth. Reg. gy1 neggyrl'm all ear) rggy. Peg. gy-Tbat' ;ut wbat I wa going to My, ouly I ah'ould have put It dlKer-eutly.-llluitrblcd Bit. Where It Hit Him. "Cubbltou aaya It coats him a quar ter every time bo goea to church." "I bar never aeon blni contribute a cent" "He ba to get bla trouMN preaaed." -Harper's Weekly. lie run heavily wbo to fores to rua-Dtalab Proverb. . . , HER GOLDEN IALL An liitle'efrt ef ttvelutlenary Time en Lena Itlenel. , rrobably no game of IwM bf f9 feaalonil or college team waa ever watched with audi Inner lutertet, tot with auch outward Indifference, ae oae deacrlbed In Gertrude Vanderbllt'a "SocloJ Hlatory of Klatbueb." It hap pened In llerolutlooary timet, when th,e llrttlih aoldlera were aUtlooed ot) f.oug I aland. The InhablUnt bad bidden their valuablea Id all poaelbie placea. One lady concealed aome gold eotna lu a lll ahaped plncuahlon of the klud worn by the Dutch bouaewlfe, autnded at her aide. Bhe waa alttlng aewlng one day when a party of llritlab aoldlera entered the room. A young offlcer, apylng what to tilut waa a not ally, cut wltb bla aword the ribbon by which the cuabtoo J waa hung and begau a game of ball. Hooii the rut of the company Joined the aport. Ilolateroualy from band to band Ibe ball waa batted to and fro. It waa roughly analcbed and toaaed, and aointllinea It fell Into the aabea of Ibe fireplace and barely eacaped con flagration, Now and again a aoldler would catch It on the tip of bla aword and eud It apluulng on with a rent la lie aide. Every moment threatened to reveal the precloue coutenta. To abow Ibe leaat anxiety waa to betray tbe aecret, and tbe owner waa forced to alt un moved, apparently Intent on bar work, and to eee br fortune (lying tbrougb Ibe air at tbe mercy of tbe enemy. At laat tbe cuahlon, lorn and battered, but atlll guarding lu treaaure, waa return ed to He mlatrree, and tbe Intruder, tired of their play, left tbe booae. CONFUSED IDENTITY. 04 Thlr.it Said by Felke When Tahen by lurprlae. People taken by aurprtae aometlmee aay what they do not mean. A car full of people were entertained recent ly l.y a conversation wblcb neither of tbe partUlpauta fouud comic. Young People telle Ibe etory: A train waa waiting lu a dim eta don at tbe end of a dull afternoon. Ughta were not yet lighted, and It waa decidedly dutky wltbln tbe car. An excited and nearalgbted woman burr led lu, hurried down tbe alale, peering at Ibe paaeeogere aa aba went, and al latt aa aba dropped Into a aeat beatde another woman exclaimed, wltb algh of relief: "Oh, ll'a your -Certaluly not!" anapped tbe aurtled atrangrr, turning, whereupon tbe atfav taken traveler baatlly apologlied: "I beg your pardon, but It'a ao dark la bare I waa quite euro you were." Another woman In almllar clrcua atancea laarame even more confuted. She waa walling for bar alater In a railway ataltou wbea a gentleaaaa, looking fur bla wife and milled by a general reeemblance In figure and clothing, atepped up behind ber and, laying bla band on ber aboulder, eg claimed: "Ttiank guudueaa, Emma, tt'a your Tbe name be ueed happened to be really here, wblcb made tbe auddea familiarity even more atartllng. tbe Jumped nervoualy. "You're mlttakea, au-r' abe gaaped. "I'm Kmma, but abe lan't mar Centerlew tUtere. "1 didn't think you'd get ao angry bocaute 1 said 1 thought yon ought to wear gray anode aboea wltb your gray dress Instead of white ones. 1 didn't mean to oaTead you," ber friend very iweetly spoleglaed. "Never mind," she returned softly. "It was all right, but It made me an gry for two reasons first, because I bad to wear tbe wblte shoes beeanse I didn't bars any others that were pre sumable, and, second, becaase when 1 left my family of sisters, who nude every possible sort of comment on my clothe. I declared I would never stand It from anybody else. I ssjd tosaysslf that wbeaerer a friend get so frisndly that aba thought abe could treat me like a alater I'd shake her."-New York Pre. A Cause For Thanks. In lbs audience at lecture on China there waa a very ploua old lady who was slightly deaf.. 8be thought the lecturer waa preaching, and every time be came to a period abe would aay "Amen!" or aome other ploua exclama tion. The people In the audience, which waa composed mostly of the village church members, knew she waa being rsvsrent and did not even smile when abe exclaimed until finally tbe lecturer mentioned some fsroh city In China, saying, "I llvs tbsre." At this point clearly and distinctly could be beard tbe old lady aaylng, "Thank Ood for that." An Unuaual Taatc. "Hello, Jack, old boy, writing home for money V "No." "Wbat are you taking so much trou ble over, thsnt You've been tuaalng and fuming over It for the but two hours." "I'm trying to writ borne without asking for money," Then He Wa Mad. "Why don't you give tbs dsvU bla In ke snapped. V cant, dear," replied bla wife. "Tou're in sucb fine health now he may have to wait swhUe."-AUsatn Constitution. r . 1 RMvwkstl,. j. fthe's tbe most remarkable sUerly 1 tsc saw." rUossn't show her sgsV "Mot that. Doesn't, seem to' regrsl tC-Uulsvllle CourleMMirhal. emsAgjA tX m sany.-i THE OFFICE E. H. DuFAULT, Proprietor Choicest of Wlnei, Ltquorg and Clun Cater to the better claas of trade, with nothing to offend the moat critical. You'll notice the difference when you try it. Jutt tho place to drop In for a refreihlnjr bever ago when you need a stimulant Pure liquor of al. kind for family trade a apccialty The Cream of the Best Old Continental Whlikey Normandy Rye F. F. V. Rye Bottled Under the Snncnrlsloa of the Oorenuacajt . . . None Better . . . Sold By C. D. Willson Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH Of Furniture Is on Its way to the Klam ath Falls Furniture House, opposite the Amerlcaii Hotel. Mattresses already Arriving. "Our KespOBalbUlty cada whenever you arc sHantd." E. W. GILLETT & GO. 8bbt E. Withxow, Vice President Abstracting htaps, PUats, Itac Printt, Itc Klamath County Abstract Go. Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers Don S. Zuhwalt. C E. President Klamath Falls, Oregon Professional Cards DR. WM. MAKTIN Dentist Office over Klamath County Bank C.F. ITONI Attorney at Law Offiice over potoffice, Klamath Falls, Oregon T siaraonB 1 D. V. KUYKENDALL Attoraey at Law Klamath Falls) Oregon DR. C. P. MASON Dentist American Bank A Truit Co.'a Building We Make Little Fuss But there is 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 Deal. VIRGIL & SON At Dm Brtdtfe m Mala Street Fws Wanted 0 D. Wlllaon is la the market for all kinds of furs, for which he will pay vhe highest market price. Address bun at KiasMth Falls, Oregon. AIXXNSLOAH Secretary M. D. Wiujams, C. E. Treasurer CENTRAL CAFE Opea Day aad Night Private Dining Parlor Oysters served la Aay Style J. V. HOUSTON, Plop. Kluasth Falls fi WUteau. Truck & Transfer COMPANY Furniture and pianos carefully moved. Baggage wagon ana general dray ing. All work, given prompt attention. Buss to and from sll boat. Phone 108 COLBURN & YOUNG Proprietors Zim's Plumbing Shop Contrscttag sad Jobtiag Firitclasa Line of Plumb ing Specialties and first class Workmanship. A. O. U. W. BalMlag KUautaraUa Jackson Hotel Fort Klamath, Ore. Clean rooaut, good seas, and the table always sag piled with the beat the market affords-Teras rtsv soaabk. C. C Jacksoa, Prop. K .