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1 f THE EVENING HERALD lasa Mr. immI ftaaasv. W tfcs Herald Pwhltoliliig Company W. . MM1M. CMOurnoN tuns , to M , stt raantka. w aHns t nnUiiw nr to hut, i ONr IMO IN rmml ctotk oo rmw total tank. NawarArca Ijiw or OaaooM.-Btttloa sMot Um law. f Union siotMm tint wammr n pnaoncantronuui nmMfMr shall Mil wck ' w nf pnmi in um awn wiuioth -a-rtonnTnU"?Si!g Ma shaH mm craatt wih param. wtwthnr linnI vtHrrcintlirhVTKm nxrkani ItUaauttrMt. THURSDAY. MAY 21, IBM, I A Gentleman of Leisure. By Csffstaac. sVArcv Nacaajp. Coirriihtti. im. br in. AMcitd utrniry ittu. MARSH LANDS Oregon richest soil. R 50 per cent, vegetable matter. Klamath's greatest bar-Jains M !?20 per acre and upward!. Ewy Terwe. T-t--U&i i-JJJ Wtitt9tCttttSSt!UtttiK It was said of hlui along tbe street on nblcb he lived that Desiuoud Ir'llxgar kM vr.ni a laxjr i he wna haudsome. While hl nelitibors rose early and went to work Desmond Idled atwut lu the city parks, sitting on tbe bench. ninl rending pncra that brisker occu aut bad discarded. If tbU diversion failed be would stroll down Droadwar. wateblug. wl'li nn ejr keen for ererr detail of humor, tbe life that went on round hi in. Oecaslonallj be procured a Job nud then gare It up aa toon aa he had acquired money enough to carry lit tn Hi rough the neit three weeks. And as bta wanta were small a few dol lar lasted a long time. There waa no one dceudent on blm, and tbat waa tbe excuse be made to himself for be ing aa sblftleaa young fellow as could lie found lu a summer's day. When the weather waa warm be tronld toiler along the streets that hor dered the uater front, where the wind awept In fresh and cool and full of a tang of the sea. Here and there bo met acquaintances loading drays and hauling crates. Perching In some con venient nook. Desmond would amuse himself fur hours with comments on tbe season and tbe advisability of shirking labor whenever It was possi ble. It was on one of these occasions tbat be ueared a dump where men on wragons and scows were actively dis posing of tbe city's rubbish. There be espfed Thomas Macdonough shoveling away for dear life and the Urea of oth ers, for Thomas bad a wife and alz children. Aa Thomas paused to wipe tbe aweat from his brow Desmond strolled up. "flow are you. Thomas, Ibis ftne dayT k asked sociably. That must be hot work you're doing! Who'd thtak there was that much ashes and old tin cans In New Yorkr Thomas only anawtt'iras a grunt He ,bad no time for suck alasleaa con versation as Desmond's. Bat tbe lat ter, not a whit disconcerted, sat on a barrel near Vy nud watched tbe work ers and beyoad laera tbe ws rehouses and ( barfs and the forest of masts and .smokestacks outlined against tbe radiant blue of tbe sky. Ferryboats passed la tbe distance. Tuk went busily to and fro asd rocked tbe grimy coal barges with their swell. Present ly a hundred bells and wblstlea pro claimed tbat It was noon, and Thomas dropped his shovel with a great breath and stretched himself. "Why do you slop for such au In slgnlfkant thing aa a midday mealf queried Desmond amusedly, and then the words died on bis lips at the algbt of taw girl who waa bringing Thomas' dinner palL She wore a pretty blue calico gown which gar a glimpse of bar white throat Her eyes were gray aad frank aa a child's. Brown balr curled softly around ber forehead. "Here's jour dinner, ancle,' abe said. "I brought you soma sandwiches tbat I raada myself and a bottle of Iced tea tbat-wlll do your toarttood.' "You'l a Jewel, Kitty." Mid Thomas, "a Jewel worth harlngr So Desmond thought aa be regarded her. "Will you not Introduce met" be arged, plucking at Thomas' sleeve. "Kitty, my dear," aald Thomas, "let me make you acquainted with Mr Desmond Fitzgerald, gentleman of leisure." An adorable dimple abowed In Kit ty's check. "Dncle Thomas must always, have his fun!" aba sailed. "Have yon been working here longf nodding toward the dump. "I don't work here at all," aaswered Desmond. "On the river, maybe." abe hazarded, "or building bouses" "Nor This guessing game waa mak lag Desmond most Bocomortable, , "Oh, then, you're on tbe street clean lag forcer aba laughed triumphantly. "Nonsense, Kitty I" her ancle later- posed. "What's the good of all these' questions? He's what I .told you be waa a gentleman of.leleare." ' Kitty's face grew grave., "You've been 111 maybe and not at to workr She turned to. DesafeBd ollcttoosly. .- J" "I don't work at all except when I hare tor ha blurted. "Ob I" aald Kitty, and .Thomas' Iced tea waa not half so cold as, ber voice. "I'd beat be running home uow," she aald to her uncle. ' srh children will bs looking for me, flood day.' Mr. Fits garald," aba added, with a half glance over her shoulder at tbe miserable Dea- B$fid. She's a gnat one .to bustle,, la Kit--ty," observed ber tiac, htf Btosd eye fmiitttttm ha nlMlHu''lini ', 'Dft UMX MSCsf.WssUJtWl Job?'' was Desmond's abrupt qiior.v 'They do," replied Tbomns, nnd Dev mond went to work next day. It w very hot, and his muscles nehed, nud he began to think how re'resdilui: It would le to be sprawled on n park bench drowsily reading n pniier nud listening to the sparrows twtttcrlm: about the fountain. Shoveling nt the dump waa the hardest work that IV mond had douo lu the couroo of lit twenty-live years. "Bad luck- to me for tackllnc It I" Im muttered. "And won't 1 Ret out of It In the mischief of a hurry!'' With uoou catuo Kitty and Thotnns' dinner pall. "It la only for a sight of you (tint I'm here," announced Desmond. "Did you kiss the blarney stone for breakfast r asld Kitty. Her took of approval brlghtrued IVsmmid mine- what, but he was Mill In n dlignmllrd mood. "What's the ue of n man' hnUni: lo work at all" he eimiiiliilncd "I bat' what I don't see! Of enre It's differ tut If ,ou hae u line. ilv Job I e lh I had one like Matthew I'urrolV no soils nud plenty of puy-nr Jim John ou'a. Uwnlug n lot of illli li illuvert. (list's a eoiu'ortahte t titnu- 'lun b lull hu cut It. nud I nidi I Inn I liN luck. Then." nllli u iiieiinln;: giuim lit Kltty-"then I'd lue n wife ninl ll In tlneatjle." Kltty'a checks fl.iuuil nud her eri- flatbed. "The mau I marry," khe trlnl. "will flglit his own way up. He'll lnu n backboiie, not a wlliboui, .Mr le- mond Flttgerald." The phrase dwelt with Deiuinnil I ln- rent of the day. He rliuteleil ei fully. "A backbone Instead of n r Milnme be kept repealing! "The ilni-L nt ili. flrl to vay a llilni; like Hint to me!" Ills nuger ut Kitty became inure uu ! more polgunnt,' nud when 'riinmni poke to blm lie made It npp.in-111 in be wished lo hac uotlilni; turtlni in do with any member of tin- famiii r I Macdonoush. Next noon n toinle headiil jmiiij: lir brought Thomas' dinner pall. "Where's Kitty" Iteimnml eiilun-l to Inquire. "Sick." Thomas was huskily I n conic V Desmond's nnxer cooled wild n ri-d ilennesa astoulalilug eteii to Ulinncir A lump rose to his throat and n qu! s. mist to bis eyes. Sick, wn vhe. th poor girl! t.lke as not she hml titer worked helping her mint ninl the i tilt dren. Whst she needed nas kouh mie to watch over ber and take t-nie of l.er He would very evenlug. turn out his pockets cents comprised bis worldly store. Humor and Philosophy By DUNCAN H. SMITH r wfTmiHi..j liirs Wanted (J I' Wlllnon I In tliematkelfor nil kli.il if fur, fin' which lie w I pay tlio i'4 lilui nt PRRT PARAGRAPHS. The ttoub'e h when joil make n fol of joitmelf ou bne In levy on jour friend ' en jmi lire funeil to tniit.o up the v o ,xou linui In pay for It. Faithful N the touch ir n friend a long ii the tenpomo l Kiitlifnctory. Hie lie Hint iiro told n I ion t oil lire not mi cr.t harmful on Iin they n r" true (CaC7 ioA tbe) come Iwl " 7S eiirefully s XT H "ill Ihei nre I Si If V I..S T. 'I he onl) way to nvold hating In take thluitK a Ih l IV Hi it HiitUfiie- torily prtiirraug- a35 . 8taih In .tour backbone l nil right a long tin )nti kivp nut of u lliiiu.lcr how i r The reaxoii why the eonmleiici"! of Koine K'ople ilo not trouble tlii'in It ! caioe they hate none. The III nature of n peron U simply uiitiriinihlo when It couioh in direct eon tard wild yuur utvn. It In welt kiionu that n rliti tnlliiT lu law- I much in oro i-:tlly uni-mliil than n Kir one. Petition for Liquor License buy her some Bowers that J,,tf .aid pterlmt, a I its pockets be found that SO .. ,. , V . .... .. I to tiii: iio.Noii.wii.i: nnrNrv tdi'itr in' Tin: stati: m ni:i:- itiON HU! KI.AMATII (OI'NrY. We the tiuileriigniil, icnlilcnl" ninl I legal viilers of Hie pliclnot n Wiaal ItUer, In the L'otiiilynl Kl.lin.illi, Male of Oiegon, and actual it rbli-tito lli-nln, lid wlin hate itctuallt iiaie, ihi'iuii for inorv iban thirty ilijn iminuli itilt I pn-ctaliiig the dale nl ilgiimg mill lillng till' lilltlun, ihi lierebv leapinldillt H'tltlill .Mi II r IidhoimIiIi- laaly tu eiaiu mill Ikani. In .fiimt.i. II tVli.u.l.... .. ....I. -"-' .-.. .. ,.( ,.,l.l.'l, ., M- : lleeiitn t II C. F. STONE iil or mall lui mini in Ii-m iiiuiiliiira than mie i-allm lih'l mi nmrkrt price. Add Kl.it"nih l'nll, Oii'Kun, l.liim.itli lull I'u.Mc UUarr llioKliimatli fall fiiMIc Library l open exety nflfinonit fnun 1! t n:W o'clock nml enoli evening from USUI lo 10 o'clock. A cordial Invitation I e. tended In all. , Iki nut lui) bleiuliil wlilakev. Win It .toil ttiint pnio ttlil"''!')' fee llit III" jiuliip under the gmetii t' "Imiiilrd wnrehoui'iiliiin'i" I the (.'ontlnen 11 ttlil'key, Water Mill tthWkey, Nof iiiaiiilloitiuind f. f. V. )e. Nild by f. Wlllnon. I" Siiniiuons In lliel'liriill t'oiill "I tin' Slide nl Oiigmi lor KliiiinlliCoiinly, John KikuiK ptiiliittll, . Atiianila I'.ll.i Kiiiltili'li'iiil.iul,aiilllueiiill) lot illtnice. In the name nt lite Until nt Oirgmit I Ynii aielieteb) nspilnal In apa-r niin nutntrlberouiplAliit llleil Kiut )ou In llio alane ciilitlnl cull on or U-tnrr Nitiirdat. June i:itli. IHW, la'lng the lal da iiecrlUil In the order for nil llntlliili ol till ailtiitiiiilia, the llt.l UIIHI rallminl ttlilili being on .Sttnnlay, Mat "lid, llUt, ami l( ton fall o Inaiiaiter, for want thftiii', the plaiiillll ttlll apily In the court for the relief deinkiidiil in Ihe tvmpl.nliil, lllial lieielu, tn-ttll: lr nili'CiiedliiMhliig Ihe lainda jl nintrl iimiit cxi.ting la-tuivn plaiiillll nud tie- li-iiilunt j Ihla.uinnioiiaia ...rtiil lit piililicallou , in the Kti-niug III tal.l.b) order ol Hon. Ilenr) I. IkiiMiti, Judge o Hip ("In nil . t'onit nr Ihe l)il jiiill.-lnl ill.lllit ol Nlii'gini. diitnl Ma) lt, It'lH, tthlcliur. I del mpllroa .lllllllioria In la- pllhliahrd oiuiMt ttnk for U iiuiM-cullte weeka III. Ill Ihe lI.U nl Mit), t'AH. ' a i.. i.i:.virr, I Atlorneyfor I'Uiutilf. Professional Cards D. VM. MARTIN Dentist Olticv over Klamath County llsnk "It will buy a doxcu of some klinl of , '" ,,,e l'r" l,,rl "'"'I'I '"' X- rM ..I , OHl poslea, though." he thought, "and lx '""''. ' lli-Hrd. day of Jiil).!0r,, whafa a bite to eat compared to that? 1 '-l aa not nungry, auyuotv." , isoiue i iiinny giten ny Hie umlrr igniil, that tin a.litiuii will lit pre . wilti'il In the t'lillity (Vim ilfnrrml.t ! nl the court iiaiin in the illy ( Klu liiatli Kulla,.Oieguii, on the I at. ilp) Lt July, A. I. l:M, at kle hour of In nVlmk a. in. of mid ilny ir aa nam Iberruflernia.iid H'lilion inn Im hi aril. Pal.il tnii imli .laj o( Ma). I'ul. Jniuo. II. Wliiilir. Attorney at Law Ol'lico -iter laiatothce. Klamath Fall. gon He round bu way to Kllty'H tene ment with a box of pink carnation., and Kltty'a aunt opeucd the door. "Who will I aay they're from" she qvestlooeai In tbe subdued tone a-ople use In sickroom. "Tell tell ber they're from Dei mond," be stammered, swallowing bard. He groped hi way down tbe rickety stairs. Inwardly determined to send ber rosea every other day. An for tbe money, be could work even ing. There were always plenty of odd Jobs for a man who was willing. So each morning Thomas told him how she was. and all day long mid far luto tbe night Desmoud tvorkul with passionate energy, an envrgy tvblcb helped blm lu part to forget two dreadful quetlnun: What If Kltly didn't get well And what If there were another man whom she lottil "And not tbe lazy tngahoiid I must hare seemed," reflected onr Ik-mnond. musing bitterly ou bl wauled year. But Kitty gained and gained and waa sitting ou a rocking chair by tbe window when Desmond went to see her, a box of roses under bis arm. She was as pale as the soft while wrap per that she wore, yet slit- flushed at light of him and held out a thin little band. "Ob. Dcainoikl." she xald, "ynu'te been so good to me, and Ihe llotver were lovely. I couldn't haw got tell without them. They mudu my room like a garden w hen I used to lie tbero and look at them. And they tell roe tbey tell me you're doing fine!" "If. I am It la all owing to you, Kit ty," aald Desmond, fumbling lu lili pocket. "What have you there?" she cried. Desmond looked a bit shamefaced and drew out a wishbone. "Do you mind what you told mo about a backbone being the bent thing la life I've brought you this aa a sign I'll win my own way up Instead of wishing." Kltty'a eyes danced. "But, Desmond," she objected, "tbe bone waa meant to be brokeu, no sup. poeejruu take one wish more, the last of all, and then nave done wllli It for ever Twill be a kind of celebra tion." "Bight you are!" cried Desmond. "Here goes!" ' . Tbey pulled. "1 wlui" cried Desmond breathlessly. 7vlo! And do you know what It was that.! wanted I wished tbat 1 might marry Kitty alacdouough, the sweet est girl In tbe whole wide world." Kitty bid bar blushing face on Pen- mond's aboulder. "And I wished tbe very samo thing," she whispered. To all'-tutes'ta and purposes a man that; married Is a man that's harried. Trirrwmr U KAMI'S c. i:. iioy i ltd) II. Wire N. J. .Inliii'oii David I.'audey . II. (iiiiilrn-r J. i'.. Vom 1 1, r We I'. X. I'oUlpilT Frank lumpier I'aul I'iffona .1. II. r-iuarl Jl. P. Morgan W. M.TIioniRMtii l)til llrunuaii I.. (J. Drake It. A. Mou G.T.Cray Wnltrr DInou C.Cray M. II. Ili-i C.C. Hill G.S.I lot I W, J. .lamimti II. M. JiiiiiImiii .1. I.. V'IMI JoIiiiCi.iv M. F, I'arker I. V..(!iiIh U.K. .lo'll-a C. I ('lite I.. K ill'Mlg .va.mi:s J. M. Kinery II. II. Ixxwley C. II lluiicli , Am Drii4 l!olii il. laiugatiiii I,. V. (nwl.iud Ira Cuttle Wealey (,'nln Win! M. H-cii D. CJ. Cuiirliiey II.J.r-iiwMge 11. E, Noah W.ll. Noitini A. I.. Mellman J. A. (ijbaoti Clink Win. Di'iiloii I'. M. Diriton li- I leu ton !...(' Kiaiuoro .1. II. Heimlg I'. J. (Mm .Ilia, lleriilg ll'lbu .White Frank Hlvcia D. liynu W. II. Clmh I.. A, ('mini! G. C. Iliopliy J, II. IWry S. II. Kin D. V. KUYKENDALL Attorney at Law Klamath Full, Oregon DR. C. P. MASON Dentist ineilcau Hank A Trust Cn.'s lliill.llng CENTRAL CAFE Open Day ond Night Private" Dining Parlor Oysters Served In Any Style J. V. HOUSTON, Prop. Notice For Publication Depart iiieiil iil tint Inteiioi, I', 8. I.iiikI Ollicoi l.nkevlmt Cickoii, May 1.7, I'.ms, Noliie Ik hereby elten tti.it Albert HairiHon, nt Klamath I'uIIh, Onmi, 4 ho, on Nov, 8, 11U7, uiinlo llmhur mid atonii nppllnition, No, 0,', fur Sl'.'i SW'i, l-'tcllon -"J, Tnmiklln I!7 H,, Uhiiki) 1) I'.., Will. Mirlillan, rum llled notliuof Intention lo iiiako I'lnal I'looi, in cMabliWi ilaliu to llio laud uhota de acribeil, befoiu County (,'leil; Klumalli Co., nt bin olllce at Kl.uuatli l'alln, Ore,, nu ibo ntii ly of Ampim, iijk. Claimant namca u uitneMKoa: Julni (I, Schallock, ol KUuiatli I'alla, Orcfon, T. J. Stateii.oi Klaiuiitli Falls, Oregon, Albro Jumliion, ol Klamntli Falls Ore- Hon, Win, i;ariiuic oi i.uinnin ratta, Oregon- J. N. Alton, Ileclhtor. TlIH We Make Little Fuss liuL there is always something doinf at our place in the House Kurnishhfj lino. Wo carry the largest stock of House Furnishings in Klamath County. Sec us for a Square Deal. VIRGIL a SON At the Bridge on Main Street ei m mmm wmmmmmmm' Incorporated November 20, iqoo Statement of Condition """ ...of (lie. Klamath County Bank Klamath Falln, Oregon DKCIMBKR 31, 1007 IUSOURGES lAinns and DiacountM 5340,d:io.bo UontlaandSvcuritivH (J'I152b'iu lloal Eatatv, IlulldlnKH uml Fixturoa... . M,74r,.lo Cuah and SIkIiI KxcIhiiikv l(3(i,247.oj) $50ri.0.o.(f UABILIT1ES Capitnl Stuck, fully imid $100,000.00 Surplus and Pruflta 21,75U,u Due Other ltankH .'J2,O00.J4 Dcixwlta .. 431,20G.'iO SB00.040.51 I, Alex Martin, Jr., Candler of tin i n-,v., bonk, iki solrinnly swear that the nl-.w ,,r mint in true to the liesl of my kiio!.'hi ui..ii.nr AI.KXMAlmN.JII t.,J, SulMerilml and swurn In U'foie nu' ll i i, ,'i. of January, I'.nw. T ISralJ C. II ,rm, Notary I'ubllf f. r l , orncEKs ALIX MARTIN -E. R. RKAMIS ALIX MARTIN, JR. LESLIE ROGERS President Vice-President Cashier Ass't Cnshler Pioneer Bank of Klamath Basin -aat; THE OFFICE E. H. DuFAULT, Proprietor Choiceit of Wlnei. Liquors and Cigars r Catsra lu tiie Iwttrr riant of trade, Milh n..tlun toetttni tlw most critical. You'll notice the ihtTrrrnc tthmrw try It, Just the laro to ilnip In fur a ffrnhincUr bk when you nerd a stimulant I'urr Ivj'jori cf ill kinds for family trade a irrislty Ready for Inspection Our line of Carpets, Matting, Tapestry, Linoleum. Art Squares, Tabic, Lounge and Stand Covers, ii ready for inspec tion. Something entirely new Alto Silk Float and Feltolene Mattresse Brata and Iron Beds-Adjustable pen cil wo?en wire Springs, the only thing for hot weather. Polahed Oak Dining Sets and all oak Rockers. W. H. DOLBEER Successor to B. St. George Bishop Phone-Store, 61 Residence, 155 CHAR. K. WOUDKN I'rcsklent M. WOIIDKN Cashier'.' I'ltlll) MKLIIASB Vlci-l'rwU1 The American Bank-and Trust Go Klainalh Kalis 6 Wlnema Truck & Transfer COMPANY I'lirnitiiro uiul piano carefully rnnved. IluirifBKO wngon and ifeneral dravlr. AH work Klvcn prompt attention. Bush to ami from all boats. I'hono 103 COLBURN 6 YOUNG ' Proprietors ff JH. ItfS'v f"n " sasfcrnwi rru, L- , JJi pn iJl,iJl1lI ilil ,111 A EU RaBBBka .Ji-iirrTx-. iMnrr-zi . - : 1 . arm SBSI h4 . fi M m alBS lalBBl BBBBi C1K WfH EM H ol .. IFI UraasTaWPI M7KK RbbTbTbTbT bTsHbsT Mil m n !; gJimkm vsmM CAPITAL. $100,000.00 Cor. ata aa4 Main Street u v W$r'