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- -.fiAHCOPCNINOOPWITM JVompwti: Tocii or SHERWlH-WlUJtM PAINTS UNO VAMISHtS l jou nec.l anything In this line we HI l K11' " oj color caul ami uot price. U't tnotrttrtiin lult )u, c --iiiuk AMI MK UX Geo. T. Baldwin, HAHDVVAKK DEALERS Klamath Fall. Oregon ii -m i r WILLIAMSON RIVER and Soring Creek """" wm RESORTS TV I i-l Irmit ll'tilim III Oregon, l.trrllriit arroiillliadatliilH lor I4IIIM, ('impiiiK niilllta '"' "Hi h -n-1 a I t-auiping grounds and I.Kll lor irllt Fine ijtnri lor aluck. rrlrihoii ruiiiirrtlnn. j ArroiiiiiKnUtlona In go to tratrr Lk. Will tnrc t rtlra at Klamath Ijfiify. FRANK SILVIES fKOrRIETOR Klamath Agency, Ore. Zim's Plumbing Shop Contracting ana Jobbing UtilcUia Line of I'lumb ing Srcialllra and Aral data Workmanihlp. A. 0. U. W. Building Klamath Falla Jackson Hotel Fort Klamath, Ore. .-aW Clean room, good and the table always aip plled with the beat the market afforda-Terma rea sonable. C. C. Jackson, Prop. PACIFIC SHOE WORKS All Repair Work Done rroiaytlr and at Reduced frlcei Mm'a Hull Holes. 7.V; rolea md lleela, l.k'.'i; Udlea Hall Sole.. UK; Heela, L'fio J Child ren'a Hall Holer, ."ill eenta. . . . l'jtiliHi, with nil modern iiiachinery hop on Main SI. J.V.Hoiuton blk Professional Cards W. WM. MARTIN Dentist Offlce over Klamath County Bank D. C. P. MASON Dentist Aiilianllnk A Tnitl Co.'o Dulldlng c '. STONK Attorney at Law Oflllce over imatofllce, Klamalh Falla, llrejton TitrK0Ne m l. V. KUYKENDALL Attorney at Law Klamath Falla, Oregon I Polly's Me. j I lly I'MII.IP KP.AN. I ; Ciil'WlKl'l llirt ,y Aixiilnlxl I. It llv I'll Having iMiikiil cu-uHilne. lulu u mill Mix Hint iniild In) nornled Ihetelu, Mrx, Merrllnnii aald, "I am riiuly,"i Willi Ihu air of unit hWug lid to lli't fttnki'. Hit IiuiIiiiiiiI, wauhlug hir gloomily from tho lop of n trunk, Mild pollli-l, "At leant will wait uiilll (ho hIiow er la nu'rV "So." Hiild hU wife, wlllnliM Mini, M vilall In gn nl iiiiiv," "Hilt"- l-grili tho giutli-iuuu mi Hi" trunk, "At unci'.' Mra Mt-rrlmaii K-lti-rati-d lid her huhiiui'a gloom nlnii-il and di-iily Into ii utiilli' all. I'iiIIj." tin audi, ")ou look an filliliy nlivu )oti Ii) In ho aluti-l) " Him gimpid "Will )u kludl) order in) ali" Mrrrlnniii alld down from Hi" trunk "I'll do niDlldlig," ho mid luUi-nihl), "If )oil will only tell mo uhy )nu lire going" Hut .Mr Merrluinii had plikid up the lull tale the weight of W I, It'll liiadu In r aag dieadfully to one aUe "l,el iiii-inrr) Hml." In r huthand In Mill "It'a Iimi heay fur ) ml" Hut aim I lung to It dertnlrl) I might ii well Im kIii in lieur hi) lilllilelil nlolie, nil" aal'l, ' for I ahull hnu- In ilu It herrafler" "Uli, pill!"," aald Merrluiuu und lln-u la-Kgeil pnnlou, llko n gotitleliiiili ' I know how- )ou halu alnlig, I'oll)," he an Id "I ahould not forget " "It 1 rather late," hU wife ri-tiiluded lilm, "In I" rolitlileriitH of in) feel luge" "(ill, plf her huihalid Ix-guu, and tlii'll he alniii "I II Iflepholio for Ihc ruli at oner" When he had goiiu Mia Mitilmnu aat down on the ault (aao urnl tlghiil The aeti-rll) died out of hi-r rouiito lintire and waa aucietiled h) a awivt avrloiiam-aa "Oh, dear'" ln' tiiiiriiuir rd When Mi-rrliuau came up In an liounre thu call, howeier. alio wna alamllug nl Hi" window lixklug out "It la minion er) hanl," Mirilmun aald "I wMi II might liiduoe )oii" Hh" turiiiil around with upllfled hand "Not another moment." aim an 10, "will I aia) in iiih iioiie .Merrlmaii iroax-il Ilu- rnnm ipikkly Tolly," he deinandiil Mend), "wh.lt la tho ineaiilng of IliN Winn I left for the oltlce Dili luorullig )oii were AB ajK Uaial I") AHtOMam-NT IIIH-T iirr-Ntn iikii Ltct. ii,.. aiimu attii't wife I hate ulwu)x know n-everj thing ui tho aaiiie. I come home tonight to llnd jour trunkx i packtil and you dreasl and ready to WZ 'Xr Tor . moment ' Mra. M.rrteiau aee.iml to water: theu ad.. aaralallaWkril uu the ault case with dvlera-akiailoii "I'll write," alio xuiii, 'rrom n""- er'o." ' And an bo wa'x forced to let her go. 1 lit alood for xome lime on the froul " "l .bbbbw'' wrnvleX xtepa lu tho ruin, watching thu can i'a.nl)0llt y0u yesterday. We'd both been It wax awallowed up by the gra) uen, I KaiUK your last book before tulx now and then ho went Into the empty houae. Kterjllilnfc' aei'i'i"' " "l"'a1' ,tf "'"J of Tolly, of their two happy yearx of worried life. There wax the mission furniture In thu library, the faxclnat lug bookensex with loaded glam. the hooka that they had read together, the motto nter tho llreplace n blch they had looked night after night when tho Inmpttnx out und only the tlamoi light ed Hie dlmnesx of the big room. Ihere wax- Hut ho lert inn unnir) wu him nnd eiil uptaliH. only to be re-1 i.ui nirnlii nnd nu-nln of roily ax , he trlpp.il nter her Tuiklxli BIJ "' liroldend xllpperx on the thrushold c.r her Pink und ttlillo room unu .". her frilly dresslug gottu tluug ncroxx , chair, her cut glass bottles on bo chiffonier, her Ivory brushes ou tho dressing tuble A sudden thought came to lilm. h) kad xho left Iheae thliiEx behind? She had U'l-n elaborately lock ug the big trunk when he cu In that after oou "I'll ' fr " lnU'r" 8b.c U"J informed lilm ana bad crushed tho re inatulng article-. Uilo her " Why hadn't xho taken her brushes? Why hadn't .l k.u her dtwlna gown? Why were the slipper, left? A. a dawning thought came to him hlx face brightened. He went over to ,he trunk and HfteJ It. wna m light hat he moved It easily. Then he x ?.""...,. ii., floor deliberately and picked tho lock nml opened It It woi empty. Still amlllug be went ovsr to the Inset nml throw tno ooor wiao open. It will full of 1'nlly'x clothes. I.vlileiilly I'olly wax mining Imck. Willi n iiiiml ut iM., , rutiirucil to Jim lllimiy inn) i-ri.u .-, u unit for mr vv lomforl ii i i r t . . ,n f i , ' M1lur1",,J ,"( sasn Villi IIIUII I lll lll.tf. would pnax ipnaiy Hut It i not; I'nxx iiii kly lit. iiiNm-il I'olly unrftil. ly nml he reu viny serious hi liu' llii-ugld wlnl II mliilit mini ii If hIih alioiild nevir (i. urn hack Ami In tho I I'Tior of I li.it thought he went in jU 'l-lln'in ami ntlrl lip lull)'n iiintlivr. I Mill h iiioIIiit. anatti-iliiL' xleenllv. I Mid lint I'olly wan not there, hml not, In en tin M-, nml It wax midnight. Why wax lie inking her? What lind Imp-pi-liei In I'olly what? Mirrlmni iil-l ) dor fear. I'olly Vina nut nml was hile (;! llliK liuitiv. Itnl. of loiirti', nothing hml h-ipi'i-iii-il And I In n In' iinng up ihu n-relver Hut In- iniild iml iiili. Ida nun fciiri. I'olly h.'iil iii'ii r U-i'ii an Iniv. Perhaps the. uiliimiu isn't trustworthy. Per-lnpx-oh, Hiiro nero mi niiitiy dreadful potxllilllllea lie atumhliil llpMulM In L't't uu I Kin it lint i' uoiild U" out In I j thu iiluht mid l,k fur her, he would hum up I In I minium, ln nml then he Moppnl ili nil Mill on I ! (hri-ahntd of liu- pink ninl while room, for Micro In tin' big ilnlr, with hi-r hIiIiiIiiu hair fulling all nlxnit her. Willi Ihu gold 'iiiliroldi'ri d allpperx iivplng from be neath tin- fnlili of Ihu frilly droaalug K'imii, win I'olly fait ailc'pl And pinup.) to the top of her choir wu u iilaraid on which In 1,1 IctliTi wn wrllli'ii April rnol!" Aa hi C'Ih-iI In iintoiilnhuicut I'olly npi'lnil hi-r r)-a "April fmil," Mil- unlliil alii'plly "How did )ou Kid In" lie ilfinuiidcl ua In niine mid aloud out Iiit. "I hid I In- ruhuiuii drho luu for four hlooLa, nml ihcn he drne mo hack, mnl I idlppiil ihrniiKli thv dining room window I li'ft It i,n'U nu purpoa. I had ( i-li-.t In run lUlit In uud rem fi thul I wu fouling, hut when I (nun' up nml found I In- trunk opn I thuuttlit I d lii) In ii- nnd li't you w on ill r n hit And Hull I wt-ut tn alct-p, and thiil'ri all," hi 1.1 pretty Tolly, 'Oh, I'olly," her huilmnd n-proached her, "how rould you-how could J on JoLo on nurh II hi-rlnlia Kllhji-cl V "I wmid-d In mi' how you would ait." I'olly I "Id lilm, "If )ou thnuglit I waa going In trim- )ou" "Hut" III -11111 v wna t-ry ali-ru. ' I wauti-d In get i-mii " I'olly aat up and tulLoil fnl "You rt-uiviiitfr Inat i mr, lluli ton came houie oud told on- the hunk had fulled omi Hint )u had lit )our uione) You wnnted to4uho, on Aiigmt 24, UJ1, made hoine . ir i-niilil lute )ou II )ou were .r. und then )ou told me It wax an April foul " M.-rrlnmii looked cieMfullvti. "I for gut that." he aald, "hut" "And what It ml U( i- for the goone la aaura fur Hie gauilir," aald hU wife aereliely. 'e, it la," Me rrlmaii iidmltleil man fully aa he drew Ida wife Into Ida a nun. "hut I think wo'd lltr let audi Jokex nluiic In future, xweetheart. It hurU too much, toil know " I'olly put up her lips to he limed. . "Yea. It d'H-H," alii u liUiieretl, "I came ' near ghlng In when )oii looked h.i mlni-rnlili." "Oh, I'olly, how iniild jour' Ho wut holding her ilu. And I'olly, reut Hit mid lK-uilllfiil. roiifi-aaed In hU ear; It wu Ihi-iiumu I wax n lltllu April foul, lloli We lire Imth n pair of April fimla " An Anchor to Windward. 'I he solemn faced man who drove the atBKe let ween Wlllowka; and Oreeu Held outer lost an opportunity to dlx play his knowledge to i-new paxaen ..... ..... i..l l.a ii i haantrnmrn la grr, nor liau ne evcrnoarai auunu iw autiresx hit opinion on any aubject, jl' m. .. no matter what It might be. "They I..H im ou'ro tho man that wrote tho ... i,ni'a riiunlua now lu one o' tba b. ningiiilnea. I forget which Mia," I M ,, ,0 clllH!ry ,)alenger I w ,,,, ,KW, endeavoring to ask a J S -.W lb. a cmalli .... ,l0...r mrued my hand to writ-' . . ... ..... , leg," aald the Mago driver, flicking his u,)rea In meditative moou. ".o, air, ite been loo much took up with other 1 tiltiK'. but I read everything moat. 1 (mtlug ii Utile talk with WU Searx Hie. XOW, uo you reiy ruuiTij u n hat jou wrltu for n living?" "Not entirely," aald the author, with J tie humility. "That's what I thought when 1 flu (shed the book," and tho atago driver looked kludly at tho man of letters. "I'm real glad for jo that you've other meanx," he said beuevolontly. "Got em well Invested, 1 eipect, too. I told Hill Boara that waa inoit likely tho caae." Youth's Companion. Only a Certain Kind. There Is n story told nmoug the peas- B,,iry of .nco IJleswIck, tho former uanisu ... .. .l. ...AH I. pruvluce uunexea m.er uv mi I8d4 of how I'rluco Bismarck waa coufouuded by the tongue of a ahop herd lad. Shortly after the cloao of the war Prluco Ulxmarck weut on un InspectUn tour through the province, us he desired to study the feelings and sentiments among the people. He talked with the peaxanta, getttug val table though uot alwaya agreekble In formation. For days be waa annoyed by coustautly hearing doga called "But inaiek." Uexlrlug to know what It meaut, be called out In a gruff voice to a shepherd boy who had uttered the dreaded chancellor' name In connec tion with his dog: Are all dogs In this country named Ulxmarck?" "Ach neln. melu herr," the urchin re plied as he doffed bis cap; "os Ut bloaa die scuweinnunde" ("Ob, no, lr; It le only tho pig dogs"), ' To Qo With Thtm. "What mnkca Jones no cconoinlcnl thexe day J" "Homo ono (tavo lilm n pnlr of gog f ... . . ..., i . .. '-, hiiu uoit uuh hutiuk uy ior nil autouioblle' - Llpplncotfs Magatlne. . A Hops. Tli umplr loudly ahoula, "I'M balll" Tli playara mop In view. Tli crowd In aniw.r to tha tall Kxclalms, "Wa liopa tlii-y dot" -Washington HUr, An Old Frland. i "Oood ynru, chV" chuckled thu atory tellir when ho (Inlahcd hlx anecdote. "Yea," agreed tho patient llitcner wearily, "I nlwayx did llko Hint one." nolieinlan Magazine. Dagrtaa of Sanaa. ' Thera'a "flna ane" and coaraa aenaa," facli aiod In Ha way, Hut tha nno who hai "hora actio" Knowa when lo aay "nelnli." I'hlladalplila Treaa. Tho Ono Cxcoption, I.lltln Wlllle-Hav. on. la llilittnff nro. I hlhltcd hy law In all the xlatex? i-a i iienere ao, iny bod, except in -the matrimonial itate. Chicago New, i Happlnaia and Troulla. Tliouih rlchea don't brine happlncaa, For troublt wa ain't ap'llln'. It takta tha Haali of aolld caali To keep tha pot a-bllln', Atlanta Conatltullon, Notice For Publication Pcpuitinrnt nl Hie Intellor, V. S l.and Olllinul l.ikvvieu , llri-gon, June IK, 1'Kis. S'ntlcelx liin-liy given that Ili-rU-rl .1. Savldgo, ol Ft. Klauiotli, Oregon, who, on Kepteiiiher '', lt02, mada homealead, No, "7":!, for SWJ, Kectloii .'U),Townahlp3L'H., Itange'K., Will. Meridian, haa flleil notice ol In tention to make Final fhe jear I'roof, to ratatillali claim to the land ahove de-acrllH-, Udore County Clerk, Klamath fa,, nt lilfofllce, at Klamath FalU.Ore y,on. on the lat day ol Augtiat, 1UU8. Claimant names aa u'llneaM-a Christ Welrx, lOdd A-ver, Charlie Martin and James Kmerv, all o( Ft. Klamath, Ore gon, d'ii J. N. Watso.V. Hegliter. Merrill Valley the bean of KUnuth. Notice For Publication Department of the Interior, V. S., Land Office at Laketien-, Oregon, June m I'.Oi. Notice la herehy ghen that Am Fordyco, of Ft. Klamath, Oregon, stead entry, No -.!, for bits II, IL and 11 Uultnnl T.nnilleXlS.. It.ir.jn "I.'. i:., Will. Meridian, liaa (lied notice ol I t Intviitioii to niako Final five year I'roof, i to extahliali claim to the land above de- scilUil, betoro County Clark, Klamath, , County, at Ida ofllce, at Klamath Fall), ' i Oregan, on the lutdayol Auguil, 1908. 1 Claimant name ax aiitnessei: Jamex (Ionian, K. M. Lever, II. J. Fuvldce and Chni. Martin, all ol Ft. Klamath,' l Oregon. ! J. N. Wathos, IteglMcr. ; petition for LlqUOr License TO TIIK IIONORAIILK COUNTY COl'UTOFTIIKHTATEOF OREGON FOR KLAMATH COUNTY. Wo the underaigncd, resident! and legal voterx of the precinct of Wood llher, m tho County ol Klamath, Slate ol Oregon, and actual rr.idenU therein for more than thirty diya Immediately preceding the dato ol signing and filing this petition, do hereby respectfully pennon J'our nonorauie oouy io gram '.d issue to Jamex II. Wheeler, a real .. . ...it- . dence of said precinct, a license to (ell ...i.i ,.tnA... iu...nii m. mail in, .. .. ,' .....'mu n,. -. .,.nnn UUH III IT UUeillllii:. iii.u vnv ..vt., . . --.(A. .,orM.d ,or a period ol " ' V" "todJoh, jlxmontha, from tho 3rd. day ol July, Aw,t J signed, that thlx petition will be pre acnleJ to the County Court aloreaald at thecourt room In the city ol Kla math Falls, Oregon, on tho 1st, day o( July, A. I). 1008, at tho hour ol 10 o'clock a. in. ol said day or aa soon thereafter as said petition cau bo heard. Dated this 10th day ol May, 1008. James II. Wheeler. NAMKS NAMES C. K. Hoyt J. M.Kmery II. II. I-oosley 0. 13. Hunch Asa Dropo Ralph 11. Langston I W. Copland Ira Koglo Wesley Cole D C.Courtney Wm.M.Hkeen II. J. Pavrldge D. K. Noah W. II. Norton A. L. Melhaso J.A. Gibson Clark Win, Denton F, M. Denton l.eo Denton I., C. filimore J. II. llesslg F.J. Oden Jri3. Hessig Rube White ""Frank Silvern D. Ryanx Roy It. Wise N. J. Johnson David Ramtey S. a Gardner J. K. Voie G. F. Voso F. X. Dompter Paul I'irsonx Frank Dompier J. II. Smart M. I. Morgan W. M.Thomasnn Louis Itrannan L. C. Drake R, A. Moon G.T.Gray Walter Dixon C. Gray M. ll.IIesa G.C. Hill G. S. Hoyt W.J. Jamison R, M, Jamleinn J, L. Voso John Gray Notice While the lime I have on hand lasts It will be sold on demand, alter it la gone U will be necessary to have 30 days no tice to permit ol my burning another Kiln. If you want lime this Summer gxjt It now. 0. D. WHUon. -Hot Weather Eatables- 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 .... ffitifiSST!!?" VAN RIPER BROS. FURNITURE Oisr goods are new and attractive. ALSO THE PRICES . W. GILLETT & CO. Uebt E. Wiihbow, Vice President Abstracting Maps, Plana, Klamath County Abstract Co. Surveyors and Irrigation Engineers Don J. Zumwalt. C. E. President Klamath Falls, Oregon East End Meat Market CRISLIR & STIUL Proprietor f.jSMaBBXXKhteA V I PI . ' I V Mutton, Pork and Poultry Fresh and Cured Meatx and Sausagex of all kinds. Wo handle our meata in tho most modern way In clean liness and surroundings. Try ua and we will be most happy to have you for a customer. Free Delivery. MILLS ADDITION LOTS are Advancing When blocks in Mills nt bargain prices a number of si tors bought; since 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 xxuuiiv nnnu Land SakameB. The Gem 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. WOOD WOOD 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 T T. TIFLDER Wood Yard and Office j. jj. riCsXiifxR. Netr clty HiU v Phone 84 3500 Acres Free Thu Lakeside company has 2600 acres of land itndei the Adams ilikh that It will give RKNT FREF. for one year. This Includes the uso ol the land and water. The renter -must clear and place the Inn.l lu cnlltvation. The rent er gets all the crops but we reserve the right to pasture the stubble, I Tho Lakeside Company, J, Frank Adams, Manager, Merrill Oregon. ALLlt. 1.1 OA Sect -tary Blue Prints, Etc. M. D.WlUJAM8, C. E. Treaaurer Additi that time values s Office on Fifth Street wlArf iCSJxtf,-rr?SiC.-iJ. I .bssssbu nfil 1ssaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBHpaaaaaaaaMLXaaiB ri. "4Bxm. JaaarlN ,ar PTTi tag- Jmm CENTRAL CAFE Open Day and Night Private Dining Parlor. Oysters Served In Any Style J. V. HOUSTON, Prop. The Stills Dry GooJs Co. has received several shipments of Eastern dress goods. Call and Inspect the new line. r sssssssllsssss 21 have I BBBSaai RSI 'Mi Hit 1! f2 -fc "-" awj! stBJ JaE !aaaaaxl iiK'