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“?». 4ldu't you ««J ■ cat baa bin«
"I may hav« remark««! that that la a
'*Th«n our cat mint hav« l<*t right of
tk«m b«for» w« got h«r. *esti»<> I IM b«r
Sows lulu th« i-lstcru Just oik «- tor half
•e hour and «hr tool a aw ful i!«ad now ’*
—Cincinnati Commuri lal Trlbuu«
Yes. tniun, time« are werry
. and funeral ext» »■■'■ « m«a
leavin' It on to when my
a I won't used burylu'
T«u re«l a «mln within goer aide
Th«i malie« you «loan aid shake;
“Aetiahdlrlll« aut« ' you think,
a« la »au« «I ■ » « ><>u quak«,
A«d to a h'i-i'll« you «o
«ed «kloroforni you tab«
Th« Soriot rate«« ai>d rute and linde
The gain w«« hut a »ah«,
IS« «aie a lai«. >>n your side -
*'Jw«t «pened I'l mlalah« "
CMABCK BOB À UAMGAIM
lutti« Filasi« oh »«lumai ber« •
ynur ebsace In gel in» a 11(11« brolher
ll itoean't mattar If he le
■nilad. I eau wesl> bltu Ciuclunatl Kn-
TtnwbV« ■ a thlGf It doran t pay
Ta •< her .a* d vr b rr w
T>* man uf wsJum r• rr giwea «ay
Per re th • • -.i<1 t •*?»•>«
Berh do* !• b »ur.d lo hn»e hie day -
Tour a eraj lawn !»• «sorrow
After th* Ball
Mre Nagg ■ l>v tuniiiMxIngl Oh. but
«I4S I I tout ><>u. ibreigh! You bad no
Maa you wrre nuiuig with your own
Wife all «vexing
Naggsby That'« right Tira were x>
•eky aarwabla I was ootuplelely
«e»î«4 -Cincinnati Enquirer.
Tosa She tabs « good deal about
Ser grandmother's p.a!Hon In «ociaiy
Jeae W«U. all ber grandmoibrr a
pualUm.s were In s a lety
eng««*1 as cook elih any but I he
vwei.ees fare.Ilea Philadelphia i'riaa
"Bay. why dua l you keep yore hog«
wt sv my cura?'' aeaed Bliss Haris,
Why don't you keep yore corn out
«V ay boga** queried Hiram (Micake.
aalasly —Giaciutisi) I nq ilrer
The Btapld Coppar.
Jsd«« (aternly) Dids t I tell you the
last Um« you wrre here that I never
wasted you to <xiaie before tne again?
PvtMHier Yea. sir. but
make the policeman believe It Clucln-
nall Commercial Tribune
Mr« Benhau. I belie.* there's a bur
glar la the pastry where 1 put the pie I
mad* this afternoon
Benham Weil, I guess It won't be
aeeaeaary for tn* to go down, the pl*
will do th« work
*'Xv«ry man should give his wir«
yoeket money," said lh« liberal man
"N«rt»senae!'* answered Mr Grumps.
“My wife doesn't hold onto money long
eaough to put It Into her pocket"—
Bl« I repression.
"Tloe« your wife Insist on having the
"No, answered Mr Mrekton, "when
Henrietta gets started there Isn't any
laat word." Washington Star.
Th* Woman'« Prerogative,
«ay. don't you
what • thl« woman's right that they're
always talking about «h, what?
Dick — It'« what they always «ay they
“Old De Member Is satisfied that his
young wife Is an angel."
"Ye«, and she won't be aatlsfied un
til she has made one of him."—Phila
Patlenc«—lan't your friend Geòrgie
Patrie«—I don't think he ever en
tertain'd an Idea,
Mr Youngliusband—My wife and I
are always of one opinion.
Cynical Friend—Hers, of course.—N
POSSIBILITIES IN CORN.
■ •at •«» th*
Changed Condition« Affected
Their Cinsaificatlun tu Sev
A traveler who recently sju-nt
aoiiie tint«* In Ireliind watt tnudi hi
ler«*sted in uii orplitin uayliini with
the founding Hlld tnniiilclinnce of
wliieii th«- family aliv wits visiting
had hud much to du, rt-luh-s
<»n her first ins|H-ctlon of the
place, two bright, rosy little ■ Is
let«, who Imd been rescued from u
Ilf«- of squalor mid aliuat- but a
a li or I I line before, w er«- pointed out
lo In-r. They oterhear«! her call
them "I wo of your little orphmia,"
mid cmuc forward hand ill hmid to
correct th«' stuteniciit. Bobbiug
a littl«- courtesy nnd looking
eagerly in her fitee, the eldest mite
“li's orphans we wns, tiin'nm ;
but we're inmates now."
Th«* next day she nn«l h«-r
friends «topped to ajs-nk to a In
borer with a Inrg«- fmnily, who
Imd I mi - ii reluctmitly obliged,
wlo-n his widow«-«) sister's Iwiy was
'eft upon his hmids, to allow the
'ittle fellow to come upon charity.
His pridt- and Ids affections had
liot h suffered ill dolUg SO, lilt hough
he knew the boy would be well
“And is little Thad still nt the
orphanage, Michael?” u«k«-<l one
of the Indies.
"<h-h, no, in«- lady dear," was the
joyous reply. “Thanks In- to the
saints, he's mi orpliin no longer;
h«-‘s workin* at u I hrs dr out side."
A few dnts Inter the guest wna
talking with a young man w ho limi
spent some time as an «‘inploy«* nt
the nsyliiui, and who. she under
stood, had Inu-n brought up there,
in this she was mistaken.
“Not by any manner of menns,
mn'tii," h«- nssiinu) li«*r. "Me father
onlydiednjcitrngo, mid me twintv
the «lay of the funeral. Mure I'ui
not au orphan nt nil, nt all!”
GOLD HUNTERS’ WEAPONS.
TALE3 OF IRISH ORPHANS
Buine Lately Flowed Up in Kam
Field Balte« of the Saarly
While plowing In his field near
Eufnuln recently Mr. Charlea Gib
son unc<ner«*d a Inrgr numlier of
wrn|Mitie, «<>tne of which were
rifl.-a of nn old style, some l>lun
lierbnaai-s. n few old time pistol«
*nd a couple of sword«. Ail then.-
wi-a|«itu, aav« the Kati«nn City
Journal, are iu n fair state of pre«
erration. and urv apjMirently of
lion, a part) of nd venturous Npnn
lards, nunittering 54, lu the year
Itifil, left New Orleans on burros
and »« lit to the territory in
search of gold. They secured nil
the precious metal they «-■-uld
carr.t, and on their wax back they
were beset by a bn ml of NhawiM-e«
near Ntan«Mng Rock, eight miles
east of Eufaula, nnd a great bat
tie follow<-<l. The Spaniards, with
the exi-v-ptiotl of two. whoeacu|M-«l
on n rnft. were annihilated.
It ia «up|M>»ed that the wen|M>na
plowed up on Mr. Gibson's place
are the ones that were ua«*«1 by
the K|Miutnrd« mentioued above.
F««r boom * time past it had been
rei'ognihed thnt thechtirch schools
in old Fori! were in a very unaatia
factory condition, bat no funds
wer«* fortlieoming to «-nable theni
to I m - red«*c«»rated. TIu* newly ap-
|H>int«*<1 rector. Her. J. H. Kitcat,
togvther with hi« elerg.v, the ment
bera of the local brauch of the
t'hurch of England Working
men’a aoeiety, nn<1 Mr. Georg«*
l.ansbiiry. Int«- «oeinlint ntid rad
ical cntididnle for How und Brom
ley, aet to work to ai rub, wawh and
paint the acliool. Th«* work was
expeditioualy completed, nnd the
parlahinncra an* uow p.oud of
their «pick nnd apnn educational
They Beelst Moisture.
In Lnpland gnrnu-iit« mad«* of
reindeer wool are fntnotta for their
moiatiire rettiating jirt>|M-rty ns
well ire for their warmth. The liair,
unlike that of ninny animale, is
not hollow throughout its length,
but ia divided into many water
tight cell« filled with air, w hii h ap
|M*ar to l>«* under compreaaion, an
that when the garment« are
placed ill water the hair, or wool,
gwella without breaking, and the
wearer ia buoyed up and <lo«*a not
readily sink if he falls overboard.
Such garment« are In common
uae among the Swede« and Nor
of Sr »el < o
■ ■4 (altiva*
tloa of «too lull.
Z«perlmenters Must Obtain Govern
ment Permit to Curry On Animal
Tosta in Oreat Britain.
We only raise a little more than half
Psrunn iu Great Britain who flextr«
a good rar of corn to iha hill In th*
to pi-rtorm vgperlu.eats of any kind
United Htaias, assuming that a ,'»>d
upon animal» luust Aral obtain a gov-
ear should weigh a pound. in sum« nt
vrnu.ent Itcenas. »a/» American Mailt-
the beet corn ewtluna the crup equals
I he annual report of thl» bu
au oar to the hill, but there are many
reau for 1>‘1J i.na be> n l».«u«d aa a par-
stai«« where It Is eieep'lr nal to find
llatuentary paper a <1 show« that dur
an ear weighing over half a pound, and
ing ths year 341 peraon« were so U-
It Is a rood corn field where there are as
i suaul, k7, bow i ver, performed no «1-
many stalks b< arlr.it rars of half a pound
Fr<x,f was luruilbail that
or over as there are of stalks that brar
11« naaea are grunted to peraona fitted
only nubblna or nothing at all To any
by training and aduca Ion to carry out
one who has never Inrestlaati d the mat
eipiriu...uia mid prolll by them, and
ter closely It will be a suprise to rount
lu the >i only up«>n r«< oiniiieudailun of
the number of barren stall s In a row It
wail ki.oun acl> uUata.
Tua uuui. tr
we select good »< ed corn from so atersge
of ei;.«-i iiu< nU in 11» 13 was I'J.OM, in
tlrld. taking only ears that wtlgh one
4.17M of which anMthctle« ware em
pound or over, about t»U per eent of the
No opera'ion mure sei are
brrnels planted will produce cars as
than sup« rfi'-lai v»uv«ecllon u.ay ba
good as or belli r than the original From
done wl.li./ui *n< ameilzu g the animal,
IS or 20 per rent will grow barri n
luapeciloii of pi ii . u r. g.altrid under
stalks, and the balance will produce all
the Ihunsa art reve.-.led during
size« from nubbins Io fair rars
year only two not conlorulns enilre.y
It Is customary to plant at least three
to Uie law
The ay atern appear« to
kernels to the hill, ai d if w> could I row
worg »ell In I'nj land d uplte Ita irem-
three good rars on each hill w< would
ing nitiji Hotiu-.- « mu g ni undo ib ■ dly
have about 150 burhels to the acre
pos»e«i> . io.ni« ,n ns tav ,r it should
Here is n problem for the Implen,ent
and (lu>ib.l«ai do«.« prevent a certAln
manufacturer to consld* r carefully
airo/uni of unniceMiinry « ruetty to anl*
Neit to the aalectlvs breeding of ,««d.
On the other hand, an Imai es-
the moat Important thlnr In the produc
perlnientadon n ay tie carried <n> with
tion of a good corn crop la the work of out f<ur J m 1 ,,ig ion by memuers of
the Implemetita and machín«» used In
prole, five aocetjes, whoi nt *»e.«-iaten-
preparing the ground and • ill ll vat lor the tinned a al 1«
often a hindran«
growing crop There lias bien a great
rue «clen Ifl. progress
In tiie Lulled
Improvt nient In the peal 20 years in tbs
otaiea the an ß.aia are | protected by
construction of planters, eulthators
the Aniero-nu no irty tor tlie 1‘rotee-
ai d olio r liupli uu nts used In the corn
Um of Animate, which is a ¡az-reacn-
field, and there la room for equally i;r«at
mg organ.zntion «Hh branches In the
progress In the coming generation, espe
cially In the dlre< tIon of thon ughness
Tne corn crop Is the
moat valuable product of the American
JAP PAPER PLANT HERE
mutinent, and It would be almost t wire
Possibility of P oduclr.g the Far Xaat
*s great if we could only raise the
equi «aient of one g<MMl ear to the hill.
Ai tide in A:n«rica ikeceSv-
If we could average two ears io th* bill
lng Atlant on.
our corn crop would exceed the world's
crop of ail other cereals —implsiuent
cultivation of pap«r plan’» In
Japan la a »try
• aj» Bek lovers Maeazln«
a « I« ««;1
GOOD SOIL FOR CORN.
Sown Ja;.« ere pe;>«r of various kinds
tbroughuut th« worlc Re-
la Ceetala < n-SIlluB. It
•entl) Auurjivn and European inauu-
»• Pregare luta« la Irrisa
la> ur«r. i.a-.e lw< r gitlrg ecme atten
Tk a la rail.
tion tn the p< selblilt, of | r< t u. !i.; trom
Japanese paper pulp <>l tome of th«
Good tillable Mill haa always m r.umlx rn- —ueeful srll -lex and top« aim-
murh U> do Ui »rowing a crop of corn
Ixr to tin -e ,n tufue In the lilai d em
aa th« read Tlx ground may be plowed pire
To that erd. Japareee paper
either In th« fail or in the spr.ng with
shrubs xr< to h> planttd |n America and
Thia, huwiver. must Lu do In th* cuiintriei. « 1 u u h< re Fi*r<»pe
cldiMl by th« farmer hln «elf In plnn
Tb> t'ritei. States c’epartrrer.t ot agri
Dlug Ills w ork
Fall plow Ing on the culture i whl-h ricer.t.y »er t <xt«rts tc
produce a ar>ni*«hnt secure r
> of the mltnimata [ .ant»,
larger ylrld of both fi dtlc-r and torn,
is to ma e i x’eneiie dpt rimerita la
but the ground must be givi q ex.r»
lila i -rt*. -v'.arly «a usb e va
cultivation In the rpring to prevent 111» rlety
It ls I ■!>. .i* t- at ft!» *brub
weeds from starting
If the farmer wil thrive In Flurica. !x>ul»lana In Ir
does not have the time to do the nw
rigated parts of Tevr- s '* th» Colored:
exaary cultivation. It 1» better for him
esert and In some svctioi a of the Sac-
tn plow tho ground la the a,.rlv
I • a ranter to «*<* Re-: J *ehln violets in Cal
extra cultivation, however, put« (he ifornia
The y|e d of the tri’«: mata
•oil Into a more tlllnbl« condition jmv I paper plai.l In Japan fr<quentlv amounts
retards the loss of moisture by cvx|.> KJ- to J < O': pounds of raw bark tn the acre
ration more than «prlt g plowing wll
Th«- crude pulp 1» readily sold at 32 sar
do If corn land Is to be spring plowed
ill! certs) the pound
The seed alon«
It 1« a go,«! plan to «alt until n'-url-
|r »on.rt.mes qm ted al three yen 111 Wi
planting time so a»
As many as 24.000 shrubs
a k « xm I start before turning them un- are gruwu on so acre.
After plowing. pse'a th* grn-ind
(hotmi, hl - with a harrow or a sut>-
s-irf-ee p«e’er to ire* the tiottom of the NEGRO CHURCH IS STRONG
furrow »'Ice i omnact before the «c. .1
Is p-it In It. Plant three to five ke-nn's Colored Organisation Formed In Af
rica Get* Beyond Control
|r « hill «o a« >n allow so—e plan’s to
be '!« troyed by harrow'ng without
mat Ing the stand too thin
It hns long been known by those fn-
Ing ran be carr'ed on Biiccasaftilly un
til the c< rn has reached s trelght of mtliar with the neyro in America that
four nr five In -he*
E G Scbollander, h< < an be appcg'fd tu through his emo-
tiona! and rHirlc.tt« sld« more quickJy
In Farmers' Review
\nd «urei) than .n any ether way Thia
if .« rer» n*!* *,**d r. sfartHn.- demcnsfra-
ICI HANDLED EASILY
ion in Sonin X'rica. where an a l-em-
rar’ng udon of the raflve.« bar been
rotight about through the rt'Rbllah-
uent of a nn”re rbnreh Four yc tore ago
t W» aleye.n rr achrr nf Pretoria |< ft hn
Farmers wlll find thet one of the beat
>n<»minati >r. •nd began the ecganlta.
ways to load large cakes of Ire ron-
tlon of a ur iud <cu*red church nnder
venle«t|y |s to mal • a d»rrlck a» ahown
the namv of the ’•Church of Fthfopla ’*
lu tha eut. and lift It trom the water and
Th0 Idea apread «it iftly through Soufh
surmountlnx tribal barriers.
The chtterb soon ged bet ord the rg-cu-
tive control of Im founder and a d was
sought from the African Me*hrdlHs of
(his country Re firm baa »hr un‘on be-
er»me that !f 1 r xi*d to b* assuming a po
litical ah’nlfl arre man** of the yrurger
nepmes havlr.r rw!*ed the cry of “Africa
for the Afr'cRrs!“ »nd fb-e*tened
turn thv whites out of the colonies.
■ team Mad« Hl« Fortuna
"Steam ia a great thing.'' r«warktd
a French trav«.«r In a railway earns««
to his vis-a-vis.
"So it is," was lb« reply; "I ow« my
fortune to It.”
"Monsieur Is manager of a eompsmy?"
“An engineer, perhaps?"
"No, I Late lost a nun,h«r of rich r«la-
tltes L> railway accident«."- Tlt-Bita
“There « another feature to thia ma
chine," went on the auto desuer
la made of fewer par la than shy other
uu (be market "
"What particular adv a«’age <>MS
that giv«?*' an..«d th« ptraalLIa pur-
"Why, man, when It blow* up
don't have half a« many pieces to iouk
All In th« Cour«« of Timo
It was very muddy
W« wore going
to town In the i.jggy and my little
brother was mu<b worried bocauao no
were going so alow
1 said "Mamma. I've forgotten my
rubbers; what snail I do after we gel
"That doesn't matter." said Edmund,
"It will be dry when we get there "—
A Warning Without AvalL
“Don’t you know that muei ot the al
coholic beverages ar« shamefully adul
"Yes," answered Cot. 8:lllwell. of
Kentucky, "and I hav« adopted th«
policy of taking larger drinks so aa to
get all of the genuine artlei« that Is
du« me."—WaeaiagLoa Scar
A Dutiful Wife
Cobwlgger—Did you spend all that
money 1 gave you thia morning?
Mra Cobelgger—Yes. leva. It I bad
of it I -- ---------------------
would hav« had
-, „ only
at the bargain-counier for my
change, and then 1 wouldn't hav* been
bom« la lime fur dinner—Judge.
"MI m Wibbletoo appear« to bo aueb
a popular girl," b« said.
"Ye«." «he answered
"If she were
to outer a beauty contest she baa so
many friends that It would be Impossi
ble to get anybody to act aa judge."—
Chicago Record Herald.
Mrs Blue—Are you*goln< to Join the
Audubon club this winter?
Mrs True—I Intended to. but they
say bird's wings are all the style In
millinery this falL sad I don't see how
I could possibly Join and be conaialent.
—Detroit Free Presa.
Buch a Thing aa a Bod on a FubUe
Flatform Could Me* Be
Tb« dramatic company was
■frauth-d in a «mall New England
town, hoprlc«sly stranded. The
manager had gone with the insig
nificant receipts of the last per
formance. The costumes nn<l ac-
CBMories were in tbe hands of
creditors. It fell on the leading
man to get the company out of the
hole by arranging some sort of a
benefit, relutes the New York
lie finally found a ladies* aid
society of one of the churches to
take the management of a per
well until they asked the name of
the play. Now "Camille" was the
only play the company could give
without costumes, and ••Camille'’
was the leading man's answer.
There wa« murh grave shaking of
heads and the ladies' aid was
racked with doubts. Finally they
gave tltrlr consent, and a re
hearsal was ordered.
“\V e will have to have a t>“d for
the lady to die on,” the leading
man explained to the women who
were helping him at the opera
“A bed!” they cNed. . “A bed on
the public platform!” Though he
explained that a bed - was need«-d
for the death scene, they insisted
on substituting a rotlch. A bed,
they said, wn# not proper in a pub
“Just think of it," said the lea«],
ing man. when he told the story
the other day on Broadway.
“They swallowed ’Camille,' but
they would not stand for a bed.”
maiden voyage, presents some in
teresting figures When so mess
ured. The Great Eastern was built
to carry 20.090 tons of freight and
1.000 passengers. The Baltic can
carry 2R.0O0 tons of freight and
nearly 3.000 passengers. Rhe is
not an “ocwan greyhound.'* If one
Something Just as Good.
Patent Medicine Proprietor—Did that
wanted a catline metaphor she
chap we sent the grows of medicine to
would be an “ocean dachshund;”
send us a testimonial?
but “ocean draftborse" hits the
Secretary—Well no; but we got cards :
mark nearer the center. The Bal
of thanks from several of his heirs —
tic is one of that practical and use
ful class of steamers, which be
Bouree of Worry.
cause of tlieir great sire and com
When the e«ot!a« retlr«, at night
paratively low horsepower are not
Thia one thought rlvee him pain—
•’How can thia old world _
fast, but have great stability.
Till I am wide awake agalaK*
Their immense carrying capacity
—Chicago DaKy News
makes them profitable boats to
Luek ta Misfortune
“Great guns’" exclaimed the abeent-
mlnded man "I just Muck the lighted
end ot thle cigar la my mouth."
"How fortunate you were tn dlaeov-
Ing It at once, my dear I" rejoined hie
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Orr-yn . ,
for Klamath County.
George Von I. Meyer, plaintiff, vs. Qu» ; *v
A. Brook« and I.issir Rrnofcs, defendants. A»-
tionat law to recover money.
Rv virtue of an execution and order of «a»-*
duly liuiued out of the above ent ¡tied c«»uri ar 1
cause on the flr?»t day of February, A. I). 19» ?,
upon a judgment and order of »ale duly
and entered of record in «aid court an I can- *
on the 1fiih day of Xov»*inb*T. 1N9B. in • %v *r <»f
the above name«] plaintiff George Voa I. M y**-*
and against Quincy A. Brooks and Uxz •
Brook« and »•<( h of them for tlir sunt of >57?7 7t
with inierv^t thereon fro.u th ■ 21st day of X >
vrmber. 1*94. at the rate of euht percen1 .wr
annum together with plaintiff’’« c<».«U ana a«*t*
bur*ein‘*nts 'axed at f9S«fil>.
Now, therefore, by virtue of <aid exectjt'm
an«! order of sale I w ill off *r for «ale at puhl’.c
auction and »ell to the highest bidder for ca 1
in hand oa
9ATURIUY. THK Uth DAY OF MARCH, A »».
1906, at 4 o'clock In the afternoon of Kid «..•/
at the front door of the <’oiirt hou«e in it 1
town of Klamath Falls, Oregon, the folio -. I !•
de'Cribed property, a*« the property of •?.**• <»••-
lendants Quinrv A. Brook« ami Lizzie Brook
to-wit; All of Blocks 71, 7X 7:t. M Hli f m 7
Klamath Addition to th* town of K arns* *
Falls, Klamath County, State of Or*?gon. ! ••
gvther with the tenement» and hereditament 4
thereunto (»elouginM, and will Appiy the
cecd» of »aid «ale in satisfaction of «»'• '. Ju -.
inent and accruing Coats.
wiine.v« my hand al Klamath Falls. Klan*s"»
County. State of Oregon, tins 2nd *lsv ol
silo O bfncrain ,
Sheriff of Klama*..1 County,
Pushing the spokesman before
them, the neighbors pressed into
the musician's house, «ays the
“What means thia intrusion?”
demanded the artist, furioao.
“We have called,”said thechair-
man, “to ask you to please start
np your piano again. It baa been
still for two days, and the silence
“It ia not that we enjoy your
playing," added another neighbor,
•'but through long experience we
have gotten so need to it that we
don't hear it any more. And now,
when you atop playing, the cessa
tion of sound is most distressing.
The stillness fairly roars in our
“Gentlemen, I cannot comply
with your wishes for some time to
come.” he said. "I have a bad case
of cramps in the hand, and my doc
tor forbids me touching the piano
for a week at least.”
Their hopes dashed to the
ground, the tortured neighbors
went out looking for a street or
gan to hire by the day.
Mrs. Henpeck—WbU a littl« word
Henpeck—But a long ««nt«nre follow«
It «omstlmes.—St. Louis Republic.
Unto hta friends, both far and near.
Without one thought of price.
The average man wilt free iy «ire
Both opinion and advice.
Tbo«« Dear Gt ria.
Madg«—Cliar.le said bo was going to
get me a nice engagement ring.
Marjorie—He prubably said so be
cause he thought you must be a good
judge of them by this ttms.—N. Y. Her
“But. 9am. you know there 1« safe
ty In number«.“
"Dat a where you're wrong, boss; I
went broke on 4-11-441“—Yonkeri
Kean as They Maka
mean, isn’t he?
Rlobbs—Mean? Why. that fel
low would kick because he could
not get an encore out of a penny-
in-the slot music box.—Philadel
“Danger of Flrat Thoughts.**
Miss Verarlch (musingly)—1 wonder
why It Is that artists are always poor?
Suitor (awkwardly)—1 presume that
most of them marry for beauty.—N. Y.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF KLAMATH COUNTY.
TIMBER LAND. AC. JUNE <. 11711. MOTD’^
FOR Ft Bl.fc kTh’N.
United Ntafrs l«and office, l«Mk»*vfrw, irrego.i
I*c*mh“r ;|, |T im
Notice is hereby given th4?
in < ompliance with the provision»
of Coogrr«« of June 1, IM7 m . »
for the -al»* of timber land« in the rtiat»*»
California Oregon, Nevada and Ms«hin<i< 1
Territory,” as extended to all the Public Ijsn*’
Atate« hy art «»1 Angn«t I. !*>» Emery F»ui
of Klamath Fall», county of Klamath. Ht»?r
Oregon, has rhi« *lay flh-d in this off:,
«worn bi at rm«* nt No. 2P49 lor Uie purcha«*-
the E’jSE» . h F.'4\F. 4 Hr. 9. and HW’N'.V
Mrr lu Tp HM R 11
F W M and will «»it. r
proof lu show that the land Bought is m<
' aluablr It.t its ihnbr <»r«tr>ne th in far ng
cultural purj»o*r*, and to »*«rabli»h hi» cla
io said land before Geo T Baldwin, <’•».
at his off.n« at Klainaih Falla, Otcgon, •* «
Thursday the I6«h day of February,
names as witneases: Archie Johnston Wm.
l^-btia Han« N-I«on. C C Wilson, all of K!«m
all» Fall«. Oregon.
Any a- d all person« claiming adv r«ely
above dr>cribed lands are retpie-ted I . «•>
th»*irc!a in« in thi« off
on or before ->4i I
16* n day ol Febiuary, 19u>*.
J N. Watson, Register,
TIMBER LAND U’T JCgR A. 1OI.—NOTICE
United .Xtaiea Laad oifi'-e. Lakeview, Oreg«
January 16, I’JOS
Notice Is hereby given th t,
in compliance with the provisions of then t »»*
luii|rnfl of June 3, U7M. entitle I "A'i act for*
the sale of timber lands In the State« of C«h<
foru»a, Oregon. Nevada atrl Wawhingto'i T
rit<*ry,” a« extended to all the i'ubhc I ji I
mates by act of August 4. 1*92. W.||Mm ' .
Willnoia ot Klainath rail.«, county of Klam»-h
State of Oregon, has this day file!
• . <
office his sworn statement No. *H-». fc. >» 1
purchase of the NE'.NW^, ut Her U Tp m X C
9 E. W M. and will offer proof to sho • ’.hat b •
land sought Is more valuable for it« titnbci
■tone than for agricultural purpowx, » . t<>
e«fablish his claim to said (ami before t. -o
Chastain, County Clerk at his »»dice at Klam
ath Falls. Oregon, <>n Thurstlny the Wth day
of March, 19U6. He names a.*» witnesses;
Ballard,.-C D Willson, Archie John «ton, • *i
Fierce, all of K amaih Falls, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming n«x»vree’.y
<bovr««fescribed lauds nre requested to filo
their claims In «his office on or before sa»«i
Ulh day of March, IVO).
J. N. Watson, K gUi-'i
NEIGHBORS TO A PIANO
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON AND
TIMBER LAND. ACT JI NK A. I«*»
FOR Fl BI.H ATION.
United N’atfHi Land Offlc«» Lakeview, Or«*g«»U»
Notrmirr jg. 1 yi»4 M«»ll« v
in rem pi lance w Illi the provisions of the art
«dCongress of Jun»* B. i»7<. entitled ••An *ci f«*F
• he sal« of iimbfi-r iapfi« In lh« Htaies of (S’l*
fornla. Oregon, N< vada and Washington
rltnry,” as extended to all tlie Public Lan I
act of Angus'« ’«I»’». Kl'gah W Ko
rris ui Bed field, county uf Klamath, st» 'e
Oregon, ha« this day filed In thl» «»file* hl«
• worn •(airmen» No 29tR| for »he purcha««.* •<
the VW».NW»4, sec I .. rp -'•MR 9 K \\ M. 4! I
will offer proof to show Ihm the Ian I sought
Is more valuable for its timi»er nr «tot.c th*”
for agricultural purpose«*
>1'. «-«lablish 1 •
c aim ,0 -aid land before <»eo. I 1lni«lwin C ».
Judge, at his olfir»* nt Klamath Falls, O' s • '»
on Hat 11 rd ay »hr lAfh day of February, IfiUft It*»
naglr« n f w itnensr« , Jo«- Ta lor. Mn’-titl Ko'
rris of K lamat h Falls, Or. H . H. Roberta an'l
Tom FVherof H«‘dtl»*ld or.
Any and ail persons claiming a<lver«c1
ab<»ve*drnrribed land« are o«|iir«h* I »«» .« 1
the r claims lh this offirg on or befofg sal t
Ifeh dn> of February. 19U6
J. N. W’atsnn, Register.
Tom—Did you over notice with what
style and grandeur Miss Flatlelgh
sweep« Into a roozn?
Jack—Tes. but when It comes to
sweeping out a room she Isn't tn It
with her poor old mother —Cincinnati
In th«* i «M4Ht> • onrt of I he Alate of Otegou(
K «amali» County
In the Mailer of the Ksiâte
Charle« I* Hughe«, dec«* a «ed.
Xoi!<-*•* !« hervkh g vvHibA» ihe<‘o»m»y Cnuri
of K lamaih County, Or* goti «Itine Ih probate
do! «» h ih«*Hih day of Fvhrnury, itoO. ap|ani t
m» a« adlniin«ira|or «d ihe »»taie
Chai >e» F.
il tgi»e«. »leera-ed. Ail |a*r uns having u
•gam«i liia es a a will pn » nt them ■ me
«»r bvi» f six mon.ha. ai Hr*Hlehi. ’rvg<’‘
dulj le. »N I • • i *-s
lmted this •> 11 «.ay vi retomar«, ito'A
Vierov <1. Hrui» ./•
Admlnl-t ra* f oflh* F ’.a ••
nf (diaries F. llJghes, íleo«*«* «
Celled «tetr« Land OOlee, Imkevlew, Orey«m
January 12. I*ju6. A suftte'ent content af ’ •
it having bwn filed in thi-» off r»* h ‘.i>u 4
Pfann«ti'*hl of ItedfteM, Or, roniotaiit a4Ain*c
Homestead entry X«» J(l'o made July 31. l\rf*
for Lots *2 and LI Of Xve J. an I le»f< A find 9 •(
LARGER SHIPS ARE MADE. e«-» .1 Tp J* R 11 K W M by W W K»*nney <•«
tesiew. in which Hlsatieg d that sal I entr.
U W Kenney, d.c i 011 or nS >ul .V’JfU'l *
Immens« Carrying Capacity and Great u.au, leaving
neither wife nor cbfld surviving
1 hina; ttoal no eultivaiion of said irui-t or r**>.
Stability of New O-—-
dence (hereou ha«t been made by any heir »f
«aid erirvman •iiM’f dale of his death; tha:
mon than right year*« have elapsed <dn< e d
of sa>d entry arid no final proof han been mad »
Although some scientists say or offered thereunder by any heir or heir'- - •
that abaenre from the land and failure t
the o<-«.nns»iire slowly shrinking« tivaie Mime by »aid heir-« w a* not tine to **:r
ploymrnt in the army, navy or marine r
the siiips which ninn makes tn float nt the United Htatr«, «aid parties are her »
nut 1 fl rd to a.»pear
d arid offer*
on them are pfeatlily increasing in rnuchiiic
«aid alirKarlwn at ¡0 o’clock a. m «».»
sixe. Mt-aauremt-nt of every new
Judge. Klamath Falls, Oregon, an.! u*e fl
marine monster is made by com- hraring will br held al iO o’clorg a. rr
Marth JIst IM, bc'ore the R..i>ter an t k
parison with the old Great East* ceiver at the Culled Stales ¡.and off!« ;.t
ern, so long the wonder of the Lakeview,
The Msi«j c.uitestant having. In a proner aff:
t, filed January 9, 19a». «er forth farts
world. Bays Youth's Companion. dav
whicu show that a er due diligence * . nk»nal
The new ship. Baltic, which lately service of this notice cannot be male, it it
hereby ordered ami direct nd that such not
entered New York harbor on her be g.ven by due and proper i»ubh**a ion.
J. X. waiaon, Register.
FLOWER CULTIVATION EASY
Bequlree No Weeding or Hoeing and
Very Little Attention la
swlng It onto the sled
The pin that
goes Into th« uptight poet la made
forked, with a bolt runnng through the
The most Inspiring florlcultural Idea
lever and end« of the fork. The lower
of the last quarter of a ces tury Is th«
part moves In the socket bored In the er.d
naturalising of flower« hy the thousand
>f the upright post A chain la fastened
in situations where they need absolute
to th« end of the lever with a pair of
ly no care after plartlr.g, says Country
tonga attache«!, to lift th* Ice. On«
It Is the easiest kind of garden
man can easily load heavy cakes with I
ing. for tliere is no weeding, watering,
this •rreu.tmeut. Oracle Judd Farm-
hoeing Stanley or tying
It |i the most
artistic form of gardening because the
flowers fit perfectly Into the landscape.
Re«« Patato line Deatroyev.
It Is th»1 most effectir« kind of garden
If the Inventors keep on turning ont
ing because nothing can surpass in
machinery to du the farmer's work for
beauty a continuous sheet of flowers all
him the problem ot hired help wiU be
of the same variety.
No matter how
solved for the large farmer at least, as
numerous they may be. these wildlings
bn can afford to buy the machinery anti
never seem gaudy or vulear
pay the good wages necessary to com-
finally If H 1» the least expensive way
mand the men to run It. The latest
of getting hosts of flower«—flowers like
Idea is th« machine for deetroylug po
the stars of the Milky Way In rnultitud«.
tato bugs In a wholesale way. going
A thousand narcissus bulhs!
over acres ot gro-.ind In a day and
thought tales one's breath away; yet
adapted for usa on single or double
a thousand of the bulbs of the poets*
rows of plants
It also embodies fea
narcissus cost only five dollars—a mere
tures of adjustment which accomnu»-
nothing compared with the vision of
date It to variations In height of the
loveliness that It makes possible.
planta hy simply gripping levers pivot
ed beneath the handles by which the
machine la guided
The movmrnt of
Football Games Prove Useful.
these levers raises or lowers the blade
The Australian detectives find football
supporter«, and as the blades rotate
useful. Criminals will hide rlx days In
rapidly they strike the plants and
the week, but they have to come out on
knock the bugs Into the troughs on
Saturday to see the football game, and
either aide of th« machine.—Milwau
the police are on hand.
TIMBER LAXI>. ACT IUXK A, l»7R-NOTIC
United Stales Land office. Lakeview, o*r.
gon, December *JD, 19*i|. Notice 1« hereby g*v •
1 hat in compliance with the pruvisio -.s cf t *
act of Congress of June 3, 1S7R, entitled
act for the »a«-' of timber land« in th t Kta:
California. Oregon. Nevada ami WH''.in .'
Territory,” as extended to all 'he i iblic I c
States by net of Aii?u**t 4, WMU, l>an Ryan i
Missoula, county of Missoula, state of Montai:
ha* this »lay tiled in this tiffice bls sworn tat**
invnt No 294.1, for the purchase of the
Sec 22 Tp 17 H R LI F. W M. an I will off
*0 show that the land sought is mor* valual
tor its timber or stone than for agri»' he» '.
pitrpones and 10 otabllsh his claim to said
land before <»00. T Rn'lwln, Co. Jud^e C
a lamath Fall», Or. on T'.ie^dav. the Hih 1 a *
of Man-Il, 19Ufi. He nam**s as wltne-ses Ha ■
Ackley, W o Smith Wni W Carmichael
Withrow, all of Klamath Falls, Or
Any and all person* claiming adrer* y . h
above* described lands are requested to ff ?
their claims in thi« office on or before
14th day of March, iftk’».
J. N. Watson, RcfL.. .
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 1, 1»7».—NOTICE
► OR PUBLICATION
United Mtatr« Land office, Lakeview. Or -g hi
Decernt«r 5.1902 wnilve ia her»*by givvu t' » .
tn compliance with the prov«alons oi il»*j s I
of ( ongrv»« of June J8, 1H7R. entitled ' *n . '
?nr »lie sale of timber lands in the Kia’
Cnlifornin. Oregon, Nevada, and W'M»b*. ‘
T»*r itory,” a» extended »0 a rl « ' »>' * •-*■
States b\ act of Awgtist 4 •*•'” 1 l»tt r »
«111 of kvtio
■ ' • ■ K •
g(HI, lot-* 1
statement so - 4u n
. } • «•bs
How to Get Along.
Src 7. Tp U S I*. S I. v m . ur ! Ali* offer pr* »
Barlow—The Wigginses seem to get
for its flmU < or aloiw »han lor agrwo! urs»
along together wonderfully.
1 never piiriM'MJ» and lo establish his claim to -t I
land before Gen. ( ha-tsln Co. Clerk ai
supposed they would, their taste* being office
at Klamath Falla . mi TbOfwIay th * It .1
day of February. IWL »<• names a« witne^
I Henry to Chapman, Riles w. Tower, Geo. -*.Q4-
Cailan—That'« Just the reaaoa why
gan. E»lf Morgan, all oi Krit»». Oregon.
they do get along «o wall. He la al Any and all p^r-ons claiming todv«r«aly th
ways talking on literary subjects and above-described land« an* request *d to fir
1 heir claim» in this office on or before sai l
■he talk« of nothing but her bouse- I6ih day of February 19u .
J. g. WMM>n, Register.
Aa neither know« anything
about what the other la «peaking of
Clothing eknne<l, repaireil and pwwd
they never bavs any disputes.—Boston
al lb« K. K. K. ttore.
N«w Hi»* of ( tnMem pint ju«t arrived.
t —L. Alva LtMia.