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ON OCEAN'S BED.
E. B. HENRY
If von a,,- not a regular sulMcrils-r
The it. p.ibli cilii, »ubwrrHn« now nini tn
Wfc.l Hreom*. «< Ships XV Sieh Stall iithmitngvof the rviiiHikublv free muga
1VU. ENUINELR and SI RVEN OR
1«. th* Holtom of th* Sa*.
hl AMATO FAI.I s
W bat become« of the ship that sinks
In midocean? If It Is of wood It take«.
It will pay you to nee F. W. Berger
1 hind» engineering and draughting
In the first place, considerable time for the Portland contractor, noa ol thi
She was Incorrigible. Within on<
winter »e.isou she had refused s It to reach the bottom. In a hundred city, tor anything in the tuubiini
ana and Kpecitications Furni»he,i
ar more fathoms of w ater a quarter of
Plans ami »| ««viti cat ion a fur
wealthy and desirable parti of forty
tn hour will elapse la-fore the ship
and sent a young army Heutenaut ti
reaches bottom It sinks slowly, and
"get over If In Manilla
He wonk' when the bottom Is reached It fall«
CO>TRACTOR and Kl ILOER
Are Nou Going to Kulki?
’• i'wand Rar
Fir*t CU*« Wort not have had to go there If It hadn't gently Into the soft, ooay 1-e.L »Ith u
been for Birdie, a nickname gtvei
crash or breakhig
If »o I « ant an up|»ortiiiiity o tig
IAIN STREET Ret. 5th and 6th St* her when «lie was a child, but »hid
Of course If It Is laden with pig Inni on your work. I am prv|M>re<l to mak
S » S t*
or corresponding sulwtaucea or if It la prices on all classes of buildings am
wa» even then Inappropriate It ahouli
have been Wasp
Her mother wai an Iron ship It sinks rapidly and some will furnish plans whenever necessary.
vexed ».» her for refusing the oldei time* strikes the bottom with such
force ui to smash lu plecea. Once All work guaranteed.
man. and the younger man's mothei
I M Favlrsr,
a ship Ix-eome* the prey of the
wa» furious that abe had sent her sol
t'ontract-u and Builder.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
half round the globe where she could romiti,-»» Inhabitants of the ocean
They swarm over nnd through the
not be near him.
Examining Abstracts a Specialty
Birdie must t-e punished. Her num great taxit and make It their home
lived In her ,-ountry place lu the midst Beside* till* they cover every Inch of
of farms, and there Blrvlle should gv the Isatt with a thick layer of lime
O fth ' it New W rden Building
for the summer, where her propensity This take* time, of course. an.i when
one generation die« another co.i.. lues
would t>e tn check. Birdie protested
but her protest was unheeded. She wa- the work until Anally the ship I» so
packed off Into exile, nnd her aunt wa» laden with heavy Incrustation«, coral*.
DR. WM. MARTIN
s|*>ng,*H and Intrusele» that If w<*sl
requested to keep an eye on her.
At the end of a week »he was ready the creaking timber« fall apart and
slow ly but surely are absurlxHl lu till'
to promise to behave herself If A^er
waste at the sea bottom.
tuitted to gv home. or. rather, to the sea
Iron vessel* are demolished more
shore, where her mother was. but the
mother knew her promises would avail quickly thau those of wood. which
may last for centuries The only met
nothing, tine evening when the twl
BONNEY A TEXTOR
light was long she was walking lu a als that withstand the chemical action
EGA1.. BEAI ESTATI in AB- lane where slie met a young farmer of the wave* are gold and platinum,
and glass also seems unaffected No
He waa a splendid specimen of man
matter how long gild may l>e blddeu
W111 tnrni.h Abstract» ol tul« and pay taxes hood, and as Blrvlle was a dainty specl
i.*r noa rv.i4eni».
men of womanhixsl the two uaturally lu the ocean. It will always t>e gold
Tbe eiaminatlon rrglttrarien and perlect- kxvkevl at each other. The next evening when recovered, and this fact explain*
et riti*. « speelalty.
> ito». Xaw WoaDis Ban g
M.is S tsvxt at exactly the same hour the girl the many romantic and adventurous
walked In the lane again. So did be. searches after hidden submarine trees
She looked very bard at him and after ures lost In shipwrecks.
passing him turned. He turned too.
"Is It you.” she said, “or atn I
“I think we have met tn* fore." be
Trssttoriuatlss u< Thi* Oare
Harren Volcsi.tr Waal*.
“What are you doing here?”
st. Helena was a barren volcanic
For -rtl»»—The north half of the north«
“I thought I woukl try farming.”
waste at tile time Na|K>leon was sent eaal quarter, the touthea*t quarter of
“How did you leave them all at there. The Englishmen were there,
the northvaMt quarter and the northeast
however, to stay and far duty. and.
u( the «outheart «¡Barter of sec
•They’re all very well.”
though tliey had a hard scramble for
“Fm staying with my aunt. Do you every drop of water they used. they tion nineteen. aouth of range eleven,
set at-out n beginning of making some east of Wilintnette meridian, Inquire
“No; I don’t.”
KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
thing grow toward sustaining life, or at this office.
“Sorry. You might come to see me if at least modifying Its conditions.
you knew her. but since yon don’t”— Gradually, by slow degrees, but surely,
AOat-TIES t»l KI AMAltt FALLA
DR. C. P. MASON
their efforts were successful. Klmlly
"Possibly we may meet hereabout nature raqulrea but little encourngv-
sometimes, I p> ufter the stock at suu- rneut. and the dews fell and crystal-
down, put them tn the barn and go Hied, and the herbage and abrubliery
back ataiut this time.”
Office in new Kelsay Block
spread. and little tre.-« t,»>k root and
"Good evening. Glad to have met shed their seed, and the mountain In
the long course of years Iwauie large
“Hope It will uot be for once only."
Evnt ifolipe l,«w|gt* N«».
ly covered. until at last tills one time
Thut was the lieglnnlng of It. Birdie waterless heap of waste products of a H<»n««r I am I^ i - nitvlM in the
I*. \\ .
talked a great deal about people she lifeless volcano liecame able to provide
EVANS &. HUSON
knew, and the farmer listened to her million* U| h » u million* of gallons of in th»- no nth. Nancx X U lute, C. <»i II.
Jt‘*M' Marple, Recorder»
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
references, making only general com
water, which Is st -red In Its caverns,
meats ui»>n them. He uever addressed for the ahlpa that pass to and from lb*
W. (». W. F.MAuna Cnnip. X’o. 7'*1*. W.
KLAMATH FALLS, OR
her by name, always getting round do Cape of Good llaps and to Australia, O. W., meet« every rue«**«») rxeniny
Ing so—but he might have fArgdten and beneath the shade* of umbrageous at 7 :3o o'clock at >.indei»>>n'» hull. A
her name. There was an appearance terraces, high up In the cool air. the neighbor'' cordial I v in \ tied.
C. K. Brandenburg, (’letk
WILL A. LEONARD
of honesty about him. a deference not Invalided soldier from tropical Africa
uncouth either a vein of uncultivated and India nnd the orient find* a re
M —-Klan ath I »dgr No
intellectual vigor, that pleased her storing sanitarium which bus brought 77. Meet- '»Atnrtlrtv evrt ing on or I m »
for«* th»* hill moon of each month in the
On the whole, her exile was not «<> tin
Emma Block. Klamath Falls
back to health and life many a weary Mii«onn- Hall. Alex Martin Jr. \\ . M.
bearable as she bad expected. Some
soul and stricken body. Truly there I*
U . E. Roudom, >ecrctarv.
times she fancied he knew more thau
magic lu the rain ami healing IU th«
she bad sup|>o*ed farmers usually
A l«»ha < haptrr .\o .»«I, meet«
in the Masonic hall every «t*«-oml and
knew, but Binlie did not always tell
all she knew, and to blame him for
"( linnxil«*' *L Ina.
Laura A. U dill», A
concealment would be like the pot
Charle* (’. Drucdl.ng ban written mi ReHtncH, Secret a rT,
calling the kettle black.
article Ln the Journal of Pharmacy Ol,
I. G. (>. F.— Klamath IxKlge N >. 137
commence by txith keeping on their cbanioh skins. I lie commercial nrth h* meet« every Saturday evening in the
own side of the line. Perhaps the man of that name, be Hay«, Is really oil A. <>. I . \V. hall. Ja»|»er Bennett.
<»eo. I.. Humphrey, >ecietarv.
would have kept on Ills side indefinite tanned sheep or lamb skin linin
ly had Birdie kept ou hers. She soon supply of skins from the chamois nul
F.uauna Encampment No. 4<», I.O.< >.F.
began to practice her little arts; first Dial is wry llniite«!. Enough could mt Encampment meet* «evonJ atni fourth
by a look now ami then, after that, a be obtained in a year to suj ply trie Saturday* in the month in
half fiuishisl sentence from whk-li »be United State** for more than a n : ii ,*I c A.<*. I W. hall. JAJ»|»er Bennett, C. P.
retired in confusion and lastly by an
<»eu. L. Humphrey, >cribe.
open charge of indifference on the part visit to Switzerland alsmt the annua
Pr<»«|x*ritv Rrltekah l.o«lgr No. lot
of the man. The farmer always adroit
I. o. O. F. meet* in the A O. I’, W.
»I. mmi « kiu -
ly tunii-d these thrusts, k'-eplng on 111
hall everv tirnt and third ThunMlayn it.
a fair average y»*irlv crop the month. Jennie llurn, N. G.
the even tenor of Ills way. Thi.* was wotihl
Lorinda M.S au I mt , Secretary.
something Birdie had never encounter This skin Is Inn vier than the skin o'
ed la-fore. She poured a shower ot the sheep or lamb, nls » much <■•»ar^er
K. of P.—Klamath fertige No. Ml
Cupkl's arrows from her quiver only For strength ami durability the main meet» tn the A. <>. IT. W. hall everv
to see them glance aside or fall harm
Monday evening. Bert Bamlier, C. I .
John Hamilton, K. of R, .itj-l >.
less from her would I»» victim. July nary use and appearance the oil tanned
passed into August and August Int
M. W. of A.—k-lge meetN in tin*
W. L. McCormick,
September. How they contriveil. or Stances be preferred
A <>. I . W. hall every tint ami third
Manager and Contracting Agent
rather, how Birdie contrived, their fre
Wednesday in the month.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Got Sear If.
W. B. McLaughlin, ('on«ul
quent meetings without suspicion she
W. A. i’help«, Clerk.
Office at end of bridge
was at a loss to know. Only a few
times was she discovered conversing
Forester» of America—Ewanna Camp.
get? Little Girl (with another severs
with the farmer, but In her ease farm
No. <»l, meet* in th»* A. <>. C. \V. hall
C. P. Newton,
era wore supposeil to be- out of the tncntnl effort,-I think It was “I died every «econd and fourth Fridays in the
Agent, Pokegama, Or.
af pusaum.** I want 10 ceots* worth - m< nth.
<’. I>. Wilhon, (’. R.
At last the days grew so mach Youth
E. E. Jarnifon, Rec. Sec.
shorter that one evening when Blrdl»
B. E. Joy,
was starting for her evening walk her
Agent, Thrall, Cal.
aunt stopped her and forbade tier go
Ing. on the ground that It was already
quite dark. Birdie did not dare excite
suspicion by defying the order. Sh<
went off into a comer of the porch
Time contracts made for special
and sat down. Then and there came n
delivery for all clar-ea ol freight
revelation. She was suffering under a
great disappointment. Could It lie
between above points
that slie Who had played with the
Storage warehouse at Klamath
hearts of many men of the world could
ALL KINDS OF FRESH, SALT
Falls beside Ackley Bros, sawmill—
have ‘'drifted on the rocks” In the
Storage rate» one cent per 10O
case of a countryman? She went tc
AND SMOKED MEATS
bed early, blit not to sleep. I'or the
pounds per day. Freight delivered
to any part of the citv
SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS
It felt to 1 be on the losing aide In p
The next morning the farmer war
passing a shaded nook near the road
He turned aside, expecting to see a
feminine figure push iiwiiy the droop
Ing branches anil greet him with a fac»
that laughed. He was disappointed
But tied to a bush near by lie found
Foralv. mi- for feigning that I had
you before. I never »aw you until I
you here. My objei-t was lo piss
time. In a
<lavs I KO home
have rendered my »lay h.-ippv Wlthm.i
you It would have l»-en very dull.
When Birdie went to the trystlns
pine«- again she found the followin '
c illan Prop
on a hit of paper:
b] You rs forgtvi n For <
for th* ■ n.‘
M h- tr .:h< I
73 rooms and suites.
Parlors, Two Club
“Poor Birdie writes."
Rooms, Etc., Ete.
mother, “that her punishment Is gre.il
er than she can Ix-ir. Poor child!
tbnst have been very lonely for !i> - "
BUY A HOME
J. E. DUVAL
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
EASY TERMS ON THE REM Al N DER
Office over Klamath County Bank
In tracts of from five to forty ncrcti at price#
ranging from $10 an acre up
or Six i fen l.ors
Located within a quarter of a mile of the
depot and yard location of the California
Northeastern Railway, al $.’«0 and $«’>2.5o per
lot. Each lot is 50x120 feet, with 20-foot
alleys and tiO-foot streets, making the blocks
200x 100 feet.
MELVIN D. WILLIAMS
Civil and Irrigation Engineer,
East Main St., below 4th
J06 nRINTER ?
IT IS YOUR CHANCE
tracts along the new maendum roa<l offer
the best frontage to be had for desirable res
idence property where one is not confined
by tin* limits of a town lot. Splendid view,
pure air, fertile soil ami all below the main
canal. Buy a home in th<>
EAST KLAMATH FALLS TRACTS
l'or sab* exclusively by
Klamath Falls, Oregon
I will pay the above reward for
HURN S HARDWARE STORE ’
a watch my repair department
City Meat Market
Rates as Low as the Lowest
MEISS & ARMAND
Merrill Creamery Hutter
. M. M M
RESORT FOR TOURISTS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM
have purchased B. St. (ieo. Bishop’s stock of
Holder of License No. 29 granted by the Oregon
State Board of Health. Calls promptly attended, city
or country, day or night.
Telephone p j