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txodde« potatoes, however, nnd decide«!
Io plunge on fried eggplsut. which cost
|0«'e|ltx more. 'I lie ■ lleilpi'Ml sillnd was
no cents, mu wo « ut that «mt mid t<M>k
plomlili r«> chektmit« at 00 cents for Ice
ereuiu. We dined in aliii big room on
the corner, which wns filled with pe«e
This dinner miiounti«! to 82.50
"i'i<* known plenty of poopb* who
cnine to New York with mon* money
tlmn w «• had w ho never got miy iieurer
those two pluces tlimi to pn«x by mid
look 111 tho door. They lucked nerve
Tlmt wn-, th«- trouble with them. I'll
bet, moreover, tlmt tlii're are lots of
pe»pl< In till« city who wouldn't «lure
y'o in elUi'-r of tho » pl.ice Ju t !><•• iu .<•
they think they will liuvi* to -;>*-n«l too
much or give the waiter too much.
Each night w» give him n <|iim-icr.
Hay? H>' said iiollilng. A h v.» c.uue i
out of III«' dinner III«' first night I
beard om< «if th«' waiter« in n «Ire-?
»alt by the do ,r »ny something ulxiut
’piker».’ I don’t think lie could have
bel li talking about us, though I didn't
understand, anyhow, what be meant
n iiat Is a piker anyhow
THE CRAFTY WOLF.
KLAMATH COUNTY BANK
Stories of Hie Man Eating Festo Said
KLAMATH FALLS, OKLUON
to Bo Untrue.
E. R. REAMEH, Vise-President
A skeptical person «ailing blineelf
ALEX MARLIN, Jr., Cashier
LESLIE ROOERH, Asst. Cashier
A Couple’s Experience at Sher
A Hindoo Ceremony That Puzzles Ht. t'rolx has been trying to find out
whether wolves and bears are malign
ry’s and Delmonico's.
ed by the popular stories of their man
eating ways ami writes Ida conclu
sions for Beereution.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BCSINES
ATE WELL AT LITTLE COST
WALK OVER GLOWING COALS
First lie tried running down the sto
JI NK 29, 1907.
ries told in newspaper dispatches.
Ths Four Meal», Esclusiva of a Tip ot
Ths Participants In the Mystifying Foil«*«! In this effort, be turn«-«! to the f*oana ami Discounts.........................
Indians. They knew the gray wolf,
a Quartsr In Ea«h Placs, Only Con-
Spectacle Play With the Fiery Em*
lulling wintered and summered with Bonds and Securitiea ...................... r
aumsd a Fiv* Osila« BUI—What Did
here ee Children Play With Sand
hlin. Had they ever known of an In- Real Estate. Building« am) Fixture«
ths Waitsr Mcan by ‘‘Plksrsf’’
end Emerge Unharmed.
dfcm being killed by one? N-no, but <‘a»h and >ight Exchange................
Mlngiin wns very crafty and very
I once witness««! a most
Many | h i *'U» haw beard <*f the lean
i in« li to I«’ dreaded.
who came t<> New \oik mid baled to
ordeal by lire ut B<*nur>«.
Quite so. But, once for all, had be
1.1A ni LITI M
leave without lulling cat«*n nt Delmon
was held on tin? grouiitl» of a villa on
ico's. All it«» thought It«» «'«itild allot«!
the oui kirls of lb** cily, ««al umoug e-er to their kn«>w|edgx killed n man?
. ? 100.000.00
wits a pieci' of pie, »a) M ii Xew York
us w«-r>' some of Um m«>»l proudueot No, but they had heard - Ho ft w«*nt—
corrcs|M>uil«'iit of Ih» liidlumi|'<dis
men ami womeu of official uu«J social ■ always the same intangible, uncon-
News. He nini In, got that, pahl the
life In British Imlla. Army and navy
. 491,«4!» .51
officers touched elbows with French proof,
che« k limi was ublc to suy at home
"Now for a few fn< tn a« to the wolf,”
savants, ull more than glad t > accept
Unit l>>' limi «Illusi at D« luioul«'o'> III
th«* smile way visitors to Now York
an luvltatlon thut might at leuat offer writes Ht. t'rolx. ’Tie can ¡¡“ eight
often l<s>k loiighigly into the .v|ti<l>r,vs
op|H>rtunlty eitbi-r to eat« b some clew
»wear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledgexnd belief
of Kherry's moi Dclmoltli’o's without
toward solving the mystery of the It. ! forty pounds of meat nt a sitting, so
the Indians say. This Is pretty fair
Women and Fines.
A lex M arti .«, J r ., Cashier.
dlati fire or<l> sl or «'!*<■ catch th«' priest
rcullxlug tbut they could go In mid ent
for an animal weighing but eighty
The agent from the Ore Insurance ly |ierformers In u nice trap at cousum
a meal without havJitg It cost them us
Habscribed and sworn to before me this Sth «Jay of July, 1907.
Yet we do not know the
much us they fear. It lx perfectly true company <ame to investigate the claim nuite and age long deception, success
a . M. W ood «,
that what oue may «ix-nd In ls>th of
fully work««! umoug a superstitious
Notary Fublic for Oregon.
these plius-s Is almost without limit.
and overcr««luloiiM people Ilk«? the Illa
It I n . however, ul«o |H>i>Mll>ie to get n IlicUeed and bow she put It out.
“Yes, yea, I know," he uodded appro*
dinner In either of tbcin for mm b leas
Heats hud lx-en urrunged for our par Is enough snow to hide the ice. To
datively. "In this business we get ty otll oil til«! spacious lawn, where u wetting bl* fret he is as averse as the
tlui ii lx eomuioniy aupp<>M*d.
lie will not kill bls
"i'll tell you my eX|x*ilcn<-e," »aid a to know what tremendous courage and trench bud been «Illg sixteen feet long, domestic cat.
of the forest, al-
woman wb<> vuine <lown with her bus
band from Putnam comity toe««* New Nearly every Ore In New York thut I fire in the trench was light««! before ways driving ft Into some open place
for the kill.
York and bad to do It on a lliult«*«! does not attain great |Wo|M>rtlons is n«M>n, but the ordeal Itself was not to
"When chasing a deer, he g«x*a at a
com«* off uutll after suuHvt. Hie trench
capital, "mu! you will see from It Hint I
one may still go to »<■» the «well ree fires every day that never spread far wan filled with kindling wood and logs leisurely lope, sitting down at Inter
taurauts In New York uml not have tbor than one room of the flat liecause snd was set afire by the attendants, vals to give the most dolorous and
bliHxlcurdllug howls. This drives the
to leave his overcoat iH-hllid him. the women lit home fnce the danger who kept up a blaxe um hot as a blast
|xx,r victim Into a wild gallop aud soon
When I left home 1 made up my mind promptly aud put them out. In the furnace all day long, until the trench
exhausts It, and as the wolf never tires
that, poor as ! wna. ! was not coming poorer quarters where I m .th father am! by sunset was filled three feet deep i
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r.
with a compact, glowing b««l of red*
back until l limi eaten 111 either Del-
w ith the quarry.
nioulco's or Hberry's, ami If jH>s»lble often a girl of twelve or thirteen who hot coals.
"In winter the deer often makes for
We were escorted to our seats at
both. For years I bad been linking my smothers the flmne« nnd carries n few
some wild rapid, Into which It plunges, I
friends who cam«- back to town If scars through life ns a result, ami in alsiut •’> SO, aud we were not lnclim*d
knowing that the wolf will not follow. I
th«'y had Seen either of the««- places every Instance It Is because there are tn question the reality of that fir«* from
little brothers jmd slrocrs to In- saved tl • m a ent we sat down within twelve T« xj often the d«*er drowns, but better I
All of them bini tnlk<a«l alxuit them lie
In the Inst place 1 visited It was a girl f«-i-t of It. Whatever elm- might be such a death than one by the fangs.
forehand, ami I ktlpprwrd. of course,
"In summer a couple of wolves will i
they'd go there. All of them tlmt I
ones safely to the hallway and then ordeal, we could not for a mument secure all the deer they need by very
ask<«1 had ridden by and «een the out-
Having put up the
rushed back Io pull down the flaming doubt the realism of that scorclilng wimple tactics.
By the tltn«» help came she heat thut made our eyes smart and quarry, one wolf drives it by .easy
"I defertnlnad It would be different lin<! the fire Ulm* ». extlngnlxhed."
grow bloodshot. We, who bad come to stages to some little lake—I speak now
wlivli^ went down to *« •■ New V"ik, New ) ork Hull.
scoff ami doubt, wen* soon realizing of the Ijiurentlan country and on
and I told my husband that the money
that the munugers of the Benares fir** reaching the shore the deer plunges
1 had to pay our boiinl with wasn't
ordeal bad already gain««! 75 points out unhesitatingly in, for Its instinct tells
any more luqsirtant than that I want
tn tunny parts of Great Britain It la of 100 In fuvor of their honesty ami of It tho enemy will not dare to follow.
rd to eat in those restaurants. I whip considered extremely tiulucky to rock their jx-wer over the mighty
"So on It swims, while the pursuer
cd to see the way tilings are done or set in motion an empty cradle, lu of fire thst figures»« largely In orlen- alts on hl« haunches nnd bowls dis
there, and liefure we left hum«’ lie gave some districts, Ii iwcver, the «H.I Illg ta! plill<>M>phy as one of the three or mally. no doubt because he sees bis
me a »«qmrule tutu of uium-y to I «■ goes tlmt
four primal elements of the physical dinner escaping. At length the tired
deer drags Itself wearily from the
usisi only for that imrpose. He didn't
If ys rock the cradle empty.
approvo of the pint! nt ul), lx'< nu«e !»■
Then ye shall have bsbl.-a plenty.
A great commotion uiul balx*l of water and shakes the drops from its
thought nolukiy sbollili go to kill'll
Tin* Sabbath day ns birthday Is snld voices ««»on proclaimed the coming of eoat on the sun warmed strand. Then
place« nub"«« they had money « uuugli to confer nil the virtues on nil Infant the procession of priests, beaded by the companion wolf, which ba« way
to act like all the others there I knew In addition to good looks, which alone the arch priest Bruhinajxiots, carrying laid Its coming, springs nt its throat,
I wouldn't get any more money for are allotted to Monday's child. 'Hie a huge Indian sword, follow«**! by the nnd when the first wolf Joins him they
that purpose, tn I <|e< Id««! to UUuu* the chief cbnriK terlatlc of Tuesday's child two minor | rlests who wen* <!e«tlued have n gorge that makes them Inde
best of what I hud ami try to make It Is grace, w hile n happy dlftp i-ltlon will to walk unharm«*d through that yard pendent of fat«? for a whole week."
do for two places.
belong t > Wednesday's child. Woe Is thick fiery lx«l. scintillating In the In
"My husband wasn't the only man In store for the infant Ixini mi n Thur«- creating «larkues« nud lighting rp the
POINTED PAR/ 3RA d HS
In Hlierry'« without n «Ire»« suit when day, while Friday's child Is destined to dark faces of the hundreds of gaping
we got there, and I wasn't the only godly works. "Hnturday's child must Hindoo« standing lH-hlnd us. While
Then' Is a littl«» wolf and a little rab
woman with a lint on, although there work for Ba living."
we Europeans ami Americans, always bit In every man.
Wer. ,'t n I .; (hurt I I m n.lue There
Very qunlnt la the hlen thut unlcs» an by|w*rcritlcu! am! given t<> « lentlfi re
One way to be unhappy Is to envy
wore two waiters to take our onler, Infant g<Hm higher I. c. upstairs be search, were awaiting the <«>mltig of the happiness of others.
but one of U k ' ui he was a sor^of head fore It goes lower It will never rise III the moment when our 73 per cent of
A lucky man always points w It b
t'nder these clrcumstaucea credulity was either to l«e »haltere«] or pride to Ida goes] Judgment.
waiter fad««! from sight when be la tile w :-|<l
thut we would not n«x«! If the house posMcxxe« no Upper ati Ir
round««! out to th«» fulhies« of a coni
How mnny things there are In n
more than one. I thought the waiter «•axe w .»e old verses adv Is«- the liurae pleted ami abhllng faith In Hindoo grocery store you never will call for!
lookcl at me tinnier than was iksvs to take the Infnnt In lier arms i.nd control and mastery of the devouring
If you want to oblige a friend, do
nary wbllo I was remllug th«* bill of mount n chair or pair of atepa before element of fire, our Hindoo fellow on- something for him bis way Instead of
fare: but. generally spi'iikiug. h«* was she takes her precious charge on Its l<H>k«*rs. <>n th«' other hand, were nntlcl your ow n way.
very til««' They were all pofit«- enough first journey Into the outer worl !.- patllig the drdeal with all the sltnpll"
A great many people see themselves
Lmid .n Mull.
j lty of credulous chil«1ren. Ours w a« an
for tbut matter.
as others see them, but they don’t be
almost terrifying heart tension, and we
"Perhaps he thought I wan looking
lieve w hat they see.
A Throns In a Tomb.
almost w ¡shed that we were not occi
at th«' bill of fare too long I wn« try
Ever occur to you that many of your
dental skeptics, always lx*nt on doubt
Ing to figure out the cheapest dinner lu
sorrows are silly sorrows—that Is. sor
tb<> pince, mid I think I did. The bills ■ays a writer, who for 330 years sat on Ing things of an extraordinary nature.
The priests marclusl about th«* trench rows that are not important?
chaugw every night, but they tell me his throne, crown upon Ills head,
Education is a great thing, no doubt,
that dishes nt about the same figure ter In his band nnd dressed In the royal chanting ami |«erformlng mystic Incan
robes, keeping solemn dominion over i tat Ions, carrying along a glass rell«iu- but the l>est housekeepers didn't get
are iilwnyn to lie ha«k
their know ledge out of books.—Atchi
"Naturally I sklpfx*d caviare ut fl.5o
ALL KINDS OF FRESH, SALT
a portion, but didn’t mind that, an I French ruler, during bls life built for 1 lntng«- of the god Hiva, who. in the
don’t Ilk» It anyway. I t«xik soup—
Ths Impression He Gava.
AND SMOKED MEATS
creata of lettuce with puffetl crusts— a chapel, and la-uenth the chapel a trinity and Is worship««! as the de
His honor Judge Willis, on one occa
w^lch was th«' cheapest. It cost only
SAUSAGESIOF ALL KINDS
80 cents, while the others were «i or hla txxly was placed, fully dressed, Vishnu the preserver of the universe sion going home in an omnibus which
landed him at an inn known as the
60. The soup was enough for two. with scepter and crown. In a sitting po We tlo not know to tills day what those
priests said as they jx'rainbulated Green Man. as usual passed the time
Then I bad for choice nt 30 cents sition. upon a marble throne In this
about that fiery trench, but we do In friendly discourse with the passen
either smelts or bluefish. One portion tomb. Nearly 200 yearn afterward th«*
know what soon followed, for, at the gers. To one housewife who bad been
was not enough, mid that course wan Emperor Otto III. had the vault
eu<! of the Incantation, the two candi marketing he remarked thut. owing to
expensive. The m«>at that we hud wan
dates for the ordeal pltingixl Into the free trade, she was enabled to buy
loin of veal muff««! with breadcrumbn the great emperor wns found In n state
of wonderful preservation, still seatcsl redhot coals and walk««! ankle deep much more for her money than If she
and flavored with herbs, mid It wasn’t
upon hla throne, with Ills sword by his the whole length of the trench, hack lived in a tariff country. To others be
bad. It cost only 50 cents, and one
aid«1 anil the gos|K*la o|K*n In bis Inn. ward and forward, time nnil time talked freely and disi»cnsed couusel
portion wna enough for two.
again. They playe«l with that scintil- aud advice indiscriminately. Arrived
Again, In 11113, the Emperor Barba
that we had |x>tatoes Inurette, which
rossa Frederick 1 had the vault latlng. glowing fire as children play at his destination, be iutiiuated to the
were sliced nnd cooked In cream, for 23
opened, nnd In 1215 Frederick II. took with the sands of Coronado l>each. conductor. "1 want to get out at the
cents. Wo passed up fresh nsparngus
the remalna from the silent chamber kicking It with their feet nn«l st«x>plng Green Mau." Accordingly the omnibus
at 81 50 a bunch and hnd lettti« «• nt 30
over whi« ie for so many years they bed down to pl«'k up handfuls of the glow slowed down, but as he was leaving
copta and pie at n quarter each. There
kept guard and bail them put lulu n ing coals, tossing them In th«' air. to his seat a lady touched him on the
w«»r<f mei straw Ix-rrle« nt $l.5o.
casket ot gold’and silver, In which thev lx? blown ip' the rising evening breeze sleeve and earnestly Inquired. “My
"That was dinner enough for any are still kept.
all over our heads nnd our easily in- good man, don't you tliiuk you've hail
body, nn«l wo saw the place, had all
flnmnuiblc clothing. We were really enoughLondon Tit-Bits.
the beautiful sweet butler we wanted
afraid. No doubt about those sparks
and Um good French bread, and It cost
Ilunltor lightens everything, even and live, falling coal«!
us only a little more than if we hnd grim war. Jefferson Davis, with nil
"Old Hundredth” has bedh variously
When the two priests had walked nn
go/io to a table d'liote. The dinner for
the weight of n war <*u his shoulders. nndUown alone through that fiery iiscrilxxl to Martin Luther. Dr. John
two cost 12.45, and we gave the waiter could .vet spare time to appreciate ami fremWi unscathed am! un.scorched, Dowlaml. mid William Franck.
respond to an artless ^iptical. The In then the whole Hindoo throng secute ! Lovell Mason wrote quite a treatise
“)Vo didn't have wino, ns al! the oth cident Is related by Captain Sutlier
on the old tune in 1S>2, saying em
to suddenly catch the spirit of tlit'i
era seemed to bo hnvlug, but I never land. Among the numerous papers re
priests, nnd. sure of their conqueiitove!' phatically that it was written by Guil
had It anyhow and didn't nilas It. celved by the Confederate president the power of lit'«', they began plunging laume (William) Franck In 1343. But
When we got up and left, there was the following turned up one day:
Into th«» trench, < >li! men mid .voting later musical historians mid antiqua
nobody who looked as If they ha«! en
children walked through that fiery fur rians who have Investigated more close-
Dear Mr President I want you to let
joyed thomselvcs more tlimi wo hnd. Jeema C'. of Co. onth, 5th South (,'nroU’m nace, forward nnd backward, and ly say It was composed by I-ouis Bour
Tbo waiters? I didn't care how they realment. coin« homo nnd get marrl««l
when they had tired of tills "playing geois. l«>rn alHiut 15(X> and died nbout
looked. We were there to enjoy our Jeema la willin', 1 la wiltin', his mummy Mth fire" they came out ns they had 1572 some say in the massacre of St.
say she la willin', but Jeema Cupt'ln he
selves nnd not to pianse them.
ain't willin'. Now when wa all nr<> willin' enter«'d. not n hair or a garment Bartholomew. In 1561-52.—Musical Mil
"1 hnd |5 for that dinner fund, nnd 'oept Jeema Capt'ln, I think you might scorched, not even th«' soles of their lion.
ns J hn<! $2 left ov«-r 1 decided to sei» I«t up ami let J, rina come, fit malto h..n feet blistered.
If Deltnoiilco'n could not lie Included go straight back when he's done r >1 mar
Only males nre allowed to go through
ried ami fight hard as ever. You'- alTec-
for that amount. Ho we went thero.
the fire ordeal.
"You." said she as she came down
"There wo hnd pure«* of pen soup,
Never vet lias any scientific t!i • >ry
Mrs. Davis, tolling the ■!■ ", added
which for tho two of u« cost 40 cents.
that Mr. Davis wrote lb illieefona In «'xplaltu'il th«' power of the Siva wor I glove« "you used to say I was worth
The cheapest fish was 30 cents. For
rcgnrd to th«’ matter on the buck of shipers over fire. Wo ourselves wore my weight In gold."
tbnt wo had n choice of haddock or
absolutely convinced that trickery wns
"Well, what If I did?" he asked, >, oo-o<xx><xxxxx> <XKXXXXXXXXX> y
th«' letter. They were
frostflsh. I didn't know wlint frost-
not to l>e considered ns nn explanation looking at Ills watch for the third time
"Let Jeema go."
fish wore nnd hnd hear«! of haddock.
of what we had witnessed. Los Ange In fifteen minutes.
so wo took Unit. We were already 00
"And now you don’t thiuk I’m worth
To Clarify Vinegar.
cents lu after two courses, no I Inni to
a wait of two minutes.”
To clarify vinegar mi l even muddy
A Caddie’s Cadenza.
go prudently for the rest of the meal.
wine pour Into a hottie of It half n ten-
Lady Golfer (to would lie raddle)—
I paused up the broiled young turk<>y
They Go Together.
cupful of fresh, sweet milk nnd lot Rut what do you know about the
for 82.50, therefor«', and took roast
"Any bottles? Any rags?"
the whole stand for twenty four hours. game? Can you mnke a tee. for In
mutton for 00 cents, which was ths
"Queer combination you deni in, my
As the sediment will settle to the hot
stance? The Would Be Caddie Can 1
Cheapest thing on th«' bill. Thero were
torn with the curdled milk f'p> clear malto— Why, In my young days. lldv. friend.”
potatoea for 30 cents, ns usual, the
“Not so queer. People ns has bottles
liquid may then lie poured of* Into an I used ter do It that well they called
sbenpest of nil th«' vegetables,
generally has rasp."—Washington Her
tneni the tcacadd».—Loudon Sketch.
"I hnd a craving for something site
The Pioneer Bank of Klamath County
73 rooms and suites
Rooms, Etc., Etc
City Meat Market
MEISS & ARMAND
Of Old Continental' Whiskey
Water Mill Whiskey
F. F. V. Rye
is as pure as Government inspection can make
it. It is bottled in bond under Government su
pervision and that carries the guarantee of abso
is the word that tells the story, and when the
government places its O. K. on whiskey you may
be sure it is pure.
C. D. WILLSON
£ Wholesale and Retail Dealer £
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