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The Forlorn Man
DON’TS FOR FALL BRIDES.
Pretty and Happy
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Klamath,
'.m.' « B, I uin». Plaintiff,
Julia F.. Burns, Ik-fendant.
To Julia E. Burn«, ilio defendant.
In lie name of the State <>t Oregon :
You are hereby required to appetir
and answer lhe complaint tiled svaiiut
the alx'Ve i iittlled suit <>ll or Le
fore Thursday the 2l»t dav of Novem-
ber, 1 7, lading tlie hist dav of tlie
time I lesortlxxl III till* older for Publi
cation lii' this sum mou», .nul it ymi fail
so to anawer, fur want thereof, tlie
plaintiff «ill apply to the Court for tin*
relict demanded in tin* complaint, I
w it : For a diXTee dissolving the bond»
lot matrimoiiv existing liemeen plain-
liri and deh leluni, und fol such othii
and further relief a» in equity may lx*
meet and proper. This summons is
served bv publication in the "Klamath
Republican,'* liy order of Hon. Henry
I.. Benson, Judge ot the Circuit Court
for the County of Klamath, datisi the
Sth day of October, 1907, «hieb said
order requires that this suinnions lx*
publi«htxi once a week tor six succes
sive weeks from the 10th day of October,
1907, said day being the first day of
publication of said summons.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Don't leave the ordering of
frocks so late as to ! h > mssllessly
Tilts stor.v is true. 1 That Is. the rie«l the last few
vs, Y our
events narrated are follow red a« closely and attentiou will lx fully occ
to tho original happenings * ns they can with a hundred nd <> io small mi
be without polutlng to tli he actual oe- that turn uir at to l.i
Matthew Tuttle was a |
good father and a gm*d Ii
was comfortably off in
goods, happy and coup
state incut is made with the re: •erva«
tlon that so Mr. Tuttle iipi«earvd. That future husbaud tha
he had means is certain. That be was as happy ami pref y as i
contented ami happy 1» assumed
exuse lie showed no sign to tho con
Dou't sit up until a ,y liour of tl
night the ulgtit bci'or your wsHldlug.
One afternoon after business hours Try to go to bed In really goo ! time,
Mr. Tuttle did not come home as usual so that you tuny lx- ns fresh ns possi-
/ A’/ n
CM4S. i woenry
His wife waited dinner an hour; 9, 10 ble in tlie morning.
o'clock came, and still he did not come.
Dou’t eat Indigestible food, The lu
Mrs. Tuttle auppoaed he had beeu un- evitable excitement Is apt to tqiset
avoidably detained, but why had he even tlie «tnu“i >»t.
not telephoned as usual? At 11 o'clock
Pou t arrau.e your veil so it drags
she called up the police headquarters. your hair t ack. Wear your veil over
Capital Stock $100,000
requesting that they seud to certain a firm knot and thus avoid the flat
places where her husbaud might t>oied- tened look that mars the airpearance
Open for buaincu every day in lhe year excepting Sunday* and legal holiday*.
O. K. S .— Aloha Chapter No.61, meet«
bly 1« found. These places were fls- of so many brides.
Open Saturday* until 7t JO p. in.
ill the Masonic hall every ikoim I and
•»ted, but Mr. Tuttle was not at any of
Don't spend the first few moments
iourth Tuesday evening» tn each nicnth.
of the servlet* -truggling with your
Christine Mm !(»■(), W. M. Jennie E.
Internt Paid on Saving« Deposita
The next morning the city was ran gloves. It is a simple matter to undo
sacked for the missing man—that is. the buttons lx*fore reaching the church,
Mil TH WM H \SH In .hart» .1 •*►/««. dri’i
after the usual hour for bis appear ami this will enable you to slip them
ance at his office. That hour came off easily an 1 hand them to your chief
Encampment meets tirai and third
and the next, and there were no sitfus bridesmaid without any fuss or flurry
Friday* ol each monili in the A. O, ('.
of Mr. Tuttle. The day passed witb-
W. hall. c. c. Brower,U. I*.
Don’t murmur the vows Inahdibly.
out the slightest trace of him. Uia Try to remember that you love the
Notice for Publication
Geo. L. Humphrey, Scribe.
wife soon fell into a condition border man who is going to be your husband
ing on nervous prostration.
and are proud of him.
A. F. A A. M.—Klamath
Sept. 27. 1907.
Weeks, months, years |>assed and Mr.
Don't forget to say something pleas Notice is hereby given that In compliance
Tuttle was not heard from. The police ant to each of the guests. It is pleas with the provisions of the act of Congress ot Lixige No. 77, Meet* t‘ec<»mi
gave him up. considering his case one ant lo have preseuta appreciated, but June 3.1878, entitled "An act for tnc sale of and Iourth Mondays of each /\^\ I
of the many in which the subject Is quite the reverse to be thanked effu timber lands in the States of California, Ore* month in the Mammie Hall. W. T.
murdered and the body successfully sively for teaspoons when you have gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory.” as Shivs, AV. M. W. Bowdoin, Secretary.
extended to all lhe Public l.and States by act
got away with. This they at last told given saltcellars.
of August 4. 1882, Kosa E. Hager, of Dodge
Mrs. Tuttle, and as soon as she became
K. of P.—Klamath Ixxlg«* No. 9q
Don't put off changing your frock
convinced of it herself, accepting the till the last minute if you are going «‘enter. County of Dodge, Htate of Minne meet« in Ssmlervon*» hall every Mon
b . ti Bninbnr, »'. u.
Inevitable, she became resigned and on a trip, it is Just as Important to sota, has this day filed in this uifice her dav«mining.
sworn statement No. 3788, for the purchase of
John Y. Tipton. K. of R. and S.
regained her health. Her husband's put your traveling dress on well as It lhe Lots 3, 6,10 and 11 of Sec. No, 20. in Tp
estate was administered, and widow is to put on the wedding gown care No. 39 8 . R No. 6, E W M, and will offer proof
M.W. <>f A.—Gslge meet« in tlm
and children were found to have in fully. A disheveled bride starting out to show that the land sought is more
herited such an income as they needed. on her houeyiuoou is not au attractive valuable for its timber or stone than for A. < ». I . W. hall evrrv Irti Md tiiirci
Five years after Mr. Tuttle's disap Bight.
agricultural purpose«, and to establish her Wedlieadav in thè monili.
W. B. McLaughlin, Conaul
claim to »aid land before the clerk of
pearance a man of forlorn mien went
Don't, above all. act the part of
W. A. l*li«*l| mx , Clerk.
up to the Tuttles' front door and rang Lovey and Dovey on the bridal trip. Klamath County at his office at Klamath
the bell. Of the servant who answered Then? is nothing so ordinary and com Falls, Oregon *»u TuesdAy, lhe 10th day
the summons he asked if Mrs. Tuttle mon and generally idiotic as the spoon December* 19U7.
Prosperity Rel»*kah Lodge No. 104
She names as witnesses:
l. O.O. F. metis in tin- A. O. I’. W.
lived there. He was informed that she ing habit iu public-
Waller Anderson. Roy Anderson, Jam«»
owned the house, but had rented it
Whitcomb and Clarence Hager all of Forest, tulli every tirsi ami third Wednesday«
in the monili. Mary E. Fish, S. G.
and gone to Europe with her children.
Lorinda M, Nattlier, Necretarv.
A BIRTHDAY PARTY
The man turned away.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
It was a Sunday morning, and he
above described lands are requested to tile
Wine« ah<l Liquor*
strolled aimlessly for awhile till, pass How the Affair May Be Attractively their claims in this office on or before said
Forester« of America—F.wniiiiii Camp,
of Choice Vintage
10th day of December, 1307.
ing a church, he entered it and took
No. Bi, moot« in U m A. O. I . W. hall
Bitt ST« M'K < >F
a back seat.
C. D. Will« n, C. R.
"What's that handsome marble lie servance for a young girl it is a pretty
E. E. Jamison, Rec. Sec.
AI LXICHAL WATER
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side the chancel?" he asked in a whls fad to invite as many young frieuds as
per of one next him.
\ the young lady is years of age. Have
United 8tate* Land Office, Juikevlew, Ore
“That's the Tuttle font," was the re the decorations of die table carry out gon September 27, 1907
Women Woodcraft, Ewauna Circle i
Notice I* hereby given that in compliance No. 647, meet« every secoml and fourth
ply. “It was placed there in memory the same idea—thus, have ten roses if
of Matthew Tuttle, who disappeared the young lady is ten years old or with the provisions of the act of Congress of 1 Friday in Sanderson's hall.
Mr». Dollie Virgil, G. N.
twenty-five pinks if that number cor June 3 187«. entitled “An act for the «ale of
and never was beard from.”
The forlorn man made no reply and responds to her age. Have the souve timber land» in the states ot California. Ore
gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory." as
when the congregation was dismissed nirs carry out the same idea, even if extended to all the Public Land Stales by act
Fraternal Order of Eaglea meets
PHONE çj 6
went out with the others and stood on they are very inexpensive. Every girl ot August 4. 1892, oxra L. Brown, ot Klamath every
.Monday evening at 8 o’clock in
the church steps as if not knowing finds use for beauty pins, and a bunch Fall*, county of Klamath. State ot Oregon, A. O. U. W. Hall. Henry Boivin, W.
W. II. D clanky , Man if
S tkwakt A L yons , Prop’«
where to go. Presently he weut down of them tied with a bright ribbon has tiled in thi* office bi* »worn atatement 1’. Otto Heidrich, Sec.
into the street and boarded a trolley would not be inappropriate. If feasi No. 3774. for the purchase ot the uw1,»-!, Sec.
8. B. No. 19, K, W M.
car. After half an hour’s ride he got ble, have the decorations of the color No. 19. in Tp. No.
out at a cemetery and, entering the most often worn by the young lady and will offer proof lo »bow that lhe
gate, followed a walk till he came to r.nd selected for the fittings of her land »ought la more valuable for it* timber or
a lot whereon was a handsome monu sleeping apartment. Ask each guest | »tone than for agricultural purpoae». and to 1
entabliah bl* claim to *ald land before the
ment He read the inscription, "Iu to bring an inexpensive present, laying I Clerk of Klamath County, Oregon, at hi»
Memory of Matthew Tuttle.” The man stress on the word inexpensive. Say I office at Klamath Fail», Oregou, on Monday,
looked at the other graves in the lot
the 9th day of December, 1907.
taking in each separately, then went suitable for a girl one year old," and
He names as wltneaaea:
Holder of License No 29.
* in connection with the
suggest that the next bring one for a
Wm. Snow, C. N. Snow, W. O. Webb and B. 8. j
One morning in Geneva, Switierland,
where Mrs. Tuttle bad gone to put her the years. If each guest enters into Any and all peraon* claiming adversely the
children at Bchool, she was walking the spirit of the affair, one will bring a above-deacrlbed land* are requeated lo file
over the bridge leading to an island stick of candy in the form of a sachet, tbelr claim* in thi* office ou or before aald 91 b
of Dec.. 1907,
in the Rhone, now and then stopping and another a doll ready to do duty as day
J. N. WATSON, Regitter. i DR. CHAS. H. DRAKE
to lean over the stone guard and look a pincushion. If it will not make the
into the crystal waters. After one of table service too long, have a« many
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these pauses she raised her bead to courses a« there are guests and after
! United State« Land Office, Lakeview, Ore
proceed. Suddenly she clutched at the the dinner an equal number of games.—
Office in Exchange Barn
gon, Sept. 27. 19S7.
stone beside her and was «inking down Boston Cooking School Magaslne.
Tho only through lino for freight ami piis-
Notice I* hereby given that in compliance
when a man caught her in bls arms.
It was her busband.
between the Southern Pacific ami
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
3. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale ot
Some time passed before the aston United State* Land Office, Lakeview, Oregon. June
timber land* In the State* of California, Ore
tho Klamath country. Quickest »ervice
ished woman could speak, and then Auguat 13, 1907.
gon. Nevada. and Waahington Territory,” aa
Not'ee la hereby given that In compliance
the idea that filled her brain was that
extended to all tha Public Laud State* by act
and Lowest Rates. Tell your troubles by
with the provision, of the act of Congres- of
DR. WM. MARTIN
she had been deserted.
of Auguat 4. 1892, Della Mae Harlow, of Klam
Phono or Letter to
"Where have you been?” she asked, June 3,1878, entitled “An act for the sale of atb Falla, county of Klamath. Stateof Oregon,
timber land* in the State* of California. Ore
haa thia day filed tn thia office her (worn
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,” a*
■tatement No. 3799, for the purchase of tha n.%
"I remember,” be said, placing his te
extended to all the Public Land State* by act
Sec. No. 23, and nw^aw^ of Se:. No. 24.
hand on his forehead, “a long while | I August 4, 1892, Della Brewbaker, ot
In Tp. No. 37 8, ft No. 9 E W m. and will offer
ago boarding a train. Where I was
lamath Fall*, county of Klamath, State of
proof to «bow that the land »ought I* more
going I don’t know. After that I re Oregon, ha* filed in tnl* office her valuable
for iu timber or atone than for agri
membered nothing till three weeks
cultural purpoae«, and to eatabllah her claim
to MclI^TIRE TRANS. CO. at Klamath Falls or Pokegama
ago, when I suddenly seemed to come
to aaid land before the clerk of Klamath
to myself. I was in Philadelphia. I Township No. 41 8. R No. 6 E, W M, county, Oregon, at hi* office at Klamath Falla,
and will offer proof to show that the land
took a train for home and found you sought
Oregon, on Wednesday the Ittb day ot De-
is more valuable for Its timber or stone
had come over here. I had no trouble than ."or agricultural purposes, and to estab | cember, 1907.
COUNSELOR AT LAW
in identifying myself and getting lish her claim to said laud before the clerk of She name* a* wltneue*:
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
money to follow you. I have just ar Klamath county, Ore., at bis office at Klam I K. E. Dunlap, Mark L. Burn*, Jeue C
rived. At your apartments they told ath Falls, Ore., on Monday, the 4th day of Craven aud C. W. Harlow, all of Klamath ROOMS 7 48, MURDOCK BLDG.
me you walked here mornings while November. 1997.
Any and ail peraon* claiming advertely the
She names as witnesses:
the children are at school.”
Jennie Seeborn, Milo Este*, Cora Estes, and 1 above-described land* are requeated to file
The wife looked at her busband for
DR. C. P. MASON
tbelr claim* In thia office on or before »aid
confirmation and saw It in his forlorn, W m. Lashuaall of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
11th day of Dec., 1907.
half dazed expression. Then, though
J. N. WATSON. Regl»tcr.
above-described lands are requested to file
Of Old Continental Whiskey
not entirely unobserved, she threw her tbelr claims in this office on or before said 4th
Office in American Bank 4 Tru«t Com
arms about him. At that moment a day of November, 1907.
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Water Mill Whiskey
clock near by struck 12, and soon
J. N. WATSON. Register.
after three children came running to
United State* Land Office, Lakeview, Orc-1
Notice for Publication.
gon, Sept. 27,1907.
the bridge. A man none of them re
F. F If. Rye
I Notice I* hereby given that in compliance I
membered who stood by their mother
United State* Land office, Lakeview, Oregon with the provision* of the act of Congreu of
took them one after another In bls August IS, 1'4)7.
is as pure as Government inspection can make
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the aale of
arms and kissed them. Then the re-
Notice I* hereby given that in compliance timber land* In the State* of California, Ore
united family went away.
with the provision, of the act of Congress ol gon, Nevada, and Waahington Territory,” a*
it. It is bottled in bond under Government su
Later, when the children’s school June 3, 1378, entitled “An act for the .ale of extended to all the Public I,*nd State» by act
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR
pervision ami that carries-the guarantee of abso
term was finished, the family went In timber land* in the state of California. Ore of Auguat 4,1892, Sarah A Mulkey, of Klamath
to the Alps for the summer. In the gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,” a* Fall*,county of Klamath, State of Oregon, ha*
autumn Mrs. Tuttle’s health had been extended to all the |Publlc Laud State* by act thi» day filed in thi* office her sworn »tate
restored by the invigorating mountain
ment No. 3793, for the purchase of
Klamath Falla. County of Klamath, State of the
air, and they all sailed for America, of
filed In this office her of Sec. No. 17, in Tp. No. 38 8, R
but before reaching home the inscrip sworn statement No. 3762 for the purchase of
tion had been retpoved from the Tuttje the Loti, of See. No. 14. In Tp, No. 41 8, R.
WILL A. LEONARD
memorial font, and the monument Tn No. 6 K, W M, and will offer proof to show the land sought 1» more valuable for Its lim
ber or »tone than for agricultural purposes,
the lot In the cemetery had been re that the land sought la more valuable and to establish her claim to »aid land before
is the word that tells tho story, and when tho
moved. The man to whose memory for its timber or atone than for agricultural the Clerk of Klarnatb County, Oregon, at bis
these two mementos had been erected purposes, and to establish her claim to said office at Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Tues
places its 0. K. on whiskey you may
blds fair not to need such things for land before clerk ofKIainath county at bla day, tho loth day of December. 191/7.
he sure it is pure.
office at Klamath Falla. Oregon, on Monday,
a long while to come.
She names a» witnesses:
Charles Moiander, J.C. Cravens. Hamilton
It is questionable if these sudden the 4th day of November, 1907.
She names as witnesses:
Mulkey and K. E. Dunlap, all ol Klamath
lapses of memory have ever received
Della Drewbaker, Milo Kates, Cora Estes and Falla, Oregon.
C. F. STONE
their trne explanation. We know that Wm. Lashua all of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any and all parioai claiming adversely the
the faculty of memory Js a process of
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
ATTORNEY AT LAW
delicate mechanism, but how and why above described landa are requested to file above-described lands are requested to file
such mechanism temporarily geA out their claims in thi* office on or before said 4th
loth Jay of De ., 1907.
day of November, 1907.
of order we are ignorant.
J. N. WATSON. Register, j
J. N. WATSON, Register.
EUGENE HOLMES BURT.
The American Hank and Trusi Co
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Work
livery and Feed Stable
Both Saddle and Driving Horses
BALDWIN 4. HUGHES
M iDWAY B ar
Klamath Lake Railroad
Ore. and Cal. Transportation Co.
E. T. ABBOTT, Gen. Mgr,
Office over Klamath County Bank
C. C. BROWER
E. B. HENRY
C. D. WILLSON
& Wholesale and Retail Dealer
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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