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THE HIDOLE Of SLEEP
ABOARD A SUBMARINE.
< Il Y BUIA Illi N.
DAIRY' l»l:i>V l.birMIA'IH
Joe Welch la shooing hiinv-x at the
A Mystery That the Mind of Man Life aboard u mu I >iim r in,- Is not NO
About th«- best thing to strike a
iitipli-iiHiiid <>r dangermi* ns one might
match on Is u file. Ever try It?
Is Unable to Penetrate.
lii'ilglne, bill Il I« entirely different
A lot of young people are practic
C. F. GOODRICH, Proprietor
fr >m ttiof led on othei types of slilps
ing for the Dairy Chrlatmaa enter
'I lie crew. IlHUIllly consist Illg of two
THE CAVERN OF MORPHEUS. ullii era nml fourteen men. is hi -I<*’I«-«I
Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats,
Th«- saw mill In the lipper part r t
from viiluiiti-i'rs lifter a most rigid
Carpets, Rugs, Wall Paper
the valley Is not doing much sawing
mi-dleni examination H'-rvh» rarely
It 1« Pitch 0la«.k a« Far a> Human
extends latyond a period of two years,
these damp and snowy days.
Undarvtanding Go««, For W« Know
nnd real work <>n a submarine It limit
W- had pretty good sleighing for
Table Salt, 50 |H>unds for
No Mora Ab ut It Than W« Do About
r«l to ats'iil litre«' weeks In th«- »inn
Snap Soap, IOO Imrs for.............
one day last wei-k, ami then th«-
Ito Twin Myatary, Daath.
mor and •»«<• in tie- winter. During th»
1M< to I .IO
snow went off with a ralir and thaw.
Tea, pet | m > uik |..............................
40« to > .50
Wlii-ti all lx wrlllcn. bow Bill«' w«- rernnlniler of the time the men llu- mi
Dave Shook lost four range cow*
Star Tobacco, | mt plug...............
know ut aleep! It | h n «'loaing of tlu- n "|inret)t" ship or on shore The Isait
spell, chiefly by
l>ors«-sfi«M- Tobacco, |»-r plug .
«•»«•■. 11 dln.ippi iritli'«-, 11 wuhili-i Ing 1» H however pill tlirmi. lt tin- various
ieason of their breaking through the
S|»-ar Head Tobacco, |»-r plug
turn III Ulii-iiny »luiulx-r. Ill dli'iiliilt X evolution» on< i- «-very Week
Itlce, per |M>und ................................... Me, fix- and I .11
dead i»«t. In horrid nightmare <ir In
Ik-ans per | h » uii <1 ........................................... «< and I .07
Mr. W. I’. Sedge's bond as post
••I-Hlllnh-H Ilf billlllioll-lll f'lIII II-x III» t-li x Mlliinarlm* Is olio of heat, the air being
< olumbia Oat Flak' s, piece fo chluawaer in.
master ât hairy was mad» out la it
each |Mickage ............................................. ..
ar» blliid«*d, th«- b>xly lx nli 1 inloii«-.I. rather «lost- a ml lienvy lint the men
Violet Oafs, pa< knge..................................................
Saturday and writ away to Washing
wild«- ibi- IniK-r i-»««-iii'<' 1« w«' know not s«s>n lM-come aemi-tomed to It Htand-
w lii-n- w«' hnv«' no other ktmwh-di'«»
Roll' d Oats, in bulk, KI im > uii <I s for.................. 1.00
<>f sl«-<-p (linn w«> have of di-nlli In <|«- half feet, and toward I- th «-nd» the
limit t>i|H-rs away almost to a point
Dried Prunes, 20 poinds for................................. 1.00
llrluiu or coma <>r Iran«
no l<-xx (him
of bridge he was building near Merrill,
Sugar. |»rr sack............................................................ 0.75
There art- Ito portholes The half Itway
In horiniil al«-«'p hik I In dl««olii(liui. th»
(•old Dust................................ ..
and ho and his gang have returned
•011I I m gone In th»««' It ri-turiix. in In the emtnlng tower Is the only niter-
tbill II dix-N lint i ' iiiii ' iii'itlti or an w«*
usml Titer«' are ventilator« blit w hmi
Price Paid for Hides and Produce
Arrang« Hu nts Ire being mad«- for
Igimr Hilly think
flt<- limit «lives thev are «hut off with a
giving a Christmas tree festival at
Y«-t wlu'ii | n th ' 1 mi my it».nli I for
the Hildebrand school house ✓ Chris'-
get that 1 have i*iic<iiinter«*<l It many
l.lf<- on board a »ulminrim- Is eaten
times nlraady nnd fiml myself non»
th» Wn|'H«». | fnrgl't IllSt I ntl'l'p ’I'll»
* Joe Welch killed twenty-two rab
fly linn no ■h<»rt»r »xlxti-i»«- t 1 linn nnd mnny obj««ct* nr«»
I*. O. i’arnona, one of the promi bits in a couple of hours the other
get her In a narrow wpnr«» I m nini»
man's. W«> bnxtl» xtmiii for a few
nent t'-hldenlH of Bonanza, was In tho day. And Mrs. Welch wav» he can't
years with lu<B'rn«i« Impnrtance n»
('miking Is done In nn « I.-* trie oven, < Ity l u' -iday, stopping ut lit«« Lake inyit, (liber.
txillli'tli«*H tniz.x nt th» window panes
no ( imm I s will' ll have a strong or side Inn.
Will .Shock's greyhounds killed
Th«'», too. hi '. Iii’irln" themselves of
It I m reported that Senator Joseph four coyotes In the last few days.
llifltill«* oioiiii'ti' In I III« utilver»» we d!»ngracable smell nr» tt«Nl < tf course
smoking Is nil' we<| only when on tlt«<
A. choice llu^? of invent»
■Imr» with ibrin Itot tlilx 1« to tnk«<
W Buliey of Texas, th«- great defend- These varmints (the coyotes, I mean)
tio account of III«' prognoutlrx of sleep surface nml then on th«- bridge Ow • r of th«- horse, has now bought an are very numerous this winter in tho
tlint will make
ing to th«' ' ti irn< ter of the men »cleet-
Thera 1« mmethinc tihldon »om«*tliliig e«f dlsclplln«* 1» pi-rfe-1
tilo purchaser monear
M««-r«-t, Mom«' iinfntliotiii«! mystery
A "poor man's party" was given at
The <arly birds, etc., so with the
There 1« scarcely any noise In a sub
whose preMeti»» we feel lill' 'liniint
marine when submerged Th«- greatest < ' ristmaa sl»o|>) qi
Th® one who the bachelor home of Mr. John Don
verify, aome periiK'iitlv» tlwmgbt In
depth tbc li'-nt d'-scen«!.« does not ex buys bls presents early geta the beat nel last Friday evening. Il was large
alalently moving 111 our benrfx Home
ly attend« ,! every one wearing their
pho«pli"r<*»>-i'ii I* ihn» glow« wi> km-w* ceed thirty feet At that depth her before they are all sold.
sfs-e«l 1« almtlt H knots Th» nlr Is
Fine Ashland Home for trade for rommonest clothes.
not wJteii'-e through our -hndowy at
quit«* "breathable" for fmtr hours, but
In case of emergency th«- craw nn re Klamath county farm tinder the ditch.
Neither sleep Itself nor half it» prom
mnln ••l"s««J In for seventy hours with
laex nor rnyatcrl«'« bitv» I hm - ii plumln-d out «Jan ger
ath Falls, Oregon.
12-16-1-6 ed a week ago by being thrown be
It Is the mother «if anp»ratitl»tia ami
Mrs. Illchuid Shi.re Smith left on neath the horse he was riding, near
The men love the life Willi th«' off|.
of mlriu'lex Inilrcnmx we may senrati rera they nr<- as one fninllv sharing Tit' «lay for Eug> u<- to s | h - u <1 the hoi the Chas. E. Drew place, He will be
th«' «urfac«< imi W'T m of th«' fri««) »oiii everything eqttnlly. Including th» «Inn-
Idays. Mr Smith expects to join hl< "out of commission" as a broncho
Vlaioti» I ti the night nr » not all hallu
ger« which are not niwh to sp«-nk of. wlf ay soon as the prem-nt session of buster for a short time.
»Inn 1 inn» l; Voices In the night are not provided every one does hl« duty.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Michael of
nil tn«» king There Is n prophet dwell* When tin- weather 1« fair there Is very the Circuit Court adjourns.
A dispatch from .Nairobi In British Dairy contemplate making a two-
within the mind tex of th«* mind but little rolling |n r>wh weather the
drejM-r throne«! In olMu-ttrlty
nn-n e«ea(H- knocking nliotit by holding East Africa states that «-x-lTesiilent months' visit to California, going :*.s
The lirnln cannot know of tlila
on ti. "steadying lines” - New York Roosevelt lias now coll«»cted and far south as Los Angeles before re
presence nor of It* life In sleep
ly prepared for i-trration turning. They expect to depart about
brain 1« mortal nml untn>«Mv<>rft
Mr. Michael is a
6 6 '2 largo and small anlmata an«l December 21st.
pb<>n»grnph ami « camera for nu
bard-worker, and certainly deservej
nnd pnlpnlde «■xlsleiwe Strike
Mrs. M. M< Milan, proprietress <f a rest.
blow In 'Tilldlirwxf «0 that It rrnw
They Got Through Thoir Work Quickly the l.ak«-si«le Inn, returned Saturday
One of the funniest things that has
labor« nml nwnke It tiv ««irgerv
and With Littlo Fuoo.
fortv yrsra and II will repent 1 b
evening from Chico, where she has occurred during the recent contro
The working of the British Jury sys been visiting her daughters for the versy over the proposed sale of the
fanille action or woril It ln»t r«-ror<1"«1
nnd will t’il;» «ip its t.n«k on Ibe In tem cxlillili . a marked contrast with past several wm-ks.
tule lands matter, to my mind, wai
MRS. M. M c M illan , PropY
atuut. «linking no account < f «tie Inter that of our «•'• ■ It I« i ■ II /1hat my
been in the chipping in of Rex E. Bord, when
nxollute rrnri TI h - v nra nonexistent exf-Tlmce In ''.rltr'i court« win ex-
this vicinity for the past •everd he had nothing of any consequence
to It Yet to tlint hidden tm-ni r> th"«» ceptlonal. I nt I , no- a «Ingle Instance
73 rooms and suites.
w.-eks organizing granges, left Thurs to say on the subject—and he said it
d|aen«<-«l 1 »nra nra not blank It know»
Sample Rooms, Bar Room, Parlors, Two Club
in such a grandiloquently manner as
It hn» nwordixl tlnutrh th» brain Im« ed In nl! • f tli» r, 'ir'« requiring ju- day on the stage for Bonanza,
Rooms, Etc., Etc.
i • • ary
fi t i metier
o ’• r of ii'-n where bo goes to organize another to be side-splittlngly laughable.
slept Ami In liypnotl» « r paychi' rles the
While the grand jury is about it,
trnner wlx'ii flint wonderful ru'.er 1» were present, ant they wm n- -sworn In grange.
release«! from Hie prison of the Ix-ily It without question In the »' ilicrlITs dep-
Mr. A. Chadwick entertained the some peoplearc wondering why It do»s
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
uty court in Scotland the prasldlng U
can sfw-nk through tbc nt->m blent mn
S. It. S. Whist club Saturday even not do something toward bringing to
to the Jury that h»
•blurry of the flesh nml tell of thing» Judge gave noli
ing at th«- home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Justice the parties who attempted to
man himself couhl tmt kn»w bemuse expo ted to nd loom the court at 2
Zimmerman. Mr. Wiley ana Mrs. I. 1 av. Phillip Oden of Pin» Flat Indi« t- ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦»»♦
of hl» paralyze«! brain Tills ruler 1« o'clock and stated that If they could
ed for shooting at a certain liai ; >• X
not asleep In •>,l««rp. nor In delltlum 1« nil remain until that hour he would nt 8. Voorhees carried off the hono m
whom the former grand jury found T
It dellrlmi«. nml In death 1» it dend'*
J. G. Stephenson, president of the he didn't shoot at—that the whole
Through nil th«' ng«'» It hn» lieen our cnlleil for a second panel The jurors
sphinx, which we have Interrognted In conferred together nnd decided to re Water Vsers' association. Is in the affair was a clumsily put-up job. It
vain It Join» not In our Inughter nor mnln till | o'clock, whereupon th» city from Ids Ixist. River ranch in wt- was a story concocted out of a desire
our tenrx W» have flinch'd ft with Im judge notlflol the other men to appear j tetidanc«- on th«- Circuit Court as a for revenge.
Not merely by buying and putting Wall Paper on the walls'
mobile. briHxIlng fenturen of utmost nt 12 30 Ttie one Jury Impaneled for
Omaha papers seem to take little
Juro^. Mr. Stephenson has been sick,
to our store room ant! see th«- latest decorations, and
knowledge nml wlxdotn nml sorrow It
account of the Klamath county ex
and see thc-rooni pictured when completed. We can help you to
han n«k«'d us but one <pie»tl«>n. nor diets In cases Involving pronecutlons and was unable to be present at the
hibit at th«- great National Corn Show
opening of court last week.
fram the day of Oedipus unto today for thefts, fraud nnd burglary
M'l«'<t th«- very prettiest. Come anil see us. Everything in the
simply alluding to it as a part of
have we answered rightly, so fhnt we
line. SEND FOR SAMPLES.
«11» of our Ignorance It Is o«|rls liv Taunton. England. I saw a single Jury : week from his two weeks' vaca- th» Union Pacific exhibit, and let it
BAMBER & PEAIRS
ing In us It 1» th» unknown God to In one <Jny render eleven verdicts I tlon. during which he visited Port- go at that. We get n<» cheap advertis
Opposite Baldwin's Hardware Store
whom we erect «Mir nllnrs. the Arc tn found that It was customary In tho land. Seattle, Vancouver, B. C., from ing there, while those states and com
th«’ tnlicrnnclc. th«* pratwnm tiehlnd the several sorts of court that 1 attended which point he went to San Francisco munities which contended for prizes
veil. Not In normal wnl.efulness nt for tho same Jury to act In successive
via sti-atner, making the trip during get the cream of the advertising. A
least will ft answer our queries, but In cases In no Instance did I nee a Jury
of the worst storms In the history cornleas country has little chance for RESTORATION TO ENTRY' OF 1320 feet; thence E 660 feet; thence
sleep sometimes It will speak. And It
glory at a corn show.
LANDS IN NATIONAL FAIREST
8 330 feet;
thence E 1320 feet;
may possibly !•«• that nt Inst, after all diet Usually the Issue before tliont of the coast.
Mr. Gilson, who has bought the
(bene «•rnturli's. we nra learning how
thence N 70 degrees E 2838
Bennett place, has arrived
Notice is hereby given that the feet; thence N 1320 feet to place ,,f
t<> qu«*»tlon II nnd In hypnotic trance attention know In advance what the day with a load of Ills famous sausages Jasper
and In Hie fearful law of »ugc%st|on decision would Is* I made note of an and turkeys, which he distributed with his family and is fully installed lands described below, embracing beginning, application of D. A. Jones
nra dl»«-ovcrl«ig soinewhnt of Itn tny» exceptional Instance of delay when the among his select list of friends and in his comfortable home, He tells] 592.5 acres, within the . Umpqua.
of 310 High street. Eugene, Oregon;
tery »ml how to employ It for our cour> was forced to wait nine minutes customers. Mr. Merrill's products me that he has been looking for a de-, Deschutes and Cascade national for
list 6-191. TheSVs ot.N'El» ofSEI4,
worldly good Yet to Its essential sc for the report of the Jury In this case
sirable location all over the coast for ests, Oregon, will be subject to set the St, of SE
of SW14, S>4 of
cref we nre no rimer than our fore the Judge who gave the Instructions are choice, but unfortunately are lim
was himself In doubt ns to whnt the ited, and those who are favored arc tho past seven years, and has ex- tlement and entry under the provi SE*4, sec. 3. and the N'E1« of NW 14,
pended at least 31,000 a year in tho sions of the homestead laws of the sec. 10, twp| 23 8., range 9 E.; 160
to be envied.
We inny define dreams nnd night- verdict ought to be
and now he is perfectly sat- United States and the act of June 11, acres, application of Francis M Dyer
innrr, coma nnd swiwin and trim«»
with What terms we will, senr'-h their persons, nnd a majority may render a who has been in tho city for «everal ,afle<1 wt,h his location; that t|)e cll- 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the United of Rosland, Oregon; list 6-162. Tho
In England the number Is weekH Investigating the prospects of',,lttte her*' ,akl"K the year through, States land office at Lakeview, Ore
physh-nl reasons nml lenrti to guide verdict
W4 of NW
of NW % and the
unanimity la required Hut
■nd gunrd. yet we know no more of
this section, left on Tuesday morn-
best he has been able to find gon on February 26. 1910. Any set SW *4 °f NW *4 . sec. 9, twp. . 24 S,
them than of electricity. We may be
The Ing for Sacramento, where he will “n<* taking into account the fact tha tler who was actually and in goo«l range 10 E., 60 acres, listed upon
gin to su«p«-<'t thnt telepathy nnd clair results In tho two countries
join his wife, and together will make ! his land Is covered by a private irri- faith claiming any of said lands for application of George Nolan of Ros-
voyance nml «wciilt forces <»f (!>«• soul twelve men In the English Jury were
tour of Southern California.
in nation system, hq is highly please«! agricultural purposes prior to Janu land. Oregon; list 6-l»i. The SV4 nt
nre not auperatltloun fancies, nml w«»
In speaking of ary 1, 1906. and has not abandoned NH of lot 2 (or 8>4 of N% of NW 14
innv even «'tnplrl'iilly classify nnd ns were the eight out of fifteen tn the tho spring Mr. Thomas will return with his outlook.
he said that it same, has a preference right to make of NEk* ) the N*, of SEi4 Of ]ot 2,
study nml direct them. Yet the
itself Is no nearer <»ur luqnlsltlon.
has come out for a complete system was a fine country to visit in in tho homestead entry for the lands actual the SW y* of SE«4 of lot 2, the SW»4
A Hot Spot.
Though we should know -if Its renl-
I of self government In Ireland so fa winter time, “but in the summer, oh, ly occupied. Said lands were listed of lot 2, the a W14 of NE14 of SW *4
"I believe that Monterey. Mexico, Is
Ity, though our flnlt«' minds should
my!" Mr. Gilson's experience ought upon the applications of the persons of NE%, the NW 14 of SW>4 of
ns regards purely Irish affairs.
fathom th«' Infinitude, of w'mt benefit the hottest spot In the world tn the
to be of value to some other people 1 mentioned below, who have a prefer NEi4. the NW 14 of 8W% of SW '■«
would It be? Would It modify our lie- daytime," snhl an Arizona man. "I
ence right subject to the prior rignt of NEk* and the SEI4 of lot 3 (or
I now," was never more apt than at have heard of.
llefs or our lio|M’a or our fnlth«? Would have seen the thermometer register as
The Christmas eve entertainment of any such settler, provided such set
. of NE J4 of NW «4 1 sec. 4, twp.
fl dlctnt«- «me nctlon to our passionate
j is to be held in the school house, and tler or applicant is qualified to make 24 3.. range 10 E.. 52.5 acres, ap
Ilves? There would be no « hnnge in noon. It was so hot that the natives their Christmas shopping now, not
humnn natura nml no reforms of the who ventured on the streets would only to nyoid tho rush, . but because i1” ,o b,‘Rln at 7 o'clock sharp, Don't homestead, entry and the preference plication of Alice O. Nolan of Ros
C. W. S.
right Is exercised prior to February land. Oregon; list 6-120. Fred Den
world We nre the « hlhlrcn of our fn- hug the foot wide shade of the low' tho choicest gifts in every line are | bo late.
thers. nml our children will tren«l the buildings like lichen clings to tree always sold first.
26\ 1910, on which Jr.te the lands nett, commissioner of the General
CHRISTMAS BAY SERVICES AT
prehistoric path« Dreams nre our Ilf», bark. But here’s the funny pnrt of it:
will be subject to settlement and en Land office.
THE CATHOLIC ( III Rt'll try by any qualified person.
whether we wake or sleep. We drowse When the sun acts It begins to cool off, versify of Oregon girls will meet a
Approved November 29, 1909.
through existence, awaking nnd dying nnd nt night It Is pAsitively necessary
The S\4 of
morning then- will lands are as follows:
nnd tw-lng relmrn dally, ever torpeacent
N'x of NEM. the S*4 of N *4 cf
First Assistant Secretary of tha
nml unntnnzed. and our thouaand alum- are delightfully cool, and I presume It Washington In the spring, Women ho three masses celebrated in the
borons dcnih« we «nl! restorative sleep la because one is able to get a good of th«> University are taking much In Catholic church. Klamath Falls; NE’* of NE'*, the SH of S»4 >f
-sleep thnt restore our physical be sleep that It Is possible to live In that terest in tho literary society work, namely at 7:30, 8:30 iqid 9:30. At NEY* of NW >4. the SE>4 of NEV*,
ing. building ip» wln-re we have torn Climate." Washington Post.
and hope to win this debate.
the last mass the Rev. Pastor will the NV4 of the SWV4 of NE%, the
down, recreating whnt wo destroy.
Th«» Daughters of Pocohontas en- deliver a short sermon, and at the I nk of 8V4 of SW>4 of NE%, the
in Klamath Falls,
The Complete Bookkeeper.
Black-pitch blink, Indeed Is the
tertaine«l In honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. conclusion of the religious services NN of Sr. -« of NWV* and the N *i -f November 25, 1909, a bay mare, 7
cavern of Morpheus, Fnlth peoples It
(’. Tyrell Sunday afternoon. A num the Christmas tree festival will take SN of BE 14 of NW**. sec. 35. twp. years old. weighs about 1,125, brand
with varlol legions nnd biilhls Its your books balance? Mrs. Booker—
ber of Redmon and their friends were place in the Assembly building hall US. range 8 E., W. M., 160 acres. ed RX on stifle and L on shoulder:
clino» Into myriad form«, Nl 'fitly we
Refreshments were served, at tho rear of the church. A speci il listed upon application of Joseph L. blocky build, scant mane, clipped
enter It nnd «Irnln tlu- T cthenn nlr nnd
and all those
present spent a very en- program of music Is being prepared Ringo of Crescent, Oregon; List 6- foretop , shod all around. Will pay
forget, nnd dully we return with re Run.
by th«» St. Cecil's choir, under the 117. A tract of 160 acres, which reward for her return or information
Job Ings, babbling of dreams Hint were
For Him to Say.
not drenni«'«!, nml flnnlly wo ruler for
N. 8. Merrill has Just added to his leadership of the organist. Miss when surveyed, will probably be with leading to her recovery.
"Do you think I can stand nn opera
the lust time nnd drain somewhat
farm a lino Jack, which he shipped Florence Santiman. There will be a in sec. 13, twp. 24 S, range 7 E.,
W. A. DELZEL.
mor«> deeply the essence of ecstasy
from California at a cost of 31.000. rehearsal of the Christmas music in bounded and described as follows:
First National Bank.
nml nwnke n<> more nnd no more re
Mr. Merrill has on«» of the best mule tho assembly hall next Sunday morn Beginning at tho NW corner of Sec
turn to the nntumn dyed skies of the better than I do."- Exchange.
Geese are flying good in the valley,
fnrniH In Klamath county, and has ing at 10 o'clock. AU the members tion 18, twp. 24 S., range 8 E.;
dawn. And yet we shall dream.—At
Anger la a stone cast Into a wasp«' raised some of the largest mules on of the choir are requested to be thence W 1320 feet; thence S 66>) rot only the big honkers, but lota of
feet; thence W 3300 feet; thence S the little gray fellows as well.
Tho Crow, tho Work and tho Kind of
Lils tho Mon Load.
Charles Woodmd was on the sick
list last week.
A. B. Libby was In the elfy Thurs
day from bls ranch at Tule Luke.
<>. W, Young came In from ills
ranch ut Lorellu Wednesday
on the stage.
Mr. and Mrs. John Knott of Kort
Klamath were vsitlng In the city for
a few days lust Week.
Goodrich’s Cash Store
M ASON &. S l OU G H
MASON &. SLOUGH
Make the Home Beautiful