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KLAMATH REPU tí LÍCAN¡ t MARK TWAIN STORY
E. J. MURRAY, Editor
LEADING NEWSPAPER OF INTERIOR OREGON
Showing What May Be Achieved
by Nerve and Reiteration.
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
A LESSON IN PERSEVERANCE.
All communications submitted for publication tu th«* columns of this
paper will be insetted only over th«* name of the writer. No non de plume
article« will be published.
Going to Prov« That Repetition W«P
Work Wondara if a Man Haa Only
MEDFORD WINS Al SHOW
tha Nacaaaary Amount of Chaak to
Stand Up and Kaap on Talking.
Effect Th«y Produce Whan First Seen
by Colo««d Races.
Either Stanley or Livtugston«
CARRIES OFF FIRST PRIZE AT
haps told th«' world that after
living tn Africa the sight of «
faces prod u i»*l Kernel hlug like
(And the evil spirits of Africa are
«tregxm Fii- to be Used i«> Deck of white.i Well, even after n fen mouths
along with black fai-es I have felt
I .arge»! SteMMhip in the World
that feeling of un<v><nfortableot*ss at
Now Being Rulli
th«' sight of white faces
ghostly, terrible. s«*em«sl to have couie
Into those faces that I had never
Medford Imagimst possible t»efore
I felt for a
scored during the past week when a moment the black mans terror of the
car of yellow Newtown apples en white
At h>ast I think I partly real
tered by that city carried off first lz«*l what It was
Von remt'tnber th«' Romans lost their
prise at the Canadian National Apple
Show at Vancouver. B. C. Th«* same first battles with the nortli thnmgh
The fairer the weirder,
exhibit won third prise in th«* sweep sli«*-r fear
stakes contest, despite the many ex the more sp»s-tral the more terrible
Beauty there Is in tbe uortti of Its
hibits entered by Canadian apple
kind Rut it Is surely uot «-oiuparanl.
growers and those of Northwest | with the wonderful b«*aiit.v of color m
states. This showing is a splendid other races
one, and indicates that Southern Ore
gon fruit will offer keen competition
To appreciate the beauti of colored
at Spokane, as well as at the Portland skins It is not simply enough to level
One must iwome familiar xvltb th«'
Real estate men of-the state plan a sight of them through month« and
federation, whose objects are to pro years (So strong our prelmti« «•* are!»
tect the members, and bring about a And at last when you perceive there
are human skins of real gold «living
better understanding between the
statues of gold with blue hair like the
buying and selling public. There are
Carib half breeds« aud all fruit tints
between 4.000 and 5,000 persons en of skins, orange and yellow and |>ea<-h
gaged in selling real estate in Oregon, red auil lustrous browns of countless
and it is thought an association would shades, ami all colors of metals. too
be a highly effective machine for ad bronzes of every tone—one begins to
vancing the interests of realty men doubt whether a white skin is so dne
throughout tbe state, as well as aid (If you don't believe these colors. Just
ing in the development of the whole refer to Broca's pattern books, where
you will find that all jewel colors ex
1st In eyes and all fruit colors and
Oregon fir will be used for the metal colors tn skins I could not be
decks of the worlds greatest steam-; lieve my own eyes till I saw Broca.i
ship, th«- keel for which has been laid
I have seen prople who had grass
at Stettin. Germany. The ship Ome green emeralds instead of eyes and
ga has reached the harbor for the i topazes and rubies for eyes. And I
lumber required, which is 2,000.000* have seen races with blue hair.—Cor
feet. The new liner will be operated Lafcadlo Hearn in Atlantic.
between America and Europe by the '
Hamburg-American line, and will.
have a speed of 22 knots. She will'
be of 45.000 tons gross register, with | Sometimes the Trainer Has to Oo Hie
a length of 880 feet, beam 96 feet,
believe how fast jron
and will have accommodations for
have to work to tralu an animal.” said
the man who has broken everything
Dates of the Fifth Annual Rose
from elephants to geese the other day
carnival have been fixed by the man- "Why. I cau tell just bow, many hours
agement for the week beginning June It is going to take to break tn any
5. 1911. Next year's festival, say the! kind of animal you might mention
officials, will be the most splendid in | “A soman came to me the other day
tbe history of the city. New features j and said: ‘1 want a trained goose for
are being planned, and next year’s!
magic act. How much will you
show will undoubtedly outdo any-lc*lar*!e me t£> t,rcak ooe?’
thing of the kind heretofore held
Portland Y. M. C. A. is teaching
apple culture to those interested in
tbe science. Classes will be held
throughout tbe wiDter and lectures
will delivered by experts. This work
is intensely practical be productive
of good results.
“‘Well, how do you figure that ost?'
“ ‘Why. It’s very simple,' 1 said. ‘It’s
31 an hour, and it will take me just
“Yes. sir: I can train a goose—timt
to. to follow me around and do some
simple tricks—in sixty hours, a pig lu
thirty hours, aud so ou
But as for
a peafowl and a guinea ben— they
FIVE BANDITS ROB
can't be trained in a hundred years.
VAULT IN KANSAS BANK
“Now. you take a troupe of trained
dogs. That doesn’t take half as loug
Escai«- After Running Battle With a to do as people suppose. No. sir; a
man with an animal show has got to
Score <>f Citizens—On«* Rob
Why, maybe the bos*
ber Is Wounded
comes around on a Monday mornlug
i and says: 'Here—here’» a bunch of
BEATTIE, Kans.. Nov.—Five ban six dogs Now make an act out of It
dits robbed the valut in the stab for uext Monday's show'
“There are six green dogs to make
bank of Beattie this morning, and es
caped after a running battle with a into a troupe In a week
score of citizens.
Over fifty shots
I dog—one trick—ooe day
were fired and one bandit was woun-
principle, and yon cau do it too Each
ed, perhaps seriously.
dog will learn a trick each day all
right One will lenrn a back somer
The Pr«*«-nt lYiuched th«' Right Spot Mult, one a front somersault, one to
The story goes that the Chinese walk oo hto bind legs, ooe on hto front
statesman. Li Hung Chang, during his legs, one to roll over, and so on Then
by tbe end of tbe week you‘ve got a
first encumbancy at Washington, re
nice little act. and all tbe people are
ceived from his American friends a
acclaiming about your years of pa
gift of two thoroughbred, exceedingly tlence and that sort of stuff. Patience
valuable little dogs of one of the toy to a good thing, of course, but tbe
secret to just 'know bow;’ that’s all.”
The givers received a note of —New York Post
thanks in which the ceremonious LI
said that owing to impaired health
The problem of tellings eggs Is not
and the strict orders of his physician
an easy one by any means Very few
he had been on a strirt diet for some I
of ua know bow to do it properly. On
time, and was unable to enjoy the the other band, there are thoee who
dogs, but that the members of his fhlnk they should not be told at all.
legation had enjoyed them very much. but that to wld fashioned nonsense, in
spired eutirely by false modesty
to safe to say that eggs should be told
The patent office Is assembling as at as early an age as possible consist
•nt with their temperament,
a special exhibit the models of the
lowed to go too long there to grave
first ideas along several lines of In danger that the egg will become bed.
vention, such as the first telephone, and when an egg becomes bed it to
first phonograph and first sewing ma bopeleee. The world to full of bed
eggs which might bavetoeen saved If
they bad been told tn time.—Uppln-
Although Aberdeen Is the home of eott’a
Scotch granite, a shipment of 3S0
tons was recently Imported to that
At a fire recently a brave Greman
city from South Carolina quarries to
meet a demand for variation In color came gasping sod panting from
burning building with hto beard aud
from the native stone.
eyebrows ntngr«l In tbe flames
der ooe arm be carried a small but
Many French market gardeners heavy box. which tie deposited In a
force their plants in early spring by place of Mfety with the air of a man
placing glass bells over them and who had saved a box of government
later, when the eun becomes hotter, bonds from destruction
protect the plants from its heat by the box it was found to cftotain six
bottles of a new patent fire extinguish
painting the belle.
A RARE COIN.
SPARED THE CHIEF.
Il la Called • "Mlsatrike" and
Jackeon Admired the Bravery of the
Andrew Jackson xvn* iiingiiiinlmoiis
in lito tr*ntiu«*ut of \V«*«»ihersford, th»*
famous Creek «-hleflalu. when that
had «lorn* all In lito power to prevent
th«» liorrihh* massacre at l-’ort -Mims,
but iiioHt of tin* fronllei'Nineii were hit
ter agulust him. Hint Jaekaou lilin*«*lf ,
bad sworn t<> put him to d«*ath if In* ■
On«» day after th«' power of hto p«*o- j
pl«» had lx*en utterly broki'ii \Ve«itln*i» 1
fonl value riding Into Jaek«on*a cnin|>
ou hto famous gray lior»«» and «to|ip«*d
in front of the general's teut
“llow dure you ride up to my tent
after having munh'red th» wouieu and
children at Fort Mims?" deiuand«*«!
JackMon in astontolinwnt
The chief denied the truth of the
«'barge, but ild lie: "You may kill III«'
If you will. I conic to get aid for tlu>
women and little children who uro
starving in the wood«. If I »-»«old light
you any longer 1 would do ho . but my
warriors are all «trad. 8eml for the
women nnd llttl«» children They never
did you any harm. But kill in«» If the
white ix'opl»' want It «Ion»' "
Th«* tr«K»|M. crowding about, iH'gUII
to cry menacingly: "Kill him! ‘ kill
“Silence!" ordered Ohl Hickory stern
ly. "Any on«' who would kill as hruv«*
a man aa thl* w»»ul«l rob th«* dead."
Th«* general treat«sl th»* chief kindly
and even gave him periniMloii If be
desired to d«*i»art und continue th«'
war. Th«' cplef afterwurd «etthHi on a
plantation, w here li«* re«dd«*t for many
years, honored alike by white men ami
Mark Twain once told a report«*r
that if a num says th«’ same thing of-
teu ouough |«e<>ple will liegin to listen
"Now." said the great humorist,
"there was that story about llank
Mouk. That was the oldest, stalest,
driest. d«*a«lest bit of alleged humor
that any mu a ever heard. It had l«eeu
eirculated around Nevada ami fall
fornia until there wuan't a man left
who would even Usteq to it. 1 hail
heard It so uuiny times that l knew it
by heart. It told how llimk Monk got
Horace Greeley over the Glenubrook
! grad«' to Placer» llle.
"I was about to deliver my Ncciiiid
lecture at Platt's hall lu San Fran
1 etoco th«' se»-oml one I hml ever de
It oeciirr»*! to me that 1
might begin that I«* lure with tbe
worst story I had ever heard ami by
telling it ofteu enough «tart the lec
ture with a big laugh. I t«H«k that
story and inemoriza*d It so that It
would not vary lu the telling, and I
mail«' it just as («oiutless and just as
dull and just as dry as I could.
"When It eam«* time for me to talk
I stood up and with a few iutrodu«
tory remarks begnu that story. If I
remember It went something like this
SOLVING A PROBLEM
“ 'Horace Greeley once went over
the Glennbrook grade t<> Placerville. Th. Green Country Brakeman Who In*
When be was leavilig t'arson City h>
troduced th« "Saw By."
told the driver. Hauk Monk, that In
Many year« ago a green country l«»>
had an engagement to h*< ture ai applied to (lie Huperlnteittlenl of a
Placerville and was very anxious to w«wteni railway for work mid. some
go through quick. Hank Monk crack what against the superintendent's
ed bis whip and starttxl off at an aw wlsli, on account of the danger to Ilf.
ful pace. Tbo stage Imum-ed up anti aud limb attendant upon euch occupa
down lu such a terrific way that it tion, was given a place as brakeman
jolttsl the buttons all off Horace’s cost of a freight train.
nnd finalty shot his head clean through
On ou«* of hto first trijw« It bHpp«*ned
tbe roof of th«' stage, ami thru he yell that hto train met another freight
ed to Ilauk Mouk and begged him to train at a station where the sidetrack
go easier—said he warn't in as much was not loug enough to accommodate
of a hurry as he bad been awhile either of them. Th«' conductors were
But Hank Monk said. "Keep debating which train should back up
your seat. Horace, and I’ll get you to a point where they could i«asa when
there on time!” And he «lid. too—what the new hand ventured to «ugg«'"t that
was left of him.’
neither should back; that they could
“Now. that was all there was to the pass each other by means of tbe short
•tory. It was bad enough to begin sidetrack if th«* tiling wu niaiiftRnd
with, but I made it worse in tbe tell right.
ing. I droned it out in a fiat, monoto
Tbe idea exclt«*! a g'xsl dilli of
nous tone, without a gesture to mar its laughter on the part of the old trnln-
depressing effect. The p»>ople r«!ceived men. but the boy stood hto ground.
it in dead silence. I had insulted every
“Well, how would you go al«»ut it?"
man tn the audience—I had ‘graveled’ asked one of the condW'torw. confident
them with a story that was not only that the lad would aoon file I lilinself
•tale and pointless, but ooe w hich they against a stump
had he««rd at least a thousand time«.
The boy took up a «tick nud traced
I wait.-d a f«'w seconds for tbe laugt In the sand a diagram to Illustrate his
ter. and then I l«egan to hem and ban plan.
and shift iny feet. I tried to app«'ni
"Good gracious!" said the comlnctnr.
just as emlmrrnsaed as I could, and "I believe tluit will do It!"
after tlouudering alatut helplessly fora
And It dl<1 do It. Today every train
few sentenc«*« I <-h«**r«! up a little and man In America probably knows how
Mid that I would Udi a funny anec- to "saw by" two loug trains ou a short
dote which nilglit b<* new to them. It aidetrack. but It to not so generally
known that the thlug was never done
“ ‘Horace Greeley went over the until an Inexperienced country bo.v
Glennbrook grad«' to Placerville’—
who txsarne the manager of a great
“I told it in exactly the same miser railway line worked out the problem
able, pointless way that I bad told it for himself.
before, and when I got through 1 wait
ed a longer time for the applause, btil
The White 8hark.
there wasn't any applause. I could see
TI««* shark of shark«, the real “man
that several men in the bouse were eater" and the <>u«- most dreaded, is
growing quite indignant. They had the white shark. Thia variety reuche«
paid mouey to bear a humorous lec a length of thirty five feet and a
ture. I took a lung breath and plunged weight of 2JMM) ixAinda. Ila bead to
in a third time, more «Miibarrassed ami long aud flat, und the snout far over
flustered and worried than ever, and hangs the mouth. Its «lx row« of teeth
by and by I worked around again to are sharp ns lancet» aud notched ilk«'
the time wlien Horace Greeley went sawn. Its mouth in very large, so tluit
over Glennbrook grade to Placerville.
ouc has been known to eut a uinu s
“This time some of the smarter ones body completely lu two at a single
ts-gan to laugh, anti this encouraged snap of Its cruel juws and another to
me so much that I thanked them and swallow one at u gulp. Near Calcutta
start«*! right Ln to tell the story over one of these sharks was seen to nwal-
again, never varying the delivery so low a bullock's bead, horn« und all
much as a pause to take breath. The From the stomach of another a bull's
fourth time fetch«*! 'em. aid at the hide was taken entire, and the sailor
end of the story they stood up an«! who made the discovery Insisted that
whooped and yelled and <-hecre<! for the bull had been swallow«*! whole
and all except the hide had Isen di
“You see. I thought that If a man gested. From tin- stomach of another
had sand enough to stand up before an was taken a lady's workiiox fllhsl with
audience and tell the oldest, stalest the usual contents, aciMora aud all. It
and most uninteresting story in the Is cotnmouly the white shark which
world he could make people laugh If follows the vessel at seu «lay after day
be had the nerve to tell the story often and week after week.
enough. The real of my lecture went
very well. They were willing to laugb
Th« R«tort Courteous.
at my anecdotes the first time I told
“Camp Meeting*’ John Allen was a
them. Maybe they were afraid I would famous Methodist preacher aud reviv
tell them a second time.
alist of the old days down In Maine,
*'I felt so sure that I had discovered aud. like most successful pulpit ora
a new phase in human character that tors, his sense of butnor was «*jual to
1 tried the same thing in New York his gift of «paeeb.
years afterward. There waa an au
It to recalled by Die Boston Journal
thors' reading bee one afternoon, and that on «me occasion the old gentle
most of the authors read selections man’s wife was getting Into a carriage,
from thi-ir works I sat ou the plat and he neglect«*! to assist her.
form beside James B umho II Lowell
“You are not as gallant. John, as
He asked me what I was going to when you were a boy!" she exclaim«*!
read. I said that I wasn’t going to in gentle rebuke.
read anything. I Intended to tell an
“No," was his ready response, "and
yon arc not ns tmoyant as when yon
“ ‘Is it • fanny one?* be asked.
were a gal!"
“I said It would be if I lasted long t
In His Father’s Footsteps.
“I started oat without any preamble,
Blnks—Did Hmlth’a father leave him
and I told tbe Hank Monk anecdote anything? Jinks — Only
~ \ his debts.
There was au awful silence at the Blnks—How Is Smith getting along,
end. I took a drink of water, mopped Jinks—Well, he has greatly increased
my forehead and told the story again., bls inheritance. Baltimore American.
Same effect. Young man, 1 told that
story five times before 1 landed ’em.
The Ons Way Out.
When I sat down at last Mr. Lowell
Hhe— Why did be marry her at all If
whispered to me:
be Intended getting «« divorce so speed
“ ’You have cost me dear, I have ily? He—Because he didn’t think it
beeu sitting here and wasting •ymps- would be honorable to break their en
thy on you.’
gagement.-Kansas City Journal
“That’s the point, young man. Repe
tftlon will do anything If a man has
Lnt no man presume to give advice
th» sand to stand up and keep on talk to others who has not first given good
tag.”- New York American.
retinae! to blmeelf.—flenaca.
Hlade, who««» pustoffii«» add re«« |H
Oleno, Or»., diJ, <>u the nth day <>r
May, 1910. til«» in thl« offlc«» sworn
Htntuin nt und applicatimi No 0347k
to purchase th«» E*4 of NE% ««>eUon
10, township 398. Itange IUE, Wil
lamette morldlan. and the timi»
ther«*>n, under th«' provisions of th
act of Jun«» 3, IN7N, «ml nets unii'n
datory, known as the "Tlmhoi and
Klone Law," nt such valu» as inlflit
he fixed by upprala»iii<<nt. and that
pursuant to such applicati«»», th«» 1su<t
and timber th»ro«»n hav - been at«
I raised nt a l >tnl of 1310.00, th.-
timber «»stlnv ’«*1 nt ICO.Ooo board
f *'t at 11 I»«*" ti» usami <n<l ir» Innd
ISO, that «a I applicant will off.-i
Imai proof In suppoi't of hl« applica
t oll and Kw i i «I .iteniehl >>i. the I 3th
day of Jniinui , 1911, b«»for« It kl
Klchard«on. I •iltc«l Ht.i’er cotninl»
•tener, at Klf’-ath Fall» <- egon
Any person I« st llbertv to pioto«
iris purché > before entry or Ini
(tale a «-ortc-i nt any lime before
paloni i««-i . i * filing a corroborât
»-<1 affidavit In this office alleging
facta which anuid défont Ihr entry
ARTHUR W i MITON.
"Se«' Ibi« iM'iiuy I gol l««lny at th«»
It III tile
un'u t live ollicr
llt< hulid«sl olii
die iiiiprvHshin hulf <>ff the face <>f tbe
coiu nini witli n big hnlf iimxhi of
blnuk metal sbowlug almig mie ahi«'
“They cali II a lutoatrlke." he «-mi-
tinmsl, T*«'rlnip« mire In ilMtOO.OOO
tiliK'H tli«' IWo Ulti»* imbiuti lliig«'fs un
thè mlntliig nincliliit'S timi grlp tli<*
lilnuk disk and draw II forwnrd lo ili«'
die filli t<> Hptìng awny
In llito < ■■«<*
Ihe lefi hiind finger sluck and pusbed
th«- rolli Imlfway «»ver ih«- «ile
1« how III«' hiipri'"Hh>n 1« mily hnlf on
"Voli culi ««<«• Ih«' l':lto<-»l »slg«' oli thè
blaiik |H>itlmi of Ilio metili," Ihe ciih I i
lev wclit ou an he lm«k up hto peti "Il
ton i ovel'yInnly kilown limi eacli colli
gm-s under III«' «Ile« Iwlce, The tirsi
lime il 1« »truck wltti a blnuk, dotile
sllillHil set i»f di»*« lo pili au c<lg>- Oli
l'In'ii It gel« thè regulsr di«'
witli Ilio fiiinllliir head on li
"Ululi'* Il worth? t'h l’H *'«'■ prob
abl» s_‘ò «>r
l se» li « i «*«* ii m «'Ir
« ululimi f«»r ulne yenr«. It a a «elider
soni«' colti «ollm'tor luiHii't tmblMsl II.
I*m goliig t«> k«'<*|> It a« u rnrity."—
MITICI OF SALE
New Vork Time«.
SENSE OF HEARING
Sound Wave« and th» Way They Act
Upon the Ears.
To Whom It II«) t'oncern You
are hereby notiti««! that the ssl«' of
excess lundi« which wan published in
tbe Merrill Kncord and Klsinath Fall*
Express. newspapers published within
Klamath county Otegon. and whirl-
wax to I h * hebt In the town of K lam
atti Falls, county of Klamath. Hint«-
of Oregon, at the hour of 3 o'clock
p in on th<< litt» day of Jun». I 9 I «
and which at that hour ww adjourn
later date, and
br»*n tnon time to time adjourned
until the !>th day of November, 1910
was on the Mid Ml« «lav of November
into, adjourned until th«' IUlti «la*
of November. 1910. at the hour of 2
o'clock p. m, at which time aud hour
«aid Mie will take place at the front
door of the court bous» In Ihn town
of Klamath Fall«. County of Klam
all« and State of Oregon, subject to
the conditions named In the afor«Mld
Dnt«xt thia 8th day of November
ALBERT E RI.DEIi.
Av'y Klamath Water Users' An n
Th«' detection <>f tlx* «llnv-tloii <»f a
HoUint by U m - sena» of hearing to. Ilkr
the rapid fi«'ii«lng of th«* eye on <»b-
J«s t« nt illtTi-renl distaile»*«, ou«* of
thoee I iih I III«-!I»-«• «»pcratlolM« which are
continually «loin* without any cmuu-iou*
Suiuui wax«** traverse the air ns rlp-
pliM stir Un- waler, and th»- ear by ex
periotic«* ii<-<iuln>« some sll|dit («»wer of
detis-tllig th«' <!lr«*ctlmi In mie cium *, n«
th»- eye dm*« w ith fur greater accuracy
In tlx* other I hiiii II. v w <* uueonadou«-
ly rm*»*lv«' n»sl«tnn<-e from other «en««'«
Often we full to l«* nt»* nt
on«*' Hom«* hld«l»'h «mire»* of solimi
such an u shigitig l»lrd. nini then our
Instinctive Ingenuity display* ItM-lf
Th«* lutetMlly <>f Molimi |«. >>f i-mitM-
by i><> menu« so great I h -I i I ih I n «•■reell
a« In front of II. timi every one * arrie» i
with him the «ct-i'en of hi* own bead,
which limy prevent a |uirti< alar —>im<l
from iH'Ing hcartt »•> well by <>m* ear
as by th«' other If. then, tin' he.ol to
tttrmsl until thl* Inc.pialhy «tl»up|**.ir»
nnd t»«»th onra hear «spisllv well w>*
knoxx that we niiist lx* dlr«* tly
«•r turi»*l from th»* «mitv-e <»f
NOTICE <>F NETT1JCMKNT OF
nnd our pro» luti« «'migli ido»
Finan« lui Innunl and Hearing of
wliercnlHUit* gcncrnlly urutnpt«
fin »• It.
Petition for Dia. Large of Adminis
No Bcqgars l«| Copenhagen.
Cofienhagen I« a city of .'i«»i.<»a> hi*
habitant«. Ihirlng a wis'k'« «Iny I
have mi «.«« n«> aellt't of inab-lics <>r
I mm >< In«’«*«, no gutter nicn-tuiiit. no
In th« County Court of tbo Htat«» of
Ontnn. for the County sf Klam
blind or other iittll. h'd |ier»on« about In the Matter of the Emítate of James
the Hirt'ete iiHkiug for uh«.- not <«nv
M Arnett, Deceaaed
slngh* sign of ill«tre«'» dm* to poverty.
Noti«*» Is hereby given that Jo«»l P
1 bav«' explor««! the nrtlMii*«* quarter«« I Arnett, as administrator of the estate
by day nnd 1st«» at tilth! There to not -of Jam«*» M Arnett, deceased ha*
n single M|«>t In th«' whole of Cof»««n
j rendered and pr«»»nt«sl for settle-
h«'*'n «hat rotiM be <nrrinr*1 even r*
motel« to the slum« In <>ur large j m«*nt, and filisi In said court, hl»
town«. Tlwre ar«' no iinempio.M*! hang final account of the administration of
Ing nlmut th«1 street c»«ni< rs. no un 1 said estate, and a petition for the ap-
kempt women etundlug idly nt the I provai «if the ram«», that ho be dis
d<«»ra, no ragged ami dirty children te barged as Mid administrator and
play Ing In th«> gutter. There are no mid «wtntc cloned, and that the 3«th
dirty hotisiM. with «llrty «»r liroketi day of November, 1910, at 10 o'clock
window«, nu'iMled with bits of paper, li tn., nt the cou«! room of said court,
and n rngg«*l apron or a torn l««!cloth !
at the court hous.* In Klamath Falls,
doing duly for n curtain. iH-uiiinrU
Klamath County. Oregon, baa boon
letter lii T/>nd«>n Express.
duly appointed by said court for set
tlement nt said account and the bear
An Ancient Greek Relic.
As a memorial of tlirlr vh-tory In ing of said petition for discharge and
their tlnnl and des|«erat«' struiwl«' nt the closing of Raid estate, at whlrh
I*alat<*ti to htirl back tl invading «•«»•■» tlm<* nn«1 place any n-rson Intere«!«- !
the ancient Greeks made u trip •' ft" 1 In said . «tat«* may appear and file hl
the golden < up« of (I k * l'er-<liiii *' tnbli exceptions in writing to tbo Mid final
and the bronze of their •nildler»' .irnior
account, nn«t ronteat the «ame and
It !«>re on ita «Id«*« tin' mi men < f <*very
show cause. If any, why said adminis
City whose soldiers fought mid fell in
the supreme moment of a nation's life. trator «houli! not t»o dierhargod and
That trl|s>d still exists nt Constantino oald ««rtate closed.
JOEL I». ARNETT.
pie, a national roll«- which iris endure I
longer than the «tab's who*' «lerda it
Administrator of Raid Estate.
Th« Seventh Son.
"Y«»*." sal«! the d«**|M>udeni man, "I
Financial Account iu»d Hearing of
was a seventh son."
1‘etltlon for Dlsriinr*«- of Adminis
"And didn’t It bring you lock?"
asked tbe suiierstltlous one.
"Well, if iH-lng obliged Io wear th«' In
tbe County Court of the Rtate of
castoff cloth«*« of six other brothers I«
Oregon, for the County of Klam
iu«k It did," replied tbo despondent
In th«» matter of the Estate of J imm I c
M. Arnett. Deceased.
The Deer Friends.
Notice Is hereby given that Joel P.
Mtoe Thin—Don’t you think my new
«lretut to just exquisite? Fannin—Oh, Arnott, as administrator of the estate
lovely! I think that dressmaker of of Joest«- M. Arnett, doeeasod, has
yours could mnke a clothes prop look rendered and presented for aettle-
n.ent, and filed In aaid eonrt, his
final account of the admiatotratlon of
Little Boy—I want a dose of castor sal«! estate, and a petition for the ap
oil. Druggist—Do you want tbe kind proval of the same, that he be dis
you can’t taste? Little Boy (anxious to charged as said administrator and
get even!— No, sir; It’s for mother.
said estate closed, and that the Ifith
day of November, 1 »10, at 10 o’clock
Silence la one of the hardest argn- a m., at the court room of said court,
menta to refute.—Billings
at the court house In Klamath Falls,
A Naw York woman wan ran down Klamath County, Oregon, has been
and killed by a street car while at duly appointed by said court for set
tempting to save her umbrella. Thia tlement of said account and the hear
la another argument against the pit ing of said petition for diecharge, and
tato ownership of umbrellas, for no the clotring of said estate, at which
on« would sacrifice bls life la flbe at time and place any poroon Interested
tempt to save a borrowed one.
In said estate may appear and file bls
exceptions In writing to the said final
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
account, and contest the Mme and
show cause. If any, why Mid sdmlnls-
(Not Coal Landa)
I trator should not be discharged and
Department of the Interior. United said estate closed.
State Land Office at I^akeview,
JOEL P. ARNETT.
Oregon, Nov. 5. Ik 10.
Administrator of Bald Estate.
Notice is hereby given that Johe