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luii cream at MiimiiIiik'h.
Kil Tnll, nf llnriii'i Viillcy, It In u,
city today.
KvrrylhniK K'Hiiiiiili'i'l nt Wlnicrn.
Iliiml iiiiinlii'innHliK inherit 'Ilium-
day imnliiK have li.'i'ii (K'ilully in
miiK'il. W, II, Davla UiiIImihIIiik In liiinlni-nK
at IhirrU lixliiy,
Hiiln linn I'liiiiiuin nml Hlmw llnln
ul 1I111 K K K Imi'.
0. Ttli, II111 lloilU painter, nun In
the city yc.tutihiy.
lor IIik ll rlK I" ti'Kii mil nl 'tin
Mammoth Htnlilfn. II. U'.Hlinw, I'm
'prlelor. t
Merrill. Investment not Speculation.
W. ), Klnyilun,il I'uit KUniiilli, in-
ltl In lh. illy )itinly,
Near biari-lt-l l U'liili-m.
J.I'. Ilonlmin ittmiml ,ni nii-hl filM,
ilrr. Tl" ""'''' l"""t '''r UIM ( ttl ti .Mt.irill nit.l vtriiitt. IIim)h
lj(ll. liiiil In rullhaliun. llirm-'cropa ol ill Mini nm hokliiK wi-II, Iml
it IPII0 lull mk Irrrrva Dip Iliat mill I. nrnlnl III It 1 1 n Hun.,
LtllapailufKllif I1W-. , )(1,wiihl.irl H-iMIl lo Win
7)l, I..U.M, i,,,..p...y, r( Mu,ilu
J Frnnk AiU'iii. Mauaiirr,
Merrill OiPttmi. ' Merrill. lro,crly U reasonable.
I'ralik Ijiiii-, I'l-nlmill nl I. nl.it ('mm
ty, nrti)iiimiirl by Mi. Ijiiic, It in I to-
city today rn route limnr Iroin roillmiil
treasurer Notke
Voile u hfifli) iflx-u tint thri. ari 1 .1 ... .,,, . ,,
.011c ii it. ,, wlifin lln-y il-rlit lliu Wlnlir. I'ny
lj,lntl.pri.iiiilylirwuiyor Ihi. rr. , , , , 1 .,
BMlun i.l " mlMandlnii cwinly I"1 ln"'' '"r I1"1 l""'" '"'"'"ti.
Uiifili .iiilritl mi ImI pllur I"1 Mi.. V. II. S.linrn In. tnliii iliAik'"1
in H, IK"'. IlilrfMl mi Mini' will n 1,r- Amrilenti illniiik' m-mi, blrli
W.IOIIIlMI.U-in. , .,. ,,.,. ,l. All Hl.ll riH.l
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Uiii. wy -......,...,... ,- .--
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("utility TirsMltrr. -
Lomi Tarntltf
Classified AdVCrtl5CmCntn' "' "" ilraunlltiarlly fotwl of II.-
IIHII
"Vr. I Liiiih."
'.I.STi:i-Ti iriil, limiip ill Irn nt "Why, I iipi-r lolil .n, t!M IV
tultrruxui, (iiiiililir.1 or tliiliiriililf "Wrll. ou rr.t.1 ).m IUi- riiiill
rl .iiIuUp lur l..l(llim hoilw. Cir ""'""
in. Mil. J II. HiiIn, IVIu llala, c..r.
tr r.iliaii-l I'Iiik. t
Mithoil.
"Itc N nln) in-ikltii; n I'loj" fur
ijinpnttiy"
"V"-, nml I imllin Unit In- uihiIk ii
UAL UTAH rOK IAU
Owtlilnl Jonii ami tin balim-n mi Hrrr plah II n ilotlar llilrk li."
In or tin )rti limp Mill liny you a
inM oa ll.r iiiumri Klniiry raiirh,
ItlkiaK.II, Mill nl.Hit ll. Ortlro In
Jiln IIIkI n-ouii.1 lliMir,
Quanllty, Not Quality.
'Cwry luan Inn lili Imlliy."
"V111. ntnl lltuitii liax 11 tlucii "
"(III, Wrll, yoti rnli'l libinv I1I111, roll
il.lrrllij tin. LI ml."
ll'lV l.vilu inn 011 a hiimrtlra.l, I
ran kII) i,ii 11 (jo.l ranrli u Ittlarrraln ,
Uorrll Valtry, at a prim that will1
illji.il. II. IV. Krrx-x. ,
Ccutil Loot. Win.
"Hj.lii.ltiT U riiiniliiK fur Jiulk'.'"
"la lie ijunim.'.ir
"Hurvt III L.ia 11 pnlr of !'. tacli '
MISCUUNIOUI
k. III.I.MIMi A CO., lur iiiorrliniita
'in llolrl.
All lntcrvstiiiK Hem
Mlamalk lnH Hii'fc libror)
I llir Klamath Kalln Public l.il.rnry in
I ... .. . a ... 1 .. r till
W;Iiri. r.iilt pilcr for 1I klmUof ' '
IWh iml fur. Ilrl.iuftrirr. Aturl. oVIck nJ rch rvriilm: from fiWl to
. II.. 1 III -!. u.L A ..r.lial tilItfilL. U .-
II ( in 11 vt'nn, 41 im til! 1111 iuiipmi r -
I Irruhtl lu rill,
WOOD ruK IAU
Suloiiiiicli aiul fiiurfiMi wnul fur
Wrbiny iuatitlty, lavr onlcra at '
Hrilkfmwr' Jcw.lry .Stnru or New-' Tl'' Klamath I'kIIi Mihtaiv lliin.l
1 anil lfn.K'rwor Dm tor , "r"' a piano. Jul a plinu hiui'i lo. It
" ' ' ' - -" 1111111I Ua Kyxl mil'. To itau.l tin' roiiitli
VvIC 1.ALK t iiaaL'u nl .lain. uoiL niul ni a 1 luli'inmii
tllll KI.K ! Acrr HanrlTl)ocalv3 I.,. in,.., ,..,,1 .ml I., i.nitl.-.il n.uii-l.
II ailtrt nit ol Klamath Fall. . lair J t ,rrl .. wvrrn rii(iil.iwi.ti .( ......1
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ivaiiiiiiy iiiiiiKraiii'iiiri'ry p.iiui:iii.ir.
I0U ,VI..()n ,UVVT iOMe WM
"an.i.ui,e i.Kkliitf chair, onrlabloan.l
I.Miink. ,,,v,.. Call nl Hit Ilrlck
tore.
G. Helming & Co.
!ur Merchants
Marahfuid, Oregon, or
Klamath fall. Oregon
Ztofs Plumbing
Shop
Contracting" and Jobbing
Fhlclaa I.ino of I'lumb
"nn KH-claltIvM and flrat
' Wurkmnnahlii.
A- 0. U. W. Building
KUmath rails
Jackson Hotel
orl Klamath, Ore.
Wean room, good bed.
he table alwayi aup-
Wl0 with the beat the
fketafforda-Termaita-onabic.
,5. Jackaon, Prop.
Now ! can't altufil to p.i lla-ut.ill
prhii ol iiirh an luitnuiiiiit, nn.l ollir
rorrcipwiiilltiu wllli p.-M-iol Ifullm: fiuiui
hnilica 011 the cnanl, trli (ht vi'lit illi '
count wai thu Ix'tt I coulil k'I Now I
havri Itch In llio minii" lnjfliicna umimI
ycarr, Inith a a .Inil.r un.l pliino tiiuiT,
nml I know .oini'lliliik' aNuit tint pilrot I
hiiiI valura ol plaitiii. I know that wo
ranalfonl thu hlithi'M ijniiht iiiftritun'tit ,
11iA.lv II ri can only get thu hi'iiullt ol
nhiilfMl piiiT., Alior run'lili'rahlo :
rorri'itpoutli'iM-i' with iimniil.tclniiTH I
llnally have bcon (urtiuiatit I'liuuuh In
cenru llio anoncy hir Klnmalli ruiiiily
for the llahlnin piano, mill Ihi'ii' hui'l 11
U'ltur piano niutlu lluin llif llnlihvln, ;
It Ii um'stary, Imnuvrr, dir mi' to buy
(our planoi In nnlcr to ttt't thu bi'iii'llt ol
the whoh'talu pi lit1, '
Now liiTr'n thi' utliit: I'm not An
lulo llio piano lmil,it', I'vu Hoiuothlii)!
vlmi lu ilu;hut II theruiiru four pi'oplo In
Klamath County who want n llritt ruili
piano at tho prico imuully uikoti for 11
cheap ittciicll Iiutriitnt'iit, huru In an op'
iortiiiilly you'll ni'vcr i iikiiIii in 11
lllellmu. 1'coplit ilon'l usually nil
plinoa for luii, ami oullmiilly you'll pay
(he agont u prollt ol two humlroil to Itvu
humlreJ ilollara. I auk 110 prollt w hat
vur ami t liall m-II only tho four pianos
ncccnory to erruro tho n'holotnlo pilru,
Thli it ilrlclly a cash pioposltlon man.
ulacturori don't puII nt wholinlu on In
Ullmvnla. Now II you know ol any.
0110 in Klamath County who Is in n ign
ition to appreciate aucli an opporiunlly,
you will confer a f.vnr on tho hand hv
refurilntl '''fin (0 nm,
Ivan Daniklh,
FACTS ABOUT KLAMATH PROJECT
it Tho Klamath I'roject if the tumt
Klamath tlmt ,m ,vea applied to the reolam.
1 reject lion of about 100,000 acre" of land bow
miller tint overflow of the Klamath
Iiivit nml or Lower Klnumtli l-nlio and Tule Lake
nml Him iiTJunlJoii of ahoiit 11.0,000 ncrea of valley
hind mljiifi'Mt to tin: Klamath Itivcr, nlonjf tho course
! Lost IIivit mid the tributary portion of the great
P mil-nil lyiiiK chiefly in Klniuath County, Oregon, bnt
nlmi riiihriiL'iiii; n part of Hiakiyou and Modoo Coun
tun, Ciiliforniii, u totul area or 200,000 acrcH.
The 1'rojuct vmbracca thu construction of a very
urunt inilfiiKu of cunnli, Inturats and drainage eanaie
mid will have Uh irincipnl Mourco In Upper Klamath
I'lilti. Clear Laku mid lloravlly are reservoir aitea
hIiuii) Hood water will be impounded and utilized for
iri'iKiition of land included in the upper portion of
thu Project.
Work on the main canal was Htortud in the Spring
or lilOli and the first unit of nitio miles Is now com
pleted. About 13,000 acres of land will be irrigated
fiom thu Hint unit, the laterals for which are being
i-niiNtrtictcd under the supervision of the engineers
having cliurK'e of the I'roject. By far the largest
lroioi tiou of thu land under thu lirst unit is now la
KiiKelinmli and mtiat he cleared and broken in time
for i'io in thu Spring of 1908- Work on the sso
oml unit U being done by the Government and em
hraccH nineteen iiiilex of main canal and twenty-six
iiiilea or laternla to ftirriiwh water to about 20,000
additional neru at Innd. Work on thi unit will be
prosecuted na rapidly an possible.
Nearly one half of the area to be irrigated is now
under water to n depth of from one to fifteen feet
mid will he leolaiined by a system of drainage to
lower tin- level of the rivers and lakes. A large part
of the Hvwunp hind and practically all of the valley
land in thu Klniuath llnsin arc held in private own
endup mid Home in very lnri;e tracts which must be
H'tltl in trnctN of 1(10 ncrea or less under the regula
tions k'ivi'iiiuik the perfection of a water-right.
KLAMATH'S For Its development aad proa-
(JHIIATEST pcrily the Klamath Basin must have
NEF.D people, and the right kind of people
at that. Its great need Is tntelli
Kcat, jiractical farmers, who understand the meaning
of Intensified and diversified farming; men who wiQ
buy laud, not for speculative purposes, but with tat
idea of clearing off the sagebrush and making par
mancnt and comfortable homes. Such men art bommi
to succeed. Titers is room for thousuda of them.
Developing .Su'iir beets have been grown ex-
Various periinentnlly throughout the Klam-
Industries nth Valley. The percentage of augar
is liif?h, ns will be noted from the
follow ini,' mialyiiiH madu by the United States De
partment or Agriculture from beets Krown near
MiK.ir in heet.s, per cent,, -1.7; iiiRar in juice, per
em.. l!l 1 ; eoefllcient of purity, 83.1.
P.Aperiinei' has demonatrated that excellent as-p.-trau'iii,
oiiioim and celery can be grown, the tule
IiiihIn liciiik' very similar to thoso of the Sacramento
mid Sun .loaitiin Valleys of California, where such
vrk'i't'thh's are so Mieccsifiilly cultivated. Through
out the uorld the reclaimed marshlands are the best
Miile.l for the highest development of dairy inter-
OfltS.
'I'lierc is 110 iiicsliou that this will become a sugsr
heel producing H.'etimi and thnt n number of facto
rien will hi! built and operated with the development
or Hit; industry.
All I; hols or fruil adapted to the temperate zone
I lit ivo here apples, peaches, pears, cherries, prunes,
I luins, apricotM and iiectarinen do well, and small
finitH hear iihiimlnully mid or excellent (juality.
There aro a crcat many umall orchards throughout
the hariiu that prove the adaptability of the. region
to the profitable production of fruit.
11. L. Smilh, formcr-inesideiit of the Oregon State
Hoard of Horticulture, gives it ns his opinion that
the foothill lands arc specially adapted to apple
Krowing.
Cultivation or the potato has passed beyond the
experimental stnRC, the sandy loam of the uplands
producing them in t;rent abundance.
Klamath County wheat, crown without irrigation,
took the premium nt the New Orleans Exposition.
The most important forage crop is alfalfa, the soil
lieiiiK peculiarly adapted to its growth.
Excess All landowners being required
Holdings Must in sell their excess holdings, there
Bo Sold is n large area of good land for aale
at reasonable figures, prices rang
ing from about $15 to $3-5 for unimproved, and $20
to $50 per aero for improved land. Land adjacent
to the principal towns commands hurher prices. The
purchnncr pays for the water right at a coat of about
$18 per acre to be pnid for in ten equal annual in
stallments without interest. Tills amounts to lets
than thu ordinary annual rental paid private ditch
companies. Some of the irrigators of Klamath Val
ley (mid they nre the most prosperous farmers) have
nlVendy pnid out to such companies for water 960 per
acre nml rwn no water. All of these companies have
been purchased by the Government and included in
tho system.
No public lands will be open for settlement for
several years.
Climate The upland soil is mainly a rich aandy
and loam of great uniformity and composed
Soil hirgoly of disintegrated and eroded lava
with nu admixture of volcanic ash and
ilialiimaeeous earth, thu latter material of plant ori
gin, formed in thu bottom of tho ancient sea which
covered the greater part of thu Great Basin, uud of
which Klamath Volley is a northwesterly extension.
Much soil, chnracteriritiu of many of the richest agri
cultural sections of the world, including much of
Italy uud the great plnitm of India, is extremely fer
tilo, and of lusting productiveness. The lake and
title lands ore made up of a volcanic soil containing
much organic matter, a vegetable accumulation of
nges, and is of a peatty nuture.
Thu climate is extremely healthful aud not severe.
There is rarely any Winter weather before the latter
pnit of December, and but little roro weather during
the entire Winter. The annual precipitation is about
fifteen inohca, with little ruiu during the Summer
months. .
THE OFFICE
E. H. DuFAULT, Proprietor
Choicest of Wines. Llquore and Clgari
r
Caters to tho better clan of trade, with nothing to offend v
the moat critical. You'll notice tho difference when you
try it. Just the place to drop In for a refreshing bever
ago when you need a itlmulant. Pure liquor of all
kinds for family trade a specialty
The Cream of the Best
Old Continental Whiskey
Normandy Rye
F.F.V.Ryc
BollUd Under the Supervision of the Covrnusenl
. . . None Better . . .
Sold By
C. D. Willson
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer
Our new goods are now here and
you are Invited to call and In
spect same.
We can SAVE YOU MONEY on anything In the FmrmltBre
line.
"Our Responsibility ends whenever you are Satisfied."
E. W. GILLETT & CO.
Bkbt E. Witnaow,
Vice President
Abstracting
Maps, Pitas, Blae Mats, Etc.
Allkn Slosh,
Secretary
Klamath County Abstract Co
Surveyors and Irrigation .Engineers
a e. m. 1
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Don J. Zumwalt. C E.
President
M. D..WILUAMS, C. E.
Treasurer
CHASE
Get the Habit-Use Chase & Sanborn Coffees
You'll be pleased with it. Those who have
tried it say it's the best. We always aim to
keep everything of the highest grade and want
your grocery trade.
Van Riper Bros
rmoaesis
Professional Cards
1
DR. WM. MARTIN
Dentist
o
Office over Klamath County Bank
c. r. STONE
Attorney at Law
Offlice over postotneo, Klamath Falls,
Oregon
TautraoNK l
D. V. KUYKENDALL
Attorney at Law
Klamath Falls, Oregon
DR. C. P. MASON
Dentist
American Hank X Truat Co.'a llnildlni!
We Make Little
Fuss
But there is always
something doing at
our place in the House
Furnishing line. We
carry the largest stock
of House Eurnishings
in Klamath County.
See us for a Square
Deal.
VIRGIL & SON
At the Bridge oa Mala Street
CENTRAL CAFE
Open Day
and Night
Private Dining Parlors
Oysters Served in Any Style
J. V. HOUSTON, Prop.
Klamath Falls S Wlnema
Truck & Transfer
COMPANY
Furniture and pianos carefully
moved. Baggage wagon and
general drsylng. All work
given prompt attention. Busa
' to and from al boats. Phone 108
COLBURN 6 YOUNG
Proprietors
Furs Wanted
O l). Willson is In the market for all
kinds of fura. for which he will pay the
hlgheat market price. Address feus at
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
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