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Uirii.'.l KUm.lli fall-, Oregon.
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htliitionlreat Klamalli fall., Ore,,
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tMWjtk, "I Klamatn '. nr.
r.J.t'ulrn.ol Klamath r'IU. Ofi-gun,
ikraJonlxtn. i. Klmlli fali.Oie
r,Wm. Cailiile, Mainain rani.,
1. ii, lil. IUTSIiht. in
C I). Wlllton ii In the market fur all
leaf fun, for which he will pay the
km market price. AiMreaa him at
ata Falli, Oregon.
Ugllnlil.t'rrliir yitrii that tlirrtt air
Itadi la the county Inanity fur ll.o re-
ejtloa m all milaiatidiog county
kirruti prolrtlr.1 on anil prior U
fij 9, ItOA. lutein! on aamo will
feudal Ktimalli Fall ilila l.'.lli ila
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wim until twt.i.rrul ita UMW htu
MN tMATtlnMllAl nnlv .it kllkJ.Wial In bh
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C Helming & Co.
ManhfUld, OrHoN, or
Waauth rlli. Oreion
Contracting and Jobbing
Firtlclam Uno of I'lumb.
"V Spcclalilea and flrat
A 0. U. W. Building
'ort Klamath, Ore. .
Cktn roomiL dnnH hA
""J e table always an-
r wun the best the
Cnlil Ford nut only Miaiael a for.
tuiin, lull, ln-r fnlliiT ami niollitr In-line
dr-nil, IhiMit na mi unit in dlroci licr
inutciiii'iila In miy niMM-t. WiilkiT
llrooUa u nn cll(;ll,i, iMj, Ih.ii
alar, wr-allliy, ninl. iiIUiimikIi Ii wna not
liilllictiinl mid Imd in. olijccl In r.-,
Hnld linil iimcliiili'd Hint lblr (wo
ralnd'a iinllcil wuiilillnvnlvii limn nil
vnntiiBca. Wirt biv him oinu -iironr
hKi'Mii'IiI. Mn irinHi't ami n 11 1'
III liifinrirjr of hir inniila Knl.l
tiullt n llllln rliurrli In Hip limn wdcru
he HuM. WIii-ii II wna niillivil nlm
rnal nlxtitt fur tmmi. unit lu tuki rhnrttii
of It na pnalur. tjitirrmn Kpllli, n n
cviil jrrnituntp of n tln-ologknl .vin1
uary, wna ri'iniiiiiiiMicliil ami nimlly
cllifiPII for lllil Miallliiii
Kvltli waa 0111- of tliom jimnic ini-n
uo fruin IIik firm Indlralo Hint Hip)
art) itiallinil in mnku tlii'lr mark In IIm-
or lil I Id liml, flral of all, tlinl ri'ipil
allu fur n pnalur, lliu ulfl of fiwnn"i'
utlr-rmicr. WIipii lit. Im.t nnyililtiir lo
aajr lu lilt cotiKriKulloii lit. dUl nut dull
nor lii-altalp fur nunla nor Ih-coiih. In
axirU'nlily liivohiit In llw runatrui-lloii
llfluj at tin. liMd of a cliuri.li Imllt
and ffidownl ljr l.'uld Kurd, tlivrr vt
many tliluua iiinalaiilly arUlnic fur
lliein lu la Ik out llicy IntarlaM)
ruiiDninl iIiiiiiim'Ui'. tu cljiirt.li ninl
cunniaiiiv inu-ri-aia, nt'iiium ir eirr
druplillial Inlu Dial aiimll talk an nalnrnl
lu yuuiig pi'uplv, Indnil, Mr Ki-llli
Irrafnl Mlia Ford na III- ownrr of lliu
ctiurclt uf Mhlcli tin wna pnalur, and
Mlaa Ford In-aliNl Mr Kiltli aa lliu
paatur of III" tliiirih of n lilcli alio na
Wlirn Mr. KVIIIi Imd adiulnlatinl
lb adalra of Hit- rliurcli and Ha ion-frrg-atlou
a Jrnr Mlaa Ford an Id tu
"I aui trry well plraaod. Mr. Kidlli.
Willi my Mlnll'iii uf n paator fur my
rliurcli. I'lu-rr la, honi'vcr, unv rrcom
nuiidnlliiii oii do not Maa A clcr
vyman aliotild Iiiitp n wife. On )onr
aalary, I aduill, inarrlnKP uutild un.
wIm, liiit I ran n-lli'vu thla drllrlrncy.
Your aalary fur tint unit yrar "III lw
dotililn uliii I It Ima Ihtii."
Mr, Krlllt lliouglit a few mntnriiU,
tlirti ilpcllnnl Ilia rnUa Willi I lie niinll
lion, Hlirr'iiHiii Mlaa Furd aaaunil
blui that llu-rr- una no rundlllon nl
tarliwl, and lm wna aatlatlnl, A few
mora matlcra of luialnraa woro lalknl
ur.r Itrtwrvn IIipiii, wlirn Mlaa Funl
"I bale a ri'umat lu make uf yuu
an Invitation In rilrinl In Jnu-nnd I
don't wlali Jon lu Ut lonurnciil In jour
cctptauro liy our rvlutlio nlllom.
I'erbap I am uniting luu much uf tint
roattrr, lull rrj ttitliir ruunrcU-d nltli
glrl'a innln eii'iit In lift', mnrrlaitr.
la the cauae of dtt-p frellnc lo lii'r."
"I mn iindrraland Hint, and It
ahould li -. Wl.nt la tlila Invlla
llotir "Will you marry meV
Mr, Kellb luokiifat tlio itlrl In natoii
latiinrtit, tlivli, Inalrad uf maLliiK a
reply, turtml nud wnlkiil Imck nud
forth for M'wrnl lulniiti-a In ditp
tbuusbt. Meiiunlille Mlia I'unl lookiil
at blui, niuntly niirprlaitl.
"I do lint think." lie a!d at laat,
"that audi a conn would lw well for
either of ua. In a car.vr auoh na initio
wealth MikM-aarl y tuy wlfo would
be detriment tu me. fr my lew of
wealth U thnl II lieloiiga In the ir.
I bare oltaerved thnl, boweier lllwral
rich people are, lUdr wealth la Ibelr
paramount Interval. Willi Ihla predla
poallluu to butd and lucrenae what )otl
bat, I would adrla you tu marry a
It la uwdlra to aay that Mlia Ford
lUti-nvd lu tula with latere!. Mr.
Ktltti bad mlaiakeiibcr entirely. Wbut
tM totuuded to aaa of blm wna that be
would perforui the marriage ceremony
toon to take place between ber nud
Walktr Bruoka. He bad auppoiod that
be, txrliiK rlrb, bad conaldvrvd It ber
part to propoao marriage. Wbeu ha
had flnlabed aK-nklng. Inatcad of In
forming blui of Ida blunder ahe an Id:
"Wbat'jrou aay I worthy of lliouglit
A waek later Mr. Ilrooka received a
uota from hi fiancee alntlng that abe
bad como In the couclualon that alio
waa not the woman abe would marry!
that abe hail reoled lo aend ber In
come In dnlnif good ouly and not In
pleaauro aetklng. Mr. Ilrooka waa
aomewbat dlanppalnliil at lualng ao
conaldernh'o mi nddlllon lo hla for
tune, cnlculatlng In ind the united
mcoiuo lu faahloimlilu llvluif. nut bo
webjbvd the matter mid decided that
be would rather glvo up Mlaa Kord'a
fortuno than aee It expended In build
lug lualltutluna. Ho relenaed ber.
Krotu Ibla time Mlaa Ford began lo
rely on ber pnator In certain expendi
ture which alio dealimed on account of
bin cxiwrlenco In tbo lino alio propoacd
lo apend the money ami becnuao of bla
admlnlatratlre ability, which waa of
the drat order. U waa uot lotig be
fore tbetr lutcreita became Identical.
Mlaa Ford furulabed the menna for
good, and Mr. Kellb eaw that the
money went Into mauy a household
where It waa not only a godaend, but
waa eipended to a practical I'urpow.
Una evening after tbey bad been talk
flag of theee matlera MUa Ford oald:
"Mr. Kaltb, I once gave you an tnyl
tatton which you declined. Were the
altuatlou now what you luferred. it
to be. your reaaona for decllulng would
hare been excellent But aluce hen
I bar made my calling your call ng.
I aee no reaaon why a fortune held In
treat, aa I bold mine, for the poor
ahould not continue to go through you
to the greatest good. Again
will you marry met"
. The aecond Invitation waa accepted.
RMMAUNB 0. URK.
FACTS ABOUT KLAMATH PROJECT
Tlio Klnuinth Project in tliu nnino
tlmt Iihh lieun iiij)lieil to tlio ruclutim
tion (if nliout 100,000 ucrcH of land now
. , "iiuur lliu ovt-rllow of tho Klamath
ItiviT mill of Imver Klninutli l,nl0 mid Tulo Lake
mill lliu irrigation of aljout iVO.OOO ncrcH of vnlley
land adjacent to lliu Klamalli Uivur, oloiitf tho courae
of liotit Kiver and tho trihntary portion of tho great
. hitunit lyiiiK cliiully in Khiinath County, Oregon, hut
also mhritcini; a paH of Hinltiyon and Modoo Cotin
ticM.iCalifornia, a total area or 2(H), 000 ncroH,
'J'lio J'rnji-ct cinhracua tlio coiiHtruction of n very
Kruat iiiilfiiKu of canalH, liitcniln and drainaKO canal
and will havo ita irinciml Hiiiirco in Upjicr Klamath
Iinltu. Clear Lalto and ilorHclly nro rencrvoir aitca
whero Hood water will hu iinpouiuk'd ond utilirccl for
irriKation of lund included in tlio upper portion of
Work on tlio main canal wan Marled in Ihc Spring
of 11)00 and tlio Hint unit of nine milcn is now com
pleted. About lli.OOO aurca of land will ho Irrigntcd
from tlio II rot unit, the laterals for which arc being
ciniNtructeil under the miperviHion of the engineer
having charge of the l'rojeot. Uy far tho largeat
pi.iportion of the laud under tho llrwl unit in now in
tiagi-hrunh and must ho cleared and broken in time
for crops in the Spring or 1008- Work on the aec
oud unit is being done by thu (ioveriimeut and em
bniecH nineteen miles of main canal and twenty-six
miles of laterals to fiinimli'waler lo about 20,000
additional acres of laud. Work on this unit will be
proHcuutcd ns rapidly as possible.
Nearly one-half of the area to hu irrigated is now
under wuler to a depth of from ono to fifteen feet
nud will be reclaimed by a nystem of drainage lo
lower the level of the rivers and lakes. A large pari
of the swamp land and practically all of tho valley
laud in tho Klamath llasiu are held in private own
ership and some in very large tracts which must Li
sold in tracts of ltiO acres or less under tho regula
tions governing the perfection of n water-right.
KLAMATH'S For its development and proa-
GREATEST pcrity tho Klamath Basin must nav
NEED people, and tho right kind of people
at that. Its great need is intelli
gent, practical farmers, who understand the meaning
of intensified and diversified fanning; men who will
buy land, not for speculative purpofos, but with th
idea of clearing off tho sagebrush and making per
manent and comfortablo homes. Such men aro bound
to succeed. There is room for thousands of them.
Developing Sugar beets have been grown ex-
Various pcriuuntally throughout tho Klam-
Industries nth Valley. The percentago of sugar
is high, ns will be noted from the
following analysis made by thu United States De
partment of Agriculture from beets grown near
Mignr in beets, per cent., 21.7; sugar in juice, per
cent., L'l 1 ; cnefticicnt of purity, 63.1.
KNperieuce has demonstrated that excellent as
patagus, unions and celery can be grown, tho tulo
lauds being very similar to those of the Sacramento
ninl San .)oaiuiu Valleys of California, whero such
vegetables are so successfully cultivated. Through
out the world the reclaimed marshlands are the best
suited for the highest development of dairy inter
ests. There is no iptestinn that this will become a sugar
heel producing section nud that a number of facto
ries will be built and operated with the development
of the industry.
All kinds of fruit adapted to the temperate zone
thrive here apples, peaches, pears, cherries, prunes,
plums, apricots and nectarines do well, and small
fruils bear abundantly and of excellent quality.
There are a great many small orchards throughout
the basin that prove the adaptability of the region
to the profitable production of fruit.
K. It. Smith, former president of tho Oregon State
Hoard of Horticulture, gives it ns his opinion that
tho foothill lands ore specially adapted to apple
Cultivation of the potato has passed beyond the
experimental stage, the sandy loam of Ihc uplands
producing them in great abundance.
Klamath County wheat, grown without irrigation,
took tho premium at tho Now Orleans Exposition.
The most important forage crop is alfalfa, tho soil
being peculiarly adopted to its growth.
Excess All landowners being required
Holdings Must to sell their excess holdings, thcro
Be Sold is a large area ofgood land for sale
nt reasonable figures, prices rang
ing from about $15 to $33 for unimproved, and $20
to $50 per acre tor improved land. Land adjacent
to the principal towns commands hiuuer prices. The
purchaser pays for the water right at a cost of about
$18 per acre to be paid for in ten equal annual in
stallments without interest. This amounts to less
than tho ordinary annual rental paid privato ditch
companies. Some of tho irrigators of Jltamnth Vol
ley (and they nro tho most prosperous farmers) have
already paid out to such companies foi water $U0 per
aero ond 1 wu no water. All of these companies have
been purchased by tho Government and included in
No publio lands will bo open for settlement for
OlimuU Tho upland soil is mainly a rich Bandy
and loam of great uniformity and composed
Boll largoly of disintegrated aud eroded lava
with nn admixture of volcanio ash aud
diatomaceous earth, tho latter material of plant ori
gin, formed in the bottom of tho ancient sea which
covered tho groatcr part of tho Great Basin, and of
which Klamath Valley is a uorthwestorly extension.
Such soil, choracteri8tio of many of tho richest agri
cultural sections of tho world, including much of
Italy and tho great plains of India, is extremely for
tilo, and of lasting productiveness. Tho lako and
tulo lands aro made up of a volcanio soil containing
much organic matter, a vegctablo accumulation of
ages, and is of a pcatty nature.
The cliraato is extremely healthful and not severe.
There is raroly any-Winter weather before tho latter
part of December, and but llttlo eero weathor during
the entire Winter. Tho annual precipitation is about
fifteen Inches, with littlo raiu during tho Summer
BUY According to Season
Groceries, the same as wearing apparel, should
be bought according to seasons. You make
no mistake when you leave it to us to decide
which is the best at this time. We always
guarantee satisfaction. JusJ call up phone 516
CHASE 6 SANBORN COITUS
VAN RIPER BROS.
Our goods are new and attractive.
ALSO THE PRICES
. W. GILLETT & CO.
Bert E. Withrow,
Maps, Matw, BIm Mats, He.
Klamath County Abstract Go.
Surveyors and liTlgatlonEnglieers
C. E. M. I
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Don J. Zumwalt, C. E.
M. D.Wiixiams, C E.
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STILTS, Proprietors
Prime Beef. VeaU Mutton, Pork and Fomliry
Fresh and Cured Meats and Sausages of all kiada.
We handle our meat In the most modern sray in clean
line and urrounding. Try u and w will be aot
happy to have you for a customer. Free Delivery.
MULLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing In Value
When blocks in Hills Addition were offered
at bargain prices a number of shrewd inves
tors bought; since that time values have
These Lots are Bargain Bays
at present prices, and there is every season
to anticipate an advance m prices. Remem
ber these IoU are FIFTY feet in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FEET
deep more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
FRANK IRA WHITE
C APT. O. C. APPLEGATE
Office on Fifth Itrssl
Restaurant and Lodging Home
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Par
ties. The largest and best arranged eating fcoase
in the city. Open day and night.
Sixteen inch and four foot wood in any quantities.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 401
or K K K Store, Phone 174
J. L. FIELDER wTJiSr
Heavy Freighting a Specldty. Baggage Orders Arc
Given Prompt Atleitto
O. K, Transfer & Storage
Havlnst urvtrwdate nlaM Ofnet 171
truck! i wt nltclt mur PHfUflEl Bva
fine piano movtaig
K1NYON & GRIMES, FROIWTOM
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