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FACTS ABOUT KLAMATH PROJECT
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Notice ror fubllcallon
nrliiinriil "I I'"' Interior. V. H i
Uo4 Oltlcr, LaLeVlnw Oregon, .May 16. '
yu Sutler I. Iil t.y Kle lhat Albert .
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T.J,Clilrn,nlKIMilli Fall, Oft-gon,
AllroJiiiilxiii, til Klamath Falli Oitt
lie, W'rn. I'.illilr, ul Klamath Fall,
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fun. Wanted i
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Unit of fun, fur which ho will y thr
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Kaunath Fall, Oregon.
Notice I. Iirirtiy irtrrii llitl them arr
lihlilnllioronnty tiramiy for Ilia rr
Jftinn il nil otililaniling omul)
iffinti ifutrliil mi ami prior In
illy M, 1W1. Intrrril on mine will
Pitnlal KUiuMli Kill I 1I1I1 IMh ill)
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" una ornrr. WuhlMbin. II. U March V.
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NMTTltKtNT AN II TT.-Ncrk U htb
lira Ikil Ik. kIU.it hcrtnr bf lh InUtluc liu
tori dVniMfiul ofilrr i.f lth.tn.l In u
lvflkui.lfpri. Ih wllMraw.1 for lrtl.
Ua rrxM uiul.r th. U uf Ju 17, two (a
ttU Ml fw im In nniwrl.m with I ho KlamaUi
nyrl. Oixnn. ..f in f ullnwln OmtmUbI Umii
Ufiluu.f OmrMi, .ntl r hit ullwlir !
JlrtlruHlilauM lo Httufot Ilfv.1l
lkKWUtulU..cf in. Ilnliol HulMonuul
lfH Jan. JO. IM, Ul that! fxit I- autyart lo m.
lfT,Uaj.ot.,Uiiii unlU Julr L twin, at Ua
WaM .lam larnl iV. .1 IjilZUm. Ilinw.
f ta,r ai.tj (Iran Ikai no ir-i will
";iu.linj.ir, orai.tfUa anr itahl kal.
aMMd tor -llUn.nl or urruUin bxun
rrtru.rrlllJ ami .rar la JunaK, Iwa.
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'""I AwUlanl Hprralary of tha Intarlor
G. Helming & Co.
AMren MinhfUld, OrcgoH, or
Klamath FalU, Oregon
Contracting and Jobbing
Firatclaia l.lnu of I'lumli
,nK .Vclnlilcn and llr.t
A. 0. U. W. Building
Klamath ralla ,
'ort Klamath, Ore.
Clean roorag, good beds,
Mthetible always aup-
W with the but the
C. c. Jackson. Prop.
llnlil I'onl not imly iionaoaao, N fof.
Cunt. Iml, her fnlhcr nmt mollirr holiiK
ili-nil, llit-rii vn no mm (,, ,rfcl hrr
inovnmi'iiU In nuy h'n.ci. Wnlki-r
Hmolm vna tin I'llulMi, pnriy, u-Iiik
rU'i wrnllhy, nmt, nlllionxli l(, ,n not
IntvllKliinl ntiil limt tin olijcct In 1 1 f ... '
Unlit hint cnncliiili'il Unit thnlr twn !
Mlntrn niilti-il vrnutil Invnlvn ninny ml.
ntilngi', Kho uuvn him noniu i-nroiir-nitminml,
lli irriHi nn.l wn no
crplnl. Ill MMfl,.t. .. l.-u 1 .. ..
"i "i "rr imri'ina inni
hulll n II 1 1 to chnnli In thn town whvrn '
he lit ill, Winn It wnr nnUliuil aim I
mt iilxint fur miuiv nnij In take chnrKii
nf It na pnatnr, l.iiurcmo KHtli. n n
I Milt uai,tili.l.. .. At.. I
..in Kinuiii.iiT ill Ull-ljluitirill k..
uury, woi roiiiniiirmliH anil llnnlly
Cliwifll for (In' iKjaltloli, I
Kflth waa one i,r tliuau yotniK mi-ti
whn from Ihn rimt Imllrato lUnt (dry
aru iUallmi in mnkf tlmlr mark In Ilic '
wnrM. Iln hnil, (Iral nf nil, (lint rciiil
Kit Tor n pnatnr, tlio nlft of iitnipori
UttfBii(p, Wlicn hit hail nii)lliliiif In
ay to lila conurrg-.tloii lie ilia nut hull
uor hraltatv fur ivortla nor U-couiu In
itrlcably Intolit In tlm ronatrnctlon
llrlna at tint lira J of a churih l-nllt
and nOowrit liy Kuld for J, ttivrn ucrc '
nauy thltiita itnutantly nrUliiK fur '
ttiKin In talk iivit. Thry InrarlnM)
coliflniil tliiiiiinrliia to church ami
charllahln Inlrri-ata, arlilum If our
dropiiliiK Into tint amoll (nlk ao natnrnl
to young iN-oplv. lnJiiil, Mr. Kt-ltli
truatnl Sllta Tonl aa tlio owner of tlm
church of nhlch he wna paator, ami ;
tllaa Kuril ttrotcd Mr. Kellh aa tint
pallor of tlio rliurcb of wtilcli alto wn
Wlirli Mr. licit Ii liml ailmlnltlcrnl
tli affair of (lie iliurch auj It con
frtcntliin a year Mlai lord aatj to
"I am rry rll iI.-m-1, Mr. ICrlth,
m'llli Itiv ajtliwllnf. lit n fin.l... f... .tit
church, Thrrx la, liuwrwr, one rrcom-
DIclMlalloli yoil Ho not xaaraa, A rlcr
rrltiafi aliimlil Iml-i m titf,. flu vmip
anlary, I admit, marriage would be u.
vow, nut l ran rrllcru (lit iltnclcncy.
Your anlary fur the next )rnr will I
double M'hnt It iMa brrti.'.'
Mr, Krllh thought a few niomrut.
thU ilrcllurd tlio rntae Willi Hie coikII
tlon, wlirn'iioii Mlaa font aaaunit
btui that tlirrr nil no ruiidlllnii at-
tacba.1, and he waa aatlaDiit, A few
mora matter of liualneaa virv lalkeil
ortr lietwren tliom, when Mlaa Kuril
'l tiai-n n r.HiuiM.1 In liinLf. t.f rnu
an lUTltatloii to eitrmt to you-nml I
duu'l wtib you to tw InltueiKiil In your
acceptauro ny our rviaute Kiiiiona,
I'rrhapi I nm making tii mueb of tint
matter, but eterythlug ronnecUil nltli
etrl'a main ctrnt In lift', innrrlagi-.
la the cauae of ilii'p frcllug to hrr."
"1 can understand that, and It (
abouM lx an. What la ihla Invita
"Will you innrry tur' I
Mr. Keith lonkiil at (he girl In ntou
Ubinent, theii.'luitrail of mnkltig n
reply, turned mnl walkiil back nnd
forth for aevrrnl minute In deep '
thought Meanwhile Mli Kurd lonkol I
at Itlui. riiualty aurrlil,
I .1,. i,i il.liiL." lie antd a( Inst.
"that audi n course would lo well for
either of ua. Ill a career audi aa mine
wealth Hiarael by my wlfu would
be a detriment to me, for my lew of
wealth I Hint It In-long to the -or,
I bate obatrred that, however liberal
rich people are. their wealth I I heir
paramount Inlereat. Willi Hit predla.
poiltlou to hold and lucrenae what you
bar, I would advlie ynu In marry a
rich run ii."
It I nocdleaa to aay that Mlm I'onl
llatcucd lo thla with liilclt-nt. Mr.
Ktltb had tnlatakcn her entirely. What
ib Intended to aa of bliu wn that be
would perform the marrlago ceremony
toon to take place betweeu bcr and
Walker Dmoka. lie bad auppoieJ tbat
bo, being rich, had coiuldercd It her
part lo pmiM-ao marriage. When bo
bad nnlabe! iienklng. lualead of In
forming him of bl blunder the aaldi
"What you aay I worthy of thought,
A week later Mr. Ilrooka recclred a
uolo from hi flaucee atatlug that ibe
bad como to the conclualon that abo
waa not the woman abo would marry;
Ibat abe bad rvaolveii lo aiienu uer in- i
como In doing good only nnd not In .
nlonauro necking. Mr. Ilmoka waa (
omewbat dlaflppolnuil at loalng ao
rotiihlernhlo an nddlllon lo hi for
tune, calculating to n'iid Iho imlleil
Income In faahloimblo living. Knt bo
weighed the matter nnd decided Hint
bo would rather give up Mlaa Ford's
fortune than aee It exended In build.
Ing Imlllutlon. Ho rcleaaml her.
Kroin thla lime Ml 1'ord U'gan to
rely on bcr pualnr In certain cspendl
turca which alio deatffiii'il on account of
bta experlcnco In the lino alio proiMied
lo aiend the money nnd iK-cnuao of bw
admlolatrnllve nblllty. which waa of
tbo drat order. It waa nut long be
fore their lutereala became Identical.
Mlaa Kurd furuUhed tbo mcana for
good, and Mr. Keith aaw that the
money went Into ninny a household
wbero" H was not only a godacnd, but
waa expended to a practical purpoae.
Out ovenlug after tboy hod bceu talk
fat of theao matters MUa Ford aaldi
"Mr. Kalth, I once gave you an Invi
tation which yon docllncd. Wcro the
altuatlon now what you Inferred it
to be. your reaaona for declining would
bar Dean excellent. But since then
I have made my calling your calling.
I see no reason why a fortune held In
trust, aa 1 bold mine. for. the poor
should not continue to go through ybu
to tht greataat good. Again I att.
will you marry meJ" , ,
Tha Mcond Invitation was accepted.
KMMAUNB 0. BCMC8.
Tlm Klnmnth Project is the name
Hint linn been applied to the reclama
tion of nlmtit 100,000 nercH of land now
, miuer tliti overflow of the Klamath
UiviT mnl or Lower Klnmnth Lnltu and 'J'tilo Jinke
mill the Irrigation of nhotil li-O.OOO acres of valley
hiiiil ntljneeiit to Hid Klnmnth lllver, nloii),' the eonrae
of Lout River mid the tributary iorl!on of the great
phileau lyiiij? ehielly in Klmnntli County, OreKoti, but
also embracing a part of Siskiyou mid .Moiloc Coun
ties, California, a total urea of 200,000 acres.
Tlio Project embraces the construction of a very
Ureal uiileaKo of canals, laterals and lrniiiiii;u canala
mid will have its principal sotircu in Upper Khimath
Luke. Clear Lake and Hot-sully are reservoir sitea
where Hood water will be impounded anil utilized for
irrigation of hind included in the upper portion of
Work on the main canal was started in the Spring
of l!)0(j and the Hint unit of nine miles is now com
pleted. About 111,000 acres of land will liu irritated
from Hie llrst unit, the laterals for which are beiiiK
constructed under tlm ntipcrvm.oti of the cuu;inecra
Imvinu; charge of the Project. Uy far the largeat
proportion of the laud under the find unit la now in
miKobrunli ami munt bu cleared and broken in time
for crops in the SpriiiK of VMS- Work on the sec
ond unit ii beitiK done by the Oovcrmnctit mid em
braces nineteen miles of main canal nnd twenty-Mix
miles of laterals to furnish water to about .20,000
udditional acres of land. Work on this unit will he
prosecuted as rapidly lis possible.
Nearly one-half of the area to be irrigated is now
under water to a depth of from ono to fifteen feet
and will he reclaimed by a system of drainage to
lower the level of the rivers and laken. A laru part
of the swamp laud and practically all of the valley
hind in thu Klamath Hnsin are held in pnvatu own
ership and some in very large tracts which must hi
sold in tracts of 1(!0 iicrr.s or lens under the regula
tions governing the perfection of a water-right.
KLAMATH'S 1'or ila development and proa-
OREATEIOT pcrity tlio Klamath Basin must have
NEED people, and the right kind of pcoplt
at that. Its (jrcut need is intelli
gent, practical farmers, who understand the meaning
of int-.'nsi.lcd and diversified farming; men who will
buy land, not for speculative purposes, 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 thorn.
Developing Sugar beets have been grown ex-
Various pcrimentally throughout tho Klani-
Industries nth Valley. The percentage of sugar
is high, as will be noted from the
following analysis tumlc by the United States De
partment of Agriculture from beets grown near
sugar in beets, per cent., 121.7; sugar in juice, per
rent., IM.l ; coefllcient of purity, 6X1.
Experience linn demoubtrattd that excellent as
paragus, mii.uis and celery emi be grown, the title
lands being very similar to those of tho Sacramento
mid San .Inmpim Valleys of California, where such
vecetables nre so successfully cultivated. Through
out the world the reclaimed marshlands are the best
suited for the highest development of dairy inter
ests. There i.s no (nicstion that this will become a sugar
beet producing section mid that a number of facto
ries will be built and operated with the development
of tho industry.
All kinds of fruit adapted to the temperate zone
thrive here apples, peaches, pears, cherries, prunes,
plums, nprieots and nectarines do well, and small
Irttits bear abundantly and of excellent quality.
There are a great many small orchards throughout
thu basin that prove the adaptability of thu region
to the profitable production of fruit.
E. L. Smith, former president of the Oregon State
Hoard of Horticulture, gives it as his opinion that
tlio foothill lauds are spcciajly adapted to apple
Cultivation of tlio potato has passed beyond the
experimental stage, the sandy loam of the uplands
producing them in greiit abundance.
Klamath County wheat, grown without irrigation,
took the premium at thu New Orleans Exposition.
Tho most important forage crop is alfalfa, the soil
being peculiarly adapted to its growth.
Excess All landowners being required
Holdings Must to sell their excess holdings, there
Bo Sold is a large area ot good laud lor sale
at reasonable tlgures, prices rang
ing from about $10 to i-iJ for unimproved, and $20
to $50 per acre lor improved 'land. Laud adjacent
to tho principal towns commands hiuhur prices. The
purchaser pays for tho water right nt a cost of about
$18 per ncre to be paid for in ten equal auuual in
stallments witiiotit interest. This amounts to lesa
than the ordinary annual rental paid privato ditch
companies. Some ot the irrigators of Klamath Val
ley (and they nre the most prosperous farmers; have
already paid out to such companies for water $u'0 per
acre uiul i wn no water. All of theso companies have
been purchased by the Government and included in
No publio lands will bo open for settlement for
Oltniute The upland soil is mainly a rich sandy
and loam of great uniformity mid composed
Soil largely of disintegrated nnd eroded lava
with nn admixture of volcanic ush and
diatomaccous eorth, tho latter material of plant ori
gin, formed in thu bottom of the ancient sea which
covered tho greater part of the Great Dasln, and of
which Klamath Valley is a northwesterly extension.
Such soil, characteristic of many of tho richest agri
cultural sections of tho world, including much of
Italy and tho great plains of India, is extremely fer
tlio, and of lasting productiveness. Tlio lako and
tulo lands aro mado up -of a volcanic soil containing
much organio matter, n vegctablo accumulation of
ages, and is of n peatty nature
.Tho climato is oxtremoly healthful and not severe.
There is rnrely any Winter weather beforo tho latter
part of December, and but littlo rero weather during
tho cntiro Winter. Tho annual precipitation is about
fifteen inches, with littlo rain during the 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. Just call up phone 516
CHASE 6 SANBORN COITUS
VAN RIPER BROS.
Our goods are new and attractive.
ALSO THE PRICES
. W. GILLETT & CO.
Bebt E. Witiibow,
Maps, Flta. BlM Mats, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and trrlgatlon'.Eaeers
Don J. Zumwalt, C. E.
M. D.IWtlXIAlU, C. E.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STILTS. Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Poultry
Fresh and Cured Meats and Saoaagea of all kinds.
We handle our meata in the moat modem way in eUa
lincss and surroundings. Try us and we will ba moat
happy to have you for a customer. Free Delivery.
MILLS ADDITION LOTS
are Advancing in Value
When blocks in Mills Addition were offered
at bargain prices a number of shrewd inves
tors bought; since that time values have
These Lots are Bargain Buys
at present prices, and there is every reason
to anticipate an advance in prices. Remem
ber these lots are FIFTY feet in width and
ONE HUNDRED AND TWTNTY RET
deep more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
FRANK IRA WHITE
CAPT- O. C. APPLEGATE
Office ou Fifth attract
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Par
ties. The largest and best arranged eating house
In the city. Open day and night.
Sixteen inch and four foot wood in any quantities.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone 461
or K K K Store. Phone 174
J. L. FIELDER Woiiat5,dHSi?ice
Heavy Freighting a Specialty. Baggage Orders Are
Gives Prompt Attcatkm
O. K. Transfer 6 Storage
Having up-to-date piano .. ,
' trucks we solicit your PHONES
fine piano Moving
HNYON & GRIMES, PROP1WETORS
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