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fur Merchants
toe Mirehtlcld, Oregon, or
KUmath rails. Oregon
Zlm's Plumbing
Shop
Contracting and Jobbing
Firrtclaaa Line or I'lumb
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Workmn.hl.
A. 0. U. W. Building
KUmath riu
far ai I t.a a.m .ITrCIt
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r'lnt Aiiuunt fccMtary ol lb lainlor.
Jackson Hotel
'on Klamath, Ore.
Clean rooraa. good beda,
the table always aup-
Wti with the beat the
rketafforda-Termarea-wuble.
C. C. Jackion. Prop.
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Atlornuy (or I'l.lnllft.
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in imLianiT in, c.T.T, Sotlrv la hcrrbr
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rl lilt (CI Ol JUII 17. Iffl, J
III callllMllli.l Willi Ibol
3500 Acres Free
TI1I1 UkoiUlo company hat 2500 acre,
ol land uiuler tlio Ailama illtcli that It
will nlvo IlKNT KUKK lor one year.
Thin IiicIiiiIp. tho lino ol tlio land and
water. Tlio renter uiiwt clear ami
place the land In ciilltvntwn. The rent,
er geti all tho crop, hut no reservn the
rliht to padure the ntuhhlo.
The Lakeildo Company,
J. Frank Adatm, Manager,
Merrill Oregon.
)
. KUMath UN huHc Library
The KUmath Falla Public Library U
open every afternoon from 2 to G:S0
Vclock and each evenlmr from 0:30 to
10 o'clock. A cordial Invitation U ex
tended to all.
0. D. WHUon Ucloalng out his ttholo.
alo atock ol llquora cheap a. the cheap
eit. "
J1.10 , 'JI10 ICIaiiinth Project Ih tlio name
Kliimnth llmt Iu.h hucn nppllcil to tlio rcclnrnn.
I roject tioii of uliniit 10(1.000 ncrcH of limd iiovt
iiiiik-r llm ovorllow of tlio Klntnnth
ItiviT Ma4)of Low it Klmiiiitli Lnltu mid Tnlo Laku
Jiii'l Hie iriipilioii of nlmiit 1 1-0,000 ncrcH of valley
Inml iiiljm-t-iit to I In- Klmiiiitli lliver, iiIomk the coiirHe
of I.11NI Itiver mill the tribiilnry purtlou of tlio fjri-nt
plitti'iiii lyiK eliiclly in Kliiiiuilli Comity, OrcKon, tint
iilso i-mliriiciiiK 11 pint of SiHlciyon mill .M01I00 Coun
lli'M, Culifiiniiii, n total men or 200,000 uctt-8,
Tim I'mject cmbraecH lliu coiiHtruction of a very
I! 1 i'ii t iink-au of cmiulri, luti-ral am! ilrainao canala
ami will Inn u ilH prim-ipal honicu in Upper Klumntli
l.iilcc. Clear l.al.e anil HorHi-lly are renervoir Hitea
ulii'ii- Uiiml wnlcr will he impoiinileil and ntilied fur
irrigation of land inelmlt-d in the upper portion of
tlio 1'roji-et.
Win); on the main canal woHritartt-d in tfie iJjrirj(f
of 1UUI and the lirnl unit of nine mik-H in now com-pli-ti'd,
Ahont i:i,()U0 nr-reH of land will lie irrii;atcd
fiiim the llmt unit, the Intur.ilii for which are heinu
eniiNtiueleil tindi-r tin KUpervmion of tho (-U;iucera
liavinif rluii-KP of the l'loje.-t. Uy far the InrKi-at
prnpoitinu of the land iinihr the lirMt unit Im now in
HiiKehriihh and must he ch-an-i! and broken in time
fur erupt in the .Spring of 1UU8 Work on the nee
iimiI unit in heitiK tli'iin hy the (ioverument and em-hrae.-t
nineteen mih-i of main canal and tweuty-aix
miles of laterals to furii iisli water to about liO.OOO
additional acreH if laud. Work on liiiH unit will be
primicuted an rapidly iih posHihle.
Nearly one-half of the area to be irrigated Is now
iiiiiIit water to a depth of fiiuu one to II ft en feet
mid will be reclaimed hy n nyntnii of drainage to
lower the level of the rivers ami Inlsrx. A iir(,'e part
of the Hwmiip Inml and iractieully all of the valley
I.uhI in the Klamath llnsui are held in private own
erahip ami Koine in wry Inrj,-!- tracU ulucli iiiiikI lo
khIiI in tracts of 11.0 acres or lefts under the ri'K'UU
t.oiih KoviTtiiiilt the perfeetion of n water-riKht.
KLAr.lATH'U For ib development and pro.
UKKATK8T pcrity the Klamath Basin must have
ULr.l) people, and tho right kind of people
nt that. Its groat need is Intelli
gent, practical farmers, who understand tho meaning
of intensified and diversified farming; men who will
buy laud, not for speculative purposes, but with the
idea of clearing off tho sagebrush and making per
manent and comfortable homes. Such men aro bound
to succeed. There is room for thousands of them.
Developing Sui:nr beets have been jjrown ex-
Various pi-i-uiii-ntnlly throughout tho KInui-
Industries 11th Valley. The percentage of Htiar
is Inch, as will he noted from the
following minlxHiH inatli- hy the L'nited KtateH De
partment of Agriculture from beets grown near
Kiiwar in beets, per cent., 'J1.7: sugar in juice, per
i-t-nl., M.l ; coeflieient of purity, SIM.
r,.pl-rii-nei- has tl-monstratcd that excellent ns
paragtiri, nouns and celery can he grown, the tulo
lamls ht-ing very similar lo those of the .Sacramento
"liml .San J.Mipiiu Valh-NS of I'aliforii.u, where such
wgt'tablcN are mi hiieeihsfully cultivated. Through
out the world the reclaimed marshlands aro the best
suited for tho highest development of dairy inter
cuts. There is no question that th.s will become n sugar
beet producing section ami that a number of facto
ries will he built and opeutul with the development
of lliu industry.
All hinds of fruit adapted to the temperate zone
thrive here apples, peaches, pears, cherries, prunes,
plums, apricots and m-ititrinei. do well, and small
fruits bear abundantly mid of excellent ininlity.
There are a great many small orehaids throughout
tho. basin that prove the adaptability of tho region
to the profitable production of fruit.
Iv, li, .Smith, former president of the Oregon State
Hoard of Horticulture, gives it as his opinion that
tho foothill lauds are specially adapted to apple
growing.
Curtivation of the potato has passed beyond the
experimental stage, the sandy loam of the uplands
producing them in great abundance.
Klamath County wheat, grown without irrigation,
took the premium nt the Now Orleans Exposition.
Tho most important forage crop is alfalfa, tho soil
being peculiarly adapted to its growth.
Excess All landowners being required
Holdings Must in sell their excess holdings, there
Be Bold is a targe area ot good hind lor salo
nt reasonable figures, prices rang
ing front nbout ij-15 to -t-.i for unimproved, nud t-0
to $f)0 per aero tor improved laud. Laud adjacent
lo the principal towns commands luuher prices. The
purchaser pays for tho water right nt n cost of nbout
:jlK per aero to bo paid for in ten equal annual in
stallments without interest. This amounts tu less
than the ordinary niinuul rental paid private diteh
companies. Some of the irrigators ot Klamath Val
ley (.and they are tho must prosperous farmers) hnvo
nlready paid out to bitch companies for water ,-1)0 per
nero and wn no witter. All of these companies hnvo
been purchased by tho Government and included in
the system.
No public lands will bo open for settlement for
scvernl years.
OUniute Tho upland soil is mainly n rich sandy
and loam of great uniformity and composed
Soli largely of disintegrated niul eroded Inva
with nu iidmi.Ntuio of volcanic ash nml
diatomaeeous enrth, tho latter material of plant ori
gin, formed in tho bottom of the ancient sen which
covered tho greater part of tlio Great Unsin, nnd of
which Klnimith Valley is a northwesterly extension.
Such soil, characteristic of many of tho richest agri
cultural sections of tho world, including much of
Italy niul tho grent plains of India, is extremely fer
tile, nnd of lasting productiveness. Tho Inko nnd
tide lauds aro made up of n volcanic, soil containing
much organic matter, n vcgetnble accumulation of
itges, nnd is of n pentty nnture.
Tho climnto is extremely henltliful nnd not severe.
Thoro is rarely nny Winter weather beforo tho latter
iinrt of December, nnd but littlo rero weather during
tho cntiro Winter. Tlio nnnunl precipitation is nbout
liftoen inches, with littlo rniu during tho Summer
months.
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 G SANBORN COITUS
THE LEADERS
VAN RIPER BROS.
FURNITURE
Our goods are new and attractive.
ALSO THE PRICES
E. W. 6ILLETT & CO.
ItenT E. Withrow,
Vice President
AlucnSloah
Secretary
Abitncting
Maps, runs, Bloc Frists,. Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation .Engineers
Dod J. Zumwalt, C. K.
I'rc.idcnt
M. D.IWiluams, C. E.
Treasurer
Klamath Falls, Oregon
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STUTS, Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and Ponltry
Fresh and Cured Meats and Sausages of all kiada.
We handle our meats in tho moat modem way In cleaa
lincia and surroundings. Try us and we wtU be most
happy to have you for 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
increased materially.
These Lots are Bargain Bays
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 TWENTY FEET
deep more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
FRANK IRA WHITE
CAPT. O. C. AFPLEGATE
FRANK WARD
Land Saleaaea.
Office on Fifth ttrcet
The Gem
Restaurant and Lodging House
Special accommodations for Family Dinner Far
ties. The largest and best arranged eating homse
In the city. Open day and night. -
WOOD WOOD
Sixteen inch and four foot wood in any quantities.
Orders can be left at Navigation Co., Phone Ml
or K K K Store, Phone 174
J. L. FIELDER wgifflflce
PheneM
Heavy Freighting a Specialty. Baggage Onkrs Are
Given Prompt Attcatloa
0. K. Transfer & Storage
Company
otflcssn
PHONES
Having up-to-date plaao
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
KENYON & GRIMES, PROPRIETORS
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