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Mil GETTING LOWER
flow Through Outlet Shows Big
Decrease in Vplume
ODE TO RECEDING OF THE WATER
gallon Indicator That Lake at One lime Hud Outlet ol
Sullirionl Slo to Keep Body of Waiter Scvt-r.il
led lower Than lis Present Condition
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JULY 1. 1908, PniCK, 6ENT8. -""
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throughout il,u entire Klamotli basin
tin) prctpi-rta for average crop ar vory
good. Dry land eiopt on ltokliiC r(ult
will, Imt ui not ni far advanced m
tliey iitintlly nit- it I tl.in lime of the year
In llif vicinity i( Merrill tin. alfalfa
tleldi, Mlilcli mi- under Ihe illlcli, give
promise of nt leant an nvcrsge yield ut
tliu flrsl cutting. Tim haylliK eeatoii
will lie u few weeki Inter till year than
Imt ye.ir,ufii the cutting of alfalfa will
9 week or two. In
lower part of the
valley a firfljPF.patclieii have already
I we ii cut, Imt on all of the large ranches
preparations are jmt Mug made to
begin the hay harvest. Most of the
large stockmen ore of iho opinion that
thcrowlll be enough hay to tupply the
tletnand and that the price of slock cat
tle will kcp up throughout the entire
Urttnlftin Tulo lake la gradually
-nlm loner, and at the water In 'llm
UIiikcIi' II"' volume fllKling lit way
I'larMili the outlet gradually decreases.
fctufw weeks ago whan the measure-
uiitbl the ttowwsa taken it waa lit
Mtcn.1 net, hut a few day ago when
ItiKrclainslIon Service hydrogtapher
KMimrJ llir Hi It was I'Ul in aecond
ltd, Tlif niraiureinent alao showed
Iktl during the past few month) Ihu
water hi 1 gone down seven Inch. Of
coirst, the lowering of the lake la not
Julollie water ctcaplng through the
wtlttfur hcn the tinall stream How
lo through the outlet ll compared to
I' tbttnorruout tlte ol the lake, It ll evh
dt that cino mhiht aa well attempt to
kiitrtlic. like hy dipping the water out
villi a Ihluihtr, Meamrrmeuta taken
Lf the Itn'taiimltoii Kervlrn (how that
tltfiittr llonlng Into the lake la d
mailni and tlili t'igether with the In
trtatnt In the evaporation a-cou.its for
Iks receding ol the water ol the lake.
Ktiitlug conditions, however, ahow
that at one time Ihe lake hail an outlet
(gfiluiln iht? Mudtt war, In 173, the
lake nmr lire feol lower than It !
it Ihll llmr, Biid It It the opinion of
nail that ihe mull outlet that line been
tlKOMiel mii l enlarged 10 aa to
luUrlilly lower thii lake. The etcap
Ing wtttr make lit way through honey-
rosled rock and It it a plautlhle theory
Ikit If it findi Ha way Into Ihe bowele of
lbs earth In one place it jaJaditi do so ia
ij the Government JnvconSei
Onof the poillivo signs that Ihe lake
W at one time iwrfertlv dry whet
thi water i now many feet deep la that
I Itw day ago, Jack Crawford, wbo haa
taomeiteadon what known at the
renlntuta, loiiml ilu plecva of an old
lumlgrjiit wagon whlotg-j had been
l'lml, Indicting ll,t the party had
'dim Into the hand of the Indiana.
Thtflnlliijtnf thl wajton at thii par
ticular )w U I ho Mlriii(-i-l kind of1
evidence thai at om, time hn roa I '
crocd tl.c lake hed ulivln Ihe water!
n now more than !:.' frrt ilrcp, an
Ihla In Inrn cad to Ihe concliinlun lli
Ihe lakn ha I an outlet of atilliclrrit ln
lo keep Ilia water from IihiimIiiIii ilie
CROPS NEED WATER
1 Cunal Tails to Supply Moisture For Tule
Lake Alfalfa and Grain Fields
fertile land) that are
everat feet of water.
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Mt. Hebron News
1 'Hint itiin.itlun li ihu making of Ihe
i Klamath country la demomlrated hy a
drive through the fiuldi In Ihe vicinity
of Merrill and Tule lake. The farrnera
lorrl balAll Irani went down in wli'ihavu htfii ualng water Judiciously
defeat la a (tat game al Ml llilifuii. j have hy far heller erupt than those who
Theganuwaa lutereilliig In llio-e who1 have lieen U'ing water either too apar
wilnrael ll, Ml, Hebron led till the Iniily or loo freely. In torno place near
way until the eighth lulling when Dorrii I Merrill It It apparent that much water
tied Ihe renin. In the ninth Ml. ( It licing nattul and owing to Ihla and to
Hebron turceediH) in making anolhrr ditch lioulilrt tlie rancherr at the lower
acore, winning the game hy the fcote ol end of Tule lake valley have for not letf
llnndf.. The fraturetol lh ame were than iwenlydaya U-en unahte to net
the lino work of TaWr in Ihe Uk f..r , nti i for their flrld.t. Many of the
Durrlt, Ihe battery woik ol llmntey and' tionll (armrrii In that section are ture
Muaaor and two fail duiihle .U)i I.y lo auffer the Iota of practically their
Magulrn and Mrnaick of .Ml, Ilrhiou.
The now Hock corral rtre llnlihrd
and coiitiiln eight in, the il-il t
nearly ready fur occupancy, more tide
track la Wing built anil altogether
thing look gocd'at Ml. Hebron.
Ilarnuui A Kelly hive Ixiught
entire cro, while on ihu Curr ranch,
W. 0. Dal ton (aye that on two hundred
acret of alfalfa the growth haa been
atunted and the crop I: already heavily
damaged. Early Ihla, Kprlng he aow'ed
about C03 pounds of alfalfa teed and
becaure of lack of
In Ihe lower
working fatltlactorlly,,, There it alto
trouble In getting water out of the lako
through Ihu Adam' canal. Becauto of
Ihete thlnga tbe lower end of tho
Adama' canal ia dry for aeveral mtlei.
PROTECT THE BIRDS
Clear Lake Should Be Made Into
Large Breeding Ground
INDIANS FEAST ON FOWLS' EGGS
Myriads of Game Birds Could Be Protected If Hunting Were
Prohibited By The Government on The Reservoir
Site for The Upper Reclamation Project
and will bo put on the woik aa toon aa
it arrlvea. The two machine that are
now on Iho job work two 10-hour thffta
dally, and Mr. Kent ia of the opinion
that at the rale tbe dike la now being
built It will be not more than tlx weeka
until It will In constructed to the navi
gable water. When thii point ia reached
about half of the dike will be completed.
With three dredgei on the work it will
be tome time daring the winter when
the gride acron the marilr will be en
tirely completed. ,
Nlmroda of the Klamath country fiavo
In tbe paat done much to protectjuid
perpetnate tbe game aupply of the coun
try, but the territory ia to largo that H
ia absolutely impoaiible for deputy
game warden to cover the territory.
Jmt at thi aeaaon of the year the great
est barm la done to the perpetuation of
the game birds by killing the" young be-'
fore they are able to fly, and by Ihe
robbing of the neata .
Clear take la a natural breeding
kinds of fowl, and after
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Court in Session
County Court convened tbia morning
and Judiio (ir IMHIi and Commissioner
Mclhnte put in the day checking over
thi ' the books of Ihu Clerk and the Sheriff.
hotel building and will run a llit-clai ( Oummlttloncr W A. Walker rg(l In
hoUlery. They n 111 alto add ti livery the city this afternoon to be In atlend
and fetil ttabk-, 'mice at the seition. -!
Magillro Mrlcitilile Co. hat increased f Mottof the lime of the court will e
lis slock nnd has a large amount ttond devote.) to checking the hooka prepara-
liie new warehouse, .which bat juit lory lo the otilcers-etect assuming tueir
n .potltlons. me new omcera come in on
Mb and in outgoing, ones are pian-
Langell Valley Items
Itip this Fell.
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?lgc ofllce. will go to Ashland for" the Cha-
.celebrate tha Fourth am, ,ll re,urn wm beem-
Etgamu and flreworkt, . , 0) 10 .eMment roll by
, Atressor Jxv. Sheriff Obenchaln hu
Ifyx.n litter of Mr. , ,i,,nnitcly decided what he will
altli.nnil Mitt houlnt; ,(t wI1 lkey g0 lo t10 rooun.
,,nro visiting in mo ulnti
a, former will remain!
I hitler n few wecki. '
Town Ooes Dry
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lii nccordunco with Ihe order ol the
County Court declaring the county pro
hlhllioii under the local option law the
doora of all saloom in Klamath County
woro cloned at midnight latt night.
Uige(uunlltiea of liquor ware sold at
tvlioletaltf before tho time for doting Hie
doom, and many of those who are fond
of their Utile nip laid in a supply that
will Inst for soveral days. All of the ia
loon men and the partlet employed by
them nrn ou the streets today.
foiuo few of the placea remained oiien
I ... ...II .nil .Irlnlia anil clirare and will
continue this kind ol a business. Ike
Wright is nno oi those who will continue
hutineis at the old aland.
Tbe petition for tbe writ of review
will be hoard by Judge Benson on July
7th, but in tbe meantime the order tor
T,C.C. Hoguo returned lilt night from
nd, where tie auenuea me rueei
llhe grand lodge of Knlgbta of
a and attended to business mat
ter a few days. He was accout-
id home by hi daughteMn-liw,
if Edward Hogue, of Portland, who
Crops are looking well. Although the
grain ii a little backward It ii coming
If the farmeri in thii vicinity would
all unite and build a dam acrois the low-,
crendof tho swamp i with the proer
headgales the hay crop could be more
than doubled, and then there would be
With a good creamery at Bonanza this
Is ono ot tbe best places in tbe state for
new bouse. ss"
A lew lank and lean mosquitoes are
putting in.thelr bttla fur the collection
Haying haa commenced in this valley.
The wild hay crop la abort on the outer
edges ol the swamp lands, but toward
the center It is very good.
Kobert Malone wai quite atck
aral days last week.
All of the range stock around Langell
Valley ia looking well. Tho late Juno
rains made the feed aa good as usual.
A good roads movement should be or
ganised in Klamath county. In somo
portions ot the county good roads aro
being made, still there are also placea
where the roads are in a deplorable con
dition, especially In tho spring of the
year. This would bo a good .work tor
the Chamber of Commerce. II tho right
move is made it will meet with tho ap
proval of everyone and la sure to be n
succeia. It every resident of the county
would donate a week's work or Its equiv
alent in cash it would only be a matter
ot a short time until our roads would bo
at good as tny on tbe coast. Let Klam
ath take the lead aud go on record as
the most enterprising county In Oregon.
large steam grader recently pur
chased by the count has been used in
grading up. the low places and as soon
as a heavy rain talis to settle the loose
dirt the roads will be la excellent con
dition. The county authorities are do
ing good work on the highways and it ia
being fully appreciated by thoae wbo
do much driving.
Finish Agency Plumbing
Zim Baldwin, attlited by Rob't Bald
win, hat completed hit Urge plumbing
contract at the Agency. Ii took two of
them about two months and tbe Job cost
about 13,400. They have moved their
camp to Fort Klamath where they will
do plumbing until the Fourth.
Conklin returned last night
kern part-ol tbe county.
red the gradual-
the Fort. Mr:Cbnkf!
land Monday to attend tbel
with young birds ana that there are still
many nests with eggs In them. A party
ot Indians are now camped at the lake
feasting on young birds and on tbe eggs,
which they gather by the hundreds.
In order to protect these birds it baa
been suggested that the land acquired
by tbe government tor reservoir sight
be made reedlgroaBjUlJp)iaVVra
that all boating bepr6hlblfoi'taerton
This matter has already been suggested
to some or the oBcials and. waa com
mented oa rfy'f'Tbrabry. "WlthHthe"
proper effort oa tbe part oi a number ol
tbe local people tbe object would be ac
complished and an important itep taken'
In the protection and perpetuation of
the gameblrdaol tbe, Klamatji section.
National forests new sdi round the
lake and tbe rangers riding therein, could
act as wardens and give the birds abeo
lute protection during tbe seatons of the
yoar wbea tbey most need It. .T
Tickets Now Oi?S.le
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r. Sholl has sold the PanUtorlum
Geo. McLaln and he and E. H. A
roncc, the cigar maker, will occupy
present Jocatlon ftfjtbe business jointly!
Mr. lirence wan ISsge In tbe retail
buisrese'in cbaiMK with bis manu
facturing huiloJm Mrt.akoll will
move to-flio rbomin fhe AgflRain hotel
building now 'occupied byflbe Taker
laloon, and will continue in tbe confec
k tickets from Klamath Falls
dnts were sold for the
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ThejHtl civil service board, com
prised of D. W. Murpby, Ray DHnb-
berd and O. C. Hogue, Is holdllst an
examination today at tbe pttMlijphool
building. There Are (our apsifranti (or
tbe position ot iunior clerk. ' ' t
Dredf ing doing Ahead
Dredging on the railroad dike Ij pro
gressing splendidly, but the work is not
going (ast enough to suit the railroad
officials, and W. H. Kent, who has the
work In chargellTUHteontractora, states
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