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ibe itimtto Mostly Rend 'P0' ,n Kliiiimtli Fulls .... Our Advertiser the Beat Rcfulta , Get Skconi) Vi:a, No. 517. ' KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 4. 1908. Pmce, 5 Cum. jbftuo. ENGINEERS INVESTIGATE Reclamation Ollfcluto To Visit fdmouH inioLflKeuuiroi Nctt Week Alter dulii M'tMcrMo work on tit Tul ! fullrt lli pi"M " tfiiip-irniily linlo"rl. A etmp inslnlainrd fr rel wickt ! number l i" employed, tul Ilia Hotniy weather during ''' I"11 toftw t!ii rtalluu itl lli me will not I rr.umr.1 rail the propoeltlon U ili..rouliiy lutwilgeu-l by the reclame tl,n (.Iti.laU Mil limtllgethm will likely If riii'lf ly l!riB,lriri llenny ml 3uf I ,y nril week. II they ehnuld il ,i.l tint tli" ,'"""'1 "? m i" In tl(Jril."l tlir Uk It la very ' ttil tint !) '" recommend that n irurut'uii I mad lo Inveitlgat li tattler Ihuiuughly. The lures working u inter J. Frank AiUmt irmovnl enough debtle lo make n 0-rlllrl )' Irrt dicp, W (rt wide anil Wlett Ion i! The bottom l till" hole It cl a day ami lock (urination, with crick atuui two Indira wlila In It. A inill itrrain ul walar make Ita t-arap tliiwij-h ltd owning ,but thonuln open ieflia lrci "bli.w hula" leading to audi the Lava lied. Ttile opening la AM with miall tlirlle which am found la Ur quantities In Ilia lake. Tlila itiuai coiiclinluly that thn opening liM lined lur irai and that lit price ot llllioi It required tear nt llinr). Tb dull Igrniativii alto Indicate that at oca tlu.fi tlir akv wai much higher than It Ui been during lha aal 43 yeara, lUlWll formation In the roul ol tit big outlet It irvrul feel ahuve tha irranl lml U the water. The lercnlehtll (on mitim le white, while that In the roololthe (ning It yellow with age. Till ''blow hnln" ha the appearance ol bring tlir owning to a much larger ear ro.ai the hell forniatluti la not ol a olid' nature, indicating that there la nothing Lack ol It lo kite prrasure. Mr. AJimi think! there la nothing to tha Decry that the water flow Into a Urge ran under the Uva Reds. It ll hla opinion tint the water finds Ita tray either to I all titer or Klia.la Valley. Mr. Ailnui a)i he hat great lalth la Hie protliion that the onlug ran be wed In reclaming tha rich lamli In the Tula ak lot loin. Ileea) that within radius of ISO yarda ol the wain open' leg there aie a number ol nuall open lap tlirouKli which a small amount of titer It nuking Ita escape, Ukely all olthtta small openlnge lead Into lhaone '"is opening which will bt further In. Trttlgate.1 alter U reclamation engin eer nnk i hoi r roix.rt on the matter. Tl a Uva IU-.lt are a mystery that haa aaaaaaW M KKK STORE' never been iol rod ami the (act that the water ol the lake li finding Ha way towanla the many large eaten under theoi add lo the peculiarity ol that sec lion, There are lhoe who allll Ulleie that tho water lluwa Into one ol the large cavrt In lhat vkliilty, hut thelact that tho outlet haa been filled In with laytn ol ahvlla that come from the lake should dll thla theory. It re quited hundreds of jvaia for llieeo email hella lo gather in aumclent iUntlllaa to block the opening which evidently paillalljr drained the lake many yeara ago Buying Horse J, Frank Adania haa lieau buying a uuuiher of broke horaea for a large lock farm, which la engagnl In tula farming. They cultivate a large area ol reclaim! tule landa and uae a great many Inure on the ranch. He haa bought al-out li head and wanla about SO head mire that are Ihoiouguly broke, II aaya that goxl horaea are ecarce in thla country and the price la too high to permit of speculation. Horse Are valuable IjuI Kalmday (leotge Maiwell aotd twenty-five head of horaea to K. J. lloane for I'Alb, an aveiage ol $103 r heol. Thli l cunalderrd on of the beet hoieo aaleathat hai taken place In thla part of the country for some lime. IVmanra llulletln. Excess Claims Again Tha eicrae clalma of llaaon, Davfa & Co. for eatra work done oa Iheli canal contract are again being considered, and (or thla pnrpoa the company haa Kngl naara Newell aad Oionilahl bar at thla tlaae. Tim Govern m net la repreeenUd by I. II. Qulnton. cvoaultlog enginaer of the leclaiualloa aervlce. Dirt, on certain portlona of their contract) la be ing inhuilflcd and other matter are being love tllgatrd. To The Public I wUli to announce that I have eold my fu'nlture buiioeai lo Sir. V. II. Dolbcerand would like to thank my many friend for their liberal patro nage during the pait Utr joare, and would tak lhat they extend contlnu encw ol Iheli patronage lo uiy ucceaor. II. Ht. Geo. liiahop. J. F.Ooellerha rrcelied aamplea of ureeerd brick made of Klamath clay. They areol excellent quality and war made b machinery such aa wlllbouaedby Outlier A Waltenburg In their brick mamifaclory which they will caUbllili thla eumrner. Tl lluloomb Uralty Company ia now located In the room with the Welle- Fargo Kxpreaa Co. If it's a hat or shoo you aro thinking" of visit the store that carries the larRcat stock-that keeps Btandard qualities. See our Spring lines of Walk over and'Napatan Shoes, Stetson and Thorough bred Hsti. WATER MEN MEETING Attendance Is Larger Than Had Been Anticipated BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTED New Board Will Meet Tonight to Elect Officers for Ensuing Year Change of lime of Annual Meeting; is One of the Moat Important Matters MW SHKCTOtS Alei Marti, Jr. 0. A. Stearac ' S.N. Aaderaaa W. C. Halloa J. C. Slea (. S. C tt'itfaia Jlrwia Jaaae Site When the meeting ol the ahareholdert ol th Klamath Water Uaera Aaaocla tlon waa conveiie-l the attendance waa batter than had been expected, but till only a very email per cent of the aaaociale tnrtnWra responded to roll call. Mutt ol the farmer remained at home until the lait minute ao aa not to loae lime from their work which la more Important tu them at thla tlm thanth annual meeting, A large majority of tho to attend did not arrive until nearly noon, which made it appear that the attendance waa to be very light. However, qulto a crowd arrived at a late hour and the attendance waa really SEEING THE COUNTRY! Horace Mitchell Is Showing the Missourian a Horace V. Mitchell, one of the coun ty' moat prominent ttockaen and all round good fellows, ha been ahowing hie brother, a recent arrival from the old Mlaaourl borne, the many good qual ities ot the Klamath country, the land which Horace adopted aa hi horn when he badofarewoll to good old Mlaaourl. The country haa changed alnce ha flrat came here. It haa prospered in the ex treme and Horace haa bad hi there of th prosperity. He came her little more than a boy, but he ia natural stockman and thla being a stock country he waa In his element. He eeemed to at the conditions existing here, and he baa never outgrown them, even though be haa always had hla full abare of thla world' good. Horace I keeping hi brother busy shaking hands with' hla many friend. Ill long experience aa a cattle buyer haa gien him a wide acquaintance throughout thla entire Motion, and more eepeclally in Klamath County. Had Horec allowed hla (Hand to have in duced hint to enter the raoe for '"'the nomination (oraherlB on the Bepubll- can ticket It would hate taken a (ait runner lo make hliu coat out any way but on top HI Inula Interests would not permit hla entering politic thla year, but tome futara election ha maybe In a position to awed to the wishes ol hla friends and enter tht gam. Horaea hai been taking bla brother around to show him the stock buslneaa of thli section ao that upon hla return horn be will be able tolell th folks all about this section Irom tht big stock man'a vltw. belter than had been anticipated. The drat matter lo be taken up Im mediately after roll call waa the election of a board of director for the enaulng year. On the call of the aereral die trlcte tlw following name were placed In nomination; Lai.gell Valley, K. C. Cowley, and Itobert William ; Ronaura and Poo Yalloy, John Irwin and D. F. Dricoll;.Yonna, Jacob Kueck; Merrill, II. T. Andereon; Keno, 0. A. fitearna; Spring Lake ami I'ine Orove, J. 0. Hlcv enaon; Klamath Fall, Alex Martin, Jr.; California, Wm.Oalton; For del egate at large, Frank Adam and Jamea Dixon. The new Board of Dirvitore wilt meet thla evening and elect officera. From tha ipreeeion of the member it I probable that the old officer wilt be re elected without opposition. Kecretary Cbaetaln haa proven a moat efficient of. fleer and all of the old membera are itrongly lb lator of retaining blm. The unofficial count cf the rote on the conteeled Director wa : K K. C. Wllliama, 8311; H. C. Cowley, 4231; John Irwia, 7060; D.F. Driecoll, 6210; Jaa. Plaoa,Oo24;J.F. Adam, 5991. CONVENTION IN MAY Republicans of State Will Come Together U, A. Waatgate, chairman of th State republican committee, hu laaued a call (or the meeting of lhat body on Friday April 10th. Tha committee will call the etat convention and apportion del egate. Tht time ol holding the state convention ia lelt to the committee and it will be probably held aomt time in May. Aaide from announcing tht data for a state convention, the slat committee will also arrange (or calling conventlona In tho drat and eerond Congressional dlatrict. The drat district Is organ Ited, but the second la not. Tht only work (or the Congreielonal convention la to aeltct two delegatee and two alter natee (or tht Republican National Con vention, to be held at Chicago, June 16. Tht atata convention will select (our delegate and alternate making eight delegate aad aa many more alternatea (or tha National gathering. Aaide from the delegates, the state convention will also select (our preal dentlal Electors. There Is no provision in th direct primary law (or selecting tht Elector, ao that thla la a matter which will have to be disposed ol by tbt convention. A platform, ol count, will- alto bt adopted. There It a plan on loot to have a reso luUon Introduced at the stale conven tion rvcomnMudlng that nominating convention beheld in tht various coun tlee hereaittr. Tneae art not to be tht old-tlmt conventions, exactly, bnt In stead ol directly nominating tht con vention will recommend a ticket to tht voUrtol tht Rtpublloan party. Tht pursoet ol thla It to prevent atvtral as pirant for a Semination making a fight In tht prisaarle. Howtotalttt deltgaU to the statt convention It a qucttlon which ha not been determined. Thla It a proportion over which tho state committee will have the atrugiflo. A tpeilal primary to telect dolegatct It to expensive. The ttato committee could telcct them If It detlrcd to aeert the authority. An Impretilon prevail In Portland I hat delegate! will bo 'elected by tho county commlltw. This ia anlflclenlly atltfactory, hut gives an opportunity for thoo who aro alighted to make a charge of ring practices. There hare been to many accueatlons of tide charac ter of late, however, lhat tho county couimltlf are probaMy becoming accuttotned to them. BRIEF MENTION dear Wright went to San Francisco thla morning to vitlt a few monthe with hit brother. Mr. and Mre. C. E. Meldrum have re turned from their honeymoon at Odeta and have taken up there residence on the west side. J. J. Parker, the eipreet agent, re portt a big butlnett tbla month. He taye the thipmentt are increasing aa the tcaron advances. Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Wattenburg en tertained a number of friends yetterday evening at their beautiful home. A highly enjoyable, time la reported. A number of Toe valley rancher art represented at the meeting today. Rome of them are Ceo. Maxwell, Dick Roaa, 0. C. Lee and Fred Egglington. Jas. Harper, who hat resided on the Van Itiper ranch n -ar Bonanza lor tht past several years, I In the city en route to Crania Paaa where he will make his home. E. P. Morgan baa returned Irom a visit to California. Ue will leavt again within a few daya to be gone (or one month. Upon hla return here he will open up hia real estate office. Among the ranchere (rom the Lao- gel 1 valley country in to attend the Water Uteri meeting are R. C. Cowley, Geo. Clloc, C. J. Swingle, Geo. Deal, and E. R. C. William. J. II. Hobbs,oneo( the asplranta lor the Republican noml atlon f"r county echool superintendent, arrived in the city last night from Merrill to spend a (ew daya meeting the votera of thl aa tlon. J. P. Boubam and E. W. Mullr have returned (rom Bray where tbey went after a load of Editor, phonograph. They will open a s'ore ai soon a tbey can get a location and will handle tht Singer tawing machine and a Urge atock of phonographs and records. Pasture For Rent C. C. Low has leased the Hot Spring pasture, comprising 200 acre, and will take a number ol atock to paaturt at ,11.50 per month. IgT Ug&tt E -ZJlK1 1 1 a t f4fcMawV -at i , StwtSmm9Wx'm EZlaBaaSxSSBaT lt ? ' &?it sV.t ,it '"SffgaTaTaaafjaBJiJ jMEaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw SZSf. The Most frfct WArMt& qf Floor Paints) Males Qoora aay to keep cUan-tb home aanttary aad MrJrt, Roberts 6 Hanks nose 173, buu Block MEETING OF DIRECTORS Upper Project Receives Com bined Attention of Roard and Engineers The board of dlrectora of tbt Klaaaatli Water Uaera' Association held a meet ing yetterday vnlng which waa at tended by Engineer ilennjr, Murphy and llelleman. Tbt mettiag wat de voted largely tu a geaeral dlttattloa ot tbt project, aad especially to tht Upper Project. Mr. Uenny tUttd that b will do all in hi power to help along thl portion of tbt lysttm, bat that It wa largtly up to tha director aad tht people It.emael vet. Bid .on tht Clear Lake dam will bt opened on tbt loth and II tht contract It let work, will be gin jot aa oon aa th rtqulrtd per etat of tb land ar ligned op lor govern ment irrigation. Tb ptreasit a re quired U 86 and only 70 par ttat It Bigs- ed at thli lime. Tbt director will make a determined effort to Induct landowner to algn np at one. Francl J.Bownt watat tht aatttiag and agreed to algn up hit larga tract near Bonansa, about 2300 acre, oa con dition! that tht government ptrckatt bis water right aad that bt It prottcttS from litigation bteaaat ot a tartala option on tbt land. Tha eUrtcttn agreed to tbt purchatt ol hit water right and it la vary probabl that thla large tract will bt aajrutd up at oat. Tbt Eoglneera and tht board dltrass ed lolly tbt plan of work (or thla Sum mer, aad everything I piuty taring at well at tan bt tzptctti. t Tha beard ad journed to meat agaJa at tea o'clttk thit morning whan tha regalar iwatawa work waa taken up aad tht pitna tor tbt aftttaoon'a entering arraagad. At both meeting there wa a (all atltad ane ol tbt board, and a great deal ( interest manlfeated. Farmers Very Busy Tbt member ot tht Water Own' Aatociation who art ia tho alty mj that tht tmall attend tact at tb tttiag la dot largely to tht (act that tht (aratttt are very buey clearing land aad pat ting la crop- A large atrtaat it Mag cleartd thla Spring, tad tha irrigated ana will bt coualdarably iacrtated thit Indication art that tht year will ha dry, aad that irrigation will bt ntttt siry to tht production of crop. Wkilt thit would bt hard on tht dry land larmert it would hart a tendency to imp-tea upon tbt ptoplt ol thit taction that it I hasaraout to attempt to do dry fanning and grow a full crop tvtrjr year. 'i 'i y r cxf-efT?'