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jjj5vcrtlcmcnt TSMrMloJllmiliou. Clot, ;, (ihm-'""- , Testatc row au r0gV,i:-Ml Acin llsiirh l.neato'1 . .. .1.1. i.lllrn. iMtt'""' -1 Notlce to Public MlSCKUANEOUi Kmmath 1'ai.iji, ()ro May 20, IH0H Nullrluiliiulillct For tlm ptirxitai Ol eilnbllihlnK tho Irfo delivery limit ' fur thin illy, it nt notice on Imck (, imr Mi-plmmi MaiiVs, hI, on ami alter llilstlate, iMIvcr I1111 ol ilnrxo I. ! IfteeiilliiihoiiraiilHa. m, ami 11 p, ,,l hII mra.nit nililriiMftl to purion. mIHi- ' III Olio liluik ol our nltlcr, On messages l( imraons mttalile o( ,, ' I.. .I..lu..... II... I, . ii . in i .......Hi..,, ii mem will ixta Inch. MiiiKPrcUiim nl SA tenia lur itellmy ol HFI.MIN" A ('" '"r """f,l,," aamo mUMii lin tUy ,t., pB).t, '., hlilifil "'' l"ln" '"r "" "!",U . xim delivery ol iiiiataiiK. II 141 W fin iimii, . . ...... I J " "" ""' hH "" '"m-'" :; lu t-aae ol a intsa-n rr.iiiliitf to n .,. I win hIiii lias a telephone wo will notify llieiu dy It mill, If limy mi ( aln-, irnl I lie nnoaaitn tu llirm without rlitrKii, or limy may, on audi nolle., till nnl re , n-lve inraii' at Central Oflllrn free ol ' rliari-e. .Mi.Kr iitfUril IniImwii lln liniua rOK MALR ....,. K..r Mi--An ''I"'kI' IM"" ifcoalnK-K-lf'""''!1""' rtll,tll,.i,li;if. 'liniu'WH Ol II .. ...-T-.n-nilirallyil" llnillllKM ""' -t . l..r.-lM. m x I ' ! " "' rt 1"' uVllwrr.1 llH'N"'"" '"" - - . i .III,III.IIII'WW '"'" 1""1'1' i,.lffalllrll laJwIy "' InsMe. '" '" """I"K unless I lie tim ran lu lu, ; reached liy plume or will rill (or II on ' Bilrli linltf.. Wit fAl.r-"'i" "'"'" i""" ' I inntu truly, ,UnoMMMi.Kir.""";-","77 l I.e. Ml.Way Tel. ATel. f.i., .... .l 111 S " " " "" ' lVt. II lly(), II, (lair.. 3300 Acrca Free Treasurers Notice I. itr.r rvlng ol lila party tote. jlln i.l all mititamliiiK roniily rusts pti.l.ili-1 on ami prior In (III; M.IKW. Inlrrr.t on tame will MMIIMn IlilliUIr, IVaIiI Klsnulti Fall, this IMh tl) lii. r., L Alt l-enis, t'uunlrTrraiiirrr. rro;crly U rtuoubk. ;ih at- ?.?Mr IN ft or June IT. I "H' ' ril.ll.i with Ih. KUuiMIN H OrtfiA. faf tld r.jL.i... . 11 i. IHiZl,0.",,",1 mn llxr awli winct.uUm.4 l-i nrntofora KmII K5taSy!ul u. ,UW laMtiUiivml umltr awh..... :,;-,r- t-t'.- "Ti lllL.lT. ', ' """"Ml MWIM Will tirr r . Wmwnl or ivtfuiiTi Um Iwl wVZ?1""x,m' '' wEH4ii lii4, V,te!.1JT. .. R.t K.. t iBSS'" "' ,h Urat UihI OnV. " A..UUM IWrrt.,y nf th. ttor C Helmlny fi Co. Merchant! ! Minhlltld, orctfoa, or ""Ui rails, ortgon ft Plumbing Shop "ruling and Jobbing ""tela.. IJm, f ,.urob. SpjclulUca n, (in ' WorkmnnKliln. rl'3 BjUMta - Main raiu f;ckson Hotel fn Klamath, Ore. roonw.goodbtdt, T'e lwayt tup- w"h the beat the 'wfordi-Terraarta-1. ckon, Prop. er Homo anil ilnnonttritrtl liia alillily. Iteprrarntatiwa-Oiir rilalc Itep. rvtrntathc. II. I. IWIknap anJ II. A. Ilrattaln, ate alrong tml(latra ami will mum than mi)I llirlr party lrinKlli. flirrlir-W. II. lUrnra la wi-llipjiillllfl In HII tlio oltlto, lia Iiik aervrtl aa aaaeaa 1 or ol fjike County, alto aa deputy alierlff . llo liaa a goml education, ia an active! roan, well acipialntol with all the nr- rounding county and make an e fllclcnt ofllter. Vote for him. ' County Clcik-C. It. IVIap, at County Clerk, la well known to yon all, having avrveil tltia county aa School Superin tendent In a way that la a credit to him-1 aell. He I now nerving aa Deputy Slier-, lltol Ihla county ami la known In U a, throughly competent man. , Cnunlv Treaaurar I, Alva lwl. aal Treasurer, la well known to you all ami ha polnta with prldu to hla paat record. School Superintendent J. 0. Swan ia a man that litia been i-ouaplcuoualy ! Iieforn the public (or tho paat live yean and liaa accomplished wondcralucdiiual- ional llnc-a. He la urll fitted for the place. Aaaeaaor llert K. Wlthrow,aaAiaeaa- or, It (he right man in tho right place, having aerved a number ol yiara In the Abalratt Office and having a complete abstract of every piece ol deeded land In the county, putt him In a position to better judge the value of roul estate than any other man we know. County flurveyor-M. D. Williams hat been conspicuously before the public during hit term ol office. Hit work tptakt lor hit efficiency. County Oomnilailoner-0. J. Swingle it a pioneer ol Klamath County. Ho it n conservative business man and hat made a tuccett with hla own buiinott venturer, and it It fair to assume thai he will do as well with the county business FACTS ABOUT KLAMATH PROJECT ' Tim Hill. Dry (loud. Co. has ri-r.,h,,l ' roll HAM! KIUIimi ulenille, illnliig M.-erlahlpiiiintsi,IKa.ternilrta.giHl.. wmift an I "ther liimlluie. Ilii'inlri' , fll ami lnarl the i.w line. ailltHMOilitf. lf , . ' I p . . .... . ....I .1, ... I -.-.L -. tlll u .. K HUTU, IKIUK Ml 11111 1 aon'a holrl fur f I. IWmd and Inditing ." a week. C. II. Wlllaon, I'rnp, II fl UVr.lloci.i.pai.y haa S.VW arrea , penuhrn flnilt(lnl. iblnnlrrtlie Adams illlch that il t3t five HKNT KHKI. lor mm )rnr. ( II. r". N-rialor-Hon. II, M. ,kr, a tiUlwliflr. Il.e iim id the land and '. Senator, la all that we ran a.k fur ulir, The n nlrr imlsl rhar nri.l In one ramlldajr. Mr Cake la a man itollis land In culllialioii. Tlierenl-.' ideating ap-rance, an cliilrnt ftU(llllierriphut we rrM-rve the speaker, a man that uuderttamla the rattiepitureihe stulihk. ' pailllral situation. While many tenrrt The Uketl.ln t'iinMiliy, llial Mr. l-ullon wai U-alen, )et we J Prank Adams, .Manager, rrallre, by the volu .Mr. Cake receltrd Merrill Oregon, ' in his hoinn county that he is at pular Ihereas Mr. rultonwa.heie. Mr. Cake -3-- Congressman V. ('. Ilawley lnlai Xotite U Urrli given that then' are' lu 1.1. ..,. t1)r.i i,i. ,,.,. 1.,, 1,1, Hiuriaiiierounix iiea.uiy lur inn ir ' riTurd is hi. platforui. Jusllreol the Supreme Court II. S. IWan nerds no tfirelal mention. 1 Ihiiry and Kond Comtniialonrr J. W. lUlley Is at.o a Winner. It. It. Commissioner T. K. Campbell is a man lor the people and la entitled' to the support ol tho entire parly. I'roMKutlng A Homey D. V. Kuykeii ' Mrs. IV. K. rVxImrn l.as taken charn j 'U" M I'lianx-iitliig Attorney, ia pracl- 11 Amnion inning room, wlilch 1 icaiiy wiinoui oppotmou. lie 11 wen iterarcinolrlnl. All wiiuien rooks ijiullfieil and Klamath and Uke Count.' )). il.l. I. the place in gel , ,,,,, U. COnKratnlate.l on having' 'tr.lmrsl.ln town , .. . , 11 nun- 111 i.iir poii'iiiiii'iii 111 wimirNrorTiiniMTiiiini, w.... . turney lu nomlnat'on for the plate. 'usetrnrs. Wur.i(t,. II. i M.rrh XT. .... c u.. il i ..I r imiinrtruTiuN nrmatio i.mi i7i.nwi-ira, ........,,,..., - , VX!!JSt!iM'Mw, I. a rising yoi'i-IC Bute m. .iTxu th. oiiMnwa T r iirtaT ,n" vlng serveil one term lu tho Low Tho Klamath Project Thu Ktiiinntli I'rojcut in tho name Unit linn l.ueii nitrilicd to tho reclama tion of nhoiit 10U.U00 acres of land now ... , "J., wi ovorllow or tlio Klamath Hivir mill of hower Klumiith luiltu nnd Tulo Jiko "nil llio iiiiKiitinn or nhoiit Ji'0,000 ncrcH of valley I11111I iiiljiicent to tliu Klmnntli Ilivcr, iiIoiik tho courao itf liOHt Hiver nnd thu tributary portion of the great lilntumi lyiiij" chiefly in Kluimith County, Oreijon, but iiIhd eniliriteiiiK 1'iirt of Sinltiyoti arid Modoo Conn lien, California, a total area or 200,000 ncrca. Tliu l'rnjvct embraueH tlio voimtruction of u very urcnt mileiiKo of cnnalH, iaturalH nnd drniunge canali mid will huvu it principal noiircu in Upper Klamath l.akc. Clear l.uhu and lIoiHdly uro reaervoir aitee where flood water will bu impounded nnd utilized for irriKiitinn of land included in thu upper portion of .tlio Project. Work 011 tlio iiiniti canal win Htarted in the Spring of 1U0G anil tlio Unit unit of nine milts ia now com pleted. About 1 11,000 ncrcH of land will bo irrigated from tho fimt unit, Die latcraln for which arc being eumttruclcd under the mipervisinu of the engineers haviiiK charge of thu 1'ioject. Ily fur the largcat prop.utioii of the laud uiiiler thu Unit unit ia now in MiKcbrtihh and muat be cleared mid broken iiKtlme for erom in the Spriui; of 1008- Work on the aoc iiiul unit k being dnno by thu Oovcrnment and cm brncea nineteen milcx of iimiii canal and twenty-nix milen of IntcralH to furnish water to about 20,000 additional iicicm of laud. Work oti this unit will bo prosecuted 11s rapidly mi poHsihto. Nearly ouo-hnlf of the area to be irrigated ia now uiiiler water to a depth or from otio to (ifteen feet nml will be reclaimed by a system of drainage to lower tlie level of the rivt-ra nnd lakes. A large part of the Hwnmp laud and practically nil of the valley land In tlio Klamath linsin are held in private own endup mid sonic in very largo tracts which must bn sold in tracts of ICO acre-, nr less under tho regula tioni governing llio perfection of n water-right. KLAMATH'S For its development and pros- OUKATEST pcrity tho Klamath Basin must nave NEED people, and the right kind of people at that. Its groat need is Intelli gent, practical farmers, who understand tho meaning of intensified and diversified fanning; men who will buy land, not for speculative purposes, but with the idea of clearing off the sagebrush and making per. manent and cemfortablo homes. Such men are bound to succeed. There is room for thousands of them. Developing Kugnr beets have been grown ex Various periincutnlly throughout the Klam Industries nth Valley. The percentage of sugar is high, at fcill be noted from tho follow inK analysis made by the United States De partment of Agriculture from beets grown near sugar in beets, per cent., 21.7; sugar in juice, per rent., 1M 1 ; enr-flicicnt of purity, S.'J.l. .xicriiiiee has demonstrated that excellent us paragus, onions nnd celery can bu grown, thu tutu lauds being very similar to those of the Sacramento mid Sim .lonipiiu Valleys of California, where such vegetables nre so successfully cultivated. Through out tho world the reclaimed marshlands are the best suited for the highest development of dairy inter Oltt.l, There is no question that this will become n sugar beet producing section nud that n number of facto ries will be built and npeintcd with the development of the industry. All l.iiuls of fruit adapted to thu temperate zone thrivi' here apples, peaches, pears, cherries, prunes, plums, apricots and nectarines do well, and small fruits bear abundantly nml of excellent quality. There nro n great many small orchards throughout (lie basin that prove the adaptability of the region to the profitable production of fruit. K. L. .Smith, former president of tlio Oregon State Hoard of Horticulture, gives it ns his opinion that the foothill lands nre specially adapted to apple growing. Cultivation of the potato has passed beyond the experimental stage, the handy loam of the uplands producing them in great abundance. Klamath County wheat, grown without irrigation, took tho premium nt the New Orleans Exposition. Tho most important forage crop is alfalfa, the soil being peculiarly adapted lo its growth. Excess All landowners bciug required Holdings Must to sell their excess holdings, there Be Bold is n large area ot good I nnd for sale at reasonable figures, prices rang ing from about $15 to $35 for unimproved, and if-0 to (50 per acre tor improved laud. Land adjacent to the principal towns commands hiubcr prices. The. purchaser pays for the water right nt a cost of about" $18 per aero to bo paid for in ten equal annual in stallmeiits without interest. This amounts to less than the ordinary annual rental paid private ditch rompnnicB. Somo of the irrigators of Klamath Val ley (and they are tho most prosperous fnrmcrs) have already paid out to such companies for water $G0 per aero and rwn no water. All of thoso companies hovo been purchased by tho Oovcrnment and included in tho system. No publio lauds will bo open for settlement for several years. Climate ' The upland noil is mainly a rich sandy and loam of great uniformity and composed loll largely of disintegrated nnd eroded lava with nn admixture of volcanic asli nnd diatomacoous earth, the latter material of plant ori gin, formed in tho bottom of tho ancient sea which covered tho greater part of tho Great Basin, and of whieh Klamath Valley is a northwesterly extension. Such soil, characteristic, of many of tho richest agri cultural sections of the world, iuoludlng much of Italy and tho great plniim of India, is extremely fer tilo, and of lasting productiveness. The lako and title lands are made up of a volcanic soil containing much organic matter, a vegetable accumulation of ages, and is of a peatty nature. The climate is extremely healthful nnd not severe. Thoro is rarely any Winter weather beforo tho latter part 0! December, nnd but littlo rero weather during the cntiro Winter. Tho annual prooipitation is about fifteen inches, with little rain during the Summer months. IT WILL DO That'i what people often. My wien tktygef article! In the Grocery line. We doat felT the "It W1U Do" kind. We always guraatee absolute aatlafactlon. n.o,,.M6 van Riper Bros. Get the HaMi-UMChase S Uabon Coffee Our new goodt .are now here and you are invited to call and In spect same. We can SAVE TOU MONEY or aayiklag is tie Fanrinwt line. "Our Xttponstblllty ends wfcetover you are MaUatttt." E. W. GILLITT ft CO. Heiit E. Witmhow, Vlto President AixattSuua; Seerttaiy Abstracting Maps, riaaa, Mae Mats, He. Klamath County Abstract Go. Surveyors and trrifsUoi.Iifrt ftf. D.prsuiAisa, c e. KLunath Fallal Oregoa Don J. Zumwalt, C. E. President East End Meat Market CRISLER S STILTS, Proprietors Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Pork and'Pcadtry Fresh and Cured Meats and Stusjagee of all kkatte. We handle oar meats In the moat saodtni way In ettaav Ilness and surroundtofrt. Try as sad we win b. stoat happy to have you for a eoatoster. Pre. Delivery. MILLS ADDITION LOTS are Advracing In Value When blocks in Mills Addition wen offend at bargain prices a number of shrewd inree tors bought; since that time values have increased materially. These Lots are Bargain Bays nt present prices, and then is every reason to anticipate an advance in prices. Remesa 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. APPLEGATE FRANK WARD Land Salcasmea. Office oa Fifth Street The Gem Restaurant and Lodging House Special accommodations for Family Dinner Par ties. The largest and best arranged eating honae in.the city. Open day and nifat. WOOD WOOD Sixteen inch and four foot wood in any quantities. Orders can be left at Navigation C Phone Ml orKKK Store, PaoeU 1Z4 J. L. FIELDER wM4?TlS ristsiejVi , Heavy Freighting a Specialty. Baggage Orders Are Given Prompt Attention O. K. Transfer & Storage Company Having uptodate piano trucks we solicit your fine piano moving PHONES omeean 71 MS KENTON & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS . V'