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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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FACTS ABOUT KLAMATH PROJECT
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Id, Oregon, or
M-W- hlli, Oregon
"tracting and Jobbing
''tcUin Lino of Plumb.
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Frt Klamath, Ore.
"Uble always aup-
wiin the beat the
I mil llio linrilmt hiiIjiIiinci) kuown.
I liavo ii trriin llnnn ulxiut im-, UiuiikIi
Uiy mule urn imunlly colurlwrn. It In
Ilia ruilly uf llil IIukh nml my Un
I lint innkr hip very inlimlilu. TIioiikIi
iio larger limn n lilckury mil, I am
world tunny llioiianml dollar. I wnn
Uirn In llrnrll, TIip Krai of Hit worlil,
at Irnat of ilnyll.lit, for mo wa rnllliiii
out with tmi', nint, rarlli ninl oilier
mlnirnla fnlloHlim tlm atroku of 11
ilck. I lay mi tliu ground Uforo n
workman, ll looki'il alxjiit him ami,
iIiik lila fomiinn'a hack luriicil, pltk
nl mo up nml put mo In hi mouili
When liu i'ht from Murk ho una
atnriln'il, hut I wua not illacuvcriil.
Tim nml Accint In my llfu of motion,
au l (peak, una In n nixxl, Tlio wurL
liinn ln hml found me aolil mo In u
man of livtlrr urnili' 'llm prko pjlil
hi til) In Unit) Hlalra hllla 'I tin
luall who Ixulillit luu took Inu In h
riMiin, liKknl tlm ilr nml iitumliifil im
carufully. I toiilil - hy hla rinia
alou Hint ho uua iry much ph'navil
Willi Hli Ho got a li l of avnliiL,'
uttnalla from a iloiwt ami, ripping n
poskat In lh lining of hi coat, put
Urn lu anil vHfil in fait. I illiln't
auppoao that 1 would atuy long In thla
plaro, hut I ilhl.
On Jy iolli'iiiau rainu to oiy
owurr" mom ami arrratnl him, Id,
waa not wrarlng tlio mat lu nblih ho
bail atnnl Hip, It hiiug In a rlott. ,
luouth latrr It uaa tnkili iloun und
with other clothing taken In Villa On
I'rtucllm, nhrrr II aa aolit In a Jew
A young in.ui "all Inllrnil ninl torn"
Caiua Into tln Jew'a almp, tried nil av.
ral roata, nml, I lie one I waa lu fitting
I him, lie Imught II I IlilliU'tlie prion
mill waa I'J Tlie young man walked
all tlm wny In Itln, doing work hero
and thrro fur a inenl Had ho known
thai ho had mo wllu htm ho might
ha rlildiu In a coach and four.
When ho gut to lllo ho ahlpak mi a
rraa- Imuuil fur New Harcii, Conn. I
waa rolled, with other rlnthlng, lu a
atuall humllit and put under hla hunk,
be donning aallor log. When we reach
ih! New llaxen my owner put on hla
abort clothra, left tlm raae and walk
ed up lulo the clly. He met a iiumUr
of young men he know, and hy hi con
Yrtlou with Ihrm I Iraruoil that he
had Ut-u n atudent lu the college tlieru
and hi father hud died Ituuhcut dur
log the aon'a arcoud year. I'roin a
tudent bo had hvcome a aallor, had
ought nnploj incut In Houth America
and bad got itraudetl In llraill Ona
of hla old chiima loaned blm rome
tuonry with which to buy n ticket to
bU homo lu a illitaul city,
Thl homo waa lu a ababhy lltllu cot
tage lu Hie auburba. It wa both a
melancholy and n hapy meeting be
twevu the young mult nud hla mother
ami hU two atatrra, They werv rl
dently H-opte of refinement living lu
powrly Their rvlurmil ly wa huu
gry. but (hero wa uothlu. oo a
I plevo of curn bread lu tlm houao to gl
Vl.lxi 1l,Hv lrf,,....l Mm In .tnv with
thorn, try for n portion ami help them.
To thl ho coniftttiil, nud they weru
That ulghl afltr ho had gone to bed
ouo of hi alUr took hla clolliet and
at up Into patchlug and durulug them
that ho might appear the In-tler lu
looklug for employment. After the
cwtng the look theiu ilowuatnlr Into
the kitchen, heated au Irou and prtitaed
tbtui. Whllo ruuulng Ibo Iron out tlio
coat II uoo bit au uUtaclu lu me.
Hue frit of me, took me to the light to
examine the placo 'where I wa; tbeu,
taking a kulfe, alio rlpcd tlio aowlug
ud took uto out. Hvulug tiothlug hut a
browulab alone, ahe Ihrvw mo Into a
coal acuttle, but ou ircond thought
took mo up again and put mo on a
table. Thru, tlnlahlng her Iroulug, ahe
took tbo clothe to her brother' room.
Tb ueit mornlug tbo abowed m to
(Mr brother and told hliu wbero alio
bad fouud me. lie looked mo over Tory
carefully, thinking nil the while, ami
aakod bl alaler to aliow him the place
wbero abo had found mo. Thou he put
mo In bl KK'ket and later ou darted
out to look for a altuutlon. About uoou
be weut home. He met hi mother lu
tbo ball. Ho wim pnlu nud trembllog.
"Ob, mother!" ho exclaimed.
"My boy, what ha happotiedr
"If It ahouldn't l true It would kill
The alouo l'unnlo found aewed In my
coat Thluklt'g It might bo a Jowol lu
tbo rough, I took It to a Jeweler. Ho ay
It'a a dlauioud. A diamond of (bat alio
la worth many thouaaml of dollar."
Iio took uie out of hi pocket, and
tbo motbor ami ber daughter gathered
round, cacb trembling with excitement.
"Don't count ou too much, dear boy,"
aid the mother, "If It I a dlatooiid, It
baa a real owner, and you mutt find
blm, but be will doubtlea give you a
reward for II return,"
But Ui owner waa uever fouud. Tue
young man wrote to tbo officer of al
tba diamond mine lu Bratll, and all
replied that tbey bad no record of any
ucb diamond, though I bad doubtlea
beta takou from ome of them when
dug from tbo earth. Since none of
tbem could prova ownereblp none of
them claimed me,
I waa pollibed, cut and aold for a
fortune. Tbe young man went back to
college, -., tbe atory of hi. return
getting out among the atudent, tbey
ga-e blm tbo aobrlo,uet of "Old
0BBL0TTB BOND UX.UL.
Tlm Klnmntli Project is tbo umo
tlml Iiiih been upplictl to tlio rcelnimi.
titin of iilmul 100,000 nereH of land now
, , l'lf tlm overllow of tho Klaumth
llivvr ami or Lower Klnumtli l,nko titid 'J'ulo l-ike
mill llm liTlKtilioii of about IcO.OOO nereH or vnlley
IiiiiiI iiiljiieent to llm Kliimiith Uiver, iiIoiik llm courau
or liimt Jtiver nml tho triliiilnry portion of tho (treat
p InlMiu lyinitchlelly in Klmmith Comity, Oregon, but
iiIko ciiihrnciiiK a jmrt of .SiNkiynti und .Moiloo Coun-tii-H,
Cnliforniii, n total area or 200,000 acron.
'i'lm 1'rojeul iinhraeot the eotiHtnietion of n very
(.rent niileiio of eaiialH, liilernlu ami drainage- cauala
anil will huvo iU piucipnl hoiiico in Upper Klnuiuth
liulfi'. Clear Lain- anil Iloraufly urn reHervoir Hitea
uheru ilood water will lm iinpouiiiled and utilized for
irrigation of Imitl juuliidctl in the upper portion of
Work on tho main cmml waN htnrled in the .Spring
of lliOO mid tlm III hi unit of niiiu inilen !h now com
pleted. About J3.U00 ncrea of land will he irrigated
fiom tlm llrnt unit, tlm Inter.ili for which are being
roiiHlrucli'd under the Hiipervjinon of the cngincera
hiivmg elinrgo of the Project. Uy far the largeat
propoiliou of the laud under the find unit in now in
fiagelmiHli and iiiiinI lm cleared ami broken in time
for crop in the Hpring of JU0& Work on the nee
oml unit in being doim hy the (lovernment and cm-hrnei-H
nineteen niilen of main canal and twenty-Kix
inili'H of lateralH to furiimli water to about liO.000
nilililMiiml anrcit of hind. Work on thin unit will ho
pniHiTiiti'd an rapidly an pohKihlc.
N'i'arly one half of the area to ho irrigated is now
under water to a depth of from ono to fifteen feet
mid will ho reclaimed hy a Hyutem of drainage to
lower the level of llm rivem ami lakes. A large part
of the Hwamp laud ami practically all of the vulley
land in the Klamath llnsin are held in private own
erahip ami aonio in very large tract", which muni bo
1'ild in tracts of KiO ncroN or lew under tho regula
tions governing tlm perfection of a water-right.
KLAMATH 'U For itn development and prot-
UREATEST pcrlly tho Klamath BanLn must have
NEED people, and the right kind of people
at that. Ita groat need U intelli
gent, practical fanners, who understand tho meaning
of intensified and diversified farming; men who will
buy land, not for speculative purposes, but with the
idea of clearing off the sagebrush and mailing per
manent and comfortable homes. Such men arc bound
to succeed. Thcro is room for thousands of thorn.
Developing .Sugar beets have been grown ex-
Various ieriiiieutnlly throughout the Klam-
Industries nth Valley. The percentage of sugar
is high, iih will be noted from the
following inuilvHis made hy theaUnitod States I)c
paitment of Agriculture from beets grown near
wigar in beets, per cent,, 21.7; sugar in juice, per
eent.. '-'1 1 ; coefficient of purity, 8'J.l.
I'perieiiee 1ms ilemouatrntul that excellent as
parugus, oiiinns ami eehry can he grown, the tulu
hinds being very himilar to those of the Sacramento
ami Han .loaiiiiu Valleys of California, where Hitch
vegetables are so suecestifully cultivated. Through,
nut the world the reclaimed innr.slilaiid.s are the best
Hinted for tlm highest development of dairy inter
ciita. There is no quchtinu that this will become a sugar
beet producing section mid that a number or facto
ries will he built ami operated with the development
of the industry.
All kinds of fruit adapted to the temperate zone
thrive here tipples, peaches, pears, cherries, prunes,
plums, apricots ami nectarines do well, and small
fruits hear abundantly and of excellent iinlity.
There are a great many hinall orchards throughout
the basin that prove the adaptability of tlm region
to the profitable production of fruit.
V.. L. Smith, former president of tho Oregon State
Hoard of Horticulture, gives it as his opinion that
(ho foothill lauds are .specially adapted to apple
Cultivation of tho 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 tho New 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 n large area ot good land for sale
nt reasonable figures, prices rang
ing from about $15 to $115 for uuimproved, and $i!0
to $50 per aero tor improved land. Land adjacent
to the principal towns comuinuds hiuber prices. The
purchaser pays for tho water right at n cost of about
$18 per aero to ho paid for in ten equal annual in
stallmeuts without interest. This amounts to less
tbnn tho ordinary annual rental paid privato ditch
rompanies. Some of the irrigators of Klamath Vol
ley (and they nro tho most prosperous farmers) have
already paid out to such companies for water $60 per
ncro and rwn no water. All of these companies havo
been purchased hy tho Government and included in
No pnblio lands will bo open for aettlement for
Olimato Tho upland soil is mainly a rich saudy
and loam of great uniformity and composed
Soil largoly of disintegrated and eroded lava
with on admixture of volcauuT ash and
dlutomitccoua earth, tho latter material of plant ori
gin, formed in tho bottom of tho ancient sea which
covered tho greater part of the Great Uasin, and of
which Klamath Vnlley is n northwesterly extension.
Such soil, characteristic of many of tho richest agri
cultural sections of the world, iuoluding much of
Italy and tho great plains of India, is extremely fer
tile, and of lasting productiveness. Tho lake and
tide lands nro niado up of a volcanie soil containing
inuoh organic matter, a vegetable accumulation of
ages, and is of a peatty nature.
Tho olimato is oxtroincly healthful und not severe.
There is rarely any Winter weather heforo tho hitter
part of December, and but little eero weather during
tho entiro Winter. Tlio nunual precipitation is about
fifteen inches, with little 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 COITKES
VAN RIPER BROS.
Our goods are new and attractive.
ALSO THE PRICES
E. W. GILLETT & CO.
Hurt K. Withkow,
Maps, Mans, Blue Prints, Etc.
Klamath County Abstract Co.
Surveyors and Irrigation jlnglieers
Don J. Zumwalt, C. E.
M. D.IWiluams, C. E.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
East End Meat Market
CRISLER & STILTS, Proprietors
Prime Beef, Veal. Mutton, Fork and Pomltry
Fresh and Cured Meats and Sausage' of all kind.
We handle our meat in the most modem way In clean
Unci and surroundings. Try u and we will be 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 TWENTY FEET
deep more than double the area of most
town lots offered to investors.
FRANK IRA WHITE
CAPT. O. C. APPLEGATE
Office on Filth Ursst
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 401
or K K K Store, Phone 174
- J. 1. FIELDER &&
Heavy Freighting a Specialty. Baggage Orders Arc
Given Prompt Attention
O. K. Transfer S Storage
Having up-to-date piano
trucks we solicit your
fine piano moving
KENTON & GRIMES. PROPRIETORS
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