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« Wall Paper
liefere »electing jour paper you should become familiar with
new Spring Style* and learn what general effect« are to pre-
beuetlt whlch «-n» h water user deiives
ihm il Mci riMi.
QI EHIhlNS nettled . froiu llui projvbl 1« In a gvuural w-sy
Al lh«> leqtK-aii of John Irwin, rep
icuting the members ol tho Klam-
h Water Users’ Association, Repre-
»ntatlvo Hawley receutly laid be forti
cretary Ballinger several que«tlons
. .’acting laud and the rights of set
tlers on the Klamath Irrigation pr«>-
Jwt, and requ«»sted a detailed state
incut from the Secretary which would
act as a guide for tho member» of the
association. Three questions were
involved: one, whether tho settler
owning more laud lhau ho can hold
permanently must pay for water for
hie whole tract, and if »«>. If the pay
ments for the surplus latiti can accrue
as a lien against that portion of the
land which must later be sold.
Another question related to public
roads crossi ng farms on the project
Th«» settlor« object to paying for wa
ter for that portion of their lami
. which is used for roadw «y, alleging
that it is not solely at th it disposal
Th«» third question ba«' :»• do with
discrepancies that exist • ■■ twuon the
, actual area of private ho'< dngu on the
project and Hie area ns : • own on the
' government plats. 8ett ers fee red
that this <!!st rcpancy might Interior«
with the sale of tht ir laud in ca
they desired to sell off all or part of
lutNtaured l»y tho Irrigatile arresa«»,
uud II la uuly tuli und just tliat li«-
ahould pay in pr«iportlou lo III« irri
gablu acreuge. MoreOVcr, ars-lhiu 4
of thè Reclamatlou Act requlrvs thal
th«i churg«»s '«hall In- proportloued
equltnbly,' au»l attuai Irrigatile a«iv
uge is munitesily thè only proper
basls of equltable apportlontutiiii. so
far as area la conc«ru«'d.
Transfer« «>f lrrigu(«-«l luutd.
M my Important matter» affecting
the wiltuii of llie city were ills
> u i.-icd nt n ini-eiliig of the Council
Monday aflertioon. On« of the great
est questions to bet settled Is the dis
position of th«» scwuK»' when the new
newer system Is built
At the Inst
iimettng the sentiment seamed to be
strongly In favor ol dumping in the
river, but since then it h'is be«'ti
learned that It wt I-.- ne» - seary to
run pipes over 2.00'1 feet to tunning
water. As this
.! probably be us
expensive as build'L, a septic tank,
niany of the members of th« Count It
have changed their minds and now
fnvor the latter system.
Councilman Wllliti stated that lie
was about to change aver In view of
the fact that laike Kwunna was grow
ing in importance as an attraction.
Th« recent water carnival demon
strated the vain»- of thia hod, of wn
ta bll l'reserip-
H'i'i la iudleul-
«d In all ordi
na, y di<eaa»ia of
wttui u. lilla
K'.od vffeol» b«s-
ing p-rc» ptlbl«
Irotti t.m vury
fi at. Il I r cotu-
pcawd of tl.«
pure .1 and th*
i r liable
und otti or l>ar-
mful dtugs bs-
The tnaay dls-
f I u « u c e a lo
subj cleil ren
der h«r llabls
itily t nd lo d< troy ber comfort
ut <1 rt-iìous dia-
“It la sugg«-ai«-a that there in some
afforded far exceeds anything ever shown in the city before.
un«<asluess am«>sg thè land uwners
We hare Wall Ihtper from IO cents a double roll aad up.
r«»lative to futur«» transfer of land
un account of thè differente In
We do jmim - t hanging, painting, katoomining and interior
Irrlgable araaa «h«>wn on tho furui
unii piata ami thè Irrlgabl«» acrvageu
shown in thelr patcnts or deeda I*
la diffidili to 'indoratami how thè vu
lldlty of tho litio cuti be affecl» I l>y
tbeae figure.-. Il la rocognlse«! iliut
on accouut of orrors In survey tbc u
tual acreage niuy «liff.-r inen tl».- of
ficiai acrvaga. On» who rect i«» u
rtrrt may wttheui anv
In the Spring is the time to do your H oum - Painting, and you
««Mint mi li
should M-lcct your grade of paint which will not fade or peel
a (roti the
divide t i sell off
off. Our Paints are Guarantee«!. We have Just received the
t mi. | rc.-ided I
largest Shipment of Paints shown in this city, and thus give
ne uni of land
u II tli
rule I ha* in
you a complete line from which to select your colors.
Grading Hound Hl reel.
and bounds in
Ol li PAINTS ARK $1.90 PER GAIXON
street luinuiittic »
UNDEHW00D S tHARMACY
lilies. Tli«» location of the boundaries struetvd to Investigate lb«» filling of
We have Wall Paper from 10 cents a double roll and up.
Cor. 7th uud Main Htrcete
of th«» tracts In question being defln- Second street between Malti and Kia mat li Fall« • • • • Oregon
We do paper hanging, painting, kalsomtning and interior
May Accumulate Mmn'etiancc.
Itely fixed on the ground, the actual Klamath and report at the next meet-
The Answer of the Secretary, ad area may properly be considered in u Ing. As Klamath street has been
.Mil K E l oll I'l III.R ATION
dressed dir«»ct to Mr. Irwin, Is as fol case of thia kind
filled, a bole has bt-cn left un Second,
Dv|>artiiw-iit of the Interior.
'The amount ol excess on this ac and R is quite probable that the
U. 8. Land Office at Lake
VLll/U One Stock West of Public Schnoi
"1. Operation and maintenance count is considerable, and it Is to property owners will be ordered to
Orcgun. May 15, I9U9.
charges and their collection as ap the luterest of every water user thst • till to grade so ax to have th« street
NOTICE Is hereby given that JAY
plied to excess lands.
th«- charge lx- ¡>portlon«»d •»««».rdtng ready for laying the main sewer
J. ARANT, of Klauratb Falls, Ore-
“This question resolves itself into to the actual b»-n< fit rncolvrd by each,
whu. uu July 7,
th«» matter of the accumulation of the and no other ju-t way of meeting
ÛRKATEH THAN CRATER LAKE. WIDE PUBLICITY IN SECURED portion of the installment for opera
thia condition has been suggest« <1
llevcd that a contract could be mad« ¡No. 91193) for HE A NEW. 8«>c. •;
tion and maintenance and raises the
with the Reclamation Service for sup SWW NWW. NW HWW. tWc 6.
W. A. Delxell has added another
question whether one who applies for
plying »at«r for street sprinkling at Township 39 South. Rau*« 10 East,
attraction to bis already long list of
PORTLAND. Ore., June 29.—
a very low coat. Tho Klamath Full« i Willamette M» rldiau, baa fil»»<i notlcq
good things to be found in Klamath, “Oregon is the place for yon" has should be required to pay the opera
|of Intention to make Final Fl*«-y«ar
Tht- movement to maxi- the Upper Light und Waler Company has noti
the latest one being the Lava Beds. been the slogan brought to the atten ceding years. I note your recom
Homestead Proof, to ealabllab claim
Lake the great summer resort that
tion of 5,000,000 people of the coun
|to the land above deacrlbed, be tor«
He whs one of the party making the
it Is dtwtined to be has begun, and
try through a big advertisement in
It Is understood that County Clerk of Klamath County, at
trip there last week, and he relnrns the Saturday Evening Post, placed by stallment be made a lien against th«» the time Is not tar distant when the thlr month
Service 1« willing to Klamath Falls, Oregon, on th« Rih
shores of this beautiful body of water
Vied with enthusiasm over the grand the Portland Commercial Club, and
Inches of water In day of July, 1909.
will be lined with rottages At many
eur of the region visited. In discus the same message has been sent to
Claimant uames as wltne»««w: K
Inehe» owned by
sing it, he Baid:
1,000,000 more through other publi ment has given some consideration, ptiints along the western shore are to
Arant, of Klamath Falla, Oregon;
“To my mind Klamath county has cations. Reasons why Oregon is the
b« found small tracts of land from
Andrews, of Olmo, <Jr«go«;
an attraction that is greater than State of opportunity have been pre
one acre up that have been purchust-d
of Klamath Falla.
Crater Lake, and one that in time sented. The ninety-two commercial decision should be made to accumu by residents of this county. Many
F, Arant, of Kla-
have already erected (hereon rottages
will be the Mecca for as great a tour bodies of the State having member i
of a substantial character and others Council Instructed the Mayor to sec math Falls, Oregon,
ist travel as our northern wonder. ship in the Oregon Development charges, appropriate notice will
J. N. WATSON.
This attraction is no other than the League have been given an opportun given to the association
are planning to du so this year. It the Reclamation officials and see
It «gist ar.
Lava Beds. No one realizes fully the ity without cost to them to answer
must be admitted that It was tbc ad
The much-tliscuased occupation tai ,
“2. Your second Inquiry is in re- vent of E. H. Harriman that really
wonders of this region. We have been immediately thousands of new in
NOTH E FOR 1*1 I'lJCATIoN.
wont to hear only of Crater Lake and quiries about Oregon. Never before gard to the inclusion within the ir- opent-d the eyes of the people living w&n ugaln t-omtldered, and while no
the marvelous beauty of its setting, has Oregon been so well known and
here to what they had al home, anti
D>-|««rtoicnt of Ihr Interior.
and this has had a tendency to keep interest in the State so generally the areas of the public roads which now that they have awakened from noon, it 1« probable that some mens
U. S. Land Office at laiko-
our attention centered only on that aroused. All that is needed to get may eros« that tract.
their long sleep they arc losing no nre will be passed In the near future
*l>w, Oregon, May 20, 1909.
“The practice of the D» partment in time to muke purchases before it is to provide the city with additional
portion of the county. I have beard the best results is for the commercial
Notice Is hereby given that
to irrignble acreage is more too late or until tb» y have to pa>
some about the Lava Beds, but have bodies tb take advantage of the op
THOMAS J. JACKSON, of Fort Kla
always connected it solely with the portunity and make these home liberal than that of private Irrigation exorbitant prices for whs» they can
math, Oregon, who, on Nov. 8, 1907 •
<HtPPIMJ HAI FROM FORT
Modoc war and Captain Jack's seekers familiar with their sections companies. The latter as a rule make to-day get for u nominal ro*t.
mad« Hom<-*t»-ad Entry No. 3854
stronghold. When I went there last by sending them literature and an no deduction of any kind and each
The certainty of the construction
< Serial No. 01493), for Ixits 3. 14,
applicant Is required to pay for the of the Crater lot ko highway has; A new fmtnr hna entered the hay 15. 16, 17, Ik, Section 15, Town-
week it was more to satisfy a curios swering inquiries.
total area of his tract which Is under ' played a prominent part in inducing in irk« t of Klunmth Falls, and It Is ship 3
ity about its connection with the war
South, Range 7’4 Eaat.
Salem is making preparations for the irrigation system,
The Depart- 1 peoplt to make inve«tm< ntn in Upper ’ one thr.t Is going t<> cut rnnaldcrabl« Wiliam He Meridian, has filed notice
than to see anything of especial note. the fourth annual cherry fair to be
W hen I left there I bad a different held in the ! Capital City July 3th and ment excludes practically t .11 non-lr- I latke jiiroperty, anti ur. ►'tin ns work figur.- This now fnttnr tv the Fort of Intention to make Final Commuta-
idea, and I am satisfied that if proper 9tb. The people of Salem make a rigable areas and proceeds upon the ' Is beg" ti ou this hlgiiway and Its loca- Klamath «xnjntry -.«
tlon Proof, to itabllsb claim to the
theory that the water user -« honld pay
heretofore ha* never I"
reads were built into the Lava Beds big event every
land above described.
year of the cherry bls share of the cost of constriction. . tlon d «•fleltely -lociid'-d iipoit there hay Into this market
int of Richardson, IT. 8. Coi imlsaloncr, at
and the entrances to the various show, and the fete thia season will
, Will 1" ■ a rush that is Bur< to seni! j
caves made accessible to the public eclipse anything of the kind ever held In regard to the roads, the practice i price* <of tuoperty «1h y ward A num-1 Its Isolated situation
, on tho 3rd
of having trees along th-- roads Is so bcr of t «1 ¡it U <1 OW lit r» havt discussed ‘ portntion standpoint,
that we would have an attraction there, according to tht.
here that would be as great as the of the program. The fair will be held general that it is recogni»- d through ; the a<l VI ability of selling only In changing rapidly In the
out the irrigation countri»» that the
of the county and no
at the time of the midsummer meet-
“In one of the caves where we ing of the State Horticultural Society lands bordering upon roads take a ' l but th e purchaser c reel on the pro;»- ' Ing n more prominent
Oregon; J. II, Wheeler, of Fort
went was an immense room floored at Saiein. There will be addresses by larger proportion of water on account < rty u substantial siimmi-r hon><- : work 'han Wood rfv
Klamath, Oregon; Charles C. Jack-
with ice as smooth as glass. From prominent orchardisU and specialists of the existence of treer and other Something of thle » harnctr-r ought to that was never suppo><-d to bold wlth- Min, of Fort Klamath, Oregon.
overhead hung beautiful icicles and and a trip through the orchards vegetation, usually plant<-d or grow ;>•• done in order to prevent the hold iin its conflnra the unlocking of a ter-
J. N. WATSON,
the walls were covered with scintil about Salem on Friday, June 9tb, will ing up along the canals and laterals ing of the prop» rtj at exorbitant fig : rltory grcalt-r than some Htatea and 5-27 7-1
lating ice crystals. It made a pic be a feature of the gathering Fruit which border the road.
ure» and thus retarding the develoie with reaoiircrs sufficient to supply a
“The Department makes deduc ment of the resort.
But the magic key was
ture that was the most inspiring I growers of the State are making
MH K E FOR I'l I'LlCA llo.N.
the work of doept-nlng
have ever seen. This was only one of plans to attend.
i>r|mrlnM-ui of tI m - luU-rlor.
count of right of way for large canals
tbe bar and Mtralghtenlng th«- river
tnc many caves that are to be found
U. 8. laiud Office at Lake
Oregon was well represented at the and railroads, J>ut does not make de
was first undertaken, and the results
in tbls vicinity, and it is my belief
Oregon, May 30, 1909.
duction for small canals or roads.
following th»» nnmll amount of work
that if a systematic investigation
Notice Is hereby given that SAM
The arrangement in question Is Just
done have been so great as to insure
were made that many great discover
UEL II. KING, of Fort Klamath,
ies would be made. It is my inten- the financial affairs of the State were to all concerned, and is more liberal Ballinger arrived yesterday on his greater development of the str« am In' Oregon, who, uu April 23, 1903,
than the practice of private com way to the Far West, where he will the future
tiou to bring the matter to the atten-
pass the summer in the study of gov
Th«- Mazuma has oatcred into the' made Homestead Application No.
Uon of the Chamber of Commerce unusual interest, and because of the panies.
4007 tSerial No. 01961 for lx>t 22,
“3. Your third inquiry relates to ernment irrigation projects and other husinces of hauling hoy from Fort!
and endeavor to have that body ask
10; und !>ot 9, Section 16,
Klamath Tho launch runs to wl»hln|
the fact that in some cases the ir
the government to take thia region
Township 33 South, Range 7% East.
in hand and create another national
Willamette Meridian, has lied notice
park of the Lava Beds. A'ter thtj is financial interests of the Pacific unit plats is in excess of the official that I might become more fully ac bridge, at which point arrnngenmuta of Intention to make final Five Year
have been inad« for dockage and
acreage of the tract.
done it would be poeaible to get a
That Oregon has immense trade1
“This matter is one of considerable Reclamation Service," said Mr ^.Bal where the bay is loaded directly iron» Proof, to establish claim to the land
government geologist to coni'- here
above described, before II. M. Rich
and make a survey of the under poertMllties with China which offers Importance to all concerned. On the linger, “and that I might be able to tbe wagons C. T. Oliver has con
ardson, (J. H Commissioner, at Kla
grouD'l passages and mark them in
Itetween istration as may be- necessary.
others are already negotiating fur1 math Falls, Oregon, on the 3rd day
such a manner as to make th» m as well as the raw products of this! ect there
country, is th«- opinion of Quan Kai, a j the official acreage and the actual Ir-
larger purchases The quality of the of July, 1909.
available for tourists.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Fort hay is such as to open for it a
“The matter of improving the«e
II. Wheeler, of Fort Klamatb.
roads to the Lava Beds ought not U> kong, wl.o has been i Portland vis- j cases to an much as 10.55 acres in a limited amount of funds, it Is neces ready market at a nice equal, if not
W. D. Kingdon, of Fort
abo»e. that generally paid for the
total of 38 acres.
be overlooked. While It is true that
Klamath, Oregon; C. C. Jackson, of
the county has on Its bands about all
No trouble has been oxperlenc«-J Fort Klamath, Oregon; T. J. Jack-
It can manage at this time, plans lations with th» United States is, presented to the Department in con- necessity or emergencies exist. For
tbc Mazama in crossing the bar at son, of Fort Klamath, Oregon; War
nectlon with the Hondo project in
should be laid at once to include in
tnoiilb of ths rl/«r, tho chnnnel ren D. Kingdon, of Fort Klamatb,
the scope of highway improvements a
k'q.t open by tbe regular traffic Or°8o1'-
splendid road to and through the Pacific Coast. Quan Kai fays his! discrepancies of as great as 111 acres sired.”
J. N. WATSON,
floats on the bosom jf thia
Lava BedB. The time is not far dis
tant when this locality will be one of expansion and must have railway ma township plats. In pursuance of a
THE ILEH COMPANY LEAVES.
report ami recommendation from the
warm weather has Bet the level of the
A FEW BARGAINS.
the principal objects of interest to
The Margaret Ilea Company left water In the rivr has risen to an ap
tourists, and the sooner something Is manufactured products in addition to I Commissioner of the General Land
Five lota, Hlgn.ly location, 31500
done to bring it prominently before the lumber, wheat and flour—the Office, the Department on May 5, Friday morning for Lakeview and preciable extent, and this condition , Can loan 3750 cn the deal.
the public the better it will be for the chief commodities secured from this ■ 1903, instructed the Reclamation Ser Eastern Oregon, which section they will continue for tho rest of tho sum I A nlco _ cottage with bath, large
Coast -saying that his people prefer vice to note the actual irrigable acre will tour for the next two or three mer.
-Interests of the county.”
| lot, 31700. A good buy.
to trade with this country In prefer age on the plats whenever there was months. Their farewell performance
While the conditions are far su I A large residence, fire lot, 13500.
The Salem Journal gives a list of ence to the English and German ex an excess as great as 2 per rent, and Thursday was one of the best, if perior to what they were a year ago,
Three cottages on three lots. Root*
candidates for governor:
Frank porters who have the bulk of this to base the charges on the actual not best, of their plays, and was wit there is a good deni of room for Im
for another cottage; 32250.
Benson, Superintendent Ackerman, trade at present.
nessed by a large audience. There provement. M. F, Parker Is of tho
MAHON & SLOUGH.
California business men on the re . “In many eases throughout the was more than a passing Interest felt opinion that tho expenditure of $100
Attorney General Crawford, Food
Commissioner Bailey, Dr. Withy- cent trade excursion north got a les various projects excess acreage rang In this company, for the reason that would be sufficient to remove all of
combe, Dr. Andrew C. Smith, Jay son from mod<-rn, enterprising Med ing as high ns 40 per cent has been it has come to this city for many . tho principal obstacles to the ensy I
Bowerman, Judge Grant B. Dimmlck ford. A city of 6.060 people took the ' found. The result Is that an »0-acre years arid it and the citizens feel that J navigation of tho stream, but a great
clear««, call on or write,
party of one hundred visitors out in farm unit might contain more than they are old friends, as is. Indeed, the deal more than this sum ought to be
and Judge George J. Cameron.
W. W. MA8TKN,
autos, and had enough cars left over 100 acres and the owner wou'd use case with several members of the expend' d In order to make such Im
Klamath Falla. Ora.
The Southern Oregon Chautauqua for as many more. Could any Cali the quantity of water required for company.
provements as will Insure the perma
have just announced the engagement fornia agricultural city of the same 100 acres. In such cases he should
It is the Intention of Miss Iles to nent use of the river as a medium
Have E. W. Muller add an attach
of the famous Innes’ Orchestral size, not a center for tired-out and make the proportionate payment on return here some time this fall, when for the transportation of all the ment to your phonograph so you may
Band of N"w York for two perfortn- back-number
have 100 acres. Ills crops, of course, would she and her company will present an freight that goes into Northern enjoy the new 4-inlnute Amberol reo-
ances on July 16th.
turned a like trick?
be gathered from 100 acres. The entire new repertoire.
QUARANTE ED pAINTS