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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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W. O. BMtTII, dttor Md Proprietor
"The Trinity." Imp
'The -Ileal Call,'
day, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
- for -Odd
- ONLY -
In baaement of 1. O. O. K. Teni
p. Bowling. Bllllardi. Peel.
Card Room. Heading Koome
Private Wtting Hoom for lie
VksHlag Brolhcta and Slsters
Owing to the scarcity aadttgH
nrlco ot livestock, and to the
we lmu to purchase niul feedstock as
much nt three month! lu rfvance to
be. sure of n supply, and taflhe further
fait thnt wo have In p-yapot cash at
the time of purchase Mr all stock, we
find It absolutely necessary to tell
tm.it for cash on on and after
August 1. 1MI.
Hoping onr ssar patron win ap
preciate our portion la tila matter,
and thanking yo for past patronage.
nuatlon of the same
der of business, we
hoping for a eonl
under the new
placed for collecl
rALLS MEAT CO.
t 10th will bo
i. K. F. M. Co.
PnMlsr.nl dally eicept Sunday ai 115
Rutered at the poUoBco at Klamath
Falli, Orsgun. for tranamlealon
through tbe malls aa taoondlasa
Subscription terms by mall to any ad-
drees In the United State:
One year ... ..11.10
One month .... "
.-. CLOTHIER IS VERY EARLV RISER '.
KLAMATH FAX1.. ORRHOM
MONDAY, JULY , ll-
GRATER LIKE KENS.
ONIOHS AND THE
BEST SOIL TO fiROW THEM
"Why Husbands Should Kat Hreakfast lhwmonn.Tlit.UBii "'"'"
ot the Best Cook. In .... Country" U ll.o llllo o ... JJ '
end. are trying to persuade O. M. Hector, U.e il ' ''' "'
The Crater Lake Hotel com
now providing transportatloi
tomoblle. meeting all tra.naAt cnuo.
. .- LA.--.-.! .
iiuln. to Aram s ramp nwwjmi
wtihln three-auarters or tune irom
the r.m. In the evenU&f it telephone
call being sent to thehotel people au
automobile will be flnt to the steam-
r landins for lav convenience o
The hotet Ae rim will not be
open for iuMtJor a few days, but
rtccommodatlonsare provided at
Arant's camp. "
f -I YOt'K WATCH NKKDH CLBsNINO
MAPLK FBAPPK, No matter how good It larand how
hMKWBKKT. WATltt ICKM. carefully used, )our jptteh need.
YAMLI-, UTBAJnlKBRY cleaning every elghteenAonlhs.
AXD CHOOOIiAm This Insures good srvlce and pre-
ICK CRKAM. vents wear. Let us ean It for you.
Our Sherbetff and water less Yours fogjervlce. I
are made w Whlta Pelican rnTaWji HDD
water. Qlw u. an order for tnArrinfl. Urr
a brick of Sherbet for your .
next entertainment. . "?..
Forlsfy oey "r Customer, are Ooo.1I
Klamath FaHsV Oregon
I Because pur
" II I sff
FISHING TACKLE Groceries
Wr hsve everythl you I - fifxemi
need for thst SskBg trip: II xr
tfwtV H..A nX ril4. II I a
baskets. tcfV' r.nt II t
tents, guns sl cavnplug I A compllmefttary order win
oatMa. 2 il I ,.M ... f
rim r.rtm RTfsRF. I II I .
JkvcZtMRKRS I I
m - ua iaV .Janiha Hlk. II I
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LadiesodS Bazair n "' V
Ladies Exchange .JbA
we we a ipaviauj ui
V-.J usla fakMli.
aaaanntew swpi " iMioew 1051
W I J
Gcrmaa Balis Md itcei Lu m...
MWLrC00PER 0ne 1
I - wNaViurth St. Ill CftntlirUT - "'
I ' III
" I Economy
Washiig Clothes Lrs
hv aHlArffViril V ill IT ftfr. CsAnXtv Jar avairr
J J day In tba year.Jnst aa yon do
any other cook Kg utensil, put
I m?St up meats, hdh. honey Urt-
I HSkv ' " tek eM etc, aa wall
aaraas ' iruiis tbbww.,
ikav you w n ' w.
aaBBaaaaa i result. I
ESf-MX Whether yoli can for plaaa
JayfKTigU ure, for famlli needs or prott,
mWitsSmt there u on,'r V1 "Jlght lar
JstZL-pi the Economy. 1
fH kjl A book of Ireelpes for the
anwVSJ aaav (winiua.
I Von viiwr Krnc
I T tl 1 1 CbbV'sV aVV aw
I t-:iluUt' Agrots fo.lae & I
I Hnuliorii Tt'im and Coffees. I
with a lied
ford not to
I UK eliminate
t Me .weekly
igfig by e!
J sjlectrlc Ins
d you cannot af-
ave one of these
Ing and wring-
The cover is
either Inside oi
raised or towei
at our risk.
out, and can be
d at any time
lag with the
Special to The Herald
CORVALI.IS, July !. Altnotiali
onions will grow on a large variety
of soils, they thrive beat in a rich.
tm.low soil, with plenty ot moisture.
Just what fertilisers and soils treat
mont to use Is eiplalned by J. C.
l.wJy of Sherwood, one of this year's
seniors, at the Oregon Agricultural
College. In an article on "Soils and
Fertilisers for Oulona" In the Oregon
rmmtrrmnn. imbllshed ly me siu
Pur commercial onion crow lug In
Oreaon th beaver meadows are prac
tically the only one given consioera-
tlou." says Mr. l.ecdy. "These lanus
i....-.i iiin.Htf In Waahlnston.
are iw..v ..,., .H ...
Clackamas and Marlon counties. The-
nrttlnllr these lands have resulted
from beavers darning up streams and
.outlets to lakes, hence the name; but
nature has played a large pari in inc
soil formation. In many casen without
the aid of bearers."
After a detailed description of the
oll and an analysis of certain kinds
of onions. Mr. Leedy centinues:
Banryard ma'nure Is almost Indis
pensable In the production of onions
In anr except the beaverdam soils.
and Is more used than any other fer
tiliser even on these soils. Indeed.
there Is no fertiliser so well adapted
to the production of onions aa a lib
eral amount of clean, well-composed
barnyard manure. It Is Important
that at. stable manure used on onion
land be well rotted before applied to
the soil. In order that the weed seeds
may lose tneir genninaun puw.
and that the danger of disease attacn-
Ing the onion, may be lessened. A
heavy appllcatlo not fresh manure
may produce an overgrowth of tope
at tho expense of tbo bulbs, and Is
sure .o bring In a large amount of
weed seed, Increasing the cost of
weeding. It Is difficult to make the
soil too rich for onions, provided the
manures are well Incorporated with
the soil. The usual amounts, how
ever, are ten or twelve tons to the
acre, applied before plowing In the
fall, and then harrowed with the diss
before planting In tbe spring.
"Where enough manure Is not pro
duced on the farm, and where It can
not be secured profitably from a
nearby city, commercial fertilizers
must be resorted to. They can sup
plement stable manure profitably,
especially on tbe beaverdam soils, al
ready rich In organic matter. In
some Instances commercial fertilisers
are used exclusively with good re
sults. One great advantage over sta
ble manure Is the fact of reducing tbe
weed, to a minimum, thus lessening
the expensive production. A higher
Initial cost than stable manure tends
to offset the disadvantages lu weed
ing. Aa it is an Intensive crop, yield
ing large amounts of bulbs to tbe
ncru, growers are Justified In manur
Mr. Iedy then gives an exhaustive
analysis ot various comerclal fertilis
ers and their chemical action of tbe
isoll, with the resultant advantages
derived from their use, and completes
his article with the following sage ad
vice: "Two factors, then, for the Oregon
onion grower to consider are the
i proper kind of soil and rorrect and
abundant fertilization. Combined
with Judicious cultivation and careful
attendance to the details of manage
ment, large and profitable crops will
bo Insured." '
Verbally he lm reviled his
Ideas on the subject, but ho Is so
busy attending to. his own nour
ishing business thnt his frltuds
consider that It has not been given
There Is no question about Mr
Hector being n good cook. Her
husband ndmlta IL but there I. n
little matter or difference In tlmo
between them. You see. Mr, Hec
tor bought an 80-acre ranch below-
here a couple of years ugo,
and desiring to etuulste thu much
advertised habits of his fellow
farmers, he proceeded to rise with
(the sun. In the winter time It
I was all right, but Mrs, Hector.
with good rensou, declined to
arise at 1:1" n.nyln the sumnie."
time to preparibrsekfaat for her
husband. Hence the restaurant
Mr. Hector has becotun so thor
oughly Inoculated with this early
morning habit now, and has been
to successful us a resalt, that he
has become convinced there Is
some truth In the old adage about
the worm and the early bird.
He has recently-decided to move
his storo In new quarters, and Is
alo considering the advlsabllltv
of rising Just a trifle In adrano
A Clean Scalp And HealMair
Many of ii.ur IrlfiisU " !'"""l nJrtU!" Vr1' '."
from Hit us. of iW,WH IIIIWWrWK
I-I.I. l lt.e l-rowlure X ,,. to,B
irr:.T:x. J "-
'"-rr.sr.rrx'i-.. ., ...
trrlal actloa nourlea ami suinui"" .- -- -
,,,e!eW .he naluil bnauly - clot ''''
s'raVsinVh"l "" rm,r ,,rrM,BB U,,ln
it sells at ftoViif nd Hf " ,,,,,le'
of the sun. In order to s. whether or not .., -rm. at that r are au,
more ebonite thar.hosa at dawn.
1 in pniC B tl B
''ilLnU I ULL I un i run
FURNISHED 8V ASTORIA
By Joe Buih
So wonderous was the display
holsery on the band excursion yester-
Special to The Hefsld
SAN KIIANCISCO, July :. The
huge flulole preeuleil In Hie I'au.
ania.l'acinc International exposition
y Hie cltlirns of Astorls. reached
this city In one of the giant rafts of
ilm Hammond Lumber company, and
day that a man from Bonanza com- (q h ,, ,r
plained of being seasick. ,
i8t Harbor View. It was sent 'ir
On the return trip several new (Mayor ellnderson of Astoria, as Ihatj
wrinkles In confectionery and don't- city's contribution to the wonderful.
rareadamforthecrowd love scenes exposition thst Is to be new nere n
. . . L-l Jl.H. M.. . l . ... h.ll, I...'
were snscleUA "Too auourn-nwiri iviu, tun yuto ......... ...
pilot on the Wlnema was so put outiiend for the Astoria centennial rote
by the antic, of one couple on the bratlon, but It wa so long and heavy
upper deck that he boxed the compimllhsl It was Impossible to raise It.
severely several times. , The dimensions of Ilm flagpole as
0. , given oy an expert iimuer rin n
A mn from S.n Francisco and alas follews: Donglss tlr. a wrfeft
lal carpenter almost came to blows , piece of timber; bs.e 5rt Inch", lop
Ml Harrlman Idge over the track of." Inches, estlmsted weight ".
. ..v- ti,. i-.l m.n tnilited that pounds, cubic contents t,5.f.S cublr
m BHBa V s-w .ww . ,.., ,- . , ,, .
a track In the dusty road was made . reel, contains jj.&io.so son. .um.-r
..- . ..i.ii.l,. .h.u ih man feet, length over all 3 4( feel."
from the flolden (late city was posl- The special flsg which Is to be
tlve that It was a gopher thst had j flown from this flsgpole Is to be fur
been responsible. He Insisted that n.nlsbed by the cl.liens of Astoria, II
rattlesnake had one more claw onH planned to hold appropriate cere,
each foot than a gopher. Both had monies when the pole Is raised, and
been drinking out of the same bottle. Old Ulory is iinrurmi irom us imir
too. Following the depletion of their !
supply of stimulants and after a pro
tracted dry spell, they agreed, how
ever, that the late R. II. Harrlman
had been possessed ot tbe grestest
Judgment In the world when he se
lected the location for hu lodK? so'
convenient to so much anil aurli deli
rious cold spring water. I
Cut flowers. 44 Main. I'hnne IZ&.
Take this means of thanking the
ladles of Klsmalh Falls and vlclnlw
for I lie liberal patronage accorded
Hutchln After Isrrr
Mr. and Mrs. II. Vance Hutclilns
lut thl fnnrnln fnr n tun wifikK mil.
ing and hunting and fishing trip ,ol";"""nKl'e past ses.on. arid lake
tthllnnuln and the Port country. Mr. Ilre. In Informing lh.ni that we
Hiltchlns says ho will go Into the!1"""' """'" a ,"" ."" l,e P'""01""
nnd vet "' I1'"1"1 occupieu uy mr npinK. si
mountains the 1st of August nnd get
one deer, and then return to William-
1 322 Main street, nppoilte the court
... in.,.., nnA..A th. ..m.ir.i.rnfUioiiso. whore w will open on nt
tila vurntlnti (lililnr nunui neiiemner isi, wmi 11 inr.e ann
p. in, Rveidn
We hafu sum" r,f) urslrblo
itrrM 1'iopcrtj' f'ir ali Stcpben.
Hunn-t fMalty C,
lliiiroughly ronipflienslve line of
f) i-iiiuiar sirrii millinery
Which wilt Includo a selection ot tin-
iiorted natlern lists by the most n'tn-
... jular Parisian designers, and ratrii-
'latea to appeal to mo most rasuaioiis
'tastes. Wo feel sure thai our many
years of ezperlenro In the big fmlilon
H i S 11 I fl II "ll'lr 'rtllCI "Mil 11111 llirif tllf'll
Oregon Agncultnral Colleoe!--s;:,,,;er:rK
This great Institution opens Ita York with a slock of fall and wlnt.ir
doors for mo fsllsoincstfr on Heptem-j millinery nnd millinery ooits that
licr SOtli. Courseii of Instruction In- will meet with your approval nnl ns-
IKIV J. IMWAI.T. Prr.Me.il. K- '' "";" '"
iik-ui K. WITIIIIOW. tte.relary.
,.,,,. - - -
Klamath County AWtract Co
. m ft slWu.4 M a ..
SurveVW (! irmauun .niuwfs
M.VH, PI.AM4. Itl.llKPHlNTH
KliMatri falli, OretlM
i I lie... ,
Hie I xut.le
toy person li iircls gU'r l oil. nrr
-. Ilixtr- run Ita iS Alt.
Ilrrnii earl, ilajr that U allomtl lit ! I
!.- ll.l sasaa.rlt ItUsM. .mW
V hse n free erlcr of l'.ai.iliil"laaVM (list I lor a..)l-l;
u'. I... .iXsli nuiil mtimn MiHlnl for lolluii llw
. ....I nult. ,. aiohua Mtul IIi.ImihI.I t'C
j., ...... ,-.... ....
Take nihs.ilsge of osViiffer.
11. I. Wtliitei'e
llmiliinle ii.nl Male HrgWlerrtauVtMsN
fiari' i a;
This Bank Offers
roiuenlence and aeiuill) W
every Imsliiess jaau or wnrau
ellhrr Fnndgl'deolled he
si, fsr iariin '- ru
r.rlirlfni are jllil ss I in
stil, Inni.lii putHHr si It
)ourui tin' actual rsih It
mm. burglar proof mii
I sn srroiint and ttn )"'
rlt from the worry about
sfrly of your cash,
First Trust anaSfcavings Bank
Klamath Falls, Oregon
WE WILL 6IVE YOU A RAZOI
To n.lierlUe I lie IHUIIIAM UtJI'l.K.V a. ItAiUHl iMalTH glr uas
rar for only Hie .IIMrlbnllug rN-ne, 5.1 CTVTH.
I'lll .ml Hie ..iiimiii Ih-Iiih mm.I brtag In uhIUi HA rental
Name , X, ..,
hllr.1 .. .
S(ale ......... .,.,
V Only iir l.i rath maa
sure us a continuance of your cnnlorn
Wo nssuto you thai ho nffort or x
peiiHn on our pari ) m .purrd to
cliide: (lennral Agriculture, Agron
omy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus-
Miandry, llacterlology, llotany and
Mabeu Buy. lot . il'lant I'atliology, I'oultry Husbandry, .this end durlng'lfj nhsenrn In Ilm
IMe Saturday afternoon U. Maheii Horticulture, Entomology, Veterinary iKast selecting ourtock. Our dlnic,
bought the lot on Main street nil-Science, Civil Knglneerlng, Klectrlcal tho 'store now ooiuiilcU by m nt
Joining the property on the corner of iKiiKlneorlug, Mechanical Knglncerlng, Kourth and I'lne, wife bo closed,
IV M TIMMs
... .... ........ w,
ieieril ilwse Cleaihg
EUctrle Vmcu mCmrptt
sad Drapery Cfamlag
Klghth and Main street, bought In tho (.Mining Kuglneering, Domestic Hcl-
mornlng by W. V. Hopka. The prlcxlenc", Domeslle Art, Commerce, Kor
paid by Mr. Maheu was about $2Gn Wry, I'liarmuey, Zoology, Clieinlstry,
spot, and dirt
ruga by the
ice 817 KUauitli
per front foot.
Mr. Maheu has been In the city
about a year, and has bought snveral
piece, of property here. He will
probably Join with Mr. Ifopka In
erecting a building.
I'hyslrs, Mathematks, English !.an
guuge and Literature, 1'ublln Hpcak.
ing, Modern Languages, History, Art,
Architecture, Industrial 1'edagogy,
Physical Education, Military Kclencu
li lid Tactics, and Music,
Hunter Realty Co
iBiitioKuu mm iiniHiriueu uiaraiure
Interestea in KLAMATH i mailed Jrce on application. Address:
If so. sea the Stephen IlegUtrar, Oregon Agricultural Col-
Tbey have somsiloge, Corvallls, Oregou.
IHcliool Year opens Heptrsnlier UOIIi,
From now until Mfgust 7th, whlrli
will b the lust dato liir storo will bo
open, wo will offer out entire stuck of
ladles' T-liscV and Alldrcn's trim
med haU, Ttklsh tol , llngnrle,
linen and lace IiHl floiSrH, feathers,
trimmings, any prlcVjoVone.
We mean this: If waAi only get
1 1 for u $10 hat It will go!wo make
It a rulo nover to carry oyer uHy stock
from one season to another.
Kourlh and Pine fltrects,
Ik an lmK)rtimt factor in uny business,
and often contributes toward nuccess
lal uh sliow you our stock of bond pl,cr
and print for you u lino of office sta
tionery which will prove b business;
W. O. SMITH PRINTING CO.
FOURTH STHCET, BCTWCCN MAIN AND KLAMATHj