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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Flying Not Dangerous
as People Believe
'JviUor Herald Your editorial In a
secern iuo reg-mtlng the neocslt
tit action on I ho part of the city to
.-wcuro anil build adequate riatks for
?Ao people, prompts me to iMiKgest
('inllinntl front I'.ibo I)
iucli r.'.tineuxen iniisl b. done only
out country notith of it, while on
their t to Walt Iho Kojk KeMlval
the failure of nn oiiKlno meant Iho
death or the pilot mm i no pr.m.r
landing would Itnxe been posMblo.
hero kooiI InmlltiK coulil h itmilo
no micb tUnger elted.
I'or iht rc.on tutor tire rail
that Ik (o
... ,...i. i.it,i.. . u.iii ..it., iiu, nil. ins tor air iiikhw'
ot ilrnt of time ami Plenty of sp.uv " '1!" ,"",,,,,K ,mM n,,,',"",
in Mhl.li to rlKht hi umchlne betoiv tough country In other ulntc pto
, r,!,,,! for ., oa,y am, Cap ,0,. , 7 , '- rMh coniun. .... .....
.lion of the problem In ,r ,..e com ' tn vlth perfect security at ,0, themselu, ul.h .mi.hlo Ln.ll.ui
rotation, during the P t se e . I ' ,,, ,., ,, ,,,, lhBl Ml,
years, I h.m ailoratit tne meinou
3 now make public
To nr old timer, or to any ohser
wnt person, it is unnecessary to
itale that all the swamp and adja
cent low lands of this baMtl haw
fteen built up from the lava and oth
d sedimentary deposits of our riv
ers and lake, that were deposited
Jurinp the annual flood waters fol-
taking at 1000 foot, and -stunts" '" "i "" "" ,r '"'""
must bo commenced only at such '" nnl come their a This li one
heights as will enable the machine 'f the resects In which the airplane
to be righted attain at not less than
differs from the automobile The 1111
....... .1.1 1.. ...... .1- I... .1 r.imttf ntnl lis
1500 teet. The accidents, as een a i.i..i...- ....
Invman mav observe, usually occur '' fn l''-roases. bolter roads
niton an aviator files too near the r provided, but the airplane will
ground Then when something hap- onljr go whe.o Its uecessl haxe
pens there Is no room for safety and '"- "iromiy siippiioi. .-... .. ..... .
broken limbs or loss of life Is the re-
flc N'orthwest wants the mall sorv.
Imlng hard winters Those deposits ,., ",., , n ,,,. Ire. the express service or the pas
.rrld in solution and loft after re- MKr ,pnw ,,,, , nlr
!.. ... . r d t hi Hitu i.tiii'inv
all machines licensed by the federal ' """ -- "'" --.
ceding of the freshets have troqucnt-
frreachiHl a maximum depth on the , .,.,; ow ,,. the one great danger of filing .ml
Uoodeit tanus 01 eigut to ten incnes
.... . m.ri in such tiniiwr roeulatloiis
la one season, while the river l.o.l rtrs, ,w, r,.move.l
"III .Villi IU UV,V.ll ..M,... .....
, that, paradoxically. Is landing must
nd the lake beds retain many feet
t this rich soil building material
Ijke Ewauna, as well as I'pper
Asked for more details the col
in describing his trip up from Cab "'"I sltl '"'t nvpr" ''n' f
ensued, could plane to a distance of
about seven miles, and that about
3.000 feel of level surface U needed
to make a safe landing I'nob
still raited and handy material Is by
e nse of the suction dredge, a 'r long as his machine keeps
servoirs upon which mo may draw stress upon the dangers of the Jour-
nough rich soli to fill up all the across the mountains In .south.
w lying lands bordering the lakes Oregon C.lven a good machine.
i mu 1 1 ... ...1.1. . ..I. nrnnvrlr cnroil for. he sals, an ex-
ntt ri.t'i. 4111. iiiv.iiui. iu u.iiiAt.. .ins . .--. - - -- ...... ... ...... ... .. .,...1.. ..1 nd ......... i.
porlenced pilot runs no risk in the v,v " "' " "" i"'"
ami level as circumstances win per
. ... . ,......!.. v,.hl.- ..Ill ,-., .!,., 1111. "mi siiiu i"i sii.u.r mm k'.
jneen usea meinoa in many places . .-v.......r. ..... ....,,... . ...
3iore difficult to operate than It Plane " 's constructed now. but oil and a few tools.
would be here. All the necessary ,ne engine may fail at any moment. With landing fields at suitable
qutpment would be a scow with n When this happens he must make u distances Oregon may keep pace
moderate sized gasoline motor and landing and to land In safety when ,, ,,cr j,t(,r i.0.. hut their nl.
sfr r oicht inch nnmn with i.ffi- running at as much as 70 miles an ..... . .
mx ro eigm men pump wun sum- , some will result In none of these nil'
ot hose to pipe over the top of hollr- ,s n dangerous task unless i
Hr or banks of even short with a PPor landing place can be found. an,nKPS """ h "I"'1 ,r ""'
-w pontoons upon which the pipe ""ring the passage of his squadron I expected to bring to progressive
sourd be supported when operated mor ,lu? beavlly timbered mountain communities
wik distance from shore The muck , - ' . -
-rtttt enough water to render its ;
omplr.g feasible could be had In '
plenteous amounts near shore, and !
wxinld constantly replenish Itself I
fctira the lake bed !
Tte cost per cubic yard of the 1
-raterlal which would te self spre.-iU-
Sir. would be infinitesimal compar
if to that of an equal bulk of any
jther suitable material and could be
icimedlately utilized when the wat
r had run off or evaporated, either
s garden or lawn.
"We have tulle inds lying Idle ad
Sicent to this city to give all the ne
osssary dry parkage. supply all the
rfcmands of a city of 50.000 popula
tion with vegetables and small
traits If sufficient enterprise and
?abltc spirit was employed to utilize
We are looking more for easy
aioney In the shap5 of Interest profit
00 goods and lands, and are lacking
Si public spirit and the wide vision
iftt looks to the future and its
"Wake Up ! Utilize the- means that
satare hai so abundantly supplied
3Tn and the thing fa done Some of
r money will be kept at home.
Come to Chiloquin
This is our first celebration, and it is goincr to be
Horse Races- Bucking Contests, Foot Racing a
little of everything that goes to make a real lively cel
ebration. Fishing finest in history.
Pack that Picnic Basket and come to Chiloquin
fdr the-time of vour life.
CHILOQUIN BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION
on .Tune 21. 'the First Baptist
MJurch of Klamath Fall) will hold
Vaptlsm at Everett Griffith's ranch
on oLst River, for four candidates.
There will he prearhlng before the
swbjects are baptised.
For June Brides
Select lnj; a wedding pres
ent at Upp'B 1b a mott pleas
ing transaction One has al
most unlimited choice In
suitable glftthingB, and the
reputation of the store as
sures quality most gratify
ing to the purchaser and the
Variety, beauty and value
make Upp's display ot sil
verware, glassware, Jewelry
and novelties, (he most Interesting-In
We Invite, your examination.
Frank M. Upp
Oil Mala St.
Official S. P. Watch
The HAUAf&gKStor. t I
We Have a Better Grain
Binder for You
Ths next time you
are in town, come in
and look over the John
Deere Binder. It's a
machine that will give
you extra years of ser
vice at less cost for repairs,
and will do better work
under abnormal field and
weather conditions than
We want to akow you
many points about this ma
chine not found in other
binders that you will rec
ognize as extra value.
Stronger wheels, heavier
frame, reinforced platform,
self-aligned bearings, roller
bearings, three packers in
stead of two, hardened
wearing surfaces on knotter
parts, ground and polished
packer shaft bearing, and
quick turn tongue truck
are a few of the many points
about this binder that make
it serviceableight draft and
economical to operate.
You will appreciate what
binder satisfaction truly is
when you get a John Deero ,
into your harvest fields.
Come In and S this Better Binder
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO.
"The Home of Quality"
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-lv,"",iM " " v ni tmiutt. niHUM n .tnuit.wl mi 111 ftlntwi til it illur n lli. ilf i
You want a new nifty Suit, a good
classy hat, a good stylish pair of
Shoes, a Silk Shirt or two, and all the
Step in nnd look over our "Kuppcnhcimcr" Suits; they
nrc preferred by well-dressed men everywhere; for
distinctive style, refinement of tailoring, quality fabrics
and real downright value they are the best ever.
KNOX HATS NETTLETON SHOES
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
ml : :iBMHu
THE FIRESTONE GIANT SOLID" TIRE shown above is
one of many types in the Firestone line. It is built for heavy
duty trucks, four and five tons, or more. It protects the truck
better. It increases speed safely. , Because it holds the road.
Wc have a truck-tire press to
apply this tire and remove it.
Our machines and our men
aid you to get most value and
Whatever your truck or your
hauling, vvchavc the Firestone
Truck Tire to give you trac
tion, truck protection, long
and continuous use.
The fact is
Over half the truck Tonnage
of America is carried on
D. A. KENYON
Plum and Sixth Streets
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