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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WKDNaWBAT, AUGUST4 17, 1MI.
The Evening Herald
f J." MunitAY-
Published Jallr oxcart Sunday, by
Oil Herald Publishing Company of
auamam aiis, at nv Kigutn stroot
nterod at tho postotftco at Kin
kmath Falli, Oro.. for transmission
through tho malls aa socond-class
MKMIIUW of TIIH A3S0CIATKD
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Usher heroin, '
WKI,ICSrAY, AUOUST 17, 1021,
New Wfteafr, Heavy
And Early producer
(Continued tiom rago 1)
acreage and jlcld. Following is tho
report of tho weighing eommlttce:
Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Quality Whoat Committee.
We, tho Quality Wheat Handing
Commlttoo, bee leavo to report that
wo cut tho Quality wheat in tho Ex
perimental Garden in tho West sldo
,1'urk according to' plan, on August
10th and on tho 11th threshed it.
Today it has been weighed on test
ed scales, at tho Baldwin Hardware
store, and tho amount was shown to
bo 38 G-8 pounds.
As tho tract upon which tho wheat
grew -was only tho 122nd part of an
aero, the poductlon was at tho rate
of 78 S-15 bushel per acre. It Is our
opinion that as tho wheat was over
ripe for a wcok or so beforo cutting
the wasto through shattering nnd
the toll taken by birds nhd rodents
hafl nmouautcd to nt least five per
JOHN C. CLAGHORN.
U M.' HAN.NE.V,
O. C. APPLEGATE.
HcAsers. Collier, Durko and Gordon',
Quality Wheat Committee
Following Is tho report of the
committee on estimates of yield.
, August 16, 1921.
We, yor committee report the
following estimates on tho amount of
wheat grown in your experimental
tract. This wheat was sown April
10th and matured In 12Q days, Micro
being less than a half pound sowed.
Goesser Lbs., Oi
Geo. E. Stevenson 11
Margaret G. Chamberlain 12 3-4
Myler Calk!ns ... H
Don J. umwalt..... 14
A. H. Collier. ..... '. 1G
Geo. 0. Chamberlain....... 15 1-4
E. .S, Veatch - j. - 17
Mildred Thraaher..X ,17 1-2
K. Qullltch i- 18
Foyd R.DoLap . .... 19
C. R. DeLap .,.. 20
J. C. Clcghorn . 20
Vera, Houston . 21
Allen Sloan 22 16-122
F. Wcstcrfold , :..... 23
lira. Claudo B. Solomon.. 2C
J. V. Satterlee 26 1-2
W. A. Dclzolt 28 '
C. E. Solomon .... .. 28
J. A. Gordon.... 28
Robt. I. Johnson ..... 28 1-2
Cuas. C. Whltmoro 29 1-4
S. W. Neat 31 1-2
O. C. Applegate. 38
IJort E. Wlthrotr. HO
The actual weight was 38 C-8 lbs.
C. A. Applegate won first with
S. W. Neat, second with 31 lbs.
Robt. L. Johnson, third with 28
O. V. I1URKE.
A. M. COLLIER,
J. A. GORDON,
It was originally planned to
award portions ot tho wheat to tho
estimators Mvo pounds for tho
nearest cstlmato; .four for tho sec
ond, thrco for the third, two for
tho fourth aud ono for tho fifth.
However tho award Is complicated
by tho number of contestants who
tlod In third placo on 28 pounds.
To solvo this difficulty Captain Ap
plcgato makes a suggestion in his
report to tho commlttoo as tot
'Ml will bo seen that tho award
ing eommlttco mado no award to
tho fifth estimator who would havo
hail ono pound, bocauso tliero woro
throo Instead ot ono who guessed
2S pounds. Slnco my only pur-
poso Is to oco this promising grain
introduced and thoroughly tried In
this section, I will tako tho res
ponsibility of awarding one pound
each to tho thrco who estimated
tho .production of tho small tract
nt 2S pounds, nnd will also dlvido
my premium ot tiro pounds -with
tho tiro whoso estimates aro noxt
below 28 pounds.
"Hero I wish to say that tho tract
that was planted to Uurbank Qual
ity wheat was CI feet .long nnd sev
en" feet wldo, consisting of eight
rows of grain ono foot apart; on
good soil and a few feet nboro tho
water lovel of Lake Ewauna. It
was without irrigation.
"It was my opinion that had I
placed tho drills' closer together nnd
irrigated. Judiciously not too much
and harvested tho grain a wcok
sooner, tho production would likely
tiuvo been elbso to tho rate ot 100
bushels an 'ncrc.
"I may hero call attention to tho
fact, that In our little experimental
gnrden In the West Sldo park,
which Is not extenslvo and was pre
pared for planting qulto early In
tho spring, tliero aro some other
products wo would llko tho public
to sec. For Instanco tho Uurbank
sugar beets, corn, Hubbard squashes
Uurbank forngo wnlto seeded sun
flower and his combined Soudan
BACK FIGHT ON
and sorghum grass, which Is now
eight feet high and still growing.
. "Tho success ot this llttlo ex
porlmcnt, I think will omphaslzo
tho Importanco of nn exporimontnl
garden or farm on n largor scalo
with a moro oxtenslvo variety of
O. C. APPLEGATE.
Tho board of directors ot tho cham
ber ot commerce held their weekly
meeting yesterday nt tho chamber ot
fommoreo and among tho communl
cations read by Socrotary Rtnnloy,
tho ono from tho Portland chenmbor,
announced that Its secretary, W. D,
II. Dodson was in Yiuihlngton, 1). O.,
In tho intvosts ot the passing ot tho
McNnry mid Slunott bill tor forest
protection iignlnst tho ravages of the
Pine beotlo. Instructions from tho
Portland chamber to Dodson woro to
use every factor In securing tho pas''
sago ,of thoso bills in both houses
Senator Shortrldgo ot Cullfonla has
already announced that ho would
Riipport tho measure, as hns all
tho California elocution at Wash
ington. Montana an Nevada repre
sentatlves nlsn plodged their aid In
Frank Wlggln. secctory of tho Los
Angeles chamber of commerco, also
wroto that the chamber tliero had
passed n resolution asking aid ot
congress In this fight to save west'
A letter from A. E. Ilurghduff,
sate game warden, was read In which
he voiced his appreciation for tho
reception hero 'of tho state commis
sion durl!?uillft Crooked Creek hatch
ery ItispecjRml stated that n con
structive pHVvm would be outlined
so that namath county would
securo the kind ot a hatchery with
proper paruphurnalla to propagate
A committee consisting ot A. J.
Voye, chairman, M. S. West ami Kred
I Houston, woro appointed lo ascertain
whut costs and expenses would Ho
Incurred in tho matter of street
lighting, with the Fourth ot July
colored string ot lights, nnd tp hold
ba'nd concerts hero.
I WEATHER RECORD I
At Sheriff's Office
Hereafter The Herald will nnbllnh
tho mean and maximum tempera
ures and precipitation record ns tak.
en oy tno v. a. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will cover the
day previous to tho paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock ot the day.
Aug. 1 88
6 Aug. 2 86
Aug. 3 ...... 89
Aug. 4 89
Aug. 5 . 90
Aug 6 94
Aug. 7 96
Aug. 8 87
3 Aug. 9 ..' . 88
3 Augi 10 .. . 91
Aug. 11 90
Aug. 12 87
Aug. 12 87
Aug. 14 75
Aug. 15 79
Aug. 16 . 87
Temporary 1921 llcenso plates
good for ten days during tho porold
ot application to tho-secretary ot the
state for registration and tho receipt
of permanent license plates from that
official, are now available to all
motor vchlclo owners of Klamath
county, states Sheriff Lloyd Low. To
secure ono, call nt tho sheriff's office
In tho court house, deposit n dollar
and fill out tho requisition blank
For ten days, tho tempoary license
plates will keep the autolsts clear
of tho law, and should tho socrotary
fall to send tho permanent plates
wlnthln ten days, he wilt renew tho
This dollar li refunded after tho
permanent plates arrive upon sur
render ot the temporary licenses. If
lost, tho dollar Is sent to tho auto
mobile department at Salem. Plates
are ready for distribution.
A classified ha wilt sell It.
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(Hum to tho film profession, and no
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, SACRED HEART ACADEMY
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
The Sisters of Charity
Without Cost or Expense to the City or County
The Courses of Instruction are according to the
Oregon School Law, and are entirely without Religious
prejudice, and the advantages of training and educa
tion are accorded to pupils, without regard to Creed
Taltlon, Day Scholars ......Jf 8.00 per moata
Board and Tuition .............. fSO.OO per month
This Includes board, laundry and ordinary medicine. For two children, 988.09
per month. For doctors' calls the local fee Is charged.
Music IxMsofM . . jj7.no per rooDta
Hoys from 0 to 14 years, Boarding Department
SCHOOL REOPENS SEPTEMBER 6, 1921
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