The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, August 28, 1927, Page 14, Image 14

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    MfiE SIX
SUNDAY, AUGUST 2S. 1f27.
THE KLAMATH NEWS
'ARM
,NT FOJRUM
$10.00 Cash Prizes Each Week-$10.00
DEVE1
OPME
Ankeny Ranch Subdivisions
We offer 20 and 40-acre Farms, 1 o miles south
of Altamont Auto Camp. .
Rich soil, perpetual FREE water.
Prices range from $250 to $300 per acre; easy
terms.
..
Positively the best buy in Klamath County today.
Let us show you this wonderful opportunity for a
suburban farm home investment
B..A OLDS
Phone 909
126 South 7th St
Ford
son
U jam have any work which comes under any classification tint
ed brlow I 1m- FORDSOX will lo it oa a profitable basis:
Mowing hay'
Cultivating potatoes
Digging potatoes ,
Saving wood
Plowing
Discing
Hauling hay ont of field
Land leveling -I
C.rlndlng feed
Pumping water for irriga
tion Relt power of any nature
Threshing grain
Ditrhlng
Knailage cutters
Pulling stumps
fencing
BALSIGER MOTOR CO.
Al-TIIOniZCIt " SALES A SERYICR
I'hone 427 9th and Klamath
MURPHEVS SEED STORE
MM Main St. Phone 87
FIEI.Dr GARDEN. LAWX AXD FLOWER SEED
Poultry Feeds and Remedies Pec Snpplies Rabbit Supplies
Fertilisers and Plant food Dcg Feed and Remedies.
Klamath County
Needs more farmers like those we already, bare. Call or write
to us about land opportunities in onr wonderful country.
CHILCOTE & SMITH
y ' Ileal Kstnte, Loan. Rentals, Farm Lands
Phone 00 Klamath Falls, Ore. - - 727 Main St.
We Deliver to Homes
PASTEURIZED
Milk and Cream
WE Guard Your Health
with rich quality and most
perfect sanitary precautions.
CRATER LAKE DAIRY
Wholesale and Retail.
Highest Cash Pries paid to
Farmers for .Milk and Crenm.
PHONE
14 4 8
The Home of the
White Pelican
Potato
We Buy and Sell Potatoes
and Other Farm
Products
Klamath Broker
age & Ware
house Co.
A. J. KROENERT, Mgr.
PHONE 671
536 Spring St.
J. S. MILLS 8c SON
McCormiclc-Deering Farm Implements
McCormick-Deering "Primrose" Cream Separator
PHONE 9
A vital present need of Klamath County is Intelligent
settlement upon our vast areaa of untitled lands. The
Klamath Daily News believes that the best way to se
cure such added prosperity is by setting forth in printed
form what our present farming comjnunities have done
with the land, and are now doing.
Human interest accounts told in spirit of helpful
ness towards others who may become our neighbors, wilt
do more than anything else in solving our land settlement
problems, ... N
Hence, The Klamath Daily News, in co-operation
with the business and professional interests whose adver
tisements appear on this page, offer $10.00 in cash prizes
each week for the five best stories of farm life Sn Klam
ath County and environs.
One story may tell of a farmer starting a few years
ago in a small way and of results achieved. Another may
be about experience with milch cows, sheep, cattle, Hogs,
poultry, potatoes, alfalfa, bees, rabbits, etc. Exper
iences of farm women and children looking !ftcr pet
stock, always provide interesting reading.
: All readers of The Klamath Daily News ore invited
to compete, and are eligible for the cruth prizes. Prize
awards will be bused upon what Is told, together with
the neatness and legibility of manuscript. The stories
should not exceed five hundred words.
1st., $S.OO; 2nd., $2.00 j 3rd, $1.50) 4th, $1.00) 5th., SOc.
j Address all communications to Farm Development
Editor, care The Klamath Daily News. Prize awards
and winning submissions will bo published on this page
each Sunday. Get your stories in by preceding Thursday.
' Get busy folks, let us have more neighbors when
they hear the real facts they will come. After reading,,
nail this copy out of county or state.
Rabbit Story is Ikeep rake tooth ! Small Beginning klamath farmer
w: l-iw AT WORK ON FARM i f 'x. . o.. ! HAS "OAK" WOOD
ITsllIICa Ul 1 liiti ! IjCUUS IU OUUCS3
On almost every farm there'
Men from regions where oak la
Myers ; abundant sometimes ask what
f Editor Note The rabbit Indus- are around the tool aherf a i Ed. Note Ilatel M
try Is compartively new here. but'of 0d r,ke tMlh M(wt ot ,j,em' took the firm prlie of IS for her!' available In Klamath county
1. fast coming to the front. Fol- have , , , of! Article in to.toya Farm Forum. !?or h"".vy Mrs Bail other
lowing 1, a. article h . J. R. St.T- . ,,, foil , lhe ,ooth e.r rh. ,to"y show, the progress hv' . Um.
enson of the heno route, descrlb- the ,nd lnat lacn( lo ,hi,ny hav. md, in the Honana .Hr lu1b' ,mak "?d 'oub'"
log his rabbltry which he started ,m. , ,h. ,k Th. , I"", but Is atrrngthened by
one year ago. He received th maK. excellent links to use be-;
. placing wilts through the ends
j to prevent splitting. Mountain .
'mahogany, which may be found,
' In the timber In this locality, la
'a touch wood that la as service-
second prise of JI.09 in loasy s ,we,n cmivism OB , double-tree. '. Ry HAZEL M. MYKIIS. Douautu.
Farm Fornm.) 'or for anjr purp0se where a a little over two years ago we
By J. R. STEVENSON .strong ring is desired. ' ; bought a hundred and alsty acre
Klamath Falls Just break off tho tcoth on, ranch. K? acres under the ditch.
I am a roofer by trad?. 1 be-, each side of the rings and a near llnnsnia. burrowing thu
came tired of paring high rentT"T convenient and useful ac- money to buy it. Wo had a team
around town, and Besides I long- "'J ..... in ...iu in '" "J. hl -.indie trees, neck vokes
,d for a small Independent busl-h. remainder of the ' d for any usHSerc T. clean.
neas or my own. ' f our years ago r i - - - -
last December I bought two and length and one end bent over. , Ithode Maud lied hens and one
able for use in Implements as
oak. It Is desirable for tongues
lor wagjna and implements, dou-
hardwood Is dclrcd.
three-tenths acres one-half mile;o make good and useful pins . roooter on shares, and tire next j u , ,
south of Klamath Falls on the : for various purposes. year look five turkey hens and a j WOtTtaft KOntUttO
Crossing Road;
, Hit and Killed
!.-- i i fnii i h.nr,l it . . . . gobbler on sharna. Now we have
said that there was good money II pr4,'c Plan Fnr na n'"' chickens and over
in rabbits and 1 bought three ,lclc8 lal1 ul on hundrnd turkeys, two teams
.. . . 1 rf 1 WW rt9 ! nt hnri,d n .1 - m 1 1 r ( tnA,
dozen .-ew eaianci iirai ana I llfl HAfflas rlAOC ' - - -
started in business In November.
Tcxlay I cannot supply the local j
cowss two heifers and a young TllE DALLES. Ore., Aug. 17.
I HolHti'ln bull. We also bought . m Mrs. K r. Gallatin. LI of
demand for fryers, and San Fran-1 1,ow maBJr '"rmers have diffl- J two sows the first year and have j Hartley. Xeb.. was killed late
clsco dealers would take six.""1' ,n "nuing ine snoes inr soiu two to tnree nnnnreu ooi- i yeelorday near Moalar, Ore.,
hundred pounds per week If I 'particular horse when ready to nrs worth of hogs each spring jwhen she was hit by an auto as
could supply them. iha-ve his shoes reset by the far-, and fall since then. j she was crossing the highway
At present I have 300 rabbits I rler?. There la any easy snlu- The first summer we made i to a drinking fountain. Witnesses
In myi hutches, worth 5no.00tlon to this problem, nsed fontton' from onr garden and we'reported to officers that she ap
and have sold about $500.00 ! yean on a Klamath county ; have a fine garden this year. parent ly became confuted and
worth of breeding stock: Taoianch. i With our own garden, meat, eggs, j stepped Into, the path of a car
average weekly sales of fryers! -Nal1 kegs were used for tho and milk our grocery bill amounts driven by Andrew Xlrsrhel. of
runs around I1.00 to 117.0 PerJfhor. on keg bearing the name to about seven dollars a month, j Wasco. Ore.
week, and I expect to double this '' eatn horse on the place. When 1 We ralne our own rain, selling ; ....
in three months. Ishoes were pulled off. or thrown : most of it the first year, butt KKKOSKNK H.(i.
I have on hand 200 pelts' by the horse In the pasture or,,lnre we have more stock we J
worth sixty cents per pound which I'0'- ,hr wr placed in the find It moro profitable to feed It. f you rub off your frenhly
will average about six pelts to ike bearing h la name. j We have oats, wheat and barley. I washed auto with a rug sprinkled,
the pound. ' There was never any lost time and In one field the oats were as i with kerosene, you will find It
la April I inserted an adver- 'finding the right shoe when it : high as my head this year. ! dries and shines much more eaul
u..m i th. Klamath v.w . ! was needed. It It a simple and We are gradually getting the tr.
'costing forty cents and from this ! economical method, especially In , place seeded to pasture and al
'one advertisement I sold IJ50.00 I these days when horse shoeing . falfa. and In a few years expect I
worth of breeding stock and got 1 ' one of the fine arts and Is ' to have a very profitable dairy I
In touch with persons Interested icnargeo tor at prices mat atag- tarm
In the business which has heloed;ltr the man who is accustomed I
me verv much. to think In terms of pi ices be-1 lgal language needs working small leaves only with sugar and
I have a rabbit warren 81 feet j fore the World war. A box or a on yet. Some laymen can under- ;rub with a spoon hastily before
.long and !0 feet wide, besides I keg for each horse, set on a, stand It. ; adding vinegar. '
minting pan oi a Darn. riKniy ..
seven hutches In all. "nd proper care,
Klamath county Is an ideal (saves time and money,
place for the rabbit Industry: !
climatic conditions are perfect, LdkeviiVO PlOTXCCT
owing largely to altitude and , . . . ,
favorable temperatures the year I COmTlIIX OUtCtde
around. Barley and alfalfa, thir !
principal rabbit feeds, both growl LAKEVIEW, Ann. 27. It. L.
locally of the most excellent qua)-I Harrow, a plcneer of Lake and
. ity, which Is another reason why! Modoc counties, committed sul
a very superior grade ot rabbit I cide by shooting himself In the
la produced In the Klamath basin, head. He was found In his gar-
The extent of the Industry here jffge by his wife, who heard him
MINT HAt'CK.
Emergency m!nt sauce will get
the proper flavor If you mix
la not generally known, but It
is fast gaining recognition and
before long Klamath county will
have a reputation fnr extensive
rabbit production of a superior
moaning.
Four physicians extracted a
bullet from his head, but he
did not become conscious. He
was owner of the hotel Lake-
A Rmnll Dairy Itirh In
. Quality.
Strictly flaw Milk from our
Own Cows.
Perfection Dairy
Prompt Homo OeHvrry.
1'honft 12041.
SIXTH STREET
GROCERY
Walter Nelson, Prop.
Quality (irocerlea at
night Prices.
Thicken and Stock Feed,
Malt 'and Hops.
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
. Hides . and Pelts..
I'hone itXi S.1S So. 'nth St.
quality all its own. I am always j view until recently,
pleased at seeing visitors at my f He leaves his widow, two
place and glad to offer sugges-; brothers and a sister. Worry
tlons to beginners for there Is over his wife's Illness Is blamed.
I plenty of rooni for others who
wlxh to engage in the business. I jfgr Strikes
MRi PARMER Make our place your headquarters
when in Klamath Falls.
Yours truly," THE MECCA
Phone 1S3 HAMM & PETERSON 531 Main St.
We Invite You to the Keep Coing by Stopping
Klamath Billiard for
& Card Room Ca. 0il Crealing
(Over Golden Itule Store.)
You'll find things you need tfsT A DPI!
Milliards, Pool. Cards. Harbor lmIl AIsAJl -Shop,
. iteslatirnnt and Sleep
ing ltooms? SERVICE STATION
Finest and Cleanest Place , , ,
in the state. Teed & Nitichelm
628 Main Stj Phone 1127 6th and Walnut St.
Klamath Ice and Storage Co.
WHITE l'KI.ICAX MINKK.W, HI'RINTi IMITTLIXQ WOHK8
PCP.K ARTIFICIAL ICE AND COLD 8TORAOR
IMH Spring i. , J'lione ft
Freight Rates are
Reduced by I. C. C.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 27. (A.
P.) Reductions in freight rates
on canned goods andVigar mov
ing from Pacific coast ports to
Missoula. Mont., were ordered
today by the Interstate Com
merce Commission effective No
vember 2R.
l'nrter present rates the com-
mission held, business houses In
' Missoula are subjected to an un
fair discrimination sine compet
ing houses In Spokane, Wn:ih.,
1 have a better rate.
C'HOI'I'KD MEATS.
Chicken and cholco meots
should never be chopped for
salads, but diced carefully.
Much Is Inst by chopping. , .
Even saxophones could he
worse, maybe. They never mako
any noise unless someone Is both
ering them. . ..
Lake County Man
LAKEVIEW. Ore., Aug. 27.
Dave Owens has suffered his
second bite from a rattlesnoke
white attempting to kill one of
the reptiles along the highway
north of Lakevlcw. He had
struck the snake with a large
rock and thinking It out of
commission stepped too close and
his snakeshlp fastened his fnnci
In Owen's leg Just above the
ankle. Owena hurried to town
where the wound was- d reused
and will suffer no III offer! i
though he was very sick for a
few days from the effects of the
poison.
1
HPAItKLIVG WINDOWS.
The chcmlcnlly treated cloths.
Insert for shining silver, work
; magic when used to shine win-1
,dows and mirrors.. They make
them sparklo.
For sale old papers.
Klamath News.
Call at
THE BONANZA COUNTRY
A Good place to live, fine climiale, pure water, good
schools.
A Butter chance to get a home than anywhere else.
The Best opportunity for farming, under irrigation,
abundant water supply, cheap, good land, good roads
to market. .
You should see
THE BONANZA COUNTRY .
This ad Is furnished by: 1. 8. HORN, A. J. HICKMAN, J. T.
rtRADLEY, V. W. BROADSWORD and J. L. BPARETORN,
business men of the Town of Bonanza.
For further information, address'
WM. if. II, Ill.tSK, Secretary Horsefly Irrtgnllnn District,
t
' Honnnza, Oregon ' ,
Phone
777
KLAMATH FALLS CREAMERY 1310
i t Munufnrlurs Your Crenm Into Crntor"Lake Dairy Products. " . ' ( Main St.
, "When You Need a Favor Call on l's."
AH For You .
In all that we do here, your interest,
arc. kept first in mind.
Becnuic, we know lhat what profits
you is sure to benefit us.
First National Bank ,
Rhode Island Red Baby Chicks
For delivery beginning about Soplemher 1&.
The Cockerels mnke fine fryers and bring high prices "Inr
winter and eurly spring scarcity. Pullets begin laying in sr
and lay llirnuitn summer practically non-stop and broody fi
Then fall moult and winter.
LOG CABIN POULTRY FARM
Drtvo out 9 m II mi of K-no nn A-hlunii ItlRtiwiir.
ktnu, i Hv,
J. N. Bramhall & Sons
, Brokers .
I Hay, Crain and Potatoes, Bought and Sold
Burlap Sacks, Twine, Etc.
Office and Warehouse t 305 Spring St. Phone S
P. O. Box 403 Agent for Tacoma Br
R. E. STINSON
Photographer v
We specialise In Photograph
ing and F.nliirgcmente of
I'rlre Farm Stork. Farm
Products and Svenia.
Kodak Finishing and
Framing
Phone I LIS :M Mnla St.
J. W. Kerns
Karii Implements Crc
Separators, Milking Maehh
Fencing. Hay, Grain. F
and Seeds. Cnmbtun I!
vesters ond Threshers.
"Clelrac" Trarlors.
140S S. 6th St.
PHONE 557-J
fXXJMJ3EKir
. ,,i.....l.i,.i,,,',rrfer:
"A fiood Pimp for Knrinri to Trada
Sixth Street Lumber Co., Inc.
lnnU At Mm-tll ami Klniiinlli FnlU
f'ltnno ff
Lewis Farms of Klamath
Breeder of Trap-Netted White Leghorns.
Now booking orders for delivery of Spring Chit
' Visitors Invited
Washburn Way and Garden St., via East Ma
Phone 983-W
We Know" Land Values
In every valley of Southern Oregon
Wo have hnd eighteen years of practical farming ex
perience In Klumath County,
Have sold many farms and slock ranches lo thorough
ly satisfied farmers, who are our references.
We are hero lo serve you. Wrlto or call
REYNOLDS & REED
Ileal F.slntr) nucl Flro Insurance , '
io:m Main St. r- nin8 in
SWAN LAKE
MOULDING CO.
Potato Cellar Lumber
Cedar Irrigation Lumber
PHONE 759
County Valr Scplemlier 3-11
Cash Is King I
S'o Hooks No Loss
Tho .Saving Is Yours
Overslies:
iOvl.lO Tiro nnd Tube. $10.1
Wrt.it, Tire, nnd Tube lll.l
CASH & CARRY TIR
HOUSE, Inc.
616 Klamath Ave.
Phone 1277 '
Slntn 1ST
Ronded
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WK HI V AND HUM, H.tV, fiRAlX AXI, POTATOI'H
"jf Storeable, We Store It"