The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, October 09, 1927, Page 10, Image 10

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SUNDAY. OCTOBER ft, 12T.
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$10.00 Cash Prizes Each Week-$10.00
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Ankeny Ranch Subdivisions
We offer 20 and 40-aere Farms, IK, miles south
of Altamont Auto Camp.
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Rich soil, perpetual FREE water.
Prices range from $230 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
Phone 909
Fordson
If ynn bam any work which comes under any classification list
ed below the K Hill SON will do il on a profitable line is:
Mowing hay
Cultivating potatoes
Digging; potatoes ,
Sawing wood
Plowing
Discing
Hauling Bar out of fifld
Land leveling r
BALSIGER MOTOR CO.
ACTHORIZF.R 8.U.KS SKRVICK
Phone 427 . , , Sth and Klamath
MURPHEY'S SEED STORE
900 Main St. Phono 87
FIELD, GARDEN'. LAWN AXD FLOWER SEED
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Poultry Feeds and Remedies Bee Supplies Rabbit Supplies
Fertilisers and Plant food Dog Feed and Remedies.
.. Klamath
p Needs mora farmers like those
lo as snout janv opportunities la uur "vnuenui cuunuj.
' !CHILC0TE & SMITH
" Rral' uo, Lonan. Mentals, Farm Lands'
PlKMe . Klamath Vails, 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 Prices paid to
Farmers for Milk and Cream.
5 PHONE
14 4 8
J. S. MILLS 8C SON
McCormick-Deering Farm Implements
McCormick-Deering "Primrose" Cream Separators
PHONE 9
We Invite You to the
Klamath Billiard
& Card Room
(Over Golden Rule Store.)
You'll find thing you need
Billiards. Pool. Cards. Harbor
Shop, Restaurant and Sleep
ing Rooms.
Fineat and Cleanest Place
In the State.
628 Main St. Phone 1127
Klamath Ice and Storage Co.
WHITE FKLICAN MIVKH.M. HPItlNfiS IIOTT1.INO WORKS
PURE ARTIFICIAL ICE AND COLD STORACE
eat Spring; St. . . ltione IM
OLDS
126 South 7th St.
Grinding feed
l'uuimnK water for Irriga
tion Brit power of any nature
Threshing grain
Ditching
Knsilage cutters
Pulling stumps
- Fencing
County
we already have. Call or write
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.
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PHONE 671
636 Spring St.
Keep Going by Stopping
for
Gas Oil Greasing
MONARCH
SERVICE' STATION
Teed & Nitschelm
6th and Walnut St.
' A vital present need of Kiamnth County is intelligent
settlement upon our vast areas of umillcd lands. The
Klamath Daily Xews believes that the best way to se
cure such added prosperity is by setting forth in printed
form what our present farming communities have done
with the land, and are now doing.
Human interest accounts told in a spirit of helpful
ness towards others who may become our neighbor,-will
do more than anything else in solving our land settlement
problems.
Hence, The Klamath Daily News, in co-operation
with the business and professional interests whose adver
tisements appear on this page, offer S 10.00 in cash prizes
each week for the five best stories of farm life in 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
Success Brought
By Jersey Herd
iKd. Note-'Ttieon'oi'ine storv
written by Joe Fuller wins the
first prire in the Farm Forum
rase for last week.)
About seven years ago a mm
and his wife and four daughters
moved on a little ranch on the
edge of the Klamath llusin. The,
first tew years it was very hard i
fur them and It seemed as thour.lt :
everything; "flopped." t
One year they bought 1000,
. baby chicks whi h arrived one :
cold April nisht. Hetore they ;
could ret them from the train to i
the brooder house they were j
chilled, consequently most of i
them died. j
I The nest year his wife planted j
la la rite garden and set out aj
large number of fruit trees. Al
through the summer she carried i
water from the well to the gar-1
den and tree. The garden
flourished and the future once
more looked bright.
Hut just about time for the
corn to be harvested there was a
; heavy frost which killed the
garden.
Still they were not discouraged
jThey believed they could succeed.
The neit year they built a lire
bam and purchased some of tltc
best Jersey calves they cutld
buy. The calves proved to be
the beM grade of stock and a
last they had found their part
of "The Empire Awakening."
All through the summer water
was carried to the cows and
calves aud when winter cam
they discovered that there was
not enough hay to last the stock
through tiie winter, and not
enough money to buy more hay.
Consequently they had to sell tl.i
cows.
But not discouraged the nert
year they bought more tows,
piped the city water to their
ranch, put in electric lights, ard
filled their barn full of hay.
During the winter the cows did
well, milk was selling for a s.x.
price, and they- were malting
money.
Now that they have a sure n
Ing they are steadily Impror'n
their place and In time It will
be one of the best and pretties?
dairy ranches In Southern Ore
gon. FEDERAL FARM
, FACTS
Corn rrowrr. are warned to
oMain lh-ir seprl com for 192
planting immediately bK-au?e of
the hai'kwardneM of corn thH
year. - The Ipartim-nt of Airri
rulture mmm (hit rondition and
the poor mfltitritten of 1925 and
11111 as i(rn of n need corn
shortage in 1928.
To prevent noft pork from
fredinz of -oy-hean, K. Z. Unw.t
of the I. partnint of AKrimltui 2
reconim. ndf prod iirt Ion of two
rliMirv t train of thitt crop -one
for cto k fcwlinn and the oth-r
for bean milling.
KxpertK have liet-n sent to
Spain again io InveHtigate the
I fruit fly nit nation there pe
Ifilly with P'spet t to the t-xilinit
embargo of 1 1 1 1 country on Span
ish Krtiu;. Spanl-h off l lain and
: pcia1ii"i ar cooperating.
Hy Septenilwr th corn
Iilt ill kno how MUfCMsful
the Kovernment'a Slir.OOM.Oini
corn lorf r i oStrol enmpafgn ha
!) ri. A fii-ld Hiirvoy of r'uH
in tiPinK m.trle in the InfeMtv
areim.
i,Ht year's corn, borer survey
Klin wed an alnrniing Inrn'ane of
Phone KLAMATH FALLS CREAMERY 1310.
I'J'J Manufacture Your Cream Into Crater Lake Dairy Products.-- - " - JVfxin St,
I "When Yoa Need a Favor Call on U,? ' . .
Electricity Put
r
1 1
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hix?i&w;s-i ) fsV
By electrifying a double plow. H. L Roe of Newcastle, Pa .
hopes lo help tanner Increase production and nt the same time
shown here. i so am,,:-. d as to
sects lu the soil and at tho same
fertilizer uitrcigcn
AIoimoH IrloQlittt
lllilllllcU lUcdllSl
Crawls To Plant
Thousands Trees
By Wm. C. Ltheredge
NKA Service Writer
t 'LUVKKiMi-K, i am., uci. a. i
Ftjcbt.npc losinjc battle acainnt
attvenn- cundnions. Robert I'Ker. ,
4i. cripplr-d rancher, daily Urari;
htmsplf up and down te-p hills)
on his 170-acre ranch to cai;
for severil thousand -embryo ret!-!
wood trees he has st out in the (
pant two yean.
The crippled man. tinabte to
more without crutches boftue
of paralyst which struck hii.1 t
dowu nine years ago, pUi.tet! :
more than 16.00ft of th tiny
trees only to learn tha hin 'f
lsilwr mut be done over, : the ,
first trees were not utrongi
v-notigh to survive.
lKfr. natural lover of tie
itnd firm believer in refor sta
tion. b?jc: 1 his tree plantlnv in,
J'2h wi'b st'dlinc4. I 1
1925 he planted C000 mire on1
the hillsides, frawfin? nn hand "
and knetw, under terrific hard
ship and wth a boll inn sun bet-'
inx down on him, he was aid
to place 200 to 4"0 trees da'ly,
1'ndaunted when these porMheri
th crippld Idealist started ell j
ovr again this year and has pm ,
In s.pifi0 nw and stronger ttvv
developed in a nursery that -he
timtelf btillt.
In addition he has piped witer
more than 500 ff-et to a h-d con-!
taming .TO 00 trees In a . 'i!tl
vaed fifld opposite his home.
To lay the pipe, gcr -railed
with pific and nhovel. ditlu? a
trfinh more than a fnol
Then he dragged topnoll for the;
tre beds In sacks ti d aicut
his waiMt with ropp.
Min efforts have won recog
nition. The state board of fores-
t his pci. with the heaviest In-U-s-t
regions on the shore of
the fireat flakes. Infestation went
s high an 2H borers to 100
Mrilki In one .Mh hlgan county.
Kool and mouth riinejise Is re
ported still to bo canning serious
1nes of rattle in sKurnpe, de-f-pite
Ki--rlotis efforts to control
it. This country fortunately Is
prn!l nlly fre of this aronre. .
I Kor men Its use News Clnss Ads (.
be about experience, with milch cows, sheep! cattle, hegs.
poultry, potatoes, alfalfa, bees, rabbits, etc, Kxpor
iences of farm women and children looking after pet
tock. always provide interesting reading.
All readers of The Klamath Daily News are invited
to compete, and are eligible for the cash prizes. Prl.se
awards will be based upon what is told, together with
the neatness and legibility of manuscript. The stories
ihould not exceed five hundred words.
1st., $5.00; 2nd., $2.00; 3rd, $1.50; 4th, $1.00; 5th., 50c.
Address all communications to Farm' Development
Editor, care The Klamath Daily Now. Frl.o awards
and winning submissions will be published on this page
each Sunday. (let your stories in by preceding Thursday.
Get busy folks, let ns have more neighbors w-3n
they hear the real facts they will come. After reading,
mail this copy out of county or stute.
Into the Soil
(attest
hn- a death .hock ihr. ugh ,.
time give tile ground the basic
l'ry h" "nl '" "' nlmip.rfrm any one of the following
! with advice, and Professor Wood-1 ,,),,,.
bridge Metia.f of the lnlverslty
t(f California han, donated a cut -
ilecuon of choice tn-e... Including,
t .Monterey pine. In ine cedar, '
yellow pine, ja. k pine and J.ipa-t
nese red aud black pines. '
And when access crowns his 1
effort.., l.egf-r plant to donate
thousands of his young and tur-
dy tree for replautinjr along
miles of th lied wood highway.
ennnectlng Kn Fram isco with
Oregon
by
plcturenque route :
along the coast l'ne.
A Small Dairy UUh In
Quality.
Strictly Raw Milk from our
Own Cows.
Perfection Dairy
Prompt Home Delivery.
Phono ltftfl. ' 1 !
MR. FARMER Make our place your headquarter
when in Klamath Fall.
Yours truly, THE MECCA
Phone 153 HAMM & PETERSON 531 Main St.
THE BONANZA COUNTRY
A Good place to live, fine climiatc, pure wntor, good
schools.
A Belter chance to tret a homo 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 nd Is furnished by: J. S. HOIIM, A. 1. HICKMAN. J. T.
I1KADI.KV, F. W. imOAnaWORD and' J. I.. HPARKTOIt.V,
business men of the Town of Bonanza.
For further Information, address v
WM. II, CHAHK, Hecretnry Horsefly In-iKiitlon IMslrlcf,
Bonanza, Oregon '
350,000 Ranches
Use Electricity
LAPAVETTP
Nearly SSO.UOU
states are noi
Intf.- (K-t
farms I
using electric
service.
This estimate U mado by the
rural service committee of the
Nntlomtl Electric Light Asscln
tloa based on surveys and cam
paigns conducted throughout the
country.
In 1j24. the isame 37 stales
i showed only 132. 000 farms with
I elevlrlcity. Ry the first of this
j er this number had Increased
( to Jl'S.OOO.
j The latest feature undertaken
i to enhance electrification of farms
) is that advanced by the state -4
pertment station of Purdtio I'ni-
rersity. here. Tho school carried
j and demonstrated such electrical
equipment ns milking machines,
'. cream separator, poultry house
'lighting system. Inrabator. water
(supply system and odd Job motors
: for use In turning grludstonea,
j ruuniiig churns, fanning; mills,
I washing machines and even wood
saws.
j In addition. Ill demonstrators
took along a model electric
! kitchen showing all modern
household labor saving oppllsnie.
A circular broadcast in tha z
, states Informs farmers that 10
cents spent for electricity will
Cook for two persons for one
(iav
lN) lhl larm fftmiy wai(hlnK 1
week.
oporat th- mltklng machine
, hour n(j 20 Blliatftt
Pt.p.ratl, j60() pounds of milk,
ii--. - iso-, incubator for
lmo jiiy.
j H.iw one and two-thirds cords
! 0f wood. 1
!
For sata old paptrt.
Klamath New a.
Call t
SIXTH STREET
GROCERY
Walter Nelson. Prop, i
Quality Groceries at
Right Prices.
Chicken and Stock Peed,
Malt and Hops.
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
Hides and Veils.
Phone 3.M - SSUt Ho. lth HI.
In all that we do here, your interest
'. ,
are kept first in mind.
i '
Because, we know that what profit
you is sure to benefit us.
First National Bank
Rhode Island Red Baby Chicks
For delivery tHsgliiulng about Hcplemlier 11.
The Cockerrls insko lino Irrers aud bring high prices during
winter nnd early spring wurrllv I'ullcui begin l.'iylug In spring
and lay through, siimmcr piactlcally nun-stop and broody Ire.
Then fall luoult ami winter.
LOG CABIN POULTRY FARM
lrtv out ! mtli-i west of Kenu un Ablai.d llljibwar.
Kcno, ihft
J. N. BramhaU 8C Sons
Brokers
Hay, Grain and Potatoes, Bought and Sold
Burlap Sacks, Twine, Etc
Office and Warehouse: 305 Spring St. Phone 945
P. O. Bos 403 ' Agent for Tacoma Brew
R. E. STINSON
Photographer
We specialise In Photograph
ing and Kulargumenta of
1'rlie Farm Stork, Farm
Products aud Bceuea.
Kodak Finishing and
Framing
Phone 11. TH 82.1 MoJn St
"A flood Place for.
Sixth .Street
Yards at Merrill and Klnnislh
Lewis 'Farms of Klamath
... i .. . .
Breeder of Trap-Nested White Leghorns.
Now booking orders for delivery of Spring Chicks.
Visitors Invited
Washburn Way and Garden St.; via East Main
Phone 983-W
, . Wc Know Land Values
In everjr volky of Southern Orvgon
Wo have had elMhte. n years of prActlci' running ni.
ncrlcui'u In ' Klamath ( tunny.' .
Have sold many farms nml irk run I r, in thorough
ly sullstied farmers, who aro our inferences.
We are hero to serve you. Write or call '
REYNOLDS & REED
Benl Kslnts nnd
10.KI Mulii Ht.
SWAN LAKE
MOULDING CO.
Potato Cellar Lumber
C,edar Irrigation Lumber
PI.'ONc 7E3
County Fair Hcptomlicr 8-U
Rlato 187 '
FLUl'LLS WAREHOUSE v
WK nt'V Afilt HtXIj II.W, (JIWIV AM) ItrTATOKH -
"It Storeable, We Store It"
J. W. Kerns :
Farm Imp le men! . Crm
Neparators. Milking Masklnsa,
Fencing. Hay. Drain. Ktssd
aud B.sds. Comblue Jiar
vestera and Thrnibors.
Cletrac" Traetora.
1405 S. 6th St.
PHONE 557-J
I- li .
t'xaUlJl.JJI
Farmur's to" .Tracts" n '
Lumber Co Inc.
Falls
i
Fire Insurance
I'linne lOOff
Cash Is King!
No Iloosa M I N Isg
Thn Saving Is Yours
Ovflrslies:
Wxt.40 Tiro anil Tubo W.V
;m!, , Tiro anil 'rithe IO.HO
CASH & CARRY TIRf
HOUSE, Inc. '
516 Klamath Ave.
' Phone 1277
Iloniled 101