The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, October 16, 1927, Page 12, Image 12

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PACE SIX
SUNDAY, OCTOBER Ifi. lf27.
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, Ankeny Ranch Subdivisions .
We offer 20 and 40-acre Farms, "lJ?. miles south
of Akamont 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
Phone 909
Fordson
If 70a hare say work which come under any clsasllcsliosi Us,
ed below I be FORDSON will do II on a profitable built -
Vowing bay
Cultivating potatoes
DlKllnc potatoes
8awlD wood
Plowing
Dtaejut
Haallac hay oat ot field
Land leveling
BALSIGER MOTOR CO. w
ACTHORIZKR SALES SERVICE
Pboae 427 9th and Klamath
MURPHEVS SEED STORE
MM Mala 8M rbone 87
FIELD. GARDEN. LAWN' AND FLOWER SEED
Poultry Feeds and Remedies Be Supplies v Rabbit supplies
FarUllaer and PUnt food Dog Feed and Remedies.
Klamath
I Needs more farmers like those
10 n anoat una opportunities in oar wraaerrsi country.
CHILCOTE & SMITH
Real Estate, Loams Roatals, Farm Lands ' (
rbooe M Klamath Falls, Ore 77 Mala St.-
We Deliver to Homes
PASTEURIZED
Milk and Cream
WE Guard Year 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.
PHONE
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J. S. MILLS & 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 thingts yoti need
Billiard. Pool, C ards, Barber
Shop, Restaurant and Sleep
ing llcoms.
Finest and Cleanest Place
In the State.
628 Main St. Phone 1127
Klamath Ice and Storage Co.
W1TJTE PELICAN MIX ERA L SPRINGS nOTTLINO WORKS
PIRE ARTIFHtlAL, ICE AND COLD STORAOB
061 Spring St. .nom) bj
OLDS
126 South 7th St
Grinding food V .
J ' Pumping water for Irrita
tion 1
Belt power of any nature
Threshing grain
v Pitching '
Ensilage cattera
lulling stamp ---
Fencing
County ,
we already hare. Call or write
The Home of the
White Pelican
Potato"
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We Buy and Sell Potatoes
and Other Farm
Product
Klamath Broker
age & Ware
house Co.
A. J. KROENERT, Mgr.
PHONE 671
C36 Spring St.
Keep Coins; by Stopping
for
Ca Oil Creating
MONARCH
SERVICE STATION
Teed Be Nitachelm
-6th and Walnut St.
$10.00 Cash Prizes Each Week-$10.00
A vital present need oLKiumath County Is IntelliKentbe about experience with mikh cows, sheep, cnttlo, hojrn,
settlement upon our vast areas of untiilod lands. Thepoultry, potatoe, alfalfa, le., rabbits, etc. Exper
Klamath Daily News believes that the best way to se-ienoes of farm women and children looking after pet
cure such added prosperity is by sotting fortli in printed tock, always provide interesting reading,
form what our present farming communities have done All readers of The Klamath Daily News are invited
with the-land, and are now doing. " . ; " to compete, and tro cligiblo for the cash prizes. Prize
Human interest accounts told in a spirit of hclpf'ul-awurds will be based upon what is told, together with
ness towards others who max become our neighbors, wlllthe neatnes and legibility of manuscript. The stories
do more than anything else involving our land settlement hould not exceed five hundred words.
problems. . 1st., $5.O0t 2nd., $2.0O 3rd, $1.S0 4th, $t.OO 5th., 50c
Hence' The Klamath Daily News, in co-operation Address all communications to Farm Development
with the business and professional interests whose adver-Editor, care The Klamath Daily News. Trize awards
tiscments appear on this page, offer $10.00 inxash prizes ami winning submissions will be published on this pngo
each week for the five best stories of farm life inKlam-ench Sunday. Get your stories in by preceding Thursday,
ath County and environs. ; Get busy folks, let us have more neighbom when
One story may tell of a farmer starting a few yarn they hear the real facts they will come. After reading,
ago in a'small way and of results achieved. Another may mail this copy out of county 'or state.
Finds Happiness
In Klamath Land
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tEJ. Note: The following
story wan written by M. I). Hut
chen and wins first prUe lu tut
wk' Farm Forum.)
ThU story was told to the
writer hy .a man whs has been
in Klamath county for a number
of years, and has been able to aee
Klamath's good points, even when
thine locked dark.
, "When I. first heard about
KUmatu valley I was living on a
little vruck garden In the state
xt Washington. One day I w.u
In town trying to sell some of
my produce, and after a very dis
couraging morning I waa doing
some necessary shopping before
returning home.
-"Jts I waa passing a window
I waa attracted by some pictures,
and not being in a hurry 1
stopped and looked at them. They
pictured the wonderful opportun
ities. In the KUmath valley. . 1
passed on. finished my shopping
and " went home, thinking Tery
little- ot what 1 had aeen.
; "In' the spring a year later I
was plowing. Prospects did not
look very good for the coming
year and t was worried how 1
was going to get enough from
the ground to support my family.
"Suddenly I remembered the
pictures' I had seen in the win
dow.. : . I determined the nan.i
there ta see what the opportuni
ties could be.
"Within a month's time I was
in Klamath with my family and
bad made the first payment on
14 acres of land near Klamath
Falls.
s-Kor the first few years things
came hard, but we managed to
gift along ana keep the children
in school. By 1SS we were
getting a good price for our pro
duce and were Indebted to no
one.
'Finally poor health forced my
wife and f to move to town to
get away from Ike hard work, but
we bad a comfortable Income,
and also a borne of our own In
the city. k
"One of our boys la rnnning
the farm and making money, and
the other two boya are in txAi
neas for themselves, and all are
happy so we feel repaid In hav
ing come to Klamath county."
OIL MAX FAROI.KH
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15. tf
Attorney General Sargent today
approved a parole, for Gordon
Campbell of Great Falls, Mont.,
serving a two year sentence at
the federal prison at Leavenworth
for using the malls to defraud
in connection with an, oil promo
tion venture. Campbell was con
victed In May, 1DJS and recently
was recommended for parole by
the parole board.
NIAGARA FALL
If all the milk, buttermilk and
whey produced In the L'nited
States were put in a river and
made to flow over a fall, 7000
gallons a minute would pass over
the fall all the year round, ac
cording to the Department of
Agricuture. T ' -
For results nse News Class Ads.
A Small Dairy Rich In .
' Quality. v;
Strictly flaw Milk from our
Own Cows.
Perfection Dairy
rronipt Home Deli rery.
Phone 12MI.
Phone KLAMATH FALLS CREAMERY
777 ' Mnnufacturs Your Cream Into Crstor Lake Dairy Products.
' ' f . "When Yoo Need a Favor Call on V."
AGRICULTURAL
NOTES
LtrrsA roTATONs
I A. C. ' Ramseyer of Wayne
I county, Ohio, reports yield of
, 60S bushels and IS pounds ot po
, latoes from one of his ISO acres
I In potatoes. On one SS-aor
. field he has an average of 320
'bushels an acre. '
I six mors iii-'YHKsk
Corn, cotton, abnle. beach.' to-1
jbaeco and sugar beet production
. show a decrease for the past year.
j while wheat, oata, barley. rye
j Ducswnest. nay, wane poinuies
and grapes havs Increased.
I DON'T FOLLOW Itt'I.K
j "We talk ot an apple a dey
' keeping the doctor away, yet in
I the decade from 1S10 to 1:0 th
I American nation averaged only
'about S30 apple per person."
says Prof. F. C. Sears of Massa
chusetts Agricultural College.
. FIGHT FLAG BMVT
Feng smut, a destructive wheat
desease Imported from Australia
ran be successfully fought by the
growth of many rcslstent varie
ties of wheat. Some of these
varieties are already being grown
comnfT-rrlally In the flig smut
areas of the In I ted States.
NOT FOR FARMERS
Farms within a given county
provide only about 4 per cent ot
ih Ira ttin nn Ita acenrriln i
to an analysis of New York state 1
traffic figures. The surveys cov
ered traffic on stale, county and
even local dirt roads.
FORKST PROTKCTIOX
Ot our latol forest land are
needing protection, only about ti
per cent is within the protected
lone, reports the V. S. Forest
Service. On the protected land,
there were 100 fires per million
acres, as against J08 fires per
million acres on unprotected
land.
APPLF. CHOP IXCRFASK
The apple crop of New England
is expected to increase about one
third by 1910. according to the
New England Research Council,
' LARGE WHEAT CROP
The estimate of the present
Canadian wheat yield, as reported
by the Dominion Bureau of Sta
tistics, la 4SS.741.000. bushel.
The province of Alberta Is ei
pecled to produce lR,S82,nO
bushel.
INCREASES. .-TUN FOLD ,
Ity, 35 years tbo clttiu fruit '
crops have Increased tenfold,1,
from S.fiOO.OOO to S0.O00.0Ooj
boxes annually. I
IN8FXT DAMAGE
KI NS IX MILLIONS
I MADISON. Wis., Oct. 15
; More' than 600,000 species of in
sect are known to man and
'more are -being discovered every
lyear, according to C. I,. Fluke
of the Wisconsin College of
Agriculture.
Some species 'of these Insects
destroy millions of dollar worth
of farm proiitiits-sniinslly.. The
codling moth, for. . 1 Instance,
causes a damage of more than
tl3.000.000 a year to the apple
crop. Approximately $4,000,000
I spent annually by fruit Krow
em to rombt llil pest.
At the last sesniifr) nf Con
gress $10,000,000 wan Oppmpii
ated to fight the euro -borer.
Everything points to the smal
lest applo crop" In six year and,
witn inn exception or 19:1, toe
'smallest In 20 years. Tho lle-j
Ipsrtment of Agriculture esllmnre
the ernn this vear nf 7 1 9nn nAA I
MlUiilCl. ' , j
Farm Maintained
On Top of Large
Modern Hostelry i
rnovinESCE, u 1.. rt. is
Hundreds of hotels have roof
gardens with a few flower or
such.- Soma hotels are thtoua-
idatluns of houses and col tad
Hut, as fur as Is known, the
'Providence Illltmore has the inly
serial farm In the world.
Al preDt there are 00 chl. .
rnt ,nd ,00 hrat besides JO
j Muscovy ducks and TS ducklmia..
I If It weren't for the fact that
! duck have wings, the Illltmore
. could boast of a much larger
j flock, ituane Walllck. directing
manager of the .Illlttnore lioel
and owner of this unique farm,
started with about 30 ducks.
Dut about a year ago one of
them learned how to use. Ha
wings. The whole flock followed
and, last seen, they were headed
for Narragansett Ray.
Vrgctah4c and Flower
After that experience, the
coop were covered with", wire.
The vegetable gron on this
farm are ot several varieties
onions, beans, radishes', lettuce
and beet. -
Grapes also thrive hern, to
name the different kinds of
flowera would require too much
spare. Concrete flower boxes have
been built around the'entlre roof;
and along the enclosure for the!
dur.k ui chlckeos.
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The farm was started about;
three year ago from a sugges
tion of Carroll K. Tebbett. chief
engineer of the hotel.
It Pay, Ton
Six hen and a rooster were
thus given a home 300 feet above
the city' busiest street. They
thrived and the hens proved good
layer. Walllrk now believe that
he ran keep Suuo chicks on the
roof without bothering his flow
ers and vegetables.
Resides being an Interesting
hobby, this farm prove Itself
worthwhile. An avernge of eight
dosnn eggs I produced on this
unique farm every day.
A fish pool, rahhlta and, latest
of ail. some monkeys all go to
ward making It a menagerie as
well a a farm. Two glasa-en-ctosed
casea will allow the mon-
keys to sun themselves In Ihe
winter without freexing.
For result nse News. Class Ad 1
MR.
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FARMER Make our place your headquarter
wlim is ICIsmslti Palls
11 J Your, truly,
Phone 153 HAMM &
THE BONANZA COUNTRY
A. Good place to live, fine rlimiatc, pure water, Boot
schools.
A Better chance to set a home than anywhere else.
The Best opportunity for farming, under irrigation,
abundant water supply, cheap, good land, good roads
to market.
You should sec
THE BONANZA COUNTRY
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Thl id Is furnished by: J. 9. HORN. A. .!. HICKMAN, 3. T.
BRADLEY, F. W. BROADSWORD and J. L. SPARKTORN,
business men ot the Town of Bonanza.
For further Information, address
WM. F. II. f'HAHE, Secretary Horsefly Irrigation District,
nnnanzn, Oregon '
Farm Hints
About i per ceul more food
animals were slaughtered this
year than In 1128. according to a
report from the Federal meat
luspectloa service. This also e
cevds (ha arenas sluaghter dur
ing the last 10 years. Animals
receiving federal Inspection last
year totaled 70. 717. Is:.
The farm price advance from
Aug. 14 to Sept. 6 represent the
Inrgvst gain of any single month
since 1010. Farm prices Jumped
eight poiut. from 133 per rent
on Aug. It to 140 per reut on
Sept. IS. A big factor In this
rise was the advance Incntton and
cottonseed, dairy produce and
poultry products.
Official export standard for
the Inspection and certification of
condition and pack of apples bsvs
been announced by Secretary Jar
dins. Despite the certification
under Ihe export standanls. a
buver'csnnot be assured that the
applea will arrive at their desti
nation In a aattsfaciory conill
tlon. Time In transit, lempsraluro
and mutilation In atorage make
It Impossible to foretell the con
dition of the fruit at the end
of (1 destination.
1 Agricultural exports from thin :
country during the last year were'
the largest In five year. The Do-
pertinent of Agriculture bases
this report on the gross export
ot 4 4 of the most Important farm '
product, f'otlon, wheat, flour,
and dried frulta led an the ex-,
porting figures, while cattle and
meat product were way down on '
the list.
About ,0000 co-operative live
stork shipping association end
other local organisation shipping ,
livestock are raid to be doing
business In the Culled State.
SIXTH STREET
' GROCERY
Walter Nelson, Prop.
Quality Groceries at
Htglit Trice.
Chicken and Stock Feed,
Malt and Hop.
Highest Cash Prlrns Paid for
Hide and Fella.
Phone Ml 8.1.1 So. nth HI.
THE MECCA
PETERSON 631 Main St.
1310
Main St.
All For You
In all that we do here, your interest.
are kept first in mind. s '
Because, we know that what profits
you is sure to benefit us.
First National Bank
Rhode Island Red Baby Chicks .
For delivery beginning alHiiit Hpimhcr 15
Ths Cockerels make dus fryer and bring high price during
winter end early spring scarcity. I'ulleis begin laying In spring
and lay through summer praiilcully uuu slop and broody free.
Then fall moult and winter,
LOG CABIN POULTRY FARM
Drive out V mllnt woi nf Hvuo tn Athlui.tl HtftlitYj.
Ki'iiu, On. (
J. N. Bramhall 8C Sons '
Brokers
Hay, Crain and Potatoes, Bought and Sold
' Burlap Sack, Twine, Etc.
Office and Warehouse! 305 Spring SL Phone 045
P. O. Box 403 Agent for Tacoma Brew
.?. E. STINSON
Photographer
We specialise In Photograph
ing and KnUrgetneuts of
I'rlse Farm Slock, Furiu
Product and Ucsnes.
Kodak Finishing and
' Framing
I'hone tl.KI flit Main Ht
"A Oood Place for
Sixth Street
Yard mi Mrrr.1l nml Klnmjilh
; .,y 1 SSS1 SI JUi' ,;), II ti issiissw U' nwii s! U, , , ?f I, i,
Lewis Farms of Klamath
Breeders of Trap-Nested White Leghorns.
Now booking orders for delivery of Spring Chicks.
Visitors Invited
Washburn Wny and (.anion St,, via East Main
Phone 983-W
We Know Land Values - -
In every valley of Southern Oregon
We novo hnd eighteen yars nf practical farming x
rerlenri) In Klutniitli County.
Hare sold many ftrm nnd stock ranches to thorough
ly satisfied farmers, ho nrn our relerenre.
We nre hero to servo' yon. Write or call
REYNOLDS & REED
Ileal IMnln nml Fire Insnrnnro
I0IMI .Main SI. rhon 1005
SWAN LAKE
MOULDING CO.
s
Potato Cellar Lumber
Cedar Irrigation Lumber
PHONE 759
Connty I nlr HeptrmlHT 2-.1
Btalo 187
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WK lll'V ,VM MA.I, ll.W,
"If Storcable,
J. W. Kerns
Farm Imnlemenl. Tresa
Separators. Mllktng MachluiV
Kenclua. liny, Oram, Fwsl
and heeds. Cumblne Jlar
vester and Thresher.
1
t.'letrac" Tractor.
1405 S. 6th St.
PHONE 557-J
Fai mer' to Trade"
Lumber Co., Inc.
KalU
I'hnnn HIMI
Cash Is King!
N'o Hooks, K Tosses
1'ho Saving ,1 'Yours;
OversUes:
4tl.ltl Tire nnd Tulrn flO.nn
Klx.li, nro ,,,( tui, lo.otl
CASH & CARRY TIRf
HOUSE, Inc.
516 Klamath Are,
Phono 1277
Mended 1 91 fl
(;IIAN As T.4TKS
We Store It" . .
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