The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 18, 1925, Page 3, Image 3

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    Friday, December IS, !!5
EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
5Wainly cbout
People
in from i, ptxn
Chorion TtiQiaM of LaPIno, prom-
Ifi'-nl rancher mill BtOokniuP,, vlullod
hiifd lodny tnrouj tith to upoful
ttaii winter tn on ItH,
TO niavhprg
llBV. mill Mr. T II. Ynrnen and
Uillilrmi me ill" guests of rulfttlr
mill Month m Isawborg, Oreiooi
where i ! bjnn in rotnalu miiii uf
(or Hi" hollctgyi,
to WAIJiA Walla
Mr. mill Mi. Fiuitli Unwind an
Utavlni ror Willi Wiiiiii. wimiiliig
inn. in upend Hi" Christmas holi
days with relatives mill friends. .
JAVH ARE LEAVING
Mr, ami Mm. '. 10. Jny and mini
QHfford ntt leaving the first of the
weok tor Forest drove hi spend tiio
lint i ' i u wiiii relatives and triuudtj
The Large Strictly Cosh
Storp tn Klamath County
It tastes cm&my
It looks cfcamy
It is creamy
la two ...
mU aoJ small
Enrich
your cooking
with rich, mm i i .liini! Car
nation Milk. It put foxl
value- into milk dishes
anil Rivc thrni finer flavor
ami texture. Splendid,
tup, for use in place of
cream and most nprcc
ably economical. Your
grocer has Carnation.
Cassation Milk PauecT Co.
171 (Sllun Sited. PottUml, Oiettm
Made in Ortgon lor 13 Yeats
"From ConttnttJ Cowl"
C- 1931. Carnation MUlc rmdocuCv.
Fancy Fruits
Large can peaches 25
Large can pears .35
Large can sliced pineapple .25
Van Camp's Pork and Beans
Small size pork and beans 08
Medium size pork and beans .10
Large size pork and beans .20
Milk '
Large can Carnation milk' .10
Large can Alpine milk .10
Large can Borden's milk .10
Campbell's Soups
Large can sou)), any kind 10
Fancy Corn
2 cans Iowa sweet corn 25
Royal Baking Powder
12 oz. can Royal baking powder 43
21 . lb. can Roy.al baking powder 1.25
10 lb. can Calumet baking powder 1.35
I The Firaf Strictly Cash S bantlOrCl & CO.
Store in Klamath County N!StJ 426 MAIN STREET
I g .-iz-ij afgT Phone 34- Phone 64 lj
Free Delivery Service
We own and operate our own individ
ual delivery system. We maintain this
system f or your benefit. Our merchan
dise costs you no more. We want you
to use our service and compare it with
the service offered vou elsewher.
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You can phone us your order and pay
our deliveryman at your home. We
deliver Free all orders amounting to
2.00 or more.
H (
Its the price you pay for each item you - j a n xr i I
jB i j .u , .t . , Good Any Day in Week
purchase each day in the week that counts '
Laundry Soap
10 large bars Crystal white .40
10 large bars P. & G. soap 40
Large package citrus soap 30
Lux, package 10
Full Crea mCheese
Best cheese, lb 32
Creamery Butter
Best creamery butter, lb 52
New Crop Beans
Fancy white beans, lb 10
Fancy red Mexican beans, lb .10
Fancy pink beans, lb 10
Mazola Oil
Quart Mazola oil 49
1 '., gal. Mazola oil .98
Sugar
10 lb. sack pure cane sugar ?..70
25 lb. sack pure cane sugar 1.70
100 lb. sack pure cane sugar 6.45
MR, AMI MRS. VIi.l.Atll VISIT
Mr. mid MM. J. J. Vlllulr. from
Dumbarton, the lumber camp or
tin- Kwauus liux company, arrived
in Kiiiiiimii K.iiin uuti night iu spend
iv. -ml days visiting with their
Meads "mi attending 0arlauaa
shopping. Mr. Vlllulr la woods fore
nian (or t it (Svrauna linn company.
m4Wi&m& Theatrel
S , )
I
Final showing tonight
of Five big acts of vaudeville, including
Singing, dancing, music and comedy and
lots of pep
The feature picture is
"THE DARK SWAN"
Starring Marie Prevost, Monte Blue and
Helene Chadwick
A story of Skin Deep Beauty
SATURDAY ONLY
Bebc Daniels in "Wild, Wild Susan"
Babe's Beat Bet!
COMING SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Peter B. Kynv'r 'Never the Twain Shall Meet'
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WEATHER
Tii" cyein-storningrapti at tinder
wood's Pharmacy shows ill" baro
metric pressure to ii" rising ami this
movement, H conUnued, indicates
Blearing ikies. Th (ceding is still
below :: ii I'll ami until that mark is
passed ansettled condition! are apt
to prevail.
Forecast for next t'4 hours:
Cloudy anil unsettled; probably
colder.
The Tycoa recordlai tiisrmometi;
registered maximum and minimum
tamporatares toiiny as follows:
1 1 Ink SS; low in.
r. s. Weather Report
-Qrssjod -Hala wast, rain or snow
"list portion tonight and Saturday.
Normal tempara'turo, fresh southerly
winds aloim the roust.
Wi l li MISS JOHNSTON'
.Miss Leah Bdall and Miss Bold
Light, who are attendiiiK college at'
(). A C.. are expected to arrive in
the, clly tomorrow, to be the house
Kiiesta of Miss Margaret .lohnsion
over the week end. enroiite to their
home nt Lakevlew.
j
MOVE TO KKMI
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hayes and two
little youngsters have moved to Keno
where they will reside. Mr. Hayes is
connected with ilia highway depart"
mane
MAL.MtKKV TO 1'015TI..NI
Tom Malarkey expects to leare on
Wednesday by motor for Portland to
spend th" Clirlitinas holidays with
his parents. Attorney and .Mrs. Dan
.Malarkey. .
At The
LIBERTY
TOM .'.MX In
"The Trouble
Shooter"
The popular Tom Mix ami
Tony, tiio Wonder Horse,
In n lonimlo. of ihrill i.
SAIIIIDW ONI.V
Anothof big wDgtarn story
"ltt)BHttANH Kill"
wlih Hooi Gibson
COMI.NO SIND.W
Htitlne Pulers In
"thu HToiiM nnnAKMn"
At NORTH RENII
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A. Nliholson grc.
tmbng the local po'qplo visiting on
! Coos Hay for a few days.
eiNKiAMi roNTiucroi:
(loorgb Hrltton, a contractor from
Plneland, is Itero on tinslhess today.
tiolN'ti SOUTH
' To upend their t'lirlslinas and New
Veins holidays 111 the south With their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan JOrJBS
j win leave " Wednosday for Sat)
Frntulsi'o.
TOM TK.M'V HACK
Tom Tracy, court house janitor,
lias rotliensfl in Klamiiih polls. .He
nrrlvoil in ih" city last ulRht, grter
an allien"" Of BSVO.ral weidti n
Cnlllnrnla. Trmy went sallUI to
tttidorgn operatlonn on his lag, wlilolt
wfts n!U'8il m'vei'Ut nnmllm iR.
IH SINKSS CALLER
K. .1. Forhes of Bray, Calil'oruiu.
a eontraetor, Is transacting business
matters here today.
KA.MSHV b HAVING
Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Rantsby and
son MarUn, in company with S. B.
.Martin are leaving by motor to
spend the holidays in southern Cali
fornia With .Mrs. S. K. Martin and j
children and Miss Betty Ramsby.
COM1XO I'ROM SOl'TII
Mr. and Mrs. W.'K. Pelts, who
are upending the winter months In
southern California, will arrive the
early pari of this coming week to
lie the holiday guests ft Mr. and
Mrs. c. II. Barnstable. Borthh and
Harry PeltS who are at ending col
lege at 0. A. C. Will arrive home
tonight and also be guests at the
Barnstable hum".
NEXT HiHRMJifl TUESDAY
Court of Honor Of the Klamath
Kails eounell. hoy scouts of Amer
ica, will eonviine for Its si cond ses
sion Tuesday evening. December 2.
at Hie circuit court room in the court
ItoWiO, at S p. ni.
LEAVE THIS MORNING
f
Mrs. Laura Alice W1H1IS and Myr
il" Helm left this morning for Sari
(ftrauclsco where they expert to
spend the Christinas holidays with
friends.
MItS. SCOTT HERE
Mrs. George Scott of Lone Bridge,
Ore.. Visited in the city yesterday.
While here Mrs. Scott attended to
Christmas. She returned home to
FROM THE I'ORT .
N. Harnie, one of Fort Klamath's
resfflantS. spent Thursday here at
teDding to business.
PROM MAI.IN
(5. L. Chandler of Malin register-
ki at me noiei .reaue over i nurs-
ua. . niiMiiv.3 iimiivia iiiuuKui .in.
chandler in from the neighboring
town.
Mrs
FROM BONANZA
Ada I'arsons of Bonanso is
Christmas slin;iping In the city today.
PROM IDAHO
Niicl li. c.iillonett of St. Marter,
fllnho, registered his car at 111"
'lianilier of cotnmerce todav. 11" iilans
i .,,,.,,,1 s,.v,.,:,i Mt. i UrtinhBrn SPont with Mrs. LaPrarle'S mother
Oregon.
RANCHERS VISIT
Two of the most prominent ranch
ers In Klamath county are J. if.
Siseniore and J. T. Dixon. Both of
these men own large ranches in the
famed Wood River valley country
north of Klamath Falls and near
Fort Klamath. They arrived hero
last night from Fort Klamath for
the purpose of spending several days
transacting business.
HANNON BROTHERS COMING
Frances and Hurray Hannon of
itii'hmond, Calif., are motoring up
from the southern city to spend the
Christmas holidays here with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. -Hannon
and other r-ylntrvcs and friends.
PROM KLAMATH PALLS
W. T. l.ee of Klamath Falls, wW
known assessor of 'Klamath counter;'
familiarly known as "Bill," is spend
ing today In the city un business,;-
Medford Tribune.
TO VISIT .MOTH PR
Mr. and .Mrs. Hex LaPrarie audi
little daughter aramong the Ktam-1
ath Falls people who will spendj
Christinas iu the south with rela-'
lives and friends. Mrs. LaPrurle and
little daughter will remain South for
two months, most of this time lieing
DPI'l TV MARSHAL VISITS
KEITR COLE COMING
.Keith Col" of Los Angeles will ar
rive in the ciiv Sunday to Spend the
Christinas Imlidnys with friends.
While in southern Oregon he will
visit tor a short time in Medford with
relatives.
Mrs. MOAboy.
SEPS MAN V CHANGE.1?
Mill Man From La riuv AinaaeO at
Ctymgcs Since l.asl Visit
c. .('. Wells, a deputy UUIted
Stales biarshal working out of the
department of Justice in I'orllnnil,
Oregon, arrived in Kliitnath Falls
yesterday for the purpose of serv
ing snhpoenaes lor eases which ,ue
coming up iu the United Slates
District court In I'orllanil. Mr. n'ells
being familiar with this territory,
Is usuall.v, the mull the federal law
enforcement ilepantn ei'.l seit'ls to
this territory, lie is a veteran dap
tit y In l he tlepat'linepl of ju4lj9i
PAUL M'l.LER COMING
Paul Kellei, commercial artist, in
business in I'ortlaad, will arrive mi
Tuesday to siend the ChrUtlrttisand
New Year holidays with his parents,
Mr. and. Mr I. J. Keller, on Jeffer
son. MItS. RICE
Mrs. Hliia Itlee of Muedoel spent
Thursday here Vfstttng with friends
nnd doing clirlslinas shopping.
MISS Mr ANDREWS COMING
Miss Veronlea McAmlrews is ex
pOotSd lu re Saturday Hum San Itn-
fapt, Calif.. !iere she is atteiullnE
Dominican eollpgej lo spend the hol
idays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
l UoAlltlrewsi
James Miltenlierger. who twenty
two years ago arrived in Klamath
Falls from his home in South Benr,
Indiana' visited hero today for the
first time in over 2n years, and was
amazed at the wonderful business
city that Klamath Falls has de
veloped into. With Mrs. Miltenlier
ger. he plans to leave tomorrow for
southern California to spend the
winter mouths. Mr. MlltenbtlTger is
a mill man at I.a Fine.
TO JOIX FAMILY
Miss LpLatne West is leaving on
Sunday rooming for Portland, where
she will join her family for Hie
Christmas holidays. Miss Virginia
leit vesterdai: for the tiorjheru city
wifh Miss Loretta .leitnlngs. who is'
also lo Spend the holidays In the
north with t'ehitlves and friends, a
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