The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, September 17, 1927, Page 8, Image 8

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    PACE ETGITT
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1927.
THE KLAMATH NEWS
Fan Is Arrested
Razzing Player
the ball hid on been hit to him. I
The player Mac referred to that j
had to be traded. I Bill Lamar, j
"Umir wa one oC the flne.t .
outfielder I ever had." he aalri, '
I'llll-AnEUUIIA. Sept. 1. (A. j-bnt a aroup of tana, of whrh
j I". I - I'll II It' rtlttl K ni.iKOKt T III j vi inn iw am itn n .
Philadelphia AtM.'.U. tiM.it v r.ni aun anui tie wasn i
uqskM to l..Bnlly xirMn m fan. 'n? P1"1 ul1 1 lrt
t'.t'tit fmin III Blailtiji. ht ftelt.l. 4 "'' ..ii.ii . ..n n H ai
nriiVtf up the niomi' or the teiiia
.-tri ivii!lt"tt In on rah,. Me
I! Vr telns tradrd nm-.iv. " " " .
VTh. f..n. Harry l-.,,::. J... rXWlNKKK Mill'
arn-t-4 while tb h-4o White r.::i.l;. ore.. s?. id.
aiax-Aihlelic'a fame wa :n pro--A- ' -' Kct;r. city enx.ni.er
re- yeaierday
Robbers Lock Two ri: .'
Ladies In Vault 'S2.'"4 "mo 0M ,hrou,h
the flashing re
nnet pierced hi
hi
At the Pine Tree
'and .'j!d ho w.is :o.u.n foe
texm he wanted It to win.
flVntlnnod mini P.iae One)
Jewelry, and lovkod them Id a
vault lih the di'.ul.
I'uti'e described the upocU.
i'.en j.tiiuii K.o.'..r a s farmer
lU- onl.-t.
Pytrolirm .!ryer wi of,d':iy
.1 ! -iv.i J jssl the Het'.i Klohin ,
I. IKK I.KSS tttUmKlX
TonAY, tUYS AtTIIOIt
.poHoaaloD of the trinket; than HHKK.l- MAUKKT limit. '
Ithe plot of the piece hlna.ee. BAN' ANtlKI.U, Teaaa. Kept. IT,
' It I a arrorn verMon of Avery (Al'l I'rlrea on eheu a ml aoata
I llopwood'a irremlnaly funny In Weet Teioa are the lilgheal
The tarter thouith iuihfi In una play. Prominent In the they hare been alnre the daya
ihee daya of rolled boilery and rat a Del llrnderaoii. Marry luat after the war, and ram-her i
no buttery at all haa on.e more liver. Pally Hand. Print Hldie- report a good dvmand for their
count Into It own! For "Del- ttny. Lilt Lealle. Kraal In rang- product. About 71 per rent of
HMITII.U.I. VL. fWT.KL
M -COM II. ML., Kept. It. MV-7
flay llelley, I?, died today (.
liljnrlew rerelved la blah nlmol
fiHitball pra.'tlr. Tueaday.
hi v :
tu
t s.vm r-HANi'isro. s-pi. r:.
(AH l.lf- tortar w Ih all ila
ronuilexitiet and "aophlatlcattMn"
U colorful th.in tt.t -of ttt,
period of 1M lo is, ii d-'tlur
nxtrtncp Muyfi.'M Koutlf tkk;i
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t.uUod t)
ah
rlt in- ihe
.';,.-, I.uy vvre VM.,.:e
s.rt:mi!. TUe poius-- r,.. .u,i.,.r -Trunim-ta of
at the roqiK'st of lde. Orrcnn, was kill.Ml (o- man I'-apco out 01 ine car auj jub!iee." cn-oni-wlnit In a aln-
tluii OertU-'a Oartur," haj found lioru and Wllllum Urlaaioud.
IM way Into Ihe fllma with Murle
. n!i( in Iho alur role. It will
.- n at the Piu Trve llivstre
. Saturday.
fli, sari, r in iMk ,-:.( Is
,r. 1:1 tim: u '. of no d and
11,1 in u u.nn a li lure in n mlnla-
Maik. today hrid In lioo day when an cu!umol.iln lie ;
$i.tl to ktep the peace. "drlvin left t( road near here
i.-Thfr are eevenl person.".at a turn. W. A. Ilattram of
Sir. Mack aald at the hearinr. rortlar.d who wa r'dir-t . with
Jp-ha eomn ont to th" park Jnut h!tn. was ..-crlon.-lr injwrcd.
to 'ride' tltt players and the um- ;
fjfres and ft th.'.r V-nau' coef TH.W Kl. ItV "WAVi:."
Jay Hft ectk ihe unii'-M stop- ATLANTA, ('a.. fi.Tt. 1". A.
jfvd the jranie for t. n inlnute-i un- r.) Two t.or.a nirls art trav
g'l the tuitit Att.pped t)-:r cl,!d- .ellnc to 'Hi fornt.t t,y the ro-ie
it r." ;of the "nn;re 1 w;tv.o."
" Tim manager reft-rrod to Wod- t'LriMine Jackson and S lm i
ri;n Into Ihe n w.t. ry. vium. mid-century portraiM '"l ho'lnry uccei.ry
Uolh (lln:iei. !( porsonuKoa rnaKlnit from II 'n-
The shrieks were com Inn from ry Ward ami the other Itcecherii
i vaul. Then Meyer awr two to P. T. Harnum aaya America
wmuta N.iiin sn:nt the xrllled rea.-hed a hlrh reih In the Civil
.ltur i. -iii trie ii: ie. In !ou;k nnr peru:,l. It tl.er cKnii'nd In
uinner h m.ir.nt.l t ipcn trt-' men an.l lo. rt ?he ie., to a
vult dvvT. Ihe fii-i'b rnn out po.-.ition nol ''!-hi.1iH-, l, the
c.i the lawn, oo!;i;v-inK i:i each present era dp.ie t1' !''rlu
oter'- ;'.rui-i. war ai.l oilier h's,u,ry p;:ik;.i:
Tl:ey !,..! the ;iy of l'elni; event, .
t-obl:?d v two ncu. and poluted The lustiit achlecemen'a of f
riTX'IIIVtl HOItMKSII)K.S
rilli'AClO. Sept. 17. UP Chl
.a.e.o haa taken lo tlie old fa-th-
Uill 'l) elt Li tloriellOO PUrlllng.
llori.e hoe ".ourla" have apruua
ii.. lu le. ny njihlorhood and
re frame wluih U part of ltad men. women and children vie
make-ii p. It la around tbla un- with .oli other at Iryluj to
and tliu throw rinii.r. Kanini and wb.it-
rnmtlc efforta of Cbarloa Itay. ' ever cine thtfa la Id the nltchlm
. a.ured UadlhK mull to obtain repertory.
the lamb, ranchmen eatlmale.
have been contracted, but few
are under contract lo northern
feeder.
1ll.:iK. H WI.WKK
KtiltKST llll.l.S. N. Y.. Kept,
1 W) William T. Tllden won
from Tranfla T. Hunter, hi
tievla rup double partner today
In tb aeml-flnala of Ihe national
, turf court tennla champlunblp
I M IS. 1-7.
HOTEL WILLARD
COFFEE SHOPPE
Offering fur Your Approval
SPECIAL
KreuUaat 60c
Luncheon :.. 60o
Dimipr 85c
Thea at Counter Only
Only Ihe Deal Served
1 :
nday in pinicnler when he aald While, of Cornelia, plan to con- ov.t which way they had (tone, that eri ah bellevea I llluatrated
that Donnelly "rode" Sammy Hale, idnct l:inerant beauty parlor to Meyer overtook the two men and by the hold that "I'ncle Tom'
third baaeman. until he bad him help defray expenM-e on the way started to uncut ion when one Cabin" mill ha on reader old
410 nervous he would have mled . from home to Hollywood. opened fire. Meyer turned hi land younc.
Buy Those Wild Plums Now-r-This Week Is
'Your Last Opportunity for Them lb. 10c
ONE
C E N T
ALE
During this quarantine we are doing our utmost to make prompt deliveries.
There are so many law abiding citizens adhering strictly to the new ruling and
phoning their orders in, that we are unab'e to give you the same prompt delivery
as we wish. If ycu will kindly phone in your orders early we will deliver them in
the shortest possible time.
CABBAGE CARROTS BEETS TURNIPS
Ob Head, per lb. 3c One Bunch 5c One Bunch 5c One Bunch 5c
Additional Additional Additional ' Additional
One Head, per lb. lc One Bunch lc One Bunch lc One Bunch lc
. r
GREEN ONIONS SWEET POTATOES ORANGES - FANCY BANANAS
.One Bunch 5c 3 Pounds 25c ' One Dozen 40c 2 Pounds 25c
Additional Additional Additional Additional
One Bunch lc One Pound lc One Dozen lc One Pound lc
EARTLETT PEARS CONCORD GRAPES Thompson PETITE PRUNES
Can now. Buy now. SEEDLESS GRAPES Do not delay.
Box $1.50 Per Pound 10c Pound 5c Crate 75c .
A 5Cc Rubber Apron EXTRA SPECIAL SPECIALS PHILLIP CLINGS
1 Pt. Wesson Oil KLAMATH
for 20c j Mixing 3. HALL FREESTONE
with each can 1 large Double Action Red Hon., 35c
Beater Red Fryer., 35c PEACHES
PAN CRUST 1 Recipe Book ' Rabbiu lbi 35c
SHORTENING 83c Pullet Eggs, Doz. 30c Crate $1'25
White King
Washing
Machine
SOAP
Two Small
Pacgakes
25c
White King
SOAP
Ten Bars
40c
CRISCO
3-lb. Can
80c
GUEST
IVORY
Ten Bars
45c
FMEG
Qenuine Cannon
BATH TOWEL
Til HF i
I i ML pi
fret'
MM'-
WITH PU.CHJL't OF
XO CAKES of
once
CASTI LE
10 Bars otc
He O.
OATS
Large Package
40c
it is Pan-Toasted
over live coal fire
for four hours.
PARKING SPACE FOR EVERY CAR
PUBLIC MARKET
Phone 169
'PAY CASH-IT PAYS"
6th St. at Walnut
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if
Today's
PEC
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at The -Kkimntji K!o thing Kompany
Look over these bargains advertised today,
for every article advertised is worth while.
Bargain
IAL'S
ONE-FOURTH OFF
On All Summer Suits
Brown Khaki Fleeced
BLAZERS
Special
.$2.95
Men's
WORK SOX
Brown and Black, 20c
Special, 7 prs. $1.00
Men's Athletic
UNDERWEAR
,85c3pair for $2.50
Men's Short Sleeve
UNION SUITS
Special .......$1.00
Men's Full Cut Blue and
Grey Chambray
SHIRTS
Special 75c.
Men's
BIB OVERALLS
Special .89c
Men's
DOE SKIN SHIRTS
Grey and" Tan
Special .......$3.95
Fancy Plaid Flannel
SHIRTS
$1.75
Special, 3 for.. $5.00
Men's Grey
COAT SWEATERS
Special
.$1.05
WORK SHOES
Panco Soles, All Sizes
Special $3.85
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