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    THE KLAMATH NEWS
THURSDAY, OCTODER (5, 1927. v
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PAT.B nVT?t
lliKuniy Trial In
Charlotte Brings 1
Crowds To Court
.Court Cro With Cussin' Countees
l , rtfl ill k
ril.MH.0tTK, N. '., Oil. II
,')--l'lllllilllO tlUK a.-tlli'll .
sill down In llall'll in lu llliiat
llilrra'attiut court tun1 In years,
Hit. I rnutiir Irlul of I hn lt..v. Wil
lis T. JiiiiIiiii. rhurii.'d with Ik-iiik
IIiii liimlmml ' lit Ihri'i. khiikmi.
Illllll Iff .llMltl llll tUYUITI'lt.
II n-uiilr.-i only lu ill v In
iii.Ii (ho uilnlai.ir tliri.iiath it ir.
It in I ma ry Inuring mill annul
Jury Inquiry, mid Wvilii.-a.luv
nrirriiniin III, dial li.-Kaii wltli n
irnttdrll I'MlirUlMllll, UikmI y ttu
in. ii and glrla.
t Tlicy wiTi- I her lu h.-nr Mra,
I : in ins l.anilrlili Jordan, li.liwt
nf llin minister's mivi'S, la-ll nr
I hn Ili'v. Jurdnn'a anion mull
ciiiirlnlilii, which Kd In Hn Ir limr
rluKi' hin Annual III.
Ii win tltla Mm. Jiii'diiit wltii
lrir.-irail I ho lilcnmy i-liui'iK-i'
nK.tll't lll'l1 llUftlllllltl V. Il.'ll III'
win fuiind lu (Iriind ltat.1.1-.,
Mt. Minim, hospital, and, whm, i
was r.iorta-l lia hud smic In
liranl II ii l. lu umrry a tuuilh
wlli'.
I'ual.ir Mta.liiit
Th imslor lud boa-n iiiUkUii:
rrnni tita Columbus. i04iMcl. horn
triuii hi Culiiuihiia, (ic.iritla.
hum. n ik Iwfurn prlvataa du
twtlvrs totaled hi nl lu (i ni ml
Itnlildl. .
Jury was i-inirn quickly sftnr
rtiiirl nMUtd urid Mm. Joidsu
was rallrd lu Hid aland lu rr-lattf
br tn.
Mm. Jurdun tried lo nub tli
pastor n slin told hi-r story. Hlio
n firrrd lo hlia "Hint matt "II
U Una; nvr-r lltrt" and liiilt.-ntc.l
lilm wllh acuruftil lndn fliis.iT.
Tim inlnlilvr. huwcv.r. wa
mil lo be anublM-d, and bo anill- . i
uiji.y .airh-j ... .r.. .h.. iaj10 As Promoter of Cooperation
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rcniblnllia IwrniMh rrnmry
rHnd with Ihhi Juun Jintifluun
H V. Il aiipitrviilly n'a mil wi
IrrHblu let -1 ha mlnlnl'T, hn
i lalnia Ihul l( h did mrr
ll-.n-v llnii'l h ra nullrrlnx litini
uuinvBla.
Hid Willi Unmnu
Thi rrod In lb tuurirmini
Mnly lovk lil- wllh Mra. Jur
dun and ailudnl br klllfut
dndkltiK (f ijuasilliina f.rfd Al htr
by dtdi'iii rnnumd.
IaIIiTK llliU lllt Illllll-liT i
nl'.oiO I In ln' i llti n hli Kuril
ll iMilurn IlKlr nmrrlnso si-rv
rrad Inlu lli r-oril.
Thai a-nrllir Ifllora Iiiii villi
a (urninl iaItar Mrn. Landildnn"
nnd Urlllvd rapidly. In la it unin.
in "My liarllna Annid" and "Hon
i Iniiii h," Tlin crnard llin-rpd.
Mm. Jnrdun ld-nll(lid I In
lillnrn nnd ra-iifnli'd llm li"ll
a.nny nhi r" nr llm pri'llinl
nary hrar.na Monday liifuria llm
Mini" manUlraln who mnrrlvd her
In Aukux.
Ivtmty KlKTltt Ava-ry II. John
run, hu bniUKltl Jordan hra1
rri.ni M.rliban, a rallrd In tho
rland l li-nllfy J lint lh lulu-lta-r
aald hn lild a lla In
Wlnd.nx liulf. Wil Va.. h
waa bla only "Irue wlfa." Bha'
aa Mra. Ilr(fy V. Jordan.
ATLANTIC C1TV. N. J.
l. lV.l'.) - Tlici I'lilli-d UIa;
llkia Kt iri. hll, II Inn law and
liuwu nu hIioiik Inndcnry to
rhanxu II. arrorrilnx lu nuw
aurviy rurirlnic l.ouo ill lea In i
vary alnlii In III" nliloil. '
HoHiilla of (ual.unnulr aur-,
vy, londnrted by t'lurla-a Wulala'
i,f Nw Vurk, witu ra-purleil lodjy
to a cnfcrni of 79 reunion
jnil aurlnllKlral Inadvra, Including !
rabid HHiihn . via. nr.
Irurkim fadmnn and niliera. '
About 3v ullton nf nl.
iiiiwiii.mtii In aa many dlffairi-nl
riilina ra-illd lu the iuutlonna.r
Bi'Vfiuy-lhrraj uar i-nl nf lbm
favura-d I liu ISlli ama-ndinent and
VI pit tunl favored Ibu VuUtcad
art.
Kri n Ihiiiuj nioatf atrunnoiialy
loPiiimiMl lu llm mill umi'ndmvnl
I jnil Vulal-ad ui I In-Ill lliu (cnoral
ulilnlnn llml priililbliliin liaa ru
Irulli'l lu a IiIkIh r 1-v-1 uf llvlnx
'for ull lKna of Ihla I'ouutry." '
Kiidali- ri'iiurii'd. j
Thirty iuiiiilun with nskud In .
llm nuwiJil tu-anli fur tba truth'
lu bout irublblilun. Ilamldra 1h
I a atlt'araa. ini l wairn rocclva'd '
Inmi aupairlntend'-nta uf nlnlfr
:iu-boola, chlofa if pollra). hoalilr.
! iifrirnra, mlnWI'-ra. a-nidnyira of :
labor, and lubur uffblala and
worki'ra. j
Hihoul upor.iiteiidcnts ropudl- j
nl id lha ihurie th it high arbool
boya and lilria equip Ihomaelvea '
wllh blp flnnka. - , .- (
"ItriHirla from prailbally overy ,
,aditrlAii ; icruun In th.a aludy Indlralo tbaj '
nl Klnnoul wni f.m-'l , (M, la an I'tHKra-ratlou," It war
y.im. u( rrrkli'iaa alutpmrnta ntaoul i
! IniTi-na-d ilrliik'iiK amoim younr ,
i panplu. H.Kh acbuol aiiidi-nta - j
paicl illy wuro irK,,n a cli'an Jdll
And Good Will Between Countries . ?r,fc br ,'"r ,u,wr,",,n ;
Tho att.tuilo 01 orgaDiii-n !
aa a whole, toward tho pro-
jhlhti.un queatlon." aald lha ro-
nnrt." la ratrolnailv a-viila-al."
WASIIINIiTON. t)il. 5. (,") riirrpollillllt
lladlo. bavins bi'roiuo
li,iiu.n ni uio worm. ...i-.. (y lnl(j ,., cf iK.n,.nc..nl
lii ! ralra-d Inlu "lha ra-alin of m,),!!,. arrvlia "
People Approve
Prohibition Law
WHERE JS SHIRLEY?
Tourists Unaware
Of Mexico Revolt'
! to bat left aa aalat of moaaa-n
1 than 1200,001) I
rr.iL-.ui.
HilT RcDOrt SayS Injured Jockey Pleads for Return of Sister
1 I t t m I T-1 r - .. A - r . a
siaopica i nree i ears sgo uy i ourisi
jT I . VV v.. --w ... " 1
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I.AKKDO, Tiaxaa. Oct. 5.;(l'P
Tonrlata arrlrinx liere , today
wer not awure of ravoll 1n tin
I JlnNn rnpublUi aftor havltm
' travelled tUruuah Maxlcn' City.
I the rnpliul of Mellco.
"We know nothing of the re-;
v.. It until na reached ham," aald'
Hurry Askew, nf Nawr York, whu
tana i ne nf tho party. i
! liu'llny Dwrro. L'nt'ed Siali
1'nfiMlil lo Ijliudulajftra n'Tlllral Ij.
, rnriifiuiii on ibe .du.tb-un 4ltuu
j tinlt, nUI:ulli.'b bo dtd aVt?ri aur- j
, prbat when Informed of tho arl-UiiiMni-ex
of tha revolntloTt. llj
i wna enrouto to vva.ihJnKton to '
raufur with tbs department, of
atatc. i i ' ;
For Sale
Rod Locomotive 1
Mctting Government..
' Requircmenta ' .; -i
Itrnaunnlily prlial. U'rito ir
v tre fur speiriralloBia and '.
prlrrm. , a
DLLVM MACIIfNB LtlfO-'
MOTIVE, Wor.KM, Palla.
TO lAV IEBT
llfrntl'i at a wna r'apnrti'd lo havaa htild "K'l to h"ll
r-iti d br a l.Mnlnii l.n iliy niti'r m-ariy riiiiniim itown
h.l mi. a.i, I itii. ii,iv Dm iiil.llnn:itro ounta1
$HU and iliiiiiiliri' d from diivluv un anlniii'-blli' f'T tliren
w ha-n ar-1
I.OS ANGELES. Oct. 5. (UP)
; Pnllllnn to fell $70,000 In atoekt
llfn with Injariria received In an ; and bonds to meet claim against
accident at Saratoga a few weoka j the estate of Earl Williams, cio-
Ugu, needs Bhlrley. . tlon plrture player, was granted
Nurse and ductura attendlnE Mrs. Florence Williams, hit
Jna key Johnunn want her the widow, today. The actor Is said
Standard Dyert'l
and Cleaners ,
OdurleM Cleaalag I
Onr-Day gnrvtr '
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Expert Dyeing
1409 Esplanade St
- Phone 825
Seen By President Calvin Coolidge inr.1
iiiiiiH
lurrifiian In nior.nl
Rr,.nt .drvi'lopini-nt. Your main ubjea-l
will bo to liil.e Ihla Kn-t Indua-
, lad, anffnrlnK from an Injury to
ihla briln. ii bavins; hla mirch !
to recovery retarded .by anxiety
j for h!a miaHlng eleter.
j A year aJtereJohtuon's mother
ihad died, while he was away try
pur lo earn funda to take care of
blmscM and little Shlrlny, a fiisa
loir; totirlat persuaded a nolirh
bur, who waa taking cire of
Bhlrley, to let him adopt the girl. -Who
he was, where he lived
nothing was learned of this
ItourV't.
"Ttai racing game has given
me many hard knocks, but losing
my Utile sister has been the
hardest of 'em all. moana Floyd
hern, ."f am able to take cire
jof her,' now. and 1 do wlah who-,
lever oilppted her would return
I'loyil Johnaon lii Hie lioapltal , her."' i
And Mis pica for bis littio sis
ter's rcCurn is also the plea of
attendants who want to see him
recover, i
nnd hla ml.liif abater Shirley.
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COVINGTON. Ky., Oct. 3.
NKA) llai anyone saacn -little
Shlriry Johnaun of Berlin. Ky.;
At the Liberty
A real achievement lu tho mo-
Holding that radio he great ,) picture htetory of Klamath
! Whan yon no longer have use
w ho was adopted by a pasiilug for may be Juat the thing another
tourist three summers ago? , ; la seeking. The Klamath Newr
Jockey Floyd Johnson. In a I Clasatrtitd Ads bring buyer and
hospital here fighting for his seller dnnether.
100 NEW PART 3&4
BLACK CROW
RECORDS
EARL
SHEPHERDS
lc tif fU'h-iit public pervlr. no tbt
t. u III I mm I rl.nalattdi fin
nud.r.i.nd.ng ra r than III will " "llght.n-lF.il. I. I he showing of the pic-,
and dl..naton .ma.ng nn.loii,. mem "to "the tUik place, of Ihe urn. of the gre.tea prize light
" , . ' ,, . i i . , . .. , ... . , , in hlalnry, between d-ne Tunney.
l-re.ld.-nt -,.I.U .l.-.lr,d l e.:rth." the president declared the, chnm 5 ' VJi(k i, ,
.Uy In en ''"; "V-nlng I lie ln,inMty na,ona d in-, rinU.n1,.r for . CM.
International radio l. l :ra,.h run- .,,,.,! control to the end , 8epten.ber 22. Thew pie-
I'-ra n.v. Hint thrro hiny be "tho moat per-1 turm re ,h-n n Port-I
I.IVe everv Inveiillon which In- f,.,i order and lha larKeit poseltile ; iania , crowded houses, so nreat
it.-ad the power oi man. ii- unit. runty in Its Uio anu enjoy-ji, thoelntere.t In this chauiplon
.jiKl. radio may be ua-d for gutd i,K.it." ..hip battle. Parts of the moat
or evil and hn commanded U the Althouath he considered radio's . xa-lllnsr mtinds re In "slow nm
conlereiii e tho aMitltiK aaldo an rouln wwaknrs. 13 be II Inability . Hon"' thus enabling Ihe apoctator
1 Inr na iioaallilu aal llonal ni-eda lo pruduce permanent ra-i-orda for .lo.gct nil tho thrills of tho rapid
so Hint a brond, io.ap.Tat.vo pel- inure conxldi-rutioii, the pruul-j act.iin and movement of the. two
Icy fur tho good of nil nnlluns dent declared It holds great pro- great flghlon. The m-inagejnent
using thla method nf communlca-1 mlao nf spreading Informiitlon t i of the Liberty la to lie congratu
' tlnn mny be adnpti-d. ' rcmula auctions because the cot latixl on showing these films so
"The world will n .1 bo bene- cf Us Installation nnd malnten-1 won after the actual event they
i llled by this Increase In Ihe scope jance was amall lu comparison di plct. The allowing will be con
nf'lis power." Mr. Coulldgia lold i with that of other Inethodi of'tlnunua. beginning at 1 p. m
: the ilelcentca, "uiil.-aa there la conimun.cat.i-n. Thursday and Friday.
KV lUHMnu, KTll
I.OS ANtiKI.KS. Oct. 0. (I l'l
When Arnold Htnti, alnr oiitnied
rr wllh the MrKijlyn Nitlonala.
ariivea home tomorrow he will
baa greeted by a Hewlmrn son.
Thra-e dnur.bi.-t'a preraMled tin
future baaa-bnll golf atnr.
Flapper Fanny Says:
m
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s:i
All Hint ilra-aae. leave to the
liiiMK.nnllon la- what limk.-a llieiu
mi rn-iialve.
STAGES
Leave Klamath Full. Tbiiljr
II a. im. (except Huinlny) Inr
SILIUIILL M.IMN
Al.TlltAM
Mon Wed. Fri.
MKIlllll.l. MU.IN
ALTI1IAH 1IKM1
SCSAXVIl.l.H
Ken? lU-duical Itiites now lit
effect, ,
Terminal Stage
V Depot
81,1 Mnlii HI. I'liunn llllll
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Familiarity breeds
TRUST
CONTRARY to the old adage, familiarity with
some things breeds trust. Advertised products, for in
stance. The trade-names and firm-names you see regu
larly in this paper, by reason of their very continuity,
kindle familiarity first and then confidence. These are
the names that leap to your lips in market-places.
FAMILIARITY of this sort is a thing to be cul
tivated. The more you know about an, advertiser' and
'his wares, the more you are able intelligently to invest
the family outlay for the necessities of life. This is truth
self-evident. ' -
READ the advertisements in this paper.. Read
them as carefully as you would read something you had
to sign your name to. They will save your shopping
time and your shopping dollars. Go into the stores with
your mind more than half made up as to what you want
and what you will have to pay.
FAMILIARITY WITH KNOWN
CONTEMPT FOR THE
KLAMATH NEWS ADVER
T1S1NG BEGETS
. . . FAMILIARITY.
GOODS BREEDS
UNKNOWN. . -
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You can buy these products with confidence
YOU are doubly assured of quality and continuing
service when you buy a General Motor product.
Behind the resources of these Sevan famous- ears end cf
Frigidaire and Delco-Light stand the resources of the
whole family of Ccnerul Motors. Each is tested and
proved. And in the prices you pay for these products,
you share in the economics of vast production.
We 'invite yu. to learn more about these product '
by sending in the coupon below. Mail it today before
you forget. No obligation, but interesting reading.
CHEVROLET. 7 model. $325 to $745.
Airttvr.nc combination of beauty, perfor
inancr and low price. 3-speed transmn
aion. Beautiful Ftjhrr Bodies. Duro finish.
Fully equipped. Alto truck cccaii; ) jr
too, $395j Mon, $495. - '
PONTIAC. 6 models. $713 to $935.
Lowest priced six with Bodie by Fisher.
Duco finish. Extra powerful engine.
Value proved by ever-increasing tales.
III
7
inudrU. $S7S ta
$1075. New lower prices round out Olds
mobiles master stroke of Oe octal
Motor alue-givinj, 4-wheet brakes. .
OAKLAND. 6 models, $1(WS to $126$.
The "All Arnerican model is bigger,
better, more beautiful car, typifying
General Motors quality and value in
the medium price class. 4-whecl brakes.
BUICK. 16 models. $1195 to $1995.
All the world knows Bu kit's worth. 'Get
away' like an arrow from a bow. Vibra
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"valve-in-head ' erunne. 4-wheel brakes.
Beautiful low bodies.
LaSALLE. 11 models. $2495 to $2995.
New and beautiful ear degtued and built
as ewrvpardon ear to Cadillac. Has V-tyr.
yltDier engine. Marvelous line and
botiic. Continental in appearance.
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PAY TO.yOlTlO. U.S.A.
CADILLAC, 36modeM350 to $5,500.
The standard of the fine tt worhl.
90-dr;rre Vtvpe engine. Bodies by
Fisher and Fleetwood. 500 color and up
holstery combinations to choose from.
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General Motors has applied the processes
which have made the automobile avail
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Frigid.uret its electric refrigerator.
DCtCO-LfGlVrelectric plants. ProviHa
theconvemenfes and lcbor-raving devices
of the city for the farm. Electrie light
. and power plants, water pnmps, etc.
Used in over a quarter millic iomes.
(ALL PRICES F. O.B. f'ACTORIES)
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