The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, October 08, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    HE KLAMATH NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
A. 127. ' t PAGE THKS
I
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CITY BRIEFS
far a Iti'im.i Ni'Vailu
will traiiaart I lit
Whnra h.
for lint
Arrltc I'miu MlilUli'liniii ,
lr. anil Mm. I'aul Ottarbuln Mr-
In tit. ..Ilw I..I nlulil (
Innii
MmV Mlllnr 5 in main Willi III in
llmrii for ii 1 1 ti u Lcfuiv kuIiik mi
lo Oiuiiliu; Nclnnku, wliirn alio
will Hull v'Jlt' lii"' purimta lur
I ha licit llirn nionilu.
Fimlrr HHii'u
fur
u-V.aJ. II. ruwl..r. fu.ui,lg,
I'" Ko r AniLr-Sunditri-il
Urn lily lulu lunt iiIkIiI (rum
I'lirtland. TI117 plan lo uiuk'j
Hi' vi' in I liuntliia trlun ilurlim thrli
Mlililldown, tllilo. OlIrrlHiln la n , vUll ham. 'I hry am lunula all
li. plipw r Nnia Otlurbvlit uMhtt Ilia Wlllnrd liuli l, I nil I m un
JvIuiiiriIi Nv. 1 . . . .un Huli-n coiiipatr. rurii-il lal
1 4 . Arw Miinlx rn ,Mr. Innn I ulalii Inn a lmlli'lua trip lo
i' IIHr A aim wua liorn
.lTilny lu Mr. ami Mra. II. A.
Hi. t'lnlr ol AHaiuoiil Arrna, TI10
llov wi'lKhrd 7 H Miunla al lilrlli
and linn liwn 11 a mud Junior. I
I 1 ! Nut'ilnl I'lli'o )n dlk iHv
lt ii mid 41, at lUrutmrl'a
Adv.
DEATHS
Kruilirrt of tint Klauiulb llual-1 HOiilhrrii Orcauu
lima rulli-ga la Ilia now liumni r I California,
of lliu ihuuihor of tomincrc for ;
, I lila wavk.
and. uvrtliorn
uiui.iti iMO'.f;
Tk lur.1 rllua for tlis lulo
William Homo of Illy, wvre coii-
I ituitud front tlx Kurt Wlililock
Itunvrul IIdiii Krlilay afturnoon
tilth lliiv. II. It. alulhulland of-
Two Ifrllona wore
red by Mra. J. II. I.lnfraty.
Tha rnnialiia it furwardvd to
Waunola, N'nbraiika, wIhto com
mitinni nrrli'a mill lia linlfl and
'I lnlurnivnl madu In tlm family
piut.
'J t ilt Trunfi'r - - V auvi'lullte
Ill 11I111111 and truck uniting, ill,
' If Initial Ii Avn. I'Iioiik iti. - adv.
M t
7
Attunier IMmran HHiiriia At-
ittimrjr W. M. Dunraii ra'limii'i
Big Football
Played Trtfey K
j - 1 iji .
fj-j- '-j . t -;-jn
cash r rinfTTTT7 YCj modern
and I 1! ilvl P Sv F00D -ow I
carrvUJ; ii VLJI M 1 1 j l jjolsTgRESJ I rrce
v invii siuiu.3 - ' 11
, fMlirdit' from Mi'dfnrd 'hrra no
li.id bci'ii alti'nillim I lie fvdvrul
tourt.
Mutur To I-.'uk'iii Mr. and
Mra. Iiwlahl Kromb liava luft
for Kuifiio lo allrnd tha Idnhoi
Uri-Knu Kaiiix Knturdny al I In'
l iilvvrolly of (Uvaon. Thuy plan
to bv Kona ovvr tin wvi'k-vud.
Wiut wlilla third I'urdue va.
Harvard, Kill ba alaK'd lu II16
Tho I'lnli tvuin urrlvrd In
vnnaton rrlday ready lo lack)-
Norlhwaatvrn. Oklahoma O. &
nilCAOO. Oil. 7.' ( tll'.'i ' M. detrained at Mlnncapolia for
Koouhall will biToinn aarluuaf U)ol- J Hnturday'a caina w ith Ina Uop
nuaa In Ilia Wrat HuluriN.4 a ; hera. rounipd a li-adliiK contender
tha Colli'Elnla rU'Vi'iia ali'irt lo ) for Ihn Ilia Ten i liuiuploniililti.
I.nll.l" th'lr lr7 ri'iml til'nii. i Kour hla I in tiauia will iMi-.ln
" MM nd TliurMluy In lnlfonl
I'uul Jarkaon, prlnrlpal of Ilia
klamath county' lilh arhbol, and
I lloland C'oftir, nioturad to Mnd
1 ford yi-ttorday whvra Ijiuy apaut
Traii.fiT- llav fireproof , d)'- ....
wlilih , wura mil
"praiiftrt Kanira"
acuiion oiimilnc a
rnrfanrci rd In I
nl the ofllclul ; mi i't
wiik nati. . ' t
I'nini Ik'nll) Krwl lllnna wa
' n bualnvM vliliiir lu II10 rlty
'! 'Humility from llaatly. .
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'iS
.1'
it '"J
Til II.IM.MIL
I I'lioun 133 adv.
Ava.
001
f VUlta Mrhunla Vri-d IVi.'t.on.
(Tioualy mhoiil aiiporlntrndi-nl.
',-Mnnt Friday vUlilim iioila lu
v'.MurrUI.
i a
J thi lluatnraa W. A. Turner
Mat In Ih rlty )cilnluy on
l'u-liif from hla horaa In Mvr-
ill.
roHlllon I'rtimoteil Word haa ,
been received In tlila rlty from !
t'orvallla that Alfr.il llalt-a of
Klamath Kalla haa been promoted I
to tha poaltlon of ulaht editor on
tha llarmater ataff, I In O. A. C. '
dally nvwupaper.
Iiilar-cuiifi:reiire plity. ludluim to
C'hkaao, while- Ohio Htnlo
playa Iowa "lty. " . 1
will play I'.utler Col-:
play (Tiinala lo be Involved IkW Ihejleaa of Indlannpolla, la eleven !
lilK ti n rniifvrrueit cliuinailun-1 roat hed by I'olney Cork, a (ornu'r
hli. 'tlirao oilier A(ti'rn j llllnl atnr. i
aqunda will meet wlioula lit' oilier j Wlaromiln Journeyed lo I.aw-1
aui'tlona of i tho country. ' ri-m o. Kaunaa, Krlduy wlu.ro the !
In the kiileraritlonul iKumoa, 1 Ilailxera will aprinit new taclka
two will ba played In Ilia ..Middle j axHluat I'nlverally of Kantian,
j j. . r -. -Tt-. 1 . . .. ,
Kmlnl I'rlrr On allk dreaaea,
Ita 4 uud 14, at llaruhitrt a.
Adv.
' i IhputJ Mherlff lla-lurna Irfiula
lueller. deputy aherlff, returnml 1
eaterday from Mrdford whera he '
I bin be en aendlnt Ilia put aev-;
ial lluyn atlendliia federal court.
-
Vrom lll Mr. and Mra. Frank
t iilienihaln of Illy went vUltorc In
: ilia rlty yraterdny atlendliii! the
funeral of William llonta, who
. waa fatally Injured when hli
,?i liurto fell with him Inil Tuoaday.
For faJlllraa I'tilruitrwctle
' I'r. C. Norvall, lady Chiropractor
la I oral I'd optxulle tha lolephons
office on Hvvrnth atret, Klnm-'
lalh I'll 1 1 . aeo . I'nifeaaliiual
Card. Oct. Itf
....
I rolln lti'lurn l''riiiu (1illMiiln
l.oule rolln, Chlloiiuln merchant,
ri'turiiid yraterday from Portland
where he went lo celebrate the
Jewlah holiday Yom Kipper, lie
brought aeveral new furnlnhlnna
for bla fountain In chlloquln.
....
- Mlllera l-eovr Mr. and Mra.
R.i 111 in-1 I'. Miller and daughter.
Kllabelh Ann, of 80S ltonway
lirlve left yeaterdny for an
tended trip. Mr. Miller will lo an
From Merrill Mra. tl. I".
Sliaiuhart wna ahopiilni In tho
Ity elenluy from her home In
Merrill.
Atlrml Funeral .Mr. and Mra
' Al Itlrhardaou and Mr, and Mra.
otto lloyd were In the city ea
terday from their homo In Illy
lo attend the funeral rervlcoa of
. William Dome.
...
Wanted a Man -To I'ut III U
orve of pntntnea and irnln oil
aliamv If Intereatid call al
luinath Klothlnr Koinpuny.7-1
,1
AT TIIK-
PINE TREE
THEATUK
Today Only
Florence Vidor and Clive
Brock in
"Afraid to Love"
It will luavu you flat
with IniiKhtcr.
Sunday and Monday
Clara Bow in
"Rough House
Rosie"
The Mifcppy little Ktar of
"It" The only gloves the
wears, arc boxing; gloves!
AT TIIK.
i LIBERTY I
--TIIKATItK
Today Only
Desert Madness'
A Thunderbolt Thriller
starrinu;
Jack Perrin
Sunday and Monday '
TOM MIX tho king ot
thrills and TONY tho
wonder horse in
"The Broncho
- Twister" :
j Dantcing Tonight
l , -with-
, ' :..
Hal Blackburn and Hia Band ' '
. 9:00 to I2;0U . 12:00 to 3:00
The Big . The Club '
DANCE ' ' DANCE
Everybody Roen. Everyone Invited.
Winter Garden Altamont
IV. 111 Itixky I'olnt Mr. and
;.Mr. A. It. Iavlit of Km-ky Point
' arn vlaltlni with frlvnda In tha
rlty for iioveral daya.
...
' lluniinnire.Salx ll Methndtal
lidlea al the HaUlier Motor
,t company, October 13. Adv.
i . ...
Vlxlt t il) Jerome A. f'art
arlaa and Hunter Mnlnrkey,
brother of Thoniaa Mnlnrkey of
tbo Kvenliil lleruld, arrlvett In
..Jl-tl
. til
l-lltu,
' . .. ' l
Meats and Poultry
Saturday Specials
t .. - n. . '.', , , , .
Also giving you the opportunity of receiving one
of these Beautiful Dolls
Get a card from the P ALACK MEAT MARKET and have
butcher punch out the amount of each purcliase you make!
When the card is punched to the amount of $ 1 0.00 return it
to the Palace Meat. Market and purchase a $3.00 doll for 99d
If not convenient for you to trade out $10.00 in merchandise
with us now, you may purchase one of these $3.00 dolls at a
v Special Price of $2.50. '
Fat Dressed Hens, lb. 24c
Young Dressed Fryers, lb. ..........28c
Medium Eggs, fresh, , doz 35c
Standard Eggs, doz ......40c
Round Steak, lb. .'.24c
Sirloin, lb , ......24c .
Sirloin Tips, lb 24c
T-Bone, lb. ...... L., ; .L....'26c
Rump Roast, lb. .' 15c
Lard, bulk, lb. ...'...'..' ,..i.l5c
Leg Lamb, lb. ::.35c
Eastern Rex Hams, whole or half, .
pound :..'.XlC. 26c
Bacon Squares, lb.: 20c
Pork Spare Ribs, lb 15c
PALACE MEAT MARKET
Phone 68 524 Main St.
Two Deliveries Daily 9 a. m., 2 p. m. FREE!
I ; 0
Service '
and
Courtcay
717
423
Main St.
Main St.
Phone 150
Thone 844
Corner 6th and Main, formerly
FalU Grocery, Phone 83.
Three Stores and Two Markets
On McJn street in Klamath Falls, serving perhaps more customers and enjoying a larger vol
ume of business than any like concern in the city. This position is the result of careful mer
chandising, of rendering better service, handli ng better quality merchandise and offering bet
ter values to the buying public.
Compare our prices, our service and the quality of our merchandise with any found else
where, and note the difference. Ouf reputation for selling the Best for Less, is justified in
the bargains we are offering today. Our position as Klamath County's Leading Fodd Distrib
utors is strengthened by the additional good will created through Better Service, Quality Mer
chandise and Values such as offered in Our Stores today.
For Ideal Food. Stores Try STONE'S Cash Stores and Markets
1
Stone's Supreme Coffee
3 lbs ..Y 1.29
1 lb 1 .45
STONE'S
COFFEE
Stone's Green Bag Coffee
3-uSs...................i...l.OO
l ib;.... ..... .35
Peaches
No. 2 l C'uns, heavy QQ
pyrup. Two for OlC
Tomatoes
No. 2'i cans, stand
ard. 2 Cans
23 c
Peas
Del Monte Picnic size
Tcr can
lie
Laundry Soap
10 Bars P&G Naph- filt
tha. 3 Bars Med. Ivory OO'
Figs
3-lb. -pkgtt. Fresh qq
slock. Per pkg .....LjQ,
Matches
Large boxes, six in
carton. Per carton....
17c
BROOMS
Medium weight, 5-tie
brooms. Each
63c
CLEAN
STORES
CATSUP
Large Bottles, made from on
ripe tomatoes. 2 bottles for. aJajC
Stone's Syrup
Maple.
$1.69
Pure Cane and
1 Gallon
can
.Samples
FREE!
Stone's Syrup
89c
Fine quality, maple fla
vor. One-half
gallon
Samples
FREE!
Stone's Syrup
49c
Try this good
syrup. Qt cans
Jams
3-iu. Jars, assorted
flavors. Each ....
63c
Jams
5-lb. Tins, assorted
flavors. Each
73c
Rolled Oats
43c
9-lb. Clean Cloth
Bags. Each
RICE
Fancy Blue Hose full 07
head ; 5 lbs I O
t
i
Fresh
Merchandise
H. 0. OATS
Quick cooking or regular
style; large size package
35 c
Sweet Spuds
MEDIUM SIZE FANCY GRADE
ALL CLEAN AND UNIFORM SIZE
62 pounds,
25? h
Peaches
Salway Freestones QQ
per crite 17 C
Cabbage
Make kraut now; 1 1 A
per lb 1V2C
Bunch Vegetables
Carrots, turnips,, onions; A
per bunch 4C
Grapes
Muscat, tokay, corni- QQ,
chon, 5 lb. baskets.... t 17 C
Cantaloupes
Large size Hearts o' QfJ
Gold; 4 for vLO C
Apples
Fine quality Jona- QQ-,
thans, per box I7I7C
The Potato Harvest Is On
The biggest harvest in the history, but .only a fraction of the harvest Klamath County vill see
on spuds in the years to come. You will want Ham and Bacon for the spud diggers come to
Stone's for your supply. " Three locations on Main street, the same prices at all locations.
eastern BAcojf ;
29c
Well Smoked Fine Flavor;
Per lb.'
HAMS
First quality Lean Skinned Hams;
Per lb. '. ,
29c
Picnics
Best quality; fresh 1 Q
stock ; per lb X C
Bacon Squares -
For seasoning or rfr
tabic;-per lb. CtKiC
Salt Pork
Save at Stone's;
Per lb
25c,
Swifts Premium Hams
MEDIUM WEIGHT,
MILD CURE Per lb.
29 h
Any teat, any lime, 20c,
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