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    THE KLAMATH NEWS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER fi, 1027.
PAGE THREE
i 1 '
CITY BRIEFS
roads with In Rood condition and '
(hut tin hlich way south nf Mai In
to HikmimvIIIk In very good
condition ec,pi for u few mtV i
HIO(H, '
DEATHS
, l.mlli. , l. Tu Med A iiii'cIIiik
nl Ihn Ml, 1 .11 K I Imlli ulil will hi.'
Iii'hl nt Hie hii.ii.. i,r Mm. Myom
nil Hi.. Morrill mini Wihi.riliiy
iiflcriiiiiiii, I .,.. in h.r 7. This will
Ihi h ri"K ii In r in.'. '11111!
IIIK Hiii'IiiImi' rli.jiruu.'v km l
ill IHw llrnina Mliini tail Ho T I It
Klici'l. AtW, tll-H-
1.1'iitli.K Tor I'.il.iriiili (IxnrKK
I1 11 .1 li lii I pin nit in , iiv in a
Hlmrl limn fur I'i.iiIiI.i, Ciilnniil i
nil a liiiMiiijH and itlciiHllrii dip
lli will ri'lmii Iiiiiiii' tliriiimh
Hun lili'iiii, ( ulir.iiiilii. nml pinna
In ri'lmii In ihla ell y bImiiii
March I. Iluillilnl rniiiiirliil
wild I ho Villi. Htm. Him Iiiiiiii
linn Hcrvlcr
.
CIll-UllllHii NM'rtlll - K II K ! II Ii
ri'rilllilirnt Wnvi'ii. IIOIIU; kium'
on I '"Ml. I'Iiiiiiii I2IIKM, Walnut--adv
ii t
l'iini Kur I'ui-ilanil
Wells li'ft tun nliilil (nr
liiiul mi n liiiNlni'im i rip
l". ('.
I'nil-
Xlluu (.1(1. FiK
display I in r ii Ii ii r i .
lilii., II II Nnrili
adv.
our Invi'ly
Mrl'nrl Ii y
"III Street
4-31
On Ilii. In.'- M o Will, in. ,,(
llllllllll WilK l ll .l.rl Xll Ho-
lll Kliiniiilli Fulls Miiliiliiy
I l.i- tl.Kln Nl,,,.. Win .
"IH'ii i urjf rvi niiiK mull Xiiium
--Ail, f.i.ii
Hrrl.inl. III Kt ni'Ht N't'llkun
who I. inn ti.( with Hi ii.
m hli'lll llllluii irm k. tunli'im
in seriously III lu tin, 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1
Viilliy lliispllul, nml tils friends
will hi. iiiri-y In li-nni Hint liu Ih
hi Ihn crliliul luiiilliliin,
Until Vi.ur Hull fur Xlllfm tliuiln
frmii Hinlch Dclklrk twlsm. N.
II. Drew, "Men Tons," ail v, 3 -III
VIiIHiik "i) A. II K ii ml r ii in
if Hpukiilii', Wni'liliiKdiii, Ih
UiimhIIiik several ilayn In Kin Mi
ll III 1'u I In mi ImmIiiciiii ami pic nu
ll rn.
9
I'ivi'r.wlilitit -Ih tin mill nt lien
lii'KliiH Htiim Hii, 7lh Blriiol.
-Aiiv. , ma
HlH'i'iiliitf l-'riini MimIuc Point
Mm. N. V. Hnnlil.ini nml Mm. It
A. Ittillciilytic were sh.ipplliK In
I Im illy vi.i . i ilu y fruiii Hull
hiillui nt Mndm I'lillll.
Xinus ;irin- Hiu our lovely
i!lni!uy. ' liiiriihurrn. McCarthy
1)1.1 if . IIS Nurlh "til Hlrri-t.
mlv. 4-'Jt
MiiiTl.-il Hiilin.liiy Mm. Olive
lli'i-liit lli-ntin nml Kiilh Walter
Hills, linlh nf Klnnililll Kails,
with iiiilti-i in iiuirrliiRii Huluriliiy
In i i lnliiT ;i. Iiy Hcv. J. Ili.nry
Tliiimun Mr. nu.l Mm. Kills will
make their (nl mi. hump hi this
.ID.
Hllk lrvoe On nit I fur only
I I II j 111 Mee Iti'KillH December
Hale Adv fit-
Ml uit'.t itidx Miss Vfvlun
Mil'auiey. .Ntd. Joy Kviiiin. Les
ter Cofe-r and Joe Kvnn malornl
in i lu l.iivu llnU in Cullfririilu
Hunility wlii-ro i)m mmiiI Ih luy
t ilirlMK riivi-K. They rcnirl Dm-
i 'w I'ltwinlrN Nhop 'Junt ur
rlvcfl, imw HhtpiiK'nt nf ht'Hiitlfnl
wlnttir i'ohIh. Alfo ruin couii, nt
; rnrk liotlnin (irli i'. Kumn 7.
MiUmiitt Hliltf., opiiOMlto rfmrt
hit n, -mlv. 27-tf
Uuti'v i-'ur liii(iiint-A. .
: Knnihill 1if( hint illicit for Mllrn
(!Hy, Motilnnu, wht r h IiIkhh
u niM-nil hoiim lliiif.
I
' IJiuly lliiln tH On null-
(iiuikiMl down ,tn 4 . 7 S ill V. ni
(irfjiiin l(cnih(r hmIii. Adv. fit'!
I li tor Tu lI'iHunji -KiimI IX
PiM.n. roiinty n-hoit HtiKrliilfnl
'flit, inn1orf in Moiuinxtl ycMltT
diiy wlu'Mi hi- iihhImImI in orKunlc
I m; Dm now I'nli-n hU;)i mlioul
' bouril.
'IiiIhIiiiii hMi lal - KiiKr'fi tr
j miini-iit wavt'n, 110 (JO, (itiurnn
toed, rttono 1 2 0 K -M , Mi'i Walnut.-
ndv.
VUHh VnIIi 1'uiil l.unilirl
of (hn Kliiriiulh Uy and ClfiiuliiK
worlm motor'd lo CJritntt Vnnn
over tho wfi-k-cnd on u 1iihIiicmh
, Hud pli'iixiin I rln.
w Hhloinriil Of reitlH, liat m
. nml lrt"tii-M to irn on njiIc toditv
at Uv Iti-KliiH Sioic Adv ill Ii
Huhy Miiu ThotiiiiM, lifted V.
yvHr. pUHMid nwny lut tvniin '
nt (ho homo of hr parents, Mr j
mid Mih. John w. Judd. i:nr,
JohiiHon avtiiiu, Mrfi. ThonniH
!;a) l.'-c n u rcnl.h-nl of Kin rim Hi
Kail hi.' on month, JiuvI-ik
coino hero from fteno, Nvml;i,
for thi hi-iitfll of hT bra Hh.
In iiddillon to hur pnrciiU, Mrn.
ThouiaH Im mirvlvod hy '
brother. J. WIIIIm Judd of V.nhv, j
Ai lomi The n mnlii nro In tho !
rar of the K'orl Whlllock funernl
hom wluro filfii(ln mny cull
nml pay thnlr ronpft-tH, An- ;
iifiinu i meiit of fniiir;il arnttiK"- ,
nirnlM lo bv made lulvr.
1 lit funeral hw vlcen for 'the j
lute t'alvln K. Ilnlna were held j
yciilerday nftt-rnoon at 2:30 from :
tho Karl Whhlork funeral home
uiirt lu'erniint made In Llnkvllle
eeintMery. Tli floral trlbuteM
were iiuuieroim and hpaullful,
AntoiiK tho He ullendlnK thu Hcrv
doH worn a n ii m bo r of (rleuo i
from tho Cnmpbell-Towlo Mill nt
Sprnxue Itlvwr, at whkh pla-.. j
d-reased was formerly employe!.
It wa mm kit, t l I !! ihmt fhft
mitumlion. Un nnm tid a youth mupwd to b m
pmmion at inrtoomni mnti vutu urpntd in thm
mrit of mnolofitu womam on thm uiht tta
hmaulitul mnU pnpulmr girt whtt had itltiJ ttm
youth hmrMuom ha wn "too lnW." ($tom
t Highway," January Jtua . v
btuty Slug mm.) , Is?
Copco Stock To j
Take New Jump!
I f:
I
i
Of purllcular interest to the '
ninny local runtomrrR anil nhnrn- I
holderH of the California Ore Ron !
t. nvcr company Ih Ihn announce- ;
mo:it appearing eUewhero In thin ,
l-jlM-r lo the of feet that the price ,
of C'Uftca prferred utock will
ukuIii itdvHiice en Friday, leni-
bur 1 C. TIiIh increase In price
ts made iicceniuiry by un active
du'nand and BtroiiK finnnelul j
mc.rket for thin type of necnrlty I
throiiKhout the country. It Ik j
further Jimtlflnd by the hatUfur-
tory pioKresn which a belnx !
made toward the completion of j
the company new important de- .
vetopineiilH. ThcHO proJuctK. when j
completed, will materially In- I
crease the company'a earn In x
capacity.
Announcenent c-f the advance
on December 16 In made at thin
time for tho benefit of atock
holderfi and prtmpertive purcbaK
ers who may wish to take ad
VimtaKft of the prenent low price
of tlti-UO per nhare.
It In announced that the Copco
iuvmtiuent deparlmeiil will re
main o,tn until mliliilRht on
ThurMln December 15, to ac
cent Inht minute KtiKucrintionii fr
. ... . 'thin popular nerurHy. Any sub-
I " l nvvUnuL received after that time
!Moi. Waller Davln were Bhopplni; . w h( RCCrvtoA al the new price
and vlHliltiK wlih friendu In Ktam- ! oI $ns.0O a shure provldlnn there
iath FiiIIm yenterday from t!u;r tH 0ny slock left to sell after
home In He no. December 15,
Axhtjind VMioi IMIl ( A hern
of A mIi In nd wan n loiM'if vIh- ,
Itor In Klarnuth FiilU yesterday.,
.
I l ulon I.iimli Will open Mon
day mornlriK under tho mauune-j
n ut of Ceore Adams, located at
Clfi Kin mhi th nven uc Adv. Jtl
i ! rm errf II Frank lerent
and J. W. Ihtni were trail) .ictlnK
buKiuetiK In t hi city yecterdny
i from thctr bone in Merrill.
I ' '
I llcniMilit hliiK Promptly al
t ended to ut I lee Ili'Kins Store.
'Adv. Ct-6
j . .
' Itrti'MiH Fniin Ashland Hurry
Hill returned from Ashland yes-li-rduy
where he hni bei'ii ttpend
Inx several days looking over the
greenhouses for Christmas plantH.
WhenFlarning Wuih
Steps Out !
From Itrntly Jeff
prominent resident of
was a visitor Int he city
day.
Itlddl ", .
lieaity. ,
yester- (
Economies of
Operation
FOR fifty yews Swift & Company
has been handling' perishable
meat products. During that
time an efficient money-saving sys
tem of marketing has been developed.
Science has been utilized to find
new uses for many products that once
were waste and better uses for old
products. Multiplied uses have in
creased volume. Increased volumo
has resulted in decreased manu
facturing and marketing expense.
Experience, science and skill have
reduced waste to a minimum.
Swift's marketing system means
only on profit and that is low.
For the entire operation of convert
ing live animals into Premium Ham
and Bacon, Brookfield Sausage and
other finished meat products and dis
tributing them to the retailer, Swift &
Company receives a profit from all
sources averaging only a fraction of
a cent per pound.
' ' The National Distribution Con
ference in 1925 found the whole
sale expenses of the packers' branch
houses to be the lowest of the seven
teen trades studied.
These economies of operation
make possible full market value for
live stock and lowest possible prices
for meat. Swift & Company serves
both producer and consumer
efficiently and well.
Swift & Company
Klamath Falls Branch, 810 Market Street
L. E. Mead, Manager
From Olenn Kllhwnrf h Mo-vo
of Olene was traiiMctlue buci
iiesH hi the city yesterday.
1
Murrli1 In California MIhh
Thelma (Jrlzzle. daughter of Mr .
i and Mrs. C. I. lirlzxle of thin
city, beenme the bride of Joseph
Kails at Campbell, California,
yesterday, according to word re
i eelved by her parents. After a
i motor trip through Idaho, Ftau
I and Washington they will return
, to this city to make their home.
I Tho bride who graduated from
the Kluiunth county high school
with the class of "'7 has been
attending coIIcko In California.
Tho groom Is manager of Stone's
Cash (irocery of this city.
SPRING LAKE
Dry Cods Pilfer
Cafe Durins Raid
rilOKMX. Ariz.. Dec. 5. tCIM,
Federal prohibition agents nro
not authorized to take money
from an establishment while raid-!
lug it, according to a decision !
made hy Federal Judge F. C. 1
Jacobs hero today. !
The officers who had taken a '
S100 hill and a $5 bill from the;
Illai k Cat Cafe. at Florence.
Artxonn, were forced to return t Fricke,
the money to the defendant.
Mil, NCIIl'ltKltT. Sit.
ewH CorrrHndi'nt)
."I'KINO I.AKK. Dec. 6. Frank
Stewart, prominent Spring hake
farmer left Thursday for Uerk
eley. California, where ho will
son his specialist and undergo
n double operatiou.
Car) Schubert. Jr.. and family
w, rn visiting Sunday with their
parents at the ranch.
Andrew Folsom was butcher
ing at th IJnrthlof ranch last
w eek.
Allen Cheyne has been In Lan
gell valley for the past week do
ing carpenter work for Mrs. M.
Kvytiold. ,
Mrs. V. Cheyne wan a busi
ness and shopping visitor In the
city Wednesday.
A pie social was held at tho
Mt. Kakl Ht'hool Wednesday eve
ning. All present enjoyed a fine
time.
Mrs. It. L. Thompson and Mrs.
(J. H, Klliott were visitors at the
hoino of Mrs. W. Cheyne Wednes
day. Mrs. C. A. Henderson, county
music teacher, visited the Spring
Lake school Inst week.
The county nurse, Miss I.ydia
vlwited tho children of
the Spring I.nlte school last week.
j . j Lester Sehrelner la shipping a
i VIM) MAN'S IMIDY couple of carloads of spuds over
LOS ANCJKLKS. Dec. 5. f HIM .to the Uoynf Fine valley where
'The body of a man Identified i ho has found ng ood market for
jna A. V. Llnd, of Aberdeen. Wash-; them.
Ington. apparently a suicide by II. L. Jones and his neighbor
poison, was found In a room In Carl Schubert. Sr.. were trnnact
n hotel here tonight. A note ling business In Klamath Falls
Friday.
asked 1 hat Mrs. J. I. Llnd. of,
Aherdean, ho notified. j
IN the main lounge of a college fraternity a
youth reading quietly. A friend enters. "What
ho, big boy 1 Not stepping out tonight f Aw
right so long. Got a red-hoc mamma that
craves attention."
:. i"i
Two co-eds on the campu. Fir girl: Tra
taking that good-looking fraternity bo to the
dance.' Second Girl: "What! That poor sap?
He'd no more think of kissing a girl than
strangling his grandmother."
The fraternity lounge few months later. The
studious youth, his face now white and drawn
gets up to leave "Where toT friend inquires, (
MWho knows who cares P he replies coUly.
He goes to his room and with the chilling laugh
of a man whose soul is sick and screaming, he!
smashes the picture of a beautiful co-cd
; ' (iv - ,.vy
Just as spark may start a terrible conflagration,
so these cynical youths are soon to stand aghast
ar the violence, terror, shame and ruin thac
follows. Thewholestory is frankly, fearlessly told
in "Hell's Highway," January True Story Mag-'
azine. No true chronicle ever published weaves
such a spell of pity for thoughtless, reckless,
pleasure-mad youth.
Stories of Real Life Thrillingly Told
( Abowa) " YOU LITTLE WILD CAT," ha eriad.
A motharlamt girl' longing to aacapa tha
cruda aurrounding ot hat rough mountain
homa and tha dtarmintion of a ruthta
younf acoundr! to drag har down to hi
own laval, ara vividly dewcribad in "vVhipar
ing Tonga," January Trua Story Mgtnm.
The romantic doings of imaginary
people in a world of make-believe
may interest all of us at timci. But
for stories that really grip the imagi
nation and thrill the emotions, wc
must turn to the thrilling drama of
life itself. The stories in True Story
Magazine are of living, breathing
human beings who love, hate, struggle,
suffer, rise and fall in the whirling
battle of life.
Besides numerous fascinating special depart
ments, you will find fourteen thrilling narra
tives in January True Story that are actual
transcripts of human experience. This issue
U out now. Your newsdealer has tCi-
price only a quarter. Get your copy
today.
Contents of January Issue.
AM Mad When Society Sin
Her Last MomaI When th Post Call
Whiiprrinj Toajw Trapped by Dtmimy
She Couldn't The Two Women
ttcape Love LHe hlatrrietM.
And Six Other Stories
- Use the Coupon if No .Newsstand U Convenient
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I wUb to eeeenM familiar vlw True Story mneaaia.
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Carh year True Story
Majatlne par trwu
ttmiiot dollar for true
ticrtcf. In Tourlife
intTrmaybeaMoryttir
which we are willint to
pay kaoiJeomelv.Pinea
ranee from i2C0 to
SI XCO each, lb Jan
uaty tMtw contain lull
paitKulan.
JL On Sale At All Newsstands as
(If yo-j prefer to ex-unloe the mafrasine before BUkaeribinr, limply
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Negro Students Woman Will Put i
Can Be Isolated Off Ear Graft:
PHOKNIX, Ari.. Dec. 5. ll!P)
Tho Hchool board ( or school
..-...,- . ..., ....... ...... aU,(, Ja M(.(.artl .
Dower when colored students are .
secreaated from those of u,0 attempted
white race, according to a state; for grafting purposes,
supreme court decision
here today.
CHICAOO, Dec. 5. (UP) The,
market for human ears Is satur-j
attorney, who
to find a suitable ear
announced
made today. ,
! The
Tho supreme court sustained :
the verdict of the superior
court which upheld tthe judg-;
men! of the trustees of the Doug-i
lass. Arizona, high school district
27. named defendants by Fair
fax Hurnwlde, Negro, as plaintiff.
MAY UK ;.;STKK
PHOKNIX. Art.. Dee. 6. (1'IM
Department of Justice agenta
are Investigating tho report that
Do Vern Hoffman, held here on
alleged violation of the Dyer
act. Is a Chicago gangster. It
wna said tonight.
A hearing hefore I'ntted States
Commissioner Henry C. Davidson
was postponed Indefinitely pend
ing the outcome of the Investiga
tion .
ealthy divorcee who of
fered $2,500 for the desired
member, has decided to postpone
the operation indeflutely. McCar
thy said, and no more applicants
are wanted. i
For Year Round!
Chrmmasr Cheer-;
' Oive Convenience
J
V
4
telephone
or an
cxtraision
telephone
Kinkajou
IT'S NEW!
Baker Dance Studio
llnllrooin and stiiKe
Private lessom by
appointment.
CIiim Thumilay, H p. tn.
Lady and gentlemen
instructor,,
ma Slain st.
. . Phono 1 1.18
A
NTIWT KIDKII KIl.l.KIt
HOLLYWOOD. Dec 6. (fPI
Louis J. l'i'iiii, motnrcyilc
stunt rider for the (Mirinlle Film
rotnpnity, wnii killed Instantly tn-
ilny when IiIh machine collided !
with nn automobllo irmk. IVnn
fnrmerly lived in KnmoHtead, Pa.'
DOUBLE ACTION
Same Price
FOR. OVETl3$YERS
25ounc?s for 25
Why pay war prices?
. Our Government
AT THK.
LIBERTY
-THKATHK-
TODAV nml WKIIXKSDAY
"The Truthful
Sex"
...fentiirhiR...
IU NTLKY frOHDON
and MAK lU'SCII
The madness of modern
marriage In n world gone
mad from Jiux.
,XKWS nml Cf)MKIY
' Adnifr.slon
10c and 20c
5
AT THE PINE TREE
TODAY and WEDNESDAY
ACTS VAUDEVILLE
& FEATURE PICTURE
.ON THK ST.MJK
5
MII. KIHIIK KOdKRS.
"N'iiIs for DcHNcrt'
SIIAKI anil t'OlT
"The lllinili Hell"
Mil. 1011 H WI S nml hi- IVW.IO (aitl.H
'"'SHrlll nml Mii.h.c
;ui.m: atk gr.xitTKT
Mimic, Siiiik anil Danil.
MR. AUT NPKIN'fiKK
"At The Parly"
IX Til K SCItKKN'....
RAMON NOVARRO and ALICE TERRY in
"LOVERS':
They were happy nml honor.ilile and then came the polB
oncd toiiRiio nf Hiandul. Waa It their fault?
To wife or mother it will help .'"
lighten household duties and bring
friends and relatives within voice a
reach.
For the young folks-it makes the
home a clearing house for social "'.
engagements. ; ''
With friends and relatives nearby
and in distant places a means of'
closer personal ties.
i i t
Adequate telephone service in the
ho:ne is i conittnt source of convert-
i 'nee to every member of the family
an aid and protection in times of emer
gency or danger. .. ,
In the spirit of the season, let your
thoughtfulncss be expressed by giving
this ytar 'nund convenience and pleas
ure in the home.
Our business office is ready to serve
you.
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Christmas Tree!
STOP AT THE
MANX HOTEL
, San Francisco' best
popular priced hotel
in Powell -St., be
tween (ie.iry and O'.
Karrell in the heart
of the theatrical dis
trict und close to nil
down town actlvlifi'N.
Fi ii ii ii InK icewuter In
every .room. Your
auto checked nt door
like - liatnttRC. Our
dining room in con.
nectlon eorves hrcak
fuHt 35 cent, lunch
Si) renin and dinner
80 cents.
See this famouH tree ablaze, "on
the slopes of Twin Peaks, ,with
its myriad of brightly colored
liKhts. (December 17 to 31).
Dazling and stupendous. . . . .
a sight you should not miss. Sbh
Francisco beckons you to join In
the holidny merriment. Make
your headquarters at the popu
lar HOTEL MANX, at I'owoll
and O'Farroll Rtrcets near ev
erything. Rates are most reason
able. Running ice water i.i., ev
ery room, 'i
76ed Millions ot 'Pound
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