The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, December 07, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE KLAMATH NEWS
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1927.
PACE TTTRn
Douglas County
, Turkeys Headed j
For South, East
ROHKIII'llu. Or., Dor. . (A.
I' ) Four rarluud nf Douglas
rouity turkeys nrn leaving Rose
burg today (ur Flnrliln, Mua
rliutalle mill New Jersey, filling
order fur ritra tunry birds (ur
the Chrlsliuua liullilay tradu. Thin
I Iho firs! eastern altlpment to
lis inu.lt. (rum llu. fniMim vul
ley (or tlino yir.
Till. shipment foualMln of ap
proximately I il. nil ii itirkoy. mak
ln lolnl of allghtly more limn
1UO.0UU imuniU. Til pries paid
lu III growers wa 4Ue per lb.
Several buyer are announcing
I hat they will receive bird again
licit Monday (ur ahlpmeiila lo
southern California anil uild
waatnrn points, while Ihn hulk of
Ilia turkey for l In. fhrlstmia
traitn will probably ha received
u bunt I ha imii or 2 I tt .
Douglna rouniy haa thla year
Ilia largest turkey crop for uiore
llian alx yeara. ami Ilia bird, duo
to Ilia open (all. hair upon able
(o rama longer than usual and
have matured except tonally wt'll.
ao that limy aro being uard lo
fill orders for extra fancy turknya.
CITY BRIEFS
leaving For Idaho Clarence
Lamp, formerly connected with
t'urrlii'a for Drug, la leaving thla
week-end for llolaa, Idaho where
he hua accepted a poaltlon.
a a
t
Lliroulc lo Han Frnnrlarii
Mill F.lslo Keith waa a vlaltor III
Klumuth Full ycalerday from liar
home In I'ort'laml uiirouta to Han
Francisco where she will spend
NIIIIIU time.
Iter lliuli.a Store- Will ha
!opn every evening until Xmaa.
Adv.
(In lluwlnra loul I'olln of
Chlloquln, wall known merchant,
waa bualneaa vlaltor In Klamath
Folia yeatarday.
Kansas City Firm
Can't Sell Stock u
In Oregon, Order
1 ftwaaS2 MERCHANDlSE:jsi3fc,ewsn
HALKM, Or., Dae. t. p) On
around, that Ita msnagar and
I salesmen failed to comply with
I all tha requirements of the Ora
inn Illue Hky Uw, Htata Corpora-1
tlon Commlaaliinar Mark D. Mc-j
" Calltator haa denied applications
' ' ' , of tha Monarch Royalties Cor-
American legion Meeting An ' poratton of Kansas City to sell
l.lllily llalll Coola On
marked down to 14. Tt at
Begins December aale. Adr
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No Horse Racing
On Florida Track
MIAMI. Kin , the. t ,UI
II or no radii n at Iho lllaluah I ruck
will hi UHtwnilcd I hlii Waxoit,
rrjildoul Joarpti M. Hntoot. nf
tb Mliml Jm-krjr club, mmouncrd
ftiT luprilni of tho rlub'i
. lunrtl of ftirfirtom today.
Hmonl Mulled ft at a turn mil In
which lm MtM Iho dim-lorn liml
derided doflitlltily not lo opn
"brraune iif chain of elrcum
tanrra over which we Uave no
control.'
Htmrtly ftfivr Hmooi'i tta
mo( wiii - m ii do public. I'uul
lloftconi. iirraldntit of iho I'om
IMiiu hor club, announced ft
thrtm-wiH'kV txiHtponriufnt of the
uinvt at rompaiio.
DRY COPS NEARLY
CAUGHT BY COURT
rllOKMX. Aril.. !-. . U'lM
Kla f.Ml..rul prohlliltlon offl-f-l
arrived hnro from l.oa An
B"lpa In I Iiiii today to iarape hi
lot naincd In waranu for lannr
Inn fodnrnl rourt aubpocnaa.
Kpitaral JtldiM.. F. ('. Jaruba,
who dlNitilaed thrt Ihjiior cnaoa
yntrrday lieraun arr.attiii( olll
rora writ not pnwnt at thi. trlil
had threaiiHipd tu Inane t..iirh
warranta for thn uhnviil offltara.
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A l.K Ml ft I'KIOlANK.N'T
WAVK
tut rainy daya, f 15.00
PKAIICE nKAl'TT BIIOI
Standard Dyers
and Cleaners
For IWttrr Appcaranro
Olorlraa Cleaning
Oiie-Dajr Hrrvlre
Kiprrt Dyrlng
1409 Esplanade St.
Phone 825 '
TRAVEL
Many of our graduate find It
eaav to travel, because buaineta
coUes training equip them to
hold poaltloiu Incitiea they viiit.
Writ, ht fRFg UCCP.M C.l.toe.
Enroll .ay llaM. Oftn w can imIp
anutMiu who twd pan ilm. jobr'
wku. alMaoina tchool.
' Behnka-Walker
BUSINESS COLLEGE
Portland x Oreion
Initiation nl lli MoImv Inltl
a i Ion will lm lii-ld at Iho reiular
iiimlliK of the Order nf De
.Molay Thuraday evening In tha
.Maaonk- lodKe rooma. It la ei
pei'tml I hut 10 boya will be In
Itlatntl. ,
e.
Xni (ilfia Lovely dlaplvy.
He our wlndowa. lurnhirt a.
Mi't'arlhy bldg., Ill North 7th
Ht.- adv.
To MB-nil Wliit.-i 8. r. Kd
wnrda Inft yealerday for Kelao.
Waahlnglon, whore be "HI ipend
the wlntvr. lie pinna lo return
lo thla rlty aoma time In April.
...
leaving for Houlh Mr. and
Mm. I'. I., llotk of thla rlty are
leaving today for Irfia Angek-a.
California on a bualneaa and
plraaun. trip.
CookrU I''immI Kanry work, and
rummi ealo will be held In tha
lAM.mla bldg., Tunaday and Wed
neailuy. Auaplrea of the I'reaby-ti-rlan
ladlea auilllary. adv.7-lt
.
' Mi--tlng oIIpI ftr WIiimmU'
Membera of' the W. II. A. are
to meet with Mra. Adolalde Par
ker, illsirlrl doputy, at the home
of Mra. Itlrhnrdann at 04 North
Ninth atroct ' Wrdneaday after
noon. lllg m-pinbrr 'loaranre aale
at Ilea lli-ulni Htore 1! Ho. 7th
atroot. Adv. t-
Important meeting of the Amur
Iran Leglun will be held . thla
evening at I o'clock at. the
legion building., Noinlnitlon of
!uf olflrera for the coming year
Iwlll take plat,
T
I Hf-nixliHiing Promptly al
! tended lo at lie Hrglna Store.
Adv. t-
Hmllll Aaaorlutloa MiHtlim A
moellng of the Klamath couuty
lleatlh Aaaoelatlon will be held
thla evening In the court houie
at 7:3V o'clock. All the membera
are aaked to be present. Thla
will be a regular moetlng.
Xi-w Hhlpmrnt Of coata. hall
and dreaaritOto go on aale today
at Bee Ilrglni Htore Adr. t-
Atlrnillng Trlnl Claud Clopion
la aiMMidlng aereral daya In the
city from hla home near Healiy,
attending the Murphy trial.
Xinne filfta !ovely dlaplay.
Hee our wlndowa. lUrnbert'i
McCarthy bldg., IIS North 71b
HI. adv. 7-l
From Hairy Mra. John A.
Jom-a waa etiopplng In the city
yeatnrday from hor home In
Dairy.
HM-nil day In Aalilanil Mr. and
Mra. Harry floeller and children
and Mra. Nate Otterbeln motored
j u ju.ii.anu .ill oK.uru7 w iiv.v
IIIP7 afv.l. .no u 7 a i num.
of Mra. Olterbcln'a mother, Mra.
A. I.. Harvey.
Kvrrythlitat la on aale at flee
lli'Ilna Store It Ho. 7th atreet.
Adv. 6t-
atork In thla alula.
The concern deala In oil roy
altlea. . Ita (Irat application to
aell alork III Oregon waa made
early In the ear, aalea to be at
par, and a granted.
A oecond application waa raad4
uly l. to aell 1200.000 worth
of atock above par and a third
waa filed October 7 for a $100.
000 permit, thla aale alio to be
above par. Doth were denied.
While n Inveatlgatlon Into the
record nf the ealoamen waa be
ing made by the department, the
manager and oalenmen, according
lo MrCalllater. left to atate. The
permit granted on the flrat ap-
j plication haa been impended. It
! la believed, however, that this
liaue. which waa S100.000, wa i
nearly all oold. and It la believed
the company Is paying dividend
Ion thla atock. -
Terrific Storm j
Hits Montana;
J4-
All $d.85 SHOES
REDUCED
on the money saving shoe racks in the
Downstairs Economy
Shoe Store '
$.85
to O
k!2
The Reason
l.ravlug for Iioiim Mlaa Grace
Hkltimir pluns to leave Sunday
Mr hor home at Moscow, Idaho
where alio will remain for some
time.
Motor ! (Iilloquln J. J.
Miller of the Southern' Pacific
oftlcra motored to Chlloquln yea
tonltiy on a bualneaa trip.
Nrw I'patalr Hlmp Just ar
rived, new shipment of beautiful
winter coats. Also rain coals, at
rock bottom prices. Itoom 7.
Mnlhano Illdg., oppoilte court
bouse. adv. I7-tf
lravliig for 1 Aniflea Mrs.
Leach, who haa been a gumt In
the city Ii leaving Friday for her
homo In Lot Angelei. California.
On Way Houlli Jack McCaul
Iffo. prominent rancher of the
Fort Klamnth couutry, waa In tho
j'lly yratvrday rnroiite south with
a loa di.f cnttle.
Friiii llealty lleglnald Hchon
chln. prominent resident of llo
atty, waa transacting business In
the city Tuesday.
Motor to Mrilr.ml Mike La-
veil lik left yeAterday for Medford
where he will apend aeveral days
receiving medical attention.
Milk Itrraara On ante for ouly
14.06 at Bee Begins December
Sale. Aijv. 6t-
HELENA, Mont., Dec. , (IP
A blltxard which spread over;
the eastern half of Montana yes
terday had apent Itself today.
leaving sero and aub-sero tem-j
peralurea. Predictions of snow !
and continued cold Indicated the'
region was due to retain Its seroj
temperatures for another 14 j
hours. I
All of a crew of 25 construe-1
Hon workers, which was lost In
the storm hsd been located andj
returned safely to Shelby. Rescue
crewa found eight men huddled .
together In an abandoned aback I
about alz miles from Hhelby and
Inter reached 14 othera approzl
mately ten hours after they had I
been caught ny ine aiorm. i no .
men did not hare a camp and j
wnlted too long before starting I
their trurk toward their homos
In Shelby. " j
It was still Impossible to get
In communication with Brady. 80
miles north of Oreat Falla. whore.
It waa reported, a bus carrying i
1 ( school children had been I
marooned In the snow drifts.;
Kfforts to check the report In
nearby cities, also failed aa tele- j
phones and telegraph com muni-!
cation In that district was still
j severed.
Beginning tomorrow morning only IJ 85
shoes will be featured on the racks. By
this change of policy we will increase
o.ir yearly volume to the extent whereby
14.50 and even $5.00 values can be offer
ed you at only $3.85. Thus It means
greater value to you and greater vol
ume lo us. Iess profit on each individ
ual sale, but more sales which at I lie end
of the vear show the same figures to ns.
tiOl.DKN BULK'S nation-wide policy Is
to Increase the number of aalea by lower
price, rather than having fewer sales st
blgher prices. ,
Includes:
Straps
Ties
Oxfords
Pumps
An Accomplishment !
Since Inaugurating thla system of tha
self-service shoe racks, two years ago, we , '
have met with the highest success. The , ,
public haa realised the savings to tSem
aa the result of thla system of catting ji . .
down .our overhead ... expense. And-
now to further the success of the shoe
buslneaa. yet offering yon nearly dou-
hie vainest we add bigger and better lines .
of footwear in sizes 2 Vi to 8 In widths '
of A's to D's, with some styles in E's 1
and KE's at this astonishing price of
only $3.85.
Buy Holiday Footwear at a Saving.
Only the Very Latest Styles,
Patterns and Colors Shown. ;
a
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5ee Formal Opening
Wednesday.
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See Our Page Ad in
the Xmas Edition.
Buy Penny Christmas Seals Help Fight Tuberculosis
ltd urn llonir Oordon Smith,' .
who haa been apendlng the pi" rlinciinaa Qq1q
!...lr .. Ih. hum. nf hi. hMlk.l VllllOUIIUO UVUIO
and alater-tn-law, Mr. and Mra.
Roderick Smith, returned to hi
home near Grant Pasa Monday
evening.
MERRILL HIGH
NOTES
Sell Well Here
1 t,nM ..a alnnta,! tn
the federal constitution." 'fj
The affirmatire for Merrill was
UDheld by Miss Lonlse Dalton
The dates for the senior play 'and Ray Beasly. The Merrill'
j negative team, wno aeoaiea m,
(Klamath Falls was composed of:
I uoratne ueasiy ana cveiyn nan.
WEST TULE LAKE
AT TMK
PINE TREE
TIIKATRK
LAST HHOWINO TOK.W
5 Big Acts 5
Vaudeville
...anil...
RAMON NOVAIlltO with
A LICK TKKRY In
"LOVERS"
The season's dramatic
sensation! !
Coming Till RMII.W ami
FRIDAY
Wnllnce Raymond
II K K II V IIATt O S
...In...
"Fireman Save
My Child"
aeveral weeks and hope to enter-;
lain a big audience at the Mer-'
rill Community Hull next Thurs-!
day night, and at the Malin ;
the triumphant banner of he con-1 Community hall Friday evening
ntieror. i e.ia u owt. u win oisu w
Tuberculosis Is the greatest , presented
movement tint they help to fin
anre. For the fight against tuber
culosis Is slowly moving to a
glorious victory and the seal Is
I single cause of orphanago
MUM. . KVKRKTT DI'RKKK
(News Corrrnpoililent )
Tule Lake is enjoying some
I mild winter weather after the
I rains we have been having for
the last month.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Culver left
Sunday for a few daya visit at
Cottage Grove. Wllhur Kaatwood
Is doing their rhoros while they
are gone.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Tugute this country. The fight against
were In Klamath Falls one dayit is financed by the Christmas
last week. It. Fugate and Arden sral annual silo,
experienced gottlng lost on Tule j The early responses to the
Lake last week while hunting. Mie here have been most grat
Thcy were only lost one night I (tying but there Is a large number
but derldod that was enough. !not yet, returned. The committee
M. P. Galarnean haa moved charge thla year are asking
onto hla homestead. i now that returna be made as soon
Mrs. Almo Newton returned M possible ao that the sale may j
tiaiuruur iron mruioru wnere De concluded by Christmas or
she has been receiving medical before.
treatment for snmo time. !
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dunbar and
When a Feller Needs a Friend"
. , , . . hare been aet tor December 8 at
Christmas Is drawing so near
that It la In order to auggost Merrill and December at Malin. I Boln Klamath Falls teams won
that all Christmas mall be sealed I The p!ay Is a three-act comedy : the debate.
with the Utile allcker that stands 1 ...i.ui . .... ..,., iifn
for health and the Christmas j humor wMch (nurej f one Merrill high Monday. Margaret j
spirit. The seals make a cheerful j I!m who hag. Been attending '
decoration for packages and let- J"""' cooa time The- cast , Roseburg. and Rex
ters. and are symbolic of the! has been preparing this play for; were added to the
Four new students enrolled In
freshman class, and Irene Flem
ings and oLuls Hill were enroll
ed as Juniors.
High schocl basketball prac
tice started Thursday evening
t the Henley Auditor- under the coaching of Mr. Hen-
injlum but the date has not been dricason.
definitely set.
- The debating contest between
Merrill high schcol and Klamath
county high school was held Fri
day evening. The question was
"Resolved that the child
I
Coal dealers say the warm
autumn nearly ruined their busi- I
ness. Well, they can't expect to
fuel all the people all of the
labor j time.
MILLS ADDITION
IVe Welcameyou
to Portland. ?O0 rfmfcvrtsW rotMns,
Mrh with bath. KMionibii run.
, Convrnirnt cJown-town location.
Nat Mnrfsrr personal mnnnimTfil
SAM U. ADKISSON
Six HOTEL
CONGRESS
PORTLAND. OREGON
Mr. and Mra. Jim Freund spent
tho day Sunday at the John
Snider homo.
I Mrs. E. II. Durkee railed at tha
Ed Hnrnbeak homo at Shasta
i View ono day last week.
! Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adams have
moved back on their homestead I hor health.
after being absent for some time. I Mrs. Charles I Simpson and
The California Oregon PowetjMrs. 1). C, Wlrss entertained the
company Is Installing poles and newly-formed "Take-an-hour-for-wire
for the homestead on th ' pleasure" 600 club at the homo of
west side. They have them as , Mrs. Simpson at Altamont Acres.
SIRS. C. W. HAMMOND
: MILLS ADDITION. Dec. . Miss
Sarah LeMaster who has been
suffering from a severe attack of
I pneumonia Is rapidly regaining
At The
L-I-B-E-R-T-Y
LAST MIIOW1NO TODAY
HUNTLKY GORDON
and MAR RL'SCH In
"The Truthful
Sex"
An amailng drama of the
lollies of modern marrlaga
In a world gone mad with
Jan.
Coming TIIVRSDAY and
FRIDAY
Z A N K ORE Y'8
"The Forlorn
River"
with JACK HOLT snd
RAYMOND 1IATTON
far as the Bob Adams place.
Stove Takacs Is plowing on
his place and will soon bo done.
MKRRV MILKMAN' ASK
IIIOIIT TO UK 'MKRRY'
BOSTON, Dec'. (p) An un
happy quartet of "milkmen" has
I appeared In court here seeking
Ian Injunction to make them ex
clusively "merry." They claim
that since 1925 they have been
known on the radio aa the "Four
Moiry Mlikmon" and hove reg'
Islered Iho name, as a' form of
advertisement with tho secretary
of state. Of late, they claim, an
other group lof singers has been
broadcasting under the name of
"The Merry Milkmen." The quar
tet wlah lo enjoin the other : rls
singers and the station from
broadcasting any "Merry Milk
man" programs unless they par
ticipate. They also ask dam
ages. Old newspapers for anle at the
News office.
The club constats of a few ladles
who are to meet alternately at
tho homes of members. ,
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Saunders
wore the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. French Thursday.
George Dowd has sold a. half
Interest In his barber shop on
East Main street to Harry Kamp.
one of Klamath Falla' well-known
barbers.
That Mills' Addition Is having
a substantial growth is evidenced
by the number of homes rented
to new comers by our local real
estate m;in K. J. McFall.
The honor roll of tho high i
school printed In one of the ,
papers last week contained an
I error since the name of Miss
, Frances Barry was printed Frnn-
Barry, thus depriving Miss
CdLbs'hf V-
1 1 t HZS? '
Berry of credit due
George Davis and family, re
cently of Reclamation atreet,.
novo moved to another part of
the city. Mr. Davis la an auto
mobile mechanic and has moved
-to a place more convenient to
his work.
To break a cold harmlessly ana' in a hurry try a Bayer Aspirin i
tablet. And for headache. The action of Aspirin is very efficient. !
too, in cases of neuralgia, neuritis, even rheumatism and lumbago! :
And there's no after effect : doctors give Aspirin to children
often infants. Whenever there's pain, think of Aspirin. The !
genuine Bayer Aspirin lias Bayer on the box and on every tablet.
All druggists, with proven directions.
Physicians prescribe Bayer Aspirin;
it does NOT affect the heart
Aiplrla It Itit trail mark of Bajrcr Manufacture of MonoaeetlcaeltWter tt Sllcyllcet4
FOR CHRISTMAS
We have a complete gtocic, of all sort of
Athletic Equipment Every thing to delight
the heart of every active nyJev Unbeatable
quality throughout Here's ydur chance to
solve that gift problem easily
TENNIS RACQUETS
TENNIS BALLS
BASKETBALLS
BASEBALLS
FOOTBALLS
GOLF BAGS
GOLF CLUBS
BOXING GLOVES
ICE SKATES ,
TENTS
RIFLES
COOKING KITS
FISHING REELS
Folks, we have just received a shipment of
beautiful, genuine Hudson Bay Blankets,
. made in England. t The ONLY Hudson Bay
Blanket is made in England.
The Gun Store
"BARNEY CHAMBERS"
Phone 59 619 Main
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