The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, December 20, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE KLAMATH NEWS
CITY BRIEFS
lclinla IC I lrlirt Dilyila
una annci homo fruni O A ('. Id
spend I In. ChrLllnns bull, lav.
wild hi pi, renin. .Mr. ami Mra.
C. K. Dennis.
l.cmes I iir MimIIiiiiI Kx'ihll.'
MrKocuo It rt eaterduy (or .Meil
foul wluu Im will spund several
don before returning lu this rlly.
( liriiiiin (,iri ai Hum-
hurl's. fli'O uur windows. Shop
open oVKnttiKM. McCarthy IIIiIk.
IIS North Till HI. Adv. Istf
At HiIiim.I In Porlliiiiil Itulpll
Turner, iiriiniliii'i.l young mini of
A I Tin-
TOD IV ami I IIVKSK.W
Tin:
WKECK
... frill urlna...
Mlllll.rY M1HIIN mul
M IITOI.ll Mi(il!K(.lll
Mow n I ruin iiiih up
wiped nut n lioKim mar
ling!', and tiMirrcd hi
roitimirr.
Sclcc'iil slmrl Hulije, !.
i . n
AT THE PINE TREE
. TODAY and WEDNESDAY
5 ACTS of VAUDEVILLE r
a::d Fertura Pi:ture 3
N TIIK
l.oltr:.t
UhlxlliiK Wop"
Tlii-
Till: TOTTIA' IIKVI'K
TIiihm' Mfiy Kti'itM'rn'
IIU, MMlIt TKIO
NollM'IIMlriil ll.M
ox thk Bt i:i:i:x.
llnvlil lU'liiain'H Hlno Smrraa
"THE AUCTIONEER"
A pic turn that mm- lit.ii.nn hartn nro tho
miino tho world tirr.
"t.'NOKKWiiHLD" U Coinlnr.
BLANKETS'
imported from
The Hudson Bay Mills in England
Nowhere in tho world can blanket equal those of
the Hudson Hay Company with their limit fibres
which make them practically waterproof as well ns
warm and pliable.-- Theno blankets- come in rod,
white, kuhki, and urey and are priced from $25
to ?ar.
Gifts That Take a Man's Eye
We know what men like beat, and have laid in a
supply of: ,
The- finest finning equipment on the Pacific
const. '
Ciiin;; of every nort, and amunitjon.
Skiis.
Wcbs
Skntca exclusively from Barney & Berry; also
from Spalding.
Canvns hunting clothe.
Leather goods, including bill folds, purses, to
l.aco pouches and slippers.
"if it's mado of Canvas, we have it."
The Gun Store
BARNEY CHAMBERS, Proprietor
I i'iih hi.. mm Kl Nil lllllll III
Kliilimlli County hlKli school, linn
I n il inr I'm tiniiii in uliumi the
Oregon I ii ' 1 1 u n til Ti IninliiKV.
!
To Vl-M I rli n.l. V. I). Hob
liisim nf thin illy In IiuvIiik loilsy
fin' Orovlllo, California, In spend
the holldiiya Willi filenda. lie
; plana to return here ahorlly ufler
; l Im flrat of tlm year.
licnt Millinery Null- At (Jitrt
ruil.'i. (ID ,Mn In St. All hut ul
half price adv. IS lot
.
(il.l IrlniilK Meet Two nlil
time uaaocliit.' met yratcrduy In
Dm lohliy of tlm Ari'mlii Hotel to
illm-iinii old lliuoa. I ir. (In nil v.
I. inner army surgeon In IsMi
Bruin vl.lieil ilih aocllon of Ore
gon. Ill-i Mini move wus in iiiiii
iiiiiiiIi ulii with ( npi. o. ('. Apple
m u tf . Dr. (iaiiily H on hla way tit
upend ilio wliiinr In I, na Angeles
anil eipcttn to return In Ihi!
prliiK to lil home In Spokane.
Ho will Mop over here at that
1 1 inn to i.iii U" a Irlp Willi Cnpi.
Aiiplcgutn over (hti gruundu of
the .Modoc 'War.
1.11m1 l-'nr Oiiklnntl A. K.
Mi Kriiilon nf Kluinuth Kalla left
yesterday for Ouklund, CaMfornlu.
where hn will spend I lie liolliluyii
with friends und nlnl It..
...
H.ilun'o) KimtIhL Kor thin
,wk will h five ludlea' wrist
UUHllCa, WhllK R0(, lH-Jl-Wl'l,
KT.MJK-
AI.KX l-Kltlll:!.
"Hiijiiioiviiiiiir'
l.-HOV mil TO.CIt
'Tlio Now I'mmI ( iir"
26-yeur caacs, 12a and f IS. I
Olovor's Jewelry Store, the home j
of the III street dork. adv.
', Ml' HilMkllia lloloi Mlas;
, llilillil lliiwklilii wan expelled to
urrlve lioniii luxt night from Cor
vnlllH where ul' la u aophomoro
nt O. AC. Hbo In tlm illlUKlltor i
lof Klivrlff l' ii J Mra. Hurt K.
Iliiwkltm.
i
! Irmlnu I'or Nni'ili - Mrii. f
Hulph TurniT will loavo tlm luat J
iof Hi In ik for Kiixono wlir
, nlin will in out lior liualiund who t
' la nlti'liilliiK arliool III I'orllnlid. j
jllioy plun lo ri' in a In In Kiiiioue
'for Clirlatllilia. ,
i I In 1 r rilrra Halo now on nt
, (iortruili-'a Mllllin'ry. 619 Main
8i.-i.mUv. 13-l"l
I t'ourt (if II r Thi! Hoy
Hioul ('ourt of Honor will lo
i In hi Vi-'ln"i.,liiy ovi-nlnR ul
' oVInrk ul ilio l.lurury Imllilliiii.
j Tlm dull) linn Im i ii rhullKi'd from
! Krld:iy lo Wodiii'Mluy. II l urK l
: lliut ull piir.-nu and frli'iula lie
! pri'irlll.
J Iti'luriia l-'niin I'oi-iliiml Shor
' Iff Hurt llawklna roiurnod yemir
duy nioriiliiK from I'oriland whirn
hi. look Ji.o rlilimoii to aorv a
fi'iiti'iu r In tli pinliiii'iitlnry. i
.... I
llinuulliv -l'i,lu nil '" till-1
liiirunlua In lin'a ul Oi-rirttdii'a I
uulf -adv. IJ-10t:
.... !
Mi IImm- Hiiiiii Kii iI M-IIibsh. '
a Hludunt at tlm t'lilvrrnliy of
( ullfornln. Iiua arrived In tint rlly
lo ipfiid Hi holiday with hl
piirxnia. II la n Kruiluuw of Ilia
ilasa of 'a from lhi Klninatli
County Mull a.liool.
...
Motor To Morrill Mr. and
Mra. I.nwi-ll 1'. Dunn and Ml"
Itltn Hhanihart motorud to Mor
rill Hunday wliorn llioy apont tlm
.lay at the Hhamhart runrh. j
I
Itmllntor 1'atrr-SM tho rnd-1
Inlor covora that Hob llyou'a
Auto Top Shop puta on your cur;
for ll.tu.adv. l)H-tf '
... I
n-lvr To lny Zid Hurnca. aon I
of JiiiIko and .Mra. W. II. Ilarnra,
will lirrlvo i toduy from O.A.C.
whoru ho hua ! ii ainudliiK
ach'iol. to apind t!i Chrlatniaa
hulldnys with hla parent.
. .
W ill Arrlvf Tomorrow The
.Mliixoa Lorriilno and Alloen Mor
doff are expeeled to nrrlvo here
toinorrow from CorvulllB lo apond
tho holldnya with their parenta.
Mr. and Mr. M. S. Mordoff.
. .
lnvltl Have Hon A aon v
horn to Mr. and- Mra. Arthur
l.eavllt lulo Hunday BfterniKin lit
! tho (ienorul hoapltal. and hat
,hcen unmed ltohert lto. Hn la
I tho isriiniluon of Judge and Mra.
A. L. I.eavltt.
Must HihIiic Our Immense,
' stock of millinery, so every hat
In the store will bo exactly half
price from flolurdity unlll ('briat
maa. Oertrude's. ndv. 13-101
. .
Mulcr, Kliumlera MolorlllU
Morrla I. Mnler who hna been
with the Algonia Lumber com
pany during the past season, ac
companied by "ned" Saunders,
11127 manager of tho Pelican
husehull club, left this morning
by motor on on extended tour of
California and Arizona. They will
he with friends In Woodland.
Oakland. Pun Francisco, Los
Angeles, Tla Jiinun, C'alexlco and
Phoenix.
.
i Won! Of Father's !cnlh lie
celinl Word of the death of W.
S. Argravos at his homo In Sterl
ing, Illinois, was received Sunday
morning by his two sons of this
city, K. 0. and Jack Argravos.
Is death enme as a shock to
tho family, since It was caused
by apoplexy. Mr. Awrnves visited
his sons in this city in r.U.1.
.
Meet Toilny Tho December
meeting of the Altumont P.-X. A.
will hn held this afternoon at 3.
o'clock at Iho school auditorium.
A short Christmas program will
be presented by tho pupils of the
school.
MALIN NOTES
rKAIll. K. HMITII
j News t'orrciionileiit
MALIN. Ore.. Dec. 19. Hav
ing received a telegram bearing
tho news of her sister's denth,
Mrs. W. D. Dalton left Inst week
(for Mendon, Nebraska, to attend
the funeral.
, Mrs. Krnnk Vlctorln Is the
owner of a new Ford coupo which
Mr. Vlctorln purchased for her
In Klamath Knlls last (Saturday.
Mrs. Kovalouskl and son were
business visitors In Klamatb
I Falls Saturday. '
I Mrs. V. Zumr and Anna were ,
shopping In Klamath Falls last I
Saturday.
j Tho Zumr blacksmith shop was
'closed last week owing to the
fact Hint Mr. Zumr was tn Klam
ath as a witness on the Murphy
trial.
Mr. and Mrs. William Spolek
moved last week to their homo
stead southwest of Malln.
i Mr. Carpenter was In Malln
from Saturday to Monday attend
ing tn business matters.
Miss Wanda Henley of Oakland.
California, la In Malln for an ex-1
'tended visit with relatives. '
TUESDAY, W'CEMljEK 20. 1927
New Envoy
Introducing Ahmed Moukhtar
llin, IUIKIBII IlllUtfDltl w
WoihlniCtoii aluce the war! Al
though upon hla arrival at New
York ho was cloudy guarded by
police, tho atule department char
acterized an "nonnena,:" a report
that a plot to OHKaaalnale him
hud been detected.
Oregon Exports
Show Decrease I
For Past Year;
', , ' ' , ,, ,
-txporta of niercbiindlsliig from
M'll!lllVCTtl1 Ill I 1111
Oregon wero vjlucd nt HI.OBi.-,
328 during the second quarter
of 1!I27, compared with $17.K1S,-;
92D during the corresponding
period of 19211. a decrease of
tt. 751. Cel. Thcso figures were
made public today hy the depart
ment of commerce,
j Wheat valued nt J3.9ri3.4T6
wus the first In order. of value
.among the conunnditica'scnt from
ill.c state to foreign market a dur
ing the three month period. Kx
porta of boards, planks and scant
IIiiks were valued nt M. 703. 06:1.
followed in order hy wheat flour,
$003,962; sawed timber soft
woods. I7S3.4SS: milk and cream,
f,oft,!ijr; wood manufactures,
S7.1.9ri6, and logs and hewn
limber $.102.2!i6.
Total cxportB of merchandise
from the t'nltcd States during
the second quarter of 1927 were
valued at II. 135. 803. 219 com
pared with ll.or,6. 004. 430 dur
ing the corresponding period of
1926. an Increase of J79.798.
"S9. Oregon ranked 22nd in tho
Hat of exports by stales.
DEATHS
e. w. K(x;kis
j E. W. Rogers, 45. passed away
Sunday evening nt Ills residence,
at Pine nidge. Oregon, where he
had resided for the past year.
Rogers' Illness was brief. Ho was
a natlvo of Texas, an unmarried
man nn'd leaves to mourn his pas
sing, three brothers and one sis
ter, all residing In Texas. These
irehillven hnVM heen nntiftcil and
Instructions nro being nwnited
hefore funeral arrangements will
i bo announced. The remains nro
i In repose In the slumber room
nt the Karl Whltlock funeral
home. Pino nvcnuo at Sixth,
where friends may call.
For results use News Class Ada
Kinkajou
IT S NKW!
Baker Dance Studio
luillroom anil stage
Prlvnto lessons by
appointment.
Class Thursday, 8 p. m.
Lady and gentlemen
Instructors.
1113 Main Rt.
Phono 1I.T.0
For reservations Phone 10F1 1
Wo cater to private parties
and banquets
Olene Hot Spring?
Chicken Dinners and
Entertainment
!4-Honr
Service
Ten miles out
at old Oleno
v .
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" if.i" 1 1
I .,-aa, .1 m: r a
Woman Touring
u v W V
Eyesight Fails
.MII.lVAI KKK. Wl., Dee. 19. 'jj
H I') Vvlilln h'r alslit jrowa j
'Hoi iik i.bii aiirourhe On. total
lMlndiiii4 whtrli ip nlalliu he- If
llevo la llievllnlile. Mix Corel I;
! II ivfoua In toilrlnic Kurope In : h
tin utternpl to atore In her mind J
, enoiiKir iinpr? tlona of lhi world i
t Un.l tbo rct of her llfo. ;jj
! 'Hie pmpouv oi lier hurried Ij
tour of the chief cltlea aliroudJJ
' ni'.a made tiduy In lottera rtr
nlvi.d hero hy frlendi of Ml
lUvloua, who Kiuduiiiid wiMi
lupli hon-ra from Hie I'nlver
rlly nt Wlaeonaln l;i 132C. S
ilho hua uthleve'l a reputu- (
tlou i.oioiik frleudb aa a ihh-iIs
ead It wm understood ahe ex- i
iierted lo continue writing a R E
earer even tlinaxh predleMona :l
or n;ieeiullit that ahe will loi.e I;
Inr ai;:ht come true.
When Mia Ilovioua lsst write ; !
Inr frlinda ahe wan In Munich i
lili Mira Stella Him. head ul 'I
Im (lirmun h:ut.i- at nlaronaln Ii
ul'lM-rally. She already had via- I.
IK-d London and I'arls end plan-jj
mil to ko on to Herlln and j
Home, vlewlrn the rums, art 'j
treamires and ai hltectural trimpha jj
of the old world. : j
Khe wan making up her mind, ilj
her frlenda aald, a muaeum of j
vlrual memoriea on which ahe
could cull for reminder of the p
ivorld of siKht when her eyes J
Incline n.-eleil.
llf Ilovioua lived In Taconia,
iw'aah.. for many year. Her
; mother lives In Hollywood.
She la a member of I'hi Beta
ICappa. natlrnnl acholaatlc fra
ternity. PjlIUCC MUfliet
Buys Fine Meat j
The Palace Market has pur-
chased the prize winning ateer i
which won the blue ribbon at the j
Klamath County Fair. O. Dean,;
manager of the market, an
nounced lust night.
The aleer will be on display ,
In the Palace Market windows
loduy. and will later be rut and
mid nt regular beef prices.
NKW WAY TO. STOP FITS
Wonderful resuila nro reported
i
Iv Kpllcpay Colonic using a new
i ' y ,hat ,topll ,he mmt .tub-
,)orn casus ( Epilentlc flu or
, spnmna n-id la not habit lormlng.
Any reiider who rends name to
' I'henole'plol Co.. Dept. B-642. Box
71. St. Johna Place Station,'
Hronmyn, a. .. win receive a
free booklet explaining this newi
Kiierantecd treatment. W rite
tlicm today. Adv.
J"-
fSS
IS - tw i a---' teafa&mi we&H ' -
DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR
gift headquarters;'
Has the large. t stocky the best ; quality The lowest prices and
service that satisfies. Your purchases wrapped for mailing free
' Drink Shaker
' $9.00
Decanter with
Tray and 6
Glasses -
$3.50 to $7.00
5x7 Enlargement
' with Frame
Only 79c
DOLLS
35c to $11.75
Box Stationery
50c to $6.75
WATCHES
$1.50 to $6.00
CLOCKS
$3.00 to $7.50
Candle Sticks
a wonderful array to
choose from, and
priced very low
75c to $7.50 pair
1
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KODAKS
FOR
GIFTS
. "
rO-g53l0aMil0.aftfi
TRY NEWS CLASS ADS GET RESULTS
DANIEL
Guaranteed Slippers ,
Practical, Sensible, Useful
THE XMAS SHOE STORE
HOUSTON & JESTER
Mesh Bags
$10.00
Hand B&gs
$3.00 to $10.00
Brief Cares
$3.50 to $22.00
Bill Folds
$1.00 to $9.50
PERFUME SETS
$1.50 to $15.00
TOILET SETS
$5.00 to $8S.C0
MANICURE SETS
$3.00 to $22.00
Underwood's Pharmacy
KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
GREEN
PAGE THREE
CHRISTMAS
. CARDS
3c to $1.00 each
BOOK ENDS
$1.50 to $14.75 pair
Saylors Chocolates '
50c to $5.00 box
FOUNTAIN PENS
$1.00 to $8.50
POKER SETS
$2.00 lo $10.00
Smokers' Articles
Stands ..$3.25 to $20
Trays 50c to $4
Pipes ....50c to $7.50
Lighters $4.00
Humidors ....$3 to $6
KODAKS
FOR
GIFTS
NEXT TO BLUE BIRD
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