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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1920)
WEDNESDAY, AriUTi 21, 1029
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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One of the best influences for growing children
is Good Music and right here is where the Gulbran
sen Player Piano helps out by creating a love for it
Why "postpone the getting of a Player from year
to year when convenient terms may be arranged
and prices are so fair?
Compare our prices with those of any other firm
on the coast.
SUBURBAN MODEL $550
COUNTRY SEAT .' $625
WHITE HOUSE $725
Earl Shepherd Company
Time Tells The Truth
507 Main St Klamath Falls, Ore.
Mr. nnri Mm. 11. 0. Mcnousnll of.
Sail Francisco nro registered nt thai
Whlto Pelican hotol.
Jolin Shannon la reported as being i
very 111 nt tils homo on Main street, ',
two nurses ticltiK with him over,
George Urndloy, of Urndloy niul
Evans, la confined to hla bod with
M. A. Mann la moving from -138
Washington street to a temporary
homu on Spring street.
Mrs. Agnes Eskolson Is expected
In Klamath Kails Krlilny owning to
stop at tho Whlto Pollcnn hotol for
n few days of business and pleasure.
In hor old homo. Her many frionds
will bo glad to welcomo hor.
Little Glen Heals, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Deals, had tho mlafortuno
to fall down tho porch stoiw last
night and fractnro tho bono about
tho elbow. Dr. Wright reduced tho
Mrs. Mnler in confined to hor homu
with a bad case of grippe.
J. M. Uedford of Chlloiuiu is re
istoiod at tho Whlto Pelican hotel
.Mrs. Hlortlo left yesterday morn
ing for Portland after n four weeks'
visit with her son, E. Morhcttx, Jr.
WEAK. WEARY WOMEN
Learn the Cause of Dally Woes and
When the back aches""and throbs.
When housework is torture.
When night brings no rest nor
When urinary disorders set in,
Women's lot is a weary one.
' Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Have proved their worth in Klam-i
ath Falls. '
This is one Klamath Falls worn-
an a testimony.
Mrs. Dora Bruley. 911 Unham St..
hays: "I know tho value of Doan's
Kidney Pills and can't say too much
for them. My kidneys uere weas
and 1 had such pains across my back
that I could hardly do my housework.
I became run down and tired easily,
especially mornings. After I took
cold the trouble was always worse
and the action of my kidneys was
irregular. Doan's scon stopped the
backache, that tired worn out fcelln
left and my kidneys acted regularly."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
n-n'p Ktclney Pills the same tnat
Mrs. Bruley had. Fostor-Milburn
v.., Mint.', buflalo, N. Y.
MUSIC PART OK PltOfiltAM
AT liAHOIl .MASS MEETING
Music will be a feature of tho
meeting of organized labor nt Hous
ton's opera house tonight. Several
selections by tho Houston orchestra
will be intorspersd In tho program
of addresses and discussion.
Tho meeting Is open to ever one.
fit begins at S o'clock. With tho ux-
ccption of tho Rev. K. C. Trimblo,
who will deliver tho main address,
tho speakers will bo limited to short
Following Is a list of speakers:
Harbors, II. G. Wortloy; boxmakers,
to ho selected; carpenters, to bo se
lected; culinary alliance, H. M. Wlg
gln; laundry workers, II. I. McKim;
painters, It. H. Lawlor; machinists,
W. S. Conkllng; retail clerks. K. T.
Andrew; tlmberworkors, selected;
The Episcopal Guild will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. O. D. Burko,
239 North Third street.
IMKTV IN TIIK CITY
Lieutenant Commander K. K. Kill
er, U. S. N.. arrived In tho cily last
n'-ht v'h a recruiting party for the'
nary, The terms of naval enlistment
l..o two, three and four years. Ite-1
icruits are given tholr choice of 52
vocational training schools which
embrace every lino of Industrial
I Commander Elder and party will
Something More Than Profits
OST MEN ARE IN BUSINESS FOR THE PURPOSE
OF MAKING MONEY; YOU UNDERSTAND THAT;
THE PROFITS ARE THE OBJECTIVE.
ALL RIGHT. THE NEXT QUESTION IS HOW CAN WE
MAKE OUR BUSINESS PAY THE BEST PROFITS? AND
IN THE ANSWER TO THAT QUESTION LIES THE BIG DIF
FERENCE BETWEEN BUSINESSES.
WE FIGURE THAT A SMALL MARGIN ON A LARGE
VOLUME OF SALES IS MORE PROFITABLE THAN A
LARGE PROFIT ON EACH SALE. WE FIGURE IF WE
SERVE OUR COMMUNITY BY HAVING THE KIGHT
GOODS; AND SELLING THEM AT A FAIR PRICE; AMD
GIVING EACH PURCHASER OUR ASSURANCE THAT HE
SHALL HAVE SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK, OUR
PROFITS TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES.
Service is more than profits;
it's really the source of profit
" I Ain't Mad at Nobody "
The home of Hart Schnf fner & Marx clothes " '
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You; Take No- Chance
For Every .Cam Is Guaranteed
Buy the Five Pound Can of
l)n glad to meet and tall; to any oft
tho naval roscrvo who uaiit informa
tion regarding; the rfcborvo or their
own individual status. Commander
Klder lb also, proparod to lasuo Vic
tory buttons to all honorably dis
charged men of the naval sorvlce.
Tho office of the party Is at tho
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Overland, good me
chanical condition; nowly painted.
Can bo seen Central gnrago, phone
423, II. E. Hague. 21-27
WANTED Harden work and prun
ing trees and roso bushos. Call
LOST Crank off Hupmobllo. Re
turn to Jud Lowe, phone 22M.
mi- ' 'The Qiiafity Coffee of America"
in one and
You will not only make the greatest saving
Lut you will enjoy a coffee first in flavor
and unsurpassed in quality and economy.
OUR WORTH WHILE GUARANTEE
"Your grocer will refund the full price
id you paid tor M.J.B. Coffee, if it does
;-iot, please your taste, no matter how
much you have used out of the can. '
FOR SALE Ono to six extra lino
dairy cows. Theso cows are priced
right, and if you want something
good, better look thorn over. Also
have for salo black mare, llvo years
old, sound and gentlo, weight about
L200. Price $85.00. Frank Moor
land, old Walton ploco near Alta
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FOIl SALE 104-ft. frontago on
Klamath Ave., ncrosn from Ford
garage building. Act quick and call
or seo. W. E. I'orklns, City Milk
Depot, phono 29CJ. 21-tf
WANTED 1 dlshwashor und 1 por
ter at once. Bee Mr. Johnson,
Whlto Pollcan Hotol. 2,1-22
WANTED Engineer, edgerman, for
saw mill; start May 3rd. Wrlto
T. C. LaFronlero, Uray, Cal. 21-23
Completely furnished 5-room
house, on Hoso street, lot 53x154,
Now 4-room and bath, near 9th
stroot pavement, price $2750; terms
I also wrlto all kinds of Insurance
f tO'DAY ' ;
Dorothy Dalton in
'THE MARKET OF SOULS'
A plendld production by Ilatpli Inro showing tho Clay Life
in New York
AI St John (of the famous Arbuckle comedies) in
'-"CLEANING UP" '
Ills Latent and Greate.it Hit
Remember Friday and Saturday, Geraldine Farrar in
"THE FLAME OF THE DESERT"
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