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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1920)
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MTOMAT, MAT M, ISM
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
No social function is a complete success without
Music. A Gulbransen Player-Piano often saves the
occasion by enabling the vocalist to play her own
accompaniment, by furnishing Gems from the Opera
or the lastest in Dance Music.
Our Store represents the efforts of FiftyFive
Years' Music Business in One Family.
Naturally the leading makes are offered to us first
and the largest and most comprehensive stock of
Pianos, Victrolas and Records will be found in our
Convenient terms if desired so why not get that
Musical Instrument right now?
Earl Shepherd Company
ONE BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY MUSIC
507 Main St Opposite Moe's
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Where Everybody Goei
Follow the Crowds.
Sunday and Monday, May 23-24, Pauline Frederick
In her greatest screen triumph,
ALSO A Sl'KRKMIXG COMEDY
Contlriu iu Show Sunday
l:.in T :. n::ni ::w siml u o'clock
(tirKt Sfiiiilnr inn! IiU ncnnllan
IVii-.tliy i'uy m tlir Piano -.
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; SUATURDAY, MAY 22
Dainty Besse Love, in '
"A YANKEE PRINCESS"
'" and a good comedy
Vou u.t'k un rflrj blix-lc or tmi and uu will find
ttielwat allow In town waiting fur ou
I PERSONAL MENTION
Mrs. M. E, Bend, who Ims boon
visiting her daughter, Mr .1 A, l'jr
ry. roturnoil to lior lioii'e lit lio.-o-hurg
llil morning, ic,r.minnloil by
Mls Jcon Perry, vh win (lt rola
tlvos for wook.
Mr H" Mrs, R. 15, W.itMiTnirK
will leave tomorrow mnrnliw; fur
linker. Ore., to nttuiul tin drum!
I I.oiIko ut 1.0. O. V. ana tli It.'boc-
hnli Assomlily which mi'oU In that
city Tuesilay for threo dv,' m
Mm. 11. 1 4. Kolloy has bcon III at
her homo on tho Kilinnij with
bronchitis tor several tlnyj.
Ch;rlos Rcllloy canio In on last
night's train from his homo nt
l'arUo Springs, Calif., tor n tow days
Glenn Pouch left yeitorday morn
ing tor S.in Francisco for a ton days
visit with his brothor who Is station
ed at Mart Island,
Mr.. Arthur Ford, language teach
cr of tho high school, toft this morn'
Ins; for a visit of several weeks with
her parents who reside In Scuttle.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaul Johnson will
leave about the flrst of the month
for North Carolina for a visit with
Mr. Johnson's mother They expect
to make the entire Jouraey In their
Mrs. W. J. Stelnmeta left this
moraine (or Raker, Ore., where aha
goes as a delegate to the grand
lodge of Rabackaht which meets
there tor three days next, week.
THEATERS MUST PAY
TICKET WAR TAX
WASHINGTON, May 22. Internal
revenue collectors ware Instructed
today to begin the campaign to force
payment of admission taxes collected
by thi-atcrs and movies. Reports
from tho treasury department were
declared to reveal that probably
5,00 such amusoment places have not
turned In tho taxes collected from
WASHINGTON, May 22. Frank
If. Hitchcock, former postmaster
general, has been summoned to ap
pear Monday beforo to lenate-prvsl-dentlal
expenso Investigating com
mittee, as representative of General
Born hard Baruch baa been sum
mned to appear as representative of
Capital - $150,000.00
Surplus - 22,500.00
Klamath State Bank
Hit Daylight Bank
Sixth and Main
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Scarlet days, when love meant all the world and
the game of live was the game of pluck, of nerve,
ofigallantiy, of love.
'A new Griffith picture galvanizing, fascinating,
so different, so distinctive that it tops all his others.
As sure as you live, you must see this picture !
Personally Directed by D. W. Griffith
Dance, Opera House, Tonight.
Music by Urass Oand.
SPRING LAKE Dltll'PINGH
The pte social at the Spring Lake
school Wednenday night was well at
tended and the proceeds from the
sale of the pies was 132.85.
Mr. snd Mrs. Hartey Depuy and
Klxlo Uepuy visited with Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Schrelner Thursday even
Mrs. Glen Stelmen and daughter,
Cleo, visited at Frank Stewart's on
Several families from this neigh
borhood spent Sunday fishing at
Dance, Opera House, Tonight.
Music by Brass Band.
There will be a regular communi
cation of Klamath Lodge No. 77. A.
F. It A. M. Monday evening, May 24,
1920. at 8:00 o'clock p. m. Work In
M. M. Degree.
22-24 QKQ. CHA8TAIN. W. M.
610 Main Street
LUNCHEON FOR LADIES
it one of our specialties. Those who are wearied
with shopping or visiting can stop in this restau
rant and partake of the daintiest repast, perfectly
cooked and served. We have special tables for
ladies as well as special dishes. We invite their
patronage, which, once bestowed, is always con
tinued. Our service is the reason.
The Jewel Cafe 1
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
KOIl KALE Houho Furniture. O.
-' liogue, 615 High. 32
Have a few sacks left at lSe. de
llvered by parcel post ICc. Special
prlco on 300 pound lots. J. II. Hob-
Inson, Grants I'ass, Ore., Rt. 4.
WA.NTKU Kxperlenccd woman
wants work as cook or kitchen
helper. 1247 Pleasant Ave. 22
WANTED Men and family washing
to do at home. 60c a doten rough
dry. 1247 Pleasant Ave. 22
SEVEN BIG REELS
Two CosBfleta Matlaecs Sunday starUaf 1:30 aad S:SO
TWO COMPLETE' SHOWS EACH NIGHT
, K iaerMM In pricea for this 'wonderful prodsctsoa
IT IS RATHER HARD TO KEEP UP THE
PACE WITH THE CARNIVAL IN FULL
BLAST THIS WEEK AND THE CHAU
TAUQUA BEARING DOWN ON US FOR
NEXT WEEK, BUT WE SHOULD NOT OVER
LOOK THE FACT THAT SERVICES ARE TO
BE HELD IN THE VARIOUS CHURCHES OF.
THE CITY TOMORROW IN WHICH ALL
YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF MOST
WELCOME AT THE MORNING SERVICES
OF THE PRESBYTERIAN, FIRST BAPTIST,
METHODIST AND CHRISTIAN CHURCHES.
THERE WILL BE A UNION MEETING OF
THESE CHURCHES ,IN THE EVENING,
WHEN MISS MORROW, A RETURNED MIS
SIONARY FROM INDIA, WILL GIYE A MOST
WANTED LUmlM-r hauling con
tract, any amount. It. II. Mahoney,
White 1'ellcan Hotel. 22-28
The members of tho Woman's Ito
lief Corps will each attend their own
respective churches tomorrow, Mem
orial Sunday, 22
LOST On Keno road betweon Spen
cer creok and Klamath Falls, an
overcoat, Howard it returned to
Whltn Pelican Oarage. 22-27
FOIl KENT Furnlshod bedroom
for gentleman. Mrs. O. Peyton,
C20 Market. 22-24
NUH.HH DESIRES engagements, can'
of Invalid or children. Phone
FOR HALF! 1 bed, mattress and
springs; one kitchen cabinet and
one library table. Horace Shldler.
123 Blith flt. 22.tr.
Dance, Opera House, Tonight.
Music by Ilrass Hand,
LOST Pair grey kid gloves. Suit
able reward for return to Herald
As a boy Hon Tlllett, the great
English labor leader, travelled with
THE PICK OP THE PICTURES
A NEW ONE EVERY DAT
II. W. POOLE, Owner HAUIIY UOKKL, Musical Director
A Romance of the Texas Oil Fields, is
mul the curly licmlril Hon of Erin, Mr. J. Warren Kcrrlgiui, stars
SUNDAY THE SHOW IS CONTINUOUS
anil (ho first pltturo will Mart at 1:110 p. m.
The feature picture on Sunday is
"THE FORBIDDEN WOMAN" '
nnd It truly In a magnificent production with
Clara Kimball Young starring
COME AND HEAR THE NEW 97,000,00 ORGAN-.
"?.'"? !?' 'o heard la Klaasath falla
and the Sunday show la coattanow starting at HM 9Tm,
MATINEE EVERY DAT
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