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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
AT Till: HTAIt THKATIIK
"Tho Forbidden Thing." playing
lonlsht at tuo Star li perhaps tho
Juost humanly Interesting and absorb
ing photoplay of tho season, It It
ui Allan Dwan picture, and the flno
Stand of tho director li toon through
out Iti several reel of entertainment.
Lighting effect aro excellent, while
tho technical details, tho ntniospho're,
types and all that enter Into tho
picture aro virtually perfect from
James Klrkwood head a notable
ait which Includes Helen Jerome
-Eddy, Marcla Manon, King Uaggott,
by tho mastor hand of
,ls always sincere and
. Tho scones of tho story nrd laid
In tho Capo Cod fishing district, and
all tho human joys nnd sorrows of a
happy or unhappy peoplo run with
aatoutldlng Interest from tho first
reel to tho last.
Savo 20 on men's suits and
overcoats this week at K. K. K.
$5000 will buy a half Interest In
ono of tho best money milking pro-
Oortrudn PInlrn. JncV iio.oli.leh. Ar. Positions In Klamath count. Apply
Xhur Thalasso, Newton Mall nnd oth-Hox ., Herald. 2
20 oft on nil men's suits, over
coats, dress shirts and shoes. K K
K. Store. 29-S
rs., Tho Interpretative work.
You ii R man. :Ui, ninrriod, d
lrr ntvponMblo position In
KlnmatU Kail. Prefer lunk,
lumber emuny, railroad of
fice or other Iatro corporation,
but will consider otliev. Juilg-'
ftvnt, experience, charnrtcjv At
tention to tlctnll. Host of refer
ences. llnv field relxinlble
porcrnment position mt iven
yewr. Phone UHS-M. 2
And shoo In the store at 20 less
; than than regular price this week nti
K. K. K. store. 39-5
TIMIKS IN co.vritoi OK
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TIFMS, Dec. 2. Tho Armenian
forces have been driven eastward by
the Turkish nationalists, until th'o
territory they hold Is entirely outside
tho traditional boundaries of Ar
Rowing at the.
THE FORBIDDEN THING"
Produced by 11 an Dwan
with, a Special Cast
This production U one of the blggrnt picture of
tho year and Is one of thoe picture that dcnls with
the every-doy life of the people down home.
at the Liberty
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE
ALWAYS BLAMED FOR
How would it sujt you to be the prize
goat of the Smithville Orphanage, the
"first guess" of everybody around the
place whenever anything went wrong?
How would YOU like to be known as a
"bad boy" when you really and truly
weren't any sich thing? Would you,
mad-like, beat it from such a place ?
OUR HERO DID!
And then what ?
Only more trouble. A kid must eat.
Our hero ate of food that was not his.
ZIP THE JUVENILE COURT! Did
the judge send him up for life ?
No doubt what has gone before fully
prepares you even for such hard-luck
news! But the judge wasn't that kind.
You'd better go and see this judge
and the boy and, oh yes! a girl in
"THE SOUL OF YOUTH"
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Books for Children
Our line of Christmas Books is the very finest and most complete ever shown
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fviamatn rails. Below we give a list or some or uic best ones we nave, aitnougn mere arc
t dozens of others that we are compelled to omit for lack of space.
Most of these books are finely illustrated in color, by the best artists. All of them in
addition to their attractiveness combine educational features with amusement.
Come in and look them over.
Make your selections NOW while the assortments are complete.
BOOKS FOR 40 CENTS BOOKS FOR $1.50
Nancy the Naughty Quacky Doodles and Danny Daddies Book
Mrs. Beak Duck Rhymes for Kindly Children
Scout Quack and Dolly Dutch Kernel Cob and Little Miss Clover
Terrier Tim ' i My Very Own Fairy Stories
Little Sihbad the "Sailor It, Winkle,. Twinkle and Lollypop. . .
Foxey Brush Tail Fairy Tales from France
A Tale of a Bold Bad Mouse Wild Flower Children
The Three Bad Ducklings Mother Earth's Children
The Mystery of Cabbage Patch House Bird Children
Twinkle Mouse of Cornstalk Cottage Raggedy Ann
The Mouse Minstrel and Dolly Dutch Pcrhappsey Chaps
Tuffy, Teddy and Toots Kiddie Kar Book
Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp Hinky Pinky
The Story of Peter Rabbit Billy Be-Nimble
The Night Before Christmas Billy Bumpkins
Cinderella Jack and the Beanstalk
Moer Gooie OTHER BOOKS
Black Beauty All Aboard for Wonderland $1.25
Alice in Wonderland . The Rea, Mother Googe 3 25
BOOKS FOR 75 CENTS ' Mother Goose Annual 2.00
Little Jenny Wren The Peter Patter Book 3.50
Betty Blue The Story of the Ship 2.00
Three Little Pigs Mother Goose and Goslings 1.75
Nonsense A. B. C's Raggedy Andy . 1.35
Hot Cross Buns Billy Whiskers at the Circus 1.75
The Tale of Flopsey Bunnies Easy to Read Story Book :... 1.50
Chunkey the Happy Hippo Aviation Book , 1,75
BOOKS FOR 85 CENTS BOOKS FOR 15 AND 25 CENTS
Little Snow White and Other Stories Dogs and Puppies
Red Riding Hood, and Other Stories . Animal Friends' A. B. C.
Little Match Girl and Other Stories . Three Bears
The Giggle Quicks One, Two, Buckle My Shoe
Little Babs Mother Goose
The Bam Bam Clock Night Before Christmas
The Jolly Old Shadow Man My Animal Book
The Lovely Garden Baby's First Lesson ' '
Sunny Bunny Three Little Kittens ' 'j! ' ' ' '
The Little Brown Bear , Red Riding Hood ''.
Over the Rainbow Bridge , Dicky Birds A. B. C's '
Billy Bunny's Fortune Tiny Tots' A. B. C's
Come Play With Me Seedtime to Harvest '
Billy Whiskers The Zoo A. B. C's
Out-of-town customers are invited to send us their orders. Please make second and third
choices and send 5 cents postage for one book, and one cent for each additional one selected.
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