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MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY 03
SO PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. EASY TERMS
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THE EVENING HERALD
Imiied Dully, Kxctit Suiiilsy, by the
HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. O. SMITH, Editor
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KLAMATH FALLS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 19. IMS.
DKSKItVi: TI1K ritlZK
cut Id us tliat .im have a IiIk henit
mid etioiiHh of tlu- milk or human
knottiest in our nature to mnko sev
i'i ul I'iiiiihIm or butter
"Vi nn wIIIIiik to lake our ehiuie
en ntiiiliint the uIiIuuh or ()iei;ou uiul
wish to bo the hottev suckle to j mil '
o;il(. We expect In hold (our aics '
in tills iMiin or hearts.autt leave oth
ers to liolil 1111 Inquest Let im know
lit onto ir miii will kIvo another mil' ,
pel mid invito Uomemhei, time In
Il IllK mid leap enr will soon ln none I
Now Is onr chance to meet tliee!
slnioii-iuiie iroiliietH or the dark mid '
blood Ki'ouud mid K''t some expert-
elK'e or tlli widow "rt tulle tleiiKlllK '
that ou will not utile with im. but!
.. ; lei us lieat (rum ou 10011. I remain
leber An our old (rlend Solomon epeiuiiitl.
.id nay. she Is iiltoKelher loel,' "KI.VIUA MII.I.KU. ,
.inn too Kpod (or the bail nor too bad ,"S'eielnr o( the Amalmiiiiuted OiUei ,
ror the Kooil. KIIIIiik our i ItUeiw In , "' liilu-ky Widows " '
ellRlhle bachelors mid wblowela. by llultcts iiiadt. o( cork are to bo llre.1 .
(I'olk County ttemlter i
Slnco Uncl Hill llrown ki.vo ilU'tho elo.o Keason Iuih thinned out our
famous blrthdny d Inner to wWuwn he
la rvcolvlne dally ueveral letter (roiii.,lU,4,l,c,l,,K ",em frolu t,UJ w- 'll at leodlni; nutoUtn by the iolleo of1
nil part o( tho United State, moatl) hlluu ,lu' "tlu'r W J ' read New York L'lty The new riiu I the
written In n Jovial vein, or which tlio'nn 1K'comit of '0,lr '"hday rent in invention of a rronchiiinn and I wild
(ollowlni: g n lamplo ,,u' l",1,cr ""'' fouml ""ll '"" w,'r" to boerreetlve In eauiliiB reeklestH mi-!
"23S Kat IJroadwnv. Uiulsvlllv. rldl "" l'"',,,!,1' J1"" rked (or , mists to ulaeken npooil mid uirrondcr
1V Hor T 1lllS "i'iv .- ui-ivi iiiiiii-u i nmi anil win
' "Dear Mr. Urown Tru.tltiK that on' IK",'t ','11, ,"' xu ttl" '" "
none o( tho window,, carried oft the ;vall a year for .he next spread; u.uko
prize at your recent banquet. I write " nnonorb affair, and I urn certain
to you In behalf of the Amalgamated lml w !" "ur c"'" l'
Asgoclatlon of Kentucky Widows audi
'the railroad people and dcmmidt a
.sr.XIt TAIIXHtlVO IIOL'SK.
1 Jul I en' and Gents' Suits made to
rdvr. ClemilnK. pressltiK and repair-
n K a specialty. .Mnln St , Wilson lit k.
T-linii K.MMITT Itin'KS. Prop.
womi:n-! iia.aau- -ltoom :or,,
Ilaldwlu llldK I'aucy Work on Sale
'upon It. your naiiio, the simple name .
of Drown, will ko stnmpedlnK clon
fli.t ti.ilt. . fiitiin
llij ilium ui i4tiii. . .
i in nuvina uruas.
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nnn.l rmllnn In ontor Its mem- ' !" "" " ""' ! wreKl.l.,
ber. In the matrimonial handicap. c omela U w rallrnad us thro.iKl.
You have lost the time of your life. at V U. 'U ,r!iu'' '" " pr,vnU'
the very everyday existence, by nut.?,r '"l"ied with postcards adveitls.!
knowing our home brand of widows.; lne nn-v nj" non "1' """V "v"
wblnwa lv death ami bv dtrtH. some ' coiilntftH with Us.nnd you ran depend
bavlni; their los by insurance, some
by alimony. They were bred In old
Kentucky and are more mellow and
.t...iR.. i.nM i... ...i.idi... ti.... i "ou wilt flml us a ehon sue! of
can set u swirtcr pace than Its horses. , beauty, brains and wit. widows who CllClTliC&lS &I1Q tnClT
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HUU lire HHITlVr lUUU IIS UJlllfc IfVUI. VU VUUR, lllllll", w IIU tllll llfUK, ll-,
though not so green. ows who never got the hook, wiil-l
"The blue grass widow has inherit- owm who bring to book, little willows'
ed all the good and gracious gifts of and big ones, dashing bold widows 1
nature, ber satin skin cxcclls the shin- and thoso as shy as n ham sandwleh '
Ing akin of the racer, you can light In Jerusalem. Tho men or Dalles will
your cigar at her eyes and warm yonr be so frustrated by our arrival that
hands at her heart, the rose pasture they will rhase around like an old
on her check, her lips are redder and hen with ducks. Wo are all bottled
sweeter thnn a illco of Georgia water- In bond nnd havo our names In the
melon, while her hair Is like light and herd book; wo are skittish, but rati
dark Hurley, her form displays more , be taught to stand without hitching
curves than a champion b.iseball pit- and cat out of your hand. It Is pal-'
tions, we buy only
from the most reliable
sources, Insuring the
Highest in Quality.
Buy "His" Christmas
Gifts at a Men's Store
Ladies are especially invited to visit our
Store. Here you can find an abandance
of good things that will please men folks
Men's Suits . $10 to $-10 Hoycr lints . $.1.00
Men's Overcoats $ 'J to $.10 Hole Proof Hosiery.. $1.50
Boys' Suits.. . $3 to $1S Silk Underwear $2 to $5
Boys' Overcoats $3 to $12 Sweaters $1 to $5
Smoking Jackets $5 to $10 l-'ancy Vests $1.50 to $5
Pajamas . $J to $5 Nei.kwe.ir 35c to $2
Dress Shirts 75c to $3.50 Silk Stispcmlcrs 50c to $250
The Portland Clothing
and Shoe Store
AGENTS FOR HART. SHAl-TNER cv MARX CLOTHING. W. L. DOUGLAS
SHOES. AND HOLE PROOF HOSILRY
Have vou liud on- l Unite Sun
INiglu ilgars at the Mcnum li" The
best llte-reiil ilgar on the market 30
The American Hotel IMnliii; I loom
Is open all nlgi.t. r.esh o iters ev
ery day. iu.tr
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Gifts That Will Please
Each and every article in our Holiday Stock
was very carefully selected. Nothing was bought
hap hazard. We believe in securing goods which
To secure gifts that will please, just visit our
store and see our large and varied stock. The
stock is now complete; make early selections.
or btr a lift alcu will t i
I b isMd mtajr lusts a dr all .;
I Va jcar (or our itsrs. I
I PAXXXS Lucky Ourv I
1 Fountain Pen J 'i
B Vaaj Wtatirol. srtutlc t- M V
A tlfsi la spkUI Xbu MM T
L twits. rrtcn rroB, MtM i.
m I1.SO Up. Utiara MWM ?
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Single Meals 35 cents
Meal Tickets, 21 Meals - - $5.00
Rooms - - 25 and 50 cents per night
Rooms - $1.50 and $2.00 per week
J. A. HOUSTON, Proprietor
BALDWIN & BALDWIN
Not Brothers; Just Plumbers
PLUMBERS AND STEAM FITTERS
CONTRACT WORK A SPECIALTY
Prices Reasonable and
CIIAS. K. WOliUBN
A. M WOKDKN
The American Bank and Trust Go.
QtatirmAtT7 A11 tne newest things in
OlailUllCiy. correct Stationery in
beautiful gift boxes. One of the most satisfac
tory gifts. Prices from 50c. to $2.50.
An ideal gift for a lady is
a nice gift package of her
favorite perfume. We keep all the standard
odors in beautifully decorated and artistic gift
biAR DRUG STORE
CflTldlS resh for tne Holiduys from
vallUlCo Nunnally's factory by express
TftilPf- Qptfi We arc Particularly
1U11Cl OCID. proud of the gel8 we
are showing this year. In sets from three to ten
pieces in beautifully decorated boxes.
Fine Brush Gifts: 7
beautiful presents can be chosen from our fine
line of bristle goods.
BIG LINE OF COPYRIGHT NOVELS JUST RECEIVED
The above is only a small portion of our immense Xmas stock. By
all means see these goods soon, while all lines are unbroken, fresh
and dainty. Come and look. Tell your friends to come also.
STAR DRUG STORE
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Cor. Slit and Mnln Street
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I Lot iiii l it for you. Everything Home Made. Prtcei !
Hensfinnhlp iipv&n a cdvimitv ?
i Wit put up box luncherf; also luncheB for liuntW, flshinir 2-
unci pienic parties. :: A trial will convince you that it j
im ' !. vu kiiiiii lu uuni:.
i KLAMATH FALLS BAKERY
The Christmas Emporium
They Have It."
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tiei unr mvan at rmukin w .it
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