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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
v . . THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON fwdat, novkmbbh 4, imi. $1
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Bobblo (3 years old). No b
SisVt. dod mado tho strpci, ' bat
'jt'iidy mado Ihe sidewalk,'
,IOWTO BKIili A UATIIINU HUrr
This is a lovoly .bathing nlt.
It Is,, mnclam. '
lliit n trlflo or daring In design.
'Ah. madam, a woman without n
perfect flguro couldn't wear thls'sult.
Of courap not. ,1'H tako It.
It In estimated thoro nro now 16,-
,0 bablun immoil Wnhhon Gamaliel
iWTaBe'best; ;but,ullraony. seems, to
ho a uTOiu koou euro ror a uroKon
Tho prohibitionists nro anxious for
the country ,to dry up, and tho coun
try la tinxlous ror tliu prohlb'UfonistH.
t dry up.
DftjM nro gottltiK shorter, with tho
excontlon of tho day' boforo pay day,
Ah old laity,, hearing; somoono say
the malls wcro Tory Irregular, said:
"If waa bo ,ln my young days, no
trustla' of 'am."
At taatitt sayH nothing can giro a
man a much' grontor' fooling of sat
isfaction and good fooling toward
tin world in gonoral than a well till
T see the latest plcturo of Ar
buckle go to tho roguoV gallery.
Bron if Uabo Ruth weren't the
(Home Jiun King ho would certainly
bo'tho Pijn'co of Whnlos.'
Tho man who Is bothered with so
such company ho can't work might
.'tar eating onions, suggests Hill Oa-
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l'oter Tumbledown says the easiest
'way to dig potatoes Is to wait till
the ground froczos up, then blast
( them out with dynamite Tboro in
ao sorting, ns tho explosion blows
tho small onos out of sight, and no
' dirt mllioros to tho big ones. 'Host
of ,1'ator'a PptntocSj nro Btlll in the
ground, howovor, us ho can't find
any nolghbor who is willing to, lend
him dynamite to try out tho scheme
Music bath charms to sootho tho
'A Pittsburg man Iras boon pinched
tor Urlng with two wives in tho same
hosse. Any man who Is genius
fmoigk to got away with, a stunt llko
that should really bo loft unmolested
by ostsldo Influences.
It Is not tho blggost thing that
makes tho most nolso. You can hoar
u pair of roller skates farther down
tho street than you can hear a Cad
The two most loathod bugs in ex-
Istenco aro tho bodbug and tho hum
bug, says Dee Powell.
llodorn dress lias one thing, at
least, In Its favor, tit has romovod
tho Yncontlvo to patronlzo burlcsquo
'Alao wo reckon that logs woro con
sidered useful boforo thoy camo to
bo regarded as ornamental.
The Unltod States balloonUts
must have 'been actually yearning for
trouble whon they picked ou(. tho
Irish son to fall Into.
When a girt snVs "you," until even
tho carfaro runs dry, life heed not
loso all of its Joy at least sho can
liaTo tho pleasuro of walking on a
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Tho heartache and the thousand
fonnntg aro heir to 'lis a con
Dovoutly to bo wish'd. To hunt t
"to pack ,
To movo;' perchance, rcgrot. Ahl
thoro's tho rnb
That makes us think 'twero wiser
to stay here.
Tough prison walls are swooter to
Than nro tbeso mant'cla to bur
, qulv'rlng senses.
O burdon! whcnVwo'd shuftlod six
And taken on a foarsorao here's
Which makes tho act of niorlng
seem sn base
That after wo" had pruned 'to fit
" four rooms,
We might not' ron haVe hot water
For who would- boar the agent's
Whips and scorns.
Tho owner's, thrusts, tho Janitor's
Who'd grunt and sweat undor tho
nut that tho fear of somothlng
oren worse, "'
Unfurnished rooms to lot, keeps us
And mnkes us rather bear tho flats
Than fly to others that wo know
StliKH TAX liAUNCllfn)
WAHINOTON, Nor. 4. Senator
Smoot launched his fight for the
sales tax, after tho tax revision meas
ure was perfected. Tho sales tax levy
proponents claim 40 vots havo been
pledged for their plan.
NEW VOIIK 'MAN OLATED
' , GEIMfAN AMIIABMADOR
WASHINGTON. Nov. 4-Tho pres
ident Is understood "to bs considering
naming Alnnson B. Houghton, at
Corning, N, Y., ns ambassador to
Germany; 1 ,
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COIOnEft IIBAV1EH TO
bliASH AT PORTIiANfs
PORTLAND, ,Nor. 4 Harry W11U
colored heavyweight, is booked to '
fight Denver Ed Martin, in a ton
round bout In Milwaukee, on Novem
ber 16th. i ' "
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Chinese Joss-paper asd Joss-stlcjcsl.
used by tho Chinese for sacrifices at
religious 'and family celebrations, nro
produced of bamboo,
Why pick out for yeur friend a
man whoso dog won't. follow him?
t A pew portrait of tho forpicr
rlneons Xenut of 'Orteee, who re
cently marrM the yaunc American
millionaire, .WJUtam 9- Leeds. Im
TO MOVE, Oil NOT TO ,MOVB
(Uy Constanco Murray Greene in
To move, or not to move, that Is
Whether 'tis nobler for a time to
Tho slings nnd arrows of tho pres
Or to "wear off our feet finding
In hands perhaps moro vicious. To
bunt to movo -
No moro; nnd by a move to think
Kiddies' Colds Can
Be Eased Quickly
Dr. King's Ncyr Discovery will do
that very thing, easily and quickly.
Don't say. "Poor little kiddle, I wish
J knew what to dojfor youl",. When
the couch first comes, give a little Dr.
King's New piscovcry as directed, and
' it will soon' be cased.
It's a good family cough and cold
remedy, too. Loosens up the phlegm,
clears up the cough, relieves the con
gestion. No, harmful drugs. For fifty
'years a standard remedy for colds,
cougls, grippe. At your druggists,
,60c. a bottle.
For Colds and Coughs
the system, with Dr. King's Pills,
Tbcy prompt free bile flow, stir up
the lazy liver and get at the root of the
trouble. All druggists, 25c
D, PROMPT I '"WONT GRIPE
, . '. it i
buy your Fresh Meats from -
Our Meats cost you no more and
they are handled under the most
Sanitary methods 'known. - ,
Two Deliveries "Daily
The Sanitary Meat Market I
1 IN ENDERS GROCERY
Sixth 'and Main-Sts.
Geo. Bratton Lawrence Ruconich
Saving Dollars Daily at the Price Smashing
LA VpGUE STORES FORGED TO THROW ENTIRE STOCKS OF NEW FALL COATS, SUITS ,
DRESSES, SKIRTS, WAISTS, SWEATERS, MlLLINERfY, FURS, PETTICOATS, ETC.
Suits that sold regularly for
Other Suits for $19.45, $24.50 and $39.50
These suits are well worth Houble the
Silk, Wool and Worsted Skirts, regularly
sold as high as $15.00.. $2.95
Other White Wool Serge and Flannel
Skirts at'V2 their forme1 r prices. j
Middies, formerly sold for as much as
$3.75 :., 95c.
r WAISTS j
White Voile Waists, regularly priced at ',
v $3.50 95c ;
Silk Jersey Petticoats, regular $5.00
values ..A...T $1.95
At the Mercy
White Gaberdine Skirts in the newest
tyie : $1.25
New arrivals in tailored ' and trimmed
Hats, $5.95, $3.95 and.......:..$2;5Q
Everyone worth double the price asked.
FIFTH AT MAIN
50 Coats in all wool polo cloth, in the lat
est sport models, good $35.00
. values .t 10.55
25 all wool Coats in velours and silver
tones, silk lined and elaborately em-r
, broidered .'. $17.95
30 and 36 inch Plush Coats, some self
trimmed, others trimmed in fur and
Astrakan, worth $37.50 and
D R E S.S E S
A lot of Voile Dresses offered on sale
A special lot of Voile and Organdy Dres
ses, $6.95 sfcid $3 Q5
Extra Special 200 Dresses, including
taffetas, satins, wools, serges and
Jerseys . $8.95
Very Best Shrivers All Wool Jersey
Sport Coats .'. $4,95
Regular $5.00 Smocks reduced for this
ale to .: , : 95c