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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1922)
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THE, EVENING HERALD, KEAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Klnmath Firo Protection
Is 100 Per Cent Better
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yl on at throe other tap., revealed
n pressure of S3 pound. A flow
of 1,000 gallons per minute ni
Sixth and Pine and l.Gtffl Rnllons
nor mlniitn nt Sixth ninl Klamath.
both brine pumped nthoitn.
'time, was determined. TUN filjjjskn'
AiadeqUno Unburn' for all pitfluM."
re the' flow N,uftlc!'
, Ti.Trf Alarm .S)Utn
A trst ot tTic flro alarm fyslcm
will bn mndc shortly. afierhlrh
ilu Initurnnro rattnK for thtlty
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later dale tho rate will become cf-
!fcctUo'as of tho date, tho malm
and alarm systems were accepted,
Klamath now stands In Uttlo dan-
tlffi policies of his business.
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back of nn envelope or any oJdltlve systems In th,c entire state. In
soja? of papor ho had In his pocket.! tho opinion of tho flro chief. ,.
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Here are crift thinffs to helD the man or woman
f" who is puzzling out just the best to give "her" be
she wiie, motuer or sweetnean. ueauuiui pre
sents that will delight the heart of every woman.
GLOVES WILL ANSWER
Black, brown, tan or white to
match her other wearables in the
finest Fownes imported kid.
Priced at 2.50 and $3.00
7000 miles they came to please
her desire. Hand made, hand -
painted, hand strung in beautiful
.colors to match her dress.
76c and up.
Dainty underthings in vests,
chemise, camisoles, gowns, bloom
ers of Kayser silk. Always pleas-
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ing arid practical.
You may get them already box
ed or separate. " Initial, embroid
ered, hemstitched, colored, pon
gee. An abundance to choose from.
10c and up.
How the little tots love those
rag dolls to play around with. A.
Funnv characters and costumes.
50c 75c, $1.00.
'A host of the prettiest Ijipsjery of
the year in every color and style to
suit your particular preference. They
may be wool, silk and wool or the
rpure silk either of which are here
intho finest and most serviceable
Tor tho llttlo'
ot3 and grown
irs, J.any styles,
colora and IcatlioiK.
Always a eano and
tor tea or
luncheon a dain
ty apron of or
gandie, 1 a w ii,
lin. Many dif
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A Men's Store's Christmas
Message to Women
You know how hard it is to choose gifts for men. The
problem always .resolves itself into "somothing to
wear," and then begins the frantic last minute search.
Because you haven't kept in close touch with men's
styles, you're often not sure whether what you buy is
i in good taste or not.
It's our business to have the correct;things for, men;
it will be a pleasure to serve you.
A Hart Schaffner & Marx
overcoat is the best gift
For grandfather, for father, for the son away at.col-
'lege: for every man. it is the most welcome thing! you
can biiy a gift the whole family can get t together on.
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I aint mad at nobody
Be sure to bring the kiddies to see Santa tonight. He'll
be at Sixth and Main. $x
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