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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 21 July 1909

Vv . A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THE PUBLIC Having moved into our new store in the Mang Block on Sixth St., where we will carry the most complete and up-to-date stock of Furniture Carpets, Oil Cloth, Linoleum, etc., you are invited to come and inspect our stock, whether you buy or not E. W. GILLETTE & CO., KEg YIUtK lKMAKI KXIHTH Hilt OHK HON API'I.KM. LEASING 'ARTICULAR w EOPLE ' AYS -The Boston Store U 111- 1 ' ll"-l ' Not Ordinary Clothes by any means The Sincerity Brand people are well known to the majority of particular men In America as makers of most authentically styled, accurately talloicd and finest quality clothes. We are prepared to show you a handsome assortment Hosiery Underwear Shirts Guaranteed e pairs 6 moBths All Kinds Cluet and Peabody Iim rgAta FU taoctnl of aeasonsble OLAAO largest tine In the county to IVrY UUUQH gooesare always oundst right SMlOCS K-tcct from, be Bikes and prices Guir , lo everyone most up-to-date styles The ston Store 4 Stop and Figure! MIDLA...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 21 July 1909

EiLi i A Great Sacrificing Clean-Up Sale Beginning Wednesday, July 14, 1909 Not only a few special items ore offered at tempting prices, but the entire stock of odds and ends are reduced without any distinction. Nothing reserved; nothing spared. No person in Klamath Falls shouldoverlook the extraordinary savings this great sale affords. . Hi '! ' il d i $ ,ij M ifi i iim t& I "I fi I 4 h- i 't t ,n. ,U f f .H M V Broken lines of Shoes ItlVKT YOU. KYK8 on thmo MONKY-HAVIMi lll'VS MK.V8 8IIOKS UA 1 100 italic tegular I2.S0 and 2.?5 Shoes for. $'iia i-ot a 5 pairs t.r Patent Leather and Vlcl Kid; rcg- ula $3.25 8hoc. for - ; 2.i. .Alt 3 200 pair Uux Calf and Vlcl Kid In D. and I.; regular IJ.50. for W.H lot 4 110 pnlra assorted stjles, regular $4 and 14.50 Shtws, for .. - MO IMYS' SIIOKM One lot of 73 pairs regular $1.30 aud $2 Shoes fcr- !. One lot llo)1 CanTai Shoei for- "-V (This tale Includes Dotigles and Meyer brand;.) A Personal Letter from K. Sugarman It Is fUKliuiuir)' Hlll...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 22 July 1909

J4- n - a jt-rWS: , a V ri v-v . J - - V' KJ V'- v . .1) ! r S ,' '. Our Advertisert Ott The Beit Remits. , ' Kliimntlt VuWn' Hirst mul Ikst Daily. TiiiitD Ykaii. No. 1)1 1 KLAMATH FALLS. OHEGON, THURSDAY. JULY 22, 1909. Price 6 Cents. . .". Bbe Memo. 0N'T DO IT, SAYS CITIZEN I'I'uhcs tiii: cm: or i.aki: iiwai xa rim hkwaui: IILS LAWS GOVERNING II t At 111 lr III" I'm lif Ma-lillt Til ll I. mill Sllii-llnl) SiiiiIIiii) .Mclliml nt l MIH lit I ), Mr IMIlur Willi liiur pt-nula- (II I Kill llllilni Upon Jlllir Valuable Km III till' I-II III llf II llllllllil ill. mIuii ill ilii! iiimiiit niiu iikukIhk 1 alli'litliill ill Urn I'iiiiiiiiiiii Ciiiiiult, I III! I IX ! Il Itt (if till' v tllt hlu ill friini lln vlewpuliil nr if- i-ney mill tiniiiitii. nol uf ibi-iip- rim nmt iiiiuK Unit tiinfiiint lint U tit II III Mill K" ting Mil nf Iliu a.'W inn n( II III mull n 11 I'l.irn Unit II will nut" lug even miirii ! ul. M'litntii ri't'iinl nlluT iiilllluuulllo it nr snllstlnl II Im I within llii...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 22 July 1909

&SS2USC&S& ABEL ADY PHONE MARSH LANDS 50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER; RICHEST 303 KLAMATITS GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS.: EASY TEHMS I J M THE EVENING HERALD Issued Ditty, Except SunJsjr, by Ilia HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY W. O. SMITH, Editor SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Dally, by mall, ono )car ; $5.00 Dally, by mall, six months 2.50 Dally, by mall, thrco monthi 1.35 Dally, by mall, ono month SO Dally. deltrcred br carrier, ono week SO KLAMATH FALLS. THURSDAY, JULY 22. 1909. "IHIXT IK) IT." 8AVH CITI.KX. (Concluded From Pint IagT.) "source of oupply. mint be consid ered an holding Rood, "The discharge of sewage Into tidal vtaters Involves the principle given an applvlng to discharge Into rivers so far as crrntlrg n nuisance I ton corned, nml nUo the practical conslil eratlon of the movement of prevail ing Kinds and title. In every case the outfnll of the discharging newer rhotild he lu-low the level of the wa ter at all stages, and be provided lth a tidal mho to ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 22 July 1909

KjLlsidH "T1 -" A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THE PUBLIC Having moved into our new store in the Mang Block on Sixth St., where we will carry the most complete and up-to-date stock of Furniture Pianos, Organs, Etc. of Highest Quality at Lowest Cost J, WmJTm slaaa7mavaWsfe4JsssssssTE &&Jm? Seftflar''- Carpets, Oil Cloth, Linoleum, etc., you are invited to come and inspect our stock, whether you buy or not E. W. GILLETTE & CO., SKT1 am. tiik great ahtihtk I'm, riniifm Huiplled by Ellrr Piano llllUM- xas7 wr pfeiwrerrtJrUttr THE TRADE NAME THAT STANDS for RELIABILITY YOVn CHILDREN . Are Denied Advantages Other Ha jnjr Unless Yon Let Them Ma4f Mu.lc Tin- Ellrrs way of ititialrnt instrument inifrlmnillalni; nave, you money. It n(n a largo porllon of rxpemc usually Inearred by the ordinary draliT nr agent In the matter of buying, .hipping, handling, distributing nml marketing. Largest sales, .mallet living profit, easiest of tenm of M)rnH-iil, Hie lirmiili Hi ami wfcl rfiiaranter, li...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 22 July 1909

SSi. p u A Great Sacrificing Clean-Up Sale Beginning Wednesday, July 14, 1909 Not only a few special items are offered at tempting prices, but the entire stock of odds and ends are reduced without any distinction. Nothing reserved; nothing spared. No person in Klamath Falls shouldoverlook the extraordinary savings this great sale affords. f, H I " I1 f) IX a Broken Lines of Shoes IIIVKT YOlll KYES on thrwr MOXKY-SAVIXO lll'YS MK.VS KltOKS It t lOOTpatie regular IS. 60 and $!.T5 Shoo fur. $2.1.1 lot 2 75 alr of Patent Leather and Viol Kid: reg- Hla $3.:S Shoe. for. $2.1.1 IaH 3 200 pairs llox Calf and Vlcl Kid In II. and I.; regular $1.50, for. . $2.n.1 Lot 4 110 pairs assorted it) lei, regular $4 and $4.50 Shoos, for $1.10 WUYK' SIIOKS One lut of 75 pairs regular $1.50 and t: Short (or . .. $1.10 One lot nojr' Canvas Shoei for. M.V (This sale Includes Dougle and Mejcr brandi.) A Personal Letter from K. Sugarman It la ruttonuiry Willi u at the end of null enou to illHn.- of nil imhI ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 23 July 1909

t.rrainwsnwtfMitnttTln i -- ,v Klamntli Fnll.s1 Kim mnl Ucnt D.iily. . Our Advertiser! Ott The Beet Reeultt. Z -- We ftu-niiu Hefalft. Tumi) Ykak. No. 1)15 KLAMATH FALLS. OIIEGON, FRIDAY. JULY SBJ, 1909. PREPARING FOR FAIR Et'HAMIIKII or roMMi:iic: liA.MJI.MJ I'Olt KXIIIIIir All. HILL 0C A RECORD WEAKER Kirinen. Are Keiie.lnl In Kenil In H. j Ileal 'liny lime mill (('III Ve. j -..-. .... iiiniiiiiiii, Tin' Chamber of I'liiiiini'tui In m .Wnrk mi pinna fi,r it,,, m.uirlni! of e "' '" tl"l Hi'lltlln flllr. Illi.l If ant hiiiiiiu la kiwi, tin hi Miu , lipped frnui this iiiiinl) oil.. i,f II,., licit nilli'i llinin ni.r mm ,,,,i ,,r n... Itl' II la lllllinaallilii fur Hi.. r ill llili. iirKiiiilinlliiii In cci nut l Wither II iiIitIiI i'i..... ..... 1 ,,,l"' . Mini tin. 1 1 inn il.n.,1,-,1 to ' work Hint Intit linn i,,i Ki i, n la often ii heave i, ,..,!.... i... iiii iii li..iir What the) urn iliilm: r na miirli I III )r III til .. In ttln riiiera nf tl.la tuiihl) ua It Is ( , II ll'li...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 23 July 1909

rys- ABEL ADY PHONE - - - 303 EASY TERMS RICHEST MARSH KLAMATirS GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS.: 50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER.: .2 II 'M i ' M 'J m 6 1 .lU ifei Si' THE EVENING HERALD Isiuel Dully, Kxcopt Sunday, by tlia HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY W. O. SMITH, Editor BUBSORirTION , It A,T K S: , Dally, by mall, ono year 15.00 Dally, by mill, alx months 2.50 Dally, by mall, three month 1.25 Daily, by mall, one month 50 Dellr. delivered by carrier, ono week 50 KLAMATH FALI5. FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1909. TIIK CltlTIC CltlTICISKlt. A CJem of Poetic Prow Kruptid Knmi the Depths of Killlorlal Kmotlou 81(1X111 l'p In Mcilfonl. It doe one's soul pood at times tn loosen up the restraining strings or conventionalism anil jrt away from the all-prevailing commercialism of affairs In general. The Milfonl Trib une editor recently Indulged himself In a slmon-inre burst uf Inmost feet' fag that Is worth)- a place among the gems of English literature. An anonjmuus communication Is ever an ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 23 July 1909

! "-r"""" r x-s-aWvwlb Cmula Hawtrrs Twang, "Oni-eon llin"-ll U l.'miih llnw. trr-y, who tell (bla (nil "I tried to alnk tny Identity In the pari nf man who waa my iImki! friend I had known blui allien he wna hahy, I wanted lu Ink in own Identity n1 copy lilm, I waa not allowed i ihla u how It happened) "(If Wolf llopier hml pill on In I.OII ilnn a burlesque of n play In wbltli lira. Ijligtry atul myaelf wrrs acting Ham oo burles-iucd tn . of course. II hail nirrly a few line lo aay, lint he dlil II irrr well. II m happened Ilia I on tb nlitlil II waa produced I vvaa mil acllnt H I strolled nmnil in llnpprr'a tliiMili-r mid snggi-ated in him tlial I tbuutil laid- I In- mrl myaelf Hint night. Th Mm of parodying oneself arrmed lo roe rather original. II run rntnl. ami on I wrnl Just In drras r lollies, aa the chararlrr railed for, II wm a great eunraa, all esrept the ItlmllDnillan I dial Dial. Inii nol enough. 'I1i London Time came out I In- noil morning wllli the following ""Hi rrwii...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 23 July 1909

e .. w F tf 8 i l I 55 A !,' UMMER CLEARANCE GREAT SLAUGHTER OF PRICES The Boston Store -Starts Saturday, July 24 There is a reason for this sale: Mr. O. M. Hector has purchased the entire stock and good will of the Boston Store from Mr. L. Jacobs. The new proprietor will conduct this store as a first-class department store, on modern business methods. In order to do this the present stock must be sacrificed to make room for the immense purchases of new fall and winter goods. This Summer Clearance Sale will be the Most Stupendous Sale Ever Held in Southern Oregon. Wholesale cost has been absolutely Overlooked in making our Prices. The former selling prices will remain so as you may note the great reduc tions we have made. Watch the Yellow Tickets for Reduced Prices. NOW is the Oppor tunity for You to SAVE MONEY. Mens' and Boys' Clothing 1-2 Price There will be no reliction as to selection. Our entire stock will be offered exactly one-half less than regular. For instance: $ 8 Suits r...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 23 July 1909

Aa3T , ''I yS55SB 44 Pa cordial invitation to the public Having moved into our new store in the Mang Block on Sixth St., where we will carry the most complete and up-to-date stock of Furniture Carpets, Oil Cloth, Linoleum, etc., you are invited to come and inspect our stock, whether you buy or not E. W. GILLETTE, & CO., Eg hoi'ho.vm ANHwni iiirnvrii. (('nullum tl I'riuii Heimo! I'i.U'') tiiiMriMui of KlmlylriK i.tobloiii. rclnl llilt I" tin '.I'd. Hull, puiil.liiiifiit mid priiwintlnii of .rime," while It will mIhu piou.olu remedial legislation. Various committee, hnve been np iilnl. In liiku up dfiii phase nftor another uf thu very broad subjects whli h the. Inntltntn hope, to deal with Kor example, there III n com tnllti'ii In look lulu dm matter uf (hi. mill tin, llio nlil ili.ii.i.ol h.diiK kept ready only fur ..ineiKency use. (lit Tim ..instruction uf dm llust liriinch rnnni Involves runny dimi.ult 1'iinlni'crlni! feature. cii- Inlly In .onnectlon with plntiM for puinpliiK ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 23 July 1909

A Great Sacrificing Clean-Up Sale Beginning Wednesday, July 14, 1909 . . ,.. ii.tiM.Mli.il. Noiliini! reserve B reduced without any distinction. Notl.in,: reserve,! ; nothln,: parc,l. No person Not only a few special items are offered at tempting prices, but the "Ure stock o. out. . an Mv UlU ,.re.vt w,e affords in Klamath Falls shouldovcrlook the est m Broken Lines of Shoes mvKr im-ii voi,lsrvisam.vs MKN'S 81IOK8 1-ot 1 100 paltc icgular $2.50 and !,78 Shoo for.. 92.1.1 lot a 75 pair or l'atcnt Lcatht-r and Vlcl Kid: teg- W 13.25 8hoc. for- N " ' u 3 200 pairs tlox Calf and Vlcl Kid In 11. and I.: rvgular $2.50. for - - -" I.ot 4 110 rnlrs aortcd Jtylc. regular $1 and M.0 Shoo, for "',0 HOYS' 8IIOKS One lot of 75 pair regular $1.50 and $2 8hoe for - ,,"J One lot Hoys' fcanr Shoe for (Tills sale Include Dougle and H)er brand.) A Personal Letter from K. Sugarman l I. ru,..0- Uh .. t the rml of .,..!. .,.... to ,IK,. of .,11 ...M 1 nN " ' ""j g , ..Jec. . Ue. , rv.il.,.- ...! . ' '- "...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 24 July 1909

v.t "X . J"s- -, Dntimj efaliX Our-Advertitm Ott The Beit Remits. Klamalli ImiIIs' Firm ami Best Dally. lint) Ykaii. No. !)Ki KLAMATH FALL?;. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 24, 1909. Price 6 Cents. Boe If jP :thi is ind ys S LUNGER IS ON THE WAY MAKI.MJ .X.N INHI'IICIiUN or onnio.s i'iiuJi;ctH DC 111 Ki: IN AUGUSI r llrituili nf lilt lli'imilini m WIN i TlliPliumlil) (Juno lulu, (f ! iiilrlim Nt'iriiil iik. Dklug anuiowMil lirniKi'il from Ulii Imlil nl In lila wnshru nli iiiiui'iill eroiitly liiipiutcd lu iT.ai" almn I In limt llt licti' nf tin ngu, Kiili'liii) nf tlii. In- r; it , iiiiiiiiikii rriiiiii'ii i-nii- turn Health. )uatoiilii) li II it- II I 3m mi n tour nf Impii linn lima ri'rliuiiiiUiiti nml other guv- I ptnjeita nf tho I'm IIU' (ml lln wia ricoliiiniiloi by KCnrr bin pnwite intni) ; I' rl ! mil 'tnii:rnlir, runt Keia, mi linpi'i inr nf lln. In l)epnHiuoiit. ami oipeita in !,.. iby A I I 'ATI, chief engineer ia.lte Jiiiimllmi MirMie, anil II kjjflnilir. Ui'.tnr nf lh limil i nf...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 24 July 1909

BCJ3TS 4MuMrW.nTWUWVW(vV-V- - ,4 OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY PH0NE 30$ - . nr AX IIDWARHC - ; PACV 1iib.JvJ KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 rtttt alke "" U1"""W ' """' Mga s """ ! " il w U I' I I ti ' ' I :l I MARSH LANDS 50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER. THE EVENING HERALD Issued Pally, Kxccpt Sunday, by the HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY W. O. SMITH, Editor 8 U 11 3 C IU I T I O N KATES: Dally, by mall, ono year IS. 00 Dally, br mall, six months 2.50 Dally, by mall, thrco months 1.25 Dally, by mall, ono month 60 Dally, delivered by carrier, ono week 50 KLAMATH FALLS. SATURDAY, JULY 24. 1909. SKWAtiK AMI I'l.lKS. Vtrt .More Facts to Suprt Argu ment AgainM llumpltiK Son am' Into I lie Kike. Editor Herald: In the article con tributed by "Citizen" In last evening's Herald attention Is called to an ar ticle In the Ladles Home Journal for Ausutt, entitled the "Fly Who Won't Wipe His Feet." We have carefully read the article, and, fearful that It may not he within the reach of all readers ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 24 July 1909

Tti. "tttT .,. SIRES AND SONS. I Rlilr lt.lK.rt llailil..,.. .. Inventor of iigniieae steel, la n member nf Ilia umiirHhinhiiiuiiiviTKii). lit ni'iro limn IT., ti-nrw the fiirni GJSV. uwiii-il I.) J..epli While .,f Weal in. .-.. mi ....... in HiMPMMH ir White family. L,W. T. Ilorunilny, II Iiirilllat nml illrri'lnr f lli New lork ox.. rlc.1 ! be n rr.il i stale innii In llnf. lit. unco, l.ut c.iul.l ii'il rcll the mil till.. (uigedl IM. , y I.tiiit iiiii lit (leucriil HoiiU lioiiilliiofr. Ili'f .if Dip gcuei.il atnlf, mii'(p.iU innii Hii.llKpr ne lliieahiu mlulalcr war. (Iciiernl Kniikliuiiilliii.fr fur rlr wna g.iieriu.r u ml f Kiev '11 hue n high rriiilnlliin ua n military II 'apri..l.ln lla .if MpxIm. ... rw-piil- l : . . ... sf iium.rr.1 wmii n "reiic. Ih.ulai run. Mtill " 11.1 It 1'llj .,f Mrili-ii Mel iitli iule.1 by 7i delcg fr.mi nil ter Mi" republic. Im. lint I and t In-.hull Hljiii.1 r..rril.n t..ii wli.'ti flM tlim. ...mr. nr. .1. All II.- .nil... rrpreecnleil, . 'IPn.f.H...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 24 July 1909

, . :.,; Bjju.i.- ' . -i - 5Sfww3sISsIst 7' ! i, N H wi ( ;y ii W M CUMMER CAIt 4 whm I 1 IM--U!ft CLEARANCE GREAT SLAUGHTER OF PRICES The Boston Store -Starts Saturday, July 24 There is a reason for this sale: Mr. O. M. Hector has purchased the entire stock and good will of the Boston Store from Mr. L. Jacobs. The new proprietor will conduct this store as a first-class department store, on modern business methods. In order to do this the present stock must be sacrificed to make room for the immense purchases of new fall and winter goods. This Summer Clearance Sale will be the Most Stupendous Sale Ever Held in Southern Oregon. Wholesale cost has been absolutely Overlooked in making our Prices. The former selling prices will remain so as you may note the great reduc tions we have made. Watch the Yellow tickets for Reduced Prices. NOW is the Oppor tunity for You to SAVE MUJNEI. Mens' and Boys' Clothing 1-2 Price There will be no restriction as to selection. Our entire stock will be of...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 24 July 1909

! ' .-' T,Wl3a7S ' " ' riasMafejy !fcME3.'5'fPl A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THE PUBLIC Having moved into our new store in the Mang Block on Sixth St., where we will carry the most complete and up-to-date stock of Furniture Carpets, Oil Cloth, Linoleum, etc., you are invited to come and inspect our stock, whether you buy or not E. W. GILLETTE & CO., lWEF i; jMiiiiiiiiiilwl ao iih to permit that attcni . ,', to Imi t'inil(i)i'(t, "I nm not prepared to gltu an opln- Ion nmrernliig new reclamation pro- Ji-ets, for tho rruaoti that I liavo not iiirnilciitly Investigated tin- subject. I mink, lioHotcr. that th laml. ourIiI not to ho thrown open for in- t-fweg -try until Iho water ha. been put on I lliu varloua subdivision. To do no 1 would Imolvo confusion, and Mmv I times ulmolutf dlilri-K.. I Xl! til0m l-'lltoil iiai.m.nmkh ih o. tin: w,tv. (Com lulled From First I'igr.) of tho Northwestern iiriilutts. which will necessarily cntull toy remaining Jenny (.r Uatllila, tut Cloudy Moon. In I...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 24 July 1909

M- A Great Sacrificing Clean-Up Sale Beginning Wednesday, July 14, 1909 Not only a few special items arc offered at tempting prices, but the entire stock of odds and ends are reduced without any distinction. Nothing reserved; nothing spared. No peraon in Klamath Falls shouldoverlook the extraordinary savings this great sale affords. m.t ' Broken Lines of Shoes UIVKT YOl'll l'.VKS on tliro MOXKV-S.WIMI Ill'YS MKX'S SIIOKS lot t 100 oalic regular 12.50 nnJ $2.75 Shoos for -J.I.1 lot 'J 75 pairs -.f Patent Leather and Viol KM; reg- tila 13.25 Shoe, (or. ... . fJ.IS lot U 200 pain llox Calt and Vlcl Kid In 11. and I.: regular 13.50. for. !J lot 4 110 pairs aborted stjlcs, regular $1 and ft.50 Shoos, for ...... l.l HOYS' KIIDKS One lot of 75 pnlrs regular 11.50 and 2 Shoes Tor l.lo One lot Iloji' Camas Shoes (or M.V (Thl sal? Includes Douglet and Mejer brand;.) A Personal Letter from K. Sugarman It In ciMimmrj- with u at Hie rml nf null aeaon to iIUhim of nil imM anil rmb left over. IU. ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 26 July 1909

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Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 26 July 1909

B i r I i r! I' j If: li M 1 ft ff t a II hr n . MARSH LANDS OREGON'S RICHEST SOIL ABEL ADY 50 PER CENT. VEGETABLE MATTER.: KLAMATH'S GREATEST BARGAINS AT $25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS PHONE --.-30) EASY THE EVENING HERALD Issued Dally, Except Sunday, bj the HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY W. O. SMITH, Editor SUBSCRIPTION Dally, by nail. one year Dally, by mall, six months , . . Dally, by mail, three months Dally, by mall, one month RATKS: .It.oo . 1.50 . 1.11 . SO Dally, delivered by carrier, one week 5 KLAMATH FALLS. MONDAY. JULY 36, 1909. LKG1SUITOK.S .UIK U.IKS, SO HAYS MrMAIlAX, Remarkably Krtrl Brief Filed for Ob- mmrtionUU In Crater lake Itoad Appeal Caw. That the Oregon legislature was composed ol deliberate liars and de ceivers Is the charge made by L. H. McMaban of Salem, attorney for the obstructionists In the Crater Lake road case, la his brief on the appeal to the Supreme Court. "The fact is, the title of the act ls a deliberately written and the body of the act gives the He to th...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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