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THE SEMI WEEKLY HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, ORE.
SALE STARTED SATURDAY
Closing Out All Ladies’ Goods
M hite Table Damask,
Regular 35c, for 10c
Minali Cotton Napkins,
Regular 35c, for 22c doacu
II o | h <
Regular 12 Hc for Kir
Regular 10c, for 8 l-8c
‘ 1.36 to $1.76, for....................... 75c
Mostly small and large sixes
< lilldren’s Venta and Pania,
. . 2Oc
lilankrta nuil Comfort»,
Sheet Bianki la,
Wool Nap ...
Wool Nap ...
White Wool . .
Whitt. Wool . .
('(>1HÍ or trrv,
Regular $176 tor
Regular 13.6u tor......... , . . .«1.85
Regular $1.60 for
Regular $2.00 for.........
Regular $3.60 for . . . ........... 2.50
• >1« Hair
One-Hair Fri. e
All laut», Em broideries, Net, Chiffons
All-Ovt-rs, Malan«« and V eilings
Engle Pins, regular 6c for .. .. 3c
Hairpins, regular 60 for ....
Hairpins, regular 10c for ..
Lustre Cotton, regular 6c it r
tegular 3c for .... .l«c
Iloyal A Filo Silk, reg, 5c for
Cube Plus, reg. 5c for.........
Cube Pins? reg. 10c for.........
Dress Shields, reg. 26c for . .. 15c
Dress Shields, reg. 36c for . .. 2Oc
Dress Shields, reg 60c for . .. 85c
Collar Supporter, reg 6c for. . 8c
Pearl Buttons, reg. Go for . ., 8c
Pearl Buttons, reg. 10c for .. 7c
Pearl Buttons, reg. 16c for .. Wc
Peeta 1 Hooks and Eyes. 10c for Oc
Hose Supporters, reg. 16c for. lOc
Horn Supporters, reg. 20c for. 14c
Dr. Parkers, reg 26c for .... lOc
All Notions similar reduction.
IliMxtns, Ot»c-I(alr Prit t-,
AH colors, all width». In Hattu and
■ sdir«' Fleece Linei! Union Hulls,
Regular $1.00 for.................... 75c
Regular 35c to 50c, for 2Oc and 35c
Children's Wool I nion Muita,
Reg. $1.00 to $1.25 for 75c and OOc
Women's Summer weight Union Tight
Knee and Umbrella
Ladli's Fleece Lined Underwear
Regular 50c for......................
Silks and Dress Goods,
Jap Silk, Reg. 50c, for......... . 35c
Messaitnee, reg. 75c for
Cream 8eye, reg. $1.00 for .. . 75c
Cream Seye, reg. $1.75 for .. «1.35
Colored Seyee, reg. 58c for . . 38c
Brown Poplin, reg. $1.25 for . 85c
Plaid Suitings, reg. 26c for . . 17c
Plaid Suitings, reg 35c for . 22c
Plaid Suitings, reg. 50c for . . 20c
Regular 75c for
< !>• -Hair
Remnants or Wasli G ihh I s , W< h »I
Gotals, Bilks, Riblton* and laue»
One-Ha It Price
All Millinery Trimmings
1 Hi. - Half I'r i. «
Women’» Kiiski Suits,
Regular $5.00 to $7.50, for. «3.75
All Printed Wash Goods.
Silkoline and Creton,
Regular 12 He Silkoline for .. lOc
Regular 10c Creton for
Regular 15c Creton for
Trimuied Hata, botti Spring and Fall.
Keg $1.50 to $7.50 for 5Oc to <1.50
All Poplins, Sousettes and Ripp,
Regular 25c for ....................
Regular 12He for...............
Fancy Outing Flannel.
Regular 12 He for...............
Regular 10c for......................
Double Red Sheets,
Regular 65c for....................
Wanten anil Children's Coots
Regular $12.50 to $20.00,
83.50, *5.00, «7.50, «10.00
Women's Serge and Silk Dresses,
Regular $12.50 for................ »7.50
Regular $17.50 for .............. «0.00
Regular 12He and 15c for . .
10c and 12 He
HECTOR’S DEPARTMENT STORE
IF I FAIL TO CUBE any CANCER or TUMOR
POOR CURIO AT HALF PRICE OR FREE
NO KNIFE OR PAI.1
NO FAY UNTIL CURIO
S t OUAtXMTlt
Kay «»» odt»4 **.nJI*
ANY TUMOR. LUMR
or SGWI or (ha L*. FACf
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It H«»«i I’ b IM UMM t*»t
120 FAM 90CK
ai ÎN0UUMM CUHCO
Any Lump * Woman’s Breast
n «iwm exact» « m mw » ï »
(lins» M Uu »rMso •«» MILLA QUICKLY
I .»••<*• hsCURtO io I OO 8»
Old Or. & Mrs. CHAMLEY
•‘•etT nMciitni uset« mtttutri urisr*
A 0 43« Vstonos St., SAN FRANCISCO. CAI.
KINDLY MAIL UM to soniaom. wit’i CAhCiR
WILL A. LEONARD
White Maddox Bldg.
“Concord” ■ are essentially
ing beat toward
-----------——.■ the product ion oi
an Ideal instrument ior the home.
Tho tone is exceptionally ptnV and
sweet. Tho entire scale is a suc
cession of even half steps without a
break And the clear treble tones
blend in such perfect harmony
with the deep, sonorous bass that
both master-musician ami music
lover are thrilled by its sweetness.
Whether It be the bsautlful, solemn
strains of "Neuror My God Tn Thee”
or tho dash and spirit of “Post and
Peasant," the CONCORD” Plano is
equal to th« occasion In purliy and
volume of tone. It 1» S-»oet, Power
ful, Satiety Ing.
oatlr faction, retort O
*‘CONl-lW ' Piano for your homo
SmSHSi Exhibited by I sm ■»«
Shepherd Piano Depot
A resident of Quincy, Mass., who
A party of Klamathites autoed to BONANCA RESIDENTS OFFER
just passed his 68th birthday,
Merrill Friday evening to witness the
basketball contest between the high
' celebrated the anniversary by setting
school teams of Klamath Falls and
If Bonanza's recent fires were the aside a fund of $16,000, the income
Merrill. In the machine were Miss result of incendiarism, the residents of wt>ich Is to be divided among the
Nina Noel, I “rMl^rMlrgtreiXn-^1' ’aat t0*U
‘° ""d ‘he ’"‘^thirty organized churches of that city
Miss Ella Dews,
as. Miss Margaret Dun
Dun- reeponglble> lf possible, and see that
■ for the purpose of breaking down in-
bar, Miss Elisabeth Houston. Miss justice is meted out.
Hattie White, Miss Ethel Meyers,
i terdenominational barriers.
Toward that end the following an
Miss Josie Low, Harry Anglin, "Pat”
nouncement is now being posted
The Entre Nous Club will meet on Sanderson, Harold Feeee, "Chick” there:
Mrs. O. W. Robertson, Mrs. Charles
Moldrum, Mrs. Carey Ramsby, Mrs. Tuesday evening al the home of Dr ' Blttenger, Jimmie Bodenhammer,
.and Mrs. Maxwell M. Long in Hot "Hoppe” Bridges and Warren Duhl.
Earl Whitlock and the hostess.
owners in the town ot Bonanza, strain of thoroughbred S. C. Rhode
county, Oregon, believe that island Reds, $1.25 per setting of 15;
In honor of her cousin, Mrs. Richard
HOLD A 8TREKT CARNIVAL th« three fires which have occurred in $6 per 100. Mrs W. D. Booth, 965
Shore Smith of Eugene. Mrs. George
The U & 1 Club members spout ai
our town In the last four years are Oak street, Ashland, Ore.
Noland entertained Informally Sat highly enjoyable evening at the home
'not entirely accidental in origin. We
FORT KLAMATH. March 14—The
urday at her home in Hot Springs of Miss Claudia Spink last Friday eve
will give the sum of $1,000 cash re-
addition. In attendance are Mrs. Ed- ning, Dancing and games were In Fort has decided to hold a street car Iward for evidence leading to the ar
The members of the Happy Hour
j. Murray, Mrs. Don J. Zum dulged in. and refreshments were nival. Such a stunt will probably be rest and conviction of any party
I "pulled off” the last of June.
Club entertained their husbands nt walt, Mfs. Wesley O. Smith, Mrs. E. served.
At a mass meeting held a few eve
the homo of Mr. Robert A Emmitl R. Reaiues, Mrs. Clarence H. Under
nings ago in the metropolis of Wood thsee fires, or any one of them.
Friday night, when 300 was played. wood, Mrs. Louis Gerber. Mrs. E. W
Mrs. W. D. Cofer was hostess to River Valley, an association was form-
‘‘(Signed) Bank of Bonanza,
Later refreshments were served. Tho Gowen and Miss Elixabeth Bell.
tho members of the Pythian Club on id to promote a stronger social life, John S. Horn, cashier; W. 8. Johnson,
high score was made by Loy Hilyard
♦ ♦ ♦
Thursday afternoon, when an enjoy- to foster business enterprises and ad ID. G. Horn, William Wood, L. D.
w»nx roo»» ros «•«
and the consolation award went to
Tuesday will be a big night for the uble social session .was held. The af vertise the scenic and historic valley
•>- L. Spajretorn, WBllam Goss.
Mrs. K. I». North. Present were Mr. local followers of the Terpsichorean ternoon was devoted to needlework
I Kilgore company, F. W. Broadsword
and Mis. Ge<>. Humphrey. Mr. and muse, for on that evening the Klam and conversation, and a dainty lunch ! of Wood River.
Mrs. O. D. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. ath Falls Volunteer Fire Department eon was served. Attending were Mrs.
A« U« «•
and Klamath Indians will hold their
Within the last four years the town
I mjt Hilyard. Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Ham
will give its annual St. Patrick’s Day William Whitlock, Mrs. Glen John var dance« at the time of the car- of Bonanza has been visited by three
ilton. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Shipley, Mr.
ball at Houston's opera house. Tin son, Mrs. H, E. Momyer, Mrs. Jennie nival.
'disastrous fires, which have in turn
mid Mrs. W. P. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.
dall's six piece orchestra will furnish Hum, Mrs. H. Moreland, Mrs. Charles
Baseball and broncho busting will wiped out the larger part of the busi-
Claude Davis, Mr. and Mrs Sam Sum-
the music. Tho firemen use the funds iC, Low, Mrs. Etta Boiler, Mrs. C. C. also be features of the week’s festlv-|ness section, the most recent one oc-
'mere, Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Blehn Mr.
A Quarter of • C*"'
Hogue. Mrs. C. B. Crisler, Mrs. Anna
’ eurrlng but a few months ago.
'and Mrs. IL J. Rbeeta, Mr. and Mrs. derived from these dances to pay for McDonald'and Mrs. R. R. Brewbaker. ities.
L! ' funi
Suecas» In «cvinf
clothing of the members destroyed
On each occasion there has been
H. J. Winters, Mr. and Mrs. (I, V.
while fightlug fire. As the depart
P. R. Neil and Barneburg of Ash- ,tr°n8 ta,k of Incendiarism, and sev-
Walters, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. North,
The 1912 Needlework Club met on land, who have wintered 509 bead of wal people have claimed to have
ment la composed of young men, the
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Emmitl, Mrs.
majority of them not property own Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arizona cattle at Fort Klamath, have knowledge of facts that would con-
Floyd Mundy, Mrs. W. U. Weedon.
ers, who work without pay to save Wm. Lee, on Walnut street, and spent had the same removed to this city. nect various persons with the crime.
Mrs. Ray Taylor.
the property of others from destruc- the usual time In social converse and ' The cattle arrived this afternoon, and. Nothing has ever been done in the
t on, the people of Klamath Falls al- fancy work, after which refreshments will be shipped Sunday morning to 1 matter, though, and the rumors have
Mrs. Bert Withrow entertained the
Ask for Catalogue No. 280
ways feel that they are worthy of ev were served. The next meeting of the Patterson, near Stockton. Calif., for I gradually died natural deaths,
Tuesday Bridge Club at her home on
ery possible help, and there promises dub will be held at the home of Mrs. summer pasturage.
Sixth street Tuesday afternoon. Auc
to be a large attendance at the dance, Fred Noel on March 27th. Those
tion bridge was played, and a dainty
while many will buy tickets who will jpiesent at the last meeting were Mrs.
Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Illi- j
luncheon served. The guests were
not dance. In addition to their fire 'Wm. Whitlock, Mrs. R. A. Emmitt, uols and Ohio produce more than 40 ;
Mrs. Harry G. Benson, Mrs. 8. Ed ' fighting ability, the fire laddies long
Mrs. Fred Melhase. Mrs. Claud Dag per cent in value of the minerals j
ward Martin. Mrs. Thos. Hampton,
’ ago proved themselves efficient enter- gett, Mrs. Sargent, Mrs. G. K. Van found in the United States.
* Italners, and as a result, the firemen’s i Riper, Mrs. Nate Otterbein, Mrs. Chas
¡ball Is always a big success.
Worden. Mrs. Ch.*« G: ton.
The total population of the world >
is now estimated at 1,700,000,000.1
Mrs. Fred Melhase was awarded
It was a gay little party that met The proportion of the sexes la known !
|the prize at Wednesday’s meeting ot Friday evening at the home of Miss for $1,038,000,000 of these, the ratio,
tho Lelsuro Hour Club, when Mrs, Viva Martin, on High street. The, being 1,000 males to 990 females.
Bert Withrow was hostess. Follow evening hours were spent in playing 1
ing an afternoon of 500, dainty re games dear to the hearts of young
MONEY to loan.
B. F. Shepherd.
REQUIRES NO MIXING OR PREPARATION
freshments were served. Members of folks, and in partaking of an elegant'517 Main street,
Tho duh are Mrs. Charles Robertson, repast. Those present at the gather
A lways ready for use A lways reliable
Alwdn'i ’v tf • -1 .'1 cent cuke of D. B D.
Mrs. Charles Meldrum, Mrs. Fred ing were the Misses Claris« Hicks,
For Sale or Trade
Skin ' .nu>. « lih th« purrhass of a full silo bob
Bure death to Prairie Dors If distributed early In *h..v saprlnjr before the
tl,; of O. I>. 1» ¡‘rescriptinn (hr Keirin.—for 15
Melhase. Mrs. O. W. Robertson, Mrs. Marie Rambo, Elenor Dreahr, Mil
One of the best autos in the county. |
frost is out. and before the grass starts up.
ji .iis II,« m ,u,i ml .klu remedy. Relief xu ir
been completely destroyed with the “Wood-lark brand. T ry It th« nrst
nuti ' .im,i till, ttr* t twittla or your money re-
fliixl xl II. I), t). Skin Soap, purest anil hliind*
Mrs. Frod Schallock, Mrs. William gomery, Meta Chastain, Dortha Mar- Two cream separators; two Encyclo-1
oh , Hhould ninny» lie used In
< mil 'ion Willi l>. 1». II. I'rescrlpllon, Ute
Masten. Mrs. Henry Newnhnra, Mrs. Tin. Fern Hoagland, Veva Martin and pedlas; good cement block machine, '
r.x>t lilox. Iv iillnn lotion. We linvo made fast
pl io'» of mote than nna family by recominend-
Orb Campbell, Mrs. Elbert B. Hall, 1 Masters Raymond Chamberlain, Paul with 500 or 600 pallets. The best j
|i>K tin «.• nimoun protlueta nml wo want you to
try them now <m ihe spiu lal nflbr. This In Im.
Mrs. C. C. Hogue, M tb . Thos. Hamp Hilton, Robert Turner, Ronald Jeffers camp wagon you ever saw. See Syd'
niedlaie. You muit brini tbit ad with yuu.
ton, Mrs. Maxwell Long and Miss Jen ,lra Orem, Alfred Peterstelner, Frauk Evans, at Sunset Grocery.
CLARKE. WOODWARD DRUG CO., PORTLAND, OREGON.
Whitman Drug Co., Klamath Fells nie Harris.
Turpin, Cyril Benson.
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