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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
SATURDAY, OOTOnER 22, 1021.
Store WiO Close Its Doors
This evening at 8:30 and will stay closed un
til Tuesday, October 25th .arranging for the
LaVogue chain of stores forced to throw entire high
grade stocks of new fall'' coats, suits, dresses, skirts,
waists, sweaters, millinery, furs, petticoats, etc.
A1HTVTmA11 f A V V waists, sweaters, munnery, rurs, petucoais, eic.
CREDITORS SALE to the Mercy of the Mile
10 SALESLADIES WANTED
DOORS WILL OPEN AT 9:30
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PORTLAND, Ore. Oct. 22 Doth
Oregon monVborg of tho Pacific Const
Conforcnco get Into today's opening
games of tho 1921 raco for tho vest-
cm football championship, the Ore
gon Agricultural College playing tho
University of Washington at Corval
lls and tho University of Oregon
meeting tho University of California,
tho conference champion, at Dork
cloy. Neither of tho conference teams
playing today have been defeated,
although Oregon and tho Oregon Ag
gies have played to tlo scores. Scor
es of tho teams for tho season fol fel fol
eow: Oregon AkrIc
... Chcnvawa Indians .... 0
... Multnomah Club .... 7
... Willamette Unlv 0
St. Mary's 0
...... Olympic Club 0"
.......... Nevada' ............ C -
21 Pacific Fleet . 10
University -t Oregon
7 .... Willamette- Unlv 3
21 Pacific Unlv 7
7 Idaho . 7
24 .... Ninth Army-Corps'.... 7
.7 .... Whitman Collogo .... 0
28 . .. Montana i 7
Tho other conference members on-
gago In preliminary games today.
Stanford University meeting the Pa
cific Fleet at Stanford and Wash
ington State College playing the Uni
versity of Idaho at Pullman. The
Pullman gaino will count toward the
Northwest conference title.
One week ,from today the Oregon
Aggies will journey to California to
meet Stanford. On that dato Cali
fornia will meet Washington State
Harding- Congratulates Parents .ot Sixteen
Charles II. Current's family of Lafayette. N. J., would have brought grcai joy lo-xneoaoro j3vi.
K9 raw sulcdo There! Tsfxte chSarand the family history goes back to the ftX?Vr!&E2fi
reTit is B0. his wife 43. Tho oldest child la 25, tho youngest Is one. All nro in excellent health. I resident
UriUnt recently wroto them a congratulatory nolo.
See Street Cars
and Movies First
Time on Honeymoon
HONOLULU. T. H Sept. 15.
(Dy Mall) From their home on the
small Island ot Nilhau, ot the Hawaii
an group, 2C0 miles west ot Oahu,
Ulllull Kawahalau and his bride
camo to Honolulu on their honey
moon and had tholr first taste ot
twentieth-century life, saw their first
nutomobllo and stroot car, gasped
with amazement at tho movlos, mar
veled at tho electric lights, and never
-ceased wondering at tho metrouoll
tan buildings of Horiolulu,
They explained that thoy had novor
Iioforo been off their natlvo Island
of Nilhau, ono of tho less Important
and less known of tho archipelago.
They said that primitive conditions
ruled mulnly on this Island, that tho
Inhabitants still lived for tho most
part in thatch huts, obtained their
fclmplo oxlstonco In tho prlraltlvo
fashion of their ancestors by catch
ing n few fish and raising somo crops,
principally taro from tho roots .of
which "poi'! the ancient food of Ha
waii Is made.
Nilhau is tho last romalning
stronghold of tho ancient Hawaiian
customp and mpdo of life. The In
fluence ot tho Caucasian has per
meated all other districts of tho ter
ritory. Tho Island Is owned by tho
Gay and Robinson estate and no per
son except n resident ot tho Island
.3nay visit the place without permis
sion ot the ostate. Tho island is
used as a sheep grazing preserve.
Thcro also is a largo peacock plan-j
tatton which supplies feathers that
tre turnod Into tho gorgeous lets of
Hawaiian wreaths ot greeting and
The honeymoon couple wcro guests
ot honor at a luncheon of tho Ha
waiian Civic Club sevoral days after
their arrival. Tho novelty ot- twen
tieth century existence -disappeared
soon after this and they were making
oagor Inquiries as to whon the boat
left, Honolulu for Nilhau. Thoy. re
turned on tho next boat, probably to
felt tholr neighbors talcs that to them
sounded wilder far than tho accounts
of Baron Munchausen.
DORRIS, Cal Oct. 22. F. Shar
on, postal inspectorf was in town
yesterday for a short visit during
which .be made inspection of the
M,r. and Mrs. Chas. Twoby bavo
returned from a few days visit at
Klamath Falls and Chlloquln. Mr.
Twohy Is manager for the Dorrls
Lumber and Dox company here.
William Shirley was soverly in
jured Thursday at the J. F. ranch
incss visitors in Dorrls yesterday of- at the hour of 3 o'clock P. M. of said
tornoon. iay, to pay said dollnquont nnsoss-
mont thoroon, together with costs ot
Mrs. h. R. Chandler Is rocovorlng advertising and oxnensoi or tim min
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w. w. juneh, Bocrolnry.
Offlco C31 Mnrkat Htrcot, 8an
1 iVrnnplttpn r'ntlfnt-nln NM
Dr. Warren found It necessary to O. 21-N 2. Kvory day. '
administer an ancathotlo in order to
cut tho tooth from tho gums.
today from a shock brought on by
having a wisdom tooth oxtrlcatod.
DKMNQUKNT HAM: NOTICB
Fort Klnnmtli Mention Co.
Location of Principal placo of bus
iness. San Francisco, Cullfornlo. Lo
cation of Works, Klamath County,
NOTICK Thoro nro dollnquont
upon tho following descrlbod stock,
on account of AssesBmont Nn. 1. l..v.
led on tho 2nd day of Soptombor, '
i'i mo sovorni amounts sot oppo-,
Hlto tho namos of tho rpmmrllvn '
shareholders, us follews: I
No. No. '
Namos Cert. Shnrcs Am'tt
B. It. Ileamcs 8 inn ti nnn .
W. W. JonoB 13 224 2,240.-
Frloda V. Doak 14 1 10.
D. P. Doak ig C00 fi.nnn.
F. M. Doak 10 17B "1.7B0.
And In accordance with law nmi
nn ordor of tho Uoard of Directors'
mndo on tho 2nd day of Soptombor. I
1921, so many shares of each narcol
ot such stock as may bo nccossary will
no sosu ai puuiic auction nt tho offlco
of tho Company C31 Mnrkot 8troot,
San Francisco, California, on Mon
day, the 7th day of Novembor. 1921.
Prices may advanco any
day, this Is your notice, no
furthor guarantoa on prices.
Duy your C1REKN SLAD
or DLOCK-WOOD now and
avoid advances that nro euro
to como. Ask about our
For Your Ilcntcr
0. Peyton & Co.
"Wood to Hum
410 Blnln St. Phono OSS
- served pipind hot
tvtft pure crf&m
loaded with wood fell on him
ceratlng bls scalp and wrenching
his back. Shlrioy was undor tho
wagon working on a part that was
broken when tho front wheels rolled
out allowing tho load to bo proclp-j
Itatod upon his shoulders.
Schools and other places of con- T
gregauon, sucn as mo inoaire, nro
closed by order ot Dr. A. A.
klnson, health officer, pending the
niltpnniA nt avai-a1 raAAK nt MPArtA '
fever under quarantine. No alarm
ing cases -hare developed.
8. S. Cavener and Theodore Or
la-.; cutt, ranchers ot Macdool, wore'bus-
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the summer. They eliminate the
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking tension caused by wood
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