The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 19, 1921, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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MONDAY, HEITEMIIKlt, ID, mi.
ILL SET FOR
RING BATTLES
Tho final arrangomontn woro made
thU afternoon for tho 80 rounds of
boxing tonight, starting At 8:30
o'clock aharp, and 1'romotor Crump
statos that ho will try to glvo tho
flht fane a good card, ono which
tho'y will approvo of mid ono which
will aatlsfy.
Tom Wattora has boon soloctod to
roforco tho contests and from bis
paat doclslona and tho fnrt that ho
tolerate no atntllriR, tho fans can bo
assured that tonight tho boys In tho
contoat will havo to hit tho ball or
bo yankod out summurnrlly. Wattora
Permitted no fancy Jigging during
Hand That Won the Championship
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PtO WALTERM OF MONTANA
A Heat 11 luuml Hoy In tlto Hi
lioml HemJ-Mrlndup Tunlht,
tho Fourth, of July ovents and a
statement from him today waa to tho
.effect that It wm flghl.or bo put out.
Can tho fana want any bettor assur
ancea than that, onu of tho pnrtlcl
panU aaka?
Kid Walsh and Kid North both
My that thoy nro already to put
their four round preliminary over In
good ihapo and feet fit. Iloth of
theao boya are light featherweights
and are eager for tho time, to como
to enter tho ring.
Tho fana tonight will han an op
portunity to two tho Montana feath
erweight, Pug Walton, In action and
much comment hs been created on
hla probable- mothod of boxing. Mon
tana cltpplnga glvo him a good boost
aa a clean boxer and ono who wishes
to mill at ovory stage or tho gamo.
Hla opponent, Kid Chavez, from tho
southern part of California has borno
tho reputation In tho past of bolng a
faat boy and ono who felt as ruff
Walters does about mixing. Tho box
erg aro achodulod to moot In u six
round'go following tho preliminary.
Tho main ovont, ten rounds, bo
tween Hob Allun nnd Ilob Ross as
catchwolKhts In tho woltorwolght
cIom, promises big results nnd this
assertion comes nftor spectators 'havo
watchod thorn both work out during
the past week. Hoss has a smooth
easy way of putting out a Jab which
,la lightning quick, find ho Is shifty
on his foot. Alton la catlike In his
ring movomonta and scorns to bo
crafty whon sparring. Judging from
bla shadow boxing, and from tho
mannor In which ho takes on his
parrlog partnora, Allon will glvo a
' good account, of hlmsolt In tho ton
rounds tonight. Hoss Is anxious to
win over Allen In few rounds to
night aa ho Is desirous of chnllong--log
Billy Huff of Chlloquln for n
bout which Is schedulod to como off
a llttlo lator In tho bhobou.
Tromoter Crump nnnouncos that
-4ho Scandinavian hull will bo open
early this ovonlng to ndmlt tho fans.
Tho bouts will open sharply at 8:30.
WIND HTARTH HLAZK AT
FACTORY f DAMAQH AUGHT
Tha flro dopartment was culled
out yostorday afternoon at 3:4G
o'clock to tho nig Lakes Dox com
pany to put out a flro which waa
' causod by tho wost wind carrying
parks from tho trash burner Into
tho cyclono duster, creating a back
tiro. Tho dopartment ma do a 'quick
run to tho scene and two streams
wero played on the source of tho
(Ire,- extinguishing the flames be
lort any larloui damage was done.
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Hero's tho hand that wlcldrl tho racket that won tho European
tennis championship for Huzanno I.tniflen. Notlcu that her only prepare- '
tion for a mulch Is u. plecu of Uitc at tho bono of tho thumb to provent I
blisters. Also notlco how the outdoor gamo has "wvathcrfoaton" her fooa.
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NOW IN HI'I,KNMI HUAlni.
Klamath county this svason Iiuh
had tho honor of doing tho placo
whoro two rocord black hears havo
boon killed, thn first ono welching
760 pounds. klllPd by Tim Daluy nnd
Ooo. Clammons of Mod ford on dear
hart mountain nonr Illy last Monday,
and tho sofoml one, ntinthcr black
fomalo bear wolghtlng 600 pounds,
killed by Jess A. Johnson on John
son I'ralrlo In tho Jenny creok coun
try, Friday aftornoou.
Johnson, with Ed Ward, llarloy
jonnson anu u. u. ivnyior. ion un-ir .,,.,, , ,,, T..., .n,i if
homea near tho Phillip, ranch on tho fc, hn , wou,d f00t
tho bill. Tho reason I'm so strong
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son in tin) world who suffers llko
I did who wouldn't bo holpod by
plying Tanlac a fair trial," was tho
emphatic statement of I. T. Doehm,
301 Holiday Ave, Portland, Ore,
a well-known merchant and Odd
Fellow. '
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Merrill road Wednesday to hunt deer
In tho Jenny creek country and had
no luck until Friday afternoon when
thn boar was flushed on tho side of n
hill about 300 runts off. Mrs. Itruln.
Juckiton says, was making a rocord
climb when a shot from a 7 M. M.
Mauser crumpled her up, but dosplto
the wound tho bear mado an effort
to escape and anotbor shot was neces
sary to finish her.
Tho hlda on tho animal wulchcd
75 pounds, ten pounds less than the
Illy boar. Johnson says that this boar
waa rolling In fat and tho meat waa
very tondcr.
Tho hldo Is being mouetcd as tho
fur waa yery firm and rich In lustor.
Vaudovlllo at Strand Sunday. 19-34
PBNDLKTON Funds to tho
amount of $93,000 will bo necessary
to run tho city next year over and
abova other receipts than taxes, ac
cording to ostlmatcs made 'und ap
proved at a point mooting of tho city
council and tho city budget commission.
Vaudovlllo at Strand Sunday. 19-34
for Tanlac Is that It built mo up
whon It looked llko I didn't havo
a chnnca to got my strength back.
I was left In a bad fix by tbo 'flu'
appctlto gone, stomach upset and
nlmcst a nervous wreck.
"I took a trip to California,
thinking a change of cllmato would
help mo und It did rollovo my
cough, but there was not any other
chnnno In my condition. In a short
tlmo nftor I took Tanlao though
I wan llko a different man, and
new I'm sound nnd well nnd fool
ing fine"
Tanlac and Tanlac Vcgetablo
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8:30 o'clock
SCANDINAVIAN HALL
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BOXING
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4-ROUND PRELIMINARY
KID WALSH VS. KID NORTH
j Light Featherweight
6-R,OUND SEMI-WINDUP
KID CHAVEZ VS. PUG WALTERS
California Montana
Featherweights
10 Rounds MAIN EVENT 10 Rounds
BOB ALLEN vs. BOB ROSS
Welterweights, catchweight at 145 pounds
Prices, $1.10 and $2.20
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largely high school tcachora who
camo from all parts of tho country.
NEW TODAY
FOR SALE Ford with service body,
first class running condition, f 170.
14 Main St. 19-20
WANTED Table board with private
family on high school hnl. Address
A. M. Herald. 19
PIjAIN KNfiMHII WINS
MIDDLEUUKV. Vt Sopt. 19.
Three hundred pupils In tho Mid-
dlobury collogo summer school who
havo had to convorso In Fronch or
8panlsh at play as well as In class
room under penalty of dismissal,
have resumed tholr natlvo Eng
lish. Tho faculty was composed on
tlroly of professors from France
and 8paln, whtlo tho students woro
FOR RENT Steam heated rooms
closo In hot water all tho tlmo.
Call 139 N. Ctb. 19-31
WANTED TO RENT 40 to 80 aero
furnished ranch or wtll work ranch
on share proposition. Am thorough
ly familiar with Irrigating. Must havo
Improvements. A. G. caro Herald.
19-34
FOR SALE Laying hens, thorobrod
whlto Leghorns & Barred Hocks
II. A. Thledo, North Klamath Falls.
19-31
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foro and after school and Satur
days. Louts Potorson, Phone 451M.
19-20
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This Is tho first ntcturo to reach America ot the hUtorlo peace session ot Sell XUreOnn, tho Irish Par
liament, in Dublin, listening to Do Vatcru'a address ex plaining tho result ot hla peace conferences with JJoyd
Oeorge. Arrow points to uo vuicra. taioa on ms riant, bora Mayor u'neui or uuoun. in xroni ox uo
spaokar are the official reporters. Just below the far gallery U the distinguished visitors' enclosure, occu
pied by American visitors, archbishops and bishops and Iristo Isadora not memberaof the DaJLJta the tor!
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THE KLAMATH GRAIN EXCHANGE
Sole agency for the largest Western
Milling concern.
Will buy your grain at top market prices
for cash. See or-phone
BOLDISCHAR AND VOCHATZERj
Malin, Ore. and Klamath Falls, Ore.
Cooking and eating apples for sale,
334 CODfCOr AVO. 1920 I SMlJW''aaSWaiswJta,,w,wMVVMVVMvw
Bring in your Swiss watch and have it
repaired and regulated into an accurate
timepiece.
"LET George Do It!"
GEO. L. METZ, Jeweler
622 Main St.
Phone 72
POSTMASTERS AT PERKY,
CASUS VALI.EV NAMED
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. Ber
nard R. Rlchter has been appoint
ed postmaster at Camas Valley,
Douglas county, nnd deorgo Stod
dard, at Perry, Union county.
Herald classified ads pay you.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Vnltcd. State Lund Office, I
Lakovlow, Oregon, Sept. 15. 1921. '
Notlco Is horoby given that John T. i
Cotmau, A. F. Walter Kresso, und'
August L. Andrlou, all ot Merrill,
Oregon, has applied tor an oil and
gas permit undor Section 13 of the
act ot Fobruary 25, 1920 (Public,
No. 14C), for, i
First: Beginning-'With tho north-'
wost cornor of tho SWtVJ of tho
NW'i ot Section IS, tn Township 41
South, Range 10 East, W. M.; thonco
ono mllo K., thence 140 rods south,
to tho California lino; thonco wost to
Intersection of the Klamath Lake
meander lino and tho Oregon-California
lino; thence In a northwesterly
direction to the Intersection ot tho
Klamath Lake meander line with tho
weat line of Section 16; thence north'
.to polut of beginning, containing -104
acres, moro or loss.
I Second; Lots 3-4-5, Section 12,
'and Lots 3-4, Section 1, Township 41
South, Rnngo 9 East, Willamette
Meridian, containing S2.C5 acres,
moro or less.
' Third; Lots C-6-7-8. Section 2,
Township 41 South, Rungo 9 East,
W. M., containing 49.90 acres, tnoro
or loss.
Feurth: NE'4 NEU Section 9.
Township 41 South, Range 10 East,
W. M., containing 40 acres, moro or
less, all lii Klamath County, Stato ot
Oregon.
Any. und all persons having ad
verse or conflicting claims to said
land are hereby notified that u full
statomont, under oath, of such claim
should bo filed In this offlco togother
with mi application showing n super
ior right to a permit or lease under
said act or In lieu ot such applica
tion, a showing of a valid eusting:
adverse or conflicting claim tq the
land or tho minerals tlioreln undor
tho public land lawn, on or heforu
tho 27th day of October, 1921; oth
erwise such claim may he disregard
ed In granting' tho permit or leaso
applied for.
JAS.F, HUROES9.
S 19-28-O.3-10-17 Roglstor,
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