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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
b'atmiday, ooTonttfi is, 1021.
". iJ WftM
MONTH TO GET
In Oregon whero hunting can bo
ilono legally with no rear of nr
rct," Socrotnry Mrfaally advises.
Arrival of Water
Fowl From North
"Intorest In liolncr manifested In
I ho c6mlng boxing tournament scho
dtlod for'Novombsr 12 at McDonald's
linll anil a numbor of tickets havn
hoen sold, I). H. Crump nald last night
to a numbor of fight fans who were
asking about tho coming- ovent. "Hob
Iloss, ono of tho principals In tho
ton round go with Hilly I tuff of Chi
loquln, Is In training dally at tho
U und I hall, and knowing that Billy I
Huff Is no slouch In tho fighting
garao, Itoss Is ondoavorlng to got
himself In thu pink of condition for
ton gruelling rounds. IJuffs kcops
hlmsolf In first class fighting con
dition and, for this ovont, will cer
tainly 'lo proparod hotter than
usual,1' - '1
TlckotB Imvo hoen placed on Bala
at Hourly ull tho rostaurants and
poolhalls In this city, tho prices
ranging from $2 to $3, with war ttrx
added. Crump says that tho peoplo
who purchoso tickets for seats In tho
balcony overlooking tho ring will
hnvo an opportunity to seo tho fights
far bettor than from tho ground
floor, " '
"Spooking of Bob now," Crump
tald, " Very fow people know that
ho has boon prominent in tho fighting
gauio, elmply bocauso ho is working
In this city. Hobs has trinkets glron
to him .by tho Kngllsh nobility for
tho part ho took in the great sporting
card put on i abroad during tho
(.ourso of tho groat war. When In
ternational contostt wore mado be
tween flghtors from Franco, Groat
Ilrltaln and. America, Itoss was run
ner up in tho events Just boforo a
Great Herman offonslvo broko up tbo
tournament and forced tho postpone
ment of tho, games until the Gorman
prossuro, on ho lines could bo re
llovod. Tho games wero novor re
umod as tho war camo to a closo and
the, men wero sent to dlfforont parts
of tho wqrld." 1
tfows came that ,Huff Ijad started
his training at Chlloquln this woek
and that he has been smoothing off
tho rough spots which were loft after
his last, battle at Lakcvlew. 1
Tho balance, ot tho flgh(ors In tho
preliminary and soml-wlndup are
also doing road work, shadow box
ing and othor necessary work to
round out for their battles; VTwentjr
eight days should put tho boxers In
tho best' of condition for tbo coming
tournament and It they are not, woll
I'll bo tromondously disappointed, but
I nm watching them closely and if
thoy fall to mako good beforo tho
card Is pullod, I'll pull overy man
out for I have agrood with the boxing
commission to glvo tho public a first
class card, and I intond to do so,"
Anxious cypH nro bolng cast to
wards tho north by sportsmen ulnco
tho arrival of tho first rain Thursday
and conjectures mado whon tho first
big flight of the much desired duck
and gooso trlbp will nrrlro In tho
marshes and lakes of Klamath coun
ty. A small flight of ducks and
gceso iamb last wcok from tho north
and tho sports got numorous nlco
bags of both kinds of wildfowl. Quito
a number of goeso wore klllod In tho
Malln section but within tho last fow
days', at Bportlng hcadquartors, tho
Information has been that tho goeso
Imvo left but nro replaced by an ad
vance guard of northern ducks.
' The main flight, of goeso, sports
mon say, will como somo time during
tbo lattor part of this month whon
tho first' snows nro taking placo In
Pppada. Tho samo condition pre
vails In rogurd to tho ducks but thoy
utrngglo In at all times until old
norous begins raging severely, then
thoy como with a runh, along with
tho honkers. , ' ,
Tho deer hunters aro taking ad-
vantngo of tfacf wet weather to try
their skill, within tho last threo
dayj, ovor 50 hunters have purchased
ammunition nt bo hardware stores,
stating that thoy Intended to leavo
for tho woods. Tho soason will end
Octoboj. 31 In District Twtv which
Includes .Klamath county. v '
IS. ROSE M. BRBWN
IN FOUR WEEKS- TIE
DKCLAHKH IT'S SIMPLY ABTOtf
IHIIINO TO BEH TUB , WON
DEIIFUIj BENEFITS BnB HAH
DKIUVED FltOM TANIiAO
HAvn TRnnmT.if. main Armv.fi
HAVE DIBAPPKAItKD. I
Tbo greatest picture ever shows
in Klamath Falls: "THE THREE)
"It sounds unreasonable, but I
hnvo actually galnod 20 pounds in
loss than a month's tlmo by taking
Tanlnc and tho wonderful benefit
I havo dorlvod from tho use of
this modlclno is simply astonish
ing," said Mrs. Rose V. Drown, 111
Third Stroet, Manchester, N. H.
"Why, I am so happy to be re
lieved of my troubles I can really
nnvor praise this modlclno onough.
Up to' tho tlmo I bogah taking Tan
lac, I suffered for something over
two years with a Tory bad form of
stomach trouble. '
"My nppetlte was so poor I could
scarcely eat a thing. My stomach
would bo so badly bloated with gas
somotlmos I wa almost afraid to
go toTodfor fear t wonld actually
smother J. I felt tired and worn
out raostjjof tho tlmo. and bocamo
terribly "discouraged over my con
dition. I often had snch violent
headaches. I was unable to be out
of bod for two or three days at a
of Tanlae com-
I J,.fcllir-fci-j''. '
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WOOD TAKES POST.
MjANILLA, P. I Oct., 1C Major
donornl Leonard Wood was sworn
In today as governor general of tho
I'hlllplncB Islands-'unon lilft nrrlvni
frofn Japan ortiTnssumed inojduticA
oi mo 9riio immediately.'
WliXKR; IAHP :I)IHPJUAf)U c,
TUttr y, F.xltoeco of; Dprrls visited
aM'ranK,Btowart'H heme: Sunday, and
Monday, i -.-
WardDolan Js reported to bq .on
thd'BlcltJIst.TJ'i'ft L.J.4X t- It .
Mlsi Mabc.l.CTC3by has: attended
the Institute .this woek aifd.,.lhe
scholars are ,rcjoleedovor,.tlio.evaca4
tloh. t t .. . . :,..
Wm. Cheyno Is busy hauling pota-1
toes, to 'town.- v.. . .
.Mrs, Cheechov.is sick this-week
V ' rrr-
Ham 0. Tallman, deceased, will ncfl
at private sale to the highest bidder,
on and aftor Novombor 7, 1931, n
right, title and Interest owned and
possessd by said deceased nt tho tlmo
of his death In ahd to the followlm;
described real property,- to-wit; Sit
hatod in Klamath Codnty, Oregon,
tho Southeast Quarter bt Section SX
Township 40, South' liango 10. Katit
of Willamette Meridian1, contnfnfntr
JC0 acres. Said administratrix is
authorized to soil all or any portion
of said premises for cash In hand',, oar
upon tcrmB to bo approved by tfia
Court. All bids must be in wriUaie
and delivered to the undersigned at
tho law offices of, II, C. Qroosbeclc.
Klamath Falls, Oregon, prior to No
Yombor 7, 1021.
Dated October 8, 1921.' '
Administratrix of tho Kstato of
William Q. Tallman, Deceased.
O 8-15-22-29 N. 5 "-
NOTICE OF BALE OF IlEAL ..,
I , ESTATE
Notlco is hereby given that, pur
suant to an' order of tho County
Court, of. tho State of Oregon fqr
Klamath County,, raadond entered
on October 3, 1921, the undorslgned
administratrix of the 'estate of'Wil-
at the Strand
I plotely restored my health and any
I ono can see at a lglance tho won-
can eat Jnst anything
out ever feeling a' flgn of indlgek-'
tlon. The best of all, I am never
bothered' any more-wUh;hea'daehfl's
sand this was the greatest relief-of
USE SLOAN'S TO
EASE LAME BACKS
YOU can't do your best when
your back and every muscle
aches with fatigue. ' . .' .'
Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, with' ,
out rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative
glow df warmth and comfort. , .
, - Good for ' rheumatism', l rieuralgU, '
sprains and strains, aches and pains,
sciatica, sore muscles, stiff, joints and
tne alter eitects ot wcatner exposure,
K' C,Hy. S. .Cohorts j
! ,'JHfave Safe Journey
Telephonic advices' received last
night' by parents ot pupils who
went to Ashland with tho football
team are to tho effect that , thoy
all arrived safely and that tho local
team Js due for a stiff gamo this
afternoon. Tho Ashland football
coach has given his team a stren
uous workout tbo past two weoks
In an ,endoavor to regain tho lost
prcstlgo which, the heavier team
suffered whon the locals took them
into camp jhcre' two weeks rago.
. The rally was in 'course; of cel
ebration, iho youngsters said, and
the' Ashland and Klamath rooters
wero making the streets ring with
their resnoctlvo cheers. Ashland had
'an ) awakening last night" that It
'has not cxporlonccd this year. Des
pita tho. small numbor ot rooters,
Klamath county high school cheer
ing was heard abovo all tho
"drowning" noises that Ashland
rooters could make. '
dorful change that has taken place all.-1 want to tell everybody what
t r ii.i !. i I. ..---. . - - ,..
n my conumon. i-navo a "spien-, mis mcaicine nas aone ror me."
did appptlto now and' th'stomachr Tanlae and Tanlae Vegetablo Pills
troublo has entirely disappeared. , I Jtro sold by Druggists everywnoro. adv
That Local Hunters
Keep Out of Calif.
Secretary W. W. MoNcally ot the
Vlnmnth flnnrtiimena' association
again issuoda- calj upon tho hunt-,
ore of this port' of Oregon to re
frain from trying thoir luck in Cal
ifornia on any kind ot game duo
to the fact that tho California law
forbids tho transportation ot tbo
game back to this stato. Dosplte tho
warntng sent broadcast by him
igmo threo wooks ago this woek
two Klamath county men, James
Stovenson and Dort Franklyn of
Merrill paid fines of (CO each at
Dorrls when plckod up by n Call-,
fornla game Warden At the time
thoy wore moving camp and as they
said, did not Intond to return
Socrotary McNoally advises Ore
gon huntora not to try to frncturo
the law by Booking to ovado the
game wardens in California as It Is
almost usoloss. A systom of es
pionage baa boon arranged on tho
border ao that tho wardons are
Notified when Oregon huuters go
into California hunting grounds.,
Possibly some may get by but tbO(
chances are all agalnBt tho ma
No waiver ot fie California law
can be secured to permit tho Ore
gon huntors to bring home their
kill until the California legislature
goes into session this coming Jan
uary, whon thoro , is a, possibility
that pressure may be brought to
bear ao hat the law will fee
amended to permit Interstate trais
"The Oregon hunters are simply (
Ml against a atone wall at the Jre-,
tejat tin and are downright tool- I
Up to s iiTVado the law. 07 L
OH, CO. FILEB ARTICLES.
SABM, Oct., 15 Articles ot In
corporation havo been fllod by tho
Impcrinfl'ctroloum company of Kla
math Falls, capitalized at 2G0,000.
The incorpordtors aro Qoorgo D. Qrlx
zlo, EvS. Henry and It. J. Sheets. ,
, . ,
MakcijUint idlo dollar workt Put
it in tfio Itnnk. ' '
1 Imagina trying
with two sticks
tweon tbo thumb and fing
er. Tho Chinese do thla
very, nlcoly; though, and
probably would find it
very awkward to eat with
Unlvoa and forks, .
It Is said that spectacles
wero used In China many
hundrods ot years ago, but
they woro very queer look
ing things compared to tbo
modern,' dressy eyeglasses
wo aro showing. (
' And our methods of ex
amining the eyes are thor
oughly modern, too. It will
bo to your vory decided ad
vantage to call and fee us
If you are having trouble
with your eyos.
H. J, WINTERS
INUae 141-W 712-714 Mala
Who Was It Said
They're 'Poor Fish
LOS ANGELES, Oct., 14--01d-
fashloned fishing bait, tho kind that
turns swordflshes' swords fnto cork
scrows, Is making tbo mouths of an-
glors off San Pedro light water these
days following a tale told customs
officers by Captain Adolph Adolph
son, skipper ot tho schooner Presi
dent. Iloal bonded liquor, 6624
quarts, was Jettisoned in the path ot
travel between Los Angeles and Cata
Una, said Captain Adolphson. It was
dcatlned for Ensenada, Mexico, from
Vancouver, but heavy weathor was
encountered oft San Pedro light, and
tbo wet cargo was conslgnod to Davy
Jones to lighten tho schooner so that
it could scud more dryly before tho
wind to safoty.
Herald classified ads pay yon.
Police Give Two,
Men, Choice, Jail
Or Leaving City
; Tbo police department has more
than ono reason for bellovelng that
Frank and George Redonilo, brothers,
claiming San .Francisco ,as( their
borne, arrived in, this city for alleged
evt purposes and after Investigating
them Thursday, tho two men were
taken into custody by Patrplmcn Mc
Laughlin andi Durham lost' night.
At the police station the two mon
woro searched and recolpes for tho
manufacture of nearly overy kind of
liquor found on them. A telegram
sent to somo woman in San Francisco
for 60 was the basts for believing
that tho men planned manufacturing
Illicit liquor. Tho mon wero given
24 hours to get ont of town and Btay
ent; They loft yesterday.
For forty yearspain's enemy. Ask
your neighbor. Kttp Sloan's handy,
- At all druggist--35c, 70c, tl!40.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
, Equity Ne: 1344
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
; STATE OF OREGON FOR KLAM
ATH COUNTY. ,
1 Birdie JJntl, Plaintiff
vs. - -
Chas. Llnil, Defendant.
To Charles Llnil, defendant- abov
named, In the Name ot tho Stato of
Oregon, you Are hereby requlrod to
appear and nnswor tho complaint
filed against you In the abovo entitle
causa within six. weeks from tho date
of the first publication of this sum
mons, and if you fall so to appear' or
answer, plaintiff will apply to tbe
Court for the rollef prayed for in hoc
complaint on.flte.herern to-wit, for a
decree dissolving tho bonds of matri
mony now existing1 between plaintiff
q-d .defendant, and- for sdeh other
add i further, relief as to, the Court
may seem equitable.
This summons is served upon yon
by publication thereof In tho Evonlnit
Herald,, a 'dally newspaper, printed.
published, and of general circulation -In
Klamath, County,, 'Oregon, once
week for 'six Weeks by-order of tk
Honorable D. V. Kuykendall, mate
and entered on 'September 9, 1921."
The date of the first publication oS
this summons is .October 7, 1921.
, R. C."GROKSDE5CKr
( Attorney for Plaintiff
Address, Klamath Jails, Ore-0-7-14-21-28
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We Will Serve Our.
'Special Sunday Dinner
From 11 a.m. to 8 p. m.Jor $1.00
Cream ot Oysters a
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' TSHBJ3J.J,- -
.' Teung Celery
, . fJALAD--Comblnatlon
9 Fillet et Halibut, Shrimp Sauce'
Baked Young Chicken with Celery Dressing
'' ' Patties ot Bastern Oysters in Cream
t .' .
.Yaallla retM. flocoanut or Apple Fie
' ONE DODGE BROTHERS SE
DAN, LIKE NEW.
ONE 1917 FORD TOURING.
ONE 1920 FOR,D TOURilNiG.
ONE 1918 CHANDLER SIX.
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the ideal method
Electrically equipped kitchens 'hold
no terrors for the housewife. 'They '
are cool, cozy, and comfortable in
the summer. They eliminate, f, the ',:
drudgery, the grime and the nerve
racking pension caused r by wood I
stoves The expense is surprising--ly
low. Let us tell you about it'.'
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