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AGAIN VICTORIOUS The fight by rounds: Round 1.-Both men rushed out of their corners and Papke went to his knees. Kethel sent a right to the stomach. They try wrestling tactics for a minute, then swing right and left. Papke sends to neck and they clinch. Papke sends two hard ones to the neck and Ketchel two lefts to the stomach. Ketchel gets in a left to the jaw and follows with a left up percut. Ketchel lands two lefts to the stomach. Papke sends a terrific left to the tomach. Ketchel rushes iapke and uppercuts him. The round ended with the- men in a clinch. Round 2.-They come over like two furious lions and go at each other. They clinch and try to force upper cuts to jaw. Papke gets in a left to the stomach, and then both land rights to the neck. Papke jars Ket chel's head, and they clinch, with Pauke landing right on the neck in the breakaway. Ketchel lands right and left to the jaw and jars Papke. They clinch and Ketchel sends a right to the kidneys. Kethel slaps and goes by Papke. Ketchel doing work. Round 3.-Ketchel tried to' force his left to the jaw in a clinch. Papke sends left to the jaw, followed by right to the same place .Ketchel ap pears to land the cleanest blows, his force telling. Ketchel doing some good infighting. Ketchel forces Papke to the ropes and works hard to put his man; away. Both men still slam ming at each other. The round end ed with Papke getting a hard left to the neck. Round 4.-Papke sends a left to the neck and the men clinch. Ketchel lands a left to the stomach. Papke sends left to the jaw and Ketchel went to his knees in trying to land a blow. The men exchanged rights to the jaw. Papke knocked Ketchel to his knees with a left. Ketchel was up in a second. Papke sent in some furious straight rights to the stom ach as the round ended. Round 5.-Ketchel lands right to the jaw. Papke sends two to the jaw. Both men are bleeding. Roun: 6.-Both landed right to the stomach when they came together in a long clinch. Papke sent a right to the ribs. Ketchel landed a left to the jaw twice. Papke gets in a left to the jaw and delivers some hard ones to the ribs. Papke is fighting harder. Ketchel swung and missed. ..... - -- .m.• Mn~, Special Display OF JAPANESE GOODS 5 - Days Only - 5 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, LAST DAY We have accepted an un usually liberal offer of the importers of these novelty goods, and will have a very extensive assortment dis played at our store for the remainder of THIS WEEK ONLY Come Today and Lookver. it HAYRE COMMERCIAL CO. 201, 205, 209, 215, 3rd Ave., Havre, Montana Ketchel backed Papke up to his cor ner. Papke raises a lump on Ketch el's left eye. Round 7.-Papke sends left to the jaw and they clinch. Ketchel gets in a left to the ear and another to the stomach which doubles Papke up. Ketchel doing good infighting. Papke sends left to the neck and receives a left in the stomach. Ketchel forc es Papke to corner again. Pake re ceives several hard punches on the body and is forced to the ropes. Ketchel sends in three uppercut lefts to the jaw and Papke clinches. Ket chel hits hard right to the stomach and Papke sags slightly. Both men are tired. Round 8.-Kethel forces Papke a round the ring. Papke tried to send in a right to the stomach but is blocked. Papke hits Kethel low and Ketchel complains, but referee did not heed. It is a slam-bang, both men trying to get in a knock-out punch. Round 9-The men come to clinch. Both miss swings. Papke sends a terrific left to the neck but Ketchel sends damaging uppercut to the face. Papke covers up and Ketchel gets in left to the jaw. Papke lands right to the neck and left to stomach twice. Ketchel gets in furious left to Pap ke's face as the round ends. Round 10.-Ketchel swings and miss' es and they clinch. Ketchel forces fight and Papke clinches. Ketchel forces Papke around the ring and both men are tired. Ketchel swings right and left and misses. Papke backing up. Ketchel follows up and lands right to stomach. Papke lands furious left to Ketchel's mouth. Ketc el forces Papke to the ropes and staggers him with left and right to the jaw. Ketchel gets the decision. No Need of Suffering From Rheuma tism. It is a mistake to allow rheumatism to become chronic, aas the pain can always be relieved, and in most cases a cure be effected by applying Cham-' berlain's Pain Balm. The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost. It makes sleep and rest possible. Even in cases of long standing this liniment should be used on account of the relief which it affords. Do not be discourtged un til you have given it a trial. Many sufferers have been surprised and delighted with its relieving qualities. 25 and 50 cent size for sale by all druggists. Flood view postals at Boone's. Allendale Lodge No. s, Knights of Pythias elected officefs at their regular meeting last week as follows: Thos. W. West.. ....... ...C. C. 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