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PENDLETON TEAM' WERE VICTORIOUS
Won From Athena by a Score of 7 to 4 on Sunday After
noon at Athena.
That was the way the score stood in the baseball game at Athe
na between Pendleton and Athena at the end of the ninth inning on
lit- gallic tvaa Jiajri;u in n-oii.; ui uu ui ovJ PwUlJitr, al
though the afternoon was raw-and disagreeable. The forenoon of
Sunday and up until after the special train left here the day had been
fine, and between 350 and 400 people gathered at the O. R. & N.
depot at 1 o'clock and bought tickets for the special train. Several
more bdarded the train at Adams and when Athena was reached one
of the largest throngs of baseball enthusiasts marched to the grounds
and gathered around the diamond that ever witnessed an exhibition
of this kind in that town.
Promptly at 2:30 the game was called and Doc Osborn's ' Yellow
Kids' went into the field. Pendleton took the bat anxl Robert Brown,
the catcher, was the first man at bat. He had two strikes called
on him and the third one he sent into the left field and made a home
run. This caused much enthusiasm among the Pendleton rooters,
and wasftlie only "Home run madeby Pendleton. One was made by
Brown, of" Athena, in the same inning. .When 'Pendleton's Brown
made his sensational hit and home run, baseball stock in the Pendle
ton crowd went up several notches, and all agreed that Athena would
not be "in it." However, .this was . the only score when Athena had
four. By this time the tune of the Pendleton rooters had changed
ana they began to teel a little uneasy lor the result.
Up to this time Dugger had been in the box and Athena's bat
ters had been able to hud him right along. At the -end of the
third inning Wilner was put in the box and he threw such balls as
seemed to unnerve Athena's players. After this they did not make
tally, and Pendleton began to crawl upon them. In the fourth in
ning Pendleton made one run, in the fifth none, but in the sixth made
three. Then Athena held the local boys down until the last inning.
when Pendleton's score was swelled two more, making seven runs.
Pendleton: stole two -bases but Athena did not steal any. Brown,
Pendleton's catcher, is a' wonder. He had not practiced with the
team at all and had not played a game this season,' but he never let a
ball pass him when behind the bat and was a safe hitter as well as a
James McCarthy, of Tacoma, umpired the game and there was
no jangling, as his decisions were always correct and neither side had
a kick at him during the whole of the game. Charles A. Maskrey, of
Pendleton, and Doc Osborn, manager of the Athena team, scored.
The game was void of any disagreeable features among the players,
and the only thing that detracted from the game was an occasional
fistic encounter between the rooters for the two teams.
Pendleton AB fl HPOA E
Brown, c 5 1 1 8 3 0
Dugger, p 1 0 0 2 1 1
Wilner, p 3 1 0 2 8 0
Clemens, ss . . 4 1 0 4 2 1
Hartman, lb 4 0 0 8 0 0
Ulrich, 2b 4 0 0 4 1 0
Ziegler, 3b . ., 4 1 0 1 0 1
Knox, If ..1. ..1 5 1 0 0 a 1
Cornell,, cf 4 0 0 1 1 0
Barlow, rf - 5 2 0 0 1 0
The Hew Issue in Temperanee:
The Leading Temperance Paper, Settadt
tke Call to a Now Crusade la
the Following Article.
AthenaH AB R HPOA E
Shea, c 5 1 0 6 1 0
R. Brown, p 2 1 0 111 1
B. Brown, ss ..... 5 0 0 0 2 4
Vaughn, lb 4 0 0 12 0 0
Saunders, 2b ... .1. . 4 0 0 1 2 0
Willard, 3b 5 1 0 1 2 0
Chapler, If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Cox, cf 1 4 0 0 2 0 0
Lleuallen, rf ...... 3 1 0 3 0 0
Totals 36 4 0 24 18 5
Totals ..r. .1.
36 7 1 28 9 4
ALL THE SAME LIKE
THAT OF MR. DOOLEY.
The Athena Press' Reflections, Hum
orous and Otherwise.
The Athena Press in this week's
issue, gives its readers a touch of
Dooleyism, as follows:
"Mister Flynn, the smar-rtest lditor
on the Payciflc coast today is, in me
individual estimation, McTodd,, ave
the Plndleton Thribune. Wid the as
sistance ave Col. Par-rsons, he has
difated an' elivated the popylist
par-rty clane out ave home an' blrt
right in the dimicratic parthy, bo he
' "Wid ixciptional cour-rage an' fore
sight, Mister McTodd 1b now tellin'
the democrats what to do. Yister
day's prymarys don't seem to suit
him at-all at-all, an now he has turn
ed his attintlons to the convlntion
Saturday, which is toworrow in Pln
dleton. Ye Bee, Flynn, McTodd is a
streuse sort o' a fellle an' he's bound
to win out some way.
"I'm glad to see me young frind
whale Into line fur Billy FurnlBh. It
made me auld heart sthop fiutterln'
an' mte spine draw up like a fiddle
str-r-rlng whin he, coltish like,
molnd ye, jumped fornlnsl the traces
wliin Sammy Jackson trotted out our
Billy and bis two year old republican
record, for governor ave Or-r-regon
In his well-known dimicratic paper-r.
McTadd didn't like It, to be sure, be
gob, for the boy bclaved hla infloonce
was bein' overlooked fur Bomethin'
better, do ye molnd. It's all pie wid
him now, fur lolke the rlst ave us. he
thinks the Yeast Oregonian Is a pret-
aw- 'aav a
flakes the flair grow. Clear
the Complexion. Softens and
whitens the Hands. Preserves
and beautifies the skin of In
fants and .Children.
mr AUolutelr pur, drllcul J wttluft, Mivrittaclr
SeT. Cimopsi Hoirl.iwt only tli out .flleicloiu
oltkln partita tod be.ullAeri. but Um parol tad
X ol tolM. titlh, md Uby ttyt.
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ty good raypublican sheet, don't yq
"Well, McTodd if full o' hot air an'
Milton pr-runes, Mister McNutt,"
said Mr. Flynn, "If he thinks Billy
Furnish is out of the race, nor don't
know a good thing whin he sees it."
"Be ye goin' to attiud the dimicrat
ic Killkenny wake, in Plndleton, Sat-
turday, Mr. Flynn?"
"I am. Be you, Mr. McNutt?"
The Press editorially has the fol
lowing anent the assembling of iho
democratic co uUy cojiv n l-m In Pen
dleton on Saturday.
The democratic county convention
is to be held at Pendleton tomorrow.
It has long been conceded that two
popular Athena men will receivo Just
recognition by this convention when
the nominations are made. Refer
fince is made to W. 1). Chnuili.raiu
for clerk, and T. D. Taylor lor sheriff.
Personally the Press would like to.
see an exceptionally strong legisla
tlve ticket .nominated, and after care
fully canvassing the situation, it be
Heves no heavier weight cr moro
strength could be given tc the head
of the ticket than to Rive tho foniliui
tion for state senator to Dr. C. J.
Smith, of Pendleton, ana for ropro
sentatlves to W. Ml Blakley, of the
same town, and to "Billy" Goodman,
of Hudson Bay. These three men
would give a tower of strength to tho
ticket. They would add solidity of
popularity, business sense, executive
ability and Judgment such as no other
three names" within our knowledge
could give it. Further this paper
would be pleased to support Charted
Marsh, of Weston, to take "Jim" Ma
loney'B place as county recorder, It
considers him the strongest man tho
democrats could possibly muster for
this Important office, It would be
bad policy for the democratic conven
tion to follow in the footsteps of our
republican and Ignore Milton's Jm
portance. An .assesor from the "east
end," be he a man of recognized cler
ical ability, would have no material
trouble In winning from! the republi
can third-tcrrd candidate, A candi
date for treasurer from over Jn that
section would not look bad to us, The
democrats of Umatilla county never
had a better opportunity for a sweep-
. 1 lt II A l
ing success at mo pons umn may
have in this campaign. If they do
not grasp the possibilities of' this op
portunity, with all it means to them,
for buccos in the future, they will be
simply standing Jn their own light, i
The political Iron of democratic suc
cess In this coucty is red hot. Why
not strike it and make it hard?
ANOTHER HEAD ON THE HYDRA."
" It Is time attention was drawn to ft
form of alcoholic traffic that seems to
have been overlooked by those engaged
in the crusade against the rum power
If, os Is believed and taught, alcohol is
most dangerous when it fignts in ambush,
if it is most to be dreaded when it finds,
its first entrance to the system in the
pleasant sauces and dishes of the home,
then the form of alcoholic traffic in ques
tion is doubly dangerous, for it comes ill
the guise of medicine nnd attacks a sys
tem prepared by weakness to easily sur
render to the assault. In many
which are largely consumed throughout
the country, by all classes of people,
there is. a percentage of alcohol which
puts them on a level with beer, rum and
whisky as intoxicants. It is the sinful
ness only of the dose prescribed which
prevents, a prompt recognition of the in
toxicating effects of these so-called medi
cines by those who use them.
" It is safe to affirm that they are
MBDICINBS IN NAMB ONI.V.
Their chief value lies in their alcoholic
.effect as a stimulant. In fact, those who
know, attribute the benefits ascribed to
this class of medicines wholly to the
stimulative effect of the alcohol they
contain. They ore used largely by per
sons not in the habit of drinking liquors,
and the little dose taken three or four
time a day is as stimulating to these
people as his regular "finger" of "bit
ters " i3 to the regular liquor-drinker.
WHAT CAN BB DONB?
"What ought to be done at least is to
compel every patcnUmcdicine manufact
urer to put on the wrapper of his oottte
the quantity of alcohol t contains. That
would at least leave people to exercise
their own judgments. More than that,
no paper truly interested in temperance
reform should print the advertisement
of any alcoholic medicine. It should le
the duty of every temperance organiza
tion ana branch in the country to look
into this question, agitate it, and deal
with the facts just as earnestly and aa
honestly as other facts have been dealt
Aonreciatine the eravity of the issue
raised by the strong statement of facts
made in the foregoing article, we wish
to call general attention to the fact th.it
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
NO AWOHOI., NO WHISKY, NO INTOXI
CANT OP ANY KIND.
These medicines are equally free from
opium and other narcotics.
They are in the strictest meaning of
the words, temperance medicines. Of no
other medicine, put up especially for
woman's use can it be trutnjtuiy affirmed,
as of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
that contains neither alcohol nor opium
or other narcotic in any form.
While the negative features of Doctor
Pierce's medicines may only interest
some of the readers of this article, the
positive features of these medicines must
be of interest to every one. The great
value of "Golden Medical Discovery"
in the cure of diseased or deranged con
ditions of the stomach and digestive and
nutritive organs is testified to by tens of
thousands who have found health ond
healing in' this great remedy. The " Dis
covery" increases the action of the blood
making glands, and by curing the dis
eases which corrupt and cripple the
stomach and digestive and nutritive or
gans, it enables a full and pure supply of
blood to be sent to every part of the Dody.
WOMHN KNQVy ITS 'WORTH.
Women who are always appreciative
of benefits, have been especially appre
ciative of the benefits following the use
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. IU
wonderful cures of irregularities, inflam
mations, ulcerations and female troubles,
have caused women to name it, "thut
God-send to women." It is entitled to
wear the "blue rihbon " of merit as well
aa the blue ribbon of temperance.
I will stand m Jack for
tho season o( 1U02 at Henry
Rosenborg's farm, npur Fuf- ,.
tan Station from
March I, to April 8, 1902
At Honry Loroneon's farm
in Miildlo North Cold Spring
April 8 to May 20
At llcllx, at tho livory lia
ble from ,
May 20 to July I
Tho Jnck "doei his oath talklnjr," hla :
f rotluct ot other sesHoiu being mimeroni ;
tirouRhout this section. IU Is bUck. with .
whlio bellj. wplghs 1 ,100 pounds uul Is sor-;
on years o:d.
TKM8s-$7 single loAp; tit lo Insure n;
maris In foal ; $15 to Injure a llvo colt.
PETER NESSLER, OWNER ;
HORSE "YOUNG HERO":
I nlso will stsml the stnlllon "Young1;
Harry" with tho Jack, "Johnnie, nt the
snroo places huI on tho itnmo dates. Tho ',
owner ot "Young Ho o" U iohn Hmrricr-
mun. "Youiir Iloio" is thtco yours old, ;
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build nnd of good nctlou. rcdlcroot Biro, J
"Honest Hero,1' Rrnndslro, "Locngnrm Ho-
to " vol 12, first dnm, "Queon," sired by ;
"Clyde Jack," owned by Amen Sand Haf.
low,iccond dnui,"Kato," sired by Torcheron :
TERMS: 112 to Insure a maro with foal.
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