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BACK IN GAME
IMPROVED PLAYHSP 'IS
SEEN SUNDAY r,
AVttli KxroptJon of One Inning When
Clici 8pttngjj Is llattctl From llox
Content brlntcrcstlng Good
JJuo-Up for the Fourth. Game.
With tho exception of half of tho
fifth Inning tho 1M1 game Sunday af
ternoon between two local ulnes was
the best ball dished out hero this
season. Tho fifth was an awful af
fair, not because of errors, but
throush a batting boo which the
"Scrubs" enjoyed at the expense of
Chct Springor, who occupied a posi
tion In tho box from which ho sent
balls In the direction of homo plate.
Four two baBo hits, two three bag
gers and a couplo of singles gavo tho
batters six runs In that Inning.
The final score was 9 to C, In faror
of tho "Scrubs." Somo of tho players
on tho other team had played against
Prlnovlllo and so It was called the
"Regulars." However, the two teams
matched up about even by discount
ing tho one merry-go-round. After
tho fifth Korval Springer replaced his
brother In the box and pitched fine
ball, shutting out any tallies.
Tho game proved again that there
Isn't any such thing as a has-been on
the diamond. For six innings Frank
Kulp. who has been out of tho game
for somo seasons and Isn't half as
young as ho was forty years ago, did
great execution from the mound. And
as for catching! Well, If anyone
thinks Mont O'Donnell Is out or tho
running ho has another guess coming.
For the veteran backstop did his
work In tho old sure way; perhaps a
mlto slower than flvo years ago. but
as steady and sure as the rise In meat
prices. Nick Welder and McRoy
nolds, of the Old Quard. also show
ed lots of pep. Estes, who shared
tho pitching with Kulp, garea good
account of himself, making It evi
dent that Bend now has three very
fair pitchers Norval Springer, Kulp,
It's a clach that a first class nine
can turn out for the games this week.
Thapltchera above named probably
will alternate. According to fans,
the rest of the line-up will be about
like this, so far as the Inflold is con
cerned: Van Matre. catcher; Steldl,
first base;, Broat, second bate; Sto
ver, shortstop; Johnson, third baso.
In the field there is excellent mater
ial in Paul, 'Hunter, McTleynolds,
Welder and the pitchers off duty.
The line-up Sunday was as fqllows:
"Scrulw" O'Donnell c, Kulp nnd
Kales, p, Prince Stunts lb, Wnrd nnd
Mclloynoldn nnd Weldor Sb, Hpront,
as, Johnson :tb, Mclleynntds If, Ward,
llnles, Kstcs rf, Welder and Kulp cf.
"Regulars." Van Matto c, C. and N.
Springer p; Steldl lb, Hunter !tb,
Uudclt br, Stover 3b, Paul If, N. nnd
C. Springer cf. Proctor rf. Hill
WEATHER FOR JUNE
Month Shown Variety of Tempera
tures Rainfall Is One Inch.
Tho "raro" days woro In ovldenco
In tho month just passed and n few
olhors that were not altogether as
pleasant. , Taken as a whole, how
ever, tho month showed up well with
tho high standard of Central Oregon
weather. There .were 19 daya of
cloudless sky, six on which tho nun
shono a good portion of tho day and
only flvo cloudy days. The total
rainfall was ono Inch, over half or
which fell on the 23rd.
Tho highest temporaturo recorded
at tho local weather station was 93
degrees on tho 16th and tho 17th.
tho lowest, 3S on tho 5th. when a
frost nipped somo of the more fon
der garden truck. Tho mean maxi
mum tomperaturo was 72.3 degrees,
tho mean minimum 39.1 and tho
mean B5.7 degrees.
Tho dally temperatures wero as
7. . .56
13.. . . .73
Ho merry nnd Join tho crowd. Thev
will all bo doing It. Doing what?
Throwing confetti and scrpontlno
tapes. Gctours at Tho Owl Phar
HOAIM NKKII SIGNS.
After making a tour of tho coun
try roads In the vicinity of Hend with
an auto. County Road Supervisor
Jack Knotts of Klamath County says
that one of tho great needs to tho
visitor and autolst Is a system of
signs at the Intersection of all roads.
These signs are inceded to direct
tli 080 that nro not familiar with tho
country nnd will bo a. means of add
ing much to the pleasure of un auto
trip in any uirocuon iroin iioro. ivin
math County, undor J ml go Wordou,
has lookod after this mnttur In such
a way that It has no rond without tho
propur sIru with tho correct distance
upon It. Mr. Knott enmo In his ma
rhino to moot Judge Wordon who has
boon In Portland on business,
DARING BASEBALL PLAY,
Thrss Qtcltn Baits and a Run on a
Scrstcn Inflsld Hit.
"The greatest baseball piny 1 ever
it v," nays ii writer In tin' American
Muguxiiio, 'occurred In n gunie tie
iwecn the PhilauVlpnlu Athletics nnd
the Detroit Titters Hi Shlbe uirk, I'lill.
ridelphlu, dime, lilt:.'.
Ty CobU his tlrsl time up, hit n
nasty grounder toward the tint base.
Tho bull had h dtsvptlvu bound and
Stuffy .Mel tine had sumo trouble
reaching for It mid keeping tiuld of the
ball when be got It. Hut ho union gt-u;
to scramble uviT mill touch urt Just
as Ty raced over the bHg. Connie
Mark's loyal rooter declared the
'Georgia Peach' out by n tulle, but the
umpire had Ideas of his own undTyrus
rested afety(uo the Initial sack.
Tbe unex'epevted usually happens
when this star awaUuiau Is running
base, and uu this occaslou be did
not disappoint his admlrvra. After
tbo pitcher bad thrown the ball Ty,
baring a fairly good lead, decided to
amble atoug down to second, figuring,
no doubt, that I.app Ithe Athlelti'
catchen would be taken off bla guard
and throw wild. To try fur second
after a catcher of Ijipp's ability has
the bull requires nerve of a bleu
order. lie Is usually there with the
perfect peg. but the sight of Cobb Jog.
glng along was tisi much for blm and
bo beared the bull Into center Held.
Cobb saw Harry crouched lu from of
(he base waiting us If to receive the
bull. so. puttering speed, be made one
of his bent leg slides ami landed be
hind the bug. Tben seeing tbut the
bull bud gone to center field, he started
for third base at top speed. tooj one,
I think It was Collins, made a beciuU
ful throw to 'Home Hun' linker, who'
stabbed Cobb with tbe bull as that well
known cvntleiuan was In the art of
sliding bead drat for tbe third haven
"Tho crowd groaned wben the urn
plro motioned Cobb safe 'at third.
While admiring bU nervy exhibition
the fans really wanted tbe dangerous
fellow disponed of, and be bud renctied
third by tbe closed liind- or u mar
gin. Ty stspp4-d the dust from his togs
sod, as usual, ran several feet up tbo
path toward borne each time tbo pitch.
er started to wind up The batter bad
now gathered two strikes, and with
tbe next wind up Cobb raced for the
plate at full speed, sliding with great
force against Lapp, who was waiting
for him with the ball. Hut the throw
had been a little too high, and the
catcher was taken off his feet liefnro
ho could touch tho during base run nor.
"Cobb therefore stole three Imsoa
after bnvtng reached first by n lucky
scratch hit uud iiiiulu tho first run of
the gitmo before tbe uoxt butter up
had hit tbo ball."
FOR THE FOURTH
(Continued from pane 1.)
Hand street, north ion bond cq
Greenwood avenue, cast on Groan
wood nvonuo to 4th atroet, south
on Ith street to llawthorno nvonuo.
west on llawthorno uvomio and
Oregon street to Walt street, south
on Wall to Minnesota, oust oil
Minnesota street to Houd, south on
llond to hall ground.
Prlxea: $10.00 for tho best show.
Ing made by any resident of tho
town, $ii,00 tor second best town eu
try. $10.00 for best entry mado by
farmor. $5.00 for second best.
10:30 llasoball Alfalfa vs. Hcnd.
12:30 Address by Vornon A. Forbes.
On lawn west of Wall
l.unch, froo tor
Music by tho band and singing by
Hend Oleo Club quartet.
1:30 p. m Haby show, on lawn near
Prtzos: thrco silver cups, for tho
best naturcd, healthiest and prettiest
2:00 Trap shooting, nt weal end of
Ohio street near river.
25 bird match for ohamplonshlp of
Central Urogon, iD.uu.
25 bird match for championship of
Crook County, $5.00.
Two 25 bird mutches cloned to win
ners of first two matches, $5,00 ouch.
Other matches will bo arranged If
2:00 Tenula tourunmont on court,
on Ohio street.
Athletic I J vents nil Afternoon,
2:00 On Oregon street.
Fat man's race, 60 yards. 1st $ l.fTp ;
2nd. $1.00; 3rd. SO cents.
On Wall street Hoys unilor 16, CO
yards, $1.60 and $1.00.
(llrls under 16, f-0 yards' $1.50 and
ladles, (any ngo) 60 yards, $3.00
On Oregon street 100 yards freo for
all, $5.00. $2.60 and $1,00.
On Wall street Ladles lihby oarrlaga
race, $2.00 and II.P0.
On Wall street Horse race, quarter
mile, (10.00 nnd $5.00.
On Rond street 8low horse raco,
$5.00 and $2.50.
On Oregon street Potato race, $1.00
and SO conts.
On llond street Plo eating contest;
$1.00 and 60 conts.
On llond street Thrco legged raco,
$1.00 and 50 conts.
Greased pig Prlxo Is tho pig.
6 p. m. On tho river.
Canoo tilting $6.00 and $2.60.
Log rolling. $5.00 and $2.50.
(Must be at least thrco entries.)
Commencing nt dusk there will be
a carnival nnd masked ilnnco on tliu
street. MuhIc by tlio Hend hand.
Lnlor In tho uvonlng dunces will hit
hold In halls, with a smnlt mlinliwloti
ThacomiiilltQOH ivrn ns follows!
J. A. Hasletl, chairman of the day.
Hpoits nml (lames Committee.
II. W. HktiHo. chairman, .loo Mo
Kivy, II. II. Do Armnndi P. It, Doncor.
GhaM, W, KrHklno, chairman, t'lydu
McKay, J. P. Koyos, It. V, Hawyur,
Floats nnd Decoration,
II. P. Mnnlon, chairman. F. A. Hen.
nctt, R. M. Hmltll. .
Mrs. Huslu MolploHh, chairman,
Mrs. (1. V. PuliUm, Mrs. K. M.
Thompson, Miss Mary K. Coleman,
Mrs. P. H. Homier, Mrs. K. A. Knott,
Mrs, II. O. Farrls, Mrs. A. M. Lam,
Mra. J. F. Nitoker, Miss Alice D.
Spalding! Mra. J. A. Hastes,
Rest Room IVatuir.
Tho ladles have taken hold of tho
lunch work with enthusiasm and nu
excellent "feed" Is assured. A ideas,
ant feature of tho day, especially for
women with children. Is tho rest
room which has boon arranged In the
former Thompson furniture quarters
on Wall street, where a lady will bo
In charge nit day.
A big entry In the trap shooting
contest is assured, and entries nro
being mado for tho canon tilting nnd
log rolling contests, who assort post
tlvoly that they will bo on hand when
tho tlmu cornea and ro throuuh with
their stunts, oven It they go Into tho
river to boot.
Ilnlow la tho list of subscribers lo
the Fourth fund:
First National Hank $36.00
The Hend Company $25.00
R. .M. Smith Clothing Co $ 10.00
P. C. Garrison $ 5.00
Hand llullultn $10.00
J.1 A. Wastes $ 2.00
Hand Steam Lndy.'fc Dry 01.. .$ fi.00
1$, Kojroll $ 2.00
A.'U French $ 5.00
I? ' f, Carmndy $ 5.00
J.llf. Connarn $ 2.00
Hend W. L. & P. C $20.00
O. A. Thorson '....$ 1.00
M. J. Danlelson ,...', $ 2.00
J. A. Hrlnkley $ 1.00
ThbMHIor Lumber Co. . 0 . . . $10.00
II. II. Do Armnnd $ 2.00
It. W. Sawyer ;..".....$ 1.0(1
Tho Owl Pharmacy $ 10.00
R. K. Grimes $ 1.00
M. A Bather
W V. McPulstoii
llond Park Co, ... ,
Win. P. Downing
It. II. Lovou
Mlnniier & llnrclay
Ii, A Hhnw ,, ,,,,,
Aitito Hi'OH, , i , , . . .
Ryan Jones , , .,,,.,..
Iluutnr ft StaitlH
R. R. Iloiikm
Tho Metropolitan ,........
Ainerlratt llakory ..........
United Warehouse Co
M. J. MuGrnth
Williams A Hnluuy
Myers A Wllki-y
J. H. Hmltli ,
1 C. Rudow
Adolph Holtoher ..
(lien Hyro . . ,
M. A. Palmer
Wonundy Livery Co
F. A. Dennett
$ 5 00
$ R, on
. .$ 1.00
C. Rohorta $ 1.00
C. A. Paul $
Ilenklo & Ryan $
Coin K. Smith $
D. ti. Mackintosh $
Vernon A. Forbes $ 2.00
W. W. Faulkner $ 2.00
Mctnnhrlmer Hros. $10.00
K. M. Thompson $ 6.00
F. O. Minor $ 2.00
Patterson Drug Co $ 10.00
llert Hhuey i 1.00
O'Donnell Hros. $ 6.00
A. C. Caldwell $ 1.00
Floyd Dement $ 5.00
Deschutes State Hank $10.00
a W. Tharnthwalta $ 1.00
(Continued from page 1.)
nam, Vernon A. Forbes, T. II. Foley,
O. A. Thorson, K. M. llodrield. (I. W.
Hhrlner, II. K. Stevens, Karl Kulp,
Fred A. Lucas, T. A. Hhrlner, J. M,
Williams, Paul llonilorsoiii It. J,
Todd. W. I.. O'Donnell, D, V. Mack.
Intosh, J. II. Manor, U. V. Coo, M.
F. Hawthorn. II. A. Stover, A. W
Johnson, R. II. l.oum, II. A. Oostio),
W. K. Gilbert, A. M. PrliiRlo, J II.
Miner, Clyde M. McKny. Chas. W
Hrskltto, Ray Deyarmond, II. (' Ki
lls, Hyer M. Hamilton, II. A. Milter.
II. J. Overturf, F. V. Hwliher, Frank
L. Milter, Robert limes, M. D. Knnt
sen, Mm. J. A. Kastes, Mra. A M
Maddock, M. K. Coleman, Mra A M
Utrn, Mrs. 8. Mcintosh, D. H. Put
nam. Let a lien n. Mary Monti, flu's
ter G. SprlnRor, J. A- Hather, J II
Connarn, J. K. Kiixolirotsoti, A L
Freneh, L. M. Foss, L. D. Wlosl, H
C. CaliUell, M. A. Pulmer It
Poludoxtur. II. I.nthnm, L. C Furs'
Jr., C H. Hudson. R. R. Ilenklo II
W. Bkuso, It. K. Grimes, S. Murasskl.
Walter Coombs, C. J. Leverett, K P
Hrosterhous, llruce C. Deyarmoml. J.
II. Corhelt. W. G. WntiRli. N P
Crawford, II. IL Dn Armond, Chas
It. LoiiK. M. S. Miller. Mrs. M. Kotx
man, Mrs. Lucy Kotxman. Fred lines,
Mrs. C. D. Hronn, C. II, Kerry, !)
Hases Torment of Asthma and Hay
For tho discomfort and tuUon of
asthma and hay fever tiso Folet n
Honey and Tar Compound. It puts
a healing, soothing coating otor the
awoolon. tlokllng membranes, and
eases tho thick choking sensation
Helps you to breathe easily and nat
urally. In tho yellow packaxo, Pat
torson Drug Co. Adv.
A few hours at a nice classy, clean,
up-to-date placo especially prepared
for gentlemen. wR remove all worn
and 'roubles. Tho Metropolitan.-Adv
PF A I
Dry, Rough and
"Maple and Fir
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
OK FARM LANDS
Let us show you the property S?,
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