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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1916)
THK 11KNI) IWLI.ETIX, I1BXII, tRK., WEDNESDAY, JCXK, 7, 1010-
(Los Angeles Times.)
Tinscljall In n contest between nev
crnl thousand fnns on ono side nnd
n couple of ball teams on the other.
The game Ib to seo which sldo can
stand tho longest v. hat tho other Ib
Tho como Is played on a large plot
of osrofully bnrbered Ilermtida, sur
rounded by high-board tobacco- nnd
At ono 'corner of the plot Is a
thick slice of Roman amphitheater,
known ns tho granil Htand, and equip
ped with tunnel trenches, wlven-wlro
entanleniont, uiu wr-corrospond-cts.
Animunltlon Is dlslrlbuted by n
.hot-dog enrrlor-syntem. which gives
even bottor rumilts than tho automat
ic powdor-monkoy system of the navy.
T hot dog Im a tubular section of
ralorlc can I no decorating the Interior
of the petal of a split bun.
Kor tliiwo who wlult Turh'sh baths
thnro are long rows or perspiration
planks on either ride of the grand
stand, commonly known as bleachers,
from n Latin word meaning "to
The difference between tho grnnd
stand and the bleachers Is tw only-five
cents. The principal use of the
hloaoliorfi Is to niakf people wish
they had spent the other two-bits for
n sat Instead of for tlean laundry
The people who sit In tho grnnd
stand nnd bleachers are called fans,
bemuse thoy aro open nnd going most
of tho time on a warm dsy.
Tho persons who perform on tho
llormuda are called balI-plaorH, but
In tunny ensos the reason for this Is
Their pnrt of the gnmo Is to try
to smear each other with giose-eggs.
the loam smelling thp strongest of
gooso-egRH at the end of n rertaln
numbor of rounds being dorlnrod tho
Tho official sniffer Is known as tho
without friends, nnd to make the de
cIbIohb that will keep tho fans from
noticing how hard tho Bests are
In moat gamcH nowadays two um
pires are used, so that In case one Is
killed tho game will not be delayed.
If the game Ib not pleasing to the
fnns, they omit grievous lamenta
tions and Ishuo dogmatic pvouch
nients to the umpire, accompanied by
empty pop-receptacles .
In -ae ho dboa so, n goodly delega
tion from the ball players present
Immed'ately waits upon him with ar
guments so forcibly proaented that
ho Is often greatly moved by them.
sometimes as far as the hospital.
Dnseimll has much to answer for.
Hosldes being to blamo for several
million Instances of delayed chores
all over the country ench ovenlng be
cause It gets dark on the pasture di
amond so late this time of year. It It
tho cause of the funerals of more
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(WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE
la Harper's Weekly )
Our papers, our llttlo country
papers, scorn drab and miserably
provincial to strangers: vet we who
read them read In their lines the!
sweet, intlmnte story of life. And
all theso touches of Nature make us
It is the country nowopaper. bring
ing together dally tho threads of the
town's life, weaving them Into some
thing rich nnd strango and setting
tho pattern as It weaves, directing
tho loom, and giving tho cloth Its col
or by mixing the Uvea of nil the peo-
plo In its color pot it la this coun
try newspaper Hint reveals us to our
selves, that keeps our countrv hearts
quick and our country minds open
nnd our country fnlth strong
Whon tho girl at tho glove counter
LINE TO RUN BEYOND
Southern I'nclllc to Rrlmhllltnte Cor-
mills & Eastern Olllcinl Denies
That Company Has Any Ileslns
On Central Oiejion Country.
mri rrlna (fin Imv Iti lt Vt niacin In
grandmothers of office boys than any h ,ho now of thg,r wddng ,8
other one dlnease.
I good for a 10-llne wedding notice.
Hut on the othor hand, It Is good ,, ,. ,. . . ,,, . "
M . . .. m . I TV Hlicn ill wits VUUIIli; uu irt
for tho circulation, not onlv of hose I ,vo thcm gc,f wMjn n
who go to see the game but of the K courgo kn(w thnt thcr ,
newspapers that give It two pages of g n ,,.,, nnmcd 0rover. or
pink or green advertising free oach Thc0(,oro or Wooilrow, wo have that
'")' nnlnhbnrlv fpollntf thnt lirnpda thn
Wli, Is baseball, you ask? " 'rpa ,,om0cracy. When we rend of
t Is like rhi.rlty-lt never fs lleth It aonth n that hop)o WQ mmm th
Is always there, except on MoniUia j tham th(U mOTtrn Whon wo f(l(, t)lcm
or vci Krnunua. ''i ' "' "l""
SALEM, Juno 1. The Marion and
Linn County Railroad company filed
articles here Thursday morning with
capital stock $250,000 and Willlnm
D. Kenton, Ralph E. Moody and lien
C. Doy incorporators. The road will
begin at a point near Hoover, Mar
Ion county, and run In a southeast
erly direction along the north fork
of tho Santlam rover, ending In Linn
county. A general railroad businoss
will be transacted.
who Is too old to keep up with the
attempt to civilize football, and too
young to need so soothing n seda
tlvo ns golf, who works hard when he
works nnd wnnts to rest hard when
ho rests: who wants n drama that Is
as full of surprizes for tho actors ns
It Is for tho audlonco; he wr.nis a
inco thnt cannot be flxt like a horse
nco: who Is so genuine nn Ameri
can thnt he wants something to kick
pliout without meaning It, nnd some
thing to yell about that ovorvhodv
nroutid him will think morn of him
for yelling about to that man base
ball Is the ono great llfo-saver In the
umpire. Ho Is a man paid to be good old summer time.
Chautauqua Soloists Coming
moving upward In the world. Into a
firm, and out toward tho country club
neighborhood, we rojolco with them
I thnt rejoice.
I Therefore, men nnd brethren, whon
you are riding through this vato of
tears upon tho Cnllfornln Limited,
nnd by chance pick up the little
country newspaper with its meager
telegraph service of 2,000 or 1.000
words or, nt best, 1C.000 to 20.000,
whon you see Its array of country
sldo Items,. Its Interminable local
stories', Its tiresome edltorinls on the
water works, the schools, the street
railroad, the crop and tho cit prInt-(
Ing, don't throw down tho contemn-'
tlble llttlo rng with tho verdict that
there Is nothing In it. Hut know
this, nnd know It well: If you could
take tho clny from your eves and
road tho l'ttlo paper ns It la written,
you will find all of Ood'fl beautiful
sorrowing, struggling, nsplrlng world
In it, nnd what you 8av would make
)ou touch tho llttlo paper with rev
A doBlrr.blo bread knife freo with
every nnnunl subscription to Tho
K"() light opera eer met with tuu-h limtnutaneouH nnd whip fnvnr ns tin
comic opein "Murtlm." Itcih!e rlwng mi exceptional ingrini of popu
lar and grand operu hclri-tlmi lit Clmut niiiia, Hut iwm.ni Lyilon will
pri'Nent the nciuiid net from ".Martha" In m stuiuc mid iipprnpruue miiiiik. The
lliwtnn l.jrlcs are sphndldlj ImIiiiimiI nnd ihimiugUly trained, mid ihulr Uiu
li'iiu tcrnluu of the out popular opciu U d Idcdly coiivliicliig.
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Business and "Patriotism
A Nonpartisan Appeal to the Nation
Ikt ll'hlf llimr
ll'tutinjfltn, Afnl Jl, 1916
J' tht 'llunntii Attn f Aminia:
PUIiSPFXK. your cotilUl co-operation in the patri
otic icivicc undeilalen liy the cngmeer and client
gggi ittt of tint countiy under the dnechon of the Indus-
dial I'reiMfediieM Committee of the Naval Comulting
IWd of tlic Unitctl Slatw,
'Pie confidcntwl mduiln.il invcntojy you are ailed to
upply u mlcndfd for the cxeluuve benefit of the War and
Navy DeiKulmrnt. and will be ul in oiRanizinR the indu
ttnl reioiirces for the public immcc in imImhoI ilcfene.
Al my tcqucit the American Soarty ol Cml Ensineen,
the American Institute ol Miiuiik KnKiacecs, the American
Society of Mrchanic.il luiRineeri, the American Institute of
lileclrical Iinnmeeri and the American Chemical Society are
gratuitously assistmR the Naal Consulting Hoard in theoikof
coOrcting this data, and I confidently ait our earnest iiuuvoit
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WOUI.U nJ imUMtal by till Moiupr fr.
WorlJ-famoui Tenor, Sayit
all, from a
in per ' a
"Tuxedo Does Not
Irritate My Throat"
That's what the world's
greatest tenor says about
Tuxedo. That's what you
will say about Tuxedo after
you've jiven this mildest
and plcasantcst of all tobac
cos a week's trial.
The criminal "Tuxedo Process"
of refilling mild Kentucky Hurley,
mellowed by 3 to 5 years' agcine,
ptitivtly removes every particle of
harshness nnd "bite".
Put Tuxedo to the pipt tut. That
will show you why, to millions
of men, Tuxedo is the only "just
Read the guarantee in the top of
You can buy Tuxedo everywhere
Til AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPART
D. W. Campbell, assistant general
manager of tho Southern I'nclllc
Company, today said that the tiling
of nrttcles of Incorporation for tho
Marlon & Linn County Ilnilroad Com
pnny Is merely n legal prelude to tho
rehabilitation of tho old Corvallls &
"Tho road has been graded for 40
years," snld Mr. Campbell, "but in
asmuch ns wo hnd no operating need
for tho road beyond Hoover, we let
tho track deteriorate nnd the ties
rot. Now wo hove uso for the lino
because It leads up to a rich tln'her
belt nt tho foot of the mountains.''
Mr. Campbell sold thnt varli on
reconstructing this part of tho line
beyond Hoover probably will begin
nt once. Tho dlstiuice Is 11 miles.
Ho denied specifically that the ex
tension Is tho beginning of a lino
ncross tho mountains, though ho snld
a sultnhlo nvouuo Into eastern Oregon
is found in Mlnto Pass.
Mr. Campbell declared Hint this
should dlsposo of rumors of a "race
for tho pass" which have been cur
rent In tho Marions county press for
so mo weeks.
"Don't lot any ono run away with
tho Iden thnt wo linvo designs on Con
tra! Oregon," ho said. "This Is n
logging proposition exclusively. Wo
want to bring tho timber from the
mountains down to tho Wlllnnietto
Thero aro now no towns along this
oxtenslon boond Hoovor and It is
said thnt tho ombnnlcmont onds in
Tho IncorpornMon of nn Independ
ent company to construct tho line,
Mr Campbell snld, wn necessnrv
from a legal standpoint because Inst
Julv tho Southern Pacific company
hnd tuU'ii ovor tho stock of tho old
... . -i -l(li nther
Corvallls & Eastern uiub ....
I subsidies nnd with that act the llfo
I of tho Corvallls & Kastorn company
' ended. It was nccccssnry, therefore,
' to estnblish n new legal Identity for
construction purposes outBldo tho
bouthern Pacific organization.
ml.. ... nnnmrl HI UlCOrilUI HIUI o
Hie .lie, w.-
are all attorneys for the Southern
Pacific, with headquarters at Port
land. Glean Up and
Paint Up if You
fTTAVr you Joined the "Clenn Vv
t nnd Paint Up" movement? If
not. get In line nnd march to
the front ranks and be ready for duty.
The roval battle of 'Clean Up and Paint
Up" will be fought all over the coun
try. This movement has enlisted tho
i'.i nrni-v nno. vonnc nnd old. the
! neliooK the club", 'commercial organ
izations, municipalities nnd coumr
One crate wide campaign was started
bj the Oregon Federation of Women s
Clubo. which led to the Issuing of the
proclamation to "clean up nnd paint
up" bv Oorernor Wlthycombo nnd wns
followed by tho appointing of n com
mittee from tho Portland chnmber of
This roinmltteo inaugurated a pm
licltv campaign of stupendous work
and met with successful co-operation
or the part of mlnliters nnd physicians
throughout the state. That it has re
ceived true co-operation from the phy
sicians Is evidenced by tho responses.
One phjslcinn Indorsed the move
mnt n. fniinws! "It is much more
exhilarating nnd encouraging to see
clenn. well kept yards and lnwn.
flcan strn'ts nnd buildings than to see
dirty lawns nnd neglected buildings.
The' Hrt ex-imp' I" exhilarating: the
Hpennil is deprcxilng. In which stnte
of mind do you do your best work?"
Another phvslcinn said:
"Want to pi.t the doctors out of bul
ncs? With good water nnd n salubri
ous climate and nn abundance of fre'h
fond most "f the doctor would be Idle
loafers. Hut i nm with you Jnt the
snme. I nm having my hoife painted
..ml lawn mowed, nm. when the paint
ers get their stufT out I will HupIi out
Are you going to do the same? Take
heed to the ndvlce of the above physl
elans, It Is vltnl thnt everything be
mnde spick and span not only for
showing off to tho visitors that nre
coming to your town this summer, but
for tho snke of yourself, your family
"Clenn Up and Point Up!"
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AMONG- TltAVEi.. 110UTKS
of tho United States In
Tho three things that count
most In making travel pleas
ant. Tnko ndvnntngo of Low
Hound Trip Fares and go East
this summer via tho cool,
smootli,, gTanlto-cIenn UNION"
PACIFIC. Aslc for "TOUR"
lltoraturo nnd tho cost of a
Journoy "bnck homo."
Union Pacific Is tho popular
Includo n visit with your eas
tern trip. Through Sleeping
Car Service direct to tho Park.
.1. II. COHIIKTT, Agent.
A. C. IHIAX, 1). V. & I. A.
ROUND TRIP FARES
Kuiihiis City . (10.00
St. Iouts ... TI.'-'O
("lilcngo .... 72.."i()
Fresh Fruits and Fresh Vegetables
Only everything ol the very beit
on our tablet.
Mri. Nettie Sleventon
Myron H. Symons
THE LEADING JEWELER OF
Wnlcli Inspector for S. P. & S. ItntU
ronili "Oivgon 'IVuuk I)IInIuii"
J EWin.HV SI lAT.UWAHE
mmiuv cut aiass
THE QUALITY OF OUH
WORK IS HF.ST 8IIOWN"
IIY THE NU.MHEU OF
WHO SEND US THEIR
WATCHES AND JEWEU
RY TO HE REPAIRED.
Out of Town Onlini (Slven Prompt
If the Price
Asked in other nddilions of Equnl Distance from
the business Center.
Lots 40X105 ..$75 for Inside, $100 for Corners
Lots 50X125 . $100 for Inside, $125 for Corners '
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