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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1916)
TUB REND nCIiLKTI.V, BKSD. ORE., AVEOXKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1010.
Tim IUCND nCLLETIK, I1K.VD, ORE., WEDNESIXVY, HE1TKMRER 20, 1P10.
BEND GIVES FRINEVILLE '
SUAPBISEJIS 6 TO 0
iocnls Hit, Vlny Good Hull, Glvo To-
tltmm' ood .Support, nnil Mint
Out County Heaters.
v Hend gnvo I'rlncvlllo a real sur
prise Buiidny, defeating tlio county
Rcatore on tliolr own ground In a hlt-thu-ball
gamo by n acoro of G to 0.
Ropoita emanating from the cnsmy'B
ramp Bay that Dead JuHt punched tlio
ball nil through tlio game, hunched
hltH and won on all around cood hull.
Tcthcrow wr.o In tho box for llond,
and, according to Cap. O'Donncll, tho
Clino KnllB otnndby twirled the best
gnmo ho hr.H pitched tilts season. Only
three bits wore registered ngnlnnt
him. Tim team gavo him unusual
support. Clnrk wbb In tho box for
l'rlnorlllo nnd wnH touched for 10
hits, moBt of them Bcoro producers.
Clnrk struck out only four men, of
Vhom three wero faded in tho first
Tho lineups were an follows: Ilcud
Totherow. p.; White, c; O'Donnell,
rf.; HoiiHton, .; Stover, 2b.; Clow,
If.; Steldl, cf.; RubscII, lb,; Woods,
3b. I'rlncvllle McCall, If.; How
nian, rf.; KbIch, bo.; Hurdon, cf.; El
lis, 2b.; ilechtell, 3b.; .Morrl:), lb.;
Allien, c: Clnrk, p.
Runs by innings:
Hend 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 I--C
Prlnovlllo .. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
llntterlcB Houd: Tcthcrow nnd
"White; I'rlnovlllo! Ork .ml Alhec.
SHEVLIN-HIXON TAKES GAME
FROM BR00KS-5CANL0N 18-15
fviiiilli Hl! Aggregi'ti'"' Now Hum
Two Out of Ttiii fi'iinif.s t
Their ft edit (.'ft Sciles.
Tho Shevlln-Hlxoii orflru team,
with tho nnalHtiiiK'0 of K. A. Wool
flcn, of Tlio Ilullctln, won tlio third
nnd deciding gnmo In tho office force
Borles on Sunday. Woolflen played
'with the llrookti-Scaiiloii team on tho
occasion of ItB victory a few weeks
ago. Ills services were obtained by
tho Shuvlln-Hlxon ton m for last
Sunday's game. (Editor's note.)
Shuvllu-Ulxon won by u score of IK
Urookf-Scanlon nlmi had recruits
on their list of notable hitters, South
wick, who hatted onco every Inning
end Ovorturf, who reglutered two
hits and was respotiHlhlu for two
Bcores. Southwlck hit threo times
and teglHtorcd threu scores.
Shovllu-llixou worked Johnson,
Mogan nnd llozolln in tho box. John-
Don had ono had inning, in tho fifth
t h n llrooks-Hcanlon aggrogutlon
looked 111(0 stiro winners, piling up
fight scores. Tlio Shevlln-IUxou
hunch on ino hack In tho eighth nnd
did likewise. Iludell, In tho box for
Hrookr.-Hcanlon, was tlio only scrl-ouB-mlnded
Individual on tlio two
tunnis and pitched like u doiuou all
the way through.
ThoHO who participated In Hun
day's frny were: llrooks-Scanlon
Russell, Southwlck, Davis, Sullivan,
Simpson, Allen, Southworth, Spencer
nnd Ovorturf, Shevlln-lllxon Van
devert, ilnsiner, Johniiou, HorAtkotte,
Mogan, Monahau, Miles, llnzelle, Kel
lehor, Woelflen, I.udko.
J, I1. KeyoH, of Ilrooks-Scanlon, and
Frank 1'iince, of Shevllu-llixon, were
inlKiilug from the flist Hack In Sun
The proprietor of a certain hotel In
Europe polled up the following warn
Jill? to his i'IIi'IiIh:
"Gentlemen who iiinin In this hotel
not Miy anylliliig iiIhiiiI their meals
they will he charged for, and If they
huuld say beforehand that they nro
ruing out to hrraUfimt or dinner, nnd
it they say that they not havr nuy.
thing tu eat they will bo charged, or
unless tiiey bring It to the notlcu of
Hie innnagcr. nnd hhould they want
not to Buy anything, they muat order
the malinger for, nnd not nny our else,
i ml miles they not bring It to the no
tice of the manager, they will bo
charged for the leant things not, hc
ronlUii; to hotrl rate. And no fuss
nlll Uf allowed afterward about It,
ud nothing will l allonrd to deduct
tuythlug out of It."
After tula explicit Information there
urvly could be no excuse for inlun
YOU KNOW OF
A Ural EUte Titniatlien
Any New Buildup
Anything thai U ol Inlflfil
and Phone it to
' ' JSv ISPH
Clint. h It rrt tinln tn
"WELL, I RECKON HE WILL
Patriotism, like religion, Is n matter
of service, of lifting others by lifting
np oiiraclres. Patriotism Is lovo of
country, love of one's fellow men, lovo
of honesty, of purity, of decency, of
courage, of fairness, and ho whose pa
triotism docs not Includo these Is no
patriot and he should go away back
and sit down when public Issues arc
up. In tho nature of things, a grab
ber, a Jingo or n Npollsniau cannot bo
n patriot. Ohio filnto Journal.
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A pert young miss said to old Oobsa
Qoldo's heiress, tho uglng Lotta:
"Your nance, darling, is going round
tolling everybody that you're worth
your weight In gold."
"The foolish boy," said the elderly
hfflrcss, blushing for plensuro. "Who
does he tell It to. do you know?"
"Why," snld tho other girl, "to all
his creditors, of coursel" Washington
In hs remarks at tho Commercial
Club luncheon on Saturday William
McMurrny, general rassensor agent
of the O-W. R. & N., took the op
portunity to Introduce to tho club S.
S. I,. WlBBlns.
L. Wiggins, tho nowly appointed
freight nnd pnssengcr agent of tho
company at Hend. Ir. Wigglna will
hnvo an hlo territory nil of control
Oregon nn far east na the Hnrney
valley. A. C. Egrn, who vns suc
ceeded by Mr. Wiggins, 13 now In IiIb
now po'.Itlon at Wallnco, Idaho.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Report of Instruments filed for
record by Crook County Abstract
Company, I'rlnovlllo, Oregon, Sep
tember 11, 1910:
John E. Harnhnrt to RikKort Dyk-
Bterhuls, wd, nw no, 7-11-1:1. $10.00
Tho Hend Co. to W.JI. Downing,
wd lot S, hlk 20, Park Add., Hend,
W. II. Stnatn ct ux & Joseph N.
Hunter, et ux to M. A. Dily, wd lot
3, blk 7, Deschutes, $10.
Walter I). Huntington to C. II.
Ounn, wd ne nnd so nw, sec 2S1G-1-I,
IT. S. to J. R. Post, pnt lots 1. 2.
:. nnd 4, s',4. nc, u so 3-17-1!).
A. 0. Slotidcr to R. P. .Mlntcr wd
lot H, hlk 13, Rlvor Torrni!e. $10.
A. (i. Stoudor to R. 1. Mldtcr. wd
lot 13. blk 13, River Tcrraco, $10.
V. S. to Ednr. I,. Morao, pat no no
ecc 8, sw nw nnd w'fc bw roc U-13-1G.
II. C. Mcl'herson to Mnrtlin 8. Mc
Phorson, (cd, se, eo sec 3, w, o1,
ne nnd nc Be, bcc 10-12-1C,
When you build in Bend
specify local pine
MILLER LUMBER COMPANY
CORNER WALL AND OHIO STREETS EXCLUSIVE LOCAL SALES;AGENT
The Shevlin-Hixon Company
Deafer ud Sail Lake Represealative:
G. W. GATES & CO.
"THE HOME HOTEIj OF REND"
Plc'nsantly Located Largo Rooms
Steam Hont Running Wnter
Phono Red 101
Dining Room in Connection
American Plan Homo CJoklng
ALICE D. SPALDING, Proprietor.
E. II. Knox. Shorlff, to Crook
County tax d, $45G.
B. II. Knox. Sheriff, to Crook
County tax d. $2,'97.1C.
Arthur M. Moore, pat n, sw, nw
occ 2C, b14 sw 24-1U-1G.
Sheriff to u. F. UarKioy, tnx d m,
3-13-11-15 nnd 1C, b 142, $9.34.
ttnrwl m in llm' II. Wilson, wd Its
3 nnd 4, b 15, Highland Add, Hend,
CIRCUIT COURT MEETS
HeiiU Men On Grand Jury Four In
dictments Arc llronght In.
Circuit court, which met in Prine
vlllo last week, is still In ncsslon with
tho prospect of not finishing its work
until tho end of tho week.
Serving on. tho grand Jury wore
W. P. Vnndavert, foreman; Horace
Hrooklngs, E. A. Ilnsaett, J. U. Mi
ner, R. II. Could, 11. A. Scogglns nnd
M. W. Knickerbocker. Tho Jury was
In session threo dnys and brought In
indictments ngalnBt four men:
George McVengh was Indicted on n
statutory charge, E. W. Glllam was
charged with contributing to tho de
linquency of a minor, Gcorgo Dalton
wns Indicted for giving liquor to n
minor, and David R. Dunn was in
dicted on u charge of larceny of a
Tho chnrgo against Dalton, of
perjury growing out of his nrrest
here several weeks ago, was not
Among tho matters brought to tho
attention of the grnnd Jury by Dis
trict Attorney WIrtz wns tho ques
tion of boxing contests, tho Jury be
ing asked to consider carefully
whether any of tho contests wcro ac
tually contests or in fact, prlzo
On tho civil sldo of the court the
is true to size and grade. Grown right,
sawed right, sold right.
TO THE TRDE:---
Our lumber is CALIFORNIA WHITE
PINE, grown at an altitude of 4,200 feet.
LUMBER, SASH and BOX
Roofing of all kinds. Re pai ring
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
Buy Stock Now
case of most interest locally wns the
suit brought by G. H. Hoover against
Jack Tansy for damages claimed on
account of alleged faulty construc
tion of the Universal Garage. The
Jury found for tho derondant, who
was represented by V. A. Korhes and
II. II. Do Arinond. Ross Kuril limn
nppenred for tho plaintiff. '
A doBlrablo bread knife freo with.
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