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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1916)
TIIK BUND nnXETIN', nEXD. OIIE., WKDNESIXVY. SKPTKMIIKIl 27, 1010.
threw vt and home on an over
bid r. ,U 7alked- stole second
whnn n?n ,e fnd a"U wa9 scoretl
drann.H in"11.6"' ,n Ccnter el.
In thn nm bee8,,"r' .U9dlte11 ''
S'l"'"1 n linker's bad throw to
thfrHP n .l,e0L,tc" "ored for the
s Inel J ? " the Feventh nrt" he
I liSrtf .V0,ie 8e,com'' com,nB on
SVlwle;, cCn11 8Coml '" the
X frnm th,rd wnel ""fden flew
to Russell In center field.
nsfloVT0" f SunUa"8 game la
(N. Y.) 8UN STROKES.
Roger Sullivan steps aside. News
Students of Democratic politics know
what a thlu lino divides stepping aside
Tho Democrats seem to realize, to
their dismay, that If they can't per
suade Mr. Hughes to change from
plaintiff to defendant tho case Is lost
The president "will not take the
stump," but "will accept invitations
to spctfk at different places." Chair
man Vance McCormlck is as Machia
vellian us a muskmclon.
It Is not what Wilson has kept us
out of but wbat he's got us into that
counts at present
This is the package
, PRINEVILLE WINNER
8 to 2
Alt It H E APO
W. Itussell, lb.
Houston, 3b, is
HcJitl Gels Amiy IJnil Fitm start
Clark Hot rioted Hlmvir From
J)crvit b Week Abo Tether-
crow Not UP t 1'oim
O'Donnell, c l
naker. cf. 3b.... 3
Tetherow, p ....3
H. Russell, ss, cf.2
Clow. If ...... 1
Slcldl, rf 3
4, .. .t. .j. .5. : -j.
W!ISum iJ. JB. -SHBUIJSf l.'ft''
Prlncvllle retrieved Itself last Sun
' day from tho 6 to 0 defeat of Septem
ber 17 In a practice game by defeat
ing Dend 8 to 2. Clark was In tho
box ngrln for Prlncvlllo and he had
Bend catlnc out of his hand all the
way through. Three lltle hlu, one of
which was a home run by V. Itussell
l.i tho eighth Inning, was all that he
allowed Hend. Prinovllle played In
Its usual wnappy form, the Infield
working faBt and cutting oft Hend at
Dend lost tho game, more than
Prlncvllle won It. The local nine got
away In poor shape from tho start
with threo errors In the first Inning.
Tethcrow was not up to his usual
pitching form Sunday. Thirteen hits
wcro roglstcrod against him, but
ninny of them were scratch hits
made possible by show fielding.
Hcnd's heavy hitters were tyiable to
hit Clark, popping the ball for tho
most pnrt In tho Infield.
Not In tho entire season has Ucnd
handled Itself so poorly nt tho bat In
tho field. Prlncvllle scored first In
tho first Inning after Kusselt's poor
handling of McCnll's easy grounder.
McCall was scored on Houston's ov
erthrow to first. Prlncvlllo scored
throo in tho third with two gone,
llurdon singled and went to third on
31 5 n B 17 01
PRIN'EVE AH It II B A PO
Estes, ss . . .
llurdon, 2b .
Kills, lb ...
t.lster. c 2 n 1
Clurk, p 4 1 1
Best & Harris
firing us your old casings and
tubes for repair. Work quick
ly done nnd guaranteed to bu
satisfactory. Out of town pat
Best & Harris
36 8 13 1 7 27
Scores: by Innings:
Hend 001 000 010 2
Prlncvllle 103 120 11k 8
Hatterles: Hend. Tetherow and
Clark; Prlnevllle, Clark and Lister.
Could Not Do Her Cooking.
Mrs. V. E. Hartmelstcr, Tea., Mo.,
writes: "I was affected with kidney
troublo for two years. I got so bad
this summer I could hardly do my
cooking. I got Foley Kidney Pills
nnd I feel like a new person." Too
many women neglect symptoms of
kidney derangement, weak back,
swollen ankles nnd Joints, nches,
pains and rheumatism. Sold Every
whoro. Adv. ,
Antofagnsta, a seaport of Chile, on
Moretia bay, a great shipper of metnl
ores, borax nnd nltrnte. Is obliged to
plpo Its drinking water several huu
dred miles from the Andes. Tho city
Is 0110 of tho driest spots In tho world,
though a deep water port. Ileyond It
lies the great Atnonnio desert. Argo
"Voting Soadils Is an absoluto nin
compoop. Ho doesn't know enough to
como In when It rains."
"Ho doesn't need to. With all his
money he can ntford a new umbrella
every day In the week and alio a man
to carry It for him." St. Louis Post
Dispatch. Hr Jiwtls.
Mrs. Sttbbubs-I wilder where little
Willie and Davis arc. Did you see any.
thing of my Jewels as you came along,
Mr. Neidoro? Xexdoro Yes; I did,
ma'am. Your Jewels aro In soak,
saw them swimming lu the river.
Tuoso who are readiest to criticise
aro oftentimes tho least able to appre
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VILLA AIDED BY WILSON'S
FAVOR AND BACKING.
In March last Villa made a
raid Into American territory. Ho
was a bandit leader what
carter of successful Infamy had.
been greatly aided by Mr. Wll
eon'a favor and baeUlnj. tie
was at tho head or Mexican sol
diers, whose arms and munitions
had been supplied to them in
consequence of Mr. Wilson's re
versing Mr. Tart's policy and
lifting the embargo against arms
and munitions Into Mexico. They
altacked Columbus. New Mexico,
and killed a number of civilians
and a number or United States
troops. On tho next day the
president Issued an announce
ment that adequato forces would
bo sent In pursuit or VJlia "with
tho single object of capturing
him." On AprllBth, tho an
nouncement was made from tho
Whllo House that tho troops
would remain In Mexico until
Villa was captured. It was
rurthcrmoro nnnounced In tho
press dtopntches rrom Washing
ton that ho was to bo taken
"dead or alive." Fine wordsl
Only they mennt nothing. IIo
Is not dead. lie 1ms not been
taken olive. From Speech or
Colonel Thcodoro Uoosevelt, De
livered nt Lewlslon. Mo., lu Ho
half of Charles E. Hughes.
j. .j. .j. .j j- .J- -j- j j- -J- ! !
Mr. Wilson during the past rew days
has become such n life long opponent
of tho pork barrel that he Is almost
sorry now he dhlu't veto some of those
Secretary McAdoo warns Treasury
employees against too much political
activity, and ir they don't disobey tho
order they nro likely to be bounced.
i- : : ! !
This administration has dis
played no more feeling of re
sponsibility for the American
women who havo been raped
and for the American men, wo
men and children who have
been killed In Mexico than a
farmer shows for the rats killed
by his dogs when the hay Is
taken from a barn. And now the
American people are asked to
sanction this policy in the name
of peace, righteousness and hu
manity! From the Speech of
Colonel Theodora Roosevelt, De
livered at Lewlston, Me., in Be
half of Charles E. Hughes.
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ever done for them before
. and yet they're MILD
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'The Chesterfield Dlend
2rii"ilvf J".01 "" TurkUh ioUcm
3AMSOUN tor richaawi CAVALLA f.r
rem SMYRNA for mitiiiii XANTHl
for (rcrnc, combined wllh Ihe bM
domtille laef, a
20 for 10c
and yet they're MILD
.IASOX MOOIti: IS CO.MINt;.
Jasou Moore, tho eastern pruiuotur
who lins Ic.iseil Summer nnd Albert
lakes with tho vluw tn obtnlnliiK vnl
uiihlu mlnarul snlta from their wit
ters, Is now on his way to Oregon,
nccordlui; to his Portland attorney.
While horo Mr. Mooro will visit tho
lakes and sco a site for a costly re
duction plant. Ho Ih on his way to
tho Inkos by way of Itonu, nnd Is ox
ptcted to visit Portland tutor, prob
uib ly wuy of Hend.
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IKirtH thut crops lu that soctlon wero
never bettor. No one iih yet lins tried
to rnlro alfalfa, hut all havo inte
rceded IU'h enr with liny and grnln.
On hor own tiomestead Mm. Forguy
has raised .'10 tons of ryo ha).
Hay IVkt, Astlumi nnd IIiiiiicIiILIm.
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