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East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 26, 1907, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 10

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We have just received a
carload of
from Sac City, Iowa,
which we will sell at
3 Cans for
Just think of it, other
stores charge you 2 for
We guarantee every can
or your money back.
Grocery Co.
214-16 E. Court St.
Phone Main 96
Choice Fresh Meats, Lard, Sausages
and SmokeJ Meats every day at the
Central Meat, Co.
Carney, Ramsdell & Co.
Telephone Main 33
Washington Tritni Carries Homo the
(no Fire Mill of on 18 to 0 Soore
Thiirtlar Fictilng's Ginger Pot
Workoil Wonder for Pendleton
live Ml mi l in Only Necessary for
First Touchdown Hooves' Place
Kick a lYaturc- of Game Work of
Pendleton Town Satisfactory.
With a walkover that was pleasing
to the local high school boys and their
fair supporters, the Walla Walla foot
ball team was defeated by a score
of IS to 0 yesterday afternoon. Since
i m-ii more mis oeen joy in me ranks
of the Pendleton student body for the
walla Nallans have always been
i strong opponents in the past.
Though played upon a field that
lacked the usual mud of the football
season, the game yesterday was a
good one and If was played under the
new rules which makes the game a
much more open one.
The first touchdown of thi game
was made within five minutes after
the klckoff and the ball was carried
over the line by Divine. A little later
Reeves made a pretty place kick from
the 30-yard line. A safety was also
earned by the Pendleton team during
the first half thus making the score
12 to 0 at the close of the half.
During the second half the game
was all In Pendleton's favor and the
local goal was never In danger. But
one more score was made, that being
a touchdown by Baker. A goal was
kicked following each touchdown,
Reeves and Divln doing the kicking.
Throughout the entire game the
Pendleton back field ploughed
through the opposing team almost at
will, owing largely to the fact that
the local line was superior to that of
the visitors. McDIll and Euster, both
new men on the team, and line play
ers, did especially good work In
breaking through their men. Baker,
though injured from the Weston
game, played a strong game, as did
also Reeves and Means, the halves,
while young Hawley Beam at center
was equal to the occasion.
dent Kerr. According to. Captain
Apperson, the scientists at the cen
tral station at Corvallls could co
operate with the branch station and
supervise the work but none of the
experimental station money could be
spent on any sub-station.
It Is now probable that the legisla
ture will now be asked to appropriate
money (or a branch station at Her
miston when It holds its next session.
Good Cliiuui-w for .1. It. McCoy, Who
Wax Itailly Hurt at O. It. & X. Do
pot Yosterilay.
J. R. ("Shanty") McCoy, the' well
known Ia Grande switchman of the
O. R. & N.. who was seriously Injur
ed at the O. R. & X. depot last even
ing by fullliiK from the train and be
ing struck by the steps of the coaches
as they passed over him. Is resting
easily at St., Anthony's hospital this
afternoon and unless complications
set In, It Is the opinion of Dr, W. G.
Cole, who is attending him. that he
will recover.
He Is badly cut and bruised about
the head and back but It Is not j
thought any of his Injuries are dan
gerous although he escaped from ln
stant death by a narrow margin.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
McCoy of La Grande, came over to
day to be at his bedside and will re
main until he recovers sufficiently to
take him home. Ills father has been
O. R. & X. freight agent at La Grande
for more than 20 years and youn
McCoy was call boy for the O. R. A
X. at La Grande before becoming
switchman.. His brother was Injured
at Umatilla eight months ago by fall
Ing under a car while switching In
the O. R. & X. yards there.
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Dally East Oregonlan by carrier,
only 15 cents a week.
O. A. C. Regent Say State Must Pro
vide Funds for Hornilstnn Work.
At the meeting held yesterday
afternoon between the executive com
mittee of the Agricultural college re
gents and the Commercial association
managers. It was disclosed that the
regents have no power to use federal
funds for the operation of branch ix
perlmental stations. Consequently It
will be Impossible to secure a station
for the Hermlston district unless the
state will vote money for Its mainte
nance as It has done for the one at
At the meeting yesterday Captain
J. T. Apperson represented the re
gents' committee along with Presl-
Local Marksnion Have SurpaM All
OtlKT Companies Hoard From.
Since company L's rifle team shot
here Monday the members of the
team have been anxiously watching
the returns from the other guard
companies of the state and the re
suits thus far have all been flatter
Ing to the local boys.
By over 100 points the Pendleton
team defeated The Dalles guardsmen
ind the report from Baker City show
the team there to be even further be
hind, thus leaving company L's team
the champions of eastern Oregon
In southern Oregon nearly all o
the fourth regiment companies have
now shot and none of the records thus
far received have equalled those made
here. Returns are now In from
Roseburg, Eugene, Ashland, Cottage
Grove and Albany. What the west
ern Oregon companies of the third
regiment have done Is not yet known
and the scores are being eagerly
awaited. Six companies of the regl
ment are stationed In Portland, while
the remainder are at Oregon City
Woodburn and Salem.
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'II lAIl 12ES
i v Is a unique product. Iht decoration ot this ware is notaDie
tor originality and beauty, for thai unacanaDic wmeining
which attaches to products made this tmm
by artists who work
under conditions of
freedom and who take
V A. n 1 ' on e
do. Vau and see our
kulfilfcttr) MM h oUc I
Jewelers & Ojuciaas
In Business In Kansas City.
Mrs. George A. Robbing has Just
received papers telling of the estab
lishment of the Egyptian Concrete
Burial vault factory In which her
brother, C. K. Haw, Is Interested In
Kansas city. The Industry Is entire
ly new In thl9 country and promises
to be a strong rival for the coffin
trust. The company manufactures
burial vaults from concrete and the
new method Is taking the place of the
wooden coffin In the large cities of
the east. The vaults can be made
air tight and the body can be pre
served Indefinitely In them.
Loft for La Grande.
A party consisting of Colonel B. F.
Shaw and George H. Hlmes of Port
land and Major Lee Moorhouse and
Bert Huffman of this city, left this
evening for La Grande, where they
will locate the scene of the battle of
Grand Ronde, -which was fought be
tween the volunteers under Colonel
Shaw and the allied Indian tribes on
July 17, 1856. Major Moorhouse will
take photographs of the scene and
the battlefield will later b3 suitably
.!.' .'i.i, tim .:. - ; &
flats of Style
All the new
and correct ideas.
They posses
chic and snap of
their own that
makes them cri
terions of correct
Carrier Miliinery
The Home of the Sty
lish Hats"
INiklnjr Toward Oregon.
The East Oregonlan has Just re
celved a letter of Injulry from Enos
M. Rlrker of Fergus Falls, Minn, who
Is planning to come to the northwest
to escape the Intensely cold winters
of Minnesota. Letters of this kind
are now coming regularly to this of
fice and show a wide spread Interest
among dissatisfied easterners In this
section of the state.
Now Cider Is Plentiful.
More cider has been made in Uma
tilla county this year than for many
years before, on account of the ex
cellent apple crop this season. John
Xlssen & Son have sold eight cider
presses this season, so far, more than
have been sold In the city for a num
ber of years past. The quality of this
year's apple crop Is good and Insures
an excellent grade of cider.
B B'aB'arafatatH
Read Roosevelt's Offer
With every $5.00 purchase of Shoes, Clothes
or Furnishing Goods, bought of The Big Boston
Store, you will receive a fine pair of Roller
Skates Absolutely Free.
Remember "Where you trade to save."
Excellent Progra'nl of Sacred Music
to be Rendered Sunday Evening
Ijirge Choir Organized for the
Wlnteri On Concert Will be Ren
dered Each Mouth nntl Excellent
Urograms Arc Promised.
Buying Driving Horses,
Frank Miles and J. F. Hardman
of Xlcola, B. ' C, were In the city yes
terday the guests of Guy Matlock,
while looking for a carload of fine
driving horses. They left lasf even
ing for Baker City and will return
here in a few days. They want a car
load of well matched, fancy drivers
for a livery business In Nicola,
You Are Entitled to Know
That your money is deposited In a safe place. We court Investigation
as to our responsibility, our method of doing business and our sworn
statements to the government. We meet legitimate competition and
ould appreciate" your account.
Commercial National Bank
Seriously III at Milton.
D. C. Brown, East Oregonlan lino
type operator, was called to Milton
last evening by the serious Illness of
his father, W. S. Brown, at that place.
As he is suffering from heart trou
ble and Is now about 75 years of age
there is but litle hope of his ultimate
recovery. However, he Is slightly Im
proved today.
Tomorrow evening at the First M.
E. church will be given the first of
a series of sacred concerts to be ren
dered during the winter. For sev
eral weeks past the large choir of
the church has been rehearsing the
excellent program and it promises to
be highly entertaining and appro
The church will make a specialty
of these concerts during the winter
and will render one concert each
month. Xo admission will be
charged and the public is cordially
Invited to attend. As Pendleton af
fords some excellent musical talent
and as the M. E. church now has one
of the finest pipe organs in the
northwest, these concerts promise to
be a leading feature of the church
and musical entertainment of the
coming winter.
Following Is the program for Sun
y evening:
Oregw prelude, Prayer J
Beethoven j
Anthem "I Will Praise
Thee, O Lord" Wllll.tms ,
Male Quartette "The City ,
Beyond" Kirkpatrlck
M. L. Akers, J. S. Landers, A.
J. Owen, F. K. Welles.
Duet "The Invisible Lund'" j
Misses Effle and Phyllis Parkes
Anthem "I Will Magnify
Thee" Wilson
Organ Offertory Pastorale
' Prune
Solo "I Am a Pilgrim"
Mrs. J. S. Landers.
Male Quartet "The Tide Is
Flowing Out" Stebblns
Anthem "The Day of Rest
Decllneth" ,. Heyser
10) Organ Postlude In "D"
The choir will be as follows: So-
ranos: Misses McBroom, Porter,
Kimbrell, Effle Parkes, Phyllis Parks,
Mrs. J. S. Landers.
Altos Mesdames Tarbett, Waffle,
Rugg, Rlckston, Sandercock; Misses
Baker and Hull.
Tenors Messrs. Tarbett, Akers,
Landers, Roork.
Basses Messrs. Kimbrell, Welles,
wen, Lambrlth.
Organist Mrs. A. J. Owen.
Choir Director Mrs. J. S. Landers.
Of every dollar deposited in this
bank and left till interest paying
dates, July 1 , and Jan. I , each year
Make your money work.
There Is no better way nor place to
Invest in bulk later on, than In a
Till you are ready to use it.
handle the sums you wish to
has opened a Savings Depar tment and offors all the benefits of a
well devised system. Its of fleers will be glad to explain its
workings and cordially invl te you to give us the opportunity to
do so. Whether your chec king account Is carried here or else
where, you can avail yours elf of our services,
(See our Safety Deposit Vault
for your papers)
Every New Style in
For Men and Young Men
Bond Bros, sell the best clothing
that's made.
Johnson's Orchestra at Umatilla.
Johnson's orchestra played for a
dance given at Umatilla last night,
returning on the early morning train
The Empress of China, the big
steamship which turned turtle In
Vancouver bay, was but slightly
damaged and will soon be ready
for sailing.
The very hour a cold starts is th
time to check It. Don't wait It may
become deep-seated and the cure will I
be harder then. Every hour lost at j
the start may add days to your suf
fering. Take
F & S
Cold Capsules
Used in time they save all that
might follow sickness, worry, ex
penses. They never fail.
Tallman & Co.
Leading Druggists.
Can be seen here in fn ex
ceptionally large variety of
beautiful fabrics of tested
quality. Don't fail to see
them before you purchase a
Fall suit, for we offer what
are without question t h e
greatest value to be had in
the city.
L. Adler Bros. & Co.
Fine Clothing
We desire that you have
your opinion not alone on
its style, appearance and fin
ish, but on the quality of
the materials and workman
ship and the satisfactory fit
of the garments of your size.
Coprniht 1907
Hon ai r"niiniliiMin
The Model Fall Sack Suits $ 1 2.50 to $30.00
New Fall Overcoats - $10.00 to $30.00
Derby and Soft Hats, all the new shades and shapes
- - $1.50 to $5.00
for Fall -

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