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DAILY EAST OREGOMAN, PENDLETON, OnEGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1007. PAGE TTTRITtt. Mill NIT HIS NEB SHE OF1 SUPREME CUT USES On next Monday morning the su preme court will commence its No vember term In this city and a lengthy docket now awalta the high tribunal. At present 22 cases have been filed for heating at this time and others will doubtless come In before court convenes. Six of the cases set for henrlng are from this county. The following Is the complete dock et for the November term as It now standi: No. 1, Malheur county Emma Frye. respondent, vs. James T. Mof fett, appellant Geo. W. Hayee, Brooks & Baxton. No. 2, Baker county Mary Oossett, appellant, vs. W. A. Oossett, respond ent. C. E. Norton, Hart & Nichols. No, J, Baker county Martha Jen nlngs.et al. respondents, vs. William Lents, appellant. C. A. Johns, Chas. J5. Norton, Chas. P. Murphy. No. 4, Union county L. McGregor. renpondent, vs. The O. R. & N. Co., appellant J. D. Slater, A. C. Spn cer. No, 6, Umatilla county Louisa Homeriujj, respondent, vs. W. J. WII kinson, appellant McCourt & Phelps; Will M. Peterson, D. W. Ball ey. No. , Umatilla county W. F. Mat lock, respondent, vs. J. Shuerman, appellant J. H. Raley; D. W. Bailey- No. 7, Union coultty State of Ore gon, respondent, vs. E. W. Harriett, appellant. A. M. Crawford, attorney general, F. S. Ivanhoe, dhrtrlct attor ney, C. II. Finn; Samuel White. No. 8, Grant county J. N. Bach olfrky tc. Son. appellant, vs. J. C. Stanley, respondent. A. M. Kerch elner; Errett Hicks, J. E. Marks. No, 9, Baker county State of Ore gon, respondent, vs. R, H. Taylor and Jno, S. Frank, appellants. A. M. Crawford, attorney-general, Leroy Lomax, district attorney; W. L. Pat terson. No. 10, Union county O. W. Bade, respondent, vs. C. R. Hlbbard. appel ant. N. C. McLeod; C. H. Finn, L. Den ham. No. 11, Wallowa county-State of Oregon, respondent, vs. James Dorrls, appellant A. M. Crawford, attorney-general, F. S. Ivanhoe, district at torney; A. & Bennett, J. A. Burleigh. No. 12, Umatilla county In the Matter of the Estate of Cynthia A. burner, deceased. Alvin F. Turner et al, appellants, vs. Oliver Turner et al, respondents. Carter ft Raley, Will M. Peterson; James A. Fee, McCourt ft Phelps. No. 13, Baker county 8. II. Jack son, respondent, vs. Sumpter Valley Railway company, appellant C. H. McCulloch; John L. Rand. FEW GO HOME TO VOTE, Intercut at Wanlilngton Not like It Whs Ten Years Ago, Washington. D. C, Nov. 1. Time was a few years ago when the ap proach of election brought, on Wash lngton a Sunday quiet. For several days previous to the election the de No. 14, Umatilla county Phllomme Patmenti wou!d emPty themselves Smith. ftDnellant. v. Jam. Mo., i OI vole ana ln lne u, grove et al, respondent R. J. Slater, ' ment buildings the forces would be J, T. HInkle; James A. Fee. reAel to the lowest minimum pos- No. 16, Malheur county Caldwell I slble. Banking ft Trust Co., respondents, vs, F. L. Porter et al, appellants. Rice & Thompson, Brooke & Saxtdn; Butcher, Clifford ft Correll, A. N. Sollss. No. 16, Baker county" Louis Som- mers et al, respondents, vs. Chas. A. Compton, et al, appellants. Butcher, Clifford ft Correll; Saxton ft McCon- nell. No. 17, Baker county Thelma Starr, appallant, vs. Chas. Starr, re spondent. John L. Rand, P. J. Bun non; Chas. H. Chance. No. 18, Umatilla county First Na tlonal Bank of Pomeroy, Iowa,, ap pellant, vs. B. F. McCullough and W. H. Glllett, respondents. McCourt & Phelps; S. A, Lowell, J. P. Winter, No. 19, Malheur county Will R, King; plaintiff, by substitution for the First National Bank of Payette, Idaho, respondent, vs. William Mil ler, appellant. Brooke ft Saxton, C. E. 8. Wood; Richards & Haga. No. 20,- Wheeler county J. B. No lan, respondent, vs. Clyde Hughes and F. M. Templeton, administrator estate of Jas. Hughes, deceased, ap pellant H. IL Hendricks, John A. Collier; H. B. Nicholas. . No. 21, Umatilla county Ada V. Sturgls, respondent, vs. William P. Sturgle, refendant, and Jas. A. Fee guardian of the estate of William P. Sturgls, appellant. J. P. Winter; Mc Court ft Phelps. J. B. Thorsen et al, administrator. appellant, vs. J. A. Hooper and Joseph Hudson, respondent J. D. Slater; C. H. Finn. Thara Is mora Catarrh In thl. aM-tlnn nf the country than all other dlaaasc put to tether, and until tba laat few vaara au supposed to, b Incurable. For a graat manr rears doctor DrononnrNt If a lvi disease aad prescribed local restedies, od vj conaianur railing to cure wltb local treatment. Dronounccd It lnmr.hU Hrl. ence haa proven catarrh to be a constitu tional disease and therefora nvralrva ran. stltutlonal traetment Hall's catarrh Cure. manufactured b P. J. Cheney Co., To ledo, Oblo, la toe only constitutional cur on the market It la taken latei-nallr In doaea from 10 drops to a teaapaanful. It aria ui reci ly on ine oinoa ana bjocoos ur facea of tba Sratem. Thev offer nna hnn. dred dollars for any rase It falls to cure. Bend for circular and toatlaaratala. Address F. 1. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O. Hold by drurelsta. 7fo. Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation. TO THE PUBLIC. Dr. J. A. Best has remimed practice. Office In Savings Bank building. Office phone. Main HI, residence phone, (Iain 175. During the past few years, howev er, conditions have undergone a great change and so far as Washington is concerned a person might never know that elections will be held in a doz en states next Tuesday. The exten sion of the civil service Is one of the great causes for the change and another Is the fact that free trans portation Is not floating around now adays ias It was In times gone by. A canvass of the various depart' ments today shows that few heads or clerks expect to return home to cast their ballots next week. About the only exception to the rule Is found In those who come from Maryland or Kentucky, In which states the con tests are regarded as unusually close and consequently of more than ordl nary Importance. So far as it known few government employes who claim Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Penn sylvanla, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey or New Tork In all of which states some sort of an election Is to take place Tuesday will take the trouble to go home to vote. LATE TKAIXS, SLOW MAIL. Bond Bros, sell the best clothing that's mad. Northern Pacific Service Cannes Walla Walla to Kick. Complulnts arc numerous lately of the delay In receiving mall from Seat- tie, ft being claimed that on several occasions two days were required for maJl to reach Walla Walla from the sound city. Blame, however, should not bo placed on the postofflce de partment, but on the Northern Paci fic railway, says the Walla Walla Bulletin. About half the Seattle mall comes by way of Portland, being routed that way because the Northern " Pacific trains are late, apd fall to make con nections at Pasco. The main line trains of the Northern Pacific are late because the trains are held In Seattle for the Southern Pacific trains from the south. The mall clerks on the Northern Pacific knof before leaving Seattle, whether they will make connections with the Walla Walla train at Pasco, and finding that they cannot, the mall Is sent via Portland, which Is the quickest route that can then be. found. Members of the local Commercial Club have discussed the matter and say that ' there is practically no re lief unless the United States post office department takes a hand, and compels the railroad to make, sched ule, time. It Is claimed that nothing can be dene directly with the N. P., Made in Now York WE have just received from New York several new Benjamin models. Tailors in other cities may copy these Stylish Garments, but their 'imita tions will come long after the Style has changed in IT r o iew York. There'sjust one way to be sure about Style, insist on the Benjamin Label Correct Clothes for Men Exclusive Agent Here. Bond Bros. Pendleton's Leading Clothiers as the Seattle Commercial club would pull with the railroad company to keep the service as It Is. PRICES WILL DROP. Financial Disturbance Will Affect Price of Food Products. That the present disturbed finan cial condition may bring In Its wake general and substantial reduction In the cost of living Is the talk among jobbers, wholesalers and retailers of meats, eggs and other food products, says a Chicago dispatch. Some of them expressed the belief that a re duction of 10 per cent in the retail price of meats may be made In a few days, should the present money strin gency continue. Nearly one mlllon cases of eggs are In cold storage In Chicago. For several weeks fresh eggs have sold at S7 cents a dozen retail and the cooled" variety at 23 cents. In South Water street many deal ers were quoting the best creamery butter at 26 cents a pound wholesale. This probably will cause a reduction In the retail price, of from 35 cents to 31 cents a pound. The old Pennsylvania Dutch Dunk- ards recommend "Hickory Bark Cough Remedy." Guaranteed te cure your cough, and guaranteed to be pure. Made from the bark of the shell bark or white hickory tree. For sale by any druggist and all dealers everywhere. Pendleton Drug Oo. STAR THEATER TO-NIGHT Entire Change of Programe Morris & ' Morris ORIGINAL COMEDY SKETCH ARTISTS. Musical Bremens COMEDY MUSICAL ARTISTS, IXTUODrCIXG THE LATEST NOV- ELTY FX INSTRUMENTS. New Moving Pictures and Songs Change of program Mondays and Thursdays. Matinee Sat. at 2:30 Any seat in the house 10c o n V The Finest Premium Ever Given Away By Any Newspaper, Now Being Offered to the Readers of the V . i,v . . ""-H Y)y. I This beautiful eight-piece Rogers I i Solid Silver Metal set Riven under the following conditions : The silver set given with the Daily East Oregonian, by carrier, for a period of four months, at the rate of per month. 90c Silver set and Daily by mail, 6 months. $3.50 Silver set and Weekly or Somi-Weekly, one year, $2.50 I IT J These are not cheap, useless articles 0 of plated ware, to be cast aside after a few weeks use, but are of fine nickled Silver and will last you a life time. An article that you will not be ashamed to have in your home and use on your tabje. READ THE SPECIAL OFFER. Anyone wishing to see how these goods stand hard usage, may see them at The Delta or St. George Restaurant Both establishments have used this waro for years. . 1 If interested, stop the carrier or 'phono Main 1, and our circulation manager will call on you personally and explain the offer more fully. This very useful six-piece Kitchen Set given under these conditions: VtGl The Kitchen Set given with the Daily East Oregonian, by carrier, for a period of three months at the rate of per 80c Kitchen Set and Daily, by mail, 6 months, $2.95 Kitchen Set' and Weekly, or Semi-Weekly, one year $1.95