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SCALP 1 IIS
Skinned, Skunned, and Trounced By
Athena's Clever Shamrocks At
thejyiercv of La Brasche.
Well, it wag awful.
It baa been many a day since the
Pendleton Indians received sucb a
downright, heartless scalping at the
bands of Athena ball players, and you
will have to go back to the days of the
Yellow Kids, when they usedMo make
a monkey of Bob Brown," now manag
er of the Spokane League team to find
anything to equal Sunday's slaughter.
And it was all done in seven innings,
Hully gee, bnt it was sweet to see
the Athena bnnoh fplay around the
Pendleton contingent, and the score
ft to J, repaid the crowd for its long
wait on the late train.
La Brasobe, who was on the mound
for the Sbamiooksrhad everything to
offer, and the warmweatber called on
the sturdy youngster to givo 'em all
he had, and he did it so smooth and
5. maobine like' that he had the Indian
sluggers nibbling' at all sorts of wide
shoots, quick breaks and sizziag pan-
splitters. The Peudieton tatters were
completely at bis meroy at every stage
of the game, and their only run came
in the fifth when the first Injin up
sent a sizzler at La Brasobe, wbicb
caromed off his finger tips, took third
on a passed ball and scored on Niles'
overthrow to Strauss.
The zest of it was all Athena.
Strauss did some, clever base running
and played first a la Gartano. Miles
at short did some clever work and
"Happy" was there with the goods
behind the bat. Tbe waim weather
brought tbe kinks out of tbe boys and
tbey all played with ginger.
Dickenson for Pendleton got off bad
in tbe first inning and never recovered
himself. Strauss smashed the first
ball for a single, stole 2nd and 3rd and
scored on Happy's single. In tbe third
after La Brasche and Miles had been
retired Strauss drew a 2-bagger, went
to third on an overthrow and brought
in tbe second rnn when Happy stung
tbe ball for a double wbiob he tried
to stretch into a 3-bagger by cutting
It was ducks for the Sbamrooks in
tbe fifth and sixth. La Brasobu fann
ed. Miles biffed a long fly square into
tbe bands of tbe left gardener, who
muffed it. Tbe little sbotstop plung
ed on to second, tbe ball reaching the
baseman at tbe same time but was
knocked from bis hands by Miles who
slid in. He stole 3rd and scored on
Happy's saotiQue. Strauss was safe
on Strand's slow throw, stole 2nd and
Stallion Umatilla Chief
will make the season of 1909 at Ed La Fave's Ranch, seven
. miles South of o4thena
ED. La FA VE, O wner. ::
C. A. SIGMAN, Manager,
The Celebrated Imported
Weight 2000 pounds.
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Moscou, a black Percheron, 6 yoars old, sired by Par
foit, No. 4295; 1st dam, Coquette, No. 42115; 2nd dam
Celine, No. 38286.
SEASON OF 1909.
From Saturday to Tuesday' J. G. Bryan's farm; Tues.
evening to Thursday morning Ringle Bros' farm, Van
sycle; Thursday morning to Saturday noon, Wright's
RINGLE & BRYAN, J. G. BRYAN,
Proprietor. . Manager.
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SEASON OF 1909
Monday and Tuesday, cTVicE wen's Ranch; Wednesday
at Helix; Thursday at cyldams; Friday and Saturday at
McBride's Barn, Athena. d
SANFORD STONE, tA B. cTHcEWEN,
C Manager. Proprietor.
3td and scored on Happy's sacrifioe.
With two down, Lienalien was safe at
1st on a batted ball, bnt went to sleep
and was oangbt napping. In tbe sixth
Willaby smashed ont a single, stole
2nd, went bp 8rd on B. files' saoriBce.
and scored on Strauss' bit. Depeatt
was passed, ezeonted a double steal
witb Stone, and botb scored wben La
Brasche stnng ont a long single. La
Brasobe scored on Kile's and a series
of wild tosses by tbe Pendleton aggre
gation. Strauss seat tbe ball into left
wbicb was again muffed by tbe gard
ner and scored from second wben
Happy singled. Tbescoie:
R. H. E.
Athena 9 13 1
Pendleton 12 2
Struck ont By La Brasobe 9, by
Diokenson 5. Bases on balls Oft
Diokenson,l. Two base bits Stranss,
2; Beaver. Stone SaoriQoe bits
Beaver. Stolen kases Stranss, 3;
. Niles. 2; Lienalien, Willaby. Loft
on bases Pendleton 2, Atbena 5.
"I'd Rather Die, Doctor, -than
have my feet ont off," said 11. L.
Bingbam, of Prinoeville, 111. "bnt yon
will die from gaorgene (wbioh had
eaten away eight toes) if yon don't,"
said all doctors. Instead be nsed
Bncklen's Arnica' Salve till wholly
onred. Its cnres of Eczema, Fever
sores, Boils, Burns and Piles astound
the world. 25o.at all druggists.
eTW. E. CHURCH SERVICES.
Sabbath Sohocl, 10 a. m., Mrs. E.
M. Smith Superintendent.
Epworth League, 6:i5p. m., Fred
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
Ladies Aid Sooiety Wednesday after
noon, Mrs. H. O. Worthingtpn Presi
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m
Choir practice Friday 7:30 p. m
- C. W. Geiszler,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tbe Gouoty Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In tbe matter of tbe estate of Ole
Notice is hereby given to all persoa
whom it may concern, that B. B.
Richards was appointed administrator
witb tbe will annexed of tbe estate of
Ole Thompson, deceased, on Aptil 14th
A. D. 1909, and has qualified as sucb
all persons having claims against the
said estate are hereby notified and re
quired to pieaent them, witb propor
vouchers as required by law, to liim a
bis office in Atbena, Umatilla County
Oregon, or at tbe office ot bis attor
ueys, Peterson & Wilson, at tbeir
offices at Atbeua or Peudieton, Oregoo
witbin six months from tbe date of the
first publication of this notice, wbicb
will appear iu the Athena Press on
Friday the 23d day of April A. D.
1909, and will appear once eaob week
tberoio for tour consecutive weeks.
Dated tbis 23d day of April A. D
B. B. Richards,
Admr. Cum testamento anuezo
Peterson & Wilson
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
In tbe Couuty Court of tbe State of
Oregon for Umatilla county.
In the Matter of tbe estate of Sua
anneuagnon, (known as ' Snsanne")
Notioe is hereby given to all persous
whom it may oonuern that William
MoBride, administrator of the estate
of Susanna Gagnou, (known as Sus
anne") deoeased, has riled bis duly
verified final acoount and report in
the administration of said estate witb
tbe clerk of the above entitled conrt;
that the County Judge, by order duly
made and eutered therein, has appoint
ed Saturday tbe 15th day of May A.
D. 1909, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock in
tbe afternoon of said day as tbe time
and tbe County Courthouse at Pendle
ton, in said County and State, as tbe
plaoe, where any and all objetions and
exceptions to the said final acoount
and report will be heard and the set
tlement thereof made. This notice
will appear in the Athena Press for
four successive weeks, tbe first publi
catiou thereof to be made on Friday
tbe 16th day of April A. D. 1909, and
tbe last pnbhoation on Friday tbe Hth
day of May A. D. 1909.
Dated this the 16th day of April A.
Peterson & Wilson,
Attorneys for administrator.
CUBES all TH
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