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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1902)
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QUALITY DECIDES. ?
ACQUITTED OF CHARGE
OF RAPING A CHILD.
Our large and magnificent stock of Men's Furnishing
floods has boon strengthened and made more attractive
by the addition of a t
New Line of NcScwear !
Men's Fine Fancy Hose - 25c I
$I5,00Men's New Suits. priceS.950 j
$IO.OOMen s Fine Worsted Sifts I
Safe Prime, $6.50
mRlirTlflNQ HW Suspenders, Boys' Clothing,
nLUUulllJIlO U M Gloves, Men's Shoes and Pants
Alexander Dept. Store
The John Bart ett Company
Corner Sixth and Alder Opposite the Oregonian
'Phone Main 22. PORTLAND, ORE.
Bloodhounds Are Back in Walla
Walla After Chase of Tracy and
Merrill Convicts Plan Celebration
of the Fourth.
Walla Walla, Juno 17. A. W.
Strickland was yesterday acquitted
by a jury of the charge of attempt
ing to commit rape upon the 5-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Burt, of Walts
burg, and he at onco left the city for
his homo. His aged mother stood by
him through .the trial, which lasted
most of the day, and but little fear
of conviction seemed evident. The
case weut to tho jury late in the
afternoon and after being out an hour
a verdict was returned by tho 12 men
giving Strickland his liberty.
Trainer M. E. Carson, and the two
bloodhounds returned from Oregon
where the search for Tracy and Mer
rill the convicts was given up after
several days of hard work. Tho dogs
were worn out with the hard travel1
Ing which had been forced upon them'
and they are enjoying a needed rest
While tho hounds aro exercised a
great deal and given training regu
larly, it is far from the hard work of
chasing fugities in heavy wood and
over a rough country. This is tho
first actual experience of tho dogs,
and has been of great valuo in train
ing them for hard service. Superin
tendent Catron has refused to let tho
hounds go to Western Washington,
where it is said the convicts are now
As is tho custom at tho state peni
tentiary, a celebration is being plan
ned for the Fourth, and a program
of sports and athletic events is being
prepared by a number of convicts
The celebration will bo public and a
largo number of people will be allow
ed to see the work from tho walls no
ono being allowed in the enclosure.
A special dinner wil lbe prepared and
become part of the exercises. Music
by thp convicts will also form a feat
ure of the occasion, a number of ex
cellent singers being among tho prisoners.
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Be good to her I Give her tho best water, tho best tubs
the best soap
Diamond "C" Soap is not n new soap. Behind It la n record
of seven years of success. It is used by tens of thousands of
the brightest housekeepers in tho country
They use it because it is Rood; because it docs b.ctter work
and goes further than any other laundry soap.
SAVK DIAMOND "C" WRAITKnS. Wo redeem them for nil sorts of
useful ntul uttrnotlvo articles. Illustrated book showinir 300 premiums
given for wrappers, sent on request. A ixjstul will brim; It.
Premium Dept., The Cudahy Packing Co., So. Omaha, Neb.
The Chance of a Lifetime
TO SAVE MONEY IN GROCERIES
EVERYTHING MUST GO AT THE GREAT
CLOSING OUT SALE!
AT D. KEMLER'S
STUDY THESE PRICES :
Kemler's best 2-gal jackets cut fr'm $1.15 to 90c
Kemler's best 3-gal " " " 1.65 to $i 25
Kemler's best 4-eal " " " 2.15 to i 75
Ohoc'late Cream 2-gal " " " 1,25 to
Ohoc'late Cream 3-gal" " " 1.85 to
Ohoc'late Cream 4-gal " " " 2,40 to
Tomatoes, corn, beans, peas, regular price
2 for 25c per can
Monopblefruit,high grade,cutf m 25c can to
Standard table fruits, 7 cans for i 00
Salmon, 4 cans for 25c
Hams and Bacon, per pound ..' J 4c
Oatmeal, per pound 4c
Rope, per. pound, from 8 to t2c
Schilling's baking powder, per pound 40c
Schilling's Typical blend coffee, per pound 20c
Cane sugar, per sack 4 90
Beet sugar, per sack , 4 80
Potatoes, per hundred i 50
Best cream cheese, per pound.. 6c
Si'k soap, 6 bars for : , 25c
Golden Star soap, 6 bars for : 25c
Dairy salt, 50 pound sacks, per sack 90c
Flour, per sack , , 75c
Dairy butter, per roll , 25c
Creamery butter, per roll , 50c
Macaroni, 1-pound package . JOc
All kinds of lye, per can ..., JOc
Sea Foam, largo packages, 6 for 25c
All kinds of axle grease, por can 5c and 10c
Arbtfckle's and Lion Coffee 8 pcfcgs $i 00
Mason Frtiit Jars, Qts. 75c, Half-gals 90c Dot
Everything else in Oar Grocery Cut Accordingly. Cash Only Goes at this Sale. No Credit Given Anyone.
All parties knowing themselves to be indebted to me will please call and settle in cash
or by bankable paper before Jaly i . All unsettled accounts Jcly i will be pot in the hands of
my attorney for collection.
Closing Ott Sale
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