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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1804.
FOR COLD AND ROUGH WEATHER
Youths' 1-buckle Arctics
Men's " ... . ........ '
JIcii'h lloll-HlRe Arctics "
lien's Excluder Arctics "
Men's 4-buckle Arctics '
Ken's Motonnan OvertdiiKw "
Men's Ottawa '
Men's Knit Wool llootr perfection. ... "
Men's Kelt UooU 1 rfectlon "
Boy's " ' ' "
Men's 1-bucklo Perfection, hIich 10 to 11!.. .
Clearance prices on all btokeu
and children's shoe?.
DINDINGER, WILSON & COMPANY
Phono Main 1181.
COOD SHOES CHEAP
IN COUNT! COURT
DIFFICULT TASK TO GET
NEEDED NUMBER JURYMEN.
Affairs at the Poorfarm Are In Very
Flattering Condition Being Nearly
Self.Supportlng Board Conterrw
plates Erecting Two Windmills
With Which to Raise Water.
The county court has been at work
all day on tho jury list, but has not
yet begun to mako a precoptlblo Im
pression on the long list of names
that have to be selected for tho three
terms of tho circuit court to bo held
during the year.
Yesterday afternoon the court paid
a visit to tho poorfarm, whore they
went to look over the condition of tho
farm in view of their report for the
year, and to see that all was conduct
ed as It should be. The trip was a
tour of inspection, and at the sanio
time to look into the advisability of
erecting a couple of windmills on the
place to raise water.
The different things in connection
with the farm will bo discussed, and
a report made at this term.
The court Is greatly pleased with
the new farm so far. and finds that
has TtlUn hrtirk' ei'-sunnartl" ;.t
this early stage, and tfi& expectation
ib mv iu year or so. when all tnc l
land is put under cultivation nnd the i
system Is wnnina smoothly, the poor
of the county will be no drain upon I
the county treasury. '
F. & S.
Will stop that Cough
Cure that Cold,
Sure to reach
THE RIGHT SPOT.
TALLMAN & CO.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
j "Wheiv the Frost
is on one
Shorter days now and longer lights. Soon a
nipping .frost and the leaves glow with crimson and
gold. Man's appetite, sharpened by, the crisp invigor
ating morning air, will demand a cup of good
COFFEE, hot biscuits and smoking pancakes deluged
with Maple Syrup.
Is the proper accompaniment to a pancake breakfast.
Do not spoil otherwise a good breakfast by poor
Coffee, but always order Revere, as it is sure to please.
We are headquarters for Maple Syrup and Buckwheat
of all kmds.
Wc rorrii.d yott of these things now. The cook
will remind you later.
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
TO HEIHJCE BTOUK
regular price 10 8.1
lines of men', Ihijn', ladlea'. ml'sen'
SUIT FOR WAGES.
Samuel Bonnette Claims $200 Princi
pal, Plus Interest,
Samuel Itonuotte Died a suit this
' morning against James Ilruramott, In
I which ho endeavors to secure pay
ment on account owed him for wages
rno piainun alleges mar. no worn
! ed for the defendant 140 days at tho
rate of $1.50 a day, and that thorn
has been uo part of this paid except
$10, which was cancelled by goods
furnished, wherefore plaintiff asks
.. ,i.,n-.u, conn ... n . rt
the balance Ser with
est on tho amount at 6 per cent from
the present dato.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Plaintiff Alleges Non-Support and in
fidelity. Estolla Hoiidley has tiled a suit for
divorce against her husband. George
II. Hoadley. Tho
that she and the
ninintifr nin.c.w i
defendant were '
married July 31, 1837, on the high
seas and that one child, Gerald Hoad-
11V. n linv nf K v.inru linn hnnn hnrn
to them. The cause of tbo action In '
ghen as infidelity nnd noii-mipport. I
Jennfe KIdd Irf named as cortiMiond- philanthropic spirit, but because It Is
ent in tho action. I lo Its brt3t Interests to do so. As yet
Tho plaintiff asks for the caro and 1 't 13 not known Just what can bu
custody of the child and for a dl-' ,1"'- ,,llt " ntis;ht by past oxpor
vorce, together with tho costs of the lenco that tho company will bo nblo
action. ! to pay tho ownors n cash rental of $3
, j nn ucre for their land during the first
Baldwln-Keene. I i?-' na1 PraPa nKor thnt
Miss Mnrv A ltalrtwln nnrt Mr Wil-
Ham I.. Keenc. both of Possl),
married this morning nt the parson
aK. by Hoy. Robert Warner, and
took the morning train for Corvullis,
I whore they will make their home in
A marriage license was issued this
morning to Miss Florence E. Manela
and Alta Rodgors. Doth of tho young
peopie are resiiieniK ot tno vicinuy
The remarkable increase in con
sumption demonstrates its superla
tive merits and wnolesomeness.
ONE POUND 25 CTS
ECHO SUGAR PLANT
OUTLOOK IS DRIQHT FOR
SUCH AN IN8TITUTlb N.
Concessions the Farmers Must Make
Experts Will 8how Them Moth
ods First Two Crops Will Bo Sent
to La Grande Investigation Shows
That the Echo District Is Admlra
bly Suited to Beet Culture.
B. V. McComas has returned from
his trip to Kcho, Foster and TJmatllU
where ho went yesterday morning in
company with Messrs. p. 8. llram
well and George Btoddard, of Iji
(iruuJe, who wcro in tho vicinity
looking over tho sugar beot situation
in tho interests or tuo lm uranuo iac-
Tho gentlemen mndo a thorough
canvass of thu conditions prevailing
at tho places visunn, uuu uru vurj
much pleased with tho outlook. Thoy
are of tho opinion that tho country
visited will make ouo of tho host
Btigar beet belts In tho West, and will
do all In their powor to help tho peo
ple to make tho Industry a paying one
If the Inhabitants will tnxo it up,
Mass Meeting at Echo.
A mass meeting hns been called
for a week from Saturday next, and
In the afternoon of that day tho Ia
Oramle factory mnuagors will meet
In beet culture at tho hall nt Echo,
when the question will bo discussed
from both points of view, and if nn
agreement can be reached between
tho factory men and tho farmora It
will be but a short time until the
Kcho country Is the center of a thriv
Of course, tho fnrmors must know
Unit they win nnvo to mnKo somo
concessions to tho company in tho
Hturt. as ino company iiucnus 10 no
toward thorn. Tho company has a
fair proposition for them nnd will do
tht It can for the bettorment "t
conditions there, not out of a
the farmer does not care to worK mo
niuu uimuu. iuu uuiuHin. ui
' and the value oi tne mnu ooiicumi
obviously on tfifi amount of water
thnt can bo put on tho land.
Instruction by Experts.
If the farmers wish to undortako
to work their own land tho company
! will keep men skilled in tho ciilturo
of tho beet on the ground, whore they
can bo consulted by all as to the boat
way in wi,ich to handle tholr land, put
n their Beed and harvest their crons
ifhe company will furnish thorn with
tools lor mo cuuuro ot ino uoots.
;md when the harvest Is In will In all
1 probability bo nblo to guarantee the
1 iurmcr nn average of $5 a ion for all
tho beets he can produco delivered : t
the local sLitlon at Echo, Umatilla or
1 Foster. It Is the general thing for a
J piece of land to ralso from eight- to
20 tons of beets to tho aero.
For tho first two years all of tho
products of tho fields will go to the
I factory at Ln Grande, hut nftcr that.
If the men of this section mako a
' success of the business a factory will
1 bo built near tho fields, so that tho
j:o,it and time of shipment will bo
' saved to the company nnd the In
i The company Is In earnest as to
what they wish to do and nro amply
able to carry out any plans that thoy
may adopt. They will meet with the
farmers at Kcho with tho Intention
of doing business, nnd If the people
of that section seo fit to tako up their
proposition It will bo hut a short tlmo
until they have furnished tho seed
nnd started them Into a business that
will Increase by far tho valuo of tholf
land and tho size of their bank Je
poslts. GOLCONDA MEETING.
New Board of Officers Elected and
Plans Agreed Upon.
At tho meeting qf the board of di
rectors of tho Golconiia Mining Com
pany yesterday afternoon tbo otllcors
of tho board for the yoar worn olected
T. G. Halloy, president; E. J. 3om
morvllle, vice-president; F. U. Clop
ton, secretury; William Jonos, treas
urer. Tho board adjourned Indefinitely
yesterday and In a short tlmo will
havo another meeting, whon plans for
tho management of tho mlno will ho
discussed and settled. At tho moot
ing ysterday no definite (Ian for tho
oporatlon of tho mlno was adopted,
but It is understood that about tbo
samo forco will bo employed for tho
prosont as Is now at work. Tbo mlno
is said to bo In good condition and
to havo oro In It that will pay with
tho proper management, and it will
bo tbo aim ot tbo present board to
seo that tho management Is of tbo
kind that will bring results.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO. 527.
lustallatlon of Officers Last Night
.Hard Timet Social.
An interesting session of Pendleton
Circle No. C27, Women of Woodcraft,
was hold In Socrout Society hall last
evening. Tbo officers for tho ensuing
torm wero Installed by Orand Guardi
an Van Orsdall as follows:
Past guardian neighbor, Mary John
son; guardian neighbor, Alice Miller;
adviser, Martha Hays; magician, Mln
nlo Jtonn; clerk, Elva Flotchor; mu
sician, Carol Van Orsdall; inner son
tinol, Cora Evornham; outer sontluol,
May Kreba; managor, Ada C, Ross.
Arrangements worn portoctod for a
hard times social to bo given at So
cret Socloty hall on next Wednesday
ovouliiR, to which the public Is Invlt
Af tlm close of tho bobsIoii tho
iniembors spent n pleasant hour dla
..main, ii nns for tno Bovcnih nnui'
versary campaign, which Iibh Just
.ii.mii.i1. nnd doing full JiiBtlco to
full hh nf bon-bons, tho gift nf Mm
irvlno. of tho Delta. Four cnndldatos
wore balloted on and accepted.
GOOD CROP PR08PECT8.
This Is the Report by Prominent Ad
h, M. WntriiH, of Adams, was visit
im .11 t in cltv yoatoniay ami tociny.
Mr. Wutrus was formorly a United
Stntes mnrsnal nnd Is now engaged
in fiirnilnir near Adams, no is groat
ly pleased with tho prospects for a
Bund cron next year oh he thinks
Hint the conditions hnvo boon favor
able so far that It will bo hard for
weather now to come that would
minll tho yield. Mr. Wutrus Is In
Cashier Q. M, Rice.
G. M. HIco, of Dayton, Is In tho city
and took charge of tho affairs of tho
First National Dank this morning.
Mr. HIco hns been tho cashier of tho
Columbia National Hank or unyion,
for a long time, and Is nccountcd to
tin ono of tho most rollahlo men in
this part of tho state.
Advance Agent Here.
K. J. Trlbloy, advance uRont of tho
Clnrn Mnthcs company, which boglnB
n wink's porformnnco hero next Mon
day, Is in tho city making nrrnnge
inontB for tho event.
Actors frequently recelvu unexpect
ed proof ot the realism of their art
This story which Is reported from a
Chicago thentcr. Is like the story nf
tho nrtlst who painted a fire ?.o
vividly that his servant threw water
'Hamlet" was tho play. In the pal-
lury wnru two small news boys
watching with breathless Interest.
The last act wns drawing to n cloio.
The duol almost dragged the hoys
from their chairs.
Heforo tholr oyes the queen wns
poisoned, I.aertes killed, the king
killed. Hamlet killed. On the final
tragedy the curtain started down. Tho
ntidlouco was spallbound.
In tho gnhory sounded a clutter and
clunh as one of tho boys bolted for
Coin on, Jimmy" he shoutsd
back to his "pal". "Hustle up!
Doy'll bo extra's out on dls."
To lllm tho acting had been at least
no real as news.
Tho dovll needs lo do nothing for
tho man who has nothing to do.
FROM LAST TO FIRST
People used to take plain
cod liver oil for coughs, colds,
throat and lung troubles after
other remedies had failed.
Scott's Emulsion is the
modern idea of cod liver oil
the first instead of the last
resort when such ailments
The taste of the oil is not
apparent and the oil itself is
partly digested makes it
easy for the stomach. Scott's
Emulsion is a quick, reliable
help at all ages.
We'll und you a umple free upon request.
SCOTT Si UOWNE.409 Pearl Street, He York
Presenting a Repertoire of
THE LATEST FADS
North Pacific Fair
Portland, January 1D-1C.
January ID, 1904.
Walla Walla Poultry show, Fahru.
Oregon Christian Rndonvor umvm.
tlon nt Pendleton, February 19.22
Struck Him Unfavorably.
Mr. Onswoll, who hnd como recent
ly Into tho possession of a consider
able fortune hnd decldod to erect a
largo office building nnd was discus
sing tho plans with an architect.
"As to tho floors, now," said tho
architect, "you would wnnt them In
mosaic patterns, I prosumo?"
"I don't know nbotit that," respond
ed Mr. Onswoll, dubiously scratching
his Jaw. "1 hain't got any prejudice
against Mosos aB a man and ho ror
tnlnly kuowod a good donl about low;
but whon It comns to laying floors,
It klnd'o sooms to mo I'd ruther have
'em unsectarlnn like. Don't it Btrlko
you that way?"
It takes all of life to know all of
BIG INVENTORY S
inventory sale is now tm cm t .
iinnas aw ermnt Wnm.j r n
as we must make room for out
SPRING STOCK. Come and let
voa monev on anv rvnnrl.
our irac 01 ousmcss
1ST. JOE ST0
The Lender 0 Low I'rici-s in 'ndlelon
Of Dry Goods
12ic Ladles Host, 4 for.. 25c
16c Children's Hose, 3 for . .25c
$1.00 Colored Serge 49c
$1.50 Wrappers 08c
$1.25 Wrappers 79c
$1.00 Wrappers .... . ..59c
6 Handkerchiefs tor 5c
$1.25 Colored Velvets for . 75c
9-4 Bleached Sheeting for .. .21c
10c Bleached Muslin for . . 72c
8 Spools Thread for ....25c
50c Velveteens for 25c
2,c Light Colored Percales. .5c
$1.25 Kid Gloves for . .49c
$5.00 and $6.00 Skirts $2.98
$10.00 Tailor Made Suits $5.00
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