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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1904.
For the Misses and Children arrived and are ready for your In
spection. We have a full line and can fit the WIDE or NARROW feet and
fit ihem Tight.
These shoes are built for wear, the best of material Is used, and
only first-class workmen are employed In making them.
A large line of boys' and youths' shoes In every grade of eath"
Solid school shoes that give the best of wear, and fine Vicl Kid,
Box Calf and Corona Colt Dress Shoes at prices that cannot be dup
licated In the city.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
Phone Main 1181.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
WESTON GIRL LED ASTRAY.
Olive Mcintosh, on Her Way to Visit
a Sister, is Lured Into an Opium
Den in Portland.
Olive Mcintosh, the 14-year-old
daughter of W. F. Mcintosh, living
car Weston, was found by Dotectlve
H. H. Hawlcy yesterday, at the Es
mond Annex in Portland, -where she
had been taken by a strange woman
to spend the night.
The little girl was on her way to
Battle Ground, "Washington, to visit
a sister, and while near The Dalles,
she became acquainted with a
Blood Purifier and System Tonic I
BEE OUR WINDOW
You will understand why It Is
- the best
TALLMAN & CO.
strange woman, who enticed her to a
room, In which throe young hoodlums
were smoking opium, on their ar
rival In Portland.
The girl indignantly refused to
smoke the opium proffered her, and
was taken In charge by Mrs. Cox, the
landlady at the Esmond, and on her
Information, Jnmes Cooley, "Walter
Smith and May Morris were arrested
and fined $100 each for frequenting
an opium den, and were then bound
over in the sum of $300 ench to the
grand jury, for enticing a young girl
Into a disreputable house.
Sale of Fine, Fat Hogs.
Schwartz & Greulich today bought
a wagon load of fat hogs from J. B.
Cooley of Cold Springs. The hogs
were In the best of condition, and
brought 6 cents a pound on foot.
ft KNITTING PLANT
ELECTRICITY IS THE
ONLY FACTOR LACKING.
LOOKING INTO DIETRICH GRAFT.
Given Electric Power, Pendleton
Would Have a Knitting Plant Em
ploying Fifty People, In Operation
In Time to Work up the Next Crop
of Wool Eastern People of Capi
tal and Responsibility are the Pro-jectors.
to seventy thousand. Jamaica nc
'groes are desirable for the work, but
Americans cannot stand It.
J Mormon as Assayer.
I The Cnnnack resolution relative to
i Wooley. the Mormon bishop, being
nominated as assayer at Boise, was
taken up by the senate In executive
session this morning.
SAVES ONE-THIRD THE EGGS.
SAVES TWO-THIRDS THE MONEY
SAVES ALL THE WORRY.
One pound cents. AlIGrocert.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
20c per Dozen 20c per Dozen
California Navel Oranges
Very near 5,000 Oranges sold In the last three days Is our record.
The price of California Oranges has been very low for some time,
and at this season of the year they are at their best in COLOR and
We received a shipment of Twenty-Five cases, (extra quality
and large size) of Oranges on Wednesday, March 9, which we of
fered to the trade at the LOW price of 20 cents per dozen. On ac
count of the Quality, Price and Sizes being RIGHT, we have but
VERY FEW Oranges left, but will have another shlpmant of Twen
ty Five cases In tonight, whlcl' we will sell at the same low price,
20c per dozen; 3 for 5c.
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
Telephone Main 25 1
K. J. TAYLOR, Lessee and Manager.
Phone Main 41.
One Night Only, Tuesday, March 15
THE FUNNY FELLOWS
Murray and Mack
And last season's biggest musical Success
"A Night on Broadway' '
60 Mostly Girls A remarkable singing company of SO. Beauti
fully staged, magnificent cos-turaes.
Prices Entire lower floor, $1.00; gallery, 50.
Seats on salo Monday, 10 a. tn. at Brock & McCamas' drug store.
if Pendleton could supply .olectric
ity enough, for a large manufacturing
plant. It could have a branch of one
of the largest knitting plants In the
United States Inside of a few
J. P. Kelllher of this city, has been
ina-ino Intn the conditions here for
several days, having been asKea
nnn nt thn InrirpRt WOOlen UllllS
Massachusetts of the prospects here,
nmi fln.ia tnnt flm nrosnects are not
as bright as could be wished for the
establishment of the plant.
The mill people want to put
nlnnl In thp u-PSt Where It Will
easilv accessible to a large wool
supply, and at which cau be pro-
ilnrnrt all the woolen holsory needed
to supply the western trade, ana
possible a Bhare of the eastern,
it u tlm dps! of the managers
thn sehnme to build a factory here
large enough to work 50 operators at
the outset, and to knit woolen stock
ings for tho trade. The wool wouia
ho hntiplit direct from the growers
thus enabling the factory people to
pay a good price lor tue raw, maiur
ii nnrt If tho cower could be se-
nnrori tho work would be begun at
tho construction of the
i.niMine nml all would be In opera
tion In time to use the first of the
tt-rvni rlln of the nresent year.
Tho n-hnlo Rpheme hancs fire on
the power proposition. Dr. incent,
the manager of the Northwestern
nnc nnrt Rlpptrlc Comnany. says his
will tint lie in a Dosluon to
furnish power belore me miuaie oi
nntnhpr. whlrh would bo too late.
Tho present capacity of the Pendle
ton Elegtric Company is now over
taxed, so there is no hope of the new
imttlnir anv holn from the
electric people. As the machinery
will have to bo run by electricity. It
seems that the plan will necessarily
be droppeo for the time, at least.
If some plan can be arranged
whereby the company can get power,
it la very probable that the plant
n-ni ho mit In at an early date, hut
if no power can be furnished, Pendle
ton will lose this chance, it is a cer
tain thing that the company would
put the plant here If it could get the
Tonight's Performance at the Pres
Prof. LaContc, the pianist, has
promised to play at the Presbyteri
an church musical social tonight, and
the finest piano in the city has been
placed for his use. How many num
bore he will execute, and what they
will he. cannot be told until the closu
of the evening, as his part In the en
tertainment Is supplementary to tho
regular program, and only securea
by solicitation and the promise that
he could have the use of a first-class
The regular program has been pre
pared with great care, and will be
rendered to tho last detail as origin
ally arranged and participated In by
the best local talent, both musical
and elocutionary. Prof. LaConte's
part will not bo an Interruption, noi
yet an amendment to tho program. It
will bo outside of it that much
moro than the committee was able
to promise the public before securing
As a special favor to the church
people the management of tho Scott
Music House insisted upon postpon
ing tho musical at their parlors
whon they learned that Prof. La
Conte was wanted by the church
people. Tho music house musical
will tako place some evening early
A STRONG SOLICITOR.
East Oregonian Circulation Man Gets
a Subscription in a Novel Way.
A subscription to the Daily East
Oregonian, for one year, was taken
by Fred Lockiey. tho circulation
manager some time ago. In a novel
Mr. I.ockley solicited A. Kunkel.
tho Implement dealer of this city to
send tho Dally East Oregonian, to"
bis branch Implement house in
Athena, and Mr. Kunkol, being of a
jovial nature, began to banter Lock
ley, for a wrestling match. Instead of
talking subscription with him.
It was finally agreed that thoy
would wrestle, and on tho wrestling
match Bhould dopend whether Lock-
ley sent Kunkel tho paper free for a
year, or whether Kunkol ordered It
a year in advance.
The match was a long and hard
one, tho men boing equally matched,
but finally Lockloy throw Kunkol,
tearing off about halt of a new pair
of pants in the task.
Kunkel paid for a yoar'a aubscrip
tlon to tho paper.
ARRESTED AT HELIX.
Two Men Who Were Carrying Con
J. A. Illakloy loft this morning for
Helix, where bo was called to tako
chargo of a couple of men who had
been arrested for carrying concealed
woapons. Tho mon aro strangers In
that placo and wore on a drunk, and
when arrested woro found to bo arm
ed with razors and knives. Thoy will
bo brought to the county Jail and held
Ward and "Wade's minstrels drew
a Inrirn hnncn nt 'thn EYflZrtr and fully
satisfied those attending, with their
slncing and specialties. The solo
work was good, as also tho choruses,
whllo the acrobatic work was some
of tho best ever presented to a Pen
dleton audience. The jokes were
now and tho peoplo got their money's
worth by going to see the performance.
Unabated Interest In the Series at
the Christian Church.
Six more additions nt tho Christian
church last night 172 in all to date.
Preaching and baptismal services ,
again tonight Subject ot sermon, I s
Thn flnnratlnn of the Holy Snirlt In ,
Will Leave the Road.
A. M. Mnckenzie, representing the
Simon Saw Company of Portland, Is
a guest at the Hotel Pendleton. Mr.
Mackonzie Is one of the oldest trav
eling men on the road, and is becom
ing tired of tho life. It Is reported
that he will soon take chargo of the
Hotel Dayton, which place he will
manage in tho future.
Editor of Rural Spirit Here.
M. D. Wisdom, editor of the Rural
Spirit of Portland, is In the city to
attend the sale of the Wndo cattle
tomorrow. Sir. Wisdom has attend
ed tho sales at both Spokane and
Walla Walla, and looks for bettor
results here than In either of the
JO CURE ANY DISEASE.
The Cngte Munt be Removed, Sam
War "With Dandruff.
Kill the germ that causes dandruff,
falling hair and baldness, you will have
no more dandruff, and your hair must
prow luxuriantly. Nowbro's Herptclde
not only contains the dandruff germ
destroyer, but It Is also a most delight
ful hair dressing for regular toilet use.
Xo other hair preparation is on this
scientific basis of destoylng the dandruff
germs. It stops all irritation, keeps thj
cnlp sweet, pure and wholesome. Re
member that something Klalmed to be
'just ns eood." will not do the work of
genuine Berplcide. Bold by leading
druggists. Bend 10c. In stamps for sam
ple to The Herptclde Co.. Detroit, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent.
Pacific Homestead Man.
Scott Bozorth, the manager of the
Pnr-ldp Tlnmpotpnrt nf Balom. Is a
guest at the Hotel BIckora, having!
come to the city to attend the sale
of the Wado cattle In tno Interests
of his paper.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Ilromo Qolnlne Tablets. !
All druggists refund tlie money ir It tails
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on
each box. 25c
I have the machine that pleases j
tho farmers. Time ana trial have
proven tho worth of tho Holt com
bined harvester, and It has been
demonstrated to be tho most success
ful made. E. L. Smith, 311 Court
A dealer who sells good, whole.
some coffee at a reasonable
price? If you do, stick to him
like a postage stamp. If you
don't, come to us at once and
tell us your tastes and prefer
ences. We blend our own coffees,
and If we do not suit the first
time, come back and let us try
again. Once we find your tasto
you will remain our customer.
301 EAST COURT ST.
W-lfHltHHI IIHI (IHHWnmfH-IWHIM t tHfrfl
Sullivan & Bond's
$6 and $7
WE WANT TO INTRODUCE THEM
TO THE MEN OF PENDLETON AS
THE BEST ON EARTH. OUR COM
PLETE SPRING LINE NOW HERE
AND READY FOR SALE.
YOU NEED NOT BUY BECAUSE
YOU LOOK, NOR KEEP BECAUSE
4M"WW III I IH I II I MM 14 I I 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 H I H-i
THE ST. JOE STORE
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OPt,4 TO THE PUBLIC COM
MENCING MARCH 2. ALL GOOD8 MARKED IN PLAIN FIG
URES. WE NEVER MISREPRESENT.
Successor to LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
LADIES OF PENDLETON
THE DISPLAY OF SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY WE
HAVE IS WINNING THE ADMIRATION OF ALL WHO HAVE
SEEN IT. WE HAVE THE BRIGHTEST IDE.-.S OF THE FASH
ION CENTERS. ALL THE NEW, LOVELY CREATIONS OF MIL
THE STYLES FOR THIS SEASON ARE WORKS OF ART,
AND ARE RARE BEAUTIE8.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO PAY US A VISIT AND
EXAMINE OUR 8HOWING.
THE HOME OF THE STYLISH HAT.
...GET DRY WOOD...
We have on hand a very large stock of solid dry
wood of all kinds (not half seasoned green wood) but
dry wood, which burns and gives out heat. We are
prepared to deliver this good wood promptly for cash.
A trial order for our wood will make you want more
when you are out of fuel.
W. C. MINNIS
Leave orders at Newman's Cigar Store. Phone Black 1071
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perience curing roofs.
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lng material, It makes tho best roof you over saw. It nevor wears out
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