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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1904.
Men's Fine Shoes
EDWIN CLAPP HAS NO SUPERIORS IN THE SHOE MAK
ING ART WITH THE BEST FITTING LASTS, FINEST WORK
MANSHIP AND THE HIGHEST GRADES OF LEATHER TO BE
BOUGHT, HE MAKES SHOES THAT GIVE THE BEST OF SAT
ISFACTION, WEAR AND COMFORT.
YOU MAKE NO MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY EWDIN CLAPP
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO. :
Phone Mala 1181.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
Wallowa County Sheepmen Make
J. H. Dobbin, one of the heaviest
owners of sheep In Wallowa county,
is experimenting vlih w'uier lamb
ing this year anil is now lambing a
band of 2,000 head at his home
ranch near "Joseph.
He Is well prepared with sheds,
feed and plenty of straw bedding,
and so far has sustained no loss,
although the weather at Joseph has
teen very cold and stormy nil
through February and March.
The usual lambing season in that
vicinity is May and by lambing in
March he will be enabled to place
these early lambs on the market at
least two months ahead of the reg
! Cut Glass !
OUR JEWELS j
DO YOU WANT ANY OF 2
They are yours If you want J
them at a reasonable price.
We have them in our front
window, and as It Is a new
shipment, would like to have
you come In nnd see the pret- J
ty new cuttings.
TALLMAN & CO.
j 20c per Dozen 20c per Dozen j
"It's Really Too Good" j
2 SOME PEOPLE MAY TELL YOU THAT OUR ORANGES 2
2 ARE TOO CHEAP TO BE GOOD, BUT WE SOLD 10,000 OR- 2
2 ANGES LAST WEEK, WHICH SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. MANY "
2 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS TELL THE STORY. '
j JUST RECEIVED j
WE JUST RECEIVED THIS MORNING THIRTY CASES
J OF NAVEL ORANGES, SAME AS LAST WEEK, WHICH WE 2
2 OFFER TO THE TRADE AT THE SAME LOW PRICE, 3 FOR 2
2 5c, 20c PER DOZEN. BUYING SUCH A LARGE QUANTITY IS 2
2 THE SECRET OF OUR LOW PRICE. ?
3 for 5c
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
Telephone Main 281
j WEINHARD'S BEER
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer .Is desired, Welnhard's al
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Welnhard's
beer Is sold in Oregon than all other beers combined.
Peter Mendcrnach is distributor for Pendleton and It will al
ways be found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold storage.
ular crop, and will thereby realize
a handsome profit by being first in
the field with early lambs.
If this experiment proves success'
ful other Wallowa sheepmen will
prepare to follow Mr. Dobbins' ex
ample. Spring In Wallowa county
is a month later than in Umatilla
county owing to Its altitude of over
3,000 feet, and warm" sheds there are
very necessary, while in Umatilla
county it would be safe to lamb in
March nine years out of ten on the
range, owing to the extreme mild
ness of the climate.
Two Girls and a Boy.
There wore three St. Patrick's day
babies born in Pendleton yesterday.
Mrs. A. B. Stevens, of Umatilla, gave
birth to a girl; Mrs. Purl Bowman,
to a boy, and Mrs. Elmer E. Snyder
to a girl.
San Luis Obispo county. Califor
nia, has prepared an exhibit for the
World's Fair (and secured space for
it, too,) weighing 10,705 pounds.
SAVES ONE-THIRD THE EGGS.
SAVES TWO-THIRDS THE MONEY
SAVES ALL THE WORRY.
One PoUhriiSrenU. All Oroori.
20c per Dozen
TO TEST HEALTH
FIRST PHYSICAL EXAMI
NATION ON THE O. R. & N.
Employes Must Submit to Tests for
Colorblindness, Defective Sight or
Hearing, Heart Disease, Alcohol
ism or Other Aliments That Would
Impair Tnelr Ability Dr. Vincent
Will Examine Nine Employes In
The first physical examination of
the employes of the O. R. & N. will
commence Saturday, when all em
ployes designated In an official clrcu
lar will be subject to strict oxamina-
tion. as to their health, eyesight and
knowledge of colors.
Local company physicians will
conduct the examinations under ill
rectlon 01 Dr. K. A. J. McKenzle,
chief surgeon of the system, and
employes will be examined at any
time between March 20 and May 15,
when the examination closes.
Dr. F. W. Vincent, local O. R. &
N. physician, will conduct the ex
aminations in this city, and the
special features of the examination
will be to test for colorblindness, de
fective eyesight, plies, epilepsy, de-
fectlve hearing, disabling Injuries
received in the past, nlchohollsm,
heart disease and other diseases
which might affect the brain or nevr
Full Instructions have been sent
out from the chief surgeon's office In
Portland, as to the nature of the ex
amination, and all local physicians
will act under these Instructions.
Dr. K. A. J. McKenzle has just re
turned to Portland from a tour of
the system In which he Instructed
the local physicians fully, as to the
Especial tests will be made as to
colorblindness among all employes
who give or take signals, or handle
trains or engines In any capacity.
The following employes in Pen
dleton will be subject to the exami
nation: In the station department, E. C.
Smith, agent; C. S. Haynes, opera
tor; E. T. Walsh, operator, and W.
B. Jett, baggageman.
.In the yard department, Stove
Leonard, yardmaster and Ralph Mc
In the mechanical department, A.
Gustafson, switch engineer, and M.
Reed, switch engine fireman; nnd in
the track department, Foreman
Lance, of the Pendleton section.
At La Grande about 140 employes
will be examined and a like number
at The Dalles, Starbuck, Spokane
and Albina, 20 at Umatilla and
Huntington, and 10 each at Kamela
and Pleasant Valley.
PROGRAM FOR CONTEST.
Women of W. C. T. U. Arrange for
the Demorest Entertainment.
The women of the W. C. T. U.
have arranged for a Demorest medal
contest to he held at the Baptist
church on Monday evening, March
21, commencing at S o'clock, to
which an admission of 10 and 25
cents will he charged, when the fol
lowing program will bo rendered:
Song "America," by the audi
Vocal solo Miss Jones.
Recitation Agnes Stillman.
Quartet Miss Hnrtman, Miss
Cameron, Mrs. Dickson and Mrs.
Recitation Gertrude Huffman.
Piano solo .Mrs. Ruhedeau.
Recitation Clara Pierce.
Recitation Roy Roland.
Quartet Messrs. Jones, Under,
Owen nnd LumdoII,
Recitation Lucile Rador.
Instrumental duet Messrs. Scott
Recitation Eva Rothrock.
Piano solo Miss Bickers.
Recitation Laura McKee.
Quartet Miss Hnrtman, Mis3
Cameron, Mrs. Dickson, Mrs. Low
ell. Presentation of medal.
HALF INTERE8T SOLD.
Place Is toe Old Hartman Home
stead Near Weston.
(i. A. Hartman yesteruay sold his
half interest In the old Hartman
place in the vicinity of Weston, for
(20,000. It comprises 550 acres, all
In a high state of cultivation, and
was owned jointly by G. A. Hnrt
man and J. A. Baddcley, of Weston.
A half interest in 60 head of
horses, 40 head of cattle, all of the
farm machinery and other Imple
ments and appurtenances of the
place were Included In the purchase
price. It is one of tho best known
ranches In the county, being the old
home place of the Hartman family.
Will Connect Woolen and Scouring
Mills With Main Sewer.
In a few days work will be com
menced on tho relaying of the sewer
from tho woolen and scouring mills
to tho main line sewer of the city
system. Now nnd Improved settling
tanks will be put In to catch tho
waste wool from the scouring vats,
and tho waste oil which would other
wise soon 'clog up the lino and givo
trouble, Tho work must bo finish
ed inside of a mouth, for tho mills
will bo in operation by tho first of
FAMOUS JACK SOLD.
Mark Patton Disposes of "Black
snake" to John Myrick.
Mark- Patton Thursday sold his
famous Kentucky Jack, Blacksnake,
tn ilin Mvrlplr for St.KnO. Black-
snake has proven to bo the surest
and safest Jack in the country and
Rome of the finest animals In tne
country have been fathered by him.
Breeders will be pleased to know
thni ,1.1c rnlphr.itnil lark will remain
in this county, ns Mr. Myrick pro
poses to Keep mm ai various piuces
In this vicinity and will announce
the locations later.
Poisoning Case at Baker City.
Mrs. L. M. Legg, who was accused
by her husband of poisoning his tea,
at Pleasant Valley two weeks ago
has sued for a divorce and is now at
home with her people In Baker City.
Lecc was an old bachelor, of a mor-
ose disposition, and was Insanely
Jealous of his wife, and it Is thought
he poisoned the tea nimseu ana
made her believe he liau tasteu u
when he had not. He Is a fireman
on a helper engine, and about 50
years of age. His wife was a buxom
widow of 22.
Classmate of Jerold Tuttle.
Bert Bryant, of Salem, visited
with friends In tho city for n short
time yesterday. Mr. Bryant Is on
his way to Pullman, Wash where
he will have charge of the telegraph
office of the O. R. & N. He is a
former student of the Oregon Agri
cultural College, where he was a
classmate of Jerold Tuttle of the
firm of Brock & McComns.
ARE DIPPING CUTTLE
AT RIGBY-CLOVE SHOPS.
The "Wade Herd" Is Being Immers.
ed In a Solution of Sulphur and
Lime Process Will Probably Be
Completed by Tomorrow Night
Total Expense From Five Hund
red to Six Hundred Dollars.
The work of dipping the Wade
cattle was commenced this morning
under the supervision of the repre
sentatives of the government bu
reau of livestock industry.
A vat has been constructed at the
Rigby-Clove foundry eight feet deep
and long and wide enough to take In
the biggest animal in the herd. A
cage has also been built which fits
Into the vat, and the cattle are driv
en into the cage and lowered Into
the dip by means of the hoisting
engine at the foundry.
The dip is composed of about 40
parts of lime to 60 of sulphur, holled
in a specific amount of water. At
the time of dipping the dip Is sup
posed to be at a temperature of
about 105 degrees.
If there are no hitches in the pro
gram all of the cattle will have been
through the ordeal by tomorrow
It is estimated by the officers In
charge of the process that It will
mean a cost of about $500 or possi
bly $600 to the owners, taking Into
consideration the building of the vat
and tho extra feeding to bo borne
by W. T. Rlgby, the owner of the
O. R. . N. Appeals.
Tho attorneys for the O. R. & N.
have filed notice, of an appeal In the
case of tho Norwltch Union Fire In
surance Company vs. the O. R. & Is.
The case Is one for damages
brought to recover Insurance paid on
a warehouse which was burned at
Cayuso last year. The trial court
found for the plaintiff, and the de
fendants now wish to take the mat
tor to the supreme court
The Southern Pacific hns begun a
crusade against the ticket scalpers
and many arrests will follow
Then you need instant attention.
You feel chilly and have frequent
sneezing spoils. You'll be surprised
at tho amount of good a few doses of
Hostotter's Stomach Bitters will do
you. Try it today. Besides counter
acting Chills, Colds and La Grippe,
it Is also unequalled for Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Constipation, Insomnia,
Poor Appetite, Dizziness and Mala
ria. Thousands are using it with
great satisfaction. Why not try a
Notice to the Public
HAVING SOLD MY COAL AND
WOOD BUSINESS TO L. W. Mc
ADMAS, I DESIRE TO THANK ALL
MY CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR LIB
ERAL SUPPORT GIVEN ME IN
THE PAST AND ASK THAT THE
SAME BE EXTENDED TO MR. Mc
ADAMS, WHO WILL AT ALL
TIMES KEEP A LARGE STOCK OF
GOOD, DRY WOOD AND KEM
NERER COAL ON HAND WITH
WHICH TO 8UPPLY YOUR NEEDS
IN THI8 LINE.
I SHALL FOR THE PRESENT
REMAIN IN THE OFFICE WITH
MR. McADAMS, WHERE TH08E
INDEBTED TO ME WILL PLEA8E
CALL FOR SETTLEMENT.
P. P. COLLIER
April 19 Democratic state con
April 14 Republican state con
vention, Portland. '
April 16 Meeting of Oregon Cattle-growers'
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May 4 General M. E. conference,
Juno 6 General election in Ore
gon. June 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
ment G. A. R., Hood River.
Street Paving Agent.
v. M. Wlllinms. accnt for the Bar
ber Street Paving and Asphalt Com
pany, of Seattle, was in tho city
yesterday evening for a short time,
rnutn in Ttnlan f!ltv. whflrfi his
company has put In soveral miles of
street paving during tne past year.
He will return to Pendleton to try
to Interest the people of this city In
The? LadieB of Pocnhontas cave a
very enjoyable party at Music hall
List nlcht. nt which there was a
large attendance. Tho ladies of the
order and their brothers, the Red
men, are good entertainers and al
ways assure a good tlruo when they
hold open house.
"Passing" of Your Tailor
Most well-dressed men now-a-days wear
"ready-made clothes" the "New Kind."
They have found from experience that
this "New Kind" of clothing is just as good
as the high-priced merchant-tailored, made
OF GREAT MERIT, THAT SELL EASY BEING LOW
PRICES FOR THESE FIGHTING VALUES. WE CAN
FIT YOU EASILY IN A FEW MOMENTS. WHY WAIT
WEEKS, PERCHANCE, TO LOSE AT LAST?. NOW IS
THE ACCEPTED TIME. EXPERIENCED TAILOR IN
FIT, STYLE, COMFORT WEAR, AND LAST, BUT NOT
AGENT FOR STETSON
Says he bought a horse which
"was thin, almost a skeleton,
and so weak it could hardly
walk," and began giving it
coffee, in the form of infusions
of the roasted beans, and
sometimes ground and mixed
with honey. After a few
months Herr Martin refused
$250 for It. The German says
he has brought round many
horses slnco by the same
Coffee is better than horse
feed put up In packages and
called cereal coffee.
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as perfectly, fits as
well, as exclusive in
patterns, and costs
about half as much.
We sell Kohn Broth
ers' fine clothing.
All Union Made.
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COATS tint ketf CLOTHING wUlW
their hp. Io4hU. f
AND ..NOX HATS.
BAER & DALEY
729 Main Street
IN SELECTING ONE OF OUR
NEW SPRING SUITS, WE GUAR
ANTEE YOU A 8AVING OF 1.W
TO Z50. CALL AND SEE.
PRICE TO ALL