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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 February 1905

rMi tumor. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M, 105. r IHGE'SCU OF ECZEMA ! i i Shdu! Letter from the Well-Known passenger Agent of the B. di 0. I.R., Washington, D.C. AMONG THE EXCHANGES: OF THE INLAND EMPIRE iTICURA SUCCEEDS AFTER DOCTORS FAIL 80 t. S. B. Hege, passenger agent of V Baltimore & Omo Railroad, Waih CtDO, D.C., one of the best-known ruiroaa men of the country. eendathe follow ing grateful let ter: "Thanki to the Cuticnra Wdiea, I am now rid of that fear 111 pest, weeping eczema, for the first ,tbt back of my hand in the form little pimple, growing into several itches, ana ua on my care ana '..ties. They were exceedingly pain- ia! because of the itching and burning 1 .1 . A I V. fSflaUUD, auu '. . . mhvi Mil day's treatment with Cuticnra md. Ointment, and Pills, there was grr little of the burning and itching, ad the cure now seems to be com jrft. I shall be glad to aid in reliev jjotheri suffering as I was, and you My use my letter as you w...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 February 1905

PAGE SORT. OIUSGON, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY S4, IMS. IIMIIIIHIIIIII A New Recipe for Making Coffee Poor cold water on ""Mother's . Pride," or any other good cot fee and soak It three -or tour noun In the cold water; then put on the fire, and Just let It come to a boll. It is claimed that one-half an St makea It clearer, and that It take leu coffee by this meth od than any other. Try it and see what a good cup of coffee It makea. ,, Do You Know That we are offering- white china cups and saucers at 1 1.1 S per-aetT Pie plates, per set Mo Breakfast plates, per set . Oc Platters, gravy boats and all other dishes at the price of semi-porcelain. If you dont know this come to our store and let us show you the goods at a price we can never make you again, as the ware cannot be purchased at the price again. OKIMl OF MERCHANTS TWENTY-FIVE FIRMS WERE REPRESENTED. OWL TEA HOUSE miiiiiniMH HIIIHH LIFTED QUARANTINE KSEKVATION IS NOW FREE FROM DIPHTHERIA. Only Two Deaths From Tbat Diaeawe oa the Reservat...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

5 ' 1 ' ' ', ,i DHLYEYENIKGEDITION lYEVENltiGEDlTIOH; - ' - WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Sunday fair. ' . RMders don't overlook the ad- I 4 '"tiwment. in the E. O. Oar ; " L ro-resslve citlsens talk , A 1 - I VEX DLETOX, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEHRUAKY 25, 1905. HO. 5292 OL. 1". STVEHSKY JE IE BAD BREAK SPIvttAl. MttTOfi TOMORROW. Emission Looking Into tht Uoggerbank Afiair FiwJs firing Unjustifiable. " I RBTOMMO'B ATIONS jtvnSu .ABOUT rVDEWITY. k sdmisal's 'Conduct Was -lamailor- gr Jajieneee Capture a German ynkjwie Kuaner Heavy . Cannon allng Jleglns -Akmg the Center of st Line of Battle Before. Mukden police Chief . AaaatwliutfMl-mud Mar sJ .Law Declared at Baku, In the OH lUnUict Military .Stores Burn si st KUeff IT Revolutionism. ftra, Feb. -25. The sieclson in the Lrth Sea inquiry commission made ywtc .this -morning adverse to the Latins. The decision states that ' ijatvensky was not Justified in fir- ij on the .Doggerbank fishing fleet. Tte opinion is signed by a major at the co...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

AILY BAST MEO0MAN, PENDLETON, ORBQOW, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, IMS. PAfiK OH ! I La Page's Glue I 6 SIZES, lBc TO 48c OIL BRUSHES FOR FLOOR, tl-M TO $3.75. DUSTIJ-SS BRUSH. THE THE SEEDS GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOW ER SEEDS. OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF FRESH, RELI ABLE SEEDS. "SURE TO NAME." BLUE PRINT PAPER ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT HAS ARRIVED. THE "ARCH ITECT" BRAND. 5c TO A ROLL. BEST QUALITY AND FRESH STOCK. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. HEP TOO Sil L BIG IJNERS CANNOT LAND IN SEATTLE. Startling Story Sent Out From Seat tle Concerning Blll'i Monster Ves sels While the "Miiincwota" Was Loading Her Bottom Rested In the Mud of the Harbor Officers and Sailors Secretly Quit for Fear of an Accident to Her. Owen, superintendent. Sermon, 11 a. m.; class meeting, 12:15 p. m. At 3 p. m. a men's meeting, addressed by Rev. Levi Johnson, of Portland; Ep- worth League. t:SO: mass meeting for women only at 7:30, addressed also by Rev. Johnson. A cordial invitation is extended to all thes...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

M a! id tSJi DAILY EAST ORBGONLAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, INt. 00 mm oo Balmy spring days, bring attractive spring prices at the people's best store THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE. Such an abundance of attrac tive spring goods, such an abundance of attrac tive low prices, Pendleton has never before witnessed. Ever faithfully serving the people's best interests, advance in the showing of new things, advance in the lowering of prices at the first tint of spring, this faithful old store starts off with the greatest aggregation of sensational bargains ever offered, and offers extremely low prices on new desirable spring goods. Compare qualities, styles and prices and buy where you can buy the cheapest and bestat this big store kflZEK LADIES' EMBISOIDERED IJNEN TURNOVER COLLARS, (KHY ONE WORTH 26c; YOUR CHOICE WHILE THEY LAST AT 15c. each MEN LADIES' SEW SPRING GLOVES, IN ALL SHADES, EVERY I IB WORTH 61.25; TOUR CHOICE AT kiRDS OP NEW EMBROIDERY, 10 INCHES TOE, EVERY f ABB WORT...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

PAGE FOCR. DAILY EAST OREGON1AN. PENDLETON. OREGON, SATl'HDAY. FEBRIART U, IMS. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pssllabed every afternoon (except Buaday) at Pendleton. Oresoa. by the EAST OKEOONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. RCRSTRimOS BATES. fally. one year, by stall tS.AO Kail j. six ajoiitha. by Mil i-K Dally, three Booths, bj mail 1.25 itk)T,OM Boata. by mail... .. Jm Weekle. oae rear, br Ball 1.50 SSeea!y, alx months, by mall . .751 ffeml-Weekly, oae year, by aaali?"!! l!oo ' und from different forgotten in the We. It will elevate the standards of citizenship and place the tricksters, no matter where found In politics, lu utter disrepute. ADVANCING OX PORTLAND. Portland Is to be the scene of the greatest series of revival meetings, beginning on March S5. and lasting for a month, that has ever been wit nessed in the Northwest. There is now advancing on Port- points of the tVl Weekly, alx months, by mall . . . Seatl-Weccty, thru Buaias, by Bull.. 1.00 I compass, east, south and north, one j o...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

DAILY EAST ORKOOXIAX. PENDLETON, OREXXW. SATtTRIAT. FEBRUARY IS, ltOS. pa& rmL ton Hi n L ) mi inn in n ii in ii in i i Ml, The Last of Fine Winter Goods PRICES ALL IN YOUR FAVOR THE SHARPEST KIND OF PRICE CTTTLNG HAS BEEN RESORTED TO IX ORDER TO EFFECT A SPEEDT DISPOSAL OF ALL WINTER GOODS. IT'S A HARVEST FOR SHREWD BUYERS. INDIES' TAILORED SUITS. (90.00 tailored suit $18.00 jjS.OO tailored suit $15.00 J2S.S6 tailored suit $12.50 $20.00 tailored milt $10.50 118.00 tailored milt $9.50 115.00 tailored suit $8.00 ALL FCRS AT HALF PRICE. AjTiit Ir STANDARD PATTERNS LADIES' SKIRTS. Serge, Broadcloth and Voile, Lot I Values, $4.00 and $4.50 . SS.T5 Lot 2 Value $5.00. for 14 oo Lot S Value $.00, for .... $4.50 Lot 4 Value $7.00, for ... . $4.75 Agents for Samson's GUARAN TEED SILK SKIRTS. LADIKf, JACKETS. Blacks, Browns, Tana. . $8.00 values $4.50 $17.50 Tallica $10.00 $12.00 value fg.ftO $11.00 values $5.00 $14.00 Tallies $8.5 $18.00 Taluea $10.00 Agent for R. & G. CORSETS. Sprin...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

USr fin. D1ILT EAST OREGONIAX. FCNDLKroN. OREOOK. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 5, ltOS. PAGE I t Interesting Letter Fran New York City New Tork. Feb. ii. An Institution or hotel where a respectable orkliig w,.man who finds herselT out of work may find a refuge or shelter is about to be erected In this city. It is a su j reflection upon a dry of the known benevolence and charity of New Tork that such a place has not existed heretofore. The movement looking to the erection of such a hotel s begun some time afro and has steadily grown, until now the principal mer chants and business men of New Tork. together with philanthropists and other public-spirited cltisens. are ready to co-operate in the work of ameliorating the condition of thoxe members of the worlcinir-g-.rl cU who have no home to go to and raut ' resort to the small hall bedroom of a boarding house, with the attendant temptations and loneliness. The plans contemplate the construction of a large hotel on the lines of the Martha Washing...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

DAILY BASTT OREQONIAN, PEWDLBTOK, OUaMOV, SATCRDAY, FEBRUARY IS, IMS. T. P. W. T. I". W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. . W. T. P. W. T. V. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. PERSONAL MENTION 5pfc Wri DO id tor tsdl Oil 150 4 ,'ew Spring Shirtwaist Suits, Tailor Suits and Rain Coats list Received by Express LADIES YOC WANT TO SEE SOMETHING VERT NOBBY, CALL ;(0 LOOK OVER THIS LINE. e Teutsch's Dent. StorA : Corner Main and Alta Streets ITY BREVITIES winy, u c Kaaer. Bader. Get sunny, in yuur classified ads. jaifled ad will ret you help. til cash price for second-hand U Sharon & Eddings'. ;yt pleased are smokers who L Howard's cigar store. whirl of the town Is the piano Hotel Bowman building. .::ty, the guiding star, at Allen xrt-Ramaker piano store. xh is showing an assortment j Jackets at S7.S0 to $12.50. George restaurant, open bl night. Mrs. Cooper, proprle- ran'B Exchange" cook book, ft binding. S8c. .Volt's book 1 the classified ads each eve- They will keep you posted on ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

PACE EJGHT. DAILY EAST OKEOOVIAN. PnTDUaTOX. OREGON. RATTRDAT. rEBRCART tS, IMi. ONE WEEK SPECIAL SALE Dress Goods LATEST WEAVES The near approaca of spring make It Imperative that you make your purchases now. Is order to get your new salt made up. The choice new weaves of the season, many of them exclusive novelties, will be shown dur ing this sale for the first time. 29 pieces, all wool 42-lnch fancy new novelty suitings; C5c and T6c values, at 48c It pieces of Scotch mixtures for tail or suitings. They come in plain mixtures and fancy novelty suitings. These are very nobby effects and priced at 85c per yard. Dur ing this sale Se ll pieces of Mohairs from IS to 4 Inches wide, a beautiful, rich lus trous finish. In colors and black, in polka dot, stripes and colid colors. Priced from 0c to 75c other places. Sale price 48c 10 pieces imported fancy B 2-Inch suitings. The handsomest suiting on the market. Extraordinary value at tl.SO. During this sale .. $1.23 10 pieces fancy (4-inch ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, FfcllRUARY U, ltOS, minium 7or MYSTERY DRAWS BY THE WOBIfl. TAMED jairvoyant i and Medium I - i r vltftl IntitfMt tA to sjay " I to know tne outcome 01 present affairs. Your fu- lupplness may depend np- ,M right solution and prop- arlce. JAUNITKA Till read your life from the kile to the grave. She will Ire you luck that wins success U)VE, MARRIAGE, DI OR C E , SPECULATION, KALTH and all affairs per ils to business. Mines, missing friends, lost nolen articles located. She m does healing through her aderful powers of magnet- t. Consult her at once and will Rend you away happy. a READINGS THIS WF.F.K ! $5.00 READINGS, f 1.00. SOTEL STATE, SUITE 1. ffHIIMtM'l Forshaw will IPEN UP on 2 iUta Street iftthe store vacated by Kemler, the Grocer, with a JompleteStock of also lower Plants uv) auu nut - sery Stock Millie AMONG THE EXCHANGES: OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Coal Find In Garden Valley. J. Deck, of Garden Valley, E. Deck of Brownlee and W. H....

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 February 1905

D.VILT EAST OREOONLIN. PENDLETON, OREGON. RATl'RDAY. FEBRUARY Si, I MM. A New Recipe for Making Coffee Pour cold water on "Mother"! Pride." or any other good cof fee and soak It three or fosr Ihours In the cold water; then put on the Ore, and Just let It come to a boil. Jl )t claimed that one-half an ess snakes it dear-, and that It takes less coffee by this meth od than any other. Try it and see what a sood cup of coffee It makes . Do You Know That we are offering white china enps and saucers at 1.18 per set? Pie plates, per set soc Breakfast plates, per set ..0c Putters, gravy Itoats and all other dishes at the price of semi-porcelain. If yon dont know this come W oar store and let ns show yon the roods at a price we can newer make yoa again, as the ware cannot be purchased at the price again. iiniii TT7" r-jlT 'itttMitttMiVTtTTity SLl- SOCIETY T)fgf EVENTS I t OWL TEA HOUSE A UxJilnrttui p.m. P. Sullivan. F. Peruana. Dean Tatom. I Socially the past week has been one Sam Thompson....

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

0AILYEVENII1GEDITI0N 1 an"t overlook the ad In'thi K. O. Our WEATHER FORECAST. ive citizens talk w', Tonight and Tuesday fair. PENrLETOX, OltEGOX, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1903. NO. 17. 'gODSEDmOH in -A riBiini lieai 11 K ORLEANS (KEPT Blf FIHE antral Freight Termi- pstain the Greatest a. ffAXY LOSER TO -... EXTENT OF ti.oTtO.OOO. Laird Wlrh a Hot. Box A tenn-H Interfered With t Department, Giving the ion a Ores Start Many foe Burned and Other LA Miie of Barks Were Ummense Loss of Products Ur for Export, Including Mrl ff Corn. Leans, Feb. -27. The loss men wept the Illinois Cen- termlnals last night Is now U dune tie 16.000,008. The till sweeping a district of ihmg the river front, but :oniruL wnd cars of grain, over If of cotton and 15,000 har pr were burned. Over i0, L of corn burned In the docks. In all, about a ls is wiped out. Six de- Are horses and three en lined. Eighty horses be- the laboring chut- were ind the steamships Royal '2 damaged to the extent of "be company announces i...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

BAILY BAST vksrKQONlAN, FCKDLETOK, OREGON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY II, SM6. i La Page's Glue I SIZES, 10c TO 48c. OIL BRUSHES FOR THE FLOOR. tlM TO S.7S. THE DCSTLESS BRUSH. " MAGIC CITY ARISES ' DO I G L AS, ARIZ, SPRANG HOTEL ARRIVALS. SEEDS GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOW ER SEEDS. OCR STOCK. CONSISTS OF. FRESH, RELI ABLE SEEDS. NAME." "SURE TO BLUE PRINT PAPER ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT HAS ARRIVED. THE "ARCH ITECT" BRAND. 5c TO tiJii A ROLL. BEST QUALITY AND FRESH STOCK. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. IT IN A DAT. Four Years Ago It Was a Sagebrush Plain, Now a Magnificent Citjr ot T.0O0 People Founded on the Dis cover? of Rich Copper Mines In That Dhtrtct, Douglas, Aria, a city of TOO Inhab itants, has sprung up on the prairie ot the Southwest durthf the past four J years. On January 1. 1 90, It was I nothing but government land, pur 4 chasuble outrtsht at S3 per acre, and 4, today some of the corner lots are J J selling for 19000. It Is not a mush- room growth, although it has...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

it n AH rat ix. m; rod proa well m re 1 20 3 BD 1ST d ' ock rw r I iiAll.Y EAST OKEGOMAX, rKNDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY T, ISM. A VHRBB. 00 c Balmy spring days, bring attractive spring prices at the people's best store THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE. Such an abundance of attrac tive spring goods, such an abundance of attrac tive low prices, Pendleton has never before witnessed. Ever faithfully serving the people's best interests, advance in the showing of new things, advance in the lowering of prices at the first tint of spring, this faithful old store starts off with the greatest aggregation of sensational bargains ever offered, and offers extremely low prices on new desirable spring goods. Compare qualities, styles and prices and buy where you can buy the cheapest and best-at this big store IZESf LADIES' EMHKOIDERED LINEN TURNOVER COLLARS, BT JE WORTH 25c; your choice while they last at 15c each LADIES' KEV SPRING GLOVES, IN ALL SHADES, EVERY piIB WORTH I1.2S; TOIB CHOICE AT 85c. Pai...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

DAH.T EAST OREOON1AX. PENDLETON. ORBGOJf, MONDAY. FEBRUARY IT, IBM. PAGE FOUR. AM INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. resllsbcd afteraooa (except Baaaay) at Peedietoe, Orasoe, by th EAST ORKUOXIAN Pl'BLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Dally. oa !. by Ball f5 00 Dally, ill Booths, by mil X-SO Dally, tare Da oaths, by mall 1-25 Dally.one Booth, by mail RO Wesly, one nar. by nail I SO Wtvkiy, alx aoatha. by Ball "5 Fs.!y. roar months, by Ball SO fteml-wkly. oaa yaar. by Bail SCO ftrsilWerkly. elx Booths, by Ball... 1 00 Bel-wl. thraa Booths, by Ball.. .60 Hcatar Berlpoa-Mrltaa News Aaseciatlon. assistance of the roads, which add the return local freight rate from Portland to the deatinatlon of ship ments from the East; these things Portland can do. If she will do some of them then Eastern Oregon will feel more like lolning in the talkfests. Tha Kast Orezonlan Is on sale ll I. II Klrb News Stand at Hotel Portland and , from DOlll IVUH, miWN. Uluw. Kan Fraariaro Burma. 408 Fourth St. Chlraco Bwres...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

i J UAU.Y EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLKTON, OREGOX. MONDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 1SOX. pagb mnt """"HUM, The Last of Fine Winter Goods PRICES ALL IN YOUR FAVOR TIIK SHARPEST KTM OF PRICE CTTT1XG HAS ItEEX RESORTED TO IN ORDER TO EFFECT A SPEEDY DISPOSAL OF ALL WINTER GOODS, IT'S A HARVEST FOR ' SHREWD BUYERS. LADIES TAILORED SUITS. $.10.00 tailored suit $16.00 $25.00 tailored suit $15.00 $22.50 tailored suit $12.50 $20.00 tailored suit $10.50 $18.00 tailored suit $9.50 $15.00 tailored suit $8.00 ALL FURS AT HALF PRICE. Agent for STANDARD PATTERNS LADIES' SKIRTS. Serge. Broadcloth and Voile. '-"I 1 Values, $1.00 and $4.50 tur $3.75 Lot 2 Value $5.00, for .... $4.00 ' s -Value $8.00, for lot 4 Value $7.00. for $1.50 $4.75 Agents for Samson's GUARAN TEED SILK SKIRTS. LADIES, JACKETS. Blacks, Browns, Tana. $8.00 values $4.50 $17.50 values $10.00 $12.00 values $8.00 $11.00 values $5.00 $14.00 Talues $8.50 $18.00 values $10.00 Agent for It. G. CORSETS. Spring Dress Goods and WASH FABRICS THE NEW FABRICS...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

page ttiL HAttY BAST OREGONTA. PEXWCTOV. ORIOO. MOXPAT. FEBRCABT 87. 1805. FOREST RESERVES ARE NOW UNDER NEW lilGEMEN T tV.e revised statutes and acts amend atnry thereof. "It is ordered. That all pe rsons em ployed in the field and In the District of Columbia in the 'pmteillon and "An act providing for the transfer j administration of forestry reserves in The president has attached his sig nature to the following act and the department of agriculture has issued the following circular of forest reserves from the depart-1 . ment of the interior to the depart ment of agriculture. "Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the Unit ed Slates of American in cougress as sembled. That the secretary of the de partment of agriculture shall, from , and after the passage of this act, ex ecute o cause to be executed oil laws affecting lands heretofore or here after reserved under the provisions oi section 4 of the act entitled 'An act to repeal the timber culture laws, and fo...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

j AKT EAST OREOONIAJf, rHMJIW. , MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9T, IMS. !. W. T. P. W. T. f. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W 4? PERSONAL MENTION WE HAVE THEM .150 New Spring Shirtwaist Suits, Tailor Suits and Rain Coats Just Received by Express LADIES IF TOO WANT TO SEE SOMETHING VERT NOBBY, CALL AVD LOOK OVER THIS LINE, Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store i Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES in the when Get sunny. U C Rader. V C Rader. Get aunnjr. Make your wants known classified columns. Tour wants cease to exist classified ads are used. Highest cash price tor second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddlngs. Always pleased are smokers who buy at Howard's cigar store. Quality, the guiding star, at Allen Gilbert-Ramaker piano store. Teutsch is showing an assortment of spring Jackets at 17.50 to 111.50. Victor talking machines and rec ords, new stock. Nolfs book store. The St. George restaurant, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprie tress. You may no...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

MAX EIGHT. DAILY EAST OTtEQOXlAN, PENDLETON, ORBOOX, MONDAY. FEBRUARY IT, 1805. BEFORE OUR NEW STORE WILL BE READY FOR US TEW PAQK3, mm WW) LADIES NECKWEAR AH ISc collars tor this ale will go at 18c, or TWO FOR 55c, All lie and 18o turn overs will be sold dur ing this sal t FOR 15c. KID GLOVES. Ladles' 11.25 kid flora as food aa others sell tor 31.50; during this sals the go at Me PAIR. GOLF GLOVES. Every pair of ladles' or ml i ' colt gloves goes Into this sale re gardless of cost, at ISc FAIR. LADIES' HOSE. Ladles' SOc wool hose SBC Ladles 35c hose now 96c LADIES' HDRCHIEFS SO dosen ladies plain handkerchiefs, 7c. 8c and 8c kinds, tor this special sale they will to 4 FOR 25c RIBBON. SO pieces of size St. all silk ribbon, about I Inches wide, daring this sale It goes at 13c YARD. HAIR TONIC. IS bottles of Quinine hair tonic, worth 75c, during this sale Me. TOILET SOAPS. tOO bars of tc toilet soap, the best to be had t FOR lie, THREAD. Mernick's thread, I man lot, will go at SPOOL! ...

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