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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

I DAILY EAST (MUBOONIAN, KinUSOX, ORBOON, MONDAY. FEBRUARY IT, 1606. PASS Him. ATTORNEYS. ninin THR " OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Extraordinary School Tax, . i-on school district holds the ,,-r for the highest special school levy of any district in the county , very probably of the state. The . was made last year ior tne pur L nf building a school house In Ir- ,m and was placed at to mills. As valuation ot properry in tne ais- ., K above (74,000 the amound of n derived from the levy will rive l 3 7 4 1 1 5 an ample amount to build rtry good Dunning, or miner win hably pay tor tne nouse wmcn is Udy built Evidently the lrrigonues intended get even with the O. R. & N. Co., ;ch pays much the greater part of , taxes of the district The levy Ls that company just $284$, the f-jt Guarantee xtusi v;o. aoou, ana HolbrooK, proprietor oi tne lown- L )203 for special school purposes Int. They dont believe In doing Lira by halves In Irrlgon. Irrlgon tijator. Palouae Wheat Not Injured. After much inq...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 February 1905

PACK TEN. DAILY EAST OREGON1AN, PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 180i. TEN IHHIIIK A New Recipe for Making Coffee Pour cold water oa "Mother Pride. or any other good cot fee and aoak It three or four hour In the cold water; then put on the tire, and Just let It come to a boll. It la claimed that one-half an St makea It clear"-, and that It take leaa coffee by this meth od than any other. Try It and see what a good cup of coffee It makes. -. HHIHI Do You Know That we are ottering white china cup and taaeera at 11.16 per eett Pie plate, per et Mc Breakfast plate, per aet ..toe Platter, gravy boat and all other diahea at the price of seml-porcelaln. If you don't know tola come to our store and let us show yon the good at a price we can neTer make you again, as the ware cannot be purchased at the price again. OWL TEA HOUSE iiiiiiii mm MILLS WILL CLOSE "W OOL CANNOT BE GOTTEN TO KEEP THEM RUNNING. , I ill Renume Operations About March 10 for a Time, But the Probabilities Are the M...

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. — 28 February 1905

Lfo ffLlNt IDAIIY EVENING EDITION j lyEVBilllBEDITIO;! ' WEATHER FORECAST. -Tonight and Wednesday fair. .Vnn't overlook tne - i SimeBts In the B. O. Our 1 S prTtieBoH UUsens ' Talk ; PENDLETON, ORESON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1905. NO. 5294 01 l' -iMiMiiwi iiiiw iiiiiiiMiiniii 1 ;"XSS ...... i..u Mini II -g ilR OREGON STILt BURN1T1G w is Making Slow and In- 'fectual Headway, Bui Fire Ull in Hold. ' - ivo OFF 'CRESCENT CITT, NEAR OREGON. UfOt Han An Drs i !Reeoed by M Del '"Norte, Which Wood by aad uasri at" Cmmi 'City Safe Heryaody Acted Adnnlrablj- and M'Vm No radio All Ml BtalrWith Fire Is sTonttnoed lb- li-iOrsgoa Is an Md Vessel, Bat Mated a VataaMeCfergo and Many TRUST ADVANCES PRICES. Monopoly of the Box ami Crate Busl Is Effected. San Fraacisco. Feb. 2V Lumber mills and "box manufacturers ot tbe Pacific mast, from California to British Columbia, have reached an agreement which will oon result In an increase In the cent of boxes to packer of dried fruits, raiilna, sal mon, canne...

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. — 28 February 1905

PA4W TTjL I La Page's Glue SIZES. IOe TO 4SC OIIi BRUSHES FOR FLOOR, I1M TO S1.T5. DUSTLESS BRUSH. THE THE SEEDS GARDEN, FIELD AXD FLOW ER SEEDS. OCR STOCK J COXSISTS OF FRESH, REM- ABLE SEEDS. "SURE TO X NAME." J BLUE PRINT i PAPER I ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT J HAS ARRIVED. THE "ARCH ITECT" BRAND. 13c TO IUS A ROLL. BEST QUALITY AND FRESH STOCK. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. GEXERAL NEWS. .. Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, order ed an enforcement of the anti-spitting , ordinance, and within three days 325 spltters were arrested and fined. Major Robert Clark, who officiated at the laying of the corner-stone of the Washington monument In 184 8. Is dead at Erie. Pa., aged 89 years. Of 8000 samples of food products examined last year at the Connecti cut Agricultural Experiment Station, over one-third were found to be adul terated. A bill has passed the New York senate prohibiting "tipping." and Im posing a heavy fine upon both donor and recipient It is expected to pass th...

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. — 28 February 1905

ffX PAGES. DAILY EAST OREQONlAN, PEKDLBTON, OREGON, TTESPAY, FEBRCARY , 105. PACUB YHRKE. fHHIH MM! MM MUM w MIIMIHIMIllMMIIIIMMMMIMf The Last of Fine Winter Goods PRICES ALL IN YOUR FAVOR TUB SHARPEST KIND OF PRICE CTJTTTVC HAS BEEN RESORTED TO IN ORDER TO EFFECT A SPEEDY DISPOSAL OF ALL WINTER OOODS. ITS A MAR VEST FOR SHREW BUYERS. LADIES' TAILORED SOTS. $30.00 tailored salt 910.00 135.00 tailored -salt 15.00 $22.50 tailored suit 912.50 (20.00 tailored -salt $10.50 118.00 tailored salt 90.50 911.00 tailored -wilt 99.00 LADIES' SKIRTS. Serge, Broadcloth and Voile. Lot 1 Valor, 94.00 and .50 for 95.75 lot 2 Value 95.00, far .... . . M.00 Lot 9 Value 90.00, tar 94.50 Lot 4 Value 9T.00, (or ..... 94.15 ALL FURS AT HALF PRICE. Agent for -STANDARD PATTERNS TEED SILK SKIRTS. Agents for fis mean's 'GUARAN. T IiADIEfj -VACKETS. Blocks, Browua, Tana. - 98.00 values 14.50 917.50 values ............ 990.00 912.00 values ' 99.00 911.00 valors 95.00 $14.00 vstksea .M 919.00 nam '910.00 Agent (...

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. — 28 February 1905

DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY IS, 0S. PAGE FOUR. I'M, INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Mnahed every afternoon (except 8uoda;l at Peadleton. Or(oa. by the AST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. srnfscBimox ratks. fAeVJr, one year, by mall 5.00 WtT. Hz month, br mall 2.30 lwlt, tbm moatba. br mall 1.26 fcSr.onr month, br mall AO sjmIt, out yr, br mail 1.50 Swilv. air month, by mall .75 Voaly. four moatba, by mall 60 aa Weekly. ne year, by mall..... 2.00 aeaVWerklT. al moatba. br mall... 1.00 mmV Weekly, tbra months, by mall.. .50 aVaWt Bcrlppa McRaa News Association. TM Eaat Oraonlan hi on sale at B. B. k1 Nw standi at Hotel Portland and I Perkins, Portland, Oregon. City the organisation Is strung;, and does nn enormous amount of work among the poor. It pays to support an active. Intelligent corps of work ers. It reaches a olass of needy peo ple who really deserve help and who are not reached by other charitable organisations. TOO MUCH MONKT FOR FAIR. aa Prsncuto llureau...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 February 1905

r -1 DAILY EAST OREGOVTAV, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, I05. lii I l I I I I It I I I -H..u fSij l I HIIMMIIIMHtl M-H I M ! !. III M tiM t a 1 ta , Iltl HM MHMtltlMI ft KMMIimlllllUMM 4-M 9 SUIT OF CLOTHES J .FREE ' V, E WILli GIVE A S20 SCTT OF , Jf fTHKS TO ONE OK OUR CL'S- SUIT OF CLOTHES FREE ' ikU WK WII.Ij GIVE A MO SCTT OF ClXrTHES TO ONE OF OUR CUB-' TOMK118 EVERY TWO WEEKS. TICKETS GIVEN WITH EVERT 25 CENT PURCHASE. - FIRST DRAWING SATURDAY, MARCH II, AT O'CLOCK, AT OCR STORE. SULLIVAN & BOND i II P ' 1 j5 C ENT PURCHASE, FIRST IHtAWINd SATURDAY, jIARCIl 11. AT 9 Q'CIiOCK, ATpUR STORE. i SULLIVAN .&. BOND flCX PAGES. 5 8 HAS FIRED HIS FIRST SALUTE AND IT IS XOW HIGH TIME THAT YOU WERE THINKING ABOUT YOUR SPRING PURCHASES. PAY OUR STORE A VISIT AND AS YOUR EYE RUNS OVER OUT LARGE STOCK YOU WILL CERTAINLY BE TEMPTED TO PART WITH YOUR CASH THE FLOOD-GATES OF LOW PRICES HAVE BEEN THROWN OPEN AND WE ARE RESOLVED TO DO JUST THIS ONE THING GIVE YOU GREATER VALU...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 February 1905

1 I DAILT EAST OREGOKIAN, PENDLETOX, OREGON, TTESDAT. FEBRCART 18, IMS. 4 n GREAT BOXING T ' OORBETT AND KELSON AT MU8CO TOR SECOND TIME. 4 Kelson Leads the Hotting at Slight ' TMU1S, iimupi v lupfmi uy voruuu In Their Former Meet Big Money I H, aurt, the Event Is Expected tu Be Flrst-tSj Much Exulteiiiviit In Sporting Circles. t it r- San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 28. All J eyes In the sporting world are turned t ' toward nan Francisco", -wiwi city J J tonight. In the arena of the Hayes i Valley Athletic club, "Young Corbett" v and "Battling" Nelson, the two fore !'. moat fighters of their weight, will meet for the second time to settle the J J question of fistic supremacy. To close-followers-of the-fighting gome 1 no battle of Inter days will be more , v Interesting. As a betting proposition the fight i promises more than any mill that hus taken place here In a long time. At i V Present Nelson rules a favorite at v odds of C to 5. This indicates that J notwlthsundlng the fact that Cot...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 February 1905

DAILY EAST OKEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUBSMT, FEBRUARY IS, IMS. - PAGE" MTV FN. !I eyes on the New Spring Suits, Jackets and Rain Coats H'e have D and IntH of them. By all means . to m oar f ki.oo nuiii cow. - ve Jackets at .u, 7.50, 8.50, ft. 50 and 12.50. These ,nmatrfible value. Vew shirtwaist milts In fancy Mohnir, 14.TS to $18.50. yew Uiuor mini sti.au to S37.59. XTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN MOHAIR SKIRTS ,., route In blue, brown, gray, blade and champagne, nicely trim ulih buttons to match. Your Choice $3.50 ALL ALTERATIONS FREE. ' A PERFECT FIT IS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. . PERSONAL MENTION ee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and AIU Streets Y BREVITIES 'Jjnjr. U C Rader. fled ad will rent your house. classified ad will fill thai classified ads. They will vants. ythlng? Use the classified recover It. need help, keep your eyes :lfied ads. ' cash price for second-hand Sharon & Eddings'. become things of the past killed ads are used. the guiding star, at Allen Ramuker piano stor...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 February 1905

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORBSONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 105, REPORT OF PUBLIC LAND COMMISSION Not many document sent to con gress by a president, which contain such far-reaching recommendations, hnve caused less notice than the re port of the public lands commission, printed last week, with a special mes sage from the president, heartily en . dc ruing all Its findings, and cnarac te:!slnc the subject as one of "great magnitude and Importance." The public lands commission Is composed of "W. A. Richards, com mlssloner of the general land office, Frederick H. Newell, chief engineer Of the reclamation service, and Qlf ford Plnchot, chief forester. Their report Is a short document of a f oxen pages, bat It is a scathing. If diRT.tf.ed, arraignment of our various agricultural and timber land laws. If lis recommendations are carried out by congress It will effect a smashing cf chi-iiehed Idols In the West and an overturn of a general practice of acquiring government land,...

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. — 28 February 1905

DAILY EAST ORKQONIAN, PENDLETON, OBBQON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S, IMS. pass mora. ATTORNEYS. apn he AMONG THE EXCHANGES iOF THE INLAND EMPIRE Irrigation In Baker County. I gietly and without the blowing of 1, Isador Fuchs and his associates the past year or two have en and acquired, title to something 2000 acres of sagebrush land !.aled about 20 miles east of Baker .fin the ftaiiii bitc uuuuiry, wniun he time wsj wu . up u wu nui ,-tn 10 cents an acre, but will soon north hundred or dollars an acre. Ith peculiar foresight and adept- Mr. Fuchs discovered a natural rrolr site where it was possible , ilight expense to dam the water .ufflclent quantity to Irrigate the .aands of acres below. Four miles Miches have already seen con- led and more ditching will be this year. A 60-foot dam will ieet of water over a 100-acre furnishing water enough for tracts of land the size 'of the Fuchs has entered. Baker Democrat. Slieep Scab Reported. luck Inspector Parker for Baker was In the city yesterday...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 February 1905

DAILY EAST ORFGONIAN, rENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY. FERRCAKY 5S, 1805. f r PAGE TEW. i. .1!, J1 ,1! .5 3 i i . I A New Recipe for Making Coffee Pour cold water om "Mother's Pride," or any other food cof fee and soak It three or our hours In the cold water; itken put on the fire, and Just let It i come to a boll. It la claimed that one-half as egs makei It clears", and that It takes less coffee by this meth od than any other. Try U and see what a good oup of coffee It makes. - , MM Do You Know I That "we are offering white china cups and -saucers at 111. 15 per set? Pie plates, per set .. SOc Breakfast plates, per set ,.Mc Platters, gravy boats and all ' other dishes at the price of semi-porcelain. ' If you don't know this -come to our store and let us show yon the goods at a price we can never make you again, as the wan cannot fee purchased at the prlee again. ' OWL TEA HOUSE 1 1 HI M Ml I Ml I Ml II Ml I lMH GOOD FARCE COMEDY TONIGHT. loNeph Murphy's Second Ptajr -Better . Than the F...

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. — 1 March 1905

1 4 - DAIIY EVENING EDITION DAILY EVENiriG EDITION ! 1 Readqrs don't overlook t)i ad vertiseaftsnts In. , the E. Q, Our most progressiva citizens ''talk through the ads, t WEATHER FORECAST. ' Tonight and Thursday fair. IU U i lit u Jf 'v J.VDLETOX, . OllEGOX, WEDNESDAY, MAltfI l' .V ; " "; ' ' VOL. t8. X). r,2f.' i- t-- f i "1 x FATHER GDPON ! TO It PEOPLE Issues. Two letters from Paris, drie to the,, Czar ana1 One to the People. . ,. " " " ' ,. 1IE URGES.KESISTAJfCE., ,. 'AND ATfKI .REVOLUTION. Heavy Fighting for Two Days Adja cent to 1 Mukden The sanation Jn the Far' East it . Little Changed; Poland Is Now Undo Martial i Entirely The -Strike Movement Jn Kursk Has Developed die Propor tions Of a Uo volution r General StooHHci In il'oldjy Received la Ht Petersburg.) ). i 1 Paris, March 1. Two letters, sign ed "George &opou," Were today print ed In the socialist newspaper "iUi manlte.' One, addressed to the czar says: "Innocent workmen, wives and children will forever separate th...

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. — 1 March 1905

DAILT EAST OREGON! AX, PENDLETON, ORBCON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1W5. KIGHT pages. PACK TWO. ! La Page's Glue 6 SIZES, 10c TO 4Sc. OIL BRCSIIES FOR FLOOR, SUM TO $2.75. prsTLEss Bnrsii. THE THE SEEDS GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOW ER SEEDS. OCR. STOCK CONSISTS OF FRESH, RELI ABLE SEEDS. "SURE TO NAME." BLUE PRINT PAPER ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT HAS ARRIVED. THE "ARCH ITECT" BRAND. 95c TO $1.85 A ROLL. BEST QUALITY AND FRESH STOCK. FREDERICK NOLf & COl SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. GEXEItAL NEWS. Admiral Dewey is too 111 at his "Washington home to be able to take a trip to Florida for the oetterment of his health. At 104 West Sixty-first street, New Tork. Miss Eloise Lee. aged 20, by her individual heroism saved the lives of six small children at a fire. Water for household purposes is being sold by the gallon In some neighborhoods in the Hawaiian Islands, being scarce on account of drouth. Superintendent Dunn, of the Illi nois Central, estimates the loss to that company by the dock fire at New Or...

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. — 1 March 1905

RMHT PABRft. IAHA' EAST ORKGONIAX, PENDLETON, ORBCO.V, WKDXKSDAV. MARCH I, 1905. FAME IHRI& i ne Lasi oi hine iioter moos PRICES ALL IN YOUR TIIK SHARPEST KIND OP PRICE SPEEDY DISPOSAL OF AM, LADIES TAILORED SUITS. LADIES' SKIRTS. LADIEi, JACKETS. 30.00 tailored milt $10.09 Serge, Broadcloth and Voile. Blacks, Browns, Tans. 92S.OO tailored gait . 115.00 Lot 1 Values, $4.00 and $4.50 $8.00 values $4.50 $22.50 tailored suit $12.50 for 13-5 $17.50 values $10.00 $20.00 tailored suit $10.50 fa $18.00 tailored suit $9.50 $15.00 tailored salt $8.00 - 1100 ,u" 5 00 Lot 4 Value $7.00, for .... $1.75 $14.00 values $8.50 ALL FURS AT HALF PRICE. ; $18.00 values $10.00 '. Agents for Samson's GUARAX- ; ; Ageat for STANDARD PATTERNS TEED SILK SKIRTS. Agcnt for R A Q CORSETS. Spring Dress Goods and WASH FABRICS THE NEW FABRICS ARE COMIf.G BY EVERY TRAIN. THERE ARE NOW ENOUGH ON HAND TO MAKE A GOOD SHOWING, ALL THE NEW SHADES DICTATED BY FASHION'S WHIMS. I ALEXANDER DEPARTMENT STORE I Forshaw wi...

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. — 1 March 1905

PACE FOUR. AILY EAST OREGON! A V, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH I, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pabtlahed rrrrj afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the . EAST OREGON I AX PUBLISHING COMPLY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. THilly, one year, by mall $5.00 Dally, all months, by mall 2.50 DallY, tliree months, by mall 1.25 PallV.one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 Tffklv, all mautha. by mall 75 Weekly, four montha, by mall 50 , n-...i. .. K. malt O no IXIIl- r wi , iuv ...... fiml-WeeklT. air months, by mall... 1.00 8emt-Veeltly, three montha, by mall .50 Member Sorlppa-McRae Neva Association. Tbe Kaat Oregonlan la on sale at B. B. Rich's News Standa at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins,. Portland. Oregon. San Francisco Bureau. 408 Fourth St. Chicago Bureau, 00 8ecnrlty Building. Washington. P. C, Bureau, S01 14 th St., W. W. Telephone Main 11. sintered at Pendleton Postofflce as second class matter. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertising ma...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 1 March 1905

EIGHT PAGES. 1AILY EAST ORECON'IAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 105. PAOB PIT. ; 3 i All eyes on the New Spring Suits, Jackets and Rain Coats We have tliem and lots of tlicni. By all means ask to see our special $10.00 Rain tout. New Jacket ut $8.50, $7.50, $8.50, $9.50 and $12.50 These are uninatcluible values. New shirtwaist mills In fancy Molialr, $14.75 to $18.50. ' New tailor suits $12.50 to $37.50. EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN MOHAIR SKIRTS Come In blue, brown, gray, black anil diaiiiiMiirne. nicely trlm- x mod witli buttons to mutch. Your Choice $3.50 ALL ALTERATIONS FREE. . A PERFECT ITT IS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES Get sunny. U C Rader. Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddlngs'. Quality, the guiding star, at Allen Sc Gllbert-Ramaker piano store. The whirl of the town Is the piano ale at Hotel Bowman building. All It takes to have your wants cease to exist is a classified ad. Sui...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 1 March 1905

--v I PAGE SIX. D.VILY EAST OREdONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGO, WKDXESDAY, MAUOI I, 1905. EIGHT FACES. i T HE IRRIGATION LAW (Continued from page 3.) terior, enter suit on behalf of the tate of Oregon, in the name of the tatf, for the determination of all rights for the use of such waters and shall diligently prosecute the same to final adjudication. rat-tics and Costs of Suits. Sec. 6. In any suit wherein the tate Is a party for the determination of a right to the use of the waters of any stream system, all who claim the right to use such waters shall be made parties. When any such suit has been filed, the court shall call upon the state engineer to make or furnish a complete hydrographlc sur vey of the stream system as hereinbe fore provided. In order to obtain all data necessary to the determination of the rights involved. The disburse ments made in litigating the rights In volved In such suit shall be taxed by the court as In other equity suits. Decrees Adjudicating Water Rights. Sec. ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 1 March 1905

BtQHT PACKS. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, CRKOON, WKDXESDAY, MARCH 1, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. ATTORNEYS. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Case of Itcmurkul)k Resemblance. Deputy Sheriff Charles Monroe re turned yesterday from Missoula, Mont., where he went to secure the man arrested by the Missoula officers as Smith Itray. but who was believed to be Jack Matthews, the murderer of Antonle llroncheau. Mr. Monroe was accompanied by James Reagan, of the reservation, who attended the Broncheau dance and hud been In trouble with Mat thews the night of the murder. Upon their arrlvel in Missoula Bray was brought before Reagan who stated that he was not the man wanted. An interesting- feature of the case Is the close resemblance between Bray and Matthews and the fact that Bray was also arrested In Spokane about two weeks after the Broncheau murder, as Matthews, but when In Spokane he placed the officers In communica tion with the chief of police at Bil lings, who stated that on the day...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 1 March 1905

PACK EIGHT. EIGHT PAGES. A New Recipe for Making Coffee Pour cold water on "Mother T Pride," or any other good cof fee and soak It three or four T hours In the cold water; then X put on the fire, and Just let It - come to a boil. It la claimed that one-half an egg makes It clear" , and that T It takes less coffee by this meth- Z - od than any other. Try It and t see what a good cup of coffee I It makes. - w . , OWL TEA HOUSE READY FOR THE FAIR. Inland Empire Counties Are Making -- Preparations for Exhibits. The Spokesman-Review, In speak ing of the activity among Inland Em pire counties that are getting ready for the Lewis and Clark fair, says: Inland Empire counties are alive to the need of preparing early for adequate representation at the Lewis and Clark fair. Co-operation between several counties of Eastern Washing ton has already been proposed and the individual action of Idaho and Eastern Oregon counties indicates that the interior section will make a showing that is certain t...

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