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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

DAILYEVENINGED1TI0M WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Sunday unsettled, cloudy weather with showers. Money makes the mare go, and East Oregonian advertising makes business come. VOL. 18. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAHCII 18, 1903. IS O. 5310 0A1IY EVENING ED ITIO H ; RUSSIAN LINES OF- RETREAT CUT St, Petersburg Has Wot Heard From Her Fleeing Army for IFwenty-four Hours. fUGHTING BY TUB REAR GUARD IS CONTINUOUS. JllnevlU-h and the Authorities at Home Have Tlielr Minds Made Vp to Face Surrender MoMUzation of Another Russian Army Is Program ing Signs of Complete Desnorali xation on die Part of the Rustaana Labor lYoable Itecoounenoe in Poland. 8t. Petersburg, March 18. The authorities say no Information has reached them that the Japanese have cut the railroad In Llnevitoh's .rear, but admit that communication with the army has been cut -off .for the past 14 hours. A dispatch dated Chang Tu Fa, 40 miles north of Tie Pass, 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, states the army was retreating in goo...

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. — 18 March 1905

J PAQK TW0. DALLY EAST OHEGOXIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 105. TWELVE PAGES. HOTEL ARRIVALS. rTTT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITfl T SALE OF Fine Stationery Old Dutch Linen, letter sin), in three new sluules. Tablets with' Premier envelopes to match. CRANE'S LINEN GRENA DINE TABLETS. In the latest shades bluite, French grey, Dresdeu wliite ami Ocean green, with "Dakota" style envelopes to match. HURD'S NANKEEN LINEN. Tliree latest styles and shades. Grey, white and blue, with lat est styles, the "Poinitatlour" en velopes to match. HURD'S INDLA MULL. Five similes, with "Juliet" cn- I We are strictly "np-to-ilate" T in latest stationery. School and Office Supplies. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. SCHOOL AND OFFICE X SUPPLIES. GENERAL NEWS. The vault in the bank at Peters burg, Tenn., was blown and $7000 taken. The last Delaware legislature abol ished the pillory, but refused to abol ish the whipping post. The graduating class of Indians at Carlisle, Pa., this spring, numbers 41 the large...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

PAGE THREE. f' HOME OF THE "WALKOVER" AND "FLOUSHKIM" SHOES FOR MEN. HOME OK TIIK AND "DALTON" SHOES FOR LADIES. ALEXANDER'S THE RELIABLE STORE OlTl STOCK ()!' SPRING goods Eon the various departments is now complete. AND WE DO NOT MAKE AN EXTRAVAGANT STATEMENT WHEN WE SAY NEVER I TIIS HIS TORY OF THIS WELL KNOWN KTORK DID WE EXHIBIT SUCH AN ARRAY OP BEAUTIFUL GOODS. I TIS A HEAL PLEASURE TO US TO SHOW THEM. MANY Alt ETHE COMPLIMENTS WR HAVE RECEIVED ON OUR NEW OODS, AND THE PRICES AS WELL AS THE STYLES ARE RIGHT NEWS OF MILTON Titl'STEES OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE DO BUSINESS. Prof. Perry Re-Elected Prrxlilent. hiiiI Siiiiic of (he Faculty Chosen Commencement During the First Week In May Quit School on Ac count of III Heulth Returned From Old Mexico. LADLES' GARMENT DEPARTMENT. 'In addition to our already large stock of shirt waist suits we are In re ceipt of another shipment of the bm ell cut line of suits ever slioivn In Pendle ton, both In silk moliair and fancy 'Panama weaves; the pri...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

page Forn. . VILY EAST ORE GONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARC1I 18, 1805. TWELVE PAGES. (feast (feOffivx AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pvbllsbed every afternoon (except Sundaj) t Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST OKEUONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Pally, srBsrBimoN bates. , one year, by mail $5-00 all montha. by mall 2 50 three montha. br mall 1.23 Dally. one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 150 Weekly, all montha. by mall 75 Weekly, four montha. by mall 50 Reml Weekly, one year, by mall 2.00 Semi Weekly, all montha. by mall... 1.00 Semi-Weekly, three montha. by mall.. .50 desnitc the loud outcry against his backbone-less policy of harboring vice und feigning blindness when the open doors of the dives yawn before his official eyes. With all due respect to age and ex perience, Portland should have a younger, more active mayor. George H. Williams has been a power In the state; no one questions that; but Portland Is a palpitating, vigorous young giant and demands vitality no' pos...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

... I ' TWELVE PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGOJOAN, PENDLETOJT, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCTI 18, 1905. PAGE FIVE. I A Mar is Worth 100 AND IT WOITD IJK IMPOSSIBLE TOR ANY ONE TO SELL IT FOR ONE HUNDRED CENTS, PAY RENT, CLERK III RE, LIGHT BILLS, ADVERTISING BILLS AND OTHER EXPENSES AM) CONTINUE IN BUSINESS. YET THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE ASKED TO BELIEVE BY A SO-CALLED CLOSING-OIT SALE ADVERTISER, WHO SAYS HE SELLS GOODS AT M AXUFCTURERS' COST. There Is a "Nigger m the Woodpile" Somewhere IF THE GOODS ARE NEW, FRESH AND UP-TO-DATE, AND BOUGHT THIS SEASON, THEN THEY CAN'T BE SOLD BY ANY ONE AT MANUFACTURERS' COST. II S PENDLETON' FOUND A PIUL ANTHROPIST WHO IS WILLING TO DO BUSINESS FOR HIS HEALTH AND PAY FOR THE PRIVILEGE? WELL, WE GUESS NOT, AND FEEL CONFIDENT THAT YOU WILL AGREE THVT OUR GUESS IS. CORRECT. HERE ARE SOME PRICES WE WILL MAKE, AND MEET THE SELF-STYLED "GOER OUT OF BUSINESS": SUITS SO 115.00 mid $16. SO milt, now $0.08 50 $18.00 milts now $11.40 100 $20.00 suits now . . $12.48 10 $25.0...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

V PAU OX. DAILT BAST OMKJONIAN, PKNDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1905. TWELVE PAGES. Pendleton's Fame as the Most Progressive and Up-to-Date "City of the Northwest is in a Measure Due to the Efforts of PEOPLES WAREHOUSE ill TO REDUCE ALL PRICES TO A "LIVE AXD LET LIVE" BASIS. MOST PEOPLE APPRECIATE THIS. BUYING AXD SELLING IN LARGE QUANTITIES WE CAN AFFORD TO SELL AT A LESS PRICE, AND HANDLING ONLY FIRST-CLASS, RELIABLE MERCHANDISE GIVES US ADDITIONAL PRESTIGE THAT'S ALL. . ' , FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 20, THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE WILL MAKE SOME REMARKABLY LOW PRICES ON WOMEN'S RELIABLE SHOES, LACE CURTAINS, FINE TABLE DAMASK, LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS, CHINA AND GLASSWARE AND FRESH GROCERIES. NONE WHO CONSIDER IT TO BE THEIR DUTY TO MAKE THEIR MONEY BIUNG ITS FULL EST RETURN, CAN AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THESE REMARKABLE PRICE CONCESSIONS. I .allies' shoe prices that mean an actual reduction In price, dean saving of such worth that yon should not fall to take advantag...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

DAILY KA8T OBI IONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATITRDAY, MARCH 18, 1905. PACK SEVEN. TOEI.VE PAGES. The CHURCHES At tlio lluptl. Cliulxli. Baptist church, cornel- East Alia and Johnson streets, U. Leroy Hall, pastor. Tomorrow evening the pastor will preach the first of a series of three sermons on John 3:16. "For God so loved the world that lie gave His only begotten Son, that whoso ever belleveth In Him should not per ish but have everlasting life." First sermon, "A Loving Father"; second sermon, "A Lost World"; third ser mon, "All Efficient Saviour' On tiunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in this church, will be held a conference of Christian men. Let all men who love the Lord Jesus Christ gather in this conference. Congregational Church. Services tomorrow as follows: Bun day school at :45 a. m. Homing preaching service at 11 o'clock, sub ject, "Your Occupation." Preaching at 2: SO p. m. at the West End. Meet ing of the Y. P. 8. C. K. at 8:30. Evening song and preaching service at 7:30. Su...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

DAILY EAST ORHQONIAN, PBNDLBTON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1905. TWELVE PAGES. FIGHT HIGH TAXES SI PIER-BOURNE HOME OF. W . C. R. COMPANY TENDER IS REFUSED. RAILWAY PROJECT IS VP KOI! AX EARLY DECISION, PAGE BIGHT. I.ue Taken by It Against tlo Rate of Awsanent i Walla Walla County It a Problem Arising From Dif fering Interpretations of "Second class" anil "Third-class" Proiwrty Company Will Curry the flw Into the Courts. The Washington & Columbia River Railway company will aim to secure the reduced classification that will entitle It to a schedule rating In what Is known as the third grade for taxa tion purposes, says the Walla Walla Union. J. G. Cutler, treasurer of the company, yesterday tendered J9, M'J.Sfi In payment of the W. & C. R.'f county taxes for the year 1904, but the county's books recorded the amount due as $17,871.33, and Treas urer P. B. Hawley refused to accept the check tendered. The W. & C. R. was assessed on the s.-cond-class rating by the state boa...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

AAILY EAST ORHGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, 8ATVRDAY, MARCH 18, !, PAGE NISE. i 1 PERSONAL MENTION TWELVE PACKS. Of a moderately "Rakish" build GO WELL WITH A YOUNG FAC E. FOR THE OLDER ONES. WE 1LVVE THE CONSERVATIVE SHAPES. Five words about Hats for the man about town '. I 2 3 Blacks and Browns - This Spring 1 Teutsch, Hatter CITY BREVITIES Nuts at Taiem's. . , Get -sunny. U C Rader. . ' ' Fine 'oranges at Tatom's. Best wood and coal, 'McAdams. . tVh'ere dlj', you get thai hati . At Lee Teutsch's. ' '" ' Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddings. If you want to be In line, buy your spring.. hat ,ut J .Teutsch's. , l I Always pleased are ' smokers who buy at Howard's cigar store. , Usi 'th fclMslfiea ajs tn fl,!! your wants. It's a sure, easy way. See those swell .peg-top trousers and nobby top ooaU at Alexander's. The latest stationery, Panama Fi bre, flvo shades, Nolfs book store. Ti e St. George restaurant, open dand night. Jlrs. Cooper, proprie tress. ' The ...

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. — 18 March 1905

PARK TEN. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAV, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1905. TWELVE PAGES. Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAU, Proprietor. Your Spring Need in the m VI 17 THE WASHINGTON TAKES TO THE WATER AT CAMDEN Is Not On? of the Fastest Unu of Her Class, Hiit Is the Sujierlor of Many of .the Earlier First-class Ves sels Has the Greatest Battery and Defensive Power of Any Crul lias 23,000 Horse Power. Camden, X. J., March 18. In the presence of several thousand and to a chorus of steam whistles and clanging bells, the United States armored cruiser Washington, the most power ful of its class yet built, gracefully glided from the ways at the yard of the New York Shipbuilding company today. As the new warship swept down the ways toward the rippling waters of the Delaware the assembled multitude wildly cheered the new champion. Owing .to the distance of the state of Washington from this city, there was not a large attend ance of citizens of the commonwealth honored by the navy departmen...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

ttlJ j lt..mwuwv4yiiA.t - TWELVE PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PKNDLBVOK, ORHQOK, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1905. PAGE ELEVEN. AMONG THE OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Shooting Near Boise. G. F. Rence, a German farmer re siding on Dry creek, seven and one half miles north and a little west of Boise, shot and dangerously wounded Henry Clurk, near the Rence ranch about 10 o'clock this morning. The wounded man resides on the bench between Boise and Meridian and had sold a ranch he owned on "Dry creek. He went there this morn ing; to place the purchaser in posses sion when he met Rence, who, It Is said, Is a peculiar character. Rence Is at outs with everybody and went after Clark with a club according to Clark's statement, and when the lat ter wrenched It from hlB adversary Rence stepped back and shot at him four times. Only .one bullet was effective. It passed through the lungs and lodged near the point of the shoulder blade. Mr. Clark came to town and was taken to St. Luke's hospital. He ar rived abou...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 March 1905

PAGE TWELVE. TOUT.T EAST OREGON1AV. PENM.KTON, OREGON. SATURDAY, MAIU'lV 18, 10S. TWKI.VIi PAGES. CROPS LITTLE HURT BY FREEZE f Tour hens may have com menced cn the annual crop of eggs, and not liking the "lay" of the nest, might suggest (If Egg- zactly Who Said Watermelon? I they could talk) that we sell T two porcelain nest eggs for five cents. A word to the wise, etc. said No one! But if some one had Mother's Pride,' SPORTSMEN ARE TRYING ' TO SECURE PRIVILEGES. you would know it meant the best twenty-five cent coffee On Earth There are four splendid cof fees ,in this blend, giving strength, flavor, body and that after taste that makes you want The iocul Association .Offers a Re ward fur tlvo Detection of All Vlo lutous of tle Kulen in Force on the Reservation for the Conserving of Onler and Preservation of Proper ty IJquor on tbe Reservation and Leaving Gates Open the Principal Abuses. OWL TEA HOUSE I I m I t I II r M'tIHMMI I TSt WOMEN'S CLUBS home of the former, Friday, March I...

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. — 20 March 1905

DA1LYEVENINGEDITI0N WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight anil Tuesday occasional rain. Money makes the mare go, ami East Oregonian advertising makes business come. VOL. 18. PENDLETON", OHEttOX, MONDAY, MA1ICII 20, 1903. NO. 33 11 OAILYEVEHIHGEDITIO'I LATI TIE CONTRACTS Ranchers Called Upon to Pay More Than They Supposed . They Signed Up For. "FRENZIED FINANCE" SOUTH OF PENDLETON. Scvrral Ranchers Taken In on $15 Contrail Which Really Demanded $315 Some Balked When It Came to Cashing til. While One Man Has liven -Mil icl li 1 $150 Swindler Worked In Pairs, Hut llolli A in Missing Hunks Hold tho Piier Gniphophoiie Succeeds the Light ning Rod. Stories have Just reached here of a "frenzied finance" scheme that has been worked among the farmers to the south of Pendleton, and which In one case at least, has worked suc cessfully. The guise under which the operator worked was that of a graph ophone agent, and the means by which the swindle was worked was a cleverly arranged contract or note. A number ...

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. — 20 March 1905

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGOMAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1905 EIGHT PAGES. SALE OP Fine Stationery Old Dutoh Linen, Ieltor sizo. In three now sliados. Tablets v. 1th Premier envelopes to niatrfu CRANE'S LINEN GRENA DINE TA1U.ETS. In the latest shades blulte, French grey, Dresden white and Ocean green, with "Dakota" style cnvetH09 to match. iaU'S NANKEEN IJNEN. Three Litest si vies and shades. Grey, white and blue, with lat est styles, Uie "Pompadour" en velopes to ninieh. IIIRD'S INDIA MlXli. Five sliades, with "Juliet" en velopes to match. We are strictly "up-to-date" In latest stationery. School and Office Supplies. FREDERICK NOLF 5c CO. AFTER MANY YEARS VETERANS OF THE C IVIL WAR MEET IX PORTLAND SCHOOL AXD OFFICE SUPPLIES. : GENERAL NEWS. The Connecticut state senate has killed a bill to establish the whipping post In that state for wife beaters. The net earnings United States Steel corporation for the first three months of 1905 are over J26.000.000. For the correspon...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 March 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1905. PAGE THREE. MAlliil - " - - T V V V I TTTTTTTT SI TTTTttTTTTPTTTTTTTTTI 4 HOME OF TI1K "WALKOVER" AND , "FLOItSHEIM" SHOES TOR MEN. OIR STOXTK OK SPRING GOODS FOR THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS IS NOW COMPLETE. AND WE DOXOT MAKE AN EXTRAVAGANT STATEMENT WHEN WE SAY NEVER IN THS HIS TORY OK THIS WELL KNOWN STORE DID WE EXHIBIT SUCH AN ARRAY OF BEAUTIFUL GOODS. I US A REAL PLEASURE TO US TO SHOW THEM. MANY AR ETHE COMPLIMENTS WE HAVE RECEIVED ON OUR NEW GOODS, AND THE PRICES AS WELL AS THE STYLES ARE RIGHT LADIES' GARMENT DEPARTMENT. In addition to our already lurge stock of shirt waist suits we are in re ceipt of another shipment of the swell eat line of suits -ever shown in Pendle ton, both in silk mohair and fancy Panama' weaves; the prices range from $37.50 to $10.00 Aim a big lot of white- Lawn, Persian ..Lawn and Swiss shirt waists. The line must be seen to fully appreci ate them; prices' from $13.00 to 85c J...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 March 1905

PAGE FOUR. DAILY EAST OllR(M)MAN. PENDLETON, OHKGOX, MONDAY, M ARCH 20, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. PiblUhd rrrrj afternoon (tirtpt Sunday) at l'endlMon. Oregon, by the KAST OHEtiOMAN 1'VM.ISHING COMPANY. subscription bates. rllT, on rear, by mall $5 00 PallT. all mouths, by mall 2. SO Dallv. three months, by mall . . 1.25 tolly .one mouth, by mall SO Weeklr, one year, by mall 1.50 Weekly, all niontha. by mall 75 Weekly, four montha. by mall .50 Beml Weeklv. one year, by mall 2 00 fteml WecklV. alt montha. by mall... 1.00 Semi-Weekly, three montha, by mall.. .50 Member Scrlpna-McKae Newt Association. The Fast Oreironlan Is on sale t It. B. Plena News Simula at Hotel Portland and Hotel Terklns, Portland. Oregon. San Franrlson Korean. 408 Fourth 8t. Chicago Bureau. !o Security KuildlnK. Washington. I. C. Hureau, 501 14th St.. . W. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Poatofflce ai second claaa matter. XOTlCr. TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertising matter to appear In...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 March 1905

V EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OHKGOXJ AX, PEXDLETOX, OKEGOX, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1905. PAGE FIVE, IJIJIUII 1 I "" 1 " "" '"' - " " I ' GO WILL WITH A YOl'XG I-'ACE. EOK THE Ol.DKK OXKS WE HAVE THE CONSERVATIVE SHAPES. Five words about Hats for the man about town 1 2 3 . Blacks and Browns '4 5 This Spring Teutsch, Hatter CITY BREVITIES' ffuts at Taltm's. U C Rader. Get sunny. Confections at Tatom's. Get sunny. U C Rader.' .' '; Fine oranges at Tatom's. McAdums, wood and coal. Best wood and coal, McAdams. Wliere did you get that hat? At Lee Teutsch's. Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddlngs". It you want to be In line, buy your spring hut at Lee Teutsch's. Always pleased are smokers who buy 'at Howard's cigar store. We are showing a large line of lied Lettpr testaments. Xnlf's book store. The St. George restaurant, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprie tress. Two waitresses will find positions open" fur tin-in If they will look at the classified ails. Three women...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 March 1905

FAGE SIX. DATT.Y EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1005. EIGHT PAGES. Pendleton's Fame as the Most Progressive and Up-to-Date City of the Northwest is in a Measure Due to the Efforts of PI? iOEs WLES WAREHOUSE TO REDUCE ALL PRICES TO A "LITE AND LET LIVE" BASIS. MOST PEOPLE APPRECIATE THIS. BUYING AND SELLING IN LARGE QUANTITIES WE CAN AFFORD TO SELL AT A LESS PRICE, AND HANDLING ONLY FIRST-CLASS, RELIABLE MERCHANDISE GIVES US ADDITIONAL PRESTIGE THAT'S ALL. FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH SO, THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE WILL MAKE SOME REMARKABLY LOW PRICES ON WOMEN'S RELIABLE SHOES, LACE CURTAINS, FINE TABLE DAMASK, LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS, CHINA AND GLASSWARE AND FRESH GROCERIES. NONE WHO CONSIDER IT TO BE THEIR DUTY TO MAKE THEIR MONEY BRING ITS FULL EST RETURN, CAN AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THESE REMARKABLE PRICE CONCESSIONS. Ladles' shoe prices that mean an actual redaction In price, a clean saving of aoch worth that yon should not tail to take advantage of It...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 March 1905

FIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON', MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1005. PAGE SEVEN. ATTORNEYS. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Compromised Willi Taffe. The stute has already, through tie condemnation pro if j, hecured a ile cme of the circuit court convening a atrip of Tafte'a lund for a tight -of -wr.y, the latti r b (k awarded dam ages to the amount of $15,000. Th'g Judgment was not satisfactory to Taffe, as the price which he hud ltxed for hia land was 140,000, and he threatened to bring an appeal to the supreme court on the ground that the state had no right to condemn property for the government and up on the admission of certain testi mony. Later1 on It was found that more foundation was needed for the cmml where It passed through the proper ty, on account of Its being ao ntar the river, and It was necessary to condtmn another narrow strip of his land The attorney general wis in structed to enter condemnation pro ceedings for this purpose also, Taffe having ent...

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. — 20 March 1905

r.;K noiiT. 1)II.Y KAST OHEGOMAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. JK.'Mi.iV. MAIU'll 20, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. CHIEFS CO TO Egg-zactly NDUN lira Who Said Watermelon? No one! But if some one had said "Mothers Pride," you would know It meant the best twenty-five cent coffee On Earth There are four splendid cof fees In this blend. giving strength, flavor, body and that after taste that makes you want SIP Chief No Shirt, of the Walla i ed with Commissioner Leupp, and to Wallas, and Sub-chief I'umpine. ofinake the usual effort to have regu-, the same tribe on the' Umatilla res-1 'a"""a "" ,he reservation .-'hanged to I suit their personal tastes, ervation. have gone to Washington.; No. shirt has made three trips to accompanied by Hilly McKay an. I j Washington in t ie past, in the lnter Willlam Charles, us Interpreters, to est of his tribe.' hut this Is the first Tour hens may have com menced cn the annual crop of eggs, and not liking the "lay" EH- of the nest, might suggest (If they could talk) that we...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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