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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 October 1904

DAILY EAST OREGOMAX. frETLErWC "OREGON, TH R8D A Y. : OCTOBER 17. 104. Have You f Found It? I Does it give yon the aatlsfac- tkn It ought tor or does at J make yon feel like going to Jail 4 or congress? It's coffee we mean, if your coffee la good the world kuka bright and worth 11 Ting In. If bad -well, yon know how yon feet We make a specialty of cof fees. Wo have had fourteen years experience, both whole sale and retail. We blend our own coffees. Owl ! Tea House DON'T USE WET CLIMATE. Iowa Man Thinks Umatilla County the Best in the Cosutt States. Boy Briggs. who has cattle Interests m Page county, Iowa, has Just arriv ed, coming -from the west, having inaen a trip through California. western Oregon and the Bound coun try. "California is overdone badly for a man who only has a few thousand dollars, western Oregon Ib alto gether too damp, and the Sound country simply has an abominable climate. I have found 'hut nne hi. trict in the coast states that seems to compare favorably with w...

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 October 1904

rAGE TEN. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2,1, lw. Have You Found It? Does It Rive jron the satisfac tion It ought toT or does It make yon feel like going to Jail or congress? It's coffee we mean. If your coffee Is good the world looks bright and worth living In. If I oaa weu, yon know bow yon feel. We make a specialty of cof fees. We nave had fourteen years' experience, both whole sale and retail. We blend our own coffees. Owl ! Tea House j pectattons of those In charge. The display of goods of both beautiful and useful design Is complete, and Is attractively arranged. Owing to the Immense crowds of sightseers and specially children, the Bisters of 8t. Francis have decided to ask parents to accompany the children to the fair, and children not accompanied by parents will not be admitted tonight, because of the ter rible crowd, and the danger of them being Injured. An admission fee of 10 cents will also be charged at the door tonight, m order to prevent suc...

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 October 1904

DAILY EVEHBiBEDITIOH WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight ami Saturday fair. PEN DLETON, OREUOXV F1U DA Y, ()( TOIJEU 28.' 1 904 . NO. 5190. U- .-- - - - - I WHITMAN IAND WTTHBH.AWN iBffllB 'IIEIIES Quarter of a Million He-Owns United Cop ' Company. i ' f, unto HOME jog DISABLED MIXERS. HMttM Mmir Deckle Ue Bet-flas- Clown uwon. But tsvys He r' ta ike Pecs liUO mam That He Siiu C guk-arlnK VTU Make w UK Government Rmbw a Tract for 1rp Patoaw Irrigation xVoJoet. Walla Walla, Oct. 28. The "Walla Walla public land office yseterday re ceived Instructions by telegraph to withdraw from entry three sections of land tn Whitman eounty, Situated near Hooper, which Indicates that the gevernment la about to undertake the immense Irrigation project tor which the people ot this 'section of country have hoped m lone time. The tele graphed Inatructlona are ma follows: "On account of Palouse irrigation project, withdraw from all forms rf disposal tnder flrat form withdrawal sections 34, 25 and 2( of township 1...

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. — 28 October 1904

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST ORESGONIAK, PENDLETON, ORKGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER S8, 1904. Good Baking Powder Made from purest, wholesome materials, according to the most successful and highly recommended formula known. Is a fine success. Guaranteed as good as any 40c Baking Powder or money back. 25c lb. F. W. Schmidt, n ' Reliable Druggist. P. O. Block. Pbone Main M. II STATE I Good j Dry Wood I J . ALL KINDS I have good, sound wood which T la delivered at reasonable prices 2 FOR CASH. : W. C. MINNIS Leave Orders at Nemnan's Cigar Store. a THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Bear this In mind when yon need poultry and stock supplies and ask for the International Poultry and Stock Food. Use Kow Kure for your cow trou bles. C.F. Colesworthy 127-129 East Alta St. Agent for Lee's Lice Killer. HIGHWAY GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN WOtTD Bl'UJ) ROADS. Believes Convicts Should Be Employed to Improve the Roads of the State Suggests a Great State Highway From .Portland to San Francisco Governor Will Study Prison Meth ods o...

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. — 28 October 1904

lUILY K&CT OBI WNIAlf. PENDUTrON, OMCQQW, FR1DAT, OCTOBER 2S, 104. PAGE THREE. declined mr Uil N N M h r P r S r r r P r M H M s I ""or jj l or jcjil Clothing Sale " Suits $12.25 poB MEN'S TADjOR-MADE SUITS. f rT, . that we always selL haa been Z .j..h eu-B'""v A k., the regular low figures, tor which thli rar U (HBOUS. $16.00 ,a $18.00 tailor-made Snlts at $12.25. on styiw. well-made garments, come to o See our window display. Suits $ 1 2.25 fender Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUfca THE BEST SMOKE ON THE MARKET -St- Mantdacttfred by A. ROHDE h 'mi u4 no Mi4 'inN tht k Ml Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind yon cannot break. I have a full line of ' Ranges, Beaten, both wood and coal, and In vite yon to call and examine the same before uylng T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man EXQUISITE MILLINERY At BlIMt Complete and Un.tn.llHt tin nt fDahlnnahl n.Ullnam at Hr Hi mr ihown In Pendleton l nn. nn rii.niau . m mtnr I f "Wt rock this season I have ever carried. Mrs. Rose Campbel...

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. — 28 October 1904

:0" niILT KABT OREGONIAK. PENDLETON. OREGOK. rntT OCTOBER 88. 1. PACT FOTJR. 5 ,: i i J : AS INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every Iternoeo tempt Bonaayv at Pendleton. Orcsoo, bj the EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Daily, on rear, by nail tS 00 Dally, all months, by nail 2 50 I ally, three months, by mall 1.2S Dlly, one month, by mall .30 Dally, per month, by carrier .65 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.30 Weakly, alz month, by mall 7F Weekly, four months, by mall...... .50 Semi-Weekly, one year, by malt 1.00 Beml-Weekly, alz months, by mall... 1.00 Bemi-Weekly. three months, by mall.. .50 Member Brrtppe-McRae New Association. The East Oreatonlan m on aale at B. B. Bleb's News Stands at Hotel Portland and Bote! Perkins, Portland, Oregon. Ban Francmro Bureau, 0a renrtb St. Chicago Bureau. 900 Security Bolldlae. nasnuurton, u. t... Hunan, out 1-ttn UL, It. W. Telephone llala 11. Entered at Pendleton pott office as second class matter. I appeal from the spirit of tra...

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. — 28 October 1904

IV1TTV . m "KKWOKIAW. PENDUgTOK. ORgQQN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 104. page rrvm. . .most IT S hi oni y owrt 2 IQ )( ID I. Win ITlr i TO 3BBEU rbor Co er Ill of 4 ed W We wlsM ncy wo prices L so md4 ARB. , PB aDefO t neb ant lbs OP Prof as. sen i Don't Miss the Big Sale ON LADIES', MISSES AND CHILD REN'S COATS, JACKETS AND SKIRTS. SALE CONTINUES CP TO Tl'KSDAY NIGHT. MONEY IN YOUR POCKETS IP YOU ATTEND. ALTERATIONS FREE. Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets V ' CITY BREVITIES (CRsder.. Get Bunny, tnk fruit dally at Marttn'a ll go, Button hau at Roosevelt', til ladles' Gloria shoe at Roose- "SB j Bxlrts 12.00 and up at Mj a very bett In photos to be Rembmndt Studio. fn, inou in art needle work at la cmwn . hi taken let satisfaction at How- W formerly Rees' cigar store. Juuett cook wants a job. Wages btatr month. Addreai P. O. box 14. In children's long coats at Mesa ttariiai and framing pictures. ink twtntecd. Western Art Co., JM Court street 1 rnnd new place. Rembrandt ...

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. — 28 October 1904

lii PAGK BIX. BAILT EAST ORKOONIAX, PH3TDLKTON. ORBGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER H, ! USPRECEDENTED FAME L AGTIQfl HAS LOST THE DAY Tinol tfie New Form of Cod Liver Oil CAUSES A SENSATION" IX MED ICAL CIRCLES. Hot Only to Amerlcaa, But In Europe. "Good news goes fast," said Mr. Brock o the Brock at McComas Co.. yesterday, talking to a reporter about that wonderful Vlnol, concernlnj erhich ao much la heard nowaday. "Why. you know that besides being Balked about In New England, many mt the prominent papers In America are devoting more or less space to tnia wonderful discovery. See here, what do you think of this?" Where- pon Mr. Brock produced an article from the Lancet of London.' England. The Lancet Is the greatest medical smbllcatlon In the world, and any thing appearing In its columns Is con aadered as Indisputable evidence. "Let! sac read this to you." said Mr. Brock. 1 wont bother you with much of It, tmt here Is enough to show you what the great men of the old world think Vlnol." whereu...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 October 1904

-I TRANSPORTATION IJNEB. j HOTELS. iT.inKG THE ilALIHAJNUHS ine THE INLAND EMPIRE swrlAnllt L -id bout the Jap 1 . ..,.r the rmy Uit" re. A Bo.se im hirlv well L-JoVV subject this L .r suing home ex- , very thought only six r tfJT " fm idaho-Th: r : , yelthy looking young " -urtque not over !J or V- Wn.nMked.hyhe l-iathe defense of hi. coun l LZu not. "Idler, that f be trained. n1 "e ' Jl tkrr would examine him I mnl sauna, eou to pay aome L.mrtnd 010 not boiti. eded. H. said all "Zl nidien In thU country who " hH been sent tjdof them would be rare to ' - w native country to fight itkmperor, and to die for him ), tone necessary- In aome of i kt duel be aald there were a L, .t mldiers. but not In Idaho. capital Newa . v n.a Him fwH RnadbML - - yjtt pty hu aome advantage jag t nuln Une of a great Metteental system. A merchant year or two, the tonnage over the Union Pacific main line haa reached the enormoua figure at the present date of sOO.000 to the mile, whllen moat other roads 66....

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. — 28 October 1904

X PAGB EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORSSOOJOA. PEKMaWOV. OREGON, FRIBAY. OCTOBER M. W- 1 i 4 '- Have You Found It? " Sow It gin yoa the satisfao tioa It anffht to? ra Auw Y sake yoa feel like fame to Jail It' coffee we neu. If yonr 4IOffM IS SttM tHA WU liMiba bright and worth Urine in. If X Deo well, 70a Know now yvm eeL Vie make a specialty of est team. "e have bad -fourteen Tears' experience, both whoie eale and matt. We 'blend oar owa coffee. Owl Tea House EXSKTf KTTTV RETURNS. Salvationist Has Beea Holding Bpeciai Meeting in John Day Country. Ensign R. Kuhn. t the Salvation Army, returned to Pendleton today from a "speclallng" toar through the John Day country. The ensign is on his way to Portland where he will meet Colonel Oeorge French, com manding the Pacific province. "I am to accompany the colonel on his tour of the Northwest," said En aim Kuhn. "I was to have continued in my work In the John Day country for several weeks yet. but the colonel has ordered me to cancel all en gagements...

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. — 29 October 1904

li if tl OAlLYEVEIiltlGEDITIOil W BATTIER FORECAST. rENLETON, OI.EGOX, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21), 1904 NO. 3191. rSJtln. economy , a a V I , . l U V I ..nl 11 I U ' 5! 3 ulituruut i EQEB MP ilKine Explosion at Ter Colorado, leaves a lib of Fire and Death. TtKOVER THE DEAD FOR MAW DAYS. '.kaa Ataoh" W. Mn ajJ With Roc, 4 smoke Flame ta die Farther Chambers, 4 Dooladoa RHn Property MB the ftmdo Fuel Iron tmfUt) Wffl Rtacta S50,0O0, and Matte Lost Not Known. ' Knifed, Col,, Oct. It. There I amah so hone for any of 51 men t suae explosion at Terrlco a ijht. There la no possiDiiuy mi bodlet will be recovered for an an. The mine la an absolute ft tod the loi to the Colorado m a Iron Company will reach i Ik alnt choked With rock and 4 and If full of gas, smoke and apparently raging in the far ttokn. Some miners claim there rt tio score of men In the shaft rfci tke accident occurred. B HONOR OF MITCHELL. ftanrhuia Miners Line Up for Labor's Cluuupion. i Bmct City. Pa., Oct. 21. Fifteen Maid mln...

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. — 29 October 1904

v '.X Tan nea. ORKGOXIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. SATTRPAT. OCTOBER t. PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST CI Good Baking Powder Made from purest, wholesome materials, according to the most successful and highly recommended formula known. Is a fine success. Guaranteed as good as any 40c Baking Powder or money back. 25c lb. F. W. Schmidt, Reliable Druggist. P. O. Block. 'Phone Mailt M. Good Dry Wood I ALL KINDS I have good, sound wood which a Is delivered at reasonable prices a FOR CASH. W. C. MINIMIS j Leave Orders at Kenman's Cigar Store. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Bear this In mind when you need poultry and stock supplies and ask for the International Poultry and Stock Food. Use Kow Kure for your cow trou bles. C.F. Colesworthy 127-12 East Alta St. Agent for Lee's Lice Killer. Th CHURCHES M. E. Church, South Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m.. J. E. EarL super intendent. Epwortn League at :J0. led by Miss Thompson. Tou are wel come to all these services. Prayer meeting on Th...

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. — 29 October 1904

MtT EAST OREGQN1AN, PENDLETON. OREGOK, SATURDAY. OCTOBER M, 104 scial Clothing Sale Suits $12.25 BARG AINS FOR MKVS TAILOR-MADE SUITS. I a- .i.thinr that we always selL ku tttn . th rerular low figures, tor whk this 1tMnd I18.M tallor-maoe suits ml . . stylish, well-made garments, come to i usvingn itjll'h. well-made garments. I""'"' " Ur WlndW dlSPUy" Suits $ 1 2.25 u Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES S THE BEST SMOKE ON THE MARKET Manttfactttred fey A. ROHDE Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind roa cannot break. I have a fall line of ' Ranges, Beaten, both wood and coal, and In vite yon to call and examine the same before uying. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man DEFENDS WAflR TRUER CinCM" - - i M I W W 1 1 XQUISITE MILLINERY V. ttkttM .v.. ' -""su, M now on display at my store. I Mock thli season I have ever carried. Mrs. Rose Campbell r member Joe Basler 'H?' enUre Furniture buslaess ,d mwn reduce Ms STOVES, STEEL RANGES, AT COST. here wn.. i- .i. " "rew CI.lffo.H...

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. — 29 October 1904

PASS FOCB- DAILY CAST QBXGOXIAX. PEKIkUTTOK. OWBCKMt. RT1RPAY. OCTOBER 1. - TKaT asgj, AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pabiabes fw; afternoon (except BeadayV at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST OREGOXIAX PUBLISHES G OOMPAXY. 8UBRCRI ITION RATES. Dally, on year, by Mil $S .00 Dally, an months, by mil 2 50 Dally, three Booth, br nil 1.25 Dally, one aosta. by nail .80 Dally, per Booth, by carrier 5 Weekly, on year, by mail 1.50 Weekly, six oath, by Ball 76 Weekly, four month, by Bull -60 semi-Weekly, one year, by mall SOU Seal-Weekly. six Booth, by mail... 1.00 Beat-Weekly, tare month, by aall.. JS0 Scripps-McRM Neva Assectatiaa. The East Oreeonlaa a oa Ml at B. B. Bleb's Neva Bunds at Bote) Portlsad and Botel Perkins. Portland. Oregon. Baa Francisco Bureau. so. Fourth 8t Chicago Bureau, too Security Building. Wsahlagtoa, 0. C Bnresu. 401 14th BU Telephone liala 11. at l'tfodieroo pnstofflce ai class Batter. These things shall be: A loftier race Than e'er the world hath known ahall rise. With ...

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. — 29 October 1904

fagS .five. Weekly Letter HMUIlUIHHUIHHUIIIllIIIIIIIIIIWt UL children From Gotham VULT EAST ORKOQNIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER M. ISM. . Jl!1ffll u at wi Few persona-have any Idea ot th rigorous extreme to which surgeons I carry tha antiseptic Idea nowadays. t t-u f an lliiat rstlnn At mwi I l jnd delicate tlon In one ot th big city boepltato a v. tat anu an an( " . . l rwnor I few oaya aan. dub oi w V. l OCT M W.'.. I ...... . . jju nUcni " . I dlaooverea inn soipewing was neeaea men and women lieartH0 rk- disease. awu" the way. Poor from outside after he haa dlalnfected I hla hands. He atood on one foot and pushed the electric button with the I toe of hla. other ahos rather than take the risk ot picking up bacteria by I touching It with hla finger. . ' Banlah Evil by Thought. A new . cult,' the Circle of Divine I Mlnlatry, la reported to - be gaining I ground rapidly In New Tork. Thlsl t.1 A rirher DfO- aTOuno rapiaiy in new ior. inn u tge the UJVA I cull nnua lis uwo...

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. — 29 October 1904

J .2 I I f ! i I 13 3 3 r i. ? f FABB RX. BAO.Y BAST ORMGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER . AAAAAiAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Just Arrived in Pendleton - rt Two More Car Loads of uUL uner man Lxueciea sv rurnimre iui iauer Zj3 "'; wnriAn GvARAitTfiKonsDwcnw SjjjQ -I si i : i-ui ...iiiiiil,v.;::.j?.', .j. WHILE IX THE EAST THE PAST SUMMER, WE CAREFULLY SELECTED FROM THE LARGEST FACTORIES AND SALESROOMS SUCH FURNITURE AS IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THIS WESTERN COUNTRY AXD CLIMATE.' WE ABE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF OUR EFFORTS THAT WE WANT YOU TO CALL AT OCR LARttK '' Furniture and Carpet Store Mam and Webh" Streets AND INSPECT THE MANY NEW THINGS WE ARE SHOWING, WHETHER YOU WANT TO BUY OR WOT. Couches irGm$3.50fup INCLUDING THE FAMOUS "CARMAN GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION BED LOUNGES, DAVENPORTS AND A PRETTY LUTE OF ODD PARLOR PIECES. . ft "MORRIS CHAIRS.- THE REAL LUXURIOUS, COMFORTABLE BIND, WITH REVERSIBLE CCSH IONS, IX VARIOUS GRADES AND MANY PATTERNS, FROM ISJH UP. "ROCKERS"-...

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. — 29 October 1904

DAILY W ORKtrONXAN, PENDLETON, ORBQOW, SATURDAY, OCTOBEB M. 1004. rAoa Oar .New Building doing "n4" ta Ur MW h0m e"BW hay. a little bit the moet attractive store ta ""l".'i.'nflnrdln " the large, best and freshest stock of groceries i . Wa m a bright, fresh supply of hlfh- 'j(acj. "'"' -mr . , - itore In Pendleton often as treat Induce " V MW. do. or ell as high-grade foods. . STANDARD grocery Company jj get os in oar new home Comer Court and Johnson Streeu. Johnnle-on-the-Spof Delivery ' 0000notOtO000000004 JjHY BRIVITIES U W Billy at sUrtln'a -j id Gloria shoes at Roose- a Stke rr best In photos to be (BMibrmrdt Studio. Mom in art needle work at j,0Baavs, t Hssbrouck'a aan let satisfaction at How AWO Bees' cigar store. .mm cook wants a Job. Wages ipaaith. Addresi P. O. box 14. 5w dlldren. long coats at sat "wkjantw nspkint, with tanc)' kls a Mich. Nolfi book store. and framing pictures, ksaiuteed. Western Art Co., L sni new place. Rembrandt A 111 Cottonwood street, one it tkd amth...

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. — 29 October 1904

PACK EIGHT. DAILY EASTT OBBGOMAS, PENDLETON, ORJEGOK, SATTRDAT. OCTOBER W. 1- SKETCH OF SHAPLESS, UMftTILU SCOUT The following Interesting sketch of the life and career of "Whirlwind. or Charley Shapless, the well known Umatilla Indian, haa been written tor the East Oregontan by EL 8. licCon as, the pioneer newspaper man and mining broker of Union. Mr. Mc Oomas has been a fast friend of Shapless for 48 years and writes from personal knowledge of the facta of history: It was late In the fall of 18SI that I first formed the acquaintance of my old friend. Whirlwind, ex-chief of the Cayuse tribe of Indians now re siding on the Umatilla reservation. The circumstances which lead to life-long acquaintance was some what romantic I had been on an -tenuve search for the "Blue Bucket" diggings in a section of country which I now presume Is embraced in Harney county. Ore. Our little parry of 2i men had received rough treatment at the hands of probably old Wlnnemuc cV band of Bannocks, and as my...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 October 1904

DAILY AOT ORBOOfflAJC, M3TDLBTOA, 0Mt0Mf, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 104. pagk Hunt It a s Irs,' 0G THE EXCHANGES INLAND EMPIRE a,iirst lor Floor. stmeni of f . of the " nT WHICH .TrWipanr to ln- .. "v.iu veiiey ne tt the first on h .u. sou1" wl" hVt S-sTthln.f" O,""'0' j,"' tnfl),ives. A "?io-engage tthe 'S mln""u.re "STfloor. which are to rlTslla Walls Vnion. m .Ussred. Jpwtin. the erection Zto to-de Inn for the . h''"- were r- sftrMcnwhenn.- L Irt term, of the contract inB h rooms wUn ''Z f the addition of ,,, BIT become nT!' . mnwnce t once and .Hashes hy ir 1. when the rig, be tnrown upc . hb for Inn eccommadtlons !elolloi: 1M rooms w , ,l rooms iut :-1 im btth. 14 per day and ; W J! per oar and up. Port- jSTHL . apent two month In the cam pa of Southern Oregon and makes a ape clalty of boosting for that section. He remains two days In Eastern Oregon and hurries back to Portland, hav ing appointed Henry C Nedermark to receive and box samples that may be brought to Sumpter for ahlpmen...

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. — 29 October 1904

rAOB DAILY EAST OREGOX1AX. MSrMJBrOK. ORKGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER . 3 I ; 1 Have Yon Found It? Does It tin you the -irr-tfcm It ought to? er does It wke 70a feci like going to Jail It'a coffee we men. If your coffee la good the world looks bright and worm Hying In. If badwen, 70a know how you feeL We snake a apedalty of eof . tees. We have bad f onrteea rears" experience, both whole sale and retail. We blend oar owa coffees. Owl Tea House COUNTY COURT WELL DO NATE FOB THE PURPOSE. the awampa; If the laws af Oregon were the aame aa those of Idaho; If the white were protected, or did the population consist mostly of half-1 blood. - "A few weeka ago an Eastern Knight Templar dropped into the In- . formation bureau and picking up a ; fan- poster, remarked: Xeaia aaa . Clark. 1 never heard of them before. They must be a pretty wealthy firm to get up such a big- exposition.' A young man In a Chicago audi ence that I was addressing, said "Why, doctor, you have been talking so much about Oreg...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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