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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 4 November 1904

PAGE SEVEN. pa- r-! TRANSPORTATION LIVES. HOTELS. BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES uunNG Trie- UAnArsiuua Hotel St. George PROFESSIONS AND TRADES DAILY EAST ORBQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1W4. OF Tru ilr GEORGE DARVEAP, Proprietor. , wis wuifoiui. Tv. t1U,n ' let by the 1 "t the Utah Construction . the immense lor tw uiniduka to line irom V,u mar. . . line . , hont " Bbove Mllner. some Im Mimdoka, .nd veering from " Twi Falls II- 7 l little over 36 :SC""natVer crossing. ""Lu w're given out by h returned from tw. rauia - tnrtied fro - n,rtt V,"" " . i- i-n night, where no - bandages on LouIh' face. The burns, while painful, are not deep, and VII hauer's beauty, Phoenlx-like, will soon rise again. Sumpter Miner. ... I11 r.r dam I- a""st com: 7that water will e lu'M" canal within the next 1 U ""ln an,, cnna! will , or a1 ween. I)Ud,ilea dur- j could be given prospective boat bulld k arefully settled an i lrriBa- ers regarding the tuture of the road. Mlktnter. No until and t...

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. — 4 November 1904

i :. PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAH, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1M. EIGHT ..,1. .... , ; t- ! 1 I." T"H mi mm ON MONDAY MORNING JUST AT NINE ' DAN McGINTY, DRESSED 80 FINE Walked Into the Owl Tea House and called for a pound of "Our 400 Blend" Coffee. WE WILL QPEN our pone gladly and return your money If It Isn't one of the finest eoffeea yon have tasted; for it Is combined strength, fla vor and body. I I A NEW LINE of French hand-painted China received. We ask yon to compare our priors with others'. Our stock Is larger and more complete than ever before. Having purchased loner, we are offering better values. Come In and are our line, even If you do not buy. We are always pleased to have our China admired. A chance on the large doll In our window with every 60c purchase of crockery, glassware, etc OWL TEA HOUSE hi ii in nj FIRE COMPANY NOMINATES. Hose Company No. 4, of the West End, First to Name Candidates for the Coming Election. Hose company No. 4, of the west end of t...

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. — 5 November 1904

MtlWVZ:: I , 1 Q ft ilX o -a? iwrui-. blblllllUbUIIIUIl WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Sunday, probably fair. PENDLETON, OHEOOX, SATU11DAY, NOVEMHKH 5. 1004 NO. 5197. W17- 1 ' is I IN I COLLISIONS Incidents Were Caused a Dense Fog Around flfls Angeles. 510 THIRTY-FTVE jjj roRTT. WERE INJURED . . vwims Were Badly 1 Hd Stopped on Sched- 'tMlCxr Following Crashed m h-Om Motorman Stuck to ;s PW tad Was Severely ln-'jgrf-Only Three Passengers Ea the Same Place and In ! Ocean another Rear End "ulnrelee, Not. B. Two big u Lu an en route from Los An ita It Lout Beach crashed together 1 1 rar end collision near Comp l i4m tef being the cause, lira IS and i people were ln N u4 veral are In a serlouz kioee. Ilk Int car Hopped ear Comp i a let oft paaiengera. The see ior, coming at fast speed crashed ti M rear end. The force of the wd in to great that both ki m ihoved lit feet along the ilk motorman of the first car tried Inapt 6y turning on the power 4 nmlnf away. When toe found tnoslble he Jum...

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. — 5 November 1904

r 1 i ORKGONIAH. PENDLETON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, I- PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST 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 Main 86. GEVEKAL NEWS. The entire number of men In the Tercio, Colo., coul mine, which ex ploded October 28. was 18, and all are now known to be dead. Elmer Erlckson. captain of the Btoughton, Wis., high school foot ball team. Is dead from concussion of the brain received during a game. At Conewago. Pa., Alfred Ander son and John Bran n on quarreled and ran for their guns. ' Each fired four shots at the other and both were killed. The wig-wag of South American politics is working overtime. The fifth cabinet during the year ltMM has just assumed the reins of gov ernment at Santiago, Chill. A colored woman, Elizabeth Large, Is dead at Brunswick, Ga...

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. — 5 November 1904

.TTTd. hi. ' t Pill ITIP1I CITIIKTin Rl nil rirnTinii rur Special oaittiii yvcck 1 1 uliiiuhl uiiuHiiuii um tLtullurmt ;;n.T ast ouegom, wwtuww. PRMnv Saturday, November rJ everr department ams wonderful bargains to offer yon. PRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT .1.. ,otorial vou want I me "-- a. hive We can save h to help pay for the .aim- Note our prices: lU , nluei In new, man...... dr,o.d. 50oyd H nluw, d" od" 750 y1 nj-"0 $1.00 yd lH nlun oods '25 yd p im " 00d ,M ,d .H talis dreM 00dl' '-75 yd tt nlsw drew good. $2.00 yd HHnlee.-"1 ood ,2 M ,d SILK AT REDUCED PRICES 50c China silks, all colors.. . 88c yd 1 tc taieia siik, ail colors . . 60c yd 85c taffeta silk, all colors . . eSe yd $1.00 crepe e chines, all col- on ' 80c yd $1.25 fancy salt silks .... t8c yd Money Saving Prices on La dies' and Children's Shoes A trial will convince you. We don't try to see how much get for eur shoes. Our idea, to to see how good a shoe we can give you for the least money. All $1.50 shoes in thla au 1 All ...

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. — 5 November 1904

i i PAGE FOUR. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATt RDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1004. TEN PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published erery afternoon excpt Suuday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the EAST OREGON! AX PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION' RATES. Pally, one year, by mall ffi.00 Dally, six moot ha, by mall 2.50 Itally, three months, by mall 1.25 Dally, one month, by mall 00 Weekly, one year, by mull l.."0 Weekly, stx moutlu, by mail 75 Weekly, four months, by mall .... .50 Beml-Weekly, one year, by mall S.iHt 8eml -Weekly, alx mouths, by mall... 1.00 Bemi-Weekly, three months, by mull.. .50 Member Scrlpps Mcltae News Association. The East Oreftonion Is on sale at 11. B Blob's News Htantto at llotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Portland, Oregon. Han Kranrlsrn llurrau, 408 Fourth St. Chicago Ilureau. !HHi Security Itulhllujr. Washington, U C, ltureau, 301 14 lb St., N. W. Telephone Muln 11. Entered at Peiulletnn ptwto'flce aa aecond- class matter. CUNION,jwlLABEL There are only myself ...

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. — 5 November 1904

n mt omooxiaw. i.Kiroi.roif. oiwooit. .TtnjAT, kotomtier . 04. 9ao m& f t T IT CROWNS THE FEAST Ml "" . 1 en as mm ' .ml W ' I' C.nat Count) fS ward given to .T-.mP."'"' "T7c.yu station, at Pendleton one ' Abound train, was ' roR work: l ked to be allowed -Jtrnlmover the Blue Kned to get to Znm could, where puwr" on freight 1 mountain, wan not Z at that time, and S lh man on his engine. n.tripw needed to m from the back end of lM u became R aroe !,, ol (he mountain, and flmn.ii beme ,lred "" , pd between Pendleton , m not a regular tie , mi an intelligent and afcrman, who had been rtud wpltal tor some time jkto released, dead broke , forking his way back to j, from which point he natoOranl county nci: kd lome mining claims, muted to be rich. ilOtlon lut his mines and ts remember him for hit tut every man who wn ri fireman told some fllmi tj lk itnry, and promised x diure remuneration, when nil become rich. toe train reached La Grande ; a'clock In the morning. Oulon a wily found ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 5 November 1904

-ft- FAGS BIX. DAILY EAST ORE GO MAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 104. t AAAAAAAYTVTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTVVAAA AAA a a a a a a A a a a aa a a a a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA a a a A A A AAA AAA AAAAAAss iA4AAA'm, 5? Just Arrived in Pendleton But Later than Expected lira- r.z$Q!mS Two More Gar Loads ol Furniture for Rader WHILE IN" THE EAST THE PAST SUMMER. WE CAREFULLY SELECTED FROM THE LARGEST FAC TORIES AXI SALESROOMS SUCH FURNITURE AS IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THIS WESTERN COUN TRY AND CLIMATE. WE ARE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OI' OUR EFFORTS THAT WE WANT YOU TO CALL AT OUR LARGE :.v... Furniture and Carpet Store Main and Webb Streets AND IXSPHtT THE MANY NEW THINGS WE ARE SHOWING, WHETHER YOU WANT TO BUY OH NOT. Couches from $5.50 up INCLUDING THE FAMOUS "CARMAN GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION" BED LOUNGES, DAVENPORTS AND A PRETTY LINE OF ODD PARLOR PIECES. "MORRIS CHAIRS," THE REAL LUXURIOUS, COMFORTABLE KIND. WITH REVERSIBLE CUSH IONS. IN VARIOUS GRADES AND MANY PATTERNS, FROM ...

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. — 5 November 1904

OAU.lt auAST ORE4JOMAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .WtM. , . PA43K SEVEN. ol Prompt Delivery niir customers and cm tor oar ivtter serve !, we have fished 0r Own Delivery ngons and homes mid are not dependent fl mrt o" own 0ur npw wagons will noon arrive, Imt In levari . 0 orecUte 0Ur ouslomcrs' patronage, and are In a" PP to serve them. Highest class of goods at STANDARD Wry Company Conor Court snrt Johnson Streets. johimy-oB-the-Spot-Deltvery. PERSONAL MENTION BREVITIES hniu. t sunn. Lp shb the smoking jacaeis pBUdHUlMlhOOSat HOOSe- ilHren'i long oaU at ,ar special at Sullivan & r. lie a wit La.rr belt In photos to be ft jmbrandt Studio. a, fold watch to be given I, KiliTtn Bond. In art needlework at (MSB's, at Htsbrouck's. Ln pt lauatacUon at How- hwrly Reer cigar atore. L George restuarant, open Hi night. Mrs. Cooper, propri- i vni new place. Rembrandt k III Cottonwood atreet, one- ttltckiouUi ol Court. mi bargain. A six-room bouse at lot. HOC. Terms J25 per U IT. ...

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. — 5 November 1904

'a! PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORKGON1AK, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER &, t04. TYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTiTTT..T,TTT """4AAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAA4AAAA4AAAi AAtttAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAiiAtAAAAAAAAilf A 1 1 1 -il 4 ' 1 J v Bswy ipp Mil mwm Si i . j :3 4 3) i", i r " i 2 n E2 j' s 2 The sovereign people of Eastern Oregon have replied to the persecutors of Paul Strain BY FLOCKING TO THE HUB. Corner Court and Johnson StiW ILlIr tbAm ? "mUy' fo""y nd U'l W"t The crowd rr getUng bigger as tlie people hilly begin to reaUse Uie enormity of the outrage perpetrated on an American cltiaen by the rw.., t parading la front of this More, finally ending up by rotten eggs being thrown at erk' tui PAUL STRAIN, Oregon's Greatest Clothing Merchant A ...1 I i . - . . ..... J JUMice ana ratr flay. On Saturday an old gentleman who crowed the plains In the fifties, cunie to Uie Hub with his grandaon and told his boy that h . . . I cn ana neinea dum mm tMii fn tiiiu inm.a v&'.u. . ...i ,., . .......

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. — 5 November 1904

DAILY AST OREGQXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER o. ItM. PAGE HDnS. lis (Motherhood MOTHERHOOD in die reward nature liestows upon healthy womanhood. Women whose vitality has been sapped l.r iliwase cannot sately Rive Dirtn to chil dren. In prea-nancy and in childbirth i weak- if the mother is revealed in the pain and eoT8lie",ffer- , This ffreat medicine drives out every ves tiffe of inflannuation and weakness, and gives tone and strength to the delicate or miim which mature the child. The pains of , L....i i... u ;. li.,.ln; ...a reonsncy are iianisu u, ... . . - SSapa. which many fond mother hone.. T. ..-i Klwidins?. which so often occurs after . "LJjT ,-ben 'ine of Cardui is used during pregnancy, "jftudui bal-ies are healthy babies, because, during the j itrengtb. nriented to American woniim no expectant Vila the hf, P"rn.?l Lli..fr.n,.t that Winef(W..i wTha -should be able to treat herself in her home rrdiii can I Polvcarp. N. C, Jan. 11, 1902. , nnnther of seven chil...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 5 November 1904

PAGE TEX. DAILY EAST OREGOJOAX, rEKBLETOX, OREGON. SATlTtnAY. NOVEMBER a, ON MONDAY MORNING JTJST AT NINE BAN McGINTY, DRESSED SO FI"E Walked Into the Owl Tea Home and called far a poand of "Our 400 Blend" Coffee. WE WILL OPEN oar pane gladly and return Toor money If It Isn't one of the finest coffees yoa nave tasted; for It is combined strength, fla or and bony. A NEW LINE of French hand-painted China We ask yoa to compare oar prices with others'. Oar stock Is larger and more complete than ciei before. Bavins; purchased lower, we are offering better rallies. i I SOCIETY Jg EVENTS j The Sans Soucl club was delight- Mary Dlssosway on Water street, fully entertained this week an Mon-' and Mr. Thomas Warner and lam day evening at the home of Mrs. 1 lly will take up their residence In . Thomas Ayers. It being Hallowe'en the house vacated by Mr. Thompson. ; Mrs. Avers bad a surorise for heri in and see oar line. even If yoa do not bay. We are always pleased to have our China admired. Ser...

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. — 7 November 1904

WEATHEli FORECAST. : t ' m the sise " iAoregonlan probably r - iMMiMHMHk. as snnannv m m m m - v fas. m sum m m i m v ynsn. a m a XUlil I 1 1 .W in. n -.11 ;J " ' - fn ' j 1 'SS1SSSS lETON, OKEOOS, MONDAY, NOVEMKEK 7, 1JK)4 NO. 5198. jTIT.nr I ? A!? .nerr1 if :ll llim lin llin nrinu rnn I preparing von war. I nunni i ii n n n i n -10! B PAN nrRlll hi K - is- - -HUunhna HULU rni i ii i PTmimn m iciici. tiiiiiaiii iiirt, i i lit lis ma ne w - sassi saw nr saaar nv n a m 'Jl . ... firnninil ! IN .MiiBtesssSSsS Ht HA Lt U HAL LU b j Adjourn This Evening yd Wednesday Because I gfihe Election. j dcccw l oon ! te :ReP- ul AMI " U GW the Doom Th-himb Tluui Usually (MibnhtaK Water Rights Mtwpnmt eourt convened In ajawto the Kovtmber term this .m Chief Jottlce Frank E. IM b presiding with associates (Mi S. TFolmrum and Robert B. a x teodsoe. The cases lor natal will require .lour days lor spal There will be no session to wn m aocount .of the general J At xnom the supreme court sb Mnf held in ...

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. — 7 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREGON! AX, PENDLETON, OREGON. MOXPAT. NOVEMBER 7. ItM- r X HERE ARE A FEW i New ! Candies j Just Received. Fine Fresh i Stock. Prices from 20 j to 33c a Pound 2 COCOA ICES. BANANA CARAMELS. CHOCOLATE JELLT BAILS. 1 FROSTED LICORICE CARA- . MELS. CHOCOLATE HIPPED TAFFY LEMON COCOA BARS. f ASSORTED HOXET STICKS. BITTER ROLLS. 2 HCTTEK BALLS. J COCOANTT CARAMELS. Frederick Nolfl &Co. ScIhmiI Hooks und School SUI- 7 plies. X GENERAL NEWS. It Is stated that there Is not now a case of yellow fever In all Cuba. It Is now said that the pope's recent ailment was gout pure and simple. Henry Dexter has given i?00.000 to the New York State Historical Soci ety for buildings. Two boys under 12 years of age. set fire to five houses in one day, at Fall River, Mass., "just to see the de partments turn out." Two soldiers from Fort Ethan Al len, Vermont, are accused by a farm er of holding him up and robbing him of 30. They are under arrest. Four robbers blew the postoffice safe at Chi...

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. — 7 November 1904

AtLT EAST ORstTjQXtAS, rEXPUCTO. ORUSGOIf, MONDAY. NOVEMBER T, 104. FAGES- Iran PAGE THR! i MOD- ,u ui tee it lUuil- I loin sort OS. . 1M1. er lied W I Wet! a, and ua , IABB. ER, PB tn. ' a laws - . Snecial Bargain Week 1 jwarunent has wolKlrTTul bargains to after you. nit r "" - CRISS GOODS j DEPARTMENT ,h to help pay 'h Nots our prices: .e. in new. mannish ef- -j. . 50c yd w are-food . goods 75c yd tl H en"- Lr.dr-!od.i.oyd . As . trA Ujinlaa. are- gooo. ' UK nluet, gunlm. dress good. 1W 1 dress oods 175 ya dress rood" $2 00 yd drasi food $20 Td SILK AT REDUCED PRICES 60o China silks, all colors . . Mc yd 76c tafeta silk, all colon . . Mc yd 85c taffeta silk, all colors . . S5c yd $1.00 crepe de chines, all col- ors 80c yd $1.25 fancy suit silks .... Mc yd Money Saving Prices on La dies' and Children's Shoes A trial will convive, yon. We don't try to see how much we can get for our shoes. Our Idea Is to see how good a shoe we can give you for the least money. All $1.60 shoes In th...

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. — 7 November 1904

ASGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX. PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7, "4- PAGK FOUR. -H foist (fetyyy AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. VMlabcd every afternoon xrpt Rundaj) at Pendtoton, Oregon, by the AST OREGOMAX PL BUSHING COMPANY. RUSSIAN ROTTEVXESS. Time and association reveal more . , clearly the inner rottenness of Rus sia. As Americans familiar with that j government and Its rulers, find cour-: age to give their testimony to the j world, darker and darker becomes ; the proiect for a firm and civilised j path of the shopper. If the informa- i tlon they contain was not valuable. It would not be so persistently set be fore you. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Bally, one yar, by ml Hail, six month, bv mall taiky, three mootba. by mall H&ily.cme month, by malt Wickly, one year, by malt Wflkly, six uoniba. by mail Hfcly. ftmr month, by mall taml-Weekly, one year, by mall.... -Weekly, mix months, by mall.. ami-Weekly, three months, by mail. THE SOLDIERS O FTHE CZAR. It is a relief to turn from...

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. — 7 November 1904

DAILY EAST ORKGOXIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAT, NOVEMBER T, 104. PAGB Fim 5S- I fid $3.50 Shoe 4't fit, Material ' . L.nchiD to 1 f Of""" ,5.00 Shoe Made rUS SHOW YOU (fed. Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Comer Main and AlU Streets Sybuvities ,r BXltr. Getsuiw ' fcwihitJ. Roosertu.. ' SettontatiitKooaevelfi. wn the smoking JacketsT ud Huah shoes at Roose- ! ddldrenl lone eoata at iisnVi i j. tkt mry ta PnotM t0 jjuSanbtindt Studio. imodi In art needlework at o'a at Hasbrouck's. j pin et ntlitoctlon at How 1 hmlr K"" clir ltore f jrl ale on street hats at Mrs. Lwm IS per cent discount. i JL Gtorr restuarant, open V d nicht. Mrs Cooper, propri- Grsad sew place. Rembrandt ;!l Cottonwood street, one nSMoct nuth of Court, j land btrfain. A six-room house M lot- tlOO. Terms 126 per sail. I. T. Wade k Bon. jnr ae One-half section wheat III ifcnt ill miles from Helix. In stt Cbtrlei Betts. Helix. Ore. j fates-A itronr boy of good acur between U and 17 years. t sganesi house; no cigarette fesl te...

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. — 7 November 1904

v - i - 1 VACB SO. DAILY HAST OKKOOXIAK. FKNDLETOK, OBMOX, MONDAY. NOVEMBER T. KIGBT I , v ' : f 1 : ' ' f . ' i ' I re" LL'il In July, 1883, I benn to break oat with Bcsema on my bead, kg and mm, and began treatment with local doctors, bat did not ret mnch relief. Tbey laid the dav ate had become chronic. I then quit them ad triad varices ointments and soap for aether two Tear, bat as soon a cold weather cam I was as bad off arm, so I anally decided to let medicine alone, and for twelve or thirteen years did nothing toward curing the Eczema, except bath ing. This seemed to do about as much food as anvthing I had tned. Daring the time I lost about one-half of 7 hair. I began S.S.S. doubtful of a cure, became the disease had ran so long, bat aooa discovered your medicine was doing me good, and continned to take it. I aaed seven bottles, when I was com pletely cured, not having a single spot on my body, which before was slmoat com pletely covered. F. C Noaroix. 1017 Hack berry St., Ot...

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. — 7 November 1904

DAILY EAST ORBGOXIAN, PENPLKTO.N, QRWjQQN, MONDAY. NOVEMBER . 104. PAGE SEVEN. -Tthe exchanges wJv TMT AND EMPIRE OF I JJr.-. i .n SpoKan. New Tork tene- Tenner ""al that time, and a 5n t.Mr. BUI Wn " . " W the tote euwerteJ by '"Twi the Slum." and lor EM Valley. incorporation were filed Ju. County Clerk A B. itorpomUne the Eagle val- i .(Mil eompwij. - -- - zL; W. L Vinson, John producing big ylelda of wheat, and Mill ia not under the proper atate of cultivation. Heppner Gazette. Tovrnidte Change Hands. An important deal waa closed last Friday, when W. Lord, of The Dalles, became the owner of a one-half In terest in the Condon townslte, for merly owned by J. E. Lancaster. The deal also Included Mr. Lancaster's Interest in the Taylor tract, which adjoins the townslte on the north and west, which waa purchased by Messrs. Lard. Hurlburt and Lancas ter some two years ago. The deal ag gregates something; 'over $12,000. Condon Globe. I Arid Land Produces Wheat. I ViKin the east side of B...

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. — 7 November 1904

1 i C.w PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGON1AN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1. I- EIGHT v.-- HIIIIII.M ON MONDAY MORNING nst AT NINE DAN MoGINTY, DRESSED SO v ms Walked Into the Owl Tea Home and called lor a pound of "Our 400 Blend" Coffee. WE WILL OPEN or pone gladly and Man yoar money If It lent one of the fines coffees yon have tasted; for tt la eome4t5 strength, Ha- A chance on the large doll a pnrchase of crockery, glassware, OWL TEA HOUSE MHtUI GOVERNMENT REDUCES i NUMBER FOR PORTLAND. Appropriation was Inadequate to Complete Five Buildings Through out, so the Number la Reduced to Four Without Interfering With the General Plan of the Government . Exhibit Will Be no Philippine Ex hibit at Lewis and Clark Fair. Jl Washington special to the Port land Oregonlan says. In regard to the government buildings at the Lewis and Clark fair: It has been determined that the government will erect only four build ings at the Lewis and Clark fair in stead of five, as originally planned. It w...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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