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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 November 1904

1 II ,iWN fry . Nailyevehingedition" I J Wiiissajfsaa'e "J""-1 .mI" JF f ! To,1,Kht alld Wednesday fair; j jiMi PKNDLETOX, OltEf.OX, TUESDAY, NOV KM llKlt 8. 1S04 NO. 519!). - - ' PiPTllllf 0 MdTaS B,UK)KS r.RKKK. I .1 Hill I W"" f 5GQMB HILL w Art Slowly Gaining the pendancy at All Points Around Port Arthur. nxDftWA ' rrt Artluir-Can-Jliw Ret'" nemunwl 7uakAM nd the Battle Is L. Begin a Any Hour vZl u Knt let Abandoned Port Arthur Ini Owrturea IMm Uy to Kus m goklUni. ... vnv ft Advices from CMC r tk.it Ihu .lunilllPRe iNBArtnaruu" laMrf,, made a desperate attempt I, spun -the Russian entrench La about Llao Tishan. After an Lr1! bombardment the Infantry ij i -nrntedlv. but were mowed Li kr heavy Ruaslan re. Finnl- !t tk Japanese ananaonea uit u. int after nuttalnlng heavy losses. . . .- nntmtullllv MfHV- Itimlorcemeiii c t ----- K from Dalny and hurried to the SUM liae. Cnw Escaped, dmirhal, Nov. 8. The officers ut new of the Ruwiluii torpedo at destroyer Reyahltelnl have ar- mri h...

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. — 8 November 1904

EAST OREGOXIAX. PENDLETON. OREGOS. TVESDAT, NOVEMBER a. " EIG HERE ARE A FEW New : Candies m REGULATIONS! t I '. BY-LAWS OF BOYS" MIM- TARY BRASS IIAVD. W. D. Fletcher, Organiser and Band- , , . J nmiT of tlie New Musical Organ- Just Received. Fine Fresh X luI,,Ht. Formulate Rigid r..i. for iiw mauancr 01 lite Mentnero Moral Conduct of llie Hoys Close ly Guarded aixl All Mrmlters Must lie I nder (lie Eye or Hie BaiHlnias-ler. Stock. Prices from 20 to 33c a Pound COCOA ICES. X BAXAXA CARAMELS. X CHOCOLATE JELLY BARS. mosrro licorice cara- MELS. I CHOCOLATE DIPPED TAFFY X LEMOX COCOA BARS. T J ASSORTED HOXEY STICKS. BETTER ROLLS. 2 KrTTER BALLS. J COCOXlT CAUAMEI-S. Frederick Nolff & Co. ! 7 School Rooks and Sctiiiol Sup- piles. J GENERAL SEWS. There were S&S business failures In ........ ""s c r'"!' ivn vy a two-iniras majc compared with 108S during October vole of the members of the band f 190J. 1 The secretary and ir.ur . Dr. X. M. Smith, of Washington, Kul, and S. H. Bonar...

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. — 8 November 1904

V "Tl.T EAST UHtGOMAX, PENDLETON. OREGON. Tl ESDAY. JS. NOVEMBER 8. INI. PAGK THREE 1 jdal Bargain Week department " wnndcrfnl IwnlM to offer yoa. illSSUEQF SOCIALISM ftESS GOODS DEPARTMENT ,,w.h''rilyou T8nt nrlret: rt. Now - in new. mnni ef- . ,nod 75c yd .oca. ...oo i- -nod. ii.ts yd , ,d. $2.00 yd SILK AT REDUCED PRICES : 60c China silks, all color . . Mc yd ' 75c tafeta silk, all colon . . Mc yd I 8F.C taffeta silk, all colors . . 5c yd $1.00 crepe de chines, all col ors 80c yd $1.16 fancy salt sllka .... 8c yd Money Savins Prices on La dies and Children's Shoes A trial will convince you. 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 this sale $1.15 All $2.00 shoes in this sale $1.40 All $2.60 shoes In this sale $1.85 All $3.00 shoea In this sale $2.35 Sorosts shoes for ladies .... $3.50 o, cent reduction on allcMldiwn1 and mioses' shoes. Alexander Dept. Store THE 0IVERS OF BEST ...

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. — 8 November 1904

page porn. DMLI EAST OREGOM.W, PEXBLETOX. OREGON. TVESPAT. XOVEMBER 8, 104. i ! on merchant who do not make one-! of the aoul, of the divinity and of heaven and hell. He vomited frrh irlttii unit nmntif ntR like an Hems, uui wno are lorcea to aeii j lialf mich profits on their lliveflt- of AAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAt AiAiAiAAili 4 A A A A A A A AAA A AX INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. hiRh ,n order I thus thro wine Published ererr afternoon fexrept ftonday) at IVndietoa. Oregon, by the EAST OREGOM.W prmjsmvc COMPANY. BCItSCUIPTION BATES. me yr. by mall $300 Lwilj, iti muutbs. by mall .i.50 toily, three months, by mail 1.25 IfeUy.one monib. by mail 50 Weekly, one year, by mail Weekly, ix aiHiiti. by mail 75 Weekly, four months, by mall 50 Semi Weekly, one year, by mall S.imi Konil Weekly, six months, by mall... l.u feeaii-Weekly, ihree muntba. by mall.. .50 to meet high rents. 1 tnus tnrowitiK the burden at last. . upon the poor devil who runs a pro ! eery bill and supports a family. The j sa...

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. — 8 November 1904

DAILY EAST OHEWMAX, PEXPLETOTT. OREGON. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 190. PAGE nVTL jmpt Delivery arrvc onr customer and car for our m better 1e' we '" estaMI,hed our Own Delivery nil horaeft and are not dependent e ' Our now wagons will soon arrive, but In v wnd ST"0" lr,gs- , onr neiv store our trade has Increased lm- "T appreciate our customer' patronage, and are In " " "ttinn f f ,l,cm- H'S"68 claao o' goods at Iff wittto& STANDARD Grocery Company Comer Court and Johnson Streets. PERSONAL MENTION jobnny-on-the-Spot-Dellvery. CITY BREVITIES r Bider. Otl sunny. w Knox hats, Roosevelt's. Lnroa ure "" - .mi Hanan shoes at Koose- children's lone coats at fccai Laa'i dar st Sullivan ft uona s atirHr. ,jy ue try best In photos to be it Bcmbrtndt stuaio. maoai In art needlework at OrSon'i. at Hasbrouck s. laton pt satisfaction at How- ! formerly Bees' cigar store. tjoil die on street hats at Mrs. fMl'i, IS per cent, discount. fu St George restuarant, open ud night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl a kin...

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. — 8 November 1904

PACK SIX. DAILY AST OKEGOMAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, TTESDAY. NOYEMRER 8, 190. RECALL OFFICIALS liflE(I)0f r V I Mrs. Andersnr i, a prominent society l '.tw: Mrs. Anderson woman of Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of iiecoraer 01 Ueeds, West, who witnessed her signature to the following letter, praises Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Ma Pdtkham : There are but few wives and mothers who fcve not at times endured agonies and such pain as only women know. I wish such women knew the value of Lydia E. PinVhim's Vegetable Compound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in action from any I ever knew and thoroughly reliable.' wSyLJS 8e?n caaea There. w,omen doctored for years without perma Vhfflh CT? m less than three months after taking yow impound, while others who were chronic and incurable wto th 2SfcEP?'f,d m V1 "Ith thorough treatment Wfit Hi?' 1 ha7e never tt mTself without gaining great thfpnHfT6ereStoreJ8-myltrenKth 811(1 aPPetite, Indtones up fciwtoByBte5lW ffieleine has been trie...

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. — 8 November 1904

DAILY EAST ORBGOXIAN. PENDLETO.. OREGON. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1004. PAGE SEVEN. THE EXCHANGES INLAND EMPIRE -ll" J Incl- . ,. -.hoervntion .-f nw i-"- . . a Cf frustrates ,hd '"tJft-1 InI", to .'.UMtlOB ver tow . wheeler ,.. . TlnHeS from Tnc rebuilt. Whether, this will be on the site of the old one, or in Boise, he was not prepared to say. Boise Cap ital News. I inert. I Z Mr. Chance came I from him learned ". .,.. Mo. To reacn I i. home he made t,,lB?2iSt1 mile. S. ult n Tlnton r" t thereby save" Pmrter Miner. 'Iw'a Bol,,e t0 mWl irrigation eon- iU, will hold a meet 5 TL f Hawley. Puckett evening to talk over , th year .-.in. the next meet- . w thoul i'Zl tn Boise. Tli ?"L tre: J. B. Hawley and money by Sheep Firm Quits. A deal wag consummated Inst week resulting In the transfer of about 6, 700 head of sheep belonging to the well known firm of Allen & Lafallett, James Vestal of Big Timber, Mont., being the purchaser. This sale of sheep leaves the firm of Allen Lafallett with a...

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. — 8 November 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOMAX. PENDLETON. OREGON, Tl ESDAY. NOVEMBER , ' i ' vm Mothers Vho appreciate a fine, fragrant coffee, one tluit is as smooth as oil. Want to try "Ont 400 BLEND" eof. fee. We blended tlibi eofree eoclally for aroina and strength. You wish your hus bands and Sons to know you can brew a nip tluu cheers, hut not inebriates. MlllllUW Now is Your Chance to view the most handsome as sortment of China ever placed on sale In Pendleton. We lutve changed the Interior of our new store ao that the crockery and glassware occu pies tlie entire front. Our Sc. ltlc, 13c and 25c bargain goods are on tlie balcony. Ask to see thorn. .More about Until later. I FULL VOTE (Continued from page 1.) a very heavy vote Is being polled early. In most places the voters are still standing1 111 line at 10 o'clock. In Indianapolis the early vote la un precedented large. ' in in Indicate a record-breaking ! vote. The prediction Is the vote will , j exceed that of four years ago by 20,-j j...

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. — 9 November 1904

DAILY EVENIKBEDITIQH 'sS1.Tnt that the r yo hv. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Thursday (air. PENDLETON, OKEGON, WEDNESDAY, .NOVEMBER 9, 11104 '(). 52(H). ! J I I J ii y ' I 7 1 . ... - - f IITIDN IS km lost f Hopelessly Defeated in (rfjftheuunnes of the State. fOR ROOSEVELT ft 88,000 rLCRAUT,. L UKM l"te U,e Ore rM M Oownor of Waslaing instills Comur Pre 7 for ProhlWtkm, Bat itn CbeW Me"pe 18 iejttoot Eight BaoaM Ma lllrJI County Is MeaUly .far 'nte In 17 precinct out of irsulls. county tot president aad L ssHent: Roosevelt .and Falr ua Kit; Pfker " Davis, 77; mKlir for republican candidates k dmocratlc, 142. "arete in II precincts out of 86 il'Mllllt county on the question of jilWtton: For prohibition, 1868; iiat prohibition, 248; majority pat prohibition, 828. fhtdncu In Umatilla county that t! R "dry" si a result of the elec i: rmmter, Mlltse., Meacham, roapoent, South Athena and Kauoaal Ticket Ripibllcan electors, according 10 (am trim 17 of the 36 precincts I UmUll county, were...

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. — 9 November 1904

EAST OREGON! AJf, PENDLETOK. OREGON, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1. 1904. PAGE TWO. DAILY 2 HERE ARE A FEW New Candies Just Received. Fine Fresh Stock. Prices from 20 to 33c a Pound COCOA ICES. BANANA CARAMELS. CHOCOLATE JELLY BARS. FROSTED LICORICE CARA MELS. CHOCOLATE DIPPED TAFFY LEMON COCOA BARS. ASSORTED HONEY STICKS. BUTTER ROLLS. BLTTER BALLS. COCOANIT CARAMELS. Frederick Nolf &Co. School Books and School Supplies. GENERAL NEWS. The pope haa recovered aufflclent lr to be able to hold business meet wigs each day. General Jesse Flnlay, one of the stat surviving brigadiers of the Con federacy, is dead at Lake City, Flu., aged 92 years. Careful analysts of the air In the sew subway of New York, shows that II lacks oxygen in every division, and Hie people are beginning to roar. The American evangelists, Starry and Alexander, have opened a revi val in Liverpool, England, in a build ing especially erected, which will hold Xt,t00 people. - The voting registration In Idaho this fall was ln...

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. — 9 November 1904

fags ninr " A PITHY STATEMENT "Tn Waol" ... . HcComas Company Give an Apt Illus W' . . .nndertnl bargains to otTer yc . w.. .ndertnl bargain to mrer yon. ronem its significance n.s tration. SILK GHADUALLLY CHANGED. AtLT EAST OREOOMAS, PEXBLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER . le4. y W .sr pries r.' si flea I nod good J"1 Am at.TS yd twos W M Td 01 - AT REDUCED PRICES 60c China alike, all colors . . JSC yd ;Bc tafeta silk, all colors . . Oc yd S5c taffeta silk, all colors . . e yd $1 00 crepe de chlnea. all col ors c yd J1.26 fancy suit silks .... c yd Money Saving Prices on La dies' and Children Shoes A trial will convtooe you. 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 mony. am 11. CO shoes tn this sale $1.15 All 2.00 shoes n this sale f.1.4.0 I All $2-60 shoes tn this sale $1.85 X All $S.OO shoes tn tms sale sajis Sorosls shoes (or ladles .... $3.50 reduction all children's an imlsees shoos. n ftoander Dept...

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. — 9 November 1904

PAGE FOUR. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDXESPAT NOVEMBER t, IWM. -1 such a sfand with him. stood out prominent and beautiful, like white monuments rising above the world. The example will help those wh aay that business prevents thenv from AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING COMPAXT. MAKE TIIE LAW RIGHT. Thut was an awful scare over pro hibition In Umatilla county, and It BUUSCBIPTION RATES. Ial)y, one year, by malt iMlljr. six months, by mall Itall.v, turee munibs, by mail.... Ia!ly.one month, by mail WeeklV. nn. iHr h mail Weekly, m atonths. by mail 75 a way they never felt before, the weekly, four months, by mail 50 . . .. Beml Weekly, one year, by mall B no power of tne PP'e- Z!"Sf2!!r' moatb b 1V It was a close shave and will be Beml-Weekly. three month, by malt.. .50 iiru ui placing tne nquur uuB- .. 0.00 ' '. j 25 I served a good purpose, because It .. .50 ! made the violators of the law feel In Th. ft .. - . . .n i.iiiiau , uu mftr m I It. it lt...

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. — 9 November 1904

0GBT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREO)MAS, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER , 1M4. PAGE FIVE. Sil Kid $3.50 Shoe FOR WOMEN kpial in Fit, Material cd Workmanship to wy $5.00 Shoe Made UTUS SHOW YOU Kachpalr fully guaranteed. D Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES utai E,Prop.! on ley's Chocs- -Sons. Molastt Bonbgstt Us.) U. C Rader. Get sunny. Hew Knox hats, Roosevelt's. Bin yoa wen the smoking jackets? Douflu and Hanan shoes at Roose lelt'i New children's long coat at TntKh'i. Flreman'i day at Sullivan ft Bond's ml Saturday. Only the very best in photos to be W at Rembrandt Studio. Fret lessons In art needlework at In Carlson's, at Hasbrouck's. Smokers get satisfaction at How srd's, formerly Rees' cigar store. Special sale on street hats at Mrs. bmplxirs, it per cent discount. Etlp the firemen by patronizing felliTan ft Bond next Saturday. Th bl George restuarant, open sir and night Mrs. Cooper, propri- awa The Peoples Warehouse sew rips lioei bought of t...

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. — 9 November 1904

u ... PAGK SIX. DAILY CAST OKBGOVIA.N, PKNDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER , i0- EIGHT PAGES, 1 ( IRRIGATION METHODS IN ITALY Irrigation, by English speaking peo ple, hu been practiced In this coun try little more than 50 years, while In Iialy It has been practiced for more . than 600 years. It Is, therefore, nat arel that Italian experience should be ab e to i ho much of value to Ameri can uriKHtors. For the purpose of , determining what could be learned In ) that country which could be applied to our own problems, Dr. Elwood j : Mend, rhitf of Irrigation and drainage , ' Investigations of the office of experi j ; ment stations, U. a department of agriculture, spent the summer of 190S In the valley of the Po. A partial report of Dr. Mead's ob- , servations has Just been Issued by the , department of agriculture as Bulle tin 144 of the office of experiment stations. No attempt was made to make this an exhaustive monograph . upon Irrigation in Northern Italy, but the study was made...

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. — 9 November 1904

PAGES- PAGE SEVEN. TRANSPORTATION LUTES. HOTELS. BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George I AA , ,itT A "VTT T7TV friTT. T GEORGE DARVEAU, Proprietor. DAILY EAST OREOO.VIAN, PENDLETON. ORKQON, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER , 104. Si .iin Literature. laW residing near ("""'"horlty for the .tate- . t of lltera.- ! frfWl - amount ""l. W the democratic pub- 1W C rural route No. i. Ac """rJ? Holm a"" the dem0 " ling' held In Whitman pre f cs ee2.lc a large number of .,,iars were placed in ss11" " route No. Art ...Will "lK r" .Inna- ii'MHra " . " .... . th mall earner m -ok them a.l out . . j Th next uaj same i HOtr ,.d in the -rin -c.rcu.ar. which - X reV....j h the same mall '."w.r"rk..,i. this action of not known M ... .Hr IS . ointon. and had MMHCI """"" ,, th. carrier.- " ... atatoama.fi. I WU dm..-- fuKp t Gnu,t CoU"t, BMl activity prevail! In the u ..v., m thi vicinity. Buy- ",t.u a number of them will ." to io home disappointed be- "tlJ, were too late, as the sur p a...

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. — 9 November 1904

i - I EIGHT PAGE EIGHT. . DAILY EAST OREGOMAX, PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 04 1""" ! ' """tli.rnnrPT n rn TER nES,GX& t""ul " nruu r r IIL.lllll.vi LLUU mom iimt pact I I IMUI Willi liH.I I I UIIIIL, IUIL UIIU I fPnntlniiml from nAM 1.1 Mothers Who appreciate a fine, fragrant coffee, one that la aa smooth aa oil, Want to try "OUR. 400 BLEND" cof fee. We blended this coffee especially for aroma and strength. Ton wish your hus bands and Sons to know yon can brew' cup that cheers, bnt not Inebriates. Now is Your Chance to view the moat handsome as sortment of China ever placed on sale In Pendleton. We have changed the Interior of oar new store so that the crockery and glassware ooeo pies the entire front. Our So, 10c, 15c and 25o bargain goods are on the balcony. Ask to see them. More about them later. A CHANCE ON THE LARGE DOLL IN THE WINDOW WITH EVERT 60C PURCHASE. OWL TEA HOUSE IKOHHIHIIIIIIItl NEW SUPERINTENDENT UMATILLA RESERVATION. Eas Been In the Indian Service 18 ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 10 November 1904

DAILY EVEUIIIGEDITIO'I .a that tH WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Friday fair. PENDLETON, OKEC.OX, TIIUKSDAY, NOVEMREK 10, 1904 NO. 5201. i5 that tH its i mi ' x Shot Said to Hive jjLlves ot Nearly i&assans. ! naoCT ANT CESSATION- by the meaty Thousand PoHxk -.nif ft the Far East- ri- I tJrouble '-R Volunteer vr ridlMok e?eaoe Flit Pre- fiBBe -aw ' Japim I ' v it.. shell w No I demolished a land mine at M tke Fort 'Arthr forta. Be ,Wui W Bsealans were I -i onded. it Is reported Inst uatalu by the Japanese Hsu krt have ' lort have oeen ranuieeo ' Bnjt lasfli nmcnt. Km. It A dlBDatck .to: the till A Soma from Toklo aaya :tkrrimnit of Port Arthur by ihanae U jroaeedlng without -ltdM. PreDasatlona are now U sr nwh general assault Jen axt hMcsiar Far Bast. Mffltut Un. 10. The oaar M a Uwlce, Poland, this morn stpijui to a delegation oi no- in ha majesty declared the ias. k tf U times should serve to In a brotherhood. The M n.Hf -tNopa 'who mere Jin tor u Kar ast. uo, aw. 10. A report i...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 10 November 1904

HERE ARE A FEW New Candies Just Received. Fine Fresh Stock. Prices from 20 to 33c a Pound COCOA ICES. BANANA CARAMELS. CHOCOLATE JELLY BARS. FIIOSTED LICORICE CARA MELS. CHOCOLATE DIPPED TAFFY lEMON COCOA BARS. ASSORTED HONEY STICKS. BITTER ROLLS. HITTER BALLS. COCOANIT CARAMELS. 1 Frederick Nolf j &Co. School Books and School Supplies. GENERAL NEWS. George E. Morse, for many years clerk of the United States district court at San Francisco, Is dead. Charles Pratt, a wealthy American who has lived on the Isthmus of Panama 43 years, is dead a Colon. Rev. Father T. J. Aylward, of St. Patrick's church, Bt. Louis, 1b under arrest charged with fraudulent natu ralization. Marconi promises that In a short time he will make wireless telegraphy for 3500 miles a commercial success, as It now Is a scientific fact Deputy United States Revenue Col lector George A. "Wright Is under ar rest at San Francisco, charged with embezzling from the government. It Is current belief In ' Eastern newspape...

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. — 10 November 1904

n.T EAST PRECOMA. PENDLETON, Oregon, Thursday, November to, ikm. PAGB THRET ' tial Bargain Week has wonderful bargains to offer ysta. COODS va the ( .. mam' ef" roc yd : (ill 750 7 ......la Iran1""- in f. d 1 nil dr- J W $xo yd jj orw i SILK AT REDUCED PRICES 60c China Sitka, till colon . . 76c tafeta alii:, all colon , , S5o taffeta silk, all colon ., tLtfO ere pa da . chines, all S8o rd 60e yd so yd col on . . . . 80c yd 11.25 fancy ault silks .... t8o yd Money Savins Prices on La dies' and ChiSdren't Shoes A trial will convince yaa. We don't Cry to aae how much we can get for our shoes. Our Idea la to nee bow good a ahce ws can give you for the deeat mJney., All 11.60 shoes in thla sale 11. IS All $2.00 ahaea In thla sale. gl.M All 12.60 ahoea In thla sale tl.85 AH $8.00 ahoea In thla aale Ut Seroala ahoea for lad lea .... tM nductton on all children' and miaBea' ahoea. Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES ' Monarch Ranges Malleable iron and the kind yon cannot break. ...

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. — 10 November 1904

190. PAGE FOUR. DAILY EAST OBEGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. ' t : Si ! ' ' AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternooa (exrapt Bind ay) ac Pendtoioa, Oregon, by the EAST OltE(;OM. PUBLISHING COMPANY. BUBgCBHTION RATES. rally, one year, by nail Iielly, lix month, by mall bally, three months, by mall belly.ona month, by mall......... Weekly, one year, by mall Weekly, six months, by mall Weekly, four months, by mall Beml-Weekly, one year, by mall fteml-Weekly, six months, by mall.. eml-Weekly, three months, by mall. .15 00 . 2.50 . 1.25 . .60 . 1.S0 . .75 . .60 . S OU . 1.00 . .40 ember Scrlppa Ucltaa News Association. The East Oreftonlan Is on sale at R. B. RMis News Htanos at llotel 1'ortland and Hotel Perkins, 1'ortland, Oregon. San Franrlsro llnreau, 408 Fourth St. riilrago ltureau, 900 Security IiuIIiIIuk. Washington, D. C, Bureau. 601 14th St.. W. Telephone Ualn 11. Entered at rendleton rostofflce as second class matter. Nothing- that happens In this 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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