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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 12 November 1904

ten r-cE DAILY EAST OKK;QXlAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1904. PAGE BEVBf . 4 I Prompt Delivery ij bettor serve onr customers and we have established care for M '"wfld ,r,,t,e Our Own Delivery ' hare our own wagons and horses and are not dependent Ihe'gcneral system. Our new wagons will soon arrive, bat In meantime we have leased rigs. Since moving to our neiv store our trade has Increased lm- . . nd we appreciate our customers patronage, and are In Jr position than ever to serve thorn. Highest class of goods at Ur price. . STANDARD Grocery Company Corner Court and Johnson Streets. johnny-on-thc-Spot- Delivery. X Z PERSONAL MENTION CITY BREVITIES fj. C. Hiitr. Get unnv- Caili registers at Wlthee's. Big line Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. Stt windows of Rembrandt studio. Il iO ladles' Gloria shoes at Roose- ttlt'i lidlM' iklrts, $2.00 and up at ITtitKh'i. Smokers get satisfaction at How- ird-s, formerly Rees' cigar store. Tqr i pair of our (1.50 school mi. Good wear or ...

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. — 12 November 1904

i II 8 if J i n PAGE EIGHT. !MMMM U ' ....... MM.M.MMMMM.MM (x TTiHYPfl MU ST DON'T BUY A SUIT, DON'T BUY UNDERWEAR, DON'T BUY LADIES' CLOAKS, DON'T BUY SHOES, DON'T BUY anything in the dry goods line until you visit the GOLD CLOSING or any other sale has equaled factory or wholesale houses. ers as a bait and hold you thing in the store. A Statement TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOM ERS: We wish to say this sale is not a opllqpfBtiWt We have always tried to be free and frank and speak the truth. The plain truth Is we must have money at once. To accomplish this we have Inaugurated this sale. We pledge you our word that we have cut prices to the bottom. None can ell cheaper for none can buy cheap er. With many thanks for past fa vors and expressions of confidence, we are, very truly yours, R. A. COPPLE, J. H. GARRETT. MEN'S SUITS $2.8 for a suit for a man; grey checked, medium weight, worth $6.00; our former price, $5.00;, sale price only $2.98 GMi i . . . , .......sssfee tMMMH , iiiiiim iiii...

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. — 12 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENPLETU.N, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER U, 104. TEH PAGR KINS. PAGES. UMONG THE EXCHANGES: OF THE 1JNJLAINJJ HMrlKli re erected Mr the purpose fl " url, mrlng by the congre- r the Wilbur Memorial Meth- o" EPrnt7.r a renldenoe for the "of equal beauty and fitness to rwr !L! Architect Henry Oster W PUhrrthe plan completed, and r.Sficatlon, are being made t wh W the contractors will be lr(,m, T Lve their bid" In by Novem- tojrhwi the offera wm Ifinsldered and the contract pos "e The new structure Is in be of two stories, and to 'Tsev n rooms In addition to the niton hall, bathroom, toilet room. rPThe ma portion of the lower will' contain three rooms, with "Vcnen a an annex. The upper j,r W contain three bedrooms. W41I Walla Union. Ptonecr Dies at Wnlla Wnlla. ived Hegelun waB found on the SMr of his room at the Central lodg M house at 2 o'clock yesterday .n.rnoon suffering an uttack of ,ch trouble, -ays the Walla tp.lla Union. A physician was can al who ordered him...

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. — 12 November 1904

. J DAILY EAST OUEGOXIAX. PESTDLEfON, OREGON, SATITIDAV. XOVEMBEK 13, 100. PAGES. rAOK TEEN. '' IIMIIIIMI lltlHItHIIII 1 Mothers Who appreciate a fine, fragrant coffee, one that la as smooth as on. Want to try "OUtt 400 BLEND" eof foe. We blended this coffee especially tor aroma and strength. Ysm wish your hus bands and Sons to knonr yon can brew a cup that cheers, but not inebriate. Now is Your Chance to view the most handsome as sortment of China ever placed on sale In Pendleton. We liave changed the Interior of our new store so that the crockery and glassware occu pies tlie entire front. Our Ac, 10c, 13c and tie 'bargain goods are on tlie balcony. Ask to see them. More about them later. SOCIETY "flj EVENTS ROOSEVELT'S 4H A CHANCE ON THE LARGE DOLL IN THE WINDOW WITn EVERY ROC PURCHASE. OWL TEA HOUSE MTHlMtMlttfMWfHIIIIIIIUIHIHIIll T FATTENING JOHN -DAY CATTLE IN UMATILLA. Fully Three Thousand Head Have Been Bought In the Interior Tills Fall for Full Feeding This Winter In Tills C...

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. — 14 November 1904

i H M 5 '-ffcA 1 1 DA11Y EVENING ED1TI OH have learned that the K" 'reaches nearly all rx you have tooth to cut. WEATHER FORECAST. Tuesday rain, high southerly ft w PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMHEH 14, 11)04 VOL. IT. NO. 5204. I l kJ gg00rmfm V - 1 1 1 warmer tonight, I .AT .. " kw - It I I ' " , ' '' ' '-' - ' HEPUBLIGANS FOR REVISION Chainnan 'of House Ways and Weans Committee Breaks Away From the Machine. ' vat, ' wi1 IIS I"fVR MODIFICATION. a, Tredlrts an Extra Session of 5on gnw AIor "le ,',,u", M,M,ch , It With Governor Cum eito, nf Iowa. He Hn Stood for fan Opposed to the Inordinate , fcssasml ef the HWi Protectlon-iMa-ClsiiiM That Tariff Reduction WIO lucres tlie Revenue by la- Washington, Nov. 14. Congwi w Babcock, of Wisconsin, nsero ir of the ways and meaiii commW 4,hss -declared for tariff revtaton, uii predicts thut Roosevelt will oull jn extra session of congress jilfter Jlarch 4, to revise the tariff aolred- vim. Babcock asserts that a redaction I the tariff will e...

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. — 14 November 1904

EIGHT PAGER. $ EAST ORE JOMAK, PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1904. PAGE TWO. DAILY j Dainty Books f In padded leather bindings. Published at 11.00 OUR SPECIAL CUT PRICE 68c (Post paid anywhere.) NOTE A FEW TITLES:. "Autocrat of nreakfa.it Table." "Bryant's Poems." "A Christmas Carol." "Evangeline," "Paradise Lost." "Tales From Slinkesneare." "Lady of tlie I.ake." "I'oe's Poems." "Wliittier's Poems." "Pilgrim's Progress." And many oilier titles. Frederick Nolf & Co. SANTA CLAUS HEADQUAR TERS. T 4 X y i I ! GENERAL NEWS. The Burlington will build a branch from Garland, Wy., Into the Klrwin mining district, 70 miles south of Cody. Walter Duesler, a young farmer at Sammonville, N. Y., accidentally dis charged a pistol while cleaning It. The shot Instantly killed his 20-year-old sister. A wire cable being, stretched for the new suspension bridge at Hteu benvtlle, O., broke. In the rebound It completely cut off the head of Ste phen Mcllvaine, a workman. John Madden, an Ameri...

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. — 14 November 1904

OXONIAN. PENDLBTOW, ORBOQ-. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 104. FAOE THRFT GREAT HORSE SHOW H" .afSk, A Matchless unenngs IN ALL DEPARTMENTS prices Sharply Reduced BEGINNING OF SOCIAL EVENTS OP THE WINTER I, SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS guaranteed black taffeta allks, $1.25 mine, special at ; 5c yd .lndi tr qualltr guaranteed black taffeta allks, 31.50 value 120 d ge nine black taffeta aUk, special at oc yd valae bUck taffeta allk, guaranteed special 75o yd SALE OF RIBBONS ! " M all allk double faced satin taffeta ribbons, 4 1-J inches m aU the leading shades, special . . . . lsc yd Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind yon cannot break. I have a fuU line t Ranges, Beaten, both wood and coal, and In vite you to call and examine the same before uying. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man B. F. BECK Sanitary Plumber 807 Cottonwood Street Over One Hundred More Entries Than Last Year, and All Are Blne- Blooded Equlnes Long List of Events Which Will Charac...

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. — 14 November 1904

PACK FOUR. W. J. BR.YAN ON THE ELECTION, ' The 6,000.0(10 voters who cut their ballots for V. J. llrvmi for president in 1898 and 1900. and a large proportion of whom thought him to be the only logical candidate in 1904. have listened Intently r for his judgment on the recent overwhelming democratic defeat. c. , The Commoner of November 11, contains his review of the past, and his rallying call for the future. Significant as It is to (be In the future political program of democracy, the East Oregonian takes pleas are In reproducing the editorial entire, as follows: The democratic party has met with an overwhelming defeat In the national election. As yet the returns are not sufficiently complete to permit analysis, and it Is Impossible to say whether the result is due to an actual Increase In the number of republican votes or to a falling off In the democratic vole. Tills phase of the subject will be dealt with next week when the returns are all In. The tiuesttons for consideration ....

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. — 14 November 1904

k "Si V-".' .vf'' ; ' ... - 'i , .. . pack ittb. . PATT.Y EAST ORESiOXIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1M4. Store closed all day today, .wn dflv, in order to mark our present prices down for the Big Sale :: :: PERSONAL MENTION .SSSS.T dock KSatureay Morning dt 8:30 0', r as fe Biggest, Sale In the History of Pendleton lee 1 euiscii & icpu oiui c p Corner Main and Alta Streets IV BREVITIES lUdir. Get "nj. Mtn tt Wlthee . L, of Rembrandt studio. Laeuontataat Rooseveus. Un ol Rembrandt studio. ia' Gloria shoes at Roose- ktn let satuiaciion ni jBtrly Reef cigar muro. i stir of our I1.5U scnooi Good wetr or your touch's. S. Gmge restuarant, open night, Mrs. Cooper, propri- Oil Tea House 1b working a Jit Klllnf a line of seml-pov. Morated ware at 10 cents a S tne line In the window. ikt frockery display In the kiwkw at the Peoples Ware- In well worth your time. On Filar purchase you get a ticket Itll.iO (Ifts. M-To borrow on good real iMrity, 14000 for three years ir nt Int...

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. — 14 November 1904

PAG SOL DAILY BA8T ORBGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY. NOVEMIiHR Is. I- EIGHT LABOR FEDERATION TWEXTT-POURTH ANNUAL MEET AT BAN FRANCIKCX) President Gosnpere Address Was lxc. Able Bad Pi fliimnlw Convention Win Be fa Session for Two Weeks Oceans for Re-ESeo- tton Is Opposed by AH the Socialists In the Order, sad Hie Defeat la Ita lian Francisco, CaL, Nov. 14. The twenty-fourth annual convention of the American federation of Labor, which haa opened In this city today. and which will continue probably for two weeks, la the largest gathering In .point of numbers In the history of the big organization. President Samuel Gomnera dell end his annual address to the dele gates and Secretary Frank Morrison and Treasurer John B. Lennon pre sented their reports for the past IX months. A ro tutor welcome Riven to William Abraham. M. p.. and J. Wignal, the two fratemaj delegates irom tne unusn Tradea Union con- The address of President Oompers was listened to with eloas attention. It dealt with...

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. — 14 November 1904

DAILY KA8T ORBQONIAN, PENDLETO.N, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 104. PAGE BKVKN. -thE EXCHANGES YHE INLAND EMPIRE j i ft Tui rnbull. !" sheep" lat H""1" ,A,nt Of r.:.. w cuth -rf"- heen close " Lm at Cord. -most ot "ri Eastern ir-oli , and V b He . " "J ; the interior ft?- gre,!n fTthe Pen- L actenee passed n )" . tlom Hon. T B. A. Hamilton. of the Indiana, It was decided not to respect the chieftain' wishes, bat to bury the body In a special cemetery to be made above Seattle. The Wash ington Historical Society will erect a monument to Chief Joseph's memory. Condon Is "Dry." Now that Condon Is a "dry" town the proposed Improvement to the city water works will be of more Im portance than before. Thirsty people wilt need to drink something and even water beats nothing;. While drinking aqua pura It will be In order for the citizens to practice the art of digging; up tax money and looking; pleasant at the same time. This ac complishment Is said to be a pleas ant sensation after you get u...

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. — 14 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREGOMA!. PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER Hi PAGE EIGHT. i Mothers Who appreciate a ilne, fragrant coffee, one that tc m smooth .as oil. Want to try "OUR 40 BLEND" cof 'fee. Wo blended this coffee especially for Aroma and strength. You wliaa tout hus "bands and Sons to know you can haew a cup that cheers, but not Inebriates. IMIIdamiMIIIKI Now is Your Chance to view the most handsome as sortment of China ever placed on sale In Pendleton. We have changed the Interior of our new store so that flie crockery aad glassware occu pies the entire front. Our 5c, 10c, 15c and 2Sc bargain goods are on the bauoony. Ask to see them. More albout them later. . DARVEAU RETURNED PETER CHRISTOPHER DEAD. Old Settler Passed Away From His ram Sear Adams. Peter Christopher, aged 69 years,! Hirt Mundav at 10 d. m., on his farm, i j 12 miles northeast of Pendleton and , i five and a half miles west oi .no..,.., , , - from an obscure liver disease, mm, -; , wefe present at the deuih his child...

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. — 15 November 1904

1 ll-Hfo fcux fmm 1 OaSsL ii A s- ' ssssss Tonight anil Wednesday rain, j 1 i -jj ! cooler: high southwest winds, dl- I . I M .. S mlnlshlne Werineaitnv fZKXMA that the rJTrWhe. nearly ll l"mJLtn. you have PENDLETOX, OiJEiTiOX, TUESDAY, XOVEM HEK 1.",, l04 XO. 32)r. IliSTS 'j EXCLUSION ind Knox Bitterly (ad to All Classes of f L is yinors ox KwnfT oi,ixioxisM. That Boycott Again r"Z. iinii Ho With- an Agreement Mr-jtorW-AI) Tliat Assalga Laf Building Trades I It , grfnmdum Vole mm ra pmt UiclHlalliHi ami Antl- Um. mucins). Nov. 15. President ait Federation Knox, In his ifnlrome urged ujiuii dete nt Importance of taking Nome looking to the exclusion of L nd Japanese lubor. and de- !t too greatest duneer now Itting organised labor in Amer- CHARGED WITH ARSON. Wealthy Business Man Gives Ball at San J one. San Jose, Cal., Nov. IB. George Letcher, a wealthy business man, ar rested charged with defrauding in surance companies In Ohio by Insur ing his store and setting fire to it, was In c...

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. — 15 November 1904

nr..r nfcnlT VOVTTMRER 18. 1M. QOBT PAGE TWO. DA.IL y EAST OREGOXIAX. PENDLCro. wsswt icr...-. -- 1 liuainty Books In padded leather bindings. Published at 11.00 OUR SPECIAL CUT PRICE 68c (Post paid anywhere.) NOTE A IEW TITLES: "Autocrat of IlreakfaHt Table." "Bryant's Forms." "A Christmas Carol." "Evangeline." "Paradise Lost." Tale From Shakespeare.'' "Lady of tlte Lake." "Poe's Poems." "Whlttlpr's Poems." "Pilgrim's Progress." And many oilier titles. IP.KKi THLS MEET IX i twei.itii annual skssiox. i I ITcsidi-nt W. A. Clark of tlie National Awnciatiou, .Called the Meeting tu I Order TliLs Morning Convention I Hall Holding WUU Peole Was Well Pilled by letrgatm and Visitors Many Paieni to Be Read by Men of Prominence Front All lart of ' the V lilted States Clark Kays hi j Save tlte ForeHts and Store tike ! Floods. El Paso. Texan. Nov. 15. To the I strains of American and Mexican na- j tlnnal airs played by the Mexico City i IteRlmentuI band the 12th annual ' National Irrigation Con...

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. — 15 November 1904

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGQN1AN, PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER IS,. 1WM.. page nva I ' I' of prompt Delivery care for our In order to better serve our customers and torp.,,. ncrced trade, we have established Our Own Delivery We Iiave our own wagons and horses and are not dependent on the general system. Our new wagons will soon arrive, but In meantime we have leased rigs. Since moving to our new store our trade has Increased Im mensely and we appreciate our customers' patronage, and are In better position than ever to serve them. Highest class of goods at regular prices. STANDARD Grocery Company Corner Court and Johnson Streets. Johnny-on-the-Spot-Dellvery. if CITY BREVITIES 0. C. Rader. Get sunny. Cash registers at Withee's. Blf line Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. $3.60 ladies' Gloria shoes at Roose velt'!. Ladles' skirts. 12.00 and up at Teutsch's. Smokers get satisfaction at How ard's, formerly Rees' cigar store. Lost Brass cap for axle of Wag on. Reward paid for return to...

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. — 15 November 1904

i EIGHT PAGER. FACE SIX. DAILT EAST ORKGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1&. 10. -1 SCALP HUMOURS Itching, Scaly and CrusfrJ With Loss of Hair Speedily Cured .by Cuticon Soap and Cintaent Vbcn Every OthBTBemcdy and , BysicJans Fail "Warm shampoos with Cntlcors Soap and light drawings of Cutlcnrs, tha gnat akla cure, at once atop falling kalr, remove crusts, scales and dan draff, sooths Irritated, ltchlag sarfxcea, destroy hair parasites, stimulate tha ' hair follicles, loosen the scalp akin, apply the roots with energy and nour ishment, and make the hair grow upon sweet, healthy aealp when all els stalls. Minions of tha world's best people ana Cutlcora Soap, assisted by Cnti avra Ointment, the great skin core, for purifying and beautifying akiii, for cleansing the acalp of , scales and dandmff, and the atop- pay; of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing ted, rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, ltchings and chafing, for annoysng irritatloaa and Inflamm...

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. — 15 November 1904

j rj& AtLS BAST OtUtCOYlAN. rENlLKTON. OREGON. Tl F-SDAY. NOVEMBER 15. PAGE TBB.Tr Whless Offerings ... nroABTMENTS - ,i DEPARTMENTS JJices Sharply Reduced BLACK TAFFETA SILKS uut taffeta " 115 Tlue' "f"' Jn-B,eed Ko yd '' ' ,.rantea bta taffeta talks, 1.50 value V $10 yd -iiu rmaranteea tmecM 75c yd --WW"""- I HEHD EMPIRE a n a SALE OF RIBBONS doable tan4 satin taffeta eaVDons, 4 1-J inches leading shades, ePf c yd Alexander Dept. Store THE 01VERS OF BEST VALUES Monarch ! Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind yon cannot break. I have a toll line f Range Heaters, both wood and coal, and In- a rite yoa to call and examine the aaine Before uying. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man L - B. F. BEGK Sanitary Plumber 807 Cottonwood Street T. T. G K.Kit WHITES INTEREST ING 1USTOIUCAI. REVIEW. "Inland Empire" a a District In cludes All That Territory Drained by the Columbia Hlver Kin fcet tlenient .Made at Wliltman Station In 1IS Grand Rondo Waa Set tled Soon After Walla Walla Valley Arid Soil O...

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. — 15 November 1904

PACE FOCK. j merchants' excursion train nd en- j co urn, the enterprising movement in fh. ..... .... .. . . . . .-i vi iii L Ill 1 1 1 UI 1 1 1 y . ll AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER ; wl" Brow 'm this beginning to an ' ' ' I ir, .. . 1. 1 . . : iicmiuir- ciwvcnRnce, -tr-uppre- DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX, PENDIJETOJf. OREGON, TI11AV. NOVEMBER 15. 1MII. JuHshe4 every afternoon .except Sundaj) uiciw, urcgou, dj toe EAST OREGOM.VN' PU111JSHIXG COMPANY. elated by the people. The disgusting panorama of fac tional politics has. already begun In the state of Washington. Before the "... . 2.50 . ""-i voie is announced the polltl GROWTH. There Is much that needs amending In the present time no doubt. There Is right that needs defending?. " There is wrong needs crushing out. I And we hear the groans and curses Of the poor who starve and die While the men with swollen purses j In the place of hearts go by. Sl'IlSCItlPTIO.V BATES. Iallv, one year, by malt Iily. six months, by mall"""' wn. tnree Bionttw, by ...

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. — 15 November 1904

DAILY EAST ORKGON1AN. PENDLKTOA, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1M4J PAGE SEVEN. L.fYtffl 'nFTHE THE EXCHANGES INLAND EMPIRE I .taldu. S. J-. -rivel - u East -.k oast. He j hi return by 11 ! Lap"1- .,ian mi " "r rof St. Joaepn. rw f"""10 tnes creek jr-trdy out that if the Lewlston-Riparia rail road ia to be built during the next 12 months there win be more busi ness on the river than is possible for the present fleet of boats to handle. " , . that place "as dk ,h. St. Joseph WC.jTra, here haV'n8 ouTmembers of the C ed there. Wen Father mJooea K perce &BIW ' . . . hi, Teortln the United fee"ear. .B-.it was e Tt more assignee ; field, and Father Ca Vine trip east for the pur rT?,,Xs more sister, to K in- Made T'p to Escape. After railing him a vile name and shooting once at Matt Seymour, col ored, John Collins, colored, late yes terday afternoon Joined forces In an attempt to escape with the man he had attempted to kill, by shooting at him. The affair is one of the most peculiar th...

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. — 15 November 1904

v., PACK EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAV, PEXDLETOX. OREGON. TI ESDAY. NOVEMBER IS. tM4. 4 if. i i t ! J Fathers ir yon tnstM ton having Rood coffee fur breakfast, and will have something worth drinking, yoa Want o bay "OUR M BLEXD" ooffee. Yoa can hardly ex pen something thai mill MOW good tM twowncd peas. Auk your wares and Daughters to remember tin Is strong and punarnt. A Ten Strike aiMortntent of fancy, decor mtm& aernl-porcelain Just re ceived, that we ham dls adared In our window at 10 Cents Theae are platters, forks, bowls, pitchers, etc, all In fancy decorations. Ttie "btssrwt .thing yet. FIRST OIT OF WALLA WA1J.A NOVEMBER 17. Ik-low Is Given tlie Schedule Coming and Uoing. and tlie Rales In Detail From All Palms Including Terminal'- This Train Will Re a Weekly Feature. Always Running on Thurs day Except Xext Week, When WIU lie Ban Wednesday. X.VfTER IXSTANTLY KILLED. Trouhlr at Heppner originated In J Manors s -4uoon ruiy Afternooa. Heppner, Nov. 15. (Special.) The trouble...

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