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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 16 November 1904

- i DAILY EVENING EDITION WEATHER FORECAST. .Tonight and Thursday rain; warmer tonight; high noutherly winds. r1 PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHElt 1. 1904 NO.520. 1 t ; WILL Itlfflli , Balances tte De jn Her Favor at the Session. KV - TRESIRENT. wtH Htn-u-ssed at the Vl swoon "Production Wa "ForrslrT nl mtHHon" a F" or the irMtlDoally Handled by Urf-Eiprrtii and Report- Btft OrepHilan Special REMOVED IXRI. Assistant Surgeon Is Defendant in Breach ot Promlsr Suit. Washington, Nov. 18. The presl dent today removed from overn mcnt service Assistant Surgeon C. E. D. Lord, of the marine hospital corps. who wa yesterday Wade de fendant In a 150,00s breach-of-prom-Ise suit filed In New York by Mrs. Fannie Foha. It is said that Lord's conduct while stationed at San Francisco is subject to Investlpatifrn, He was transferred to New York in hope of reforming him, but his "conduct there was no Improvement. a 1st EaA Oregonian.) MM. Nor. 16. Portland ratability be the next ldim of the nati...

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. — 16 November 1904

Dainty Books t In padded ' leather bindings. Published at 11.00 OUR SPECIAL CUT PRICE 68c (Post paid anywhere.) NOTE A FEW TITLES: Autocrat of Breakfast Table." "Bryant' Poem." CTu-i-uuas Carol." "FTangeune." "lradl;w Lost." Tales Front Shakespeare.' "Lady of tlie I.ake. Pue's Poems. Wliiuicr'a Puems. "Pilgrim's Progre-" Anil many other titles. ilENORMOUS SALES ! VMATU.I.A tit: VI. ESTATE I IS I GREAT DEMAND. I ! ' since March 1. 104. 58 Sales of Rral ' EKtatr In Till vine $5006 Each andj Over, Have Been Maile In Umatilla j Comity .rami Total of Sale : Amount to MMMKu County A-1 8C!Mor C. P. Strain Has St'leotrd . Out Ouly like Largest Transfer ' Small Sales WoukI .Aggregate Al nioKt a Much. i i 1 County Aweattor C. P. Strain has ; posted up the books of the office to 1 ; date, and has made some interesting 'notations, in regard to real estate transfer in this county since March ' 1. ISM. He has tabulated a list of' transfers made in that period, in- j Frederick Nolf: & Co. I SA...

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. — 16 November 1904

PAGE- DAILY EAST ORE UONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. -NOV. !, 1M4. paob mrm. gjGHT Henderson Corsets rounw OK the r un SEX. ETEBV PAIU WABAXTKKD. P.TI.FX I X BREAK ABLE sun- A1A KIX-li!KSK WOMEN .FAR THEM. FOR SALE X1.V AT HENDERSON asKion tli Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES C C Bder. Get tunny. registers at Wlthee's. Ht tut Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. iS ladle' Gloria shoes at Roose- 11 UJirf skirts, 12 00 and up at math's. Inokeri ret satisfaction at How 41 formerly Rees' cigar store. TiRnuw can for axle of Wasr- a. Beward paid for return to this sat th St. Georce restuarant. open as tnd nirtat. Mrs. Cooper, propri- rea Try s pair of our J ISO school mi Good wear or your money tot it Teutach's. Wanted Young lady or gentleman kr lirht, airreeable work in city, flwd proposition to right party. A. E Unwell, Hotel Pendleton. Fill the valley with ditches. If you ant four land leveled or Irrigation adn dug. we will give you an es ttaue of the...

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. — 16 November 1904

,1.. - PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST ORKOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1. 10. EIGHT Cagu. FUNNY OLD OF ee ee Vfll Our Children Think Our JTays as Strange as We Think Our Fore-Fathers? A CHANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT STILL IN MANY THINGS. Perfection Has Been Reached In Many Others. Suppose you were obliged to (o to Hew York. Wouldn't It seem strange to you to get Into an old-fashioned, musty-smelling, jolting stagecoach? It was not so many years ago that people had to travel that way. Think of the Inconveniences think of the hardships, even, they were obliged to suffer; and think of the time consumed. We doubt whether these experiences tended to lengthen their lives. It Is just so with hundreds of other things. A great Improvement Is an nounced. We marvel at It for a few days, and then accept It as a matter of course. Now, if It Is necessary to go to some distant city, we are made as comfortable. If not more so, than though we remained right In our Domes, and a few hours brings us, witho...

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. — 16 November 1904

KAOT ORKOOXIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. XOV. 1. W4. PAGE TOREK kHM I Matchless Offerings J IN ALL DEPARTMENTS prices Sharply Keaucea SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS llHd black taffeta silks, 1.5 vahsr, special at . 5c yd quality gurn,rr1 bUok J" $1.50 Tmloo : .' $l.i yd 0c yd black taffeta sHk, snmrMteed special 75c yd jUs" y, taffeta slfk, special Is jl wise SALE OF RIBBONS H til silk doable laced sad taffeta ribbons, 4 1-J Inches .n the leading hw. SP""1 lc X Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES 4)(MMMII I it L : Monarch Ranges Malleable iron and the Mad yon cannot break. I have a lull line f Ranees, Hesters, both wood and coal, and 'In vite yon to call and examine the same before uyiag. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man ATHENA SEEKING and the raiding of the dam at Louis ville will be urged. CITY WILL INSTALL NEW Axn Larger system. Present Supply Will Sown Be Inade quate to the Growing Town Well Will lie Dug and a leewerrolr Con structed Old Pipe Line Can Be rued Present Sys...

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. — 16 November 1904

pack rom. DAILY EAST OREflOM.LV, PEXDLETOX. PRECOX. VVKP.XF.snAT. XOV. 1- t earn ,oh...g by &ctiv line, they pay: t u! a i.Utaire of taxes and yet rttrer ' from the reflected , 7 I reap my sheaves while the mother; del In rulno. AN INDKPEKDEXT NEWSPAPER. ! ealth brbed fro mthe artlvity. j n- a ule vMt9 empty bed: thrift and enterprise of others. , My coffers o'erflnw aK nhe moan in Published ererr afternoon ex rep t Sunday) ' , , woe "KtWJSUJ , I IBLIMU.NG . fr u cmmunit. , dmw tribute; My victim ar more than Disease from and compromise with evil and ; Inimor.illty. In order to hold the or "50 P"""0" ' society together. The . I.2S system by which society takes toll ' l r.n from vice Is ratten at the core. srnscKiiTiox iutks. lailT. one year, by ami! Isil, Hi moat, by mail iNiily. three mooch, by nutii Hail.joae moot a. by mail mir vj luaii i.wi W" bk ""'Vi lii ""'"' of rotten moral code, "ertuy. fur mooiu. bjf malt J0 i oeoir-vKiir, one year, dt mail wi u is amaa-ontsttc to th b...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 16 November 1904

BIGHT PAGES. DATLT EAST ORKGOXIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. NOV. It, 104. PAGE SEVEN. AMONG THE HXCHANUHS OF THE INLAND EMPIRE ) o Nes Perce. . mrna received lict. of the south Z Guilty the question of an , j the eouniy . shnahane Perce county carriea of X"- votes, .ays the W '.hane. The vote wr v.llsre . . ... ... n.l 597 against. a majority of pnfln0 ' ,0n, while Pierce gave inst the proposi ti r,hern portion of Shoshone .C no cein the matter at ., nor did Ne Prce coun "jXem end of Shoshone .. voted on the question. Ttf ti withdraw from Sho I1 tn Ne Perce. .wnesuo' ,n..olvea comprises BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES TRANSPORTATION LINES. PHYSICIANS. DR. W. O. COI.K, OFFICE IS JUDD building. Office koors, 10 to 12 a. m. ; t to & p. m. Telephones: Of flee main 1371 ; residence mala ISM. went East to make arrangements to sell the Columbia Southern. He also says there Is little doubt of its ex tension in the near future, when Bend will be the terminus. The bu...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 16 November 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOX1AX, PEXDLErOX, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. XOV. 1. EIGHT 'AGJX . I ! i Fathers If ytMi tufa good coffee ( ad win ha worth drinking, yon a having breakfast, Want o bay "OCR RLEXD" ne. Toai can hardly ex pes arani llilm that win Daughters A Ten Strike assortment of fancy, decor ated sraoi-porcelaln Just re ceived, that we have dis played In our window at 10 Cents IITI-TOI SERUM ROAD FOR THrXPER. CalMl ! Company Willi M.SOO.OO Organised at Bole. t Boise. Nov. 1. Article of incor i po ration of the Big- Creek and Thun i der Mountain railroad will be filed IMMUNIZES S3 INDIANS. ! with the secretary of Mate thl after- j noon or tomorrow. The contemplated (road Is to Mart at Payette Lake and Henderson Vigorously Defends , follow the Payette river to secesh GOVERNMENT PHYSICIAN Dr. ROOSEVELT'S the Anti-Toxin Symtn of Lemm ing tlie Liability to Diphtheria Tea Cades of Diphtheria oa Uir Itr-wrvation. All Voder Quarantine and tlie Government Phytdcian Is Confident All Will...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 November 1904

i 1 i ! Millie llDAHYEVDlliEDITlij Wtfth to cut. J ' : &mmm'jS 'v,V f-r' Tonight and Friday fair, cooler. I ifcBMI1! "J P W!" ' . I ' laasawaw,.,. .... JP WP fj 1 .. I I - f 1 u PENDLETON, OltEHOX, ' THlTltSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1004 TOL. 1 ' NO. 5207. 7 t I 1 -;OTQ WILL . .1 ,'. ja is i Shw Second for IheNexlNattfial Imgarw- Congress. naBCiSWlATES FOR SKIflriN'AL PRJNWENT. L n .niiliin IsnVirsBS the fcowmmn 'imj"" Comtr Sriheme la Not .aad the fHunoas Mal- fcsr Prejest la Ha About t09 Uiiinti arc Attending, Besides lissetansl'i" On Mexico Fall Jar Today la Given. resenting he railroad telegraphers, la being ptrt forward for the presidency. Sectional Ptewdlnjr. El o. Nov. IT. The engineers t the geological aunty are busy to day bearing delegations to the Irri gaxton Congress pleading far the ap proval of various Irrtgaltein enter- Delegates from New Mexico, Texaa nd Mexico met today to decide' upon an amicable aettteowrft yf the queation of a dam for storing waters to re claim the v...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREGOXUX. FEXDLETOX. OREGO!. THrRSDAT. NOVEMBER IT. 104. siHDDnCCQ TPC I III! Dainty j 1 "JL0 Books r :lt COUNTY IRRIGATOR AGAINST RIEVS MEASURE. HOTEL ARRIVALS. In padded leather bindings. Published at tl.00 OUR SPECIAL CUT PRICE 68c (Post paid anywhere.) NOTE A rew TITI.ES: J Autocrat of BmkfM Table." -Bryants roans." "A Christmas Carol." "Evangeline." -Paradise Lost." Talc From Shakesieare.' "Lady of Ur Ike." "Por's Poems.'' -Whlttier's Poems." T iPllrrlni- Prnareaw. Aad many other titles. ; Says ilir Proposed Irrteaiion Law e- ! ritntift lrrutalion anil Water RlrtitH ! Without Giving an Equivalent ; Alo Creates Coxfly C'nnimlwifMi I and III Result lu Kudlexe IJtiga- tiiHi Woukl Aiim'imI and Strength- i en tlie Prewnt District Law. j Frederick Nolfl &Co. I SANTA CLA18 HEADOTAR- X TERS. The following communication op-1 posing the Mien irrigation law pro- j posed for the state of Oregon, was printed In the Baker City Herald of yesterday and Is worthy of being re-, pr...

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. — 17 November 1904

SIGHT PAGES. ATLY EAST ORKOOYIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. Till RKDAY. NOVEMBER 17. IMI. PAGE THREE njtchl Offerings i; IN ALL DEPARTMENTS prices Sharply Reduced SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS M-hicb guaranteed btack trfcW ,Ika, ' 5 P 5c yd quality guaranteed Mack taffeta silks, $1.50 value lit yd black taffeta silk, special at Oo yd black taffeta "Ilk, guaranteed special T5c yd SALE OF RIBBONS Jt-lncn era .reial at lie 1.N wrme M jjj doable faced satin taffeta "ribbons, 4 l- Inches We, 1 u ,ne leadta bado "P" lc yd Alexander Dept. Store THE OiVERS OF BEST VALUES . - OREGON MAN WOULD . "FLY TO NEW YOKK. Iiintcs W. Carlton Now In Tills t'lty. lias I'Ihh by Whk'h He Can Make a Fortune of 12.000.000 on an In vestment of gttoo SffkH a l,ocal Capitalist Who Is Willing to Put Vp 00 In Caidi Agaliutt Ills Genius and IVrfm-t a Flying Machine. COMING EVENTS. November lt-il National Grange meeting, Portland. November 16-18 National Irriga tion Association, El Paso. Texas, November 14 Thanksgiving In the ...

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. — 17 November 1904

EIGHT PAG& DAILY EAST ORE GOMAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER It 1904. PAGB POCK. y AX 4XIFNDNT- NEWSPAPER. FvUhd trerr afternoon (except Snnrlaj) at Pendleton, Oregon, bj tb EAST OIIEGOMAX PUBLISHING OOMPAVT. J and range product and a comblna j Hon of ritnl advantage Is formed j which i found now here elae on the ' Pacific comm.. 6LBSCEIITIOS RATES. Iiy. one year, by mail litj, aix months, bj wail l-tiy. three mouths, by nail ....... . latlj.une niontli, by msH j. one ymr, by mail Werkir. six months, by mail m four months, by mail Sea Weekly, one year, by mail.... Semi-Weekly, six months, by mall., freui-Weekly, three months, by mail. Member Serippa ilcltae News Assorts tlon. The EaT Oresnulan is on sale at It. B. It k it a New Stand at Bntel Tortland and Hotel Perkins, Portland, Oregon. Han Francisco Hnreao. 408 Fourth St. Chiearo nurean. WW SerurltT Itmldmj:. Washinfton. U. C, Bureau, 501 14iii St., W. 4 Telephone Main 11. Kb tared at Pendleton Pontnfflce as sec on d...

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. — 17 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREGONTAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, THCRSDAY, NOVEMBER IT, lt04. WCK8. pagb rm. Prompt Delivery oars tor onr - ' iiter serve onr customer and 0tir Own Delivery oar own wsgons jk1 nore) and are not dependent onr new wagon tll soon arrive, but In aorUK our " " ,ppreciate our customer' patronage, and are In "Urtoa thn ever to nerve them. Hlgiicst das of good at STANDARD Grocery Company Comer Court and Johnson Streets. 2 johnny-on-tlie-Spot-Delivery. , v CITY BREVITIES i Ruhr. 0t sunny. L rttUten t Withee's. Stetson nats at nooseven . El ndlM' Gloria hoe at Roose- Ci't nil. ThtnksglvlnR. Football. tai vt Fendiion. at get satisfaction at How- Ik fcmtrly Kees cigar store. Lt-Brw cap for axle of Wm- Itnra paia lor return io um L St Geonre restuarant, open ad night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl-a tl pair of our 11. 50 achool Good wear or your money t it Teotich'a iHt to the Rembrandt Btudio W you. Same class of work aa lit n Portlaal tuttd Younr lady or gentleman lilht, agreeable work In city. ...

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. — 17 November 1904

AOK SEC' DAILY EAST ORBGOMAN, PENDLETON, ORBGO. THCHSDAT, NOVEMBER 17. 1904. ,:! RUDY TO MERGE GIGANTIC RAILROAD DEAL IS AHOVT (OSinjTE. All die Leading Roads of Ute Conn try Are to Re Abwtrhrd and Con trolled b) Standard Oil Capitalis ation or $8,050,800,000 on 162.985 Miles of Roads Most Gigantic Combination of Capital In (lie His tory of Hie World Korkrfcller Will Re In Absolute Control. Chicago, Nov. 17. Details are be ing worked out rapidly for the for- matlon of a gigantic railroud trust. oeaiae wmcn all the other great trusts heretofore organised in this country will dwindle Into Inslgnifl cance. A dosen Eastern financiers, headed by the Standard Oil interests, with their unlimited wealth, expect to con trol practically the entire railroad systems of the United States and pre vent competition among the roads. The plan is to divide the railroads of the country into a few groups or aysiem, each of which is to o-n substantial Interest In the stocks and security of every other bi...

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. — 17 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREOQNIAW. PKXPLgTOA, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ii, 104. PAGE SEVEN. TRANSPORTATION LINES. HOTELS. THE EXCHANGES BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George GEORGE DARYEAU, Proprietor. , " . Clint. rSr known fc w4 nrousnt w . i U,t:' lryete'-day suffer er Jl, wound Inflicted PP MUler Is ! L .ing the Peola rhk,S e4 that the trou HJpt V pooling wa. f revolver pene- I "1W lw the clavlcal on hf Tt i.hel.eved ft. rted hy coming in information obtaln arose er a dlvis n. Fleisch- k''JV.heepman in Asotin i"1"1 ,6 ,.m and the '"i are running sheep girted to assault Miller e d h.',m ' i Flefcchenger continued Miller fired, the bul- right shoulder. b Tribune, HKtfoot fleet Factor)'. on. minute of 1 o'clock afternoon the Blackfoot for, commenced It. lint Li and k now running as Ljb tn old plant, says the kg democrat. Umontlu ago the first shovel Liartli was excavated at the t Bte and the work on the L bet. n 'eeme1 "ke,a L tua to erect a factory la n, toll seas...

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. — 17 November 1904

FAGB EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOXI4N. PENDLETON. OREGON. TtTOKHDAY. NO VEM Hr.it . i Fathers If yoa huh on twine food coffee Cor brrafrfam, and wiB bare somotlilnf mvth drinking, yoa Want to buy "OCR M BliEND" coffee. Yon can hardly ex pect aomethtng that will . itaats good team Drowned ipeaa. Aak yoar wires and Daughters ao remember thta Ibrand. It ts Strang and iiaairml A Ten Strike asnoa-tment of fancy, tocor ated seml-poreeaadn Jaat re ceived, that we June .dis played In our window at 10 Cents There are platters, iforks, bowls, pitchers, etc, all la fancy decorations. Xhc "biggest thln yec" A CHANCE OS THE LARGE HILL IX THE WINDOW WITH EFERY BOO PURCHASE. . OWL TEA HOUSE THE BOYS AVD GIRLS' AID. Has of 500 Children Wlta Private Families. Now Adniah Wilder, of the Boys and Girls' Aid Society of Portland, la In Pendleton tscay. Mr. Wilder has charge of the field work of the so ciety the looking; after of the child ren placed lit families. "We have about 40 boys and girls at the home i...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 November 1904

DMEVEIllliBEDITO WEATOEn FORECAST. This afternoon and tonight tight ruin; cooler tonlRht; Saturday fair. s31 . ' hl the nearly all M. you have ft ..h to cut PENDLETON, OttEt.OX, Fill DAY, NOVEMJJEK 18. liMU NO. 5208. ! ts Aim! Mil ley 9 r ' 0 7E AND BIS , SPREAD DEATH 'iirteen Killed and Seventeen injured as the Result of a Sub-Station Explosion. XUKST LOtfES HIS LIFE. joos Implosion Spread Fhunes ml Hiiur Bodies Blown Hund- 1 a t Jest and Dismembered ! BrikUnCH Wrecked ' Long J1 ! ass. and Canrkagratlnii In Spread. ' kg Onr Sooth fhKago Frigtiten 'sfopslace Mem In Terror From '. It IWjtihortinod ltcNtrtments jdkd Out pot i iUui Nov. . IS. The Hvde Park isYKauon of a local gun oompany. in up. The explosion caused the to collapse. Several work- are believed to be burled In the Dunne Prom Exphwlon. 3j the explosion of 'a email gas Mat Seventy-fourth atreet and Wb Chlcaxo avenue at 1 o'clock thin pnlai, the building of the People' f company adjoining, collapsed, nrroundlng property U t...

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. — 18 November 1904

A vniTvnm. 18. lfKH. ElGBT Ua At PAGE TWO. D AILS' EAST ORBGONIAX. PENDLKTUH, r , Dainty I Books In padded leather bindings. Published at $1.00 OUR SPECIAL CUT PRICE 68c (Post paid anywhere.) NOTE A FEW TITUS: Autocrat of Breakfast Table." "Bryant's Poenu." "A Christmas Carol." "Evangeline." "Paradise IxxU." "Tales From Shakespeare." I july of the take." Poe's Poems." "Whlttler's Poems." "Pilgrim's Progress." And nuiny oilier titles. EAGLES' MINSTRELS - ""K LOCAL TALENT TO ENTER TAIN OX NOV. S8-29. Iteliearsals of the Performance Now Being HeM Joe T. Hinkle Will Be Interlocutor and Muuy Local Wits Will Smile Froin tlte Stage as Black Face Comedian Great Interest Being Taken In the Performance Flrst-Clnss Music by Local Tak-iil. 1 '" i ::: t i i Frederick Nolf & Co. SANTA CLACS HEADQUARTERS. J I The local aerie of Eagles is muk- 1 inc great preparation for Its big home i talent minstrel performance at the j Praxer opera house November 28-29. Something: more thun the usvial en X I...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 November 1904

MIL EAST PRECOMA. PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER, 18, 1H4. PAGE THRE at iiichless Offerings TR ALL DtrAlv. 1 ntn i o prices Sharply Reduced yjX BLACK TAFFETA SILKS m.. ItK valna mmll i p. btack tarreta 1 - -" Ml . cuarwitMd black taffeta silts, $1.50 nine Ud" 11 " ' . r i.zo ya r'uH. ,i ,oc ,a I M., taffeta silk, guaranteed special 75c yd 4 I sale OF RIBBONS , a Blk doable faced satin taffeta, 4 l-X lnchea . -l.o,lail VWVlaftl 19G I'd b all tbe k"1'1 """'v - - . - THE OIVERS OF BEST "VALUES u, t """ Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and tte kind joa cannot break. I have a Ml line f Range, Heaters, both wood and ooat, and ln tHc 70a to call and examine the aunt before ujng. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man BALLAST III SPRING O. It. X. WILL RESUME ON EASTERN DIVISION. Exhaustion of Gravel Pits Compelled Temporary Abandonment 'of tlie Work Ninety I-mind Rails Will Be Laid From Iji Grande to Hunting ton Aim SX.OOO.OOO Appropriated for Betterments Along tlte O. R. X. Mohler ami Calvin Will...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 November 1904

NOVEMBER, 18, H"'4- DAILY EAST ORE GOXIAN, PENDLETON.- OREGON. 1'IUDAV PAGE FOUR. ROMK TIME. , i ,11 I H I IN'W " Ati INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. rabllshed trery afternoon i except 8unday) t Pendleton, Oregpn. by the :ast okkcoian publishing COMPANY. BL1.8CK1PTION BATES. ImMy, out; year, by mall !sfly. iz mouths, by mall tally, three nmnttis. by mall IhtU.v.one month, by mall Weekly, one year, by mall Weekly, all mouths. by mail Weekly, four mouths, by mall ftem! Weekly, one year, by wall.... Seoil Weekly, six months, by mall.. inil-Veekly. three months, by mull. .$5.00 . 2 50 . 1.1I3 . .;o . i.r. .50 JIFDEKMIXG OKF.GOV JutlfilnK from the reports from the El Puao Irrigation Congress, the Or egon delegation, nmull us It Ifi. In do-, ing a wonderful work. After conferences with the govern ment engineers, the Oregon delegates feel confident of the acceptance of several of the big projects In state. Oregon has contributed over $2. r.Ou.oito to the reclamation fund and I -ant night, my darlin...

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