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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 November 1904

, -EIGHT PACES. DAILY EAST OREMOXUX, PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, 190. PAGK FIVE Henderson Corsets yAVOlUTKS OF THE FAIR SEX. EVERY I'" GUARANTEED. plPl.FA UNBREAKABLE frrEELB. WEAIl THEM. FOR SALE ONLY AT WOMEX fashion flip (or-seta. Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets l CITY BREVITIES 0. C. Rader. Get sunny. Cub register at Wlthee's. Bli line Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. IS.SO ladles' Gloria shoes at Roose wlt's. Sew children' long coats at twttch'a Football. Thanksgiving, Football. Biker CI1'-' vs Pendleton. Smokers ret satisfaction at How ird'i, formerly Rees' cigar store. Lost Brass cap for axle of Wag m. Reward said for return to this office. The St George restuarant, open tv and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl ttras. For Sale House and lot; house auiy new, with city water and with . Mil complete. Inquire of J. T. Brown, 211 Lincoln street. Wanted Toung lady or gentleman for light, agreeable work In city. Good proposition to right party. A. M. Maxwell...

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. — 18 November 1904

VAGB BIZ. DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, ORBGOM, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, EIGHT PAGES. i ,1 KIGKAIIDSGREAM EaSjf's Awful Suffering from Eczema. Could Kot Hold Her. She Tors Har Face and Arms. Cuticura Saved Her Life, So Mother Says. j " When my little girl wu tlx month i old, the had ecsems. We had used ; cold creams and all kinds of remedial, , but nothing did her any good, In fact, - ahe kept getting worse. I used to ; map her bands np, and when I would .' dress her, I had to pnt her on the table : for I could not hold ber. 8he would ' kick and scream, and when she could, ! ahe would tear her face and arms almost to pieces. I used fonr boxes of ; Cuticura Ointment, two cakes of Cutl enra Soap, and gave her the Cuticura : Resolvent, and she was cured, and I as bo traces of the humour left I can truthfully say that they have saved her Urn, and any on suffering as she did, I ahonld advise them to give Cuticura a i xalr trial." MRS. G. A. CONRAD, Lis bon, N. H., Feb. 7, 1898. Fire year...

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. — 18 November 1904

PACE SEVEN. . PAGES- TRANSPORTATION LUTES. HOTELS. BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAU, Proprietor. , Wl tTT AVTT 17TDTT17 t DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETO.N, ORRQON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER, 1. 1904. 7 TTrTN r-v vATT V;: for the comp t"1-, tSiw "-M,T t ? m for the reserve r r oump bouse. " I .er linei. 'f at Fort tle ne , .... the ouarter- ',6. mo the SPOlces- ..Jnir will be used for if" .only" lrt colonel r.o.- targe blaie, and a. ex L .this one should have " ., ve have no en- H'Cmo ' tl,e 'rU KZ V ,h Mid a fire here would ft '""burning up of th. VjXZSSS for the ' , nun irallon reservoir W ' "... ' the second knoll, YiW inn 'of a pump house, the -, the water mains. j (ke '" n. Fate Imprisonment . Francisco vs. M,"f" .me un for trial 8 V ocout this morning. On drtUi cour t,, jj, van tilth 1 lW out a J..- Ua n warrant the charge oi T . ..lann Oil r01 ' . ""i .,, on the night W"",t .7.r aiming among Mumnir - the I1 ,n"'r'.;77h char- k"'?W":r seen...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 November 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORE GOMAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER, IB, ! EIGHT I Fathers If you Insist on having good coffee for breakfast, and will bare something worth drinking, you Want to buy "OUR 400 BLEND" coffee. Ton can hardly ex pect something Ulmt will tana good from browned peas. Ask your wives and Daughters A Ten Strike I to remember tills brand. Is strong and pungent. It assortment of fancy, decor ated seml-porcelaln just re ceived, that we have dis played In our window at 10 Cents There are platters, forks, bowls, pitchers, etc., all In fancy decorations. The . "biggest things yet." A CHANCE ON THE LARGE DOLL IN THE WINDOW WITH EVERY 80C PURCHASE. OWL TEA HOUSE minim fiiHiHiinii DEMANDED A TRIAL. Proved to Be More Expensive Than the Original Terms. Not satisfied with the action of the recorder's court In declaring forfeit ed his bail of 15. RayW. Wllletta, ar rested for disorderly conduct, appear- r before the police justice and de manded a trial. Ht got It, was fo...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

. t I ' JSaM customers, you nave I XX f' A VV V - . warmer tonight, high southerly 1 1 1 MnMl "N i-' irn I SST . l'ENDLETON, OUEGOX, SATURDAY, N'OVEMHEH 15), 1904 "NO. 5209. V0l ' - - - : : - r DROWMSB AT WEISER. n . i r - , , n , , . . n n as II A n A OPERATE HI HAL TELEPHONE. 1 HH Mft Workman on County Bridge hR R 1 H H 11111, 1 iniLuuu a it S-i-xrc fifth-SNA A Nh MMnr SB GUTTERS lands of Other Employes (Tailoring Establishments Jm Affected. L ,v wWGHT BY THE nn piFLOYElW' SMU-nw- u0(t Back Bio Manufacturers L , Protracted and Desperate fnrft Is In Slgn-Mir Urmnr Btrike-Fedcratio. of Sir Votes an Assessment to olp L M Rlnr Striker"' Struggle kfctslton's Policy. Uuo. Nov. 19.-KU thousand inu '"' .. two week! bv .Sheriff Word, nf Mult. ik ihoM t i morning, me renuo. - - ---- IK hvii nnmnh cnuntv. th. Brand turv Ihhi irdir to compel me manuLuc- U ttllorl to sign renewal of I intent agteement jirovldlng for S loops and the union scale, thousand other employes of Siotii concerns are af...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

r PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER t, IBM. TEN fAjjaj I OPPOSES TIE GRAFT No (iamullng device to catch tnttle. We sell tlie lowest. The CHURCHES Newbro's Herpicide CunirFcantiolllll school, 9:45 h. m. 11 8. m.. subject, of Hearers." Y. Church Sunday Preaching service. "The Responsibility P. S. C. E., 6:30 p. Frederick Nolf I III.OT HOOK RECORD i WOULD SAVE CITY FUNDS. I j Thinks Public Mom-) Simula !! Used In HuHtling Sidewalks Opiwscs the The Original Remedy Tln.t "KIH the Dandruff Jenu An Exquisite Hair Dre!,,,. ' r . .. i. &Co. THE PEOPLES STOREHOUSE Hard maple gome boards, IMlc to $3.93. m. Subject. "How to Express Our Thanks to God." Evening meeting, i nn 7:30. Subject. "Faithfulness." The Rcnenil public is earnestly Invited to all the meetings of this church. Read Hebrews 10. 25. Psalms 27, 40. I'siilms 122-1. T. It. Rgerton, pastor. Methodist I :ilscoiul Church Sunday school, 10 a. m.. A. J. Owen, superintendent; sermon, 11 a. m.; mmm ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

PAGK THREF latchless Offerings tiO!lteX(DRl REORGANISATION OF I TIIK GREAT COMPANIES.' jN ALL DEP Alv I aiB,n i o prices Sharply Reduced New Securities and OM Bring Its; Capitalization I n to Eight Hundred : Seventy-nw Mlllnon Dollan A- J proxlmalrlr Enormous and Un precedented Volume of Ckirtcal Work Required to Record the j There is only One SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS , Wlck taffeta silks, t-2 '. apodal at Genuine-SyrUp Of FigS, " .s .5c r MLY EAST OKEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, I04. IiTOBACGO COIIHE , ...rantprO Muck taffeta silks, S1.A0 valae tl.3M vJ Cluwge of Front, ttMel. silk, special 0c yd uk taffem "f- P'"""1 "I1 ISc J SALE OF RIBBONS .... j..hi (ami satin aeta rtfcbont, 4 1-3 inches wtf j, all the to-lln shades, spocw Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES teeaseee Monarch Ranges Malleable Lfn and the kind you cannot break. 1 have a lull line 'Ranges, Beaten, both wood and .0081, and 'in- a vile yon 'to sail and examine the same before ujing. t...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

l PAGE FOUR. -h foist (jSteaij AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. lublLhed every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the EAST OKKGONIAN PUIILISHING ; COMPANY.. HUilBCltlPTION HATKS. Daily, one year, by mall $5.00 I DAILY EAST OREGOXTAK. PEyPLBTTON. OREGON, SATURDAY, NO-EMBER 19, 1P04. PAnj 2.50 I ltoily, tlx months, by mall... Daily, three months, by mall I tally, one month, by mail Weekly, one year, by mail Weekly, six months, by mail Weekly, four mouths, by mall ttemi-Weekly, one year, by mall.... Heml-Weekiy, six mouths, by mall.. Semi-Weekly, three months, by mail. Member Scrlpps-McKae News Association, j The Knst Oregon lan Is on sale at B. H. Klcb's News Htanda at Hotel Portland and I Hotel Perkins. Tortland, Oregon. j ' San Francisco ltureau, 408 Fourth Rt. j Chicago Bureau. IMJi. Security ltiillriinjr. i Washington, 1). C, Jtureau, 301 14th WU, K. W. Telephone Main 11. Bnterttf t .Fendleton I'ostofflce as second- ; . class mutter. a rafre If It Is suggested that the po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

e AILT KABT ORBOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1804. PACES- no Hc Bakes You . cure, made by Dr. Klin"" Root, the great kid ney, liver and blad .1 remedy. L It is the great med M ical triumph of the nineteentn discoveredafter years . II 1 1 Iff? i r'hv Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney ana ! ,nd i wonaenuiiy ?f oromptlv curing lame back Crt i of the bladder ! jS? which fa the worat "feawamootfanotrec I .IrvtliiH but if yon have '"J bUu leV trouble it will be ''rremy need. It haa toiS J in bo91p! itotea.111 10 ' o-rtice. and haa .W - LEC , in every case that a SEII&TE CONTESTS BATTLES COMING IN THK NEXT 'LEGISLATURES. Twenty-SU Senators to Be Elected This Winter, a Great Majority of Whom Will Be Chosen With Con- trovers? Vigorous Battles W1U Be Witnessed In Eight States Califor nia, Wisconsin, New Jersey and In diana Will Be the Scenes of Bitter Fight. , Jwssful in every case in WiSSSS tai been made by T n rulers ol tins , -- 1"",it mav have a sample Washington, D. ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

I ! i1' t I MUST H 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 GO I C LOSING nhTL A Statement TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOM ERS: We wish to say this sale Is not a deception. 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. l 8 for a suit for a man; grey r, .checked, medium weight, worth $6.00; our former price, IS. 00; sale price only ,.. $2.98 - - - Sf-W T : ' - I Our buyer has overstocked us with seasonable merchandise. Many bills are due.. WE MUST PAY THEM. That we may raise $8,000.00 in the next 30 davs we have decided to make a "T...

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. — 19 November 1904

DALLY EAST OREUONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER It, 104. PAGE SEVEN. --- I. order to increased trade, we hove established Our Own Delivery e our own wagons and horses and are not dependent system. Our now wagons will soon arrive, but In moving to our new store our trade has Increased 1m- fTsnd we appreciate our customers' patronage, and are In """-jMon than ever to serve them. Highest class of goods at letttr prices. STANDARD Grocery Company Corner Court and Johnson Streets. johnny-on-tlie-Spot-Dellvery. r W" "' CITY BREVITIES it c. Ridr. Get sunny. po registers at Wlthee'e. si line Stetson hats at Roosevelt s. 1H todies' Gloria shoes at Boose- t children's long coats at Wh't. hotbtll. Thanksgiving, Football. U, CI'. -' Pendleton. tybn t satisfaction at How- Li formerly Bees' cigar store. .Dmm nan fnr nle of WaB k Renrd paid (or return to this IW St George restuarant, open bind night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl- Ito real swell nut brown stiff Mi h the correct shape are at Sul- ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

...L DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 19Q4, TEH PAGEa. PAGE EIGHT. ""!" TWO KINDS OF CHILDREN Children that grow too fast and those that seem hardly to grow at all, both need Scott's Emulsion. It gives that rich vital nourishment which is the secret of all healthy growth. It rounds out the long limbs, and helps children to grow without using up all their strength in growing. Mothers ought to know more about the wonderful help which Scott's Emulsion would give their children. " W ill Mad you a aamplt free upon request. SCOTT BOWNE, o Paul Strati, New York. LAZY LIVER MI flad OuemU no good that I would aot be 'wiUoQl fth. I m troablad great dtel with tor!4 llrar ud hdtuta. Now ttnee taking Caarata CiBdy Cathartic 1 teal vary macta tatter 1 Mrtainlr neommanl them to njr frUatU M (h ik mdteln I orcr ao." iM Stt., Otbom Mill tfo. a. Fat. Elrtr, Mm. Beat For i n 1 .fjr invuoweis a .Waaaaat, PaU-Ublts, PoMnt, Tut Oood. Do flood, Mmr Slekn, Wetkn or Grip. Mc. ...

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. — 19 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PBJnMJn-QX, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER It, 104. I PAGES. PAGE KINK. .MONG THE UAUHAJNUiiS OF THE INLAND EMPIRE j I two"" : , mrbett, duugmo iiMT Huntsvl.le.dled PllW residence Bt tha,t I108, tiroliy " . n o'clock of la Ho"' 1 , ,.ed 15 years KL p"fum"nLa:. "flai took '"Iv'at 2:30 P- m' Inter' V the Waltsburg cemetery, irf ' . .hi. cltv. officiating. Ber " k . under the dl- Cn". the dl- r4t"Lly atteiKled. as the f-' , Z a univeml favorite. Kfbeen of only two weeks. r'imy H Is 'd that there 1 of the students of rlSSS down with this dread tfLt Wend, of the family if' this city attended the ll Z Cornett More here fcTuesday.-Dayton Courier- r , In Land Values. - W Turner, who was In l.r Friday. nuui. BW . . ,1.. aniil h b rnnnh i,,, t bad reroiiuj . fJufW""'01'' condoling of sev- L Miner sections. i - -1 man for a consideration of f?. ..0nr or 114.000 for the U tract of 1120 acres. The Bale I m land at tne price him . -LilWitntlon of the rapid Increase if land value...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 November 1904

httH A Ten Strike Fathers If you Insist on tuning good coffee for breakfast, and will have something -worth drinking, 70a Want to buy "OUR 400 BLEND" coffee. You can hardly ex pect something that will taste good from browned peas. Ask your wives and Daughters to remember this brand, la strong and pungent. It assortment of fancy, decor ated semi-porcelain just re ceived, that we have dis played In our window at 10 Cents There are platters, forks, bowls, pitchers, etc, all In fancy decorations. The "biggest tilings yet." A CHANCE ON THE LARGE DOLL IN THE WINDOW WITH EVERY 50C PURCHASE. OWL TEA HOUSE The first of a series of dancing teas for the San Souce Club on Mon partles given by the Revelers, was day evenlllff- given at Music Hall Thursday even- The Musl(.al C)ub hca their second ing. All attempts at decorating, as meellne this afternon at the home of I M I "NO PROOF." Game Warden Steele Bays People Do Not Back Up Their Complaints. Deputy Oame Warden O. F. Steele Is in Pendleton t...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 November 1904

r DAILY EVENINGEDITION . i that the WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Tuesday, rain. r M 1 's PENDLETON, OltEf.OX, MOMaV, NOV EM HElt 21, 1004 NO. 5210. - , nm aw. 1 - m M am 1 .it l7- SI lirSHIDS body. The police came to the con clusion that murder had been com mitted. He told of the quarrel of the prevloas day and the girl's refusal to allow Young to go to Europe. Also of the disappearance of J. Mnrnn Smith and wife after the discovery of the place where the revolver was purchased.! .Attorney Makes an Im .. Plfia for Her Ac- flMUi'S TOKMEIl Ura lSNOT ON TRI AL. Lh. Been 8caprgo.it, n - i Dat That lias fcCaae Agsliwt Her Attorney pSt Moat Be Tried oa the Mor t to fliiurgeitIler Relations B Toanc Are Recounted and .jlfcjd Mottves for the Murder .Itonxighly Tluwdied Out Hatband VHn Her. i To Nov. SI. An outline of mplt'i cue against Nan Patter ... nMMHtMl In the iiirv todav Uiunt Attorney liand, who. told LttliUom of the defendant and Uohnaker, and dwelt inpnn al i gucm which the prosecu...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 November 1904

. I ... . DAXLY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 81. 10. EIGHT PAGE TWO. - t Xo Gambling devices tu catch trade. We veil (lie lowest. : Frederick Nolf ! & Co. 5 THE PEOPLES STOUEIIOl'SE Hard maple mine boards, WOc tu 3.95. i Iron miikoiis, A."ic to $:t.9." Velocipedes, 2.:ts lo S2.95. Smull linn Curls. Il:lc to 8.V. t School Books and 1 School Supplies TOO MANY BOOKS TIMELY DISCISSION OP . SCHOOL ROOK QUESTION. Public School ronrae Contains no Many Studies ami Itcqulres so Many IhHiks That Poor Children Are Of ten IroiMUrl Eroni Going to School Suite Should Furnish Hooks, or the Number or Similes lteiliicel. The following timely eonimunicn tlon on the school book question, pub lished In the Salem Journal, Is worthy of being reproduced. It deals with u subject on which the Eust Orefroiilnn has commented repeatedly. The com munication Is as follows: Editor Journal: 1 desire to express I my views In a few words, through your "Open Forum" regarding our ' public sc...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 November 1904

Matchless unermgs IN ALL DEPAKTMENTS prices Sharply Reduced SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS ill FREIGHT GRLWS O. K. X. SYSTEM IS Rl SHED ntced black taffeta sifts, $1.35 value, special at I5e yd quality guaranteed Mack taffeta silks, 1.50 value f 1.10 yd Wc yd adsi at ...-.-btockurfeta-lk."!" Mack UllMa sflk, guaranteed special 75c yd SALE OF RIBBONS -nt double faced satin taffeta rWbons, 4 1-2 Inches rtle, in U " te",'n ,"lde,,, 8Pe!,,,, 1,0 Td Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES AS NEVER BEFORE. We Paid $ 1 00,000 For Liquozone I Grande Divlxlon Is Now Working j 40 Freight Engines, Greater j This Company, liter testing Liquo Xumhcr Than Was VneA When the 1 tone for two years in the most difficult Vnlon Pacific Had the Road lml ' G . diseases, paid $100,000 fpr the American rignts. mat is vj lar uic Yet We Give You a 50c. Bottle Free of scientific and chenv 12 Years Ago Lumber, Coal, Ore, Wheat, Merchandise and Oriental Shipments Make Vp the Traffic. 1 highest price ever paid ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 November 1904

: 1 I 1 l DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 31, 104. PAGE FOUR. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternoon (except 8anday) at 1'endletou, OtegoD, by tbe EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUUSCHIITION BATES. Halty, oue year, by tiiall Dally, ilx mouths, by mall Ikally, three months, by mall Ittlly.one mouth, by mall Weekly, one year, by mail Weekly, six months, by mail Weekly, four mouths, by mall Hesal-Weekly, one year, by mall.... Seal-Weekly, six months, by mall.. Semi Weekly, three months, by mall. (3.00 , 2..TO , 1.23 . .50 1 99 '. !fb , 2.(10 ,. 1.00 . .60 .. NO DICTATOR YET. The Morning Tribune, of this city, In Us extremity of partisan narrow ness, says, In an' effort to applaud President Roosevelt, that the presi dent expects to take an active part In the election of United States senators in several different states this win ter. The president would severely re buke such sentiment, were It enter- what modesty Is. Of course, they don't reali...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 November 1904

PAGES. DAILY EAST OREUONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAV, NOVEMBER 1, 104. FAGE FIVE. gtOHT Henderson Corsets yAV01UTK8 OF THE FAIR 8KX. EVERY PAHl GUARANTEED. pUPLKX UNBREAKABLE gTEELS. . U-EIX.DRESSED WOMEN WEAK THEM. FOR SALE ONLY AT t riCNDKSON fcskion flip (br&ets. Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets j .tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttti ' PERSONAL MENTION CITY BREVITIES n C. Rader. Get sunny. Oib registers at Wlthee's. All dms goodB at cost at leutscn m. BU line Stetson hats at Roosevelt 8. 11.50 ladies' Gloria shoes at Koose- Attend the big sale at Teutseh s. nwlll do you good. Football, Thanksgiving, Football. Biker CI'" vs. Pendleton. imolcers get satisfaction at How- irls, formerly Hees' cigar store. Tre a salr of our Bunker Hill shool shoes. A doll free at Teutsoh's. The SI George restuarant, open ky uid night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl-tom. Thoie real swell nut brown stiff kin In the correct shape are at Sul Iftin t Bond's. Jilt received by express all the m ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 November 1904

"ft PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER SI, EIGHT PAGBj. THE FISH TRADE WORKS 10 WHS eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee" '4 maw WORLD'S SALMON SUPPLY FROM PACIFIC COAST. Since the Industry Was Started on the Pacific Coast In IMa, of 55,000,000 Cases of Salmon Valued at 222, 00,000 Have Been Marketed For- An Old Medicine Appears in a New Guise. ! ... i i: f ! ty-rive Per Cent of the Entire Pack U Sold In the United States Salmon Commit Suicide When Four Years Old if Not Killed Before Reaching That Age. Nearly all of the world's supply of uuincu mimon is packed on the Pa cific coast, and since the business was organised In a methodical manner In lss about 55.000,000 cases, worth about $220,000,000. have been packed and sold on the market. More than IS, 000,000 cases have been packed on the Columbia river, 1,000,000 cases In Alaska, 10,000,000 cases In British Columbia and 5. 00,000 on Puget Sound. For the first few years the Sacramento river had a monopoly of the busin...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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