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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 November 1904

EAST HHKIMIMAS, I'KNPLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER St, I sot. FAQB THRF" all I llco rice 53 chleSS vnci 11150 ..ALL DSPAMm- CK TAFFETA SILKS f ttff'" '"" ,s ,"e' "pectol " U 5c yd r'i' " $1 50 T",oe Lie r fl.iM yd "n ... special 75c yd 5 OF RIBBONS , . taffeta ribbons, 4 1-J Inches RANG E IS DECAYING MOKE LIMITED OITIH'T OF CATTI.E EACH YEAR. Veteran Stockman of Chicago Speaks of the Narrowing Range Area of tlie Went and the Consequent Shortage of Pat Stock on tlie Mar kets Urges Use of Better Sires Says the Dairy Blood Is Too Strong In Mont Cattle Sent to Mar ket Heavier Breeds In Demand. 51 Sander Dept. Store LJ U givers of best values iilMMMttttTTT anurnt I IM mm k I ilL " Unit ST fff APEST ,a& Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind you cannot break. I have a full line f Ranges, Heaters, both wood and coal, and In Ttte yon to call and examine the same before uylng. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man scarcity of commercial cattle In prob able,' he nald. "High prices two yea...

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. — 24 November 1904

P AGS FOUB. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 84, tM. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternoon (except Bandar) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST OKEGOMAX PCBUSHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Dully, one year, by mall 15.00 Dally, alx months, by mall 2 50 lially. three montha. by mall 125 bally.one month, by mall so weekly, one year, by mall 1.30 Weekly, alz months, by mall 75 weekly, four montha, by mall 50 Beml-Weekly, one year, by mail 2.0 Beml-Weekly, all mouths, by mall... 1.00 Beml-Weekly. three montha, by mall.. .50 Member Scripps McKaa News Association. POWER FOR GOOD HAS BEEN IN- ! CREASED. In the first place, dues It aeem to you that your fellow -cltiiens. taken as a whole, are better contented than I Dan Anthony, Kansas' Fighting Editor 'trust and which results in American . nmde goods being sold abroad for , less than to home consumers. The proposed reconimendutlon of President Roosevelt should be tin en 1 terlng wedge. Boise Capital ...

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. — 24 November 1904

B3QHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREUONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 104. PAOB YOUR rays! made. Prompt Delivery In order to better serve our customers and care for oar largely Increased trade, we have established Our Own Delivery We have oar own wagons and horses and are not dependent on the general system. Our new wagons will soon arrive, bnt In the 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. Higaest class of goods at regular prices. STANDARD Grocery Company Corner Court and Johnson Streets. i Johnny-on-tlie-Spot-De livery. CITY BREVITIES ion taut I. BaUdim, cftt ontr inmeict) mite V. a C B ie Fre sstaur C. C. Rader. Get sunny. Ch registers at Withee'. All drew goods at cost at Teutsch's. Big line Stetson bats at Roosevelt's. fl.(0 ladies' Gloria shoes at Roose velt's. Ice cream and soda every day at the Delta. Attend the big sal...

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. — 24 November 1904

EIGHT PASES. DAILY KAOT ORXGON1AN, PKJTDLKTOl, OREGON, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER X. AGS BIX. WLXaKI .ause of Many j Sudden Deaths, i;m a disease prevailing in this roost dangerous because so uecep- l tive. fldanysmuien ' deaths are caused i by it heart dia- ae, pneumonia. I heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease. If Lidnev trouble is ; allowed toadvance 1 tliekidney-poison-ed blood will at- ie vital cnvans, causing catarrh of ulder, or the kidneys themselves down and waste away cell by celL Ider troubles almost always result i derangement of the kidneys and : is obtained Quickest by a proper .. oentof thckiuneys. If you are feel idly you can make no mistake br gDr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the kidney, liver and bladder remedy, corrects inability to hold urine and ing pain in -passing it, and over- that unpleasant necessity of being jelled to go often through the day, to get up many times during the X. The mild and the extraordinary rt of Swamp-Root is soon realized, ...

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. — 24 November 1904

RIGHT PAGES. ORTOONIAK. PENDLgTU.V, ORHGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 104. PASS BSTVEK. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE . i . ..nit Ttaad. . Lvnch a gonaut. who died r buHed th" a" TiiiVn. born In Oshkosh 1839 He was thererore no V He was one of those who 1" J .Vmi.erte to California In min " O"B0 on th. t.d. , coming h t psCT uiw". Flor. 11 " h nlacer mined lm" until 1872. in nt: r,red to summer in the diggings on the nfW ..ten io. u-.,lke. Ta- ,m he togetiin id man Tnbor, and O. O. Benson, SEVi mine. The location ,.ed to lapse and Lynch re Zri to Placer mining In various 1m o( the camp. and Andy Dewar of Sumpter. wl(d .he Amazon mine on the Iatthtr lode, selling oui m Za Oolconda fame. Since then tynch has Intermittently engaged .pUcCT and quart! m.m... imf K' n,i1 anoculntinn SSI tlsiDer cruianis -----7HM lands. He died possessed of Collie umber lunds and some min ing sock Sumpter imuy miner. u.n U'alla Hoys Killed. i..i ramrlll and August Welti, lilU Valla boys, aged respe...

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. — 24 November 1904

C1GHT rACfe, PACK EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THI KSOAY, XOTEMBEH . Port Arthur Tias rhen a attracted a great -deal Attention of lata, but tew more Japanese sheUs drop into It and it Has Fallen into the band of the .enemy, we may attrast your attention ions enough te oonvtnce -yaa them in onl) De ifsae flavored, strong exsBee namely CB tOO BLEND." A NEW SHIPMENT of the .celebrated Preach H. V., hand-painted chiaa toes reached ate. The roeea are o real that by looking claae ffn might imagine you aw them grow. Ask to aee the chop plate, salad bowl .or chocolate set. The values in china are bet ter thia pear .than tor three aea- NOSHING HOIK WK AK SOW DOING OCR OWN DEL1VKKDMS, AND raOKISE TOC QUICK SEB.VKE. OWL TEA HOUSE HUH H. X .TI1 XMAV 4K1T ELEVEN LIVE BIRDS. Srmcai -Shoot-otts" Necessary la Settle Some Very Close Scores WselElght Events, Won Reapect lardy, by Stlllmau, .Ferguson, Mark ham, Sewell, Wake and Spence allium Won Three Events and tla? Special. J Excel...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 November 1904

)l a Zmrrr I dailyeveningeditidn fssSS7ln,ea that r.isT M nearly i ,h u cut PENDLETON, OttEfiOX, FIJI DAY, NOVJ2MMEH' 23. 1i4. NO. 5214. I 1 IS Ton,ht Saturday rain. - mmmm . a r .'i t t its Will Inhuman Treat- y il a oan nanw- L, Man b'v Students. U1 ...... tsin w sews BOCCHT Br RELATITES. , Bnmmnl ir Hsattng .a Swapped Im Help- . , (Mr His Legs Sssomt Was Sound fefcd an Tossed Helpless , fas oT Wommi students. DROPPED DEAD. Somnambalrst bora His Last Start at Walking. Chicago, Nov. 25. Sydney Gfc-ason. who has be ill four months, while delirows, tarty this morning; Evaded his brother, ho was watching at his bedside, an made his way to toe street clothed only in his ur.derwear. While wafting up Third street the sick man was hailed by James Hogart, wlw took him for a somnambulist, season started as though Ihit a heavy blow, and dropped dead. TSKCE1YER APWWNTED. Davenport National liarHc Hag nosed Ita Dam. Washington, IX c, -Nov. 25. Te Big; Bend National Sank at Duw port, Wash., was...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 November 1904

I i i DAILY EAST OREGOMAX, PEVDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER . 104- EIGHT PACE TWO. i tion. 9 I ! J Tio Gambling dericr to catch ; trade. sell tlie lowest. 2 ! i t Frederick Nolf & Co. THE PEOPLES STOREHOUSE Hard niale panic boards. BOc to s.:. Iron wagons. oc to $3.15 Velocliiedes. 82.29 to J.3. Small Iron Carts. 6:ic to 83c. School Books and I1: School Supplies t GEVERAL NEWS. 1 f of the cleaning up of stacks in the More than 430. u0 turkeys were , hands of the trade caused by the ex necessary to supply the Thanksgiv- ceptionally cold weather experienced' mg demand this year in New Tork last winter. ty With a large consumption of wool Cecil Martin had his back broken facing the trade, and with supplies and sustained other injuries in a run- ! reduced to such low limits, there is away at Payette. Idaho, a few days increased anxiety as to where they are : ago. 1 to obtain sufficient stock to meet the The middennes and excessive vol- . f their usual customers ome of the snow fa...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 November 1904

PACES- 1LT EAST OREfiOMAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER M, 104. PAGE THRE OGHT prices bharpiy it"-" rilk, sr1 at back e tw. "Mooeeeee.... OS .tchless Offerings & ALL DEPARTMENTS lg BLACK TAFFETA JULAS Mack taffeta allVs, 1.8 ralue, special at c yd . nareatrrd black taffeta atlka, US Trine .0 yd j H ... i-i uw m . . 75c yd adk, guaranteed special SALE OF RBSONS jo.Mo laced taffeta ribbons, 1-J Inches lc yd 1 U4-.n.rv pvanaer ueui. oiurc THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind jou cannot break. I hare a full line f Ranges, Beaten, both mod and coal, and in vite yon to call and examine the same before uytng. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man B. F. BECK anitary Plumber 807 Cottonwood Street NEW IDEAS m . useful household articles that are a big lmprove- ut 01a style. DELPHOS LONG HANDLE DUST PAN f fret to swing In any direction. No bending over In THE DELPHOS OIL CAN f" t never overfilled. Air tight and easy to take oil npplnt of can and no spilling o...

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. — 25 November 1904

PAGE FOUR. DAILY EAST OREGOMAN, PENDLETOW. OREGOJl. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1M- AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. FablUhed eTery afternnon (except 8undy) at rendletuo, Oregon, by tlie HAST OREGOX1AX PUBLISHING 1 COMPANY. nothing stem or solemn In this home religion; nothing of that rigid and unvarying discipline. It is rather a religion of tenderness and gratitude, j The dead are remembered as If they ! were actually present In the body j j STAYIV AFTER SCHOOL. Jlst look at me a-sittin' here, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. fctir. one year, by mail Vmij. mix months, by aiall lily, three months, by mall tally one month, by mail ekly, one year, by mall Wtekly, six mouths,' by mail akly. four months, by mail.... 9mk- Weekly, one year, by mall emi-tttekly. six nontbs. by -Weekly, three months, by mail . ...93.00 Because the American navy com- prises but half as many officers and ! men as the English. French and Ger- I A-staytn after school. I'm innercent uv doln' wrong, I never broke no rule. Jlst 'fore the time ...

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. — 25 November 1904

X: EIGHT DADLT EAST ORE4JONIAW. PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 104. paoh im v t I 4 prompt Delivery In order to better serve our customer and ears for ear ly Increased trade, we have established Our Own Delivery We hare our owe wagesis and horses and are not dependent the general system. Our new wagons will soon arrive, but In meantime we "g. Since moving to our new store our trade has increased Im- messelr and we appreciate our customers' patronage, and are In er position than ever to serve them. Highest class of goods at regular prices. PERSONAL MENTION STANDARD Grocery Company Corner Court and Johnson Streets. johnny-on-the-Spot-Dellvery. Z CITY BREVITIES D. C. Rader. Get sunny. Cub registers at Withee'e. Big line Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. S N udies" Gloria shoes at Roose velt let cream and soda every day at Ot Delta. free lessons In art needlework at Km Carlton's, at Hasbrouck's. smokers get satisfaction at How ard's, formerly Rees" cigar store. Try a pair of our Bun...

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. — 25 November 1904

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGOMAX. PETXPUCTON, ORBOOft, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Z&. FAGS SIX. 1 t i f 2 CAME HEAR DYING From an Awful Skin Humour. Scratched Till Blood Rtn. CURED BYCUTICURA On Application Soothed Him to Sloop. Cur Spoody and Pennanont. "Wbei my little boy m about thm WIIX BE -RTTXESSED BY SUNT OFFICIALS. One Team Is Composed of West Point ers, the Other of Annapolis Cadets They Make the Trip to PhJladel labia by Spedal Train Exclusive of Bos Seats There Are Over 18,000 Seats Surrounding the Football Campos. Philadelphia, Pa.. Nov. SS. With the members of both teams in prime ins tribes have been accustomed finding a variety of climate by climb ins mountains. At the base of the mountain the weather is warm and. as they approach the top, the colder weather is encountered. After leaving Manila, the weather began to grow colder and the Fili pinos thought they were climbing a mountain. As the weather got very cold, and as their clothing was very scant, they began to become In...

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. — 25 November 1904

hi DAILY EAST OREOOXIAN, PENDLETO.N, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S5, IM1 PAGE 8 EVEN. TRANSPORTATION LINE8. HOTELS. THE EXCHANGES BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George INLAND EMPIRE GEORGE DARVEAU, Proprietor. -r PAGES- to THE M,nuiu Wools. 'Lr; wool. were .I1 "kie But this year ine L s ' . mi. Indeed. w "'.. ,.ho r"i com: l-. " of to J"'- are -T better grown . " . i., nur market re- have tnken them onulSrturers " ....m that. A T. conic"' "?. ,..ho wools should KJlrettO.ieytothegrow- ' Than they actually um. " bad or even worse 1u " ...i vear. Last 5ear tW .ore very heavy T .horter than ome . - n(.h w." . nd more desiraDie ler oo-o he state neVer "".r", Oregon, but P "EJ T state, will Produce ",".!.. or still better. " im than they have "'V : ... i,liihle t is aDsoiuij ,. shepherd s Bui- Ll? iti Arretted. I ,.m Omaha. say. tmw resident of Sumpler: A I1 .... nleht arrested ecnpll on jowrp" a depth of 614 feet and operations have suspended until the arrival of...

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. — 25 November 1904

1 PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOKIAK. PEJfDLETOX, OBBOOS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER . ' 3GHT Port Arthur has attracted a (real deal f attention of late, bat when a tew more Japanese shells dros lnu It and U Has Fallen Ints the bands of the enemy, we eiay attract your attentioa Ions enough to convince you there ia only only one fine flavoaad, stroog entfee namely OCK du BLEXB." iiiiiiiiiiiiiminnit A NEW SHIPMENT of the eelebrated French T. A Y hand-painted china haa reached us- The rosea aae so real that .by looking close fou might Imagine yon saw .them (TOW. Ask ' to see the chop plate, salad bowl x chocolate set. The -values In china are bet ter this year lhan for three sea- LAST BLOCKHOUSE IS MAJOR JHOORIlOrSE. RE. TU RNS FROM SHERIDAX. ' !fnrrl Ewrileot Virwanrf the 'Cher ished this morning were Frank Kin two days for drunkenneses. aad-1 McDonald, five days for vagrancy. TWO ARRESTED. tlmrand WHh SicsUng John barn's Outfit. Charles Stickler and Otis Frank lin, arrested last week In Canyon 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. — 26 November 1904

1! ,H& -(ftSA I DA1LYEVENINBEDITI0N ssssSrned that t I !IrUche. nearly all WEATHER FORECAST. ?LZI tooth to cut. in" - Tonight and Sunday cloudy with probably occasional light rain. PEXDLETOX, OKEC.OX, S ATI' 15 DAY, MJVEMNEK 5, 1!M)4. NO. 5215. I MONTHS 1 FQR BftLLIETJ City's Famous Write; jSSJgGNKD FOR TOTAL. U ft. Trial ResolO! : 1" Con- a frndu)Pa 4-se -oi ra LfrWatnid a Srcnd Trial Vtmilrdi Wis Guilt LarJTp by His reIiar Mh- i oaster of a "Million on aa of TWtriy Thousand write rp pendleton. Pilot Kock Record Suggests That rsmtograssi of Vmatilla Ortchrl- shea Be Printed in That Paper. Aa a means of offsetting the effect the payment by the city council of Pilot Rock the sum of $50 for an alleged write-up of the city, the Pilot Rock Record suggests a dire revenge which will be visited upon Pendle ton. The following notice from the i last issue ot the Record la explana- n Will l.mrwl0': rroniUtC " -The Pilot Rock Record has In S.r.-UWno- nniiwr. contemplation the publication o...

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. — 26 November 1904

r. .. . 1 PAGE TWO. PAILT EAST OREGO.ViAX. PETOLETOX. OREGOX. SAT! RRAT. .NOVEMBER i- I- -I. ' , " " I ' i I I ALS. X .. Atti 'Hi. No Gambling devices to catch , X 1 trade. We sell the lowest. j ECHO MOVEMENTS Frederick Nolf & Co. i 2 the rEori.Es STonEnorsE J : : i Hard niaple game boards, 90c ' 1 to S.5. BC- D.UfiHTK.R IIORV TO MR. J AM) MRS. JARMAN. : Affairs of III? Mcadou Stuck llkiii4 J Association An- Closed l"p mniO ' Hi-mi More slicep Dip " ' Tltoiiiisuii Yat Young Son of Thomas Rntwsfk'ld Is Now Out of ( Rmurer Uoliert suitifk'M Installing ; a Xi'n Hay Cutting Machine on His : Foster Ranch. Iron naeoiK 9.V- to $3.5 VelorliMHlrs. S2.3II to S2.95. Small Iron Carts. 63c to fioc. School Books and School Supplies i GENERAL NEB'S. f 232 county offices In Idaho, the democrats this fall Rot '21. Of the 21 ; counties in the state. 12 went repub- ! lican for every office voted upon. More than SOOfl women are em- ; ployed in the various government of- fices In Washington. 21'44 o...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 26 November 1904

"Mt.t KACT OnBtiONlAH. frimpLBTOSt OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER S, 1M4. PAGE THREr at 10 a. m , I. K. Earl, superintendent Rpworth League at t:S0. led by Misa Keed. topic, -Our Responsibility to Cuba." To are welcome to these W.'G. U MEETS CHURCHES VI i services, M. V. Howard, tumnr. irrJSS' i A Jl Owen, su- "junior League. S P- rn. T e I so p- m-: 'ven,n M"'. . . .r meeting U 14 ThirtaV evening. ..10. , inriuUon i extenoea ... A"1 Rrt Warner, pastor. rtmrrh Morning rW""T7 ,o Sermon. "ThanKS W Y Cltlsen.hlp" Sunday Lm "d p s. C. E. at M'- L i T:30. The open !W r 30 The LflJie' Aid ao kriTioid a meeting of J Import- tl lecture room. Monday. ,a u ... ni, nnm meet- lTtilv evening at "0. hi tl.te.tan tHn - Sunday ... nrPflcniTlR. i - ' ..h of rle. on Hebrew.: k .., Kaa. P- m.; Uljreni - ,n m . Lsrttnf- ..,.. Praver Kandrpr-eeWedne.- ' evenlns. Everyday coram.., IJ p v h i;moks. naa- . .. new Leonard T mill siak l bo,n morning Qwntaf services. Tn"ff ho r" km will nni m n even Il-rnce. Le' ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 26 November 1904

A 1 f ! ft PAGE FOCR. DAILY EAST ORECOMAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATCRDAT, XOVEMRER 2, 104. TT3T AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pasilshed every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton. Oregon, by to tVST OUEGOX1AX PUBUSHIXG COMPANY. SlTHSCIiUTlOX RATES. Dally, one year, by mail Swily, stx months, by mall 9nt.v. three nuinttui. by mail nally.une montn. by mail neealy. one year, by mail Weekly, nix months. by mail ' Weekly, fttur months, by mail eml-Weekly, one year, by mall.... Heml". eekly. six month.' by mall., avail-weekly, three months, by mall. .13.00 . 2 40 . 1.25 . .50 . 1.50 . .75 . .50 . 2 ii . 1.00 . .50 ember Serlpns Vlcltae Newa Association The Kast Oresonlan ! nn m rt it klrH's News Stands at Hotel Portland and wetei i-ersina. I'ortlana. Oregon. have boya and girls menaced by these necessarily going; wrong, as there Is ' places, should take steps to close certain fascination through the llb them. If such dives and Joints exist cr,y enjoyed and lack of restraint It, . i . was-not ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 26 November 1904

- V rrs packs. AELY ACT OKBGQMAX, PENDLETON. OREGON. 8ATCRDAY. NOVEMBER M, 104. taqm warn, 1 KM MMMOMMMMXMMMMMMO HELIX iPPEIHS F UMhTI OF A New Indust Matchless Offerings IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Prices Sharply Reduced ARE PREPARING FOR THE HOME TALENT DRAMATIC DORCAS SOCIETY WILL GARMENT MAKING ADDF.l COMING CITY ELECTION, COMPANY IN VIEW HOLD A FAIR ON DEC. IS. THE LIST OF PENDLEON SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS S-lnch guaranteed bUck taffeta silks, $13 value, special at 5c yd 36-Inch extra quality guaranteed black taKeta silks, $1.50 value special at $.t0 yd T.V ralue black taffeta silk, special at 0c yd (1.00 value black taffeta jllk, guaranteed special TSc yd 1 SALE OF No. 80 all silk double faced mtln wide. In all tlie leading shades, Alexander THE GIVERS OF B. F. BECK Sanitary Plumber 807 Cottonwood Street m..,....,,,..,,.,........1,,...,ii..w...1iiiiiiiiiiuiliHiilntttHlitillltiltttltliilllliiilUililiit t iTTTVTVTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTvTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVrvTTTTTT?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 26 November 1904

... A . nor at tees k - t i -S !li I ' - i l i ! ' ! THE PERPETUAL WAR There is always a fight oing on in every human ody between health and dis ase. On one side are poor rod, bad air, over-work, rorry, colds, accidents. On he other are sunshine, rest, heerfulness and nourish ment The reason Scott's Emul ion fights so powerfully for lealth is because it gives so nuch more nourishment than rou can get in any other way. Set in the sunlight and try scott's Emulsion. Wt'U and raa ample tree upon rcquett 1COTT a BOWKK, 409 M Sum, New York. PDLESI Im yr ago lau April I becta taking I'McueH v oM4ttioB. In thm eoarae of wk I aaltccd (to pita kpr to dittppeAT and at tha end of nx mu taar uitl not truabl Be M all. CaucftjvM don woadn for . I am tDtirely cured and 1 lis a mmm bm." fiaors kzydaz, Kapoiaon. O. I V n -a GOING OUT OF BUSINESS My stock MUST be reduced ami Is now offered at less than regular prh'cs. I-ots of articles are going at cost. It will py anyone to come ami see Joe llnsler f...

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