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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 26 November 1904

. DAILY EAST OREUOXIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1641 PAGE SEVEN. 3 8 i i i I I I prompt Delivery PERSONAL MENTION to bettor serve our customers and , ,.1 trade, we lv established cure for onr Our Own Delivery w b,, our own wagons and horses and are not dependent Our new wagons will soon arrive, but In ... n-ral system, loving to our ne.v store our trade lias Increased Im- . . .nnreclate our customers' patronage, and are In ".,! ever to serve them. Hlg.iest class of goods at letter poffluon U, prices. 4 t STANDARD Grocery Company Corner Court and Johnson Streets. johnny-on-the-Spot-Dellvery. CITY BREVITIES !C t Kader- Get sunny. & KElstera at Withee's. Si, dm stetson hats at Roosevelt's. (Hi laolea Uiona wma ll-.l . let cream and soda every day at i Delta. Uvtrooaeen "Our Darling" dol!S7 1st bener. Koirs toy more. s lift books, bound In leather. mock. Kolfs book store. ( lesxmi In art needlework at l Carlson's, at Hasbrouck's. broken fet satisfaction at How- fct ...

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. — 26 November 1904

1104. TEN i 5 JfOVEMBER ! A- Woiqsb u Wen as Ren Are lads Riseralile bj Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble prey upon the mind, discourages and lessensamuiti on; beauty, vigor ana cnceriui nese soon disappear when the kidneys arc ' out of order or dis eased. ' Kidney trouble has I become so prevalent that it is not nncom ' mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of thediffi cnlty is kidnev trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a hahit as most people suppose. Women as well as men aie made miser able with kidnev and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of cmiDoiit n...

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. — 26 November 1904

PACE NINsS. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETOA, ORBOON, 6ATl'RDAi-. NOVEMBF.U t. 104. fgH PACKS. HOTELS. fulONG THE EXCHANGES BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAC, Proprietor. TRANSPORTATION LINES. lilnlio 1 . -1 1 Reform . ., irtiiho Reform 1 ,ru.S,r' , n St. Anthony Wed- .sool " -.sr 3H. to formally "'I .... hil,li..K fom tne con m " . iii ,he affair The " T. no completed and w" occupa" 8 11,6 furn"Ure e . J 1 IK. rLre1e;,eaurHntendent.nd , of the school, a gettlnK reaily I"".: In hoped, re now at St for the open Mill be worn President Cala- will be entirely remodeled, and the auditorium seated with opera chairs, a good stage erected, etc. The west room of the building will be fitted up for the overflow crowd, awaiting the end of a performance, before be ing admitted to the theater. Boise Capital Xews. ""jthV board, said this morning Idnot say how many pu- .1 la be for the ce-lns. I""";!! from letters he had re- "Ttf imp"-10" that fl" I'd n...

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. — 26 November 1904

turn PAGE TEN. IIIIIIIIIMtMl 4-H DAH.! EAST ORKOOMAJf. PEXDLETON. OREGON. SATIRIAY, NOVEMBER M, '- i I 4 ; l i .i Port Arthur has attracted a great deal of attention of late, but when a few more Japanese sheila drop Into It and It Has Fallen Into the hands of the enemy, we mar attract your attention Ions enough to convince you there la only only one fine flavored, strong coffee namely "OUR 4M BLEND." A NEW SHIPMENT of the celebrated French T. at V.. hand-painted china has reached us. The rose are so real that by looking clow you might Imagine you saw them grow. Ask to see the chop plate, salad bowl or chocolate set. The values In china are bet ter this year than for three sea- ! SOCIETY iSf EVENTS til 'ii NOTE WE ARE NOW DOING OUR OWN DELIVERING, AND PROMISE YOU QUICK SERVICE. OWL TEA HOUSE TSt WOMEN'S CLUBS Thursday Afternoon Club. The Thursday Afternoon club was entertained on Friday by Mrs. J. Rosa Dickson, Mrs. C. F. Colesworthy and Mrs. Fred Lockley, and was the most delightful...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 November 1904

yEVENlNGEOITION tiniest you hav learned that the ""o" gonlan reaches nearly .11 , deslrle customers, you have Jne- tooth to cut r w 1 Fiji : Al VOL. 1". PENDLETON, OKEliON, M(i)AY, NOVEMIJEll 28. 1904 N)u52G. ! WEATHER-FORECAST. 4 H Jlfl WEBER ROBBED T HE BANK Unexpected Evidence Against the Auburn Youth on Irial for Murder. WS6 BEEN srsrfcCTED ROBBING PLACER 'BANK. Da, nwnl IMssrs In Gwld Found avM Brawadi he Welber Barn Mtr at the Mart ariu"f and Snc- aagri Bank Hold-up 'Brer Perpe- dtei ia the History of California Sober la In Jail A waiting -Trial Isr QaaurflnV' Murder. Assura, Cat, Xov. .28. The stolen auk money has been -found. It was U ap in the Weber barn by Coroner fbejipard. A live-pound lurd can was nil of twenties. Weber was arrested a hn cell by the sheriff for robbery. idolph Weber -has been under sus- Iklon of robbing the Placer County auk ever since -the -murder of his auter, mother, brother and Bister, on Hotember 10, but until this discovery Mblng definite enough t...

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. — 28 November 1904

EIGHT PAGE! BAILT EAST OREGONUN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2. I"- PAGE TWO. ' HOTEL ARRIVALS. DOLLS Hundreds of styles, 1c to 19.00. Viibrcukahle dolls, bisque dolls, Rubber dolls, etc. Fancy nisties. Cups and Saucers LARGE ATTF.N DANCE AT ALL IIOl'SKS OF WORSHIP. K.stltuuicd to lie Over 12(10 Members or the F.luht Pendleton Churches Six of the Irotestunt Churches oiiieinilute Villon Evangelical Meeting Iresbyteriun ami Meth odist Will Pruliulily lie Forced to Jtuild to Accommodate tlie Attend unre All Auxiliary Societies Are Flourishing. New Styles for the Hull days, lllc I p. Curtlllll Stretchers. Two Styles, $1.45 to 2.S3. Tlie J Moving I'ln Style. Frederick Nolff & Co. GENERAL NEWS. Improvements amounting? to $30, MS will be put upon the Tuulllp In dian reservation In Washington this winter. Kidney Dillon, sire of Lou Dillon, queen of trotters, was recently bought by 8. R. Holt, of Indianapolis, for $9080. The Southern Maryland Savings Bank at La Plata, Md was blow...

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. — 28 November 1904

rjGHT FAKES. A1tTKAST ORBGON1AN, PENTjLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1W4. PAGE THRKF Matchless W ALL DEPARTMENTS prices Sharply Reduced SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS t.ncb guaranteed black taffeta slks, $1.25 value, special at 5c yd M-kicb extra quality fuanuateed Mack taffeta silks, fl.M) value special at L2 yd jic rlue black taffeta silk, special at Mc yd flM Talue black taffeta aHk, guaranteed specUl 75c yd SALE OF RIBBONS Ko. 80 all silk double faced satin taffeta ribbons? 4 1-J Inches wide, In all the leadla shades, special , lc yd Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES B. F. BECK Sanitary Plumber 607 Cottonwood Street GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Mgr -stock TMbST be reduced and Is now otfteacd iat :lew than "olar tprleca. Xots of articles are going at cost. It will pay anyone to coinoind see Joe Hauler from now won January first, he Is in it on. low prices. JOE BASLER 1 1 IMaaaeeaasasMOMt I Dissolution en SfJ1 "" ue best that can be bought, at prfcx you "ora. AH nw, up-to-da...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 November 1904

A:.. DAILY EAST OREGOYIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, ' MONDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1H04. EIGHT PAGE FOUR. i j AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the EAST OREGON I AN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oally, one year, by mall 5 00 lally( six months, by mail 2.50 lally, three months, by mall 1.25 imlly.one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 Weekly, six months, by mall 75 Weekly, four months, by mall 50 Semi Weekly, one year, by mall 2. (to Ketui-Weekly, six mouths, by Biall... 1.00 Semi-Weekly, three months, by mall.. .50 Member Bcrlppa Mcltae News Association. The Cast Oregontan Is on sale at It. II. of his policies however. Is worthy of the most profound thought. He draws a picture of the present laud system which should cause legisla tors and thinkers of all. classes to halt. Here In the midst of the settl ed districts of Oregon and In every city are vast Idle tracts of deeded land, held by private owners. The owners c...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 November 1904

PAGES- DAILY EAST OREWNIAW. PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER IS, 1904. PAGB PITB. I I 3 E 1 of V if & Henderson Corsets riV0BlTESOF THE FAIR SEX. PAIR GUARANTEED. pVrtfl UNBEARABLE -PRESSED WOMEN (onsets. Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets PERSONAL MENTION CITY BREVITIES fader. Get sunny. Misters at Wlthee's. KM Stetson hats at Roosevelt'. Udies' Gloria shoes at Koose- ccun ana soda every day at Delta," itncns In art needlework at arlion'i, at Hasbrouck'a. l)ki ft satisfaction at How- fonnerly Bees' cigar store. St Georse restuarant, open utd night. Mrs. Cooper, propri- Int ml swell nut brown stiff the correct shape are at Sul- t Bond's. tied Best section of wheat land Pendleton for 15000. No agents. Put street, Portland. received by express all the ,:ia of aatln taffeta and velvet In at Teutsch s Department bsr chickens, geese and tur- iIk tell same dressed at any all up Charles Hein, 'phone ltii. SHe House and lot; house new, with city water and with com...

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. — 28 November 1904

rim six. DAILY EAST ORE GO MAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MOVDAT, ypTMBER 28, lto- I?' l I IRRIGATION'S PART AT WORLDS' FAIR Of the hundreds of thousands of people who have viewed with amuse ment the magnificent frulta and arains from the Western states, ex hibited at the St. Louis fair far more notable Jn size, appearance and yield than or thing they ever saw tn the East hew many of them have real ized the cause of this effect? How many of them have thought out the wonderfal fact that these products were born upon lands which a few years ago were useless deserts, but now made fertile by the art of Irrlfta tion? No "iBfigatlon exhibits" of promt. nence were In evidence at this World's fair, as aneh, yet In everything agrl cultural they formed a leading part and their withdrawal would have left huge gaps -and have taken away the best. Had the products of the dam and the dlteSi all been la bedel "Grown by Irrigation." the Irrigation exhibit would have been a very big one. And it seems to me ...

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. — 28 November 1904

DAILY EAST OKBQOXIAN, PENDLETOa, OREGON. MOX DAT, NOVEMBER S8, 104. mNG THE EXCHANGES THE UNi-' ivirnvn la-niston. M ! ST night com- ' ' , the of jniyfr tne ' the W" JL, Jeweler; gutted 'tG' 7the Dill building. lrtl?,te W-nenmn Hardware r te adjoining 'BlohenberBer buim f'" . ..feet Some smoke s ,w r""f , -.,., ho- H. . ..rre portion of the Ujpi- RichenberKer nrt Mr. XfeV QUl.e evere losses 1 France, but the other Tribune. .fftSIWH LnnlM. Sumptcr. ...... been "leu K- . w a. Houston '"" ,,, feet -iced S'al . " ... ,mr of Main street Avenue, Baker City. This Klected ior m " . h erected ln fS. deed calls for f4IOO. .appropriated for the pur ,,M Ute, while as a matter CI llrc ... i. ..o-ht over lit properly M .mount, the balance hav- nued by adjacent p,.c, Themaue. .... considerable red BQUUU, tn aarlire H Clear 11- I ... Tt ia believed tne fctpropr"? v Lre will riinke a generous Llod for the building. Bally Miner. L Schools of Bumpier. kintw of the school are ln condition, ln fact the ...

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. — 28 November 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOK1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER W, OGB,, HMtMtMl HtMMMtllll4tH many other western towns, and Mr. Shaw hopes to bring a number of the best attractions here, under the com bined clubs. OFFICERS ELECTED tit ) 7 Port Arthur ha attracted a great deal of attention of late, but when a few more Japanese shells drop Into It and It Has Fallen Into the hands of the enemy, we may attract your attention long enough to convince you there la only only one fine flavored, strong eoftee namely "OUR 400 BLEND." A NEW SHIPMENT of the celebrated French T. ft V., aaad-palnted china has reached us. The roses are so real tfaat by looking close you might Imagine you saw them grow. Ask to see the chop plate, salad bowl or chocolate set The values In china are bet ter this year than for three sea- NOTE WE ARE VOW DOING OCR OWN DELIVERING, AND PROMISE YOU QUICK SERVICE. OWL TEA HOUSE j mil i nti 1 1 1 1 imhh !. A IilTTLE BOY DEES FROM EFFECTS OF CARBOLIC ACID Is a Son of t...

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. — 29 November 1904

0A1LYEYENINGEDITI0N WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Wednesday ram; WHrmn tonight. High southerly winds. . have l'nea .... 4U" " PENDLETOX, OREfiON, TUESDAY, NOV EM HER 2!). 1S)04. XO. 5217. ' TH Mllj DSHHiilMj " " ; 0 a (ODD ROADS . IE OF ORFGON iished Advocate of f Traveling Facilities in Pendleton. 1.EAPES FROM THVltR FIXMR. GOES TO WAIW WALLA MERITS. 1 jo, roddoa on the UmH an En""am, , Soand Reason ww jynrj L, n. Tikes '- L uw on the W(wTfftnrt Ljj Taldng Oat Rook tot Lntor Smirk Is 3irreret- Domcntfd Millionaire Commits Snit ride In labndon. Londvn,- Nov. 2t- A rich American named Chapman, last night leaped from the third ttobr of the Carlton hotel o the vestifnule below. His skull wal crushed and he died 20 minutes later. Chapman arrived with a vulet Saturday, havtrtg come direct from a Ctmard liner. "It is reported that Chapman had a high commercial po sition in tre United States, and was a mllllonatre. The Carlton hotel peo ple refuse to "give out any Information regarding the...

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. — 29 November 1904

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGOMAN, KOTKMBEB DOLLS Hundred of styles, lc to $.0. Viibroukulile dolls, bisque dolls, Rubber dolls, etc. Fancy Dishes, Cups and Saucers FIGHTS . New Styles for die Holi days, 10c I'p. : : : Curtain Stretchers, Two Styles, $1.43 to $2.95. Hie Moving Pin Style. . t Frederick Nolfi & Co. GENERAL NEWS. GOVERNMENT OPPOSES LONG RANGE FORECASTS. Kdwanl A. Heals Issues a Circular (nnili'mnlng Weathpr Forecasts of AIiiihiiuc Makers and Scientific ler Advises Patrons of Such la pers to CoiuiHtre the Reports With the Actual Weather After It Hitp-lieiis. Edward A. Reals, district weather forecaster for OreKon, has sent out a circular letter to the press, condemn i Ing whiit he calls the "long range" weather forecasts of the almanacs and scientific papers, and giving the I reusons for the government's opposi tion to these forecasts. The circular Is as follows: There are today In the United States, us well as in other civilized countries, a few persons who make their ...

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. — 29 November 1904

PAIGES. MUt KWTT OREiJOMAS, WCStoLETON. OREGON. TVESftAY, NOVEMBER , 1M4. PAOB THRF" Jounfl Matchless Offerings IN ALL DEPARTMENTS prices Sharply Reduced II, SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS ...wi Mack taffeta Milks, $1.25 value, special at P""" woe ja extra quality guaranteed black taffeta silks, l.M -value a4acb spdal at -nine black black taffeta silk, guaranteed special ajjt niB 1 11.20 yd taffeta silk, special at 0c yd . . . 75c yd SALE OF RIBBONS fmd satin taffeta ribbons. 4 f-2 Inrhm kaiDi" .tie, In all the leading shades, special J Be yd Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES itt nnn v.uuu '5 "HERESY" OREGON BOHEMIAN ALARMS WOMAN'S CUB. C K. S. Wood, Author, Lawyer, Poll- llriMa, Says Ills Leanings An Ar auvfelxtlo He Relieves In the Ut most Prmlom and is Willing o TrUKt to AbMolme Freedom to Kight All Wrongs In the Social Systran Thinks No Idle 1,bikI Should Be Held for Profit, The Morning Oregonlan, i report ing a recent lecture by C K. S. Wood, the well known Portland aut...

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. — 29 November 1904

EIGHT PAGE FOUR. . .....v- icrfcvrMIlER 29. 1M-I. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PEWDULWW. uk-cw". -htp.-m m .1'? I AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. fftttlfehed every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the XAST UJtEGOXIAN I'l LiMSJIIXG . COMPANY. 8UH8CKIPTION It AT Kg. wiry, one ywir, by mail iVOO tolly, alx months, by mall i!.fiO ollj, three months, by mall 1.2.1 3Mlly,one mouth, by mall .SO Weekly, ou year, by mall l.."0 Vl'rvkly, six month, by mail 75 Wwly. four months, by mall BO 9m) Weekly, one year, by mall U.ou 9mi Weekly, six mouths, by mull... 1.00 sWaMVeek.y, three months, by mall.. .50 I v.-v-tfi-'- v : ...fas' r account, and as a result he won his case. No church In Denver has a more regular attendance of Interest ed members. The new minister Just simply tauxht them that religion was n weekday garment. Scrtpps-McItAe News Association. Tbe Kast Orettonlan Is on siile at It. II. Kirn's News Htands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perking, Portland. Oregon. San Francisco Ilureii...

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. — 29 November 1904

DAILY EAST OREtiONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. Tl'ESDAY, NOVEMBER It, 104.' .PAGES. PAGE FIVM. MMMM a Prompt Delivery u orr to better servo our customers and care for our ised trade, we liave established Our Own Delivery our own wagons and horses and are not dependent ye mir new wagons will soon arrive, hnt in r, P1 leased rigs. ' l-"""- moving t our "ovv BI""J mcreasea un- . .n,inwlnte our customers' patronage, and are In 1 -it ana 1 reposition Uinn ever to serve thom. Hlg.iest class of goods at fclTY BREVITIES STANDARD rocery Company Comer Court and Johnson Streets. johnny-on-tlie-Spot-DoUvory. i- mdar. Get iunny. Lrtjliten at Wlthee's. L.. .n hats at Roosevelt's. line I) ladles' Oloria shoes at Roose- min and soda every day at L iesns In art needlework at Rculson's. at HasbroucK s. oktn ft sausiacuuii m. iwT- (ormerly Rees' cigar store. nnm restuarant. open md night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl- Lt ml swell nut brown stiff Ln He correct shape are at Sul- k Bond's. siri Bert section of wheat l...

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. — 29 November 1904

V AGS BIX. DAILY EAST ORKQONUK, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER . EIGHT EMPLOYERS MEET FIFTEEN HUNDRED IN SESSION IN NEW YORK. Tliejr Are the Backbone f the Citi- ens Industrial Association of America, and Their Mission Is to Counteract and Neutralize the , Work of the Various Labor Unions ; Will Fight the Eight-Hour Day and Anti-Injunction Leghaatlon. New York, Nov. 28. Fifteen hun dred of the largest employers of labor In America tilled Carnegie Music hall today at the opening of the second annual convention of the Citizen's In dustrlal Association of America. What the American Federation of Labor is to the workingman the CHisens In dustrlal Association Is to the em plovers. While the former is exert ing Its powerful influence In favor of the "closed shop," the antl-lnjunctlon hill and the eight-hour bill, the latter Is combating the same with all Its strength. For these reasons the present con- FIFTY CENTS A MONTH A small bottle of Scott's Emulsion costing fifty cents will l...

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. — 29 November 1904

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY KAOT ORBQONIAN. PKXPLBTO.,, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER , 1M4. PAGE SEVKJf. among the exchanges i of. the inland empire i iW H..r Troubles I -sd valuation of all prop 1 " ne city of Spokane, as re Wsfti. county assessor Is $.. fun"4 w " lne Spokane Press. The "".-.loners, sitting; as a rf.lJnen by "bout ,300,000, ,T,r. v,,iuat,on ?f the, i MIOM The constitution of Ju of Washington, permits mil i"""" by a three-fifths vote of "Tidied electors, to Incur an ,s for light and water, pro owns the plant, of not i 7fh-i I per cent of the assesa "t.Non of such city or town. ma our present limit of "JrtMM "lch we may Incur for Me , " , 11,240.304.96. We iST.Sln' indebted""- for light rt.r of 1907.000, leaving a mar- " which we may yet Issue bond. " ,rwinn of the proposed ! . . tm qr. and no more. rar Engineer " 1 J. of the Cliff Park reservoir, with Additional pumps, mains, etc J ... i- -i.i, .toiv indlnnensible rlrin t something over $343,000, Mo nil . in,-!,, t mgd .J (he c...

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. — 29 November 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGON! AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TIKSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, Port Arthur has attracted a great deal o( attention of late, but when a few more Japanese shells drop Into It and It Has Fallen into the hands of the eaemy, we may attract your attention j long enough to convlnoe you there is only only one fine flavored, strong coffee namely "OUR 400 BLEND." A NEW SHIPMENT of the celebrated Frendh T. & V., 'hand-painted china has reached us. The roses are so real that by looking clese you might Imagine you saw them grow. Ask ito see the chop iplate, salad bowl or chocolate set. The values In china are 'bet ter this year than for three seasons. NOTE WE ARE NOW DOING OUR OWN DELrVERriiG, AND PROMISE YOU QUICK SERVICE. OWL TEA HOUSE H 1 1 I H I -T . UNCOVERED IN HUDSON - BAY IRRIGATION DITCH. Are Now in the Possession of E. J. Burlingame, of Walla Walla Mr. Bnrllngame Will Make Search for i Further Remains of Prehistoric Monsters One Piece of Hone Twenty Inches In Length and...

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