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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 5 December 1904

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER S, 104. PAGE SEVEN. UtONG THE EXCHANGES foHE INLAND EMPIRE j , oL iiorsc t w ranch near Klt" out about his barn night and stepped fleeing man In his iZ ctlleJ to him to know Is nted. when the answer. r - in the door casing only r. Miller's head. he vara and fired several rhUthlef visitor, one of f" J effect, since blood was tn. barn lot and along ,M T... from his house. J. moniu'j iMi n - a, vil er louuu ----- ! 'an barn lot. and it had on a ,W! krii.. all the property of F vn Citv Eagle. . iiiw. v rH- Eliiabeth Hayden, aged n year., at the home of her " ' . n Tttnehart Of sallowa Pioneer Gone. Thursauy. .v so, Mrs. L. C. Rlnehart of fcES- one of the plo- r " ' ... ...t atnte. hav- , ( trot couin - "allied with her husband and F19 . . Wh,-.rV milte old U.M flays, jul - .nloved excellent health I . ,nort time before her death. r . as a . crfrnkfi of naralv- ine tuucicu jbe leaves to mourn her loss , md three daughters. ,Ar Hty...

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. — 5 December 1904

EIGHT PAGE EIGHT. EAST OBJ5UOXIAN. PKXDLETOX, ORBGOV, MOXPAY. DHmi. . ii mum We Have 'Em Not snakes or bad dreams, but the finest line of coffees to be had. The merchant irho per siatenly sticks to selling the best coffee he can buy Is bound In the end to have competition On the Run Our "400 Blend" is one of the finest strong coffees to be had. It is of heavy body, but fine fla vored. Try tt once, you will use It twice. See Here, You! When a woman dotes on a nice looking table above all things, why do you kick about her buying a pretty dish oeca BionallyT Tou spend twice as much a week on tobacco and think nothing of It. Come and see us. We can show you some of the finest creations in fancy china at the lowest prices. SEE OUt NEW 10c LINE. 15,000 CARS SHORT ! HEAVIEST SHIPMENTS IX ' i HISTORY OF O. It. of fine horses and Jacks this morning ; shipped one of their mammoth Mis- j . aourl jocks to Grass valley. Wasco , countv. The animal weighed 1100 . J w,,l .nd was one of the finest e...

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. — 6 December 1904

! t DAILY EVENING EDITION I X .... t WEATHER. FORECAST. i I Tonight and Wednesday fair. . .. i-ut. PENDLETON, )lE(i)N, TUESDAY. DECEAIHEK . 1004. NO. 52'J.J. was ; I IPtflSt u RVSS1A AT THE EXPOSITION. Comrperce Com Listening 1o Pro bst Rates. PROPOSE UmOtABIJS RAISE. DBOwrr "Inso ranee Hrth. of the Lj Admits That llie Freight Amounts VftfCWt 01 me rreiliiii SENTENCED AT DENVER. Tour Men Convicted in Kiircmc Court of Election Frauds. Invr. Diec. 6. Four of the five WMtsi Shlmer election official of Ward 5. charged I 111 Take tlie Issue to w(n contempt of court, were found guilty and sentenced, in the supreme j court today. j Frank Kratkju, licence Inspector, . . ! charged with aiding in frauds, sen- j. l.-me ln ""'"!teCea to one year In Jail. Ray and feoolalon today likened , QmM Jud(te aI)(1 tlerk wntenced to six months, and a $500 fine; Kafsky, Judge, to thret months, and a S250 fine. Ltu of attorneys for the hi sluns a reduction in ! per cent Increase In Ltetover "Insurance ex- C...

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. — 6 December 1904

'I 71 i i 'i I. 1 f ; if' r I; - PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. " - - l.ii-i i no nnrm hotel arrivals. I" ' iiiMiiimMmniMn : : DOLLS Hundreds of style. 1c to $.0. Unbreakable dolls, bisque dolls. Robber dolls, etc. Fancy Dishes, Cups and Saacers : ; I i i . 1 : ' Xr Styles for the Holi days, 10c Up. ' Curtain Stretchers, Two Styles, t a, J . J . ' $1.43 to t2.3. The Moving IMn Style. Frederick Nolfi & Co. I GENERAL NEWS. The present drouth which covers nearly the entire state of Ohio, is the most severe and protracted since 1878. Henrick Ibsen, who was believed two weeks ago to be at death's door with paralysis, has since that time meuuuy improveo. ne is at nis nome at Copenhagen. The United States life Having ser- vice cost S1.766.44C last year, and was the means of saving 3294 lives. Thirty-four persons In the service itself were drowned. Durlng the fiscal year 1884 there were 38.550.257 pounds of mall han- died by the New Tork post of flee; during the fiscal year 1904 it han...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 6 December 1904

DAII.Y EAST OltEGONIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, TTESDAY. DECEMBER , I. PAGE THREE. jjk! ' li 1 1 1 i j j j I in I ' 1 1 ' 1 1 SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE an srixxnro preparation for this event makes it the buyers- opportunity YE MONEY OS EVERT PURCHASE. EVERY ITEM MENTIONED HERE IS A DISTINCT n POSITIVE VALUE. ' , , gay Winter Underwear Swi ribbed fleece-lined nniAn writ, La anlta, 7&c 4 I., aai quality, Jerary wooou, iw L, vast or pants, 80c vkie ,9c silk and vtxil Jersey ribbed Tests or Oxford cut, ! lu' iM aat astOvra tai-wl fiQs ' pOoin, sll rrauj - - " vttti neat ruffles and new designs. See U. ulsplay. lc for Women's 25c Hose Women's black cotton hose, with finished feet, regular 25c value, special 19c pair 2Sc bays a rerular 50c value pillow tops. ISc btiys Easy Catch 25c hose supporters for ba bies, children and misses. I5c bays any. 25o ladles' embroidered hdiHfcrchlefs. 20c buys a 35; Indies' golf gloves in black or white. $2.S5 for any ladles' $3.00 shoes In the house. We sell no...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 6 December 1904

i .... . , !; .( P Jj t s i v t ' INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. PAGE FOTJR. - DAILY EAST OREGOX1AX, PEXPLETOX, OREGON, Tt'KSOAY. PlvCEMBER B. 11X4. , . , -g supremacy to the trained agent of. -v C"5SS3Sww,lm5M??S (aK ' i " them Is familiar with the language. 1 f- --- w..,, . -.--y I-.-, I ' Publlshed every sfternooa (except 8anday) t l'enrtletou. Oregon, by the EAST OKI.;OMA laiUJsIIIXG COMPANY. Sl'liSOMlTlOX RATES. liailt. im year, by nintl IteilV. in months, by mall Itailv. ilirfe mtmtlis, by mail Daily.uav muutb. by mail Weekly, one year, by mail Weekly. ix months, by mall Weekly, four months, by mail ftt-ml Weekly, one year, by mall.... Semi Weekly, six months, by mail.. Keoii-Wet'kly. three mouths, by mall. the English government sent to different quarters of the world. The I'nited State has used the ; consular service, largely as a dumping j ground for wornout and otherwise , useless politicians. Not one in 10 of them is familiar with the language. customs nor needs of the country to...

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. — 6 December 1904

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONLN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER . HKM. PAGE OTTO. . t 2 fit's Rich Pungent IS DEAVERS' GOLDEN WEST COFFEE It pleases the taste of all lovers of good coffee. House1v have no difficulty in serving a most delicious cup of coffee when Uie Golden West brand lg used. We handle Deaver'a Golden West coffee and take pleasure in recommending it to our customers. STANDARD Grocery Company CORNER COURT AND JOHNSON STREETS. Automobile delivery. Yon get your goods on time. PERSONAL MENTION of Tekoa, la in the city , Ed Storle, today. George Van Dran is In the city from a few days visit at the Hot Lake. P. H. Haradon, O. R. & N. auditor, is In the city today, on a tour of the system. Fireman O. M. Lemomns. of the La Grande freight service, has been promoted to the position of engineer. Robert Burns, general agent of the O. R. & N., Is in the cltv todav mi "WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OURVAD. ITS SO." It Pays to Trade at "WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OCR AD. ITS SO." The ...

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. — 6 December 1904

EIGH1 PACKS. PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OREGON1A, PKVDLETOX, OREGO. TTESDAT. DECEMBER , IIAHD1RK IS GOlEi j XKW SN AKE RIVER BRIDGE l ' IX PLACE OP OLD FERRY. his ferry bill had climbed up to some- J t. : told nlm emDharJcalrv that n niurf have money to square up his old bill , ana pay in aavance oeiore ne coma : cross again. In October of 1871, Jack started ' down from the mines with two pack . horses, his six shooter, gold pan and 'jl pick and shovel, but he was out of Van FWy Has Been In Operation " ". " nl- There was , - for Poet, Tears-One of the Prtn-. valley eIcept mcros, thl, ferry .. dpal Gateways to Oregon In Early and he nad received a tip that trou . Days TVeignt Road From TJmatllla ble would follow If he attempted to Landing to Idaho Mines Crossed: cross again wnnoui paying. I He was revolving all nis ota tricks , ; in his mind, trying to find a solution. J J when he overtook a lone horseman. ' I a few miles out from the ferry and ' j tecttosu (soon found out that this travel...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 6 December 1904

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST ORE GO MAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER , 1(04. PAGE SEYEN. kMONG THE OF THE INLAND EMPIRE i.l UIm Knlrl. I I1IJH I TelefrraPhlc advices from Alexander Hamilton Sibley, who, with Mean, voble and Humphries, the eminent -Inlng engineer, who recently exam Eed the imperial mine In behalf of wmself a"1 Detroit, Mich., associates, iste the property hat been accented d money wired to Salt Lake City to close the deal. The rich mine will pa Into con trol of the Imperial Gold Mines Co., limited, on December 7, and extensive jevelopment will be at once Inaugural-he management will be vested In . u McEvren, Kenneth O. McEwan will be metallurgist, and John Arthur continues as superintendent of mill .operations. The new company will have a piJd capital stock of 1150,000, par lue of shares $1. and will imme diately install a hoist to prosecute jeep sinking on the Imperial vein, put a force developing the Eagle ore bodies and increase the milling ca pacity. Lack of ...

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. — 6 December 1904

nATVX BAST OREGONIAN. PKNDLETON, OKKOOX, TI KSDAV. PIX KMBKK . - EIGHT PACK EIGHT.. mUHMIIHIIIHII We Have 'Em Not nuke or bad dreansa, but the finest line of coffee to be had. The merchant who per slstenly sticks tu selling- the beat coffee he can buy la bound in the end a have competition On the Run Our -it Blend" is one he finest strong coffees to be had. It la of heavy body, but fine fla vored. Try t once, you win use It twice. See Here, You! Whan a woman .dote on a nice looking table above all things, why do you kick about her boring a pretty dish occa sionally? Ton spend twice asa much a week on 'tobacco and think nothing of It. Come .and see us. We can show ysui some of ithe finest creation In fancy china at the lowest prices. SEE Ol B NEW Joe LINE. INTERMENT TODAY j Grain In No Panjrrr. ! Farmers .from the reservation say that the grain Is in no danger what ever from the freexing weather. What grain has not sprouted yet can !not possibly be Injured, and as long fas the ground...

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. — 7 December 1904

S0EVEHINGEDITION DAILY EVENING EDITION Zywibve learned that the jiible customer,, you have tooth 10 C WEATHER. FORECAST. Tonight and Thursday fair; warmer Thumday. VOL. 1" PEXDLETOX, ORECJOX, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMliElt 7, li)()4. NO. 5224. I1D TIDES FOUND GUILTY j penalty of not more than $10,000, or I to Imprisonment for not more than two years or to both fine and imprts onment. In the discretion of the court." Section 5440. Revived Stat utes of the United .State. SKAMEVS COXVEXTIOX. Vy Speedily Convicts the four Conspirators at Portland. 'jURIE WARE WAS SPARED FURTHER DISGRACE I Bitterly Fought Lrsjal ulc Enr Waged In Federal Court Room s.ean sliartN of Sarcasm Hurled s, anornrys WltnessfH Merciless ly AsMlksJ Government Will Not gfO the HUrlicst Official in Hld ttof the State of the Frauds Mltcli ft and Heroiaiia Sd OKe Testi bmj h) Comt. Sailors Plead for Amalgamation and Icgislation. San Francisco, Dec. 7. A resolution urging the amalgamation of the Inter national Seamen'i Union and...

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. — 7 December 1904

TEN PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER T. 10. 1 i . : !i s-' . I i ! ' 1 DOLLS Hundred of styles, le to a.M. t! v K HI-hMIS I UN iu 1 Ull iiliiiimui un It ; lew i i t , Has Realized AU tlte Benefits of irri- ISTOX MAX SAYS IT HAS GREAT FUTURE. Unbreakable dull?. bi-o,iie doll. Ruhltcr dolls, etc Fancy Dlslies, Cups and Saucers. i !! gallon and Itclk-vew Hie IIcrmLstou Country Is tlie SuMriur of the Vine land District Deprecates the l' of Too Much Water lu Irrigation, and Cites VinclaiHl as an Example. New Styles for tlie Holi days. 10c Up. Curtain Stretchers. Two Styles. '!-' -sI,S'7t..sL SI. 45 to SU.B.V Tlie Movlnjr Pin Style. ! Frederick Nolft I &. Co. I GENERAL NEWS. The railroad lines east of Chicago have raised wheat rates one cent per hundred since lake traffic shut down tor the winter. Jewelry and precious stones to the -value of $10. 000. were stolen the night f December S from A. Lowe, n Jew eler at Vancouver. Los Angeles went republ...

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. — 7 December 1904

DA1LV EAST OREOQMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER , 1MU. PAGE THREE. Not Good Not Here Not Good Not Here December Special Saving Sale "Like Puttm' Money m a Bank." K THE WRCHASE OF TWH CKOCERIES DURING THIS ONTH. AHOY THERE, .905! TOO AO TO END A GOOD YEAH LIKE .. WITH A FEW WEEKS OFNO Bl N.NKSS. WHAT BO WE rnorosE to bo juww ift jvst this. Wk ake otng to oiote you prices that -will just L"ST DOUBLE OUR VOLUME OF BI'SIN'EKS FOR DECEMBER. IT'S THE TFItN-OVF.lt OF GOODS THAT COUNTS, OT THE PROFITS. 20 Cases Catsnp 10 Cases Postum Cereal 10 Cases Olive Oil 1 2 Cases Bottled Olives x;.r:s jcT;:,cre 25c per pnckage- "-n,,,,. price Special price Kpecliil price 5c Pfr tWife 20c. Per Package nt -isc "';' ii.zs size ti.o rer Don Quarts IWc "eulr " le l0c . - .aP Regular 4Uo lw Jtlc lOCosesMaltuVlta 10 Cases Force OlVC US ' ikp M! ' .f" ,fc per package- I V i ' Bean ' Rice, No. 1 Japan 'rtal pr" " ,V7 . I LMII White or Pink. Regular price 10c per pound. 12 1-2 c-Per Package 12 l-2c ...

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. — 7 December 1904

PAGE POUR. i, , 4 1-.'i .; i.' l! i t . 1 f j .1 ' ii AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Yafcltsbed erery afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the CAST OUKf-OX I AN ri UL1SHING COMPANY. SUItSClilPTION BATES. ?)?, one year, by malt ftelty, atz months, by mail Itaily, three uioutbs, by mail fiaJly.one month, by mall Weekly, one year, by mall Weekly, alx months, by niall..,... Weekly, four mouths, by mall Kent Weekly, one year, by mall.... Weekly, rix months, by mall.. Seal-Weekly, three months, by malt. .5 00 . s.sn . 1.2.1 time. Wher, such thlncs mint be . then we went ana Dorroeu hewn out of nature In the most un- j wine and brandy Dottle. Desiaes a ie , promising mate. It requires time and . we had by us. Well, we emptied the j money and patience. If the present keg Into the bottles and there were ; city administration can't do It. the'll and my boy put that down fori matter will be carried over to the 'an iinswer. 1 don't know whether it 1 next and the next. Indefinitely. It ...

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. — 7 December 1904

fgS PASES. . BAH OMMH PENDLETON. OMkW DECEMBER 11M pacm nrm. c 3 8 OTB SPLENDID PREPARATION FOR THIS MAKES rr THE BUYERS' OPPORTUNITY fO SAVE WM ' ltdlASE. EVERT ITEM MENTIONS . wiuil.VVI POSITIVE VALUE. Bay Winter Underwear H'omen's Swls ribbed, fleece-lined onion suits, 40c viae at 23c Women's Oneitu glove fitting, seamless Jersey nlon suits, value 43c Women' extra quality, Jersey ribbed, fleece S lined vests or pants, 0c value J Women's silk and '' Jersey ribbed 2 Pnu' O'0"1 r,lt' '-75 values 2 Knr pillows, nil ready for use at 69c and 83c 3 JJ Made wit'i neat ruffles and new designs. See tt window UKliluy. 3c vests or $1.25 lc for Women's 25c Hose T Women', black cotton hose, with finished feet. regular 25c value, special ISc pair 25c buys a regular 50c value pillow tops. 15c buys Easy Calch 25c ,lose aI10por,er, fjr bles, ciUldrcn and misses. 15e buys any 25c ladles' embroidered handerchlefs. 20c buys a JSc ladles' golf gloves In black or white. $2.35 for any ladles 3.00 shoes ...

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. — 7 December 1904

if ' I 1 PACK DAILY EAST OREGOMAS, PEXBLETOS. OREOON. UEDKKSPAX. PBCEMPEH ,7 .Mar Ataj. A -PROMINEIST TREATY HftS EXPIRED BOdEXY n WOMAN CLAIMS i .... CHINESE EXCLUSION '.Vlnol U the Only Com ,fur Stomach t TrooMm He "Letter Published , for What It U Worth by the - Bvock MoComu Co. Mr. .Frank Mann, Vendome Hotel, "Seattle Wash., director of Washing- -ton "Lyric Association, writes: "After suffering for a Ions time, and being unable' to keep any medicine on my 'stomach, J -was Induced 'to try Vlnol. I want to aay that It Is the best medl- clne I hare' ever" seen for dyspepsia Ijuidmll itomaoh troubles. It Induced a spMndtO appetite end entirely cured "me. Vlnol Is certainly an Ideal cod liver oil preparation, for, while the "dlsagreeabar, taste of cod liver oil in entirely (Nlmlnaud, It Menu to retain "all thl Waving; elements, It purifies and enriches the ,blopdt tones up the stomach and adds new life and vigor tcfaUlftC.lfUB .and .strength. I fan We guarantee Vlnol Is the best reme...

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. — 7 December 1904

DAILY EAST OREGQXIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER T. 1MI. PAGE SEVEN. PERSONAL MENTION I - Xt.f On ac P.nmo in mJ Ck "WIIEN YOC SEE IT OUR AD. ITS SO." IN JyO nCTT Viaw waaaw ait UiiU OCC It Pays to Trade at "WHEN YOC SEE IT ovr ad. rrs so." IX PAGES Clark E. Nelson wu in town law night from Weston. J. M. Rutler. of Cayuse. is In the city today, on a trading trip. James Nagle left last night for San Francisco, on a month's vacation. Dwelley Herrlck. a Walla Walla music dealer, is In Pendleton on busi ness. J. M. Hemphill, of Pilot Rock, Is a guest of Hotel Bickers while In the city today on business. Senator Walter M. Pierce leaves to night for California to look after ex tensive Interests at Victoria Island. . ! I Them The People's Warehouse THE LEADERS. Utf IK Ant $2.50 to $3.50 UctT' H. T. Herrlck. of Walla Walla. Is X In the city today on business connect ed with his music store In that city. Mrs. W. J. Sewell has been quite ill with an -attack of grip for several day...

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. — 7 December 1904

page" kight. DAILY EAST ORJEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, it. l 'i -i LAST OF MESSAGE FOREIGN POLICY AND THE ARMY AND THE NAVY. . Advocate a Heavy Armament tor the Sake of Peace, Justice and Interna tional Tranquility Emphasises the ReUgo-PhUosopblcal Phases of a ' Great Politico-Military Issue Ad- " vocatee High Clam Preparations for War as an Arbiter and Harbinger of Peace. Following are excerpts from the president's message dealing; with the foreign policy, the army and the avy: v, , Foreign Policy. : In treating of our foreign policy and of the attitude that this great nation should assume In the world at h, it la absolutely necessary to consider the army and the navy, and the congTess. through which the thought of the nation finds Its expres sion. Bhould keep ever vivid in mind the fundamental fact that It Is Impos sible to treat our foreign policy. , whether this policy takes shape in the effort to secure Justice for others or Justice for ourselves, save as...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 7 December 1904

PAGB JON. TRANSPORTATION LINES. HOTELS. THE EXCHANGES INLAND EMPIRE BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES iONG Hotel St. George THE GEORGE DARVEAC, Proprietor. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1M4. iZi a locomotive en kJ'Lf.,. saved the ! .....me. As his n 1M nnto the to""1 tne ... Columbia , (TO "! .,n fell P01?..,,, hrldge. Hoofer f "Tne In time to stop M"1"8' "..trote body -nrfncer and train f " hut could get I. -j was inn"""" l from death the man h ni: . . 1, from the man's bald Inn the sisnui. head, or had he laid ' .... -flrrt the nn- fWlne, his death would Sin. s. the night was lk and the prostrate """ . . ..I. Attn nthur ij, mingled wnn ( He onage. i" " M fellow on the pilot and TthnnrL where he trtliout giving his name. L.Revlew. tin Postofflce Bobbed. vMterday morning .snenri ..j message from Hood L him that the postofflce I tn robbed and Detween 01 taken. He boarded the Itrain for that place, ana ns there learned that when Yales w...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 7 December 1904

! DAILY EAST OREGOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1, PAGE TEN. HMttilUHIHII sr I We Have 'Em Not makes or bad dreams, but the finest line of coffees to be had. The merchant who per slstenly sticks to selling the best coffee he can buy is bound In the end to have competition On the Run Our "400 Blend" Is one of the finest strong coffees to be had. It Is of heavy body, but fine fla vored. Try It once, you will use It twice. - Y See Here, You! When a woman dotes on a nice looking table above all things, why do you kick about her buying a pretty dish occa sionally? Tou spend twice as much a week on tobacco and think nothing of It Come and see us. We can show you some of the finest creations In fancy china at the lowest prices. SEE OUR NEW 10c LINE. lllEW STORY OF hiK mill Klven until December 20 in I which lo plead. Hln attorney Ik J. B. I Aldrlch of Tacoma. In default of bomlK of $10011 Hnrtnn Is confined In the county Jail. LeKoy. the alleged victim of Hor j tun a razor cu...

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