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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 December 1904

SIXTEEN PAGES. DAILY EAST ORKGOMAX, PENDLETON, OREOON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER IT, 1904. PAGH FTTX. AAA! - - . . a a. .a a a. a. a a i AAAAf-- -j TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Tf TT TT Tf Tl I TTTTI I mm mmmm a m mm i ( At The Peoples Warehouse XrHvnt MoJr , . COMES!. HUT IN THAT SIX DAYS WE MEAN TO ESTABLISH A NEW RECOUP IN BARGAIN GIVING SALES. WHY PAY MOKE AT CHRISTMAS TIME than ; J1; ls adanck prices during holiday season, the peoples warehouse reduces them, and m king the next six days the reductions are GOING TO HE SO PLAIN AND LEAR CI T THAT NONE WILL NEED A MAGNIFYING GLASS TO CON VINCE THEM OF THE FACT THE THAT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE DOES AS IT ADVERTISES. NEVER ALLOWS ANY MISREPRESENTATIONS: CARRIES ONLY FIRST-CLASS, DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE, AND PRICES ARE ALWAYS LOW Ell THAN OX INFERIOR (iOOKS ELSEWHERE. ' , , COME. BRING THE CHILDREN. PAPAS AND MAMMAS TO THE LARGEST, BRIGHTEST. MOST THOROUGHLY RELIABLE CHRISTMAS STORE IX THE NORTHWEST. AND EN.IOY THE BEAUTI I'll. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS, AND ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 December 1904

DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1M4. SIXTEEN I Not Good Not Here Not Good Not, Here December Special Saving Sale i J 4 ? , r it PAGE BIX. i i -A v t 7 it CHRISTMAS IS COMING ANI WE WILL START THE CHRISTMAS TRADE WITH TWO OF THE GREATEST GROCERY BPECIALSEVEH OFFERED IN PENDLETON. ? 5' I ! If' : . i m n- ! "'.v.'-'i i ' n 20,000 California Fancy Navel Oranges WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT CONSISTING OF OVER ONE HUNDRED CASKS OF FANCY NAVEL ORANGES; ITIEY ARE OP FINE QUALITY, AND THE REGULAR RETAIL PRICE OF THESE ORANGES IS 35c AND 40c PER DOZEN. WE ARE GOING TO SELL THEM, WHILE THEY LAST, AT 20c per Dozen 20,000 Oranges while they last at 20c per dozen Give us a Trial 2500 Pounds of No. 1 Japan Rice One Carload WE HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVED ONE STRAIGHT CAR OP NO. 1 JAPAN RICE, BY FAR THE LARGEST AMOUNT EVER PURCHASED 1IY ANY RETAIL FIRM IN OREGON. THIS RICE IS NO. 1 JAPAN AND OF FINE QUALITY, AND AS AVE RECEIVED A VERY LOW PRICE ON THIS CAR OF RICE, WE ARE...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 December 1904

DAILY EAST ORKGOXIAy, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1004. us PAGE BEVElf. jurt Picture Now! r onv longer. IT-rj: & na. the "": e,fcor moulding nd CindOie right price c C. Sharp L East Court Street. CSgCPPIHJWITH iding Material htmber of iloM, Sash, Doors, Blinds, hlns, Building ana Tar r- Sio tour miiii to cs Id OCT OCll FIGURES. Grays Harbor Jommet cial Co, LoriM W. C. R. Depot. I J he French s estaurant: it 16 dent Meal in the City. Prime Dining Parlors. knit Furnished Rooms In Connection. US LaFONTAINE, Prop. 5 tSS Main Street. '3 AIL IBT TJ8 FILL YOUR BIN WITH Jck Spring Coal kcojnhwd as the best ui moat economical fuel. " are prepared to oon wt with you (or your jfaler's supply, we de " coal or wood to any W of the city. mti Bros "BEET. NEAR DEPOT t i M. SLOAN BLACKSMITH ""Whoeinr. van. i , W making and repalr- f- way I hare built up i-v WHIM I. I "J Prices rea- 'A.k- " noma; notn- r too i " Osttonwood Alta Eta. I" Drl Cottonwood 1 at of per, e order, for.. pien...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 December 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1IKH. mil 1 1 1 HMWI "II Mil 8SH4V MM I HI I I IIWWIMI I II I I I I III HHWH HI CHRISTMAS IS C0MMG Is In the near future, mid wo want to supply you with nrtli-lfs In our Hup. ami will offer Roods ul prices tliut will make you liti)ijr, CARVERS T CARVE THAT TURKEY Twelve tlll'l'i-rfiit style of m-im to select from, nuiKluK In rioe from olio to 7.00. KOlHiEHS' PLATED SILVERWARE Complete line kiilviw mill Forks, Tin, lienort mill Tuhlo Simons, Etc -( Largest Assortment of- SHEARS, RAZORS, POCKET KNIVES IN PENDLETO SHOT GUNS RIFLES PISTOLS vJr"Jl."'? IUrKe'rt a"d n,0,t """I'10'0 assortment or Stoves, liaises, Grunllmvare, Tlmvnro and Houne:ioltl SunpllrH to iielect from. HO.NT i An. to Inspect our line while shopping for ClirlstniiH. w J 0 . szfJh fCj CO IH I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I fl I I i M WtrWtHWfWWWt? tttttitttt! ? i ! M ! ! Httttttttttt i ! rrttTttTTtl I I I I 1 1 I I H I I H. I Canada's Monster I...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 December 1904

PAGES- PAGE NINE. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1M4. ro, slUch Pungent IS DEAVERS' GOLDEN WEST COFFEE . ! U i ( of H lovers of good coffee. have no difficulty In serving a most delicious cap goose'! xrnkl lirn nrl In nwwl. L,wwnenu,ew,uc handle Deaver's Golden west coiiee ana iae pleasure In inemllng It to our customers. STANDARD Grocery Company CORNER COOTT AND JOHNSON STREETS. Automobile delivery. You get your goods on time. PERSONAL MENTION CITY BREVITIES C. Ruder. Get sunny. Une stetson hats ot jtooseveu . (0 ladles' Clorla shoes at Roose- L'e,t line of pretty, useful holiday ienU st Rader s. ,ir Kent Good buslnes location. Lire 1H Eust Webb street. Jin. Campbell's beautiful dress k, make a lovely Xmas gift touted A dinner set for my wife. It at the Owl Tea House. smokers get satisfaction at How- i. formerly Uees' cigar store. Oneida Community Biiverware, nnteed 25 years, at the owl. for Rent Storeroom, 728 Cotton- itreet; Inquire of curls Kante...

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. — 17 December 1904

SATURDAY. DECEMBER IT. i- DAILY EAST OREGONUN, PENDLETON. OREQONi PAGE TEN. ft 3 GROWING LENGTHWISE You want the children to crow, but not all lengthwise. When they start that way Scott's Emulsion will help them to grow right with due plumpness and outward proportion, and with inward vigor and good spirits. The Emulsion increases digestive power and strength ens the vital organs to get the best and make the most out of all the other food. It gives a kind of help that every growing child ought to have. . We'll send you a sample free span request. SCOTT ft BOWNE.409 Pearl Street, New Vork. LAZY LIVE MI Cuemli m food tfatt X won Id otb without thm. 1 wm troab.Mi gnat dot,, wlih torpid livor and hMdach. Now sine tak.nc Gmcmm Candy Cathartic 1 fal Try mnch bttr X ahall rial aiy rMommand tam to my Irian da a the baat nadiclna 1 bara avar aan." A&M Aula, Oaboro JliUfl. t, Fall Blnr.HaM. best For GANprcxmaime f1aaaDt. Palatable. Potent. Taate Good. Do Good, Harer blckan. Weaken or Gripe...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 December 1904

DAILV BAST OREGONIAy, PETOLETO1T. OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 104. S 'coats 1 n-y Mr. : PItn, oG THE exchanges WE INLAND EMPIRE S14 ., Morrow. C4"' . recent iasue B'dJriff Shutt had j" ,W. ft. Morrow county r1 A.V to rraln rrT IZ WtJ drunkard- f .,1.1 December B. "" . the fir after the JJI,r:eot, and we are ' " I,! saloons " " nd two in H"""""' .mlng six of open a usual on . . ...n made up to V1 . Times reporter the sheriff to if " ... alsntfl- ae. - :.:: ,. " 10 atven to tvr Shutt that District ( .....i ti nrosecute P"1"8 on Sunday. utr:. "'that there 18 a before the supreme court t .rtlon in the matter; ""'-,1. consent for the Inloyan attorney to pros- lea hence the sheriff arrests for the Heart, of parties who kept A I'""1' '., Time. gunilny- Idaho Murlito. ,nin 01 me u.. - Lwr Snuke river Is now as "r " . will nroba- .A the ITHl -- r.d I" " withm th " t. The quarry Is owned ' u Kester and associates rmaehl,,ery fr handling the now eomi".-- , the upper nnim " riiort time. The ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 December 1904

EAST ORBGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURBAY, PEtKMBKH . 1B04. PAGE TWELVE. DAILY if I Givei Avay ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, WE WILL GIVE ONE OP OUR TJNFRAMED PICTURES WITH A PUR CHASE OP FIFTY CENTS, OR MORE, OP CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, SILVERWARE, GRANITE WARE, DOLLS, ETC. EVEN PURCHASES FROM OUR 6c, 10c, 15c AND Sfio BARGAIN SHELVES WILL BE ALLOW ED. ONLY ONE PICTURE TO A PERSON. COME EARLY WHILE THE ASSORTMENT IS GOOD. OWL TEA HOUSE XMAS CHINA. ti 1 SOCIETY "ff EVENTS BeU-Cargill. On Sunday . evening, December 1 1, R. W. Carglll and Mrs. Eva Bell were married at the home of the latter's parent. E. J. Miners and wife, on Lewis street. Rev. Robert Warner of ficiating. After the ceremony all sat down to an elaborate dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Carglll will make their home on the groom's farm at Cold Springs. The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. John Shroder, Mr. and Mrs. John Henrlchs, of Nes Perce; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carglll, of Helix; Mr. and Mrs. William McCully, of Helix; D. Kalkbach, of R...

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

rffllNGEDITION DAILY EVENING EDITION f'Tlearned that the oVomer, you ha ,S...ll to out. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Tuesday fair. r PENDLETOX, OHEGCM5", MONDAY, DECEMBER 1!). 11KM. lJ. NO. 5234. III" " SUE SMITH !l Agent He Could Ling Incriminating w Mfflnnald. Jl liiu-- bcE OF ANY rU'RAL MARRIAGES. n'McJlco by rrosiiwrn Investigate Charges ... . t i Uormon Hiviiie, hMt K KlIIHianumf "' of Church jwrj- Lirtae MM ' Sanctlon- W Hod of the Chan I" lion, Dec. 1. The mvves- the Smoot case will be by the senate committee kn ana elections unm whn a recess will be titer the Chrlstamas hiil- WABASH EXTENSION. It Now Reaches Tidewater On the Eahtern side. Bulttmore, Md.. Dec. iiTh. opening day of the newly construct ed line from Cherry Run to Han cock, Md., mark the completion of one more step in the plans of the Wabash Railroad to reach tide water. The new line forma a par tial connection between the Western Maryland and West Virginia Central, both Oould lines. But two small stretches of r...

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. — 19 December 1904

DAILY EAST OIlKtiOMAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, MONIAY. DECEMBER 19, IMM. PAGE TWO. 'He f THE SALE IS NOW ON. ! FREDERICK NOLF 5c GO'S. ! J SANTA CLAUS' STOKE. i TOYS AND DOLLS IMMENSE LINE" LATEST NOVELTIES. HOOKS OUR SPECIAL j BOOK SALE CONTINUES t . BOOKS RETAILED AT AL- MOST ONE-HALF HOOK. STORE PRICES. GAMES 3c to I-i.93. FLINCH COMPETITION, PANIC AND X MANY" OTHER NEW GAMES. t : T TREE ORNAMENTS, PHONO- J 2 GRAPHS, ETC. GENERAL NEWS. . A very formidable anti-clerical Hantl-Cathollct movement la under war In Bolivia and Chile. The tint territorial legislature of Montana met December 12. 1864, at Marinade, Beaverhead county. A total of 12.863,997 has pusaed through the hands of the state laud commissioner in Washington during the past four years. The secretary of the Interior has in-anted sheepmen permission to Kraxe 14,000 head of sheep on the lie Ranler reserve the coming sum- Alfred Thompson has been elected the Canadian parliament from the fulcon district by 700 majority. He an In...

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. — 19 December 1904

i - 1UU.V UAST OIlKciUN'I.XN. rEXIM.KTON. OIUCGOX. MONDAY. TECFMHKIt 1. IMM. PAGE THREE. s5STV7ZAAAAAAAAAAAAAivAAi 'HI1' - 444 4A AAA AA A Aaaaaaaa A A 4 44444 AA AAAAAAAA A A AAAAA AA A AAA 4,4 A4 A University of Oregon Gke and Mandolin Club ";,f",1P,r.T5WW)i',,l $ 1 . 1 I . 'v 4 V Vf: 7 1 ft- - ,.v.'--,i. f "A , " 5 1. " -1 K 1 At Christian Church Tomorrow Night, Under Auspices of Pendleton High School. Admission 50c. 'H 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I II I I H,HiWll IIIH i i J I i i i j,..,f.M...f -H"- ''). ISC OMIMG i-.h. iimr future. nd we want to supply you with artlclM in or Une, and will offer (ind at prtoea hat will make you happy. rwif8T(l CARVE THAT 1TKHKY Twelve diUerent Mleaf ! to seleet frouv, ranidiuj; In prtoe rom 50c to 7.0. ROGERS' PLATED SIXVERW ARE Complete Une Kiilve. and Fork, Tea, lert and TaWe BponM, BMt. Largest Assortment of- HEARS; RAZORS, POCKET KNIVES IN PENDLETON SHOT GUNS RIFLES PISTOLS , , ,. aampletc aaaort nteM of Stoves, Rane., Graniteware, Tinware and Homaebold S...

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. — 19 December 1904

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. OHM. M " PAGE FOUR. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternoon (except Bundayf at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST OUEGOXIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. NOW FOR THE JYMNASH'M. The gymnasium committee of tle Commercial Association having ac cepted Elbert Hubbard's terms for a lecture, some time In February, It now falls upon Pendleton to make thla lecture the event of the season. The attendance should fill the thea- 8UBSCRIPT10N RATES. ter to the skylight, with aome of the !& iff JKViii:: :::::: :ffi hid. out above the rof. h Dally, three months, by mall 1-2" 'need be, Weekly, one year, by mall l.ftu Weekly, six months. By mall 76 Weekly, four months, by mall 50 Beml Weekly, one year, by mall 2 00 semi WeeklT. six months, by mall... 1.00 Be ml Weekly, three months, by mall.. .50 Member BcrlppsUcltse News Assoclatloa. The East Oreaonlan Is on sale at II. B. ; Rich's News Stands at Hotel Portland and i Bote) Perkins, Portland. Dragon. Ban Francisco Bureau. 408 ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 December 1904

Aa ma, frsfrsfrsfr.s Extraordinary Offer! TO HOLIDAY SHOPPERS F. WANT YOU TO JJl-R UK WD J.O,,, DAY DISPLAY OF BEACI IFl X AND NEWEST CUE AI'IONS. MAhK OUB PURCHAM.A EARLY. DO NOT WAIT FOR THE lll'SII OF THE LAST DAY. . Saturday and Monday Specials FOIt THE ABOVE TWO DAYS ONLY. 8 it I I 8 kll GLOVE SPECIALS. 2-clnii -Mascot kill gloves, $1.25 viillii', in ull -leading similes. Evory pair guaranteed. Kiieclul for Sat urday uml Monday $1.10 S-clntp l':Hkuy kid gloves, In ull the latest colors. Every pair guaran teed. In ull slaes. Kieclul (or Sat- induy mill Momluy $1.45 HANDKERCHIEF SPECIALS. '! eleguiH assort mont of fuiicy border Handkerchiefs. Conic mill li't us slioiv yon the best values ill Handkerchief at 5c, 10c, I.V, :!"''. 40c, 50e, flOc anil 75c. Yon must see I he goods ami com-liiin- pi-Ices mill you "ill we some itmil values In Hunilkercliiefs. HOSIERY SPECIALS. luo buys (he 25c Hosiery 22c buys the 85c Hosiery 3Hc buys the 50c Hosiery :ie buys the 75c Hosiery :ic buys th...

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. — 19 December 1904

.PAGB BtZ. ' IAn.T EAST OREGONTAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MOXDAT. DECEMBER 19. W4. "4 i I 1 t. -r 1 1 1 5 ' t, 2-. 3 I 3 '" 2 2 LIEU LUND FRAUDS SOURCE OFNIQUITIES NOT WELL I'NDF.RSTOOD. Tin Been tlie Ajrency by Wliicli Die Government Hu Been Directly De frauded, and the llouieneekera In- Ur1 1 y so, Ont of Vast Tracts Necemlty for lteieal on tlie Term Demanded by the Irrigation Con Brow Facing a Timber Famine. " Washington, D. C, Dec. 19. (Spe cial.) Politics aside, congress has at ' limes . succeeded in Innocently doing ; things of Incalculable Injury to the ; country. Such has been the effect of a law passed, a few years ago creat ing what Is known as Forest Reserve Land Kcrlp. Few people throughout the country, especially In the East, .know anything of this law, yet Its workings have been perhaps the most , iniquitous of any land law ever ad ministered by any government in any age. It hus resulted in millions and , tens of millions of dollars' worth of ; the most magnificent merchan...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 December 1904

TEW PACES.' DAILY BAST OREOOXIAJT, a . . . - . . . . Two New Ones, Come in and See Them ANf C $2.50 to $3.50 Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets PERSONAL MENTION CITY BREVITIES n, C. Rader. Get eunny. Bit line Steton hats at Roosevelt's. 13.50 ladles' Gloria shoes at Roose telt'i Finest line of pretty, useful holiday preienU at Rader's. Tm Rent Good buslnes location. Enquire 114 East Webb street Hn. Campbell'a beautiful . dresa bid make a lovely Xmas gift. Smokers Ret satisfaction at How- urd'i, formerly Rees" cigar atoro. Oneida Community silverware, puranteed 25 years, at the Owl. . Call for premium tickets at Lee Teuton's. They ore worth money. For Rent Storeroom, 728 Cotton wood street; Inquire of Chris Ranley. Japanese cook wunts a Job. Wages 110 per month. Address P. O.box 34. Warm felt slippers for Xmaa pres ent!, at Teutsch's Department Store. The St George restuarnnt, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl . t Until Xmas, the Peoples Warehouse itorw will...

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. — 19 December 1904

DAILY KASTT ORKJONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY. DECEMBER . IM. 4 DOI'BLE TICKETS. If von buy In the morning, Unit iK-niM a tickets instead of 1 fur each dollur pui-cliase, to encourage early trailing. v 'r . i' i copies Warehouse I' DOrill.R lnri. " ir you buy In ule nim,. B me,,,,. 2 U(:ko,H h,s,aTi 1 N Z lolliir purchase, , " t -PAGE EIGHT. f ltt!! !!!!!!!!! f ?'". -.,, fnffffntn!i!tttiit - TTt MIMM mtt II ii m. i m tsi unit t.mtniiiim in n illllllllHttmwm """"" 1 Hal EiMl !8 At Ihe 1- r: OM.Y FIVE MORE DAYS. THEN SANTA CLAVS COMES!. RCT IN THAT FIVE DAYS WE MEAN TO ESTABLISH A NEW RECORD IN BARGAIN GIVING SALES. THAN ANY OTHER? MOST MERCHANTS ADVANCE PRICES Dl'RIVG HOLIDAY' SEASON. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE REDUCES Til EM, AND DURING THE N GOING TO BE SO PLAIN AND CLEAR CUT THAT NONE WILL NEED A MAGNIFYING GLASS TO, CONVINCE THEM OF THE FACT THAT THE I. WHY PAY MORE AT CIIRreru tG iEXT FIVE DAYS R1:I."ctTon8 PEOPLES WAREHOUSE DOES AS IT ADVERTISES. NEVER ALLOWS ANY MISREPRESENTATIO...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 December 1904

CAST OREGONIAT, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER It, 104. PAGB NINE. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE i nl Sales. I , ,t hu been aroused In '"'".'.tate land, located In C county which will take Tfhi. city t the court house 86 parcel, located In Nei d .. and containing from fiv "..half to 160 acres. The nu . . . , a a", j .l,iea ot me mu . of the .7n . 130 per acre and no land p"h. sold for less than the apprals- w The term of sale are liber tL Is expected that aeveTal bid- .ill be present for eacn pare-.. 1. ate require, a payment of ' nth of the purchaae price and for on. year on th. re- r This 1- made payable In 10 payment, which provide an 'or th. land to be paid rirom the crop, grown. -Inland 1. located In all part, of ITlinty and contain, mme of the hTland-towlton Tribune. More Convenient Train Service. tn, ; commercial Club ha. taken W to If the O. R. A N. Co. can cMnre lt card " toTTlet Twin, .top at North Powder. TJn L Drent arrangement., parties de ll, to visit t...

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

I BATLY EAST OREOONIAW, 'PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY. DECEMBER 1. I it L PAGE TEN. IE.'; ltf Ml I ttttttttttttttt BETTED MtlCES THAN ELSE WHERE. wmaTMAft ROXES w GIFTS. SEID DELEGATE ROOSEVELT'S NEWS COLUMN OWL TEA HOUSE XMAS CHINA. WIIHIIIHtHltllllllHHIIHIUli CHILDREN'S MASQl'EKADE. nif. M. 11. McMinn Give a l'letwaiit Dance Juvenile Dancing Club Saturday Afternoon. . - The children's masquerade dance given by Prat. M. H. McMinn to his Juvenile dancing club at Music hall. last Saturdny evening, was one of the most pleasant and Interesting events of the season for the children There was a large attendance. 115 children taking part and about 185 visitors being present to enjoy the dance. Many of the costumes were highly attractive and unique, and prises were awarded to the following To the best woman. Miss Winnie Jones: the best man. Master Nat Klmbrell. The Judges were Roy Leezer. Prank Pierce. Mrs. William Baker. Miss Marshall and Mrs. C. E. Troutman. One of the most unique costumen ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 December 1904

i 111!! fSSSiarned that the nTeach nearly I 1 ' Corner,, you -ave Ti368 11111 'ui "- - j DAILY EVENING EDITION WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight partly cloudy. Wednes day snow. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1904. NO. 5233. IT. OUL ithat the Land Frauds Instigated and Abet- from Washington. liT WITNESSES SAID TO BE TtflSSING. kSeiialors Will Bo Undo L milted ltwf 'Senator unuiii Arc Coming IUUB a, uie Bim-'IiivcHtiitatlon L Directed b5 Special En- UK Interior Ilenartmeni k Aaalii Hermann Said to Wwt, liuber Thieves Confess, . itiand. Or., Deo. 20. Ma. fare and ICmma Watson, fen or me'vreBuii umuci were before the grand oday. It 1 authorltative- Lunced that both, as well Slier and JMcKlnley, made confeaalons, Implicating high In authority. Secret t men are looking for the Shrough iHilch certain per jhave been Informed of the isstoni. and are taking precaution to Insure se md are shadowing the nen. L first ease considered by fury will be that of State tor Pierce Muys, who Is 10 have...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 December 1904

i PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TI ESDAY. DECEMBER 30, tt04. a .-is. HOTEL ARRIVALS. MMMMMtttMtHf '-' MtHT : r ur l ft 4 i 1 I FREDERICK KOLF Sc CO'S. t r SANTA CLACS STOKE. J TOYS AND DOLLS IMMENSE i LINE IiATEST NOVELTIES. BOOKS OUR SPECI.Uj HOOK SALE CONTINUES BOOKS RETAILED AT AL MOST ONE-HALF BOOK STORE PRICES. GAMES Sc to $4.95. FLINCH COMPETITION, PANIC AND MANY OTHER NEW GAMES. , X TREE ORNAMENTS, PIIONO J GRAPHS, ETC. GENERAL NEWS. It In absolutely certain that Cen tral KuroKJ Is not dead. On the cen taury,, he is alive and in Japan. , Ths German Congregationallsts of Tpper Albina, OJacent to Portland, aave a new church which cost $6000. From Port Arthur to Mukden is the same distance as from Pendleton to Spokane, and in just the same direc tion. The secretary- of the treasury on December 19 sent to congress a rec ommendation for n public building at inker City. Plague 1ms broken out In the fac tory districts of Vltka and Slobotlskl. 3tussla, while the ...

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