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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 December 1904

TWELVE PAGES. DATLV EAST OKECOXlAy. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER l, r PAGE ELEVEN. TRANSPORTATION LINES. HOTELS. j AMONG THE EXCHANGES ! OF THE INLAND EMPIRE BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George 1 -1 GEORGE DARTEAC, Proprteto. riu-ixtiMi Oiurch. r , Christian church people have ". . , build at once on tnetr lot shoP Funsten returned thl. Tnas ben decided by the congre 1 to put UP cheap frame atruc now preparatory to the erection 140 000 structure later on. The j !!, adopted are for a frame build In lie. Sunday school M ' .j",0 is cut off In uch a way Tfn ca" be added to the main . ....-t a curtain. I"" . nmrv structure will not ?" tKef& $1600 and It la Intended " .. m.leten and occupied be- Jspring-BoiseCapltal News. , ga of Blankets. l Vi'iihur minerlntendent of the mton' "Woolen Milla. closed a deal uUy by h'e a great te was & Twenty-seven thousand dol ST'worth of white blanket, were S to one Boston Arm. ThU la the Individual aale eve...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 December 1904

DAILY EAST ORBGOKIAK, PEW DL ON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER H. !- M-M HE HAD NO LICEfiSE ...SUEVIAN WARE... CHRISTMAS BOXES Fon ATOM i BETTER PRICES THAN ELSE WHERE. w m a. TUE LAWS HEAVY HIM) ROOSEVELT'S NEWS COLUMN drops down on kjelley. PAGE TWELVE. We can the ars irton of the lonn of the odd and unique to our new line of genuine SUEVIAN WARE. It la suitable aa fliililmas Present, or tor whist party prb a. Tho those aot IkaUUar wttb the ware ire will say that tt a the fines arranfement of - .j and cigar labela with Japanese and other ph. tuna tmag-. See them ta oar window. OWL TEA HOUSE NOVELTIES OF THE SKASON. Surprise Party for the Popular Rall rondor Marshal Carney Taken Him la Custody, Bat the Only Penalty! Accruing Tu the Shock of the Ar- I -Defendant Has by Jodie Pita Gerald. Discharged H-M JAMES, EX- OUt, MILD-MAXNKRED MISSOURI GENTLEMAN. A SUn Man With Elongated Feature and a Sontbom Accent and Drawl 'Entertains Undying Hatred for Boa Ford Crowd, and Makes No Piutcsiae o...

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. — 22 December 1904

r : ImMKGEOlTiii - I DAILY EVENING EDITION , mtt have learned that iw J " 0regonlan reaches nearly all Tdesirable customers, you have JMtneM tooth to cut. WEATHER FORECA8T. Tonight and Friday cloudy and threatening with rain or mow. i i .. tmmmammmassmBBm-r D i -- - TOL. 17. PATTERSON CASE IS HANDS Crowd So Great a Large Force of Special and Mounted Po lice is Ordered Out. . IgGrflMATE LIMITS OF A VERDICT DEFINED. facutloa Reiterate Theory That TaBBC Could Not Have Fired the gat Which Killed Him lodge Gate Lengthy Expositioa of What OnMitmea Reasonable Doubt ajsrt Included Certain Testimony a Value to atna o( Protracted Benson. lit York, Dee. 22. Justice Davie Mtt4 during the recess he would not duff the Jury until tomorrow, and nuerutor Rand begin the summing tr lb. prosecution when court open 4 uer I. He agreed with the de late that either Young killed him 1 or the defendant killed hint. Be erarnl it physically Imyojriblc for hxng to fire the shot which canard at death. Charging 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. — 22 December 1904

PACII TWO. DAILY EAST ORBGONIAV, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER . PAGBa. ii HOTEL ARRIVALS. TKN : : THE SALE IS SOW ON. i FREDERICK KOLF & CO'S. SANTA GLAUS STORE. TOTS AND 1KJLI.S IMMENSE LINK LATEST NOVELTIKS. BOOKS OCR SPECIAL BOOK SALE CONTINUES BOOKS RETAILED AT AL MOST ONE-HALF BOOK STORE PRICES. GAMES 6c to 4.5. FLINCH COMPETITION, PANIC AND MANY OTHER NEW GAMES. TREK ORNAMENTS, PHONO GRAPHS, ETC SUPREME COURT IS A SUPREME USURPER. GENERAL NEWS. Racked by tlip State Executive. Civil and Military, it In Engaged In In vest Idling Democratic Products, IM-mncratic Official and Democrat ic Mh Written. With Uniform and Predetermined Ileaulta. The action of the supreme court of tv.lo. -ido In assuming control of the '-"'.on officers and the polls in eigh; inver wards at the recent elecl .. ays the Star, was a novelty in legul procedure, to say the least. It made the election officers directly responsible to the supreme court for any dereliction of duty, and practical ly d...

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. — 22 December 1904

rfAfiES. PAJLT EAST ORBGOX1AX. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER M, IM4. PAGE THREE. i i '1 i , t iiKrm i "Tr"""r UMHIttllllllimMW I STORE OPEN EVENINGS Practical Xmas Gifts Appropriate and Acceptable Christmas GOODS SILK PETTICOATS, FURS, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK COMFORTERS, UlCE COLLARS, SILKS, DRESS PATTERNS, . CMBRELLAS, POISES, PILLOWS, UNEN HYLIES, INDIAN ROBES, HOSIERY. SOROSIS SHOES FOR WOMEN; WALK OVER SHOES FOR MEN; WOMEN'S TAILOR scrrs, combs, belts, silk and wool waists, ribbons, fans, srrr cases, la- DIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS, LACE CUR TAINS, TABLE LINENS, KIMONAS, MENS and boys' srrrs, silk shawls. it ALEXANDER DEPT. STORE THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES. , mntmi tnMinn BUSINESS PLACES ALL OPEN LATE THIS W EEK. Immnw llolklay Baylnjr la Progress As Good or Better Banrsft Than Year Ago Immense Trade la Fancy Groceries and Fruits, Maay at Advanced rrtant Comparative Scarcity of Poultry, Especially ot Turkeys. i But two more days remain for shopper to purchase Christmas p...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 December 1904

i PAGH rOOR. ttATUT BAST ORBOOTflAy, PEJfDtETOJT, OREGON, THURSDAY. PKCKMBEK tl i. Aft INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Saalauied every afternoon ei-at Bandar) at Pendleton. Orwoa, hj the , SAST OREGON! AX PlltU.SHING COMPAJTY. tCBSCHftloS BATHS, ally, one year, by lull tally, li months, by mall, ally, three months, by luil... tmuj.mt monta, by mall... so . " ytr, by mail is artly. elz moo the, by mall... . 7s ""'7. four month, by mall '50 Beml-Weekly, sue year, by mall 1 mi Wely, mtx atooths. by mall... J.o sal-sely, these swaths, by mall.. JM proposed to Increase thla burden. Even If the duties should be reduced or removed altogether, the effect would be neutralised in part, if not altogether, hjr depriving trade with the inlands of the advantage of com petition in transportation. To give a few concerns a chance to make a lit tle money out of them, their trade 8wj Mcnticeo ana tneir errorts . I J.80 i to develop industry would be weieh- M1SERY Rill TUB MASSES. poison. A few He down on the r...

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. — 22 December 1904

I ytittiTiii!!!!!!!!!!!1 n '.i...."-111 aMa' WIIIIUliM,' ""w- tBraiMT. iMPiin n iih - rtm rm. f n """"""" ' j LM5g5is Bfeifefe : 1 1 ' i 8 s 8 8 tMitnt H H For Your Christmas Dinner JHK Ml'KT MARKET RHOHJI CONTRIBUTE ITS PORTION TOWARD MAKING THE CHHIUTMAS FESTIVITIES ENJOYABLE. WTC ARK PREPARED TO SUPPLY YOU WITH CHOICE GOODS IN OUR LINE. ' UDAY FEASTS WE HAVE CHOICEST MEATS OF AIX KINDS BEEF, PORU, MUTTON AND VEAi. J . Poultry TURKEYS. CHICKENS, DUCKS AND GEESE. LIVE AND DRESSED. OOOD FOR THAT MAGNIFICENT SPREAD. ALL LARGE. FAT AND PLUMP, AND ESPECIALLY. Oysters AND EXTRA GOOD. BOTH EASTERN AND OLYMPLA. Salt Water Foods IN FISH WE HAVE HALIBUT, SALMON, ROCK COD AND SMELTS. ALSO FINE CLAMS, CRAWFI H, SHRIMPS, ETC! AT OUR MARKET YOU WILL FIND AT ALL TIMES CHOICE MEATS, BOLOGNAS, SAUSAGES AND UTJRSTS. WE WANT TO BKt YOUR BUTCHERS AND SUPPLY YOU WITH MEATS. WE AIM TO AND DO SATISFY OCR CUSTOMERS. IF YOU HAVU NEVER GIVEN US A TRIAL ORDER WE WANT YOU TO DO SO. t r ' - - ' -Hi.. ; . . . ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 December 1904

TEN --------- I ll ' , -...wTtrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TT TyTT;WTTtmTTTmt. Christmas Week at ' TiAIT.T EAST ORBOOX1AV. PEVDLBTOW. OREGON. THITISDAT. DECEMBER 88. "0- ALEYS m v t r - V 1 , , ' u j . . . . 729 Main Street, Pendleton, Oregon For this Week We are Making a Tremendous Cat in Men's and Bovs' Clotfcir - Overcoats Boys Knee Pants Suits $2.50 Suits at $1.75 3.00 Suits at 12.25 t3.R0 Sulu at $2.T5 $4.00 Salts at $3.10 5.00 Sulu at $4.15 to 8 . Men's Suits $7.50 Suits at SW.00 $10.00 Sulu at $7.75 $12.50 Suits at $10.00 $15.00 Suits at $12.50 $1(1.50 SulU at $13.00 . VJ'.'-'-.A Men's Overcoats $8.00 Coats sell at WJ5 $9.00 Cnats sell at . . j6 7t $10.00 Coats sell at - i-j $11.00 Coats, lung belt, sell at n-t $15.00 Coats, long belt, sell at $16.50 Coats, long belt, sell at tlSM Furnishings, fJotibns and Hats Handkerchiefs and Mufflers Initial Handkerchiefs fancy Silk Handkerchiefs. . Linen Handkerchiefs Silk Mufflers 25c to 35c . .2oc to $1.00 . . . 85c to 30c . 50c to $2.00 Neckwea...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 December 1904

fr? PATLT KA9T ORBGOTOAH, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, DKCKMREH 11, 1M. PAGK UVKM. Flint 12.50 .RE GIVr ; NITURE X)R ME 1 anxious ; svrrvt jveb O ; JS . I Watch Our Windows BIG CCT8 W1U BE MADE IN PRICE OP ORANGES gOON. OCR ORANGES ARE SWEET AND DELICIOUS. PROMPT DKLIVKHY OCR HOBBY. STANDARD Grocery Company Court and Johnson Streets ' Prompt Delivery Oar Hobby PERSONAL MENTION i.rwTwewTw.wJwJw P. B. town. L. H. Shipp, town. Van Cleve. of Echo, Is In of Pilot Rock, to In c CITYiBREVITIES 0. & Rader. Got unny. Art Jardinieres at the Owl. Cake plates for Xmu at the OwL Big line Stetaon hat at Roosevelt'. .Guaranteed hand-painted China Owl. S. 60 ladles' Gloria shoes at Roose tilt'a finest line of pretty, useful holiday amenta at Rader'. For Rent Good busines location. Jwnilre 114 East Webb street. ura Campbell' beautiful dress at make a .:z'f Xmas sift. . Smokers get aatisfactlon at How inl's. formerly Ree' cigar store. LoweKt prices ever heard on rugs It Rader's Friday and' Saturd...

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. — 22 December 1904

TEN PAGKa. PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORBOON1A. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER M. I04- 'S BUSINESS VENTURE BY ' WASHINGTON BELLES. Their Fattier Constructed for the Government the Old Military Road ' Prom Fort 'Walla Walla to Fort Benton Hie Family la Much Re. dnced In Circumstances, and the Daughters WIU Give Tbelr Fatlier a Rome. Almost every one In the Inland Empire has heard of the "Mullan road" which started at Fort Walla Walla and extended through . the Ooeur d'Alene and Rocky mountains to Fort Benton, on the Missouri river, ays. the Walla Walla Union. It was a military road constructed ' by the government under the direc tion of Captain John Mullan, U. & A It was finished at the outbreak of the Rebellion. For some years the malls were carried over it, and It was used by immigrants. The son of an old array surgeon graduated with distinc tion at West Point and, doubtless. would have attained high rank dur ing the Civil war, had he remained in the army. But his wife, a fi...

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. — 22 December 1904

TEX PAGES. DAVEACT PEXDLKTON, ' t . " 'rssa 1 :! ANGTHEEXCHANGEsi 0I ini3- 1INAND EMPIRE v-iowfcH With Newbltt MnrderT m grand Jury In Portland la now .jjlt to implicate C. K. Loomla, for- r gpeui - ' "l " Lt Ljk the WUHama murder case. The story runs xnai uomts iu t to Investigate the claims, which Slllliim and the Nesbttt women had up. The women had by this disappeared and no one knew 11, vhereabouts. The supposition wd romor has It. that the evidence jj produced will substantiate this oaistsnce. that - Williams made ,fslon to Loomis concerning the rter and that Loomts advised the ..rflerer to get out of thev country i to abandon his claims. To cor- dsirate this It Is cited that after Wll- jan. had disappeared Loo mis be his beneficiary tp the extent of 15000 ,n ,ne vlonlty of the WH aaaa claims. Williams was Interest 4 In an Irrigation ditch to that jaoant before he had become mixed IP in the trouoie, wnicn iinaiiy re aped In conviction, and when he left at country nis i aiaappea...

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. — 22 December 1904

FAGsI TEN. DAILY BAST ORHGON1AN, miURO!!, ORBOOrT, THOISDAT, DECEMBER tt, ItM. TEN PACuxa. ...ssssseasSseeesMttTll tMtJ"ff1 1 1 aa as as, """""l MIMMMillMil!!1"'''' wwwse THE BIG.NEY SISTERS ...SUEVIAN WARE... XX BETTER PRICES THAN EIB WHERE. CHRISTMAS BOMS Pan ROOSEVELT'S NEWS COLUMN We can the attention of tbe lovere of the odd and unique to our new line of genuine SUEVIAN WARE. It la salable a Christmas presents, or far whist party prise. Tho ttaoas not familiar with the ware we wffl amy that it la the finest arrangement of stamps and clear labela with Japanese and other pictures Imag inable, see them In our window. OWL TEA HOUSE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. IMIIHH mum TOL TAKE A HOLIDAY. K. C. Brehm, Who Has ' Lived uamaa ITmlrte for Fast aw Tears, Will Spend Winter In Portland. E. Q. Brehm, who has a ranch five . miles southeast from Alba In Camas rrauie. is in town. Mr. Brehm will eave today or tomorrow for Portland, Ha will secure a house and with his lamiiy will spend the winter...

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. — 23 December 1904

1 A 3 i r DAILY EVENING EDITION Cnles you have learned that the East Oregon ian reaches nearly all ue desirable customer, you have bail new tooth to cut. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and now, cooler. Saturday rain er iaMiy EVEKIKB EDITIOHj VOL. 17. HIRE STORE WAS BURGLARIZED Court Street is a Favorite field for the Operations of ' Housebreakers. , 1, CLARK WAS THE VICTIM IiAST NIGHT. lUnes Gained an Entrance by Using . Crowfcar on a Rear Window . Tbry Left the Till and Money Dn asxfced and -Helped Themselves liberally to Knives and Pistols Game Was Amateurish lint Dar tag and the Pmyelratprs Left Be- . Mod Them -the -Crowbar. . Last night W. J. Clark's hardware store was robbed. The thieves effected an entrance through a rear window by prying the Iron shutters from their hinges. The Inner window was then forced. Evidently the thieves were planning a bit of hold-up work, for firearms stemed to be all they wanted. They took six or eight revolvers, three of them being of the Colt's make. ...

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. — 23 December 1904

pack rwo. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER M. PAGES. TEN THE SALB IS NOW ON. FREDERICK NOLF & CO'S. SANTA CLAU6' STORE. t t i TOTS AND DOLLS IMMENSE LINE LATEST NOVELTIES. HOOKS OUR SPECIAL BOOK SALE CONTINUES BOOKS RETAILED AT AL MOST ONE-HALF BOOK STORE PRICES. GAMES Ac to 4.5. FLINCH COMPETITION, PANIC AND MANY OTHER NEW GAMES. 1 TREE ORNAMENTS, PHONO GRAPHS, ETC. GENERAL NEWS. Bend. Crook county, has voted to Incorporate. W. E. Qoodwillle ia the lirst mayor. J. Plerpont Morgan has paid. 16000 for the first piano' made. It was made In 1 70S. Vermont now haa a state tubercu losis commission, paid out of the state treasury. Dr. William A. Evuns. of Chicago, In an address before the Gradunte Nurses' association, stated that there mv Mioo cases of tuberculoma in Chi cago. Farmers in 96 Texas counties are holding 586.00U bales of cot'on for richer prices. These counties pro duce nearly 76 per cent of the Texas crop. From spring ponds on Pocono mountain. Pe...

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. — 23 December 1904

3 1 I -s ll PA1LT EAST ORBOON1AN. PENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER M. 1KX. PACK THREE. 'if MimiMMimi. MiimmMnmniTMMtm niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumii Christmas Week at m 0, 1 iALEYS a 1 1 a m x my u : , f ' 729 Main Street, Pendleton, Oregon for this Week We are Mating a Ttemcndoos Cut in Men's and Boys Clothing and Overcoats Boys Knee Pants Suits $2.50 Suits at ..' '....$1.78 83.00 Soft at ta.15 $3.50 Suits at $2.75 $4.00 Suits t $j.io $5.00 Sun at 84.15 1 Men's Suits $7.50 Suits at $I.M Suits at '' $12.50 Suits at $10.00 S1&.0 Suits at $11.50 Mm at $1S.M Men's Overcoats $8.00 Coats sell at M.88 $0.00 Coats Sell at 810.00 floats sell at .$7.7$ $11.00 Coats, kmc belt, sell at $8.78 $15.00 Coats, Ions; belt, seU at $11.80 $10.50 Coats, lonf belt, sell at $11.00 Furnishings. Notions and Nats Handkerchiefs and Mufflers Initial Handkerchiefs 25c to 15c Fancy Kilk Handkerchief!! 15c to 81.00 Linen Handkerchiefs 15c to 50c Bilk Mufflers .... i..- 50c to 82.00 Neckwear We have flic Foiir-ln-H...

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. — 23 December 1904

. -4 PAGE FOUR. DAILY EAST OREGON1AN, FEXDIJETON', OREGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. IM. A7 INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternoon (except Bandar) t Penflleton, Oregon. b7 tbe EAST OliBJOMAN 1'1'liIJSUIXG COMPANY. - RimsOUIHTION BATES. . IWIIt. one yir, by mall '.$500 lMlly. lx montba. by mall 2.SU laily, three moot ha, by mall........ 1.23 ltally.oae month, by mall 60 wneiciy, one year, by mall 1.(10 Weekly, els muaths, by mall 75 Weekly, four montba, by mall so Beml-Weekly, one year, by mall S.iKi Henil. Weekly, ill monthe. by mall... 1.00 enil-weekly, urea moatba, by mall.. .SO Member Hcrlppe McRu News Aaaoclatloa. The East Oregontan t on sale at B. R. Rich Newa Standa at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perklna, Portland, Oregon. Han Pnnrtaeo Rnreaa, 408 Foorth St. 'Chicago Bureaa, 608 Security ItulldlnK. naaaiuirran, v. v.. Bureau, sol 14th BL, . W. Telephone Alain 11. Rntered at Pendleton Poatofflce as second claaa matter. The time la racked with birth- . pangs; every hour Brings ...

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. — 23 December 1904

rex PAOM. , " ' "" ' - Att.Y EASt OREftnVtAV MmMii ....... itr-n---1"'1' r i in mi - v, uwwa, Friday, December H, IMi. AGtiTTS. . . 1 1 1 it STORE OPEN EVENINGS Practical Xinas Gifts Good, at this store, w. re glM.,nP flTXt'.fH!,.t...'nd L" ATO., o, " TZTZZTZTTT"" I i Appropriate and Acceptable Christmas MM. tl-lllCUAls, llK.s, LOVKs HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK COMFORTERS LACE COLLARS. SILKS, PRESS PATTERNS TMBRELLAS, PURSES, PILLOWS, LINEN DOYLIES, INDIA ROBES, HOSIERY. SOnosiS SHOES FOR WOMEN; WALK OVER SHOES FOR MEN; WOMEN'S TAILOR SUITS, COMBS, BELTS, SILK AND WOOL WAISTS. RIBBONS, FANS, SUIT CASES, LA HIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS, LACE CUR. TAINS. TABLE LINENS, KIMOXAS. MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS, SILK SHAWLS. ALEXANDER DEPT. STORE I jtn:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: in AisiNft imiiiTi OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF DOiiS. We, have a complete Une of these and can furnish you with any kind of a doll you mny want. Dressed or undressed, with kid or cloth liodles; with bisque or China heads. We have a...

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. — 23 December 1904

TAGK BZ." TEN PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGON! AK, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER S, 1M. UNLUCKY NUMBER BARRED ; , FROM THE O. R. N Last Older 8lgned by Conductor Charles P. Brown Was No. IS He Joked With the Dispatchers Over the Number and Warned Engineer Theism to Look Out for Danger Dispatchers Eliminate Order No. IS Front the Regular Order Book. Since the tragic death of Conductor Charles F. Brown at Kamela, on the morning of November 8. the 13tl) train order of each day has been for ever abolished on the Mountain di vision of the O. R. ft N. The lust train order aliened by Con duclor Brown on that fatal trip was order No. 13, which he received at Bingham Springs snd which. In hi usual jovial manner, he at first re fused to sign for, telling the despatch- er to change the number. After a few words of joking over the wires with the dispatcher. Con ductor Brown took the order and In delivering a copy of It to Engineer Pete Thetsen said In fun: "That's n bad one. Pete, look at the nu...

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. — 23 December 1904

TEN PAOtte. PAILT EAST OREGOMAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. tWDAT, DECEMBER as, IKH. - PAGE 'SEVEN. PERSONAL MENTION e MS A Gift (ur-Tj Ml I H unuu ' LIKE THIS WILL PLEASE THE GIRLS We Have All Sizes, 2 to 14 years lb $4 Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Mam and Alta Streets 75c G CITY BREVITIES V, C. Rader. Get aunny. 'i Art Jardinieres at the OwL. ;' Kew Knox hats, Roosevelt's. Cake plates for Xmas at the Owl. '. Guaranteed hand-painted China OWl. A Douglas and Hanan shoes at Roose relt's. Finest line of pretty, useful holiday prtsents at Rader'a. For Rent Good buslnes location. Inquire 114 East Webb street Bmokers get satisfaction at How erd'a. formerly Rees' cigar store. Lowest prices ever heard on rugs St Rader'a Friday and Saturday. For Rent Storeroom, 728 Cotton wood street; Inquire of Chris Ranley. Jupanese cook wants a Job. Wages fSI per month. Address P. O.box 34. The St. George restuarant, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, propri etress. Until Xnios, the Peoples Warehouse (tores wi...

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. — 23 December 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORBGOTOAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER SS, 104. TEN 'AGES, eISTMAS IS COMPG T ' 7?': .r!t " 4" 8 T' 'till at- 4 AVV. J ism 1 X- 1 Is In the near future, and we want to supply 70a w'th articles In oar line, and will offer goods at prices that will make you happy. CARVERS TO CARVE THAT TURKEY Twelve d ffcrent styles of sets to select from, ranging In price from 50c to $7.00. RODGERS' PLATED SILVERWARE Complete It ic Knives and Forks, Tea, Desert and Table Spoons, Etc Largest Assortment of SHEARS, RAZORS, POCKET KNIVES IN PENDLETON I SHOT GUNS RIFLES PISTOLS We also have the largest and most complete assort mem of Stoves, Ranges, Granlteware, Tinware and Bouse bold Supplies to SBleet DONT FAIL to Inspect our line while shopping for Christmas. I I V V 0 0, Lfrk R iCEL c I &iii"'i',!ii8ilil.l iiiiMMjMiHvvrw 1 """" ' lllllllttlllllMMII IttiH I I II I I I I 1 ItTlll I 1 1 H I Ml I n,,TTirt.l I I I I lin4H I 1 1 III Mill Not Good Not Here ecemlber Special ...

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