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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 23 December 1904

oregonia.. Pendleton, Oregon, Friday, December bs. i4. pack nan. iMONG THE EXCHANGES HOTELS. business cards, societies professions And trades Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEATJ, Proprietor. 10F THE INLAND EMPIRE A"- TRANSPORTATION LINES. IS f ...... rllOII of becoming county lenal county, In which both P located, and of which Rath rthe present Heat, li a very I1 nty extending along the Lite otO" panhandle of the f , the boundary. ktfw . unnilnnlnt are reDort- ! p.......'nr n division of the i hn formation of a new Lit to Inciuuc .. - r it of Shoshone county also and a.n,innitit the county seat. enrot Coeur d'Alene. It Is willing that a division 11 the " ihould be made, but don't "I idea of being obliged to oon Rathdrum for the honor of ' .,nmmt of the county. "J!Lfnr It Is now proposed to di- Ztt county Into three, thus giving mx a court house and a set of "((IcerB. Boise Capital News. Making No Promlw. arernor-elect Frank R. Gooding hone Is in the city looking -Imattere which he will...

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. — 23 December 1904

PAGE TEX. DAILY BAST ORBGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. tt m ft f f f III ill!!!??!?! i f ? ? ? ! !!!?!!!::::!! ??rffT??- THE DUELLING CODE WMMMiMMMiMMMM. ...SUEVIAN WARE... CHRISTMAS BOXES Vnm GIFTS. R BETTER PRICES THAN ELSE WHERE. PENDLETON PHYSICIAN ROOSEVELT'S NEWS COLUMN WHO SURVIVES SYSTEM. We call tin attention of the lovers of the odd and unique to our new line of genuine SUEVIAN WARE. It la aul table H ChrlanH presents, or for whist party prim. Ttio those not familiar with the ware we will say that tt 1 the finest arrangement of stamps and cigar labels with Japanese and other plctares imag inable. See them In oar window. OWL TEA HOUSE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. iiimiHtH , A CHANCE FOR SOMEONE. Pennsylvania Girl With a Fancy for the Breeay West. Ho, young men of the West! Here's your opportunity. Miss Estella La Bar. of Weatherly. Carbon county, -Pennsylvania, desires to correspond with some one of you. Her object she does not state and she does not Inclose a p...

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. — 24 December 1904

7 ' i3 1 DAILY EYENINGEDITIOH .. wm& lAara1 that tha 1 unless yu u" .ion rA&chei nearly all I WEATHER FORECAST. J Tonight and Sunday rain or now. e-gf UrtB"'' - desirable customer!, you have inem tooth to out. roi l7 .1 PENDLETON, OTTEGOX, SAtUKDAY, DECEMttEK 24, 1904. . 1 Ubtr Pi v .... , . x - a CHURCHESTD g04th. Anniversary of the Birth of Uhrist Appropriately Celebrated. ' 7" 'CATIIXA COVNTT HAS THE CHRISTIAN " 11. 1.a T..K Vibonllo Programs "--"" - V . ii.l'M.lfiii nf lrooelltl. Mild HP ilHI l-riiu" Biratltiilly Decorated- Trees and Sleighs Hi Delight U10 Children E,eJ0vhi.rc Si-lul',:,SefVlci Mftl ft Wndcd ''J' 4' L - 61 Ft !te tjeiigrrgiitloiml Church Tonior ni.Yhite Christmas. Ordered to Tieuve Fez. lU Tanglers, Dec. 24. The British minister has Instructed the British ttiunui aim mi nriusn suniects -To j" Christmas, tne auy 01 an auys, not . leave Fez. It Is believed the other M fete flay or a Teuy nuuon, uui iwna mtc receivea similar in OBSERVE THE SPIRIT. will take...

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. — 24 December 1904

I I PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST ORBGON1AN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1804. TEN "Ml PAnv. I at i FBEDERICK NOLF k CO'S. SANTA CLAl'S STORE. TOY8 AND DOLLS -IMMENSE LINE LATEST NOVELTIES. BOOKS OUR SPECIAL BOOK SALE CONTINUES BOOKS RETAILED AT AL MOST ONE-HALF BOOK STORE PRICES. GAMES 60 to 4.5. FLINCH COMPETITION, PANIC AND MANY OTHER NEW GAMES. TREE ORNAMENTS, PHONO GRAPHS, ETC. GENERAL NEWS. Professor Kreutz at Kiel university, has discovered a new comet. The Spokane high school is to have an auditorium that will seat over 1000 lversons. At Baratow. Cal., F. A. Wilson, a switchman, shot and killed Lewis De June, a bartender. Near 8haron, Pa., three children were killed while coasting;, by collid ing with a post at the bottom of the hill. Parker's popular vote was 1.277.772 less than Bryan's four years ago. The total vote cast for all candidates was 460,078 less than four years ago. By collisions, delays, suspension of business in various channels, a two duy fog In London I...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 December 1904

,1 i-AfiES. DAILY EAST OREGONLVN. rKVDIJSTOX, OREGON, SATTRDAT, DECEMBER . 04. pao fit. i I I-T-M IBOHHB 8 STORE OPEN EVENINGS I Practical Xmas Gifts! 8 HI i'. n ' I GF.N. CHAWFORD FAVORS I AMENDING TWO STATUTES. Xnuw Riirgains were never so great and so plentiful. You will riiwi th - , . . - ? Goods at this store. We are showing new ta Si toSJSS"4 As9rtent ot t Appropriate and Acceptable Christmas GOODS SILK PETTICOATS, nils, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK COMFORTERS, LACE COLLARS, Sn.KS, DRESS PATTERNS, UMBRELLAS, PURSES, PILLOWS, LIXEN DOYLIES, INDIAN RORES, HOSIERY. ' ROROfilS SHOES FOR WOMEN; WALK. ' OVER SHOES FOR MEN; WOMEN'S TAILOR ' . ' SITITS, COMBS, BELTS, SILK AND WOOL WAISTS, RIBBONS, FANS, SUIT CASES, LA DIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS, LACE CUR TAINS, TABLE LINENS, KIMONAS, MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS, SILK SHAWLS. ALEXANDER DEPT. STORE TTI I'1 fllW.'I? C flE HITCH TITTTVO One Will Validate Certain lusues r Bontls Wherein the Strict Letter ot tlie Law Han NiA Been Compiled With The O...

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. — 24 December 1904

f Mia. ,TtlMvtTtHtl T HEWS OF MILTON COLUMBIA COLLEGE RAVE A FINE RECITAL. Will Spend Their Vacation at Muro, Rlurllle and Other Points Masons Install a New Corps of Of f leers Celebrating .25th Anniversary of Marriage Manque Ball tlie Even ing 'of December 36 School uml College Have a Week's Vacation. Milton, Dec 23. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Adams have arrived from Moro and will visit their daughter, Mrs. J. E. Nlohols until New Tears. Miss Mae Littleton, one of the teachers, will go to spend her vaca' tlon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Littleton. Last Tuesday evening Columbia College gave another recital to a large and appreciative1 Audience at the new opera house. Mrs. J. L. Pierce, accompanied by , her daughter. Miss Epsa, has come from Walla Walla to spend Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Bikes. Mrs. Henry Nagel, of Walla Walla, and daughter. Mrs. Harry J. Miller, of Portland, .have been visiting Mrs. J. L. Williamson. Next Monday night the stockhold ers ot the new ope...

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. — 24 December 1904

i rljr.- TEN PAGES. KA5n' OREGKNT-N. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1104. PAGE SEVEIT. : DAILY .- "", i . - - i i Watch Our Windows BIG CUTS WILl BE MADE IN PRICE OF ORANGES SOON. OUR ORANGES ARE SWEET AND DEIJCIOUS. PROMPT DEM VERT OUR HOBBY. STANDARD Grocery Company Court and Johnson Streets Prompt Delivery Our Hobby CITYPREVITIES tJ. C. Rader. Get sunny. New Knox hats, Roosevelt's. ' Douglas and Hanan shoes at Roose nlt'a. Finest line of pretty, useful holiday presents at Rader's. For Rent Good buslnes location. Enquire 114 East Webb street Smokers get satisfaction at How-' aril's, formerly Rees' cigar store. Lowest prices ever heard on rugs tt Hader's Friday and Saturday, Dolls and toys of every description. Bid you see them? At Teutsch's. For Rent Storeroom, 728 Cotton wood street; Inquire of Chris Ranley. Japanese cook wants a job. 'Wages $30 per mouth. Address P. O.box 84. The St. George restuarant, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, propri etress. For Rent Good furn...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 December 1904

' EN PAGES. PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER M. i- . !?!.?!!?!""." OOO ooo "CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR." "REMEMBER THE DEAR ONES AT HOME." "HOME IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT." 'THERE'S NO PLACE LDXE HOME. I PEOPLE." "CHRISTMAS PRESENTS OP HOME FURNISHINGS GLADDEN "SHOW ME THE FURNISHINGS OF A HOME AND I'LL TELL YOU THE CULTURE OF ITS : HEART OF THE GIVER AS WELL AS THE RECEIVER." 1 - Read RADER'S Reminders of Suitable Holiday Presents HE WILL STORE THEM FREE OF CHARGE XX 1 XX CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR. ART SQUARES. AXMINSTER RUGS. BATH RUGS. - BAMBOO STANDS. BOOK CASES. BEDROOM SUITES. BUFFETS. CARPETS. CARPET SWEEPERS. ' ' CARD TABLES. CENTER TABLES. CHINA CLOSETS. CHILDREN'S ROCKERS. CHILDREN'S CHAIRS. CHIFFONIERS. CI-OCK SHELVES. COMBINATION CASES. ? CORNER CHAIRS. "' '"" COUCHES. I " COUCH COVERS. CUPBOARDS. ' ' DAVENPORTS. , , DINING CHAIRS. DIVANS. ' DRESSERS. ! ' ' " DOOR MATS. EASELS. J EXTENSION TABLES. FOLDING BEDS. HALL CHAIRS. HAL...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 December 1904

TEN PACKS. PATLa EAST OltlCQOMAy, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 84. 104. pagb jrum. Muj Build Sanitarium. The syndicate of local capitalist, wh are..nkg on an artM1 at the edge o( the foothill, thl, aide el pen"en"ary' may conclude to erect a sanitarium. Their well Is now down 24 feet "tent is.OOO gallon, per day. The low la Increasing ... ... . : T . . n --' "cjjiii is gained and the water Is much hotter. The T temperature 1b now 106 3-5 degrees. " ko u stood at 90. The water la hi-hi,, , and while It Is ton hot . purpose. It 1. not hot enough to be " """ng nuildlngs. Work will continue for some time before the plan to get water for heating Purpo.es is given up. At present the water Is plenty hot enough for sani tarium DurniMn anil ., - . . I , - "um iiu aouDt 1 P&y handsomely If utilized In a sani I tarlum. The location i ..i., m feet above the valley near the mouth micii in me iootnills and makes a very pretty location for ..-k - J building. Boise Capital News. fitter...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 December 1904

PAGE TEN. ti SSUEVIAN WARE V- if; t.r i. - 1., W call the attention of the lovers of tbe jodil and unique to our new line of genuine SUEVIAN WARE. It Is suitable aa Christmas presents,, or for whist party prises. Tho those hot familiar with, the' ware we will say that It Is the finest arrangement of stamps and cigar labels with Japanese and other pictures imag- ' tnabhs.'' See them In bur window. OWL TEA HOUSE The CHURCHES n NOVELTIES OF THE SEASO.V ,J)frfr,,', "jsl EVENTS SOCIETY Mrs. Edwin Swltzler ,is visiting in Portland. , ,. . . 2 I ' :-' '- ' Mrs. Lee Moorhouse Is confined to ljjjr home suffering from a felon. . i Mrs. J. A. Borie was hostess this week for the 'Wednesday Duplicate Whist Club. v.-. i"! r, - Mrs. Thomas Purdy of Walla Wal- 14, is the guest of Mrs. Llna Sturglaj of Water street t f r?f r-::.T 3 k.Miss Harriet Thompson has return-, efl home after a visit of several weeks at Portland and Heppnsr. . . Miss Bessie Swluler will, give a Christmas party this evening to...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 26 December 1904

rrr- tT.ina you have learned that the " Oregonlan reaches nearly all de8lrable customers, yo have e. tooth to cot. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Sunday rain or now. ! DAILY EVEN ING ED ITI DN l VOL. 7 ractobs PORTAGE IAD Seven Bids Ranging From $155,000 to $247,000 Opened at Portland. v aOBEIvT WAKEFIELD OF PORTLAND, WWEST BIDDER. Construction Company Bids Items and Offars No Lump Bid jor the Entire Contract Bid of N. j Blagon for $247,000 la Immedl jly Rejected Iteoauae Too High j, Wakefield Jlid of $155,000 is Ac cepted Total Coat of the Itoad Will Be 1168,000, a( (3000 Baa Already jjsm Expended hi Right of Way lid Surveys. jn the preaence of Governor Cham krUin. members of the Open River unclatlon, and attorneys for the oon trtetort, seven bids for the construc ts) of the portage road were opened it Portland on Saturday afternoon, tke bids ranging from $155,000 to 11(1,000. The lowest bid was that of Robert Wakefield, 'tor 1155,000, aud If this bid la accepted, It will bring 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. — 26 December 1904

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST ORKQON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 80. 104- EIGHT TUB SALE IS NOW ON. FREDERICK NOLF & CO'S. i SANTA CLAU8' STORE. TOYS AND DOLUS EMMEN8E LINK LATEST NOVELTIES. BOOKS OCR SPECIAL. BOOK SALE CONTINUES BOOKS RETAILED AT AL MOST ONE-HALF BOOK STORE PRICES. GAMES Bo CD M.M. FLINCH J COMPETITION, PANIC AND MANY OTHER NEW GAMES. TREE ORNAMENTS, PHONO . GRAPHS, ETC. GENERAL NEWS. I Over 350.000 Christmas trees were used In the city of New York, this year. The Salvation Army of Greater New York distributed 60,000 Christy mas dinners to the poor yesterday. The Pennsylvania railroad Is pre paring to spend t30.000.000 In new depot buildings In the city of Chica go. General Nelson A. Allies has been appointed military inspector or chief of staff of Governor W. L. Douglas, uf Massachusetts-. The Japanese gunners are said to have at lost found the range of the Russian battleship Sevastopol, lying in the harbor at Port Arthur, and are completely demolishing the...

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. — 26 December 1904

BIGHT PAGB8. DAILY EAST ORKGOVIAN, PKXDLETO. OREGON, MONDAY. DKCKMBKR S. 104. TAQB TBRKB. i i X iiTiiiiiii.;; A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR 1 s 8 ALEXANDER DEPT. STORE the 'flrv'Eiw op best valcks. BEET F AMERICAN-GROWN SKKD IS THE MOST VAlXAlrt.E. Efforts Being Made to Dmlop an American Variety, With Excellent Promise of 8ucw Important Government Experiments With Fer- tlllicra Work of Finding Remedies for and Prevention of Di Sugar Beet at Its Best In Utah CLOSING OUT! UK ENTIRE STOCK OF DOLLS. We have i& -complete line of these and can furnish you sri tb any kind i)ff a dull you may want. Dressed or undressed, with Ida or cloth bodies! with bisque or china head. We have also a lurge stock of china und hlHque lieadx.ut liulf price. We arc 'dosing out our stock of TOYS. A large assortment on hand und we must sell litem, rcgurdles of cost. It will pay you. to come In and Kct prices on these before going elsewhere. Our stock is complete with Uuuii's, Money llauks, Tool Chests, T...

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. — 26 December 1904

PAGE FOUR. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the EAST OKKfiONIAN PL1U.1SIUNG COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION ItATKB. Tttly, one year, by mall $9.00 Dally, alx months, by mull.'. 2.80 Daily, three montha, by mall 1.25 Dally.one montb, by mall., fiO Weekly, one yenr, by mall 1.50 Weekly, elx months, by mall.;' T5 Weekly, four montha. by mall 50 eml Weekly, one year, by mall 2.00 Heml-Weekly. alx months, by mall... 1.00 Semi-Weekly, three montha, by mall.. .50 Member Hcrlppa-Mcllae Newa Association. The Eaat Oregonlan ta on aale at B. B. Rlch'a Newa Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Portland, Oregon. San Francisco Bureau, 408 Fourth St. Chicago Bareas, 900 Security Building. Washington, D. C, Bureau, 601 14th St, W. Telephone Main 11. Bnterad at Pendleton Poatofflca as second - - - class matter. - UNION l4aTLABEl First Christinas In Oregon. ... By Christmas, seven cabins were covered and the floors laid. The chinks were tilled ...

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. — 26 December 1904

BGHT PAGES. PAP.T EAST OREGO.NTAX. PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY. DECEMBER M. FAGi ma PERSONAL MENTION a e U : fS3L ' II A Gift, LIKE THIS WILL PLEASE THE GIRLS We Have All Sizes, 2 to 14 years 75c to $4 Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets m3 dTYBREVITIES C, Rader. Get sunny. ,, Knox haU, Roosevelt's. Lgflu and Hanan shoe at Roose- l Rent Qood buslnes location. L 114 East Webb "treat. Jokers get aatiafaotton at How- lormerly uees cigar siore. Rent Storeroom, 728 Cotton- i itreet; Inquire ot Chris Ranley. puese cook wants a Job. Wages per month. Address P. O.box 34. K st George reatuarant, open mil night. Mr Cooper, proprl- ,r nent Good furnished room, blocks from Main street. Call up ot Red 1663. inker Hill School shoes are bet- ihan ever. We guarantee every Lee Teutsch Department Btore. U-Sllver horseshoe pin In nelgh- tiod of Madison street Finder n to this office and receive re nt ndrew Carnegie made a Christmas !it of $35,000 euch, to the Home- mil Hradilnck Carne...

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. — 26 December 1904

DAILY EAR ORBGON1AN, FHNDLETON, OREOOIf, MONDAY, DECEMBER $. i. KlOlrj liiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiili WB NEED MOKE MONEY TO PAY OUR BHXS WHICH FALL DUE JANUARY FIRST, AN I) ARE CONTINUING TO BELL PAGE BIX. Clothing, and Suits Overcoat AT EXACTLY oo iF THIS SALE KHANS EXACTLY WHAT WE SAY ONE-H ALF PRICE. WE WANT YOU TO COME IN AND MAKE A PERSONAL INVESTIGATION: TK THE GOOD8; GET THE PRICKS. One-Half Price Means Exactly What We Advertise 35.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS GO FOR ,....tlS.5ft. 23.50 SUITS AND OVERCOATS GO FOR 911.33 mo.oo surra and overcoats go for ifto.o is.oo surra and overcoats go for $9.00 ti5.o surra and overcoats go for $7.ao ls.oo surra and overcoats go for .oo 10.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS GO FOR (6.00 0.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS GO FOR $4.W TROUSERS GO AT HALF PRICE i .00 TROUSERS FOR M.00 $5.00 TROUSERS FOR tiM $3.50 TROUSERS FOR tl.S $2.00 TROUSERS FOR $1-00 $1.50 TROUSERS FOR T5o SALE NOW ON. ONE DOLLAR IS EQUAL TO TWO DOLLARS AT THIS SALE WULTOAH ii Emm. r Yew ...

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. — 26 December 1904

SIGHT PAGES. QKEooNTAy, warouroir, orbooh. monday. dbcemb r is. io. pack seven. - "" ' -ML, , I, I I ' AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE TRANSPORTATION LINKS. HOTELS. BUSINESS CARDS. SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVKAC, : ii i ' .r ProfHrteUw. jn Grande Tax IS Mills. The city council met last evening nd transacted some very Important t)uslnes. among which was the levy of a 13-mlll tax for 1906 and the ranting ot a 30-year franchise to the La Orande Storage and Water com pany, (generally known as the Mor gan Lake Co.) to operate and main tain an electric light plant. An ordinance was also passed es- tabllahlng a base for which all streets In the city should be graded, the point selected was the monument es tablished by the United States geo logical surveyors on the southwest corner of the Foley House, -which fhows the altitude, above sea level to b, 2782 feet. I Orande Observer. Nampa Papers Consolidate. C. T. Harte, editor of the Nampa Herald, has...

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. — 26 December 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY BAST ORBGOBHAN, PDfDLBTON, OREGON, MONDAY. DECEMBER M, l0- BIGHT AG, ---- tttllMMMMMMMMtIMlMi)M,,,aSa s It ...SUEVIAN WARE... FARMERS WHOSE INCOME IS OVER $10,000. Oregon Sunday Journal Issues Cred itable Umatilla County and Pendle ton Edition Valuable Statistics Collected and the Matchless Re sources of the County Exploited by Portland's Leading Daily Should Be Sent East by Friends of the State and County. ' We call the attention of the lovers of the odd sad unique to our new 'line of genuine SUEVIAN WARE. Tho than not familiar with the war we will ear that It la the floeat arrangement of stamps and cigar labels with Japanese and other picture Imag inable. See them In our window. 8 n OWL TEA HOUSE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. HHIIIIIUI rtHIIIHil.l TRAIN CRASHES INTO TEAM. Wagon Demolished, Horses Killed But Occupants Escape Death. The passenger train from Spokane yesterday morning- crashed into a team and wagon near Farming-ton, Wash., killed both horses and serious l...

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