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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 December 1904

JHQHT FAGES. DAK.Y EAST OREGONIAy, PENDUTTOK. ORTOOX. THTRSDAT, DECEMBER XI, 104. pagb im r torl GBOCF.R8. VOl-R GROCERS. INVENTORY SAUL THIS WEEK ONLY Carnation Oeaiu, per out J lone ran Diamond "W Salmon 30 pounds RIe ; . . , Our Cojania Mocha and Java, per lb, , Our Immense trade enables us to tarn our stock atork U alwajra the treshest. 10c . . . . 50c ... $1.00 2.V and our STANDARD Grocery Company 214-216 Court Street TOCR GK1X B.KS. I VOI R GRMTRi! I c CITY BREVITIES 0. c. Rader. Get sunny. Get sunny. U. C. Rader. New Knox hats. Rooserelfs. Big line Stetaon haU at Roosevelt's. tz.it ladle." Gloria ahoea at Roose- sea's. Douf lu and Hanan ahoea at Roose- sett's. Kew etple soap and aoap bubble ftpn. 10c aet. Noire. For Rent Good bualnea looatlon. squire 114 East Webb street Smokers get satisfaction at How- ard'a. formerly Rees" cigar store. Call (or premium tickets at Lee festsch's. They are worth money. Try a pair of our Bunker Hill eeaool shoes. A doll tree at Teutsch'a. For R...

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. — 29 December 1904

Kl&m PACKS. DAII.T U9T ORBGOKIAJt, PKNDLETOff, ORBGOlt. THURSDAY, DECEMBER M. 1CM. THE SOUTH GREETS miiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiil i. KiKKKiiiitKSSsssi LET US SUPPLY TOO WITH Building Material THE EDUCATORS SOtTHERN ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS IX FLORIDA. Open House In Jacksonville for the Gstbnring Horn Puanlnont Speak era, Pedagogwes, Fsimylsts and His torians Are Now Assembled In Quaint Old Southern City for An nual Meeting. Dimension hunbar of an de scriptions. Saab, Doors, Blinds, Moulding. Building and Tar Pa- page six. KRDiG TOUR BILL TO US AND CRT OUR FIGURES. Grays Harbor Commercial Co. Opposite W. aV C. R. Depot. a The Columbia Lodging Hottse : Well ventilated, neat and torn tenable rooms, good beds. Bar In connection, where the beat roods are erred. Main street, center of block, be tween Alta and Webb streets. F. X. SCHEHPP PROPRIETOR. TEETH EXTRACTED BY THE MOD ERN METHOD, &0C We are thoroughly equipped with all modern me'Vods and appliance, and guarantee oar work to be of th...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 December 1904

BAIL' VEAST OREGOXUT PKNDLaTTOX, ORMOX. THVRSD. AT, DECEMBER M, 1M4. PAGE SKTBT. AMONG THE EXCHANGES TRANSPORTATION LINKS. BOTELS. BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George OF THE INLAND EMPIRE j v GEORGE DARYEAV, Proprtetoe. mgBT .rAGES. i Winter Weather. .inter" weather which fl h.v been wishing for -any ' it, . r jk1. From f'Jaday or two ago. and It has U ..n Report, last night ... .-'.,, cold In the T Nortnern Montana. At t J5 below anfl at Great h.. dock it was iC below. folk1 ' - little more anowtall rthem "section than In the " . and the cold anap MtT men who have cat- "". because they are In '"' . . aav or cold .j shape, ana B harm. k " ..' .hat the telegraph .wlnST to : 7 . .11 J ". it wu not possible to anttnsi - . umttanL close at C c.,dTv evening, and the cold t heein to move until ... in that section the temp"-'- --- tht But reports earlier In the " from east as far as Miles .h effect that there was 'Im snow and that the thermome I"1 e.ninsr. Hel...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 December 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY BAST ORBGOMAX, PBNDLETON. OREGON, THIHSDAY. PECEMBER . YQ YJJ5 IH Uke good, pongem coffee? If so, ti-y our THE DOLL? . We drew three numbers for the Sskv doU Saturday; the first, M", will tend for 39 days. Ifsotpmau. T W TTlVJ J ed then, the next, UU, win stand sf sssssf A Xsanw 80 days. Also the same with the last number, IMS. IT TOUCHES THE SPOT. DR. MXEAN SATS NO MANGE ; IN CONDON CATTLE. State Veterinarian Says the Govern ment Inspection of the Reynolds flerd Waa Unjust Declare the Cattle Were Buffering- From lioe and Fleas and Were Run Down In Flesh, But Were Free From Dis ease Sara the Government's Ac tion Has Damaged Oregon's Cattle . t I stttittM tiny aow-jcre J", ; MMiilttl Ben R. Colvin, recently from Tenlno. XX" Wash., the man who recently Par-X2 chased the Adrian Sloan ranch on the ( JT middle fork of the John UD was a business visitor In town Tues day from Rltter. this being his first visit to the metropolis of Northern r.ranL His ranch consists of ove...

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. — 30 December 1904

ilKSEDlTQ DAlLYEYENIMDiTIOll CCr.' kava learne that the l Ore-""'"1 achM " Cut . .,-,m.rs. Toa has WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Saturday occasion al rain or snow; cooler Saturday. "k. ! PEyPLETpy, OKEGOX, FKIDAY. DECEMBER SO. 1004. NO. 5244. it aw 1 s y net that ""J "d0S" U S -1 M WnnMMIFIC III CONTROVERSY Ule Based Upon libelous Charges and beverai ni nent Divines Are Inwtoed Rescuing the Cm , BISHOPS ARE rjOTJCATED IX THE "WAR . n.u. llMIHIllIlT . a ill ww Rcpreu" im a Mlnfetter of imp" - Y-r Standing, by B4sh- Tbe Reverend Counter by Ac L b Traduorr of WTwleanle mwrlcss Fabrication Re. Hm Been Vutrocked by the w , Ifchop. a bla- misdelphla, Dec SO. "Can .. hiaknn. to write de- w or vug"- - Cur, letter In secret Jn order to ptvts member of the ministry?" 1 n. lneram X. w. irvine vo- L? Uv re-instaleroent "U of secondary const dera- when contranu-u iriui mm ff ' .. , . . 1 Vint g 0( Bishop najuui - ma, entirely without malice, to be Isacated In the Blent 01 ooa uu L. Mends." denie...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 December 1904

PACE TWO. DAILY EAST ORKOOMAV. PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER SO, 104. eight OUR. ANNUAL SALE OF I : Blank Books! REcnsrc IAN 1 For the season of 10S, we wri saooesaf ul to boy our T blank book before the recent advance. 100, 156, 3M, SSO, SOO, 400, J W. M0 and 800-page Ledgers. w J jura, Day Book and Cash Books, Please aow these prion on Santord's Ink from Jan. 1 to Jan. 10: J Half Pints 18c t Pints SSo (Juarta 4tc X Letter Files, Sac, 35c and 48c g i FBEDERiCK NOLF & CO. I MM, MM.,,,, YATTO BOUND OVER JAPANESE MI ST STAND TIUAL IX (1HC1 IT COCRT. Ih Chai-ged With Attempt to Commit Murder He Wan Radljr Beaten I'p. But tlie Section Foreman CUlmed Re Ailed In Self-Defeuue Jap's , Testimony Was I'nsupported. Willie the Foreman'a Testimony Was Corroborated. GENERAL NEWS. During the past week the awful drouth in Western Pennsylvania has been broken by general and heavy rains. The flouring mills in New York City have a capacity of 14.000 barrels per day. Those of Minneapolis. 82...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 December 1904

EIGHT PAGES. PAn.T EAST ORBGOVT w --TffTr, , ORTCOIT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER M, 104. PAGE THREE.' f """ r . M ' . I 1 1 II i IT T T ' me .white Fair ...ANNUAL UNDERMUSL1NS SALE... irr gMqMam. , The rrctt display of Muslin Cdrve, Pendleton wo, K w have CWT w, ttctitr auction too Mtuncnt display or Peer, Under, J Amerk - - n t ndeAirw-ear mnde ta PER CENT REDUCTION ON EVERY GARMENT j per CENT , NO RESERVE EVERY GARMENT AT ABOVK DISCOUNT. P Cent Reduction on Corset Com-. IS Per Cent Redaction on W-nt iST. U Per Ceng ateduotkm oo tlLZZZn re,e"t li Pt Cent Seduction on Chomlse, US Pwow. Em Special Sale mm attire stock of laces I bg 0x largest I be seieoted line -at lsee and .t !5 per cent discount We are show- In the city. ... ALEIlArJGBEE. DEPT. STORE 1 THE WESS OF BEST VMjUBS. pn llllIIHIIIHH Kf4 1 1 1 1 4- . it jHoMayL n:::::::r.::::::::::::::::t:t:::t:::t elto vers S FOR LESS -'0 lr that carrt ,arse holiday line as we. expect to have It completely exhausted, and walk out tine assortment am...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 December 1904

PAGE FOUR. DAILY EAST OREGON1.AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIHAV. DECEMBER SO, 1M. RIGHT PAGEg. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published every afternoon (except Sunday) at lndlfta. Oregon, by the EAST OlttMA PUBLISHING COMPANY. BCBUCnirTIOS BATES. - FaUy. aw yr. by mall I "lly, an month. b mall........ Pally, threa ninoibs. by maU KIlT.one aaoatb. by mall.... Weekly, on year, by mail Weekly, all months, by mall....... Weekly, four montna. by mall fteaal Weekly, one year, by mall.... Semi-Weekly, tlx moathe. by mall., eml Weekly, three months, by mall. .15 00 . 2.50 , 1.25 .50 sheep In the Carnal Prairie country. 20 years ago. The language he learned and the advice he followed, when he came to America and engaged In the mock industry haa made him an Independ ent citizen, financially able to buy a whole bourough of hta kindred In Germany. That ia the kind of cltiienshlp needed. It la the kind that civilizes and DRIFTWOOD. ""oo f tnrou'"h tn homely atory told Member Bcripp aicOac News associatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 December 1904

EIGHT PAGES. ' . DAILY i-g T777rimr."T7rr7777-A - 'orecqxiax, PKN-DLgroN, orboqn. friday. December , 114. ' page rrf. ii t t t1ltiii4Aii. I r - -I L-L.' ! . . 1 ----- S f - t PERSONAL MENTION e TRY A PAIR SIL-KID $3.50 Shoes For Women Nelson, of Weston, Is In went to WW ee JUST THE KIND FOR THIS COLD, DAMP WEATHER. ' EQUAL, IN WEAR TO ANY $5.00 SHOE. Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES Get sunny. C. C Rader. n. C Rader. Get sunny. New Knox hats, Roosevelt's. Big Una Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. IS.EO ladies' Gloria shoe at Roose velt's. Douglas and Hanan shoes at Roose velt's. Skates, skates, skates, 50c to (2.25. Nolfs. Fresh oysters, extra select tor ESo per can. F. s. younger at son. For Rent Good busines location. Enquire 114 East Webb street. Regular 36c oranges (or 20c per doren at F. S. Younger & Son's. Regular 60c oranges tor 40c per dozen at F. S. Younger & Son's. Smokers get satisfaction at How ard's, formerly Rees' cigar store. Ca...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 December 1904

PACE SIX. DALLY KAST OKBQONIAH. PKNDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER M, lt04. PMI PAGE8. '! M'""" iit 20 Days of Supreme Slaughter CLOTHING and SHOES at inns- 00 Li loo Sooner than pack up and pay freight charges on our stock it will be sold here in . Pendleton at : Sc. i the Mlar SLore will be closed MONDAY AND TUESDAY to mark down every article in stock to prices that will paralyze you. Store opens WEDNESDAY MORN- INC when you win find our usually low prices smashed to smithereens. Pants Slaughtered 75c FOR MEN'S l.&o TO $2.00 PANTS. $1.00 FOR MEN'S t2.M TO SS.00 PANTS, f l.M FOR MEN'S $3.60 TO M.00 PANTS. M.00 FOR MEN'S $4.&6 TO 5.00 PANTS. $1.00 FOR MEN'S $5.50 TO $$.00 PANTS. 15c for Boys' 50c Pants Suits Slaughtered S2.M FOR MEN'S $7.50 AND $! WOOL SUITS. $4-05 FOR MEN'S $10.00 AND $15.00 WOOL SCTTS. $7.$5 FOR MEN'S $17.50 AND $20.00 WOOL SCTTS. , $10.00 FOR MEN'S $22.50 TO $25.00 WOOL SCTTS. Umbrellas for Cost of Handles 50c FOR FINE $1.50 28-INCH UMBRELLA. $1.00 FOR F...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 December 1904

HfGHT PAGES. i AMONG THE OF THE INLAND EMPIRE The SunipMT Smelter. 'The Sumpter smelter - has 'done more for the development of the up per com pa and the mining Interests of gantern Oregon generally than any other one thing in recent years," said Tom C. Gray, manager of the Valley (jueeii mine in the Cable Cove district, who came .down last night to attend the opera. ' 'The smelter is doing a great work for all of us and Manager Fred D. jailer l the right man in the right place. Hundreds of tons of ore. which could not otherwise be handled and would bring nothing to the own. . nf the nrooertv are now helnn smelted with good results. 8umpter Itself lively on aixoum 01 mis pay foil, and It Is hoped that we mill have ether similar payrolls oerore long." Baker City Herald. To Bridge the Clearwater. The matter of the construction of a bridge across the Clearwater rjver was the burden of the discussion at last night a meeting of the Commer cial Club, and several plana were pro posed by wh...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 December 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY BAST ORBQONIAN. PBNDLETON, OREGON. FRI1AT, DECEMBER 10, 104. EIGHT FAOBa. J tHUti WHO WINS THE DOLL? We drew three numbers for the J doll Saturday; the tint, 967, will T M day. II not present- ed then, the next, lies, win stand T SO day- Also the same with the 2 last number, ltft. MHHH IHIIIIIMI Do yon like good, pungent coffee? If so, try oar "400 BLEND" IT TOUCHES THE SPOT. OWL TEA HOUSE SEE OCR SUEVIAN WARE. XIIIIHH ES . UIJITE WHO IS RESPONSIBLE? The Dcnpain Estate, or C. B. Wade, as Its Tr tee. w nether the estate of the late Jeremiah Despatn Is held answerable tor the payment of certain assigned notes held by J. & McLeod, or wheth ' er C. B. Wade, as trustee for the es tate. Is Individually responsible for the settlement of the obligations, is a question that Is being argued before Judge W. R. Ellis in the state circuit court today. The case Is being tried on Its merits. J. J. Balleray and John n. aiccourt represent the plaintiff. T. O. H alley and Stephe...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

OMYEVEKINSEDITIDH ! Have ewire -Tr, onw reaches rly 11 S orrt" .tomer yon have WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Sunday fair, cooler tonight. ' to cut. rEXDLETOX, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1K)4. OL." NO. 5243. Ill DESTROYS 1 S ,AST0.QL Lents Conspire to Finish fjhe Ww instituted by the Japanese. jjgll DAMAGED VES8EUS gUPren most THE STORM. . , tn lnaMMetit the ' jtarsnw" e" oMe Flem a " Jfte MmhUve Islands, En Route to .Admiral Togo Takes a and Ge W Toklo, Where fc viU Confer W4lb the ClenertU .! stall-Al the itattortal See- He Reads Eulogy f the Salter Willi PURCHASE BULLION. Government's Stock of Silver Exhaust- ed and Mints Nearly Idle. Washington. Dec. !. Attorney General Woody delivered an opinion tn responw to request from Secretary Shaw to the effect that the secretary ot the treasury has ample authority to purchase silver balllon in the pen market lor the purpose of the con tingent coinage of subsidiary -coins. The secretary, will not exercise 'the authority at once, althou...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

PAGE TWO. 1AILT EAST OREGON1AN. PENDLETON, OREGON. 6ATTRDAT. DECEMBER 81, 104. EIGHT PAGE8. t OUR. ANNUAL "5 SALE OF Blank Books I ! BEGINS JAN. 1 For tlie wiison of 105, we were successful to buy our blank books before tlie recent advance. 100, 1M. SO, 250, 300, 400, 500, 600 ana 800-puce Ledgers, JurnaU, Day Books and Cash Books. Please note these prices on fcunford's Ink from Jan. 1 to Jan. 10: Half Piuts 18c Pints sac t Quarts 49c letter Files, 25c, S5c and 48c FREDERICK NOLF & CO. X. CHURCHES Land Frauds In Idaho. County Auditor Kate Gorman has been requested by the Interior depart ment to furnish the names of locators of !19 timber claims In this county, ond to whom the claims were sold. tne Idaho City World. Title to Methodist Episcopal Church To morrow being the first day of the yrand holy Sabbath, also services all of lem h of the day will begin with an early having been issued at different times prayer meeting ut 1 u. tn.; Sunday iron, January 1. 1003. to January 1 sch...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

1 PATLT EAST ttmBnim. PEVDU, OREGON, SATURDAY, DFX EMrtFR , ItHM. PAGE THRFK. Jraraf CAI.IrXJUNIA SCENE OP HOT FIGHT IN JAXVARY. The Held Against Senator Bard. Who Is Candidate for Re-election All section of the Slate, and All Inter em Are Represented in the Various t niHlium-k, and Sever! Drk Horse Candidates Are In the Held. ...ANNUAL UNDERMUSL1NS SALE... The greatest dlsplar of Muslin Cnderwear Pendleton . 1 women tun ever aeiecvi r. We call par- ocular attenuon . "-"'""" y w l-nihw Dnderwsw, the America, Muslin CndeM,, nUli. to SIGHT PAGE. - SSENftIDL FIGHT h1 mrw 15 PER CENT-REDrCTION ON Every GARMENT-,5 NO KKMF.RVK EVERY GARMENT AT ABOVE DISCOUNT. Fjitra Speoua ale on entire hjg the largest .and beet elected ALEJIAMG1ER DEPT. STORE i h 4 n itnH'iTmiiiiu HidiyLeltoversS H FOR LESS H No firm that carries aa large a holiday line as we, expects to have .while out -fine assortment and 'low still the demand ran pretty evenly There are several very good ti .and so have determined to ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. l'ubllh) every afteniiion (except Ran day) at .Peudletoa. Oregon, by the EAST OllEGOXIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBHCB1PTION BATES. Ialt. one jnr, by mall 15 00 Kelly, alt month, by mall 2.80 lally. ttiw nioutba. by mall 1.25 Illy.ooa month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 Weekly, all montba. by mall 75 Weekly, four montba. by mall .50 Reml-Weekly, on year, by mall 2.IM) Semi-Weekly, alt mouths, by mall... 1.00 Semi-Weekly, three montba, by mall.. .60 Member Scrlpps-McBea News Aaaoclatlon. The Kast Oremntan on rale at B. B. Kleh'e New Standa at Hotel Portland and Hotel Parkins. Portland. Oregon. Baa -Francisco Bnreaa, 408 Foarth St. , Chicago Bureaa, BOO Becurlty Bullillnic. Waahlagtoa, U C Bureau, 501 latb St., m. w. Telephone Main 11. Cotsred at Pendleton Poet office aa second elaas matter. Make It what It should be, In Justice to the intelligence of Oregon. This would be more Just, more sensible more business-like than to fatten the state farm. We...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

moar faces. PAOB t01tb GROCERS TOUR GROCERS. PERSONAL MENTION ; " INVENTOR.Y SALE THIS WEEK ONLY thcuT " Alba, I. in cHv Wer,,-0f H". U 1 the O. T. Cam. of Pilot Rock. 1. visiting in Pendleton today. S. B. Wells, f Echo, I. m the city today on a tradlnr h H Pro,rt' of Lewiston, Idaho, 1 In the city todav n tr.. ... FOR. THIS WEEK ONLY v? r? no o . errs. o i u u i . Mrs T vi .. ... a- Carnation Cream, per can 10 8 long cane Diamond T Salmon BOc 80 pounds Rice . ... gtoo our Co Jama Mocha and Java, per lb, Mc ' ... immense trade enable as to turn our stock, and our slock U alwaye the fresheat. STANDARD Grocery Company! 214-216 Court Street yOl'K GROCERS. dauehtar xr w . n . , , A. rergueon, at Adfima thla ... ' Dr. J. A. Best, formerly of Weston, ha taken offices In rooms i and 2. nuiBi uowman. Francis Olds of Walla Walla, who has been vlsltlnr in ed home this morning. J. P MnMan.,- - 1. . .. cunor or. me Pilot Rock Record, left fnr hi. w ' living nil. mnrnlni. i. . . . un ine singe. ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

T 4 PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OKBOONIAK, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1904. "MB PABg. ' 7 c. yd. 10c yd OUTING FLANNELS AT WAIST LININGS AT 60 O LTING . FLANNELS AT I 3cyd PEST'S INVISIBLE HOOKS AND EYES ! 7cpkg 11 Ko COTTON BATTING 8 1 -3c LONSDALE CAMBRIC 9c yd A FEW CONTRACT PRICES WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CHANGE READY MADE SHEETS $ 39c ea SEWING SILK 8c SPOOL 2 for 15 CAMBRIC SKIRTING LININGS AT 3c yd EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED SILKS ' DRESS GOODS BLACK GOODS VELVETS GLOVES RIBBONS HANDKERCHIEFS TRIMMINGS LACES EMBROIDERIES FLANNELS ', HOSIERY . UNDERWEAR LINENS COTTONS WHITE GOODS GINGHAMS DOMESTICS LEATHER GOODS VEILINGS 9EWELRY FANCY GOODS BOOTS SHOES MEN'S HATS MEN'S FURNISHINGS NOTIONS LININGS UMBRELLAS NECKWEAR ' WMIIMIIIIIHMMIIIIIHHIIIIIII 30c BEST GRADE TABLE OILCLOTHS - 15c yd 10c BLEACHED MUSLINS 7c yd 16c SILKOLINE 88 IN. WIDE' 9c yd . BEST GRADE CALICOS ALL AT 3c yd 16c BATH TOWELS AT 10c ea FLANNELETTES ALL GO AT 9c yd ALL SKIRT BINDINGS AT 3c yd A MONSTER mme At th...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

GHT PAGEeV I M. OMOM, SATTRDAT, DECEMBER 1, lwt, PASS SRVEJS,. AMONG THU EXCHANGES: USINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ' h i nun mils rrrTI? I IV! I A IV! I 1 Ls IV T TlTT T" Or inc. LLnsnms mriKtL A.C.RUBY&CO. ,...nrlo Whrary at Boise. ' of the Carnegie library Jkl " the cond - ,(, .,11.,i account! for the uoo .. , 5noo were audited . tnf u"""" ... . ,Wri pay' ,. , to Mr. Carnegie sol u ..... Th. fourth and lat . .rnn frnm Mr. Camegte ' k.., called for in another irill Proi." a..., will coat t2B.- mmi" ,,. innnn tn coium- 00- Ul . t ikoH nr.no and the two . in w tair An from the -I..K v otfiv .....A 'Viirh r mounts to a"'1'"' a irooHv two vaara' .... a nf- iuiiu " SHU IW ... M 114.1. ' hOfn DttlU m Tn. Intention of the board t. 41 " i n complete ready for hVe . ii i UnnW flW BUh iiTof the Interior furnishings -has rbwn secured and the Ingenuity 1 . .... mw he taxed to raise j tne " "-" ------ k-w'-' ' . n.tu fnnirai flew Miner Shot at Halley. Th, afternoon John Wes...

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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 December 1904

ATLY EAST ORBOAKUK, HBDUTOH, OREOOW, SATURDAY, DECEMBER , PAGE BIGHT. r'Ut WHO WINS THE DOLL? Ve drew three numbers for the doU StUurday; the tint, 167, wUl stand for SO days. It not present ed then, the next, 11W, will stand SO days. Aim the same with the hut number, IMS. no jroa like food, pungent coffee? It so, try oar BLEND" IT TOUCHES THE SPOT. OWL TEA HOUSE IHIIHMH( 6EE OUR SUEVIAJT WARE. milium niiiimiiiintim A RESULT OF LAST NIGHT'S TEN-ROUND BOXING MATCH, 'Would Have Been Much More Satis factory Had the Boat Been Longer, Enabling the Men to Show Their Real Qualities Both Are Clerer, ,. Bat the Condition Were Not Fa- ; vcrable for a Go Satisf jrlng to the ' Spectators. Pendleton prize ring; enthusiasts desire someone to win. when they see bout. They may not particularly thirst for gore or care to see a few necks unjointed, but the email crowd that witnessed the 10-round draw be tween Perry Queenan and Barney Mullen last night goes to show that the great majority that remaine...

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