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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 4 January 1905

"M '"'" M MM mTi RBGO?nAy' FEyT"",C1T- WKPrasPAT, JAITOABT , ftx TACT TO ClefflroMeSale ' OF AMi READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS FOR ' Ladies, Misses and Children , aim Jadwts 1,1 uo' blj,'k' brown, green and tan: an Mm Vsh 10 0 10 18 00i "rtn out I" " $4.95 to $9.15 AU Ufiim Tailor Suita moat be closed out this month. Prices eat aacurdJnglr- - ' i Children's Dresses in nrettr blues, brown and reds, nicely trimmed, well made. Only 40 left and UlBr ar0 ,el"K closed out at nearly hall price. JANUARY CLEAKAnujB uji rainil All, OVER THE MUSE. ' . . Lee Teiitsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES OK many. u. u. ". D C Bder. Get sunny. : Knox ni . ... HfUnl Stetson nats at ooseron.. Il.it Mies' Gloria shoes at Roose-' Poaglu and Hanan shoes at noose? i Falling, agent for Stein way klN. our unitary silk toilet paper is LltMul. Noirs. for Rent Good busines location. Loire 114 East Webb street Koant Hood plotures, by the fa- irtlit, Olfford, at Noirs. SteU, seeds, 900 pounds ga...

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. — 4 January 1905

FAQB BtX. , MttT IUI OUWRia, WWWW. OWBOOIT. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 4. ItOo. Outlook's Review of tike ' Philippine Question i to ths name of America. hut-th alu ;hav Iom to by Mrttbur a M ich- ter in tnt nistory of human develop ment The following able "review of the Philippine question appear In th current number of the Outlook: J mtxl Ireland tn hi Interesting and valuable article on "American Ad. ministration n the Philippine Is land)" contributed ' to thla kuue of the Outlook, thus define hla point of lew: "That he (the Filipino) can re-j nam In hi present geographical en-! vtronment free tram the constant vetrlght of a non-tropical race, and J?: recome, even In the courae of ,! creature of school, ballot box, and free political Institution. I beyond any flight of Imagination whica I checked! by. th Imalleat knowledge of tropical life. j I - .Sometime Self-governing, j I That Is not the American point of Jlew. The American belleTC that "cry race of man la every land and In very clima...

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. — 4 January 1905

BMLi'Mw tmiwinAt, imrDuao. oiaattii,' Wednesday janu'art a, iW via mi Bin. vtg THE EXCHANGES -THE INLAND EMPIRE id 5 . v. Mneaw. f"" held m the town hall P"...h.ch mo of the Long Creek -w ' "hlecTof dividing the ""f.h. line proposed "discussed. P t expre-e belief ! ' .7ent that this p " J"" ' Z be cut off. unless ;.T now that thl. i Bounty SltTto sustain the ro- ntv besides " onL.Tf the present rd havln balance 10 l 4",L .a , take the 'jS before the people' and ijs"" .n Allen CTr.0- Boyce. were tn. L (bova .. mention"- - kif L earned at Meailowa. ' ..(.Ito 0f Meadows f" .. -hint, the big general C Hon of Smith Webb, L .u lu content was to f i uw the flrt started rTortunately, there wu nnnflniXI ml tne nr . ""I Ludlni. The root ot . L,, nearby, caught fire, but . i tinffittanea. tant that Meadowa I w . 7. ,i.t1,ino' enuinmenu, me f. .t a ereat dlaadvan- 7 ...... -.- i iW always no ' Lk occasions and everything lone to save tne aooraea L .at I mates place the Li.v a. whh at tlS.OOO. W...

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. — 4 January 1905

ATLY BAB OraOflNUV. PWDUBTON. OIUSOOW. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, l-. PAGE RIGHT. WHO WINS THE DOLL? Wo drew three numbers for the don Saturday; the arm, 1ST, will Maud lor 10 days. It not present ed then, the nest, lies, m Mud M days. Aloe the suae with the last number, IMS. - MHHIIIIIIM Do yon like rood, pungent ooffee? . If so, try our : "400 BLEND" IT TOUCHES THE SPOT. OWL TEA HOUSE SEE OUR SUEVIAN WARE. MHiniMiniiiinnniMMiinintn WEATHER REPORT, staxlmnni Temperatures and Precipl- During the last eight days of De cember occurred the coldest weather mt the season, according to the rec ords of Voluntary Observer H. F. Johnson. The coldest day m De cember it, when the thermometer . ranged between SO and 14 degrees. Snow fell December St to the extent ef two Inches. The heaviest rain tell was on the 10th. Following la vuserver Johnsons report: Mas. Mln. ate. temp. temp. Rain Snow 4 40 SI .11 in Sin 1 10 14 - r it . 2 ao 18 ' 4 12 .14 In 1 64 11 .21 in 10 . SI 41 .18 In 11 - 48 15 .01 In ...

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. — 5 January 1905

Ti " - rWN I DAILY EVEN IHG EDlTIOFlT i I ZfiSfJ , a. .-a sg'"" J J Tonight and Friday fair, conllii- j ... ave learned that the "'tT. reaches nearly aU fdffcu..om.ra. you hT. Z1 tooth to cut ' 1 I I ' I sea -X- - JT I I TUi 1 ir flnlili undry h.n the tie tIERS. j IPS. v J atln tM d "w' f peopi -j us ea ioitn" ION'S jiioT i BE CHOSEN i 1 . t PENDLETOX, OKEGCXST, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1903. NO. 524S. i of the Committee on L Will Be Held Te m Night. Lsfl TRACT IS IK POPULAR favor. ixatlon Swl 80 Acre II for the HaW Mile Track, Snail and Sheds "Electric tomfgaf WUI Furnish mnr tt PuntP Water, 11 Ldsooa WUI Die a Wen ill i stetor lloulevard and jayllar B Built From the i ike xlr (Jsminds. t. B. Livingston Resigned. Portland. Jan. E I . n 1 tor the part eight year. freight audl- .u. i me u. k. t N.. has resigned to take a position with .. Water and Power company in Port- " oeen in the railroad service since 1879, and when the O. R. A N. was reorganized In 1896, fie was then a treleht cler...

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. — 5 January 1905

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREOOYIAX, PENDLETON, S, OREGON, THIRSDAY, JANUARY 5, im OUR. ANNUAL SALE OF I Blank Books! BEGINS JAN. 1 For Uie season of IMS, tc X were aucoossful to buy our 2 blank books before tlio recent advance. 100, 150, 200, 250, S00, 400, 2 500, 000 and 800-page I-edgors, jamais, Day Books and Cash Book. . Please Bote these prices on Sanfonl'a Ink from Jan. 1 to Jan. 10: Half Pints 18c Pints SSo Quarts 40c 2 Letter Files, 25c, 35o and 48c FREDERICK KOLF & CO. sees GENERAL NEWS. In the defense of Port Arthur H.000 Russians were killed and 18,000 were wounded and incapacitated by sick ness. , 4 A cold storage and packing plant burned at Fresno, Cal., the ions being 156,000 to the plant, and tlO.OOU to the food products therein. From Watertown. Wis., for the hol iday trade only. 150.000 pounds of stuffed geese were shipped. The averuge price was 22 cents per pound. Mrs. Felix Morgnn. of South Chica go, on New Year's day gave birth to a son her 15th child In 12 years,...

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. — 5 January 1905

PA1LT EAST ORBOOMAM, PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 10& JIT PAGE THREE. jACiSa. ill 4 miuq id : not i ASSES utra uld In, iil eat o! cootij ihonli I, prica 3W 1st tad affisUN BALK ANNUA!, UNDERMCS1JN SALEI Se White Fair rnclenaasUn sale. JS P"f cent redaction on a Cor. Gowns, Drawers, Petticoats, chemise. The Veertem TJnwear, the best pmde in America. We are shewing autny new styles Shis season, gee display In censer wtasissw. THE OVERS OF BEST VALUES exanderDeptStore TlSIjA SALE ANNUAL UNDKR1HUSLIN SALeI mm I SECT CHRISTIAN DERVISHES FIGHTING THE JAPANESE. Stale of Insane Exaltation Reached by the Russian Soldiers, Who Con sider Salvation Sore if They Die in Rattle Religious Movement Had Its Origin In a Siberian Regiment They Have It hi for "The Heathen Japanese." l. ............ ---! : ill loosening the "king-pin" log' in a lumber Jam, but scarcely harder than -our effort, to please everybody. Best possible stock, well seasoned and care fully handled, large assortment ...

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. — 5 January 1905

OREGON. Till HSDAY, JANUARY 5, V , PAGE POCK. DAILY EAST OREOONLAN. PENDLETON, i i. I i1 ' i ;; h .'Mi r X INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. saelisbed every s?ternoon-4exvpt Sunday) at IVnuleion. Oregon, by the &T OKKliONIAX PUBLISHING COMPANY. rU'lUtCKIrTION IUTK8. Wtj, in year, by mall I.VOO sally, ill mouths, bj null; 1 SO aaari, three amutna. bj null 1.25 sear; .one month, by Mia 1 1 (so weekly, one year, by mall ...... 1.50 Weekly, all months, by mall 75 Weekly, four months, by mall M Seael-Weekly, one year, by mall 2.IIO Seau Weekly, all mostbl. by mall... 1.00 Sot Weekly. Mire mootha, by mall.. .60 awwm BcrlppeMcRae News Aaseclatlon. The Eaet Oresenlan Is on aate at B. R. Bwk's News Mutatis at Hotel Portlaad a ad vMsei Perkins, Portlaad, Oregoa. Stan Francisco Boreas. 408 Fourth fit. tlleago Bureau. uut Security Building. Waaeuigtoa, I). C, Bureau. 501 14th St., SV'Sa, . Telephone Main 11. t Pendleton Poatr-fflce as second claaa matter. Good things with the New Tear are coming, . Tl...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 5 January 1905

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREQOX, THVRSDAY, JANUARY tt. 10 pagk rm. I ta i H itn1 CleflffiHice Sale I OP ALL READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS IKR udies, Misses and Children Vat H 00 10 180! n price - $4.95 to $9.15 0 ladies Tailor Snlta mo be cloned oat this month. Price, cm X Children's Dresses a pretty blues, browns nd rdH nicely trimmed, well made, i Oo, 40 left Mid ttoey re being dowd out at newly half price. ' jANCARY CIiEAKAu; "W'BI ALL OVER THE Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store ! ' Corner Main and Alta Streets r CITY BREVITIES it amnr- 5 Rader. Get sunny. .Knot ht, Boossvelfi. I Uu Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. SI Uilei' Gloria Ihoea at Rooae- i . . ,. jrtusnd Hanan ahoea at Rooae- L Killing, agent for Stelnway k. , )t compart our prices on blank lew goods, won . Sent Good buaine. location. tll4 East Webb street . n get satisfaction at How- formerly Rees' cigar atore. for premium tickets " at Lee fch'i They are worth money. Rent Storeroom, 728 Cotton- itreet; Inquire of Chria Ranley. ruw...

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. — 5 January 1905

DAILY EAST ORBGON1AN. PHNDLBTOH. ORBOOW. TBITOMT. JANUARY 5. lOtt' PAGE SIX. i i::i:iii:i;8S,8SIwnnff:;i8:88s:8::isamm HIHIIHIIIIIMIM 'IHMHIIIIIIIIUUHHII IHIIIIIIIH tHlllllllllltnMMHHtHHIIIMH If A 'E STILL NEED MORE MONEY TO PAY OI K IULI.S. OIK CREDITORS HAVE BEEN P AID IN PART, BIT WE HAVE GOT TO RAISE THE BALANCE AS SOON AS POSKIM p . OU TO CHOOSE FROM. THE HIGHEST PRICE SLIT WE HAVE IN THE HOUSE GOES I For ? HALF PRICE 6ALE ON CIOTHING GOES MERRILY ON. FOUR HUNDRED SUITS LEFT FOR YOU MONEY SUITS AT HALF Tills iwle la on every suit Id tlie home; nothing referred. '. $25.00 Suits no for $12.50 (20.00 Suits go for 10.00 ' $18.00 Sulu go for $.0O $15.00 Sulu go for $7.50 $12.00 Sulu go for $6.00 $10.00 Sulu go for $5.00 $9.00 Sulu go for $4.50 TROUSERS AT HALF XX $4.00 Trousers go for $3.00 ' $6.00 Trousers go for $2.50 TT . $4.00 Trousers go for $2.00 a a.ou trousers go iw si.yd $2.00 Trousers go for $1.00 $1.50 Trousers go for 75c SWEATERS $5.00 All Wool Sweaters for. ...$3.00 $3....

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. — 5 January 1905

PAILa HAST ORBOONIAX, PENDLETON, OKHON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, ifof PA8R 6WYKN. TRANSPORTATION LUTES. HOTELS. MONG THE EXCHANGES BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George GEORGE DARTEAC, Proprietor. hF THE INLAND EMPIRE PAGES. f, Statistics. I. criminals were .hot by tfl" .he l wuhln the part " Jmg to the Te"n ot CoTO' 'Tnce Smith. Three of P- W ghl,t by t'ty policemen. 1 the past three", months. lool tn.IT.. were, the ' J the safe blower. Ray, by fWtan. the 1ootln of Otis r. Mhe melee near the Comlque fe nZber 10. and the shooting Lr, October i . Willi. p"wy of the othef three in ""e occurred Just outside the limits, near Sprlngdale, - but " "of the man was brought to . smith for the Inquest. nersmitn ,00 cases for kroner during the year Just .'coroner tn.n ,o have point near the southwest corner of Grlm's blacksmith shop. It further alleges that on that date Mary K. Cav lleer. one of the plaintiffs In this ac tion, sustained serious Injury by fall ing through...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 5 January 1905

J1C. ORBOOH. THflWDAY. JANUARY a, tj PAGE Krcar. miim rMMMI I WHO WINS THE DOLL? We draw three numbers far the Vn Setfmrday; On am, MT, wUl Mwid far SO days. If mot preeent cd than. the Best, lit, will Maud 4 M da ye. Alao tfaa sat umber, 1MB. with the MMIMMIHMIMMH tl Do yoa like rood, pautfeat ooffeeT If so, 07 m "400 BLEND" IT TOUCHES THE SPOT. ' OWL TEA HOUSE MMMMIMH BEE OUR SCEVIAN WARE. MIIIIIIM 20,080 FAT DUCKS N. BERKELEY TELLS OF VIRGINIA FOWL FARM. A tmn Aear Roanoke on Which 38.600 Duoka Are Kept Growing At the End of the Eighth. Wc They Are Placed on the Market Fowls Are Forced From the Tune They Leave the Incubator Until They Are Marketed. jwcmy uiurano aucks In one flock, confined on a regular duck farm, and in all stages of growth, from the egg to the mature duck ready for the roasting pan. Is one of the sights that N. Berkeley saw, while on his recent trip to Virginia, and Washington, D. C The duck farm was being conduct ed near Norfolk. Vs.. and was a model of its ki...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 6 January 1905

yjyEVENING EDITION OAItY EVENING EDITION a m. - .- i WEATHER FORECAST. Tonlgnt anil Saturday fair, not so culd Saturday. 1 '01 i" PEfDLETOX, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY , 1905. NO. 52 10. IS e flat" IS all Una " . a'1"! s... J T FOR GAM II LEGISLftTURE tes hi of the Various Candi- Are Now Well De- ...mm a W ,f hot YET ---' OF THE LAURELS. L Mills Are Making Determin- SEflorts to rapture the Speak- Knvkendall and Carter 1 Lnrie for Honor in the Senate I. .. Tiw.iu'hi in Be In Uid- V BWBni lur Both Places BrowneU At- et Cnknown Machine 1 W Kuykendall, promise from some of the men orig inally counted as for Kay. In Multnomah county there Is an overwhelming demand for the elec tion of A. L. Mills as speaker. With out regard to factional or party lines, the sentiment in his favor Is prac tically unanimous. The business men of the city are especially Insistent that he should be the presiding of- ticer or the lower house. ITALIAN LABORERS KILLED. Others Were Injured b ya Long Island Train. New...

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. — 6 January 1905

0 DAIT.T EAST OIlEfiOMAX, PENDLETOX, OREGON. 1 IUDAV. JAXFAKY , 1 ' J. OUR. ANNUAL 1 cai r tw I n xr t Blank books BEGINS JAN. 1 For tbs kuoo of IMS, we were successful to buy oar blank books before the recent advance. T 100. ISO, 800, 230, 300, 400, K00, BOO and 800-page Ledgers, jurnals. Day Books and Cash Books. ricase note these prices on ', Sanfurd's Ink from Jan. 1 to ' Jan. 10: ; Half Pints 18c ! Pints Mo Quarts c letter Files, 25c, 35c and 48c FREDERICK NOLF & CO. GENERAL NEWS. j Phenomenally cold weather pre- . vails In all parts of Spain. , The Russians at Port Arthur were holding S00 Japanese prisoners when i the surrender came. There are 300. 00U more negroes than whites in Mlsisstppi. Of 297 j murders in that state during 19IM. 6" wer committed by whites. During 1903 the government turn- . ished private parties and firms 4T.0M0 , , , . j j, ,. ,(,.,, doses of tuberculin, and during 14 i T4.00 doses for the treatment of cat- tie. i j b Colvin was bitten three i month...

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. — 6 January 1905

I DAILT EAST ORKGOXIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY , 1" PACK THREE. $ White Pair i i ' -i fmhrntusU" eale. 15 cent reduction on'all Cor- aSS1 I -gM Gown. Dnw, . Petticoats, Chemise. seft, The rttaWas Underwear, the best made in America. $Ve are showing many new stjOee this season. See dt'Jplay center window. I 1 THE GIVEHS OF BEST VALUES exanderDeptStore FfgnrtU.lN BALM ANNUAL UXDER.MUSHX SALeI FROSTS Oil HE U1DDI.ES GARFIELD'8 CORPORATION CORRECTOR. s : However, (Ym la Corpora tkw imjtt and His Opinion of an Aa-U-Tmst Law. Might Be Exported' to Be a Frontr ExpnMBM a Frantic otPaternallMn Favors In- limited Liberty for the Corpora ttons. i n N)w York, Jan. . -Thomas 6. Frot general counsel for the Nation al Corporation company, and -author' of Frost on Incorporation," upon THE BROCK & ATOMS CO., OUR LOCAL DRUGGISTS, GOVERNMENT FOREST POLICY. FanrthMM of Roth State and Federal Law Washington. Jan. t. The subject of national forest policy was taken UP this morning by the A...

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. — 6 January 1905

DAILY EAST ORBGOXLLX. PEXDLETOX. OREOO. Fl ll)V JANVARY , 10 f AN lN'DSPENDENT NEWSPAPER. rvklUtod every Tuesday sad Friday at l'ssdieua, Onega, ay tba EAST, t OKEGONIAX PLULiISHjCXO ' COMPANY. SCBSSCKirTlO.N BATES. taally. nt year, by aiail 15.00 Hall;, stx sooths, by mall . ,,. 2 50 Ifcaily. ram moat ha. by stall . . . . .- 1.2.S Ually.om month, by mall 50 Weekly, oae year, by mall 1.50 Weekly, ail month, by mall 75 meek?. (ar at oath, by mall 5 em! Weekly, oa yaar. by mall temi-Wrakly. all month, by mall... 1.00 emi Weakly, thraa moataa, ey mall.. .50 -stents Brrlppa-atcIUa News Assoclstlon. The Rant Oregonlan Is on aale at B. B. Kk-h's News Sunoa at Hotel Portland and Botal Perkms. Portland. Ongoa. polltan. unearths one of the most grewsome doctrines ihnt haa been ad vanced by science. In Investigating the human emotion . belter be done without of fear In the darkness, one of the cost so very much. What counts for more, in the total of expenditures are luxuries that have become ...

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. — 6 January 1905

BflBr r ages. ' - " PAH.T EAST ORECOMAX. PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY. JANTARY , 10 jT . PAQB FITB. ' .lltt .- . f , ml 4 m W Mm Be K HtfcM- dm ' i trr Hut Clearoitee Sale , OF MX READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS FOR Ladies, Misses and Children .-aW Jacket In Who, black, brown, green and tan Siloes $10.00 to $18.00; dosing ant prices $4.95 to $9.15 Ul ladles Tailor Suit must bp dosed out this month. ' accordingly.'' Children's Dresses aU Priors out la pretty blue browns and reds, nicely trimmed, well m, Only 40 left and they are being closed oat at nearly half price! jANTART CLEARANCE SALE PRICES AM, OVER THE )csk Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alts Streets - 6TV ITY BREVITIES wnny. U. C. naaer. ; juder. Get sunny. M stetson hats at Roosevelt's. ladies' Gloria shoes at Roose- Vis, snd Hanan shoes at Roose- Falling, agent for Stelnway t marbled. Sc to 50c. Large loirs book store. est Good busines location. 114 East Webb street. in get satisfaction at How- irmerly Rees' cigar store. for...

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. — 6 January 1905

V PAGK BO. BAITY EAST OKBGONIAX. I-K.VNJ5T01. OREOON. FRIDAY. JAXCARY $, H Mil IK $MI$$H mum IIIIIIIIIHUI ISO SILKOI.INE NOW BEST GRADE , PROX GINGHAMS MEN'S l&c LINEN COLLARS THREE FOR MEN'S 15c VOSE ' ... . . . " ' ALL CALICOS NOW 3 c yd MEVS ssc sr spenders NOW 15 ea - 1 MEN'S 5c . VXPERWEAR NOW 35c ea 500 WORK SHIRTS AT NOW" 4c. yd. 25c 9c 9c yd l&c WAIST LININGS AT ill 10c yd 60 OCTXXG tt.,..." MEN 'S 'iT! ': NOW "Clhj i I i jp 3c yd J PEET8 ilOOKS AND ETES 7c pkg IS He COTTON BATTING ;8 l-3c i , LONSDALE I J J CAMBRIC !! 9c yd JC.FEW CONTRACT TOICES WE ARE T ALLOWED TO - ! CHANGE 4 READY MADE SHEETS j39c ea SEWING ' J SILK 8c SPOOL 2 for 15 , . CAMBRIC SKIRTING LININGS AT f t 3c yd MEVS COTTON SOI EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED x SILKS RESS GOODS 1I.ACK GOD8 VELVETS' GLOVES 4 1 - RIBBONS handkerchiefs' . TRIMMINGS 'LACES EMBROIDERIES FLAJTXEL63 HOSIERY UNDERWEAR LINENS ' ' T COTTONS . WHITE GOODS -GINGHAMS ''' DOMESTICS LEATHER GOODS , VEILINGS' . JEWELRY FANCY GOODS BOOTS 6UOL...

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. — 6 January 1905

KAST OBBGONIAN, rENDLETOW, ORB4JON, FRIDAT, JANUARY , m$ PAVE SET KIT. TRANSPORTATION LINKS. HOm-et. bKG THE EXCHANGES BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES Hotel St. George rTHE INLAND EMPIRE j OULl M GEORGE DARVEAU, Proprietor.. lion took plee at rnmmerclal Club r' evening to celebrate fTthe signing OI. lne I ,,,. ..( the port- t"e '" - ,nd 0.11. ,n tnai " . , calling - by Mayor tseo- orhealdon. on oenau r' . . -.t., k tenaerea a J ,,... nd resident L. making " FJtal one a. well a. a -or j. Mar king- JU T- . . Henry V. Teal oi " i , the the Open Hlver Assocla- L" . a. well aa about , , . I, a f The Th Dalles Chronl- miMtid. (Ttl num Vty ' " L of Mate taxes than a y ike pessimistic ones r . u Kafir The re- kt BOUU" -- gt that time " i..-. mold haTe such a rate 1M state board of levy, Governor (.namoeruuu. nte Dunbar and Treaa- Ls would require the rals- 150.000. Tne ougaDoo tiering at Salem day be kpplled for Baiter county ich on present aaseasea till produce for statu p...

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. — 6 January 1905

PAGE EI CRT. X. ORBOON. FRIDAY. J.OTARI tT AH.Y BA9T 0BBMH1H. 4; WHO WINS THE DOLL? 2 We three aaaabers far da 2 dull Sntarday; the tint, MT, will 4 Maud tor M days. If m T then, the next, II, wfll stand T Asyn. Ate da ua with the 1 mat mte, 1M. OWL TEA HOUSE SEE OUR STEYIAN WARE. CHIEF PEG INSANE MALADY IS PRONOUNCED ALCOHOLIC DEMENTIA. Is On His Way to Gorcnotat Asy lum at Canton, S. I). Unfortunate fan Has Bee of the Most Infln ential Indiana of His Tribe, and ' Wealthy Was Chief It Years, ' Though. Amos Pond Is Chief Regent at Tins Time. Peo. chief for 29 years of the Uma tillas, is Insane, and has been taken from the reservation and is on his way to the government hospital at Canton, a D. Major J. J. McKoln. superintendent of the Umatilla In dian reservation, is In charge of the patient. Peo's ailment Is pronounced by Dr. T. M. Henderson, reservation physician, as alcoholic dementia. About three years ago while Intoxi cated and resisting arrest. It is al leged that Peo was stru...

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