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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 January 1905

DAnLV MATT ORBQOXIAW, mDUnO, BXfiOX. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, lt05. PAGE SHTEJf. ,jG THE EXCHANGES -THE INLAND EMPIRE j rp lor , u . Partridge III" Monday 10 ""... P.veite Water ...... aiiu . b seventeen out 01 lo" . ...kholder. were I K" m,-ers took Te re-election of U A canvass 01 me . -hn.it- 100.000 H the Boise-Payette M?a",7 acres of mate rlefl In Boise last October to Miss Winifred Ward, and his wife resides there. No details are at hand respecting the affutr beyond the tact thai Crooks and Weerslng quarreled over some business matters and Weerslng was shot Whether It was a duet or a plain case of getting the drop first Is not known. Boise Capital News. A Bit of Sumptcr Weather. Those who have been wishing for real winter during the winter time had their wish fulfilled with the ther mometer, ranging from I to 6 below lli. on IS - Monday till Thursday, and ,he fr0I1t in the i yesterday one of the real Blue moun ts' two of her ,al" snowstorms arrived, and It might k business. pr, ...

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. — 18 January 1905

1 PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORKtJONIAX. PENDLETON. ORKOON. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18, IMS. nun -' T jj . -m. i a m n mm i va iiic uiua uic iui i us ui uuci ii. v v w w w w w I I It! j nil iilik uunnr i WE HAVE A LINE of bine, mouird baking did mm and mixing bom Is. Yob can bake a pudding la one of these bowls and serve without remov ing as they are not unsightly. The mixing bawls are better than the old style yellow ones, and do not cost any more. They range In price from Sic to 50c. .. . The Japs re making a hard fight. $ Whether we sympathjae with 4 hem or not, we cannot help but ? admire their bulldog tenacity. I -And, like the Japs, we are mak. X in a fichu me want every one In Pendleton to try our "sou X Blend" Coffee. Ifood, and hen n Have Surrendered every argument to convince yon that it Is, we win come to the conclusion you do not ap predate a Rood thins. It Is fine. exquisite, superb. We cannot ONLY A PORTIOX OF THE Cm- IS XOW M li LIED. The East Oregoiiiiin Building and Hotel St...

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. — 19 January 1905

vrrtEDmi if 41: . ... . lOAILY EVENING EDITION 1 cu"omer' 5rU hT i I Vj -I la ' Tonight cloudy with probably; aotli to cut I 1 . . V&WV V ' wJ J rain. Friday clearing and cooler. t 1 ""mmsJ a o - ------ PENDLETON, OREGON", THURSDAY, JANUAKY W, 1005 NO. 5200. SD SENATE I for the Third East- On-gon District Fair Ution. Las morrow (1HTIES COMPRISE IT. Inst T W"tlng Vote BiB A Being hdu, and It 1 BrUrwcd Urwntath Cole's Mas- faw But U4UI Aiocjmi- L omatl AppropriatkHis W, IIU.KJ 4S The aea- IH(M t.uou Leas Than Out ii, W Jan. ! tlciaU Smith, bill creating ii buterit Oregon Dls- Kiir AaBouiaiiou, com- Cmatllui and Morrow busm the senate -this trltb hut two dwwent Tlie Irrlcutlon bills viol cotiildered today. vliNa.il. offered by bmtlvt Cole of l.ma- and known ia the Ym commission's bill, la umndfd. and will prob- isnl Ujilion Hittit. In. II. A Jiol Tight la ex- not nrODoaed amendments i-l option law, the liquor Ibelr utmost to necure PVt Io the senate the Hen ippmntly nearly evenly k...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 January 1905

I i n.u.-iisnAY. JAXI AKT l. 1S. AET EAST RBOoMAN, PTOn, PACE fWO. i lVTr-rwr . Arrivals TWO STYLES t 'HIIJJREVS BIB1.E; LARGE, CLEAR TVPK 98c and $1.23 CHn-DREVS BIJkCKBOARD, FITE 6TYL.ES 48c to $2.95: Encourage tlie dilltl to study at home. The Blackboards have ailliiiv tun suhiecu. whiuli wakes II au Interesting work. 'LELUN MROU HISTORICAL SKETCH OK OLD VICTORIA. 1 - - - - YbUls tlie Vancouver , FREDERICK NOLF & CO. fi-, ' . i Th GENERAL NEWS. I matllla County Cltlaen Picturesque Place ol island Tells of Hudson Bay Days In llic Northwest Tlx Gold Rush lo Cariboo aud Eraser River Whaling Eket Ready lor tlie North lmcrrslhut Descriptive Ittrr. Victoria. B. C, Jan. 15. (To the Kant Oregonlun. A very pleasant I gull of four hour, among the tslunds and over the smooth waters of the ' Straits of Georgia briiiKS the voyag er to Victoria, the legislative capltul i of HrlliBh Columbia, and the duet J i town of Vancouver Island, with a 3 population of about 2u,000 people. j Victoria d...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 January 1905

dau.c ItAST OREGONaAX, PHJfmJffrOW, tmBSKHf, THURSDAY. iaim.mii . ..ttHHUMMMttMMMIItt1ttti M OF LEE Pendleton's Most Extraordinary Ijfe White Fair OBSERVE THE BIRTHDAY Cleani o OK THE GREAT COMMANDER. In All Plan Where Practicable tlie rmumwnHn sale. 15 iper cent reduction on all Cor- Exerd- Were Arranged and Con. ducted liy Confederate ex-Soldiers and Affiliated Organizations Pub lic Schools and Many Business Houses Closed Throughout the South. jM Gowrsa, rawer. Petticoats, Chemise. The FOR MEMORY I s Dot 101.1 OL w Hah kli DESCRDI I, DOu tflNDq Order Bd Cement, I Guiien 'regoj 1 V n rs nu i bin ml sr. " ,CA8or tjkt) .nc cast T ocenrtiat .insaayB at. Burtlf 1 roof thaan ,k, Wr1 , hiiatlttaa u of A .. i lt Hani MiicsUr bapl"1 !.irWca .. I ator. -S3 r r i"- I - a I nuile la America. W( are showing many new stylee Mason, gee display In center window. THE OVERS OF BEST VALUES lexanderDeptStore TfltEBBlDHlAW SA1.K AVNTJAL UXDERMUSLIN SALE! Richmond, Va, Jan. 19. The birth day anniversar...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 January 1905

fur , PENDLETON, nFON. Till KSl.AV. JANUARY 1. mm DAILY EAST OREOONIAN AM IXBtU'ENDENT NEWSPAPER. Oregon delation In congress, which land law. It was openly emu replies with Its slereoptyied message ' then thai the animus behind his elo of regret. ' - - - quern " was private ownership In li,iiK- nnw. am vnu not irnwlne huge tracts of desert lands, and tired of this disgusting tragedy: Awakening of the Peo ples of the Orient irnH-tlve ownership In larger tracts j The IIK.reuse of the foreign trade of gain acre to the medical worki of Japan, which are very good. Japan ia a pivotal country, says sir. Oh-h run. and It Is eaay to see how n rhrlxtlan Japan might Christianise the whole of Kustern Asia. There Is also to be noted a new movement Enough money will 1 squandered In future, through the manipulation l.h)lia mlll marked In recent , t,e young men of China which AKT Mundell's narrow el- hbed ery afteroona teseept Sunday) illL'lll4Vll I'l KI.ISlllMi 1V COHEreW 111 VUI1M1I1K ""IS uaium...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 January 1905

rAGIK. PAILT BAST ORBOONIAW, PBNPLgTON, OR-WOX, THURSDAY. J ANT ART 1, 10. V paom nm ig Saving to You PERSONAL MENTION Di l; W HERE FT PAYS TO I wiTERE IT PAYS TO J U 1 In TRAVK- Jerry stone, of Athena, is In the city today. Cloyd Oliver nt EVhn l. i- ;: 1 ? the city today on court business. II PEOPLES WAREHOUSE ! it 'IMLfro tv xnrwwwr r a j a ' Mr. and Mm rctann winoi. '" w'th an attack of the srrln Esma Sawtaii hi M,tiiAA 1 ee m irom a few weeks' visit in Portland. 1 niiV.U VV CCIV DiV.WlINd The familv nf T,,.i tk - - . " 1 n . iu,i.cii 1 1 1 a nuo is very 111 with the grip this e m 1 This Week ONLT A FEW OP THE MANY BARGAINS LISTED HERE, ti Overcoats must be sold. These prices m 0enL U $7.00 and (75 Owdort 8.M, 00 and 1 10.00 Overcoat. lt9o and $15.00 aU wool, best qoll.y Kersey, l bVue bUdTand brown; sale Prt m .M and $M 00 OrerooaM .80 odd wits, ranging In price from $7.50 to $15.00; to dose" oatol . eaure lot quick $3.75 to $5 50 jM $3.60 Hate at m jM pair odd pants, regular $...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 January 1905

MET stlftT OMOOBlAlf. PBTOUWW. OIUMOIC, TIH'RSDAY, JAVPART ... - rAH. PAGE MX. IIOKS OF UMATILLA o. r. s. vnx rrr IT 250 TONS OP ICE. lor in Private Storage General Case of Sickness Irrigon Will Bin a epo Severe Attack of Pleurisy Miss Davidson Entertain at Card Excellent Work of the De - i bating Society Party of Railroad Officials on Tour of Inspection. i Umatilla, Jan. IS. E. S. Curtis la visiting In Portland for a few days. Mrs. D. C. Brownell la having a fine new range, with hot water tank and pipes, put up in her home. J. H. Tomllnson Is storing three cars of Ice, which he received from .North Powder. The 0. R. & N. Co.'s Ice house is ' ready to receive 260 tons ot ice, whlch is coming from North Pow der. Three Inches of snow fell here dur : lng the recent storm, and It Is now fast disappearing. A number of cases of sickness is reported the past few oav" among them being Irving Curtis, Baste Lan drum and James Pound. It is reported that a depot Is to be built at Iriigon. J...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 January 1905

DABLT OftaoONlAS, FENDLK90X, OBfiOOS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1. 15. pak s: TRANSPORTATION LUCES. in TUP RYPH A XTtrc t if THE INLAND EMPIRE j A llt l"..!., of the govern- W , ,h w ision Commer- 'eiiied it ""fht, "r; I,"r,lttnd chT" 10 wurt approprla t. nalles-Celllo w. mmrovement of the '"iMmbla river.. Th. t.v reason "i Trtland to the effect ' , nf the rivers b"" "mirtee. had express- r.B. nuhtful whether any H.'Vould he made this i" construction of The ""';. telegram faster Heyburn a. being of procuring Imme- f,.ctlve action. The tele--haiructlonlat tactlca biW ,ne " . Sene ar ?"Tis utmost en- K,utrall "em and also liberal apprup. ""- " Tribune. 54 Columbia rl -lied by r inline Pawing. bardU-ta are , the .plenum prevailing moisture has the -oil for cultivation and k " z : ' n. a im tne ciuuu. ..- .mmonia which l an LwUllier, and the plowing of L riurliiK the period of rain fall. It to retain a large per- Itmmonia, ninir m if the rainfall were per- cumulate on the surface uprated, on th...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 19 January 1905

DAILY EAST ORBOONtAN. FRNIHJaTON, OHBGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY IfcltOS. "tear, hmmmi HHIHI IMOIHIHtMIMMH HAIR TOXIC FAKE. FAGB EIGHT. WE HAVE A LINE of blue, mottled baking disltea and mixing bowls. Yoa Ota bake a podding in one of Urns bowls and serve without remov insj, as the- are not unsightly. The mixing bowls are better than the old style yellow ones, and do not cost any more. They range In price Iran 33c to 50c. The Japs re making a hard fljrht. Whether to sympathise with them or not. we cannot help but admire tlteJr bulldog tenacity. And, like the Japs, we are mak ing a fight We want every one In Pendleton to try oar "400 Blend" Coffee. We know It Is good, and when we Have Surrendered I argument to convince you that It is, we will come to the conclusion yon do not ap preciate a good thing. It is tine, exquisite, superb. We cannot fully express Its good qualities. We leave that to yon. OWL TEA HOUSE SEE OUR SUEYIAN WARE. fr IMnitHHIIItMHniMMMMHMIIIHIIIII ITER F. S. BR AM WELL GI...

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. — 20 January 1905

' fBSffl II AQ$ -jN" fo ' N. jPAliY EVEHIHB EDlTlONll J ' LhT dwlrebl. cuau.ni.uf. 0H have I ' y 1 l YV I 7 ' ju,lnea tooth to eat I aX mm0fi' -4 - ' W '-C-' ' ' ' Jw g ' ' Tonight and Saturday fair. J " : TOL. 1 PENDLETON, OREGON, Till DAY, JAKUAKY 20, 1903. NO. 5261. DSTEOPATHY NIT . BE RECOGNIZED I Introduced to Regulate and License it as a School of Medicine. 3SATOR BltOWNEU. IS SPONSOR HOB 'MEASURE. jMulur sum" law finveniliUE Hoards or Health Passed II ic Senate Provwk-s U, a Salaried Secretary In Barn CHntr Senator Malarkry Opens a air on Ticket Slpera Kill liitro jaml Closing Su1in.ii Side Enu-un- I i 'Pierre' Substitute. Suleni, Jan. '20. Senator t Tierce wi' hla Irrigation bill mi Introduced a substitute mrnmire In rase Cole's commls mon bill was rejected. He and t Smith favor n radical Irrigation mta.ure unci will support Cele's. I H. however, the committee re t Jwti role's bill Pierce's wt be inrjett In irder to correct the I pruent law and no far us To- titale remove ve...

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. — 20 January 1905

O&EGCKIAN, PENMJBIXW. nnWflOV. FRIDAY. JANUARY 0. IMS. I New i Arrivals TWO STYI.KS CHILDREN'S UI111.ES; LARGE, $ CI .E AR TYFE r' 98c and $1.23 CHILDREN'S BLACKBOARD, X FIVE STYLES 48c to $2.95 t Enoourase Uw cliikl to study at home. These Blackboards haTe rolling top subjects, which makes It an Interesting work. FREDERICK XOLF k CO. 1 ECHO NEWS NOTES IDEM1C OK MEASLES CLOSES PVHI.IC SCHOOLS. Cattle Hiiyers Offer Vent Iir Kul Cattle to He Ibellwred February 15 Gnnvrrs Refuse to Contract, Be lieving That tlie 4 Cent Murk Will He Reached Before Tliat Tune Hut tor Creek Farmers InMnll New Feed Chopping Plant at Cost of 1 -'(). Echo. Jan. 19. The epidemic of measles In the neighborhood still cou I tlnuea, and the city marshal Is busy ' enforcing -the quarantine law. In consequence of the great umount of I sickness the public school has been ! ordered closed for the present, by the j board of directors. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shipley, whoj have been visiting Mrs. Shipley's mother. Mrs...

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. — 20 January 1905

4 DAILY EAST OM8GOMAM. PENDLETON, OREGON. Fill DAY, JANUARY 20,' IMS. AM THREE.' EX- E fe White Pair Pendleton's Most Extraordinary ooxvktkh ok mi hdek of his wife last fall. Jealousy n Hie Part of tin Wife Was Hie Source of Much Quarreling and Is Relieved to Have Resulted in Murder The Woman Had Bee mm mm l!nHrmuUn sale. 1 fer cent rednctlon on all Cor. Night Gowns, Drawers, l'etttcoats, . Chemise. loner The nof and Beaten The Iluxhand lawyer and Prominent Physician, 0SnaAS gU- HItlM. UN PERM VJSL1N SALE MAYOR TO Peerless Underwear, the beat made In America. We are showing many new styles this season, gee display In center window. THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES exanderDeptStore WeRMUSUN SALE ANNUAL UNDERMUSLIw avl.J 1ST SMITH AT M. 1 CHURCH LAST NIGHT. MertlnKM of 10 Days Du- Utd at the Thompson InlMdiKt Church Evan. Lmm tlw Need and Scope UlleeUiigH PontceoHtal lie Xot New, But Uie Old lb Studded With Tliem Lit Especially lor All NCEREVIVAL tJOMph H. Hmllh, L). D b his first aermon at ...

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. — 20 January 1905

OKBOON. I ISin.VY. JAM AltY 110, 1B05. DAILY EAST ORCXiOMAN, PENlUiETON, Kloifj PAGE FOUR. ! I 1 i , '. ' r ' . It I i AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. IMlMIbd avery afternoon !Mflt Sunday) t Pwdlelull. Oregon, by III FAST OICMJOXIAN I'llllilSlIIXG COMPANY. gUHHORIPTION UATK8. TMily, on year, by stall-. Daily, mouths, bv mall lllr. three moutlia. by niall DallT.on month. tT mail Weekly, on year, by mall.. Weekly, six mouths, by niall WroklT. four months, by mall fteml Weekly, on jrr. by mall. ... Semi -weekly, aix montha. by mall.. Herat Weekly, three moiulit. by mall. 5.00 2 so l.-jr. .so l.so .7a M) 2.IHI 1.00 .SO Member Scrlpps-McHae New a Association. The Kant lreonlan l on sale at B. B. Kloh a News Mlamla at Howl Portland and Howl Parkin. Portland. Oregon. San Franelaro Bureau, -to Fourth 8t. Chlcaro llureau. turn Security IhilMlnjr. Washington. V. C, Bureau, 601 Hth St. K. W. Telephone Main 11. Entered t Pendleton I'oatofflce aa second clasa matter. NOTIOK TO AIHM'ltTlSKItH. Copy for...

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. — 20 January 1905

nam- M MAST OREQOMAX, PENDLETON, OBBOOX, FRIDAY, JAN CART 80, 1WH. rUS v a. w an - - ....... . ft jjgSavmgto You Tnis weeit r n-EAN-lP SALE OP ALL SHOUT LINES BEFORE TAKING INVENTORY. A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS LISTED HERE. will move them. s owrco Mand W-50 Overcoata W nul eU wooL b. Overcoats M.W 5.50 '. ..Kiui mil wooL best quality Kersey. In blue huu f lCi e Prioe 8 50 I !TZv) $80.00 Overcoatt $U.j5 f Z im. ranging Price frora 7,60 to 8 00; to clone oat the I.,) . I satire " r .Tnrtd puiH. regular 20 " 2-25 grade; mle . . . $1.50 hp odd pants, BARGAINS AI-L OVER THE HOUSE. e Teutsch's Dept. Store lee ie f Cor Corner Main and Alta Streets 3 TY BREVITIES tader. Get sunny. j, kit. R.osevelt'a. mderwear tale at TeutacB . Idles' Gloria shoea at Room- Lund Hanan lioe at Roose- Ftlllaf. rnt for Stelnway N shoe tale now on at til I, valentinoa, lc to X3.BD. Hlg (olfn book more. Unit Good buslnes location. Ill East Webb street um let satisfaction at How- Iwnerly Rees' cigar store. ninj ho...

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. — 20 January 1905

PAGE SIX. DAILY EAMP ORBGONTAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. ItOS. M-M f MMH1 WE STILL NEED MORE MONET TO PAY OUR DELIA OUR CREDITORS HAVE BEEN PAID IN PART, HIT W E HAVE GOT TO RAISE THE BALANCE AS BOON AS POKHIIu , HALF PRICE SALE ON C1.0TIIING GOES MERRILY ON. FOUR HUNDRED SUITS LEFT FOR TOU TO CHOOSE FROM. THE HIGHEST PRICE SUIT WE HAVE IN THE HOUSE GOES Vun Tltt Mm 1 1 1- ' . r , ; -' t I i - ! ) . t . SUITS AT HALF Till sale Is on every suit in the muse; nothing reserved. $25.00 Suits go for 1 12.50 $20.00 Suits go for $10.00 $18.00 Suits go for $9.00 $15.00 Suits go for $7.50 $12.00 Suits go for $6.00 $10.00 Suits go for $5.00 $9.00 Suits go for $4.50 TROUSERS AT HALF $6.00 Trousers go for $3.00 $5.00 Trousers go for.. ..$2.50 $4.00 Trousers go for. ........ .$2.00 $3.50 Trousers go for j. . .$1.75 $2.00 Trousers go for .$1.00 $1.50 Trousers go for 75c SWEATERS $5.00 AU Wool Sweaters for. . . .$3.00 $3.50 All Wool Sweaters for $2.25 $3.00 All Wool Sweaters for $2.00...

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. — 20 January 1905

.. --Iw.f",- ' 1 - PAB.V MAST OltKUOXUI, PKHDLKEOK, BJDttOS. FRIDAY, JAN LAKY M, 106- ! : : i : ! : i : ' v PAGE rr TRANSPORTATION LINES. aoraa. 1T .. .ht mem I1 ...inhone in"1,..., iiloliK ""T ". re- llnl del"" -turned i" h. of their f .... nnniDliny "1 H ..tending a'"1 Is" ' .. cn miles :Vc..ng nearly ; neighborhood Tj ,lth Antelope, fj. distance ele !. their oonnec- r... ..a Telephone f., -nmoany on- f .... ,i.,rlnl kill linea . t.lt, nnn in ravo"" " tt,e jonn ranchers to be Llent encourage- -Aihwooa rr- lu IKHU, Li about 63 years, L, t the Sumuter L.,., at 8 o'olock. r ii.. ,( pneumonia. no in this part of the atrrieu daughters t Col Interment Li the latter have L with, and it is anion they may o li k body. Im hi New ior La it an early age, tier county about Hi daughters, wno Ink Col., are MrB. Irian. Annie fuck. mt. Vta Found. waa In tne city me later Informa- L finding of Indian Ik He says wnrk- ,Ut from his more it the White Sulmon Kions of which there if the Indians have o! ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 January 1905

PAQB 9AXLT BAST OlUtGONlAN, PBNDUfKIN, OlMOK, I HI I) AY, JANUARY 20, IMS. WE HAVE A LINE of blue, mottled baking dlhes X and mixing boyrla. You can take a padding In one of them bowls and serve without remov- T tug, u they are not unsightly. 1 The mixing bowls are better than the old style yellow ones, X d do not eoat any more. 2 They range In prioe from 30c T to 540. HllllIIIIMIttM The Japs lire making a hud flirhL WheUier e sympathise with X them or not, we cannot help but tllltllM fftinli. t... 1 1.1 .... . 1.- .- UUlllllI VOMimVllJ' And, like the Japs, we are mak ing a fight. - We want every J one In Pendleton to try our "400 X Blend" Coffee. We know It Is t DVliwl asnrl h-Iu. Have Surrendered f every argument to convince I you mat it is, we will come to ue oonciusloa you do not ap preciate a good thing. It Is fine, exquisite, superb. We cannot fully express Its good qualities. We leave tliat to you. OWL TEA HOUSE r- BEK OUR SUEVIAN WARE. I - - - a. - - PHVSICIANS FIGHT TWO VER...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 January 1905

""" GT -N . JV rOAILYEVENIHGEDITIOH siTi WEATHER FORECAST. :Mrnti that the y cut NO. 522. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21. 1905. jj ggji mjmtl I Tonight and Sunday rain or 'i ; i'. . feSTHE f!S STAND v He Has Been President Smith (latter Confessed. VnMONV Wed yestkkbay. Lwuduuit I-oyulty to LtatlMU 1)U From Uent Generation, ana L Hla Duty and lnten- lar,l in Such Hevolu- nn 10 the Jjaws of Ljjio, No Exception Revelslioii Ainnor- K 1 Jan. ill Senator L (he aland Uil morn- LtKd hl testimony of vine that he had ilut a quorum of apos tle right to try one bnt Attorney Taylor him ny that a major- tiltd In the Mormon H wllnen demurred. It voted to sustuln ih October 6 last and ,-culon since, although iianl of the testimony ml it the committee i question by Henator iltnesn uld: "1 be- Uti o( the church can Uoni from God. Any rmlve revelations, but tint of the church can which would bind the I would be binding up- imtlh above the law of 1 II I received such a nuld be binding upon '.f...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 January 1905

PAC DAILY KA8T ORKGONIAN, PENPLaTTON, OREGON; SATURDAY, JANUARY 21. Wi, : ' ! ! i ! ' I ' ' 1 . I I ; i l ' ,1. i ?' ; i ' il :: Some Special Values to t Be Found at 1 FREDERICK NOLF & CO. MAMMOTH NOTION STORE. CURTAIN 1 STRETCHERS TWO GOOD OXES, tl.Iii ami 2.IH. TIIK MOVING 1IX STYLE SAVES YOl'H CUll TAINS. TOILET SOAP A LARGE LINE TO SELECT I'ROM: c. Be, 8c ami 10c A BAR. SPECIAL I'll ICES BY THE DOZEN AND GROSS LOTS TO ROOMING HOl'SES AXD HOTELS. VALENTINES Ol'll NEW LINES ARE AR RIVING. FANCY ONES lc I WANTED 1 .000 OLD SCHOOL BOOKS. OF NORTHWEST NEWS. The United States assay office at Seattle has 12,000.000 in gold in Its vaults at this time. There were eight burglaries and rnu.n. are expected. iTY ELECTRIC PLANT IS A GOOD INVESTMENT. KiiiiuIk Compline and Will Be pnt in 0Kration January 33 Already Valued In Exoem or Its Cost and NiHulnal Value City AIno Owns Its Waterworks nd 1m Now Iu.vlng a Reduced Rate or IiiiereNt on lis Bonds. I Milton. Jan. 19. The new electric plimt...

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