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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 October 1904

iltf. ...,QM-t.A L- w DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PEXPLETOA. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23. IW. PAGES- PAGE SEVER. ATR-EDOM Plays and Players and Their Realm - educed Prices in Two Dept. f . . PnmnflllV. perceptible Influence upon the proa ress of the play. The supporting company has been selected with care and Includes some of the best vaude ville talent and a strong singing chorus of pretty girls. Flu Quits Fighting and Acting. Bob Fltzalmmons Is out with the announcement that he Is through fighting and acting. By next year Bob hopes to be restoring health to broken down millionaires. He also Is desirous that a few wealthy people contribute to a plan he has for or ganizing a $200,000 stock company. J huHM h rrar Tuesday LT (.r a we'. en- T.h i-cow Mirror says: -piwnl- k company has KPlir opera house this "M, , Thn advertised' Is a cin "ot often make of ,(0fnt one can n R g tfue ."C1. Their Plays -'r; compel 'o? and !") every one of i '"JT of a star, all the sup srf(omPe of goo4 acto i f ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 October 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREOOMAS, PKKDLETOK, OREJGOIY, SATIIIDAY, OCTOBER 82. tWi. TWELVE rW a r? r Of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, at the Corner of Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton. The Sterling vsiouimg company, 01 lies Momes, lowa railed, lttit hud, corner ui iuuu a..u uuiww, run- land, Oregon, bought their entire $135,000.00 stock of Men's Clothkg, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods FROM THE ASSIGNEES AT 40c on the' liar ....SPOT CASH.... THIS IMMENSE STOCK WHICH ARRIVED OX TOP OF OlTl rXCSVAIAY HEAVY FALL PCnCHASM FORCES US TO FIXD AX OUTLET TO DISfOSE OF PART OF THE FIX EST STOCK THAT WAS EVER SHIlj PED TO OREGON". PROSPEROUS PEXDLETOX HAS BEEN SELECTED BY VS. $35,000.00 WORTH OF CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AXD FFRXISUIXG GOODS HAS BEEN" SHUTI HERE, AXD WILL BE PLACED OX SALE AT OCR BRANCH STORE, "THE lira," CORNER COCItT AS JOHNSOX, OPPOSITE HOTEL BICKERS, OX SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22, 1901, AT AllSOLUTei OXE-HALF THE WHOLESALE COST- PEOI'I,E OF UMATILLA COUNTY,' TAKE ADVANTAGE O...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 October 1904

l A i DAILY EAST OREGOXXW, PENPliETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER . ,004. PAGE NINE. J New Building t,u.inei in our new home, although we have -,.,.d our ne irtore. cow b)t the most attractive atore m i will " ,et everything In readlnesa. . MB wc . ,i freshest stock of groceries the largest. oe Iw" . - im in a bright, fresh supply of hlgh- hove ju If, v Ii II PERSONAL MENTION f that no store In rendleton offers as great lnduce ueaesttl hlsh-grade goods. 'nun"0-""" ' I"" . ..u.-.m nf ffOOdS. , . Ue moat prompt ucl ' V" STANDARD beery Company See us In our new home CWner Court and Johnon Streets. johnnle-on-the-Spot" Delivery BREVITIES Get Bunny. . mit it Martin's. Lmo hats at Roosevelt's. Uferls shoes at Kooae- U'i long eoata at kat to photos to be faudt Studio. L aUaactlon at How- Em cigar store. , l:.it watt a job; Wages 11 iddress P. 0. box It. L restaurant, open El Mrs. Cooper, proprl- itin to do housework. A. Lowell, Hi Johnson ind framing pictures. :.wi Western Art Co., but pin....

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 October 1904

V ' Jt .!.-. .i.. ;..jivi.ii. v. PAGE TEN A !( Another Great :i UK1CQONIAK. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATVHDAV. OCTOBER aa, M. JWr J, Sale Ladies' New Fall Suits New Fall Cloaks New Fall Skirts (ill AMI SPECIAL DISCOVXT SALE 25 I'K.lt CENT OFF any suit In our store. Don't fall to see our line on sale this week. ;ltKAT CIiOAK SAI.K 200 new garments by express, all on Kile. Marked down 25 per cent Ik-Iiiu rcgiiliir price.. $15.00 and Itl.ACK ItltOAlK-l.OTIt IIKKSS SKIRTS .f very fine quullty. $18.00 values for . $10.(10 anil $15.11(1 trimmed around liottom with three rows ot bluck taffeta folds , mill cat-stltchlng; also trimmed to match over hips, uml orna mented with Hilk buttniiK: has fine quality of neur-sllk accor dion pleated drop skirt. These ure very swell sklrtB and will be sold at the special introductory price gfl.'llO Itl.ACK CHEVIOT IMtK.SS KklllTM Of all wool, fine quality, cut , In the latest 7-gore flare model, trimmed with two folds of ' taffeta silk, are lined with spun-gla...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 October 1904

7 DAILY EAST OBXGOXTAX, PENPUTTq.N, OMEOOX. SATURDAY, OCTOBER ti, 104. PAGES. FACE ELEVEN. Vm5g the exchanges j'oFTHE INLAND EMPIRE j Home for the Aged, after having walked all the way from Salt Lake Leaving Salt Lake on July 7. Fathet Ilium", . Miller c talk -.ho" " Mnier was city. . .fcoul. ' .,.,rinus dinap- ,leneB'rfW , . money. He Ih Williams followed the track of the '.Met ' lhe ,!L for It and will ( Oregon Short Line up to Butte. 8S7 1 rMP0"11"" . ... h. u not miles, an then walked from Rulle to tje t ort",e . wrollB doing. To Missoula, about 125 more. At MIs L,irlll! guH"' '!' he has been , soula a circus train passing through home Ull'It i nave nun i ...it 11, i. miaev, ana irnm ires iniue- W allace he made nis way on foot again . prewl" and come. this Hevlew. one who lives here h,mt"- - ,,ui,,n( j a1 fl.m his to Spokane, arriving here October , ,w, io clear ' I,, niiirh he making the total distance walked ap- 0f All nie't wim pi-oxiniii-iy uav iiiiiert, wmcn me their veins...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 October 1904

I PAGE TWELVE. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1904. 8 I To Our t Patrons Owing to our limited storing apace la our new store, we have decided to discontinue the sale ot sugar after the present stock has been exhausted. - "Would be pleased to see you at our new store, opposite Hotel Bickers. ' Owl Tea House Engineer Curtis states thut one le was cut entirely off. as well an an arm and the bead. A peculiarity of the Incident Is that there did not remain on the body the slightest ves tige of clothes. The only evidence that the body had been drugged was that the vest and some fragments of clothing were some destance away. Mr. Curtis notified one section crew and Firemun Grayce the other, and the remains are In their charge at the scene of the accident, await ing the artvat of the coroner, his Jury. Deputy Sheriff Blakeley and the sev eral witnesses. The empaneled Jury is as follows: C. C. Hendricks, T. E. Morgan, Cap tain Joseph Dunn, August Schmidt, Henr...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 October 1904

i ON n .(TV j7NJ n nX fn ah y fvfminr FniTinw .r. of advertising pac To .., correpona win. a WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Tuesday fair. i i : ' ' ! PENDLETOX, OltEGOX, MONDAY, OCTOKEU 24, J 904 YOl 1?- !NO. 51 - ---.--- ii i q iii a : 1 'J ad IDE FLEET I HID II 51 II RAITS frenzied Garrison Declares It WD fight to th Bitter End. ( PROUSWW ARE fWCR ACT HOUSE MEAT. from gtwwwl Say He Will fthtu Long w l ife Lasts List Rwriu Head In tlie Battle of attar Hirer Show Terrible ban-Two Armies Renting With- RUtcShot'of Each Other at alA Japane Admit Losing II tarn It taut Big Battle. rewrrturg, Oct. 24. A dls W from General gtoesael, of the atttT'OCtober SO, Ray a: To thief nifferlnf among the rawsj 61 the garrison In due to a ct T warm clothing. The soldiers m xaiwfactining tor themaelvea. wi out of all kinds of material. "Ai (there It atlll an immense ssatttyof flour, but only a little Mm meat, the garrison Is detertn M to fight to the lust man and ; am drop of blood." tas Lout 11 Gun. He...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 October 1904

I. 7 ' v.. r. TACK TWO. DAILY EAST ORB OONIA V, PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 84, 1M. EIGHT PAGES. OREGON. BALSAM Pommih all the soothing and healing virtue of our native white pine combined In a palat able form. It Is unexcelled for Coughs and Colds 25c and 50 a bottle only at F. W. Schmidt, Reliable Druggist. P. O. Block. 'Phone Main M. Weekly Letter From Portland GENERAL NEWS. Congressman w. Bourke Cockittn, of New York. Is now campaigning In Montana and Utah. Three were killed Saturday night in a head-on collision between two passenger trains near Vicksburg, Miss. The Simmons Hardware Company has received the grand prize at the St. Louis fair, on their "Keen Cutter" cutlery. Japanese officers made an official count of 10.000 Russian corpses on the battlefield of Shahke river Saturday. Lieutenant H. A. Roberts, of the Ft. Riley army post, died Sunday from Injuries received while hunting Saturday. The internal revenue collections for the mo nth of September were $20. 007.253....

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 October 1904

...-.a ... DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1904. p PAGES- PAGE THREE. " TWO FREE COURSES tecial Clothing Sale Men's and Young Men's AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ADDS TO ITS ADVANTAGES. Short Courses In Agriculture and Dairying Will Be Offered After Jan. 9 Tuition Free, Hooks Cost About $.1.00 and a Deposit for Laboratory Rrcnkiiges $300 Roth. Courses Will Re Praetlral and Complete Oreat Need for These Itranches In duced Regents to Add Tlicm. Suits $12.25 BARGAINS FOR JIEX'S TAILOR-MADE SUITS. ken"6 ...SUITS .made clothing that we always sell. has been ttylto. we" .!. r.rninr low figures, for which this M price. lurtly famous. sie.OO and l00 u.ll..r.n.ade Suits at $12.25. 000 lu dtT f ,WV i ! w string. " i!W,d,allt-. see our window display. Suits $12.25 bxander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES tttMltlllMMHH THE BEST SMOKE ON THE MARKET "Eft dfcfcTCTN HTr Manofactored by A. ROHDE L Monarch Ranges Mnllcable Iron and the kind you cannot break. I have a full lin...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 October 1904

1 J PAGE FOUR, DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 84. 1IMI4. eight ANIXDEl'KNUEXT NEWSPAPER. I'libltslird erenr afternnou lexrept Hnadayl at IVutileton. Oregon, by tbe EAST OIIIXiOMAX PUBLISHING t'OMIWXY. HlliSt'UIITION ItATKS. Oitllj. our year, or malt $.1 00 ll!y. oumtlw, by mall 2 jo Itlu, tine mouths, by mall i lnliy, on month, by mall " '50 4ally. wr month, by carrier H5 Weekly, one year, by mall 150 Weekly, .1, moutha, by mall 75 Weekly, four moutha, by mall 'bo Benti-Weekly, one year, by mall 2'uu Betnl-Weekly, atx montha, by mall... 100 Sml wMv. three moutha. by mall.. .50 liemlier s, rlnpa-MclUe Newa Aaaoclatloo. Jle '-"st Oreg-onlao w on sale at B. B. fllch a Newa Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Portland. Oregon. Ban Francisco Bureau, 408 Fourth 8t. Chleajro Bureau, 900 Security Building. Washington, 1. c.. Bureau, sni 14th St., Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton nostnfflce as second class matter. AT OLD FT. CLATSOP, In the center of ...

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 October 1904

. .r.i L.. DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, IM1. PAGE FIVE. Wt i Miss the Big Sale OS LADIES', MISSES AND CHILD REX'S COATS, JACKETS AXD SKIRTS. SALE CONTINUES UP TO TUESDAY NIGHT. MONEY IX YOUR POCKETS IF YOU ATTEND. ALTERATIONS FREE Lee TcmscD 5 icpi. oiu. c I Corner Main and Alta Streets . i gJyBREVITIES Hjtr. Wt BunI,J" (nit daily at Martin s. . at RnnHPVelt'l. ,. gteuun u Lldl' Gloria hoe at Rooe- tblldren's long coaU at . . tin h the Try oei in imiiu Kmbrandt stuuiu. twi set satisfaction at How- . iK trim hUOt COOK Wlilll " n month. Address P. O. box i. 1 George reitaurant, open Jud night. Mrs. Cooper, propri- liiflat and framing pictures. paranteed. Western Art Co., out itreet. ItleJ-Boardera at 719 Garden Home cooking; H per week cenu (or single meal . rood bargain. A six-room house me lot. (800. Terms J 2 5 per E. T. Wade & Son. sale Desirable property cor- Mtia and Alta. The old Lee set. Call on L H. Lee. lnitun In lodging and rooming (or sa...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 October 1904

PACK SIX. i i. i' i DAILY EAST ORKQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1904. MKIW a n Of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, at the Corner of Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton. The Sterling Clothing Company, of Des Moines, Iowa Failed. THE HUB, Corner of Third and Burdside, Port- lauu. vicxuiit vuukui mcir enure J 1 auuwn. ui Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods . . . 35)- FROM THE ASSIGNEES AT 4c i tine 0Ihr ....SPOT CASH. .. THIS IMMENSE STOCK WHICH ARRIVED ON TOP OP OUR UNUSUALLY HEAVY FALL PUIICHASES, FORCES US TO FIND AN OUTLET TO DISPOSE OF PART OF THE FINEST STOCK THAT WAS EVER SHIP PED TO OREGON. PROSPEROUS PENDLETON HAS BEEN . SELECTED BY US. $05,000.00 WORTH OF CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS HAS BEEN SIHTPED HERE, AND WILL BE PLACED ON SALE AT OUR BRANCH STORE, "THE HUB," CORNER COURT AM) JOHNSON, OPPOSITE HOTEL BICKERS, ON SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1904, AT ABSOLTJTELT ONE-HALF THE WHOLESALE COST.. PEOPLE OF UMATILLA COUNTY, TAKE ADVANTAGE ...

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. — 24 October 1904

DAILY EAOT OREOOXIAX, PEnLETOA, OREGON. MONDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1904. PAGES SEVEN. tt7 uvrw A INJURS Sfland empire; BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES PROFESSIONS AND TRADES L frW Krley crop ,t inn ' hi. there ' tB ""!,. the coun t1" ST If asserted i scarcely been U ..' U".ZTm Weat o( any . been """ ...... ln activity I" Ninety-three cent. urn. . - ffar- J.'Hteprlce iat do not cure " Tnrtatnf ! t,mn 100 Pound. K? Medical Springs no.atoesatthe Br, :1: 0itv. which '7',00 pounds These ' Vom seven hi... '?lth and well propor '"fLJn the rlch- f!.k "bottom oll and N 41 2fi. -Baker City Cotton in Oregon. cuim another product i. with the Sunny : ""','. ..n. Mr. J. mining of cotton, 'mh has niKi tn" """" 'Jipatch at the residence of t P Rogers, on ooutn commercial street, and the bolls are fully devel oped and almost ready to burst with their snowy contents. Cotton raising WIH probably never prove a great In dustry In Oregon. But the fact that It has matured Is proof of the splen did climate of the valle...

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. — 24 October 1904

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 34, 1W4. Have You Found It? IHies It give you tlie satisfae tUm If miiplit am h.uu. make you feel like going to Jail It's coffee vr mean. If your coffee Is good the world looks bright anil worth living in. If bail well, you know how you feel. We make a specialty of cof fees. We have had fourteen years' experience, both whole wile and retail. , We blend our own coffees. Owl I Tea House fancy and often spoke of it, but never seriously believed it, but It Is said that on the strength of this horoscope: he took out 13000 life insurance and kept It paid up regularly, until the time of his death. 11 FAVORS TURKEY RED. C. 11. Rosenberg, of Fulton, lias Had Excellent Success With It. C. H. Rosenberg, of Fulton, Is planting (40 acres to winter wheat his usual average, of which 160 acres will be Turkey Red. , In 190S Mr. Rosenberg harvested 180 acres of Turkey Red, and the same acreage this year, and now he is putting in the...

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. — 25 October 1904

WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Wednesday, fair. raxmjsTox, on,;;ox, TUKSDAY, OCTOHEK 25, 1904 NO. 5187. V President Hoose f ebrates His Return Islands. Xrt Hew the WW j itjews f rijj In Ike 8UIUm LJfcT m ti w fcaauan. L Oct - 'n""1 mautenai 'Onuwiiie fotltUi Drilled States phew iff Treil.mt arreited iln Me tten a, (or Auurblrs? the i maklnt 'the rsunds LoMn reaniurailts nd L-t iriw .iMVlnE the if srtannult, lire 'became ktias a cwwU of -sevcrnl n urdereB Him to be to fall, "tuke me to J11II w. I in mot -Minx aw- b Be IDeii 'torn wne-.jio-b rmtdwtt Inosevelt w L Mittreut, the police- k nmswi. The to the station and re nt ML "Burlier ' In the' M a firm with ahae- h3i the hadkmn wis 8Wt Fsnenue iriivett 'from TMtnUs inll vma teee- MADMK1 AT THE FRONT. KpUlcnik- Wt Munla Asming Russian Soldiers. London. Oct. 26. The Moscow reiw rtitlnueB to publish painful Lories lunucy an mania at th. front The HlblrsltS Viestnlk prlnta the following story tf! a soldier driven mad W the horror: Into the...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 October 1904

'v.; rACE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 85, 1904. OREGON. BALSAM PoKACAaeti nil (he soothing and IiciiIIiik virtues or our iiuttve while (line combined In a pulat nblc form. It l unexcelled for Coughs and Colds 25c and 50 a bottle only at F. W. Schmidt, Rellnble Druggist. O. Block. 'Phone Mulu 86. RECALLS THE STRIKE SKYJIOfll SW.UGI'Jl MF.M- BER OP THE A. R. V. Wits a Coal Heaver ut Kiinii'lu During Strenuous TIiiiph of 18IU Joined In the Strike, Wns Discliurged and 'mild Never Secure Work on the O. R. & X. Thereafter Would Have Been One of the Oldest En gineers on the System Hud Jlc Re miilucd nt Work. GENERAL NEWS. Boon- has fallen to a depth of four Inches In Michigan. The trial trip of the cruiser Colora do brought out u speed of 23 knots per hour. Mexico is to issue J 10,0110.0110 bonds In the near future for Irrigation work exclusively. Arizona declures that she will not Join with New Mexico to be admitted as one state. The Baltic fleet exp...

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. — 25 October 1904

in I IN IK IX h IN N . ' M : N . !M : N : N N '4 . 4 i 0t---- - PAOREGONTAy, PENDLETON, OREGOX( lM PAGE THREE. ' -Mm'""""""""""-'-7.YrTO TTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTn ; AmAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAk..J.J Just Arrived in But Later than WAN GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION Pendleton Expected Two More Car Loads of Furniture for Rader WHILE IN THE EAST THE PAST SUMMER, WE CAREFULLY SELECTED FROM THE LARGEST FACTORIES AND SALESROOMS SUCH FURNITURE AS IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THIS WESTERN COUNTRY AND CLIMATE. WE ARE SO WELL PLEASED WITH THE SUCCESS OF OUR EFFORTS THAT WE WANT YOU TO CALL AT OUR LARGE . . .tfJilSBSBIB Furniture and Carpet Store Main and Webb Streets AND INSPECT THE MANY NEW THINGS WE ARE SHOWING, WHETHER YOU WANT TO BUY OR NOT. Couches from $5.50 up INCLUDING THE FAMOUS "CARMAN GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION" BED LOUNGES, DAVENPORTS AND A PRETTY LINE OF ODD PARLOR PIECES. "MORRIS CHAIRS," THE REAL LUXURIOUS, COM PORTABLE KIND, WITH REVERSIBLE CUSH IONS, IN VARIOUS GRADES AND MANY PATTERNS, FROM $5.5...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 October 1904

vv ... -J -.:li:Z2:j,..,;::. : r, i PAfJE FOCn. DAILY EAST ORKGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, IBM. TEW PAGES. an ixni;i-i:.vDi:NT newspaper. PiiulKlit.1 ryrry Kfttrnoou leli'ept Sunday, it l'en'llctou. ih-vtm. by the east ohi:;omn PUr.MKUIXG COMI'AXY. stiisi'i:i:-i'n.N uatkb. Dally, on ywir. by mall l:lly. six Dinntli, by mall ta 1 ly. three mouths, by mall iMily, one otolith, by mall Dally, per utoiith, hy farrier Weekly, one year, by mall Weekly, all month, by mall Weekly, four months, by mall 8eml-Weekly, one year, by mall.... Real Weekly. li months, by mall.. Keml-Weekly. three months, by mull. ,$.Y00 . S.AO . l.M . .50 . .6.-. . 1.30 . .73 . ,R0 . 2.0U . 1.00 . .50 Member Bcrlpns Mcltae Newa Association. The least nrrgonlan ts on sale at B. n. Rich's News BUmlx at Hotel I'ortlanct and Hotel I'erklns, Portland. Orexon. San Pranrlsra Bureau. 408 Fourth Bt. Oblvajro llurcau. DiK Security llullillne. W aahlngton. li. C. Iturean. 501 14th SL, N. W, " Telephone Main 1...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 October 1904

71 DAILY EAST OREQQNIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 104. ' PAGE CTYB. cecial Clothing Sale Suits $12-25 4BCAINS FOR M EN'S TAILOR-MADE SUITS. DlNC BAB ' . clo(hlng that we always sell, ha. been 1,1 - the regular low figures, for which this . ... ml l tailor-made Suit at $12.25. wq"al"y- At ,,,., well-made garments, come to us . Mi saving o" w -ltsnlav. 3Pe our win""" - Suits $ 1 2.25 Alexander Dept. Store irn lire THE GIVERS Or BLM valuco MUM L TEST CASE IS BROUGHT IN THE SUPREME COURT. Action Is In the Nature of an Injunc tion to Prevent Expenditure of Money for the Building of the Canal n.vcry Action In Relation to the Acquisition of fa mil one Is Ques tioned. THE BEST SMOKE ON THE MARKET Manufactored by A; ROHDE Washington. D. C, Oct. 25. The case of Warren B. Wllnon of Hins dale, 111., against Secretary of the Treusury Shaw, which was called for hearing today in the supreme court of the District of Columbia, has at tracted keen attention from the fact that it involv...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 October 1904

Y pAoii tax. 4 DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 35, 1804 TEN PAGES. I ;. H b $ dS r x rv r rx rss o f, 1 1 vrsfc m x m . v r 11 v tea v h w - 1 j Of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, at the Corner of Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton. The Sterling ; -w-wm-..., vwunjr , v jivj muiiita, iuwa rauea. 1 rsL, rlvD, V-urner Ui i uu u an mi jui sialic, rori" 1 1 1 1 . . . A iana, vregon, Dougnt tneir entire $ I35,00U.UU slock oi J." Men's Clothing, Slices, E ats, Furnishing Goods FROM THE ASSIGNEES AT 40c on the ...SPOT CASM.. THIS IMMENSE STOCK WHICH ARRIVED ON TOP Of OI K PXUSUALLY HEAVY PALL PURCHASES, PORCES PS TO FIND AN OUTLET TO DISPOSE OP PART OP THE FINEST STOCK THAT WAS EVER SHIP. i PED TO OREGON. PROSPEROUS PENDLETON HAS BEEN SELECTED RY PS. 9:15,000.00 WORTH OF CLOTIIIXG, HATS, SHOES AX I) FURNISHING GOODS HAS IIEEN SIIITl'ED HERE, AND IS NOW ON SALE AT OUR BRANCH STORE, "THE HUH,' CORNER COURT AM) .lOIINSOX, OPPOSITE HOTEL DICKERS, AT ABSOLUTELY ONE-HALF...

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