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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 16 February 1905

BAILT KAST OMCGOKlAtt, PirwDLKtOW, RBQOJf, THURSDAY,' IT-RKVARY 1A, 1104. paoh nrm. s 1 "" y SALE I 1 : PERSONAL MENTION AI! TMsWeek Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets fciTY BREVITIES V u C Raaer. C Rsder. Get sunny. , , - t, ghee ult , now on at J, pleased r moker who ,1 Howard's cigar wore. Im testaments and prayer books, a prices. Nolf book store. Mnk Fouche, the dramatic ar il the Frawr tomorrow even- St. George restaurant, open ind night. Mrs, Cooper, proprle- Vt hundred new Victor records a at Eiler's piano house. Court Intra! clean-up of all winter goods krtces that will surprise you. M'i. - i k persons were frosen to death In I w and fife in Oklanoma auring recent tliaard. lit your ticket lor the entertain- u at the Praier tomorrow even tnd help the Gym fund. , M pairs ladles' fine party slippers, fck 11.50. 3, 3 S0 and 4. On I sow, ill. at Teutsch's. Lllef and misses' jackets are go- nnrdless of cost; all sixes now stock. Ttutsch's department store Belli...

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. — 16 February 1905

taMT W,TBiaiCltlll. fWHH, SB QOW. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1. lbs. aaa. H::::;:ii:i:i;;:i::iiis:;:ir?;r;;:;:ir:.';t:::;ii;i;;:i:s::::siti " 'TTHIuB HinMniiiiimniniim TALK ABOUT YOUR Swell Togs ....FEl MEN.... WE ARE IN ADVANCE OF AJfYTHTXG EVER SHOWS I PEJfTLETON. OCR NBTW HOME IS RAPIDLY FTUJNG CP WITH THE CHOICEST AND BRIGHTEST CREATIONS FROM THE LEA. ERS OF FASHIONS. - OCR XEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY AJfD LARGER SHIPMENTS OF THE SMARTEST CLOTHING. SHIRTS, NECKTIES, HATS, SHOES AND FCRNISRTNGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. WE AKK IN THE LEAD IN STYLES, IN RELIABLE GOODS. IN QUANTITY TO SELECT FROM. AND IN LOW PRICE. OOt GREAT HALF-PRICE SALE DISPOSED OF NEARLY ALL THE GOODS WE HAD ON HAND OF LAST SEASON'S DESIGNS, SO THAT WE NOW COME BEFORE THE PUBLIC WITH TUB Grandest, Newest, Biggest and Best Collection of New Wearables for Men EVER SHOWN HERE. WE DON'T ASK YOC TO TAKE OCR WORD FOR THESE STATEMENTS; WE WANT YOU TO COME IN AND SEE FOR YOUR SELF. SEEING IS BELIEVING. WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENT...

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. — 16 February 1905

I 1 aVATLY BAST OMQONIAN, PENMJBrOH, WMOI, THURSDAY, FEBJtJJART . It. CjGTHEEXCHANGES THE INLAND EMPIRE fTe Columbia. F Jtm d11m "" 17... chunk ex- K'Se ove the city. f'Tnmie-i point soon Beporu from V.i..t the river 1 rT.i. .teamer George ..n a. Hood i. rn back. ' ..k. The Regu- K700wn earlier than I?., keeping ahead of r-brf Portland, where T - -tiff aji they , the momma. la no waj v feasible and Important project. When vcvu auv cTTniui voionei spofford said: . . There has recently been much comment regarding the feasibility of extending the proposed electric line from Grangeville by way of the Pay ette lakes to Boise, thus providing the north and south road. This would nrnvine a mnrt mm and wahIiI lu the best obtainable, considering the object to be served. Lewlston Tribune. Ill $f I Classified Advertisements! I IB I I I f BRING CERTAIN and j II PHYSICIANS. J. A. BEST. PHYSICIAN AND SUR- geon. Rooms 18 and 19, Hotel Bowman. DRS. SMITH A DICK OFFICE Pendleton Savins Bank building....

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. — 16 February 1905

DAILY EAST ORHOOXWr, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY la, it. PAGE EIGHT. I Boy Killed! No, not that; bat the price on china slaughtered until you would not know It. Jut think of It! a 100-plece dinner set. In pore white, transparent chi na tor S11.M. Bunt op your old musty cat alogues, look under the china doeet or elsewhere, and you cannot find this ' low price Quoted either wholesale or re tall. 8ee our window for display. Dear Madame: I take my pen In hand to let you know there Is only one U cent coffee on earth that has anything like the stregntb and flavor of Mocha and Java. It Is called "Mother's Pride," (and so we have found It). It Is sold exclusively by the OWL TEA HOUSE. VERDICTQF MURDER FATE OK VICTIM WHOfclE SKELETON WAS FOUND. Believed lo Have Been M ordered for Bis Money Body Found aa Lands of Oregon Land A A aire fo o yotr Had Eaten the Body Not a Trace Indicating the Man's Iden tity A Mcdluaa-Mard and Young Man. QUESTION OF TITLE CITY CANNOT EXHIBIT DEED TO LAN...

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. — 17 February 1905

tVENIKGEDITIOH 0A1LYEVEN1NGEDITI0N ' 7- auoceed without WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Saturday fair. HTnd the way to get K. .Vertis. tn the But ,- PENDLETON, OREGON, FBI DAY, FEHBUAHY 17, 1905. NO. 5285. 3 AOODGRAFT HEADQUARTERS pi, Commercial Asso rt Will Try for the red Plum. L ximED NEW MEM- tots WIIX BE SECTRED. AMtctution W'lll Co-Oper- L the Order In Swinging; Hie Lrtera Here Building to Uon Will " -rec I40.000 Will Be Expended Ul Expense In tlie Head- L oty In Matte ol Mai l, .nd Ueograpulcal Loc Irndlnon lul All Competf. handle thia additional amount of I money, that thii amount of money' would be added to the current volume of business, and that thia number of people, oi tne nest class, would erect homes and apend their salaries here. Pendleton Leads, From the standpoint of mail fa cilities, one of the greatest induce ment that ah, h. AffaMrf DBHutu is 100 per cent better equipped than iuiy uincr nonnwesi city. Being on me main line m the Harriman sys tem, at the junction o...

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. — 17 February 1905

AIL! BAST OICMM1K, PENDLETON. OREGOX. FKIDAT. FEBRUARY IT, ItO. SHIS NEW ENVOY SAVES REASONS WHY THE PEO TROrBIJ TIME, 60ILED FINGERS AND MONET. THE POST SELF-FILLING PENS. ; I MAX OF AIlll.ITY AND ', I ALSO OF ENTERPRISE. Flock to The PEOPLES WAREHOt K ' T "1 1 Started and o 5 r T i Vmraianw PuMhtird the Flna ! rwU i IWgmn IJfc IX BLACK AVD MOTTLED HOLDERS. ANT SIZE PENS, PAGE TWO. -n KM. NO TROt lll.E HEREAFTER TO FILL TOCR PEN WHEN Ef A HCRRY. - FREDERICK NOLF & CO. GENERAL NEWS. as Page In the Royal Palmer' Is a Bachelor and Makes Bis Ilmuc With His Mother at Teheran Has an Ambltiou to Promote Trade Re lations IwtAwn Persia and the I'nlted States. In diplomatic and official circle the arrival of General Mortesa Khan, styled Momtai Ol Mols, the new min uter from Persia to the United States, is awaited with much interest. He Is due to reach New York today and will proceed at once to this city. The new minister Is a bachelor, extremely wealthy, and comes of a noble line. Hit fa...

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. — 17 February 1905

U.U. KAST OHEGOXIAS. PRXDLETOX. OREGON, FRIDAY, FKBRCARY IT. 104. PASB THREE. HtllH' ' IM t Illlll Last of Fine Winter Goods ALL IN YOUR FAVOR .RICES 'jTSST K1T OF PRICK CUTTING HAS BEEN RESORTED TO IN ORDER TO EFFECT A C DISPOSAL OF AU WINTER GOODS. ITS A HARVEST FOR SHREWD BITTERS. " r TilUORED SUITS. ," .. tW.OO pdt '-4 " ( -j -It ag.eo jjSAT HALF PRICE. jTiXDARD PATTERNS IiADIES SKIRTS. Serge, Broadcloth and Voile. lot 1 Values, $4., and 14.50 W.7S IxX a Value liM, far .... M 00 Lot I Value 9, for $4.50 Lot 4 Vahw AY,, for . . . . (4.75 Agents far Samson's GUARAN TEED silk skirts. LADIES, JACKETS. Blacks, Browns, Tans. 8.00 values M-M U1M values $ie.O $12.00 values SS.O0 $11.00 values $5.00 $14.00 values $18.00 valnea $10.( Agent for R. A G. CORSETS. Spring Dress Goods and WASH FABRICS THE NEW FABRICS ARB COMING BY EVERT TRAIN. THBRK ARE NOW ENOUGH ON HAND TO MAKE A GOOD SHOWCVG, ALL THE NEW SHADES DICTATED BT FASHION'S WHIMS. PIONEER OF 1847 INLAND EMPIRE PACKER ' OF FIFTY YEAR...

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. — 17 February 1905

DAILY EAST ORBttOXIAX. PENDLETOX. OREGON, FRIDAT. FEBRUART IT. IOCS. PAGE point. eight AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pekllehed every afteraooa (except Bmaay) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST , OUEGOXIAX PUBLISHING OOMPAXT. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Mir. ooe pit, by BUI ...fit 00 Dally, six BJentoa. by Ball 2.50 Dally, thrn months, by mail 136 BallT.oaa Bonth. by Ball SO Weekly, one year, by Ball 1.50 Weeaiy, alx ontha, by Ball.... 75 Weekly, four months. bT Ball 50 Beau Weekly, one year, by Ball i "0 BefalWeekly, alx momba. by Ball... 1.00 Baal Weekly, thra nonthe, by sail.. .50 Meabar 8crlppe-HeRae Km Association. Tr Faet Oregonlaa as on aale at B- R suck's Newa Btanda at Hotel Portland and Bate! Perkins. Portland, Orajroa. Baa Francisco Bureau. 408 Fourth St. Chtearo Bunas. 90 Berarlty Bonding. Waahlngto. a C Bureau, 601 Ulh 8U II. W TelephoB Mala 11. at Peadletoe Pastofflce as sscona elaaa matter. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for adrertlelng Batter to appear In tba East OreKoniaa must be t...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 17 February 1905

FACES- DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IT, IMS. PAGE TTTK. STOE SALE All This Week Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES Lnnny. V C Rader. r Rider. Get sunny. fruit cook? Use a classified ad. iMi shoe sale now on at Tajtbt. Fouche, ,for benefit of the taium. At the Fraxer. Lfly pleased are smokers who a Howard s cigar store. MM. i. Frank Fouche will give antic reading at the Fraxer. b rixirre restaurant, onen nd night Mrs. Cooper, proprie-i laml clean-up of all winter roods ilnt that will surprise you. Irti E) pairs ladies' fine party slippers, i tlSO. II, 13.60 and 14. On wr, tl.ll at Teutsch's. ar the Arena scene from "Quo b" it the Frazer tonight, by js. the peal dramatic artist. rat tomt not to sweep your nome kelp yon in your housework? 1 classified ad to fill the want. Uile and mlsies' jacket are go- kitprdless of cost; all sizes now Kt Teutieb's department store. Tit bat rooms In town at the new t hotel, corner Webb an...

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. — 17 February 1905

PAGE MHT 'IST GO ADJUTANT GENERAL BELL, OF COLORADO, DOOMED. First Act of Governor Adams Will lie to Out the CToel Tyrant Who Hu Made a Ben of Colorado's Mining Gamps During the Past Tear. Adjt. Gen. Sherman Bell must go. It la known thai if Governor Adams olds his seat Bell will be compelled to stap down, bat In the event James H. Pea body is reseated he will walk the plank Just the same, says the Denver Post. Bell has been pitched overboard by the Mlneowners' asso ciation and part of the agreement ex Governor Peabody will have to enter Into before he Is seated Is that he will fire Bell as soon as he rets back to office. This Is the report that circulated through the legislative halls and cre ated quite a stir, because of the auth oritative source from whence It eman ated. It was rumored In connection with the report that ex-Governor Pea body Is kicking, because he does not are to drop his favorite adjutant general. The ex-governor's objections are said to be of no aval, however, t...

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. — 17 February 1905

i P.GKS. DAILY HAST ORBGOMAN, PENDLETON, OltBOOW. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IT, ltOS. PACK SETKX. '2 ONG THE EXCHANGES THE INLAND EMPIRE F , PH-l"''km- . -mmlee of senate and ' . ilted the state Institu- ro Idaho, made lt re- Ending 'he blowing ap T For the State Normal 1i,iiton. for Improvements W for brlck tralnln toato'nuiln building 220. 1 sascmbly and physical TjiO 000: for extension of t- $6000; for furniture ,bD0l. ToUt 40-so4--nends that at some time rTTnre the boys' and girls' r .mnired and brick fcted to replace thesej (Ule university m r.-tcal laboratory. Mtded rep" I150. Boise Capltal-Newi. " v , Trampled to Death. ij-year-oid on of Cal , silver creek. wa helping r teed the stock yesterday. ,j,e running up and Jumped ,li sleigh to reach the hay, he boy on lne ',,!u fMt. Other horses then a the boy and he was dead ! father could reach him wagon Halley (Idaho) Lax Ugtdation Proposed. Lutlvtf. of the Insurance doing business in tne city LfriiT circulating petitions je business men t...

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. — 17 February 1905

DAILY EAST (HtBGONlAH. PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY IT, 1W. PAGE EIGHT. EIGHT mniin Boy Killed! No. not that; but the price on china slaughtered until you would not know It Juat think of It! a 100-piece dinner set, in pure white, transparent chi na for tlJ-tft. Hunt up your old musty cat alogue, look under the china closet or elsewhere, and you cannot find this low price quoted either wholesale or retail. X 8ee our window for display. Dear Madame: I take my pen In hand to let you know there Is only one. Si cent coffee on earth that has anything like the stregnth and flavor of Mocha and Java. It Is called "Mother's Pride," (and so we hare found It). It Is sold exclusively by the PWX TEA HOUSE. HENRY HEPPNER THURSDAY OWL TEA HOUSE I 14-QUABX GRANITE DISH PAN 40c -. HtimiiimiHnuiiimMitOTttHiiiiiinnii GREAT EASTERN OPENING. Pendleton's New Department Stars Now Doing Business. The Great Eastern Department Store held its formal opening of Its new home In the Schmidt block and an an...

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. — 18 February 1905

....... , SGEDmrail T - .((J -j ' eAlEfEVnil!,-BEDlTIOir I PU A"' i J ANJ rrA Wyl gd Sunday, rein or .now. J W , i '. TENDLETOX, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1905. NO. 0286. it' ' ' - " . trrrTr ' 'rrr " I CAIJFORN1AN8 FEAR HEXCT. I....... ............ .aaae.aeeeeeeeeee , GRAIN MARKETS. Illinllllm lim drJ EITf Mmre Passed M SurMcnu to ! ATTEMPT TO MITRDER MRS. STANFORD. , Quotatlona From All Points Handling 1 1 1 ll I 1 1 LU 11 till 1 Inn I L Protect Und HoMm - T I f ... n n n , K , San Francisco. Feb. 18. According to a local newspaper pri- , Chicago. Feb. 18. May wheat TX Tfl Fin Pi I 7. all I 1 1 nnini Sacramento. Cal.. Feb. 18. Senate . ... a.- ... .li.nd .tt.mnt tn murder Mrs. .t 11 ion. tnrlav .ft.r . iiv.iv LRU I II ULIII L j ima nunu i 'jt Pacific Mail and La Railroad Are in ht receipts lE OUTOK" EQUALLY. Owns stock In the Pan purchased by Ad- r Uid the Government r . . u necessity to the Cn L Attorney Denied o- Anr Connection With fjrtflc ihI Souliiern Paot- ' - v.h 1 it ...

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. — 18 February 1905

Tt sss1wlT.fl IV. rGKDUBOK, OUOOX, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11. if. w pag; I i: SAVES TROfJBUL THUS, BOILED 2 FTNGHRS AMD MONEY. TBK POST SBLF-FmING) . FHNS. IN BLACK AND MOTTLED HOLDERS. ANY 6IXE FENS, m hmliiic ANDREW D. WHITE DESCRIBES THE RULER. Tonne Man of No Moral Force or Conmueure, Absolutely Heedless of the Miseries of the People and Under the Malicious Influence of Grand Dukes and Nobles. NO TROUBLE HEREAFTER TO FTLIi YOUR PEN WHEN IN A HURRY. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. GENERAL NEWS. The state of Mississippi and the District of Columbia are the only two political divisions of the United States tn which there la absolutely no mining at all carried on. Mrs. Charles Crabbe, a white wom an in Northumberland county, Vir ginia, out of the goodness of her heart, attempted to save a drowning negro. Both lost their Uvea All orders to vessels in British and American ports loaded with contra band stores for Vladivostok have been canceled owing to the extremely close and effective blockade o...

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. — 18 February 1905

T. P. W. T. P. Ml. T7 i'. w. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. MvT. P. W.'T. P. W. T. P. W. V. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. 1 fee Peoples T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. wTtp" New Silks New Dress Goods New Wash Goods New White Goods New Outing Flannels New Percales New Silkolenes New Cretonnes New Ginghams New Table Damasks New Lace Curtains New Portiers at Pendleton's Famous Store THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE THE USEFUL STORE W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. w.r. p. w. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. Vi. T. P. W. USEFUL BECAUSE IT HAS BETTERED, FINANCIALLY- THIS GREAT INLAND EMPIRE. BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY HAS BEEN ITS WATCH WORD, EVER AFFORDING A GREAT SAVING TO THE PEOPLE; CONSTANTLY ENLARGING AND ADDING NEW FEATURES AND DEPARTMENTS UNTIL TODAY IT STANDS, ACKNOWLEDGED, THE LARGEST AN DBEST STORE OF THE NORTHWEST. ITS GREAT PURCHASING POWER GIVES PENDLETON A FAME AND NAME IN THE GREAT JOBBING AND WHOLESALE CENTERS OF THE EAST, AND THE FAME OF THE PEOPLES WAREHO...

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. — 18 February 1905

DAILY EAST OSBOONfAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. SATl HDAY. FEBRUARY !. PAGE FOUR. - 'S 1 AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Psbllshed every sfternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST OREGON I AN PUBLISHING f ' COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Darty. on rear, by nail R.O0 lially, ill month, bf mall 2.50 Ttally. three months, by mall 1.25 fially.on month, -by mail RO Weekly, one year, by mall 1.80 Weekly, six months, by mail 7S Weekly, four months, by mall 60 Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall 2 00 Beml Weekly, six months, by mall... l.on Semi-Weekly, three months, by mall.. .60 Member Scrlpns-McBas News Association. The Fast Oregonlaa Is on sale at R. B. Rlrh's News Stands at Hotel I'ortlaad and Hotel Perkins. Portland. Oregon. San Francisco Burean. 4ng Fourth St. Chicago Hnrean. BOO Security Building. Washington. D. C, Bureau. 001 14th St.. W. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Postofflce as second class matter. NOTICE TO AHVERTISEBS. Copy for advertising matter to appear In the East ...

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. — 18 February 1905

DAILY KASTJ O&ROOHLUr. PENDLETON. BBGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 105. pacts rrne. " 1 mi nut Ike Last of Fine Winter Goods PRICES ALL IN YOUR FAVOR ss amssssssesssssssBsBsssssssnssssBBsssssBssi IE SHARPEST KIND OP PRICK .CUTTING HAS BEEN RESORTED TO IN ORDER TO EFFECT A SPEEDY DISPOSAL OP ALL WINTER GOODS. ITS A HARVEST FOR SHREWD BUYERS. LADIES' TAnORED SUITS. p.M tailored suit $16.00 as w tailored "' 15- UjjO mIlon.il suit $U.50 U0.00 tailored snlt $10.50 118,00 luilored suit $9.60 115.00 tailored milt ...... $8.00 AIX FURS AT HALF PRICE. mi for STANDARD PATTERNS LADIES' SKIRTS. Serge, Rroadclotli and Voile, lx I Values, $4.00 and $4.S0 for Lot t Value $5.00, for Lot S Value $8.00, for I-ot 4 Value $7.00. for $2.75 $4.00 $4.50 $4.75 Agents for Samson's GUARAN TEED SILK SKIRTS. . LADIEt, JACKETS. Blacks, Browns, Tans. $8.00 values $4.5 $17.50 values 10.00 $12.00 values $8.00 $11.00 values $5.00 $14.00 values $8.50 $18.00 values $10.00 Agent for It. A G. CORSETS. Spring Dress Goo...

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. — 18 February 1905

DAILY EAST ORJBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 106. TB PAGES Hotel St. Geo The Colombia Lodging House vantlUlj AMERICAN CONSCIi PAD DOCK MAKES A REPORT. 'largest American Company Operat Well ventilated, neat and com fortable rooms, good beds. Bar In connection, where the best goods are served. Main street, center of block, be tween Alta and Webb streets. tag Mlnea, Employ TO White Men mild Orrr 1000 Mongolians Over 15,000 Koreans Working Placer Mlnea -American Company Hold Franchise for Building $1,000,000 J 0Y HEY fJlHM 1 HjKVrm of Water Works for Seoul ttavCB I DEVELOPING KOREA Xv '-S--a-- ' -t -vitf V V'7 rj ic-sd -a Following is a report sent to tlie bureau of commerce ami labor by American Consul Gordon Paddock, of Seoul, Korea. Mr. Paddock has been a close ob server of conditions and his findings arc interesting to Americans. The report Is as follows: The largest American enterprises in Korea at the present time are the Oriental Consolidated Mining Co., and t...

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. — 18 February 1905

TkQM SBTBlf. DAILY BAST OREGONIAN, PKWMiBKW. RHGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, ISO. PERSONAL MENTION mm , SALE All This Week Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets ITY BREVITIES Hjrojr. u C Rader. ; Radar; Oet sunny. ptde of lamp cmmneys, c tc Noll's. pKtnd are smokers who L fMrl of the town Is the piano III HOW BUWii.uu (jaJty, the guiding star, at Allen K . George restaurant, open Bdjllht Mrs. cooper, proprie- anal clean-up of all winter goods M that will surprise you. V pin ladies' fine party slippers, ft II.it, U, 3u ana . yn ww, at TeutBcns. n popular prices and terms will jou. Allen Blloert KamsKer Hotel Bowmiin building. Ifnca apeak louder than promises Alien Ollbert Kamaker piano Hotel Bowman hiulldlng. jdlM' and talsteB' Jackets are go It luanHea at cost; all sizes now oct Teutach'i department store, The beat toomi In town at the new kit hotel, comer Webb and Cotton- lood itreeU. Rudolph Martin, pro- fctetor. A public ocsinge Is our classified rertMar nlumna. We...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 February 1905

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