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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 18 February 1905

mULT MAST OMOOKIAW, PBTDLBMM, I, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY It, 1M5. tasu mm. TRANSPORT ATIOIT LOTS. jfjG THE EXCHANGES: 'fHE INLAND EMPIRE firm of Bishop flrintendlng the shlp rlrload)of hogs from f a and Colfax. The Lmd This firm is .verage of about 80 rt. They are now pay- 11 i .. n nflVAnM w . jt of hnsa la ,1100, wnicn iu .... month's shipment 'boot 30,000. L firm h'PPed 450 car" IT ihep and hogs from Line a total valuation ' . ,.,. llvanrnnlr :t 400 lor I, the year, it enu- F I- .ulnnail ffntfl Hveatoc "' . . ,, won wnrth ,0 This Includes deep, hogs and wool. ladtutry or mo ruu Icornln greater w... rinks seconn to Biumi. aeviw. 1 Clark Is Lost. of Oraniie, in iruumjr WT mountains between L HorrH mine. He has anc Monoay anoniu, Pty has been organrs ,inlte Sunday morning L cmrlng a light pack He became exnaum- kchlng hlB destination tln next rooming, haa not been heard of. w followed a short dls- mino and .found to Llossrd the Olive lake Lt the roughest regions Urn range. la feared I to...

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. — 18 February 1905

PAGE TEN. OKBOON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, !&. i I Boy Killed! No, not that; but the price on chin slaughtered until you would not know It Just think of HI a, 100-plece dinner set, tn pure white, transparent chi na (or 111. Hi. Runt up your old musty cat alogues, look under the china oloeet or "elsewhere, and you cannot find this low price quoted either wholesale or re-tall X See our window tor display. HIMMMMMtMt I, Dear Madame: I take my pen in hand to let you know there is only one II cent coffee on earth that has anything like the stregnta and flavor of Mocha and Java. It is called "Mother's pride," (and so we have' found It). It Is sold exclusively by the OttX TEA BOUSE. OWL TEA HOUSE X 14-Q.UART GRANITE DISH PAN 40c tiinnvMtiiiniinnMiiiiiiinitMirvii. JUDGE JOHN J. BflLLERAY DEAD DEMISE CAUSE BY VARIOUS DISEASES. Was a Highly fVlticmtrd and an Able Man, and a Clliien of Oregon Since , 1881 An Active Politician, But Had Held Office But Once Was a Bachelor, But Leaves Relatives...

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. — 20 February 1905

OAlLYEYEHIliGEDlTIOil - i L EATHER FORECAST. win br,nB you the ; (V " ' -' j This afternoon and tonight rala. Tuesday probably (air and cooler. PENDLETOX, OltEGOX, MONDAY, FEIJ1UTARY 20, 1905. NO. 5287. fdLlt you have ; 111 .. t .1 iiaii wftn 11 neiif J COST 2,000,000 ,d legislature Lied in State of JTATE INST1- U PBAW HEAVILY. Will Uracil Pvcr f Indian ur VeteraiiH slt Institutions ana .. ou liiil Hai ti !,"-. L tm Commission Bills ,lioat Important i-ass iliin Scheme Incor- tll u Allow Government , ,(i too early to Hecure Ipta on appropriations lithe recent session of t tnough Is now known .otiilona to form an uc- ha of the cost of the ses- Ist ctre tn outline the gene L uvt own panned, ben- Loniat the nanus of the Lit uiembly will fout up ll.JiO.MO murk. Actuul taken together with r Moduli appropriation, il ot 0r 12,167,000, De aler of imaller individual authorised by the law- Is adjourned. MtnU appropriation bill, to u and Improvements of uutitutloiu, proper, lnclud- Lte normal a...

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 February 1905

SMMOeffAM, FHNDUITON, MiMON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY M, W5 aVAILY PIGS i : Btfinvl SAVES TROUBLE, TIME, SOILED fTNGKUS AND MONEY. THE POST SEIiP-FILLING . PENS. SUGAR BEETS IN CROOK COMITY IN BLACK AND MOTTLKD SOLDERS. ANY SIZE PENS, 3.N. NO TROUBLE HEREAFTER TO FILL YOUR PEN WHEN nr a mmnT FREDERICK NOLF & CO. GENERAL NEWS. " The home of Manning Harris, a eal miner, burned at Edwards, ill. Thn children were burned to death ail both parents badly burned. . Hnder the auspices of the colored ewebllcans' club of New York City, an attempt Is soon to be made to aarcanlxe a colored men's national Slew York City is showing all the teUmlnary symptoms of a tremend mm political and moral upheaval a action from the positive epidemic eat crime petty and great. William R. Harper, president of Wcago University, Is afflicted with cancer and must undergo an opera Mtm. He is firmly convinced that he mH die on the operating table. The dowager empress of China has presented a life-size and magnificent ye...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 February 1905

DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PKXDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY. FEBRUARY . - PAGB VHR . J ill""" i i mow L flRPEOT WN1 OF PR1CE CUTTING HAS BEEN RESORTED TO IN ORDER TO EFFECT A t 0-gEDT DISFIU"J j uoobs. IT'S A HARVEST FOR SHREWD BUYERS. I Last of Fine Winter Goods PRICES ALL IN YOUR FAVOR jgg. TAILORED BUTTS. tdlored suit $10.00 WUOTBd Ml - UAA tailored wit IH tsUored suit 1J f tailored sul $9.60 H BortA suit $8.0 H FOBS AT HALF PRICE. (or STANDARD PATTERNS LADIES' SKIRTS. Serge, Broadcloth and Voile. Lot 1 Valaea, $4.M and $4.80 W.T5 Lot S Value $6.00, for .... $4-04 Lot J Value 18.00, tor .... $40 Lot 4 Value $7.00, for .... $4.75 Agents for Samson's GUARAN TEED SILK SKIRTS. LADIES, JACKETS. Blacks, Browns, Tans. $8.00 Tables $4.64 $170 values $1$.00 $13.06 values $8-00 $11.00 ralnea '.. $8.00 $14.00 values $80 $18.00 Talnes $10.00 Agent for R. A G. CORSETS. Spring Dress Goods and WASH FABRICS THE NEW FABRICS ABE COMING BY EVERY TRAIN. THESE ARE NOW ENOUGH ON HAND TO MAKE A GOOD SHOWING, ALL T...

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 February 1905

PAGE TOUR. DAILY BAST ORESHWfAN, PWTDMHON, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY JO, IMS. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pabllshed every afternoon (except Bnnday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the EAST OREGOMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Pally, ana yar, by mall (5.00 Dally, alx mouths, by mall 2..10 Dally, three mnatba, by mail 1.25 Bally.one month, by mall SO Weekly, one year, by mall 150 Weekly, alx monthe. by mall 75 Weekly, (our montba. by mall 50 foul-Weekly, one year, by mall 2.00 Seml-Wenkly, alx montba, by mall... 1.00 Bern!-Weekly, three months, by mall.. .50 Member Scrlpps Meltae News Association. The East Oregonlan Is on sale at B. B. Itlrh'a News Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Parkins, Portland. Oregon. Ban Francisco Bureau. 408 Fourth Bt. Chicago Bureau. A09 Security Building. Washington, D. C, Bureau, 501 14th BL, M. W. . Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Poatofflce aa second clasa matter. NOTICE TO ADVKRT18EB8. Copy for adsartlalng matter to appear In the Kast Oregonl...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 February 1905

DA1L.Y BAST OREQONIAN, PENDLBTOli", ORaMOtt, MONDAY, FEBRUARY M. 1M&. FAG1E FITS. Sil-EM $3.50 SHOE FOR WOMEN The Shoe that looks and wears like a S5.00 SHOE. Comes far all styles Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets .:- ' CITY BREVITIES fcl mnny. U C ftaaer. h, M ihoe sale now on - at radft. pleased are amokers who H Howard's cigar store. artnt cah price for second-hand L, it Sharon & Eddlngs'. Ik whirl of the town Is the piano n Hotel Bowman building;. jality, the guiding star, at Allen I utwt.Ramaker plana store. in Mock, Victor disc records for m Hiking machines, i Noirs. , George restaurant, open bud night. Mrs. Cooper, pfoprle- mini clean-up of all winter goods pices that will surprise you. r.i pain ladles' fine party slippers. ti tUO, 13, P. BO and $4- On low, 11.(6' at Teutsch's. At popular prices and terms will tayou. Allen & Ullliert KumuKer ii Hotel Bowman building. Prices ipeak louder than promises Allen k Gilbert Rorauker piano hit. Hotel B...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 February 1905

TAQB ax BAXLT EAOT OMINUI, I1MUL5W06T, (HIB0Oir, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1606. mHT PAGES. TW WEEK BEFORE OUR NEW STORE WILL BE READY FOR US LADIES' NECKWEAR All 25o collars for this ale will go at 18c, or TWO FOR Uc. All 15c and 18o turn overs will be aold during- this sale t FOR 25c KID GLOVE8. Ladles' 11.16 ktd gloves as good aa others sell for 1.S0; during this sale the go at - 8c FAIR. GOLF GLOVES. Every pair of ladles' or misses' golf gloves goes Into this sale re gardless of cost, at 250 PAIR. LADIES' HOSE. Ladles' 50c wool hose Site. Ladles' 36c hose now 25c. LADIES' HDKCHTEFS 60 dozen ladles' plain handkerchiefs, 7c, 8c and 9c kinds, for this special sale they will go 4 FOR 25c RIBBON. 20 pieces of size 22, all silk ribbon, about 3 Inches wide, during this sale It goes at 10c YARD. HAIR TONIC. IS bottles of Quinine' hair tonic, worth 75o, during this sale 50o. TOILET SOAPS. 200 bars of So toilet soap, the best to be had S FOR 10c THREAD. Mernlck's thread, a small lot, will go at...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 20 February 1905

mem TV- BAJLY WUrt OMOOMIAN, FmJTDl ', MONDAY, FEBRUARY M, 105. PAOB SEVEN. iMONG THE EXCHANGES! !oF THE INLAND EMPIRE r actor Dead. u a Esca. or "Spanish Louie,'' Xr" ..mninriv known, died In irgB Hi"- - " . nf nlfl a am nnm. dtr """" "" .vr. :r " P". ..ii,ir of the Clearwater tn the great malori- l - . nM loft In narrate the Uday history. But few were L In the early days better than f . t " He was born at K Old Mexico, In 1837, being L,,, ol age ai 1 . California In 1861 and ft cam . l,a mining and other vocations killing the government service In , train and came to wmiwo tuiu .v,,. he resided until his l For 40 years he followed r . Tjwlston to the various f t . I. ...... ml Vi 1 1 n n Ltloo imm Against Iron Dyke. morning upon tne telegraphic fictions ot Attorney John L. Rand Mi been advised mat tne rea- court Injunction at Erie, Pa.,' Igetn dissoivea in tne case or Curtte and others against the Dvke Copper Mining company, Lw (or the Issuance of the exe- , inued out of tne distr...

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

1 ORBOON. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 80. " DAILY KASsx OmoontV, PtMDtjETOIl, RIGHT PAGES. PeUt HKMS. MfltHH I II I ItmillllHH J Boy Killed! No. not that; but the price on T china slaughtered until you would" not know It Jut think ( It! a 190-piece dinner est, in pure white, transparent chi na for tia ws. Hunt up your old musty cat alogues, look under, the china eleaet or elsewhere, and you cannot find this low price quoted either wholesale or retail. X See our window lor display. Dear Madame: I take my pen In hand to let you know there Is only one St 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 have found It). It la sold exclusively by tVie OWL TEA HOUSE. OWL TEA HOUSE 14-QUART GRANITE DISH PAN IIIIMMHIIIIIIIItMMl 400 i CAPTURED "WERE TAKEN AT OLYMPIA BY SHERIFF T. D. TAYIiOR. One Id an Alleged Woman Forger, the Others Are Her Aoconiplicon Mqhb, the Hohbacfa Bros. Baker, la In Custody at Omaha, and later on "W...

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. — 21 February 1905

glDHran dailyeveiiii;gedTd:i WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Wednesday occa sional rain. Z,t If you have 'he.P you w r Jt Will """ , ,V "' NO. 5288. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 195. 8 11 DROP I MOTOR BOAT EXHIBITION. Artificial 0f Decline Repre--inkage of Thirty- Jon Dollars.' , KANSAS IS r , ; . HELD RESPONSIBLE. , Campbell, of Kansas, iMMtlgatlon of Stand- 'asntot Lease of 70H.OOU L and Uax !! tn .the l-JThe Illinois Xg- loll, in Hynuwu'y Kansas- a hi. !! Standard oil for $600 a share, a til points within a week. jultatlon in ruuiao jmitatea. The drop rep. dotage ot ai,ui"i. iststof Metnous. La. Feb. 21. Representa Un, ot Kansas, aumor oi L radiation to Investigate ml had a long talk wun Lit this morning. This r . . , ne president held a con Uh Hr. Garfield In refer- iki aoMrnment's method of L In the Kansas Investiga- RjhtH Backed By Fraud. uilton, Feb. !1. Representa- Lpbell, ot Kansas, called on miaty ot the Interior today mated him to tally Investl i blanket lean of...

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. — 21 February 1905

MILY HAW OUMOmil.', PCNDIiBTOK, OABGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY It, IMS. SAVES TROUBLE, TIME, SOILED FINGERS AND MONET. THE POST SELF-FILLING PENS. COUNTY NEEDS HELP IN BLACK A XT) MOTTLED HOLDERS. ANT SIZE PENS, fJ.OO. . i NO TROUBLE HEREAFTER TO FILL TOUR PEN WHEN IN A HURRY. FREDERICK NOLF Sc CO. GENERAL NEWS. An explosion on a nifptha barge at Baku, Russia, resulted in a fire in which 20 people lost their lives. An unknown man jumped Into San Francisco bay, refused all ropes and planks, thrown to him, shouted out iiis intention of drowning, and did bo. The Symnes block, three stories high, In Denver, Is a total wreck from fire. Loss. $300,000. All the occu pants of the building were fully in Hured. Turkish troops on February 17 burned the Bulgarian village of Ku iltch. and 37 women and children were cremated. Nearly the entire mule population was massacred. Right Rev. W. E. McLaren. Protes tunt Episcopal bishop of Chicago, i dead at New York, aged 74 years. He was the founder of the W...

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. — 21 February 1905

TAOBS. PAGK THREE. DAILY EAST OREGON! AN PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY tl, 1005. aIHIIMMMtHHtlHtH MMWMMHIIIUMIIMMMH lie Last of Fine Winter Goods I PRICES ALL IN YOUR FAVOR 10 SHARPEST KIND OP PRICE CUTTING HAS BEEN RESORTED TO IN ORDER TO EFFECT A gpEEDY DISPOSAL OP ALL WINTER GOODS. ITS A HARVEST FOR SHREWD BUYERS. " jjDTEB' TAILORED SUITS. Las Mllored suit ...... $10.00 ijKK) tailored salt $15.00 ipX, .tailored -wilt $12.50 Lil taHored -suit $10.50 UlM tailored -salt 0.60 Lqj .tailored salt $8.00 FURS AT HALF PRICE. Lot itor STANDARD PATTERNS . LADIES' SKIRTS. Serge, Broadcloth and Voile, fAH t Values, 14.94 and $4.50 or $3.75 Lot S Value $5.00, far .... $4.00 Lot a Value WOO, Cor .... $4.50 Lot 4 Value $7.00, for .... $4.75 Agent for Samson's GUARAN TEED SnJK SKIRTS. LADLES. JACKETS. Blacks, Browns, Tana. . $8.00 values ,. $4-50 $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 R. 41 G. OORSXTTS. Spring D...

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. — 21 February 1905

PAGE FOUR. DAILY BAflT OMtMNCArT,. PMIflLTON, OMGON, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1105. MJHT Jj AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. PMUkd mn afteraoea (except Buds?) at PeedJeton. Oregon, b; the EAST OKKOONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Belly, w fMr, ky Bll $8.00 Dally, sli anootha. by Ball 2.50 Dally, three ai oaths, by mall 1.2ft najJr.oae Booth, by aaall 50 Weekly, ana yaar, by stall.. v 1.60 weekly, all aaootae, by Ball 76 Weekly, (oar Booths, by Ball 60 aaal weakly, oae year, by Ball J.00 nal-Weekly, alt Boot ha, by Ball... 1.00 sal-Weekly, three montha, by Ball.. .60 MaBbar Bertprje McRae Nam Aaaoclmtioo. The Raat Oreseoian la oa sale at B. B. aorh'e Neva Stands at Hotel Portlaad and Betel Perk las, Portland. Oraira. Baa Pranrlaro Boreas. 408 Poorth 8t. Chicago Bureau, 809 Security Bolldlnc. Waahlagtoo, l. C. Bureau, 601 14th St, . W. Telephoae Main 11. entered at Pendleton Poatofflca aa second class Batter. NOTICR TO ADVKRTISHRS. Cany (or advertising matter to appear In the least ...

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. — 21 February 1905

DABLY EAST OREOONIAN, FBmHJHOV. OBMW, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY It, It. pass nra. T. P. W. I. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. T. P. W. PERSONAL MENTION 4 in effect, ureneed.s' preparati, ri acting il e"eptii enceis th ' Cal ye princj Pleasant e used t is the i "se the rcomin? ts active erally, as well A Jonswhci ua" expef Jnotcla what it "d excel charactej a are infi me excel courage well li do not If annot ef imedy, es be It profess! ?h!y to nil namf rintedoj lesizpj ink XI i 150 jsvt Spring Shirtwaist Suits, Tailor Suits and Rain Coats jast Received by Express LADIES fOV WANT TO SEE SOMETHING VERY NOBBY, CALL nirxin mufS T.T V'TT1 ' $0 LOOK. ' - JLee Teutsch's Dept. Store j 1 Corner Main and Alta Streets 1 " """" CITY BREVITIES rtU line La Page's glue, 6 sizes. in nook store. miliMt oaah price for second-hand ,t Sharon A Eddlngs'. imn cleaned are imowra wno Hit Howard's cigar store. tki whirl of the town is me piano at it Hotel Bowman...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 February 1905

II'"" " iffrimtumntMMinn lllimnittimilllHIIIIIIIH ii'TT"TTlf t T ....... ........ TMIIIIIMIHtiiijjl,,; 1 1 1 ! w Are G to P .. fellow' VE, SIMJE f. eats I1 - nnK . an . -.15 J ,n in"- C lobby Dig M HAVING RENTED THE ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR OP THE MATLOOK-BROWNFIELD BUILDING, WHICH IS NOW BEING PUT IN READINESS FOR VB, WE WILL BOON MOVE OCR IMMENSE STOCK INTO IT, WHILE WE REMODEL OUR PRESENT QUARTERS. RATHER THAN MOVE AND REMOVE ALL THIS, WITH THE CONSEQUENT DANGER OP DAMAGE, WE HAVE DECIDED TO WIPE'OUT . PROFITS AND FIT PRICES ON THE GOODS THAT WILL SURE PUT THEM OUT OF THE WAY OF WORKMEN, AND MAKE MORE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK THAT WILL SOON BE HERE. m.jj).ir, ..' V -. ,. ... . . . v . LARGEST LINE OF IRON BEDS EVER SHOWN IN EASTERN OREGON. AN $8.00 IRON BED FOR $B.0, AND SO ON DOWN THE LINE. A NICE, GOLDEN OAK, RODDED ARM .ROCKER WITH COBBLER SEAT, FOR 13.40; AND A FINE LINE BACK OF IT, FROM WHICH TO SEIJiOT. DINING ROOM FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, PARLOR SUITES, ODD PARLOR PIECES, CHIFF...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 February 1905

i I . , j rr-. ftAHiY EAST OmPOOKIAN, PEJTDlTON, OREGON, TVK8DAY, FEBRUARY It, IW. PAGE KEJVKJf. THE EXCHANGES i.,r TVTI A IV I IVMUTDTJ ! Kootenai. .... jrfftllow. last night Representative W hnllh the --ilea u" -, ,Bt Coeur ,ind Point. one of the most i le" nothing un to influence votes In of division C lobby here and a C facts and reasons 1, ihould be amaeu. 5W . -n wide bv ',g larger In area ..Massachusetts. The 1 that the county was lomlcally and prop v one set of county i,he measure are con- n mm me . the governor. Boise dlvislonlsts La Show Down. ! the claimant ot tne 7 millions, has been In put two days ana nu .mniements for his 'neiit week to claim Jeceaseu mmoi - (,. Rossi expressed the .reins tne u!i BKtrlc raliroao. irum OWPTllle within me , B. itated that as soon Limy and acquired pos fj triune he would cable L at, with which to com- imiclion oi ie w recently awarded the word Feehan, tne L, lawmlll operator, to iittrlal ana uireui n id I mansion and stables Olice on Cra...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 21 February 1905

PAGE EIGHT. IkAILT BAS OMBOONIAN, PmDUrTON, ORBQON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY SI, 106. SeaLStS-ef-SgSLaV w'lreTwwwwwsrsTsTwsTwwwsr 1 Boy Killed! No, not that; but the price on china slaughtered until you would not know It Just think f It! a ltt-piece dinner set. In pure white, transparent chi na for $1S.M. Hunt up your old musty cat alogues, look under the china closet or elsewhere, and you cannot find this low price quoted either wholesale or te- talL ' See our window for display. MMM Dear Madame: I take my pen In hand to let you know there Is only on II cent coffee on earth that has anything like the stregnth and flavor of llocba and Java. It is called "Mother's Pride," (and so we have found It). It Is sold exclusively by the OWL TEA HOUSE. OWL TEA HOUSE 14-QCART GRANITE DISH PAN 40c niitttTtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniintiiiitt4t PROGRAM Ifl FULL111 "SQUIRE FEET COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL INVENTION AT MILTON. Will Ho Held February 28 March 1, Attended by a Large Number of Ac tive Workers, and Some of the ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 February 1905

DAILYEVENIII6ED1TI0H weather forecast. David was a slant killer, and little classified ads kill big want. ..II helo VOU with i ""i. r!l bring you the 0 PENDLETOX, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1905. NO. 5289. HBQRATQRY Lurs During Prof. Demonstrations in i Case. . , lW8 up WITH " . ' WrS OF STOMACH. Material Is Destroyed, L RniwiiiH to Finish the Ascertain Wlietlier CWIn Died as an Ef- La-ITof. Haines Waa L Inlured. But Will Re L of the Experimenting of Attempt Ui Fix L HoeU. hb. 12. By the explo- u In the laboratory of j Haines Tuesday muoh ia in milking itn analysis I contents nt Mrs. E. LitJohann Hoch, the al- W were destroyed. kin narrowly escaped air being burned off his It received other painful - u announced toduy that Oh Momach remulnB to ta elaborate anulysls neces- Liralne the cause of the loth, and the prosecuting ill continue to attempt to hrder charge against Hooh. ROOSEVELT AT PHILADELPHIA. Will Address the University of Penn sylvania. ; Washington, Feb. 22. In a pri...

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. — 22 February 1905

BMLT BAST OitCXrSfNAN, rRNDLHTOW, OasBOON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1M5. page aw. SM MM SAVES TROUBLE, TIME, SOILED FINGERS AND MONEY. 2 THE POST SELF-FILLINQ PENS. IN BLACK AND MOTTLED HOLDERS. ANY SIZE PENS, $3.00. NO TROUBLE HEREAFTER TO FILL YOUR PEN WHEN IN A HURRY. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. GENERAL NEWS. Oovernor Brodie, of Arizona, will relinquish the duties of his present office March 1, and assume those of assistant chief of the record and pen sion office at Washington. A bill Introduced In the Nebraska legislature Is expected to pass reduc ing railroad rates from 15 to 20 per cent. The railroads are willing to .compromise on a 10 per cent reduc tion. Albert L. Caldwell and David Frnughton, who are held In Jail at Salt Lake on a charge of grand lar ceny, are identified as the Cody bank robbers, for whom there is a reward of (5000. George W. Wittman, chief of po lice of Sun. Francisco, charged by the police board of that city with neglect of duty and incompetency, has been Susp...

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